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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m t lfttxtf rbi Ittpnblicttu f Fin Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL TIN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year K VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JANUARY 19 1906 No273 EQUITY TOBACCO SOLD By the Daviess County Fi nance Committee A SofE Average Price For Leaf and Lugs Was 9251102 Hogs heads Disposed Ot One of the largest tobacco deals that has been closed in some time way consummated Monday when 1102 hogsheads leaf and lugs pooled i by the A S of E in the Turyin Wood Equity warehouse last season was sold This tobacco was shipped to Louisville and put in tho hand of the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company Tho average price ob tained for the tobacco was 925 It is believed that the farmers will be very much pleased with the price They were only given an advance of 1 4 and 1 on the best grades The sale was made through I P Bar nand president of tho Louisville Tobacco Warehouse company and it is generally understand that it was purchased for the Continental Tobacco company There arc 1700 000 pounds included in the sale which will bring 157250 The tobacco brought the follow ing prices 975 for A II and C grades 875 for D grade and 775 for bund II grades The membo of the A S of E say that these prices make an average of 925 that will be paid for the tobacco The finance committee has had many offers recently for the leaf nod lugs in the Louisville warehouse and has been in consultation with Mr Barnard on several occasions They came to an agreement Monday and the contract for the tobacco was signed XThere remains about280 hogsheads of trash that was pooled in tho Turin Wood house last season 160 yfiogsheads of leaf and lugs in the Thomson factory and 200 hogsheads of leaf and lugs in the Whitesville Equity house making a total of 910 hogsheads yet unsold of last years pooling LATER Every leaf of the 1004 crop of to bacco pooled in Owensboro by the 1 American Society of Equity with the exception of a small quantity of trash has been sold and the society has gained a victory us complete n even its most ardent supporters hop ed for The last sale was made Wednesday when the G70 hogsheads of Pryor leaf and lugs pooled a the G N Thomson house was sold I for an uverago of 925 the same price received for the 1102 hogs heads sold on Monday The sale was made by I P Barnard of the Louis ville Tobacco Warehouse company with whom the tobacco has t stored for several months Ho say t chat ho is not at liberty to give out a rn name of the purchaser but says that it is not the Continental Tobacco company The last sale was made to the same party as the first and it is understood that the whole lot will be exported Rural Mail Carriers Appointed The following rural mail carriers and substitutes for the new routes recently established in Ohio county were appointed Tuesday Beaver Dam route 2 Claudius D Chick carrier Joseph Williams sub stitute Hartford route 2 Harvey F Lowe carrier James E Lowe substitute Reynolds Station route 4 mpn Newton carrier William H Miller substitute I The County Debt At the last term of the Fiscaf Court it was learned that a very large debt against Ohio county exis 1 ted but it was impossible the short session to ascertain the amount One draft for 449000 due Oct I 1st 1905 to Dickinson Bros ofGlas stOW had been protested for non payment and suit for samewas being threatened One note for 350000 IlIj ith interest at8 per cent from last uly was discovered and hundreds 4 of smaller debts In this state of caso the court bor rowed 500000 at 7 per cent to avoid being sued and appointed Capt S K Cox and M L Heavrin Committee to ascertain and report the exact condition of the countys finances IThis Committee is making an countysIwithin a short time x The debts will exceed the amount on hand at least 2000000 and it will be impossible for a person having claims allowed to get their money until this years revenue is collected Notice OT Discharge The creditors of the assigned estate of L T Tnppan will take notice that I have filed settlement of said estate in the Ohio County court and moved said court to discharge me from said rust and relieve me from all lia bility on account thereof This January 1st 1900 2514 D B RIIOADS Assignee MERE SPOTS Though the Philippine Islands Number 1583 and have Area Greater than British Isles Dumalog Capiz Panay Nov 25 When your readers look upon a globe map they may see a few AsiarsThese Philippine Islands tho so small number 1583 islands and have an area greater than the British Isles The Visayas number 507 islands and have an area three times great er than New Jersey Panay often called tho Pearl of the Visayas is about equal in size to Connecticut the only one eighth s populous Panay is divided into three pro vinces each having a Gobernador Each province is divided into muni cipios something like small counties each having a Presidente The government is now receiving bids for a railroad from Hollo touching two points on the North coast o Panay Many other roads through out the islands are projected The rice harvest here is very heavy and the people seem very content but for an unrest caused by coming elections for Presidente and Gober nador IYour scribe is too busy to bq sick or even unhappy Yours JOHN C BARNARD Resolutiont ui Hartford January G 1906 Resolved 1 That we recommend to the members of tho union of this county to raise no burley tobacc tho ensuing year Resolved 2 That we recommend countytcrop lation to the plans adopted by the A S of E be expelled from the or der or dealt with according to the opinion of the local to which he be longsResolved 3 That we recommend to the local unions that we limit the amount of tobacco to be grown in 1906 to 10000 hills to the hand Persons from 10 or 15 years of age be considered half hands and per sonsviolating the above resolutions be dealt with at the the direction of the local of which they are members Resolved A That we repeal the action of the county union at Fords ville in closing the doors against membership and permission be granted to local unions to receive members as heretofore Resolved 5 That we endorse the suggestion of our President in re gard to enlarging the warehouse at HartfordC L WOODWARD 1 GC PARK W F STEVENS Com jLcronXaIBeut tit J 9Tin Kind YraHaw Always Bwgft 1Ipv i4k u Ii i J MUCH ENCOURAGED Are A S of E PeopleFeW Judases and Each Year o Will Bring Fewer To TilE REPUBLICAN The meet ing of the Ohio county Union of the A S of E which was held in Hart ford January 5th and Gth was one of the most important meeting of farmers ever held in the County Questions of vital importance to all the people of the county were discussed and formulated into business propositions andadopted This was one of the most largelyI attended county union ever the county 39 locals being represented with a member ship of 1524 Notwithstanding the spirit of enthusiasm and determination that was manifested throughout the entire session the Utmost good feeling prevailed and we begin the work for 1906 much encouraged and with our lives more fully consecrated to the great cause of Equity than ever beforeIn great fight for profitable prices for our products we have had a few Judases to contend with tis true but they are looked upon with so much contempt by all self respecting people the number will grow gradually less each year To bacco growers just stop and think about the enormity of the crime you are committing against your own interest and that of your neighbors when you accept a few dollars above old trust prices as an inducement for you to turn your tobacco over to the trust thereby enabling it to prosecute its warfare against profi table prices that much longer Enough has already been accom plished by the organized efforts of farmers to convince any fair minded persnlhatfnrmertf tan make and maintain prices on their products that will enable them to live respect able and deal honorably with nil men Eternal vigilance is the price of libertytherefore weshould watch ourselves lest we be tempted by the thrown in our thefproduction as well as the marketing Guard well both of these points and victory is ours The final accomplishment of nil our purposes depends largely upon thorough organization Therefore let everyone lend helping hand towards pushing tho work not only in our county but also into the unorganized counties adjourning Now just n word to the secretaries of Local Unions your dues to the county Union as provided for in our late constitution for the first quarter of 106 are now due SOcts per member annully or 7jets per mem ber quarterly Please send to me by postofllce money order or by check or any safeway and I will send reccpt for same I11hF SnARL Sec- Narrows Ky Hartford Water Mill is now in the swim making the finest of Flour Meal and Feed stuff from the very best pro duct of wheat and corn Your patronage is solicited J W Ford Proptietor ExGov Leslie Visits Us ExGov Peston H Leslie who was Governor of Kentucky from 1870 to 1875 and who has lived in Montana for many years is visiting friends in Barren county Gov Lea lie was an executive of high charac ter and the people of Kentucky have never ceased to do him honor He is now eightyfive years old but as vigorous as most men of sixty Ho is actively engaged in the practice law and is probably the oldest work lug attorney in the United States Besieged With Offers of Marriage Louisville Ky Jan 15Four weeks ago Miss Stella Recham a pretty young woman of Jefferson ville I dappelredhel inaac tion for damages against the Louis villa Street Railway company the r Illinois Ctntral and the Henderson route roads At the request of her attorney she gave the jury more than ft flitting view of her shoulders The jury awarded her damage to the amount of 6000 Since then Miss Recham has received thirtytwo letters from vari ous parts of the union all more or less of a matrimonial character Miss Rescham is annoyed by the no toriety following her disrobing act but she will keep the letters and frame them The Proprietary Medicine Bill An exchange in discussing the bill introduced in the present legislature providing that the formula for all proprietary medicines sold in the state should be printed on the pack age says The enemies of the proprietary medicine have found no measure so serviceable for inflicting a felling blow than to attempt the passage of a frmulabilLWhen has discovered a serviceable formula incorporated a medicine which has n special beneficial effect in curing certain disease he has acquired a property right When he devotes hundreds of thou sands of dollars for the purpose of bringing the merits of this medicine to the attention of the people of a state to press and print he has ac quired a large property right which undoubtedly should be protected by the law and by the power of the state just as much as the possessors of money or any other possession movable or unmovable You can get three grades of meal at Fords Mill roller unbolted roller bolted an oldfashioned burrh 27f J W Ford Prop FormerHartford Lady Dead Mrs Fannie Wilkins who was a daughter of the late Sam Houston and who was born and reared in Hartford died ht her home at Norman Oklahoma Tuesday the 9th in stantShe was sixty nine years of age A local Norman paper says of her She was a devoted member of the Presbyterian church and was loved by all who knew her The funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church conducted by Rev F M Alexander A large number of friends were present The sympathy of the entire commu nity goes out to the bereaved hus band in his hour of affliction Notice All of the members of Hartford local No1A S of E are earnestly requested to attend the next regular meeting of said local which will be held at the office of county Judge at 2 oclock Saturday Janury 20 1906 R B MARTIN Sec Dinner Party The young men of the younger set entertained with a handsome dinner party on Wednesday evening It was the most elaborate affair given in the city this serson A menu of eight courses being served to more than thirty guests The tables were tastefully decora ted the color scheme being pink and green which was carried out by the table being decorated in pink crepe paper pink carnations and ferns and lighted by pink candles in crystal candle sticks with pink shades The hosts of the evening being Messrs Clove Her Ernest Field Ira Bean Roscoe Render Robert Ben nett Chester Keown Emory Schrce ter Grossie Williams Carlisle Ren der Ross Bennett and George Lewis The guests wore Misses Lillie Miller Elba Bean Bernice Miller Cassie Riley Annie Patton Artie Wedding Mary Keown Hattie Barnett Arbye Broton Pearl Thomas Winona StevensFanhie Cox Stella Wocrner Dorthy Irene Miller Willie Smith Hettie Riley and Effie Render i5For a short time only you can get The Republican and the Louisville Daily Herald for 200per year z 4 THE NEW RAILROAD Chief Engineer Locating Tressels Bridges Etc Construction Contracts To Be Let Soon Nadleonrlie Ilaatlerl Chief Engineer Fagen of the Madisonville Hartford and Eastern Railroad left Madisonville Tuesday morning to walk over the route of the new line The enginers stroll between here and Hartford will lead him through fertile fields across ditches creeks over hills and hol lowsEngineer Fagen will walk over the entire route of the new line his ob ject being to locate trestles bridges and decide upon the best places for the cuts and fills Fagen is well pleased with the route from the superficial knowledge he has gained of it and it was his opinion when he left here that he would have few changes to recommend after he had made a through examination The engineer is now ready to con tract for crossties and bridge tim bers and during his walk he will in all probility close several large con tracts It is estimated that 180000 ties will be used Just how much timber will be needed in the bridge construction is not known but it will be but a short time until