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T t 4 1 N m t tt t EqubUcam-I ine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT JN TilE REPUBLICANSubscription 1 a Year VOL xixHARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 21 1906 No 23iI COAL CUR SHoRTAGE Has Become Alarming in Western Kentucky Operators Hold Meeting With Traffic Managers of the IC Without Apparent Result In view of the shortage of cars in the Western Kentucky coal fields and a suspicion that it may not all he due to an actual shortage of cars a meeting has been held between representatives the Western Ken tucky coal operators and F H Har wood traffic manager af the Illinois Central Coal operators say that there is plenty of coal ready to be moved but that it is impossible to get cars to handle it Thq operators are afraid to ask help from the commis sion because of the possibility that I it might be held against them by the 1 railroads hereafter They are at the I pmercy of the railroads and they know it Some of them say that I there are plenty of cars but that all i are being sent to the Southern Illin ols fields It is believed that ifcon ditions are not relieved trains haul ing coal for the railroads will be raided and unloaded in a number of towns railrOatllcommission man er McD Ferguson have been mysteriously moving around for some days past and it is believed that they have been gathering informa tion against the railroads Chair man McChord has refused to make statement but it is known that he has recently been in communication with a member of the interstate commerce commission relative to the matter It is pointed out by operators that plenty of cars were furnished in the EastTennesseo coal fields after complaint had been made and the commission in that state had begun its sittings Later developments are to the et fect that the Interstate Commerce Commission will settle the car short age Mr C C McChord the Ken tucky Railroad Commissioner has been notified by Chairman Harlan of the Commerce Commission to ap pear today before that body at Chicago and bring witnesses to fur nish information regardngthe sit ation in Western Kentucky It wilt be several days before it is known what action that body will take Church Notice The Hartford Baptist church will give a Christmas entertainment by the Sunday school at the church Monday evening December 24 at 630 oclock A pleasing program has been prepared and there will be gifts for the little folks and seats re nfcrved for them All are cordially invite1 to attend especially the Sun day school and members of the church There will be a barrel in the vestibule and each person com ing is requested to bring something that can be used by the children at the Baptist Orphans Home in Louisville Ky Its up to The Council Jailer Oscar Midkiff should re ceive a vote of thanks for the excel lent manner in which he has cleaned up the pavement around the public square Now if the city council will put forth an effort to have the leak in the hydrant at the north corner of the square stopped or the hydrant removed and furnish stepping stones for the Center streets crossing from a public square they will come in for their share of the cake ptherwise Midkiff will be entitled to the whole loaf What say you gentlemen I Its upJoyou Charged With Selling Mortgaged Property A warrant has been issued for M M Hoover charging him with the offense of selling property encumbered with mortgage Men The V warrant was iseuedonthe affidavit of Dcimer Austin The facts in the case are about as follows Hoover Y Jj purchased a horse from attorney I Ernest Woodward and gave a mortgage on same to secure pay ment A few days after this transaction Hoover sold the horse to Delmer Austin for cash The statute covering the case provides that ifanyone shall sell conceal or dispose of any personal property 011i which there is at the time a IIpreventthereon he shall be fined not less than 10 nor more than 1000 rI imprisoned not less than fifteen nor more than ninety days- CARBOLIC ACID f Causes Death of Two YearOld Child of Walter Blair of Buford The twoyearold child of MY and Mrs Walter Blair who live in Bu ford neighborhood died from the effects of carbolic acid poisoning at the home of S W Howard Owehs Euro Monday The little fellow was in the kitch en where he found a small bottle of the acid from which some of the con tents had been used While the child was drinking the poison he was discovered by Seldon Yeager who was delivering goods at the house He called to the boy By this time the acid had begun to burn and the child started to scream Several women in the house rushed in and made every attempt to save him Dr Fire line was called bit nothing could be done to save his life and death resulted at noon two hours after drinking the poison Rational Guards to go to Jamestown Brigadier General Roger Williams has been officially notified that the Kentucky State Guard will go to the national encampment at James town Va next year The troops will mobilize in Lexington- Thisannouncementwi11 be of much interest to the Ohio county boys who make up the local company of Na tional Guards No announcement of the plans have yet been given out but it is quite certain that the soldierboys will have an opportu nity to stay long enough to see the big Jamestown show to their satisfaction H B I Notes On the account of the rapid growth of the school the Hartford Business Institute will move to apartments down town The work con tinues interesting and the advanced students are working with renew ed energy as they are neAring the time when they can answer some of the calls that come to us while the new students are proving by their untiring labor that they can be de pended upon to take the places of those who are called away 19 take positions We have no sluggards Had another call from Owens boro last week for a young lady bookkeeper and stenographer corn binedMiss Florenee Jones left for Drakesboro last Saturday and will remain with her parents until the KathrynJones her parents at Rochester Miss Ruth Riley will visit friends at Stur gis next week Quite a number of theteachers of the county are expected at the open ing of thp school after the Holidays School will open again December 31 John Hetyrih Dead John Heavrin aged thirtyfive years died last Saturday morning- at the home of his brother Dr C M HeavrinOwensboroafteran- mn of three days The deceased sad been ill for several weeks but tot seriously His death was caused from a stroke of paralysis