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T 7r I m t ttzrtferb Uqublkant Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL taD IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY t FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16 1906 No31 I STURDY FARMERSKEEP Peruna Cures Catarrh Wherever Located 1 Pernna a Necessity in the fyme J II Alexander Publisher of tho 1rult nml Floral judo A Mmtaxlno of Horticulture puiill ud Inllartford City lndnajof Perimu Ot Wn4 nlMldcd with catarrh of tho throat and head for over ten yecr I butfgrowgo out in cold weather A butt ono year ago I was ndvlicd to try Pcruna which I dill anti I am now entirely well of tho catarrh Peruna Is m necessity In our home With the first symptoms of a cold we use It and are never afflicted with ca tarrh I advlso nit who aro adllctcd with catarrh to try loruna There Is eer talnly nothing equal to it as a catarrh nedIcInoJ II Alexander I Peruna it a Systemic Remedy If Peruna will curo catarrh in one place It will cure it in any other place bocauso It Is a systemic remedy PRESENT FOR BARNETT Deputfes in Customs Office Show Admiration for Retir ing Chief i Louisville Ky Feb 12AfterA turning over the records of his office which he has occupied for the past eight years Col C M Barnett I presented Judge W G Dearing the new Collector of Customs with his commisson and the latter was sworn into office by Judge Walter Evans of the Federal Court Judge Evans heartily wished the new Collector a successful administration One of the happiest features connected with the vent was the presentation of a magnificent and cost ly Knight Templar charm set with diamonds and rubies to Col Barnett by the force ovdr which he presided during his administration The pre sentation speech was made by Jack- r Richardson Appraiser who dwelt upon the success and growth of the office and its increase from one in which the annual receipts are over 400000 Col Barnett in expressing his appreciation of the gift made refer ence to the faithful service he had received and spoke in a way that proved effective and touching of the work they had done together In receiving his commission from Col Barnett Judge Dearing said that he I J would emulate the example of his IJ predecessor and would try to prove p worthy of the confidence of both I business men and officials Col Barnett will remain in the city for several days winding up his I Po rna Always on Rand Mr Fred Hchnoll Lakovlow Krlo Co NY writes 4 I hall boon a xuO rur for moro than thirty years with catarrh of tho into tines I had used a great deal of mrtU duo to no avail so I decided o try Peruna I have now used thirteen bottles and can give you the Joyful tidings that I have no more trouble I always keep Peruna on lilJndPrM Schnell Tho people generally aro very much misinformed as to tho nature of catarrh Catarrh Is usually believed to be con lined to the head noso and throat Lat terly wo sometimes hear of catarrh of tho stomach anti catarrh of tho bladder Soldom if over do wo hear of catarrh or- allY other organs It is not bocauso these organs are not subject to catarrh nor that catarrh of those organs is not a very common dis ease hut Dimply bccausq it is not gener ally known that affections of these organs may bo duo to catarrh personal affairs before he returns to Hartford Joined the U S Army Mr Joe S Brown of Point Pleas ant Ky and Mr James A Bilbro brother of S A Bilbro of Matanzas Ky enlisted as privates in the Unit ed States Infantry on Feb 7 at the U S Army Recruting statin at 221 J West Main St Owensboro Ky Both passed excellent examination and were sent to St Louis Mo for preliminary training before joining their Companies LIVERMORE NO SALOONS Third Time in Six Years That the Whiskey Men Have t Made the Fight- i Livermore decided against open saloons last Saturday by the largest majority ever given in any election over held there The election wwf held as stated for the purpose of testing whether Livermore should drysII The question was hotly contested and until the last few days it was very doubtful which side would win last1stxyearsthatI tried to get saloons there but it is not probable that they will try again j soon as the temperance element has gained8och a victory j- An attempt will be made soon to have whiskey kept out of the drug i stores and thus make Livermore a peaceable and dry town J OFF ALL ILLS IHad Catarrh Thirty Years Pernna Cured Him MraiutnvMKchmldiHprlng Valley Ill writes I had catarrh of tho head and throat for over thirty years It boo mo worse every year About three months ago I commenced la tako Peruna and Manalln and now I am entirely cured of that troublesome ulckdcfi Your medicine Is surely a blessing to mankind 4 You can truly fay that you have not lived in vain Doctor and I thank you for tho good yoti havo dono mo May you enjoy a long life to help suffering humanity Oustav M Schmidt I Dr Hartman Makes Personal Use of Peruna In speaking of his own personal use of Peruna Dr Hartman says For a number of years my profes sional duties havo compelled mo to be much on tho road traveling long dis tances by rail night and day exposed to all kind of vicissitudes sleeping and eating in different hotels continually and through it ell I havo preserved myself from any derangement of the body resulting from catching cold At tho slightest evldcnco of a cold a few doses of Peruna invariably checked lit BUNCH OF RATTLESNAKES Discovered Beneath Hearth in a9 Farm House and Were Killed With Hot Water Munfordsville Ky Feb 10An- est of fortytwo rattlesnakes was found by Isaac Welborn a farmer fn the Roundstone on Mon fami1lysound apparently emanating from the fireplace Mrs Welborn is of a nervous temperament and was much disturbed by the suggestions of the neighbors thatthe house was haunt ed Saturday evening Mr Welborn built up a hugh fire as the nightbit ter cold Towards morning the sound became so alarmingly per sistent that Mrs Welborn became unable to endure the suspense and aroused her husband Mr Welborn could not quiet his wifes fears and as soon as the fire died down he arose and prepreceded the tear up the hearth determined to find the cause of the mysterious sounds and to end them for once and all On removing one of the larger stones he saw a hollow underneath it filled with a mass of rattlesnakes He then im mediately replaced the stone and as soon as his wife could heat a kettle of water he cautiously raised the cover of the den and poured the boiling water upon the reptiles Mr Welburn was then able to lift them out one by one with a pair of tongs The snakes varied in size from six inches to nearly a five eetILincoln Diy Celebrated For the first time in history the BY TAKING PERUNAI tLLIUJA fo 1ib U Peruna a Household Friend La r llenry Sckrocder Routo 2 Napoleon 0 flies I suffered for almost ten years with catarrh of the stomach and all dociorlng was of no avail 4 I took nine bottles of Peruta and two ofManalln and am now entirely cured 1 1 recommsndthe medicine to nil who are afflicted with this disease Hit my household Mend Henry Schroeder I A Farmers Talk to Farmers Before Dr Ilnrtman began the study of medicine ho was a farmer boy Ho wan bruught lI J on a farm in Southcrr Pennsylvania jg j Ho belonged to that industrial suc cessful class of farmers known BStnd Pennsylvania butch tho bet farmers In the world It was hero that he early learned the lesson of pulling obnoxloui thing out by tho roots Dr Hartman Method of Treating Catarrh Naturally when he began tho study of medicine his mind turned Instinctively toward tho removing of causes Ho could not content himself with dtiJtpr Ing symptoms any more than his enter prising father could have contented himself by pulling off the tops of weeds to eradicate them from tho soil The Doctor turned his attention early to tho science of removing the cause of State of Kentucky Monday celebrat ed officially the greatest son Pursuant to a resolution introduced by A L Denny a Republican represen tative appropriate exercises were held in observance of the day the participants including both the Democraticand Republican leaders of both branches of the General Assembly Governor Beckham Chief Justice Hobson and other represen s ntatives of the executive and judicial branches of the State government were in attendanceI Cc1TLThBea- rstheThA Kind Yra Have Always BcnzM 11 81rThe Death Angel Call The angel of death visited the home cf A J Mefford on February 6t and claimed as its own their beloved daughter Cassie Mefford Cassie was the only child of Delamio and AudyMefford age five years and nine months She was laid to Test in the Chapel cemetery on February 7 1906 amid a large crowd of sor rowing relatives and friends Dear father and mother you have lost one loved so dearly she is sleeping so sweetly the sleep of the just She cannot come back to you all but you can go to her Weep not dear mother for the loved one thats gone to rest but strive to meet hr in the Great Beyond Dear father will never again be cheered by the sound of her sweet voice ray you so live that you will meet her We can not tell who next may fall beneath the golden rod so let us all prepare to meet ourGod HER COUSIN ORA M Subscribe for THE REPUBlICAN diseases believing that obnoxious symp toms would disappear If thecause of the trteffasfl was removed In other words Dr Hartman applied the common sense of the practical farmer to medicine and after much experimentation Peruta was com pounded Tho sensible farmer does not thinkof cutting off the tops of weeds to kilt thorn Ho pulls them up by tho roots Dr Hartman Interested In Farming Notwithstanding Dr Hartman busy professional career ho stilt continues to be interested in farming He is the owner and managorofoneof tho largest farms in tho State of Ohio with several thousand acres of tho best tilled land in the Middle West and with hundreds of tho best blooded percheron horses over imported or raised in this country Dr Hartman relies upon Fernna en tirely in case of sickness iu hill own family r THIRTY GRADUATES Secured by Ohio County at the i January Examlna tion At the examination held on Janu ary 23241906thlrtycommonschool- graduates were added to the long list which Ohio county has to her credit This is equal to the number secured last year at the January ex beHevesIthe tqtal above the record break ing numbersecured last year Examinations were held at the Superintendents office and in districts 2210756 and 5 by JC Mc Crocklin J P Holbrook Allie Field en Margaret Chambers and I J I HooverThose whq will secure diplomas of graduation are Guy Ranney Chas L Taylor Vera Hawkins Sam Brown Jones Mary Powell Jones Fred Brown Chester L Roach Al pha Brown Lula Francis Johnson Myrtle Brown Rosa Brown Geor gia M Mattingly Will Griffith George A Norris W Guy Muffett Sudie Brown William R Crowe Thomas Marvin Wright Kenneth Watson Annye Ellen Wright Maud May Miller Maud L May Orney Bell Wadson Author Wilson Mary Alice Lambert Ida Harris Lambert Lillian Irene Lyons Myrtle Ethel Lambert Earl F Miller and Arthur i Berdett Birthday Dinner Wednesday evening at 6 oclock sixteen guests met with Mr and Mrs R T Collins in honor pf the form At Work on the FarmPraises- Peruna Oeo II Thompson Raleigh Miss writes U 1 have been cured of catarrh by your medicines Peruna and Man lIn I hud been affected with catarrh of tho stomach about alt my life and was taken bad every spring and summer U I used several kinds of patent medi cines but they did me no good I then took a treatment under an M D which did mo but little good By this time I had got whore I could oat nothing but a little soup I had severe pains had lost in weight and could npt dOan thingI began taking your medicines Peruna and Manalln I then weighed 126 pounds but after taking 17 bottle of Peruna and one bottle of Mnnalin 1 weighed ICO pounds tarn now at work on the farm and feel welt all of the time I eat all Iwant to and my Mends say that hook better than ever before I will ever praise PeruII for Iff healing power OeD H Thompson uptodatelaxative ItIschildren take It readily Full directions accompany each bottle ers birth day The host and hostess were courteous and kind the guests congenial and the occasion most happy H P Taylor was there with a fund of personal reminsciences and Hartfords history that always enter tains Young R E Lee Simmerman with a wealth of old jokes and some others and Mayor J H Williams who promised that on this oc casion the police should not molest the belated diner A dinner such as Mrs Collins alone could have provided was served and then Quips and pranks and wanton wiles And laughter holding both his sides Were added guests who beguiled Time to shake his hourglass till its sands flew along That host may like fine wine grow richer and stronger with years is the hope of his guests Tay10rIrecently moved from Hartford to Central City died at their home last Friday morning after a very brief illness She was in perfect health until a week before her death when ThisIThe remains were brought back to Hartford for interment and after funeral services conducted by Rev J A Lewis at the residence of Mrs M A Lewis Mrs Taylors mother Saturday morning all that was mot tal of little Mary was laid to rest in Gods acre MranriMrs Taylor have deepest sympathy of the pea pie of Hartford in their sad bereav ment STORAGE WAREHOUSE Planned For By Growers cf Green River