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Digital page images are linked to the text file. kL artrb ftqubllcanu Fine Job Work a Specialt3 IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL YVIII HARTFOIIDOHIO COUNTYIY FRIDAY MARCH 161906 No 35 CALEB POWERS LOSES jjupreme Court Decides Tha it has no Jur isdiction Now But can be Reviewed on writ of Error From Kentucky Court ot Appeals Washington March 12Cale Powers who is charged with bemg an accesory before the fact in the murder of William Goebel must have his next trial in a State Court Tins is the decision of the United State Supreme Court which was hande down today The opinion was prepared and read by Associate Justic Harlan himself a Kentuckian win is familiar with the circumstance attending the prisoners heroic struggle for freedom StateaDistrict Judge Cochran was not warranted under the Constitution In transferring tho case from the State Court to his court and thus sustained the contention of the Commonwealth Thus Powers will have his fourth trial before a local court Justice Harlans opinion is a lengthy one and in the allusion to the claim of the prisoner that it haa been impossible for him to obtuii a fair trial in the locality where the prosecution is pending Ilesaid Indeed the suggestion is that there was a deliberate purpose on the part of those charged with the administration of Justice in that locality to take his life under the forms of law even if tho facts did not establish his guilt of the crim chargedIt true that looking alone at the case as made brtbepetihn for t removal the trials of the Accuse make an exhibition of misconduc tbon the part of the administrative officers connected with those trial which may well shock all who love justice and recognize the right oC every human being accused of crim to be tried according to law e Further the case as made by the record it must be conceded tends to show if it does not justify the belie that administrative officers having connection with the trial of the ac cused had it in mind at each trio to exclude from the jury so far as it was possible to do so every per son however competent who belong ed to the same political party as the accusedThe Supreme Court however points the way to Powers for finally bringinghis case before it upon a writ of error and doubtless the prisoners counsel will avail themselves of the suggestion thus offered On this phrase of the situation Justice Har Ian said 4The accused is not deprived of to have his rights of whatever nature which are secured or guaranteed to him by the Const Uition or laws of the United States fully protected by a Federal Court But it is said that the action of the trial court in refusing to quash the indictment or the panel of petit ju rors although the motion to quash was based on Federal grounds can not under the laws of Kentucky bi reviewed by the Court of Appeals the highest court of that Common t wealth If Ite law of Kentucky as declarelf by tho tntutes and by the Court of Appeals of that Conr mQnwealth then after the case is dls- Mposedof by that court by final judg 1 ment a writ of error can run from this court to tho trial court as the highest court of Kentucky in which u decision of the Federal jquestior could be had and this court event upon writ of error reviewing in the final judgment of the trial court can exercise such jurisdiction in the case on may be necessary tot vindicate any right previlege or immunity specially set up or claimed under the constitution and the laws ofof the United States and in respect which the decision of the trial court is made final by the local law that is it may reexamine the judg h I LL e ment of the trial court so far as it Involved the Federal right privilege or immunity assured and denied Looking at the object of section 709 revised statutes it must be held that this court has jurisdiction up on writ of error to reexamine the final judgment of a subordinate i State court denying a Federar righ specially set up or claimed if unde local law that court is the highes court of the State entitled to pass upon such claim of Federal right Bogus Letter Chain Editor REPUBLICAN Please pub lish in your paper that the chain system of letters sent out bone Miss Maggie Cummings asklr for a donation of five cents to build a Kaptist church at Carlisle Ky and to write a letter each to two friends asking them to do the same is a fraud The Baptist have a nic house of worship there arid the above name is factitious as writes a pet son in the Western Recorder fror that town REV L P DRAK- ECentertown Ky COLORED CHURCH BURNED Citizens Turnd Out in Large Mum bers to Guard Otber Proptrty Last Sunday morning as the church hell was summoning peopl to the eleven oclock service fire wa discovered in the roof of the colored Baptist church which way situate in what is known as White Settle ment in East Hartford Attempt were made to extinguish the flame but they had reached such propor tions that it was impossible Daniel King and Ed Russell who went up on the roof for tho purpos of thro Aing water 01 the flames war cut off from all means of escape am came near losing their lives but wer saved at the last moment by the prompt action of four strong mer in lifting a ladder which was too short to reach the lower edge of the roof up to them A large crowd gathered in and all damage to other buildings was pre vented although the roof of the cottage of Mrs Barretts caught fire twice from sparks blown fron the burning building TtylorShultz On Sunday night March 4th at the Christian church at Wysox Mr Hubert Taylor and Miss ZilphaShultt were united in marriagb by Rev John P Tuck The ceremony was beautifully performed A large crowd was present They were attended by Prof Charles Wilson and Miss Argent Shultz Mr Hall Elliott and Miss Audrey Taylor The bride was robed in pure white a fit emblem o1 her pure and gentle life The groom in the usual black He is sober and industrious she is good and beautiful and their many friends join in all good wishes for their hap pin ss and prosperity A FRIEND On the Firing Line C Ioulerelieilereidl Republicanism in Kentucky is largely strengthened by the returr of Hon C M Barnett to the journ alistic table To Col Barnett the Republicans of Kentucky owe a debt of difficult repayment In every posi tion that he has filled Mr Barnett has been a credit to his party and to the state In his journalistic sphere as editor of TILE HARTFORD REIUB LICAN he will prove a tower of strength to the old fashionedstyle of Republicanism that did things for the party and for the State a Senti nel fearless and incompatible of the deposit of Republican faith handed down by Lincoln Grant and Mc Kinley to be jealously guarded by Theodore Roosevelt Have you fire insur ance policy issued by New York or Philadel phia Underwriters C E Smith Soliting Agent Hartford Ky IN CIRCUIT COURT Important Notes Gathered Sine Our Report Last Week- Commonwealth vs M C Skaggs charged with carrying concealed a deadly weaponplea of guilty ant fined 25 and ten days in jail sen tence suspended for 60 days Commonwealth vs Cleve Herrel charged with manslaughter verdic of jury not guilty 1401 Commonwealth vs A J Bayne charged with selling liquo to a minorverdict of jury guilt and fined 50 4202 Commonwealth vs A J Bayne selling liquor to minor verdict of the jury guilty and fined 50Commonwealth vs James Burden Nos 4232 4299 and 4328 judgmen suspended to May term Commonwealth vs Ella Dickinson charged with murder verdict of jury guilty and punishment fixed at 21 years in the penitentiary Messrs David Miller Herbert A B Tichenor Matanzas and C M Taylor Beaver Dam have beer chosen as jury commissioners Comth vs Pat Gallagher charg ed with grand larency released on 1 his own recognizance for his appear ance at the next May term of court Comth vs J C Hall jury returned verdict to the effect that defendant is of unsound mind Comth vs Guy Chinn charger with cutting in sudden heat or pas sion jurys verdict not guilty Comth vs Dee Render drawing a pistol on another verdict of jury not guilty Comth vs Luther Smith at tempting rape on girl under twelve years of age charge reduced to assault and by agreement fine fixed at 200Comth vs Wade Park charges with stealing chickens hung jury The grand jury returned the lot lowing indictments in addition tc those we reported last week 1 against Guy Faught forgery 1 against James Monarch and Pat Gal lagher charged with grand larency 2 against Henry Landrum selling liquor to a minor 1 against Henry Landrum selling liquor to an in ebriate 3 against J S Young selling liquor to a minor 1 against A V Leach charged with uttering a forged writing 1 against A V Leach uttering a counterfeit note 1 against Ernest Wilson Henry Stewart and Jack Allen for gaming 1 against Jake Halloway carrying a concealed weapon 1 against Charles Willoughby furnishing liquor to a minor I against R W Ragland furnishing liquor to a minor 1 against Ab Morrison selling liquor to a minor 1 against Wade Parks stealing chickens 1 against Leo Duke discharging firearms on public highway 1 against F D McNally furnishing liquor to minor 1 against Lee Hall carrying conceal ed weapon 1 against Wm English drawing a weapon on another 3 against V 0 Ranney furnishing liquor to an inebriate 1 against Luke Taylor selling liquor unlaw fully 2 against Leslie Hines same offense 1 against Loren Crowe concealed weapon 1 against Wm Burgess and Cliffie Burgess crime of incest 1 against Ray Crowe Ray Combs Loren Crowe and Jack Hale breach of peace 4 against Wm Hatler unlawfully selling liquor 1 against Willis Peach concealed weapon 1 against David King same offense 1 against Dec Ren der same offense 1 against Eck Ruckcr same offense 1 against Ebb Allen furnishing liquor to a minor 1 against V 0 Ranney sell ing liquor to inebriate 1 against Robt Rowe disturbing a lawful assembly 1 against Eck Rqcker discharging a pistol on apublic high way 1 against Luther Smith attempting to commit rape r Was Cultured and Loved In reporting the death of Mrs Samuel H Heavrin mention of lJv r l17I which appeared in last weeks RE PUxllCAN tho Louisville Post pay the deceased the following high tributeMrs Stella Rothchild Heavrin one of the best loved young mat rons in the city passed away this morning at her home 2321 First St Her death is one of unusual pathos as it was just three months ago tha she became a bride She had been ill ten days of peritonitis Mrs Heavrin was the daughter of Joseph Rothchild a prominent business mat ofOwensboro She was one of he most cultured woman of trfJuisvilK having been educated in France Her school career was one of dis tinction and she was graduated with unusual honors receiving a diploma from the government She was married on December 6 1905 to Dr Samuel H Heavrinwhi is identified with the Louisville College of Dentisrty- Besides her husband Mrs Havrir is survived by two brothers Samue and Sol of Owensboro and twc sisters Miss Delphine and Miss So phia Rothchild of Louisville EXTRA SESSION Of Legislature Called by Governor jieckbamvPrDClamation Issued at Midnight t Frankfort March 14Shortly aftetmidnight just as the twc branches of the General Assembly were preparing to adjourn sine die Gov Beckham transmitted a message calling an extraordinary session to convepe at noon tomorrow The extraordinary session is limited to two special purposeslegislation af fecting the rectified whiskey interest and affecting revenue agents Lisa than a half dozen persona had any intimation of the Governors intentions and every statement he had given out led the members to believe thathe had no intention of calling an extra session Although the legislature if it so desires may remain in session sixty days Gov Beckham says he sees no reason why they should remain in session more than a week Although he limits their duties to to the two specific purposes he adds that they may consider any other legislation to which he calls their at tentionIn message the Goxernor criti cises in no uncertain terms the tremendous whisk ey lobby which has been established he plainly intimates to throttle the Revenne and Taxa tion bill The same officers of the two house will be retained for the extraordinary sessio- nImportant 6 Meeting The local unions of Ohio county are requested to be present or represen ted at the convention to be held at Owensboro on Thursday April 5 Each local union is entitled to a delegate The Waysand Means Committees will meet on the day before at tho same place The entire finance committee is expected to be pressnt and all the local unions of Ohio county are requested to attend as matters of special importance will come before the body The meeting will be at the court house in Owens boro at 10 oclock a m Be sure to be there DAVID MORELAND County Pres ROXEY March 12Cupids dart has again visited our vicinity and claimed for its victims some of our old Bachors and young Maidens in the persons of John H Raley and Dollie M Baize Chester Leach and Maggie Daniel Dee Miller and Clarfe Leach Sever nrom this place attended church at Manda Sunday Mr R C Jarnagiri and family visited S T Williams and family SundayMr A Sanderfur and wife visit ed Mr John Embry Sunday- A B Leach and James McSheery of this place are attending Court this week Misses F and Mattie McSheery attended the box supper at Bethel church Saturday night f HER PHYSICIANS DESPAIRED ADVISED CHANGE OF CLIMATE Peruna Used as a Last Resort Cured Her of a Severe Attack of Catarrh of the Lungs fTie Sensational I jAcquaintances Mrs Ida Caldwell fed Pearl street Hioux City la VleoPresident Order of Washington writes- I suffered wit ratarrh of the respiratory organs off anion for the last three years until I thought It was chronic My chest and lungs were irritated