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I I i t ttzrtf rJ Uqrnblkan Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL r1IHA1tTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2 1906 Noe 29 GENERAL JOE WHEELER His Demise and Brief Sketch of Eventful and Vari JHis ed Career General Joe Wheeler died at the home of his sister in New York City last Thursday afternoon after a very brief illness of pnemonia nnd his re mainswrapped in the folds of the two flags under which he fought with distinction were interred in the Nation Cemetary at Arlington Tuesday Gen Wheeler was born in Augus Ga September 10 1836 After pre paration in pca schools he was sent to the United States Military Academy at West Point was graduated in 1859 and served as Second Lieu tenant in the United States cavalry until IfiGl On the breaking out of the civil war Gen Wheeler cast hii fortunes with the Confederacy pm by his bravery earned the title of s Fighting Joe lie became First 4ieuiciiuiib of utiiivij then Colonl1- of Infantry then Brigadier General of Cavalry Major General and Lieu tenant General After the war he retired to active business life as a lawyer and planter In 1893 at the beginning of the Span ish war Gen Wheeler tendered his services to President McKinley the time the south was seething wit the war spirit and the offer of the old Confederate General to fight un der the Stars and Stripes was taken as an evidence that the old sores had healed and the people South and North were really united and fighting side by side- President McKinley promptly ac cepied the services of Gen 11 heeler and on May 1 1893 appointed Major General of Volunteers in th United States Army and assigned him to the command of the Cavalry Division Army of Santiago Gen Wheeler was commander of the troops in the engagement with the Spanish at La Guosimns on June 24 he was senior officer on the field at the battle of San Juan and was senior member of the commission which arranged the surrender at Santiago- In June 1900 he was made a Brlgandier General in the United States army and after being in com mand of the Department of the Lakes he retired Railroad Assured The building of the Madisonville Hartford and Eastern railroad is as sured Practically all of the right of way has been secured and the remainder will be by condemnation prc ceedings The road will be finished hone year It will be sixty miles in length and will extend from Mad isonville via H irtford and connec tat Irvington with the Louisville Hen derson and St Louis railroad Mit chell will be one point on the line Mitchell is two miles from Fordsville be bridge necessary on this road will cross Green river at Smallhous t this county Stone for this bridge will come from South Carrollton Chief engineer Fagan is having a slight change in the route above Dundee after which the survey will be somplete in every detail It is likely that the work of construct on will begin about the first of April Mr and Mrs Griffin Entertain One of the most delightful en ter tainments of the season was the musical given by Mr and Mrs Z Wayne Griffin last Tuesday evening- in honor of Miss Lydia Goreing of HawejvilleMiss is a musician of rare rifts and a singer whose voice is both sweet and capable of great ex pression Her singing was a delight as was the whole musical program Light refreshments were served at eleven and then each guest was given a hundred checks and allowed- to bid for the various presents which were bestowed on the guests by Mrs Hooker Williams as auctioneer The party remained until the wee sma hours and the hosttjiibughtfully ranged to have i ell ctric lights burn until hour later than usual 4limeso that the guests might not be W leftfn the dark To MrsGriffinnn is due s the credit ofa most successful enter r I tainment and her guests will not I soon forget her gracious tact mid courtesyThose present were Misses Lydia Goreing Mary Bennett Hattie Bar nett Fannie Cox Lyda and Laura Morton Mattie and Lizzie Sandefur Lettie and Margaret Marks Arbye i Brown Bernice Miller Carrie Lewis and Mesdames C1V Griffin Hook Williams R T Collins and Messrs L C Goreing Arch and George Lewis Ira Bean P C Miller HenryI Long Henry Null Jno W Taylor Chas Griffin Ike Sandefur Chester MoseleytaE G Barrass ORGANIZED Band of Thieves at Work in Three Adjacent jStates Cincinnati Jan 29The postoffice officials bliss that there is a regu larly organized band of tostaflic burglars with headquarters at this place which it engaged in the robbery of postoflice in Kentucky Indi nun and Ohio- Information was received today of three robberies which occuried postoffichs open and 700 secured At Anchor age Ky the postoflice safe wa blown to pieces and 500 taken out by the burglars At Ramsey 0 the postoflice was burglarized the amount secured being unknown For several weeks these robberies have been taking place and although a number of secret service men in inspectorse1 found that indicates who is doing the work althoughfrotnthe method employed it believed that the same men are operating in different sec tions and that they nre part of a reg ular gang with headquarters here Good Cheer Local No 1 held ancnthusiastic meeting at Magan bhio county Kentucky on the night of the 24thI ult There were 26 members and 6 visiting member in attendance About 90000 pounds of tobacco by the members composing this lodge has been pledged to be pooled and so far this local has unique distinct ion of not harboring single dunmp er The report has been circulated that a resolution was pending before this local to excommunicate neighbors outside the Equity except in- case of sickness or death Such statement is basely false and un warranted and tho individual who coined same is requested to swallow the next lie he monifoctures in stead of spitting it out We stand for law and order and hope succeed without resorting to vio lence NP KELLEY Not Enough Territory lIreiblOrldjCII hemocrat4 Judge N McMercerwhose activity looking toward a new county with ordsville as the county seat has caused the opponents of the county much uneusines tells us that anoth er survey will have to be made to secure the necessary territory A part of Daviess county was included in the survey just com pleted but as Daviess has only 410 square miles she could be trimmed down only 10I square miles even if she were willing to yield up any of her borders Leaving off what was taken from her it will be necessary to secure about 30 square miles more than originally intended from some one or from all of the other three counties Grayson Ohio and Breckenridge Unless this is speedily done there will be no possible change for the new county this session More Argument for Dog Tax Danville Ky Jan 31Dogs kiUI ed 500 worth of imported sheep be longing to Mack Wallace last night on the outskirts of Danville Over 1000 head of sheep have been killed by dogs in Boyle county during the past four months IMPERIAL TOBACCO CO Purchasers of the Daviess Coun ty Pooled Tobacco Which Will Be Exported to England From information gained Monday it was learned that the Imperial Tobacco Company of England was the purchaser of the big pool of Daviess county tobacco sold through the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Com pany a few days ago T isfale which amounted to 2270 hogsheads brought no less than 250000 as th average price for all grades of lea and lugs was given at 925 d hun dyed and a hogshead contains about 1200 pounds The tobacco purchased by th English company composed a pool- formed by the farmers of DaviesK county in 1904 and the foreign cam pany bought about twothhdsofhe entire pool The tobacco is being prepared for export at this time and fuetureThe fact that the English company is the purchaser of the tobacco is very satisfactory the farmers who composed the pool The combine was formed for the purpose of defeating the alleged efforts of the American Tobacco Company or Con tinental Company to force down the wassrumored at the time of the sale that the Continental Company was the purchaser but officials of the Louis villa Tobacco Warehouse Company confirmed the report Monday that the Imperial Tobacco Company is the actual purchaser All of the tobacco will be shipped to Liverpool in the near future for manufacture BarbourHcwett Cards areout announcing the en gagement and coming marriage of Miss Carolyn Dudly Barbour of Hartford to Mr Strafford Reaves Hewitt of Columbus Ohio which will take place at Calvary church Louisville next Wednesday at 6 oclock P M The bridegrooms fath erDr John Hewitt assisted by Dr Minnigerode pastor of Calvary Church will perform the marriage rites Mrs J HrWillians of Hart ford sister of the bride will be mat ron of honor The bridegrooms brother Mr Charles Hewitt will be best man The bridegroom is with the Kinnear Manufacturing Com pany of Columbus The bride is one of Hartfords most beautiful and accomplished young ladies They will reside in Columbus Enjoyable Evening The social given in honor of Mr J A Bilbro at Mr S A Brachers Matanzas Saturday evening Janua andIre- ports a delightful time- MATANZAS Jan 31The farmers have begun to make tobacco beds in this section Miss Nora Bennett who is attending school at Hartford visited her parents here last Saturday and Sun dayIMrs Doward Tichenor has the gripJ A Tichenor trod wife gave the young folks an entertainment last Thursday night which was greatly enjoyed all present J H Kimmel of Paradise was the guest of S A Bratcher andfam ily last Saturday and Sunday J P Tichenor went to Hartford Monday on business Miss Laura Howe Centertown spent Saturday night with Miss Lillie Bratcher Prof E A Carter is teaching a class of vocal music at the Baptist church here every Wednesday night- S A Bratcher and wife gave a musical last Saturday night in honor J A Bilbro which was largely attended all report a pleasant time L W Tichenor returned from Hartfordlast Friday where he had been to superintend the building of the brick wall of the new tobacco house at that place He is a splen workman J Warren Lin Jley has a fine horse suffering from an attack of lock jaws I W C Overhults closed his schoolat this place last Thursday He taught a good school Bernie Tichenor is sick of malaria fever Brother WM Warden The spirit of Brother W M War den took its flight from this world of sorrow to its heavenly home Sept 1 1905Brother Warden was born in Ken tucky November 3 1838 came to sisterfsettled in Paso county near Lacoo chew where he spent the rest of his MjssinaryIoffice six years He leaves a wife and d host of friends to mourn their loss but we bow in submission to God who comforted andsustained him REV J W GIDEONS Parlor of his church LacooheeFla 1r t ROXEY Jan SOHev J D Harnard fail ed to fill his regular appointment at Hickory church last Sunday Farmers have begun burning plant beds and hustling around I judge from the dinner bells that are ring iiigand the little curies of smoke that come up out of the hollows Morbra Hanney and danghterOllie of Cromwell visited friends and relatives at this place last week Sofa Raley of Select returned home lat Saturday from a week visit in these parts Miss Lee Stevens is visiting her parents oss Stevens Cromwell this week i x Misses Myrtle and Eestie Miller visited Clime Davis last Sunday Miss Myrtle Sandefur of Beaver Dam is visiting friends and relatives at this place this week The Rob Roy local union of the A S of E is progressing nicely It was organized last November by Bro MT Sharp with 21 members and now has 104 The Farmers are very jubilant over the prospects and succes they are having and hope to have CTORXahears taeTht Kind You Have Always Bulb lttjbaten 1141 RENDER Jan 30W H Minor of Central City was here lost Thursday- J H Brown of Central City was here last Thursday- B F Garrett of Taylor Mines was here last Thursday Simon Jones and Dr H B Innis were in Hartford last Friday H A Garrett was in Centertown last Saturday Mervel Byers Echols was here last Saturday J J Wilson Central City was here last Saturday Mack DoWell was in Central City last Saturday Mrs J M Toms spent the day in Reynolds last Sunday Lewis Keown spent the day in Fordsville lust Sunday Jno S Spence was in Hartford yesterday Ed Lindsey Louisville was here yesterdayMessrs Sam B Fisher and C M Baggerly Louisville were here to day DanM Kelley has resigned his position as electrician at this place for the CC I Co Jno H Bar rass of Taylor Mines superceded him Aye wish Mr Kelley much success in tne future whatever he may undertake to do as he is a good man Isaac Oser has returned from Lou isville after a business trip Tom Gwyn is able to be at work again after an illness of two weeks We have effected new ra rangements whereby we can furnish The Republican and the Louisville Daily Herald one year for 200 HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS Congressman Meekison Gives Praise to Peruna For His Recovery CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON PRAISES PERU NA lIon David Mecklson Napoleon Ohio exmember ot Congress Fiftyfilth District writes TSrttf ssedieveralbo111es of Peruse ted C thereby from my catarrh ot the head lice enCou17lJed1feJevo that II 5 I use It a short time longer I will be fully able to eradicate the disease of t thirty years standing David Mceklson i ANOTHER SENSATIONAL CURE Mr Jacob L Davie Cltlcni H tone county Mo writes I have been In bad health for thirtyseven years and after taking twelve bottles ot your Pcruna I am curedJacobL Davis If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr Ilartmani giving a full statement of your cue and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBrlefItems By a vote of 65 to 21 the Croan dog tux law providing for a dollar tax on dogs was passed by the House at Frankfort Tuesday The Capitol Commision and the Joint Capital Committees at a meet ing in Frankfort Monday afternoon decided to ask the