Engineer Fagen is able to give an estimate The coming of Engineer Fagen is encouraging news to the promoters of the road and all those who are in terested in its construction From all indications it will only be a short time until actual construction work is underway In Memorium On Tuesday morning January 11th 1906 Mary daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Dever died ather home hear Sulphur Springs age twenty three years eight months and four days Her health had been failing her for a few years recently past dnd not long since she was confined to her room with that dreaded disease consumption As a daughter she was devoted As a sister loving As a friend ever kind and true Through all pain at times shed smiles A smile of Heavenly birth And when the angels called her home She smiled farewell to earth Hea ven retairieth now our treasure Earth the lonely cashet keeps And the sunbeam love to linger Where our sainted frind sleeps A COUSIN BEDA Jan 17Rev Williams Liver more filled his regular appointment af the M E Church Sunday Miss Inez Bennett has returned from Evansville after a pleasant visit to relatives Messrs Moten King Hartford and Horace Robinson near Beaver Dam were in our town Sunday af ternoonMr H Hays who has been visiting his cousin Samuel Ellis for the past week has returned to his home in Owensboro Mr Bales Pleasant Ridge was here on business Wednesday Robert Renfrow and wife Champaign 111 are visiting Mrs Ren frows parents Mr and Mrs Syl vester Shown Mrs Amanda Bennett celebrated her birthday anniversary Sunday with a dinner Quite a number were present and all report a very pleas timeW Ashley and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs S A BennettThe S of E have rented the tobacco factory belonging to W C Bennett and began receiving tobacco WednesdayMrs Bennett who has been ill for some time is no better Loney Sanderfur and family No creek spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs W C Ambrose Cortez Bennett who has been in Owensboro for several weeks returned home last week f Rev Crowe will preach at the C P Church Sunday the 21st The A S of E will meet at the tie y 4yt I LIEUTENANT BOWMAN 1 tll IN F01TYEIENT HOURS PEeUNA CURED HIM Cold Affected Head and Throat Attack Was Severe t4thLanham Md as follows Though somewhat averse to patent medicines and still more averse to becoming a professional affidavit man It teems only a plain duty in the present Instance to add my experience to the columns already written concerning tho curative powers of Peruna I have been particularly benefited by Its use for colds In the head and throat I have been able to fully cure myself of a most severe attack In fortyeight hours by Its use according to directions t use Itas a preventive whenever threatened with an attack Members of my family also use It for like ailments We are recommend iDpIt to our trlendo W Bowman Peruna Contains no Narcotics OnoreasonwhyPerunahasfoundpermanent contains no narcotic of any kind Itcan be used any length of time without ac- quirIng a drug habit Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus OMo for freo medical advice All cor I rnisondonce held strictly confidential Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1906 school house Saturday night DeWltts KS Salve For PNes Burnt Sores SULPHUR SPRINGS Jan 15Rev J F Baker has ro turned home from a three weeks Tisit at Floral Misses Minnie and Maggie Wed ding were the guests of Miss Effie Mitchell Saturday and Sunday Misses Willie Truman and Verna I Renfrow and Cyus Sharp and Alec I BosWeii of Narrows attended the the last day of school here Friday Mrs Ida Huff went to Owensboro Thursday to visit her sister Mn Ella Hudson Arvis Wedding entertained his friend Saturdaynight with a candy breaking at his uncles Vergil Ac tonRommey and Clinic Acton visited their grandparents lIrand Mrs W A Acton Monday night new Methodist church near IThe is almost completed I Miss Mary Dever died Thurday January 11 and was buried Friday at the Midkiff burying ground I sesiasr Ayers Ayers Cherry Pectoral quiets tickling throats hack ing coughs pain in the lungs It relieves congestion s- ubCherry Pectoraldues inflammation It heals strengthens Your doctor will explain this to you He knows all about thlsvcough medicine- W Aare niedAjeri Cherry Pectoral In our mllr a jeatr for throat and 1i u iWnkiioninllrtnetqtuUltUK SSeSoeBIOS 7 c lTB90-All dInfor MY t Weak Throats rocoverYPureIYYogottblotOntly j fl ONLY ONE WAY For the Farmers to Pool Their i Crop of Tobacco k Offers Nave Been Made for the f 1905 Crop But It Is Still Held The pooling plan appears to be very popular at present for we notice some houses opened for the handling of tobacco at certain prices and giving the farmer the right to sell at any time or the parties who handle this tobacco propose to sell without cost to the farmer Now brother farmer think well before e you follow such a plan for you will 1notbe pooling at all There is now i one pooling plan in the Green River district and that is where to bacco is controlled by the finance committee of the county elected by the vote of the A S of E one from each magisterial district seven in all No man has any right to sell tobacco in any other way only through the committee and nothing else is pooling- If your tobacco is not controlled by our committee you are not in ac cord with the A S of E and how any tobacco grower can object to such I do not see for you will re member before the farmers started to pool tobacco was leas than 300 on an average and less than nine months after we began to pool to bacco was selling for 800 per hun dredNow brother farmer this fact is undenied and the result was caused by less than 50 per cent of the farm ers Now what would be the result if all who grow tobacco will fall in line I again ask you to let your minds run back to the time before we began to pool and in justice to yourselves you should do so You well remember that 3 2 and a dock In regard to the last years tobacco selling it can be sold at any time the market wants it but we have our price and we will get it suredont be uneasy about that for we have been offered near our price and so near there was less than 100 on the hundred difference but we will get our price or none at all RespectfullyS B LEE For coughs and colds no remedy is equaly to Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tarthe Liquid Cold Cure It is different from all others better because it expels all cold from the system by acting as a cath artic on the bowels Gives strength to weak lungs Affords immediate relief in Croup Coughs Codls etc Sold byJ5 Wayne Griflin Bro Privileges of Old Age A wellknown woman writer has recently written a somewhat verbose articlo upon the privileges of old age Sho says that at times it seems to her that she would give almost any thing to possess the gray hair that would enable her to eat peppermint candyon the street car without ex citing comment Old age mid white hair she claims given men and women the right to do as tey plenseIThe writer has never seen white whiskered fathers made to walk chalk Sho has never seen gray x headod mothers shoved into the cor 1nerShe has never heard gray heads with opinions and suggestion ridiculed and laughed to scorn She never heard of old Jerry Mc KnightPoor old Jerry was 100 If anybodys age deserves pl ilcgesI surely his did A few days after his onehundredth birthday Jerry secretly married a woman thirtyone years old r According to the writer this should have passed without con ment in go old a man But no sooner did the grandsons and grand daughters hear of it than Proirove that he was insane ThM1I about the way with old age previlegus The old folks are alright as long as thoyoung folks can shove r them off into a stuffed rocker beside i the back parlor fireI l As long as they rock and eat and i sleep rind sleep and eat and rock its all very lovely but let them tryi PXTP unyfanfeIed appetite of theire 0 n cm rveiH to elope or will their property out of the lam ily and theyll quickly find out that the privileges of age are not dreams of eating pepperment dropped on street car- Perfection can only be attained in the physical by allowing Nature to appropriate and not dissipate her own resources Cathartics gripe weaken dissipate while DeWitts Little Early Risers simply expel all putrid matter and bile thus allow ing the liver to assume normal acti vity Good for the complexion Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro HEN EGGS Laid on Sunday Prove a GodSend They Mean Four Missionaries For Japanese Field Paragrahers all over the conntr have poked fun at the litte body of Kentucky woman who last October announced that all eggs laid on Sunday would de devoted to foreingn missions says a special to the CourierJournal Today the wisdom of the policy then adapted is vindicated the religions favor of the hen established beyond questioned and also that of herliege lord by the an nouncement made after service at Bethel church Mercer county ten miles from this place that enough Sunday eggs had been sold to war rant the sending of four missionaries to Japan with the coming of next spring and further that before the end of the year it was quite probable that the society would be able to give three or four eggpaid mis sionaries to benighted China The announcement was made bj Mrs Nannie C Helm wife of the pastor of Bethel Cumberland Presbyterian church and was well re ceived by all the members not only because it christianizes in a way the hen and the rooster but that it opens up a new field for the charitably inclined In October last the Womans Mis siary Society after a hearted debate in which the farmers wives took the opposite view it was agreed that all eggs laid on Sunday should be con verted into the common fund to be leveled in someway thendetermin ed to foreign missions Locally much fun was made of the plan but the women knew their business and it now appears that the hens were loyal tp the cause Other denom inations have taken up the idea and before another year has passed it seems not improbable that Mercer county hens and roosters will be supporting a legion of missionaries in Japan and China Forced to Starve B F Leek of Concord Ky says For 20 years I suffered agonies with a sore on my upper lip so painful sometimes that I could not cat After vainly trying everything else I cured it with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its great for burns cuts and wounds At Z Wayne Griffin Jros drug store Only 23c CoatIFormer Judge William II Moore the wellknown financier of New York and Chicago has the distinction of wearing the most costly overcoat in the United States It was made to order for him from selected sable fur at a cost of 19000 Ev try sable forming the lining to the coat is absolutely perfect having been examined and passed upon by- one of the most expert furriers in New York before it was permitted- to become part of the 19000 overcoat Perhaps the nearest approach- to it in the way of costly outer gar nents is the coat worn by Mrs railIcost 12000 and a hat to match it cost 2000 A Surprise Party A Pleasant surprise party may be given to your stomach and liver by taking a medicine which willrelieve their pain and discomfort viz Dr Kings New Life Pills They are a- most wonderful remedy affording sure relief and cure for headache dizziness and constipation 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore C1tSTORTABean theite Rind You Have Always Boudi 6jgllatuzo Y cI t cl LINTIBetween Birds and Fishes Is Found and Lost Again I I11nOllnDIIIlltl1Science especially as reguards its relation to the doctrone of evolution of species suffered an irreparable loss recently at Benton on account of carelessness and neglect on the part of of W W Willetts Several months ago he received from a friend of his in Arizona the driedup mummy of what appeared- to be sonic peculiar antediluvian animal or bird or fish or combina- tionI of all and inasmuch as the beast appearedto showon the surface of its terrible twisted shape both features and scales he wondered if it might not be one of the missing links of evolution the creature that was immediate between fishes and birds Determined to discover as much about it as possible and being able financially to indulge his fancies he j prepared mild solution of radium and in this he soaked the mummy for several weeks Gradually the hard leathery tissue of the creatuse soft ened and swelled the twistings out andthere developed the most remarkable find of all paleontological dis coverics since the dawn of science The animal which he had soaked out in the radium was both a fish and a bird It had a curved horny beak much like that of the eagle fitted out inside the jaws with teeth like those of a pickerel its body ivies covered with scales like those of a fish and on its sholders it had long strong feathered wings while its tail also was provided with strong feathers It had two feet also with hooked claws Mr Willetts was a happy man when the value of his find was fully disclosed but the workings jf his mind under the pressure of the great discovery showed with startling clearness how true it is that we are never fally satisfied however fortune may deign to bliss us His discovery was a marvelous thing but it occurred to him how much more marvelous it would be if perchance by the application of a galvanic battery he might be able to revive dormant life in the won derful creature and show an amazed world how Darwinian links use to comport themselves in the days of- old And so he did this He ar ranged a powerful galvanic battery attached the poles thereof properly to tho birdfish fishbird or what ever the animal should be called and turned on the current- Immediately there was a great commotion in the vat of liquid ra dium The creature thrashed about and uttered strange gurgling shriek the like of which Willetts had never heard before swam violently to and fro for a few minutes and then with a terrific splashing of the fluil and whirring of wings it mounted aloft