and 1 had to use tho greatest caro not to expos myself to chilly air or atU preasedniy trouble My physician advised me to try a change of cllmcte butt was unable to leave Lay family Reading otthe won derful cures performed by Peruna 1 bought bottle Itwas wltfrthe greatest satisfaction amongthemlieved within three days and after two months and a half the Irritation was gone my Tunas perfectly healed and my health reatoredids Caldwell COLLEGE ON FIRE But Was Saved by Hard Work Although sadly- Damaged At 530 oclock yesterday afternoon Hartford College building was discovered on fire by one of the jan itors who was about completing his daily sweeping and chores about the house preparatory to leaving the building for the day The fire was between the floor and ceiling of the second story and in the wall between the Hall way and Chapel Hall It had gained considerable headway and would have been beyond control in a few minutes more Three rooms of the building were seriously damaged by ire and water and all of the remainder of the buil ding was damaged to to some extent The entire damage has been vari ously estimated from 500 to 2000 which it is reported is fully covered by insurance which was taken out only a few days before The towns buckett brigade and hand fire extinguishers were called in to play by the ringing of the School bell and the Court House bell and both did excellent College News The last monthly report made by the teachers is one of the best that has been made in the last two years The report shows a total yearly en rollment of 270 a monthly enroll ment for the 6th month of 200 an average daily attendance of 180 total cases of tardiness 55 average percent of attendance 91- Quarterlyexamlnatlons are being heldthis week and the result will bo announced next week Several new students entered last week and Mr Fred Marlow was one of thejiumber Among the students who visited home folks last week were Misses Jessie and Bessie Raley Ernest ii a to r t I I I I I I Thousands of women owo their lire to Feruna Hundreds of thousands owo their health to Peruna Hundreds of thousands are praising Peruna In every state of tho Union We have many thousands of letters from grateful women with permission to use them In publio print which can never bo used for want of space Catarrh would not be such a curse In this country Itthe people thoroughly understand Its nature It must be treatedat once toprevent Itfrom mak Ing Inroads upon vital organs Itself j fltfiohT catiffrh Tee run a today for a day 1edori the enemy catarrh means a day nearer recovery We have on file many thousand testi monials like the one given hero We caa only give our readers a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorse ments we are receiving No other phy sician In tho world his received such a volume of enthusiastic letters of thanks as Dr Hartman for Ferona Duke and Elvis Magan George Bennett has returned from New Orleans with his brother and will reenter next week The fourth term of school wilt open next Monday with a large attendance of boarding students land numbers of new students are expect ed to enter at that time The reception given at College Hall last Friday evening was well attended by students patrons and friends An excellent music and lit erary program was rendered after which refreshments were served and the rest of the evening was devoted to social intercourses and amuse meats All expressed themselves as having enjoyed the occasion very i much Such social function afford an opportunity of laying aside ones work forgetting cares and disappointments and engaging in those social festivites which strengthen friendship and make life sweeter and better CANE RUN March 13Mr Isaac Christian who is attending college at Hart ford came home Friday Elder J T Baker of Sulphur Springs filled his regular appoint ment at Salem last Sunday- R H Basham is on the sickjst C A Wilson and family wee thlt guests of their uncle Mr GJ W Wilson Saturday night and Sunday near Olaton Misses Jessie and Bessie Raley who are attending school at Hart I ford came home Friday I J G Wilson went to Leitchfield last Wednesday on business Leslie Myers of Fairview went to Buford last Friday on business- J H Thomas and mother are sell ing out and will leave soon for Lou isville oasa oaaBun fa KM Yen Bare Alrrtp BOJi1I Bl1uattve Euu 4- lb r 4t arr t1 it HAND BOYS Tegether Were Louis Gunthe and Capt Frank L Hall Player Fife and Btat tbe Drum When Pres Zacbary Taylor Was in Owensboro i Owrnnliorn Inquirer Mr Louis Gunther of Hartfort was in the city last Saturday and he renewed many old time acquaintances He was a brother of the late F T Gunther and formerly lived in the city though he has been in business in Hartford for many yean He had not been in the city long when he met his old friend and fellow musician Capt Frank HalJ They talked over many events of more than fifty years ago but the most interesting to the general public was the account they gave of the time when they were members of the local band and played togethe on the occasion of Gen Zachar Taylors visit to this city He was on his way to Washington city to be inaugurated President on the steam bout Courtland He was accompanied by the great orator and states man Judah P Benjamin and othe notables The local citizens learner that the President elect of the Unit ed States was on the passenger list of the boat and they made arrangements to have the boat delay long enough to tender a reception to the President elect This was done on the street in front of a store then owned by Davy Morton An ok fashioned style block was the plat form used by Gen Taylor when he arose to respond to the address of welcome Capt Hall played the fife and Mr Gunther beat the drum They boarded the boat and went onto Louisville with the distinguishes party and played at several points where the boat landed and also al Louisville at the Galt house where they stopped There again a reception was tendered General Taylor and the great speech of that occa uttered wasI thisIVirginia may boast of ravin given Gen Taylor birth Kentucuy may exult in having nurtured him for a time and even for having develop ed his manhood but we of Louisiana claim that it was our State that brought him forward and pressed him as one deserving the high honor which he now goes to Washington to receive Slander Suit ow nduuo Inquirer Hallie Hargin through her attorneys Ben D Ringo and Watkins S Birkhead has filed suit in the circuit court against Adam Keller for 10 000 damages The petition is brief containing only 200 words and it charges that Keller uttered a false and malicious slander against plain tilt The substance of the slander was that the defendent was a lewd and unchaste woman It is alleged that the charges were made in the presence of the plaintiffs family One would think the Laxative idea in a cough syrup should have been advanced long before it was It seems the only rational remedy for Coughs and Colds would be to move the bowels and cleanse the mucous membranes of the throat and lungs at the same time Kendodys Laxa ative Honey and tar does this It is the Original Laxative Cough Syrup the best known remedy for Coughs Colds Croup Whooping Coughetc Tastes good and is harmless Sold by Z Wayny Griffin Bro Japanese Marriage Law IIt rp r Wwkly Although Japan has revealed her self as highly enlighted in so many spheres of civilization she has not yet applied reformatory principles to the institution f marriage There is no such thing in Japan as erunlity between the sexes The law relating to marritue recognizes no wrongs except on thljlrt of the wife from whom the husband anti obtain a divorcj by merely uscrtin that he h trdof her or upon any o the following grounds Disobedience adultery barren physical antipathy 1talkativenose or theft Whon a girl is about to marry her mother impresses upon liar various rules of conduct to be followed dUI lag her wwddtxl lifo Some of theat oru Be always amiable to ycur moth t i U N erinlaw Dont talk much Get up early go to bed late am never sleep in the afternoon I Until you are fifty never mix in crowds not consult fortunetellers IDo not wear light clothes Be humble and polite Never allow yourself to be jeal ous Even if your husband is in the wrong never get angry Never speak evil of your neighbor Strict obedience to a husband is a wifes noblest virtue a The best safeguard against head ache constipation and liver troubl DeWitts Little Early Risers Keep a vial of these famous little pills in the house and take a dose at bedtime when you feel that the stomach and bowels need cleaning The dont gripe Sold by Z Wane Grsffin BroI A FAST OLD MAN Divorces One Wife and Marries Another Before the Ink is Dry MnillimnTllle Ky PUputch Almost before the ink was dry or his divorce papers H II Cavanaugl one of the settlers of the county hat the license made out which permit ted him to marry Ira Belle Adcock young woman of the city but 27 years ofage All in the same day and almost in the same hour Cavanaugh became a grass widower and a dashing bride groom The application of Cavana ugh for a marriage license almost immediately after he left the court room where he had just been grant ed adivorce from the womam whom he maraied before the war and with whom he lived in apparent peace and happiness until five years ago caus considerable surprise among the officials at the court house I Cavanaugh is 74 years old and lives in the Nortonville country He is one of the old residents of that part of the county and is well ac quainted through Hopkins county His bride is but 27 but that made no difference for lover eyes are blind and when the time came she was a willing bride The Abuse of Divorce There are more divorces granted in the United States every year than in any country except Japan The recorded divorces during the year 1903 were 70000 and in 1900 nearly 200000 divorced persons were living in this country Whatever ones views may be as to permissible causes for divorce there can be no question that these causes are too common Many may agree that infidelity desertion cruelty and drunkenness are just grounds for divorce but they must also in face of the figures agree that these offenses against the mar riage relation and against decency and good order as well are occurring in this country with alarming and constantly increasing frequency If you can do somewhat to limit and check a steam which promises ere long to be a flood you may well be content ThusGov Pennypack er warned the National Divorce Congress at Washington of the enormous difficulties to encountered in seaking to secure uniformity in the divorce laws of all the States Three States failed to send repre sentatives to this conference Any one of these three is in practice able to nullify any divorce legislation up on which the other fortyfour States might agree for the States are required by the Constitution to give full faith and credit to the laws of I every other State One State re maining outside the agreement would become a haven for divorce 3okers from all the other States acI TIlt present muddle of State laws angina from no divoere to one be eme of incompatibility is not only ilninrJiisr and immoral but a rest i centive to marital incon I stancyAbsolutely uniform legislation is perhaps impossible But it is a most significant fact that forty three States are awake to the evil of the abuse of divorce National conferences suchas that at Moshington cannot fail to exercise a strong influence for good i upon the national intellect and con science r 1 CHICKENS READ Pulled off by Two Ladies in an Ownership Quarrel Speckled Pullet Gets tbe Woma and all Tbeir Neighbors In to City Court The most interesting trial in the city court since the famous gambling raid case of two months ago was heard this morning by Judg Haskins says last Friday sOwensbor Inquirer Mrs Willie Jewell who with her husband recently remove here from Pleasant Ridge lost a speckled piitlet and she believed that Mrs J C Burdett a neighbo on Hathaway street had it She saw the pullett as she supposed in Mrs Burdettes yard and went to get it Mrs Burdette got hold of the pullet before but onla fey seconds before Mrs Jewell took holt of it A tussle for possession of the precious fowl quickly ensued whicl did not last long as Mrs Burdetti held on to the body of the pulle and Mrs Jewell to the head and oni of the neck joints soon gave way am the fowl deed of division was done a warrant was sworn out by Mrs Burdett charging Mrs Jewell with disorderly conduct Ten womar neighbors of the contending la dies were present as witnesses but they could tell but little and were reluctant to tell that Mrs Jewell however was sure the pullet was hers because it was speckledand she had clipped the tail except two feathers and Mrs Bur dette was just as sure the pullet washers because it was oneof four sen to her by her mother at Hawesville a few days before and it had never been out of her yard C W Massif defended Mrs Jewell and at the con elusion of the testimony he explained the urgency of business at his office and asked that the case be continued for argument Judge Haskins made this unnecessary by dismissing Mrs Jewellatthe same time expressing the hope that the ladies would liven peace and love 1afterI tItsstrongest animal of its size thegoril la also has the largest lungs Pow erfulllungs means powerful creat ures How to keep the breathing organs right should be mans chief est study Like thousands of others Mrs Ora A Stevens of Port Williams 0 has learned how to do this she writes Three bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery stopped my tough of two years and cured me of what my friends thought consump oin 0 its grand for throat troubles Guaranteed by Z Wayne I