Legislature to appropriate 250000 for the new Capi tal leaving subsequent assemblies- to complete the work eel The Legislative Committee ap pointed to inspect the State prisons will recommend the appropriation of 5000 for the establishment of a special ward for consumptives in the Eddyville penitentiary It is believ ed an appropriation will be madefor- a similar ward at Frankfort The Supreme Court of the United States Monday issued an order for a stay of the mandate in the case of James B Howard under sentence to life Imprisonment on the charge of complicity in the murder of Wm Goebel The order of the Court has the effect of withholding the man date until MarchI A bill was introduced in the house of the General Assembly by Representative Bourne providing that every fire and life insurance company doing business jn the State shall keep on deposit with the Insurance Commissioner bonds or securities of par value of 100000 to be subjected to demands against such company reduced to judgment The Court of Appeals Wednesday ruled that under decisions of thee United States Supreme Court na tional banksydolng business in Ken tucky are entitled to have deducted from their capital stock the amount of United States securities they hold as being nontaxable in arriving at the value of their stock for the pur possesof taxation License toW ed The following permits to wed have been granted by CountyClerkW S Tinsley since our last issue L C Hoover Clear Run age 25E to Zelphie E Moseley Clear Run age 19 John M Boling Narrows age 50 to Mrs Emma S IsibillNar rows age 47 Allen Gray Hartford age 35 to Luella Spinks Jingo age 19 B T Lee Rochester age 34 to Annie Hunsacker Wysox age 24 Emmett Haynes Deanfield age 39 to Rebecca Melton Magan age 27 G B Stearman Ceralvo sire 34 fo Maude Cox Smallhous age 16rs JjersFor coughs colds bronchitis asthma weak throats weak lungs consumption take Ayers Cherry Pectoral CherryPectoral Always keep a bottle of it in the house We have been saying this for 60 years and so have the doctors I hart used Ayer Cherry peetoralln my family for 10 U best medicine In the world lJlo as throat tod lung trouble Mae J Eo NOUCBOSI vraUhtm Mass JCATSRC- OAdjjljjj i e forLewellMau The LungsDally action of the bowols IB nece nary Aid nature wltl Ayers PHI i r I IIRARESTCOIN and Is Owned By the Government t VanklDKton PnstJ Thirtyfive thousand dollars wer offered the other day for a Uuite States coin of recent date The owner J of the coin is the UnitedI Government which declined to part with it at any price i I This tremendous sum without doubt the record figure ever offered t for a coin of any cbuntry or any deI 1nomination is said by C H I a recognized authority on the value of rare American coins to hava been offered by a well known Pittsburg coin collector for the unique twenty dollar gold piece dated 1849 whic now rests in the coin cabinet of the Philadelphia mint where it can be seen by all who visit that institution This gold piece is the only one that came from the twentydollar dies in 1819 which was the year that coins of this denomination were adopted by the Government The design having been authorized by Congress on March 3 of thatyear the dies were cut and this one impres sion was struck in gold Some delay occuried and the year 1850 came in without any more being struck Of course 1850 double eagles could not be struck from 1849 dies so new dies were made and the solitary gold piece was added to the collection of corns at the mint and ever since has been viewed with wistful eyes by all coin collectors The obverse of this gold piece beats the head of Liberty surrounded by 13 stars with the word Liber ty in the coronet Below is the date 1849 On the reverse are the words United States of America Twenty D around the outer edge encircling an eagle with wings displayed bear ing in its breast a broad shield and holding in its talons three arrows and an olive branch A scrolllike ornament with the motto E Pluri bus Unum extends on either side of the shield A circle of 13 stars beneath a radiation is immediately above the eagle of the coin is mill edThe designer James B Longacre was engaged at the mint for many years and also designed many other United States coins and pattern coinsAlthough the fact is not generally known even to numismatists a copy of this rarity in copper was struck from the dies which recently sold at a high figure at a coin sale There was also a trial piece in brass and firegilt and these three pieces are said to be the only ones of the de nomination bearing date of that yearThere are many other United States gold coins some of them also of comparatively recent date that command great premiums Among these are private issues of which there are no known restrikes or re issuesAll oldtime Cough Syrups bind the bowels This is wrong A new idea was advanced two years ago in Kent nedys Laxative Honey and Tar K This remedy acts on the mucous membrane of the throat and lungs and loosens the bowels at the same 1 time It expels all cold from the system It clears the throat streng thens the mucous membrane relie i ves coughs colds croup and whoop ing cough etc Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro- Things r We do not Understand What a lot of things there are in this world that people do not understand For instance there is the natural sense of honesty Some children untrained subject to tem ptation accustomed to poverty would go hungry sooner than commit a crime Then we say that they have gocd blood but we do not know just what we mean Take the case of Fairy His family lives in a little backroom and wheat the mother goes out to work Fairywho is herself a I baby takes care of a still smaller ba iy Fairy found a beantiful fur boa on the streets She knew where the pawnshop was and the opportunities that it offered She took the boa j home and it was made the subject of a family consolation The boa j vjuld pay the rent buy comforts 1 Ii i IfNIT t4t make a lot of happiness But the mother said no Fairy e I said no and the newsboy said j He found the owner ofthe boa breading y i newspapes And the wo- manI who lived in a beautiful ston house and who owned the boa wa I Sheperowing Fairys father forher pa shdnoi j Poor lady thought Fairy sWhy doesnt she pawn the boa Anyway the story proves some things That there is a great deal thericth as the poor and that in the long run the poor pay their debts as promptly as do the rich and that there are a good many things that none of us understand Do you use an atomizer in treatin aph the mildest quickest surest remedy for this disease In all curative pro perties it is identical with the solid Cream Balm which is so famous and so successful in overcoming Catarrh Hay Fever and Cold in the head There is relief in the first dash of spray upon the heated sensitive air passages All druggists 75c inclu ding spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St N Y The Limitation of Japan It is alleged by men who should know that the English language has less of logic consistency and horse sense than any other tongue We have more words that mean a lot of things each foreign to the other than any other nation on earthLet it go at that What of Japan There is a nation that has just licked Russia and is struggling to become the boss of the Pacific and the language of that nation contains just five swear words and none of them of sufficient strength to induce a mule to take the slack out of the tracesOne wonders what they do over there How do they make known the fact that they are glad or sorry Do they ever get excited When the Emperor gets news of the whiping out of a regiment does he bay Oh sugar Do they ever pound thumbs wrestle with tight colloars put up stoves wean calves or hive bees in Japan Think of the monotony of five old condemned cuss words that would not last the driver of an eightmule team thirteen seconds Think of a quintet of verbal explosives to fill the needs of an entire nation Why it is preposterous It shows the lim itation of the Japs It proves that they are not civilized nor can they ever be white In America we will fight the swearing habit We will admit that it is immoral and unwise to cuss but there is a heap of comfort in the fact that when the jelly and the steplad der falls and the door closes on two figures and a boil finds its resting place on the end of ones nose there are words oodlens of them in this good English language that might be used if a victim was so minded There is nothing like having a thinAI handy even if you do not want One Minute Cough Cure contains- n t an atom of any harmful drug and it has been curing coughs colds croup and whooping cough so lone it has proved itself to be a tried and true friend to the many who uqe it No need to fear of your child choke ing from croup with One Minute Cough Cure handy Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Force of HabitcOne time a jail reporter was sent to report a wedding He began his report by saying The condemned man ate a hearty breakfast of ham and eggs A man who once had rough horny hands made them soft and smooth with Witch Hazel Salve but he used the genuinethat bearing the name ECDeWittCo Chicago ForI sores boils cuts burns bruises etc it has no equal and affords almost immediate relief from blind bed ingitching and protruding Piles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro CASTORIAFor Infants and ChildrenII The Kind You Have Always Bought IBears the of Fe n u m QUEER FREAK I I Of Girl Who Had Mans Picture i Tattooed on here Breasts IUowr 1netJ tatetooist is again in trouble When Judge Lindsey sent him to jail for tattooing pretty girls on their lily himIthe disfiguring marks Gilmore thought his troubles were over The scientific work displayed proved a big advertisement and he immediate ly branched out in a paying busi nessNow he is threatened with a dam ofghas to remove some more of his work but Gilmore has departed and there is no one to undo what he has done Pretty Bessie Nichols entered the professor apartments at the Warren Hotel and produced a photograph which she asked him to tattoo on herbreast just above her heart It was along the line of his profes sion and he proceeded to make a facsimile of the photo in India ink just above the throbbing organ She paid the price and left the place But trouble soon came from sev eral different directions The tattoo was a picture of Wayne Abbott the balloonist who is to be married in aI few days Miss Nichols calledon Mr Abbotts affiancod and baring her breast to the brideelect said See here See the woman whom he really loves I Seeing her intendeds photograph indelibly fixed rfn anothers heart or just above it the intended bride j swooned but came to the first time Mr Abbott called The latter went to the tattooist and demanded that i he remove his work as he had done under the order of the court He threateneda damage suit and the tattooist promised that if he could find the girl he would remove the picture or blur it so it would not be recognizable But when Miss Nichols heats that i she was being sought in order that the picture might be removed from her breast she fled from the city- I love him better than his affiI ancedshe is reported to have saidand if I cant get him I will at least forever wear his image over my heartI never marry you until your picture is removed from that woman says the balloonists sweetheart 1 will sue the tattooist if he doesnt remove the picture says the balloonistShow the girl with the pic ture says the balloonist Show me the girl with the pic ture over her heart and I will remove it or make it unrecognizable replied the tattooist They never gripe or sicken but cleanse and strengthen the stomach liver and bowels This is the uni versal verdict of the many thousands Who use DeWitts Early Risers These famous little pills relieve headache constipation billiousness jaundice torpid liver sallow complexion etc Try Little Early Risers Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Oldest Artificial Leg lIrIUhIdIe81 JmirnniJ The oldest artificial leg inexis tence now in the museum of the Royal College of Surgeons of Eng land It was found in a tomb at Capua and is described in the catalogue as follows Roman artificial leg the artifi ciallimbaccurately represents the form of the leg it is made with pieces of thin bronze fastened by bronze nails to a wooden cdre Two iron bars having holes at their free ends are attached to the upper extremity of the bronze quadrilater al piece of iron found near the position of the foot is thought to have given strength to it There is rio trace of the foot and the wooden core had nearly crumbledaway That skeleton had it waist surrounded by a belt of sheet bronze ediecl with small rivets probably used to fasten a leather lining Three paint ed vases red figures on a black ground lay at the feet of the skeleton The vases belong to a rather advanced period in the decline of art about 300 years BC Married the Wrong Man A strange case of matrimonal fraud has lately occurried in Viennatt sa u A woman of the lower middle clan married a man whom she took to be a Herr Weiss her fiance returned af ter a years absence in Americh to make her his wife In less than a month he robbed her of her swings and then suddeuly disappeared A month latter she received a let ter from America regretting that the writer haul been to ill to return at the time agreed but stating that he was about to sail and that imme i diately on his arrival would fulfill the promise by leading her to th alter The letter wits signed Her mann Weiss j The poor woman was thrown intoI a sad condition of perplexity ant apprehension and her worst fears were realized when on her correspondents arrival she recognized tlutt she had been imposed upon by a callous impostor whose resemblance to the real simom pure was marvel ously striking It rubsequently transpired that the