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I at t ttxrtferbUqi Fine Job Work a Specialty WIT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN THE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9 1906 No 30 IN COUNTY COURT important Cases Settled Two Wills ProbattdCourt Still in Session The Ohio County Court convened in regular session Monday with more than the usual amount of business There were about twenty cases for the condemnation of the right of way for the new railroad In the W M Warden case a motion was made for change of venue which was over ruled and the case was passed until next Monday and the case against Capt S K Cox was passed until today In the railroad right of way cases against H Roach S P and M T McDowell and Fitzhugh Ren frows heirs the commissioners re port in each case was hy consent of- aJ the defendants confirmed The re port allowed J II Roach 282 S P and M T McDowell 430 and the Renfrow heirs 130 Also the cases of II M E It R Co vs Ira Pirtle ct vs Verna Renfrow c vs Ada Belle Adding ton c thee commissioners report was confirmed in each case Comth vs Mitchell Taylor of color charged with bastardy Ver dict of jury guilty and it was ad judged that he pay to the child 10 a year pr sixteen years Failing to execute bond he was remanded to jail to satisfy the judgment He will remain in jail ten days and take the insolvent debtors oath County Attorney E M Woodward being counsel for the defendant Judge John B Wilson was appointed to conduct the prosecution Will of Jesse Potter probated t Under the terms of the will all the property real and personal goes to wife and at her death to Miss Sadie Hendrix Srprotf i his estate was given to her death the home place and its appurtenance to go to his son R Lee Taylor and the remainder to be equally divided among the remain der of his children- L S Hoover c motion for lo cal option in the Horse Branch vot ing precinct An election has bee ordered and March 3rd fixed as th day to hold the election KILLS HIMSELF Did Jesse Taylor of Owens boro Because he Had no Money Owensboro Ky Feb 6JessT- aylor nineteen years of age because I lie was out of work and had no money with which to pay his board sent a bullet through his heart this afternoon at his boardinghouse on West Main street He passed by a young woman who was sweeping snow off a pile of coal and told her that he would assist her in the work He started to the house for a coal bucket but changed his mind upon reselling the steps and pulled are placedvolverthe muzzle to his side and fired His father Charles Taylor committed suicide many years ago His mother lives in Louisville oAta Toan z0Bean the A Hit Kind Yen Haw Alrars Butft tlJptue tlltl J 1 FREE TRIP TO MAMMOTH CAVE Offered By The Republican to School Boys of Ohio County Our Readers Will Name the Most Popular Boy in Each Mag isterial District 4t How mapy persons in Ohio county have seen the Mammoth Cave Situated less than 100 miles from us it is visited every year by A people from every land as one of the seven wonders of the world Doubtless many of our readers have been embarrassed when in other Statesthey were asked to describe the wonderful Kentucky Cave and were compelled to admit to the utter astonishment of the ques tioner that they have never seen it To contribute somewhat toward this necessary part of the boys education the management of this paper has decided to inaugurate a pilgrimage to the cave for the first week in September of this year and seven school boys one from each Magisterial district in Ohio county between the ages of 12 and 20 will be given the trip free of charge accompanied by one of the editors OUR PLANEvery school boy in Ohio county who was not less than 12 nor more than 20 years old January 1 1906 will be entitled to be voted for The candidate receiving the largest number of votes cast for any one in his district will be entitled to the trip Every candidate must reside in the district from which he is named and the right is reserved to withdraw the offer in any district from which only one is nominated Every years subscription to TilE REPUBLICAN of 100 whether arrears or advance will entitle the subscriber to 10 votes and six months subscription to 5 votes The names of candidates with number of votes received to date will be published each week No employe or member of the family of anyone connected with this paper will be elligible as a candidate Per sons sending votes by mail will please cut out and use the following ballot TRIP TO MAMMOTH CAVE I cast this ballot of votes For Who age li btWfOell lrsad rO rein District No Precinct IIit T Signed i Address Y A State V County S z- r f tYzF y tfi irry C n rT OHIO COUNTY TEACHERS Where They are Spending Vaca tion as Reported by the Supt Misses Lillian Monroe and Ola Hoover and Messrs Marvin Black Oscar Stewart J T Hoagland Claude Shultz Oscar Shultz and C S Bennett are attending the Agri cultural and Mechanical College at Lexington ClarenceeArthur Moxley and Albert Moxley have entered the Southern Normal School at Bowling Green Misses Maymce Shown and Lena Miller are in school at Valpariso IndJ P Holbrook and Ella L Nor ris contemplate entering the same school soon theprincica Daviess county and will begin work there in a few days Messrs Chas and Clarence De Weese 0 W and T J Edge I J Hoover and W S Sandbach are in the Hospital College of Medicine at Louisville and L D Whittakeris in the Louisville Medical College Clarence Allen will enter a busi ness college at Paducah soon John C Hoheimer has accepted a position with a lumbar company at Albuerkerque New Mexico Miss Allie Fielden will teach a spring session at Buford Henry Leach is still in his school at Curdsvillo Davies county Messrs Owen Hunter antBerry Taylor have secured with the Madisonville Hartford and Eastern Railroad C A Keone is teachinga spring school at Shreve Arthar P Miles has accepted a position withWilson Co nt Fords villeSeth Moseley has been chosen marshal of Hartford and has already assumed the duties of the office A represensative number of the teachers has entered the schools at Hartford and Beaver Dam E M Kimmel has secured a posi tion in a grades school in the Indi anTerritoryMisses Stoms and Lou Hoov er both have positions and are now teachidg in Oklahoma T Wade Stratton has opened up a mercantile business in Cromwell Robert Head has just finished a course in Telegraphy at Bowling Green and will soon be assigned to a position h Court House Deputy Sheriffs S A Bratcher and Comodore Ashley arrested five men ednesday evening and placed them in jail to serve out fines here tofore assessed It wasnt a very good day for the business either x The Electric light people propose to run their plant in the morning from three till half past six if the city will run on a dark schedule that is require no lights if the moon is shining Their proposition ought to be accepted Owensboro has no lights when the moon shines and keeping them burning here this week was like carrying a lantern at noon day e The present County Judge is being complimented by the lawyers for rendering his decisions without com ment A farmer trying to play judge is not well equipped to explain the reason of the law to gray headed barresters and if he persists in doing so can make a very great donkey of himself e H F Lowe ex county Assessor takes charge of rural free delivery route No 2 next Thursday Ex Sheriff C P Keown donned a pair of overalls some weeks since and is once more a real sure enough farmer M S Ragland the exClerk is interested in business enterprises here and owns a farm at Dundee that will consume his time and excoun ty Judge J P Miller has not yet made his decision He will probably go into the insurance business T H Black did not wait for his suc cessor to enter business but has been in busines for several months W H Barnes has one of the nicest if not finest law office in town and seems glad to be a free lance at the bar once more Only the exCoro ner Ben L Davis grieves as one who will not be comforted His job did not pay much but it was interesting S L H Condit alias Hice has been appointed to an excellent place un der the Civil service rules and assi gnedwork under collector Franks at Owensboro Hice was deputy clerk for M S Ragland four years ago and is well known here When the Lord formed Hice Condit he gave him 120 pounds of bone and muscle a brain that could reason straight but was capable of subterfuge and a heart whosenormal impulse was to hit a man and help the woman Bless the name of the Lord Ernest Woodward sometimes sec tion hand school teacher lawyer and candidate has essayed a new part lIe is teacher of the Bible Class at the Christian Sunday school Lee Simmerman was mean enough to recall that Frank James was the chief drawing card at a church fair once in St Louis and J E Fogle said he felt like his taxes were being raised S 5 I have not touched the sounding chords Of music or of song I have not taught with burning words Lifes duty to the strong Enough for me if I have been Fates intrument in helping men To lift their burden up again And bear their cross along GOES BACK TO SCHOOL Does Lura Davidson Who Mysteriously Disappeared Sev eral Weeks Ago London Ky Feb 6Miss Lura Davidson the young lady who be came despondent over her arithmetic lesson and stole away from a cot tage whereshe was rooming and at tending the Sue Bennett Memorial College a week ago last Friday night artd went to Louisville and see cured employment at the Louisville Hotel under the name of Miss Lena Dawson returned to London Some few days ago she wrote a letter to Miss Lucy Lee Mahan the evangelist who brought her here and put her in school asking her to go to Prof J C Lewis principal of the school and ask him to allow her to return and reenter school Her request was granted andshe will reenter school tomorrow J A Miller Killed by Train Central City Ky Feb 6J A Miller a prominent farmer of Ech ols Ky was killed here this after noon He was walking on the railroad track and steped out of the way of the switch engine only to step in front of the fast passenger train going east He lived and hour the accident ccuring at 3 oclock He leave a wife and several chil dren He was formerly a methodist minister We are going to take seven school boys of Ohio county to the Mammoth Cave without cost to them License toWed The following permits to wed have been ranted by County Clerk W S Tm ley since our last issue T E Funk Taffy age 123 to Amy Lake Hartford age 17 R T Wid ick Wysox age 24 to Ora Kennedy j Wysox age 16 Arthur Mitchell I Olaton age 19 to Ara Miller Olaton age 19 Robert H Evans Dundee age 19 to Lydia A Guy Mason age 16 E A Carter Fordsville age 23 to Lula Rhoads Fordsville age IOi Leonard B Bean Ralph age 22 to Bertie Greer Ralph age 21 il CUBAN MINISTER U S Recommends Peruna Senor Quesada Cuban Minister to the United States Honor Quesada Cuban Minister to tho United States is an orator born IB an article In The Outlook for July 1809 by George Kcnnan who heard Quesada speak at the Kstcban Theater Mantanzaa Cuba ho said I have seen many audiences tinder the spell of eloquent speech and In the grip of strong emotional excitement but 1 have rarelywitnessed such a scene as at tho close of Quesada eulogy upon tho dead patriot Marti In a letter to Tho Peruna Medicine Com pony written from Washington D C Senor Quesada says Peruna I can recommend as a very good medi cine It Is an excellent strengthening tonic and it is also an efficacious cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh Gonzalo De Quesada Congressman JIl Dankhead of Ala bama one of the most influential memo bersof the House of Representatives In fronjWashingtonDCgtvea tarrh remedy Poruna la tho following word Your Peruna It one ot the best medicines I ever tried and no family should be without your remarkable remedy Asa tonic and catarrh cure I know ot nothing betterJ nBankhead DAVIESS CO MURDERERS Four Charged With That Crime Uncaptured All Elud ed officers Otrrn bori Mellellgtr Robert Robison who killed Jim Matt Smith at the negro Baptist church near Grissoms landing Sat urday has not been captured and Sheriff Harl believes that he has left the State The Sheriff and one of his deputies spent all of Saturday night looking for him They discov ered circumstances which led them to believe that he crossed the river to the Indiana shore about 730 oclockThere are now four men charged with committing murders in Daviess county who have not been captured They are Robertson Elliott Smith andJesse Vaughn negroes and Bar ney Long a young white man Long killed a young man named Clayton at an ice cream supper at Petitt last summer Elliott Smith killed Chick Griffith a negro inn cabin in the rear of Frank Birks residence in November Vaughn is said to have been implicated in the killing of the negro Hunt several months ago Elliott Berry a negro has been sent to the penitentiary irthis killing but Vaughan wu dd over to the grand jury by UK Mnty judge and several witnesses testified that ho fired the shot- HORSE RANCH Feb 5Rev W D O fUcil Ms regular appointr Sjiuirdiy night and Sunday Miss Effie 11 v as tile guest of Miss Ethel Boyd riunday Miss Hallie Lauless daughter of Dr Lauless is expected to visit her father next week Lon Daniel of near this place is very sick we are sorry to say Miss Vernie Davis was the guest Thera U but a single meditibo rhieh is a radical specific for catarrh It is Peruna which has stood a halt century test and cured thousands of teas If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Pcrnna write at once to On Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he irlll be pleased to give you his valuable ad i vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President ofThIfHartman Sanitarium Columbus correspondence strictly confidential of Miss Ethel Boyd jast week Miss Maude Landrum has beenvis iting at her aunts Claude Davis has bought two fine hunting dogs We are soon