District House Will Probably Be Locate at Owensboro Owned By incorporated Company The second meeting of the Greet River Tobacco Growers association which is the district organization of the A S of E with conditional pro vision for membership of independ ent growers was held in Owensboro Friday National President Daven port of Cisney Ky and National Secretary Taylor of Indianapolis Ind were present Reports were heard on the aCIe1 age canvass Although these r ports were not complete they indicate that the ninetyfive per cent of growers made necessary by the Monarch resolution before a consoli elation with the independents on pooling can be effected will be iasi lyobtainedThe of building a dis trict warehouse was brought up and a warehouse committee was appointed consisting of JE Minnett Hancock James P Foster Ohio S B Robertson and James B Moseley McLean and George M Taylor Davies After a brief consideration this committee submitted the follow ing reportIWe your committee on warehouse submit the following report Finding that a great sawing can be effected by owning our own ware house for prized tobacco and alf realizing that it will Ire greatly to our advantage to have nil of the to bacco of this district held as a whoh at some central point under the control of one committee we recom mend that a district warehouse he established in Owenaboro for the storing of prized tobacco That sc far as they may deem advisable the other counties may ship their tobac co to it for storage and that allof the type samples be shipped there and placed in the hands of the dis trict executive committee We recommend that a ware house company be organized at once to be known as the Green River Tobacco Warehouse company with a capital stock of from seven to ten thousand dollars in shares of ten dollars each No man to be allowed to subscribe for over twentyfive shares Proper regulations to be made to insure its continued cmtrol- by Equity men We further recommend that a committee be appointed consisting of three members from each county who shall take subscriptions for necesISIlryshall have full power to have the said warehouse company organiz ed The discussion of this report was spirited and brought out great di versity of opinion After anum her of speeches hall been made the matter was finally referred to a ways and means committee compos ed of S H Lee Davies David Moreland Ohio J E Minnett Han cock Silas Miller Breckenridgeand S B Robertson McLean This committee has no powr r to make final arrangements but is simply to report its opinion of the best meth od of handling the 190G crop The question establishing headquarters of the National Tobacco Growers association in OwensboroI was brought up and by National President Davenport Na tional Secretary Taylor L N Rob ertson Vice President of Daviess county and others It was the gen eral opinion that it would be much better to have the head office in Ow ensboro in the center of u tobacco growing district than in Indianapo lis in a district whfiv practically no tobacco is grown The application of Muhlenberg county for membership in the Green river district was iivtented by Mr Davenport md luvpted C 5TO X loau the Kin l Have M33 B2ut QiGttnru L111e tdd0 Sheep Killing Dogs and Poodles Mir nirfiW i i Mill hss been pasvl through i th houses of the Legfcnture putt r a n 1 on hong a fallow Oovc i wll ign i qP bill and it will become a law A Wholesale slaughter ofdogs will then take place throughout the State and many a Good Old Dog Tray will go up the spout But it wont be the poodle pups it wont be these little stunted runty woolly cannies that lounge around in the laps of domestically untutored girls while their mammas areout at the woodpile a picking up chips with which to fry the baconit wont be these the poodles will find a Moses to lead them Bet your bottoms daddy walk up andpay that one dollar and will go without them two new suits f summer underwear Ah no twont be the poodles But it will be these sleek blacks and brown curries those pretty shep herds and noisy rat terriers the daily companions of the little boys out in the country that will be led to the slaughter it will bo the faith ful old dog thathasstood grard over the premises for a long long time it will be the devoted old Spot who- chased the tramp away while the j men folk were down in the field plowing Thus the dog killing mat happen ter is sized up just about as it will I Make a oftoget Elys Cream Balm ifyou are troubled with I nasal catarrh hay fever or cold in the head It is purifying and sooth ing to the sensitive membranes that line the airpassages It is made to cure the disease not to fool the patient by a short deceptive relief There is no cocainenor mercury in It Do not be talked into taking a sub stitute for Elys Cream Balm All druggists sell it PriceoOc Mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York GIRL KILLS TIGER Chicago Woman Saves Mans Life in an Indian Jungle tctdes Postal The latest adventure of a Chicago girl is that of Mrs Lionel Warren formeraly Miss Anges Lee who has returned to America from India where she has spent the summer shooting tigers This modern Diana invaded the Indian jungles and spent days in the vicinity of the watering places and the lairs of Bengal tigers Mounted on a halftrained ele phant and armed with a smallboro KrasJorgensen the plucky little woman crashed into the mysterious tangle of the interior until she had penetrated further than any Euro pean foot ever had gone Mrs Warren thus recounts the story of her first encounter with the tigersWe mounted the elephants with provisions for two days sent fourth Suddenly the guides gave the signal to halt A second later a magnificent tiger bounded out of the thicket snarling with surprise and rage evidently the beast had been caught napping Before he gained the thicket a shot shattered his foreleg Instead of turningat bayhe gave a leap into the air revolv with lighteninglike rapidity ling tearing at the damaged leg as if it were the offender Clouds of dust from the sunbaked earth hid him from view as he plunged on in his blind fury Colonel Ellis the army officer who had joined the expedition and three natives dismounted in pursuit of the wounded monster One of the hunters came running toward us with a shout Colonel Ellis emerg ing from the thicket found himself in the opn the wounded tigers scarcely CO paces away The native wore too demoralized to do anything but run Colonel Ellis fired point blank at the breast but missed I So scarcely hoping to do any good I raised my smallboro rifle against the houdah post and aiming at the shoulder fired To invasion isement tne splendid brute bounded feet in the air and fell in a heap 110 the Col antis feet jAMystery Solved to keep off periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual consti was a mystery that Dr Illation New Life Pills solved for me John N Pleasant of Magnolia lad The only pills that are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction to everybody or money refunded Only2catZ Wayne Griffin R Ires drug store RATE BILL PASSED National louse Votes Almost Unanimously Favor of it FeatuI res ot tbe Bill I Washington Feb SThe Hej burn railroad rate bill which the House passed today asexplained by the author Representativeliepburr- of Iowa in his speech gives the Interstate Commerce Commission author ity when a rate has been complainer of as unreasonable by shippers to investigate tjiat rate an statewhethe or not it isynreasonableanjlif to bi unreasonable name a rate which isjust and reasonable and fairly remunerative whick is to be the Imaxi mum rate to be charged This rate so fixed is to go into effect thirty days after it is announced by the commission subject during that time to be set aside or suspended by the Aftellgoingrate for three years During this three year period az cording to the opinions expressed bj those who have participated in tot debate this rate must also be reviewed by the court and if found to be in conflict either with the terms of the act or with the constitution bv being confiscator it can be sot aside by the courts Anotner important feature is the definition of the words railnnul and transportation in n manner to include all auxiliary instaumentuli ties of comman crrriear and briny them within the control of the com mission This power to name a reasonable rate and the inclusion of auxiliries within the jurisdiction 1I the commission are said to be nev features All other features ire modifications of the existing law They include publicity of rain fi methods which is to be aided by iiiv scribing a system of bookkeeping and enlarging the commission t seven members and increasing the the salarier of the members to lu OOOayer A Breeze in Oklahoma Wind that blows so fast you cannot see through it possibly is a new thing to science said a Kansas man who recently moved to Oklahoma but that is what I saw last year I had seen that a storm was coming and was hastening from the barn to the house when I became aware that the disturbance was a cyclone The house was still standing in plain view of myself and my wife both of whom were running for the cellar which was under it when suddenly we came upon the basement of the house The house had blown away right before our faces and eyes and yet we had not seen it go The wind had got to blowing so fast that we could not see through it and so the house had sailed away without our being aware of it Our three children were safe and sound in the basementso we didnt feel thedisap pointment so keenly of losing the house But I swear and Ill not re cede from it that the wind blew so fast the eye couldnt penetrate clear air I wish some scientist would explain it OAST RIABeui taetheKind You Havs Always Bnught Signature J01 tUU Sunflower Philosopher AtvliiKiin I Ttnir lloln i Every mother is a trained nurse with the two unimportant exceptions- of the uniform and the wag es There are some people so mean they will not show surprise in gossip that was hatched yesterday There is one test of being a good husband that few men can passthat- of putting their wives in the air astle they build This is worth your attention If the man of the house has any rights of ownership in the parlor the young men his daughters bring home are of better class The trouble with artificially blond ned hair is that it is too near the olor of molasses candy whena boys dirty hands have pulled it A pretty girl is more liable to become a grumbler than her brother People smile at the girl and stop the boys for fault finding- It much be hard to raise boy roperly in a big city No barn to ick him in and the neighbors in a lat heart every time he is scolded above a whisper When there is haircloth furniture IHALISI MYSTERIOUS OUTLET Of Lake Michigan May be the River That is Causing Rail Iroads Trouble Railroad engineers are convinced that a big subterranean lake underlies a long stretch of country from St Joseph in a outhwesternly course to the Indiana line In four places railroad builders have encountered trouble In making fills ione line the conductor has been working since last Aygust trying to fill holesInto one hole has been dumped 8 000 square yards of material Work men have worked all day dumping carloads of sand and gravel only to return in the morning to find that it PolesIThe fills has cost about 25000 and no progress has been made When the old Milwaukee Benton Harbor and Columbus Line was he jag built from Benton Harbor to Buchanan the company rolled a lot of old box cars into the the sink hole A forty acre tract of timber was bought the trees cut down and driven into the place before a road bed could be obtained The Michi gap Central is said to have met similar experience near Gallatin and it took the Motion month it is said to fill up a place in shifting its roadbed near Cedar Lake There is a mysterious outlet to Lake Michigan near the Indiana line sufficient to cauae ahciivyjundortow and it probably tells tho underground lake V CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho- Slgu1turo of I VEGETABLE SICILI- ANUairRenewer Renews the hair makes it new again restores the freshness Just what you need if your hair is faded orturning gray for it always restores the color Stops falling hair alsouTK ro Z cu Fine TlainstT- OiFLORIDAVIA 1Qthr RaUW1- AND I UCOQ a Grsscsut Routs IFloida Limited leaving Louis ville Sa in daily connects at Dan ville Ky with solid trains of Pull man Sleepers and vestibuled coaches via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriv ing at Jacksonville at 850 a m and I St Augustine 10 a m next day without change Dining Car service all meals enroute- Florida Special leaving I lis- ville745 p m carries observation sleeper daily except Sunday Louisville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and Atlan ta arriving at Jacksonville 850 p m and St Augustine at 10 p in next day From Danville this is solid train of Drawing Hoom Sleep ers Composite car Observation carIalso Dining Car serves all meals en route Via the I and of the Sky Pullman Sleeper leaves Ix uisville 75V p m daily running through to lKnottsville where connection is made at 9T a m with through deeper to Jacksonville via Ashville Columbia and Savannah arriving at Jacksonville Si a m Winter Tourist Tickets Good returning until May JHst are now on sale daily at Low Hate Variable Togs Going via Ahville und Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta nil Clint anooga or Vic Versa For the Land of Sky Winter Homes tt or other handsomely illustrated book lets folders rates etc address any agent of the Southern Railway or CHHUNGERFORD DPA- Loulsvlllo Ky G B ALLEM A G P A St Louis Mo W C RINEARSON G P A QC Routo- Cincinnati O TYPEWRITERS appeal to your sense and your senses They have the light touch which makes forIspeed and attractive writing THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANY Syracuse N Y J 1 Branch Stores Everywhere Branch Office 134 West Fourth street Cincinnati OHIo I nr 4 c atIivYWAeaA i dtl CHINAS NLW ARMY Something LUc a Ilt gular Estat li4fshmentduced Is Being ProI Lnniliin Ciliili Since the events oif l00 China has shown a desire to introduce long j needed reforms in the case of the army this is seen very clearly lorI China possesses now all the makings 1 of a real national army organized on tbe model of the Japanese army so that in 15 years time it will have kt at least 150000 soldiers on a peace I footing According to the recent law concerning the reorganization of the Chinese army the 35 division comprising the infantry cavalry ar1 tillery engineers and transport ser vice arc to be formed as they shall be required and doubtless also with I regard to the funds available ther fore from ISKKi to 1922 In 19 the active contingent capable mediate mobilization will be 5000001 men and the cost involved in main willamountto 000000 taelf of 8000000 annually For the present the pro I vinces of ChiLi HoNanChanTuns and ShanSi have been reorganized on new lines They will comprise an active army chang pei kium a first line of reserve supcikiun and Ijn second reserve khopeikiun The infantry cavalry and artillery are divided into two regiments The infantry poutoe is grouped either in brigades sic or in regiments pioa which are composed of three battalions Finally the base etcI the of 14 men of ofIIficersformed on a war footing with three reenforced squadrons and a regi ment of artillery paotoe has nine batteries of which six arc equipped with field guns The engineers kungchung toe and the transports tsenchungtoe in battalions each I archreenforcedadded to every battalion Every I Chinese division for there are no army corps has 54 guns 54 ammu nition wagons 300 boxes of ammu nition 12 quickfiring guns and ICO l wagons for carrying provisions and general material They never gripe or sicken but cleanse and strengthen the stomach I liver and bowels This is the uni versal verdict of the many thousands Who use DeWitts Early Risers These famous little pills relieve headache constipation billiousness jaundice torpid liver sallow complex ion etc Try Little Early Risers Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Nicks Wedding Vmblnittcin 1I11t hIIf Representative would have it so he entire wedding outfit for nothing Enterprising haberdashers tailors hatters and shoemakers want to present him with the finest samples of their art provided he will let them advertise the fact Longworth buries himself in the depths of the Capitol to get away from them x He walked down Pennsylvania avenue the other day A friend pulled him over to a clothiers win dow and showed him something It j was a wax dummy standing in a i fine pose in the center of a wilderness J of shirts scarfs glpves and hats immaculately dressed in an afternoon wedding outfit and w- earling this placard Hon Nicholas in his wedding clothes Minute Cough Cure contains an atom pf any harmful drug 1 it has been curing coughs colds croup and whooping cough so long it has proved itself to be a triedand true friend to the many who use it tNoneed to fear of your child choke from croup with One Minute Cough Cure handy Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Cut Glass at Its Best Cut glass will not look much better than those pretty good imitations that aresold these days if it is put on the sideboard or table with out any thought of making it show off to best advantage In fact most people do not know that the sur roundings have as much to do with the beauty of cut glass as they have with most other things in the world It should never be placed among Treating Wrong Disease Jinny tlmr women call on their family as heartIlseasllwtiiip iiiiciiiHT from nervous xhniunlni lidthrcI11t1l11l1tarulllldllTlrtIIIurutc nod distinct dltcaw fur which ho asmimliiK Ilicm to bo Mich invncrlbes Ids pill und iiotlous lir reality they sire all uterhwdlseasociiiiKC of KiiiriTliiK 1iicuuriiHH thin proc tloo until largo hlllg are mudo The mf pruhalllyWllflltreatment it Oil rnnsranriit complications A proper medicine like Dr riercnH Fa vorite Prescription directed la Hie cause would entirely removed the tllltrls81l1gIIIIIIIIIIIIIS InlIlnltlcured lr Ilorcos Favorite Inwcrlntlnn la a KlPiitlllc medicine ciirefnlly duvlwil bi plrsclanand andIspstrlnAs tonic Fa vnrllo Prescription Imparts Ptrcimtli to dlsUnctlyfenlltihu tloblllIntl1UkIKrIJIIIJIllIlllllnthrll1I1II1 Irescrlptlouisequaled us an appetizing cordial nndro MoratNe lame Asa slotiiiug and strmigthenieg nOn uiiqunlldandirritabilitynervous SLImissopalfunetlnaitluterus It Induceit refreshing sleep and reputes mental anxiety and dIIJKdclcDr rieniV Pleasant llIttllllllllnrato to1mlightcolored surroundings particu larly cream or yellow In such a case there is a noticeable lack of the iridescence and brilliant sparkle that belong to cut glass A cabinet maybe full of beautiful pieces but if they are backed by a mirror the whole effect is a mere jumble of crystalMahogany is the real setting Its richness and dullness of tone are best suited to bring out the beauty in the glass Then there should be plenty of room There is no hand somer effect than a bowl or some cut glass piece standing on a mahogany shelf with no other piece near it A big display simply robs every piece of its beauty and if the housewife has not enough room 01 too many pieces let her put some away and change from time to time Darkoak bog and Flemish or velvet black dark green or deep maroon are the next best back ground An absolute necessity of course is that cut glass should be kept immaculate through frequent scrubbings with warm water Tho End of Tho World of troubles that robbed E H Wolfe of Bear Grove la of all usefulness carte 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 and Kidney coin plaints Blood diseases Hcadiache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price 50c Guaranteed by laWayne Griffin Bros drug store A New Vegetable The Agricultural Department is experimenting successfully with a new vegetable which it hopes soon to introduce as a permanent addition calledIchayotetween an alligatorpearand acucum ber The vegetable is to be used as- a salad and when sliced and served with lettuce and mayonnaise dressing it makes a most delicious part of the menu Already the new salad has been introduced in New York and Philadelphia and the department expects to have the official stamp of the administration put upon it soon by having it served at one of the White House state dinner Dont deceive yourself If you have indigestion take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It will relieve you Rev W E Hecutt South Mills N C aye I was troubled with chronic indigestion for several years whatever I ate seemed to cause heart burns sour stomach fluttering of my heart and general depression hasrelievjldsoundly at night Kodol Digests what you eat Sold by Z Wayne Srifiiin Bro i 1 CASTOE1z A Bean the1htKind You Hate Always Bou0 BJsi1t 1I 1c-r 4 TREASURE TROVE jDtn Mills Foriierly of Owens tore Makes a Lucky Find- tlornburo Miwnwr- Mr John C Mills who formerly resided in this city but who left- nearly ten years ago has written tot an old friend here with whom he boarded Mr John Maze that he has i at last struck a streak of good luck Mills had not been heard from since he went away and the letter as well as the news came as a surprise The letter was written from Gallatin Tenn where Mills now resides and inclosed a clipping with foljlowswell on a farm formerlly belonging I to Ben Mitzner an old miser John Mills struck a hard substance with I his shovel He unearthed the object and found it to be a tix box securely I locked The box was broken open and inside was found 6000 in gold and greenback The old man died seven years ago leaving not a reIn tive and the citizens knowing that he had some money wondered what he did with it but todays find re veals the secret The find was made by Mills Mon day and he is a very jubilant man as the tone of his letter would make it appear He worked at the wagon factory while here and had many friends who will be glad to hear of his good luck Galvostohs Sea Wall makes life now as safe in 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 keeps me well and safe Before that I time I had a 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 I Great Grandson of Henry flay is Dead I Lexington Ky Feb 7capt Tames B Clay the noted thoroughbred breeder and agrandson of the i great commoner Henry Clay died this morning near Baltimore on a train enroute to New York Capt Clay was about sixt- yeightSEED i TIMEflib has learned that some grains require far differ ent soil than othersisome crops need enthandlingthanothersHe I j deal depends upon right planting ct the right time and that the soil must be kept enriched No use of complaining in summer qbout amis take made in the spring Decide before the seed is planted die besttime to reme dy wasting conditions in the human body is be fore the evil is too deep rooted A the first evi dence bC loss of flesh Scpttjis Emulsion should be taken imme diately There is noth ing that will repair wasted tissue more quickly or replace lost flesh more abundantly than Scotts Emulsion It nourishes and builds up the body when ordi nary rood absolutely failWe wllarnd yore t stmfte free Be sure that thin picture in the form of a K on the everybolllJe you buy SCOTT BOWNECHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street NEW YORK sec and tilt all drugg- istdttttiLtki years old and brigadier general in the Confederate Veterans organiza tion He served on the staff of Maj Gen McClellan and Gen John C Breckenridge in the civil war He was going to New York to close n deal with a prominent turfmai who wished to purchase a colt the brother of Major Daingerfield which he owned Catarrh Cannot Bo Cured with local applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take iternal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a qnack medicine It was prescribed by one of the physi cians in this county for years and is a regular prescription It is com posed of the best tonics known com bined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous sur faces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces suchwonderful results in curing Ca tarrh Send for testimoniols free F J CHENEY Co Props Tole do Ohio Sold by druggists 7oc Take Halls Family Pills for con stjpation TRASH SOLD Tbe Last of the 1904 Crop Has Been DIsppsedOf IOweu l uro Inquirer The sale of the trash of the A S of E pooled tobacco of 1901 which was put up here last year was made today by the finance committee The purchaser is R E OFlynn of Owensboro and the is 550 for the grades on which 2 was advanced and 159 for the grades on which only 1 was advanced The amount sold is 35 hogsheads of about 1350 pounds each or a total of 452350 I pounds This sale is considered even more satisfactory than the recent sales of leaf This closes out all the tobacco that was pooled in Owens bolo last year Just a little Kodol after meals will relieve that fullness belching gas on stomach and 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 How to Clean White Furs This is the time of year when white furs begin to look bedraggled- To clean ermine or white fox is a simple process Dip a carefull clqan or new whisk broom in pure alcohol mad mop the fur well with it rewet ting often until the fur is soaked lave ready an abundance of powdered starch and with a flour dredger- or otherjpreforatcd box fill the wet hairs full of starch working it down ta the skin with your fingers When dry powder again and thickly and shut up in a box fortwodays Beit out the powder then in the open air with a whisk shake and toss the article until clear of starch and put up as you would pack away 0 her furs To clean white furs lay them on a table and rub well with bran made noiit with warm water Rub until quite dry afterwards using dry branIon with flannel and dry with a piece of book muslin Another method u to carefully rub dry plaster of paris into the fur with the hand until all the plaster which is ground like flour is shaken out Wipe over the fur with a clean white dry cloth r A J3TO3FL IBean teeThe Kind Yea dart Always Botfi 3ftutare Y IJlat The Parrot of Evil Reputation- The Kea parrot of New Zealand is- a very curious bird For many year ithas been charged with killing sheep by pecking holes in their sides and this alleged fact Jhas been recorded in many works on oinitholo gy and natural history Accordingly as the Kea is in danger of extermination ah investigation was recently undertaken to determinp whether this bird really deserved its evil reputation Np evidence could lJe found to warrant the statement und it was thought to be based en tircIy upon the curiosity which it iininifests in looking over the carcas esbfdead