jriffin Bro druggist Price 50c md 100 Trial botttle free I Alaskas Just Plea Sixty thousand Americans living develIopingicavily taxed by Congress without icing given representation in that jody And worse they receive no adequate return in improvements for heir taxes- Taxation without representation is e nphatically unAmerican Taxation without beneficial return is rob eryThese 60000 Americans the pioneers of our great Northwest are oud in their demands for justice They have sent a series of resolutions to President Roosevelt urging Alaska needs uninstructed they have met in a territorialconference uninvited they have sent a delegate to Congress who is denied a seat md is making his fight for justice against tremendous odds These Alaskians are nativehorn Americans They want an organized territorial government with the ight to make their own home rulers The Alaskans want some provision for an Appellate Court in their own lountry Litigation is frequent in a nining district and decisions of Judges who arethemselves financial y interested in the cases arc biased and worse than worthless All appealed cases now have to be taken to the court in California litigation is cJlaedpens a labor shop he must pay Yaj tux to the Federal Governmentjrif i IPn r he starts a store practices law publishes a newspaper engages in any kind of business he must pay tax levied at Washington After paying the expenses of what little government is allowed her Alaska has paid into the United States Treasur more than a sixth of valueIsore roads railways and many others forms of I public improvements The Federal I Government has given aid to the Philippines in such matters why not to AlaskaIf is to be something else popuI throw away if the vast county of the Yukon is to be developed and made the permanent home of law abiding industrious American citi jusI WHO CAN BEAT THIS Bottle of Booze Owned by Louis ville Man is Sixtysix Years Old What is probably the oldest bot tle of whisky in Kentucky is the property of Mr Hewett Brown of Louisville It was made sixtysix years ago by the late Judge A M Brown of Elizabethtown Kentucky While looking through the efforts of the late J S T Brown who died about six months ago the bottle containig the aged fluid was found it is very rich in color and owing t i its extreme age it is beginning toI show a thickness The whisky was presented to Mr Brown twentysix years ago by Judge Brown and at tliat time it was consid ered a curiosity owing to its age which was ftry fears Until prt sntod to Mr Brown the whisky was kept in u keg HALLSA highclass preparation for the glossy and prevents splitting at always restores color to gray 1 DESERTED NEW BRIDE Warrent Issued for the Arrest of Prominent Ohio Man on the Charge of Bigamy Cleveland 0 March 14A war rent was issued today at Norwalk 0 for the arrest of Harry J Roy nolds of this city on the charge of bigamy Reynolds is general super intendent for one of the most oxten sive iron ore concerns on the great lakes It is alleged that Roy nolds who has a wife and grown children in this city married Miss Mae Smith aged twentyone at Norwalk Tuesday evening After the marriage ceremony in I Norwalk it is charged that the coup Ie went to Buffalo and after remaining at a hotel over night Reynolds sent his bride back home on the plea that he had to go East on pressing business Reynolds is forty seven years of age and is prominent among business men here The former Miss Smith says that she was courted by Reynolds for over six months past and that he represented himself as a widower To convince her of this fact the woman says Reynolds took her to a cemetery and showed her a tombstone with the name of Mrs H J Reynolds at the head of it The young woman is the daughter 0 S Smith of Norwalk and it was the latter who swore out the warrant for Reynolds arrrest Reynolds his new wife asserts give his right name and position but maintained that he was n window According to police reports Reynolds was married in 1903 in Cleveland to Isabelle Kenzie n clerk in a dcpartmet store while his tint wife was still alive It is alleged that he livedwith both women until 1901 when the second wife died in a hos pitalVEGETABLE SICILI- ANairRenewer I hair Keeps the hair soft and the ends Cures dandruff and IIlirIIr l JIo Fine TrainsTO FLORIDA VIA Southern fliIay IANDUQQD Rauta Florida Limited leaving Louisville 8 n m daily connects at Dan t ville Ky with solid trains of Pullman Sleepers and vestibuled coaches via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriv ling at Jacksonville at 8f0 a in and St Augustine 10 n m next day without change Dining Car service all meals enroute Florida Special leaving Louis ville 7l p in carries observation sleeper daily except Sunday Louis ville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and Atlan ta arriving tit Jacksonville SaO p in old St Augustine at 10 p m next tiny From Danville this is solid train of Drawing Room Sleep ers Composite car Observation car also Dining Car serves all meals en routeVia the Land of the Sky Pullman Sleeper leaves Louisville 7lii p in daily running through to Knottsville where connection is made at 9T a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Ashville Columbia and Savannah arriving at Jacksonville n a III Winter Tourist Tickets Good returning until May lIst are now on stilt daily at Low Ratw Variable Tours Going via Ashville and Iatndof the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Chat nnooga or Viet Versa For the land of Sky Winter Home R or other handsomely illustrated booklets folders rates etc address any agent of the Souther Railway or CHHUNGERFORD DPA- Loulsvltlo Ky C BALLEM AG P A St Louis Mo W C RINEARSON G P A Q C Kouto- Cincinnati O Smith 0 n TYPEWRITERS appeal to your sense and your senses They have the light touch which makes for speed and attractive writing THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANY Syracuse N Y Branch Stores Everywhere tBronch Office IC34 West Forth street Cincinnati Ohio t r d c d 1VEY INVENTIONS 1 What Some of Them Have Done In the Way of Revolutionizing Things So multifarious are the inventions that have already been made for various purposes entering into our complicated lifo that it seems as though human ingenuity must hae been exhausted and a period reached when for a time at least we would go quietly on with what we have in the way of convenience and facilities for living but such does not seem to be the case The number of patents being granted is greater than ever and though not one in thousand is ptlt to practical use every once and awhile something appears which is clearly a step in advance I otc is made here of somerecent foreign onesA London baker has invented a breadmaking machine which turns machiIncra tencent loaf has been reduced in price to six cents Needless to say anything that cheapens wholesome food to the masses is a boon to humanity A recent report says The bakery where tie a wonders worked is in Upper Thames jnre London 11 C and is 0 by Mr Apostololl Two years liedI his takings amounted to 83 week Today his method enable him to turn out 11 000 half quartern loavs and li0110 fancy Vienna bread anti rolls from his factory every tiny And this is only a beginning Ho is now building what will be the the largest bread factory in London It is to havo 100 ovens and it is cat culated that it will be capable of producing 300000 pounds of bread a day An additional economical re suit clamed for the process is that perfeatly sweet white bread is pro duced from English wheat alone It is a well known fact that bakers will not venture to make bread from I English wheat flour unless mixed witn the best foreign flour This change of method alone secures a saving for the Apostoloff system of from D7 cents to 146 on each suck of flour IM Then we are told of a new churn the Empire which makes butter within one minute a great saving of labor and from Germany comes an account of new industrial product known as galatith made of skim milk It is a hornlike sub stance and it is produced in all colors and from it are made perfect and durable imitations of turtle shell amber coral and unlike cellu loid it is not inflammable It is a heap material and is already much used to make combs cane and um brella handles backs of brushes buttons dice and many other things There is also a wonderful explosive more potent than any here fore- knownj and a new and most effective method of preserving wood by the use of sugar At frankfort a novel invention callled asphaltine is found superior to anything in use for pavements It is a mixture of tar and- ironi slag and is said to be so elastic a I c tough and durable that it resists both grinding and crushing Forty streets have already been paved with it in London and do not show the least wear in spite of the very heavy traffic Thus little by little but at an in creasing rapid pace we are moving on to the complete conquest of Na ture till finally we shall be able toI master her force and control her power with a facility and a com pleteness which will secure to every one competence and comfort without anxiety or grinding toil Indigestion is much of a habit Dont get the habit Take a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure after eating 1andyou will quit belching puffing palpitating and frowning Kodol Digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Why They Dont Stop Your Paper Some newspaper subscribers no doubt often wonder why the publish er will keep sending the paper when the subscribtion has expired says the Shelbrville Democrat The reason 4isthis When the subscription is to a certain time the time ex pires and if the paper is stopped it looks as sf the publisher doubted the integrityof the subscribers and Whose Sayso is Best With nearly nil medicines put up for sale ilrtiuglstc om to tako cllratJVnnot that of II dtr111Urestol party und nccnnlliiKly I + not to bo given the sinncredit us If written from Jlslnlcreltedt- nutNns Dr Ilenos metllolnus how iiver form n tlnsle and tlierufuru striking exception to this rule Tlielr claims to conllilencn of Invalid dos not rest solely II Nln their makers nYI or praise Their Ingredients urn matters of public kIlOIt llo lielnit printed on each separate bottlo wrapper Thus Invalid sufferer nro 1I1 Dr 1lcrcna hill conlldcnve Scorns of leading medical men have written to till volumes pralsn of tint cunitlvo value of tin several InRredleuti entering Into these wnlI kllOWII medicines medtealIrurIIIrorJuluilIarlholoweminentDr cures the worst caw of female wiaknesi prolaii rvrreetIrregularlllrndlsiirivenl lii null wvakcnlne dram some tlinr known ns tiel vie catarrh and a multI wnnenhearirnt nmlklnr but tbu1 uvorlle Irewrlp oflarge1111111ihy lelllmr them lust what liUTn 11111Iand sold tliruuidi InuruM eau It IK said Ihurlranklxthu same know exactly wl atiiiIek= nro Invited to consult Dr Ilerci1 hy letter few Allt corresKind once is xnanlc as ncnilly si en t nail womanly confidences an+ protected hy professional privacy Adds Dr It PINt plow to preserve health anti beauty It told In Dr 1lercos tominon leaf Adviser It l free For n aper rnvrnil copy send Dr It V 1lerce Ilnf fain N I onecent stamps to cover MainpiDr nine times out of ten the subscriber will give the newspaper man a calling down for insinuating that his credit is so good Much rather than cast any reflection against H neign bors honesty to pay a small debt it has become almost necessary for country newspaper tp continue send ing the paper after the time has ex pired The city weeklies and daily a do not care to follow this rule as their subscribers live at a distance and besides they are not acquainted with them and do not know their financialstanding Oneshould deem it an honor to know that his credit is not doubted when the publisher continues to send the paper Should the subscribers desire to have his paper discontinued he should in form the publisher and remit to date if any amount is owing If you are troubled with Piles and cant find a cure try Witch Hazel Salve but be sure to get that made by E C DeWitt Co Chicago It is the Original If you have used Witch Hazel Salve without being re lieved it is probable that you got hold of one of the many worthless counterfeits that are sold on the re putation of the genuine DeWitts Hazel Salve Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m p JUDGE MOORMAN Takes a Peculiar View of the Marriage Ceremony and Its Observance Hon Henry DeHaven Moorman County Judge of Breckenridge coun ty married his first and last couple last Thursday says the Cloverport News Judge Moorman announced that he would not perform the mar riage ceremony for another couple during this term of office He said The marriage ceremony is too secured to be performed by the public official in a public office in the presence of a gaping crowd of curious and uninvited guests and I will notdesecrate it by performing it againJudge Moormon was bom and reared in Breckenridge county and lived several years in Owensboro It is believed that he is the young estcounty judge in the State and he is certainly the first who has ever taken this porition with regard to the marriageceremony Dont frown took pleasant If you are suffering from indigestion or sour stomach take Kodol t yspep sia Cure Hon Jake Moore Ofpt lanta Ga says I suffered more than 20 years with indigestion A friend recommended Kodol It relieved me in one day and I now enjoy batter health than for many years Kodol digests what you eat relieves sour stomach gas on stomach belching etc Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro =ASTOIl IABear theill Kind You Have Always Bcstfi I Bl nttnre at L ROOSEVELT PEACEMAKER Endured a Great Coal Strike a Great War and Prevented Another Big Strike