to have new side walks at thisplace Horse Branch has become a new place since S 0 Keown was put yin as marshal Miss Flora Daniel attended church here Sunday r THE COUNTY UNIT LAW +The Indications are More Favora ble Than Ever For Its Passage The news from Frankfort is more favorable for the passage of the County UnitLaw than it has ever been in subsequent Legislatures It has been reported favorably to both the Senate and House Both the committees has made a unanimous s report on the bill Unless the whis ky lobbv can prevent its coming to a vote in the Senate it is certain of passes The local option people c ant over the unimous re p01tI TO confident of the early generallyi mostIing a Judge or two of the Court of I appeals and they have ill declared j that it is constitutional Notice to Teirrs I Dear sirTlto 1r uary check will reach you in time for the 17th of this month JAS H FUQUA Supt Pub Ins The above is selfexplanatory I will not be able to pay the teachers before the above date JAS UI DEWEESE SCS Subscribe for TilE REPUBLICAN r 1t yr LIST OF CLAIMS The following are the claims allow ed at the October1905term of Ohio County Fiscal Court Austin E G Team on road 3 75 Allen J T 600 Ashby Dale II 1650 Allen WS 300 Allen 0 Ca II 3 00 Arnold Abijah II II 150 I Arbuckle J S 150 Awberry SFII 3 75 Ashley Morgan 7 50 Addington H P 150 Addington J R oS 50 Addington H P II 2 25 Aking Albert 3 00 Addingten J H 3 00 Ashby J E II 3 75 Allen J L Mrs C W Stevens Alms House 8 00 Brown J L Team on road 150 Brown J WII II 2 25 Brown H L II 3 75 Brown ChasII 1 50 Brown E E II 150 t J Brown Sam TII 675 Berryman J NII 3 75 Barrass E G Clerk case Com i Kyvs Erye Lord Tie Co 47 05 Butler T E Pauper Coffin f I and Shroud for Stone 7 50 t Black T H Jailer fees from t Jan 1 1905 to Oct 14 1905 114 00 Doswell T J Team on road 150 Burdett F AII II 4 50 Basham OllieII II 3 75 Boreman G WII 4 50 4 Baize W NII II 3 00 P Boyd J B Smallpox for use of J T Wallace 4 00 1Baird H A Team on road 3 40 DII 4 50 Bartlett III II 450 Beard E C 450 Bell ATII 150 Bishop VirgilII 150 25t11 I Bishop Rosco Bishop HB 2 50 Bishop VirgilII 150 Bishop HE 225 E A G 75 IFBarnard SA 4 50 Brown EstilII 4 50 Brown Ed 3 00 I Brown WillII II 150 Berryman F 75 Bishop 0 M II 100 Bishop RoscoII II 3 75 Brown Will 6 75 Barnard JohnII 9 00 t Benton M E 150 Brown C M 600 Bean J AII a 225 Barnard M Baa II 900 Barnes JoeoII 1200 Brown G B II II 4 00 r Brown WillieII 7 50 Bennett SE 4 50 Barnett V G II 4 50 Barnes W IIII 600 Barnes R H R B Com bal Perdiam 58 50 Bennett T W Team on road 2 25 p Black D Ta II 525I Black Thompson II 150 Baize EstilII II 150 Baize J H II 150 Boyd Rufus II 150 Bryant C AII II 4 50 Baize Wade H home for Election 1903 2 00 Basham R S Team on road 6 75 Brown T HII II 750 Bryant C AII 600 Basham R HII 150 Baize EstilII II 3 00 Baize JHD 3 on Baize Mathias 3 00 Bean J E Regist Officer 2 00 t Baker Tice Team on road 4 50 II II 300 IraII 525 1Bozarth Sam GOO Coppage J WII 4 50 Campbell C R 3 00 Carter A RII 750 Crooms C W 1275I Same 15 00 Sameaa a 10 50 Clark Jerry taking care of George Reddish 10 00 Crooms C W Team on road 10 50 Cook Mack 225 I Coy P B aa 2 25 I tjooh Janoe 750- Cooksey JD SOOj Coppau Hoy 450i Crnrr e ourg 1 60 Chb Ea aJCurtis t D 5 25 I f Carter W SII 1 150 gme 3 00 f Same II 150 If Coffman II 0 1 KO CaHawoy Alva V 3 75 Calloway EdII 3 00 Carson U S mdse for jail 3 09 Clad Jay I Team on road G O- tCampftsU M HII II G 00 Cumminjr J hn 4 50 1S0 Carson Co mdse for jail 49 70 Champion Bridge Co for Narrows bridge 3300 00 Coppage W H conveying witness to Hartford 13 75 Davis Lon Team on road 6 00 Daniel Jas T 1350 Delaney WmII II 600 Duke 0 TII II 3 00 Davis It NII II 150 Daugherty USII II 3 00 Drake J AII 3 75 Davis R N II 4 50 Daniel Mrs Rollie II 8 00 Daniel II GII II 3 00 Derbin E EII II 6 00 Daniel Ira 6 75 Daniel MaryII II 9 00 Daniel J A 150 Davis RII II 4 50 Duncan James II II 1 5r Dunn R PII II 52o Duncan Edger II II 300 Durham JohnII II 300 Denton Dr A F services Mina Ford 2 50 Everly Dr J 111 medical ser vices Jesse White 40 00 Everly Dr J M Medicine for Jessie White 11 95 EdmonsMrs C J Team on road 1 50 Evans LeviII 2 25 Evans WayneII II 300 Evans Levi II 3 00 Eidson L DII II 300 Eidson H D 300 Evans J keII II 225 Edward ClayII 4 5o Eskridge DooleyII 6 oo Evans N ezeII II 2 25 Eskridge J TII II 9 oo Evans Willie II 8 25 Evans J FII t 75 Eskridge DoolejII II 7 5o Eskridge HE 9 oo Evans C M II 6 75 Evans Felix II 3 oo Edge AnselII 7 50 Early G W 600 Edge George II 4 5o Eudaley R E II 3 00 Engler L SII 3 oo Evans J R care Kimble while sick 9 00 Evans T A holding four Inquests 24 oo Evans T A expense Corn build bridge 12 oo Evans T A his per diam Oct 1905 for 5 days 15 oo French W II Team on road 600 French W J 4 5o Faught L TII 1 5o Fleener J WII 15 75 Foster A 75oaFoster J B Regist officer 2 oo Felix II F Team on road 1 5o Foreman E PII 6 oo Foreman ED 3 00 Foreman H F 16 5o Felix J 1II 15o Felix H F 4 oo Faught N JII II 3 oo Ford Shelby for bridge timber 7 oo Foreman L W Team on Road lo 5o Ford N PII II 45o Farmer J WII II 9oo Fulkerson W BII 4 50 SameII 1 3 oo Samea II 3 00 Gray LonII II 75o Griffin CootsII 3 oo SameII II 3 oo Graham W JII II 825 Greer SantII II 9 oo Greer W JII 600 Greer S YII Goo Greer W TII 1 5o SameII II 12 oo Goff Vince II 7 5o Gibbs D F Mdse Whitmore 3 oo Graham John M expense Com build bridges 24 oo GramamJ M his per diam Oct term 1905 5 days 15 oo Himes J R Team on road15o Howard J AII 3 75 Hoover J TII II 1 5o- Hoheimer L HII II 6 7G Him s L WII II 7 50 Haskins N p 600 Hoover JRII II 1 5o Haynes S JII II 4 5o Huff LonzoII II 7 5o Hull LeslieII II 7 Bo Hartford E CII II Gee Ileddcn E II 15 oo Karl WillisII II 3 oo Hinton J BII II 1 5o SameII Goo Hinton J B IIG oo Helm W AII II 12 20 SameII aaGooHoward AllenII II 1 Bo Hicks I A II 3 o0 Hocker Sciota hauling bridge timber and rock 1 1j Hcflin J L Team on road 4 5o Harper W M 4 Co HerrelMillardII 3 oo Hatch L M II lo oo Hines Co mdse Cicero Smith and Peter Martin 4o 9s Hicks I A his per diam Oct I term 5 days 15 oo M r Hudson B F his per diam Oct 1905 B days 15 oo HammonsL II Team on road 6 00- IsdeheartW JII II lo or Igleheart David II 4 So IlerR E for delivering lunatic- to Ohio County Court 3 oo James R F Team on road 37S Jarnagin R 0II 4 5o Jackson R SII II 15o 50IJames JS II 15I Johnston T F 4 5o Johnson J A 21 co SameII a15oJolly John 3ov Jackson F E for pauper coffin 3 or King M F Team on road 3 oo Kirk JackII 3o King Z JrII 4 50 King Z Sr 4 5o Kinchelo R HII 1 5t Kuykendoll U G II 1 5o SameII II 1 So Kimmel LAII 3 00 Kuykendoll J H II 4 50 Knott W C 3 oo SameII II 4 5o Keown E S med Daugherty 6 95 Keown S J H Team on road 6 oo Keown J Ea aG00 Keown L IIII 3 oo Keown J G Regist officer 2 oo Keown Clarence II II 2 oo Knott A L Team on road 1 5o Keown W TII II 3 oo LawtewasserRobt 3 oo Leach A BII IIaoo Leach R PII II 4 5o LeachChester F 3 oo Lanham J FII 4 50 Lanham J R 3 oo Lane Archa II 6 oo Loyans William II 2 25 Leisure R A 1 5o Lake C FII Goo Loney L B45oMoore Energy team on road 2 25 Moore J Ma4 a 2 25 Morris ElijahII 9 oo Maples FrankII II 3 00 McSherry JnsII II 4 oo Miller IraII II 600 Miller E M 2o 25 MorrisGranville G oo Martin KinchII II 2 25 Monroe wmII IIIioo Myers J RII II 3 75 Martin Kinch 3 00 Martin J wII II 3 oo Morrison C E Regist officer 2 oo Marks T SII 2 oo Marks A G team on road 12 75 Maiden Joe 375 Magan JeII 525 II 8 25 Morton wmII 9 oo Midkiff T HII II 3 00 Midkiff T HII II 3 00 Miller J H 3 oo McDaniel W B 4 5o Miller F VII II Goo Marlow EthalII 6 00 Marlow COli 3 oo Medcalf H C II Goo Miller LafeII 1 Bo Murphy J FII II 150 Miller Robt MII II 7 50 Muffett D HII B50 Magan LauraII 3 00 Miller J LII II 900 MaganMrs L K 3 00 Morgan C LII II 75 Murray W RII 300 Massie J LII II 9 75 Miller D LII II 2 50 Moore S PII 225 MontgomeryJ McDowell JnoII II II 300I Martin G W pauper coffin Mrs Hutchings 5 00 Martin G W holding inquest John Flat 6 00 Maddox J E team on road 1 BO Maddox D LII II 3 00 Maddox W HII 6 00 Miller Rev J AII 225 Maddox M RII II 3 75 Maddox R VII II 3 75 Maddox E HII 1 b0 Martin G W expense as bridge Commissioner 12 00 Miller Dr J T administering chloroform Horton 5 00 Maddox J B his per diam Oct term 1905 15 00 Martin G W his per diam Oct term 1905 15 00 Neighbors John team on road 300 Newton G F II 900 Nowton WE 7 50 Newton J DII 900 Northen Jas t 3 00 Northcn 1II II Y 300 Northen 11II II 225 Nail E EII II GOO Odell John WII a 225 Oglesby SamII 1 50 Overton W 0II II j 6 75 Pirtle HenryII 900 Patton C DII II 300 Plummer DII 600 Patton J WII II i3 75 Patton C B 11750 L 1 Payton J A Team on road 6001 Potts WmII 525 Petty J Pa aG00 Perry J WII II 8 25 Patton C Maa a 300 II II II 900 Patton Clarence 9 76 Phillips S LII II 160 Peerson R FII 600 Patton R L 300 Park J HII aa 2 25 Park J H II RoachL M 3001 Russell BII aa 450 Rogers C J II 150 Raines Pate 6 00 Renfrow EddieII 150 Raley EstilII 150 Renfrow Eddie II II 12001 Renfrow Eddie II II 150 Reeks A W 600 Rhoads C J Regist Officer 2 00 Russell Geo W team on road 6 00 Royal H SII II 300 Riley Wade II 600 Rhoads Sam CII 150 Rhoads Sam CII 1 3001 Rowan A VII 600 Rowan R A II 600 Russell N M II 4 50 Riggs VirgilII II 4 50 Riggs Virgie 3 00 Ross FrankII II 150 Rhoads E E II 300 Rowe G WII 225 75IRossRowe W 11II II 1 50I Rowe Finis 150 I Rowe Chester II II 4 50 Rone W A expenses as Com 8 00 I Robertson W D team on road G 00 Richardson P TII II 150 Roberts J H taking Mollie Dean to asylum 1000 Ragland JI S his per diam Oct term 1905 15 oo Sheffield A team on road 1 So Sullenger F B 24 oo Shultz G T II 225 I Shultz Luther Goo I Shultz W LII tI 00 I Shultz Jno 11II 375I Shultz HE 3751 Stevens Otis IIII II 3 751 Sheffield Al 112 Sutton JohnII 900i Smith Sherman II 4 50 Stevens C W l So Smith Wm II 4 5o Shultz J M15oStewart Avery II 225 SandefurW P Team on road 2 25I Smith PeytonII II 7 Bo i Shields Bl1rchII II 3 oo Stratton R JU a 5 25 Stratton W DII 5 25 Stratton W DII II 4 50 Smith C E Registration officer 2 oo Schroader C team on road 1 Bo Shultz R LII 1 5o Smith JC 525 Smith W IIII 7 50- Swope John N 3 oo Swope John Nil 1 Bo Slack A II II 9 oo Smith J HII Goo i Smith Mary T Stenographer 3 92iSmith E FII U 5 60 Smith W Fa II 7 Bo Stewart J AII II 2 25 50IShephard J 11II 7 50 Smith was IIII 4 50 Sapp J AII II 7 50 Stearman J MII II 6 75 Smith E WII 3 00 Shultz G W 6 75 525 Shultz J 0II II 5 25 Smith L MII II 3 00 Shultz J 0II 675 Shultz G III B25 Sudden Chas 150 I 55IStroudStanley Dr A F medical treatment I Mina Fant 8 oo Thomas John team on road B 211 Taylor Essa 3 oo Tatum Dud 3 no II 45o1ThomasTaylor C G 4 Bo I Taylor FlemII II 3 Thomas Loney II 2 25I Taylor Coal Co provisions smallpox I Taul W A team on road 4111I Taylor I V 75 Tichenor M PII 7 Bo I 251TichenorTichenor F SII 4 5o j Tichenor Mrs Maggi 3 oo Tichenor AlnaII 3 oo I Tichenor Worth 1 5o I Taylor Coal Co Mdse for county a 83 Tichenor AhwyII 1 Go Tichenor 0II IIano Taylor C U team on road G oo Taylor G S II Air Taylor Dr J W operation Bud Davis 25 oo Taylor Dr J W operation on Aruva Bo oo WallaceJ T keeping Alms house balance to Oct b19o531o Wilson J N team on road 5 25 Wilson AN 3 75 Ward Robt II G oo White J TII II 3 00 cWilsonClarence 0oWhite50Wedding 4foWhite5oWesterfieldHIVimsattJ AII 4 50 Wright lieII 9 oo Wallace Ira II II 1 50 White Dempsey II II 2 25 if0WestcrHeldWhite JR II 225 Aaa II GOO Whitaker B LII j 00 Whitaker S III Goo Westerfield J DII Goo 525WesterfieldWesterfieldJ M 225 Ward Joe IIII II 4 50 Williams 01 1 50 Williams S DII II 4 f0 ward C Lee team on road 13 Bo wartIII CII II 4 Bo williams Arthur 3 oo woodburn J 11II II 1 ro Williams ER nrwilliams JH medicine Alms house 4o 35 willis Dr Paul T medical services B GoodmanI lo oo Willis Dr Paul T medical ser vice Daugherty 9 co willis Dr Paul T medical ser vices Jim Daugherty 3o oo wilcox D J holding inquest warden 6 oo williams C two paupercoflins 13 oo wadeC H making 2 ballot boxes 7 oo wallaceJT nursing wm Morton lo oo daysOctIB oo- Zacharah John Team on road 7 Bo of MCountyI M S Ragland Clerk of Ohio County Court do certify that the foregoing is a true and correct list of the claims allowed at the October term 1905 of Ohio county Given under my hand this December 26 1905 M S RAGIANU C 0 C C TYPEWRITERS appeal to your sense and your senses They have the light touch which makes for speedand attractive writing THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANY Syracuse N Y Branch Stores Everywhere r i 1i3 59DYNAMITE FIENDS ouOO Mexicans Have Dicovered That ill4be Explosive is a Dream uo Producer iO llonterry Mriltii HUimltli An American business man of this o city who was on a visit a few days ago to a mining camp situated near 0here was surprised and mystified tot IIhear one Mexican miner say to his II companion rs they came from the U depth of n mine tonightIII me explainedThat was not an invitation to make a drink of some new brandof liquor as might be supposed he said Those two moxicans arc dy namight fiends They actually eat i dynamite and get drunk on the dan t gerous substance I It is n fact that many of the Mex ican miners of the peon class areI dynamite caters It is a vice that is rapidly spreading to all of the min ing camps in Mexico J C ordaprominent American mining mar of the Guadalupe Calvo district said concerning this new habit Users of dynamite soon learned that it is intoxication are pleasing while last beyond the most ex cAfciating phantasies of an opium dream Dynamite is manufactured for the purpose of smashing things and a tiny but of itcoursing through the veins smashes the whole end of care and blows dullness into atomsThe dynamiteur usually is very dainty and exact in his methodof going about the introduction of a height explosion into his system The perferred way to do this is cut off a small piece of55 percent dyna about the size of a pea This is dis solved in a small glass of mescal or tequile and the draught is quaffed down with a gusto