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I t tl = atiJt Jartf r tpnblicttnnu nebWork a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription I a Year u np VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KYM FRIDAY JANUARY 26 1906 No 28t WASHINGTON LETTER Secretary Root Discussed Con sularsystem itsAbuses Etc Nonsense to Send a Commission to China to Study Exist ing Conditions Secretary Root while appearing before the Appropriation Commit tee qf the House this week took oc casion to say a few timely words on the consular system He pointed out facts that ought to be perfectly well known to Congress at large hut which considering the way that the consular bill has been emasculated in the Senate would seem either to be unpleasant truths to which Congress would rather shut its eyes or j l j else facts in which they do not be 4lieve Here ate some of the things that Secretary Hoot said The American consulates in many places are in bad shape Congress knows the conditions and the reasons as well as anyone The consular service has been from long custom made the stronghold of the spoils system and has been used as a berth into which to shove any eminently respectable citizen who had outlived his usefulness elsewhere and who needed to be taken care of The object of the consular services and consular salaries seems to have been to pay political debts and not to put live Americans abroad to foster American trade The important clerkship in foreign consulates have + too often been held by natives of the counties to which the consuls were accredited and not by Americans this to the detriment of American trade The provisions of the consu ar reform hill for the examination of young men and promotions based on senority and ability have been stricken out by the Sepate and while some provision importance have been left in it is a question whether even the amended bill will pass see This is a pretty severe arraignment of Congress coming as it does from the Secretary of State who is admittedly a good business man and a lawyer and one who knows condi tions both at home and abroad The worst ofit is that it is all true The Senate regards the consular service as to good a repository of debt paying patronage to want to see it re formed And that is the secret of amendments to the consular bill just when the whole country is clamor ing for a reform in the service and r when the State Department is doing its best to furnish the reform a 1 Secretary Root did not lose the opportunity to unburden himself oft a few thoughts in regard to China too He said that it was arrant nonsense to send a commission to China to study the existing condi tions Said he If you gentlemen want to come up to the State De partment we can bury you so deep in Chinese reports that you wont dig out for a week They are re- t ports too made by the consuls in China and by men who have had al most a lifelong acquaintance with t China and the Chinese language and customs What we want is not more information but more action The r Chinese exclusion law is wrong in principle and has been harshly and unjustly administered The Presi dent has attended to the administra tion end of it and there will hence I fourth be much less to complain oft in that line But the law itself is twrong Wo do not want to let China into this country but we 1wanta law that will keep them out S and wllnotat the same time work as an insult to the respectable Chi f nese merchants business men and studentswho comeover here That L M 11 1d a matter that Congress wilt hate to deal with We went the law JjusHy and humanely administered r tM1 but we want a new law at the same Itll11C e k Keep Commission report one method of the Agricultural Department in collecting crop statistics has been submitted to the President I and now all that is needed is Con- gressionali action to clinch the good work that has already been begun The report is the result of months whereIthsome remedies It also reccommeuds the transfer of acreage reports to the Census Bureau This last is a matter that will have to be dealt with by Congress since the making of the reports by the Agricultural Depart ment is fixed by law The Secretary of Agriculture says that some of the changes and improvements in meth od that have been suggested by the commission have already been put in force The Secretarys conten tion is that the work of the Department since the reorganization of the Bureau of Statistics has been accur ate and satisfactory He says he is willing to make improvements if they arc pointed out to him but leaves the inference that he has not found any such suggestions in the Commissions report- DISAPPOINTED IN LOVE McLean County Man Writes Note Sweetheart Then Ends Ills Life Calhoun Ky Jan 24 Henry Casey a welltodo farmer of this county shot himself at the home of Frank McDaniel Sunday night at 9 oclock but his body was not dis covered until this morning The suicide is supposed to have been caused ha love affair as in the young mans pocket was found a pote addressed to his sweetheart which reads as follows You prob ablyknow why darling I do this crime I have told you so often that I couldnt endure the refusal of my proposal I love you and cant help it and owing to our past trou ble in love affairs we will separate forever in this life I hope to meet you in heaven I Before killing himself Casey visit ed the home of Mr McDaniel where his love lived The young people had been engaged for several months and were to have been marriedat an early date The young woman it is said however put off the ceremony several times and the lover believing that she had turned against him became despondent lie left Mr McDaniels house late Sunday afternoon and the mem bers of the family did not know anything of the suicide until they found the body of Casey near the gate of his sweethearts home with a bullet wound from a thirtyeight caliber pistol through his breast The wea pon was found by his side Key Stone Chapter No 110 Entertains An elaborate dinner was served by the Royal Arch Masons of Hartford last Saturday night at the New Commercial hotel It was a decided social success and will no doubt be very beneficial to the local chapter The affair was presided over by Roy al High Priest W S Tinsley While no regular toasts were pro vided for upon being called on in teresting and timely talks were made by Rev G J Bean J C Riley Dr E W Ford R Holbrook and T J Smith Those present were Companions- G J Bean E W Ford W H Moore T J Smith E P Thomas W S Tinsley R Holbrook John T Moore Wayne Stevens R B Mar tin John Holbrook R R Riley Ell Crabtree Sam PhillipsC P Keown French Vickers J C Riley C M Barnett and Mesdames W H Moore T J Smith E P Thomas W S Tinsley R Holbrook R B Martin John Holbrook R R Riley Inez Ward Sam Phillips C P veown J C Riley C M Barnett Eliza Hudson John King teYl t KENTUCKY SCRIBESI Held Important Meeting at States IQlpltal Entertained By Business Mens Club The midwinter meeting of the heldIatfifty pencil pushers in attendance The association met at 11 oclool Tuesday morning withPresident E A Gullion of Henry county in the chair Mr Gullion is also a member of the Legislature Mayor E E Hume welcomed the delegates to Frankfort Mayor Clarence E Woods of Richmondresponded The association was entertained I1t luncheon at the Elks Home and the sessions were held in the Frankfort Capitol Theater Manager Lalee of the Frankfort Street Car Company took the delegates to the site of the Capitol building late in the after noonJames H Ends of Harlan county a tipical mountain editor delivered an interesting address on newspaper development in the mountains at the close of which a vote of thanks was extended to him for his share in developing the Kentucky mountains The value of the district association was discussed by A D Miller of Richmond who is Secretary of the Eighth District Publishers As sociation Lew Brown was to have discussed the subject of needed advertising legislation In his absence a gener al discussion was held led by Green Kellar of Carlisle and W B Halde man of Louisville President Patterson of the Ken tucky State College paid a glowing tribute to Kentucky editors referr ing to them as molders of public opinion and doers and undoers of men He ended his splendid ad dress by extending a most cordial invitation to the scribes to meet in their regular session next Summer in Lexington with headquarters at the State College The Association was treated to an intellectual feast Tuesday night by William Lightfoot Visscher of Chi cago and A Y Ford of Louisville Gov Beckham presided over the night session and added to the fifnd of numerous entertainment In introducing Mr Ford whose subject was NewspapersPoliticians and Machines Gov Beckham said I am acquainted with a good many newspapers and a few politicians but am unfamiliar with machines Mr Visscher delivered an address replete with reminiscences of Ken tucky forty years ago humorous poetic and philosophical Mr Ford spoke glowingly of Kentuckys op portunity and commercial develop ment and closed with a plea for greater progress Lieut Gov Thorno in response to repeated calls entertained the assembly a few moments in sparkling wit and Ar chitect Frank Andrews explained the purpose of his request for an additional 1000000 appropriation for the State Capitol You can get three grades of corn meal at Fords Mill roller unbolted roller bolted and oldfashioned burrh 27tf JW Ford Prop- TichenorStevens A At the residence of the brides father Mr N G Bennett on January 23rd at 3 oclock p m Mr L B Tichenor was united in marriage CalIvertThe bride is a daughter of Mr W G Bennett and sister of the Hon A S Bennett is quite an estima ble lady and a lovable and kind despo jition has won for her many friends while Mr Tichenor is a prosperous young farmer and has a host of friends who join in wishing him and his bride a happy and prosperous fu ture Death of Judge Newton Judge Ben F Newton diedof pneumonia fever at his residence x DONT NEGLECT A COLD Neglected Colds Lead to Consumption i Miss Lillian Powell Aurora Ind writes Last spring I caught severe cold from getting out In the rain and In a day I had a most miserable It thinking It would soon leave me But It bung to I felt somethingmust be done as my condition Perunarnhad heard so much about and In Its i and began talcing It regularly I was gratified to the cold and cough was broken up and three weeks re C stored my usual good health Lillian Poll ell Druggist Almanac near Buford last Sunday night after a short illness He was a splended type of honest citizenship and his loss will be keenly felt by his neigh borhoodIn he was elected County Judge in the memorable exciting three comrade race in he was the Democratic nominee Z C Sharp the Republican and Rev Humphrey representing the Greenback party He made a faithful and competent official but did not offer for reelect ion when his time was out being succeeded by Judge C W Massie His funeral and burial took place at Mt Carmel Tuesday and was at tended by a large concourse of sor rowing friends Obituary Judge Ben Newton was born the 8th day of April 1831 was married to Helen Mary Chinn the 23 of De cember 1852 To them were born born four children three girls and one boy one girl and the boy died in infancy The two remaining are Mrs Bettie Richison and Fannie the wife of John Blair There are 13 grand children and seven great grand children and his wife left to mourn his demise If there ever was a true Christian and loving fath er Ben Nowton was one He was a Confederate veteran of the 10 Ky Infantry orderly sargent for two years was Magistrate 11 years and County Judge four years He was always upright and in tall his dealings May Gods blessings rest on his family andfriends in their hour of trouble and may they meet him in the final day FANNIE BLAIR rr How Pretty Miss Powell Was Re stored to Health by Peruna which about The Adelphians open session EntertainI Literary Society was largely attended and the young t gentlemen should be I the interesting programme ren dered The debate on the subject I Resolved that Bonaparte was a greater General than Caesar was very interesting The speakers were Otto Martin McDowel Fogle Ney I Foster and George Bennett Im promptu by John Bennett was good Dialogue by Roscoe Render and I Grossie Williams received applause French selection by Joseph Cham pagne was excellent and Answers by Isaac Christian and Roy Heavrin made every body laugh Paper by Ross Bennett was quite newsy The recitation by Miss Winona Stevens piano solo by I Miss Hattie Barnett piano duet by Misses Pearl Thomas and Mary t Keown and vocal solo by Miss Hettie Riley added much to the entertainment There was also music on graphophone and by or chestra aHartford 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 is solicited J W Ford Proprietor REYNOLDS Jan 23 James Howard of Fordsville has moved to the farm of J W MaddoxIMrs Mary GUll i visited friends How Consumption Develops Nino cases of consumption out of ten occur In this way A person catches cold The cold Is not properly cured and another cold la caughtThis cold is dillydallied with either by no treatment whatever or some treatment that IB ineffectual and the cold continuesThen cold ii caught and a cough develop Cough syrups are re sorted to but they give only temporary relief By and by the patient gets tired of taking medicines and cough syrups and gives up in despair c Tho cold continues to develop and tho cough grows worse Then the doctor is called in only to discover that the patient Is in the first stages of consumption It was Just In this way that Miss Powell of Aurora Ind became sick She caught a cold and not considering it serious neglected it thinking as many others do that It would wear oil However it clung to her tenaciously and in two weeks sho found her health in a serious