genuine Hermann i Weiss had while in America foregathered with his double who had ascertained sufficient of the for mers history and prospects to en able him to cary out withsuccess his base scheme of deception and heartless robbery I When Claude Bonnat a baker of Marseilles was in hiding from the police who held a warrant for his manIagedone every respect was his exact double and conjured him on the strength o their old friendship to promise thatIshould any misfortune befall he would by impersonating himm i easy enough talk by reason of the striking resemblance existing between thomkeep from the young woman to whom he was engaged the knowledge of her lovers shame Leriot gave his promise which sat but lightly on his conscience as one to be kept or broken as whim might direst orIIALES jltwo later fell into the hands of t tice Leriote sought out the JUSI woman of whom he had no JHj knowledge wih the result that lusj susceptible heart was so touched that he entered into the fulfill ment of his promise with surprising zeal So well indeed did he enact the role of Bonnat that he it a short time expounded the latter finance The couple led a life of complete happiness which was in nowise dimmed when sonic years thee fraud of which she had been the vie j tim I a a I Homelike II suppose you miss your wife dreadfully while she is away1 I did at first IAmI you dont now Nope Ive arranged the phono I graph so that it starts a conversation the moment I put my key in the key hole of the front door IJust a little Kodol after meals will i relieve that fullness belching gas on stomach and all other symptoms of indigestions Kodol digests what you eat and enables thestomach and i digestive organs to perform their functions naturally Sold by Z Wayne Gritlin Bro Too Violent Do you take any muscular exercise asked the physician- I hang on the strap in a street car for four miles twice a day Thats this dieftance 4rOAST rixABea the1stKind YOU Hlrt MMrt Bout- 61 aetnne1 1l An Autocrat Do not really mean to say that your judgment is never in error NQ answered the Czar I dont menu to say it But I regard it as necessary to discipline that everybody shall pretend to think it VEGETABLE SICIL- IANllairReflewer heavyAlwaysStops falling hair also Sold for fifty years l aTot I o Fine Trains TO FLORIDA A VIA- 44Southern fliilay AND fa fassl Route 1 Florida Limited leaving Louisville 8 n m daily connects at Dan ville Ky with solid trains of Pullman Sleepers and vestibuledcoaches via ChattAnooga and Atlanta arriv ing at Jacksonville at 850 a m and St Augustine 10 a m next day without change Dining Car service all meals enroute Florida Special leaving Louis ville 715 p m carries observation sleeper daily except Sunday Louisville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and Atlan ta arriving at Jacksonville 850 p in and St Augustine at 10 p m next day From Danville this is solid train of Drawing Room Sleepers Composite car Observation car also Dining Car serves all meals en routeVia the Land of the SkyPullra- tan Sleeper leaves Louisville 745 p m daily running through to Knottsville where connection is made at JJ5fi a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Ashville Columbia and Savannah arriving IJ at Jacksonville II a m Winter ToOrist TickBts Good returning until May Mist are now on sale daily at Low Hates Variable Todrs Going via Ashville and land of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Chat anooga or Vice Versa For the Land of Sky Winter Homeo or other handsomely illustrated book lets folders rates etc addross any agent of the Southern Railway or CHHUNCERFORD DPA KyGMo W C RINEARSOtf- G P A Q C Rout- oClnclnnatlO S toDTYPEWRITERS appeal to your sense and your senses They have the light touch which makes for speed and attractive writing THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANY Syracuse N Y Branch Stores Everywhere i Branch Office 134 West Fourth street Cincinnati Ohio I T r I a ALL MILLIONAIRES Every Citizen of Greater New IYork Has a Right to the Title New York WurM An assiduous hind painstaking read er of the world writes to us from Buffalo to protest against the exu berance of reporters in trying to make out that there are so many millionaires in New York We country pesple he complaints can swallow that they constitute a multitude any where from iIlarge to 59000 but when jt come to crediting almost everybody to that class it goes beyond our containing capacityWe this as a captious mill I illnaturcil criticism which has its in spiration in a certain provincial ignorance of the manners and custom of New York In this city the tern I Millionaire is a courtsey which belongs to everybody litleI succeeds in escaping arrest charge of vagrancy Even in those unfortunate cases the victim is entitled i to the designation of forlIer millionaire Each section of the country own courtesy titles which custom and tradition confer Just as Every distinguished son of Kentucky has aI right to the prefix Colonel so J every citizen of Maine with pronounced views about the weather and the constitution is a Squire In Indiana every body is a Judge who has ever been a Justice of the Peace or 11 candidate for Justice of tin peace or motto has aspired to any oth er ollice of profit and trust We once heard and Indianian speak of Judge Bcveridge Ho meant out distinguished and passionate friend Albert J the only native burs American who ever succeeded in thinking imperially as Mr Cham berlain would say In New York we are neither Squires nor Colonels nor Judges but millionaire If we come from Pius burg or have succeeded In dodging the taxes on our personal property Those ofwe are multimillionaires us that ride on the ferries in going to and from our work are million sire yachtsmen If we clerk in a cigar store that is suspected of hay ing illicit relations with u poolroom Iwelire millionaire brokers Reporters confer these titles freely and generously as part of the amen ities of metropolitan existence precisely as one member of Congres always refers to another member of Congress us the gentleman from such a state whether he considers the aforesaid colleague a gentleman ornotMeasured by the sordid material istic standard of mere wealth there may be only a few hundred or a few i thousand citizens of New York who have accumulated 1000000 in more or less tainted money But this is a great city It is not to be mesured merely by the yardstick of the store I keeper or weighed merely in the bank ballances of the money changer Galvoatons Soa Wald makes life now as safe m this city a on the higher uplands E W Goodloe who resides on Dutton St A in Waco Tex needs no sea wall fox safety He writes I have used Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption the past five years and it keeps me well and safe Before that time I had a cough which for years had been growing worse Now its gone Cures chronic Coughs La Grippe Croup WhoipingCough and prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Every bottle guaranteed at Z Wayne Gaiffin Bros drug store Price 50 and 100 Trial bottle free t First Maker of Matches In 1827 John Walker a druggist in a small English town tipped a splint with sulphur chlorate of pot ash and sulphide of antimony and rubbed it on sanpaper and it burst into flame The drugglrt had dis covered the first frictionchemical match the kind in use today It is called frictionchemical because it is made by mixing certain chemicals together and rubbing them Although Walkers match did not require the bottle of acid it nevertheless was not a good ono It could be lighted only by hard rub i bing and it spluttered and threw fire 1 in all directions In a few years however phosphorus was substituted A Is Disease a Crime Not very long ago n popular IIInn7l1l0Inlhll nn mortal till writer nwrtrtl hi mibstanco that nil disease tOmuM 1m rrtfitrdtHl us criminal Certain It Is that much of tin picking and MilTcrliiK of mankind Is duo to of certain of Natures laws lint to say that all lckiie s should bn Hoarded na criminal nest to every reasonalilo Individual ns radically wrung It would IMI linrsh unsympathetic cruel yes criminal to condemn tho poor weak over worked housewlfo who sinks under the heavy load of household cares and burdens tad Fullers from weaknesses various dlsplnceinents of pelvic organs nod other derangement peculiar to her sex- Pnquent bearing of children with Its ex trtlnir demand uixm the system coupled with the cite worry anil labor of rearing a largo family t often the cause of wialt invos IcrincomcntH and debility which ama Hfifravnicil hy Iho many household rams lull tint hard old neverendlnir work which the nuil her U called uixm topeperform IJr leive thu maker of that worldfamed remedy for worn all peculiar weakmhie and UN Dr 1lenun Favorlli1 Invxrrlpllon ay that one of tliotrente olislncles to the euro of this lass of maladlux Is tho tact that the IKMir overworked lioiuuwlfu can not get tho iitixlwl rest from her many houoholcl can send labor to enahle Pier to uvum from the uso ot tile InscrlDtlon It full IxtieUls It Is a matter of fnijiieiit exinrlenee he oars In his exliiinlro practice In tliioo raMs to meet with thostt In which Ids treatment falls hy reason of lima gallants Inalilllly toalntala from hard work lung enouith to bo curlWith thiwt MilTvrlnif from pnilainu ante Tertlon and rrtroviTMon or tint uterus or other dlMilacemcnt of limn womanly orirans It Is rI131 to lak Inir hi Iavorlut 1rierlptlunthey alntaln hum lulnif much or for lone perlodx mi lliilr feet Alit heavy IIi IhUg or Mralnlmr of uiy kind ohould alw bo avoided As much mtdoor air an poxtllilc with moderate llulit excivKe I HM very Important Let time VasurItuDr Plercon Medical Ailvlser Is sent Jrce on receipt of is to wv expenso of malllnij iiiiu E rums M Dr KV Ilorcn lltilTalu X V onecent stamp for percovered or 31 stamps for clothhound chargobysacredly collllihntPal- Dr lumens Pleasant IVlIets InvlfforaU and reeulato stomach liver and bu vets on the tip far antimony and the change worked wonders The match could now be lighted with very little rubbing and it was no longer necccs to have sanpaper upon which to rub it It would ignite when rubbed on any dry surgace and there was no longer any spluttering This vas the phosphorus match the match withwhich we are so familiar After the invention of the easily lighted qhosphorus matches there was no longer use for the dip splint the strike nlight The old meth lors of getting a blaze were grade laid reside and forgottoil The first phosphorus matches were sold at twentyfive cents a blocka block contained tad matches and they were used by but few Now a hun dred matches can be brought for a cent Is is said that in the Uuited States 150000000000 matches are used in a years This on an avarage is about five matches a day for every person u Catarrh Cannot Bo Curod with local applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take iternal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a qnack medicine It was prescribed by one of the physi cians in this county for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known com bined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous sur faces The perfect combination of the two ingredients what produces such wonderful results in curing Ca tarrh Send for testimonlols free F J CHENEY Co Props Tole do Ohio Sold by druggists 75c ITake Halls Family Pills for constipation What ShutIns May Do A bedridden invalid living in Georgia earned 156 one year by writing advertisements for various firms her first venture being a set of jingling rhymes for a local dealer which brought her 5 and encouraged her tp continue A South Dakota woman paralyzed from her waist down has organized a childrens class which meets twice a week in her room She Reaches them drawing reciting singing and drawing and receives 5 per course of twentyfour lessons Another afflicted young woman teaches little children to sew and mend Thoir bright voices cheer her and bring in 8 a week which is all the pocket money she desires An Invalid woman In Ohio clever with her pen and pencil illustrates short descriptive booklets for advertising purposes These are well paid for because they are original and interesting During the holiday sea sun there is a great demand for orig inal calendars cards and holiday booklets and she who does clever work and submits her samples early will reap a good income during the season Copies of Gibson Hutt Christy and other popular artists sell well at that time I ri 1laetltv P 1 BRIGHT LIGHT Fools Chickens And they Are Dying of In somnia ritttlmrfrllnifttv An epidemic of insomnia Is killing off the chickens of McKeesport PennThis is rather an unusual disease to infect the feathered tribebutitis the truth At least McKeesporters vouch for the storyand McKeesport ers are a truthful lot The foot prints of George Washington were left in sands of the Youghiogheny and George couldnt tell a falsehood And McKeesport is following his pious example No selfrespecting chicken will stay oft the roost after the sun goes down rrer on the other hand will linger in his sleeping quarters after the sun rises Now it happens that the sun sets in McKcesport about 6 oclock in the evening and at this hours it is customary for the hens and roosters to seek their perches Ac cording to the length of the day they should get over 12 hours sleep When they get lesss at this season qf the year they suffer And it happens also that in the Tube City arc numerous new con verters and the light from these when in blast is almost as brilliant as the glow of the sun at noon When the light of these burns in the heavens it rivals the gilt of the northern lights In fact the skies look as if they were illuminated by the rosy tints of drawn This is the source of all the trouble The roosters have opened their weather eyes and catching sight of this light thought