LoiilTllla llrrnld RooseIveltmere profession but by actual achievement His peacemaking begins as it should at home but its power is felt in the remotest parts of the earth lie put term by the invoking of just and poet instru mentalitialities to an industrial war which three years ago afflict ed a very large and populous sec tion of the country He brought Russia and Japan to terms of peace at a time when continuance of their sanguinary struggle seemed inevitable No other man on earth I could then have made peace on the terms utility agreed upon feasible But Theodore Roosevelt did it The combatants believed in him In the American President they recognized a friend of humanity who did not desire the humiliation of either but the promotion of the worlds wel fare without loss or handicap to eitherRoosevelt advised Russia listened Japan yielded and peace was signed But for the respect everywhere felt for America typified in Theodore RooscvcltGermany had notperhaps taken so calm a course at Algeciras nor proved so complacent to the Unite States in the matter of trade No nation will hereafter enter light ly on war The public opinion of the United States for peace now leads the world The United States is besides fast making ready to be the best of peacemakers by becoming the best equipped of fighters Theodore Roosevelts latest victory as a peacemaker is his successful ef fort to avert the terrific mining war threatened first in the East but certain to be felt throughout the whole country His letter to John Mitchell head of the Mine Workers Union and to Francis L Robbins leader of the bituminous operators discloses the most laubable patriotism He tells them that such astrikeI as that threatened for April menace to the peace businessa and general welfare of the country The President adds I urge you to make a further effort to avert such a calamity There will be in conse quence of the Presidents timely forceful intervention no strike The party that would by pigheaded SJfED JIlT LIFE Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we clont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in connec tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im proper and weak develop ment restoring lostes1l and vitality andrepnfing- waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no I more of a secret than the composition of the Emul sion itself What it does it does through nourish mentthekind of nourish ment that cannot be obtained in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsioil and gather good from it i We will und you aIumple free Bur that this picture In the I form of t Libel is on the wrapper ofiSCOTT BOWNE Chemists j 409 Pearl St NY Ocand 1 all drunlsbI iJ 1IT IIIIV obstinacy being about such a colon ity would deserve and receive everlasting condemnation IMothers everywhere praise One Minute Cough Cure for the suffer ing ithas relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved A andioutItheon for immediate use Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro AFFIRMS TWO CASES Recently Decided By Judge Evans in District Federal Court The Uuited States Circuit Court of Appeals in session at Cincinnati with Judge Lurton Seqerens and Richards on the bench has affirmed decisions of Judge Walter Evans in the case of W H Thomas Son Company vs C M Barnett former Surveyor of the Port of Louisville and the Louisville Pillow Company vs the United States WII Thomas Son Company in Judge Evans court sued for a writ of mandamus to compel the Surveyor to grant permission to transfer whisky in barrels to glas carboys Suit for 5000 damages was also in stituted against the Surveyor Judge Evans decided gainst W H Tho mas Son Company and the Court of Appeals sustain this decision The Louisville Pillow Company on Agril la 1903imported from Dublin thirty bales of feathers The con signment was assessed at 15 percent which the company paid Subse quently the consigumant was asses sed at 50 per cent which the com pany refused to pay It was held by the court that the appeal of the Louisville Pillow Company should have been made to the Board of Ap praisers within ten days which was not done Now the company must pay 59990 Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh CureI J CHENEY Co Props Tole do OhioWe undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obliga tions made by the firm Valding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood andmucous surfaces of the system Testimonals sent free Price 75c druggistsI con epFound Skeleton In making the excavation for a store room at Dorseys Ford on Green river near Mammoth Cave there was unearthed the perfect skeleton of a man There is a great deal of mystery attached to the find as the manner of burial is strange and there were no signs on the spot nor marks which would have gone to show that it was a grave Many of the old settlers have been questioned as to the skeleton butno ones memory dates back to when this spot was a scene of a burial It is taken for granted that it is the remains plan Indian although no relics were found in the grave Many years ago there was a book agent who mysteriously disppeared from that community and it was thought that he was murdered So some thinks that this find might possibly be the remains of this ma- nStarvingto Death Because her stomach was so weakened liy useless drugging that she coulij not eat Mrs IL Walters of St Clair StColumbus 0 was lit erly starving to death She writes My stomach was so weak from useless drugs that I could not eat and my nerves so wrecked that I could not sleep and not before I was given up to die was I induced to try Electric Bitters with the wonderful result that improvement began atonce and a complete cure followed Best health Tonic on earth 50c Guar anteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros druggist oASTCt R=EIL BUrl thelie Kind You Have Always B3 zh- lSCIIture LLY of Z e- M e- Lj It GASTORIA 9oo DROPS For Infants and Children ii I The Kind You Have htAslmilaling IheF odandnculaIingthestemachsaMBoKelsor ears 1 SignaturePromotes ofOpiumMorphine arOIJlJrtwuzrPIrrIEJlC Ai dard IlMMln nrrd USUAplsfeclllcmedy ormsConvulsiol1sfcvcrishF o r Over Facsimile Signature or NEW YORIfThir Years Alfa moniKv tgia y 1 CASTORIAEXACT COPY app THI OCNTVH OMPawr now YOU CfTY m OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TU- EREPUBLICAN und Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN und St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TilE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitnn 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensborolnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE RKPUHLTfiAV und TwfifinVpk Olimvi Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magaxinu 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN A GREAT OFFER On account of moving into new and larger quarters the Owensboro Business University if Will make the following great reduction in rates on just fifty scholarships Our regular rates for a single scholarship in either department is 45 Combined course of Bookkeeping ann Shorthand 8000 In this effort to reach a great spring enrollment we will make the great sacrifice of 15 on the single course or 25 on if the combined course t 3000Thetimetof only five of these cash departmentThesebut will call your attention to the fact that only fifty will be partIf if be placed on sale the 10th of this Month Terms cash Address A M FISHER Pres I OweMsboro Business University Owetisboro Kentucky Hr r llsTEIE511 WHEN YOU SHOOT III You want to HIT what you are aiming at f yOUtabullFor 41 years STEVENS ARMS bare carried oil PREMIER HONORS tor AC CURACY Outline Rifles Shotguns Pistols Ask ywr mIA tut on tnt p30 cmlua I Hyou vit A I n ililp 1lrrIA1nol4iciokcfrtf r frtll f vrei aootet rt Inil I Beautiful threecolor Aluminum Hanger will be forwarded for 10 cents in stamps ii Stevens Arms Tool Co- P 0 Box 4091 CHICOPKE FALLS MASS U S A Subscribe for THE IICANadvance I II i i Low One way Colonist + 4 Rates Via Big Four Route To CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHO MONTANAh UUTAj t and IntertncUfatc territory PlcUotH on Sale McH f to May IS For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned WAUIIKX J LYSCH 0P A TtC- lnclountl Ohio B 3 flATUS General Apt nt- Iuultrillr Kjr 1 h J i Hartford Republican 0 i i iMuedbjthe Hartford rntillohlDRCorapnnTM- CORPORAYCD L IeIdloCr TEtErnO1 ES ICuznbrln 3- aOlch 1r12I I FRIDAY MARCH 16 iExaminethe label on your paperII correct notify us How THANKFUL we should be that extra session is limited to two ijquestions OUR electric lights have a way of I disappearing just at a time when Iweneed them most d I ONE more star has been added tot I the flag by the admission of Oklaho ma and Indian Territory under the t name of Oklahoma THE late Legislature perhaps did less to commend itself to the pub lic than any of its predecessors That is saying a good deal THOSE who haventhere say Vice President Fairbanks is running a free lunch counter at Washington 1 this winter The way of the trans is hard jgressorsome one tell us why the IWILL failed to place Muhlen Christian counties in our I Representative district Something left for next time we presumes IN TilE death of Susan B Anthony the country has lost a woman of wonderful mental power whose activity in a different cause might have been a blessing to mankind SEEMS as though it is up to Secre tary Taft to decide whether he will I suffor himself to be buried a second time in the judiciary or cast his lot in the free for all Presidential con testWE are informed by the press dis patches that the members of both Houses of the Legislature cheered wildly when the Governors mes sage calling them in extra session was read KENTUCKY has gone into the horse race business A commission will be appointed to look after all th- race courses in the State and will no doubt be made a valuable adjunct to the machine MORE than 600000 in appropriations is the record of the late Legis lature with an extra session yet to hear from New and unnecessary office were created and salaries raised wherever the Constitution did not stand in the way CALEB POWERS must stand a fourth trial for his life Will the trial court give him a square deal Will none but Democrats be placer in the jury box and errors commit ted resulting in a fourth reversal by the Court of Appeals THE harmony banquet at Frank fort last Friday night given by the Republican members of the Legis lature was a very enjoyable affair Those in charge deserve great credIt for having pulled it off withou bloodshed or a personalencounter THE courts will be called upon to decide whether the counties of Ohio Butler and Edmonson can be con stitutionally joined to make a Rep resentative district while the coun ties of McLean Hancock and Spen cer are given a Representative each THOSE who happen to visit our State courts frequently will notice the inrrease in number of jurymen who refuse to qualify in murder cases on the ground that they are not willing to inflict the death pen alty In a few years public senti ment will compell a repeal of this relic of barbarism ROUGH RIVER valley is destined to become one of the richest sections of all Kentucky With a little drainage its soil will produce corn hay and tobacco as well as any Ohio river bottom landand besides it covers unlimited quantities of as good coal as can be found in West Virginia or Pennsylvania IT thatthenotorious D B Redwine of Music Hall fame would be be allowed to rest in obli vion but it seems the State administration still has use for him He i U c has been placed on the of Control i for our charitable institutionsl and will help to pilot ship into the U S Senate Whether or not he will exercise a tender care for the unfortunate insane is a matter of minor importance FOR years the people of Kentucky have been demanding that our charitable institutions bo placed under a nonpartisan Board of Control Thus divorcing them from the polit ical scandal which has from time to time disgraced the State The citizens asked for bread and were given a stone by the State machine The board has been created but no Republican was given a place In stead it is made up of three of the most notorious machine politicians in Kentuckyand under this manage ment every position in these institu tions will be made subservient to the wishes of the State machine OUR country has always been prompt in responding to the cries of starving people Years ago we sent ship loads to Ireland and India The President has appealed to kind ly disposed people to send contribu tions for relief of faminestricken sufferers in Japan A few months ago we all had our hats off for the brave little fighters in their struggle with mighty Russia Now they are in deadly combat with a far more relentless and deadly foe Will we forget them It is said that already more deaths have resulted from the famine in Northern Japan than they lost in all the battles of the Manchurian campaign COUNTY INDEBTEDNESS STILL 2418246 After three weeks of prayerful consideration with occasional vain flounderingsthe Herald has not succeeded m reducing the amount of indebtedness as stated by special committee appointed by the Fiscal Court to ascertain the same Ware accused of doubling an item of 3700 to make the item of 604610 We did nothing of the kind The item of 3700 is carried by the Bank of Hartford and is we are reliably informed a part of the cost of the socalled pike between Hartford and Beaver Dam The 601610 Dec 30 1905 allowance was made for the most part to the Champion Bridge Cofor IndianCamp Creek and Hamilton Ford bridges and to Mur phy Bros for abutments at Ambrose Ford and Hamilton Ford You will find the ordtrs covering the 6046 10 item