condition Fortunately erunahnd been brought to her notice and sho took a course of this remedy before It was too late In a week tho cough and cold were broken and a three weeks treatment completely restored her to health This is what Pernna Is doing all the while Iota day and probably not an hour passes in which some ono does not have a similar experience with Peruna Cure the Slight Colds and Avoid Consumption The first stop toward consumption Is a cold The next step is a failure to cure it promptly The third step Is the development of catarrh which gradually becomes chronic The fourth step the catarrh begins to spread from the head to tho throat then to tho bronchial tubes and finally into tho lungs It la then consumption in the first stage At any time during the progress of catarrh from the first onset of tho cold to its final settlement in the lungs Peruna can be relied upon to stop the disease If you have taken a cold buy Peruna without delay One bottle in the be ginning will do moro good than a half dozen bottles after the catarrh has fastened itself on the lungs Thousands of Testimonials- We have on file thousands of testimonials from pdople who have been cured of catarrh of the lungs by Peruna Wo can give our readers only a slight F glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorsements we are receiving every month Noother physician in the world has received such a volume of euthu stastlc letters of thanks as Dr Hartman t for leruII Ask Your n for for 1906 honorable congratulated- on Questions patronage here this week J D Farmer wife and son Clar ence were the guests of Rev C C Dunn and family Wednesday Miss Viva Royal was the guest of Miss Moody Dunn Wednesday John McCarty and wife visited Mrs McCartys parents Mr and Mrs James Howard Saturday night and Sunday P F Westerfield Jingo was the guest of F P Royal and family Sat urday night J C Royal attended the sale of Singleton Huff deceased Haynes ville Saturday Ayers 1 Falling hair means weak hair Then strengthen your hair feed It with the only hair food Ayers Hair Vigor It checks falling hair makes the hair Hair Vigor grow completely cures dan druff And it always restores color to gray hair all the rich dark color of early life Mr hair WM falling ont 1IlrlcllJwu afraid I would lot Then IldrVigor It stopped the tlllal aad made mr Baawoa hair all tolhi1to M iiNJ IDO bottle 3 0 ATIH 00 to Newell Mill dnplrllfor Falling Heir r IA HUMAN MAGNET Man Struck By Lightning Attracts All Metal Objects ILeraeor aUuolIpits h 1 Jared Jewel of Mentonne is quite low today with pnemonia but his physician G G Stown is confident that he will recover and if he does so Mr Jewel will be glad to have suffered from the accident that brought on the pnemonia because of the greater trouble that it will have freed him from A year ago last summer Mr Jewel was struck by lightning while hoe ing potatoes in his garden nail althougs he did not seem to have suffered any particular physical in jury from the shock he immediately became heavily and permanently magnetized so that he has suffered almost unbearable inconvenience from his peculiar condition His being magnetized was first observed by friends who carried his uncon scions form in from the garden where he was struck down by the lightning and who noticed that the hoe and rake he had been using stuck to him as they wonld have done to a large magnet and were dragged along after him as he was being carried His friends tried to pull them away but this could not be done and after they reached the house and were going through the kitchen to his bedroom he was sud denly jerked out of their hands and stnck tight to the stove which for tunately had no fire in it or Mr Jewell would have been consumed for he remained adhering firmly there for nearly an hour and long after he had recovered conscious ness and until the stove was broken np and picked off him piece by pieceAfter this the magnetic power somewhat abated but never left him and he was caused terrible inconven ience on account of it Knives and forks would stick to his fingers his watch was spoiled by the magnetism and when he went past any light metal object it would spring up and attach itself to him Mischievous children would tosss nails and pins against him as he walked along the street and he would soon take on a most peculiar appearance with the bright pieces of metal scattered over his clothing But a week ago his trouble culminated in his sticking fast to an iron bench out in a secluded portion of the park and there he remained all night unable to reease himself and ashamed to exhibit his plight by calling for help At sunrise however the magnetic condition suddenly left him and he was able to come away but exposure lo the night air had given him a bad cold that soon developed into the pneumonia from which he is now suf fering The soothing and comforting effect of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve when applied to Piles sores cuts etc boils subdues pain almost in stantly This Salve draws out the in flammationreduces swelling and acts nsa rubefacient thus circulating the blood through the diseased parts permitting or aidin g Nature to perma nently remove the trouble entirely Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro n Former Kentuckians Going Back Home The Louisville Commercial Club is receiving daily hundreds of names of former Kentuckians residing in other States and in different coun tries who request that invitations be sent them to Home Coming Week in Louisville June 13 to 17 The Commercial Club under whose au spicies the event will be given has already received several thousand names covering every State and territory in this Union and thirteen foreign counties The Commercial Club invites all Kentuckians to send in the names and address of any friends or relatives who now resides tslsowhore The e names should be rewardedat once to R E Hughes Louisvillesecretary Kentuckians to Honor Fosters Memory I The second dray of Home Coning Week for Kentuckians in Louis I vine June 13 to 17 will be known 1Ipewter Day when a statue of the thor of Mv Old Kentucky Home will bo unveiled The money to pay for this statue is hng contributed j by the school chil iivn of Kentucky Hie children of th Louisville public i schools have already contributed several hundred dollars Prof Jas II Fuqua Sr State Superintendent of Public Instruction has issued a let ter to all city and county superin tendents urging them to urge the teachers in their jurisdiction to ex plain the plan to their pupils and take up collection If every schoolI in the State will raise only a lars there will be enough money on hand to pay for the statue which will cost abouttl000I- ndigestion 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 into the kind of rich red blood that makes health and stren gth Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro NO DEATH PENALTY When it Applies to Woman and Children of Tender Years Frankfort Ky Jan 24The hue andcry raised over the death penalty paid by Mrs Rogers in Vermont some weeks ago led to a bill being introduced yesterday by representa J A Stevens abrogating the death penalty for women and children Some of the representatives in dis cussing this measures questioned whether such a law could declared constitutional It is declared that the death penalty were inopera tive where concerned a designing man might use her as an instrument to carry out his murderous design and feel safe for his instrument un der the law They seemed to think the law would be class legislation A Surprise Party A Pleasant surprise party may be given to your stomach and liver by taking a medicine which will relieve 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 23c at Z Wayne GriffinI3ros1 drugstore Rural Route in Kentucky According to a bulletin of the Postoffce Department Kentucky now has G20 rural routes distributed by Congressional district as follows First 114 Second 105 Third GS Fourth 71 Fifth 23 Sixth 51 Seventh 63 Eighth 45 Ninth 59 Tenth 12 Eleventh 4 During the fiscal year which end ed June 30 1D05 there was paidout in salaries to rural cm riers in Kentucky the sum of 32148299 The average salary paid to rural carriers was 5S 35 a month The average number of pieces handled per month by each carrier was 2785 and the average collections per route perm I mth were 744 The average collections are exceptionally low as compared with amajoriety of other States Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know It now To Find Out Fill A bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a by sediment or set tling Indicates an unhealthy condi tion of the kid neys If It stains your It Is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or In the is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampReotIn curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability passinIIwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity ef being compelled to go often during the and to get up many times during the night The mild and the ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realied It stands the highest for Its won derful cures cf the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the but Sold ty druggists In SOc andl slss You my have a sample bottled f this wonderful discovery and a book that tells more about It both sent absolutely free mall linen pain back wish day extra Address Dr Kilmer do Home of BvunpRoot Co Binghamton NY When writing men lien reading this gertrous offer In this paper Dont make any i stake but remember the name Swamp Foot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton NY on every bottle FIERCE SHARK i Attacked a Fisherman in his Boat and Almost Killed Him 1iirtlniKl 1111101110 When the Portland fishing schoon er Moses B Linscott Captain L J Miller arrived in port this afternoon she brought a badly bruisedup sail or and a monstor maneating shark which he had altar a desperto fif teenminutes battle captured oft Tantet bank yesterday morning This is one of the few cases of a maneating shark having ever been taken in these waters The big fish weighed 075 pounds and measured 7 feet 4 inches The hero or the conflict E H Miller a brother of the Captain was pulling trawls in a small dory about 500 yards from the schooner when he pulled and trawl to the surface wonderinfT at its weight and saw the big shark lying in it The fish was quiet until he saw the dory in an in stant he made a rash for it When I saw that terrible wide open mouth and four great rows of teeth my nerve left me said Mill er But I picked up a big oar to defend myself with The sharks leaps carried him away but of the water and when he struck the dory I had all I could dc to keep from being thrown out and into the water The second jump came near see ing the end of me for the big fish made such a leap that he threw him self right ocross the boat and carried her gunwhale under water at the same time hitting me a terrific blow with his tall that dazed me On the third jump by a lucky blow with my oar over the backof his neck I stunned him Another boat came to my rescue just then and together we finished him Some Curious Facts Animals to the number of nearly 70000000 are killed yearly for their fur When a fish loses any of its scales by a wound or other means they are never renewed Tne larg gest moth known is the giant Dallas found in China the wings of which measure nine inches across The wasp has been observed to waylay and rob bees while the latter laden with honey were returning to the hive Civilization does not tend to the horses longevity In the wild state he lives to be thirtysix or forty years old while the domestic horse is old at the age of twenty five yearsOn of the bears the Berne municipality has accepted a legacy of 700 left by a man for the inmates of the wellknown pits in the Swiss capital Among the insects the mot intelligent are among those of the aunt tribe while next to them rank wasps Bees climes some way lower down on toe scale Beetles are hopelessly stupid but even they are not as bad as butterflies antI moths In West Australia some farmers send their cattle for about six weeks holiday to the seaside each year The change of air and food is said to be extremely beneficial to them The grass on the coast is im pregnated with saline and has the effect of a tonic on the animals Arabian horses show remarkable courage in battle It is said that when a horse of this breed finds him self wounded and knows Instinctively that he will not be able to carry his rider much longer he quickly retires bearing his master to a place of safety while he has yet sufficient strength But ifon the other hand the rider is wounded and falls to the ground the faithful animal remains beside him unmindful of danger neighing until assistance is brought Perfection can only be attained in the physical by allowing Nature to appropriate and not dissipate her own resources Cathartics gripe weakendissipate while DeWitts Little Early Risers simply expel all putrid matter and bile thus allowing the liver to assume normal acti vity Good for the complexion Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro The Biggest String of Fish Iort ArthurTexi1 patch Wnnlilnuton Potj The records of the past fishing sea srn at Sabine Banks and off the Sa bine Pass jetties have been made up and reported by the Job Lots Fishing Club of Sabine The bigcrpsf string c f fish for one days outing was caught by Dr T N Shoemak er of Kansas City and the four lo cal fishermen who went out with him D L Burch G M Craig Frank Ireland and George Woodworth The catch was one 400pound shark three tarpon weighing lOS 101 mid i Do pounds one 90pound red snap per three jewfish weighing SO 75 and 40 pounds one 100 pound gar and a 40 pound horse mackerel Incidentally this fishing party also I landed during the day 100 