that comes from pleasant anticipations The perfor mer of this trick then roils in his blanket and stretches himselfat length in the cool shade It is said that very soon his nerves begin to tingle and stranger dreams come to him than the weird visions induced by hash heesh- r JThe amount of dynamite consum J an ordinary camp by those ad dieted to taking it into their system in the way above described Isa large that it apprcciatably affects so quan tity of that explosive required to carryon the regplar work There is a large and increasing number of people addicted to a vice that only the most imaginative of personscould have invented It may not be as suming too much to state that even tually dynamite will be dispensed at saloons as much as are tobacco and alcoholic drinks and that the dyna miteur will be as distinct a class as the absintheur or ordinary boozer Galvostons Sea Wall makes life now as safe m this city as on the higher uplands E W Goodloe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea wall for safety He writes I have used Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption the past five years and it Kieps me well and safe Before that time I had n cough which for years had been growing worse Now its gone Cures chronic Coughs La Grippe Croup Whooping Cough and prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Every bottle guaranteed at Z Wayne Gaiffin Bros drug store Price 50 and 100 Trial bottle free The Largest Horse The largest horse I can find in the United States is Royal Price who tiwas raised in Crawford county Pa He is a dapple gray standing nearly l seven feet high at the sholder weighs 2800 pounds when fat wears 4 No 30 collar and a No 9 shoe and is very finely proportioned Hedgehog Fears no Snake i An interesting fact about hedge- hogsi that perhaps not many persons know is that the bites of even the most poisonous serpanta have no ef I feet on them whatever Mr Lenz a naturalist once watched a fight between a hedgehog and a viper and gives a most interesting description of it He says that when the hedge dog came near the snake she began I Aio smell it for the sight of these animals is so poor that they depend f almost entirely on the sense of smells I I A Valuable Agent The Ictrlnl employed In Dr Ilcrcos medicines greatly enhances tliu moll andhuMhol would It also IKISSCHSPS medicinal jiropcrllcH of Iton IxilnR a vnluablo t nutritive antlwptlc and anti ferment It iiddx greatly to the efficacy of tin Black Ciicrrylwrk Golden Seal root Stone root and Queens root con taU ed In Gulden Medical Discovery In I coughshrourldaifor all of which thesio agents arc recom mended hy Maixhird medical authorities Ill all cases whew there Is a wasting own1 of hash loss of appetite tvhh- Weak stomach ax In tin stages of consumption tlwro can bnnodotiht that glycerine nets us u valuable nutritive and olds the Gulden Seal root Stono root Querns root and lllack Cherrylmrk In theMeshand lirltiglng itUiut a healthy condition of tho whole iystem Of emir It must not Ixi expected to work miracles It will Hot cure consumption except In Its earlier stoic It will euro very severe ohstln ate chronic coughs bronchial and laryn geal tronhles aril chronic sore throat with liniiiwiiPfM III acute coughs It la I not so effective It Is III the lingering coughs or thoco of long standing oven when accompanied by bleeding from lungs that It haw performed Its most marvelous cures Send for read tho little book of extracts treating of tho mnlIciolden Medical Discovery lint learnt iciu this medicine has such a wide range of nppllcatlou In tlnunroof diseases It U sent Iron Address Dr U V Ilerce Itnffalo N V Tho Discovery con tains no alcohol or Ing drug Ingredients all printed on each bottle wrapper In plain English Sick x especially thoso suffering fromdlseucsof long f nrollllIoll to consult Dr Ilerce b letter ftrc All cOrn INJlldlnco Is held IIl1trktly prlvato and confidential Address Ur- It V Ilerce KiKTali X Y Dr 1lercnn Medical Adviser Is milfree on receipt of tumi s to pity ex enso of mailing onhl Send 21 onecent IIlnml for pn ercovcrcd or 31 stamps for clothbound copy and then she seized its head with her teethIn u moment the snake had freed itself and darting at the hedgehog bit it several times but the little animal did not seem to mind the bites at all and when the snake was tired out with its efforts she again seized its head which she ground beneath her teeth poisonous fangs and all Then she devoured almost the whole of its body M Lcnze also tells of a pet hedge hog that he kept in his house in a large box- Several times he put some adders into the box which the hedgehog did not seem to fear at all but at tacked them fiercely and as in the case of the other was never in the the least affected by their poisonous bites Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with local applications as they can not reach the sent 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 com posed of tho best tonics known com bined with the best blood purifieis acting directly on the mucous sur faces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Ca tarrh Send for testimoniols free F J CHENEY Co Props Toledo Ohio Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation TheMildjWlnteron832 Speaking of warm winters said he do you recall the winter of 1832 in that winter 1 went to school from December until March barefoot with nothing on but linen pants and a cotton shirt And it was so hot sometimes during recess that I took off my shirt In that winter Christ mas day I picked eight quarts of ripe strawberries in a field opposite my fathers house in the town of Turner and I very near had a sun stroke It was So warm that winter that they forgot to hold the annual State Legislatur at Augusta By gum added our faithful chronicler I never seen no sech sights as we had for heat I slept all winter thout no bedclothes and the skeet ers bit fearful Tho End of The World of troubles that robbed E H Wolfe of Bear Grove la 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 General Debility Sure cure for all Stomach Liver anti Kidney com plaints Blood diseases Headiache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price 50c Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore I MISS ALICE DOUBLEI It Is Senorita Godoy the Mex ican Ministers Daughter WahliiKton Cor ClilcnKO Pant I A debt of gratitude is due to Sen orita Mercedes Godoy from Miss Alice Roosevelt Senorita Godoy looks so much like Miss Roosevelt that not more than half the people of Washington and j comparatively few strangers can tell the twain apart Senorita GJdoyj is the debutant daughter Mexican Minister At the last 1ti hite House reception the Mexican girl appearedand all the evening she was followed remarked upon and stared at in a semipolite way by the thronging multitude which thoughtI she was the Presidents The object of all this attention sprfaks very little English and it is supposed that at first she had noI idea why she was being mobbed Finally however some one told her and then she entered into the spirit of the thing and carried out the partIi forced upon her from sheer the adventureIPresent at the reception were ful ly 50 schoolgirls who are attending some of the fashionable educational j institutions in Washington They I had no thought that Senorita Merce des was any other than Miss Alice I and like the languishing maiden in Patience they gave themselves over to asortof schoolgirl adoration Some one unlikely undeceived them late in theevening and the girl was I half angry and half tearful Meanwhile Miss Roosevelt in a corner of the blue room was escap ing attention save from the members of the receiving party and from a a few special invited guests who were allowed entrance to the apart ment where the general public does not dare to trespass A Mystery Solved How to keep off periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual constipation was a mystery that Dr Kings New Life Pills solved for me writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia Ind The only pills that arc guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion to everybody or money refund ed Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store More Evidence of Recent Economy uren Hirer Itrpabllcnn I Hello Count Officials of Ohio county whats the matter with your roads especially the Morgantown iAIl Run Down HIS is a common expres- sionI we hear on every side Unless there is some organic trouble the con dition can doubtless be remedied Your doctor is the best adviser Do not dose yourself with all kinds of advertised remedies get his opinion More than likely you need a concentrated fat food to enrich your blood and tone up the system Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is just such a food in its best form It will build up the weakened and wasted body when all other foods fall to nourish If you are run down or emaciated give it a trial t it cannot hurt you It is essentially the best possible nourishment for delicate children and pale anaemic girls We will send you a sample free pictureInthe wrpperol every bottle of you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Purl Street New York SOcandS1 All Drttjultti and Beaver Dam road from Borahs Ferry to Beaver Dam It is the talk of the traveling puclic what a difference there is between Butler county and the Ohio county ends of this public highway The Ohio end is in a deplorable condition and almost impassable It is shame It works us an injury Our mails are delay ed and travel from Beaver Dam to Morgantown is hindered and often turned back on account of the wretched roads in Ohio county which are said to beal run down and show no signs of having been work ed for severalseasons Come brethren get out of that Everybody is kicking If you dont know how to manage or how to work your roads we might let Judge Holmes and some of hisJCommission ers come over a day ortwo and teach you a few things At any rate fix up the road Do you hear Dont deceive yourself If you have indigestion take Kodol Dyspep sia Cure It will relieve you Rev W E Hecutt South Mills N C says I was troubled with chronic indigestion for several years what ever I ate seemed to cause heart burns sour stomach fluttering of I my heart and general depression of mind and body My druggist re commended Kodol and it has reliev ed me I can eat anything and sleep soundly at night Kodol Digests what you eat Sold by Z Wayne Grifftin Bro It OughttoNew Pass Representative Sulzer has announced that he will amend the bill in creasing the salaries ofjthe President and Vice President to provide for the payment of a life salary of 25000 to former Presidents of the United States Mr Sulzer is confident that the amend will pass It ought to pass Congress owes it to the digni ty of the Presidential office and to the selfrespect of the nation Just a little Kodol after meals will relieve that fullness belching gas on stomachand all other symptoms of indigestions Kodol digests what you eat and enables the stomach and digestive organs to perform their functions naturally Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Men Afraid or Modern Girls LonUTill llernldJ Getting more and more afraid of the girl of the period is the goodnatured simple young man of present day activities according to that recherche publication the Gentlewoman Womanlike the Gentlewoman looks with sympathy offThe modern girl is says the Gent tlewoman all for being in evidence for showing off With all her aspirations itis difficult to find ahusbandI herWhat the world wants is not the modern or the ancient but the truly girlish and the womanly wom an that has at all times in every clime and in every country com pelled love and enkindled admi ration The socalled modern girl is in woful minority compared with the genuine girl of the day who is modern in all respect in which modernity is commendable and ancient enough in all regards in which antiquity is desirable As love is blind what can be the use of a modern girls showing off And it is blind Blind says EmersonjI But blind is it by the brilliant I beams of light of its own creation I burning into its orbs Love as that eminent psychologist and poet I Gothe puts it has the tendency of I pressing together all the lights all the rays emitted from the beloved fanI them one sun without spots The world has need of goodna tured but none for goodnatured simple young men These the girl of Kentucky vote unanimously to turn over to Dr Osler All oldtime Cough Syrups bind the bowels This is wrong A new idea was advanced two years ago in Ken nedys Laxative Honey and Tar This remedy acts on the mucous membrane of the throat and lungs and loosens the bowels at the same i time It expels all cold from the system It clears the throat streng relief ing I Griffin Bro Jj t AM getable PreparalionforAs j I slmtlatinglheFoadandliegulalfnglhe5to1naclsandBowclsof I 11Promotes ConstipaRonWorms Convulsions feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK LEXACT COPY Of WRAPPER u For and Children The Kind You Have Alway Bears tfSignature of For CLUBBING RATES TIlE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Heruld125IT- HE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 300 REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 160 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICA and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Week Owensborolnquirer 175 TilE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 TIlE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TilE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE a WINTER TERM Beg1ns January 2ndMany are preparing to enroll 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exchange pauses to remark Some of them are trying to discredit Roosevelt Some of them l have been trying to discredit God allI1 TilE fad of marrying a French man with a meaningless title a- tjtached to his autograph