in Order book 23 page 50 So much for doubling items If any doubling has been done it was done by the committee and not by this paper We would be glad to find it not so bad as stated We are compelled to admit however that so far as we have had occasion to in vestigate the figures given by the committee are absolutely correct The Herald states that the Janu ary 1906 Fiscal Court allowances are all included in the 357384 Wrong again The 357384 is in debtedness created by the 1905 Fis cal Court and not one cent was in eluded in that amount of allowance for this year by the committee The Herald has another dodge by which it evidently hopes to fool somebody It makes the astonish ing claim that much of the indebt edness found by the committee li not really indebtedness at all be cause it is contracted to be paid out of the 1906 taxes Now really brother we have been afraid to treat this contention in any manner except as a joke for fear the public will think we are both silly Each Ask Your wnDocto If he tells you to take Ayers Cherry Pectoral for your severe cough or bronchial trouble then take it If he has anything better then take that We have great confidence in this medicine So will you when you once know it The belt kind ol a teitlmonUl Sold lor over sixty years brr 01rerCoLowellMae- eAo AX4O muufftoturora SARSAPARILLA PTC PILLS HAIR YIGOR Wo bare no icoreUI We publlti the ormolu of til oar medicine Keep tho bowels open with ono ot Ayors Pills at bedtime Just ono year should stand for itself We should not have to borrow from Peter to pay Paul especially if we have to pay 8 per cent in sodoing If the present Fiscal Court did not have to use most of the present years collections in paying indebtedness created heretofore many needed public improvements could be made or the tax rate reduced We hope through all this discus sion our readers will not forget that the Herald stated last fall that Ohio county would be out of debt January 1 1906 It did not say the county would be out of debt except 24 000 which could be paid out of the 1906 taxes If it had made that statement there is no telling what the majority against its candidates would have been The Herald nor any one else has successfully or even seriously questioned the figures given out by the special committee which found the indebtedness of Ohio county January 1 1906 to be 24 18246 Program Of the meeting of the Ohio Count Farmers Club to be heldat Hart ford on Monday April 2 1906 Opening address by the President SoL Stevens The best plan of planting and managing an orchardC L Woodward to lead the discussion Alternates F W Pirtle and Richard Stevens The importance of cow pea culture Albert Cox to lead the discussi- olAlternatesWat Taylor and James CecilCulture of corn and pumpkins Jno P Foster to lead discussion AlternatesC P Keown and A B TichenorCommercial fertilizersS G Austin to lead the discussion Alter natesJ M Shultz and David More landAll farmers are cordially invited to attend Meeting to be called to order ot 10 oclock a m A B Tichenor Chmn on program HARTFORD COLLEGE Fourth Term Begins Monday March HUh 1906 Board and tuition are very low Special attention is given to those desiring to teach Thorough reviews are given in all the common school studies during the Third and Fourth Terms Students can enter at anytime and find classes to suit them Many teachers are now in attend ante and new students are entering each week L N GRAY Court House Chat His name was James Calvin Hall and he blew into the Sheiffs office from Rosine last Saturday evening with an eight months old infant in his arms He deposited the child on the Sheriffs desk announced that it was his and that the county would have to provide for it as he was arranging to take a vacation Inquiry developed the fact that he drew a pension of 12 per month and had no family except the child When ask ed if he was willing to help support the child he indignantly refused and said he had nothing but his pension money and that nobody could touch that The child was crying the County Judge was expostulating with the father and R B Martin- was walking the floor with the baby ih his arms when something happen ed Oscar Midkiff led the father tc jail under a charge of criminal neglect of his child the babe was sent to the Alms House and the smiles that fade but never wear off eam backon the high Sheriffs face La ter in the Circuit Court a committe was appointed for the old man bj Judge Birkhead and the committeE will receive and account for the ok mans pension Pat and the dead man were boil ignorant coal miners Pat is at Irishman who was reared on potatoes and the dead man was English Pat was consumptive and almost helpless the dead man was larg and strong And yet with al these contrasts they had eaten worked and slept together foi seven years because they hoc many things in common Each were alike homeless and childless Love had never touched their lives or il it had the touch was to harden rather than soften to embitter rather thar bless them And so last week whet their bitter loneliness was grcatei than they could bear they sought relief in a jug of mean whisky and al a late hour staggered to their hu and fell on its threshold life anc P f sorrow and death were each stifled alike by their drunken stupor About i midnight Pat awoke and stretching fourth his feeble bony hands touch ed the thing at his side and found that it was cold in death The waters I of Lethe had indeed washed out the dead mans sorrows but Pat was left with his own multiplied Then because Pat knew poverty and suffering and had tasted the dregs in the cup he rifled the dead mans pockets and was found with him late the next morn drunk and reproach ing the dead man for leaving him Pat when arrested surrendered 60 the money taken from the dead man and told the story here written Those who heard him believed him for death has already marked Pat and he must soon fulfil the judgment of the court that never errs because The judgments of the Ford are true and righteous altogether I Judge J S Glenn was acting Corn monwealth Attorney last week He reports the sale of indictments few and the price offered very unsatisfactory Three indictments for homicide were tried at this them and the com bined punishment aggregated 23 years in the penitentiary The horses are the fleetest The women are the neatest And human life the cheapest In Kentucky MAGAN March 12Mr J E Coleman who has lung trouble is Slowly im provingMr Clarence Taul has gone to Owensbero today Mrs Mary Gillespie of Fordsville and Miss Ethel Wright of Elizabeth town spent last week with Mrs Lucretia Brown Mr Joshua Haul is very low of pneumoniaMr Ragland Dundee spent Thursday at H C Wrights Bro F D Baughn filled his appointment at Dundee Sunday Mrs John Midkiff who has been very sick for the past three months is convalescentMrs Gillespie Miss Ethel Wright and Miss Redda Midkiff were the guests of Mrs II C Wright and family Friday The spring school at this place is progressing nicely with Mrs Lula Midkiff all teacher Mr John Ralph and family were the guests of Mrs Ralphs father Mr John Baughn Sunday Mr Ben Midkiff is very low with cousumptionThe S of E at this place is progressing nicely Mr George R Midkiff is improv slowlyMr A Taul was the guest of his sister Mrs Randa Miller Taffe Sunday I4 I E P BARNES BROrt- f9 b It 0 I bit QuaJilf oJ l SHOEdoor MEN 1 f9 49 a 1The timely arrival of our famous KING j- JV 41 QUALITY and PERFECTION SHOES re j minds us of the approach of spring and every foot from the smallest boy or girl to tIle c j largest size created must have new Shoes i We arc showing all the new lasts in Corona 1 Colt Vici Box and Valour Calf Priced at JJ 250 3 350 and 4 per pair Every g J pair is a thing of beauty and good wear is iJj positively assured Visit our Shoe section look them over and we feel that they are Jj sure t appeal to your most excellent taste tJ and nothing but King Quality Shoes will satisfy your Shoe appetite ifi Ladies b1 Our Spring Shoes for you are on sale and no talk we can give 5 you will be as tstrong as the Shoes = will say for themselves tGive them an opportunity to = speak to you in fashions latest and strongest terms tr I 4i They are comfortable desirable and beau = S tiful u 41 41 Beaver Damf9 f rtrt rtrtrttrt t OPENING t Visit Long t CompanysSTORE t SATURD1YNi 24 1906 Z And we will show you all the newest things in MillineryDress GoodsSilksFancy4I Braids and Trimmings of various kinds We can also show you the prettiest line of White Goods Linens Mulls Organdies Soisetts Embroidered Swisses and I manyother new patterns and weaves which we havent space to mention just now f i+ SHoes j t We want ou id see our line of Peters Shoes and Oxfords We will show you I many pretty styles in Gun Metal and Undressed Kid also a big line of White Lin 1 VJ en Canvass Slippers in Mens Ladies and Childr- ensClothing I Our stockof Clothing will be uptodate Wo will show you the now cuts and E shades in Gray which is the leading color I 4sc NrnishirngsOur the i I I very newest things the Eastern markets are showing and we believe that when t you have looked throughour stock you will agree with us that we are showing the prettiest and cheapest line of Merchandise ever shown in Hartford tDont Forget the Date of Opening March 24 ttLong Cos Economy Store HartfordKy Q I 1l f r It tr 1 lv Ul1J If JIW tvC1Li i tr m x i f pa r KPnuarv vgppcp1pePipipxI- i W a x1 + x i I Ii = Fairs 1 E Spring Opening i IV We extend to the Ladies of ilHartford and vicinity a cordial in vitation to visit our store onI Ii Saturday March 24 ioccasion being our Annual CThe IOpening of Millinery Fine a IDress Goods Silks Footwear Etc JSpecial prices will be made in all ft rour different departments Ke x c member the date and place Ii f The Bargain Givers 1 1 J I 4444 44444 = BLACK BItfKHEAD g = PROPRIETORS = I Hartford and Beaver Dam Transfer g- J AND FREIGHT LINE 14 = JS Meets all trains Also ik I = General Liverymen g f Best of attention given to stock New stable Main = II tJtIi = W i t I Hartford RepublicanI I 1 p FRIDAY MARCH 16 1 w r Illinois Central RailroadTime F Table 1 Norln Bound Honlli Bound MoWrtii 40 a ra NoHldiulISI a m Noll3ilu ISMpn Nol01dn 2at pni IJKo to2 lu J 48 pm No131doeliapm MOTIVE Til K BBPCBMCAW will pr1 lree o 1 er e Remory NohiM Okllnarlri Benolnliou ol helped EleO the xlrat ol ISO word Al- loverlhaiamornl we rhurr1I for M tke rate ol le per word eh In deArticle In excea ol ISO words will lineal down to r qnlrr l limit rnlec atanry is aet with inmiiiiierlnli Po airy lo a word in every Innmnce Fresh Fish at City Restaurant r Mr S T Brown Centertown f was a very pleasant caller Monday yea fHot Chocolate City Restaurant Fresh Oysters and celery at City Restaurant My My what good eating at City Restaurant My My aint those steak meals line at City Restaurant See our new Clothing and Dress Goods at Carson Cos Mr George Brown Olaton was a pleasant caller yesterday New Hrfts new Cloths and new Furniture atCarson Co Mr P M Brown McHenry was a pleasant caller Wednesday Nicest and freshest line of Fruits and Candies at City Restaurant Mr Geo W Rowe CentertownI was a pleasant caller Nicest line of Cakes Crackers andI Package Goods in Hartford at Restaurant Cityj L IBornto the wife of Mr Richard 11th inst a girl 0 Esq B S ChamQ lain Nocreek was a pleasant caller Wednesday 0 Attend our millinery opening Sat urday March 24 CARSON Co Cheese Sausage Pigs Feet Boneless Ham Etc at City Restaurant Go to City Restaurant during Circuit Court for everything good to eat City Restaurant is simply dazzling at night New light Come and see We will expect you to attend our opening Saturday March 21- CARSON Co Mr Joe Stogner Centertown call ed to see us while in town Wednes day Rev L W Tichenor Matanzas called to see us while in town Tues day We want your Bacon cured Hams Chickens Eggs and Larl CARSON Co Mr John T Rone Centertown called to see us while in town Mon day Take your butter and eggs to the City Restaurant and get cash for them Mr Logan Barnard has moved to the Moseley property on Union street Randall Collins left yesterday for Louisville where he will spend a few days We have a lot of new clothingthe correct style at the correct price at Carson Co We will be disappointed if you dont attend our opening Saturday March 24 CARSOVI Co Tomato Bouillon Clam Bouillon GrapeKola and Beef Teared hot at City Restaurant Mrs Inez Ward has moved to the house recently occupied by Logan Barnard on Clay street For Scholarship in the Massey Business college of Louisville call at TUB REPUBLICAN office For Sewing Machine supplies of all kinds call on or write to Gross Williams at City Restaurant Yu will find the biggest assort mint of Linens ever shown in Hart at Long Cos Economy Store The Republican 100 a year Lou isville Daily Hearald 400 a year 200 in advance gets both papers We have the most complete stock of dress goods for the season that has ever been shown in Hartford CARSON Co The uptodate Belts and Collars Glove and Combs are now on dis play at Long Cos Economy StoreThe latest and newest Dress Goods and Silks for spring are now ready for your inspection at Long Cos Economy Store Special prices on all winter goods Friday and Saturday It wont cost you any thing to looker At Long Cos Economy Stored See our new Slippers in Patent Gun Metal White Canvass Blue Brown and Gray Undressed Kid at Long Cos Economy Store Mr WF Sohapmire is building a four roomiaddition to his resience on Griffin St which will be occupied by Mrs Casebier and son Perry Mr Dave Baldwin died a his home in Owensboro Tuesday and his remains were interred in the Mt Zion cemetery this county yesterday If you have a farm a house and lot for sale or rent list it with Barnett and Smith at The