Spanish mackerel 50 pompano and a score or so of red snappers running from five to ten pounds each The string of fish was caught on Sabine Banks light i MAIDEN ARREST Made By Deputy Marshall Loyal P Bennettat Caney III e Ivj Deputy United States Marshal Loyal P Bennett made his first arrest i at Caneyville last Saturday night The prisoner is John Witt Sullinger a negro who is charged j with retailing liquor without having paid the special tax Sullinger was taken to Leitchfield Sunday where the was given his examining trial j Monday Marshal Bennett went down from Louisville Saturday after noon and had his man under arrest in thirty minutes after he reached Caneyville Just Curious Tourist Whats that crowd down al the courthouse Native Oh theyre tryin the case o Sam Johnson suh Tourist Sam Johnson Why that was the man that was lynched yesterday wasnt it- NativeYaassuhbuti today some o the boys got to feelin curous to know whethah he was innocent or guilty suh- Subscribe for TiR1KKITIUICAN lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard beautiful brown or rich black Use I REMARKABLE RECORD i Of a Man who has Worked Seven ty Crops of Tobacco in Sev YearslBeginning to woik in tobacco crop at eight year of ages and not missing even one years work in seventy is the remarkable record of Ben Miller of Kirk this irmly says the Breck enridgc Ntsv Mr Miller is seventyeight years old and healthy and happy lit has never bought a piece of meat or a sick of corn because he needed it since he has been a farmer That is to say he has never been compelled to buy meat because he did not have it in his smokehouse or compelled to buy a sack of corn because there was none in the barn This cannot be said of most farmers of today A family of seven children nil set tied on farms which Mr Miller has provided them surround him at his homestead Mr Miller is in good circumstances and works for amuse meat only He possesses good health and was stout and active enough to make a full hand in the attending of his tobacco crop last year Forced to Starvo B F Leek of Concord Ky says For 120 years I suffered agonies with a sore on my upper lip so pain eatii I cured it with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its great for burns cuts land wounds At Wayne Griflin d Bros drug store Only2etc The Cause of It Barber You and your brothers are such young men I often wonder why your so bal- dSnappertonlf youll promise not to say anything about it Ill tell you Barber Oh I wont say a word Snapperlon whispering Our I hair fell out The dose is one just one pill at bedtime Sugarcoated mild certain Theycure constipation BUCKINGHAMS DYE rim en or IHIMUTI cm IL r luu tm puuci II B Fine TrainsTO Il FLORIDA VIA I So thorn Rily AND u n ro sceRo to Florida Limited leaving Louis ville 8 a in daily connects at Dan z- I yule Ky with solid trains of Pull I man Sleepers and vestibuled coaches via Chattnnooga and Atlanta arriv ling Jacksonville at SioO a m and St Augustine 10 a m next day without change Dining Car service all meals enroute I Florida Special leaving Louisville 745 p m carries observation sleeper daily except Sunday Louisville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and Atlant-a arriving at Jacksonville 8f0 p- In mill St Augustine at 10 p in next day From Danville this is solid train of Drawing Hoom Sleep ers Composite car Observation car also Dining Car serves all meals en routeVia the Land of the Sky Pull man Sleeper leaves Louisville 74ri p in daily running through to Knottsville where connection is Jmade at JT5 a in with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Ashville Columbia and Savannah arriving at Jacksonville 9 a m Winter Tourist Tickets Good returning until May itlst are now on Kilo daily at Low Rates Variable Toilrs Going via Ashville und Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Chat anooga or Vice Versa For the Land of Sky Winter Homes orolher handsomely illustrated bonk lets folders rates etc address nay agent of the Southern Railway or CHHUNGERFORD DPA KyGMpwG P A Q C Route- Cincinnati O TYPEWRITERS appeal to your sense and your senses They have the light touch which makes forIspeed and attractive writing THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANY Syracuse N Y Branch Stores Everywhere u THE PROPOSED IEW COUNT I LeichfieldGazett Stomach De mocratic Paper opposes It Make a County Democratic in a Legitimate Way says the Gazett We reproduce the following article from the Leitchfield Gazett that our readers may know the feeling in the sister county of Grayson which 1isalso to be sliced if the proposed new county is formed- A scheme is being engineered by certain property owners in and ar ound Fordsville to form a new coun ty composed of parts of Ohio Gray son and Breckenridge counties with Fordsville as the county seat It is claimed by its sponsors that they can so arrange the territory taken from these three ceunties as to make them all safely Democratic We do not know where they propose to run the line throngh the county hut we have been informal that it will take the Falls of Rough Tousey a large position of Short Creek and so much of Spring Lick voting precinct ns lies north of the railroad If this be true it will not only take some ofI tho best richest and most populous i parts of this county but it will injure the Democratic party in this county The Falls is Democratic Short Creek is the banner Democratic precinct of the county Tousey is about a set off and about all the Democrats in Spring Lick live north oj the rail road The older taxpayers residing in this territory have helped to build two court houses and a jail in the last thirty years trod all the taxpry ers have helped to build one court house since 18G Do they want to be taxed to build anothercourt house and jail But that is not all A new county means new roads new bridges another set of county rfficera another grand jury another petit jury new record books for the comity judge county clerk circuit clerk for all of which the people have to pay It is said that the new county will be largely Republican and yet it has been proposed to call itGoebel county That would be to murder him again and cause him to turn- overy in his grave and hide his face in shameKentucky has alreapy carved her 40000 square miles of territory into 119 counties a large number of which are unable to support themselves and are paupers on the general gov ernment Ohio with about the same area and more than twice the popu lation has 88 New York with only a few more square miles and more than three times the population hast counties Pennsylvania with its 44985 square miles of territory and 5302115 inlmbitans has only 51 countiesWhy we want to create an other Republican county and make another Republican member of the Legislature 0 but they are going to make Grayson county Democratic Thanks gentlemen but we are doing that ourselvesslowly maby but surely and in the only way that Democratic counties should be made by evangelizingpreaching the gospel of Democracy to the un godly and showing them the error of their ways The Constitution provides that no new county shall be created except upon petition State of Ohio City of Toledo 1ss Lucus County Frank 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 De cember A D 1886 i 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- stipationp 1 New Record of Indiana Nw York sun Indiana is the only state which has n Arc You Tired Nervous arid Sleepless NWOIIHIIPIM snit sleeplessness nro us ually duo tt tho fact urn nut fId on properly nourishing blood PlerohlllIrich hliHMl and theroliy thn nerves urn oftheyoufeeltoned up and InvlRiiralisI and you urn Rood eHithofoall of physical or mental work the strength and In huttingTho icines which have a large booming rain for a short time IK that they are largely composed of alcohol holding drugs In Million Till shrinks up tho red blood cor tiscles md In the long run Itrla In IIrflI tho nystum One may feel exhilarated sad better for the thou being vitalitydecreased EveryIxdllnItalic iif Jlimaitu In a full lint of all Its several Ingredient For tho druggist to offer you somrlhhlg ho claims Is as good Is to 11I lIlt your Intelligence eno Into tho OlllcolryhliM mint of tho leading medical authorities of all thn ncvcral fchoolfl of No other nusllclnn sold through druggists for like putltnsoe has au such endorsement Jolden Medical Discovery not only pruducns all the good effects to ho obtained from the raw of Gulden Seal root In all stomach liver nod bowel troubles as In ilyciHpsla biliousness con Ftlpntlon of ftomach and and kindred ailments hut thn rllmlMllilldIIIIt tion by other Ingredients such as Stone root lllack Cherrybnrk Hlixxlnxit Mandrake root and chemically pure triple rellned glycerine Thu Common Sense Medical Adviser fs sent fren In palter coven on receipt of SI unptviii Ma tho custof mall ing For alstamps the clotlHmund volume will Im sent Addrns Ur It V 1lercn llnfTalo N Y Dr 1lercos 1leasant lell U cure con stipation blllousnrss nod headache I a solid delegation of college bred men in the two houses of Congress Heretofore the state which ranked highest in this particular was Massa chusettsThe of Massachu setts in the Senate from very early hays were college graduates and the same applied to the Massachusetts delegation in the lower house too Of the present delegation from Mass achusetts two members were educat ed at Harvard two at Dartmouth two at Amherst two at the Boston University and two at West Point and Annapolis hour members of the delegation were not educated at any university or collegiate institu tionrfour out of fourteen The Indiana men however have an unbroken record of collegiate ed ucation The representative of the Evansville district as well as the rep resentatives of Muncie and Mt Ver non districts were educated at the Indiana University The represnta tive of the South Bend district was educated at Ann Arbor the repre sentative of the Rushyille district at Depauw University and the repre sentatives of the other Indiana dis tricts in various other institutions of learningOf Yorks representatives in the present House 20 are college bred and 17 are not Bont Her Double I knew no one for four weeks when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Pittsburg Pa and when I 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 knees when I walked From this terrible affliction I was rescued by Electric Bitters which restored 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 An Insinuation fChicago sew SybylDid you notice that hand some man at the concert who stared at me nearly all the evening EthylYes SybylI wonder who it could have been- EthylIVhy that was Prof Pierce the celebrated mind reader He is spending his vacation here Fearful Loss of Life More men are killed and maimed in Allegheny county Penn In peaceful pursuits in one year than were killed and wounded in the battle of history Statistics far the past year show I that there were killed and injuried in the iron and steel mills and blast furnaces 9000 In other mills shops and financios 4000 were sacri ficed and either died or were maimed while the coal mines swell this figure to 400 more and the railroad victims include an additional 400 mak ing up a grand total of 17700 In addition to this number there are thousands of cases that are not re ported ARMY SITE RENEWED Mr Smith Introduces Bill In Congress to Buy 40000 Acres Near West Point Representative D H Smith has revived the project of an army camp of maneuvers at West Point Ky by introducing in the House a bill ap propriating 1100000 to buy a re servation not exceeding 40000 acres in Hardin Meade and Bullittt coun ties or in any one or two of them as many seem desirable The only stipulation regarding locations is that the land shall be adjacent to West Point There is very little prospect for the passage of Mr Smiths bill but Congressman Zenor will join him in urging it before CongressThe Department cannot be depended upon to give the bill sup port of any value The policy of the department is not as strongly in fa vor of buying land for big camps of instruction as formeraly as it has boen found that land can be usually rented for the sum of 5 cents an acre for a season Tho 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 VI had a cough for fourteen years Nothing helped me until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion Coughs and Colds which gave instant relief and affected a perma nent cure Unequalled quick cure for Throat and lung troubles AtZ Wayne Griffin Bros drug store price 50c and 100 guaran teed Trial bottle free Can Kill Rabbits and Sqiurrels Colombia Spectator Owing to a misunderstanding on the part of many people in regard to the recently passed game law which prohibits the killing of rabbits or squirrels during a certain period of the year hunters have been war ned not to shoot them and some game dealers have been given notice not to sell rabbits which have been shot The mistake has reached the ears of sporting goods dealers and they have hastened to show the law which follows No person shall kill or pursue with such intent or have in his pos session when so killed any rabbit or squirrel between the 15th day of HE above picture of the soot mid fish is the trade mark ofScott a Emulsion raid is the SllOI1m for strength and purity u Itiidin almost nil the civilized coun tries of the globe If the cod iish became extinct it would bo a worldwide calam ity because the oil that cornea from its liver surpasses all other fats in nourishing and lifegiving properties Thirty years ago the proprietors of Scotts Emul sion found n way of preparing cod liver oil so that everyone can take it and get the full value of the oil without the objectionible taste Scotts Emulsion is the best thing in the world for weak backward children thin