which rich IAmerican girls have seemingly de i lighted to play at received a e I knockout blow Monday when for mer Anna Gould entered suit in al Paris cour against her husband for absolute divorce alleging unfaith groundsWA BILL of probably as much sfo knificanceas any ordinary bill which has been introduced during the present session of the Kentucky Legislature is one making it a mist demeanor for a boy between the age of sixteen and twenty years to 1entera saloon This bill if enacted would not only have a good effect of lessening the tenden cy of minors to indulge in the drink habit but it would protect the sa loon keepers who often misjudge the age of individuals and furnish intoxicants to them It is a good law and should pass The boy who is unable to procure strong drink It until he is twenty years of age is 1notvery apt to make an habitual drunkard AMONG several other important N bills which Senator Alvis S Bennett has introduced in the Senate during its present session is one entitled electionsi for the filing of an itemizedstate I ment by the successful as well as I the unsuccessful candidate for nom ination for office showing the exact amounts expended to directly or indirectly It advance his candidacy or procure such nomination It fur provides that campaigns shall conducted by an auditing com itther who shall after an election is file a schedule showing the names of persons who contributed I to the campaign fund and the amounts of their contributions also a schedule showing how and to whom said fund was paid out or ex I pended There are other provis ions but these are the most impor a tantoIt provides as punishment fort violation of the provisions of the act disqualification for holding office which the offender way hold together with heavy fines The bill if enacted into law would materially lessen the seemingly necessary i monetary outlay by candidates as the names of every one paid would i ttappear in the required schedule as as the purpose for which it was paid It is a good law and should be adopted Every prospective can didate should urge its passage IN response to our repeated efforts to induce the Hartford Herald to I say something about the proposition to establish a new county out of parts of Ohio Grayson and Breckenridge which to us seems to be an impor tant public question and judging I from the strenious stand which the Leitchfield Gazette and the Hardins burg Democrat have taken against itand the manifest interestevidenced by mass meetings and meetings had by p leading business men of the various t counties affected to devise means to defeat the proposition that it likewise seems to them to be a ques tion of the gravest importance it offers up the followingvery unique characteristic and comprehensive 3explanation of its attitude I TilE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN is troubled in its dresns nd wakes up to ask us sonic ques flour It vMnts to i no v itsbelieve in nosta he host in this Tvtinn iwl1 we ire ii iiiV u mnv tpv that 1 tai ai ilich t v uitijsnt olfa lkd of Ohio 1 4k Ai j county There has never been any tangible move to create a new county and we have regard ed the whole matter as a myth- not demanding an expression- No bill has been to create a new county and we un derstand that the only member in the Legislature who favors itIis representative Beard fromI Ohio county So far it is only a ghost of a questionnot worthy any trouble to oppose it If it ever materializes The Herald will certainly be opposed to cut ting off any part of the county to make a new one It seems to us very remarkable that this matter is of so little im portance to the Herald that it refers to it as a ghost a myth etc when everybody else seem to be so greatly interested NOCREEK Feb 5Editor REPUBLICAN As I have not seen any thing inyour val uable paper from Nocreek for some time I thought I would add a few itemsIThere are several on the sick list in our neighborhood L M Lewis baby is very sick Mrs J B Lewis of Livermore is visiting her son L M Lewis oi this place W StevensourRoad and Bridge Commissioner is very busy looking after the interest of our roads We hope to see our roads worked by tax ation soon Mrs David Mpreland has been ill with la grippe but we are glad to know that she is improving and will sobn be out again Hayden Webb who recently bought Foster Gos store house is moving along nicely in his new busi nessEllis Foster one of the best young men in our neighborhood contem plates leaving soon for Indiana Ellis has been in the grocery business for five years in our midst We re gret to give him up but what is our loss is some one elses gain So we wish him success in his new field of laborW W Pirtle is very sick with typhoid fever John F Wallace is very low with lung trouble Loyd Brown and family visited B S Chamberlains family Sunday Bro Calvert filled his regular ape pointment at Nocreek Sunday Claud Ward has moved into his new home near the store at No creekOur good people are opposed to the new county and say we must not have it F E B We heard a man say the other morning that the abbreviation for FebruaryFebmeans Freeze ev ery body and that man looked fro zen in his ulster It was apparent that he needed the kind of warmth that stays the warmth that reaches from head to foot all overthe body We could have told him from person al knowledge that Hoods Sarsapa rills gives permanent warmth it invigorates the blood and speeds it along through artery and vein and really fits men and woman boys and girls to enjoy cold weather and re sist the attacks of disease It gives the right kind of warmthstimulates and strengthens at the same time and all its benefits are lasting There may be a suggestion in this for you ROXEY Feb 6Rev Beck filled his regu lar appointment at Mt Zion Sunday Mr and Mrs Cal Wilson are very sickMiss Clara Leach is visiting friends at Rob Roy this week Misses Cliffie Davis and Mertie Sandefur visited their cousin Miss Sophia Raley Manda Saurday and SundayLee Stevens visited the Mi- ssesScrofula quiredthougti Badhygiene foul air impure water are among its causes It is the soil for tubercles and where it is allowed to remain tubercu losis or consumption is pretty sure to take root isaparillaRemoves scrofula Get Moods For testimonials of remarkable cures tend for soak on Scrofula No 1 C L Hood Co Lowell Maw My w pie y 1 J 1 Ayers Doctors first prescribed Ayers Cherry Pectoral over 60 years ago They use it today more than ever They CherryPectoral rely upon it for colds coughs bronchitis consumption They will tell you how it heals inflamed lungs renTheoIUUKI were tutu uealedtnu mr cough dropped awaluaL llvon Outhrle Centre Ia seA plee J n ATER CO- Al Towll Ma druulUfor Old Coughs Ono Ayors Pill at bcdtlmo Insures a natural action next morning Smiths of Select Saturday night and Sunday Black Leach and children spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Kate DavisMr and Mrs Jim Howard gave aI candy pulling Saturday night in hon or of their nephaw George Taylor Quite a larg crowd were there and all had a good time Mr and Mrs J D Taylor spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs L A San defurL Sandefur and wife gave a singing Monday night in honor of their niece Miss Mertie Sandefur Leslie Borah Cromwell made his regular trip at this place Sunday Hartford Water Mill is now in the swim making the finest of Flour Meal and FeedI stuff from the very best pro duct of wheat and corn Your patronage is solicited J W Ford Proprietor LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK REYNOLDS Feb llrs G D Royal was the guest of Miss Viva Royal Monday Mrs Peyton Royal visited her un clj Prof J S M Royal and family WednesdayRobert Hawesville was the guest of Miss Viva Royal Friday Mrs Sallie A Pierson moved to Baizetown this week W S Crowe and family Clear Run have moved to the farm of George Bellamy Mrs J R Evans and son are on the sick list Mrs G D Royal and son Felix who have been visiting relatives here for some time returned to their home at Kirkmansville Todd county Saturday MAT ANZAS Feb 7Mrs C E Smith who has been visiting her mother Mrs W P Render at this place returned to her home at Hartford last Friday accompanied by her aunt Mrs T J EverlyMessrs Alvis B TichenorLon Car ter and Sam Bilbro went to Godman last Saturday to organize an A S of E at that place A child of Nat Lindley is on the sick list A company has been organized at this place which will build a tele phone from Point Pleasant to Cen tertownJ Tichenor has sold his farm to 11 W Bell consideration 3300 Mr Tichenor has bought property in Beaver Dan and will move about March the first visiteddlarencetown Sunday Several young folks from this place attended the exhibition at Waltons Creek last Friday night all report a good time Henderson Stearman went to Ow ensboro with a load of tobacco for W B Curry last Tuesday Prof G W White Ceralvo was here last Saturday looking after a schoolWm Boydwill move into a house here belonging to J C Bennett I Miss Stidie Maddox closed her school at the lower Point last Friday t RockIportWe nave effected new ar rangements whereby we can J furnish The Republican and the Louisville Daily Herald one year for 200 j 1 4 41M4dr F j r r-I TILE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the Country Brief Items Reports continue to pour into the Department of State from diplo matic and Consular agents in China regarding the increase of ill feeling against America and things Ameri can President Roosevelt has written a letter to Secretary Tuft expressing his approbation of the finding in the case of Lieut Roy I Taylor who was reduced for unbecoming con duct toward an enlisted man of his command- Unexpected opposition to the Koutncky Bar Association bill re lating to the using of bystanders on juries has delivered at Frankfort the contention being set up that the Bar Association is controlled by a lot of politicians who hope in some mysterious way to gain by the pro posed measure Death of Mrs Hoover On Jan 31 1COC about 1CO oclock P M the death angel knocked at the home of J B Mitchelland called for Mrs Mary Jane Hoover and at 135 A M February 1st she answered that call gave up this old world and accompanied the death angel to the realms of the great beyond Mrs Hoover was born April 11th 1827 being one of the oldest persons in the neighborhood- Her girlhood days were spent in early days of Kentucky when life in its simplicity was enjoyed by all She professed religion and joined the church at the age of twentytwo and lived a true and devoted christ ian all her life She would often talk of the great beyond and the goodness and meek nes of her Savior and no doubt time after time she realized in her oAn mind that she could submit to death and without a regret leave this world and pass on to a better one And with cpnfidence resign her spirit to the conduct of that great and good parent of mankind The life of Mrs Hoover way a model one for every person that knew her She was an industrious woman never seemed to be satisfied unless she was doing something for her self or some one else and always ready to say a kind and loving word and to help those in need Then may we not say she was a good woman Yes good in every respect good to her neighbors gorfd to her children and grandchildren good to her only sister now living and tIher Heavenly Father who spar ed her to live to a good ripe oldage Mrs Hoover was a religious worn an When she was able to go to churchshe was always found in herr place ready to do whatever she was called on to do And well does the writer remember in his boyhood days of hearing her prayers after prayers and shouts for her loved ones and her friends then shallwe not say her life was beautiful Every one that knew her can tes tify that she was radient with good ness that her presence was like a benediction that she exhibited the meekness and gentleness of Christ And to have been such a woman is better than to have been rich in worlds goods Mrs Hoover spent the last years of her life living with her children and at last February 1 1906 sur rounded by those she loved she was beckoned to her roster home She leaves one sister six children about forty grandchildren two or three great grandchildren and a host of friends to mourh her loss but weep not dear ones for she is only sleeping and when the great judge ment morn shall dawn she will be on the right hand of God robed in the beauty and glory of Heaven ready to strike hands with those she loved and to welcome them to the pre sence of her meek and lonly Savior NARROWS- Mr John B Renfrow and Mrs Ida Renfrow went to Hartford Mon dayMessrs E G Kirby and A R lenfrow were in Owensboro Tues day Mr M F Sharp loft for Alabama Monday whore he will organized a State Union of the American society of Equity Miss Edna Daniel of Olaton is r ir J iC lT i E P Barnes Bro FURNITUREOne of the most lNlntiul tleiuuiits that contrib ute to the comforts slid happiness of homo is good attractive substantial Furniture uxul Bcdsnicu Dressers Chairs Knckerc Mattivssw Springs Safes Clipboard Folding Beds Folding Lounges und anything in the Furniture line you need Wo are acknowledged lenders in this linn and wo quote some very low prices on theso goods We show nothing but Furniture of intrinsic value Every Dresser is mule of dependable oak every Glass is French bevel plate wVrktnanship nf every piece is positively guaranteed And it iCUJ interest wo consider as well as our own Ifwo 8tnti5fjoat you will satisfy us by your patronage Visit our Furniture department null see our line Beaver Dam d visiting her brother Mr Lawrence DanielI0 D Fentress will open up a neI grocery business here the last of this week Mr Fen reS3 is an ex perienced grocerman and will enjoy a liberal share of the grocery trade The protracted meeting at the Baptist church closed Tuesday night Rev P E Ifcrndom did the preaching About forty conversians are the fruits of the meeting This it is said