Republican office Misses Jessie and Bessie Raley who are attending school here were the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs C E Raley Rosine last Saturday and Sunday Ohio county one of the five in the Green River district is still the ban ner Equity county of the United States It has 57 live local unions now and more aborning every weekLosTMarsh 5th 1906 between Hartford and South Carrollton One haridibag witlfrap containing cler gy permits Bible letters c Fin der pleasant notifyREV W D Cox Central City Ky tL 1- SPt 1 G SUITSOur stock of Clothing has arrived and is ready for inspection Doublebreasted styles are tho fashion this spring and are in great demand everywhere We are prefortheSome beautiful and nobby patterns can be found in our stock at reasonably low prices Wo are carrying the Sterling Brand Clothes considered the best make of Clothing made in the East A written guarantee given with every Suit We only ask you to come and inspect our line of Spring Suits and consider the price and quality and you will be a purchaser Spring Shoes quality Women and Children Low Cut ShoesIOf course it is a little too early to buy LowCut Shoes but we will make fou this youtaveinspectedtho largest and most fashionable line of LowCut Shoes ever brought to Hartford I 1 Fancy Dress ShirtsWe take great pleasure in showing our line of 50c and 100 Shirts for we have a I large selection of various fancy and plain patterns and we think we are able to suit anybodys taste SAM BACHGents Furnisher Hartford Kentucky i i Jeff Wat tereonsV residence on Frederica Street is netink completion Leave your laundry at Clevo Ilecs grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf FOR SALEA scholarship in the Owensboro Business University also scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College Write us for pricesWe will find a buyer for your farm or town lot We will find a tenant for your house List with us Barnett and Smith Republican office WANTEDMen in each State to travel post signs advertise and leave samples of our goods Salary 7500 per month 300 per day for expen ses KUHLMAN Co Dept S Atlas Block 27t12 Chicago Ill Beaver Dam was visited by two deaths Sunday night William James being one and Netter Gilstrap the other Mr James died of consump tion and Mr Gilstrap of pneumonia Mr Gilstrap fromerly lived at Crom well and it was during his residence there that he killed Thomas Burton for which he was acquitted on final trial a few years ago i The entertainment given to the students and patrons at College Hall last Friday night was largely attend ed and highly enjoyed At the close of the musical program which was a splended one refreshments were served and the rest of the evening was devoted to sociability music and various games In another column will be found the advertisement of Collins and Griffin who have recently acquired the Sennings Hotel at Louisville We have had occasion to stop at this place under its new management and crecommend it to our readers for comfort and good attention MrI John G Keown another Ohio county boy is the manager and persona from Ohio county are given special attention We predict success fez these boys in their new enterprise Complaint of the wretched condi dition of the HartfordBeaver Dam pike has grown to be quite common It is no more than justice to the par ties who are charged with the duties of keeping it in repair than to state that it has been impossible to procure for love or money any rock to repair it A committee has made two trips to Louis ville and spent much time in writing to rock dealers in a vain effort to get rockin fact the necessary rock has beefccontracted for by Mr Row an HolBrook at two different times but it Snever been shipped ft m BBBai B RANDALL T COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN1 When in Louisville STOP AT Seniii fEUROPEAN OTELa H m e for Ohio County People r- Elegant Clean Rooms and Polite Attention S W Corner Second and Jefferson Streets COLLINS GRIFFIN Props m p +++ Fi+ 4+4++ ++++40 + +f IoCo + I It i BANK OF HARTFORD l i INCORPORATED IBl32 I 4OOOOQOSurplusStockholders Addil Liability 4OOOOQO 9200000i+ J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier crt o v JW FORD MnOREDllectorsi++4++ Hf+t4+++++++ ++ +++ t+ + +++444+++ iNOCREEK March 14Mrs J W Hudson Mrs Ben S Chamberlin and Mrs Luther Lewis of Nocreek were called to the bedside of their sister Mrs Virgil Sandefur of the Pleasant Hill neighborhood Monday She is very low of inflammatory rheumatismW and family visited Mrs Loyd Brown of Heflin Sun day r W R Stevens and wife of this place visited R A Rowans family Sunday J P Foster shipped two fine Birk shire hogs to Morguntown this weekJohn Holland of this place was quietly married to Miss Burg of McHenry last Thursday Some of the boys of our neighborhood like all other boys think they are entitled to all the fun they can have se with this objectin view several of them got together hunted up all the old cow bells horns and old shot guns that they could find for the occasion for which they had in view which was as they term it a chari vari Friday night they marched down to Mr Hollands to have a big h I a time but to the misfortune of the boys some one of the crowd by some misshot sent a load through the wallwhich caused considerable damage Mr Holland got on ha horse next day and hunted up the boys and in a good humored pay told them that they had damage him 20 and told them if they would make good he would drop the matter so the boys went down in their pockets and paid 150 each mad all parties seem to be satisfied Now boys be very careful how you shoot from this time on If yeu are troubled with riles and cant find a cure try Witch Hazel Salve but be sure to get that made by E C DeWitt Co Chicago It is the Original If you have used Witch Hazel Salve without beings lieved it is probable that you got hold of one of the many worthless counterfeits that are sold on the reputation of the genuine DeWitts Hazel Salve Sold by Z Wayna Griffin Bro m I Ao lfit T RBun teaihi Kiwi You hue Alwajj S1iJfII Blgaiture 111o ra J FRIGATE CONSTITUTION Glories of Our New Navy Should Not Blind Countrys Patriots to the Old Battleships The magnificence of the new navy must not blind pat riots to the glories of till old says the Cliurcliinan Iuiu not without humiliation must lie felt through out tin conntrv nt till news which conies from Chiirlestown navy yard that the Constitution lour thoiifih oat qiillc accurately known as the lust ship of till American navy mid better still as Old Ironsides is in danger of sinking at her dock Nelsons llafship at Trafalgar was able to take a piece of honor It the grout jubilee navalreview tend promises to bean inspiration still to generations of English youth Republics are proverbially centuryigoIold ship as unfit for service ami t only till indignant inspiration of Oliver Wendell Holmes Old Ironsides saved the vessel which now carries inscribed on its guar terdeck with a noble pathos the historic words of La wieme I ont give up the ship Hilt though kept the Constitution was not preserved as she might have hen Some years ago at a time when till country WIIN spending liO00 tlOaycaruutsiiavyhudlyiiiil was passed by congress author mug the secretary of the navy to restore the Constitution as Earns might be to its original form re moving the housing that disfig tired it replacing the cannon and the rigging masts and spars if the Daughters of the War of ISlJ would raise the money to pay for it They have not yet accom plished the tusk and it is to he feared that before they can hops to accomplish it this mute witness of the greatest glory of our Ameri can navy will have perished for ever HIS WIFE CUTS HIS HAIR Aged Millionaire Keeps to the Custom of His Poverty DaysAnnual Visit to Barber Over in Brooklyn there lives a millionaire well along in years with n wife from whom also youth has long since lied says the New York Press From the old days before wealth came to them the couple retain one custom which has passed as the years have flown into u sort of stirred rite The old lady cuts the old gentle mans hair Once a year the mil lionaire goes to a barber shop and has his scanty lucks trimmed That sets the style for the ensuing year When lie comes home tire wife carefully studies the cut and after that it is her work of love to reproduce it until another year rolls around and the annual visit to the barber takes place The old gentleman also shaves him self Economy in the matter of barbering which at first was a butter of stern necessity is uow the one little thing that the couple re fuse to give up out of the days of poverty As theyare a childless couple there is nobody to hector the old man into engaging a valet Really the old man has hisI hair cut more often than is needs nary for sometimes when the worries of wealth and social duo ties are more than ordinarily op pressive the good wife will say CotnedeucOmeuptoluyroomI while the scissors snip the 11111I couple laughingly go back to theI old happy days of youth and strug gle once more The Meanest Woman Miss Carolina Powell of Bos tOil said one day that she had heard that morning of the mean est woman in the world She called before breakfast at the house of a neighbor and said h Madam 1 see that you have ad j vertised in the papers for a cook Yes I have returned the otl- toerhot surely you art not after i the place i No said the stranger i only live two blocks away fllI1l1l you and since I used a cook myself I thought ynii might semi tOIIllI nil tIll ippliantn von reject a N V Tribune i A 3Ilctake Iwt IlIlweyt heriiiia- T p I lolL I IXJI i I k riifir doutits wiien you are lying i- tilll that you Imve certainly got iiui looted Puck NEW USE FOR LAME NURSE Officers Like This Style for Their Chit dren Because of Rolling Motion Furnished One of my first experiences in the civil war said 0111 Horace Porter the oilier night when Priniv Louis attended the doter of the alumni of the naval academy ac cording to the Xew York Tribune was I o be assigned to an amphib ious expedition one of those af fairs where we went along the roust touching shore just often enough to see that every man on board was becoming wobfooted It was a glorious time for all of us men who supposed we were going to do our lighting on shore not along shore Since that time Ive always admired the eorrageof the men who could remain in that pro fessionHut certainly the naval men have a true esprit d0c0rpSt love fur their branch of the service which it is hard to surpass Ive oven heard of a naval ofticer who insisted on having a lance nurse for his unity in order that the child might get used to the rolling mo tion His Luck All the lower berths tire tak en said the ticket seller Youll love to take an upper berth Of course grumbled the pro fcssor TheixV always room at the lopCllicngnIribuueSeldem If the men who won highest lion highesthonorsable prigs they would be GOLF UNKNOWN IN LONDON There Was a Time When This ConI dition Prevailed According British Publication Golfers even of the present gen eration can look back to the time wiieu till royal and ancient gulls was unknown in London except to the devoted few who wandered in ted coats over the commons of Blackhcath arid Vituihkdonii- wonder to the average man and a terror to nurses and bathes as serts the London Standard To July London is surrounded by a network of golf links You can not leave the metropolis by any line of railway without seeing as soon as you reach the green fringe of the suburbs the little red thugs in the center of new mown plots of grass which indicate the pres ence of the golfer There are up ward of 10000 names on the lists of golf clubs in and about London where in 1890 the tuna who played golf was generally regarded n either a harmless lunatic or as ore who was long past his prime The reason for the sudden de velopment undoubtedly lies in the fact that whether or not golf is to he regarded as a serious form of athletics there are still thosejvlio labor under the mistaken idea that neither muscle nor staying power is necessary for the game it is most emphatically the only game yet invented which run be played by all sorts and conditions of men from the Oust childhood to the second and it is above nil adapted to life in a great city where a man needs good exercise yet cannot take it in too violent a form Tennis does not meet the case at all It can be played in the city itself until does not of ne cessity take one into the open country It is too violent for nun who can only get one days practice in the week It is a gaunt where the players of different classes cannot be brought together with July satisfaction Lastly it is far more monotonous than golf One court is very much like another whereas at golf not only does one hole differ from another but every separate course has its special features and problems A golfer living in London could have bin days golf every week if he cured sob 0 arrange it and never play twice u the year upon the same course It is this infinite variety which is the soul of golf tend accounts for upcricketniterwnrd drop then for one rear toll or another not Stile maul ill a hundred who ever takes up golf will ever give it up so long as he can wall round Ile 1i1l11IJ POVERTY IN THE TROPICS Wealth Is Not the Lot of People of Sunny fiouth as Many Come to Believe Instead of being rich in natural resources the tropics are poor TIll word tropic brings a dream before the eyes of IXttIIIII111I lowers birds with age of the sun bathed with wav ing leaves of the baiiami and the cocoa palm furnishing mUll with everything necessary for life In deed like we pity the mUll who has never seen the sea we pity him who has never seen a tropic land sculpt Then we Ibinkof