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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pF rrt X44- I kl tattfDfl- Iftqmblkan Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICANSubscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23 1906 No32 BRllllANTI Wedding of the Presidents Daughter Every Country In the World Represented last Saturday Washington D C Feb 17 190Q The wheels of business stopped in Washington today while the daligh ter of the President was led to the alter Miss Alice Roosevelt was married to Kepresentive Nicholas Longworth at noon by Bishop Satter lee and all of Washington not bidden to the White House for the ceremony watched and waited while the nuptials were performed It was the most notable wedding that the Capital has ever known Miss + Roosevelt was the third White house bride This in itself was a distinct ion But never before has a White House wedding attracted such at tention Never before has there been such distinguished gathering of society peoplo in the mansion and certainly never before has there been such an array of wedding gifts Every country in the civilized world even if China is included in that category was represented InI the tributes that were showered the bride Representative Long worth too was remembered in a way But it was not his day The young Ohio member who has already won for himself a very fair reputation as a new Congressman was distinctly not in the running lie was an adjunct to the ceremony but that was all and that was as it should be Miss Alice was the ob ject of interest of the day and con tinued tb be till the couple quietly stole away toward evening in an ele lctric brougham for the honeymoon which it is understood will be spent in a country homestead just outside WashingtonThe offices at the White House were closed all day There was no business transacted for the first time perhaps since Mr Roosevelt has been President Promptly at 10 A M the gate3 of the White House were closed and thereafter there was no entrance without one of magic admission cards There wereI A little short of a thousand guests present a gathering that crowded to the utmost the East Room where the ceremony was performed Only ten representatives of the press were present the three members of the local papers the three association and four personal newspaper friends of Representative Longworth and the President But society was represented from all quarters of the country There were the members families the justice of the 4Supreme Court and members of the Cabinet the members of the Senate who have formerly held cabinet posi tions and the general run of invited guests who included most of the people of prominence whose names usually appear in the society columns of the New York papers The wedding ceremony was per formed by Bishop Satterlee standing under an arch of palms on the west side of the East Room There would have been a jungle of greenery about the improvised alter but for the firm protest made by the bride tobe yesterday She had put her foot down firmly against having the whole scene shut off by palms and f ferns from the very people who had come to witness it and at her order the taller plants had been moved bisk to tno wall so that there was a reasonable clear space in front The service was brief but impres sive as the words and the occasion warranted The party moved al most Immediately afterward to the breakfast room where there was a buffet luncheon for the most of the guests in the Blue Room The new married couplePresidentand Mrs thefbreakfast in tlja Green Room The breakfast lasted well into the af h y iree ca iw dN 4T ttJtu 1 ternoon Then came the most in teresting and least advertised part of the performance Mr Long worth and his bride quietly effaced them selves and left the house in an electric brougham one of a dozen precisely alike that were parked back of the Whito House In it they drove away to the country where they will spend the honeymoon Hartford Coal and Oil Company- A number of persons who own about 3000 acres of land Immediately North of Rough River met at the Court House last Saturday andor ganized the Hartford Coal and Oil Company x The following officers were select ed President C M Barnett Vice President W N Stevens Secretary S T Barnett Treasurer Rowan Hol brook I This land is already known to be rich in coat deposits but in order to ascertain the exact location depth thickness of stratas etc it was determined to make a number of tests in the near future by drilling Messrs S T Barnett C P Keown and Berry Rial were appointed a committee to arrange for and have charge of this work KILLED New County Measure Indef- inltelyPostponed Which Means That it is Asleep for Good f At a meeting of the Kentucky Statutes Committee of the House of of Representative Wednesday morning by n vote oC6 to 2 the Beard bill proposing to create Beckham county out of parts ofOhio Butler Grayson and Breckenridge counties was indilmitely postponed which action is but an easy way of killing as it will not be heard of again this session It was given a dose of morphine instead of being hit with an axe However it will answer all purposes It was clearly demostrat ed that its creation would be a travisty upon justice and that it would not stand the test in any courtToo much credit cannot be given Messrs Crowe Taylor Woodward Keown Holbrook DeWees and oth ers who went to Frankfort anti gave the committee the true situation Endless expense and worry have been saved to those who would have been effected by the proposed new county CANE RUN Feb 19Elder J W Bristo of Fordsville filled his regular appoint ment at this place Saturday and SundayMiss Lula Sanbnch Friedaland entered Bowling Green College to day Mrs Mary Halloway will begin a spring school at Horse Branch next Monday Sam Jamison and family have moved into their new house- J T Daniel and wife and daugh ter of Olaton attended church at this place Sunday Miss Iva Cummingsof near Salem is visiting her cousin near Leitch fieldMisses Annie Myers and Minnie Wilson whp have been visiting rela tives at this place returned home yesterdayLonnie Whito and family of near Salem have moved to Sunnydale The farmers are beginning to sow oatsJimmie White is visiting relatives in this community Miss Leona Wilson is visiting Miss Loucile St Clair Rosine The citizens of Horse Branch have taken steps to vote whiskey out of the town on March J 1Q06 Hoping and trusting that thetown vifl be free from whiskey and that each home will become a house ofprriyer and that good may + la Accomplished by Almighty God 24000 Total Indebtedness of Ohio County As Shown by the Records January 1st 1906 The following report of a special ccmmittee appointed by the Ohio county Fiscal court to report the total indebtedness of the county January 1st 1906 will be interesting to our readers in view of the oft repeatedstatement during the lato campaign that the county would be out of debt by that date To the Fisca Court of Ohio coun tyWe the undersigned committee having been appointed by an order of this court a committee to ascertain the amount that Ohio county was in debted on January 1st 190G beg leave to submit the following report We have carefully examinedall the order books and claims against the county including the outstanding bends and contract for bridges and find that the total indebtedness Of the county is 2418246 We further find that the Sheriff of Ohio county Cal P Keown has made a full and complete settlement of the revenue due the county for the year 1905 and that on the llth day of January 1906 after the Sher iff had paid intothe Treasury all that was due the county there was a balance on that date in the hands of the Treasurer of 77502 that this sum has been paid out by the Treasurer on claims due out of the levy of 1905 and which claims thus paid are not included in the above indebtedness of 218246 Arr FW1iIChtisi u mitted This February 19 1S06 ComSKState of Ke issCounty I W S Tinsley Clerk of the Ohio County Court do certify that I am the duly elected qualified and ac ting clerk of said court That I have carefully examined the debts and claims against the county as appears on the order or claims books in my office and I certify that the above re port of the committee is correct and shows the indebetedness of said countyGiven under my hand this Febru ary 18th 1906W TINSLEY COCC Republican Office Holders ToinklnTllit HerulJ Republican office holders are as a rule a credifto party and to country The smooth economical and successful running of any government de pends very largely on its representatives of all classes scattered through out the country No sooner did the Republican party take over reigns of National Governmentnearly fifty years ago than it proceeded under the immortal Lincoln to put in its best men to discharge the peoples services The principle actuating the imperishable emancipator was to get the best Yuen to serve all the people not merely the best man to serve the party Bighearted and broadminded Abraham Lincoln knew that the party man in office who best serves the country will also best serve the party Nor did Lin caln allow personal considerations to interfere with selection for office Take the one case of Salmon P Chase of Ohio whom he made Chief Justice of the Uuited States Many others might be mentioned but the Chase is very pertinent and striking ps it is pertinent y Chase had one leading ambition to to which all others were subordinated to be President of the United States While a member of Lincolns official household as Secretary of the Treasury he plotted and schemed for the Republican Presidental nom iuation in 1864 Lincoln was aware all along of the underhand course pursued by his Secretary but bore wittfit patiently till Chase having in q moment of pique resigned his Sec IRELEASED A Southern Judge Cured Judge Horatio J Goal Hartwoll Ga write Some five or six years ago I had a vefy severe spoil of grip which left tno with Bjatomlo catarrh A friend advised me to try your Pe ma wbichI did and wasiramedlately benefited and cured The third bottle complete the curell J Got Cured In a Pew Weeks Miss Jean Cowglll Griswold Opera House Troy N Yls the leading lady with the Aubrey Stock Co She writes the following During the put winter of 1901 I suffered for several weeks from a severe attack of grip which left a serious catarrbai condition of the throat and headSome one suggested Peruna As a last retort after wasting much time and money on physician I tried the remedy faithfully and in a few weeks was as well as overJean Cowgill retaryship when Lincoln to the utter consternation of the ambitious Ohio stateman accepted it Out of office with no immediate prospects ahead Judge Cease found himself in a narrow corrier But the magnanimous Lincoln knowing that with all his weaknesses Chase was a truly great man and jurist made him a few month after his retirement from the Treasury Chief Justice of the United States There helve been of course weak and inefficient Republicans appointed to office The party were not hu man proud we are to say that it is very much so if it did not make such mistakes But Theodore Roosevelt is like Abraham Lincoln striv ing to get for all the peoples service the men best qualified for the pur pose The Republican party had here for eight years in the office of Surveyor of the Port the Hon C M Burnett a worthy conscientious and painstaking representative who en joys the confidence of all who truly know him Mr Barnett left office with the regard of every business man in Louisville Hers succeeded by Judge W G Dearing another straightforward Republican who gives promise already of an administration of the Collectors office such as will best serve the party by pleasing all the people By such typically loyal and faith ful office holders as Messrs Bar nett and Dearing the Republican phrtywill commend itself enduringly to Kentuckys valued public opin ion oJ o A 00fix A- thrBear yJI Kind You Haw Always Bouflit Bgnatsro al GGtCkUl Ak Grip Resulted In Catarrh Miss Alice lilolke Treasurer Young Womens Society of the Lutheran Church Mcnasha Wlsn writes- I gratefully acknowledge the good that Peruna did me after I had been sick with la grippe which left me In a- verywpakk awlomaeleitodtsadltloa- with catarrbai trouble of the head and earsMy mother suggested that I take It to build up my strength and rid myself of the troublesome catarrh and it acted with wonderful speed- I was able to resume my work In side of two months and I am in splendid health nowAlice Blelke One reason why Peruna has found permanent use in so many homes Is that It contains no narcotic of any kind Peruna It perfectly harmless It can be used any length of time without acquiring a drug habit Peruna does not produce temporary resultsIt cures u WEST VIRGINIA Coal Company Invades Ohio County Buy Thirty Thousand Acres and Six Hundred Men to be Put Work at Once Itol A strong company of West Virginia canitalists headed by