delicate people al1dnll conditions of wasting and lost strength Seed for tttt ample SCOTT k DOWNE CHEMISTS 4O94K CKABZ BTBEKT SBW TOkE S0cauatt00 All druggists 4 tr wIY xlM1 d1 September and the 15th day of No vember in each year The game law was passed to pre vent the shooting of quail under the pretense of shooting rabbits and squirrels and the period indicated- is just prior to the open season for quail when they become particau larly tempting At all other times rabbit and squirrel shooting is legal and at present no law exists to pre vent their being shot or their sale v 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 Indigestien Palatable and strengthening Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro PRETTY LITTLE TWINS Ot Humble Parentage Invited by Miss Roosevelt to Her Wedding Huston Texas Jan 24Two lit tle Huston girls Lila May and Ila K Rogers aged eleven years and twins are in receipt if an invitation from Miss Alice Roosevelt to her weddingThe attracted the attention of President Roosevelt and Miss Roosevelt about eight years ago at a fair in Oklahoma The children were noted for their beauty and captured many prizes at baby shows It was just after they had been awarded first honors at such an ex hibition that the president and Miss Roosevelt saw them They were enraptured with them and both kissed them Miss Roosevelt wrote their names in her note book The little girls have not lost their infantile beauty They are dainty and so much resemble each other that few aside from their parents can tell them apart They are perfect blondes with blue eyes fair somplexion and sunny locks They will hardly accept the invitation owing to the modest circumstances of their parents h To Consumptives- The undersigned having been re stored to health by simple means af ter suffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York 32yr Your Home Paper An American statesman once said Every year every local paper gives from 500 to 5000 free lines for the benefit of the community in which it is locatedNo agency can or will do this The editor in proportion to means does more for his town than any other man He ought to be supported not because you happen to like him for admire his writing but because a local paper is the best investment a community can makeIt not be crowded with great thoughtbut financially it is of more benfit than both teacher aed preacher Today editors do more for less than any man Jon earth Patronize your home papernot as a charity but as an investment 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 the disease are put to rout by Elys Cream Balm Smell taste and hear ing are restored breathing is nor mal Until you try this remedy you can form no idea of the good it will do you Is applied directly to the sore spot All druggists 50c Mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren St New York l9TORxABeirut lot Kind You Nara ATKays Soup 9lgnatnr- t VJl IThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in IIuse for ocr 30 years has borne the signature of made under his per sonal supervision since infancy Allow no to deceive In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood aro but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ABears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CINT1UR COMPANY TT UUHRAV TKCCT Mew Toa CITY JII ioJ C OUR CLUBBING RATES THE RKIUUUCAN und Louisville Herald 125 TIm REI UJJUCAX and Louisville Daily Herald 300 Tire REIUHLICAN and CourierJournal 150 TIlE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TIlE RKitmucAN and Romp and Farm 125 TilE RKPUDLICAX and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Owensborolnquilor 175 TIm REPUHLICAS and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 TilE REPUBLICAN and TwiocaAVeek Oboro Messenger 175 TILE RKIUBLIOAX und National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN- WINTERTERM a A a IW W Begins sanitary 2ndMany are preparing to enroll at that time Are you coming If not why notOUR successDepends largely on how you answer this question Yon will find no to begin no better school to attend OUR ENROLLMENTH- as increased 250 per centover that of last year THIS SPEAKS FOR ITSELF You have heard of our new wonderful sys tem of CHARTIERS ELECTRJC SHORTHAND the only sys speedOnlyThe 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 is a sure drawing card for your success Will we have the pleasure of seeing you or- hearing from you- OWENSBORO BUSINESS UNIVERSITY ftOwonMboro Kentucky WI rIIfIAUnAa Tho difference between Hitting and UIlnlf It fferenco between an Accurate nd an Inaccurate hodlrIbooM iKlrdlKrlmlnaltt Get a Four ynn ciperlenceia behind our tritt rijirljntofIJIFLKS PISTOLS adIKllle Telescope Eta I AU yourdealer and Inilit Spldt In tango Mr 140 ootheSnnlfo lfyou detcdtdneII I I lrorIJIIIoIletSI receipt ofcalalot rrlce Mnf Ammunition Etc I Beautiful threetoll AUmlnum llanrrr will before warded fur 10 cents In tamps J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO roawepCI- IICOra FALLS MASS USA Subscribe fur THE HARTFORD REPUBLI inladnnce i and has been its ono you nor and find and Low One Way Colonist Rater Vln Big Four Route Tot CALIFORNIA WASHINGTONOREGON IDAHOMONTANA UTAH and Intermediate territory TIckotM on Sulo Melt I to Muy IS For full information and particulars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned VAllltKN J IYSCII OIl TA- Clneloonli bib H JOATKKj Inernl Agent IoulttillcY Ky I k Tu Hartford Republican toedbytho llnrlfanl rnlilUhlnffCompnnyi INcoRrnRAED1 r C I H nTIIFlInr t = nOO- Cncland 39 Rough Zlos == FRIDAY JANUARY 26 Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us WONDER if Representative Beard has forgotten that he was elected to represent all of Ohio county THE Owensboro Messenger say The new county project seems to have no friends whatever It was a silly undertaking SUBMITTED to a vote fthe people in Ohio county affected by the county scheme it would be defeat by twothirds majority IF the new county is created upon lines as contemplated the citizens of JEtnaville and Cromwell can exchange salutations when they meet on the way to their respective county seats THE Caleb Powers case was arguE before the Supreme Court at Washington i Monday An opinion whi will practically determine the fa of the noted prisoner will be handed down in a few days ONE ballot box which was opened in a Legislative contest from Loui- ville Monday showed that ONeal the Fusion candidate for Mayor instead of receiving 10 votes in a certain precinct as the returns showed reo ceived 125 And yet it was a fair election THE Louisville Herald is making a grand fight for Old line Republicanism to which the party in Kentucky must eventually come if it is ever to win another victory in ti State No General ever won a ha tle who sent his veterans to the rear and placed his raw recruits in front RECENT developments show the late Democratic management of Ohio countys Fiscal affairs to have been marvelous The idea of buying in county bonds not due for eral years which were only drawi 4 per cent and then borrowing money at 8 per cent to pay running expenses This should be brought to the attention J P Morgan and Russell Sage It would furnish a splendid foundation for a magazine article by Tom Lawsonas a companion piece to his Frenzied Finance Evidently the citizens of Ohio county voted even wiser than they knewt last November i WHO said the farmers couldnt organize well enough to win a fight 1against the trust The battle just won by the dark tobacco growers will have a far reaching effect It will inspire a confidence never before possessed The idea of allowing a few old money bags to fix the price of farm products and then fix the price of everything the farmer has to buy always seemed ridiculous to us Especially when by effort the farmer could close t cracker line any day in the year and starve them to death We were told by a framer who was s ent at a meeting at Owensboro 1 fall that in the course of a speec in which he discouraged the organization Capt Ellis predicted tha the trust would buy up the tobaccot lands and raise the weed independent of the farmer As though the farmer couldnt refuse to sell his land to the trust as well as his to bacco crop BEDA Jan 23 Business is good in ou town The A S E met here Saturday night with a good attendance and l much interest manifested Rev Crowe of Fordsville preach i ISundayMesdames Rowan and Holbrook Heflin spent last with Mrs Minnie Rowanja Miss Olive Carson spending the week with her auntII Mrs Nancy Foster Harlan Tichcnor near Hartford was in our town Sunday afternoon Hon A S Bennett Frankfort is visiting his father W G Bennett this veekI se h15 been quite ill for several weeks is slowly improving j Born to the wife of James Baircl on the 20th a girlIWayne Ellis day with Mrs A C Ellis Mr Hawes traveling salesman for W H Gunther Bro Owens boro was here Thursday W Q Parks went to Nocreek Monday on business I Mrs Ellen Bennett spent Saturday I with Mrs Ambrose Miller Miss Dorsie Bennett who is teaching school at Sarvice Hillvisited herd parents Saturday and Sunday PlummerBennett and wife Hartj ford visited the family of Bennett Saturday and Sundays Master Cecil Carson who + kicked by a horse last week is a to be out again Eldy and Fleetwood Ward went to Owensboro Wednesday edObituary I Hellena Fisher Smith belo wife of J E Smith of Willia Ky departed this life Janu 10 1906 age 22 years 9 months and two days She was the daughter of Mrs Annie Fisher of this place was married to J E Smith December 14 1904 at Owensboro Kywas Cemeterydof sorrowing relatives and frien IsC htrsbanclbatofour sisters and four brothers Lainie as we called her even in childhood was the favorite of the lssposition won the love of all asstpassed into girlhood then to woman hood her kind and gentle dispo tion never changed Her frien were many and to know her was to love her She professed faith in Christ and joined the Baptist church November 1902 Dear husband you have lost t one you loved so devotedly she is sleeping so sweetlythe sleep of hotcome to you but you can go to her Joe teach the poor little motherless babe to love her and nevei let him forget her who gave her life for his Dear mother you cannot say now as you often said that Lainies com ing is like the bright sunshine in t mngore you you know she is resting sweetly resting in the arms of the Savior dear Brothers and sisters who loved her so dearly will never again be cheer ed by the sound of her sweet voice The chain is broken One link has gone never to be replaced may you so live that you meet her and in His kingdom be invited Lainie it was so hard to give you no one knows how well miss you I loyal you as a sister Asa sister you seemed to me You have go from us forever Though your bo lytmoulders in the grave your soul safe in Heaven you are laying in t dust but you are sleeping the sic of the just L PLEASANT GROVE Jan 20The Grove is quite a quitehe a I Miss Enva Bradley spent a few days with friends in Dunmor last ihvisitingtweeks She reports a fine time t Miss Hazzle Wester and sister of 4 Huntsville were visiting in the I 4 Grove today Crit Buchanan was in Belton on his way to Alabama Saturday rThe Kidneys When they are weak tortpid or stagnant the whole system suffers Dont neg them at this time bu the warning of the to aching back the bloated facethesallow complexion urinary disorder and treatmentat oncewith Hoods I which contains thebest an safest curative substances last For testimonials of remarkable cures end for Book on Kidneys No 8 C L Co Lowell MOM vi y QAAAAAAtAAAAq A A A AA AAt A nA A AAAA AdAA s A AA AA AA AA A A b oQOou o uooo oo U J J J J0 O0 0 3 Jx J 4 bf 9 7 UAlbitIJ C PAIRS ANN pl 4 b1 4 lfi ifi i 4 fi 4i sroi CASH SALE 9 U f M 4 SALESblef4Manny Money Saving Sales in the One Big Sale 41nyone of suflicient importance to induce you to be present anda27 9 41 Will Be Two Days of Big Bargains in Our Basement4 fi Hero you will find t M iGt1at1d Bargains for HomefittersHousewives will delight in the many items here tu moneysaving prices The biggest values that money can t1 buy will grace our 5c and lOc Counters Tinware Jranitewaiv + Hardware etc And in the t4 higher priced articles for bomelurnishing you will find our prices light l t1 C 2 = A SpicSpan New Stock from which to Select = 1 4New Spring Ginghams tiingds41ta 1SIlIIt Vaist tool 4shirts No old carried over pat 9CIeC1 Handkerchiefsne41 whitefancy bordered Handkerchiefs 41 bought fur this special side Actual 4values loc 20c M 41 to appreciated ChoiceC heSpot Cash Ribbons 1 50 bulls No 220 and 10 pure qualitiesfor44 every c sac 4 At this Spot ash 4 4 days unlytor only Saletwo9C 4 Spot Cash Towels 4 Twentylive low Towels extra 1 large the kind that sell 41 25c our Spot Cash price fur9C lungedupj 19cneI Underwearhe i utepj select Peeler Yarn Taped neck 41 fi gusset armholes ribbed and heavy 4 fleeced Regular value 25c Spot 4 Cash price two days only fin 21en only I I I I BUFORD Rev R F Bruner filled his regu SaturdayIMr G W Jewell has been appoin j as Postmaster here Will Smith of Maxwell has moved back on his farm near the Hold houset family moved Taylor Mines last weekIjLuther King and family Owens j liarohavemovedtolisfarmpurchased Billie Fields farm Thedore Allen moved to Anderson ville last week I homedmove i Wednesday Gosheni n t Home GoodsIt quart Deep Stew 101 Fry Pans DC Lung Handle Fire Shovels tic- S quart uilvanixcd Water Pail Jc Enameled Ware Wash Pans Oc quart Tin Ducket Jc lj quart Dlack Enameled Pail Oc i quart Stove Tea l uttletit-j 5 quart Preserve Kettle nc- 10 Salvanixed Iron IaiIteI2- 1luart Dish Pans De ll inch Pie Pans DC Loose Button Cake I8115JcT- in Sifters Do 1 quart Tin Dippers lie Crumb Tray an1 Brush D- CIiound 11ai teilie-i gtltutlullco lotscDread Toasters flo 1Vttiter9tI8Cool Handle Fire 5hovelsJcCtl- keFurliefs