animals J d Iinanti has been inado under his sonal supervision since JlerIAllow no to deceive you in All Counterfeits Imitations and JustasgomI but Experiments that trine with anti endanger tho health of Infants anti Children Experience ngaiiist Experiment What is CASTORIA Cnstorla is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic fiubstnncc Its ago is guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation anti Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach nod Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS JBears the Signature of or The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THt CINTtUft COMPANY li MURKAt THItT NCW TORN CITY a OUR CLUBBING RATES TilE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125T- IE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 TILE REPUBLICAN and Twicoa Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 TILE REPUBLICAN and Twicoa Week Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN WINTER TERM Seg1ia January 2ndMany are preparing to enroll at that time Are you coming If why notOUR successDepends largely on how you answer this question Yon willifind no better time to begin and find no hotter school to attend OUR ENROLLMENTH- as increased 250 per centover that of last year THIS SPEAKS FOR ITSELF You have heard of new and wonderful sys tem of CHARTIERS ELECTRIC SHORTHAND the only sys tens that can be read like print and written with ease andspeed Only ten simple rules can be learned iri one days time The average student completes this course in twelve weeks time YOU WANT BOOKKEEPING we have the famous SsdlerRowe system of actual business practice The combined tours of Bookkeeping and Shorthand is a sure drawing card for your success Will we have the pleasure of seeing you or hearing from you- OWENSBORO I BUSINESS UNIVERSITY OwortHtooro Kentucky WaU nnIiti iftJlIwW Tlio different doten maenad 61 Wine llthcdir aereanbnnan Ajninteand in laaccurtt Arm Choose Ilrucr1misnli Gtt a STEVENS Forty rnrl 01Ioce1o Uhlnd out trltt u nee I IHFLK8 PISTOLS SHOTGUNS KlMo Telescopes Eta J inuwla Sot a- nI 1t4the teuloe dncrible Ilea caoool nIIIIIIIirorwallltntalalr- ndta ratrr AnmYlon 51 icI BcutiW thmolo Aluminum Inner Will la fo- rnrde4 rue 10 anti In um 10 J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO roli14 CilicoriE IALLS MASS US A Subscribe for THE HAUITORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per yeprin advance v A 1 It its one are its not our IF Low One WY RateIBig Four Route To CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON L OREGON IDAHO MONTANA UTAH and Intcrmcctlntc territory TIckotH on Halo Mch 1 to May IB For full information and particu larsas to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or ad dress the undersigned WAItliXJIANC a IftTACincinnati Ohio SJ DATES Ointrn Apcnt Lonlnrillt Kjr i i Hartford Republican lane 1 by the llafttnnl Inlillohlim Cotnpitnj iitconroRAVKii C r HUIrnFuorI l SSZiTSf SZOXTS23 Oumbcrlnd 31 3C1LCh 1rr2FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16 Examine the label on your pape if it is not correct notify us PACKERS like most other peopl have memories that arc better in some spots than others GOVER CLEVELAND wants the doctors to quit using big words How then would a young practitioner prove that he was a doctor f COUNT CASTELLANE 11e title French husband of Anna Gould admits that he has been indiscreet in his conduct Rather tame descrip tion of the 8000000 good time he has had SECRETARY TAFT thinks the Pana ma Canal zone should be widened i This is the first intimation that the Secretary found it difficult to get by on American soil when he visited t the zone THERE are about 2000 voters in the part of Ohio county proposed to be cut off to form a new county and 1400 of them have already signed l petition against being cut off People are becoming aroused over th t matter IT is reported that a contrivance for photographing thought has been discovered It would be interest ing to have a photograph of the av erage member of the present Ken tucky Legislature when an important bill was up for consideration LIEUT Gov THORNE in the course of his address at the Lincoln memor ial services held at Frankfort Mon day said that he was eighteen years old before he knew that damn Yankee was not one word which adds much to his qualification for the position which he now holds DISPATCHES from the East state that W J Bryans speech in China did more than anything else to cause the threatened uprising of the Chi nese against the United States Mr Bryan no doubt feels flattered that he has caused such commotion even though it be in the wrong direc tion ALL the leading speakers at the Lin coin memorial exercises held atFrank fort Monday urged that Lincoln and Davis statues be the ones to be placed in the Hall of Fame at the National Capital But there ares few two by four members of the Legislature who still persist in clam oring for Goebels statue as one TILE Hartford Herald says We dont want the Louisville Commercial Club to forget to send Finley and W S Taylor a special invitation to attend the homecoming of Kentuckians According to our way of looking at matters they are more entitled to come homeand be protected when they come than James Hargis and Ed Callahan are to stay at home unmolested and unharmed IT does make a difference with the set of hoodlums who are at Frankfort as the Kentucky Legisla ture whose ox is gored They have voted with striking unanimity that every Democrat member from Lou isville retain his seat when fraud of the most revolting type was clearly proven But when it came to a Republican member from Muhlen burg county the slightest suspicien that a clerk of election at a Repub lican precinct was drinking was suf ficient for them to vote to unseat the Republican elected and seat the defeated Democrat LAST week the Hartford Herald assumed the role of a sage whose pinnacle of fame cannot be reached by ordinary men and from its exalt ed station looked down upon common umanity and said There has never been any tan gible move to create anew coun ty and we have regarded the whole matter as a myth No bill has been introduced to cre ate a new county So far it is only a ghost of a question not worthy any trouble to oppose it Its understood that we dont pro information fit I Herald but we knew as did most every citizen in the county that at the time the Herald uttered the above statements a complet survey of the boundary of the proposed new county had been mad preparatory to introducing the bill providing for its formation And it transpired that ere the ink had hardly dried on the pen that inscribed them the bill was introduced in the House of Representatives in the same manner and under the same restrictions that all other bills tha become laws and that do not becom laws are introduced Hear the HerI aids own report of the tion of the bill and its half hearted offering in opposition to it A bill was introduced in the Kentucky House of Representa tives last Friday whose purpose is to create a new count to be known as Beckham county and to be made up of portions of Ohio Breckinridge Grayson and Butler counties True to our promise we are againstI it from the start Molders of public opinion did somebody say the newspapers are Well just refer again to the Herald public opinion molder True tour promise we are against it from the start It is so convincing am there are such excellent reason stated therein why the count should not be formed that no doubt all hopes of success on the part of its promoters is now aban doned But seriously what doe such puny half hearted jourualisn signify We can solve it in no othe way than that there was a disagree ment between the editors as to wha should be said and the office cub in terceded and wrote the editorial Oslo County Medical Society Organized Dr Dan M Griffith of Owensbon Councilor for the 2nd District met with the physicians of Hartford on Saturday February 3rd and or aniz1 ed the Ohio county Medical Society with the following physicians as charter members Dr E B Pendle ton Dr J W Taylor Dr E W Ford Dr A D Park Dr S J Wedding and Dr A F Stanley Dr E B Pendleton was choser President and Dr A F Stanley Secretary and Treasurer the other offices were left vacant to be filled at a future meeting The Charter members will give a dinner at the new Commercial Hate on February 21st to which every physician in the county is invited where matters pertaining to the good of the medical prefession will be discussed Resolutions of Respect Whereas By the workings of Di vine Providence we are called upon ti mourn the loss of our esteemed brother Ben Newton who departed this life January 22 1906 Therfore itResolved That we deplore the loss of our esteemed brother and cola borer in the cause of equity 2nd Be It Resolved That we tender our entire sympathy to his aged widow in this hour of sad bereavement 3rd Be It Resolved That we tender our entire sympathy to his whole amily consisting of two daughters md their children also to his two sisters and one brother 4th Resolved That a copy of these esolutions be spread upon the min ites of our local union Buford No I also a copy be sent to the widow of the deceased brother and a copy be sent to each of the county papers Be it further Resolved That we ware the badge of mourning 30 days Done by the Buford local of the A S of E in body capacity assembled February 1905 A T BELL W L STINNETT Com E L HA- RDYCatarrh Is a constitutional disease originatin in blood std requiring constitutional treatment through old purifying the blood for- its radical an permanent cure Be sure to tak- etaodsSarsaparilla Nasal and other local forms of catarrh are quickly relieved by Catarrlets which allay inflammation and deodorize discharge Hoods Sarsaparilla an druggists 1 Catarrlets mail order only 50 cts For testimonials of remarkable cures tend for our Book on Catarrh No 4 C L Hood Co Lowell MOltS 1 FEW REASONS IAOf the Many Why a New Count I Should not be Formed as Proposed 1 Because every man who is ac tive in support of the new county is a disappointed politician an attic I seeker or an unscrupulous adventure er 2 Because nine men out of evcryt ten in the proposed boundary are opposed to it i 3 Because the county seat will J be three miles from one boundur and thirtyfive miles form the other 4 Because the citizens of South East half of the county 1IeI no possible way of getting to county seat They will be fron i twenty to thirty five mile distant with no railroad and no dirt road and an inacessible hilly country in tervening 5 Because it has taken 100 year and cost 100000 to bridge Rough river and build roads from the part to be taken off of Ohio county to make it easy of access to Hartford 6 Because the part of Ohio county to be cut off is connected to Hartford by one railroad and 1111 other is in process of constructioi through Hartford to Fordsville 7 Because Fordsville the proposed county seat is located in a verj hilly country and it would require a century and an enormous expense to make it as accessible to all of the citizens of the new county as the are now to their respective count seats 8 Because it will inconvenence more than twice as many people as it will accommodate 9 Because it would compel thou rands of people to travel 25 to 30 miles over horrid dirt road to read the county seat who now live within 10 to 15 miles of the county seat 10 Because real estates in the proposed boundary has already de predated in value on acccunt of the agitation the citizens realizing the hopelesncss of an effort to ever pay the couuty out of debt 11 Because Ohio county with six hundred square miles is a itsI per county and is in debt 12 Because the assessment foi this year shows that the taxable property of the proposed new coun ty is less than one million clearly demonstrating the fact that there would nerve be any revenue for pub lie improvement 13 Because the new county could never be anything but a pauper rounty 14 Because a glance at the mar will show that a citizen living in the northern part of Ohio county would have to come through Fordsville to Ret to Hartford while a citizen living in the southern part of the pro posed county would be compelled to pass through Hartford to get to Fordsville 15 Because Ohio Breckenridge Gra son and Butler counties all have good public building and they are all in easy access of all of their citizens 16 Because it would impose a burden of debt on the citizen of the new county under which the seat grandsons of the present generation would stagger in hopeless despair and the only possible final solution of the ill advised enterprtse would be the disolution of the new ounty and the return of its consti tuent parts to the old counties 17 Because ties of interest and sentiment have closely united all of the citizens of Ohio county in a common brotherhood for more than a entury and it is inconceivable to the lawabiding citizen how a gang of wholly selfish adventures should je allowed to dismember the old ounty Trisler Local A S of E Trisler Ky Feb 12Editor REP- ULICAN As I have failed to see anything from this local in your paper and I have been appointod as one of its correspondents I thought I would write a few lines and see if it failed to get in the waste basket Shreve Local No 1 met at Pates rille Schoolhouse February 10th vith a good attendance everything novel