it was the strangeI the day Instantly they to the inspiration to crow for the dawn The hens were awakened and answering calls came from every chicken house in town Then the chickens would leap down from the perches and wander around all night After a few days insomnia struck them and they began to die They were too selfrespecting to admit after daylight really came that they had been out all night Consequently they suffered untold misery j aTO XA Beat thThe KM You Hate Hwars Bsitfi sloatorof Pneumonia Wear a Paper Vest One of the most rugged men of my entire acxuaintance said to me For Thin BabiesFat account to a baby that is why babies are fat If your baby is scrawny Scotts Emulsion is what he wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for bone and muscle Fat babies are happy they do not cry they are rich their fat is laid up for time of heed They are happy because they are comfortable The fat sur rounds their little neryes and cushions them When they are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle touch They delight in Scotts Emul sion It is as sweet as wholesome to them Send for fn tampl Be sure that this picture the form of a label ti on thl wrapper of every bottle 01 Emultlcn you buy Scott Sr Bowne- Chemists 400413 Pearl Street Ju York SOc and S 100 Alt DruggUU l a e rtIi 1rtyN Y yesterday There ofand that is pneumonia I have had it three time and nearly went under It take the weakest and strongest of us un awares It lays low the monarch and the sparrow The other day I advised an old friend of mine to quit running in and out of his office without putting on his overcoat Oh 1 never take cold I used to be subject to every change of weather ant was bundled up all the time in doors and out but ever since I tool to wearing a paper vest I am im muner One night fifteen years ago old Brock the famous cabbie who use to drive Phil Dwyer from the St James Hotel to the distinguishes turfmans home in Brooklyn a dis tance of several miles halted me with Say Mr Tip I see youve got some mornin papers in your hand please give em to me for an over coat Im most froze to death He placed them around his body betweEn his shirt and vest and Was soon as warm as toast Not long afterward someone invented a plaint crinkly paper vest which can be had today for fortyfive cents It is worn over bilible and those who wear it swear they never take ar catchcold A Mystory Solved How to keep off periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual consti pation was a mystery that Dr Kings New Life Pills solved for me writes John N Pleasant of Magno lia Ind The only pills that are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction to everybody or money refunded Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin 8 Bros drug store Coyote Saves Woman 1000 Anucimila Slont DUputih But for the accidental frightening of a coyote by a party of skaters causing it to drop a bone on the ice it is highly improbable that Mrs George Moller formerly af thirdly would never havo received the 3000 insurance just paid her on the policy of her husband The bone was found to be a human thigh and the resulting search dis closed the body of Moller who had wandered away from home some months previous and had been drowned but whose body had not been foundThe insurance company declin ed to pay the policy until the body produced A vigorous search was Maintained for several months but to no avail and Mrs Moller had given Up hope The skaters came upon the coyote gnawing at the bone which he drop yedand ran By following the track of the coot the remainder of the skeleton was found The clothing was easily identified and the Coroners jury decided the body to be that of Moller Mrs Moller was informedby the life insurance company that upon furnishing an indemnity bond she would be paid Residents of Anaconda quickly furnished this and she has received her money The End of Tho World oftroubles that robbed E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Ia of all usefulness came when he began taking Electric Bitters He writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused me great suffering which I would never have survived had I not taken Electric Bitters They also cured me of Gen eral Debility Sure cure for all Stomach Liver and Kidney com plaints Blood diseases Headiache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price 50c Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore aWell Mother says she can spend a few jays with us this summer John when wouldbe the best time for her te come About the first of July Why thats when you start on your summer vacation Well Dont deceive yourself If you have indigestion take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It will relieve you Rev WE Hecutt South Mills N C says I was troubled with chronic indigestion for several years whatever late seemed to cause heart- burns sour stomach fluttering of my heart and general depression of mind and body My druggist recommended Kodol and it has reliev ed me I can eat anything and sleep soundly at night Kodol Digests what you eat Sold byZ Wayne I GriffiiaBro 1 L 41 t 71 Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been 1in uso for oer 30 years has borne tho signature ofw and has been inatlo under Ills per sonal supervision since its Allow ono to deceive your in this All Counterfeits Irritations and Justasgootl are but Experiments that trifle with mid endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorin Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare- gorIc Drops nod Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nnrcotlo substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms null allays Fovcrlshucss cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sloop Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIAALWAYS JBears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CCNTAUH COMHANV n MURRAV nUT taw rose OtTT 1 OUR CLUBBING RATES THK REPUUUCAN anti Louisville Herald125Il- EllEiUULicAK and Louisville Daily Herald 300 THE REPUUMCAN and CourierJournal 150 TILE REPUIJUCAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175ttruE REPUBLICAN and Horne and Farm 125I THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE RuiUuncAJf and Twicea Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE llEiuuucAN reel Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE RRiiniucAX and TviceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 Tin RKIUUUCAX and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN I a WINTER TERM Begins January 2ndMany are preparing to enroll at that time Are you com ing If not why not OUR SUCCESS Depends largely on how you answer this question You will find no better time to begin and find no better school to attend OUR ENROLLMENTHds increased 250 per centover that of last year THIS SPEAKS FOR ITSELF You have heard of our new and wonderful system of CHARTIERS ELECTRIC 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 I Bardforhearing from you- OWENSBORO BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Owermboro Kentucky e tmlllllae WHEN YOU SHOOT You want to HIT what you are aiming at be It bird beast or target Mate 7our aboli count by hooting the STEVENS- For 41 rears STEVENS ARMS have carried off PREMIER HONORS for AC CURACY Outline Rifles Shotguns Pistols A4 vuur leanInv I I Sret 4CIIU lump I CauioWIfru HIP duett en trtliulicliuoliofrefrr 1 I frill fKil upon 1 1 ee f F ivticnt and I rccelptofrtulpCTric reOroo the tliootera I Beautiful threecolor Aluminum ltaogefwili be forwarded for 10 cent in tamp Ja Stevens Arms Tool Ca- P O Box 4098 OmCOPBK pAI- LSSubscribe MASS O8 A for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in I advance o 1c r infancy no It Low One Wj Colonist Rates Via Big Four Route To CALIFORNIA WASHINGTONOREGON IDAHOMONTANA A UTAH aid intermediate territory Ticket on Snlo Mcli I to May 18 I For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned WUlllEN J IjYNCU 0 P 4 T A- ClnciunatS Ohla AJnlItI Ky j 11 2 fJtr u l Hartford Republican leaned bv the llnrttnnl loltllalJlog Com pft 0 IHCORFOR1VKD V K H IITIIFor-xEr rnOO-Cumcrln 34 c I Roush Divr 2 FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2 Examine the label on your paper I if it is not correct notify us I IN all probability Congress will l become cantankerous and possibly when the rate bill IrambunctiousI English WILL some critic explain the difference between bet ing on the water wagon and being on the ice wagon THE fact that the House of Repre sentatives passed the joint Statehood bill by a vote of 194 to 150 doesnt indicate that there are any great number of insurgents excelthat students of such schools have been able to furnish pictures of Miss Alice Roosevelts wedding trousseau for the newspapers without being within 300 miles of it THE Elizabethtown News the acme of Democracy in Hardin coun ty says We used to believe that all the rascals were in the Republican party but since reading the investi gations of the recent Louisville elec tion our mind has undergone an en tire change Judging from its action in the NealBaxter contest the Kentucky Legislature prefers as one of its members one of these individ uals of whom the News so aptly speaks IT is certainly a wonder how they do things in Louisville A few days ago a Shoals Indiana safe was rob bed of among other things 15000 in bonds and to procure their return a reward of 1000 was offered Last Thursday the owner of these bonds was notified by a Louisville lawyer that he had the bonds and the following day the owner appear ed and the bonds were turned over to him the lawyer receiving the re ward money 1000 The grand jury has spent a week investigating the matter and has exhausted every available means to disclose the iden tity of the party or parties guilty ofI the theft but they have as yet been unable even to learn from whom the Louisville lawyer procured the bonds ARCHITECT ANDREWS of the new State Capitol has had his way about the purchase of a new site for the structure to the States discredit as well as 50000 expense Now he is urging the present Legislature toI appropriate a million dollars more to be expended in completing the building Of course Mr Andrews wants more He gets ten per cent o of the cost of the Capitol and the more it costs the more will be his profit The Legislature should beI very slow to appropriate more money to be placed for expenditure in the hands of a man who prevailedi upon it to abandon the ful site of The present Capitol build ing for the very rugged unsightly country spot of ground at a cost of 50000 on which a hole has been dug preparatory to building the million two million or two and aI half million CapitolI 1TIteR are quite a number of im measures pending before the Kentucky Legislature and the members thereof would do them selves proud if they would get down to business and pass them Among them is a bill introduced by our own Senator Hon Alvis S Bennett which seeks to prohibit gambling antiIcigarrettobill providing that the county shall I be the unit in determing whether or not liquors shall be sold That is if a majority of the people of anyI county vote to have no saloons there can be none in that county These proposed measures if enacted into Jaws would do much to enhance mor and insure purer and better l rcitizenship They are backed and j their enactment urged by the leading moralists and reform ers of the State Tim Hartford Herald has after several weeks reticence on the new county proposition and after con c t 11 1 Y w N c suiting and advising with leading Democratic politicians of the State reproduced an article from the Mur ryLedger in opposition to forming the proposed new county The ar ticle says The idea of making another county in Kentucky is ridic ulous This was tried at a recent session of the Legislature The bill passed and its name was Cripps But the great statesmen who put it through didnt know a compass from a custard When the surveyor put his line to it they found that it took off a slico of Ohio including a courthouse How thoughtful Kentucky already has 119 counties Tennessee has only ninetysix Indiana ninety two Pennsylvania sixtyseven Ohio sixtyeight and other States in pro portionyet we hear of no movement to erect a new county to gratify somebodys vanity except in ring ridden Kentucky If the Herald is actually opposed to the formation of the new county why doesnt it have the boldness to declare so You are a molder of public opinion so says Prof Patterson in a quota tion in your columns Why then dont you take some unmistak able stand on this very important question Its not a personal affair as we understand it But a matter that vitally concerns the public The public seem overwhelmingly opposed to dismembering the good county of Ohio to form a new one and for that reason we have all along stood out in opposition to the scheme Cant you Mr Herald fall in with the vast majority and give us something original r Died in Church Hopkinsville Ky Jan 29Just after taking her seat in the Method ist church this afternoon at a meet ing held especially for old people Mrs Mary A Lewis aged seventy six years was overcomeby apoplexy and died within a short time She was subject to apopletic fits but in sisted on going to the meeting and walkimg the entire distance FireBug in the County An incendiary fire Monday night destroyed a large barn and much valuable property for Mr Ed Davidson Ohio counties wealthiest farmer near Shreve The barn was forty four by one hundred and ten fet and was valued at 1000 and contents of the building destroyed were worth 2000 They consisted of 1000 bush els of corn a large quantity of hay and fadder four valuable horses and several hundred dollars worth of tools and farm machinery The building burned early in the night No cleu to the firebug has been dis covered SMALLHOUS Jan 29Rev J T Nelson Creek