Senator Davis late Democratic candidate for I VicePresident has acquired the mineral right to thirty thousand acres of Ohio county land along Green River beginning with the old Jim town property and extending I to tha Clay Taylor land near Roches ter Great activity will be display earlyIno hundred men will be employed Their own tow boats and barges will be brought from the West Virginia fields and the tow fleets will be made up for the South at the mouth of Green river It is claimed that this coal is as good or better than that which the company is now working in West Virginia and that it is one thousand miles nearer the market to begin with If it is found to make good coke a system of coke furnaces will also be installed The site of the new town will be on the Clay Taylor farm half of which has been bought out right for the purpose Almost from the largisti MATANZAS I Feb21Rev B Jenkins Owens LaGrippe Is Epidemic Catarrh IT spares no class or nationality The and the ignorantthe aristocrat and the pauper the masses and the classes are alike subject to la grippe None are exemptall are liable Grip Is well named The original French term la grippe has been short ened by the busy American to read gripWlthoutintendlng to do so a new word has been coined that exactly describes the case As If some hldeou giant with awful grip had clutched nsi In Its fatal clasp Men women children whole town and cities are caught in the baneful grip of aiterrlblo monster Have you the grip Or rather nsa the grip got you f If so read the fol lowing totters These testimonials speak for them selves as to the efllcacy of Peruna la cases of la grippe or Its aftereffects Saved by Pcruna lIon James R Gnlll Is one of the oldest and most esteemed men of Omaha ffob Ho has done much to make It what It Is serving on public boards a number of times He endorses Fernna In the following words I am 68 years old am hale and hearty and Peruna has helped me attain It Two years ago I had la grippe my life was despaired of Peruna saved me J R Gnlll A Relative of Abraham Lincoln Mr BOas H Lincoln who resides at 013 1 street N W Washington DO has the honor of being third cousin to Abraham Lincoln He writes I had la grippe five times before ns Ing your medicine Pour years ago Ibegan the use of Peruna since which time I have not been troubled with that disease mydesku r gained more than ten pounds la- weightS S Lincoln Peruna Not Only Cured La Grippe but Benefited the Whole System Miss Alice M Drcssler1313 Bryant Ave Minneapolis Minn writes s Last spring I suffered froth la grippe and was partially cured but the bad aftereffects remained through the summer and somehow 1 did not get strong as I was before One of my college friends who was visiting me asked me try Peruna and I did so and found it all and more than 1 had expected It not only cured me of the catarrh but restored me to perfect health and built up the entire system Alice M Dressier Address Dr B D Hartman President ofThe Hartman 8anltarlumColambui 1 Ohioboro filled his regular appointment I at the Baptist church here last Sat day and Sunday r Mrs Nat Lindley and Miss Mary Lindley are on the sick list Messrs J N Nail J C BennettI W P Render and W A Taylor went to Hartford today Hon Jno B Wilson Hartford s vas in our midst Friday and Satur dayMessrs Harry Bennett and Rosco Render Hartford attended church Sunday I CA9TORxr3eBMM tEe You Han Always Botft 8patue ttr ctThe f rsatta i Ayers Feed your hair nourish It give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is the only llthrvigorhairfood years it has been doing just what we claim it will do It will not disappoint you Sly hair nicd In beyrr iliort nut atter tiling Ajreri llnlr Vigor a ihorl time It lMmn to grow lion It U fourteen InchIlenK- f111 te ini aejn414 remit to maafur being al1rltwj roan Colorado Bpriege Colo SiOobottle Jo AYXRCO All ergfunwell Muni t Short Hair t n- a iii P l A TRMPS STORY Oran Awtul Plot to Awaken the lattonal Conscience of the Evil of Excessive Wealth harrows Ky Feb 13The va ocbgsof a tramp are rarely won eating but this fellows story is inmricwoven of such strange and material that I thought it anight not be wholly wanting in ii ftcast for your readers Jn a mnner indicating a confirm t C3 habit of begging he approached aae with will you give me a stamp I r asr1 rIpassed out the red square and continued Its to my old mother sirthe only soul on earth who car atoss whether I am on the grow offender it But for the type of his intelligence and the cleanliness of his wellwo unmatched clothes he looked like t common everyday railroad tramp Eftyfive thereabouts and hair an lord some weeks grown one hair to the other white It was kind of you sir he con leroed and I hope you may hoar reward in making glad t hart of an old woman broken in and in health living up in the Suggest and wickedest city in the 3orth Never mind 1 said its only a 4rideLhave seen better days sir he Went on but that you will say is abe stock story of the unfortunate Iput my all in a legitimate business wiature but the robbers came and entered me to stand and deliver I sin not a coward sir and had they mule with sand bags and gunny sppg I shouls have my fortune and any honor but the scoundrels cam wjla arms invincible they owned a a authority of the stock douched to pity by the fellowsI story I ventured the consolatary ingestion that a reformation was t Ibecg wraught in the conscience of mankind and that the public sen sfeient once aroused would slowly Rvl surely put a period to the ruth aas reign of avariciouss wealth j May God willhe rejoinedthat such mild agencies as you mention away work the ends you contemplate but a force more certain swift und i sflrauiful pursues the same ends My astonisted silence queried him and he answered Desperation sir a force that must at last transcend all bounds andover its broken barks leap in wild confusion j Through what intruments will agkedjlfhrough seething thundering bowels of the I earth find holes through which theyI mt ve will a desperate social fer znxnl cast up men fit instruments to amore an equilibrium From what points of the bubbling racial caldron do you expect such r IITheya jQn wretchedness of the populace isIi grater a few small tradesmen i Tufoom the accursed rebate system watt fast driving to the wall were fhtUing a council A small thin man- nIf Bred the council room lIe was uiwla tradesman but a studentan- tserver of men and affairs He awsesed foresight courage and ling He figured in collossal colIJ UffitO I w The small thin man I am for iiiwicus reasons calling no namessaid thc trampwas called to the lostrumtI zm he began going to no in tiime diagnosing the disease Every school boy knows that the brazen ayjressions of wealth is the we- lsex uf all the wretchedness Td the indus trios poor of this land I ibof the remedy are you ready toa bau it cries of well hear it well Atts it Let me prepare your mindsp aRtle Is the lightning that fltfrelouds and rends sometimes our trfatcly church spires and leveling I Irchance the suppliant worshipers at tho altar a necessity to restore the equilibrium in the aerial depths cries of it i it is Is the wasteful Jwrfcune leveling alike the princes made a neiesity to restore to pu i air aSy and sweetness the air wef Irarth f Ties of it is it is Is the crumbling thundering earthquak Jurying large areas In volcanic cin dcrJ enqulfing low lying coasts in tiftil waves and entombing cities in snaisenjnva a noccssity to restore siaWly to Uio physical Earth cries Wilt Is it is It is it is eh Hear il rattS If you are not cowards ems1 jto e ra Aht afraid to die or fools who cannot understand human life is a thing of price stay till I am done then resolve to do or not to do The sluggish waters were slowly surely wearing away the Hell Gate rocks but bold engineers conceived and Hell Gate was not cries of plant your charge uphothI n your glasses upon the reseeding hur ricane Is this your part cries of command you our obedience We rJsaid Ill have you be the powder kegs and perish in the good you do But first I will answer some ques 1tions that you have a right to ask Dear as life is it has a price or el S the scaffold is a mockery It is not for vengeance but to protect the State that men are hung You have been only robbed and by the law isdrobbed you make the laws by whic they may not be hanged The wis thahedoctrinesdis murder by the law and yet the surgeon uncencured spares the mothers life at such a price ohas Brutus thought the heart of ty ronny If I counsel the daggers pierce it is not into the breast of kings of those who rule by law but of those above the lawthe kings of tradewho with their luxuries purchase the wretchedness of millions of my countrymen Mind is not matter but how like it in the laws that govern it The soft cool breezes withever changing currents blow but Anon the fearful hurricane must adjust their equilibrium 1Yetvouldbanis the hurricane as we would banis- e reign of terror but such are the arcIonly after a painful travail There is no malice in the work I destine for you to do The public conscience like the slumbers of the night be aroused only by the ghostly an terrible The captains of the land piracy that has grown up within the last century are not worse than wretched victims but their accident to success mark them for awakening equalizoos to an equitable share in the national wealth I need scarcely assure you that this work calls fori volunteers who are prepared to herIoically pay the penalty for their con duct provided by the laws of the land which cannot in the very na ture of things take cognizance o revolutionary necessity The reign of terror in France was mournful example of the failure of those in authority to hear the angryC thunder cries of the approachingI Russialpublic bombIneglected pin scratch is the occa of grave faced surgeons gather around the operating tableIBut waste no tears that the neglected so sligt a wound Such has been the a man since history began to his follrIAn organization was effected that night said the tramp to me That has now enlisted members TheyIre not anarchists No violence to j ard officers of the State high or low is contemplated A reasonable time will be given for an effective development of the reform spiritJ has recently manifested itself s various parts of the country but unless the obvious evils of our insdustrial system are corrected the national cawciou will be aroused by a series of horrors without in the history of mankindtlThe unfortunate fellow lit his pipe and pursued with weary step hisf oseess Journey leaving me to wonder how much or little of truth ed there was in his story J H T Only a little cold in the head maybe beginning of an obstinate case of Nasal Catarrh Drive out the inva on der with Elys Cream Balm apply strate to the inflamed stufled up passage Price 50c If you pre to r to use an atomizer ask for Liquid Cre t Balm It has all the good qualities of the remedy in solid form I and will rid you of catarrh and hay fever No cocaine to breed a dreadful habit No mercury to dry out pjWrrrenltreet in DAKOTAS ANCIENT PRESS Armor Herald Printed on Hand Press CenturyOld Xw York WorM Editor Dana of the Armor S D Herald declares that tho old Washing ton hand press upon which the first newspapers of Iowa Minnesota and I Dakota were printed is still doing j service in the office of the Erwin S I DJ Herald- S I He is positive that it served to make the impressions of the Dakota j Democratic the first paper publish of in Dakota territory at Sioux Falls j in 1858 The newspaper office was raided ofhscrapteto Howard the same territory and here Editor Dana made its acquain lance for he pulled the lever for several years while publishing the Howard Democrat I yearfoldNOTICE Orders Ohio County Court regular term February 5th 190G 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 thathand that they are greater in num bers than 25 per cent of the votes I cast in Horse Branch voting precinct at the last preceding general elecS tion and that said petition was filed in open court on the first day of the Countydary1906 and the said petitioners having deposited with the court the j totthisIbeing sufficiently advised it is ad judged that the signers to said petition are all legal voters in the vot ing precinct of Horse Branch Ohio county Iy and entitled to vote in said special election and that an election be held in said Horse Branch inf1906 for the purpose of taking the sense f the legal voters in said pre cinct upon the question Whether or spirituousvinous or malt liquors 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 ofsuch liquors shall become inoperative in said voting precinct The Clerk of this court is directed to make all orders on his order book necessary to carry out this judgment and prepare ballots for the purpose of taking the vote on said and upon said question and the regularly elected and qualified Sheriff of Ohio county is directed to call said election and cause a poill 