The following brotherSandsisters survive him prs O Mand 0B lelIC99rslRilrsi Jessie Hays and Mrs George fcdey of Louisville r i c t L d STRUCK HARD Are the Whiskey Rectifiers by Pure Food Commlslons Decision Important anti farreaching effecting the buisness of distilleries recti- fierS blenders and retail dealers of spirituous liquors as well as the man ufacturesof food products through lout the entire Union will be the effect of the recommendations practi rally agreed upon by the Unitec States Food Commission which concluded its session in Lexington last SaturdayWhile I no official announcement was made by the commission as to its finding on spiritious liquors the investigation of which was the mail object of the commissions visit to Kentucky and which is of the ut most importance in view of thi whiskey industry it was learner from a member of the commissfoi that four classifications arc favored These will be designated as Whis ky Blended Whisky Com pounded Whiskey and Imitation Whisky I Manufacturers and dealers will be required to label all inal packages accordingly orlgol According to the idea of the commission i pure whisky which has m foreign ingredients will be caller Whisky If two brands of pun whiskey are mixed this mixture wil i be known as Blended Whisky More than two brands of pure whis ky will be designated as Compound Whisky Whisky containing neu tral spirits of any kind will be label ed Imitation Whisky- It is claimed by those conversant i with the liquor industry that recommendation of the theI is a severe blow to the g business as when the consumer becomes acquainted with the labels there will be practically no demand for the rectified or adulterated prod uct u Kentuckys New Poet The production of readable and Instructive poetry is a rare gift and one that should be encouraged We therefore take pleasure in calling at tention of our readers to a neat little volume of original verse recently published by Wm Yancey Erwin ofI Hopkinsville Ky as a book of high order of excellence and one that will repay the times for the time spent in itsperui sal It is written in almost every style of verse known to literature and treats of a great variety of sub jects among which may be men tioned Tone Sentiment Romance Tragedy Wit Humor Satire and Pathos The book is very concise not crowdel with dry detail as too many of our poets seem to think necessary but Dr Erwin drops im mediately into his subject which he handles with the stroke of a master pen Dr Erwin and wife are spending a few days in our city at the residence of Mr T H Bean where the book may be obtained The President and Japan The President has taken the car rect stand on the JapaneseCalifor nia problem The State is fully respected in its rights but no State Is above the Nuiiunul Constitution The treatymaking power is by the Constitution vested in the President with the Senate It takes a two thirds vote to ratify a treaty enter ed intp by the President In a Senate of ninety members takes the votes of sixty to ratify a treaty A Senatorial vote of such proportions be fairly taken to represent a Decisive majority of the thinking power of the nation Our treaty with Japan whichguarantees- to Japanese residents everywhere in the Union full and tion for their persons antIproperty duly ratified by the Senate became upon that ratification part of the supreme law of the land It cannot be set asideatthe call of local pre judice or thiedemand of sectional in erestIffi7 The President insisron the ob- 3ervanee of treaty obligations with Japan even if certain homemade S riJ je i- Wi constructions of municipal law are invoked against such observance The President takes the ground tha the local authorities of San Francis- cohave no right to deny Japanese children the right to attend the pub lie schools He further insists tha the Japanese on the coast must be protected as to life and property and finally lays down the principle that the entire power of the Feder al Government within the limits of the Constitution would be used promptly and vigorously to enforce the observance of our treaty Th Presidents contention is irrefraga- ble The Republican party stands for an Americanism that will keep America for Americans but not foi a counterfeit that will permit sav agery to exploit its cruelties under the American name CURSE OF MORMONISM Declares Wife of Senator Dubois is Worse Than Was Slavery Mormonism is a greater curse to the country than was slavery de clared Mrs Fred T Dubois wife oi the Idaho Senator in an address at Waugh M E church in Washington on The effect of Mormonism on Edu cation last Tuesday She said that should President Roosevelt make a trip through Southeastern Idaho hi would no longer be willing to declan that there is nothing in the Mormon question Six Uhited States Sena tors she said owe their election to the influence of the Mormon church She criticised the attitude of Senator Proctor of Vermont and Senator Hopkins of Illinois for their attitude in the Smoot case In clos ing her address Mrs Dubois said Mormon children in Utah and Idahc spitupon the American flag- SMALLHOi1S Dec 20Miss Oma Maddox and Lewis Fulkerson were the guests of Mr and Mrs J C Hill last Satur day and Sunday W T Lawrence and S E Hunter were the guests of Rev G H Lawrence i and family Beaver Dam Sat drdoy night Miss Florence Hboge and J R Hunter went to Hartford last Satur day IOwen Hunter went to Hartford and returned Sunday I MesSrs L B Overhults and Edd Hunter went to Rockport Saturday I morningThe child of Mr and MrsI Adam Mercer was buried at Equal ity cemetery last Saturday I Miss Debbie Taylor Hartford is the guest of relatives and friends in this vicinity Alva Calloway went to Paradise TuesdayMiss Bir who was badly burned recently is able to be out againMiss Oma Maddox went to Rock port Wednesday Orlando Cox was the guest of his father near Pinchico recently Bob Eudaley has rented a house from Sam Morton known as the Marion Kimbley house and will move to it in the near future I Born to Mr and Mrs Ed Ball last Friday a boy and died Tuesday December 18 and was buried at Equality the following day Mrs Stanley Walton of Raleigh N C who has beep the guest of Mr and Mrs Miller Hallows for several days has returned to her home accompanied by Mrs Hallows Miss Fredrica Birr and Miss Francis Hallows who will be absent I about six weeks visiting their old home I Mrs Lula Withers has moved to the John Drake house Mr Allen Buskill and family have moved to the Claude Brown