Kitchen Sets Oc DC Basting Spoons DC Hand Dells DC Full Size Claw IitunnteratcISh- ingliug Hatchets DC Tea Strainers De 9cCornKitchen Forks De Potato Mashers De Egg Beaters De Dish Drainers De Bread Knives De Steak Pounders De Towel Rollerslielni- feand Fork Tray Do Dish Mops De Fruit Shears Do Clothes LineSet Do 500 pieces Glassware DC Salt and Popper SetsticIGold Bind Vases rrrMY lT MTo Y and Sunday Will Blair of Pleasant Hill III is visiting his brother John Blair and other relatives Ira Taylor and L D Magan are run nine a Black Smith Shop in Buford Messrs W N Blair W P Yew AngelI onI monia and pluricy but rallied from that It was thought he would get up with close care but on the 15 he be gan to have smothering spells but was not thought to be dangerous had alight chill Sunday night he dl d at three oclock no one expecting it STORX4LI WQfi SIgnature I I fI CL rlu tJl We have an odd lot of Lace Cur t tains one and two pair of a kind some slightlysailed All nice rtSOat this sale IItby Spot Cash Embroideries jt5000 yards new spring ICmbroid u erie ranging in width from 1 to 10 inches Choice line of patterns usu J ally selling from 1ie to Hue per yard You r pick for 99 9Spot Gteed i bargain at 125 Our Spot rash price i 119It t ZfItvujjlarCash price It y i9 1Twentylive jjOurbitLwoww rjTwentyRibbed Hose seamless made of iselect cotton yarn The IIII 20c ijCash M IIIORSE BRANCH i We had quite a little rain here last night I Miss Flora Landrum was the guest of Miss Effie Morris Sunday- I placeisMrs Slant Willet who has been improvingI will move- to their farm in a few days Oscar Awtry returned from Ow ensboro last night and reports a fine time Mrs Perlie Myers left Friday for Irvington on n visit to her aunts- Barnie Smith moved near this place a few dflfs ago Mrs Nell Igleheart of Rosine is visiting Mrs Henry Landrum of this place 4Itlrs Henry Landrum and daugh r 1 111 rTTTTT 77 ter Maude were the guest of Mrs Estill Arnold ofMissMiss Iva Cumminsrsof near Salem attended prayer meeting last Thurs y f 4day night t Gearyhave i college Jim Pierce and Miss Forres Frday One Minute Cough Cure contains drugIcuring Coughs Colds longthat ianduse it Sold by Z Wayne griffin Bro T rsv m P u1Z 1 E P Barnes Bro The New Year is Upon Us acl all Renlats Odd s and Ends In every department must be cleaned out and in order to do that wu are making big reductions in prices all along tho line Cloaks Wo are anxious to soil every garment in our stock and you clot buy Cloaks at onehalf of their original value Wo clot sell you a nice neat good wearing garment for 200 each Every garment has the price badly cut Our loss is the purchasers ga- inOvercoats This line will bo subject to a bigcut and we can show you store oats than anyone else in tho county We have belt Overcoats at S575010 We have black Overcoats 5 750 10 15 and you will be surprised at the values wo are oiler ing Working Clothes nil lart Overalls and Jackets Heavy leans Coatsand Pants Corduroy Suits and odd Punts Working ShoesAnd Boots Wo are certainly at the head of the list in this line We sell the 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 aro complete and all grades and sizes aro well represented Beaver Dam Y Iti TELEPHONE GROWTH ItThoCumberland Telephone Telegraph Company has 1 issued statement showing growth of its business as foI- l lows 1 Telephones December 1st 1905 138885 i INumber added during month 9517 I a Number discontinued dIJrfu I o Not increase for month 2381I- t 10051412610 per 1Hartford Republican t- 1i I FRIDAY JANUARY 26 1srIf4j1 IIMnolsCentralRallroadTlmo lJ Table North 801111 f 1 No182 due 640 II 10 II I No102dne2t8pm NoI22luet2301 m Nonlli Bonnrt- VolSldunt31 81D 0101 doe 214 P N SolM du84Sj n Glq I y tfBonel ss cod fish at City Rcstau i 1f Highest cash prices paid for furs I s by Sam Bachs I Fresh Oysters fish and celery at iCity Restaurant ISt If you need Furniture and Stoves come to Carson Co s j t Mr V M Stewart made us a d 5 1pleasant call yesterday to t lforFurniture and Sewing Ma J visit Carson Co t kN 0 I f Master Fred May has scarlet fever Bring us your Eggs Feathers and Poultry CARSON Co A good lot of pound Prints il per bundle at Carson Cos Those oyster stews at City Restaurant are so good Try one For bargains in Overcoats and La dies Cloaks see Carson Co Those steak meals at City Restaurant cant be beat Something fine Mr 0 M Bishop Centertown was a very pleasant caller yesterday A big reduction in price through the month of January at Carson i CoMr H II Davis Centertown was- a pleasant caller at this office Satu dayNicest line of fruits candies an cakes in Hartford at City Restaurant Bring r furs to SamBach arid get the highestmarket price fo i them eS u Thos Johnson Sulphur Springs was in town Tuesday Miss Emma Axton Horse Branch entered school here Monday Cheap Underwear and Hosiery at Long Cos Economy Store Highest market price paid in cash for furs at US Carsons grocery We have a good lot of seasonable goods to close at unseasonable prices CARSON Co A big reduction on Dress Goods and trimmings at Long Cos Economy Store We have a lot of Ladies Cloaks and furs to close at greatly reduced prices CARSON Co We have one lot of Pants to close at 79 cents Orginal paice 1 to 2 CARSON Co Prof E S Howard closed a very successful school at Baizetown Tues day January 16th H C Deaver and son M L Deav er Sulphur Springs paid this office a pleasant call Tuesday Col C M Barnett returned to Louisville Wednesday after spending a few days with his family here The Republican 100 a year Lou isville Daily Hearald 100 a yearv 200 in advance gets both papers If you want real bargains just look through our stock of Clothing at Long Cos Economy Store A big lot of odds and ends in mens ladies and childrens Shoes at greatly reduced prices at Carson Co If you want the highest marke price being your Eggs Chickens Turkeys and Feathers to Carson Co Leave your laundry at Cleve Her s grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry 46tf See our Cloaks and Furs and get the close prices we are making on them at Long Cos Economy Store Call on the Hartford Gro cerymen for Fords Flour They all handle it Peters Shoes for wear Peters Shoes for style you will find them at the old prices at Long Cos Economy Store Black Birkhead havo leased A C Taylors undertaking business and can supply anything in that line Call on them at Taylors stand n WANTEDBright honest young man from Hartford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids Ia FOR SALEAscholarship in the Owensboro Business University also scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College Write us for prices Mr J P Rodgers and family have moved from Prentis to Hartford They arrived Tuesday and are occupying rooms temporarily at the G B Williams residence Take advantage of our 2 clubbing offer with the Louis ville Daily Herald It will- J last only a few weeks Mrs Robert Renfrow of near Beda presented her husband with a fine ten pound girlTuesday Mother and child doing well Dr S WI Crowe was the officiating physician Mrs Nicholas Barrass returned from Louisville Wednesday where she had deen at the bedside of her husband Esq Nicholas Barrass for several days She reports him in better condition and still improving Work on the addition to the Equity tobaco factory is being rapidly exe cuted The brick work on the base ment is nearing completion and in a few days the frame work for the structure will be commenced Mr F L Felix of the Hartford Herald and C E Smith of TilE REPUBLICAN returned from Frank = I fort Wednesday afternoon where they had been attending the mid KentuckyrPress Association Barnett returned from dOwensboro yesterday where she had been the guest of relatives for the past week She was accompanied by her cousin Miss Lizzie Williams- r who will spend a few days visiting friends and relatives here p 1 5 i08Ldtitfe i3c C l 4 CLEARANCE SALE OK Men and Boys ClothingWo are offering the best assortment of Suits and Overcoats at the lowest prices ever oflitred before Ly any clearance sale ill Hartford We do just what AVG say and the 5Worsted OVERCOATS1250 priceREAD17 Boys Clothing reduced prices bos and will do the Yo guarantee fit not satisfiedwith purchase Footwear Women cheapest advantage the prices yourself Dress can get prices unexcelled Gents FurnishingsLa- test Hosiery etc by the our CLEARANCE it is SAM BACH HARTFORD KENTUCKY Mrs ST Barnett has returned from a visit of several days to her son Orin Wallace at Central City WANTED Men in each State to travel post signs advertise and leave samples of goods Salary 7500 per month 300 per day for expenses KUHLMAN Co Dept S Atlas Block Chicago Ill WANTEDTwo men in each county to represent and advertise ware Department put out samples of our goods etc Traveling Posi sition or Office Manager Salary 9000 per cash weekly with all expenses in advance We furnish JTHE610 Mchon Bide 26t4 Chicago 111 1MCsrs Z Wayne Griffin and Randall Collins have bought the Sem ning Hotel at Louisville and install ed John Keown as Manager We that special arrangements will be made to Ohio county people who visit theI city Collins Griffin and Keown three of Hartfords most deserv ing and energetic citizens and wo wish them success in new enterprise WVNTED by wholesale and mail orderhouse assistant manager man or woman for this coun ty and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expense weekly ex pease money advanced pleasant position permanent No investments or required Write at once for full particulars and selfaddressed envelope COOPEr 21tl6Vi32 Lake Street Chicago III l more too in this sale Owing to the extensive trade we have had this season we were forced to put in a new supply of and Overcoats so you have a now stock to make your selection from 15 best quality Suits guaranteed to give satisfac tion in Double Breasted or Single Breasted stylesBlack 75Clearl1nce 1250 Mens fine quality Suits Single or Double Breasted Black or Fancy Patterns of Famous Ster 88 50ling BrandCut price 1000 Mens extra upto date fine quality and good fit tins Suits in styles and Q725gain 860 Mens Suits well made and good quality nobby in style 00Ais where the knife has cut the deepest 18 Mens good quality Suits regular price c5for Suits Belted Mens Mens belted all Wo have a of and from to 10 years of age have this sale at low your in we rest will a if For Moil and and Take of cut you want you them here at in in Hats knife of sooner you come for you our Hard month paid are their paid Work enclose Co Suits Mens all Here Snits ++HH +44 +++r+++++ + + F+++++++++ ++ I ATDD 1882 i Stock 12 r to t W FORD President JOHN Cashier TAYLOR Prest Asst Cashier 3 j w FORD j TAYLOR JNO C TnOMAS + + ++++ +++ + rv+ a good deal of excitement in last Fri day afternoon by the that Cook who had rode into town in the forenoon and spent most of the day had the Smallpox Phys icians examined him and found that the disease was well advanced and developed to that extent that could be easily by him lie about three oclock in the afternoon armed with a smallpox signal and started for home He between Horton and Rosine a mile or more from any other resi dence and has not been heard from since he started for home Friday I Jan A S of had a fine meeting at the school house Saturday night They hadseveral tojoin and some very fine speeches i t 14 Mens 500 Cut to P31 12 Mens or plain fitting Over coats The very best quality and make in neat color 900at1000 latest and tra good quality Overcoats with orwithoutbeltlnsolQ725id 750 Overcoats in or plain sizes check I edstriped solid colors and mixtures Clearance 3 40a Mens500 Beaver Overcoats in Blue d348and Black to goodstock Boys Overcoats 3 which we in very Bring Money returned Children Latest best and Supply If Work Shoes or Shoes Hartford Shirts Neckwear visited SALE The the better Dept Capt understand accommodate Chicago experience + IU+ HARTFORD ircoRrJOCapital 4000000Surplus 00000t Stockholders Addil Liability 4OOOOOO II Securety Depositors 9200000 t J T MOORE tH P V R HOLBROOK H P IQuite Hartford announcemet J L it transmitted quarantine lives last PLEASANT RIDGE 17The E ex Cut R HOLBROOK j JNO T MOORE 1 +4 +++++ Directors j ++ Jouu II+ I were made by Drs Tichenor and Shultz Messrs Wade Welsh and others A good string band was present and several members from the Masonville society came up There is a good deal of tobacco being delivered from here It is most all being pooled t The work pn the new church is progressing very well Nail Westerfield left Tuesday for Colorado where he is thinking of locating iE F Smith who has been athome Ion a visit for some time left for Globe Ariz Tuesday I Miss Mary Johnson will enter school in Owensboro this week i Miss Sallie Hewlett will enter school in Louisville this week I OA rdRSABeat theThe Kind You hue Atop MlBlgutue n a IIWHAT THING MIGHT MEAN When Used by a Woman in a Hard ware Store It Has No Meaning If there were uo such word as tiling in the bright lexicon of woman said the salesman in the hardware shop according to the New York Sun woman would never buy hardware Almost everything here is just a thing to the ladies And they get provoked if you dontunderstand at once what they mean They use a great many gestures to help themselves outA woman in here yesterday wanted a thing to make a hole Thats the nearest she could get to gimlet Another wanted a thing to hang over the gas She held one hand like a drooping flower over the other She got pretty angry I can tell you when we brought her ceiling pro tectors She wanted an incan descent mantle Still another wanted some very tine wire to go through the things at the side of a picture she wanted to hang up She kept up such a lot of threadthenecdle ges tures to show me how tiny eyed prettydizzyLamps give a great deal of trouble Its easy to forget the names of chimneys and hard to draw pictures