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 cinct upon said question and at time and place the officers of election whose duty it is to hold will conduct the same as directed by law for holding special electionsIt to the satisfaction of court that said voting precinct contains in its borders the townof Branch which is a city of the sixthclass it is ordered and adjudg that a special registration beheld for said town by officers appointed to hold said election and that the said registration he held and conducted as required by law the 2lth day of February 1906 The Sheriff of Ohio county shall cause this election and registration I be advertised in some weekly or daily paper published in Ohio county for at least two weeks before the election and also to advertisethe same by printed or written handbills posted at five conspicuous places in said Horse Branch voting for at least two weeks be ole said election and he shall the advertisement and notices hoc provided for posted as herein rep J quired within seven days after he receives a copy of this order from I the County Court Clerk and he shall perform such other duties as required of him by law about such special elections- A copy attest I W S TINSIEY Clerk By U G RAGLAND D C i Pursuant to the foregoing order I and judgment of the Ohio County Court I will on Saturday March 3 1906 cause a poll to be opened as and in the manner required by law I at the voting place in Horse Branch voting precinct Ohio county Ken tucky to take the sense of the legal voters of said precinct qualified to vote for county officers upon the proposition Whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in the said precinct of Horse Branch Ohio county Kentucky Given under my hand as Sheriff of Ohio county Kentuckythis the 12th day of February 1905 R B MARTIN S 0 C To Consumptives- The undersigned having been rev stored to health by simple means af ter suffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anx ious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York 32yr No Sincerely There is no sincerety in what Dem ocratic speakers and organs say on Tariff They have no definite late i tionsThey urge Republicans to go into lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard abeautiful brown orrich black Use anything labeled reciprocity yet cannot give anything beyond the bare word Specifications and de tails are unknown to them and un known to anybody If coal orleath er advances in price the Democratic cry is Take off the duty and all will be well In the coal crisis three years ago the duty of sixty seven cents a ton was suspendedand even people in the seaports failed to derive any benefit from the change The foriiun price was marked up to cover the reduction A reckless chaotic opposition is that of the Democratic party against Protec tion Results to business are ignor ed if only the Republican line can be penetrated and confused For merly the Democratic party de manded a Tariff for revenue only Now it howls at reciprocity and yet admits that the SouthiU strong hold for votes is entirely willing to retain its own share of Protection along with the rest of the Republic an prosperity The Cub Reporter Scores Knuinn Iltjr Journal This story is told of n cub reporter on his first assignment on a daily He handed in the following A man killed a dog belonging to anoth or man The sun of the man whoso dog was killed proceeded to whip the man who killed the dog of the man he was the son of The man who was the son of the man whose dog was killed was arrested on com plaint of the man who was assaulted by the son of the man who was as saulted by tho son of the man whose dog the man who was assaulted had killedII Couldnt Qualify One of you boys may ono day be Presikent the school visitor saidaLot of chance aint there was the reply Lot of chance when there aint a bear or a bobcat in n I thousand miles of here A Vegetablelivcrpills That they ore They cure constipation biliousness sickheadache LowiMau 1 BUCKINGHAMS DYE j nm en 91 cuMim oat r UIL co niuci K L Fine Trains T- OFLOEIDE VIA Southern Railway AND UeeD Crosco Dt Routu Florida Limited leaving Louis ville 8 a m daily connects at Dqn vine Ky with solid trains of llflr- man Sleepers and vestibuled coaches via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriving Jacksonville at 850 a m and St Augustine 10 a m next day without change Dining Car service all meals enroute Florida Special leaving Louis ville 715 p m carries observation sleeper daily except Sunday Louis ville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and Atlan ta arriving at Jacksonville 850 p m and St Augustine at 10 p m next day From Danville this is solid train of Drawing Room Sleep ers Composite car Observation car also Dining Car serves all meals env routeVia the Land of the SkyPull- man Sleeper leaves Louisville 715 p m daily running through to 3madesleeper to Jacksonville via Ashville Columbia and Savannah arriving at Jacksonville 9 a m Winter Wrist Tickets Good returning until May 31st are now on stile daily at Low Rates Variable Tours Going via Ashville and Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Cliat anooga or Vice Versa For the Land of Sky Winter Homes or other handsomely illustrated book lets folders rates etc addrosa any agent of the Southern Railway or CHHUNGERFORD DPA KyGMoWG P A Q do C Route- Cincinnati O TYPEWRITERS appeal to your sense and your senses f They have the light touch which makes for speedand attractive writing THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANY Syracuse N Y Branch Stores Everywhere Branch Office 134 Wept FourtH street Cincinnati OHio ft Ii- s A s I1TV4tittr a LY V TO FIND NEW CONTINENT A Modern Columbus Will Sail i Search of Unknown Lands in 1theArctic Seas Upon the theory that there exis in the Arctic region an enormou archipeligo ns yet unexplored lyin between Parry Islands and Wrnge 1 land off the Siberian coast Captain Ejmar Mikkclsen polar expeditior will undertake whatissaid to be an entirely novel campaign in the HIs- tory of Arctic expeditions Al though a subject of Denmark Cap thin Mikkelsen upon discovering a new L continent intends to plant there the American ling and claim it ns u possession of the Uniten States lie has no intention of trying to reach the North pole Capt Mikkelsen today acconpan led by the Danish Minister and Hen ry Edward Hood of New York City called upon the President and ex plained to him the objects and pur K seii the expedition President Roosevelt expressed hearty approval of the enterprise It was that the invention of Capt MiIkelsenI is to make a scientific which probably oil result now important additions to the present knowledge of geology meterology possibly ethnology astronomy and physicsCapt Mikkelsen will have as his companions on the expedition which a if it is proposed shall start from San Francisco in May of the present year Ernest Lefflngwcll of the Un iversity of Chicago who is to have charge of all scientific work and Ejnar Eittlevrcn of Copenhagen who iit both a zoologist and an artist Lcfflngwolls father a prominent educator of Knoxville III subscrl bed liberally to the undertaking as has Mikkelsen himself Additional sums contributed by indlveduals In America ns well as through Sir Clements Robert Markham the Duchess of Bedford and others Catarrh Cannot Bo Cured with local applications as they cannot 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 binet1 with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous sur faces The perfect combination of 4 the two ingredients Is what produces 7 such wonderful results in curing Ca tarrh Send for testimoniols free P J CHENEY Co Props Toledo Ohio Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation The County That Wont Be llrttk url 1ire Dtmocritt Though tho bill for the new coun ty of Beckham has been introduced by Representative Beard of Ohio county there is no likehood of its being passed Practicallynobody in Breckenridge wants it Representative Shelman and Senator Owen I were here Monday to learn from the what they really wanted 4They found one just onea single sole solitary lonesome onewho wanted it Mr Sheiman said Tell the people vlm ugainst it since I know they want Senator Owens position likewiseis in t bediJ to the of hispeople we need have no fear that they will permit tho dismemdering Hof old Breckenridge Depend on these gentlemen They are Reprcnta tlves aJust a little Kodol after meals will relieve that fullness belching gas on stomachand all other symptoms of indigestions Kodol digests what you eat and enables the stomach and digestive organs to perform their i functions naturally Sold by Z Viiyne Griffin Bro 9 V A GlidIll Boat The old pastimeof ducks and drakes seems to have suggested e latest novelty innavigatioathe irigboat The flat stone which ors thrown into the water as a suitable Bangle is seen to glide for a short space over the surf ace without im b r midispeed r t CarryAlongHid Illhealth Why no 7cansn a diMmlcml stomach not ixr nodItsTho blood Is charged with iwlsons which como from thlll disordered dleistlon and goOllretlbluod OIl JlClS sleeplessness and gcurrul break pooratoms attackgUrIlcreolIrare comlllnntlon or native medicinal ofdamgrrousprominent InRrldlent coutalned In nr Pierce s mailedeaNliu8alo N Y convincedDrroots as medicinal agent and ho went to monAYtorendering them both cHlclcnt and Mfo for tonic nlteratlvo and rebnllding agents UoldenMIIICItnUlic comiKjundlnif and to the actual medicinal of Its Ingredients Than publication of tho mitncs of the ngraicnU on tho wrapKTof every sold nonalcohollcrllllrackr remodyItono either This fact puts It In a cUiti twverybotttewnnplterTlloBadge IngredientTho5oldcn cures dYIIllIlaIaro liver pills liNt put up 40 years ago They regulate and Invigorate stomach liver and bowels Much Imitated hilt never equaled Sugarcoated and easy to take aS candy One to three a do lar way thus avoiding a great deal of the friction involved in plowing the water in the usual way Attem pts had been previously made along the same line without any conspici ous practical success A Frenchman however claims to have solved the problem of making a gliding boat His vessel twenty feet long by ten feet wide and consists of a special arrangement of planes It is very light the framework being of alumi num tubes The motive power is furnished by an ordinaryautomoblle motor of twelve horse power and the boat carries two persons When it starts the submerged planes plow in the water As it goes on howev er they quickly rise and soon the boat is gliding on tho surface scarcely touching the water It attains a speed of twentyfive miles an hour steers perfectly and can be stop ped with the greatest ease They never gripe or sicken but cleanse and strengthen the stomach liver and bowels This is the uni versal Verdict of the many thousands Who use DeWitts Early Risers These famous little pills relieve headache constipation billiousness jaundice torpid liver sallow complex ion etc Try Little Early Risers Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Wireless Telegraphy in Mexico Wireless telegraphy has been maintained for several years across the Gulf of California and now the Mexican Government has awarded contracts for a plant that will afford commutation over a distance of about 200 miles not only beeween the various stations of the system but with shipping The Mexican Government has a trained staff of wireless operators and it is thought likely that this method of communi catiou will undergo important extension through that country One Minute Cough Cure contains ht an atom of any harmful drug and it has been curing coughs colds croup and whooping cough so long it has proved itself to be a tried and true friend to the many who use it No need to fear qf your child choke jng from croup with One Minute Cough Cure handy Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Where Palaces are Cheap No morn romantic places exist than the deserted cities of Italy They are to be found all over the country but chiefly in the March of Ancona aud the old Grand Duchy of Tuscany In these you may see great marble palaces to which a bit of string does duty as bellpull and if you enter you find atcorner of some grancLsal on often with a ceiling Jby an jilus trious artist screened off for the inhabitants to live in That inhabit ant may beSQrneftaliari or English lady who has a very siKail iincome and she may get a uch a palace where aqme Cardinal pr Marchese poundsayear 6ASrJI flea theRe ORIAjBlya I ra- rr F liiTtJt l ac 1 Noof jI tr 1 r CENTENARIAN LOVERS WED Aged Wife is a Daughter of An drewJackson and Relative ot President Lincoln lornln Ohio lllpBlcliJ- Fo 50 years they have been lovers but not until each had passed the century mark could Samnel Kueni and Sarah Jackson make up their minds to wed They finally did it and have just been married in Pen field Township this county Capt Kuhns is 101 and his bride is a little over 100 She is