dashed through the nearest window hirIthe a mile for tin old hunter living that distance from Willettas place reports that the time the creature escaped a icaniouslooking animal cam aflyin along an hopped doawn in the yard an I gin it to the dogs fer supper Mr Willetts is greatly shattered hy the loss Cocaine which dulls the nerves never yet cured Nasal Catarrh The heavy feeling in the forehead the stuffed up sensation and the watery discharge from eyes and noses along with all the other miseries attending I the disease are put to rout by Elys Cream Balm Smelltaste and hearing are restored breathing is nor mal Until you try this remedy you can form no idea of the good it j villdoyou Is applied directly to the sore spot All Oc1 I Mailed New York by Ely Bros 50 WmreptI Craze For Old Things Some people cannot understand why some other people were willing to pay almost fabulous prices for the articles auctioned off in London out- lof the Irving collection and in Phila outof the collection relating to Benjimin Franklin Why should a big price be paid for a small table having nothing to corn mend it but the fact thatit was made from a beam which once supporter I utrjhox 4 l r I cause it ouce belonged to a man of renownThese are questions that must be answered in human nature The connoisseur will give thousands of dollars for certain postage stamp faultily engraved or for a certain edition in which the binder was stu pfd enough to turn some of the pa ges upside down The diseaseif it is a disease ObseruIboy never has there been never will there be a more earnest collector than he Whether it bo stamps or birds eggsmothscbinsbutterflies or marbles he displays a nature power ofbargainingTh lays bare the depravity that fills every collect ors soul Aak a grownup colector why he does it and he will fence solemnljiold things he finds an outlet for his artistic nature But as a matter of cold fact the antiqtiaays mania no more to do with artistic taste than the boys has The collectors are not to be langh ed at They are but helpless slaves of instinct We must not laugh even when they are made dupes of cunning manufacture who turn out centuryold antiques by the car load One of the managers of the great china work at Cralport England who went to London and paid down two for a Sevres vase took it back to the factory and handed it to the best man with the hint that he might learn something valuable by copying it I I dont think I shallsir the workman And grinnenIBecause I made it myself six years ago p a O dsPCRIdBear the TtoKicdYMHirtAlirars Boat JofIBALCS THE 1906 World Almanac and EncyclopediaI- S ON SALE ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES- It is a volume of nearly seven hun dred pages and sells for 2T c Sent by mail for Iloc A Reference Book of unusual value almost indispensable to any man of business or in the profes sions It contains information on more than 1000 timely topics and repre sents over 10000 facts such as arise daily for answering Election statistics agricultural financial educational railroads ship ping etc etc through all the list of topics where new figures are most valuable 31 columns of index Send for this Standard American Annual Address Till WORLD Pulitzer Building New York City u DeWItts 82XV Salv For Plies Burns Sores VEGETABLE SICILI- ANairRenewe soonbestops falling hair and makes hair grow UtpH COtCIM Fine Trains T- OFLORIDA lVIA Qu h arailaAND y u n Cat RQu Florida Limited leaving Louis ville 8 a rn daily connects at Dan ville Ky with solid trains of Pull man Sleepers and vestibuled coaches tSvia Chattanooga and Atlanta arriv j ing Jacksonville at 850 a m and St Augustine 10 a m next day without change Dining Car service all meals enroute- Florida Special leaving Louis ville 7lf p m carries observationI sleeper daily except Sunday Louis vine to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriving at Jacksonville 850 p m mid St Augustine at 10 p m next day From Danville this is solid train of Drawing Room Sleepers Composite car Observation cur also Dining Car serves all meals en route j Via the Land of the Sky Pullman Sleeper leaves Louisville 7Mr I p ra daily running through to Knottsville where connection isI made at 935 a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Ashville Columbia and Savannah arrivingi at Jacksonville 9 a m IWintBI ToUrist Tickets until May Hist are now on sale daily at fats Rates I Variable ToUrs Going via Ashville and Land of I the Sky and Sapphire Country I and returning via Atlanta and Chat nnooga or Vice Versa For the Land of Sky Winter Homes or other handsomely illustrated book I lets folders rates etc address any agent of the Southern Railway or CHHUNCERFORD DPA KyOMoIC P A Q do C Houto- Clnolnnatl O TYPEWRITERS l They 1speedi THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANY Syracuse N Y J Branch Stores Everywhere oo 1 t PAIR OF PANTS J i vnJny a Man For Fifty Years Caused Ills MDeatb thou rrtocleoehmlrte1 In the death of William Master0 son aged over seventy years with queer old patched clothes and long white board the city of Los Angeles Gal has lost a unique figure of his tory Many a time has the writer of this article seen him tottering around the downtown streets bent almost double his patched clothes and unique appearance causing wondering comment from the newly arrived tourist These clothes he had worn for ov or half a century and they had been so pieced and patched and darned that no part of the original cloth was there But the r ld fellow would accept no others and it has been recently learned that his death was duo to grief because someone stole his queer old patched clothe lie was a frequent visitor at the Public Library and read works of fine quality and of educational value Once the girls of this institution got up a little purse to buy him a new hat and n new coat to replace the old jumper which had been patched so much that the original had been entirely displaced by the patches The pocketbook and mon ey tho girls offered to him in the most delicate manner imaginable but the old fellow would not have none of it but was perfectly furiousI about the matter lie not refused acceptance of their gift but roundly abused them and it was aI sorry looking presentation committee when the old man got through with it- Not long before his death a curio hunter angered him by desiring to purchase his clothes for a museum in San Francisco offering 500 for them It may be said that they were obtained in some other way for the same institution as Masterson awoke one fine morning and found them gone His clothes had been left on the line in the back yard and during tho night had been spir ited away The old man mourned the loss of these clothes as if he had parted from a dearly beloved child and wrote this pathetic offer of a reward of 150 out of the scanty pittance which he obtained from washing dishes at cheap restaurants- To Whom it May Concern If the party who borrowed my panta loons from the clothesline last Friday night without asking for them will return them to Mr Watts the landlord between now and next Fri day night in as good condition as when the took possession of them Mr Watts will pay him a dollar and a half without asking any questions on my behalf That is the price I paid Jacoby Brothers Clothing Company for them in December 1819 Since then I haye expended several times tho first cost upon them in patchingdarning washing and trying to hold them to gether till I am ready to throw them aside for good Why I am still wearing these old pantaloons a dozen years after they were worn out and would have been thrownaway by other people and why I am now offering the same price I paid for them when they were new in order that I may con tinue wearing them an unknown number of years longer are questions concerning which the public is not a this time entitled to insist up on receiving a full explanation- It is sufficient for the public to know that my purpose is an honorable one and I am trying to accom plish it by the honorably methods of an honorable man rII The soothing and comforting effect of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve when applied to Piles sores cuts etc boils subdues pain almost in etantly This Salve draws out tho in flammationreduccs swelling andacts as a rubefacient thus circulating the blood through the diseased partsper mitting or aiding Nature to permanently remove the trouble entirely Sold byZ Wayne Griffin Bro Supplies for Panama Canal U ebrunrvrecbnlcsi World Ungatlns Tho pur hnse the Panama Canal Commission include guinea pigs white mice wooden legs Bibles and playing cards It has ordered 540 000 pounds of blasting powder and a OPEN PVBUQITY THE BEST 4 GLMRniVTY OF MERIT Whim the inrikrr of n mcUlclnn sold through druggists for family use takes tJrfralldycast as well as on Its bottlo wrappers plllhJIIIIben iKissllilo uvlilcnco that ho Is not afraid to have tho search light of Inves tigation turned full formula and that It will hear the fullest scrutiny InvestqanonIlreuro of the weaknesses periodical pains null functional derangements of or gans distinctly feminine Is tho medl chin put up for solo through druggists for woman Idlllml tho maker of which Is not to take his patients Into his lull confidence by such open and honwt publicity A glance at puUlslfd Ingredients on each bottle w show that It Is innilo wholyfrulII native American medicinal roots tint It contains no poi sonous cotics and or of no nlcullol1lurertr1111orollnltl Ithrlrlnl intend of the commonly employed nlco pwserviugtheartlvothu roots of tho American fort plants employed It Is the only medlclno for womens epiilar liseases1id drug gists that does not contain a largo centagn of alcohol which Is In tho long run so harmful to woman a delicate nerv perfectlyiDill enteringlotfcomo of the ablest medical writers and teachers cmlcirxo these views and praise all tho several Ingredients of which Fa composedrecommending very same diseases for world famed medicine Is advlMd No other proanyInterested send name end address to Dr It V 1leren lliitralo N V for hIs little book of extracts from tho works of 1Onrlonllllftelling lust what Dr 1lercos medicines are mado of Its free for the asking n 0 675000 pounds of dynamite The The paving of the city of Panama required 7000000 paving brick Also 3500000 brick for the construction of buildings with 30000000 feet of lumber have been sent on In addition to the locomotives in use by the railroad 120 have been bought for excavating together with 1300 Hat cars and hundreds of dump cars 5000 tons of steer rails and 125000 crosslies upon which to lay the rails STEALING CREPE Revolting Mania of Man Who Walks the Streets of Louisville Louisville Ky Jan 12 Stealing crepe from the doors of houses where corpses lie is the revolting mania of a man who walks the streets of Louisville This thing has occurred several times during the past few days the latest occurrence being about 8 oclock tonight It was at the residence of Gottlieb Schramm an old and wealthy citi zen who died today A man with a slouch hat was seen to enter the yard snatch the crepe from the door and take to his heels An appeal was made to the police station to detail an officer to guard the resi dence to prevent a second depreda tion Detectives claim to have a crew to the identity of the remarkable thief They say they have proof that he is the man who sent a shroud to a dy ing boy as a Christmas present A reasonable amount of food thoroughly digested and properly assimilated will always increase the strength If your stomach is a lit tle off Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you eat and enable the digestive organ to assimilate and transform all foods into tissue buil ding blood Kodol relieves Sour Stomach Belching HeartBurns and all forms of Indigestion Palatable and strengthening Sold by 55 Wayne Griffin Bro e The Reporter at his Best After being interviewed in a dentists chair one day last week Senator Foraker said I hoped toheav en that on the day I am buried noth ing of interest in Ohio politics oc curs for if it does that young man Will pry tfp the lid of the Coffin and ask me for the particular But how could Mr Foraker even imagine that onthe day of his funeral nothing of interest in Ohio politics will occur Indigestion is easily overcome by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure because this remedy digests what you eat and gives the stomach a rest allows it to recuperate and grow strong again Kodol relieves Indi gestion Belching of Gas Sour Sto mach Heart Burns etc and enables the digestive organs to transform all foods kiLo the kind of rich red blood that makes health and strength Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro tf WINDING UP r Little Remains of Buildings of the St Louis Expo sitIon The Louisiana Purchase Exposition is almost a matter of history The diplomas are all distributed with afew scattering exceptions and the medals are now being sent out by secretary Stevens who still re BuildingI ndmired1They ed composition called Scoville Gold manufactured in sheets at Water hrg Conn and sent to the mint at Philadelphia where the medals are stamped from artistic dies They are not round as medalsI usually are but are shaped like an irregular triangle and bear a design I representing an eagle with outstretched wings and a pair of queer looking fishes on one side while on the other side are two thinly clad ladies intended to represent indus try and art The composition is a form of dull bronze which keeps its lustreThe management has been more fortunate than at Chicago for it is nearly two years ahead in the matter of medals and diplomas Bent Hor Doublo tor knew no one for four weeks when 1 was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Pittsburg Pa and when 1 got better although I had one of the best doctors I could get I was bent double and had to rest my hands on my ktjees when I walk ed From this terrible affliction I was rescued by Electric Bitters whichrestored my health and strength and now I can