preached CasebierI hous church Saturday Sunday morning The pastor Rev H Lawrence was engaged else where in a protracted meeting Miss Ida Addington to her home from an extended visit to her sister Mrs Will Addington Livermore Ky A R Ross Owensboro was theI guest of his mother Mrs Jennie Ross the latter part of the week Harry Bennett Mrs Chester Lindley S W Bilbro and J S Igle heart Matanzas attended church at Smallhous Sunday Tom Davis Central City was inI our midst Sunday the guest of Geo W Barnard and family Rowan Holbrook Hartford was I our midst Saturday in behalf of the new railroad I James Lawrence Falls of Rough was the guest of his sister Mrs Charlie Overton several days re centlyRev G H Lawrence is conducting a protracted meeting at Cool SpringsMrs G H Lawrence is the gu- estDyspepsia Is an indication that the stomach and other digestive organs ate weak or debilitated It causes no nil of aches and pains and is most common where people bolt their meals and I IIdoJoodsSarsaparilla cures dyspepsiait hasCa magictouch disease For testimonials of remarkable cures tend for Dook on Dyspepsia No 5 C L Hood Co Low u Moss WWWtWWWWNNWWWWw WWW wwvaJWWNWWWwW NWWWWWWWWWWWWWVWWNAaWW GREAT SALE OF ODDS 1 t ENDS p ON TOMORROW AND MONDAY February 3 and 5Io Two Days Only No Credit in this Sale a No Old Stock Worn Goods in this Sale This is no moneymaking silo for us Wo are giving this sale for the simple fact to got rid ofa lot of Odds und Ends that have accumulated on our shelves this season We must turn these into caohauel this we will do regardless of worth or cost This is no like You ate invited to come and inspect these Odds and Hnds which will he displayed on counters and everything will he marked and tagged for your convenience ONE PRICE TO EVERYBODY We wish to treat everyone alike Dont miss this sale Wo want you to come in whether you buy oruuit and we want to prove to yuu that we are ollering the greatest bargains ever olleretlat any sale in Hartford Suits Overcoats Shoes Hats Caps Remnants of Dress tooth etc are included THIS SALE IS FOR CASH ONLY No credit given to anyone on Odds and lands on the sale days for we will mark down BELOW COST You do not have to believe what we are advertising but come in and see for yourself Remember the Date Remember the PlaceII SAM BACH Hartford Kentucky v ii itAiixns S A ANIiKllSON BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys ani Counselors at Law IIAKTFOKII KY The iniilrrIpDiil iinnounci thai thty Imre Inriutd purtnr rrblji for the HcllIIIloI till courts StHtunnd Fnlrrnl with omooulb plilpolMxin Strrrt otii Ui Court II 1lIlIrt lord lv Alttnutlng Title ono lltlimllnn af Irctlnx Tltlr to lirnl nlntu will It given eiK e ill attention Notary lullmWII IIAIIMS S AtM iiSOX of her parents Mr and Mrs Stanley Beaver Dam Alva Calloway attended the farm erfl convention at McHenry recently C T S Overton and wife were the guests of their sister recently Fred Boone and wife were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jim Boone I last Saturday and Sunday I Miss Janie Boone was the guest of I her brother Fred Boone last week Mandie Galloway visited relativesat Centertown recently Miss Nettie Geiger was the guest of Miss Ethel Hunter last Thursday nightLouis Geiger and daughter MissI Augusta went to Kockport Friday There has been about nine loads of tobacco hauled to Owensboro in the last two weeks from this 4 vicinityP Taylor went to Hartford Monday Mrs M P Maddox is the guest of her daughter Mrs Jesse HillI near South Carrollton- W C Overhults who has been teaching at Matanzas returned to hs home Tuesday IABTORXABean th- Signature le Always Coup ttiH liS ItWillBeTo Interestt To see the exceptional bargains we will offer in WhiteI Goods lAnce Curtains India Linens and Embroidery for the next ten days begin- ningSaturday s Feb 3 All new cream goods no old shopworn goods Following are a few of the great values Lace Curtnins worth 100 150 and 200 to be sold at 69c 79c and 5119 per pair Embroideries worth JOe loc and 20c to be sold at 8 rei and lie per yard Other white goods reduced in propor tion Dont fail to visit us during this sale CARSON CO H I i carencna i r n Hartford Kentucky t I t fl tWIMt4JJtN I VJWtJ 1r- t j r r S r acyJr 4l fIT FAIRS SATURDAYi fm 35 To further reduce our winter merchandise that we may bust ample room for our spring goods we will limn for thosa two days only the items smote below at greatly reduced prices f- Mens Corduroy Pant price 200 sale price 5139 Ices Winter Lmtonvear 25 19 tens extra fleeced rQ ail 1 Joys extra ileeced 25 1J 1 lot Mens 1ants 125 SJ 9SliensUoys Suits Knee Pants 250II LUg teas Suits all Wool 1000 048- Mens Suspenders HiII si 21 1 lot lied Com foils 100II I 78 1 lied Comforts 125II S9 1 lied Ulnnkvts 59 19 1 lied Blankets SO II 59 1 Iced Blankets 1 125II OS 1 Wool Bed HlankeLs 1 350II II 279 1 Hoys Punts 100IEH 79 1 Childrens Hosiery 20II 15 1II Mens Gloves 75II 19 1 Lap Robes 300 229 Hcsidcs these few specials wo will oiler some special values in our BARGAIN BASEMENT Wo extend to you a special invitation to visit us these two dayk Wo guarantee you satisfaction Remember the PlaceI I Hartford Republican I f t FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2 i == ==== r u IIUnolsContralRallroadTlmo Tablo I North Hoiiiiil NoIS dUI to f11n- No lf2Iulttopm Nol02iltifi4tini Nimlli llnnnil- No lit du 1l31 nni So Inl doe 4hp m u1A1 dueasp u lrI A Boneless cod fish atCity Restaurant I Highest cash prices paid for furs by Sam Bachs Fresh Oysters fish and celery at City Restaurant Sam Bach will lead in Bargains Saturday and Monday I Those oyster stews at City Restau 1 rant are so good Try one r k Bargains in every department at l Long Cos Economy Store I Mrl Kinder Livermore was a T very pleasant caller last Friday i tV Highest market pridin cash 4 for furs at U S Carsons lMr Norval B wnMHgroceryII ed to see us while in town I t Those steak meals at City Restau- rantr cant be beat Something fined I Nicest line of fruits candies and cakes in Hartford at City Restau I M rant i Bringyour furs to Sam Bach and get thchighh est market price for l jJi them t mf a Mr T F Johnston Olaton was a- very pleasant caller Monday Cheap Underwear and Hosiery at Long Cos Economy Store Mr W C Overhults Smallhous was a pleasant caller Monday Assessor S W Leach Rob Roy was a pleascnt caller Tuesday Mr K H Morgan Etnaville was a very pleasant caller Monday Mr T J Smith was in Owensboro business the first of the week IonAttend our Lace Curtain sale February 3rd to 10th CARSON Co Mr US Carson and wife visited in Owensboro the first of the week IMr A R Carson Louisville is the guest of his father Mr J L Carson IMrs C E Smith is the guest of her mother Mrs W P Render Ma tanzas We will sell our 150 and 200 latest shaped Hatsfor 95c Saturday and Monday SAM BACH IMrs Jennie McHenry is the guest of her sons Hons John J and Lem McHenry at Louisville Dont fail to attend our Embroid ery and White Goods sale February 3rd to 10th CARSON Co If want real bargains st look- through our stock of Clothing at Long Cos Economy Store The Republican 100 ayear Lou isville Daily Hearald 400 a year 200 in advance gets both papers tLeave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteedPromptrR I delivery j dry 46tf Dr S W Crowe Beda was a pleasant caller yesterday Judge W B Taylor visited rea tives at Rochester last Saturday and Sunday 4 Messrs L C and Telden Taylor Matanzas were pleasant callers Monday A big reduction on Dross Good and trimmings at Long Cos Economy Store 1 Mr Clay Taylcfr RohesterJ was the guest of Judge W B Taylor am family Wednesday Mr C B Howard of the north Hartford neighborhood wasa pleas ant callerWednesday i Mr B A Maden of the New Lib erty neighborhood was a very pleas and caller Wednesday u Not 19c but 15c will be the price of our heavy 25c Mens Underwear Saturday and Monday SAM BACH See our Cloaks and Furs and get the close prices we are making on I them at Long Cos Economy Store Look out for our big India Linen and Embroidery sale which we will soon announcce at Long Cos Economy Store Rev J C Kimble of Elizabeth town will preach at the Beaver Dam Baptist church next Sunday February 4th at eleven oclock Black Birkhead have C Taylors undertaking and can supply anything in businessII Call on them at Taylors 1 WANTEDBright honest young man from Hartford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids Ia We have some short lengths in Silks blues blacks reds changea ble and fancyto sell at a bargain during our White Goods sale- CARSON fc Co Why should you pay 39c at any other sale for Mens heavy Fleeced lined Underwear when Sam Bach can sell the same for 33c Saturday and Monday Mr Leslie Weddingwho is in with the Cumberland Telephone company statAioned at Henderson Ky is the I guest of his parents Dr and Mrs S J Wedding 0 Calf on the Hartford Gro cerymen for Fords Flour They all handle it FOR SALEA scholarship in the Owensboro Business University also scholarship in the Bowling Grew Business College Write us for prices The subject of Elder W B Wrights i discourse at Vie Christian church Masonic Hall next Sunday at eleven oclock will be The Inspiration o1 the Bible Every body should hear him You can get three grades of corn meal at Fords Mill roller unbolted roller bolted and oldfashioned burrh 27tf J W Ford Prop WANTEDMen in each State to travel post signs advertise and leave samples of our goods Salary 7500 per month 300 per day for expen ses KUHLMAN Co Dept S Atlas Block 27t12 Chicago 111 A Sunday school was organized by the Christian church congregation last Sunday Services will be held at the Masonic Hall at the usual hour each Sunday Preaching ser vices will also be held there the first Sunday and Sunday night in each month NOTICEStockholders in the Hart ford Tobacco Warehouse Company are called to meet at the Court- House in Hartford Tuesday Febru ary 8th at 10 oclock a m All are earnestly requested to attend as im portant business will come before the body DAVID MORELAND Secretary and Treasurer WANTEDTwo men in each coun ty to represent and advertise Hard ware Department put out samples of our goods etc Traveling Posi SalaryIfurnish th THE COLUMBIA HOUsE Dept 610 llcnon Blag 26t4 Chicago Ill m u puuMr S 0 Keown Horse Branch was a pleasant caller yesterday Miss Lydia Goering Hawesville is the guest of her brother Mr Let GoeringBorn to the wife John Sandefur Nocreek the 25th ult a fine ten pound boy Eston Williams of the west Hart ford neighborhood called to see us Wednesday IIvillj Peters Shoes for wear Peters Shoes for style you will find then at the old prices at Long CosI Economy Store I NOTICK Everyone who has any I stock belonging to me is requested to bring same home at once I ED DAVIDsoN I Shreve Ky Take advantage of our 2 clubbing offer with the Louis ville Daily Herald It will last only a IIp Mr W W Hurt formerly of the Economy Dry Goods Store here has accepted a position as stenographer with Frank B Alford Co lum ber dealers of Louisville He has i many friends here who will be pleas ed to know that he has secured a splendid position The Board of Supervisors completed its second session yesterday Quite a number of persons who had been given notice appeared and of fered up their grievances but the Majority of them failed to put in their appearance The listed value of property was raised about 225000 Hartford Water Mill is now in the swim making the finest of Flour Meal and Feed stuff from the very best pro duct of wheat and corn Your patronage is solicited J W Ford Proprietor Hartford is fortunate indeed to have Ora Samuel Gray from Massa chusetts here next Wednesday to give us his famous lecture Three Psrin a Pod at the Court House Miss C Lewis will sing and there w1iVift quartette and the orches tra It is under the auspicies of the locaj Y M C A Mr Gray some to us highly recommended and with the music it should be an evening long to be remembered WANTED by Chicago wholesale and mail orderhouse assistant man ager man or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expense paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No investments or experience required t Write at once for full particulars and enclose selfaddressed envelope CoOIER Co 2H10 132 Lake Street Chicago III ExCounty Attorney W H Barnes and and exCircuit Court Clerk Sam A Anderson Lawyers have formed a partnership for the practice of their profession and have fitted up a suite of rooms on the sec ond floor of J S Glenns office build ing on Main street This combination constitutes an able and well equipped law firm and a lucrative practice will certainly be their por tion Their card appears elsewhere in these colums v A move is one foot to organizie a mommothcoal company with head quarters at Hartford Looking to this end Col C M Barnett Mr Bud Bennett exSheriff Cal P Keown Sheriff R B Martin Messrs A M and V G Barnett Sam Barnett CR Campbell Rowan Holbrook and others have pooled 5000 acres of coal lands lying North of Hartford with the understanding that if the new railroad is built a company will be formed to develop and work the mineral Mr Guy Eskridge Williams eldest son of our popular business man Gross B Williams is spending a few days in the capitol city Washington Mr Williams is with the Commercial Agency of R G Dunn Co sta boned at Philadelphia Pa and is one of the mst promising and enterprising ybung business men thatI Hartford has produced in recent alwaysIo lJ I ments for which Ohio county men ufod women seems specially destined 11 Iof fir F ViI 7 S 1 E P Barnes Bro FURNITUREOne of the most essential elements that contribute to the comforts and happinessof home is gojjftLv f fr attractive substantial Furniture Good BedsriiceV N1 Dressers Chairs Rockers Mattresses Springs Safes Cupboards Folding Beds Folding Lounges and anything in the Furniture line you need We are acknowledged leaders in this line