the daughter of An drew Jackson and a relutiveof Abra ham Lincoln Behind this singular marriage lies a romance of the war in Springfield III Miss Jackson metSamuel Kuhns Mr Kuhns born in Richmond was tied down to the law but he enlisted as a private in the Mexican war and won his commission He returned to Richmond wearing a Captains epaulets Then Kuhns was with Grant and Sherman in the Civil War He was one ef the first to go up against that terrible wall of Fred ericksburg when men of the Union mowod down like sheep under the hail of Confederate bullets Ho was at the taking of Vlcksburg and was in Shermans march to the sea He was twice imprisoned in Libby Kuhns rclcarcd from prisom a man without occupation or career heard that his sweetheart wes married For many years he wandered over the country finally settling in Colum bus He never brought to her and heart the knowledgethat he was alive but cherished in silence the memory of his only love Not long ago at a reunion of army veterans Mrs Crawford now a wid ow whose maiden name was Jackson and Kuhns were formally Introduced As her eyes fell upon his face she gave a hysterical cry and laugh and fell into his arms- CuriOus v Trees Inthe island of Jamaica there is a ree that generally admired by all visitors hence Its name travelers tree It is similar to the palm tree but in shade like a fan A curious feature of this tree is that its plum like leaves sway and bend with the sun and the rain In rainy weather the leaves bend almost to the ground but in sunshine they raise themselves- to their upright and more graceful position The effect is very curious for the leaves of the tree are im mense Any place of consequence n Jamaica has one or more of these specimens butit is necessary to Consumption tj There is no specific for consumption Fresh air exercise food and Scotts Emulsion will come near curing it if there is anything tobulldon Mil lions of people throughout the goodhealth Cj From time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver oil for consumption Of course the patient couldnot take it in its form hence it did very little good They can ttike SCOTTS EMULSION sand tolerate it for a long time There is no oilnot easilydigested system as cod liver in form of Scotts Emulsion and that is the reason iris so helpful in consumption where its use must be continuous CJWcwillsendyou a sample free fj Be iure that thtf picture In the form of a label hon the wrap per ofarray bottle of tmuUwn youtuye d ScbttBowhci Chemists 409 Pearl Street r New York S3ta l i 11 dr gghur r 7ati r- jjj i cI T travel there forasight of them for they will not grow in any other cli mateIn the island of Madagascar there grows a tree which gives the trave lera drink of pure icecold water When guiding travelers through the forest in which there is no spring the native guides simply trust their spears into a leaf stalk of one of these trees and quarts of delicious pure water gush ou- tGalvostons Sea Wall makes life now as safe in this city ns 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 time I had a cough which for years had been growing worse Now its gone Cures chronic Coughs La Grippe CroupWhooping Cough and prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Every bottle guaranteed at Z Wayne Gaiffin Bros drugstore Price 50 and 100 Trial bottle free Look Up The following credited to Un known is too good to be lost We love the rose on his tongue the man who sees the boys dirty face but mentions his bright eyeswho notices your shabby coat but who is quick to praise slow to blame We like to meet a man who smile will brighten up deadness whose voice is full of music of the birds who handshake fs an inspiration and his God bless you a benediction He makes us for get our troubles as the ravens dismal croak is forgotten when the wood thrush sings God bless the man of cheer There is plenty of trouble here and we need not in crease it There is a lot of dying done ahead of time The End of Tho World of troubles that robbed E H Wolfe of Bear Grove la of all usefulness came when he began taking Electric Bitters He writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused me great suffering which I would never have survived had I not taken Electric Bitters They also cured me of Gen eral Debility Sure cure for all Stomach Liver and Kidney com plaints Blood diseases Headiache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price 50c Guaranteed by Zt Wayne Griffin Bros drug store v A Heard Over the Wires Mr Brown had just had a telephone connection between his office and house and is very much pleased with it I tell you Smith he was saying this telephone business is a wonder ful thing I want you tq dine with me this evening and I will notify- MrsBrown to you Brqwnspeaking through the tele phpneMy friend Smith will dine with us this evening Now listen and hear how plain her reply comeback Mrs Browns reply came back with startling distinctness Ask your friend Smith if he thinks we keep hotel Dontdeceive yourself If you have indigestion take Kodol Dyspepsia I Cure It will relieve you Rev W E Hecutt South Mills N C says I was troubled with chronic indigestion for several years what ever I ate seemed to cause heart burns sour stomach fluttering of my heart and general depression of mind and body My druggist recommended Kodol and it has rolieV ed me 1 can eat anything and sleep soundly at night Kodol Digests whatftyou eat Sold by Z Wayne Griffiih Bro Happy Thought There is a very pretty girl in Syra cuse who with the best of motives and most land intent is generally as she herself expressed itin a mess To a chum she recently said I seem to have offended dir De- Laney and I cant imagine how I sent him a little token on his birthday and he acknowledged it in the CQO les manner paGdid youseadher friend inquired Well ahe explained I want to give him something that would have some connection with his lovely verses pu know and by what wall almost inspiration Ithoughtof a rhyming dictionary I Cfa t3I OIlzAI Beuiih It3 Kind You llate Always Boitfv I 8166dan Pf Ie 5 f AtI1K J1tAt 0 AWgefablePreparalionforAs rsimilating UrcFoodandRcgula ung tlteslomadls axtBowcls of Promotes DigeslionChecrfu ness and stcontalns neillier OniumMorplune nojr 10 luieral- T I OT TfARC OTIC r rorConslipanon WormsConvulsiqnsFeverish ness and LossOF SLEEP FACSimile Signature or NEW YORK L EX6C7 COPYOF WRAPPER J T CASTO RIA For and Children The Kind You Haua- Aiway of In Use For Thirty CASTORIA OUR CLUBBING RATES r THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville HeraldrzTU- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily 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YOU WANT BOOKKEEPING we have the famous SsdlerRowe system of actual business practice The combined course of Bookkeeping and Shorthand is a sure drawing card for your success Will we have the pleasure of seeing you or hearing from you- OWENSBORO BUSINESS UNIVEISITVcOwonBboro Kentucky a WHEN YOU SHOOT t You want to HIT what you are timing at YourDataFor 41 year STEVENS ARMS hive carried off PREMIER HONORS for ACCURACY Our line IIURlfies Shotguns Pistols II i I Ma re itil If rlflolcauuCprIeI send lit 10 fa era eeteG of complete rlIampI nopoil ti liaagerwillbe J Stevens ArmsTool Cot PO Box 4098 CHICOPEEALLS MASS V S L Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REriirBLir CAN 100 per year in advance r jV 1 rk J 1i ri 1 oLl z Infants I fight Bears t1- S1gTIlatUre oJ Ouer Years a OUR wonderful r T T I Low One Way Colonist Rates SVin Big Four Route To s CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHO 4 a MONTANA vU UTAH atia Intcrmcdlatctcrrltory TIckotH on Bale Mch t to May IS information and parties IForfullrates tickets etc call on Four Routeor aS dress the undersigned WAllllKX J IYNCir 0 P T A Clnclimatl OhU- Sf OAtrS 0 nerql gnt t LoaliTUIe try I i r n ror+ r PJ 3g- e i iw ii Ti Hartford Republicai Iwuedbytbe llnrtlori rnlilUhtngCompnn tncUarnnrrrnl IIICIIUIIIII rtzraot EB Cumb11end 34 EitauCh xtrr zz FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23 t Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct notify us To Tile Repvblican Reader With this issue ofTilE REPUBLIC my name will be associated as one of the editors About seventeen at the birthyears ago I presided i of this paper and nursed the youngster until it could stand alone During the years ofmy absence I have at all times felt a keen interest in its welfare and a just pride in its success Under the efficient management of Mr Smith and his predecessors it has taken front rank among the county papers of the State With the introduction of needed improvment in our mechai del ical department we hope to make it still better We realize that Hartford and Ohio county are on the eve of a Commercial prosperity heretofore unknown It is our ambition that this paper shall be a potent factor in the general uplift which is to place our people in position to reap the advantages to which our natural resources entitl them To this end we invite a con tinuance of your confidence and I support Respectfully C M BAnNETT STRANGE that any lawyer at Hart ford who expects to remain here should favor the new county I IT is pleasing to know that the next oldest daughter of the Presi dent will not be at n marria eabe age during this Administration AT a dinner given Wednesday by the doctors of Hartford to visiting brethren from the county 13 sat at the table If anything serious hap pens we have cleared our skirts for we suggested that the editor be ir vitedWE are fond of the Republicans of the Second Congressional District but we have attachments in the Fourth that we would dislike to sever It is to be hoped the Legisla ture will let well enough alone It might be worse TilE Herad is disturbed becaus the Fiscal Court recently raised the salaries of County Judge Count Attorney and School Superintend ent a total of 100 per year It is also distressed because upon a showing made by the officers of William Coal Company the County Judg j relieved it of a 10000 raise in as sesment made by the Board of Su pervisors This same raise was taken off by the Board itself last year upon hearing evidence We presume the Herald does not want any injustic done Ohio county corporations If it is a good home paper it mus want to Nee them treated in a fair and impartial manner so that capital will be encouraged to comerath er than driven away from us The present salaries are none too high for good officials Any salary is too much for poor ones It is the poorly paid servant who is most tempter to graft But the Herald wants to know where these salaries are tcome from Well if we have anymore iron bridges to build it can be saved from some corporation which does business in the State of Ohio instead of Ohio county This amount 400 could be saved in the construction of one abutment 01 one item of interest In this con nection we call the attention of the Herald to the statement of Ohio countys finanancial condition JanI uary 1 signed by one Republican and one Democrat printed on our first page It will furnish food for mriny days silent and prayerful thought It may lessen your incli nation to jump on the new court It will be time enough to do that four years hence INSTEAD of looking after the in terests of the people devising laws to equalize taxation and bring im migration and capital to our State our Democratic Legislature is sitting up nights scheming tosmoth er Republican vqUb There are three favorite wayto accomplish 1I iJ r this allimportant end First by disfranchisement Second by destruction or theft of ballots and ballot boxes Third by shifting Republican territory The first plan is becoming unpopular The second is dangerous expecial in national elections where the Federal Court has jurisdiction of election offenses So the third plan is being used in the present time of need For years the Eleventh Congressional District has been uEed as a dumping ground for counties which presist in going Republican Now the Ninth District has elected a Republican by about forty major ty and of course must have help So a few Democratic counties arc to be shifted from the Tenth and in order not to endanger the Tenth Republican counties are to be takenI from it and added to the Eleventh But the third is also inI trouble and may send William ry Jones or A D James to Congre this fall unless something is done Time and again it has been relieved by lopping off counties on the upperI end to the Eleventh but ic dirt has been struck in that direction So it is proposed to put Butler in the fourth but the Democrat of the Fourth are not willing to risk Butler with Ohio which has of late become a thorn in their flesh So Ohio is to be dropped into the Second This is certainly a compl cation which calls for the best thought of the best Democratic leadership in the State at this time Whatever measure is finally agree upon to remedy these evils we submit that it is appropriate it should have inserted the emergency