house Mr John Withers and family have moved to the house formerly occupied by Allen Buskill Moss and Tompson Plasterers and contractors sates action guaranteed Phone 2961 Beaver DanvPlaningMiH i3tf r I JUDGE BREATHITT May Consent to Run for Governor if Assured That Price Will Not be Too Hlgbr Hopkinsvillle Ky Dec 18 Judge James Breathitt who is being so freely mentioned all over the State as a probable candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor maintains utter silence as to his in tentions along this line Early in the spring Judge Breathitt was prominently in the public eye as a probable candidate and at that time publicly stated that he would not make a race Since that timeC however his friends and Republicans generally have become so insistent that it is an admitted fact that he has at least again taken the matter under advisement In fact it is generally believed that Judge Breathitt will consent to make the race provided he can do so without his making an excessive cam paign contribution He now holds the position of county judge of this county and aside from the income derived therefrom he enjoys one of the largest and most remunerative law practices in the State Should he become a candidate there is no doubt but that he would prove a most formidable opponent On the stump he would be almost invincible for the state hasnt a better or more eloquent orator than he is or one more capable of holding his own under any and all circumstances v College Notes Hartford College is now in a prosperous condition and every room is occupied by a regular teacher A large number of new students will enter at the beginning of thei third term January 14 1906 e 1 Business department will bemoved toj quarters down town in order to room for anoter regular teache who will be added to the Collegiate department Then there will be three regular teachers in this de partmenttMiss Winona Stevens and Messrs Cecil Stevens and McDowell A Fo gle of Georgetown were welcome visitonMonday morning A reception will be given to pa trons and students of the Collegiate Department the first of next term The open session oftheAdelphians given last Friday evening to the H B I and the Collegiate pupils was a iecidedsuccess and seemed to be thoroughly enjoyed by all present Many new members willbe enrolled next term v Attendance has been especially good this month Most of the boarding I students will spend Christmas holidays at their homes At present there are over forty nonresident students enrolled The Board of Education has made an appropriation to get additional desks apparatus and equipments for the better teachings of various branches in the course of study Prof Gray started on a business trip through the South last Tuesday afternoon and in his absence Mr Crowe has taken his work in a most pleasing and satisfactory manner Mrs Gray will leave Thursdaeven ting for a short trip also In all the departments below the Collegiate department special Christmas exercises wereheld Thurs day afternoonRENDER Dec 1aMr Edward Barrass of Bevier visited here last week I MessrS M F Moore and J H Brown of Central City were here ThursdayII W H Minor Central City was I there on business Thursday Francis is on the sick list 1MrsL L Neighbors raturned to her home in Powderly Sunday after two weeks visit to her paren sMr- and Mrs L Francs i Messrs Wm Hell and Wm Laf I loon left Saturday night for San loyal Illinois I Mr Robert Francis and family will leave Thursday for Linton Indiana to make their future home Kbpy arrived at Sam James Jr t t lot if Ton November 28 to make his future home Sam is all smiles and says he is a genuine Republican Miss Madye Engleby and Mr Charles Cargal of this place were married December 10 at Marion Miss Engleby was one of Ohio countys most charming and cultured young ladies while Mr Cargal is one of our most prosper ous and popular young business men We join their many friends in wishing them much joy and happiness in their new walk in life rFOR THE BUSY READER The President has received many complaints and suggestions about the car shortage situation and among the later is one that the Government take over the railroads and operate them until conditions are relieved i1 Harry Thaw is to be tried for the murder of Stanford White Januaryt ttimeThaw and District Attorney Jerome I reachedan agreement Thaw is dek lighted with the news of an early trial 11 r The ourt of Appeal held in a de cision by a divided court that the revenue act of 1906 so far as it applies to national banks is not effective this year the banks cannot be required to pay taxes on Government bonds held at this time The decision affects every national bank in Kentucky On recommendation of the general staff the secretary of war has or ttaredaVtrial by court martial of Major Charles W Penrose and Cap tain Edger A Macklin of Company first battallion of the Twentyfifth infantry under the sixtysecond ar eof war for conduct against good order and discipline failing- In their duty in preventing and suppressing the riot at Brownsville Texas last August A Quarter for 15Cents We are going out of the Stock Food business Until January 18 will sell you a 60c package for 35c r 50c package for 30c or a 25c packages for 15c Pratts International and r Rex Come early J H WILLIAMS THE EASY WAY TO lE- TChristmas r Gifts- OR JEWELRY Select yourpreaeots now Pay a small fepoSltThen pay a small amount each week By Christmas it is paid for The price is the same as if you paid all in cash This plan originated with me and has proven successful Everything in the lino of Watches Diamonds Jewelry Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Ware Cut Glass Clocks Ornaments Etc I aim to have the most complete line of holiday jo ids ever carried in Ohio county Also repairing and optical department complete and ef ficient t Call and examine the goods and get my pries before going elsewhere Engraving free tf charge on all articles bought of me during the Holidays JB TAp AN Jewelr And Optician t hr HARTFORD XYIt I r- V s E P11BARNES BROTHERS IM 1 THE SANTA CLAUS STiaEI I Santa Claus Store Old Santa has been hustling up and down and all around this 4worldfor another twelve months getting together the most at tractive and most pleasing collection of Christmas Gifts he has ev er distributek among his multitudes of expectant little ones The preparatory work for this unsurpassable display of Christmas Gifts is all done Santa Claus with Headquarters at this store is now ready for you