off fine Shreve and Trisler Unions consoli thingsIhe transaction of business but now it is different we have a good and nthusiasic crowd every time we meet and that is every week once f f JJers1Tnke cold easily Throat Lungs weak Any relatives have consumption Then a cough means a gr- eatCherry Pectoraldeal to you Follow your doctors advice and take Ayers Cherry Pectoral It heals strengthens prevents onArerCher I kituw It preutly ttmictlirii weak Imio MsA llootneonblluo3lkLJP PIOO All lrIti It- M for Ismell Mit Weak Lungs Ayers Pills Increase tho activity o1 the and thus alt recovery u at Shreve and the next Trisler People act like they think we are somebody now 1 think we will carry the day and before another year rolls around every God loving and County lovingcitizens will be with us The first Saturday in March the District Union will meet with us at the Whittinghill school house and I hope that will stimulate us a little more Everybody invited to attend the District Union As this is my first attempt I guess I had better quit for this time REYNODL- SFebK The protracted meeting which has been in progress here con ducted by Elder G W Jeffers Utica closed Sunday night Ernest Haynes jEtnavillc and Miss Rebecca Helton Sugar Grove were quietly married at the home of the bride Wednesday Their many friends wish them a long and happy lifeMr T L Royal and family Jingo visited relatives and friends here this week Misses Ona and Daisy Westerfield Jingo were the guests of Miss Nona Royal Friday night Tarlton Crow of Sugar Grove visi ted his daughter Mrs J B Evans SaturdayJohn and wife visited re lative here this week William Ralph Ralph attended church Sunday Prof J S M Royal was the guest of his niece Mrs Nona Fuqua SaturdayRobert Bruner Hawesville visited friends and relatives here this week and attended the protracted meet ingMiss Bell Evans and Mr Reat Medcalf Clarks attended church here Sunday W D Pryor Sugar Grove was the guest of his uncle Prof J S M Royal Tuesday- R G Bruner Hawesville return ed home Tuesday after an extended visit here James Guy and wife Sugar Grove tare moved to the home of Mrs Suys parents Rev and Mrs C C DunnTim Carter and Miss Lula Rhodes were married at the home of the rooms brother Mr Richard Carter Wednesday night Rev C C Duun performing the ceremony Charles Midkiff Dundee visited I relatives here this week Nona Fuqua and wife are the proud parents of a fine baBy boy born Friday Dr BennettDeanfield attending physician We have effected new ar rangements whereby we can furnish The Republican and the Louisville Daily Herald meyearfor2tiOv61 SMALLHOUS Feb 13On Thursday February 8 Mr John Withrow was very agree blesusprised by a bountiful birthday dinner there were eigety pres presentIBertha Fulkerson Mrs Fannie BulI loc Mrs Orphelia Fulkerson Mrs D Buskill and Billie Withrow besides 17 grandchildren and 3 great I grandchildren Others present were I Vm Addington and wife Zack Reid I wife and daughters Mrs Ray Ad I lington and Miss Bulnh Reid Harry louk Mrs John C Igleheart Sam Vithrow wife and daughter Miss Lucy Ed Ball wife and little daugh tel Jske Barnard S W Bilbro I ilerman Addington and sisters I Misses Ida and Altha Addington 1 PLi Barnes vl Bro FURNITUREOne of the most essential elements that con t rib uto to the coin forts anti happiness of home is good attractive substantial Furnituru Good Heitenieo Dressers Chairs Hookers Mattresses Springs Sales Cupboards Folding Beds Folding Lounges unanything in the Furniture lino you need11o are acknowledged leaders in this line and woquoto some very low prices on these goods Wo show nothing but Furniture of intrinsic value Every Dresser is made of dependable oak every Glass is French bevel plate workmanship of every picco is positively guaranteed And it is your interest wo consider as well as our own If wo satisfy you you will satisfy us by your patronage Visit our Furniture department and see out line Beaver Dam Miss Annie Tichenor Misses Maude Gertie Bessie and Jessie Ball M P Ma dox wife and daughter Mist Orma Robert Hunter wife and daughter Miss Ethel Caz Mason wife and two children C T S Over ton and wife Alva Calloway wife and daughter Tom Godsey wife and children and Mit Kimbly AI though there were so many present there were several nice cakes pies chickens c that were not eaten All present enjoyed the occasion fine and none more so than Mr Withrow who was seventyfive years old that dayMiss Nannie Addington is the guest of her brother H P Adding ton and wife Greenville Alva Calloway went to Beda re centlyMr Alva Galloway has made and sold 420 pounds of butter since the 28th day of last April S T Hunter went to South Car rollton Thursday- C 0 Hunter and B L Taylor who havesecured a position with the Hartford Madisonville and Eastern railroad were in our midst Thursday night and Sunday Sam Morton went to Louisville last Tuesday to see his sister Mrs Ida Paxton who has typhoid fever John Fulkerson went to Central City Friday Miss Alice Fulkerson is the guest of her sister Mrs T L Withrow Central City- Several of our young people atten ded the party at Sam Smiths at Ceralvo Friday might Miss Altha Addington visited at Centertown from Friday until Sunday and attended protracted meet ing Mrs James Wjthrow was serious ly atnL perhaps fatally injuried from Jy c Ia fall Saturday afternoon She had been to the spring for a bucket of thejI across was uncon cious when found and taken to the house 0 NOCREEK Feb 15J P Foster went to Owensboro last week on business Mrs J P Foster and son Ellis I i were called to the bedside of her son Archy of Pleasant lull neigh I borhood He has typhoid fever reportedlastis no better Miss Nonnie Moseley of Pleasant Ridge was in our neighborhood this week looking after a school Mrs David Moreland who was reported as having la grippe last week is no better I Richard Dooley and family of Dundee are visiting Claud Ward and family this week Quite a number of Nocreek peo ple attended the funeral services of Mrs G W Snell at Alexandria FridayDavid Moreland W F Stevens Pendleton Ward J A Johnson and B S Chamberlin attended the stock holders meeting of the Equity to bacco house at Hartford last week Dudley Westerfield purchased Hayden Webbs fine buggy animal Tuesday Consideration 125 For Sale 69 acres one mile West of Pleasant Ridge on the Andersonville and isbottomthird cash balance 1 2 3 oJ 56years payments is desired I SAMUEL JAMES Jr I Owensboro Ky I t no C tt I Fairs TaU ft 1 To Workingmen I 4 We have secured the exclusive agency j vr S for the celebrated line of Carhartts Over i Itails Jackets and Work Pants They are Jj here ready now for your inspection Su jj 3 perior to any Work Pants in material U fi workmanship and wear U fiteed to give you sa tISfac tbtJ money refunded When in need of a pair tJj come direct to us Found only in our jj storeUfi fi UU fitOUR4 JX On Corduroy Pants Coats Comforts J- JJ Blankets Winter Clothing Etc continue IJ 41one week longer Good values found Jj every day in our 5c to IOc Basement 4 41 fi U 41 Remember the PlaceU Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16 Illinois Corttral RailroadTime Table I North Houiiil No119 due i 40ft ui I No lS2in1S30piu NoSpm Men11111nlllldxo m ii1o1 due 1411111- No Ml dmMS m 4 I iQIITIUETIIE HKIllHIIOAN will print irrr olmnrite Hmnirjr Nollrrw ObltnnrlrM Hwolnlioiw of 1111 rcl Irnlbn ixtrnl ol 150 word Allover llml nrnonnl He rherke lorni Ilir rntrnllr Iirr word rnh In ndvnre ArI In rxeee oI 1110 wordM will bit cut town lo regnlrrl11m11 nnlmo monryUnent will lUHnnnrrlpl Po Iry lo A word in erJ Inmnm1 Boneless cod fish at City Restau rant New line Belts fancy Neckwear at Fairs Highest cash prices paid for furs by Sam Bachs 4Fresh Oysters fish and celery at Plenty of Tobacco Canvass at Fairs Prices right MrLA Sandefur Rob Roy called to see us Monday New line of Spring Dress Goods at Fairs Call and see them i Mr T H Benton Centertown was a pleasant caller Monday Those oyster stews at City Restaurant are so good Try one 1 t Thirtysixinch guaranteed Black Taffetta Silk l per yard at Fairs o 1 loJ i Mr 0 E Allen Smallhous was a pleasant caller Tuesday Mr J T Davis Sunnydale called to see us while in town Monday Highest market price paid in cash for furs at U S Carsons grocery Those steak meals at City Restaurant cant be beat Something fine Rev L W Tichenor Matanzas called to see us while in town Mon day Bring your furs to Sam Bach and get the highest market price for themJust received splendid values in 5e Ginghams at Long Cos Economy storeBefore buying get Fairs prices on Embroideries Laces Bleached Muslin etc If you want a bargain in an Over coat or a Suit of Clothes come to Carson Co Mr E P Barnard of the Beaver Dam neighborhood made us a pleas ant call Tuesday Dont fail to see our India Linens on sale now Big values at Long Cos Economy Store Bring us your Eggs Feathers Chickens Potatoes and country cured Bacon CARSON Co New line of Shirting Percales Bestquality beautiful patterns lOc at Long Cos Economy StoreIThe Republican 100 a isville Daily Hearald 200 in advance gets both papers I Fairs New White GoodsIndia Linens Ginghams and Percals for early spring wearare ready for- your inspection t i Mr Steve Bennett Bcda called to see us Wednesday Mrs C W Griffin is the guest of relatives in dwensboro Mr James Chancellor Centertown called to see us Monday Mr D B Rhoades Beaver Dam called to see us Monday Rev R A Bennett Nocreek was ix pleasant caller Wednesday Mr Lawrence Daniel Narrows was a pleasant caller yesterday J N Myers Olaton was a pleas ant caller while in town Tuesday Nicest line of fruits candies and cakes in Hartford at City Restau rant FOR SALEA good work horse apply to A K ANDERSONHartford If you need a bale of hay or a bushel of Corn leave your order with Carson Co Mr and Mrs Sam Wilson Fords ville are the guest of Judge John B Wilson and family Messrs J H Every and W H Morris Ceralvo called to see us while in town Tuesday For Scholarship in the Massey Business college of Louisville call at TILE REPUBLICAN office Ask to see our new Val Laces Match Sets Excellent values at Long Cos Economy Store Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilcrs grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf Mrs A D Buskill who has for sometime been under medical treat ment at Nortons Infirmary at Louis ville is greatly improved Black Birkhead have leased A C Taylors undertaking business and can supply anything in that line Call on them at Taylors stand Why not take advantage of our low prices on Embroidery and White Goods and insertion sale to continue until Feb 131 CARSON Co- 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 Mr Sam Barnett of Hartford has a full blood Jersey calf 13 months and 27 days old which Monday dropped a calf which is yet living and bids fair to make a valuable milch cowWANTEDMen in each State tq travel post signs advertise and leave samples of our goods Salary 7600 per month 300 per day for expen ses KUHLMAN Co Dept S Atlas Block 27t12 Chicago Ill Rev J R McAfee of Marion Ky and Rev J A Lewis are conducting a protracted meeting at the meth odis church here Rev McAfee is doing the greater part of thepreach ing and is delivering some excellent sermons The pest house which was ordered constructed on the county farm by the recent session of fiscal court has been completed and the little color ed girl who has had the smallpox at the servants house nearMr H P Taylors for the past two weeks was transferred to it Wednesday Have you fire insur ance policy issued by New York or Philadelphia Underwriters Co E Smith Soliting Agent Hartford Ky The case of the H M Ev R R Co against S K Cox was completed in County Court Tuesday andre suIted in a verdict of 900 in favor of Cox The jury that tried the cdse was composed of the following gen tlemen B F Cooper Luther Leach L A Sanderfur T C Taylor Black Leach and J A Ralph all of whom live in the Cromwell country Ithas been the general opinion that the case would be appealed but this has not fully been decided upon Carrier H F Lowe made his in nitial trip over Hartford rural mail route No 2 yesterday See our 125 value in yardwidi Black TafTetta Silk for only 1 at Long Cos Economy Store Seven school boys are going to the Mammoth Cave next fall at the ex pense of The Republican Marvin Black of the East Hartford neighborhood a student at Kentucky State College was awarded the first prize a gold fountain pen for out spelling his competitors at a spelling bee held a few days ago in the chapel at State College A meeting will be held at the court house in Hartford next Satur day night for the purpose of organ izing a union of the Federation of Labor All laboring men are invit to be present Hon 11 L Hearin andothers will speak Mrs George Snell died at her home three miles West of Hartford MonI afternoon after a brief illenss of pneumonia After funeral services conducted by Rev G J Bean her remains were intered in the Alexan dria Cemetery Tuesday afternoon j The wild rush across a neighbors premises of a prominent attorney of Hartford while returning from his I noon luncheon Wednesday to avoid passing a wagon on the street in which the little negro who has the smallpox was being conveyed to the I pest house was viewed with much amusement by the citizens of North Hartford One of the most remarkable fam ilies in some particulars that has been noted is the Johnson