walk as straight as ever They are simply wonderful Guaranteed to cute stomach liver and kidney disorders at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store price 50c Wishing Him Success At the clising services of a reli gious organization held in Philadel phia an attempt was made to raise a certain sum of money for some good work I will start the good work with twentyfive dollars cried a man who was a stranger to the preacher Thanks brother Thanks ex claimed the minister presiding effusively I dont known your name but may heaven bless your kind SPED PIT lifE Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer testimonials in addressing the public but the above femark and similar expressions are made so often in connec tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying improper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more ofa secret than the compositionof the Emul sign itself What it does it does through nourish mentthekind of nourish ment that cannot be ob tamed in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts I Emulsion and gather good from it We will send you a sample free Bart thtthteplctun In the form ef a UW It on the wrapper ofBtfUWon7a1buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St NYg 50cu4J all drunfrti t A l heart and may your business during the coming year be doubled 0 Instantly there was a laugh that was both long and loudand the perplexed preacher gazed at the del egates in astonishment What have I done said he WhatNothing replied a fellow preacher only the man who donat ed that twentyfive is an undertak er The Diamond Cure The latest news from Paris is that they have discovered a diamond cure for consumption If you fear con sumption or pneumonia it will however be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T McGee of Vanleer Tenn had a cough for fourteen II Nothing helped me until I took Kings New Discovery for Consump tion Coughs and Colds which gave instant relief and affected a permanent cure Unequalled quick cure for Throat and lung troubles At Z Wayne Griffin Brosi drug store price 50c and 100 guaran teed Trial bottle free WHALE EGGS Received at Louisville Custom House Special Agent Assesses Duty Louisville Ky Jan 12The receipt of a consignment of whaleeggs made it necessary for the attaches of the custom house to call in Col- E Polk Johnson of Cincinnati who is a special agent in the treasury de partment to determine the duty on the consignment- Col Johnson was at the office of Col C M Barnett collector of cus toms today and he virtually set on the question finally decidingthat the classification under which J L Richardson assistant appraiser en tered the importation fit the case consequently local firm will pay two cents a can or twenty per cent otherwiseI ssLucusFrank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of- F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 SealA W GLEASGN Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation f 1 Roses As Bait For Rats The use of choice roses as rat bait is to be experimented upon by the Biological Bureau of the Depart ment of Agriculture The bureau haslbeen informed of a number of spurnedIlieved that the result of the experi ments proposed by the bureau will be to show conclusively that these flowers surpass cheese crackers or rinds of bacon and other baits that arc commonly used to entice the rats trapsThe of choice flowers as bait forrats willno dubt be looked upon as unworthy and degrading by the horticulturists and others interested in plant industry but when the great value and importance of roses used in this manner Isdemonstrated itis be lieved they will take another view of the case It is explained that it is not so much the taste of roses thatattracts the rat as it is their fragrance and for this reason roses are expected to be the popular bait of the future Cases have been known whore rodents attracted by the sweet perfume of a rose in a house have gnawed through doors to get at the flower Rats have been known to become sus picious of traps with the familiar sent of cheese and bacon rinds and easily evade a trap for a long time From experience it has been found that white roses such as the dainty Bride rose or the snowy Nephitos have proved preferable in ratcatching 0 t i e i Alcgctable PreparationforAs lda h UiigthcStomachsandBowelsor IN Promotes DigSlionChcerruJ1 Oium I ToTNARCo7cxoApedecl ji Worms Convulsions Feverish ness nUll Loss OF SLEEP 3 Facsimile Signature oft NEW YORK LEXACT COPY OF WRAPPER CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have aghttf- l Signaturef of In- Use For Thirty Year- sCASTORIA OIHTAUlleOIlPHY New OUR CLUBBING RATES TILE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TI- rE REIUHLIOAN und Louisville Daily Herald 300 TIE REI UUMCAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REIUHLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TirE RElUlI WAN and Homo and Farm 125 TIE llEiunLicAN anti Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 TILE RELUHLICAX and T vicoa Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 TilE REIUULICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 TilE REiunucAN and liwicefi Week Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN mid National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THEREPUBLICAN WINTER TERM Begins January 2ndMany are preparing to enroll at that time Are you com ing If not why not OUR successDepends largely on how you answer this question You will find no better time to begin and find no better school to attend OUR ENROLLMENTHas increased 250 per centoverthat of last year THIS SPEAKS FOR ITSELF You have heard of our new and wonderful sys tem of CHARTIERS ELECTRIC SHORTHAND the only aye tem that can be read like print and written with ease and speed Only ten rules can be learned in one days time The average student completes this course In twelve weeks time IF YOU WANT BOOKKEEPING we have the famous SsdlerRowe system of actual business practice The combined course of Bookkeeping and Shorthand a sure drawing for your success Will we have the pleasure of seeing you orthearing from you- OWENSBORO BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Owonsboro Kentucky l1nAVV 11 ON YOUR HUNTING TRIPAe eon tolnoperlr elulrrwl aG the 5Tla- a8nentwCANNOeONNIc 1ui RIFLES from 6223 to CIEOOO II3TOI8 tram 2DJta EOCO SHOTGUNS from 760 to 3800 AtroudIr For toperono- upotwLImete otiltv JfUlcr I 8IIOOTIMO you frifftJ dlut rntp IIllso1 11oJ ciulog price PCIlaO Out tttncllr threfecelor Alumtiwai lteegnttl bn lent eaybete for iun J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO- p doe 494 Chtcopce Faun Mast U BA Subscribe for TIlE UARTFORD KEPUJKLI CAN LOO per year in advance Alway r Over TNt Toss a a 0 0 t is 9 to + ln I I I lt 10KV n lo nee In i o r r CITY I Low One Wary Colonist Rates VloI i Big Four Route I To- CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHOMONTANA UTAH sad Intermediate territory j TlokctMon yule Moll I to May IB- 1For fuH information and particu iInrs us to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or ad dress the undersigned WAIUIEX J IYKCII O P Jt TdrC- lnrlnnate Ohio 85 OATKS aeeerni Agent v- LuuiiTHi Kir It- S KSy d f 0ir fSL A Hartford Republican i i l Tuf llvthp Ilortford I nbllhingenrnpany t iXCOHrilHAYEII F l 11 K NytlrIL7 Edltor- TEr =rnc SII Oum rlan5i1iRout n svraaFRID- AYI JANUARY 19 t Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us SENATOR LAFOLLETTE now misses his veto power 1 11STRAWBERRIES are only seventy and demand light Baked beans are booming however TilE reticance of the Hartford Herald on the new county question f may be mere diffidenceand it may not MR ROGERS admits that he has heard of the Standard Oil Trust but he may decide to withdraw this bold statement A FEW of the Standard Oil mag nates seem to have borrowed the memories of the late witnesses in the V life insurance investigation r SENATOR ELKINS has a rate bill says a dispatch from Washington This is fair warning The Big Stick may as well be brought out There will be use for it IT may be all right for a young lady to learn skating from a teacher in a correspondence school 300 miles away but a young man with a strong right arm actually present can give more comprehensive instructions AN Indiana jury has awarded a farmer who was injuried in a runa way caused by his team being fright ened at an automobile3000 against the owner of the buzz wagon Such gentle reminders as this may do something towards inducing auto mobilists to regard the rights of others in a limited measure at least A BILL has been introduced in the Legislature providing for various amendments to the election and reg istration laws The present election laws properly enforced would do very well yet they can be im proved upon The best amendment that can be offered to the registra tion law is one to repeal it entirely in so far as it applies to fourth fifth and sixth class towns A RESOLUTION has been introduced in the Kentucky Senate providing that members shall receive pay only for the days they attend the sessions of that body except when excused for good cause This is a wise move and should have been the rule long ago Legislators are elected to serve the people and can do it only by being constantly at their posts of duty NEW COUNTY SOME MORE- A Frankfort dispatch to the Lou isville Post saysI- teprMentatlre Heard ol Ohio connty l tae his heart net on H plan to form a new roonty outot puts of Ohio Orajion and llrrclilnrlilKt sad hes high hope of soy res The surveys for the IKW division ore now being made end ai soon na they I re completed the Mil will be drawn nji sad presented to the Iltnie It la planned to make lord Tllle the county teat and the father ot the plan deelsres that people of his town are very rntbnrlamlc over the meaiure At prrnent they are compelled to drle twentytwo mile to the county tent atd as Pordtvlllo has about 1000 Inhabitant Representative t Ileurd thinks this U quite a bardnhlp If the plan to include the Crom well Select Arnold Horse Branch Rosine Dundee Westerfield and Pleasant Ridge sections in the new county is carried outand it is im possible to get the required territo ry without themthere will be more people in the new county that will have to travel 25 to 30 miles to reach the county seat than there now are who have to travel 22 miles to reach it As a matter of fact if the ac commodation of the people is to be considered there will certainly be no new county But the Legislature must be made acquainted with the iiimpropriety of this ever recurring tscheme HORSE BRANCH S Jan 161Irs Thomas White is on the sick list John Coleman acndently struck r his little child with an ax while cut ting stove wood inflicting a serious wound Dr W L Lawlace attend i i physicianWaverly nIof Livermore is visiting relatives heren ft Mrs Sam Young Grayson county I S t r r i visited Mrs Henry Lndrum today J W Bradley Rosine was in town todayOur new Deputy Sheriff Perry Crowder of Rosine was in townto day Lawrence Gary and Jesse Ford of this place entered school at Hartford Monday Samuel 0 Keown was sworn in ns marshal of Horse Branch today Henry Landrum went to Leitch field Sunday Miss Tilda Maiden returned from Leitchfield today where she has been visiting friends for the last two weeks Joe Miller went to Owensboro SundayWaitman Brooks was called to the bedside of his sister Miss Florence Brooks near Fordsville who is ill of pneumonia fever Charles L Stewart and Miss Lucy Axton were united in marriage Sun day night Rev C I Kelley offici ating A large crowd of friends were present They will make their homo at Horse Branch Our new Justice of Peace W P Miller is now ready for business and will hold court in McDaniels hall at Horse Branch CANE RUN Jan 15John A McCord and Mrs Josie Robison and children who have been visiting relatives and friends in this community returned to their home in Auburn Saturday John Landrum and wife Rosine moved to Friedaland last Wednes day Misses Jessie and Bessie Daniel of Olaton visited relatives near Fair View last week Miss Wastie Wilson visited her sister Mrs Dinah Raley the first of thweekW Coghill of Sunnydale met at Fair View with the farmers and organized the A S of E Saturday nightGarland Boyd and son Arkansas arrived last Thursday near Salem on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Milton Boyd ElderJ F Baker Sulphur Springs filled his regular appointment at Salam yesterday Misses Jessie and Bessie Raley of Salem entered Hartford College last MondayF Haynes Fair View has ery sipelas and heart trouble Born to the wife of Tom Faught January 13th two fine twin boys Arvin Jamison near Centertown is visiting his brother Sam Jamison near this place O A S TOXIXABeats teetheKind Yfl i Hart Ahoyj Bought BIgutut lId 1 AbU NARROWS Jan 1BMiss Annie Daniel went to Hartford Tuesday where she will attend school Prof Claud Shultz went to Lex ington Monday to attend the Ken tucky State College Prof Shultz is a brilliant young man and his friends expect a bright future for himTrip Cooksey and family left Tues day for Harper Kan where Mr Cooksey has bought a farm Mrs Ludie Midkiff went to Moore house Mo Monday to visit her par ents Mr and Mrs Dick Allen Mr and Mrs John Renfrow and little daughter Mary Louise visited relatives at Dundee Sunday Dr J H Maxwell is making a tour of the West prospecting for a locationA Renfrew made a business trip to Beaver Dam Wednesday Henry Gillim has moved to Ralph The iron bridge across Rough river at Ambrose ford is being up this week- J putI H Miller of Dundee Jwersboro Tuesday I Clarence Bennett closed his school I HoodsSarsaparilla enjoys the diiI tinction of being the greatest I curative and preventive medicine the ever known It is an allround medicine producing its un i purifybigthe blood on which the health and strength ofevery organ bone and tissue de pend Accept no substitute for Hoods but insist on having Hoods AND ONLY HOODS fw+ s far AAA r+ Ao ae a sarnaanr a + y3 rJWaJJWAW QlL4i In1 FAIRS9 ANNUAbitf