to visit his Headquarters to see the largest and most attractive assortment of useful pleasing and suggestive Christmas i articles ever shownin this place Novelties of all descriptions and our assortments of practical useful articles will impress anyone 1with thediscretion with which they were chosen There are gifts t here for the man woman miss boy girl or child Popular prices i 1 I prevail over everything Buy now The selection is better and the rush is so great as later Presents can be bought and left here until I I t t Christmas Eve t j 1 I BooksL Childrens Linen Books at each 5c and lOc Picture Books for chiTrfien at each 5u t and lOc 1ChildrensStory Books Books of Ad venture of Great Men Natural History and Bible Stories Priced each ti at25ctolC For older heads we Tiave many choice selections by the roos telebrated authors M of the age Bibles Nice Stiff Board Lack Bibles at each t 50cFlexible Back Bibles without index 1 SI 125 150 With net 150 200 r 250 Family Bibles 2rSOO 350 400 U Toy Land We have more Toys roe Trinkets S More Novelties more everything than ever before You cant find such a display any where thiidhof a large city Toy Tea Sets Toy Rocker Toy Tables t Toy Engines f Toy Autos I 1i Toy Go Cu1sr sToyTrumpets t Toy Yelowjpedes Toy Wagons Toy Buggiest Toy Desfcs a I Toy Laid Toy BucieJjr Wa Lboo7Ur iiiroySad Jrensj Christmas Sugges tion for the Men Military Sets in latest style materials Some beauties for 2 250 300 350 4 OD 500Cuff Collar Boxes At each 1I 150 200 250 300 Hat and Cloth Brush Set At each 150 250 and 300 Cambric and Linen HandkerchiefsI At each 5c 10c loc 20c 25c and50c Silk Handkerchiefs Initial and Plain At each 50c Latest in Neckwear At each 25c and50c Cufl Buttons Watch Charms Watch Fobs Watch Chains Scarf Pins Gloves Shirts and many more you can see by visiting this store Toy Hoes Toy Shovels Toy Rakes Toy Hammers Toy Hatchets Anti hundreds of other Toys that we havent space to mention Dollss Such a collection of nice Dolls you have never seen Dressed Dolls with Sleeping Eyes Beautiful Dresses Shoes and Stocking neat Bonnets also some that t have always been awake At each 25c 5oe 75c 1 up to 3oo Fine kid Bodied Dolls with pretty faces with and without sleeping eyes I 25ct 1- China Dolls 5c lot 25c JRttbber Dolls lot 25e Rare Gifts for The Ladies youth Brush and Mirror Sets at eachI 100 UO 200 250 100 100 500 and 000 Manicure Sets Sloo 2oo 25o 3oo 4 oo Hand and Mantle Mirrors 25o ooc S 115o2oo 3oo Decorated Lamps 115o 2oo 3oo 35o 45o ooo Soo S5t Bisque Figures and Vases nt each 25c 5oc 75c 1 loo 2oo 25o 35o Rockers Rugs Salads Comports Clocks Picture This whole paper wouldnt hold it all Gifts to Making Home More Beautiful Bed Room Suite Priced at 18 to 45 dollars Iron or Wood Beds Priced at 2 25o 45o 550 Goo 75o on up to 12 00 each Nice Oak Dresser with French plate mirror at each9oo tl1dup to S25 Elegant Felt Mattreses at 800 to 1 ooo Folding Beds Couches CarpotsLace Curtains Spsings Window Shades Table Linens Towels Napkins Knives and Forks Spoons Plates and Cups and Saucers Headquarters1 Millinery Our sales in this department have gone beyond our most sanguin expecta tions But we have made considerable preparation for the Christmas trade anti have put clean out prices on every Hut in the house This menus the lust and final deep cut in this department Now is your opportunity to get a pretty upto date Mat at your own price Christmas Good Things to Eat can be had from our Grocery section We have made an unusual preparation in Nuts Candies Oranges IJanana A plesRaisins as well as all sorts ofcllllllef Fruits anti every day necessities Give us your orders Same will be filled to your entire satisfaction MERRY CHRISTMASr r Another year is fast FY awing to a close irfSh its sunlight and shadows its withered leaves and fragrant flowers Have you thought of how much better you would feel in a nice new Suit and Orwrttevts during the Holidays If ou are wearing one of our new Suits you wont hesitate to go in any class of society It puts you on an equality in ap tt pcaranco with any aawsio Visit our Clothing department and satisfy yourself as to the truthfulness of the above asserts r y 1Weare the sole dbiriftwtw of Hart Schafber Marx high class strictly All Wool Suits and Overcoats Priced at 1650 182250 25 N Barnes Special Sratoaod Overcoats 450 5V 6 750 8 10 12 1350 15 t Acomplete line of boys aneF childrens Snits and Overcoats you can see for the asking tBuy King Quality Shoes for Men Buy Queen Quality Shoes for Women t BEAVER DAMf KENTUCKY t K JWI1MWwWJlW1JL IfDTLtlM1VJIJ OO f satF lrYt 1Mkt M1lii i 1906 TOBACCO SOlO Daviess County Equity Ware 4house Co Sell Trash Violated Agreement With Other j Equity Companies and Trouble May Follow Tim 1006 crop of trash tobacco I controlled by the Daviess county Equity Warehouse Company has I been sold says the Owensboro Mes senger This announcement will cause surprise l j in every tobacco growing sec tion In the Green river district The tobacco has been sold for several days but the transaction was kept from the public The Purchas er of the tobacco is Robert OFlynn who recently bought the Elliott fac tory on Triplett street The 1906 crop of tobacco controlled by the Daviess county Equity Warehouse Company consists of about one million pounds There are two reports as to the sale of tobacco One is that only a certain grade of the trash was purchased Another report is that the entire crop was disposed of The price to be paid is 450 a hundred pounds- It will bo remembered that an agreement existed in the Society of Equity In Daviess county that none of the 1906 crop of tobacco was to be sold until the remaining portionr I of the 1901 crop and the 1903 crops of tobaacco had been disposed of The sale of the trash by the home warehouse people is sure to cause much comment by the Equity peo pie over the district It is believed that immediate action will be taken by the Equity men who are not con nected with the Home Warehouse Company Open bowel the cold out of your system Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup opens the bowels and at the same time allays the Inflammation of the mucous membranes Contains Honey and Tar Drives out the cold and stops the cough Absolutely free from any opiates Conforms to the Na tional Pure Food and Drug Law Pleasant to take Sold by all drug gists m I Womans Invention A woman said a paper maker invented blue paper It was by an accident that she did it though i Before her time all paper was white She