is themost successful meet ing ever held hereiMr Henry Reynolds attended the protracted meeting here Saturday and Sunday- A movement toward building a tobacco warehouse here has been stated and gives encouraging pro mise of success A Committee of the A S of E people have the mat ter in charge and 1800 of the 5000 needed was subscribed within three days of the inception of the project It will be built by a stock company made up chiefly of tobacco growers of this section Evidence is no longer lacking df the fixed determination of the tobacco raisers of this COOl munity to stand by the growers movement to effect and maintain aI sensible plan for marketing more than a hundred and twenty members of Narrows Local four only GIDayevidence that he had labored under a mesapprehension of his duty in the matter and has been honorably rein stated in the Union Born to the wife of Willie Harl a baby girl Sunday name Henrietta oAS TC3 3K X A B irs tieibsKind Ycsi flail Always BOtlfh Slgmtuo LDor Zu I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DlgtcU what you eat An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which our country is now and has been making for the past decade of years naturally brings to thcsurfaccnumcrousschemes of the u getrichquickcharacter that benefit only the of such at the expense of innocent investorsaIn this age of genuine prosperity with every legitimate business boom r ing wages high work in abundance 7 giving employment to all willing to bringingexcuse for one not to join the army of moneymakers The first and safest investment to make is to become a reader of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER the greatest and most reliable newspaper in the United States With the facts truth and information gleaned from its columns one may become well qualified orIaccrues rom ments intelligently made The WEEKLY ENQUIRER costs but aSUNDAYlars for a year The DAILY ENQUIRER 7 issues a week you get for fourteen dollars a year- Without i the aid of a firstclass enterprisebecomes you can secure a sample copy of each DAILY SUNDAY and WEEKLY EN QUIRER Addres- sEraquiiror Company Cincinnati Ohio I I Fairs Talk To Workingmen We have secured the exclusive agency for the celebrated line of Carhartts Over alls Jackets and Work Pants They are here ready now for your inspection Su perior to any Work Pants in material workmanship and wear Every pairguar anteed to give you satisfaction or your money refunded When in need of a pair come direct to us Found only in our store OUR SPECIAL PRICES On Corduroy Pants Coats Comforts Blankets Winter Clothing Etc continue one week longer Good values found every day in our 5c to lOc Basement Remember the Place Hanford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9 Illinois Central RailroadTime Table i North niiiinil No 13 line 140 A m No iKim iirap iu Not02 dnrM p ls Nnnlli Hnnttd- So Ul ilw 1tOI nlil Sn 101 iii 248 P Iii NIL UI ilnr84Sp m I I If NOTltlK TIIK KHItinMCAN III- Iplnl Irrr nl rnorgr Jlrtnorr NII OhllonrlrH HmwInlMiim sir trprrl A EIrtnlltr rxirul ul 130 word Allover Hint nmiiiuil rr rhnrr lor ni tllr mite uI Ir prr word rneU m HdvHiiif Arllrlr Ill rttrr nl tee word will be rut duwn lo r qnlril limit nnlreN mnnrybrnl will niHinmcrlpi Poetry le n word in rery Innmne Boneless cod fish at City Restau rant Highest cash prices paid for furs by Sam Bachs I Fresh Oysters fish and celery at City RestaurantM I Those oyster stews at City Restau rant arespgoodTryone I Mr JA Johnson Nocreek was y a pleasant caller yesterday Mr Clarence Allen Horton was a pleasant caller Wednesday Mr Sam Wallace Beda was a w pleasant caller last Saturday t Mr Larkin William BeaverDnm1 was a pleasant caller Monday Highest market price paid in cash for furs at U S Carsons grocery I r Those steak meals at City Restau rant cant be beat Something fine pEr Sheriff R B Martins baby is quite ill of croupe Mr Finis Rowe Centertown wu a pleasant caller Tuesday Mr Watt Taylor Matanzas was a pleasant caller yesterday Attend ourCurtain Feb ruary 3rd to 10th CARSON Co Nicest line of fruits candies and cakes in Hartford at City Restau rant Bring your furs to Sam Bach and get the highest market price for them Just received splendid values in5c Ginghams at Long Cos Economy Store Dont fail to see our India Linens on sale now Big values at Long Cos Economy Store Mr C K Carson of the Barnetts Creek neighborhood was a pleasant caller Wednesday- Miss I Hattie Barnett who has been ill of scarlet fever for the past few days is improving Miss Eva Robinson Heflin visit ed Miss Emma E Park city last Friday and For SaturdayI Business at THE REPUBLICAN office Dont fail to attend our Embroid ery and White Goods sale February 3rd to 10th CARSON Co I New line of Shirting Percales Best quality beautiful patterns lOc at Long Cos Economy Store Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 40tf Messrs W W Loyd and Mack Dan iel Barretts Ferry were pleasan callers Monday Ask to see our new Val Laces Match Sets Excellent values a- Long Cos Economy Store See our 5125 value in yardwide Black TafTetta Silk for only 1 a- Long Cos Economy Store The Republican 100 a year Lou isville Daily Hearald 100 a year 200 in advance gets both papers FOR SALEA good work horse apply to A K ANDERSONHartford Mrs S N Paris left last Sunday to join her husband at Tyrone Oklahoma where they will reside in the future Mr James I Felix andchildren were the guests of Mr William Brown of theVictory neighborhood Sunday Call on the Hartford Gro cerymen for Fords Flour They all handle it Black Birkhead have leased A C Taylors undertaking business and can supply anything in that line Call on them at Taylors stand WANTEDBright honest young man from Hartford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids la We are offering to school boys the chance of a life time to visit the Mammoth Cave FOR SALEA scholarship in the Owensboro Business University also scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College Write us for prices We have some short lengths in Silksblues blacks reds changea ble and fancyto sell at a bargain during our White Goods sale- CARSON Co Seven school boys are going to the Mammoth Cave next fall at the ex pense of The Republican 4 Turley Co have moved their hardware and implement store from Hartford a part of the stock being transferred to Leitchfield and part to Calhoun Col C M Barnett who has been cellector of the Port of Louisville for the past eight years will formally turn over his office to Judge WG Dearing his successor tomorrow Take advantage of our 2 clubbing offer with the Louis ville Daily Herald It will last only a few weejcs WANTED Men in each State to travel post signs advertise and leave samples of ourgoods Salary 7500 per month 300 per day for expen ses KUHLMAN CO Dept S Atlas Block 27112 Chicago 111 Mrs Lillie Woodward and children who have been the guests of Mrs W T Woodward and family for the past several weeks left Tues day for her home at San Angelo Texas She was accompanied by Mrs W T Woodward who will spend several week the guest of her sons Clayton and Paul Woodward Have you fire insur ance policy issued by New York or Philadelphia Underwriters C E Smith Soliting Agent I Hartford Ky- WANTEDTwo I men in each county j to represent advertise Hard ware Department put out samples of our goods etc Traveling Posi i sition or Office Manager Salary 9000 per month cash weekly with all expenses paid in advance We furnish every thing BlagGtr111 WANTED by Chicago wholesale and mail orderhouse assistant manager man or woman for this coun ty and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expense paid weekly expense money advanced Work plenannt position permanent No I investments or experience required I I Write at once for full particulars and enclose selfaddressed envelope COOPER Co SltlO 132 Lnlw StredtChicaulllw F w y a I Ales rs I C Adair and J D Cooper Fordsville were in the city the first of the week looking after the interests of the Kentucky Light Power Co jri which they are in terested Mr M F Sharp county organizer for the A S of E will speak at the Smallhous Baptist church Tuesday night February 13th 1906 Every body cordially invited- J H ADDINGTON Secretary You can get three grades of corn meal at Fords Mill roller unbolted roller bolted and oldfashioned burrh 27tf J W Ford Prop Mr E L Bullington who for the past several years has been engaged in the barber business here left Monday for Rizon Ark where he will spend some time looking after some real estate which he recently purchased there Miss Daisy Noffsinger daughter of Mr Ed Noffsinger of Nelson Muhlenburg county and Mr Sam Smith the wellknown merchant of Ceralvo were married Wednesday evening January 31 at the home of j the brides parents Rev Lowden performing the ceremony before a host of friends Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party left for a trip to the South and will be at home in Ceralvo after the first of March Mardi Gras New Orleans La Tickets on sale February 2126 in clusive returning leave New Orleans March 3 1906 Rate 1825 round trip S B VANMETER Agt BUFORD Feb 7Luther King and wife visited in Owensbero Sunday returning Tuesday Owen Magan and Martial Nor thern went to Owensboro Friday returning Saturday Mrs Sam Paris and children visit ed R L Paris and wife Monday on their way to Oklahoma Leslie Lake of Taffy visited G W Jewell Saturday and Sunday A E Ellis visited friends here last weekHenry Fields of Hartford visited his mother Mrs Joe Coleman Sun dayOne of Mr Emlice Ambros twin babies died Sunday night and was buried Tuesday at Bells Run Cem etery Several left here Monday for Ok lahoma Charley and Homer Martin Bud Hoover Luther Hoover and wife Mrs Sam Paris and chil dren Several others are going on the 20 to locate there C M Crowe of Hartford visited in Buford and Pleasant Ridge Mon dayBob Bell and Walter Blair went to Owensboro Monday Bud May of Green Briar visited here Saturday night and Sunday Miss Jocie Magan visited Miss Elveria Cox of Pleasant Ridge Sun dayThe ground hog saw his shadow the second The 40 days winter are here to stay The A S of E that havnt pooled their tobacco should beware of sime of the pooling houses in Ow ensboro There is one house that is not run by the order You may be beat if you are not careful All lodges ought to send a committee to investigate before delivering t t CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- BignAture of ROB ROY Feb7Dear Editor I am a little girl nine years old and live in the countryon farm Our school has just closed Miss Rosa Berryman was our teacher We loved her so much She taught splendid school Mr Charley Taylor of Prentis will teach our school next year We will soon have a new schoolhouse I am in the fifthgrade and I have a little brother six years old in first grade Idid not miss a single day last year Mrs Christie Oldham is still Improving Mr and Mrs J C Wilson are quite sick of la grippe Mrs Veola Chinn visited Miss Mary Tayiorlast week SLLIIOUSI woes ssafc V fN e e Mkthg 1 RoomVo must make room for our enormous spring stock which will nrivo in largo quantities next month Take Advantage Of Our special oiler for February We must reduce our stock before the spring season sets in We will give reductions on nil goods i 9 O lvercoaWe have a fair assortment of Overcoats in Belted or Plain style We will sell them at cost price I Double Breasted an8- SingleBreasted Suits A good selection of choice Suits for men in neat and stylish patterns Will do for winter and spring A change for you to save money We Jmve jeceived a new line of Shoes for Men and Women of the latest styles Patent Leather Vici and Box Calf Shoes l Sam Bach Hartford Ky He ldquarters for Men and Boys 3frtrd F + rttlY +++++ td ++ ++++ + BANK OF HARTFORD i INCORPORATED 1882 t i Capital Stock 4000000 t Surplus M biiitl OOOOO Stockholders Addll L t t Securety to Deposltors 9200000 J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier I H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier J f J W FORDS H P TAYLOR t JNO C THOMAS + + ++ + ++ 1 ut t u Jo + in our midst Thursday surveying the ground purchased by the railroad company for the Baptist church in exchange for rightofway in front of church on church ground Mesdames Julia Withrow and Geo Greer are the guests of friends atLivermoreJasC went to Hartford WednesdayMr was in our midst several days last week the guest of Herman AddingtonMiss Trylor is on the sick listMrs Bob Fulkerson is on the sick listMiss Alice Fulkerson was the guest of Misses Minda and Mattie Wood Ceralvo Saturday and Sunday W C Overhults went to Hartford Monday Ross Morton Livermore is the estof his parents Mr and Mrs Sam Morton r R HOLBROOK JNO T MOORE ++ 1 +20 + 1ITo Consumptives- The undersigned having been re stored to health by simple means af ter suffering for several years with 1 thatdrQQadodious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all i throat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York 32yr I For a short time only you cart set Tile Republican and HeraldIIc Q nnJ l 7 1 Arxrsslcasn sLTWO LETTERS Written By George Washington i and General Grant Sold at Auction sew York Nnny A letter from George Washington which used to be in the Houghton Seminary for Young Women at Clinton N Y was sold at auction as 20 East Twentieth street last eveuing by tha MerwinClayton Company and brought 85 This is the letter Philadelphia 12th Sept 1706 DEAR SIR By a recurrence to the acts of the last Session of Congress you will find one for disposing of the ungranted land Nor Wst o I Ohio and for appointing a Suyvayor General for the purpose therein ll mentioned and you may have hear that Mr DeWitt who was Geographer to the Army at the close of th War after the decease of Mr Ersk ineand at present Surveyor General of the State of New York a man of I profound knowledge in mathematics and sufficiently skilled in astronomy I was nominated to that office