I 43 44 43 Cl poT CSH SALE- U bit lit t t C- a2 t A i t r L GREATHZ b 14 4i Many Money Saving Sales in the One Big Sale it- QiAuytrue of sulluicnt importance to induce you to be presenthfii 9iit 9- d1 9- i Will Be Two Days of Big Bargains in Our Basement tiHellyou will find W rrGrand Bargains for Homefitters 9 4i Housewives will delight in the many items hero iu moneysaving price The highest values that money can 9 H buy will grace our Sc anti lOc Counters=Tinware ranitoware 11ard1etc And in the iC- 7C1 higher priced articles lor holmfurnishing you will find our prices Iiglttf J r si A SpicSpan New Stock from which to Select =2 a- di tiIZ New Spring Ginghams c 1010 yards of new Spring Ging fiihUIIIS All the late weaves The f1 very fabrics for Shirt Waist and 4I Shirts No od carriedItIOI pat 47 terns all strictly newand worth p 4124c today choice this sal y 41 Handkerchiefsti whitefancy bordered Handkerchiefs 41 bought for this special sale Actual Q values loe 20c Mu t be seen 4ito be appreciated Choice JLv Spot Cash Ribbons 4 50 bolts No 22mIUIt 10 pure 44 Silk Ribbons all shades qualities that sell every day fur 2tic and Hoc II At this Spot Cash Salctwo 44days onlyfor only yv 41 4Spot Cash Towels t9 Twentyfive low Towels extra large the kind that sell for 41 25c our Spot Cash price 9C 4 Ten dozen pure Linen fringed 41 Towels a regular 25c value Our i Spot only Cash price for two lays 19c 41C1 = Spot Cash Underwear 41 Ten dozen ladies Vests made ol = select Peeler Yarn Taped neck 41 gusset armholes ribbed and heavy 4 fleeced Regular value 25c Spot Cash price two lays only for ill C 4 0n13AI at New Baymus last week and has gone to Lexington to resume his course at the State College Mrs Ida Renfrow visited relatives in Fordsville the first of the week The Quarterly meeting of the Rosine circuit will be held at Oak Grove church Friday and Saturday THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems I I The State Railroad Commission af ter an all day hearing at Frankfort fixed a fIat rate of 83 cents a ton for shipments of fire clay from Carter Y Home Goods 1 quart Deep Stew Pans Ie 101 Fry Pans IHeLong Handle Fire Shovels tic- S quart alvanixed Water Pail tic Enameled Ware Wash Pans k j quart Tin Bucket nt 10 quart Black Knamelcll Pail Oc 2 quart Stove Tea licttleticr- i quart Preserve Kettle tie 10 quart ialvanixcd Iron PailHe 12 quart Dish Pans tlc 11 iiuh Pie Pans tic Looe Bottom Cake PlulsJcb- in Sifters tiO 1 Iquurt Ife Crumb Tray and Brush9cHound Waiters tic 3 quart Coffee lotsOcBread Toasters te 15 inch Japanned Waiter Hc a quart Sickle Plate Collee Pots tic Cool Handle Fire ShovelsticKitchen Sets tie Cake IuriierstieIBast- ing Spoons tic Hand Hells tic Full Size Claw Hammers tic Shingling Hatchets He Tea Strainers tie Corn Poppers Hc Kitchen Forks tic Potato Mashers tic Egg Beaters tic Dish IraillersticBre- ad Knives tie Steak Pounders tic Towel Rollers Dc Knife and Fork Tray 9c Dish Mops tic Fruit Shears nc Clothes Lino Sot tic 500 pieces UlasswnrotcSalt and Pepper SetsticGo- ld Band Vasesticy county to Louisville As a result of sheep being constantly killed by dogs many farm ers of Boyle county have announced their intention to cease raising sheep until relief of some character is as sured Capt George W Albrecht of Slid ofIthere and has so recommended to Col Roger Williams of the Third Kentucky regiment at Lexington Marshall Field of Chicago mil lionaire merchant and a leader in the drygoods trade of the world died at New York City at4 oclock Tuesday afternoon after an illness extending t f a J ra f Ftainssoino slightly soiled All nice lesignbt able styles former price 150 and err 200 per pairtt e doso them t at this sale for 89C Spot Cash Embroideries 1000 yards new spring Embroid jj- erie1 ranging in width iron a to 10 8 inches Choice line of patterns usually soiling from laic to ioe per yard Your pick for 9C Spot Cash Silk One piece HOinch black gtmran u teed Tnltittii Silk Considered a ihIgl1inat SI2o Our Spot fr fCash price 119 9 JBluelar pl Cash rice9OL t 9 Spot Cash Ladies Skirts ttNowOur price on these Skirts is 400 Our Special Sole price two lays only i 2 48 9y HosieryTwenty Black Ribbed Hose seamless made of tit select cotton yarn The regular 20o values At our two days Spot Cash solo they go for lOCffa over more than a week beginning with a bad cold and developing quickly into pneumonia which af fected both lungs RENDER Jan 1GWill Wilson Rosine was here last Wednesday Mrs B C Dowell went to Owens boro last Wednesday i Mrs Nettie Schrader Louisville arrived here last Wednesday to be the guest of her uncle Rev N C Robinson and family for a few weeks Mrs Katie Campbell Paducah was here last week Mrs Mary Mercer went to Cen tral City last Thursday F E McGary and J J Wilson Central City were here last Friday Logan Barnard Hartfordwas r t 11 hero last Saturday IDayid Wadkins Saturday Central City was Oda Raley and Jewel Andrews SundayDr 11 was here yesterday Miss Icy Hardin is on the sick list Herman Render has a very sick child Miss Lucy James received her ap pointment today as Postmistress at this place Simon Stephens resl211cdI and we wish Miss James suc cess in her official duties She was Mr Stephens deputy during his reign of office We wish him much suc fInfirstclass official i AJ I 1a E Pe Barnes Bro The New Year is Upon Us acl all Rem ats Odd s and Ends Fn every department must lie cleaned out and in order to do that vu arc making big reductions in prices all along tho lino Cloaks Wo aro anxious to sell every garment in our Stuck and you eau buy Cloaks al onehalf of their original value Wu can soil you a nice neat good wearing garment till 200 each Every garment hits thC pray badly cut Our loss is tho purchasers gain Overcoats This lino will be subject to a big cut and wo can show you more Coats than any ono clsoiu the county Wo have holt Overcoats at 5 75010 We have black Overcoats 5 750 10 15 lull you will bo surprised at tho values wo are oiler iug Working Clothes Carhart Overalls and Jackets Heavy Jcans Coals and Pants Corduroy Suits Hud odd runts Working ShoesAnd Boots Wo are certainly at the head of tho list in this line Wo sell tho best goods made in working Shoes and Boots and every pair is sold at a straight legitimate price that means a saving to tho buyer Shoes that wear Shoes that keep tho feet dry Our lines of Rubber Boots and Shoes are complete and all grades and sizes are well represented Beaver Dam Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 19 4t I Illinois Central RallroadTlmoI o North Hontnl- NolSJdQMOfttn mJrr1CiId 1 Nonlli Bonnrt oI21 dulh31 m So tOl dm tM p m Nu1I1 duf MS p in r Mrs C M Barnett is visiting in LouisvilleHighest cash prices paidfor furs by Sam Bach J T Davis Sunnydale was a pleasant caller Tuesday 1 j For Furniture and lchlnes visit Carson CoIt Mr JAPark a pleasant caller yesterday Misses Jessie and Bessie Raley Rosine entered school here Monday big reduction in price through R the month of January at Carson i CoBring your furs to Sam Bach and get the highest market price for them The Republican 100 a year Lou Jsville Daily Hearald 400 a yearj 200 in advance gets both Mrs A KWard gave a birthday dinner in honorof MrEldred Crab tree last Friday j 1 tlMesra R T CollinsandZ Wayne were in Louisville on business v the first of the week v For bargains in Overcoats and La dies Cloaks see Carson Co I Cheap Underwear and Hosiery at Long Cos Economy Store Highest market price paid in cash- for furs at U S Carsons grocery big reduction on Dress Goods IA trimmings at Long Cos Store Mrs Thomas Watkins is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs D E Thomas Ex Sheriff Cal P Keown was in Frankfort on business the first of the week Mrs Mattie Barrett entertained a few of her friends at noon puncheon yesterday Mr Kiah J McKinney Louisville was a pleasant caller while in town Wednesday Mrs Alex Barnett was the guest of relatives in Owensboro the first of the week Miss Dorsie Bennett of Beda was the guest of Mrs A K Ward last Saturday and Sunday Mr J W Hale who has been quite ill at Fordsville for the past several days is improving If you want real bargains just look through our stock of Clothing at Long Cos Economy Store 1 A big lot of odds and ends in mens ladies and childrens Shoes at greatly reduced prices at Carson Co r Mr Seth Moseley has been chosen cily marshal for Hartford He was sworn in the latter part of last week- S If you want the highest market price being your Eggs Chickens Turkeys and Feathersto Carson Co Leave your laundry at Cleve tiers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry Jfitf See our Cloaks and Furs and get the close prices we are making on them at Long Cos Economy Store Schroders Floating Studio is still at Hartfords wharf but will leave Monday January 22 Get your pho tos made now Peters Shoes for wear Peters Shoes for style you will find them at the old prices at Long COH Economy Store Mr J D Render formerly Cir cuit Clerk of Butler county but now of New Mcxicois the guest of Sher iff R B Martin Dr A F Stanley and Messrs R E Lee Simmerman and S A Ander Ion went to Owensboro last evening and will turn today Uncle Sam Keown 6f Fordsville father of exSheiff Cal P Keown who has been quite ill for sometime is but little if any better Mrs Frorence Quinn and son Herbert Fordsville were the guest of Judge R R Wedding and family the first of the week Black Birkhead have leasedA- C Taylors undertaking business and can supply anything in that line Call on them at Taylors stand WANTED Bright honest young man from Hartford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids In Call on the Hartford Gro cerymen for Fords Flour They all handle it FOR SAuA scholarship in the Owensboro Business University also scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College Writ us for prices Take advantage of our 2 clubbing offer with the Louis ville Daily Herald It will last only a few weeks The Ohio county AntiSaloon League held quite and an interesting meeting at the Baptist church here last Saturday A large crowd was in attendance and much interest was manifested WANTED Men in each State to travel post signs advertise and leave samples of our goods Salary 7500 per month 300 per day for expen ses KUHLMAN CO Dept S Atlas Block Chicago Ill Elder W B Wright of Central City has been engaged by the mem bers of the Christian Church here to preach for that organization He will conduct services at the Court House the first Sunday in each month morning and night begin ning February 4th next About sixty loads of tobacco came in for delivery at the Equity house here Wednesday and nearly as many yesterday It was impossible to unload near all of the tobacco on these two days and it had to bestor ed in nearby barns to await each pary his turn A petition has been filed in County Court asking that an election beheld in Horse Branch precinct to ascer beIky is being sold that has not taken a vote on the question within the last year Sheriff R B Martin has made up his choir of deputies as folowsfor the Centortown Rockport and Hartford magisterial district S A Bratcher assisted by Otto Martin Cromwell district J W Martin Sulphur Springs and adjacent territory LP Crowder Fordsyille Grant Pollard Buford Joe Jarnagin Mr Nicholas Barrass who has for sometime been atn Louisville Infirm ary being treated for stomach trouble is still in a very bad condition He vas unable to attend the recent session of Fiscal Court of which he is a member but hiscondi tion at that time was not thought to be any thing like serious His son Circuit Clerk E G Barrass left Tuesday for Louisville to be with him until his condition is improved x- u p n S sssss-t S OO 0 CLEARANCE I Men and Boys OF ctothingil We jiro offering the hot assortment of Suits and I ever offered before bUllY clearance sale in Hartford j Women and Take priors want Shoes or press at prices in Hartford Latest in Hats visited SALE it is CrS 99 Jjl Quarterly convened at Court Monday Judge W BO Taylor presiding and continued un til yesterday A good of im portant business was transacted We have new furnish The and the Daily Herald yearfor200 Adelphian Literary Society of Hartford College give an session at College tonight Subject debate Resolved Nepolean Bonaparte was greater General Julius Caesas Affirmative Martin and McDowel Fogle Negative Ney Foster and men in coun ty to represent and advertise Hard ware Department out samples of our goods etc Traveling sition or Manager Salary per month weekly all expenses paid in advance We furnishthingT1IE HOUSE Moiion Bldg Chicago IllIR T No 11 R of Kentucky of Coin Keown Jr JI Sapp Adjt W JonesQ 11f J D Westerfield Chaplin H C Truman C C Brown ClarkrS M A Babbitt Q M SJA Cooper meets second Saturday in month more in this sale Owing to the extensive trade wo have had this season wo forced to put in a supply of Suits und Overcoats so you have 1 a stock to make your selection from 15 quality Suits guaranteed to give satisfac in Double Breastedor Single Breasted styles Blnck or Fancy Patterns Clearance sale Mens fine quality Suits Single or Double Breast ed Black or Fancy Patterns 50tingUrandCutprico extra date fine quality good fitting Suits in all styles and 8725raln850 Suits made and good quality nobby in style 00Ais where the knife has the deepest 18 good quality regular price 8425for Suits J5Worsted 4 OVERCOATS1250 or plain fitting coats color 900atlatest ex good 25idor check priceREAD17 48and I Footwear For Children best and cheapest K the cut and supply yourself If you york ofIcan get them hero unexcelled Gents Furnishings s Shirts Hosiery Neckwear by knife of CLEARANCE Tho you come the better you SAM BACHHARTFORD KENTUCKY O JI JI J9 l Court Hall here with deal effected arrangements whereby we can Republican Louisville one The will open Hall that a than Otto A Also music and EveryIbodyWANTEDTwo each put Posi Office 9000 cash with Dept 610 26t4 Whittinghill Post G A department thefollowjug Sam Com G R 00 OG John If Post the each r too were new now Mens best tion price 81175 