was the wife of William Eastes one of the leading paper makers of England in the eighteenthI century In passing plant on day she dropped a into a vat of pulp Eastes was hadIseenThe paper in the vat which should have been white came into blue The workmen were mystified East es raged while Mrs Eastes kept quite The upshot was that the pa per was sent to London marketed damaged to be sold for whatever it would bring The selling agent in London was shrewd He saw that this blue tint ed paper was attractive He declared it to be a wonderful now invention 1 and he sold it off like not cakes white price atI iyydoEEaastees rerived more of the blue paper anorderforl and his men wasted trying vainly to fill Then Mrs Eastes came forward andtold the story of the blue bag There was no difficulty after that in making the blue paper This papers price remained very high Eastes having n monopoly in making it Following the Flag When our soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines health was the most important consideration Wilfs T Morgan retired Commissary Ser- I geant US Aof Rural Route No 1Concord NH says I was two years in Cuba and two years m the p Philippines and being subject to to colds 1 took Dr Kings New v Discovery for Consumption which kept me in perfecthealth And now fn New Hampshire we find it the best medicine In the world for coughs colds bronchial troubles andean lung diseases Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug gists Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle freemA nfe Varmint liancockcarionlr t Mr Enoch Baker a fisherman who operates in the Ohio river just below Hawesyille had a very queer looking l f99 s yt I i rr f Ilh i JiJ f j They Stand Alone Standing ontln bold rrf all alone opentrankund ulUlcwd are Dr llercos Favorite Proscription for weak overworked do ta t4oJ nervous rundown racked women nnd Dr Ilercos Golden remedyforliver or blllountiecs all catarrhal affections whether or the stomach bowels bladder nasal passages throat bronchia or other mu remedyforor blood as scrofulous and skin affectionsKach bottlo of the above medicines bonIStytclrcn placesthlIand Is the best guaranty of their I merits They cannot bo cl as tlnt nor secret medicines for they are neither cumixtidtlvnDr afford to take the nflllcted Into his full confidence and lay all the Ingredients of his medi cines freely Ixforo them because these Ingredients am such as lire endorsed and most strongly praised by scores of the i most eminent writers as cures for tho diseases for which these medl I cines are recommended Therefore the uponDrcurative vauo of his medicines for cer late easily recognized disease A glance at tho printed formula on each bottle will show that no alcohol and no harmful or habitforming drugs enter Into Dr 1lcrco medicine they being wholly compounded of glycerlc extracts of tho mats of native American forest plants These are bet and safest for curt of most lingering chronic diseases Dr R V Pierce can ho consulted FKKK by addressing him at Buffalo N Y and all communications are ro garth na sacredly con denttal It Is as easy to be well as lIIaneS much more comfortable Constipation It tho cause of many forms of Illness Dr Ilercos Pleasant Pellets cure constipa tion They ares tiny sugarcoated gran ule Iii a Juu live two a inllitcathartle All dealers Ir medicine tell them unimal on exhibition in town Tuesday Mr Baker thinks the animal a water dog though he confesss it is different from any he ever saw be fore Others think it a young allga tor To classify the uncanny var mint seems to be out of the ques Lion It is about fifteen inches in length and is not unlike a cat fish except that it is has four legs about four inches in length It is the most hidious looking specimen we ever saw and is probably something new to the world Mr Baker caught it in one of his nets nlDeadly S Bites Are as common in India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For the latter however there is a sure remedy Electric bitters the great restorative medicine of which S A Brown of Bennettsville S C says They restored my wife to perfect health after years of suffering with dyspepsia and a chronically torpid liver Electric Bitters cure chills and fever malaria biliousness lame back kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on guarantee by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists Price 50c m IDEAL SITE SECURED Kentucky Gets the Choice of Locations at tbe Jamestown Exposition Kentucky has secured an ideal site for a State Buillding at the James town Exposition next year The Kentucky Building whichns to be a replica of the Fort of Boonesboro will be located on the northern side of the Exposition grounds and immediately fronting on Hampton RoadsA pine grove numbering some 500 trees furnishes a back ground for the stockade and log cabins Some of the trees will be encircled by the stqckade And will add to the picturesque appearance of the structure About seventyfive feet from the front of the stockadeis the beach of Hampton Roads It is an excellent beach and the sands come to the Very doors of the cabins The scheme is in complete harmony with the original site of Daniel Boones fort The structure built by the great pioneer was flank ed in the rear by no forest while runS ning along the other side of the stockade was the Kentucky River The pine forest had been reserved by the Exposition Company exclusively as a park and all other requests at this place as a building fiite had been refused The request of the Kentucky Commission was grant id only because the building to be erected by this State will harmonize with the surroundings CASTOR1Ar Tb KM YH Hare Always Bnt Bears th- IIlpatvloft f Y L UNIQUE PLAN To Run Postal Service By Private Corporation W D Boyce the publisher and several times a millionaire of Chij cagohas startled the country by ing known a proposition to take the postal service out of the hands pf the Government and run it in connect ion with a number of other business Then on a system which will net large profits to the corporation Mr Boyce has been in Washington for the purpose of laying his plans be fore the Government and to try to get the matter adjusted at an early date if possible The proposition is- substantially as follows To turn over the postofiice business to a 50r 000000 corporation under full Government regulations to reduce lone half all postal rates establish postal express and apply busi methods throughout to pay the Gov ernment rental for