and has declined the acceptance of it A It is yet vacant and you have been mentioned tome as a gentleman to whom it might be acceptable Without taking then a circulatour route sic to ascertain this fact I shall apply immediately to yourself for information and will frankly ask because I am sure you will candidly i auswer if the appointment should yourlomy as is useful t6 a skilfull exercise f of the latter for discovering the Latitude Meridian c now are or i Ieasily could be made familiar to you These questions are propounded be cause affirmative qualifications are 4essential season circumstances be- gint now to press for an appointment and as my continuence here and the road I shall travel back to Virginia for the purpose of returning with my family for the winter are some favorIl of you to put your answer to I letter under cover to the Secretary I of State who will be directed open it and to fill up the blan commission which I shall deposit dlhis office with your name if you ar disposed to accept it or with that of another Gentleman who is held in contemplation if you do not You rt may if it is not too troublesome ad dress a duplicate to me at Mount r Vernon to remain in the Post Office at Alexandria until called for With great esteem respect I am f Dear Sir your Very HbleServt G WASHINGTON t b The Honble James Camp datf5 but commanding the Sixteenth Army Corps sold for 23 It said t Suppress the press of Memphis for giving aid and comfort to the enemy by publishing every move made here Arrest the editor of the Bulletin and send him here a prisoner for his publication of pre sent plans I am satisfied that much publicfgussyiman Regt I sent him to you thinking C he could not do so much harm there as here His tongue will have to be tied if there is anything going on where he is which yon dont want made public A man who once had rough horny hands made them soft and smooth usedIE C DeWittCo Chicago For sores boils cuts burns it has no equal and affords almostI immediate relief from blind bleed ingitching and protruding Piles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Properly Described WilliePa what is a preferred creditorPaA preferred creditor my son is one who doesnt care whether you pay him back or not CASXORABean You Have Always BosgM k SJgI1 d thett He Got Careless A soldier had been wounded in the face A man asked him in wnich battle he had been injured In the last battle of Bull Run he re plied But how could you get hit T r Wtnaty y aAr r 4 Y+ vnx OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once everY three minutes on f a yourbloodout the Impurities In blood If they out of order they work Pains achesandrheu from ex cess of In blood to neglected kidney trouble Kidney trouble qulbk or unsteady thoughtheyhadoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned through veins and arteries It to considered that only urinary kidneysrnlng In kidney trouble If you are you can make no mistake milddSwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is itseand Is sold Its merits by all druggists In fifty cent and onedollar siz eStYou may have ter waste or the are sick cr fall to do their matlsm come uric acid the due causes blood used be sick sample bottle by mall ItomeotBatmpnerl- free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer 2c Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton NY on every bottle in the face at Bull Run Well sir said the man apologetically af ter I had run a mile or two I got careless and looked back 17 tisT OXZ ar ja BUll teaThe Kind You Haw Always Bnhl Blpahe JGf TEN AND A HALF Nine and a Half and TwoSellars and King Sell Tobacco Crop For Highest Price to Date lltndtnon mOeT Ison Sellars and Luther King came to town Tuesday with a sample of tobacco representing thirty thousand pounds Both of these farmers have established reputations as skilled aud experienced tobacco growers In somethingkas soon as the were ofeMany tobacco growers know how to grow the plant as well as does Luther King butthere are very few indeed who after the tobacco is cut get the results that King gets He certainly knows what to do with to bacco after it goes to the knife Edwin Hodge for the Imperial company started the trouble by bid ding nine nine and two He con jectured since no higher figure had been paid in Henderson this year for the very best crops that he as good as had the crop bought Charles Nosworthy however fancied the crop as did John H Hodge and the two raised the bid the one to 910 910 and 2 and the other to925 925 and 2 And back the samples went to Edwin Hodge Mr Hodge lovingly eyed the silken sam ples tenderly caressed the leathery heavy bodied leaves with the silken texture and then conservative buyer that he is plumped in a bid of 950 9 and 2 Then 10 950 and 2 and 1025 950 and 2 and finally from Char les Nosworthy came 1050 950 and 2 and the great Imperial com pallY Gallaher company limited andI John H Hodge were numbered with the also ransIThey never gripe or sicken but cleanse and strengthen the stomach liver and bowels This is the universal 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 Records KnickerThat veteran boasts he has had six horses killed under him ChauffeurThats nothing Ive had 30 pedestrians One Minute Cough Cure containsI nt an atom of any and it has been curing coughs colds croup and whooping cough so long it has proved itself to be a tried and true friend to the many who use it No need to fear of your childchoke ing from croup with One Minute Cough Cure handy Sold by Z Wayne Griflin Bro 1 ty THE YANKEE GUNNER A True Story Which Shows Why He Beats the World New York Nnny A group of army officers were discussing the difference in naval smart ness between the British and tho American blue jackets as shown dur ing the recent visit of Prince Louis of Battenberg A Lieutenant who saw service in the Spanish part of the war in the phillippinea told this to point his moral You remember how Dewey filed in squadron formation past the Spanish ships firing as he went The big guns were firing in order each one in its turn Now maybe you know how they load a big gunfirst the projectile which is rammed in tight then two bags of powder The projectile is ground exactly to fit the bore The least obstruction puts it out of fit The crew of a forward eigh inch gun had fired early in the action swabbed out and loaded again In cleaning they missed a burned bit of canvas sacking which holds the pow derSo the projectile didnt fit but they didnt find that out until theyd shoved in the powder sacks behind it They struck an inch beyond their proper place and it was impossible to fire that shot There was only one way getting the load out That was to haul the muzzle close aboard and send a sail or with a twentyfourfoot rammer to shove a it out It would have taken a quarter of an hour The gun crew stood to undergo the dis grace of losing their turn and of going out of action at at a vital momentThe in charge without the slightest nesitation yelled Bill give me a needle He whipped out his sailor knife rippedopen the butt of the nearest sack and took out a double handful of powerful He sewed up the rip closed the breech and said Allow 1500 yards on that shot lettergo The shot struck the hull of the tar get ship and the gun was behind its turn by only two or three second I believe this story is true I heard it from the gun crew the week after the fight And the question is Would any gunner except a Yankee have had the savvy to solve the problem in two second of thin ing What is a cold in the head Noth ing to worry about if you treat it with Elys Cream Balm as soon as you begin to sneeze and snuffle Neglected the cold may grow into catarrh and the airpassages be so inflamed that you have to fight for I every breath It is true that Elys Cream Balm cures tatarrh promptly and certainly But you know the I old saying about the ounce of prevention Therefore use Cream Balm when the cold in the head shows it self All druggists 50c or mailed j by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York I ABTOaX4 I Rear You Hare Always t thctY4J1 Bo2JII Difficulties of ElIgll hIWaller Christie with rae inr cur llluc Flyer was talk Ing to a French chauffeur on UIII Unpo 11Ir beach thlFrnlllIlIlIlI nukes warm said Mr Christie I lnujhinp You rewind me of till I Frenchman at the English Alpirn I clubThis Frenchman said enthnsi astically to a redfaced stout Englishman with calves as big an barrels Ah you have climb ze Matter born It is a foot to he proud of Pardon me the Englishman returned You dont mean foot You mean feat Ahsaid the Frenchman you I have climb her ware zau voce helae I I TroubleMakers j Did you eves consider how much I trouble and turmoil in the world is stirred up byjoafers Do It ami J you will be surprised Investigate carefully and you will find that I nine of the ten fusses and quarrels that you know of in your town or l neighborhood wore started by I loafers who had no business of j their own to attend to and so got I busy with other peoples affairs The old juvenile proverb that Sn j tun llnds some mischief still for idle hands to do Is us I rue as gas I jiel There can be no such thing as absolute idleness Activity of some kind is essential to exist ence Men and women have to do something and when they have no work of their own to occupy their minds they get busy with the af fairs of others and make trouble always Burlington Kan Ke pulilican The Tenth Month Nobody is worried nowadays by the fact that the twelfth month of the year is called the tent- h1eeeulbersalsa writer and no doubt even the ancient Unmans soon got used to the anomaly when the new year was shifted back front March to January though the old names of the months were retained Hut there was tile of them who made ingen ious use of it Licinius a rascal ly procurator at Lyons under An gustus He insisted on ImillIcertain monthly payments made M times a year arguing when 1Icember came round that as it vrr the tenth month of the year nril there ought to be 12 there must Ir two more to be ucouuted fur d Fine Trains TO FLORIDAVIA- Southern Riilw y AND l1 Ciit Roo e Florida Limited leaving Louisville S a in daily connects at Danj ville Ky with solid trains of man Sleepers and vestibuled coachellI via Chattanooga and Atlanta arr ing at Jacksonville at 850 a m and St Augustine 10 a m next dayI without change Dining Car service all meals enroute Florida Special leaving Louisville 715 p m carries observation sleeper daily except Sunday Louis ville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and Atlan ta arriving at Jacksonville 850 p m 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 SlyPull man Sleeper leaves Louisville 745 p m daily running through to Knottsville where connection is made at 935 a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Ashville Columbia and Savannah arriving at Jacksonville 9 a m Winter Tourist Tickets Good returning until May 31st arc now on sale daily at Low Rates Variable Tours Going via Ashville and Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Glat anooga or Vice Versa For the I Land of Sky Winter Homes or other handsomely illustrated book lets folders rates etc addroys any 4 agent of the Southern Railway or I CHHUNGERFORD DP A- LOUIivIIle Ky G B ALLEM A G P A Mo11WC P A Q C tlouto- Cincinnati 4 O j CO s NFiDENTIALLETTER fbr before our obtain PATENTS THAT PLAY- sod help inventors to tncceu Bend model photo or sketch and we lend IMMEDIATE fRIll RIPOKT ON PAT ENTABILITY JO ye rr practice Jtep tered Patent Lawyers or come to ni at 60BB07 7th St WASHINGTON D C e SURE CURE For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER y iJM WM 4 r CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS pert Ccueh Syrup Tartj Ci d Use In time S jd by drucciu n s fM I ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R The Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service opeaates the best of tr fiis with Dining Cars Chair Cars liufrct Library Gus and Sleeping Cats from Chicago St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville South to New Orleans The best read for reaching theTourist resorts of the South including New Orleans Vicksburg Gulfport Miss Hammond laIMardi Grass at New 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PUNCTUREPROOF TIRES Regular 3GO per pair 5weYou m Sample ORl9TGLASS Po LErarNO MORE TROURtE PUNCTURES Result of 15 years experience In tiro maklnsr No dnngor from THORNS CACTUS I PIHS NAILS TA VlfS or GLASS Serious punctures like InteuMounl knlfo cute can bo tiny other tire SELF by PATENTS Send for T liming all kinds makcn of tires at KM per pair prloalollednnflat snvotlcr make Klasllc Kajy Hltliri Vo ship C 0 D ON APPROVAL EXAMINATION nitHaHl a ml Art iutf- Wn will allow a cash discount of Gt tliircby making tbo per pair It you tend full ommh order Tires to to rultimvd at our cxtxini If nut aatufactory on eiainliiatlon MEAD CYCLE CO Dept JLICHICAGO ILL Southern Raiway I Shortest ani Fastest Lines lIo1IIexiiiLton ani Louisville 10 81 LoulsunUiflo West- Two trains daily as follows Leave Lexington 010 a in Lou 900 a m arrive at St Louis 612 p m Carrying veMibuled coaches and Cafl Observation Par lor Carr a la carte through without cange Leave Lexington 530 p m Lou isville 1015 p in arrive at Lou is 732 a in carrying free reelin I ing chair cars and Pullman sleeper I through without change I IfResene Sleeping Car berths at 111 Host Lexington Ky231 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Union Dep- otsBEST FOR THE- BOWELS U roe brent a renltr kesltkr noreaeat of lb bowtli T rr l 7Toar lllotwlllbo Ktepjour I Ferce In lbeSLID ot- vlobotpbleorpill potionIs tcmus The mootbeit idol perfect way of keeping tbs bowels clear sad data Is to ta- kCANDY I OATHARTIO II EAT EM LIKE CANDY n4nt Palttsble Potent Tute Good Do iodbocrk Sttrtlftfl Remedy Costpsny Chksoo w New Yore 4SEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN A Positive CATARRCURE