clause Time has been in Kentucky when under well define principles and able leadershipefforl were made to increase the crop of Democrats Now they depend entirely upon a judicious distributio of the old crop We hesitate to suggest what may happen in a few hU1mout 4SULPHUR SPRINGS Feb 20 People are terribly stirred up about the new county some of the best farmers are trying to sellout and leave on account of it Wm Dean S J Weller and Ver die Renfrow went to Frankfor Monday Messrs Claude Magan and Jess Duke will leavj for Illinois Wednes layThomas Black Hartford was in town Saturday Miss Dollie White was the guest if her sister Mrs W R Johnson last week Judge R Wedding and wife were in our community Sunday Rev J F Baker left last weel for Nashville Tenn where he wil pend a few days Miss Effie Mitchell spent Sunda with her cousin Miss Artie Duff Messrs Wayne Boswell and Jessi Duke visited their friend Clyde Ma gan Monday night Mrs Ada Acton visited Mrs dice Wedding Monday BEDA Feb 21lfiss Flora Baird who has been visiting relatives near Hartford for the past weak returnee home Sunday Misses Stella and Bessie Mills who have been teaching School at Bells tun and Eastview have returned home Mrs Louisa Tweddell Hartford was the guest of relatives here rom Friday until Monday Isaac Shown of the WashIngton neighborhood died Monday and was buried at the Shown graveyard uesdayHenry Bennett and son Letcher wcut to Hartford Monday Mr Cain delivered a very Interes Rheumatism constitutionalliseases painsinftamedI musclesbut it cannot be I applicationst i throughtheourse of the great medic- ineipodsSarsaparilla permanent y cured thousands of cases For testimonials or remarkable cures Una for Book on lUicumatlsm No1Co I Hood Co Lowell Masi I fi m m e n 4 + + + + + r oIfo + + fiaria GIGANTIC MONEY SAYING SALEOf Seven Days Commencing ToMorrow Feb 24 Till March 3 This is one of the greatest sensational bargain sales in the history of Hartford Jt moans ltont raising for un vi for you We must dispose of nil winter goods before the spring Benison sets in nod will do st REGARDLESS OF COST They are nil this seasons goods If there is anything like inducements then this sale will mark tho busiest week of the year Spring goods ara arriving daily and vo must liavo the room am will make a great sairifico of all Winter Clothing Shoes Dry Goods Furnishings Etc This is no odds am ends sale but the sale of our entire UptoDate Stock of Ladies and Mens Goods Quo lot of Mens Suits extra fine quality DoubleHreasted made of the best brand of Clothing on tho market fit guaranteed also satisfaction warranted will sell at such low prices that would astonish anyone who hus bought Clothing before Wo do not believe in quoting prices in sales because tho public has been deceived Ity prices quoted in different sales before Wo want you to come in and let us show you our good anti it will con vince you that wo tir- eUnderSelling any Other Sale Ever Brought Befoie the Public of Ohio County You uro invited to come whether you buy or not Wo will have extra salesmen to show you through Onelot of Mens Single Breasted Suits in all sizes patterns and colors made of very flue gttulityof goods will sell at amazing low pricesIOne lot of liens Suits in lower grade extra good make and suitable for anybody Will sell at prices that will save you money YERAT8 m SELLAND BELOW 8TALLstilEs ANDSIZESFORMENANDBOS- hoes 1 in nIl styles for Men Women and Children will go at prices that will enable you to save money Hats Shirts Underwear Neckties Hosiery Suspenders Odd Paints Collars Dry Goods and everything elso In- the house will be cut down to prices to suit anybody Special prices on Calico Factory Cotton Blccch Tobacco Cotton Etc This sale is for cash only No goods charged If You Want to SaMoneyN- ow Is Your Chance The Greatest MoneySaving Sale That Ever Occurred in Ohio County SAM BACH HARTFORD KENTUCKY esting lecture at the C P Church Sunday night I Clarence Shown who is attending School at Hartford visited his grand pdfrentsMr andJMrs W C Ambrose Saturday and Sunday- A Protracted meeting is in pro gress at Shinkle Chapel conducted by Rev Calvert of Nocreek I W G Bennett and daughterMiss Esther visited relatives at Hartford MondayJ I went to Owensbbro kIensBen Bennett who has been very ill is improvingThe E met here Saturday evening a large crowd was present and representatives from ClearRun Buford and Heflin delivered some I 4 very interesting addresses Messrs R L Paris and C K Car son left Monday for Oklahoma Sunday School will be organized at the C P Church in the near fu tureHenry Pirtle of near Hartford was in our town Monday Mr Cooper who is receiving to bacco here visited kis family at Beaver Dam last week Mrs Ambrose Miller is much improving at this writing Mrs S A Bennett is no +betterI NARROWS- Feb 21rWilie Lewellen left Tuesday night for Oklahoma Tarleton Loyd of Barrette Ferny and Miss Callie Shultz of this place were married hero Sunday Rev e y b I r Ci iii r Joseph Acton administered the sa cred riteIand Andy Crowe of this place went to Frankfort Monday to the delegation protesting the Jf the new county- Subscrlptfons creationII to the building the tobacco warehouse here have reached a point that insures the building dfvthe structure and th f articles of incorporation will be Ifiledin the County Court Clerks ofi Narrows ia in the ceri terof the largest tobacco growing community in Ohio county poeti cally every farmer being u tobacco grower and the location of a warehouse hetd particularly appro priate The house wlllbe 58x120 q Y feet four stories including the base ment which will be built of brick steamheatC C Carter of this place has two original land grants from the Commonwealth of Virginia signed by Gov Putric Henry The tracts conveyed lie on the north side of Rough Creek here and eachVgrant was for 2000 acresojie date Dec 2 1785 to Isaac Winston and the other 22 day of May 1786 to Wiljfam Meriwether The grants theCllpitatucky waS at that time a part The grants set fourth that the land con flrginia dom 1 iswell preserved VJ ha4ee AIfi fJt l ticf iun i l I Fairsi Ta k 1 I s TF To Workingmen b F f4 ii 4 We have secured the exclusive agency bit bit uw 43 for the celebrated line of Carhartts Over b- ails49 Jackets and Work Pants They are J- Jj here ready now for your inspection Su = 4 perior to any Work Pants in material U k 4i workmanship and wear bit tIlteed to give you satISfac tt4j money refunded When in need of a pair b h = come direct to us Found only in our jj- JJ U- f4 store bit j OUR SPECIAL PRICESU w = On Corduroy Pants Coats comforts = ti Blankets Winter Clothing Etc continue S tI one week longer Good values found jj- S every day in our 5c to IOc Basement b1 UtIl 4 Remember the Place r j f Hartford Republican v FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23 M- aJ nilnolsCentral RailroadTime Tablet R S Norlli non 1 No 132diuklonin r J No 1rln23011- ONo102d4 iim Month isenad- Nolf 1111 it m No 101 doe TW p ni So IM lf841 p IB =NOT1VKTIII RRlUnMlAN nil 1 print Irf olrnnrcr Memory NiilUrn Okllnnrlr Kmolnlion or RrnprM HtrInthe rmlrnl nl ISO words All ay1 that amonnt nerhorelornil- hrtol ir per word m+ li In ndrynre- Artlelrs In zrrss ot IBO weeds will bit cut down to rrqnlrnl Dolls nnlni rYIn neat with tnitnncrrlpt Poi X F tlry le a word In O Trjr Inunner Boneless cod fish at City Restaurant Ladles new Belts and Neckwear V at Fairs Fairs can show you their new spring silks- Highest cash prices paid for fury by Sam Bachs Fresh Oysters fish and celery at CityRestauranU v v E4Barn tt of ne don paid sflirts office a yjsit Monday Those oyster stews at City Restau rant are Ed good Try one jC Those steak meals at City Restau- ranty cant be beat Something fine Miss Mattie Tinsley Nocreek vis Jted Miss Emma E Park yesterday f x11 Bringyour furs to Sam Bach and Sget market price for tjjj f them of W If- r 7 R ffI I i lw 4l- Iti r vu 4If st i New spring Mattings and Oil- Cloths at Fairs The prettiest Embroideries are at Fairs Do your sewing You will find new spring Ging hams and Percals at Fairs Mrs Julia Wedding teacher i1 I the college is sick this week MrL T R Black Pinchico caller to see us while in town Tuesday Fon SALE A span of mules LARKIN WILUAMSBeaver IJust received splendid values in 5c at Long Cos Economy Store Before 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 tc Carson rCo Dont fail to see our India Linens on salenow Big values at Long S Cos Economy Store Miss Emma E Park presented her youngest brother Estill Yewel Parka fine gold watch the 15th Ask to see our new Val Laces Match Sets Excellent values at Long Cos Economy Store New line of Shirting Percales Best quality beautiful patterns beat Long Cos Economy Store Mrs Ida May Tappan and little somEstil Park Tappan are visiting her patents this week tfahies A Park and family 4 1 We are offering to school boys the chance Iofalife time to visit the 1J Gave 4y ai 1iIi F Ir 1l t Ii 100 1 See Fairs new line of White Goods for spring Vick Stewart Beda came to se us while here Monday Mr Vergie Cooper who has been sick for several weeks is no better 100 per yard buys a yard wide guaranteed Black Taffetta silk at Fairs Mr Harley Herrold of Morgar town visited Mr Vergie Cooper Sunday Miss Fannie Cox has returned from an extended visit to friends hi Owensboro Editor C E Smith and wife are visiting relatives in Crittenden cour1 ty this week Carrier H F Lowe made his initial trip over Hartford rural mail route No 2 yesterday For Scholarship in the Massey Business college of Louisville call at Tin REPUBLICAN office Miss Opal Hunley of Prentice is spending this week with lier cousin and family Mrs T M Taylor Bring us your Eggs Feathers Chickens Potatoes and country cured Bacon CARSON Co Why not take advantage of our low prices on Embroidery and White Goods and insertion sale to continue until Feb 134 CARSON Co WANTED Bright honest young man from Hartford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids la FOR SALE A scholarship in the Owensboro Business University a1so scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College Write us for pricesSeven school boys are going to the Mammoth Cave next fall at the exI pense of The Republican WANTED Men in each State to travel post signs advertise and leav of our goods Salary 7500I per month 300 per day for ses Co Dept S At1nsBlockI 27112 Chicago IIh The revival services now being conducted at the Methodist church are growing in interest RevMc Afee is an impressive speaker and any one who hears his appeals must be convicted that he Is a man of Goi ond thoroughly in earnest in his efforts to aid the people of this community Mrs Ida Pendleton widow of Dt John E Pendleton died fiere last Saturday morning Her remain vere taken to Memphis Tenn for curial She was a woman of splendid education and quite an artist The remains were accompanied by her daughter Mrs Tula Gumming and husband Have you fire insur once policy issued by New York or Philadelphia Underwriters C E Smith Soliting Agent HartforcMty The condemnation suit institute by the M H E R R is being heard in Judge Taylor courtThe jury is composed of the following good citizens W F Stevens Clint Park Robt Bennett H H Sinnett R A Stewart and B S Chamberlain The case will not be concluded be fore this afternoon The following Hartfordpeoplelef yesterday for Lokingtph Ky to at tend the Y M C A coriveption Dr E W Ford wife and children Messrs G B Likens Grossie Will iams NeY = Foster Raymer Tinsle and Marvin Moseley They will viII it Louisville and Frankfort during the trip Messrs Moseley and Will Iiams will vjsit Chester and Ceci Stevens before returning An enjoyable party was given foi the younger set at the residence of Mr and Mrs J C Riley last Fri day night Those present were Misses Mary Marks Annie Keown Sarah Keown Alice Keown Alma Riley Ruth Riley AliceTaylor Nel HeuWpodward Elsie Mathews Bes 1 sl e Collins Ozona Moseley anti ieVsrsOtto Martin Ney Foster RaymorTinsley J W Marks Wil l1le Riley Martin Thomas Seth Riley Joshua Fields Harrold and McIIen ry Holborook Louis Riley Franli Foreiiian Douglas Felix Byron Fos tcr rind Allison Barnett f 1 tt t f r Ijt lI Fairs have their new line of spring Mohair suitings Nicest line of fruits candies and cakes in Hartford at City Restaurant If you need a bale of hay or a bushelof Corn leave your order with Carson Co See our 125 value in yardwid Black Taffetta Silk for only 1 at Long Cos Economy Store The Republican 100 a year Louisville Daily Hearald 400 a year 1200 in advance gets bo h papers Leave your laundry at Cleve lIers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry 46tf We have effected new arrangements whereby we can furnish The Republican and the Louisville Daily Herald one year for200 For Sale 09 acres one mile West of Pleasant Ridge on the Andersonville and Pleasant Bridge road 45 acres is bottom land Price 90000 one thirdcash balance 1 2 3 4 5 6 years payments is desired SAMUEL JAMES Jr- Owensboro Ky