postoffice quar ters and charge it regular rates lor- its postal business to place in change a wellknown railroad traffic expert to whom the place has been offered at 30000 annually to elim inate all sinecures politics and the deficit and to pay the Government all profits above seven per cent on capitalThe proposal includes an agreement to immediately cut postage rates in half Under such an ar rangement there could be no deficit for the Government to meet because the corporation would have to make ends meet It is proposed to pay the postofficeIand to charge the government reg ular rates for services performed for it Mr Boyce says that he is thorough ly in earnest in his proposition and desires early action by Congress If the proposition has no other result it may bring about discussion where by the enormous deficit existing may to some extent at least be eli mated under control of the Government A vegetable cor for the stomachs of babies and children with the name of each ingredient in English on every bottle that is CASCASWEETS the ideal medicine for the little ones Contains no opi ates Conforms fully with the Na tional Pure Food and Drug Law Write E C DeWitt Co Chicago III for the Baby Book Sold by all druggists m Animal Wonders Unlike most animals horses have no eyebrows and hares are minus All Run Down HIS is a common expres sion we hear on every side Unless there is some organic trouble the con dition can doubtless be remedied Your doctor is the best adviser Do not dose yourself with all kinds of advertised remedies get his opinion More than likely you need a concentrated fat food to enrich your blood and tone up the system Scotts Emulsion 6f Cod Liver Oil is fust suchTS a food in its best form It will build up the weakened and wasted body when all other foods fall to nourish If you are run down or emaciated give it a trials it cannot hurt you It is essentially tile best possible nourishment for delicate children and pale anaemic girls We will send you a sample free pictureInthe wrapper or every bottle of you buy SCOTJ BOWNE I ChcmiJb I g09Pearl Street New York I I hoc 8IMtNljrvulab r eyelids Consequently the eyes of the latter cannot be shut and a thin membranous substance covers them when asleep The eye of the owl is also very peculiar seeing that it is immovably Sued in its socket and Toivantage it can turn its head almost completely around without moving its body If you were to keep a frogs mouthopen many minutes it would soon die as owing to its peculiar construction it can only breathe with its mouth closed Cfii the other hand fishes are compelled to keep opening and closing their mouths in order to give their respiratory organs full play A curious fact about the eel is that it has less life in its head than in its tail conse quently when killing an eel the fisherman smashes its tail it also has two hearts Snakes usually have their teeth in their head but one variety in Africa whose principal food is eggs is provided with a sub stitute for them in its stomach E C DeWitt Co Chicago at whose labratory Kodol is prepared assures us that this remarkable di gestant and corrective for the stom ach conforms fully to all provisions of the National Pure Food and Drug Law The Kodol labratory is a very large one but if all the sufferers from indigestion and stomach troubes could know the virtues of Kodol it would be impossible for the manufacturers to keep up with the demand Kodol is sold here by aU druggists m BRIDGE OF MAHOGANY Valuable Wood Used in Mexican Structure for Pedestrains And Teams As mahogany is among the most costly woods in the world it may well be inferred that this tropical material is not very extensively em ployed in the construction of build ings etc A bridge constructed of solid mahogany is certainly a rarity a curiosity There is one claimed to be the only one in the world built of that material This structure is located in the Department of Palen que State of Chiapas Republic of Mexico The district lies in the ex treme southwestern part of Mexico near the boundry line of Guatemala This mahogany bridge is construct ed entirely of that valuable wood except some iron supports braces and nails that are necessary The bride spans the Rio Michol and its total length including approaches exceeds 510 feet while the width is fifteen feet It is used by both teams and pedestrains and though some what rude and primitive In construction it is very substantial None of the timbers of the flooring were sawed for in that region there are no sawmills but were hewn and splitIn that section of old Mexico there are several very large rubber plan tations and mahogany trees are quite common In clearing away the tropical forests for setting out the young rubber trees the mahogany growths are also cut down and removed As this wood is quite abundant some of it was used in the building of the bridge I Do you use an atomiser is treating Nasal Catarrh Then you will ap precise Elys Liquid Cream Balm quickest surest remedy for this disease In all curative properties it is identical with the solid Cream Balm which is so fa mous and so successful in overcoming Catarrh Hay Fever and Cold in the head There is relief in the first dashof spray upon the heated sensitive air passages All druggists 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St New York Would Abolish Christmas- A minister in Chicago thinks that if Christ were to come on earth one of the first things he would do would be to abolish Christmas Christ mas has become a burden almost too great to be borne he said Think of the many weary hours the busi ness world is how laboring under to take care of the extra work entailed by the proximity of Christmas Think again of the constraint in many a tender heart which longs to discharge the obligations thrust upon it by gifts of friends in former years and yet which is unable tot respond to the expectations This is all out of accord with the spirit of Him whose birthday weare sup posed to celebrate I I IAVegetable Promotes Dislionc erfui ness and Itest otataa neither iumMorpiuae orMillEr- aLNorNAKconp rorCOll5tipanon Worms ConvusunsJevcrish ness and Loss orSUXP Facs4l Sifoatareof NEW YORK pfBCtr txecasrrura J CASIORIA1 and The Have Alwa1Jght Signature of In1k Thirty Years 2zCASTORIA yE- kliy CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBUCIV and Louisville Heraldl12THE REPUBMCAJC and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal150T- HE REPUBLIC and St Louis 175 THE REPUBLICAK and 