family living in the Nocreek neighborhood W M and Rachel Johnson are the father and mother of eight children the youngest 24 years of age and have never had a death or very serious sickness in the family There are seven sons and they all live in Beda and Heflin precincts and together with the father vote the Republican ticket and the only daugh ters husband is also a Republican Mardi Gras New Orleans La Tickets on sale February 2126 inclusive returning leave New Orleans March 3 1906 Rate 1825 round trip S B VANMEtER Agt RENDER Feb 13Wm Laffoon was hi Rockport last Wednesday Isaac Bennett Beda was here last Wednesday H H Smith Louisville was here last Wednesday Tom Peach Rosine was here last Thursday Jno11 Carter was in Beaver Dam last Thursday Messrs Simon Jones and Jno S Spence were in Central City on legal business last Thurday Miss Lucye James took charge of the post office on the 1st inst G B Roll returned from Cleaton and Central City last Friday after a few days visit Hugh Roach and B F Garrett of Taylor Mines were here last Friday Prof V M Moseley was in Horse branch last Saturday Messrs L E Herrel and Cleve Maddox were in Hartford last Satur day Mesdames T 0 and F 0 Baker were in Beaver Dam last Saturday Mr and Mrs Scott Smith went to Hawesville last Sunday Messrs E H Massie and Ed Moss barger Louisville were here yesterday Mr and Mrs E H Gwyn left yesterday for Herrin III to make it their future home Mr Gwyn resigned his position here as mine foreman Ed Barress Sr Taylor Mines superseded him We wish Mr Gwyn much success whatever he undertakes to do in the future as he is a competent man Messrs Sam Jones and S S Hoover Louisville were here today Miss Cassie Roll is visiting in Cen tral City Simon Stephens is in Louisville spending the week Jno Hines is on the sick list WF Carter Island is visiting here BEDA Feb RevWillamsLivermore filled his regular appintment at the- M E church Sunday Z Wayne Ellis and wife of near IlIartfordjspent Saturday and Sun and family I Miss Clara Bennett Heflin visited relatives here last week I HarlenTichenor of near Hart f e14 u I Making RoomVo must make room for our enormous spring stock whichwill nrivo in large quantities next month Take Advantage Of Our special offer for February We must reduce our stock before the spring season sets in We will givo reductions on all goods Overcoats at Cost Wo have a fair assortment of Overcoats in Belted or Plain style We will sell them at cost price DoubleBreasted SingleBreasted Suits- A good selection of choice Snits for men in neat and stylish patterns Will do for winter and spring A chance for you to save money We have received a new line of Shoes for Men and Women of the latest styles Patent Leather Vici and Box Calf Shoes Sam Bach Hartford Ky 0 He dquarters for Men and Boys t BANK ++ott++++++++++ +4 +++oCOH++ ti OF HARTFORD iINCORPOI ATED 18B i Capital Stock t L 4000000Surplus 12 OOOOO i Stockholders Addil Liability 4OOOOOO- t Securety to Depositors 9200000+ tJ W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier JW FORDR0 H P T MOOREDlrectorsCTHOMASJAOJNO i4+ JuI + ++ + ++ +++r+ F04++ ++ ++ +++ +++++++ II ++ 1 ford was in our town Sunday after noonMiss Edith Carson Hartford spent I Sunday with her cousin Miss Mary I I ParksProf I A E Ellis left Monday for Utica Daviess county where he will take charge of the graded school I reaItivesW C Bennett who has been ill of la grippe is able to be out again Mrs Ambrose Milleris thought to be improving slowly W G Bennett and daughter spent Monday with Ambrose Miller and familySeveral from Nocreek attended service at the M E church Sunday Albert Parks Owensboro moved to Hartford Tuesday Shadrack Greer is spending the week with his parents Mr and Mrs B T GreerIOtis Carson who has been visiting relatives in California Colorado and Texas for several months returned home Wednesday Rev Calvert N creek visited friends here Monday SULPHURSPRINGS Feb 13RevJ T Baker filled his appointment at Dundee Saturday tl and Sunday The tackey party given by Mr and Mrs Cate Foreman Saturday night was greatly enjoyed by all who attended Jim Hunt and Mrs Ruth Bean won the prize for being the tackiestMiss Minnie and Maggie Wedding have returned home after an extend ed visit with their aunt Mrs Annie Graham Narrows Miss Annie Mitchell visited her brother Elis Mitchell Dundee Sat urday and Sunday Miss Cliffie Acton has entered school at Mt St Joseph Academy Daviess county r F SHE CLEARED THE FIELD Widows Daughter Whose Mothers Matrimonial Inclinations Are In the Way Uses Ruse It was evident that the hand some widows pretty daughter meant business when she entered the ofllce of the old bachelor She walked straight up to his desk and said in a businesslike way that she wanted a few minutes private conversation with him says Judge With pleasure he replied get ting up closing the door and offer ing her a chair What is the na ture of YOl1r business V Iishe returned with the businesslike air that the girl of today seems to have acquired with the rest of her education to come right down to facts Ive no ticed you hanging around the house a good deal lately The old bachelor was startle- d1why1 0 1 suppose you think its none of my business she interrupted but theres where you make your mistake 1 didnt spend three years in a boarding school for nothing 1 know what I am about and I know if I am going to get married now is the time But I never had thought of Getting me put in the pretty daughter finishing his sentence Well I should hope not If I couldnt do better than that at my age 1 wouldnt be trying to hurry things along Youre after my mother that is youre after her in an easygoing halfhearted sort of way but you seem to forget that by hanging off this way you are hurting my chances Why 1 dout see Thats because youre a bach elor Shes just young enough and handsome enough as widows go not to give me any kind of a chance as long as shes in the field She appropriates everybody to herself and I have to sit in the background and do nothing while valuable time is skipping away Now if you want her go and get her and take her away and if you dont say so and stand aside It isnt fair to me to tie things up this way and I dont propose to stand it You cnn either put on your hat now and go up and see her or declare yourself out of the running for Im going to make a chance for myself in the matri monial market even if I have to kidnap her and marry her oil by forceThe bachelor put on his hat and went out If he could do a good turn for the widow the daughter and himself nil at one time he felt that he ought not to delay action And he didnt JUST HOW BAD DENNIS IS He Would Wake a Man Up During Night to Advise Him How to Get More Sleep They were riding down town on an early morning car and occur pied the back platform with their picks shovels and tobacco smoke They pulled at the regulation short temm11 black pipes and they were unmistakably Hiberni ans One of them was short weazenfaced and grizzly the other was large and rotund with reddish hair covering his arms and throat Oi nivver did like Pinnis squeaked the little man above the thiimpetythiimp the hit wheel Hes no good grunted the big one in assent hUl taaalks too much con tinued the other waving his pipe IIedocpmmented the brawny oneHe talks nil the tine NodAn its always givin yez advice he ism More nods lie gives yez advice advice advice all time time continued the short man warming to his work ti hlln IMJ dont uivver stop Why he said impressively tapping the lionbmiddle of the night to tell yez how to git moreshlnpc And he puffed his pipe again re llcctively while the car whizzed onward t About the Limit Is he am forgetful an ever1 J1for no He lias to look him up in tin directory every night Lifort hi dues home from busi 1 Hess Forgets his address Stray StoriesIWonderful 1ashawnyDo you love that girl as much as you think you do CIcverton Why old man I love her almost as much as she thinks I doLle PARLOR MAID GOT EVEN Married the Man Who Would Insult Her and Thus Gave Him Ample Punishment Weve just lost our parlor maid said a business urn to the New York 0 lobe She was a very bright Irish girl with brilliant red hair and the quirk temper that frequently accompanies it Shi was keeping company she told my wife with a young fellow who hail a job as guide on one of the lite rubberneck autos ills vehicle passed our house a dozen times a day cud Katie would usually beat the window where she could see him go by and hear his voice as lie described the beauties of the park through his megaphone One day Katie failed to run to the front window as usual Sly wife noticed it and asked what was the smatter The girl said the engagement wits all oil because she had commie to the conclusion the young mans job was not of a kind to giver enough social position if she married him He sides she confided he was telling her about the pVetty girls he talked to every day and that made lice so mad she told him shed hey er have anythingmuoce to do with him as long as she lived A day or two utter her confes sion Katie quiteaccidentnlly wu at the open window when her for mer sweethearts auto went by IIe caught sight of her timid turn ing his megaphone so she could hear every word he called out Ladies and gentlemen th brown stone house on your left is the home of Pcrdval Van Astor th famous millionaire an th young lady with auburn hair shak ing a dust cloth out of the third story window is Miss Kathleen OConnor fiance of tin look of IJilgewater whose pickchers yous often see in th society papers My wife found Katie in an aw ful rage and haul somedinicultyin convincing her that the mega phone mans sarcastic refercnco to her social aspirations was not It deadly insult Katie brooded over it a long time but last week she got even wit the follow How asked the listener She married him was the reply Now my wife is looking for a new parlor maid ELEPHANT INVADES A CAFE Paris Show Animal Created Panic in Billiard Room of High Class Eating HouseI He did not call for coffee but rafter haying stalked through the i big saloon of the Paris establish uncut he made his way to the bil liardroom where a brisk game had been going on onlyto find it empty This strange customer I had indeed created a lively panic in the cafe and no wonder as he had not effectid an entrance I through the usual door but hid preferred to work a breach in the slight glass facade and then when he was well inside the place ho had overturned chairs said tar bles in profusion to the error ofI the assembled company which had bolted through one outlet or an other Time hero of this ext aor I dinary adventure was nothing less than an elephant which had been taken to a French county town by a group of artists and figured nightly on the stage On that par titular day the animal had turned I restive and had declined to ap pear in the performance preferring a stroll through the streets toIsand after getting clear away de- spite all efiorts to detain him had sauntered majestically in the di rection of a neighboring cafe into which as hits bees seen he hlltllf JaI ceeded in persuading him by dint of presents of good things in which he delighted to follow him back to his quarters and having triumphed as he evidently consid lId the elephant was graciously i pleased to make his appearance on the stage d r WORE ROSES IN HIS HAIR Eccentricities of Late Lord Dudley Always Source of Talk to Society Among the aristocratic ec tllIIlIltIpresent Viceroy of Ireland time hitf Lord Dudley It wins known that he made Ita practice always to sleep between black satin sheets but what at traded oven more talk was the single crimson rose ho in variably wore to the opera tucked behind his left eat rays the New York Sun- Indeed the earls ears or rather lllllIIllIl skid an injured husband laud sheared tWill oil as a penalty for the gay noblemans frivolity while the earl himself used to toll entertaining stories of a romantic en counter with bandits in the orient Whatever the truth may han been ht made it a practice to wear his hair long sued richly curled and on festive occasions loved to lei orate his llowing lodes wjtl lowers One thing is certain time laic Lord Dudley could never bo pro railed upon to answer a letter When leis arrived of a morn lIelIl1iOllall1Ollllld rest of his mail in curious outof the svay places None of his secretaries cobra over prevail upon him to allow his correspondence to he handled in the ordinary way and it may In imagined what confusion reigned in consequence of these monkey ish tricks As for the wretched trustees of the estate who wore comiiellcd to examine his affairs after his death they were driven half demented by time tangle in which they found things For instance in a vase at Him hy hall Staffordshire one of the Dudley country seats they discov ered a check for 1001 in n letter the seal of which had never been brokenThe ClltI wrote front Australia in grateful terns thanking the earl for his generous lone which wits then and there returned in full with interest- Phis particular missive hind beers lyingat time mall for no loss t linn Id rears acculIIu III t i ng dill and when it was oxhumed both of tIlt grin pills in the transaction werodoad and buried Something for Nothing The bachelor pays his money to go and hoar lectures tho married man gets his at homo for nothing and yot some people cant see tin advantage of matrimony Uncle