andwo quote some very low prices on these goods We show nothing but Furniture of intrinsic value Every Dresser is made of dependable oak every Glass is French bevel plate workmanship of every piece is positively guaranteed And it is your interest we consider as well as our own If we satisfy you yoti will satisfy us by your patronage Visit our Furniture department told see our line v t Beaver DarnI +++ a+++t+++++ +++H+o a+++i BANK OF HARTFORD lss2eit Capital StockM 4000000 t Surplus 12 00000i Stockholders Addll Liability 4000000 i Securety to Depositors 9200000+ W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier 1H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier u FqRDi+ t JNO CTHOMAS iF4++wtd4rdrFMF1 + + t41 FtFiF The Ohio county Anti Saloon Lea gue will meet at the Hartford Bap tist church next Wednesday Febru ary 8th Supt Jas DeWeese returned yesterday afterseveral days stay at Dun dee and Beech Valley looking after the formation of new school districts Two new cases of Scarlet fever have developed Little Winnie Sim merman laughter d Mr and Mrs R E L Simmerman and little Rosa Collins daughter of Mr and Mrs I W H Collins are the subjects IMr Ellis Ashley died at his residence I about a half a miles north of I Hartford last Sunday morning after several weeks illness of acute con sumgtion He was 26 years old at the time of his death He and his brothers Oscar and Rufus have been residents of thiJ farm which is own ed by Sheriff R B Martin forsever al years His remains were interred at Mt Carmelcemetery near Buford A itt t R HOLBROOK JNO T MOORE +Jo+ o Directors 1 tlMonday at noon Rev J4Benn- ett conducted the funeral rites Have you fire insur ante policy issued by New York or Philadelphia Underwriters C EI Smith Soliting Agent Hartford Ky Mr and Mrs J E Curtis arid daughter little Miss Fern and son Master Hayden will leave tomorrow for a two weeks visit in Owens boro Evansvllle Boonville and Henderson They visit Mrs Mary Curry a niece of Mrs Curtis in Owensboro Mr John Curtis arid Curtsin other brother of Mr Curtis in Hen derson and quite a number of rein tives at Boonville Subscribe for Trig REPUBLICAN n + 4rrr w + nw r we = w w 1 PEONS OF SOUTH AMERICA Farmers Declare That Much of Crop i Is Lost Because of Poor Labor qFacilitiesOf Inbor conditions in Soutli America Frank Viborgaulhoro f IA Commercial Traveler in South America says The large planters of Ecuador complain that hey lose a part of their crop every year through inability to net slim clent laborers to harvest it AH in most tropical countries the quus tion of labor is most serious for among the lower classes the ncces sities of life ate so few and so eas fly obtained that there is little o- no r incentive for steady npplicu Lion In Ecuador the attempted solution of this is the introduc tion of the saute vicious system which our government found in force in the Philippines and has since been trying so desperately to root out namely peonage or debt servicelthe planter oilers hint a stunt luau with characteristic hot 1providence Iligvrlv accepts with the understanding Ihat he is to en ter the service of the planter and pay back the debt little by little Until il is paid lie cannot c nterlhlI titflthe debt unpaid stud it seldom peas that a debt once con lwfcdj in this way illl Icnllcelcll IIIIj over the debt always grows for lines are constantly checked e against the laborers IllOIlIlIlf he misses a day or breaks a tool until it actually results that tillI longer he 114111 dehtIThen the various members of his fancily ore drawn into the em ploy of the planter fur the osten ifsible purpose of helping to lift IhlI and gradually they too litIj come humid burly anal soul IhlI peons are not slices thii Is IgmI ously asserted on mil sides tail they might almost as well be slaves for even if their bodies not purchasable their debts 111I and through their ellll services mill a planter ellsitillI the service of a certain peon ra nj get it by paying the peons present employer the amount of his indebt edness This transfer of debt and service is a common practice ALL COMFORTS OF HOMEI Landlady Saw That Her Boarders Did Not Want forCIA MothIers Care I When Mrs Hiram Porter had a sign painted which bore the words Cotter Brook Farm and adver tised in three Boston papers for boarders she knew most of the trials which were likely to beset her path for before her marriage she had kept summer boarders in another town says Youths Com panion you have the same folks I 1former year asked one of her neighbors when Cotter Brook farm had been in operation changetHO you new It depends on what folks want said Mrs Porter decidedly If they are satisfied with a good plain table comfortable beds all outdoors and a mothers care they keep right on coming if they arent they dont e What do you mean hyla mothers c are1 asked the old neigh doubtfullyt that said Mrs Porter firmly Theyve all beer younger folks than I or if theyre 1alder theyre kind of childish in their judgment of course If on of my boarders gets a cold I pu him or her straight to bed with pepper tea inside of em and a hot flat outside If they dont like the treatment I put it toemthat Im not going to have Cotter Urook farm get titname of being unhealthy Mos generally they laugh and give in if they dont its their last season So with other things Vetfee J look out for and getting overhet on the tennis or croquet grounds IJAnd sitting over the stove in Il bhutup room I dont bold to for more than about so long And when I see theyoung folks all beat out I send em to bed early Theres another tiling When the night mail nines sometimes r therell be II telegram or two with it Well I newt give those an t till the next morning should if ovals earlier III the oveniiiir bin i R xr fIj1nilleif the news is good itll be all the better in the morning and if its bad theyll have their nights rest 1anyway I always send telegrams up with the ltot water pitchers in the morning at seven oclock The first train doesnt go till nine so thats time enough in any Chill Theres been one or two that have acted provoked about that but Ive dealt with them and thats been the end proll1ptlI never had any trouble rear sonable folks not a millIIN SPEARING THE OTTERi A Vivid for Life 11Hunters No lain stnans still hunt affords the thrilling excitement of the ot ter hunters spearing surrounds says Agnes C1Jaut in Outing Magazine Fifteen or twentyfive little skin skilTs with two or I three men in each paddle out tu der a chief elected by a common consent Whether fog or clear the spearing is done only in calm weather The long line of hitlatI kus circles silently over the silver Not a word is spoken Not a paddle blade allowed to clink against the bone gunels of the skiff Double bluuled paddles are frequently used so shift is made from side to side of the canoe without a change of hands The shut bidarkas take to the wallIII darkft Is lie mile on mile awash in the kelp rafts forests of sea slIIfI ift and fall with the wash of the tide Hither t he otter t hunters steer silent as shadows The circle widens deploys forum cordon round the outermost Iimi the kelp ileitis Suddenly a black object is seen lloatingon the silver surface of the watersns- ea otter asleep Quid as a hoist UK steersman lifts his paddle Not a word is spoken but so keen is the hearing of the sleeping otter the dip of the lifted paddle not splashed into the sea be fore the otter has awakened looked dived like lightning to tIIbottom before one of the Aleut hunters can hurl his spear Si lently tint a whisper the steersman signals again The hunters deploy in a circle half a mile broad round the place where the sea utter disappeared for they know that in 15 o1 minutes the animal must come up for breath and it cannot run further I hauI half a mile under the sea before it reappears Suddenly somebody sees a round black red head poke above the wa ter perhaps close to the line of watchers With a wild shout the nearest bfdarkas dart forward Whether the spear thrust has hit 01 missed the shout has do- n1Theenough terrified otter llin before it has breath Over the see ond diving spot a hunter is sin tioned and the circle narrows for the otter must come up quicker this time It must have breath Again and again the little round rufous head peeps up Again the shout greets it Again the lightning dive Sometimes only a bubble gurgling to the top of the water guides the watchers Presently the body is so full of gases from suppressed breathing it can no longer sink and a quiet spear throw secures the quarry No Eggs for Him A prominent real estate man having several good buys on hit list happened to meet an old ire frugatI a small fortune which he kept in a savings hank The real estate man tried to persuade him to invest his mousy in land and in speaking of the many advantages tvnxedtI warm Its a line nest egg to fall back upon Serita 1 vhnt vould I do mit cpr broken OfgHI1 asked Oh iio I keep my money in der bank San Francisco Chronicle IAut Wiedersehn I n memory of our Father Gone to join his appendix his tonsils lis olfactory nerve his kidney H Ids eardrum and a leg premature I ly removed by a hospital surgen who craved the experience Life SHOULD TAME THE ANIMALS Expqrts Advice to Those Who Go Moose Caribou IInHuntIng Deer have stood in plain sight of IT caribou and deer a great times without ahirming them in the slightest degree writes Charles I Cleveland in Outing Magazine It is my ex perience however that with these animals at least the sense of dis once is poorly developed that is they cannot determine with till 1 how far away you may he- lhllH one may approach very near he moves straight toward the game the instant he sways or takes a side step however the an imal a changed focus and is IjulllpII In stillhunting then step very often and look with the greatest lilliIacross the to to look low Most persons do not look over the ground enough they expect to see in plain sight some noble stag with head erect and every sense on the n1Prtvery- much as he is pictured in the oM sporting prints What one gener ally does Nelif he sees anything at all before it is too lateis the tip of a horn or the quirk toss of a tail or a dark shapeless mass up parent ly without beginning emj You are just asapt to set the an imal lying down as standing 111 provided you hoer made a good stalk A whitetail stands about as high as a small Shetland puny a caribou is out 11 mach taller brIJon soft ground or because he i largely hidden by bushes Look also for the peculiar spots of ioor look lung in Ihedark places and try not to mistake for foliage tin limp neck or side of your gime Look also of course for move men the small tree trunk that liehiud thou big log suddenly dis appears and another one takes it- splanthis unity mean that the buck has heroine suspicious and is stamping at you lifting first one foreleg and then the other and bringing each down as quietly tend smartly as he can When you come up with the nni mal you want prepare to shoot at once but do tint actually tire un tit you are ready If you have ap proaclied well he will not known your presence and you ran take your time Get sis close as you rats look hits over thoroughly III be sure you want him and lire full the shoulder or for the ureic ifyou are sure of yourself A good deal of buckfever or nervousness is caused by the fuel that you think he sees you or is about to start whereas as a matter of fact your seeing him at all probably shows disadvane itITake all the time you can watcli his ears he will begin to use then the instant he hears am sound or gets a telltale puff of nil then let him have It With moose keep on shooting until your animal is down tithe another shot at a carl bou if he doesnt seem to feel sufficiently hurt at the llrst and keep your eye on iinaster whitetail just as long as ollcauIf he runs off with his big brush elevated tIll chances are you will not see him again but if his tail is down he probably wont go far Could Not Look Pious A young man who secured a po sitlon ins mercantile house in Phil adelphia had at the recommeuda lion of a fellow employe engaged board and lodging in a private family The family were extreme ly devout Before each picot a long grace was said To their dismay ajid horror the new boarder sat bolt upright while the others at the table reverently bowed their heads When the second day passed and the man from the south evinced no disposition to unbend the good lady of the house could endure the situation no longer Atheism I she asked sharply IINo madam responded the new boarder Ibol1 Miss and Hit At an annual encampment of tin Honorable Artillery company at Streatleyonthe Thames not fete front Oxford Gohlwin Smith rwho was there experimented at the regimental rifle rauce IIU jr fist shot was botli a miss and a hit for it killed n cow for which the professor had to pay 30 Incendiary A lire occurred on premise rented by Jews in London The circumstances were somewhat suspicious and an agent of the in sitrance company was sent to in vcstlgate He interviewed tit senior partner nod also the junior partner as to the probable cause of the tire This was his report hi find that the senior partnei thinks it was caused by an arc light on the second floor the junioi partner thinks it was caused by an incandescent light on the firs floor but my is that it was mused by an Israelite III tit t Imsement THE FIRST GOLD IN ALASKA Discovered by n Russian Trader In 1832 on Annuk Illvor His tory of Find Gold was first discovered in Alaska on the Anauk river a trib unary of the Kuskokowim river which joists the latter stream about 2 outs below the trading post of Kalamakollsky says the Kelchikaii Mining Journal The Anauk river was discovered by Ivan Simenson 1III eCu in 1 S12 at which time he built a fort railed Iukeens fort ou the Kuskowim rer 5 miles above the month of the Anauk It was partly de stroyed by natives