Messrs H P Taylor C P Keown Jame3 DeWeese CM Crowe Row in Holbrook E M Woodward Hartford W S Dean Virgil Ren drow S J Weller W V Sproule Claude Renfrow Dundee Tom Coop er and Warren Taylor Cromwell J J Stewart Select 11 alkei Myrtle Dan Wilson Dr W L Lawless Horse Branch and C B Felix Olaton were among those who con posed a committee sent to Frankfort Monday to oppose the new county They made it clear to the I committee that no necessity exists for its creation and furthermorI produced proof positive that undo the survey the act would be uncon constitutional About 600 names on petitions filed in support of the measure were shown tobe fraudulent A 25000 to Loan at 6 Per Cent Oqjirst mortgage real estate BARNES ANDERSON Attys Hartford Ky RENDER Feb 20 Messrs J H Brown Ind David Wadkins of Central City I were here last Thursday- W H Collins Hartford was here last Friday Mrs George Edwards went to Rosine last Saturday Mr and Mrs It M Maddox spent the day in Olaton last Saturday Rosco Daves Leitchfield was her last Sunday Rev L P Drake Centertown riled his regular appointement here last Sunday Mr and Mrs McDowell Fair spent the day in Hartford last Sunday Miss Maude Howard Central City was the guest of Mr and Mrs G E Roll last Sunday Messrs Isaac Oser and Jno T Engleby spent the day in Louisville last Sunday visiting Mr Oseri relativesMr Mrs Chas Smith returns to their home in Indiana yesterday after visiting Mr and Mrs G W Baize for the past two weeks- S S Hoover Louisville was here yesterday Ed Mossbarger Cecilia was here yesterday I Rnea Armstrong Leitchfield wa here yesterday I Simon Jones waS in Taylor Mine pesterday 1 EdBarrass Sr and family movet from Taylor Mines to this place Such people are Welcome as They an good neighborsandcitizens CL Loney went to Madisonvilh today to hifive his eyes treated by Dr Baker Harry Bridges Louisville wa here today ROXEY Feb 20The infant child of Mr arwjle Rob Roy was burned to deathJecentlyiRey J H Embry failed to fill his regular appointment at Pleasan Hill Sunday on account of Quarterly meeting at Williams Mines I Our prayer meeting at Pleasant lill is progressing nicely Miss Chloe Rafferty Manda is t farlg her cousin Mattie McSheer thi eels Mi jj Josie Embry Rob Ro visit e difrjtnds and relatives at this plat otx a k 4 V Ij V E P Barnes Bro T I FURNITUREOne of Iho most essential elements that contrib ute to the comforts and happiness of home is good attractive substantial Furniture Good Bedsnice Dressers Chairs Rockers Mattresses Springs Safe Cupboards Folding Beds Folding Lounges and anything in the Furniture line you need We are acknowledged leaders in this lino and wo quote some very low prices on these goods We show nothing but Furniture of intrinsic value Evefry j Dresser is made of dependable oak every Glass is French bevel plate workmanship of every piece is positively guaranteed And it is your interest we consider as well as our own If wa satisfy you you will satisfy us by your patronage Visit our Furniture department and see our line Gigantic Overcoat Sale Owing to the fact that it is late in the season and wo do not want to carry over a single Over coat until next season we have decided to make a 20 per cent reduction sale on all Mens Boys and Childrens Overcoats We carry a strictly up todate firstclass line of Overcoats Materials and workmanship to all we recommend positively guarantee These coats were bought for this season Wo bonght very heavily but owing to the open winter we have plenty left to supply you with a coat you can use We propose to pay you to carry it ourselves Our loss is your gain If you have any idea of buying an Overcoat it will pay you to look our line over Sale opens Wednesday February 21 and lasts 15 days Beaver Darn f+ +++H+ +++ + tfi +f3f+++++4 +++4++++++ y+++++ 44 r BANK OF HARTFORD ICOFBPOIYAT D 19N2 Capital Stock 4OOOOOO i I Surplus I2 00000 Stockholders AddijIXiability 4OOOOQO x Securety to Depositors L 9200000V r I J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier FORDJItJNOCTHOMAS 4ri 4 Ft4k fP3 + tt+ +tt 41 I r Saturday and Sunday II L A Sandefur attended the Quarterly meeting at Williams Mines SaturdayI mand Bill Rafferty Manda visited relativesat this place Satur Sundaytand youngest daughter Goreri Cromwell visited her daughter Mrs Eliza Sanderfur I Sunday and Sunday night Loga Becki Manda was heroTues A d Ioootb Cj 01 11 fS 1V 14y t R JNO T ++1 MOOREDirectors i Ii rr+ J day evening Mrs L A Sanderfur of this place spent the day with her sister Mrs Anna Cooper of Cromwell MondayThe children with friends and relatives met the 20th at the home of J T Davis in honor of his 71st birthday A sumptuous dinner and picture making was theorder of the day J 1t n 1j4o 0 A NUTMEG NATIONAL BAN Story of How Young Man Started In Business on Almost Nothing and Was Successful How many wen have started in business on hot nlr kiting checks to even pay their months rent mil some of these very men have been successful and have made independent fortunes Then again how many have failed to make good Of the average American business men seven out of one hundred only are success ful the other ninetythree go to the wall But who ever heated of ana tional bank being started on ho air Uut one was started in si prosperous town in Connecticut and is now one of the most suc cessful in the Nutmeg State The head of the hank was a hustler who formerly hind been cashier of mother hank in the same place lint who on account of some dis agreement with the directors had resigned his position He knew every business tuna nail farmer of menus in the neighborhood and he was known by them in turn to be n very shrewd and trustwolthJlIIllItAfter 4 the original cashiership he resolved to start the new bank under a national charter with himself of course as cashier and the way he started it was unique and amusing When lie approached a person for a subscription to the stock of the new bank and the jMjrsou was in variably one whose credit was Al he first said Now my dear I boy I do not want a single dollar in cash from you all I wands your dote at three six and nine months And these he would let discounted at a Boston bank whictshjidiigj ed4efKr as the Boston correspondent of his bank With the proceeds of these notes the new bank would at once take out circulation and when the notes became due the bank would take them up and the mak ers would renew them as long as they pleased at the new bunk The scheme worked to a charm that cashier had no trouble in nego tinting the notes of the subscrib ers to the hank stock and with the proceeds at once purchased gOY ernment bonds and took out na tional bank note circulation so that when the notes for the bank stock fell due he had the cash on hand to pay them oil and to renew them for the makers at the newly started bank Each subscriber to the batik i stock too linding the project likely to be a success began to take personal interest and pride in the institution and not only deposited his own surplus funds In t it but induced neighbors and IICI quaintances to do lilawisetWithin two years the bank be gan to pay dividends and today l there is no more nourishing insti tutlon in Connecticut That blink was rhtuall started on and hot nhtOwnership of Extracted Teeth It is well known that a corpse Is IIcxtllcttlt know the point has not arisen iu the courts of this country At I Gera in Germany however it has i just been decided that the tooth still belongs to the 1111111 after it has left his jaw The dentist contended that II tooth evicted from occupancy with the full conS sent of its landlord became owner less and derelict and as the par titular tooth in question was curl ously shaped he proposed to keep it But the patient also wished to have it And the patient won Tall Mall Gazette Wheat Exports from Argentina Argentinas exports of wheat for the calendar year 1005 exceed mOOOOOO bushels compared with about 03000000 bushels iu 1001 which up to that time exceed ed all previous records The new crop which is about to be liar vested is expected to prove much larger than the last and exports for the coming year may reach i 130000000 bushels or so Evi dently that country is undergoing a rapid development tend may very soon piMiiiiiiiently supersede the relied States In the worlds grain trade See with Other Eyes About six months after the cer amoaya bride begins to wonder if V la f t a 1E4 Kher husband is really the man she ISRAEL PUTNAMS COURAGE Went Into Cave After Wolf Which Even Bloodhounds Had Refused to Follow Kills Animal In 1741 there nourished in the wilderness of eastern Connecti cut wiere now smile the trim WlndhllllliIas LyutrTewn tradition says true tiffs monster pursued travelers and on occasion ate children as children eat sweets slitta hardy young farmer named Is race 1utnam In the newfallen snow Israel and his neighbors tracked the beast to her hellacav ern deep long and narrow under the rocky hills Dogs were given the scent but declined combat even a savage bloodhound belong lug to Putnam turned tail Hut Israel I was a man of inflexible pur pose with nerves of uteri With a rope around his waist a torch in one hand and ah old Hint lock in the other he entered the cave himself In the further end of the dark winding passage lamed a pair of savage eyes There was a report of the old tlint lock a savage growl a last spring a humid to txphillJullItedrew out the wounded hero holding the dead beast by the throat Useful Animal Ox bones lave a considerable value The four feet of an ordi nary ox will make a pint of nealth foot oil The thigh Jioik is the most vahmljli being useful for Uttingiiito toothbrush handles The foreleg bones ire made into collar buttons and parasol han dies The water in which the hones are boiled is reduced to glue while the dust which conies frown sawing the bones is turned into food for cattle tend poultry IS TWO ANIMALS IN ONE Half a Chameleon May Be Wide Awake and the Other Asleep Eyes Independent To all appearances and accord ing to the researches of those best capable of fouling an opinion on I the subject the nervous centers iu one lateral half of the chameleon go on independently of those on the other and it hats two lateral routers of perception sensation and motion besides the common one in which must reside the fac ulty of concentration says Sci entific American The eyes move independently of one another and convey separate impressions to their respective centers of perception The conse quence is that when the animal is agitated its movements resemble those of two animals or rather I wlHhtsltoconcordance of action I The chameleon therefore is the I only four legged vertebrate that unable to swim it becomes so frightened when dropped into wu ter that all faculty of concentra lion is lost and time creature turn bees about as if in a state of in toxication When a chameleon is undis turbed every impulse to motion is referred to the proper tribunal and the whole organism nets Iliac cordance with its decrees maybeawake on the other Cautiously approach it at night with a candle so as not to awaken the whole an final at once the eye turned toward the light will open begin to move and the corresponding side to change color whereas the other side will remain for a longer or shorter tiiIIehtn torpid motionless cad uncharged state with its eye fast shut Abraham Lincoln Ibllndnlplila Inquirer Almost one hundred years have passed since there was born in a logs cabin in Kentucky a babe with ap pearently little hope offuture promi nence even in a republic where human being has n chance It everyI likely that there will ever be a repe l tition of circumstances which would make an Abraham Lincoln possible nor is it to be exp cteil that human ty will produce many uch specimens with the jxitentialkis contained in p f t a The Cause of Many I Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In tht country most dangerous because sodn dis live Many suddci deaths aro caused bj itheart disease pneumonia hear failure or apoplex arc often resut of kidney disease It kidney trouble Is to advandet kldneypoisonec blood will attack the vital organs or the kidney themselves break down and waste away cell ty cell I Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure 11 i obtained quickest by a proper treatment ol the kidneys If you are feeling badly yoc I can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers Swanlp Root the great kidney liver and remedyIt to hold urine and scald ing pain in passingIt and overcomes th unpleasant necessity of being compelled to manytimesextraordinary effect of Svam Root Is soon wonderfulSwamp Root Is pleasant to take and sold ol1edoll1fSIZeC1I l have a sample bottle of this wonderful new covery and a book that anoramn k CnI Binghamton N Y When writing mention paperDontthe name SwampRoot Dr Kilmer BinghamtonN them The longer humanity studies the career of Abraham Lincoln the more it stands amazed at what the man ac complished This feeling is not con fined to America but