the enor mous treasures the Knglish Span isle told Hutch have harvested from their tropical colonies and naturally we think that the trap its are the richest regions of the world AH this may be true yet nevertheless in another sense instead of being rich till tropics an fatally poor Pliable to secure the necessaries of life tin peo ale of tropical countries are like the man in whose ImndeverylMnu turns to gold yet who perishes oi hunger cud thirst Of all the breadstnffs neressiiry for man the tropics furnish only cifrn toil rice They have no wheat rye or potatoes The ha nana nay be us llumboldi says it times more productive trail wheat and 11 tittles more so titan potatoes yet it cannot replace either as food Nor can white uncut live for any length of time on rice cud corn alone or on hunanus and palm nuts Native tropical foods ruin only hold body and soul together as they furnish hot lit tie vigor energy and power No machine ran do grand work with pour fuel A man who has neither bread nor meat cannot get life and streougtIi and push front tcar4trce sugar vanilla mill all the precious spices Tropical products are merely commercial luxuries and if the inhabitants of cold clinics did not buy theta the people of tin tropics would lack the necessaries and comforts of life and would yet choke with their own riches The people in till tropics depend for indispensable necessaries upon teuiKrate zonesto which they furnish only till luxuries VALUE OF THE DEAD LEAVES Reported to Be Rich in Nitrogenous Contents Which Is Put to Use Consul joldschmidt of Nantes furnishes a report containing fuels that will be interesting to our agricultural interests The value of dead leaves compared with ordinary manure has been the subject of scientific test stud the results are given by the ron soil He writes A great part of the suburban population of this city is engaged in gardening and especially in the cultivation of early vegeta bles For ninny years use huts been made of the tread leaves which fall from the trees in au tumn and when such can be ob tamed by the small fowlers they are eagerly gathered old em played as fertilizers or to cover certain plantK during the cold winter mouths Frequently these leaves are first used us bedding for cattle and horsesaud till manure thus obtained is considered much richer than that of ordinary straw A writer in the Phare de la Loire shows in a table just pub lished the relative fertilizing value of certain kinds of leaves most of whirls are rich in nitroge nous contents and consequently good as fertilizers According to this writer the following are the contents of nitrogen of Home of the leaves after their fall in au tumn Pear lSi jter cent oak J18 poplar 75 beech 78 locust 71 elm 73 vine hi hAil examination of the fertilizing value of the dead leaves com pared with that of ordinary ma nure shows the following results Forty four pounds of pear leaves SO pounds of poplar 51 pounds of peach 8t pounds of locust S2 pounds of elm cud 174 pounds of vine respectively are equal in ni trogen to 100 pounds of manure fin interesting and valuable table might be established show bog the fertilizing value of vari ills leaves from American trees particularly when it is considered that in the United States such t e lout rs are easily obtainable by I he farmers who are generally own ers of some woodland where thl leaves might be gathered at will which is not the rose in Europe where forests are generally either the property of the state or of some individual park pre serves HOW TO LIGHT THE PIPE Cubject of Vastly More Importance Than Appears Two Matches Necessary There has been a little newspa per discussion recently on thesub ject of How to Light a Iipasserts Sketch This may seem to the feminine mind a trivial mat ter and quite beneath the notice of any dignified journal How wrong Ford pipe ill lit is n pipe illsmoked and a pipe ill smoked is a omit made testy and a man made testy is a man looking out for trouble and a man look lug nut for trouble Itla nonl tiuhiug trouble and a man finding trouble I1 woman III tears and a wont an in tears is the last word in lilt man dreariness Never let us be ashamed to lignin then how a pipe may be lit with the utmost satisfaction to the smoker One paper I see ivcommemN spills That is good but thespills of course must IKI wooden ones Another pajKr retorts that fpills are of no sort of use to the IIKIII in the train This is the kind of frightfully triii thing that muses a hush in the noisiest as PI inbly What then should the mall ill the train till I will tell him He should carry n box of wooden matches and he should use exactly two munches to light his pipe Ire first one will dry the tobacco on the surface and the second one will produce the vivid even glow beloved of smokers The man by the wuy who lights his pipe with a wax match is a bad man right front the start XII trust him dear friend KING OSCAR A GENIAL HOST Norway Has Little Against Him as a ManTalks with News paper Man Although the peopleof Norway have decided to cut away from Sweden they leave little against King Oscar as a democratic hull viduul says the Success Magazine He is a tall erect handsome old gentleman courtly and kind in manner and is perhaps the inns r approachable monarch Severn years ugh while aboard his yacht Draft in northern waters n party ou a passing steamer asked 11111 otll1tloIlHIJrIHlltld King Oscar in greeting his vii i It its said I feat I cannot show you such a yacht an you have shown me this morning lout she ii comfortable enough for an old gentleman and I have spent twen tytwo happy summers on her To a journalist in the party the king grunted a few minutes IOU versation and his first question in perfect English WitH You have a great many of my countrymen III your northwestern terri tones What sort of citizens do they make The best we have your maj esty Smiling find thinking for a few moments he remarked Is that the truth or is it a newspaper mauls diplomatic answer Not long ago King Oscar was sitting in the smokingroom of n Wiesbaden hotel where a group of gentlemen were discussing the questions of the hourHItiIeHlIol nutIisun communism the revoln tionary tendencies of the times I etc One of the party expatiating upon his pet theories with con J Hiderable vehemence wound up with the remark The days of i monarchies are numbered King Oscar looked up and smiled Evidently you dont agree with me resumed tw speaker but I can you give me any good reason for thinking otherwise Only oneI am the king of Sweden he replied TPISS e CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS I oea Cm li Syns Tates Coed J DONSUMFT Use In tune SJ ky druccl lmmmMHm ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R The Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service opeaates till best of twins with Dining Cars Chair Cars milletLibrary Cars mill Sleeping Cars from Chicago St Louis Cincinnati and Imisville South to New Orleans Tlie bet road for reachinj the Tourist resorts of the South including New Orleans Vicksburfr Gulfport Miss Hammond La Mardi Grass at New Orleans Feb 27 IJlOu Gulfport is a Mexico Gulf Cost resort having the stew tine Trent Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamship sailing from New j Orleans for Mexico Central America i Panama We t Indie atrd Europe Send or call for descriptive nuttier in regard to the above Havana via New Orleans Havana Cuba is best reached via the Illinois Central through service New Orleans ami the ocean liner twinscrew nineteenknot I S S Prince Arthur leaving New Orleans every Wcdnes duty at 100 p in and arriving at Havana at Sunrise Fridry morning Hot Springs Ark Florida i Daily Sleeping Cars without change Chicago to lint Springs with connections at Memphis frullli Cincinnati and Ixniisville Through Dixie Flyer Sleeping Car Line St Louis to Jacksonville via Nashville Chattanooga and At lantaIMexico 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territory Upon the adop tion of a constitution the state will be allowed the usual quota of execu tive judicial and legislative ollicers two United States senators and five members in the national house of representativesA convention with 110 members fiftyfive of which will be chosen by each of the territories compressing the state is provided for and all male citizens or male In dians twenty two years old made eli gible to membership in it There is an especial provision for the protec tion of the Indians in their rights continuing the prerogative of the national government to controll their affairsGuthrie is made the temporary seat of Government CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars thed yyg V Sr Blgnituro of at y TcUe eii Odd Bits of Information- The present population of Austria Hungary is 16000000 In 1901 there were 581000 miles of railway in the world More than 90000 women arc engaged in the lace industry in Russia Slot machines with gambling de vices have been suppressed in Spain Russia leads the world in planting forests America in devastating themA has been enacted forbidding the importation of opium as a nar cotic into Astralia Each minute is said to witness the death of sixtyseven persons and the birth of seventy Sumatra has a greater variety of animaland vegatnble life than any other region in the world A man to be perfectly proportion ed should weigh twentyeight pounds for every foot of his height Whistling according to some phy sicians will do much toward the development of a robust physical frameIn marriages out of every hundred one of the parties has been married before so an English stahs tican figures The Queen of Holland runs a dairy on business lines at the castle of Loo The produce is sold and everything READ THIS Louisville Ky Oct 1 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear SirI suffered four years with kidney and rheumatic trouble At times I could not raise my arms up and pains in my ankles were so severe I could hardly walk Your 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Griffin Bros drug Store Guaranteed FISH SHED THEIR SCALES According to Scientific Writer Who Quotes Fisherman Finny Crea tures Change Coats Do llshis shed their scales is nuked by Dr Marctt Tims in the course of a paper on the develop ment of tlsli scales published in the latest issue of the Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science The author leads up to this ques tion by referring to the theory that the age of fishes ran he de termined by counting the number of lines of growth in their scales TJiia theory he is disinclined to support one of his reasons being that scales first develop Ut differ Hit periods in different parts of a fishs body so that if any compar ison be made of their lines of growth the scales should be taken front the same region The author states that experi enced fishermen on the east coast of Scotland are fully convinced that such moulting does take place more especially among fish es that have recently spawned It is said to be especially noticeable in the herring and the author re narks that in Ieof the ease with which the scales of that fish become detached such a replace ment would prima facie seem to be highly probable Even if such shedding and re placement does take place It might be urged that it need not necessarily invalidate the value of the rings of growth as all age test ri the scales might be reproduced with the same number of growth lines ns those replaced This Dr rims Is disposed to regard as an improbable supposition but It may be pointed out that so fro as we are aware the scales on jury re gion of nn individual fishs body al ways have the slime number of rings thus suggesting that if they are shed they are renewed in the exact likeness of their predeccs HOIII Naturally Eve induced Adam to eat but he took to drink of his own accord CASTOnXA-Deus thethe Kind You Hate Always Booil d Signature or Gjtf1 Some Features of County Unit Bill AH counties with the exception of hose containing cities of the first f Ir classes must 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rich if their prospective brides can give them a rope of human hair The ropes vary in length a really good one of forty or fifty feet being especially prized To manufacture such a rope is the work of years but the St Kilda girls saves her hair combings religiously A curiosity collector who visited the island wished to buy a fine specimen of hair rope but the sum of 20 offered was refused V r Caleb Powers in Jail Six Years Caleb Powers last Saturday com pleted six years in Kentucky jails He was arrested in Lexington March 10 1900 and March 10 1906 finds hint in jail at Newport waiting for the Supreme Court to say wheth er his fourth trial shall be held in State court or in the United States court Last year Pewers was in jail Louisville but when his case was removed tp the jurisdiction of the Fed eral court for the Eastern district of Kentucky place he was in the Newport jailIPowers has been tried three times in the Kentucky courts being twice sentenced to the imprisonment and once to 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January April July antf October p Court ol Claims Convenes Ort Monday In January Tuesday alter second Monday In October Other Officers X Moxley Surveyor Shrere S W Leach Aswssorllob RoyJames DeWeem School Superintendent Hartford Jerome Allen CoronerJinjo7uotlc CourtN Uarrass Dearer Dam March 34 June S3 September 24 December 24 WI MlllerUorse BrunchMarch 28 June 15 September 25 December 10 WSDean Dundee March 2T June Si Sep tember 24 December 27 WIt Edge FordsTlllo March 2S June 3 September 27 December as- II H Chamberlain lieda March 21 June 28 September 28 December 28 Herbert Render Centertown March 30 June 29 September 2I December 