in 1S1I nod re built by Kalamakoir a Kusshiu under afterward cued called Ia la tutu kuh1 redoubt In ISfJ the headquarters till HussionAmerican Trading runt puny ware at Kitka and supplies were transported from thence to lukeeus Fort by tvayof Nashua gak river Tic chic river iced lake and down the Anauk river to the Kiislowim river and thence up A ream Hi miles to Ihr fort In KSI7 the yearly supplies WIIIIfHi- ll by wily of the mould of the Iviiskowim river and the old way abandoned as a summer routeand used only for thou purpose of send lag out the mails during the win Ire by dug teams II was the truly winter route the Kiissians ever used from any point on the Yukon othcotilxideiSiikaiand was only ibaiidoned for the purpose after luy left thrrnuiitny It was while on one of these I tips in ISt2 that Ihcltussiansdis Iovered gold on the Anauk iced it io known to davas the Yellow riv er of the Itussiaiis It is null known nlaIhrn I ht fr II I 1IlIIplllllIIill fug on any large scale or whether they found gold in iaving iimli tits huh it is thought to he the Irst lime on record of gold heiiitf ouiid in this country Lukeeii wits horn of Russian Hid Spanish American Creole parents in the Russ colony in Cal I fill II III He was well educated at the Silica school and proved to he 91111litttIIL1geIlallllllltIhgllltllicer the Yukon river from St Michael to Fort liihhon then at Hudson Irony company trading post which was built hy McMurray who de scended tin 1orcupine river in 1SI7 Lukccn was the first man who evcrconnected the Pellyriver of Cajuphell trod the sea He re turned to St Michael that tall In ISIifi the Kiissiiin garrison at KlamaUoir redoubt in charge of Hementoir was withdrawn the tinted States having purchased Alaska from the Hussiaus Beading Ahead When n girl says she cur rend you like n book she probably means that she can see your tin inhN Y Times Promctlr obtained orno fee Write for our obtaIn apply CO rPATENTHATnePAY and help Inrenton inoceu Send model photo or iketcb and we tend IMMKDIATK FRIK RBPORTON PAT ENTABILITY 20 rMn practice 1etat tend Patent Lawyers or come to OM at BOII07 7th St WASHINGTON D ft SURE CURE- For All Diseases o- fSTOMACH LIVER G KIDNEYS L + x + CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS nest Couch Syrup Tepee Ood U9 In Urns SM by druccl 7 RNNOUN6EMT8 I ILLINOIS GEKYRHIi R R The Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service opeaatcs the best of trains with Dining Curs Chair Cars BuffetLibrary Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chicago St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville South to New Orleans The best road for reaching the Tourist resortt- of the South including New Orleans Vicksburg Gulfport Miss Hammond laIMardi Grass at New Orleans Feb 27 won Gulfport is a Mexico Gulf Cost resort having tHe new tin Great Southern Hotel UcRularl ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Central America j Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for descriptive matter in regard to the above Havana via New Orleans Havana Cuba is host reached via the Illinois Central through service New Orleans and the ocean liner twinscrew nineteen knot S S Prince Arthur leaving New Orleans every Wednes duty at 100 p in and arriving at Havana at Sunrise 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and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK KOCUREDANDDCrCNDEOhMroodL ad bo to IterupjrryhU etc IN ALL COUNTRIES flttrit Jirrtl wllk Wailing to yarn taws m 001rfbw tktlabel ilfWriteIU Lath trees isP Vital slates ratA OBce WASHINGTON D C Thousands of Acres for Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE fa Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and trot reeJnlna chair cars HomeseeKere Excursions first and third Tuesdays of each pamphletsfolders R C TOWN SEN- Otea1 hnrn5Tkt foLOllIS RTOMATTHEWS f rlpv1dmlraLGr ntuh RE tflVO I r RESTORES VITALITY Made a Well Man of Me TpRENCS RE1t2 JDYproduce the above rcinlti In 30 day tt icti- powtrfnlly and QuicklY Curt when allotbentalL 3oung men will russia their lost mihbooil and old men will recover their youtblul vuor br tuioa IIUVIVO It qulcklr and surely restore Nervous net Loal Vitality Impotcncr Nightly Emliiloct LoitrowirFdllDf Memory Wstlnr OlieutliDd to effect ot itUabnie or ezceiitnd IndUcnlloa Htlcb mate one toretudybualneasormarrlage II not only cures bystarting at the seat of dlleu bul li tgreat gene tonlo and blood builder bring lug bank the pink 10 to pole cheek ndr storing the flro of youth It wards off Iniuit and Coniamctlon Insist on having KEVTVO DO other It can be carried in teat pocket By mall Looperpukueorallioreac0WIthsposttin the money Book nitrite tree Address DOYU MEDICINE COIarlne i11 For sale in Hartford Ky by J H Williams druggist OUR NEW YORK WEEKLY LETTER Early Spring Street Gowns Fads an Fancies In Neckwear Dy RENE DEVERAUX 1111 spirit of xndulilllty I very pro nmiiictil In Niw York these lust few vtfltn mill It IMS become very pojiular till IliHliloimltlt women to glee Sunilay U oclock dinners to their Intimate frlciiilK either at liome or at sonic up town rexlaiirant HeliiK the only holl o tiny of the week for bunlness men they call enjoy these Informal affairs with 0111 belnn harassed by business enpinc o iiients Then too the refreshments arc xo light that 110 one hex a disagreeable CMIiiK towanl his hostess the next niornliu At one of theo llnniTx late ly the fostiiincrt worn by the women were almost as brilliant as those worn at the opera only no Jewels were played but till colors made one th111 of an old fashioned Harden The OJMTII seiiHO hns surely rendiml Its height during the last week 111111 tn straiiRers coming Into town It Is really worth the price of an admission ticket Just to see the beautiful costumes Jewels tied feathers In fashion history the pusshiK Honmn will be recorded us ADVAKCl STYLE HIKINO SUIT raNT Cal AND CIRCULAR HKIRT one of feathers for n harvest of tllemI In still to he Keen on till the latest wluter hats besides It Is predicted thltI they will be worn to n certain eaten- ht the spring Uut then no one can fore tell to n certainty what new fashions will become popular As soon as anything new becomes universal It ceases to be fashlonulile A few of the new spring street cos tumes are being displayed In time shot windows and showrooms this week One wonders where nil these changes come from for there Is a distinct new style In nil the models One was a mannish gray suit of cloth with a cash mere finish The short pony coat and circular skirt are both trimmed withI gray buttons having black velvet cell ters Time buttons ou the skirt trimmed the center of the front and reached down to time hem making a most orlgl nal little walking suit A- f very jaunty looking costume was a flecked wool In gray and white a short hip coat closed In front smart buttons beginning Just below the velvet collar Many of the new skirts are circular but the plRltrdI skirts have been such favorites the some of the latest models show th pltjltetl effect with panels set In the back old sides sometimes n plaited panel down the front This Is a decid ed relief to the home dressmaker be cause the circular skirt Is lionS properly especially walklhg lengtllI Many of the demltallorcd suits for young ladles are set off most beautifully with time finest of embroidered cults and collars Dainty frllli for the neck READ THIS Hopkinsville Ky June 7 1901 This is to certify that I was troub led with kidney and bladder disease- for three years and found nothin to releave me until I tried the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery which has given me positive reliefI and I think a permanent cure JAS lt 1IIPKINSI A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emlsje sion weak and lame backs rheu111j tism and all irregularities of neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by you druggist wilUbe sent by mail o receipt of 100 One small bottleI is two months treatment 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 41 t QafY yY and elbow jslvn n suit Hint aristocratic feminine toudi that every ono IIHIKM for anil tllil Is where a girl trim use her originality to great ailvniitnKc Jliero nrc so ninny liuiiilnnule tiling sold In tin xliopx that it suit Is tin ally coni leli wltliont Homo dainty lilt of ilult and frills ou It springdadditional thought of what to wear about the neck on milder dnys In place of the heavy furs to which xo many people object Some lovely Inexpeimlve seek scarfs and muffs were seen III imitation 1crslan lamb They were pale Kiay with n unique design In silk curd rminlnjc throiiKh the stole unit the name effect curried out In the muff IlKht Iximtlful thhiKs ran be made of iiiiillne chiffon or any Klinllnr nin torlnl and trimmed with Hill Ill bout Sandwiched In between these dell cote early xprliiR displays one sees time ever popular shirt waist stilt of sheer lawn with deep or narrow tucks on the full skirt The waist IN either plain or exquisitely trimmed In tine lace or hand embroidery according to the price told material Tho gaud lines thetakrobe especially since entire Itof uudlspute1dcdxinu Our rendfra may have nclvlco on pur chasing and any question concerning fashion or fabrlcii nniiwerM without charge liy Reno Dcverntix the fashion expert by mldrcsxlnir Reno Dcvcrnux NowYorkIn Self DefenseIMajor Hamm editor and manager of the Constitutionalist Eminence Ky when he was fiercely attacked years ago by Piles bought a fourI Bucklens Arnica Salve of which he says It cured me injten days and no trouble since Quickest healer of Burnes Soros Cuts and wounds 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store LAUGH TURNED ON ELDERS They Smiled at the Bride and Groom But Were Finally Forced Into a Confession The wedding party had come to the train to see them off and had played upon them all the oldtime jokes which probably no bride and bridegroom except Adam and lave have over escaped and which spent amusing only to the perpe trators relates the New York- r Iress Well at least we didnt get any Tics remarked the bridegroom 4s he dodged an old shoo which- t came sailing in through the car window after the train 0 had started No I had every bit of rico in the house boiled this morning said the bride as she fumbled with a white ribbon bow which decorated the suitcase And people think this is fun nvl cried the bridegroom with bitter irony Well we did when we decorate your sisters trunks and tied Iup the horses head with white rib bon his wife reminded himcYes it depends on ox whisperIIII ftturned indignantly The only oilier occupants of the Pullman were a couple past the first bloom youth but evidently on very otherPThe mans bat was pulled down over his eyes and he was shaking with silent laughter The woman was looking with a selfsatisfied look at the brides handbag on- twhich was an overlooked placard decorated with orange blossoms They can afford to laugh crumbled the bridegroom colder his breath Theyre safely past this stage of the game anyway Well I dont think its very nice of them said the bride with hushing cheeks and I suppose we thesandgthe verge of tears The bridegroom looked aroundIsavagely at the offending wanted to fight somebody and hoped the man would say some thing which would give him an ex icuse But ho only sat tJieresileut ly shaking which while it wasr maddening under the circumstan c sound not be conatrled as a violation of the law Presently the woman with him took off her IIhatrack for ne dear she saidtAt this the somethingnway 11fulldeny couple narrowly The man too was awkward about the hat and it waa evident that he wasnt accustomedto handling womens ft fiI STRONG ftl S lb or It lee Again Is what Mrs Lucy Stovall of Tilton Ga said after taking bKOdOI otherweak Dysptpsla Hundreds women an being re to perfect IItoredby this rem maybe well If you will take It I Indliutloncaus nearly all the sick ness that women hare It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour ringsbelchingheartburn all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat Del1u1a11u buds C34 tlBM BICb trill wit IoroteNolil by 7 WAYNE llltIPFIN A Typical New York Bargain You sometimes envy your city sisters their advantage In living so near the great New York stores and their abil ity to take advantage of the wonderful Uargaln Sale held from time to time- We have decided to allow our Mall Order customers to participate In those special offerings and we will set aside- a quantity from each Special Bale for our out of town customers but orders must be tent at once as the quantity will always be limited and the price will not hold good after tho reserved quan lily Is exhausted Tho waist Illustrated above Is of good quality White Lawn round yoke formed of five rows of Valenciennes lace Insertion and edge full blouso front tucked and lace Inserted full dleoves with deep tucked trimmed cuffs lace collar When ordering do not fall o state size The Special Price 99c Postage 0 cents additional Send for our January Special Muslin Underwear Sale catalogue Mailed fret upon request If you ore not on our mailing list write us today Our Spring and Summer Catalogue will be Issued early In Mardi and you should not fall to have a copy Address Room 201- BROADWAYIlenlJ R H MACYfd CO SqutraNEW YORK iiiHUgcar uhhyce slife enougn there was a perfect shower of as the hat fell from the mans hands to the floor The bridegroom nudged the bride Then they both doubled over not in hint in very laughter After a1 mo the elderly couple joined in he laughYes done it too con fessed the man as he picked the hat off the floor lind brushed it pen andyou seeWe didnt our rice 0 0 c1lN5fW 0TCXA Soars theThe Kind You Hare Always Boujft Slpatm f I Cumbeland TELEPHONE AND Telegraph Co e ncurporateJ t lucres nothing the mutter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone In my