of them in the air so that the drawing will suggest to the clerks mind just what kind of chimney is desired These air pictures are a great aid for them Its wonderful Ia womans nir picture of the latest patent in po tatocutters or icecream freezers I UNKNOWN WHITE RACES Tribes Bearing Strong Likeness to European People Are to Be Found in Darkest Africa The idea that in remote parts of the tropics iimidst the dark skinned races there exist mys terious isolated white tribes bearing a strong resemblance to Eu ropeans has long possessed a curl OilS fascination for the Old World The early adventures in Central find Southern America brought home many tales extraordinary cities beyond the mountains and vague stories afloat in South Africa 30 or 40 years ago furnishes Kidcr Haggard with a theme for one of his best novels Yet so strong a hold has the idea gained that cenii the beginning of tin twentieth century the possibility of the existence of a genuine white race is not altogether scoffed at It is less than four years ago that an American officer engaged in op nations against the Moros in the Philippines collected apparently substantial evidence relating to u mysterious white man in the is land of Mindanao The officer was BO impressed that he determined to conduct an exploring party across the renter of the island lint apparently the mysterious white folk had vanished for th world up to the present time has heard nothing of his search being crowned with success STUARTS TREE IS GONE Party Journeys Across Australia to Find Interesting Landmark Had Been Destroyed John 3tifI omiU Stuart was one of the most famous explorers nf Australia He made a sensa I lOll wliiii in ISlil In crossed Australia through Its titter from Koutb to north says tile New York Kun It was one of the most daring txplwatory frills on record for Htiiavr travlil from Adilaido through a wholly unknown am lhI9I t region to tin shores of the Indian ocean in the extreme north lit passed 1IIollgh Hand wastes overcame almost insurmountable obstacles and finally emerged nine months after he started on I he shore of Viu IHiineus gulf Then his expedition returned to Adelaide and enjoyed the honors of its wellearned success Stuart died four years later but his work has been held in the highest est i lull 11011 That is why an expedi tion from Adelaide IHS recently made II sea voyage around the con tinent to I lie northern const to Irani till condition of a landmark 11101 t figured in Stuarts story Oil Inne 21 1SG2 Stuart know i 1 lug Unit ho must be near the In dian ocean wont on ahead of his party and from rising ground ho law the ocean before him Ho re turned to tell the glad news to his men Their journey was now nearly completed When they reached the shore Stuart dipped his feet ami washed his face and hands in till ocean as he had promised the governor of South Australia he would do if he succeeded In crossing the conti neat At a little distance from the beach was a large tree on which Stuart cut his initials It has ever since been known as Stuarts tree At the foot of the tree he buried a tin case contain lug a brief record of his journey The tree was not seen again for 20 years when it was found In good condition but word came to Adelaide awhile ago that some vandal had cut a large chunk from its trunk just below the historical inscription Soon after another report said that the tree was dead and a little party of volunteers was sent north to cut out mid bring hack that part of till trunk bearing the great explorers illi tials Time party was much disap pointed when it landed in Van Die mans gulf to find that time tree had disappeared Then1 was lit tie left of it except an outline in white ashes apparently not many weeks old and quite undisturbed Judging from the ashes and a few of the decayed upper branch es that laid not been consumed till tree must have been dead for some 11114 and had fallen with its top away from till sea before the na tire blacks burned it Close North Carolinian I knew mi old fellow down in North Carolina who was u haul listed citizen said N H Turner of Wilmington lie was a well todo farmer but his meanness was proverbial One of his cus toms was to have breakfast before it was daylight in order to get his htauitis out to the fields bytlieduwn of the day When the breakfast was put on the table a solitary can die gave the only illumination and even this was limit for a second You all see where the victuals is remarked the head af the family and puff out went tilt Ilickcrin candle light It was an ext rava gance III his eyes to waste even a fraction of a candle when people could easily feel how to help them selves Washington Post Mammoth Dinner The largest dinner even given assembled in Paris u few dnys ago The Mutualists of France dined at the Galerie des Machines About 50000 guests sit down to ge till r Five hundred waiters served at nine miles of tables There were 150000 plates which if I piled up would reach ten times higher than the Eiffel tower The cheer included 25000 bottles of red and white wine lfi000 hot ties of beer 60110 bottles of milk 100110 bottles of mineral waters BOOU bottles of champagne 1001 half bottles of liqueur and two steam urns each of 1ihorsepow er brewed the colTce Meatsof nil kinds weighed 70 tons and then were threequarters of n tou of cigars COMANCHE COUNTING When This Feature of the Language Has Been Learned the Tongue Has Been Mastered A peculiar feature about the Couianche language is the method of counting A Comanche will count up to ten iii the 1 2 a 45 i 7 8 n 10 method Limit then hit stops He doesnt use 11 but in stead he counts it as ten and one more and so on until he readies W which he pronounces 1 9 lie then pronounces 20 lImit starts in with UO and one more until 1m reaches 2n which he counts 2l then starts in with HO as he did- O IIl1dfcounts to an and so on all till way up Counting is the most dillicult timing to lenrn in fill Comanche language III fact by tll time a person has learned to count III that language lie hUH pretty well mustered it As there is no alphabet in the language the only way to learn it is by word of month Any attempt to write it in the Knglisli alphabet would be absolutely fruitless as till proper pronunciation could not thereby be transmitted THE FLEA UNDER SUSPICION A Question Whether It Is Not a Carrier of Disease Discussed by Expert Fleas as disease carriers have been investigated though with unsatisfactory results says American Medicine Dr C F linker of Santiago de las Vepus Cuba makes an appeal for further work along this linn He states that all the discussions pro and eon relative to the transmis slon of plague by fleas have hall scarcely any basis in fllltHO lit tie foundation indeed that it In surprising that the suggestion should have evoked such neil mony Some papers on tilt sub ject have not even mentioned the species of flea susi eced and III other eases it is now thought that t lie insect investigated does nor trouble man at all It is saul that some of the adverse hidings in pmotiildvduelected the bacilli may not have been in the blood but in I ho glands The Indian plague com mission simply reported that there was no evidence out way or the other Recently it has been suggested t hat owing to the deep seated position of the bacillus of leprosy that organism can he transmitted by bloodsucking or parasite insects From the frequency with which the common itch is found III the leprous it has been suggested that the acarus is the culprit limit more neiiisat bus are made against the lea I II each case the insect is looked upon as a simple carrier and not as an intermediary host JH in the ease of malaria tlluriu t ryia mlosomiiiimsls and yellow fever As leprosy is said to be increasing III the Iniled States and as plague is likely to visit us at any lime ISaker points out the utmost neces sity of a systematic of the fleas to d illtltljatilluI ographic distribution and tin1 species infecting the various ani mals and particularly to deter minI which ones will attack man Reasoning from analogy alone it in justifiable at least to hold I he lieu under suspicion It is so tOil 111011 in many animals that it must be u means of transmitting numer OilS parasites It is hoped that there will be a generous response to Makers request for specimen with data as to locality and mist from every part of the world to be split either to him or to Dr L O Howard the government ento mologist in Washington Until this preliminary work is done it is lot possible to do much in t he way of learning wha t the insect Ijall do There are possibilities of valuable findings III sPite of the present somewhat negative evidence Restored Credit System The one saloon in Ama umIio tried to establish n cash basis and according to tilt lice eight church members thereupon signed a pe tition for another saloon Tin credit system is still in vogue Kansas City Journal Obeying Doctors Orders De Tunque Guzzlers docor has advised him not to drink any thing with his meals OSoaquo Thats tough Oh I dont know Giuler liiis simply stopped ea IuigPliila delphia Record ANOTHER DINOSAUR FOUND University of Wyoming Is by Discovery In the EnricbedI ern Plains The museum of the University of Wyoming which from a im lean tological standpoint is already out of I hue most important III t ho world is to be enriched by the ad ii I t ion of till nearly complete skel eton of a dinosaur of a much later period of t lie worlds geologic age than any heretofore found in hut state The lInd is in a new strat inn away from the mountains and tin animal is thought to have roamed the plain long after it began t o fill by the wash form till somirromimmil lug moun tains When the lingo prehistoric animal was discovered ont end of one of its bones was found ex P08l1lIl1d lIt thdiggiuig was ncccs wiry to expose it part of t lie trunk and one of the bones of one legof till animal The skeleonlny an inclined position on a slight sloue of the plain It was in the Pere group of the crctacean for mation While it has many of till general features of the dinosaur found on higher ground a number of till cliaraettrlst irs are new to scientists Heretofore the most valuable finds in that section of Wyoming have been made nt the foothills of the mountains pos sibly on tile edge of the sea which once occupied the Lurumie plain the animal just uncovered being found not more than 20 mItts northwest of the city of La ramie and some 15 miles from the foot of Cooper hill one of the peaks of the Medicine How range Causes Dad Words An evil communication ton man hi u written statement from his wifes dressmaker It has been known to provoke profanity A Chronic I have diagnosed your ratio as dyspepsia hit to eating too much pie said t lit family physician How can you prove it tile pa tient asked Your expression said tile physician q5 crusty Detroit lee Press Wanted the Answer Un hlnistiin Cor lln too Tnirirrpt One of the Missouri represntatives here who did some campaigning with Folk during the contest of n year ago tells a good story ilustrative of the danger of the rhetorical question At a small town where Folk was billed to speak a portly man named Sid dons had been scheduled to act as presiding officer He felt the impor tance anti dignity of the occasion keenly but without knowing very much to say In opening he ram bled on about national issue and the past glories of the Democratic parly till he reached the state situation which he promptly declared was of overwhelming importance to the people of Missouri To work iip a climax he began Iwill ask you this question Who is this man that has been named for the Governorship I say who is Joseph W Folk I repeat it who is Joseph W Folk Oh thunder squeaked the shriveledup little man in one of the front seats Ill bite who ishe anyway Many requests from Catarrh suf ferers who use atomizers have resul ted in Liquid Cream Balm a new and convenient form of Elys Cream Balm the only remedy for Catarrh which can always be depended on In power to allay inflammation to cleanse the clopgcd airpassages to promote free natural baeathing the two forms of Cream Balm are alike Liquid Cream Balm is sold by all druggists for 75 cents including spraying tube Mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Sunflower Philosophy Getting married develops the detective instinct in the most trusting of womenThe you can do isnt going to help you very much unless it is bet ter than some other mans best If a girl has on something of a bright color half the men who see her get the impression that she is well dressed An Atchison man has bad luck Just as his friends art beginning to find that he is an interesting talker the doctors are about to adjudge him insane When a man says he got up nine times with the baby six night in suc cession it means that one night he woke up and heard his wife get up It is some wonder women dont give expression to what they regard their great burden by working in earth board for wall decoration this motto Be Patient with Pa fee write KIT out CONFIDENTIAL LETTER befor- oappitngorpatent moue We obtain THAT pAY and belp Inventors to success Send model photo or sketch and ire tend IMMEDIATE FREE REPORT ON ENTABILITY 20 earl practice Regis or come to us at 605B07 7th St WASHINGTON DC SURE CURE- For All Disease of STOMACHLIVER i CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS fleet Couch Syrui Titles Coed Use In time Said by drugIsia RNNOUNCEMENTS- 1Lh1N018 GENTRflL R R The Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service opcantes the best of trains with Dining Cars Chair Cars BulletLibrary Cars anti Sleeping Cars from Chicago St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville South to New Orleans The leSt road for reaching the Tourist resorts of the South including New Orleans VicKsbur Gulfport Miss Hammond La Mardi Grass nt New