30 John Miles Itorkport March 31 Jane 30 Sep tember 30 December a- lITartforaelie Court It n Wedding Judge J S Olson City Attorney Seth Moselejr Marshal Court con Tene second Monday In eacbniontb IS lieleu Corolc M E Church South Serrlcea third Sunday each month atllm and 7 p mend secon I Sunday at 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wedcea day erenlng Dev J A Lewis 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the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook Mailed free to anyaddress ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 16iNEWSITHE LATEST GAthered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems When the Senate Wednesday night jtissed the Legislative Redistricting Bill without amendment Senator Bennett Republican served notice that the bill will be tested in the cwirts and that an extra session of the Legislature will result Hollis H Price under indictment 5n the united States Court at Louis ale entered a plea of guilty on two courts charging conspiracy to defraud railroads by underbilling freight and falsifying weights and sras fined 1025 The amount of the fino will be taken from the cash bond which had previously been givenAt the special national convention vi the United Mine Workers of America called by President Mitch d in response to the request of President Roosevelt the business cf the first session which opened Thursday morning at Indianapolis will be the plans for a joint confar mce with the bituminous operatrs next week MATANZAS March 14Mr Curg Igleheart who has been very sick for several days is improving slowly Miss Jessie Robinson began a spring term of school at the Lower Point school house last Monday Roy Tichenor and wife will move io Beaver Dam this week to reside I Miss Laura Bilbro of White Plains is visiting relatives here Miss Altha Addington of Small 1iuse visited relatives here last week W F James who is engaged in lUoBiness in Louisville is visiting his c rents here Mr Joe Hill and wife entertained rat their home last Friday evening All report a pleasant time Quite a large crowd attended the sale of J A Tichenor last Tuesday Mr Will Bennett of Evansville was the guest of J C Bennett and family one night last week Mr C W Reynolds of Evansville intended the sale of J A Tichonor hst Thursday 4 We have effected new ar rangements whereby we can I furnish The I the Louisville Daily HeraldI one year for 200iSftULLHOUS March M Mr W C Ovarhults tnd brother L W Overhults went to Hertford Sunday W E Fulkeraon has returned from St Louis Meessrs W C Ovenults and Owen Hunter left Monday for Louisville vfherc they will enter a business CollegeMr 1 Bilbro has returned from a visit to his brothor John Bil Iwo White Plans he was accompani I r tli ed home by his niece Miss Laura BilbroMiss Mills and father of the Alex ander neighborhood were in our midst Friday Littlo Miss Marion Hill is the is the guest of her Grand parents Mr and Mrs M P Maddox Last Monday as Rev and Mrs Lawrence were returning home from a visit to relatives at Beaver Dam and Hartford Rev Lawrence was thrown out of his buggy into the mud but fortunately he was not hurt Messrs Barnard and Kittinger went to Louisville Sunday Mr John Barnard went to Island Sunday he was accomponied home by his wife who has been the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs W P Howell and other relatives forsever al daysMiss Altha Addington spent sever al days last week at Matanzas the guest of relatives Prayer meeting is announced to be at Mr Overtons next Sunday Several from here attended the sale at Mr James Tichjnors last ThursdayMiss Ball went to Ceralvo SaturdayMessrs Lcnas Fulkerson and Edd Hunter went to Ceralvo Sunday Mr Wayne Fulkerson who has been quite ill of typhoid fever died at his home March 13th 1906 He was about 23 years of age and will be greatly missed he was buried the following day in what is known as the Aunt Nellie Davis burying groundsMrs Withrow is quite ill Messss Wade of Henderson were the guests of Mr Charles Overton and family recenutly CO PICNICKING IN WINTER Explanation of How This May Be Done with the Aid of an Accommodating Innkeeper The word picnic calls to mind piiiu groves and bubbling brooks with the thermometer dodging around Sit degrees in the shade that one may be comfortable null contented on a winter picnic is not generally known Hiiystlie Out big Magazine You drive into the country live or ten or t weuty miles to an old iunun old inn where they are always expecting such parties if you can find It Then you make arrangements for a din nee at live oclock and sally forth You strop on the snow shoes pick up the coffee pail the tin pups and I thllOOdHsnow drifts onto a stone wall but it blows through barbed wire and I a fence of this type Is a highly en tertaining proposition for sums shoes Some of t he party lie down and wriggle through You think you can climb it you get to the and sit on a post and there are The tails of your shoes hangl turaight down if you jump you break them You are not even sure that you can full and do it gracefully Assistance is always at hand however Numerous camping places begin to present themselves In turn each one of the party after a fall promptly decides that this is the spot setting forth the claim that they have already begun to clear away the snow You lace them t properly on their feet again They dig the snow out of their eyes and begin to see differently BO you go further into the woods After awhile you find a sheltered spot and it is unanimously voted that you eat tight there and then You slip off the snow shoes and using them as snow shovels scrape away the suave dowu to the ground In the center of the cleared space eight or ten feet in diameter it should btJoll build your llreand melt some siip- for the coffee The snowto the windward side of the little clear lug is carefully packed anti lined with fir boughs Now you sit UlnulIlIulldIat things no out waits for the coffee to hoilllot much When the last crumbs are eaten and the coffee pull emptied you smoke and hove a talkytalk SILK TILE NOT HUSBANDS Women Who Had Mania for Making Baskets of Them Receives Jolt Which May Be Cure There is one actor said Charles Itloomingdule the novel ist according to the Chicago Chronicle Whose wife has a ma nia for making waste baskets out fo silk hats It is Impossible fur this man ever to have a second best tilt for no sooner does he bring a new one home than his wife turns the old one into a dainty waste basket confection with a pale blue lining and baby ribbon rosettes The lady cause downstairs one morning ruttier early Ller tins band still slept As she passed through the hall she pe thrived ou the table a very shabby hat while on the rack a hat brilliant and handsome hung Aha she saidalanus has bought a stow tile 11ellit was time Ill confiscate this shabby old thing Anti with that sIll retired to her sewing room It was the work of a moment there to snip otT lh trim tear out the shabby wjiitu lining and insert a new lavender one tack on two lavender loop fur handles and LSut loud hurried scufllin noises were now to be heard downstairs and a maid hastened in breathless vexed 0 madam she said the pi nno tuner is in a dreadful temper He says he cant find his sill hat nowheres And he left it in the hull he saysrr Nuff Said Ilim Got anything on hand to miightHerYesseethiatrinc1 Char TURN PRUNES TO VINEGAR Oregon Farmers Discover New Source of Acetic FluidPoor Ar ticle Used The best vinegars are made front fruit juices and heretofore apples lave been the ehief source of supply with an occasional re sort to pears In Oregon however it huts bleu discovered that prunes can be uti Used for the manufacture of vin egar which though very diuk in color is of excellent quality of a high acetic content In its manu facture only the undersized und otherwise unsalable prunes are used the normal fruit being too valuable for this purpose The prunes tare first washed and then run through a crusher which reduces them to a pulpy muss which is then inoculated with a pure culture of a specific yeast or ganismThis causes a strong and rapid fermentation which results in breaking down theflbrous pulp reducing it to a clear juice which is collected and fermented in open barrelsUpon complete fermentation which takes about ten days nUll which yields ten per cent of alco hol the juice is reinoculated with a pure culture of vinegar ferment auch as the familiar mother The only objection to prune vinegar is its very daunt color in which feature it resembles malt vinegar but as the totter finds u ready market in some parts of tho country it is believed other superb or qualities of prune inegar will more than oUII1gh this objeo tion OASTOnxABun theIts Klod Yoa Hama Akap Boat 51Dat life1Ipr at f wU VrflY pp p1t1pep1uIcprprercr E Greatest Subscription i- E Proposition Ever Offered Iat Louisville Daily Herald 8400 per yeara Hartford Republican 100u Regular piice of both papers 500 aClubbing price 4 200h xa = This proposition is for a limited time only Present mm I J Subscribers can take advantage of this offer as same as new t j ones All you have to do is to pay your subscription to ff i Jfc Tin REPUBLICAN to February 1 1907 and 100 in addi itt- ion tl and gQt the splendid newspaper the Daily Herald for one year x- tI t Aclclres8 FY11 c 1cler tc = THE REPUBLICAN a alllaaaaaal l GREAT VITALITY OF TREES Story from Utah Tells of Felled Giant Which Sprouted Young Growths from Its Sides An illustration of time wo lder jful vitality and reproductnejiesi JC the redwood is reported from Lkiah ns existing in the forests of Mendicino county It consists of the trunk of a redwood tree felled fur the manufacture shin tries which after lying on the ground undisturbed for several months sprouted a number of young trees whose roots hud developed in its own body This de velopment is erroneously report ed however as the first ease on record where redwood completely prod0cedhave been frequently recorded of felled redwood trunks reproduc ing a growth of young timber all along the line of the prostrate log and travelers through the const forests have frequently ob served the phenomenon rows of welldeveloped trees growing out of the bodies of those that have luin long enough on the earth to perish and decay Honieyears ago a newspaper correspondent re ported the strange phenomenon of bridgebuiltHumboldt county stream The sides of this bridge consisted of two large redwoods which had been felled so that the ends rested in the soil on each bank A 11 along the upper side of each logo row of sturdy redwood saplings devel aped shortly after the bridge lund been finished proving that life was not extinguished in cfthor al though totally severed from the original stumps Inborn Irish Wit Rev Mr Thompson of Pitts burg tells a story illustrating tilt inborn Irish trait for quick wit tie was preaching in a Michigan town On Saturday the womep of the congregation were busy trimming up the church I strolled- in says Rev 1lr Thompson and Katie Martin was decorating the pulpit I noticed some tacks strewn about the floor and jocu larly advised Katie to be very care ful to pick up all the tacks when she was through with her work You know Katie I said that if I should step on one of those tacks right in the middle of the sermon there is no telling what might hap pen Faith ye wouldnt linger long on that point said Katie without cracking a smile No Use for It AgentI am introducing a new cookbook madam The price is only 98 cents and Lady interrupting Nothing doing My husband is a poctx Chicago Daily Newt r a I FREE TRIP TO- MAMMOTH CAVE Offered By The Republican to School Boys of Ohio County Our Readers Will Name the MostIj Popular Boy in Each Mag 4 isterial District ww v How many persons in Ohio county have seen the Mammoth Cave Situated less than 100 miles from us it is visited every year by people from every landas one of the seven wonders of i the world Doubtless many of our renders have been embarrassed when in other Slates they were asked to describe the wonderful Kentucky Cave and were compelled to admit to the utter astonishment of the ques i tioner that they have never seen it To contribute somewhat toward this necessary part of the boys education the management of this paper i has decided to inaugurate a pilgrimage to the cave for the first week in September of this year and seven school boys one from each Magisterial 1 district in Ohio county between the ages of 12 and 20 will be given the trip free of charge accompanied by one of the OUR ditorsjEvery school boy in Ohio county who was than 20 years old January 1 1906 will be 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 Toe REPUBLICAN of 100 whether arrears or advance will entitle the subscriber to 10 votes and six months subscription to 5 votes The names of candidates with number of votes received to date will be published each week No employe or member of the family of anyone connected with this paper will be elligible as a candidate Per followingballotTHE DDISTOICTS-j The seven Districts are made up of territory as follows i DISTRICT No tEast and West Hartford East and West Beaver Dam and Prentis voting precincts DISTRICT No 2Cromwell Select Arnold Rosine and Horse Branch voting precincts DISTRICT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan vot ing precincts DISTRICT No AEast and West Fordsville Etnaville Shreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts precinctsDISTRICTvoting precincts rA DISTRICT No 7North and South Rockport McHenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts TRIP TO MAMMOTH CAVE- I cast this ballot of votes f I I For ttllhnee age InbtwMnlinnUOynri l j i District No Precinctc e ISigned 1 U tA 1dresS iilj tre I State County lj