Sam Boss Yntchsmnn America IIIW holds the three big yachting troplmies of time world the Americas nip the Seawan haka cup for small bunts and the Canada cullThe Merely Rich There is a superstition in this- country that there is distinction in being rich But a board of tax revision has just discovered that Char wasIcted small attention left an estate worth 180000000 Charles Lockhart Charles Lock hart Who was Charles Lockhart And yet 180000000 is a lot of mer ney If there were distinction in mere wealth the name of Lockhart would be famous instead of un known One hundred and eighty million is eighteen times the wealth of Stephen Girard when he was the America- Croesus in 1831 It is six times as much as wes left by the original Astor in 1848 It is just equal to the sum William H Vanderbilt left when he died the richest man in the country and one of the very richest in the world manIof tax revision glass to discover his little estate of 180000000And foolish suppose that wealth gives distinction popularInovel has a thousand times more distinction than this Lockhart A good artist or a successful scien basks in the sunshine ni fame while this man with mere wetl is in the t 2 tt shadows or obscurity In these days the man who can do nothing but make money though lie makes it in the hundred of a millions is a nobody Made 100000 In Tips Patrons of the Astor House res taurant mind lunch counters were stunned yeterday by n rumor that Charley Miller reputed to be the richest waiter in the United States hud announced his intention of retir ing to the uninterrupted enjoyment of his ample estate on the Park Slope Brooklyn Miller denied any Intention of quit ting but his friends said he hind told them that as soon as ho hac reached his thirtieth anniversary in restaurantnext September he would quitMiller is the best known waiter in lower New York He is creditor with a remarkable memory for faces If a man once gives him an order for a sandwich he remembers ever after that mans exact preference He can hand out sandwiches to suit everybodyAlthough worth 100000 Miller works contendly for 30a month plus tips He has been putting in 10 hours a day over since Ism With his tips he has bought Brooklyn flats and is sending a nephew to college There are two other rich waiters in the Astor House rotunda Henry Briggs at the oyster counter and Mowen at the roast beef counter Briggs is said to be worth 60000 Each averages 5 n lily in tips Whipped his Teacher Boomington Ind Feb 9 This afternoon Miss Emma Davis a teacher in the Smitnville school was correcting a fourteenyearold boy named Willie Sisco when he attack edherShe was knocked down andchoked until the larger pupils came to the teachers assistance She was tak n home and is now in a seriour condi tionMiss Davis is about twentyfive years old and is of a well known family Language of the Eyes melancholy temperamentand blue eyes are a conjunction scarcely ever to be met with Eyes wlty long sharp corners indi cate the possession of gi cat discern ment and penetration Upturned eyes are typical of devotion and wideopen orbs tell us that their owner is of a rash dispo sitionGray eyes which turn green with anger or excitment shows that their possessor has a choleric tempera mentNever trust a person who looks at you out of the side of his eyes Of course habitually is meant here and not once in a whileJThe whites eyes be neath the iris denotes cool delibera tion while those in which the upper lid passes harizontally across time pu pilof decided mental activity Perhaps the most beautifulcolor s for eyes is violet a tint seen fairly childrenIhave more than theirshard of this especial beauty LEFT OVER FROM IAST WEEK WALTON CREEK Feb 600 Williams and Gil bert Jackson made a flying trip tl Hartford last Sunday Jake Jackson is visiting in Marsha county this week Misses Mattie and Efiie Stevens returned to their hope in East Hurt ford after a weeks to friend and relatives at this place Born to the wife of Clarence Tic nor a fine 10 pound boy Clarence is all smiles Miss Ella Bennett Hartford visit ed Misses Golda and Edna Ashby i weeknSciota Mocker ahd family visifedjt Providence last Saturday and Sun dayMisses Olive Carson and IvaTayloi Hartford are visiting in this com munitySeveral from this place and Cen tertown attended the exhibition al Rough River last Thursday night all i report a nice time SURE CURE i For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS neat Cotih Synr Trtss Cord Uia In time SlJ by drugeiU ANNOUNCEMENTS- ILLINOIS GENTRJIL 111Re The Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service opcaates time best of trains swith Dining Cats Chair Cats liuflet = Library Caw and Sleeping Cars from Chicago St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville South to New Orleans The best road for reaching theTourist resorts of the South including New Orleans Vicksburg Gulf ort Miss Hammond La Mardi Grass at New Orleans Feb 27 won Gulfporl is a Mexico Gulf i Cost resort having the new fine Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Central America I Panama West Indies and Europe Send or 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little lonvrarold daugh ter of Mrs roriicllus Yandorbllt who was In a box at the tutu tluee last week with several tots of her own ago won a whllo until frock with a yoke of vat laco A deep bertha rIll over tho shoulders and In front graduated to a V ending at the waist The full sloovos reached Just below the elbow with n band of vat laeo and till full shirt was plain with a four loch hem White kid shoos filth a while double breasted cloth coat with n white fox collar completed this superb little tol RWAoncn IUIHV BIIIINO MODEL GIRLS I COAT j let which was capped by a whltu brimmed hut with tips and a lung plunio This French style of dress Is to reign luiprcmo for girls from Alx to twelve mid berthas adorn the gowns of girls of I nil ages Valenciennes lava and eyelet IIlIraI sarily expensive to he fashionable rite most elaborate dross or coat may be made by her mother In much less time than of yore It can be purchased ready made for almost thin price of the goods A dress for n girl of twelve of lawn and made llko this one Just de scribed also trimmed with lace 1111I1lJI bought for less than 1 Another little dark eyed beauty wore n double breasted coot of lightweight kersey In the new simile of coral adorn ed with velvet buttons There was n shoulder cape and the neck wits finish ed with n tint velvet collar trimmed with Persian braid Another seen on n dainty little mlsi walking on Fifth avenue was of Kng llsh plaid mixture In box style prettily collarjthese little coats fall four incites above tlrIMI to know that Itussliui blouses READ THIS Hopkinsville Ky June 7 1901 This is to certify that I was troub led with kidney and bladder diseases nothingiWonder Halls Great Discovery which has given me positive relief and I think n permanent cure JAS M HIPKINS A TEXAS WONDER I i One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid I ney and bladder toubles remove gravel cures diabetes seminal emir sion weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of 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thou formerly and gluts lirendth to the shoulders rather tliMii the sloping effect of last year When the shoes with Hat fashlonnhln points took thepliuo of the good old I round mid square toes we believed fashion had reached her limitations hut not so Shoes of colored kid art hero In French KIIIJ calfskin In differ Hiit shiidex oC olive red orchid and iwrnl Kor receptions the shoes must match tlm gown and colors are to he worn with while dresses or to match for the street tilt will ho worn to the exclusion of suede as alsn canvas shoes which nre rashly cleaned Our rndrrs may hove any cjurstlon ronrrrnR fnnliloii or fabrics answered by Item nrvvrnnx the fnxhlnn expert hy nddrs vtc Hone I verAUX P O Box r09- ladlenh rtunre New York Inclosing stamp for r plyl In Self Defense Major Hainm editor and manager of the Constitutionalist Eminence Ky when he was fiercely attacked four years ago by Piles bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve of which he says It cured me in ten days and no trouble since Quickest healer of Biirnes Soros Cuts and wounds 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore The Ration for Young Pigs There is ne better grain ration for young growing pigs wheat middling The pigs like it and it contains food nutrients in just the right theI portion to give the most results says a correspondent in Mich attemliptdlings then there ought to be a lit tle skimmill to mix with the mid dlings tobalance upthe corn ra ton Middlings contaings a nutri tive ratio of one to four which is just right for the young growing pigs i Corn contains too large a per cent carbohydrates hence the ra tion when you add corn is made a lit tie too wide for the most enconomi cal feeding If one has skimmilk to add it makes a perfect ration and youngpigs that wont do well on skimmilk wheat middling andcorn arent worth feeding If the feeder has no skimmilk to feed the pigs bnt has plenty tf corn aud corn meal or pound barley then I would suggest that he mix a little oil meal with the wheat middlings not enough to make it very sticky and feed this as a rather thick slop Do not give young pigs too much water If a slop is made then in order to get ail the nourishment they are compelled to eat too much water Then feed some ear corn to help balance up the oil meal Blood meal or tankage which is much richer in protein than oil meal can be substituted for it and will help balance up the ration very nicely Oats are pot a good feed for young pigs even when groundThe hull will not be eaten and is practically wasted and pigs do not like them All oldtime CoughSyrups bind the bowels Thisis 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 time It expels all cold from the system It clears the throat streng thens the mucous membrane relieves coughs colds croup and whoop ing cough etc Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro- Revival of Floating Gardens The teachers of agriculture in Russia have revived the floating gar dens of past ages but instead of being a means for the lavish expenditure of money the object is one ot utility entirely These tetchersfJ werQ impressed with the mot prosperous farms y a ong water courses A they resolved toex pet Iment with large floating gardens I whIchshould be laid out on barges of great width This was accord ingly done and as soon as the ice melted these experiment stations drifted down the stream to warmer i climates where the seeds sprouted I and the grain grew and ripened I stopsIr STRONG Again what Mrs Lucy Stovall Tilton Qtu said after taking DyspepsiaCure I ofothervrtak women being perfectImay well you will take It- Indlgeitloncauiei nearly sickness that women have deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs digest and assimilate of the whole some food that may be eaten nourishes the body and 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the stores that buy anti sell on a credit 11II1I1sIThe Intelligent woman who Is paying out her cash knows that a cash business will give her thin best possible re turns Women realize the time and money wasted In collecting accounts tho great number of clerks and the multifarious expenses of a credit system Thty1notv thrg emu get the brat results at a store lehleh not only buys mid tells more than gag other but buys and sells tnrytMng for reap that relies for Its prosperity upon the fact that It gives Its custom erg all the economical benefit of a cash system It II Macy Company refuse all credit accounts absolutely There Is no man In America rich enough to buy one dollars worth of goods on credit there not even n member of the firm There 1s no man whose purchases however great can secure for him one cent of discount or commission on the price paid by the smallest customer It II Macy Company appreciate the Importance of modern American merchandising To protect the custom eve Interests is the object of It II Maey Company first last aunt con stantly Tho value of knowledge Is the use to which It Is put You know you can buy everything more economically In New York Do you do It1 Do you save tho money you know you can saver Our COO page Spring and Summer cata logue an encyclopedia of New York fash Ion and household supplies will bo ready In March Sent frre on request Write for It now Make use of the low prices and save money Address Room 201 R H MACY a CO BROADWAY NEW YORK bells are rung to announce its arri vals and the people flock on board led by the Mayor The beds contain vegetable and grain are inspected and the teachers explain how the various plants are grown During the talk many questions are asked by the peasants which the teacher endeavors to answer clearly If the peasants have no seed with which to experiment it is freely supplied to them Russian eductors are highly pleased with the experiment station and have decided that it is the most effective method yet discovered for popularizing intelligent farming I among the peasants f ICun1beland I TELEPHONEI 1 hires nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place ol business My business bar Increased and my wifes voice ts never heard to grumble about the Tele Your for good service and gentlemanly competition J K PArR Mgr O 3toCounty Circuit