Orleans Feb 27 190G Gulfport is a Mexico Gulf Cost resort having the new fine Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Central America Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for descriptive matter in regard to the above I Havana via New Orleans Havana Cuba is best reached via the Illinois Central through service New Orleans mill the ocean liner twinscrew ninctccnknot S S Prince ArthurIleaving New Orleans tiny at 100 p m and arriving at Havana at Sunrise Fridry morning Hot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Cars without i change Chicago to Hot Springs I with connections at Memphis from I Cincinnati and Louisville Through Dixie Flyer Sleeping Car Line St Louis to Jacksonville via Nashville Chattanooga and At lanta Mexico California I Special tours of Mexico anti Cali fornia via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the nuspicies of Raymond Whitcomb will leave I Chicago Friday Feb ISlrd for MexiI co and California the last to include a stopover at New Orleans for the i Marl Gras Entire trips made III special private vestibule trains ofj finest Pullman with dining car service Facinating trips complete in every detail i Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to California Excursion through to Los Angeles and SrnfranIc- isco as follows Via New Orleans and the southern route every Friday from Chicago every Tuesday from i Cincinnati and Louisville via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wedncs t day from Chicago Full particulars coecerning all of the above can be had agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines of by addressing the either of 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of elfal iu or esc861 and tndtcrelioD which units oDetonlad buIDUS or mutl ge It not only cores by starting at the cest of disease but li tcrest nerve tonlo and blood baUder bring log back the pink to palo cbeekatndra storing the arc of youth II wards off rnisnltj tad Consumption Insist on having KEVIVOno Other It can be cartled In vest pocket By mall polltinthe Dook and adrlio e Address 8ulldlnag For f lo in Hartford Ky by J H Wi flOW druggist OUR NEW YORK WEEKLY LETTER Spring Fashions In Colors and Fabrics Advance Styles In Semimade RobesI and Shirt Waist PaHernsI As noon its the snows of Tnnnnry he gut to full tliu Huutliern oxoiltis takes place mill some of tin most fiixlilonnlilu u wns of tilt unison iire traveling south ti make guy with beauty nod color llioKi Htniny southern townS Snow mid Ico sleet mill hull nru loft bclilnil with slippery nllevnlln to the unfortu nates who liuvu to remain What a pity every ono eiimiot isle awny from busy wintry Now York with trunks ilUil with llnfTy floating famlnatlntf thliiKit Unit sure only made for verandas MUd abused magnolia walks A gown builder on Fifth avenue tins Just fliilxhoil one of these gowns for a well known society girl to take south It Is the familiar but ever beautiful eoinlilnatlon of white cloth and lace mado up In princess fashion with a KtunnliiK little bolero of lace If Turfs la the blrtliplnce of novelties New York can quickly make use of them A young lady who always does her flopping In Paris snit London cnmo home recently congratulating herself on her ex iulHlle gun metal cost nine of latest Parisian cut only to find many of her friends wearing the name thing Onn metal will be very popular for a vprlng color as also will royal blue and 0111the LATEST UODICIi IS RRMMIAUB EJIIIROID FEED Bona with the most exqulHltu colorings Ilaiul painted muslin wjtli a deep bor der of pluk roses suggested an old trash loner costume of tiny years ago The tendency for old fashions Is revealed In tho designs of early spring goods and a very charming tiling was a cnze carreux organdie In pale and deep similes of lavender and pink French tulles will be worn a great deal They come III till delicate shades suggestive of spring with dainty bouquets scatter ed over them looking almost like a Dolly Varden but less pronounced In coloring A very serviceable little frock could b mall of crepongee or of lm orted em broidered linen the embroidery done In n small aid design of pale blue or green mother equally useful add at tractive to any one who likes smart laundered tilings was a Jaequard glng ham III gray white or blue Spring will see the culmination of the silk vogue and hardly before midwinter Is lucre all the newest weaves will be displayed In their heavy or soft folds Satin messallne a very soft cling READ THIS Symsonia Ky March 30 1903 Dr E 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 Symsonia Ky A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder 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 kidneys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle- is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold by all druggists- Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer PO box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mo r r IIninntirlil nmkiM a most homin fill cvuiiliiK gown If combined with rich lore Boer line stripe In fniuv silks inn ke Very stunning wnlkltiir row tturos foal there is notlilnt morn sere lcotlilo for tea ever popnlur shirt waist NCIMIIH to IlIrf to stay and will stay as 10111 ns tin croat costume eontlniios Its usefulratter In short waists lucre nr co many HCOII Hint It Is IwwItdprliiK hut some sire wlllilu ranch really dcllentcly InI Iiroldoni ones of tint mot lltnllcd jmrso To till girl who can sin a very pretty new IiVn was seen In one of the rhops this week conslstlnc of exquisite ly trimmed hatlsto with inn tlrlll II enough In It to make n shirt wnlst thllrllItItrouble of designing lint III emhroldored hlncs thorn IK nothing that Ian equal some lingerie I ptnlinnd robes that are attracting n fn1hroltl1Ir 1111tlltteal batlsto or lawn In pale blur or pink with dellonto designs on the flow- Ing sleeves and collar Thy range In prier+ from fa up for the white robes may 12 nn fnr tho pcilorn ones The Praying Skipper Did you ever sail from New Or leans across the gulf and up the At lantic Coast with a great big good natured whitewhiskered captain who held revival meetings on the way and who revival his crew by the- xsord There is a story in McClures for February by Ralph D Paine called The Praying Skipper which is an account of just this kind of a I Captain So clearly is his character drawn that one wonders if the auth or did take such a trip with him There are so many stories of the sea and the changes have been so often rung on the limited situations presented by the briny deep that it is refreshing to read this story of Paines After all there is a fascination about the sea that still makes a strong appeal when it isnt deadened by the old old plot and the old old shiver my timbers vocabularly Paine has made a good deal out of it The young owner of the line doesnt ap prove of praying Skippers and he takes a trip on this particular boat but a great many things happen on that trip and the captain shows him a light E L Clumenscheins illus trations are in keeping with the spirit of the yarn For coughs and colds no remed 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 Cools etc Sold byZ Wayne Griffin Bro He Did His Best It is said that marshall Field was so proud of nothing else as of the fact that when he became rich and goodseclerk in Pittsfield Mass It may not seem tp most people that dry goods clerking is a very straight road to great fortune But Mar shall Field found it such It mat ters little what ones work may be Being the best at it is bound to lead one upward Fields first job was small in the common eyes of the world as compared with his later work but he was wise enough always to know that it was the most important thing he had to do at that time And as he did that well he molded his character opened his life to op portunity and made himself master offateIt a little thing but he did it the best he could and in doing hjs best he brought forces into play which gave his mind the upward turn that brings it into touch with the divinity and makes it an element of resistles power The youth who has learned to do his best is more than half way long the road to success Doing ones best gives a sense of completeness of efficiency of being ing master of ones work not slave to it and of being equal to any possi emeagencyWe loosly to think that Marshall Field became a successful and a great man only as he achieved worldly great things But not so He became successful and great when he did his best in his first hum ble job He got there and then caught the consciousness that is the key to the riddle onifel- tha1l his commercial achievements that has made the world wonder with allhis millions of money r e 71fs+ p b1 STRONG aelCa Sly a as as nc Ie Mas b Agaip is what Mrs Lucy StoYalL of Tilton Qau said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia I Curt Hundreds ototherweawomen k e being uI stored to perfect II health by this rem- edyt YOU may be well if you will take 1 k ItInd1iutloncaul nearly the sick nets that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and btcomi IKodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate of the whole some 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 belchingheartbum and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat IIIU bettls anek all all rrcsarM at U saa erauryefeoDwntAeekIea Noiil by Z WAYNE 411111111I New Yorks Latest Creation In Skirts Circular Skirts ore the vogue In New York City the tight plnltcil skirt In n style of the past Jn tie HJ to data your wnrdnle should contain the Circular Skirt Tile model Illustrated Is nn ex ceptlonnlly gourd value Is made of flue quality Panama cloth In black blue or brows and In light and dark striped mixtures has Inverted plait down ecu ter of front bottom of skirt trimmed with broad band of same material stitched to form fancy pointed ends and finished with cloth covered but tons deep hens nil sen ins tape bound finely tailored throughout Price 549 When ordering do not tall to state waist uicnHurement and front nnd back length Wo will promptly and cheerfully re fund your money upon return of the skirt It riot In every way satisfactory to you This K our rule with all goods purchased from us If you havent a copy of our General Catalogue In your house write for It today it will be sent you tree of all horgcs Addrtsi Room aol Ro II lacy Co New York City HERALD SQUARE with all the satisfaction that comes with realization that honor and 10 reward have been well earned the old man still found his great pride in the fact that when it had been his humble business to be a good clerk he had been the best Daing ones best crowds and life atICASTOR I AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho- SliUAturo of Cumbeland TELEPHONEI 1 neres nothing the mutter with niy business I have the Cumberland Telephone to my residence and place ol business My business has Increased and my wiles voice Is nev er heard to rumble about the Tele phone Yours for gcod service and gentlemanly competition Ii E PATE Mgr Ohto County Clrcnlt Court TF Illrkbtnd Judge lien 11 II lllnKoAttornejr Oscar Mldklff Jailer Ed 0 Ilarmtn Clerk Frank L Felix Master Cow mlloner Y L Moarle Trustee Jury Fund It II Martin flherltf Hartford Deputy Sheriff H A Ilrntctwr 11 Crowdr E11Magan Jo 11 Ilobert AiTConrtconreneiiflnt Uon day In March and August and continues three weekiand third Monday In May and Nornnhet two whCounty Coart W 11 Taylor Judge IV S Tln lryClrrkK II Woodward Attorney Hart told monthQuarterlyConrtBegins Coart conrenri first Monday In each on the third Monday In April July October and January Court of Claims ConTeoes tint Monday In tan uary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Officers ttMoxley Surveyor Bhrere H W Leach Assessorllob Roy James DeWecs School Soperlnlendent Hartford Oeromt Allen Coron rJlnfoXw tlc s Courts- N Barre heaver Dam March 14 June 23 September 24 December 21 W 1lIl11erllolneMareh 21 Jnn 25 Sep emberS December M- V 8 Dean Dnnde March IT June 2s Sep i tember 26 December 27 W JlJKdfre FordsTlll March 28 June 37 September 27 Derem her 28 II 8 Chamberlain IledaMarch 22 Jane 28 September Z8 December 29 Herbert Bender Centertown March 30 Jane 2t September 21 December 30 SeptembrXZavrtfozd Pollen Court K H Wedding Judge City Attorney 8 r Itarnett Marshal Court con Tenr second Monday In eachmonth UClouDeMrlc M E Church South Serrlces third Sunday each mouth at 11 a m and 7pm and iecon Sunday at7pm Prayer meeting eeerywsdnes day evening Rev J A Lewis Pastor Baptist Church Serrlces held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night nnd fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rer A B Gardner pastor- C P Church Services tint Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7pm Hey J Dnar ned pastor School TrneteeeIlarttordCMCtoweJ 8 Glenn Dudley Ford U E Thomas Dr E B PendletonCity U Williams Mayor Clerk It E L Slmmernmn Dr E B Pendleton A D White Wm Fair can Bean Dr J W Taylor sct DocleUe A O U W meets fret and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 75 Fot A Masons flri Monday night In each month Hartford Tent No 011 Knights of the Mace bees every Thur day night Hough River Lodgn No 110 Knights of Pythl meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton PostNos0AHhold reg nlar meetings Saturday beforefirstSnnday ears month THE- e 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 25cSent by mail for 35c A Reference Book of unusual value almost indispensable to any man of business or in the professions It contains information on more than 1000 timely topics and represents over 10000 facts such as arise daily for answering Election statistics agricultural fir nancial educational railroads shipping etc etc through all the list of topics where new figures are most valuable 84 columns of index