extends to the whole civilized world It is hardl possible to penetrate any rJIUtOIlI of the most meagie sort without find 1b that the impression of the Kentuckian has been for powerful good Even in the heart of Africa the name of Lincoln is known while other men of more fame in certain directors are never heard of youngstiantjthe goal It is easy to say that it was the work of Providence but we all know that Providence has a way of wprking through human agencies in a most mysterious way We suppose that no one will deny that the success of Lincoln was due to the fact that he was dominated by moral ideas He was no Calvinists nO Puri tan no stickler for conventional ideas or expressions He had his mind set upon a cast and he never failed to risk the hazard of the die That he is commonly known as the friend of the negro is apt to hurt his tame He was the particular friend of no class no raceorsect He how el humanity in the large He had no prejudices except in favorof liberty He had no antagonisms ex cept against all evil doers He simply refused to make fish of one and flesh of another and fowl of a third sort of human beings Washington was an American aid in many respects he has no rival in the affections of the American peo 3 pie but the warmest admirer of the J Father of his Country must admit that he was not so much a native product as a result of British forces turned to American uses No com parisons are necessary but on this natal day we all feel that we are bet ter in every sense because Abraham Lincoln lived and worked and died for his country v Partisan Politics Nearing End UntnilCUv 1lr ublfiin The elections in Kentucky last Nevember while the most fradul ent in the history of the State if all reports be true will not be without its influence for good When a peo ple become so thoroughly wedded to a politician party that they vill vote for a yallardog in perfer ence toany one of an opposite party it is necessary to resort to heroic measure in order to open their eyes to the dangers they are hastening their own interests into The rank and file of the Democratic party no more sanction the frauds prepetrated all over the state and ratified by the State Legislature than do the Republicans who have been swindled out of their just rightsThe history of all political parties that as they become powerful they become corrupt the more pow erful the greater the carruptiorr andInot asleep but wide awake to all that pertains to their material interests Soon they will arouse from their apparent lethargy and fury deep in oblivion the party grafters t 4 I y 1Tt r who have been fattening on tlerere dulity and party fealty Mr Lincoln never uttered a more cogent aphor j iim than when he said You can j all of the people part of the time Iand part of the people nil the time you cant fool all the people alii the time Partisan politics natur ally drift into the control of bosses Iwho construct a machine to carry ishas a In the strain put upon it was too great I and it will never harvest another crop As it was inOhio and Penn sylvania not a cog wheel or even the hopper will be left Mr Taggart has been ousted the will of the peo pie set aside every Repuplican in the State whose election is contest Iicd by a Democrat may be ousted if so it will but show the desper ate means the corrupt leaders of the Democratic party will resort to SolvedI attacks of biliousness and habitual consti DriMagnollIaguaranteed to give perfect satisfac rlion to everybody or money refund sled Only 25c at Z WayneTirinin Bros 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worn by Miss Itoosevelts mother an wan the full of laee which edge the yoke trod which conipletex the elbow sleeves Her travllnj drex of tan broad cloth trimmed In velvet chiffon nod Foutnche brnld In also n prlnccx model A HtrlkltiK yellow untln evening gown severely plain with a pointed bodice Ins nn effective dcslRii of sliver span Kles outlining the low corsage and the bnttom of till skirt A fetihfiiK little dinner gown of pom padour ellk Is ono of the prettiest CHIKHSB MANDARIN COAT NOW BO MUCH IN voaus gowns In the wedding outfit This ex ijulHlte silk with Its delicate pastel shades Is one of the most popular of the uprlng fabrics Another dinner gown Is n black net over taffeta with n full skirt pad el how sleeves Icrhnps the most unique article of MUs llooscvelts trousseau Is nn ex iiulxltc him tinbroldered Japanese tea gown made from n shawl presented to her by the empress of Japan Among her negligees she also numbers several Chinese coils and Inpaneso kimonos cplcndld with rich silk und gold em broidery lids craze for the oriental hind quite ca pinred feminine fancy and the most gorgeous Japanese klmouos Chinese mandarin robes und the short three quarter Chlnesp coats hand embroider Ill In gold and brilliant silks ranging In price from 120 up Into the hundreds lIe In great demand They have even been pressers Into service us opera coats and at the theater their rich col oring stands out lu artistic relief among the while gray and more somber lined conventional theater wraps Thu Chinese coat shown In the sketch READ THIS Hopkinsvilte Ky Juno 7 1901 This is to certify that 1 was troub led with kidney and bladder diseases for three years and found nothing to releave me until I tried the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery which has given me positive relief and J think a permanent cure JAS M HIPKINS A TEXAS WONDER small bottlo of Texas Wonder tOne Great Discovery cures all kid emlsIjtism of tho kid j nays and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble I in children If not sold by your onjrecciptofI is two months treatment and seldom fails to cure any of tho above- mentioned Sold by all druggists DrE W Hall sole manufacturer 0 box 629 office 2031 Olive Street St Louis Mo elnlJolntelYhlllliledging It ls of old blue shinies of silk and gold threads on n lighter blue ground finished with n narrower white baud twittered with tiny pink and green Mowers It ix fastened at tho neck marl at the right side with tiny gold Imttoim and frogs of red allk cord nod U lined with white china nllk While this ID quite nil expensive crea lion Its simple shape renders It de fortionesilk apilliicd or hand embroidered or of soft and artistic Japanese crepe the clever home dressmaker can fash Ion a stunning neglfgeo at small ex pense It I + In thin new Jewelry accessories and bundles however that oriental art reigns supreme One sees the most fascinating y beautiful back combs belts necklaces bracelets lull rings richly enameled and carved In Arabian Persian Chinese Kgjrptlun and Syrian IsqlllMltllyhenlltlrlll shopper seldom can resist their charm Kvcn my ladys toilet table revels In the mysterious cold creams powders perfumes and soaps of the orient cud leer HKHlmi Mnreeled locks give out the subtle scout that wax perhaps part of the toilet if Homn beauteous Egyp tine princess thousands of years ago Our renders may hnyo Any question ronerrnlnR fnnhlon or fabrics answered by HIMIO Dvraux the fashion expert by nddmolnic Hflie Doveraux 1 O cox JC9 Mndlsiii Square New York Inching stomp rem repl- yDiscouraging Quest for Capital I One of Pittsburgs bank presi dent is a friend and most unassu ming benefactory of ambitious young men He is sympathetic when list I ening to cases which merit encoura I gement but can also dismiss an inter viewer with admirable abruptness- A youth on one occasion entered the bankers office and jovially announced that he intended going to college He intimated that a little assistance in the matter ef obtain ing a scolarship would be a most I convenient asset with which to start on his career HAnd to what profession do you aspire questioned the president graciouslyI give up asserted the young man boldly until I am privileged to place after my name the letters D D L L D i The banker turned in his chair and intimated that the interview was at an end by saying tersely A capital idea sir but but one entirely bejond the resources of tHis bank All oldtime CoughSyrups bind the bowels Thisis wrong Anew 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 relie yes coughs colds croup and whoop ing cough etc Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Electricity From the Sky A late attempt to getelectric pqw er from the atmosphere is credited to M Michkin a Russian A kite was sent up from a mountain near Novo Alexandria when it had risen a little above 100 feet sharks began to appear in the collecting apparatus at the rate of every three to five sec onds soon changing to a con tinuous stream A motor was then driven by a pressure of 22000 volts for an hour stopping for an interval when the winds fell The motor reached a speed of 4700 revolutions- per minute and it was concluded that loftier with a motor designed for higher pressure could supply considerable power In Self Dofonso Major Hamm editor and manager of the Constitutionalist Eminence Ky when he was fiercely attacked four ofBueklenssays It cured me in ten days and no trouble since Quickest healer of Burnes Soros Cuts and wounds 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore l Up to Her Maiden LadyYou are sure the parrot wont pick up any swear IDen1ett1pt unless you drop them manm oAST oxtx v Bean thelie Kted YOU Hale Atajs 803 8igtutare a Singular Accident The Jackson Sun relates a singula- rnccidentvhich occurred recently near franklin Tenn A poplar tree was cut down on the MaGavock farm anda tenant on the place put a stick oft1e wood on the fire in his a t STRONG Again what Mrs Lucy oYaIllofTiltona after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds othsrwsA women being restored perfect bealth by this rsm ady YOU may wtUifyouwmtaki H- Indlgeitloncauiii nearly the sick sees that Tromia have dtprint the system nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs digest and assimilate the wholesome food that maybe eaten nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol curse indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risingsbelchingheartburoandaU stomach disorder Digests What You Eat DUSwnikdasMUrn trial e ratsta It S said of ors I to II I tx all It of to to all of It rnprM at the Lab eCuta eDeWn- ta VIL I Mold by Z WAYNE URUWINI STAMPED CUSHION TOP 44cI r Cushion Special From Our Art Embroidery Department Stomped Cushion Top on green art material design Is coiled My Little Canoe H Is stomped so plainly that cviii u Leglnnerhs the art of embrold ery can successfully work up the design Tho price of stamped top Includ lug back la only 44c postage 9c Two dozen skeins of silk In shades of green null pluk are required to embrold er the cushion either silk cord and tassel scrim silk or satin milling will finish off the cushion very effectively We sell this cushion completely em broidered and finished with satin ribbon ruffling at 1300 PRICKS OF EMBROIDERY SILKS CUSHION TRIMMINGS ETC Wash Embroidery Silks In skeins with paper holders Including IMlo Ro man Caspian Rope and Mount Mel lick Silk price per skein 4c per doz en He- Twist Silk per skein 3c per dozen 33c Cushion Top Trimming three yards long tassel on each cud made In silk mid mercerized qualities In nil popular shades prices 20c 30c 40c and ODe Silk Ioopsprlce 49c x Scrim Ruining sufficient for one cushion price 40c Our 600 paso Spring and Summer cata logue on encyclopedia of New York fash Ion and household supplies will be ready In March Sent free on request Write for It note Make me of the low prices and save money Address Boom 201 R H MACY a CO BROADWAY NEW YORK erosionhouse when a took place painfully injuring a little negro I wags found to be a shell which was fired by the Federals at the battle of Franklin fortyone yeli1JagO and which had lodged in the tree without exploding A man who once had rough horny hands made them soft and smooth I with Witch Hazel Salve but he used the genuine that bearing the name E C DeWittCo Chicago For Bores boils cuts burns bruises etc it has no equal and affords almost immediate relief from blind bleed ingitching and protruding Piles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin R Bro f Cumbeland 1 e 1ANDIhtrea nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone In my residence and place ol business My business has Increased and my wifes voice Is newel heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good seivice and gentlemanly competition ArE PATH Mgr Ohio County Clrcolt Court TF Ulrkhtad Judge Den D WDKO Attorney Oscar MMkltf Jailer Ed 0 Darrnei Clerk Frank L Felix Slaater Com mli lonerY L MoicleyTroiteeJnrjrFcnd R + n Martin Bherlff Hartford Depotjr Bherlfl B A llratcher L P Crowdrr E II Magan Jo 11 Roberta 7CoDrtcanTen flrit bloc day la March and August and continue three weekaand third Monday ID May and NOTDlbvrItwo week- sCoantjCoartW O Taylor Judge Tln lryClerkE MWoodward Attorney W8Ifold JWCourt conrenc lint Monday moathlCourt of Clalma Conrene fl ret Monday Janfnary Tuesday alter aecond Monday In O Other Offleera