1250 1000 Mens upto Mens well Here cut Mens Mens Mens 1Ve11gunrnnteoMen advantage =+++++++++6+++++++4++++3+ ++ + ++ + t++++++ ++ +++ I BANK OF HARTFORD Icoz FQ tArI D1882 + Capital Stockm 4000000Surplus 12 OOOOO Stockholders Addll Liability 4OOOOOO + Securety to Depositors 9200000 tI + J W FORD President JOHN T Cashier H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier S J W FORD H P TAYLORJNO T DIrectors iIi ++ oM + + H+ ++ ++ ++ +Mr Jesse Potter one of the oldest citizens of Hartford died at an early last Friday morning after an illness extending over several weeks Mr Potter was 77 years old and had lived in Hartford for 40 years hav ing come from Shelby county where he was born in 1829 His fumeral was held at the Methodist church at 2 oclock Saturday January 13 J A Lewis conducting the serI vices after which his remains were interred at Oakwood I second term of lege Monday with thefolI atItendanceBarnes Garley Allen Charlie Taylor Nora Bennett Lawrence Gary Geo W Bennett Harriette Flener RenIderChristian Jessie Ford BessielRaley Jania R ilev Caiil Park L Tayo 14 Mens 500 350Cut to l2 Belted Over The very quality and make in neat 1000 Mens and tra quality Overcoats with 750 Mens Overcoats in belted plain all sizes ed solid colors and mixtures Clearance 468 500 Beav Latest Shoes etc the our sooner for jji for and t MOORE + ROOK JNO t + + hour on Rev The opened Roy anie best striped lor Ernest Duke Lily Milbuan 4 Clara Robertson With many others yet to matriculate soon WYNTED by Chicago wholesale and mail orderhouse assistant man ager man or woman for this coun ty and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expense paid weekly ex pense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No investments or experience required Write at once for full particulars and enclose selfaddressedenvelope CoOPER Co 21t10 132 Jake Street Chicago 111 CASTORIAEor The Kind YM Han Always Unlit Bears the- Signatureof PERIL OF THE BATTLEFIELD Believed That Many Are Burled for Dead When Their Real Condi tion Is Not Know- nTlieyhavejustlaid to rest at Not tingham a Crimean veteran wit was thrown for dead into a treueli in the Crimea says the St James Inzette TlioHi who liuvenmdea study of the subject make thedis- t quieting assertion that the burial l or the quick with the had ujiou the battlefield is not uncommon A story is told of a surgeon wit saw a dead iiinn come to life after the battle of Horny Resat J UK man go down killed apparent ly by a bursting shell At mid night the kindly heart of the doe tor impelled him once more to make a round to see if any wound rd lay still intended full chance took him to the spot where th b dead tirailleur lay lllood Wa issuing from his nostrils and the surgeon turned him over to reel his wound There was none Concussion of the brain had caused inhibition of all the func tions The men who came out to bury were sent back to the Los I pital with this man who six weeks rejoit led the doctor to the spot the sol Bier would have gone under the turf with the dead Sir Charles Napier fell grievously wounded at Corunna and hi comrades left him nniid the heap I of the slain He was posted as killed By a miracle however he was rescued before the burialv partycould do its work then kept- prisoner by Ney After s0ut mouths information was conveyed to the English lines that he was L nlivcj and a tout was sent home with the tidings to his mother She dared not see him lie comes she said to tell me of the death of another sou Somehow the story of this stricken blunt woman far away in Kngland sor rowing for lice sots reached the ears of Ney Let him go ht said to Clouet and himself tell lieu that liu is alive The bhhti- ttvuunut was the beautiful Sara Lennox of old time who ntigh- have been the queen of George II t The son lived to conquer Sind TREAT RABIES BY RADIUM Interesting Researches in This Line Have Been Made by n Pair of Italian Savants Some interesting researches In the treatment of rabies by tho rays of radium have been made by two Italian savants Tizzonlnnd nongiovanni In some cases they net upon the virus itself and in others upon the animals By ex posing the virus to the radium rays it is rapidly transformed into a very native vaccine Tho exposure varies from four to thir tysix hours When a drop of the vaccine is injected into the ani maps eye ho is found to be protected against the inoculation with a dogs virus such as readily killed the other animals As to animals which were already under time influence of the virus time sear ces of radiotherapy one hour eachmust be commenced least ten hours after inoculation But by a powerful sample of radium and a series of exposures of sev eral hours for six dajs they find that they can Save futitnuls eyett d- i 3 or 100 hours nfler Inoculation o while the animals used for a check t on the method nIl died Especial I ly striking are the experiments t with till rabbit where it suc cumbs rapidly to the virus Under the radium treatment we see ail C- j nervous phenomena retVOcedr ao- l d the fever diminish with a gait In weight The ellVcts thus disc p pear in one case while with a sec and nniuiul untreated they go on increasing at the same time and soon end in desalt This tart ap plication of radium will no doubt illProvevaluable Cultivate a Cheery Manner 1 There fire some salesmen whose t entrance into tilt presence of prospective customers is like the t advent of spring after a hard win N ter They bring a hurst of sun shiny weather The tired and ill alhuutored customer who has been t sitting on tin iiiuujiicrs bench all day nursing his troubles loose leis hold on his grouch in the pre ence of that Insistent optimism I It is as if some one hiiU aliened a wjudpw in a stuffy Jiouse i he feels L f th0 InvIfforatlriB effeoToI ozone Success Magazine WAS THE WAR A BLESSING From the Way in Which Peking Cor respondent Talks Onlookers Arc Led to Believe It Was I have just returned trout Muk den where all was quiet and the country very nourishing writes fIin Manchuria are expected to be the best in the niemory of the 01d est people despite the tart that veryscnrcryvso of ready money In bygone years trade was all dunrornearlyoby promissory notes but owing to Itwo huge armies both spendiiii money II is plentiful everywhere The very battlefields south of Muk lypeace com municalion open there will beau unprecedented demand for cloth lag and also luxuries hardly III dulged in in past years The nan lives seem to be hardened as re gurus the laud fighting and in time actual war zone they seem to be tluMany towns have still more than their normal population as many village women and children prefer to remain in the large centers Prom many inquiries one learns that on the whole both ar mils have behovedroue well as could be expected to the natives Thath there has been local suffer ing and this sometimes acute goes peoplijally rich country- BOHEMIANISM AN EXCUSE Tale of the Artist Before and After Receiving His Salary Sees Beauties in Home 1Once upon a time there lived an artist lit had lofty ideals III his brain taut yellow stains 011 his Jill iiernails Besides lie lived on his erdH trayt some relates S F Stern in Smart Set He returned a linisliid artist He must have been good for when lie entered a museum he could tell Jt a glance where Raphael fell drown how bad Velasquez really was where Murillo was weak and why Rubens turned out so much poor stuff It was he who diueov ered that the Brnbizon school he culled it that himself is not not what it is said to be and that Sir Joshua Reynoldshie holler him as Joshwas poor on brush work Meanwhile he lived in a hall room and wore lowing neckties His shoes were of varying pat terns and his clothes were stylist in 1803 He slept most of the day and walked around all night When one inquired wherefore he announced proudly I tam a Bo Item inn He ate sausages cooked over a candle in a plug hunt mold slept un der the carpet near the floor lie enounced that all marriage tracts should contain a COliI weeks clause and that all erty should be divided among everybody He borrowed three dollars from nnhot1 who would lend it to him failing three he bor rowed two or even from a stingy friend ten cents He paid no one end newer incurred a laundry hill WhlIljfOIeOne tiny the artist arrived Au tgipr start promise in his Aork anugavo him a three years contract at aG0 per week The next mouth he married and settled down Before his contract expired he lord two children a say hugs boob account tool three lift insurance policies He goes to bed vault night at nine tutu his clothes are of the latest fashiollIIls meals are served to time minute timid he stickles abjectly for the in fl unnce of the house Moral Bolicmianism Is only nil excuse conscientious Young Wife Whats the trouble Why do you sit on th edge of the chair knosw we are on ment plan and thats till I feel en titled toLife GREAT VITALITY OF TREES Story from Utah Tells of Felled Giant Which Sprouted Young Growths from Its Sides An illustration of the wonder ful vitality and reproductiveness of the redwood is reported from Ikinh as existing in the forests of Mcndlciuo county It consists of the trunk of a redwood trtli- ftetlfOI the IIH1I1ufaCtuaeoCshlll- glt which after lying on tho ground undisturbed for several months sprouted a number of young trees whose roots had de veloped in its own body This de velopment is erroneously reported however as the first case on record where redwood completely producedhove been frequently recorded of felled redwood trunks reproduc ug a growth of young timber till along the line rf tl1IIIlIatlog multi travelers through till roast forests have frequently ob served the phenomenon of rows of well developt1 trees growing tint of the bodies of those that have Iain lone enough on the earth to perish and decay Some years ago a newspaper correspondent re ported the strange phenomenon of brldgcbuiltHnmboldt county stream Tin sides of this bridge consisted of two large redwoods Whirl had been felled so that the ends rested in the soil on each IlI1l1k All along the upper side of each log a carrot sturdy redwood saplings devel oped shortly after the 11IIIItlulIl beet finished that lifeIwas IIltlxtiugulshtd in eithor al though totally severed from the original stumps ENGLISH SPARROWS TRAITS South Carolinian Says They Befriend the Truck GrowerAdvice to Farmers About seven years ago a few of the Knglish sparrows took up heir abode with us For two tears I paid hut little at tent ion to the little birds hut seeing so much abuse of them in various paper I began to observe them closely ays J W atria in the Columbia ante Consequently I think that dye years of close observation has enabled me to tied out the good as well as the bad traits of these birds They do not do half as much damage as the much beloved pro reefed mocking bird lie eats the lest strawberries the best rasp berries the best grapes and the ripest figs I taste say Mr Mock lug Bird feasts on the nicest fruits jut of my garden from the middle f April till September But that is all rlhthe eats insects too Now the poor little despised English sparrow does not touch trout He eats sunflower and sor ghum seed So much for his de structive abilities I will stun nothing but actual fuels In de f case of these birds They destroy thousands of destructive worms The destructive velvet worm is a favorite food for the sparrows Another important fact is that they feed their young on the lar- a of the Irish potato beetle I have watched them day utter play feeding their young The lit lie birds are the soul of regularity Promptly at two oclock in the afternoon and at five oclock they feed their young I did not notice Mio morning hour of feeding At feeding time the parent birds de tended in flocks in the Irish pots to patch anil picked the larvae for their young There are no other birds that I know anything about j Hint eat the Irish potato hettIutiany stagy of existence hero observing birds null their linbits aIlIllJlIft so far as the op portunlty ottered itself and I know I have never seen any but I the English sparrow emit time Irish potato beetle- So far from being a nuisance the English sparrow ioneof the best EveryfarmerEnglish sparrows about his barn CLUB WITH A MORAL iTHIS Future Punishment of Lost Souls Seen II in Pastimes of Members of Queer I Organizationr I In theeitv0ffegnniglilpalion- Itn na is a club whose members 1i live in comfort and I nlhux try I- Iremtchers striving to turn men from their sums used to draw lurid pictures of till torments of the wicked A bitter theologian of the middle ages is credited I Imps unjustly with tile assert folt that among the pleasures of the saved in Heaven would be the spectacle of the torments of the damned in hell Anyone who wishes to see that kind of a picture or who frets that he would take pleasure in such a spectacle has but to visit that club in Tegucigalpa timid attentive ly consider wham t lie sees there surd why its members are there Every mina of them betrayed n financial trust and has tledfroin the consequences of his guilt her cause he was afraid to face them and strait to die They know they cannevergohomeexcept into pris on The life they tare with till its is11ierelydcnthin dead to honor dead to nil that makes life worth living They hun bartered everything for ashes old dust Tothe thoughtful neat who contemplates that club in Teguci galpa and considers why it exists and why its members are there anti belong to it and the price they have paid for their death in lift ir must indeed seem that he has a glimpse nt the future punishment of lost souls Most of the members are absconders from the United States Different What causes you to believe hat she loves you tt IrllInVI should consider that proof Hint slit doesnt love you Hut I stole the kiss from her chum Houston Post TURN PRUNES TO VINEGAR- Oregon Farmers Discover New Source of Acetic FluidPoor Ar ticle Used The best vinegars are made from fruit juices and heretofore apples have beet the chief source of supply with an occasional re ort to pears In