Send for this Standard American AnnualVAddress TIIEWORLD Pulitzer Building New York City s 1 C f t Does your baking contain alum Look upon the label Use only a powder whose label shows it to be made with cream of tartar c NOTE Safety lies in buying t only the Royal Baking Powder which is the best cream of tartar baking powder that can be had I Hartford Repuolican I FRIDAY JANUARY 2G IKE AMERICAN FARMERS Their Successes Failures Ail ments and Prospects for the Future When we speak of a successful farmer we mean ore that has farmed on scientific principals That is he has studied the conditions and re quirements of his soil and for soils found deficient in nitrogen he has sown to red cloverIcow teas or some leguminous crop Not only that but he has practiced some system of rotation not allowing any one crop theIis entirely exhausted from the soil t The successful farmer is one that stacks his sprouts in the gullies top uphill the successful farmer feeds his lands like he would feed his live stock because he recognizes the fact that if he does not feed his land his land will not feed him The whole of agricultural American from Maine to California and from the blizzardy North to the Sunny South contains within it the successful and failuresA may build his land up to the best make it produce all that it is possible to make it produce yet he is a failure when it comes to marketing his stuff Why because so far all the Agricultural Colleges farmers and farmjpaperswith the ex ception of one have failed to give us any remedy for the ruinous and reck less system of marketing our pro ducts The teaching that we have heretofore received has all been inthe direction of producing more stuff which is good as far as it goes but it doesnt go far enough We have produced shipped and sold enough live stock below the cost of produc tion on the Chicago market in the t past decade that if it had been killed hauled and dumped in a heap on the American desert it would produce a stench that could be smalled in Mad agascarAnother great and wonderful production handed down by the Abori ginesto the American Indian and from him to primition white man and fp m him to the civilized American citizen is nothing more nor less than simple corn This great product costs tons of horse flesh every year Millions of drops of sweat boil out of the hides of the fellows who cultivate it every year but when it comes to the I financial end of the business a fellow up at Chicago puts in and says we are only to receive thus and so for our product which is generally below the cost of production if not it is an unremunerative price We remember the years 18956 when this country produced two enor mous crops of corn that one Phil D Armour now deceased and gone where all the good members of the exchange gobought corn allover the western country at the rediculously low price of 15c per bushel What did he do with it He simply stored r it and held it until there was a scar scty which came as it always does and Phil coined for himself a few million dollars like he always did when he undertook the job Why the American farmers does not learn a lesson from such fellows as Armour J cannot see unless it is because they have become so philanthorpic that they are blind to their own inter gistsrJust a taw years ago wheat a i 1i y product of the farm and one that makes the bread which is the staff of life sold all over this county for 50c and GOc per bushel Now do you imagine there was any profit in that kind of business I think not What was the matter The Bulls and Bears in the Chicago board of trade formed a partnership to fleece the farmers and they did it effectually Not only that but the farmers in the wheat glowing country actually suffered on account of the low price of their products But the crop that most concerns the Kentucky farmer is tobacco This nasty and filthy weed that is smoked chewed and spit out all lover our broad land and every other land requires more attention costs more hard labor and is on hands longer than any other one crop that the farmers have to contend withJ Imagine a man going out into a tobacco patch when the thermometer registers 100 in the shade and you have just about as hot aIplace as it is possible for a man to strike while he is here on this earthI Yet after all of our work worry cuss words not a fewthe other fel low the tobacco trust comes along and tells us that we shall not receive a fair compensation for our ser vicesWe American Farmers have fed the world on cheap meat at a con siderable sacrifice to our selves weI have raised and sold enough corn below cost of production in the last twenty years had it all been made into whisky it would float all the warships in America we have dumpedenough money into thet coffers of the Board of Trade to build Farmers stock yards in every big city have a darn sight better road system than we have and still have money on the side I cant think of any thing big enough to draw a comparison on what we have lost on tobacco but I know it is immense But we have not only been good to the balance of the country in thet way of feeding her with cheap pro ducts but we have when the nation was disturbed furnished the boys who won the day on the battle field Yet after all our cheap products that we have furnished to the City Dude the grafter the Boardof Trade shister we are only tolerated because we pay If we would only ship in enough live stock at any one market in one day to run it for one day or enough in a market to run it for a month how in the name of common sense would a glut occur there would be none the surplus would be in the country The same way with corn wheat or any other product we can know what a certain market consumes and ship that amount and no more You hear of fellows say the farmer is very pros perous Yes the devil he is We will admit that some of them are as- a matter course but the number is- compared to the number that are not prosperousWI heard a fellow say too that we farmers would play hI controlling I the price of tobacco He was a trusts sympathizer of course and a grafter and a fool besides Now that the tobacco is being sold that was pooled- in 19045 we have every reason to beO encouraged Let us go forward in I organization and show to the fools and skeptiss that we can play hl 11timeor years see this we can put up our banks and run thdm with our own men because we have plenty of them and good ants I say that we will never be ir 91V anything until we finance our own business When we own our tobacco houses all over the county we will thatiiness and with the acreage held down properly ran dictate the price and there is no question about it Same way with live stock We slip when we are fully organized to establish farmers stock yards at all important markets feed each market to the consunption demand climate the commission man as should be done simply because he does not create anything but dissatisfaction and deserves no part or lot of our labor Butthe most damable outfit that the American farmer has to contend with is the Chicago Board of Trade The very idea of a mere coterie o men setting the price on our stuff six months before it is harvested 53 the very extremity of ridiculousness Why because they have no more idea of the cost of production than Fido would have and the worst of it is they dont care But if wei can only get the people to see that we are under no obligation to the commisjthe situation We can do our own banking business own our You will not see so many fellows stretching their legs across fields with the posterior portion of their pants resembling some kind of j stringed instrument Neither will you see so many farms washed into gullies that it takes a whole straw stack to fill good hogs will take the place sangdiggers good cattle will take the place of the pennerile products In short the American farmer will be enjoying the prosperity which he so richly deserves He will be a bet ter citizen and the world will congratulate him on his success i WATT TAYLOR Matanzas KyI We have effected new arrangements whereby we can furnish The Republican and the Louisville Daily Herald one year for 200IRENDER Jan 23Dr J 0 McKinney o Beaver Dam was here last Wednes dayIW S Vick of Owensboro was last Thursday Messrs K J McKinney and SamI Robinson of Louisville were here last Thursday Mr and Mrs Hugh Roachof Taylor Mines were the guests of R Jarnigan and wife last Thursday B F Garrett and wife moved from here to Taylor Mines last Friday B F Davis of Sunnydale wasI here last FridayIMessrs Jas Hudson and Purd Casebier of Hartford were here last Friday I P Barnard of Louisville was 1 SaturdaysMessrs A J Stewart and B W Petrs went to Horse Branch last SaturdayMr Mrs L Francis went to Hillside last SaturdayIMis Dam was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs C S Reed last Satur day and Sunday Simon Jones and Ed Barrass Srtwent to Louisville last Sunday tot see Nicholas Barrass Sr who is very ill at the Gray Street Infirmary They found him much improv edBJ Alex Rhodes and wife of Beaver Dam were the guests of Silas Hoheimer and wife last SundayIEd Mossbarger and S Louisville were here yesterday Bob Herrel of Rockport was here yesterdayIIChas J Barnwasser of Paducah was here today Rhea Armstrong of Leitchfield here todayrMiss today Miss Mary Fillmore went to Cen ral City today for a few days visitt Notice or Discharge The creditors of the assigned estate L T Tappan will take notice that have filed settlement of said estate L Iesaidr me lialon account thereof This January 1st 190G 25t4 D B RHOADS Assignee CATODzABe- llithe ids Kind You HavtAlwars Bough I Cof6 M I Greatest Subscription Proposition Ever Offered Louisville Dnily Herald 400 per year Hartford Republican lOnu Regular price of both papers 500 Clubbing price 200 This proposition is for a limited time only Present Subscribers an take advantage of this offer as same as new ones All you have to do is to pay your subscription toI THE UEPUitLiCAK to February 1 1907 and 100 in addi tion and get the splendid newspaper the Daily Herald for one oartI lclreHs cut olclerH to I THE REPUBLICAN I NARROWS Lou White of Olaton visited his brothers Noah and Joe liege Sunday Miss Mabel Sharp will attend the spring term of the Kentncky State- i College at Lexington Mrs Sig White of Hosine was the guest of the family of Mr Joe White Sunday Cyrus Sharp went to Owensboro Monday Alex Boswell will leave soon for 1a tour of the West tnhoidIvery interestinfmeeting at the Baptist church Broth er Herndon is an earnest effective preacher and the meeting is a suc cessfulone A notable feature of the meeting was the baptism of a a convert Mr Frank Foreman after services Wednesday night Mr Foreman professed religion and joined the church at the night services and indicated desire for immediate baptism The large congregation repaired to the water nearby where by the cold light of the stars and of a score of lanterns the most solemn service of religion the rite of baptism was observed I Court House Chat Road working by taxation may be but the present system isi something worsea failure present season isthe last one the roads I will ever have hands alloted to work them The graft and total failure of the present system have so im pressed tho Fiscal Court that their action next fall has already been decided on The debts of the county forbade the change this yearbut next October the Court expects to adopt taxation plan and insist that the be actually worked Jailer Oscar MidkifT arrived from the wilds of Olaton Monday Jan 1st found he was expected to keep j fires and water for the County Court the Board of Supervisors and the prisoners at the Bastile He undertook to do all the work himself and was kept busy all morning About noon Judge Glenn met him toiling the Court house stair way with two buckets of coal and one of water The Judge asked him if he was on to the duties of his office and Midkiff sat down his buckets and saidNow you look here- I knew how to carry coal and water before I ever saw this one horse j Messrs S A Bratcher W CAsh ley Grant PollardJ W Martin and j P Crowder have each qualifi i as Deputy Sheriffs and either of will collect your tax arrest or perform any other such kind y office on demand I The Hon W B Taylor assumed the bench at a time when he has tOCO1sidIcrand Quarterly Court overr each qf which he presides will be in session almost continiously the first six weeks of his term which is piling it up on a new man pretty heavily While he is without previous expe rience in judicial matters he im presses one as an honest man who is able to learn and we predict an honest and successfuladministration of county affairs during his term 1Tin Fiscal Court appropriated 300 to build n public pest house on the county farm If all of them were confined in it the whole ranch would couldefriendsgS Once upon n time these was a mask party where each lady dress cd as a ghost and no man might know his sweetheart from his grand mother Now the Greenest Ever I found a ghost Divinely tall and most divinely fair and enticed her- to a nook where there was room for I only one or two depending on whether they were sweethearts or i only married people Now the Greenest Ever thought himself and the veiled lady in white were sweethearts anda chanced remark of hers confirmed that opinion but when he actldon this opinion he j suddenly realized there was room roomimore i parties for the Greenest W S Dean Esq of the Sulphur Springs District at large is a char acter Further this deponent say est not For a short time only you can get The Republican and I the Louisville Daily Herald j for 200 per yearC- ENTERTOWN i I Jan 2tThe wind storm of last week moved Dr Wardens new house from the foundation and thew the house out of plump j Mrs W T Roark has moved into the 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