icaldence sea place ol business My business has Increased and my wiles voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition fl EPRTE Mgr v Oh1o County Circuit Court TKnirkhtndJndKe Den O ItlnKo Attorney Oscar llldkltt Jailer Ed 0 Harms Clerk Frank L Fells Matter Coi- nmlulooegYLMoseleyTrustee Jury Fund It B SInrtln Sheriff Hartford Deputy SheriffS A Ilratcber I P Crovder E II Megan Jo II Robert JtirConrtronTeneifirat Mon day In March and August and continues three weekiaud third Monday In May and November two week County CourtW n Taylor Judge W8 TlnleyClerkE MWoodirard Attorney hartf- ord Ja CoartconTenc first Monday In oath monthQoarteriyCoartIiegtne on the third Monday In April July October and January Court of Claims Convenes tint Monday In Jan nary Toeeday alter second Monday In OctoberrOther Officers X Mousy Snrreyor Shrive S W teach AiseMorKob HoyJnmefl DaWeett School Superintendent Hartford Gerome Allen CoronerJlDfOTviBtlcaa Courts N Darrasi Heaver DamMarch 24 June 23 September 14 December 24 I W P Miller Iloslnt March 26 Juno 25 Sep ember 23 December 26 wsDean DundeeAlarch2Jnne26Sepatember 26 December 57 W R Edge FordiTllloUarch 28 Jun 27 September 27 Deem ber 2t II B Chamberlain IledaMarth 29 June 28 September 28 December 29 Herbert Render i ertovn March 30 Jnn 29 September December 30 John Mlles llorltpprt March 31 June 30 Sep tember 0lIeremher3t ZZetxtfoxd 3cllce Court II R Wedding Judge City At torney S r Harriett Marehal Court con vened second Monday In each month 221tgioua Senr1ee M E Church South Senrlcei third Sunday each month at 11 a m and 7 pm and econ Sunday atTpm Prayer meeting ereryWednei j dayereulog RevJALewis Paitor Baptist Church Serrlces held Saturday nigh before lecond Sunday Sunday and Sunday tight and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening EevA B s OardnerpntoreI Serrlcea first Sunday In each month at 11 am and 7 pm Rev J D flay nedpastorSchoolTrusteeeHartfordCMCtowe J S Olenn Dudley Ford D E Tl ntuDr E B Peudleton City ConncllJ H William Mayor Clerk 11 E Hlmmerman Dr E B PendletonAD White Wm Fair Wm Dean Dr J W Taylor Secret Seelvtlosi A O U W meets grit and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 678F 4 A Masons firs Monday night lieach month Hartford Tent No03 Knights of the Mace ft bees every Thursday night Rough rover Lodge No 110 Knights ol Pjrthls metsvery Teedy night I Preston Morton Post No 4 0 A B hold rig nlarmeetlngsSatnrdaybelorefiratSnndaylnearb month THE 1906 World Almanac and Encyclopedia IS ON SALE ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES It is volume of nearly seven hun dred pages and sells for 25c Sent by mail for 35c A Reference Book of unusual value almost indispensable to any man of business or in the profes slonsIt contains information on more than 1000 timely topics and repro sents over 10000 facts suchas arise daily for answering Election statistics agricultural fi nancial educational railroads shipping etc etc through all the list of topics wherejiew figures are most valuable 34 columns of index Send for this Standard AmericanI AnnualAddres3 THE WORLD Pulitzer Building New York City I 3u 1- N i = T Home Made Have your cake muffins and tea his cuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty and wholesome houseVwife to produce at home quickly and economically J fine and tasty cake the raised I hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with which the readymade food t found at the bakeshop or grocery does compareRoyal greatest of bakeday helps ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Hartford Republicani FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2IJ HEROES OF THE DRIVE Terrible Perils Which They Encounter- In Breaking Log Jams In I Rivers i Among the occupations which are brimful of danger and iu a which mien take their lives in their j hands is log dying It is n q work without glory yet it is as dangerous as that of the fireman and one is tempted to say as that of the seacoast lifesavers says the New York Tribune Certainly in rl the Adirondacks Maine Michigan Canada and wherever it is carried on each year a large number of i lives are lost considering the few men employed It is an employ meat in which the mans safety de pends on his skill coolness and quickness in perceiving what to do at the right time The chief danger is the breaking of log jams in midstream ofa pittcovered by the flood lull form a pile two or three rods wide anywhere from tine to thirty rods longl and perhaps six or eight logs deep Thus a jam may coiilain JiOOO or 10000 logs To break a jam of this x kind the boss sends or lakes oni three or four of the batmen in till log driving crew Jhl experts f are men known as white water men because of their ability to I ride standing up on a log through water that is splashing and foam ing over rocks They land at lilt upstream end of the jam where one of the men remains with the boat while the others go totIh 1 lower end of the jam to pick away iEwithlheii lta rleys levers the logs close to the rocks against which the jam rests They seek for the key log which when pried out starts the jam moving so that it either hangs Ills again or breaks to pieces When the men see that il Is 1tallIbreaking they run over lima heaving and bounding tangle of logs to the boat at the head of tilt jam A slip OJU misstep means a fall between the grinllitigaant toss I jug logs The logs iimy become Sll separated that it is impossible to reach the h0aitifthis happens tIll white water man must make food his name by making his way to maybetimber spreads apart to suet an extent that he is compelled fn stick to a single log and here it is Iitha1 he best shows his ability as ji logdriver He balances himselfou the upst ream end of the log stead its himself upon his spike Hhoe and steers clear of time rocks before him Then men on the shore stop to watch He may ride to safety and he may tool E EITHER SIDE WOULD DO Abashed Colored Man Springs Joke In Court Room Superior Law yer Is Humbled In an action recently pending 1- t a Hiiuthern court wherein an oh colored man was suing a white J1 IitJ r71e1lKl Il1latI lit defendant was a lawyerof standing at the bar who felt highj it was somewhat lowering I dignity to be connected in any I manner wit ha mugger case The colored mans attorney was very i busy at his office on the day the fait was set for trim and as the court was behind with thedocket he told his client to stay in the courtroom and send for him when the rasa was about to be reached The old darky after trying in vain to get his bearings ap proached till dignitled attorney for the defense and with an obse quious bow asked I Iviinnel eau yo tell me when dat ease of aurns ooiiifn up fo trial 60 I am not trying your side of that cast replied the lawyer frigidly I The plaintiff somewhat taken aback by the lawyers icy manner 111ttti5P me would yo mind tellin me wheif yosj gwine lo try yo side of that case Thats All Corruption wins not more than hnucstgAoted the pot Iital citizen This recent 11ltiOIlI means the permanent dl the bosses h Not at all the practical citil xen retorted As Tennyson would liny its only a rift in the loojChicago SIIIII300 FOR LONG AUTO TRIP toIScarcity of Trains Compels Brokers PIIY High Rate for a Twelve i Hour Journey Tonnpall is flit place wheremon cy eitvula tes LcdRFiIui cahey stuck broker I was over three the other day with several friends and at four oclock in true afternoon we engaged an automobile to take us to Itnllfrog We could have taken a train as far as fiohllield the next morning hat we didnt want to wait It is a 12 hour trip by nutomobile from Tonopah to Itnllfrog and we de riled that we would be able to stand the strain so we summoned the automobile Whats the tariff I asked the chauffeur as wo were about to start Three hundred dollars he said Ila ha Pretty good joke I said Sow seriously what is the charge Three hundred dollars he re geared And Ill be baked for a lobster if that wasnt the charge It was the regular tariff and he wouldnt come down a nickel And as we had to be in Bullfrog the next morning we paid the +300 Dy Proxy A man came up to a lecturer in a hotel in KlIlIsasOItJsayingwilh j enthusiasm Well sir I enjoyed your lecture very much last night 1 didnt see you there Oh C wasnt there Well what do you mean by telling me you en joyed my lecture timid you were not ticlwlsIand they both went A a fa ATE THE BISCUIT SAMPLES And Housewife Tells Distributer of Religious Matter That His Prod ucts Were Served at Breakfast About a year or so ago when a zealous evangelist and his baud of followers carne to his city house to house visitation was one of the features in their energetic cant paign in behalf of religion Dur jug this household canvassing n Brooklyn woman unintentionally gave one of the tract distributers a peculiar opinion of the tastesof one family in this borough On i certain Wednesday tile tract nun came to the door and with a bow anti a prayer and a superior smile left his volume of religious pun phlets for the inspiration of the fancily Sot more than an hour later a businesslike advocate o a particular brand of biscuit ap peared anti left samples of a world renowned brain food with Iheohl th1dUIIlIINnot worthy of the right of citizen ship Until the next morning the tracts and the health food reposed in peace Hut tilt family stood for advancement in everything so 1 Ithe new food was doctored up sugar and cream and sampled while the critics chewed and frowned their disapproval That afternoon a man withal little boy appeared at the door and the maid announced the arrival lit the un i known guest to the mistress The latter thinking it must surely be the biscuit man returning for his samples and not recognizing her beIup to break the news of the disap pearance of his samples We rte them she called downstairs and as the stranger made no reply We ate them ate them l she shouted Only the maid saw the horrified expression on the face of the tract man but she will never forget she says the frenzied nine j city with which he grabbed his lung and tied precipitately from j the home of a family of such hrtI ligious tastes Consumption of Liquor 1Yearly h t years we have been not only absolutely but relatively more spirits thou the year before The lowest consump tion of 101 gallons plIIlIJ1itn was reached in 18i Since Unit time the consumption has steadily mounted until the latest figures show 148 gallons aiiincrease of IJIi per cent Theconsnniption beer in the same time has increased only 18 per cent In the SHIll eight years total abstinence has become more and more regard ed as a business asset Railroad companies loud commercial houses in constantly increasing num hers require it while time area in which till sale of intoxicants id prohibited by law is larger than ever before Despite the increased consumption of liquor there is no reason to believe that ill hlII 111 ante has increased Detroit Free Press Curious Cossack Customs Many queer customs and usages are prevalent among the Cossacks of time Don No man changes his clothing on Monday If he did it is believed that he would suffer from a severe skin disease On Thursday no fat or flesh must be pickled or corned If anyone neg lected this his meat would be full of worms in a fortnight Wool is not spun on u holiday else tin cattle will sicken and die A hen is always given an uneven number f eggs to hatch never an even num bi Hones left from a dinner at a funeral art thrown into the riv er else the dead will appear to the living in fearful shape mud at the same meal no one dare cut breadIt must always be broken Always Sure About all the prominent cite zen gets out of life is a carriage ride and an assessmentDUNDEE 111129Health iriii communi ty is good The beautiful spring like days make the farmers feel like sowing oats or plowing for corn I The A S of Es are having some interesting meeting at this place Members should attend regularly meetings are the 2nd and 4th Satur day right bat ors Byron Bean and Claude if i w attended the A S of E 1 i 1 Greatest Subscriptiolli Proposition Ever Offered Louisville Daily Herald 8400 per year Hartford Republican 100It I Regular price of both papers 5OO Clubbing price 200 This proposition is for a limited time only Present Subscribers can take advantage of this offer as same its new ones All you have to do is to pay your subscription to TIII REPUBLICAN to February 1 1907 and 100 in addi tion and get the splendid newspaper the Daily Herald for one year Aclcli 8 Fill c rclert tea THE REPUBLICAN u meeting at Narrows on last Friday nightHenry Pirtle was in our town last week Porter McDowell of near Hartford visited his brother Dr Mc Dowell last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs J B Mitchell spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs J E Mitchell Esq Dean spent a few days last week visiting relatives in Brecken ridge county Columbus King who has been vis Ring the family of James King- Smallhous for the past two weeks csterdaI at work The people of this town and vicin ity are bitterly opposed to the new county Nearly every one have signed a petition against the new county CERALVO Jan 30 William Kimbley who has been in Risen Ark for the past eigtecn months has returned home L A Kimmel is the happiest man in this country It is a boy Miss Josie Barnard is attending school in Beaver Dam Miss Hattie Milner Kirtley is visiting her mother Mrs P A Milner Mrs Mollie Humphry Paradise is visiting her aunt Mrs Mollie Smith here Nat White Logan county visited the family of C R Richardson Sun daySam Smith our merchant is spend ing a few days at his old home near Paradise For a short time only you can get The Republican and the Louisville Daily Herald for 200 per year CANE RUN Jan 20G J Christian the sing ing master of this place spent Satur day and Sunday 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