L Elys Cream Balm liquidity absorbed Gluts Roust alOne It soothes I heals and protects diseased mem brnno It cures Catarrh and drives r1 NOT Wrlto nrlco from like with isville Meals cleanses away a Cold lu the r stores Head quickly ItoNAYEYE tTaste anti Smell Full size CO cU at Drug gists or by mall Trial Size 10 eta by Ely Brothers 50 WorronStroet New York YEARSI TRADE MARKS DEIGNS r COPYRIGHTS mlQuiCklYK ontatents DjDsheatsPatents tYIInttlol notice without ehsnto e SdenttHc Jltitcrican Ahandsometylllostratedweekly rfIlet I culaUon 01 an Termeitab ul J f 1 Y9rk9reoc w ti k a PER PAIR EASY RIDINGSTRONGD- URABLE HEALING FULLY COVERED BEWARE OF IMITATIONS Cattlotnic and and Ul Sifl and will AND rlco t4M St St molt the the Ac uu KiLLTHl COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr11 Kings FOR iseryfiONSUtdan surest and Cluickoat Curo for all THROAT nnd LUNG TKOUB LES or MONEY BACK PROCURED AND DEENDEDllelldmodol draw orWbt urnpertw Vie aJrlal to obIIA gtenta trade mad cvryrKkUxe IN ALL COUNTRIES Ratites direct tvlH wItlaivi liar mo uya4ffltn i4efalml ExetutltilyWritIU lOath Itmt tn pelt stab hens osWASHINGTON D C m Thousands of Acres For Sale- at reasonable prices Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAINROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Trough Pullman sleeping and free rec mint hair cars HomeaeeKera Excursions Irat and third Tuesdays of each pamphletsloaders H C TOWNSEND R TO MATTHEWS 1t 1 rstn tnu- fj1t 04RE ilVO I RESTORES VITALITYun Made a Well Man j of Me srs twoa nFnzJZ3Yproddeeltheaborts reenltoL i dun Iticti lowtrtullrsad quickly Cutr oltctbcrattll roungmenwlllreBalnlhor aJcmlolJ men will rotator their yw 1 by using IEVIVO It oulkl7 BE J eurelv rctoHo Hsnotu lieu Lost Vitality Irapotcncy Nightly limiislona 6troerF3lnff iitmory WsttlDt ClieuessaJ II effects of selfsbuso or elce and Inellecretloll which trafits one for study business or mirrltge II tot only cores by starting at the teat of dlltuo but 11D1fahleno tonlo and blood builder bring log back the pInk glow to plo cheeksodre storing she are of It wards off nlllllli and Consumption Insist on hating KEVIVOi no olbern can be carried in Test pocket By mall pollIlesAddUIKOYAL r For Pale in Hartford Ky by J H Williams druggist OUR NfW YORK lEKLf LETTEfi Beautiful Displays In Shop Window s Airy Spring Novelties Shown Beside Winter Fur Tilt shops of Now York Imvo nave prixtiitiil a Inure fascinating apfnnr WltI1titsoil ftifllitoiM are tllHpIayotl at such uniiizlngly low prices Knrly nprlns novelties which look deliciously fresh lifter the heavier fabrics of winter lire shown In airy Hiuartnes lieslde auto mobile teams and furs Apropos of fun the woman who 1 thoughtful eon now procure the most beautiful pieces coals mutts boas etc In DUcli barpilus as to make It a goof Invent input for colder weather still to vouw or for next winter The luxury of owning a beautiful set of furs is wonderfully Knitlfylnjr They lend an air of richness that nothing ran oipinl and a fur set In three pieces hat scarf and niiilT can be secured wont reason ably Then too fur trimmings ore al ways popular on evening wraps or KOWIIH ami combined with these are Rome of the choicest of bices which make a hut or muff simply adorable Devotees of fashion spend hours In till selection of rare old lace whose Illmy trimmings fast a fabulous sum for lace Is like wine Its value Increases with nice Heeu In one of the shops this week tint Is noted for Its exquisite lingerie waists were several that showed In stead of mednlllons tiny lace lHiuiticts of such lowers as snowdrops lilies of the valley etc In such wonderful hide tations that It would be hard to dis tinguish thorn from rend lace Those have an air of Individuality about them that was not seen lu other model I TUB LATEST CREATION IN MornnWAISTS Herman Valenciennes In clear cut pat terns Is found In underwear which can be picked up for a very Inconsiderable num A pretty petticoat wax tlnlshed with rows of Insertion alternating with lucks and the absence of H lace edging at the hem meant good wear for con stant laundering could not harm It To be described with all dainty thl UK were some stockings whose de signing showed a great amount of thought As smart stockings are worn at all seasons of tho year to corre HKtul with gowns one shop was Just overflowing with every variety of pru duction sumo of hue silk Inset with rent taco butterflies Openwork stock Ings are not so popular as lust season but the real thing la a line mesh with band embroidery The loud colorings of n season ago have been relegated tp the background of the out of dates lIudI are replaced by exquisite pale tints te match palo shaded row us Clockwork I READ THIS Ilopkinsvile Ky June 7 1901 This is to certify that I was troub led with kidney and bladder diseases for three years and found nothing to releave me until I tried the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery which has given me positive relief and I think a permanent cure JAS M HIPKINS A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder toubles removes travel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheuma tim and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both then and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hfallj sole manufacturer P 0 box 629 office 2D31 Olive Street St Louis Mo theInnkloiiusi A very economical way In si1 ttIiuro orate durable j poolflaxilnlKix One girl with pretty feet shorts Ucr Inillvlihiallty In hosiery nod from u hoppers Htaiul olnt she has a great variety to choose from another have lug n soft velvety fompluxlou en hance It by ahvayM nppau lug In the ruatet original and daliitliMt of stocks and collars Her stocks are of tho flne i t embroidered linen and the moro claliorate ones are trade of soft chit foiiH and iiHssallnes One of the prettiest things over ere ntid to adorn the neck of fnlr woman was a stock of chiffon messallne tat feta In soft folds with n turn over of Alice blue embrolderwl In n miniature design of leurdellN Long ends of plaited mpusnllne were caught nt In Urvals with fine lace bands All the quitelwith tiny bows which take away the bare apearance and the long line nt the back of the neck They also little the fnsliMilii that spoils the neatness of HO ninny gowns Our rciiilera may have advice on pur concerningrllcharge by Ilrno Dnveraux the fashion xrr t y addressing Rene Devernux P O jinx 1nD Madison Square Nw York InoloslnK stamp for reply J In Self Defense Major Hamm editor and manager of the Constitutionalist Eminence Ky when he was fiercely attacked four years ago by Piles bought a box o Bucklens Arnica Salve of which he says It cured me in ten days and I no trouble since Quickest healer of Burnes Soros Cuts and wounds 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store ALMOST MARTYR SHE SAID At Least This Olrl Was Wise Enough- to Make Him Think SoIt Ends Satisfactorily 0 but diarpst she said after iidiiiiltiii that she believed silt Could learn In tinge to love him turordinj to the Chicago Record Herald I couldnt think of mar pvinn you for ever thud ever so Tong even if I did finally consent to be your wife IIi llattoned out one of lieu soft lit I Ir hll mIll hetwtl1I his two strong Dues and smoothed it tenderly Darling he urged hyon cant realize how sorry you make me by talking that way Why do you in limns that a doubt can enter mrIuBnt Im afraid I should live to regret it she replied permitting him to press her to him You are so handsome and so brilliant that other women would be continual ly doing their best to attract your attention and they would crowd around you so eagerly that Ipoor little I without any bill liancy to make me shine over the rest would be crowded into the background 01 should be very miserable indeed uno you really think that little one How can I help it she asked twining her two soft arms around jibs neck und looking fondly into his soft dark eyes An expression of sadness slowly overspread his countenance and gently pushing her back at last he said with a heartfelt sigh Poor little girl You know my every thought is of you Your hap piness is dearer to me than any JonIand press you no further Rather than bring unhappiness to you in future years I would give up every fond hope that has come to me since first I looked upon your lovely face and heard the sweet sound of your voice I would con sider myself n criminal if for my own happiness I would persuade you to be mine knowing that in after years the attention and the admiration bestowed upon me bothers might fill your heart with sorrow For your sake dearest I will Do you think the 2d of next month would be soon enough If you insist I think 1 could get ready by that time My sweetheart Will you ReallyI she said as she stood at the window looking out after he bad gone that the silly thing really would have sacrificed himself for my sake if I hadnt headed him off Dear me Men ore such fools one cant help won deriug if it isnt merely by accident that so ninny of them keep their names out of the papers STRONGAgain rial or Si Is what MM Lucy Stovall of Tilton Ga said after Uldnf Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundrsdi 11 of otherweak women art being re stored to perfectII edy YOU may bt win If you will tak It i IndlgettlonciusM nearly all tick nest that wom n hate It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and dgestlra organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings and alltomach disorders Digests What You Eat furnarbutieNat hialtbbythlsram the the belchlngheartburn IerlNLIby2 WAYNE UKII FIN I A Special Lot of Ladies Handsome Storm CoatsT- he storm coat has become a necessity to every woman The service performed by them is double that of any other gar ment In your wardrobe They are India pensable for rainy weather and are the proper weight for early spring wear and these we offer this week are not only serviceable but stylish handsome coats suitable for wear In any weather Only thoso who have worn the overall coat can appreciate Its utility and value We do not know of reliable well cut well made ahower proof coats ever hay Ing been cold for less than w2 We have been fortunate enough to secure 700 coat as Illustrated above at a remarkably low pricethe manufacturer wanted the money he offered them at about halt the usual price we took them youra Is the advantageThe Is made of fine quality shower proof material In oxford tan and olive double breasted front with stitched side plait fastening with cloth covered but tons the back la brought snug to the figure at waist line by stitched box and side plaits flat collar trimmed with four rows of silk soutache braid full sleeves plaited at wrist with braid trimmed turn back cuff helt all around two flap pockets full skirt lengths M to 60 Inches Special Price 749When ordering state bust measurement and skirt length We will promptly and cheerfully refund your money upon return of the coat If not In every way satisfactory to you This Is our rule with all goods purchased from us- Send for our January Special Muslin Underwear Sale catalogue Ualtttl free upon request If you are not on our mall Ing list write us today Our Sprint and Summer Catalogue will be Issued early In March and you should not fall to have a copy Address Room 201 R H MACY a CO BROADWAYIUnU SqwreNEW YORK Note rag from Norway The Norwegian papers describe how a new method of getting drunk has become popular among the lowest classes in Christiania A wouldbe drunk fills the palm ofI his band with uqvavit which is a- very strong corn brandy nnd sniffs it up through his noseI This is repeated several times though once issitnieiiit to render a mini intoxicated Nose drink ing has become a real vice says the Orebladet The effect Is terrible because the whole nervous system is paralyzed in a moment and the drunkard remains almost unconscious for several minutes Afterward there Is a sleepy fatigue as there is after opium smoking I Cumbeland TELEPHONE AND h ItncortrOrted1I lucres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone In my residence and place ol business My business hM Increased and my wifes voice la nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service ant- gentlemanly competition H E PRTE Mir Ohio County I Circuit Coort TFnirkh sil Juelfe Den D llln 50 Attorney Oscar Mldkltf Jailer Ed 0 I Berm Clerk Frank L Felix Waiter Com fi mlMloner Y L Muieler TrutH Jury Fond ItIB Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sherlfl S i A Ilratt her L P Crowd E II Megan Jo It j Robert WConrtconTsnes first noJday In March and August and continue weekiand third Monday In May and Norember two wee- kCountyConrtw II Taylor Judge WS TlnIf jr Clerk E Woodward Attorney Hart told KTCoart conrenei lint Monday In each month Quarterly Court Begins oath third Monday In January April July anfOctober Court ol Claims Conrenri Ont Monday In Jan nary Tuesday alter second Monday In October Other Officers N Uoxlcy Surveyor Shrew H W Leech AssMsorKob KoyJame DWe CoronerJlneoi7uaies Courts N Uarrais Dearer Dam March 24 June 21 September 24 December 24 WI Miller HOMO Branch March 20 June 25 September December 28 W S Dean Dundee March 27 June 24 Sep tember 20 December 27 W It Edge FordsTllte March 28 June 27 September 27 Derem her 28 D8 Chamberlain Beda March 29 Jan 28 September 28 December 29 Herbert lender Centertown March 30 June 29 September 20 December 30 John Miles Itorlcport March 31 June 30 Sep tember 30 December 3- 1SZeurtford relic Court R n Wedding Judge J8 Oleon City At torney Seth Moeeler Marshal Court eon tea oecoDdMoDda In eachnionth XSolisjTlovui Qarvicaau ME Church South Serrtce third Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 p m and secon I Sunday at7pm Trayr meeting erery Wednss day evening Her J A Lewis Pastor- DnptitChorehSerylreheid Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday end Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Her A D Gardner pastor