CoartTR nitkhend Jadne Dn D lln oAttorn r Oscar MMkltf Jailer Ed 0 llnrrnm Clerk Frank L Felix Mailer Com mlatloner Y L Moecley Truitee Jury Fund II nJlnrtln Hhfrlff lint Nord Deputy SheriffS A Jlrntiher L P Crowdrr EII Megan Jo 11 Robert JtrCoartronTentaBnt Monday In March arid August and continue three weckennd third Monday In May stud Noreuiber two week County Court W II Taylor Judge VfB TlnlfyaerkjKMWoodnard Attorney Hart lord Yd Court convene lint Monday In each monthQuarterly Court Brglne on the third Monday la Jnnnary April JulYllnJOctober Court ot Claims Conrenea Drat Monday In Jan uaryTueeday alter 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and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Her A D Qordner pouter C 1 Church Services Bret Sunday la each month at 11 nm and 7 pm Her J D Darned pastor School Trustees Hartford CMCtove J S Glenn Dudley Ford D E Thomas DrE H PendletonCltyCouucllJ II Williams Mayor C1r Crowe CIvrk It E L Sltninerman Dr E B tendletoa AUWhite Wm Fair Wm Dean Dr J W TeylorCrert Soclatl A O U W meet first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 818 Ft AMasoniflra Monday night In each month Hartford Tent No 09 Knights of the Macao bees Tery Thursday night Rough Hirer Lodge No 110 Knights ot Fythla meets every Tuesday night IrtMon Morton Pont No 4 0 AlI hold rig near meetings Saturday beforeflntSunday sack month Southern Raiway Shortest and Fastest Lines a JlOIo- Lexington and Louisville I l0- TUr HIs ll11o Wegi- Two trains daily as follows Leave Lexington 610 a m Lou isville 900 a m arrive at St Louis 612 p m Carrying vestibuled coaches and CafeObservation Par lor 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Yet some of the cheapest made powders are sold to consumers at the highest price Housekeepers shouldstop and think Is it not better to buy the Royal and take nochances the powder whose goodness and honesty are never questioned Is it economy to spoil your digestion by an alumphosphate cr ether adultered powder to save a few pennies jROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Hartford Republican I FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16II 5 THE LATEST NEWS j i Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems The bill appropriating 35000 for Kent two dissenting votes i Senator Jack Chinn enters an em phatic denial of the story printed in i Eastern papers to the effect that he played poker with Buffalo Bill and an unnamed army officer I r I Some logs a door shutter and I clapboards from the cabin where Lincoln was born have been pur ceased and will be used in restoring the early house of the martyred president Plans are being made by the Lou isville Commercial Club to beautify Louisvillle by planting vines flowers and shrubbery in vacant lots and un I used portions of factory sites Al leys also will be decorated Representative Hopkins of Ken tucky Monday introduced in the I House an immigration bill which he believes would bar thousands of unI desirable foreigners seeking admis sion into the United States w Dollie Dandridge colored of Lex ington who officiated in the culinary department of tne White House un der the Cleveland administration has forwarded to Washington ape can cake as a wedding gift to Miss Alice Roosevelt After an exciting debate in the House of the General Assembly during which election conditions in I Louisville where bitterly asailed by Representative Zeb A Stewart of I Calloway county and as vigorously DrewrylRepesentative Muhlcnburg county was unseated Democratjwas Court ChatWho wants to boa camel anyway Everybody works but lob Walker Speaking of the new county we would be getting rid of Esq Evans Not bad not at all bad Serious complications seems likely to arise as a result of the M H I E R R Co vs Capt Cox tried i this week R E Lee Simmerman I tr argued the case for the railroad and in so doing seems to have violated is great majority of the statutes in such cases made and provided There seems to be no doubt but that he wrongfully took and appropriated to his own use whether with felo nies intent or not is yet to be seen one speech the property of Judge Wedding and which was then and for many years prior threto in the peacable possesion of said Wedding without said Weddings consent thereto and as is intimated Avith the felonious intent to permanently de prive the owner of his property rights therein We were a witness to the I theft with many others we recog nized the same wide canopy of heaven and high heavens that Judge Wedding first brought into public notice Prosecution seems certain to result but whether for Grandor Petit Larceny depends on Mr Ringo the Commonwealths At torney it R T Collins may he never grow older but have birthday twice a yearNow that the pest house has been completed why do the town and county authorities still permit Ernest Birkhead to run at large- CENTERTOWN Feb 14A glorious rrotracted meeting is in progress at the M E church Rev McConnell conducting workMrs T Roark and daughter Bertie went to Hartford Wednesday on business J S Swain and wife were in Hartford Tuesday to have dental work done Clyde Roark is in Fordsville this week on some very important busi nessMrs Rollie Bishop of Fairest visited the family of Eden Bishop last SundayMiss Edna Miller Paradise is here visiting her aunt Mrs S W RoweJ St Clair went to Saturday returning home MondayI Miss Bettie Ward Nocreek is here visiting her uncle J B Ward j Miss Eulah Tilford Matanzas is here this week the guest t Miss Bertie Condit Claud Chapman came down from McHenry Monday night to attend church service I Dave Luck and wife Matanzas visited friends here Sunday- S M James and Henry JamesI Matanzas were pleasant in our town Sunday and Monday Prof G W White Ceralvo was SChOOljworkJ W has moved to his farm recently purchased of Robert Pate I Robt Pate has moved to the John s Tanner farm east of town Mr Early and wife have taken rooms in the Ashby property on Walnut St- Misses Eula May and Altha Ad dington of Smallhous were visit ors at Mr T F Balls this week- J B Igleheart Fairest was here this week on legal business Jesse Mosley and Monroe Baldwin of Beaver Dam were the guests off H H Davis and family last Sun dayMr Forest Beck McHenry was a pleasant visitor Sunday to the family of JW St Clair Mant Rowe has moved into the L C Brown property on S Church street ow CANE RUN Feb 15Rufus Boyd went to Olaton yesterday on business Miss Maymee Crowder Central City is the guest of her sister Mrs C A Wilson Estill Jamison of Indiana is visit ing relatives in this community- J G Wilson went to Leitchfield last week F T Wilson returned to Arkansas last Tuesday Elder J F Baker of Sulphur Springs filled his regular appoint ment at Salem Sunday Mrs Ollie Jamison and children are visiting her parents Mr and i Mrs Wess Raleyat this writing Charlie Pierce died at the home j John Awtry last Saturday He had consumption but he was able to lx up all the time He had shaved aril steppedout on the porch and tOil k a hemorrhage of the lungs and strangled to death His remain were laid to rest m the Salem bury ing ground Sunday License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk W S Tinsley since our last issue F L Champman Beaver Dun age 18 to Minnie Richardson HT ton age21 Chester B L onsOlatlI1I age 21 to Josie Daniel Olaton age 19 Lawrence Bunger Palo age I LILoydGallic Shultz Narrows age 46 We are going to take seven school boys of Ohio I county to the Mammoth Cave without cost to them J T Tobacco Growers Relief Washington Feb 14Some relief may come for the tobacco growers of Kentucky out of congress at the present session Representative James went before the vays and means committee today and made a forcible argument in favor of his bill to remove the internal revenue tax from leaf and twist tobacco The committee listened to him in tentlyand when he had finished the committee agreed to report favorably a bill removing the tax of six cents per pound from the leaf tobacco This will give the grower a right to sell his leaf tobacco without paying a tax NOTICE Orders Ohio County Court regu lar term February 5th 1906 Pres Hon W B Taylor Judge- L S Hoover c For Judgment Local option election in Horse Branch precinct This cause coming on to be heard and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the persons whose names are attached to the petition herein signed the same and that their signatures thereto are genuine and that they are greater in num bers than 25 per cent of the votes cast in Horse Branch voting precinct at the last preceding general elec tion and that said petition was filed in open court on the first day of January term of the Ohio theI Court being the first day of ary1906 and the said having deposited with the court the I sum of 3500 which is sufficient toI pay the clerks fees and foradvertis ing the election prayed for and this j cause being submitted and the court adIIcounty Ky and entitled to vote in said special election and that an election be held in said Horse Branch 1 voting precinct on the day named in the petition to wit March 3rd I Greatest Subscription Proposition Ever Offered yearHartfordRegular price of both papers 500 Clubbing price 200 This proposition is for a limited time only Present Subscribers can take advantage of this offer as same as nevI ones All you have to do is to pay your subscription toI TIlE REPUBLICAN to February 1 1907 and 100 in addition and get the splendid newspaper the Daily Herald for one year clclreH8 tillc rclcrrt to THE REPUBLICAN litor for the purpose of taking the snsc wf the legal voters in said pre cinct upon the question Whctlieror i spirUitnusvinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in said precinct and whether or not the law now in force in said precinct regarding the sale of such liquors shall become inoper ative in said voting precinct The Clerk of this court is directed to make all orders on his order book necessary to carry out this judg meat and prepare ballots for the purpose of taking the vote on said date and upon said question and the regularly elected and qualified Sher iff of Ohio county is directed to call said election and cause a poll to be opened on said date at the voting place in said Horse Branch voting precinct for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said precinct upon said question andat said time and place the officers of election whose duty it is to hold same will conduct the same as di rected by law for holding special electionsIt to the satisfaction of the court that said voting precinct contains in its borders the town of Horse Branch which is a city of the sixth class it is ordered and adjudged that a special registration be held for said town by officers ape pointed to hold said election and that the said registration be held and conducted as required by law on the 24th day of February 1906 The Sheriff of Ohio county shall cause thiselection and registration to be advertised in some weekly or daily paper published in Ohio county for at least two weeks before the election and also to advertise the same by printed or written hand bills posted at five conspicuous pldces in said Horse Branch voting precinct for at least two weeks be fore said election and he shall have the advertisement and notices here in provided for posted as herein required within seven days after he receives a copy of this order from the County Court Clerk and he shall perform such other duties as required of him by law about such special elections- A copy attestW S TINSLEY Clerk By UG RAGLAND D C Pursuant to the foregoing order and judgment of the Ohio County Court I on Saturday March 3 1906 cause a poll to be opened as and in the manner required by law at the voting place in Horse Branch I voting precinct Ohio county Kentucky to take the sense of the legal voters of said precinct qualified to vote for county officers upon the proposition Whether or not spiritu ous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in the said precinct Qf Horse Branch Ohio county Kentucky Given under my hand as Sheriffof Ohio county Kentuckythis the 12th day of February 1905 R B MARTIN S 0 C wv FREE TRIP TO- MAMMOTH CAVE Offered By The Republican to CountyII Our Readers Will Name the Most Popular Boy in Each lIagristerial District How many persons in Ohio county have seen the Mammoth Cave Situated less than 100 miles from us it is visited every year by people from every landas 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 willentitle 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 followingballotTHE DXSTRXCTBThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows DISTRICT No IEast and West Hartford East and West Beaver Dam and Prentis voting precincts DISTRICT No 2Cromwell Select Arnold Rosine and Horse Branch voting precincts DISTRICT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan vote ing precincts DISTRICT No 4East and West Fordsville Etnaville Shreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts DISTRICT No 5Bede Heflin Buford and Bartletts voting precincts DISTRICT No 6Centertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts DISTRICT No 7North and South Rockport McHenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts TRIP TO MAMMOTH CAVE I cast this ballot of votes For trhoeeagoIbetween 12 and 20 eare1 l10 F District No Precinct A r 5 i Signed Address State County w