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GlobeDemocrat National Magazine r I I People I Clue I r I i P w a 0 a s i r BIG FOUR New York Central Lane = P The Best Line to IllIiuaUs f I Pllrfl CkIcN T111r1 f Ottrtrt f Cleveland Buffalo New Yorkf A sitmhedTicket P5e Big Four No 259 FjouHk avenue or write to SJ GATES l Gent Agent Passenger Dept i General LouisVille Ctncimiati ILJ f Kyt Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN a r- y 1- dt s Hartford Republican Iitnxl br the HartlonllnhllshlsgCompnsytycosroavtsnl r J C M niKIETTl Edltnrv V K NMITII I t I tEr=ronotca Ournllrlnd31oRoUlib Zivrr tIFRIDAY DECEMBER 21i I ANNOUNCEMENTS i We are nuthorlied to announce SA SIIK1V SON of West Ilnrtfonl Irulnct n rnmlld te 3 for IlpprcKentntlre In the General AMMiibljr from k thli the Ash district subject to the action of ltepubllcanpartyWe to nnnonnee W W IAIIK ot the 1Id Imlnct n candidate for llrprcfn tnil vein the flenernl Assembly fromthUtheitlth t district nubject to the action of the liepnbllcnn Icpatty i Examine the label on your paper If j It Is not correct notify us i Now isnt Gov Beckhams lid a daisy It dont stay on in Louisville at all o V TilE financial column says money is easy But the trouble is the man t who has it is not t IF Beckham was really sincere in his postelection promises why dont he get busy with the lid J t MOTHERS should begin to darn t babys stockings so that Santa Glaus t gifts will not slip through t sties insists that he is Francela every one own ion THE time has aA come around i for the application of the rule that it is more blessed to give than receive TU T S AN Indiana woman offers to pay 500 for a husband In some parts Viiofthe country she could get two forj that amount If a plan could be devised to pay Congressmen for the time they worked some of them would be in debt to the government at the end of their terms i FOR fifty years I had nothing but flattery and praise says Sena tor Depew Mighty lucky Senator Only a limited few succeed in fooling em that long THE first cent made by the United States mint has been sold as a curio for 92 It is one of the few rare hones that is not in possession of the Rockefellers or Morgans ix WHEN Count Boni arose to speak Cin the Chambers of Deputies about of the members walked out They certainly were afraid that he wanted to tell his troubles Tim twopound lemon exhibited at the Florida State Fair is just about the size of the one Bellamy Storer has received with compli ments of the White House RICHARD u SOY says that Japan could capture the Philippines y in one day However Japan I pretends to be too busy to take a day off to attend to the matter t THE President has abandoned his I proposedsimplified spelling scheme I The house of Representatives voted s its disapproval and the President r said all right While it would have J saved thousands of dollars to the Government by lessening the public printing bill the President has in dicated that ha is willing to spell though though instead of tho if the peoples representatives desire it that way I WOULD like to see a man of gu bernatorial size nominated for every j State office so that we could say that every candidateis big enough to be Governor Said Don C Edwards Congressman elect from the Eleventh Kentucky District in a recent in terview Thats certainly the spirit in which the Republicans should go about the business of nominating a I State ticket not only nominate a I candidate for Governor of guberna toriaL size but large ones for thereat of the ticket and we are sure to win i I A L atetornc in Louisville says Kentucky has a statute i y whivh if invoked can speedi ly end the car famine If the At iitorney General in the name of the Commonwealth will file a petition in the Franklin CircuitCourtngaima any and all railroads to forfeit their charter because of their failure to furnish cars to the coal operators ink the mining districts the car fam ine will forthwith cease If this be a correct view Attorney General I 1- at r Hays can by one stroke end what is denominated the greatest car famine ARTHUR WARREN who it is said is quit unfriendly to President Roosevelt lays aside the mantle of enmity and sums up his worth as a man and Chief Executive of a great country asfollows The gods are good to the President They turn all things and all people tohis favor I They even calm the hysteria of the imperfect and lure the sagacious on with blueeyed smiles He has the happy art this chieftain or is it a gift of divining the peoples will even before the country is quite sure of its own conclusions There isa psychic something about him which enables him to know the work ings of the great popular mind before the aspirations seething in it have found tongue He alone walks i in the sun and leaves the politicians groping in the gloom of yester night He is close to the great heart ELSEWHERE these columns we publish a list of donations designed fora Kentucky exhibit at the Jamestown Exposition contributed by school children of Ohio county The sums from most of the districts are small but it illustrates the pride and inordinate self esteem even of t Kentucky children It represents the true American spirit which fill ed the breasts of our forefathers who wrought the independence and made possible this great free nationi But why is it necessary for the S te of KenItuckyren for the purpose of obtaining funds to provide for a State exhibit at a great commercial show such as will be the Jamestown exhibi tion Tie Legislature of the State failed and refund to make any ap probation for the purpose as is the usual custom Its members did the bidding of their chief and appro priated the 40000 asked for that j purpose and 10000 more as annual salaries for needless new offices created at his command and filled by l appointment from his array of 1j in brief tells the story of why school children are u nisi in the funds for a KenI tu KY exhibit at the great Jamestown exposition THAT the raid and destruc tion of trust tobacco factories at Princeton recently was the direct result of incendiary speeches made I by professional politicians there is but Htlle doubt It has become the common custom of the average office seeker who for the lack of personality or the champion of any principal that appeals to the voter to contend that the trust magnates oughtItomany of the most destitute of cam paign thunder say they should be hung The prejudice of the people is appealed to and their baser passions aroused to the highest degree t of