N Mozley Surreyor oberIH W Leach Aaaeaaorllob IloyJome 1CoronerJlatoN Barraia Dearer Dam March 24 Jane 23 I September 24 December 24 W P Miller Hone DranchMarch 28 June 23 September 25 December 24- W 8 Dean DundeeMarch 27 Jane 26 Sep ember 20 December 27 W R Edge FordaTlllo March 28 Jon 27 September 27 Decent ber 28- D 8 Chamberlain Deda March 21 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Absolutely Pure A GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER It makes the most delicious and healthful hot breads R biscuit andcake FREE FROM ALUM LIME OR PHOSPHATIC ACID Alum baking powders arc unhealthful Do not use them for raising food under any circumstances So detrimental are alum x baking powders considered that in most foreign countries their come this dangerous acid while in the District of Columbia Congress has prohibited the sale of all food that contains alum Alum baking powders are sold to consumers at from 10 cents a pound to 25 ounces for 25 cents or 25 cents a pound z and when not branded may generally be distinguished by their price Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23 THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources CoantryBrfefiItems The Russian Cabinet is said to be on the verge of disruption w ft Mr Longworth and bride are spending their honeymoon in the orange groves of Cuba The County Unit local option bill is thought has been put to sleet F by the Democratic Senators at Frankfort 44 John A McCall until recently President of New York Life Insur IanteCompany died an Lakewood- N J last Sunday Every State in the Union except three are represented in the Con gress on Uniform Divorce Laws now in session in Washington City 4 Edward I Peck of Saginaw i Mich a wealthy lumber dealer fell l from a fourth story window at the Seelbach Hotel in Louisvile and was instantly killed- Congressman II Smith has declined- to again make the race for Congress in the fourth district knowing the State machine will fight him The t field is now clear for Senator Ben Johnson of Nelson county We are going to take seven school boys of Ohio county to the Mammoth Cave without cost to them COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE Feb20Health is good in this community at the presentIMiss Savah Pirtle is visiting in this communityMiss Smith Beaver Dam visited Mrs J J Jackson Saturday and Sunday bits J p Coleman spent Saturday with Mrs jLAllen Mis Prudie 11n of the Concord iletghlohoodisspendingafewdayswith Misses Orpha Stevens Opal and l Mabel Hunley visited in Hartford Saturday and Sunday r Rev Ci IV Gordon happened to a very painful if not serious accident last week by falling out of his tobacco factory while rehanging tobacco He is getting along as wet as could be expected at the present Missses Bettie Ollie and Minnie Wise have typhoid fever but are all getting along nicely Mr and Mrs J E Curtis of ne r Hartford visited friends and relatives in this neighborhood last week The entertainment by Mr am I Mrs T R Black last Saturday nigh was highly enjoyed by all present I REYNOLDS I Feb 19I C Royal wife and son were the guest of J W MaddoI and family Sunday i Miss Nova Royal was the guest of Miss Viva Royal Sunday Mrs T P Royal and children Law resce and Delia visited their uncle Prof J S M Royal and family Sat- urdayI night and Monday I Mrs J R Evans and son were the guests of Miss Viva Royal Thursday Mrs W D Pryor and Mrs Sarah Lewallen of Sugar Grove were guest of Mrs Nona Fuqua Saturday I Tarlton CrowSugar Grove visited his daughter Mrs J H Evans this week BUFORD IFeb 21Miss Verda Holbrook is her sister Mrs Charley Tichenor of Nuckols this week R L Paris Kit Carson and Tichenor left for Oklahoma today John Blair and wife visited the son W N Blair and wife of Go- shen Saturday night returning Sunday B F Graves and F 11 Hoover went to Centertown last week- J S Chinn of Beda visited his sister Mrs Mary Newton Monday C L Field and wife and Jim Field and wife of Owensboro visit ed their mother and sister here the second Sunday- C W Hussey of Owensboro vis ited friends and relatives here the second Saturday and Sunday Seth and Lawrence Riley and Den nie Blair have sold their tobacco this week for 7 7 and 2 Mrs Will Lyons is on the sick list this week Mrs R C Hudson is convalescent Seamour Kirk little son of Mr Jack Kirk has had a vcrybad case of pneumonia fever is better but not yetMr Henderson a log buyer of Owensboro is here measureing his logs bought of R L Parris and Luther King 4 ROYi I will tell you our pets Brother and I have a little pet lamb a L to1dSyr its name is Nicholas Longworth It i a mighty sweet pet we have a littlE puppy and his name is Trusty ware teaching him some tricks I had a little white hen and a goose W have silt dolls their names are Mal Lillian Cessie Roy Sammie an Bertha Since I wrote you last our star route has been discontinued Mr Rains and his son have boon carrying the mail for fivo years failed only one day we regret to give then up as they were accommodating and The rural free delivery is serving u nowMiss Reulo Leach visited Mis Mary Taylor last week Mrs Catherine Liles and son Stanley visited Mr and Mrs J C Wilson this week JINGO Feb 1SEditor REPUBLICAN As I have not seen any thing in you valuable paper from Jingo for sometime I thought I would sentJ a few itemsThe A S of E at this place is prol gressing nicely Mrs Iva Cox is on the sick list H C Deaver and wife were the guests of S H Weller Sunday Wilber Vance of this place wa very badly hurt in falling from a barn last Tuesday Charlie Deaver who hae been sicl for the past week is no better- SMALLIiOIIS R E Eudaily and Jess Boone Ceralvo were in midst Friday night the guests of Mr Fred Boon C P Morris was the guest of Robert Hunter Friday nightI0 W Overhults went to HartfordI Satur He will leave tana WednesdaIly hurt from a fall last week is but little if any better John Morton was the guest of relatives near Greenville from Fri day till Sunday Miss Lucy Withrow was the guest of Mr and Mrs T L Withrow Central City the latter part of the weekMrs Zack Hocker died at her home near here of consumption am her remains were laid to rest in the I Reid burying ground last Wed ned day Wayne Overhults went to Rock port Monday Rev McConnell Beaver Dam fill ed his regular appointment at Equal SundayMessrs Herman Addington am Tom Drake went to Central Cit I Monday Charier Robertson and wife and Misses Kate and Nell Robertson Godman Ky were at Smallhous I MondayMisses Alice Fulkerson Lucy I Withrow Ethel Hunter and Mr John Morton attended the weddinji of Miss Fannie Davis and Mr John Staples which occurred at the Bap tist church at Central City last Sun dayMiss Ethel Hunter returned home Monday from a visit of several days to her friend Miss Fannie Davis ir Central City Alva Calloway Charlie Overtor and S T Hunter went to Hartford TuesdayWill Render F Jahn Nel son and Miss Josie Boon Ceralvo were the guests of Fred Boon and wife recently Geo Lewis and wife wore the guests of relatives in Central City SaturdayMesdames Essie and Mabel Nail Island were the guests of Mrs Jno Barnard recently Miss Oma Maddox was the guest of her sister Mrs Jesse Hill last weekMr Miller and family have rented- a farm of Mr Wm Addington and moved to same from Owensboro NOCREEK Feb 20Bro Calvert filled his regular appointment at this place SundayJ Foster returned home Sunday from Elizabethtown where he went to attend a stock sale He purchased some thoroughbred cattle Bqrn to the wife of Joe Johnson the 15th a fine boy Joe is all smiles Mother and child doing well Dr Miller was the attending physician Wayne Pirtle is no better Mrs B S Chamberland went Tc Hartford Tuesday John Webb visited his brother Hayden Sunday Miss Fannie Bates Pleasant Ridge visited her sister Miss Pearl Bates VocreekSundayb N Harden Baird was in our neigh borhood Monday He took dinner f 1 r Ns Greatest Subscription T Proposition Ever Offered Louisville Daily Herald 400 per year Hartford Republican 100 Regular 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 new ones All you have to do is to pay your subscription to TIlE REPUBLICAN to February 1 1907 and 100 in addi tion and get the splendid newspaper the Daily Herald for one year Address all crdert to THE REPUBLICAN with L H Webb Messrs Howard and Johnson joined our local A S of E Satur IdaAs night there has not muoh Equity from Nocreek in the paper lor- i some time I thought I would try I and write something for our local I we are progressing nicely Last Sat urday night was our regular meeting i I there were quite a number pres ent But the weather being so bad a great many stayed at think the farmers should be encourI aged for the good the A S I has already accomplished in two I years of its existence and the great er good that needs to be and that I might be acsomplished if wo could only induce all farmers to unite with i us is our efforts to promote cur own and the public welfare Some outsider I may ask in this question do you think you derive enough benefit I from the A Sof E to pay for the trouble and expense In reply we I should say the principles of the order are right andall farmers should be long to the A S of E whether we ourselves derive any direct benefit or not But let us now talk about its advantage to the farmer in aI principal way for I think the surest I way to reach all people is through their pocketbook that sounds hard but is it not truth and bible truth too for does the bible say be delighted in business not slothful and does judgmentI affairs But do we is the question in the matter of the work of sow ing reaping and harvesting we do but when the grain is garnered and the stock ready for market do we have any voice in saying how much it is worth or what we should re ceive in return for our land and our labor no some ono else sets the price and says how our products must be weighed and sold We have no voice in the matter the board of trade sets the price gambling on the products of the farmers labor But does the farmer derive any ben efit no indeed we never hoar of a grower of grain receiving a million or two from the rapid rise in the price of his grain it is always some one who never sowed reaped or thrashed a bushel of grain in his life I His acquaintance reaches no farther than the stock exchange The same may be said of other crops and our I livo stock how many stock buyers are there within a radius of ten miles they never raise feed or care a hoof Yet they live from the sale of the same getting there living off the farm so to speak Have farmers not brains enough to send their stock to market shall we ownI in this way Our American the backbone of the nation if they are endangered by the increasing power of monopoly isjt not time to pause and look over the situation promise cannot do much nor can one Ibcalbut the united effort otalay sweep great evils front our q slavery was swept f it 8r fee FREE TRIP TO- MAMMOTH CAVE Offered By The Republican to CountyIi Our Readers Will Name the Mosti Popular Boy in Each Magi 4isterialHow 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 land as one of the seven wonders of the world Doubtless many of our readers have been embarrassed when in other Statesthey were asked to describe the wonderful Kentucky Cave and were compelled to admit to the utter astonishment of the questioner 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 MagisterialItrip free of charge accompanied by one of the editors OUR PLANEvery school boy in Ohio county who was not less than 12 nov more than 20 years old January 1 1906 will be entitled to be voted for The candidate receiving the largest number of votes cast for any one in his district will be entitled to the trip Every candidate must reside in the district from which he is named and the right is reserved to withdraw the offer in any district from which only one is nominated Every years subscription to TilE REPUBLICAN of 100 whether arrears or advance will entitle the subscriber to 10 votes and six months subscription to 5- 1L 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 elligiblo as a candidate Per sons sending votes by mail will please cut out and use the following ballot TBE DJSTRJCTSThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows DISTRICT No IEast and West Hartford East and West Beaver precinctsI Select Arnold Rosine and Horse IDISTIUCT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olnton and Magan vot ing precincts DISTRICT No 4East and West Fordsville Etnaville Shreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts DISTRICT No 6Beda Heflin Buford and Bartletts voting precincts DISTRICT No G Centertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts IDISTRICT No 7North and South Rockport McHenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts CAYEII cast this ballot of votes ForrCeagelbIJ 12 anti 20 yeara I v t I District No s Precinct sj 1 4 1 Signed t 1 J Fs t 11 i viV4 Address jfevVvS e t t 4f t J Vv wi X State LCountY t I