Oregon however It humus been discovered that prunes can he uti lized fur the manufacture of vin incolorhigh acetic content In its manu facture only the undersized and otherwise unsalable prunes art used the normal fruit being too valuable for this purpose The prunes are llrst washed anti then run through a crusher which reduces them to a pulpy IIIUSK which is then inoculated with a pure culture of a Hjdeillcveast or Nanism This causes a strong and rapid fermentation which results in breaking down time fibrous pulp reducing it to a clear juice which is collected timid fermented in open barrels Upon complete fermentation which takes about ten days and which yields ten per cent of alto hot the juice is reinociilated with a pure culture of vinegar ferment such as the familiar mother The only objection to prunt vinegar is its very dark color in which feature it resembles malt vinegar but as the latter finds ready market in some parts of Ih country it is belled othersuperi or qualities of prune vinegar will more than outweigh this ohjec tion =n sTO Eix4Bean the1hs Kind You Have Alwars Bourt SJDttor 4pat catu CONFIDENTIAL LE fre TER wril before worth obtain PATENTS THAT PAY and help inventors to encccM Send model photo or ikftcb And we lend IMMEDIATE FREE REPOftT ON PAT RegltendWI at EOSCOT 7th St WASHINGTON D C SURE CURE For AH Diseases 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Fridry morning Hot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Cars withou- change Chicago to Hot Springs with connections at Memphis fror Cincinnati and Louisville Through Dixie Flyer SItCiiJl Car Line St Louis to Jacksonville via Nashville Chattanooga and Atlanta Mexico California Special tours of Mexico and Cali fornia via the Illinois Central anti New Orleans under the auspicics o Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday Feb 23rd for Mexi co and California the lost to include a stopover at New Orleans for tin Mari Gras Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullman with dining car ser vice Facinating trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to California Excursion cars through to Los Angeles and Srnfran cisco as follows Via New Orleans and the southern route every Friday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago Full particulars coccerning all of the above can be 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thettoekyhosemina t olle IIrnlu lIon HtndenU run enter nt any time No riles lion For full mrtlcnlini ffriirillnR imr of nr Stboo rlllIrd 0 nr The Morse lnlallllU School rr of t Cincinnati Ohio UICDIPjAtlanta Ca xarknnaTex San i i ROUGH RIV R- 1ELEPIIOU COMPANY IIIII NEEDED ItocklMlninuxMntfljrnpon The Rongh River Telephone Co operatebyj reasonable rates Prices for toll ser cxIImiles 15cts 45 miles 15 cts c I W A CHANDLER Gen MFr Hartford Hyi J W OBANNON LocafMgr- Benver j Dam Ky itTEnThe e liocGuuanti j- t + la cU III Jaishould J Dra GE Ji Vi l JED L 1 fi1trJIJ r1cljvncp f1 iinfl itd bicycleTon saS05with Cnnntor lkacl Puncturelcss Tires P3llcstmike or inoiH yettront aJ oncthinl beeit H Wo 7P ON APPROVAL C O D to DAYSF8ublIlnHM tt v a Mcyvix l1IIJOIl ha Titters totS our FACTORYV TireeqYIN e SuaJri C Ii of in tul liiforiaation tur I PUNGTUReK1PR19 TiRES Regular prloo Onn per pair 7woYou a Sample 1 jAIL ciss Pair for Only our AIR NO MORE TROUBLE ren PUNCTURES Result of 15 years osiierlinp H lire msklnpr i I No dan yor from THORiiif CACTUS I PiNSNALSTAOKSozC1ISSeSerums punctured liku hueiiioiml tail cut i CUll bo llko any other tire RIDING STRONG HEALING for Cstalosuc T tliowbif nil kind and makta of tlron at KM Ir pair and UPalw GOUIllflk lltlltun Win P and lll y lc Sundries at half tire usual pricea rublxT t and irltn II and II This llro will nllati nnvollwr make sfi 111111111 Easy Itlillnr Wo wilt C 0 0 ON APPROVAL AD EXAMINATION wtkaut u cent ilff UV will allow e onth tllaacunt f 5 Ibrrrby tbo price UM per pair It yo- g send full amuti with order to bo returned at our It nut satisfactory o- otembIUtan CYCLE GO JL CHICAGO ILLa e Southern Raiway Shortest ani Fastest Lines JIJ O Lexington anJ Louisville 1 ooisoo Wesi- hC Two trains daily ns follows Leave Lexington G10 a in LouI isviIk 900 n m nrrive at St Louis 612 p m Carrying vestibuled coaches and Cafe Observation Par for Car Meals n la carte through without range 1 Leave Lexington 530 p m Lou isville 1015 p m arrive 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For sale in Hartfonl Ky by J I Williams druggist i F i 1 t od jwrtil 0 OUR Nf YORK i WEEKLY LETTER Int ArrivedAn En1 hman With Ono Hundred and Fifty Suit Seta the Fashions In Ties Inoue a woimui stnwlpolnl there does nof seem to bo ninth wliliuslcnl bitSa cvrtiiin KiiKllshniun with mil Putts well what of uxtraviigmice thou And one of his rl1l1sIt Is yet to lie proved whether It will heroine n fuslilon wns ticGof of collar to be seen It brings to 6tie old fiiRliloiiiHl stock that swathed the aristocratic necks of our greet Briiiidfatlurs only with them there were no stilt ttgh collar put only thu softest nod tlniwt of mechlln Time pastel slmdox still continue to he very popular In four In 11atltlP land nt all time of the day there fire wmrtho softest pinks hunters green liullotropo anil palo lavender Indeed HO viirktl ore the roioro that any ono Is Cushion nhlii liven the Rtnldext old jMiillcinnu who oeldoin departs from his beloved black Is coen day litter day with n smart tie of hunters green which he half apologizes for wearing IromIi fourinhands are to he teen averywhero either In two and a quarter aftern1 squares and puff Mm pox In black white 1ll1llOlonllIlIk uhe worn by the best drearer Hut when It comes to fiKliilRlnjr really natural love of color whlrh on the street Dud In full or semi evening TilE LATEST IN IlATIIllOTlEa FOR MEM AltB THOSE MARS OF BILK FIMHHED TKltltT CLOTII dress Is given up to women Just make n tour some afternoon among the Leah bauble shops There you will see the moat elaborate bathrobes and lounging robes all done up In stunning colors One baudftomo lounging robe which looked as if It might be a garment of state It was so heavy and rich wns made of beautiful Xcmmnnh silk which with other expensive quniltlcs Is soft and thick It was black and lined with the palest lavender taffeta having n wide turn down collar nod fastened nt the ncclr and wnlst with lavender cords Several others almost ns rich looking were of heavy brocaded cut velvet In pale gray and deep crimson looking warm and comfortable enough to make a tired business noun longfor Ills pipe ills easy chair nod n mngaxlne by time tire Another nod with luxury written in READ THIS Symsonia Ky March 30 1903 Dr Fl W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I would like to become your agent for the sale of your med icine in this neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life of one man whom two doctors had given up to die and there is none of your medicine sold nearer than fifteen miles of this place- so I would be pleased to hear from you concerning the agency as soon as possible ED DRAFFEN Symsohia Ky A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wpnder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidI eys and bladder In both men and women Regulntes bladder trouble In children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receiptof 100 One small bottles two months treatment and seldom fails tp cure any of time above- mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr EV Hail sole manufacturer P 0box W office 31 Olive Street S r YR hF- t p r wFff r1 a it every laid rIts ntnplo rjlrllT was n robs of Ino lilnck broadcloth lined with rich pluld looking ever so warm unit comfortable Cut tin most scrrlccaMc waw n hath robe of rumprized white cheviot with brood variegated stripes running to time deep hem It wns lined with terrycloth nnl hail deep cuff and n turn down colin I of the same Thin with the hcnvy white cord lit the waist was ever so useful and could easily bo wnsbcd DurliiR tbse Inst few weeks of such fflorloii weather that New York Is nl most tiiniirlsed out of Itself there hast not beta much use for rill overcoats- f and only n few are seen In the auto mobiles nnd uutoraobllliiK has become such n universal fashion that Its lava tree have fads amid fancies which lire very changeable Alaska dogskin and Itusslan calf coats all heavily lined are very papa 1tar for motoring One of tho oddest yet most beautiful things this week wns pepn one very slay day It was a gen tiemans Imported umbrella The lion die was of purest Ivory wrought III n UttleTfOntal carvings tlio flgures were hide ous but done with such exqulfilto work nmhshlp that It mode the whole nnnl most Invaluable gift NO BRIDESMAIDS Miss Roosevelt Would Have to Have to Many of Them Washington Jan 13While eVe I erybody has been wondering when 9bfisg Alice Roosevelt would begin se I riously to think of her trousseau and would go to New York to give or dersnnd make purchrsers she has been going quietly back and fourth to Bltimore doing just that very thing unobserved Baltimore has long held an enviable reputation for good shops and mod isties and one of its chief CQUturies has a branch establishment here where Mrs Roolevelt and Miss Alice get many of their growns and coats Though having traveled half round the world and having been re ceived like a royal princess Miss Alice is still Democratic in her ideas and loyal to her own county Miss Roosevelt has definitely de cided too about the matter of bridesmaids There will be none for as she says Who could I have and who could she have without pretty nearly filling the eats room with girls If she should ask Miss Jean Reid daughter of the American ambassador to the court of St James for instance in the same rank would be Miss Root daughter of the scretary ofstate Miss Hitchcock daughter of another cabinet officer and so it would be with every girl selected In her rank would be several others who would naturally expect the same honor and so the bridesmaids will be eliminated Miss Ethel Roosevelt her young sister may be her maid ofhonorWhether Mr Longsworth will have any ushers is still a debatable question as ushers are of course not distinctly necessary at a house wedding HOMECOMING WEEK Outline of tke Program of Big Event In Louisville Next June The programme for Home Com ing Week jn Louisville Juno 13 to 17 when one hundred thousand for mer Kentuckians are expected to go back to their native heath is rapidly taking shape The first day Wednesday June 13 will be known as Reception and Wel come Day the second June 14 as Foster Day the third Juno 15 as Daniel Boone Day the fourth June 16 as Greater Kentucky Day and the fifth Saturday June 15 as Until We MeetAgain The address of welcome is to be delivered by Henry Watterson and responded to by David R Francis of Missouri Others on the programme are Wm Lindsay John G Carlisle John 11 Hnrlau Thos T CrSttori don AdlaiT3 Stevenson etc There wijl be a civic and military parade on the first day and every county in the state will establish head quarters in the new Armory which is second largest building of the kind in the United States On Foster Day there will be several events in memory of the author of My Old Kentucky Home includ the unveilidg for a statue of Foster which willjajterbe cast in bronze and planed new Capitol at- Frnkfor i Boone Day wjlU lIthe pr rD If 1 lce STRONGI sic Again It what Mrs Lucy said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds10 Iofotherw ak u women art rtIImay well If you will take It Indigestion ctutii nearly all the slck nets that women hate It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risIngs belching heartburn and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat Da11crbaakmaayha jtrill Ir 10st StoTallofTiltonQfc hnuN at lb Lab I eatrpta o Dwttt- aCeaklea eA 1111 loT X W YNIUltnFINI Bargains Selected From Our Great Annual Muslin Underwear Sale The prices quoted represent a saving of from so to 33 13 per cent If the Item you require are not described In the list be low write for our special Illustrated Un derwear Catalogue full of bargains It wilt be mailed promptly Its FREE Also ask to have your name listed for our large 500 page Spring and Summer 1906 Fashion and Household Catalogue ready early In March the finest Illus trated catalogue published It correctly portrays the latest fashions of New York and Paris and gives you the opportunity of buying from the finest and largest tock of merchandise In America The book Is FREE for tho asking and will prove of great value will teach you how to dress fashionably at economy prices Huylng direct through our catalogue you are just one year ahead of the merchants In your town Remember we give same attention to Mall Orders that customers receive at the counter Womens Corset Covers Xo J1SO Cambric Corset Cover round yoke trimmed with torchon lace In tcrtlon nod edge lcNIL J12vCambric Chemise yoke formed of torchon lace Insertion and edge ribbon tow skirt finished with trimmed ruffle Olio No Jliru Nainsook Corset Cover yoke formed of Valenciennes lace and em broidery Insertion beading with ribbon drawn through and laco edge price BOc Womens Long Walking Skirts No J14O Muslin Underskirt flounce trimmed with lawn ruffle tucked and In serted with torchon lace and edge dust ruffle price 400 Xn J15 1 Cambric Underskirt flounce trimmed with numerous rows of tiny tucks torchon lace Insertion and lace trimmed ruffle dust rums priceim0- No Jir Cambric Underskirt with deep lawn flounce trimmed with hem stitched tucks and deep embroidery ruf lie dust ruffle prlccIIOoWomens Short Underskirts Xo JM7Short Cambric Underskirt with tucked lawn runic trimmed with embroidery edge prlceGUo-u J14H Short Underskirt of cam brie trimmed with tucked ruffle price Womens Drawers4eXo ji12 Cambric Drawers ruffle trimmed with tiny tucks torchon lace In lertlon and edge prlce20NIL Jllil Mullii Drawers ruffle trimmed with tuck and torchon lace edge price lO- oWomens Nicht Gowns Xo 1111 Nainsook Gown yoke of smbroltlery Insertion