CI Church Serrlces first Sunday IB each month at 11 am and 7 pm Rev J D Hue nedpator School Trustees HartfordC M Crow rsGlenn Dudley Ford D E ThomasDr E D PendletonCltyCooncllJifWilliams Mayor CM Crowe Clerk R E L Slmmerman Dr E B Pendleton A D White Wm Fair Wn Dean Dr JW Teylor Socrot 6oetttsA O U W meets ant and third Friday ulRh tain each month Hartford Lodge No e7a F4 A Moon flrs Monday night In each month Hartford Tent No 09 Knights of the Mace a bees Try Thursday night Rough KlTsr Lodge No 110 Knights of Fy this meets erery Tiesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 0 A R hold reg alar meetings Saturday befonflrstSnnday In eaefe month- r THE 1906 World Almanac and Encyclopedia IS ON SALE ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES- It is a 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 professions It contains information on more than 1000 timely topics ami represents over 10000 facts such as arise daily for answering Election statistics agricultural fie nancial educational railroads ship ping etc etc through all the list of topics where new figures are most valuable 31 columns of index Send for this Standard American AnnualAddress THE WORLD Pulitzer Building New York City T F I R Y41I Eakin g Powder r Absolutelyt PureDIS- TINCTIVELY A CREAM OF POWDERt+ It does not contain an atom phatic acid which is the product of bones digested in sulphuric acidor of alum which is onethirdsulphuric acid sub stances adopted for other baking powders because of their cheapness Hartford Republican i FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9 LIVE ON NOTHING A YEAR How Married Couple Managed to Scrimp Along Through a Twelvemonth of Wedded Bliss We are in receipt of so helpful n letter from one of our subscrib i ers that we gladly publish it ini full says Mrs Wilson Woodrow in Life It follows After rend in one of the sting ninthly and inspirin letters in a womans magazine wherein a father of lies states that himself his wife and ten children lived in modest luxury on a salary Ift- 1II0 a year my husband looked at me with an expression of one who sees a new planet swim into his ken Hear Mary he murmured tX citedlythis tiling must be carried to its logical conclusion If these people eau live on almost nothing should not we with our combined wits live on nothing at all At first his idea seemed far fetched and then embraced It with enthusiasm This was the result Met ween us we had f8 cents with which to stint our interest ilg experiment but as my hus Laud pointed out to me quick wits readiness of resource colossal nerve a good acquaintance union smart people amhthe appearance of wealth constitute a better cap ital thou mere dollars Of course my husband being I- tcIooa llnanciei and myself an adventur a perfect lady it was necessary for us to wcarcxpensive cloths My idea of economy is not to skimp on the wardrobe buy the best you eau possibly ret the tradespeople In trust you for Cultivate your social gifts 1o the utmost and seek constantly to enlarge your acquaintance Set this down as an axiom The more people you know I he more you can borrow from and the more you can impress and dazzle them the more they will yield III our case as 1 have stated our nitre income for t he year was l8 cents Our expenses werpiIO 000 Hy careful prudent borrow lug we managed to raise 8000 and in deference to my husbands strict ideas of honor this was at once applied on our debts With the experience thus trained we hope without inerens tang our expenditure to borrow at least 1L000 during the coming year and be able to set aside a Bum to give in judicious charity Disease in Talejlioiiec Consul Mil1 of A lit lilgblill- repmtH ti I i1 i i11- 1IsJuI ir Oi liiiiC bV 1e ItI low mouthpieces bus led ill Hritish General Electric company to de vL an instrument ill which ail larger is avoided by simply abol 1isliing the mouthpiece The receiv lag and transmit ting apparatus is combined ill a south metal case shaped like a watch which is held continuously to tIll taI both in speuhiii triI in lisUiiinir tIll wi- r oit transmitting microphone being made so sensitive thin it become unnecessary to concentrate the sound waves on it by the aid of any inouthpicce such as is OJlliuUliII used Mounted on a a speaking key the new arrange ment is exactly similar to the com Lined receiver and transmitter except that there is no mouthpiece and the speaker as it were ad dresses himself In the world at large instead of talking into a trumpetshaped IIIilltlISwitzerlands War Museum It is odd that Switzerland the country believed to be the least likely to goto Will should have planned the largest museum of military curiosities but the Muse um of 1PfCc1111 War at Lucerne is intended to hold the most re markable collection of walIthih its ever gathered It will show an almost complete collection of of fensive arms since the stop age and these realities will be supple mented by displays of uniforms prints denting with the horrors of war models of modern Ironclads mid submarines and in fact every thing bearing upon the subject Its principal aim will be to con vert other nations to the idea of universal pence and it is believed that other countries will cot tribute to the collection in fur therance of this idea Then Its Different The young man who admires a dlcgspilrkicks like a mule otter murryiii her when he is called upon to pay the freight Chicago Daily News i Wealthy Wai- fAsnuutmotorcu with a young man and a prefty woman in it rally drove up to a tiny Ushiug village on the IJrittany coast and stopped at a roadmasterscottnge which was empty for till time be lug The young man sprang out with a large bundle left it in the house jumped into the car again a11d drove ell rapidly in the direc tion of lirest The roadmendertt wife on reaching home opened the bundle and found therein r healthy baby about eight days old Having babies enough of her own t she put the unwelcome infant out of doors and calmly left it there A peasant woman pass ing by hearing the child cry took pity on it and carried it to her home Undressing the baby she found 2000 in hank notes pinned to its clothes but not the least indication as to its identity She is going to ben devoted second mother to the child while the rondmenders wife bitterly repents her uncharitable ule SLollllolI Telegraph dasions of History M tiinn haJ diecoverrrt his straitscould make a good tin of this llildl11C said II Icr up Panama way- Kegrettiifg that he had to takt so much latitude with the crude geographies of the period he ie tired to the cabin to splice ll man brace Chicago Album Subscribe for TilE REiun ir N BLONDES AND CIVILIZATION Ancient Races with Fair Color Died Because Their Environments Were Slot Fitted icr rhcn Did the nnoient highly civilized nations of the past die out because thjy were blonde and therefore un fitted for the regions in which they nourished Dr Charles K Wood ruff a surgeon in the United States army who has written a book on the subject believes that this wilts the case lie maintains that too much light is injurious to white races through its actinic or hemical effects from which tin dark skin pigments of swarthy races protect them Thus he ex plains why by survival of the tit test dark races fur found in trop ical lands why Europeans hove al ways failed to colonize the trop ics and why blondes disappear when they migrate southward jays a reviewer in the Medical Journal ElllnbmghI and intelligent rulers suited better for more swarthy in habitants have regularJy in the course of ages died out while their subjects thoroughly acclim atized to their domicile remain Egypt has been the theater of Im migration of intellectual races over and river again in each case these disappeared told civilization decayed though the native fellah survived and survives There will the author predicts never be another dark age for the lures ent Aryan conquerors rule it front London and are not colonizers Wlii1 the blonde type of mankind requires for its evolution a cold dark northern country the brit nette of various degrees of intensity up to absolute blackness is alone adapted for lasting exist ence in most of the regions of the world There is too much sunshine in the United States and Bone of the torts that lane come to this coon try until recently is adapted to the climate Dr WoodrulV thinks except the Jews All the rest are degenerating from excessive nigh The lower Mediterranean ran1 however are now locking over stud if the blondes die out as they did in Greece mid Italy during the dccadenceof these two countries smell States histurymuVrepeitt theirs though Dr Woodruff be mayIsu1VIVO prevent the destruction of there public provided it takes warning Viand liniilH the franchise to the 1pIRI quired according In Dr Wood toIdesh0its greatest glory the decadence of tIll i reeks was already evident and shows it self today in their literature ami art Dr Woodruff points out how ancient sneer statues exhibit glIIIjaw and is the head of a dying race I UHLE h f LONG DESCENT ofiFoundHistory Among the fruits of the rose ft inilyare apples pears peach es plums cherries and mill1 ruspIa A mong the ruins of the Swiss lake dwellers are found remains of small seed tipples which show the I seed valves and the grains of flesh The elute apple is IIl1l1thtlf Unit ain and was the stock on which were grafted the choicest vari el its when brought from Europe d icily France Apples of BOIW hurt were abundant before the c0llglui t and had been introduced probably by the Romans Yet often aa Saxon manuscripts speak f apples and cider there is no mention of nained varieties before the thirteenth century Then one tray read of the pearmain and tin ralui CI1l2 low cot lardI in lire ic1 oT household ex ass df Eioanor wife of Simon De Mont fort apples anti pears an uttered In the year lSG the royal fruiterer to Edward 1 present n bill for apples pears quinces medlars and nuts Pippins be lieved to be seedlings hence called r ni ti iiijis or seeds are said K Greatest Subscription Proposition Ever Offered I Louisville Daily Herald 8400 per year Hartford Republican 100 Regular price of both papers X500tClubbing price 200t This proposition is for a limited time only Present Subscribers can take advantage this offer as same as new ones All you have to do is to pay your subscription to TILE 1EPUIILICAIi to February 1 1907 and 100 in addi tion and got the splendid newspaper the Daily Herald for one year AclclteH8 l111 c 1clers to THE REPUBLICAN nut to IsuvbIt grown in England lefore in The exact I hlltnll writing of tilt orchards of lien at that period can name only theap pit the orange the rnssean tilt sweelihg the pome water and tIll reinette oho Winthrop is usually hell responsible for the introduction of the apple into the new world Hut as u matter of fuel whenWin Ihrop anchored opt Cape Ann till recluse Ilackstone already had apple trees growing about his cabin at Shawmut Neck Some i ofthe host American apples were brought over by the Huguenots i who settled in Flushing L I in IliliO and planted there among I others the pomme royale or spice ppllIWATERWAYS OF THE ORIENT j i Most Importnnt Feature of the Canals Is That They Run Parallel to the Seacoast ITlw most interesting and in j some respects the most Important feature of the waterway system in China is the quill system Run i ninginorcor parallel I lot hi Heu coast front Hongkong to Peking through a very rich portion of the empire certainly the most Impor IiiJnt portion commercially at the present time is tIll Grand or Im i Aerial canal of China Connect hug with this at either hand are smaller canals These in turn con i acct with still smaller waterways and still further are smaller streams until the Yangtze mill i Yellow 1 plains are a vast net work of waterways designed originally for irrigation very large ly but used at the present time both for irrigntiou and transpor i ration To get at Chinese commer vial conditions one must thor oughly understand this system of si reams and canals It is a dUll acteristio part of the life of the thins people There will be nti system of railroads to suppliant it iuitsclose relation of lift here and any commercial system or theory which disregards it will fall short of success The rivers and wa terways of the empire are the baits for heavy transportation and traffic for years to come and the railroad system for which there is hope will not supplant but merely supplement them The pasteboard safe and tit sheet iron vault is au Industry not peculiar tO America though It finds most use here tend it is iti Boston tInt musical instru ments are manufactured out j wurdly exact reproductions of cor nets and other brasses but whirl are sold much more cheaply space j their use is merely to pad out bit hands with men who cannot play supplieIsaid to boast one third dummy players i4VtY e N m 8 After InvtorvYr SALE I We Have Ma- ngyBARGANS Iollir luring this sale which will begin Febru ary H and continue ton days I Twentynine Mens Overcoats Regular 4 price 500 700 10 00 1250 14 to 11 close 308 8408 540 898 and 0 49 Nineteen Boys and Youths Overcoats Regulr price tOO 500 GOO and 07 to close 208 3 OS 403 and 539 Also some extra big bargains in Mens Youths i and Boys Suite I Prices on Mens urnishings Choice on Mens301Itats 250 OjIII u II Fancy 100 Shirts 70 anIII II II 50h 30 n e 10 JhjII Boys50 Undershirts 30 III II 25 1 10 I If You Are Not interested 4 IIIn mens wear perhaps you are in ladies wear Nineteen Ladies Cloaks Regular price 2 3 4 5 7 8 10 to close 139 270 330 4 98 and 640- Ludies 25c 50c and 1 Vests to close i I lOc 30c and 79c Ladies 25e 50c und 1 Pants to lOc ane and 7UcI closoIWe have ninny a bargain to offer you during r this sale Visit us and we will interest you 1 CARSON CO I I lOlA + rn S G s Hertford Kentucky IjjI f 3 c j AversPills Want your moustache or beard- abeautfulbrown I or rich black Use ilWake I BUCKINGHAMS DYE rim en ornuooirre c L 1 iuu cowaorwas