embroidery beading with ribbon drawn through featherstitch Ing nnd Valenciennes lace edge sleeves Dnlshcd with featherstltchlng and lace trimmed lawn ruffle flrlcQ01cyo JU2Cambrlc Gown yoke trim med with torchon lace Insertion and edge sad satin ribbon bow sleeves finished with hemstitched lawn rune price 40o- Xn j114 Muslin Gown yoke formed sf tiny tucks rows of embroidery Inser lion and ruffles sleeves finished with embroidery edge prlceIIOe R H MACY a CO BROADWAY NEW YORK be one of the features of the week during which there will be sewing bees apple parings corn huskings dunces The Commercial Club has offered a hansome medal to the per son present on Daniel Boone Day who can prove the closest relation ship to the great pioneer On Great Kentucky Day there will be bar beetles campfires etc rind orators will bo given the opportunity to tell how Kentuckians have helped make other States greater by their having lived in them On Sunday former Kentuckians will fill all tnepulpits in Louisville Send names and addresses of any former Kentuckians you may know to R E Hughes Secretary Commercial Club Louis Lt I CumbelandII TELEPHONEI ineretnothing the matter with uiy business I have the Cumber i land Telephone In my rehldence and i place of business My business bas Increased and my wifes voice is never heard to grumble About the Tck phone Yours for gcort service end entltmanly competition AlA PRTH Mgr Ohte Countyr4ClrcultCiertTF lllrkbncl Judge Den D llln oAttorn T Oscar Mldktn Jailer Ed 0 ItsrrnH Clerk Frank I Felix Matter Coir ml8 lonerY L Moseley TrmteeJuryFund n r II Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputy SheriffS A llratcber L 1 Crowder E It fagan Jo It Itobtrti tConrtconrent flnt MOD day In March end August and continues three weeks and third Monday In May and November two weeks County ConrtW IlTnjrlor Judge W8 TlndfjacrkiK M Woodward Attorney Hart foul VCourt convenes Drat Monday In each mouthQuarterlyCoartDeglni oath third Monday In April July October and January Court of Claims Convenes first Monday in Jan nary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Officers NMozler Surveyor Bhreie x M W Leach A ne iorlob Roy James DeWeesr School Superintendent Hartford Otrome Allen CoronerJlno7iaotlc Coiatto N Aarram leaver Dam March H June 23 September 24 December 2- 1IviMlllerltosineMarch26June 23 Sep ember 23 December 20 W8lIean Dnndre Marrh JT June 26 Sep tember SO December J7 W R Edge Fordnvlllo March 28 June Sf September Derem ber 28 BCbambcrlatn Ileda Mnrch 29 Jane 1I4September 28 December 29 Herbert Render Centertown March 30 June t September 2 December SO John Mlles Rockport Marih 31 Juno 30 Sep tember SO December 3- 1Slortford 3cllc Court R R Wedding Judge City At torney 8 I Barnett Marshal Court con Tenes second Monday In eachmoath Zl HeioM Carrrlcw M E Chnrcb South Services third Sunday each month atllamand Tpmand secon Sunday at 7 pm Prayer mtetlngeTery Wednes day evening Rev J A Lewis Pastor Baptist Chnrcb Services held Saturday nigh j before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday end Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev A D Gardner pastor C P Chnrch Services lint Sunday In eacb month at 11 am and 7 pm Rev J D liar ned pastor School Trustees Hartford CM Crow J 8 Glenn Dudley Ford D E Thomas Dr E B Itndleton City CouncllJ II William Mayor Clerk R E L Slmmerman DrE B PendletonA D White Wm Fair WnBean 3r J W Taylor aecretSoc1eUe A O U W meets lint and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No STG F ft A Masons firs Monday nIght III each month Hartford Tent No 99 Knights of the Mace bees every Thursday night Rough River LodgeKollOKnlghtsol Pjthle meets every Tuesday night 1reeton Morton Post No 4 0 A R hold reg nlar meetings Saturday beforeflMt Sunday In earn month THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a r mannerAnOpportunity t We wants a marlin this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON MachineaWe can offer exceptional induce ments to someone who commands a- horseandwagonand can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca- pableofdeve1opment into a permanent and profitable business + WRITE AT ONCE Wheeler Wilson Mfgeo 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CHICAGO 0- i P Be4 11tv t J1 I 4 ttat I Cakes made with Royalr I Baking Powder t Are delicious and wholesomea perfect cold weather breakfast food Made in the morning no yeast no Ie set tngover night never sour never cause in digestion To make a perfect buckwheat cake and a thousand other dainty dishes see the Ie Royal Baker and Pastry Cook Mailed r free to any address ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK H U j Hartford Republican 19iGREAT CANALS OF EUROPE trance Has Nearly 3000 Miles of Waterways nnd 4700 Mlles of Improved Rivers Since the war with Oormany in 187071 the canal system of Franco Juts been improvedllIlIIl enlarged at the cost of about 5000110000 That country bus over 51000 miles of canals and nearly 4701 miles t of rivers so improved for purpos es of navigation that they are in large measure nil ldeial water ways The great network of Trench canals is all goveruthent property and tolls are not charged says the Cleveland LeaderIn thu tUft of improve meats in internal waterways t mainly rivers in the decade from 4 38110 to 180U both years inclusive was nearly 750000011 In re cent years the development of goneftmany important projects remain to bi carried out The IChincand I1 the Pests are to be connected by n canal Merlin is to be made much more truly seaport than it is now tie upper Danube is to be joined with the Rhine and other vast improvements lire to be nn dlIlnlIIII advanced countries lave drjAustriaHungary has approved a jirojeet for the connection of the Danube with the Oder and tilt i t mately through the Oder to the lband eastward to t lie Vistula fit till expense of off tIItOQp Russia is seriously considering till opening of a ship canal between the Illacl sea nUll tits ISaltic The Ilel4ami the unit rtiiking would involve comparatively few engi neering problems It Is a 11I1glIII mnueyFIt Russias financial burdens but there is nn doubt of its fenwiliilit v and it will yet hIulIlI n fuel All through Knropc the canal mid I lie canalized river are more i valued Hum such waterways tverc a few years ago The railroad is w no longer looked upon ns the de stroyer of inland waterways It i perceived that both IIII tail ways and I he canals and rivers will be needed to meet the needs r l of trade and industry r i Sheriffs Afterthought t The late Ralph T Holt of Keene X 1t win served many 4 teriusas slierill of the county haul a habit of using I he words by the way before addressing a person or commencing a conversatioii One morning in the sixties in opening a session of the court the sheriff arose front his seat nod in bis usual dignified manner pro ceeded according to custom by re pealing the following Hear ye Ilea ye AIL yi who have nay thlllg to do with the court of com 1non 4 pieasrIK4CCOIIH fir forward V A t + cs and you shall be heard neeosTitti to Insthis point besot down IIII11IUIIIIto his feet and looking fixedly a till judge he exclaimed I5y tII way God woe the stateButOil halalsIntoru I Irlth Wit- H 11 Thompson of Pitts1 burg tells a story illustrating the inborn Irish trail for quick wit lie was preaching in a Michigan town On Sal urday the women of the congregation were busy trim tiling up the church I strolled1 iIIsays Rev JlrThompsonand Katie Martin was decorating the pulpit I noticed some lacks1 strewn about the floor and joeu i lady advised Katie to be very care fuj to pick up till the tacks whet slits was through with her work You know Katie I said that if I should step on one of those tacks tight in the middle of the sermon there is no telling what might hap pen Faith ye wouldnt lingo long on that point said Katie without cracking a smile No Use for It I AgentI am introducing new cookbook madam The price is only f S cents and Lady interrupting doing My husband is a lotIIChicago Daily News j Lucky Men- The i luckiest nun we know are1 the men who had souse enough to work hard live frugally and keel sweetICALLS ANTHEMS RUBBISH Power of the Songs of Nations to Stir the Blood Not Seen by Sir Elgar j Musicians tad especially com posers rarely can bring them selves to understand the popular sentiment about tousle If they express their own cultivated per imps sometimes overcultivated sentiment in th compoBitions they often overshoot the markji Ieir productions are too high too icflned for the popular compre tension On the other hand if they deliberately condescend for the purpose of hitting the popular taste tad making money by ItIthey deliberately condescend for New York Mail The composi lions produced under this motive tire holluw and base and Ihepco pie instinctively rceoguie them is such The attitude of the professional musician toward popular music is illustrated in the opinion of Sir Idnltld Elgar the foremost of living English composers with regard to national anthems He maintains that thesn patriotic songs sue an a rule rubbish The rhyme the sentiment and in spun instnnccH the iniiHic ho says are vile His point seems to be hat the people hove never called a hue anthem lute being as a di icct response to their national feelings and aspirations Even if they have a good turn for their anthem he says it Is likely to bo borrowed from comebody else All this may be truo and yet we fancy that there is something iu the power of most of our modern national anthems tint transcends s the Influence of association and of early training Ve confess for instance the beauty of the fins shah nnd Austrian anthems byeni ploying their tunes for church hymns which have become very popular We confess the beauty of the English anthem by setting to it words which are by no mean III1IjIInblood independently of its words The Yacht am lUieln may to some of us have Inmost an aifectit thou of bumptiousness und a sug gestion of a heart throb stimulat lipilift edged Kven the Cubans have a tine melody in their Mayiimero There must Move been something like tin evolution an instinctive mull nneonsiiious movement of popular preference toward a mel ody that expressed their sentij men in the process which result ed iu the choice of these various anthems under varying eondi t 101lRImid the power of longreinem bered thrills can transform a low1 born melody into a song of the highest inspiration as It hug i transformed Anacreon in Hear III illto TIll Star Spangled Uanl art The 1111111 who heard the sol littnflton San loan while the beaten enemy was lurking in his trenches full yards away or the child into whose hllllll hI has pnnrrd his nova panel lK1lIlytsimnylhinghnbhishy Vllhl Washer onITheir houses and sur roumlings nit generally dirty hut in personal cleanliness they rank with jkople of modern civilization They bit I he every lily heir clot lies are invariably fresh and the men shave daily while their hoods nnd llngernalls are as Immaculate as If they hall just come from the manicure In some parts of tliOji country however Chinese neat ijness is looked upon with doubtful favor Last summer a unrulier of i university students took vacation Jobs on a great California ranch land one of the number recently said that their habits of personal cleanliness were a source of great amusement to the olhlrI hands Youre regular China men said one of the hoods with goodnatured contempt always washing yourselves Youths Companion IWhat Affects the Hearing Yeast They say that cold af fects the hearing more than heat 1111115Iharder on the hearing than hot air Yonkers Stalesntati- SNAKEHUNTING FOR SKINS WhichIof Wisconsin rTiiuting rattlesnakes for Ileir skins hits furnished a new and hazardous occupation for many men who reside among the hills sold rocky bluffs of the upper Mis souri volley in Wisconsin whIt the rattler attains perfection as to size nod color The snake must be hlkn olive foul rlccilpilnlyd before he has an opportunity to Btrke himself for sure the deadly poNnn its injected the skin lusts Ito hI and value The price paid for perfectly tanned skins is about 1 each and ill add Ilo11 the oil uhlahued fllllll the snake commands a high prier from its supposed Value as a cure for iiiiimiti iii fwd kindred dir eases Karh rattler captured alive means about 150 to the hunter Among the most successful hunters is Alfred lohnson who possesses many large mud beauti fill skins Ills latest capture was nearly seven feet long and carried 19 I rattles Mr Johnson hums suc ceeded in domesticating n large number of young rattlers which allow him to handle them as lie will tad follow at his call like welltrained puppies lie has now a colony of nearly 80 rattlers all of which seem to bid him a welcome whenever he ap pears but they have no welcome for strangers rht I1iQil urinalnnrkungnRY t n x i j 9 9 Greatest Subscription 1 Proposition Ever Offered I yenrII I I Regular prier of 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thorough instruction in Shorthand Typewriting Bookkeeping and other commercial branchesFor information nod cata logues addressI IS GRAY HnrtforcIKy w Mr Johnson null his snakes in be seen takings stroll in till vicii ity of his home and it is ncedli or to add that they are given eiuin possession of the immediate neigh borhood and are undisturbed In fact these outings lure becoming the souses of considerable com plaint from citizens who fail U see any attraction III the colony nnd the probabilities are that In will soon be obliged to seek a more secluded spot for his snake farm REYNOLDS- Jan 16T P Royal and family who have been visiting relatives at Hartford and Sunnydale returned home Sunday Rev H J Brandon filled his re gular appointment at the Christian church here Saturday night and Sun dayMrs T P Royal visited Mrs Jane Royal and daughter Monday James Guy and wife Sugar Grove arc visiting relatives here this week C C Evans has moved to his farm near Fordsville Rev C C Dunn has moved 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