desperation so that only a leader is needed for them to give way to lawlessness and to the commission of j lawless deeds It is too often the case that the politician indulges in unfounded charges against corporate capital for the sole purpose of catch ing the people who do not study such matters themselves The demagogue sometimes rides into office on the aroused feeling of the people against the trusts and after reach ing the goal worships at the shrine of the trusts he has basely abused Thus is the career of the peanut politician and the sooner the country is done with him the better The trust in the practical accept ance of the term is a curse but no less so than the unscrupulous demagogue The one takes from the people by the mighty hand of oppression the other by deceit and in trigue We are unqualifiedly in favor of putting such oppressive combinations as the tobacco trust the beef trust and the pil trust out of business in a legitimate way such as the A S of E propose So also are ice Sri favor of forever retiring the professional demagogue politician Eruptions The only way to get rid of pimples and other erup IS cleanse the blood improve the digestion stim tdte the kidneys liver and skin The to take is MoodsSarsaparilla Which has cured thousands ROCKPORT I Dec 18The public school upder the management of 1 rof E A Smith and Miss Sudie Maddox is progressing very successfully Miss Blanche Muir of Central City who has been visiting her cous in Miss Maude Cairns returned to her home yesterday Miss Janie Render of the West Providence neighborhood is here studying telephony- Mr DF Gibbs and family and Mrs Gibbs mqther Mrs E LI Jackson have left Rockport to make their home in Evansville where Mr Gibbs has a position and possibly an interest with Ragon Brothers the wholesale grocers Mr Gibbs is a near relative of the RagonsJ and the father of the original Ragon I brothers once lived in Ohio county Mr Gifibs has been a successful bus iness man in Rockport for a number of years and has served as postmas ter most of the time They will all be much missed by their many friends It is not yet known who will occuiiy their house The ladies of the As you like It Clubentertained at Herrels Hall last Wednesday evening At ten oclocka nice lunch was served The occasion was highly enjoyed by everyone present Rev Dr Crawford of the Presbyterian Theological Seminary of Lou isville preached at the Presbyterian church here Sunday and Sunday night for the pastor Rev E V Tadlock a student of the Seminary Dr Crawford is very popular here New Gents Furnishing House firstIclassbrick building formerly occupied by THE REPUBLICAN on Center street January 1 1907 He is now pur chasing themost complete and up todate stock ever brought to Hart furdIHe will also carry a nice line of undertakers goods Hismotto will letjliveNotice 10 local uniohs of the A S of E throughout the county You are requested to select a committee of one to take the census of the grain for sale in your respective dis tricts and send delegate to report same at a meeting of the grain growers association to be held in Hartford on Monday January 7 1907 DAVID MOUELAND Hartford Business Institute- Not the oldest just the best as our patrons will attest On December 31st the H B I will open up its new qaithers down town and will continue without any break through the spring and sum merNew furniture will be added and everything done to make our busi ness Institute the equal in every re pect of old Business colleges Students enter at any time and are properly classified Any ener getic young man or young woman 1 who will enroll at this institution will not only be well repaird but be experilnceIStudents satisfaction We have no trouble in securing positions Another teacher will be added to j our teaching force after the Holidays j Enroll now and secure a good practical business position NEI TIE ROGERS Land Sale For Taxes By virtue of taxes due me as Sheriff of Ohio county Ky I will on Monday January 7 1907 expose to public sale at the Court House door in Hartford Ky the following lands or so much thereof as may be necessarytoproduce the sums re quired viz- TiixpuvefHNaiiie IlUt No Acre + Tutn Austin MAl 25 4 55 Howard J A 1 20 4 87 Butler A F guar 10 100 6 30 Baize Jno J 10 10 578 Daugherty James 10 30 515 ampfieldGWAgt Cynthia Campfield 7 1 4 03 Chapman Mrs S A 23 100 4 03 Fuqua Wm K 24 25 4 8s Graves Sallie T 24 160 8 78 Nelson R L 24 100 6 53 Roach Jermiah 29 100 776 ipencer John 29 10 4 55 Geoguarflll 4 70 5 30 levfrow Melvin 11 68 580 Daniel B C 22 28 5 80 JHiel H G agt R W Ross 22 75 5 30 Wade D E 28 70 980 White Mrs Mary 32 10 4 61 Dowing B M 9 3 5 14 ROYirBdKINt PureGrapeeamfTartr The only excuse for buying anything but a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Saking Powder is to save a few cents in price JROYAL costs you a few cents more per can than Alum or Phos phate of Lime powders but it is worth far more than the difference- to keep your biscuits cakes and pastry free from the injurious effects of these cheapeningsubstitutes Continued use of Alum means permanent injury to health Avoid Alum AilmentsSayplainl- yROYAL BAKING A POWDERt 519EOiler J H 18 75 8 31 Wedding C T 20 4 67 Crowe J W 18 1 5 98 MidkifF Estill 18 10- Towniit 4 75 Williams E T admr I J S Williams 1 2 10 701 Coffman A B agtIfor Jess Goodall Andrew 15 1 G 45 Himes Luther 9 1 7 34 Howard Hiram ngt I for Tessa Brown 8 1 5 65 Magee Mrs Dorji 14 1 570 COLORED Hunter Mrs Nancy 15 1 344 Cooper Wood 13 1 472 Lindley Sylvester 15 1 506 Mile Willie 20 1 531 Coppajre M E 19 1 564 McCarthey Geo W 16 1 608 NONRESIDENT Am BraId J W 25 168 C S 79 5 93 Ellis W T and J W 45 Ii tFuqua John S 65 6 91 Haynes Parker 25 655 Humphrey T W 31 4115 Morris V P 30 377 Stinnett Joe L and V D 36 468 Shiverley Thos and W L 30 734 Stevens W P 112 15 55 Smith Elizabeth 40 2 82 Smith J D 8 216 Worlev Leamler 65 485 Watd David S 30 395 Yates Matilda C6J 5 31 Solinger N os- Town 14 28 Ioti Mrs Annie 1 4 68 43IFacts About the Canal Distance from Colon to Panama air line is fortytwo miles Distance betwewn two points by railway H forty seven milts Distance by the canal when finish ed it is estimated will be fiftyfour miles Since the decision by Congress in June last decreeing the construc tion of a lock canal at an elevation of eightvfive feet the commission has fixed lefinitely the location on the Atlantis side of three sets of locks nnd a great rlnm at Gatun and on the Pnrific side of one set of locks nt Pcrlr Miiniel and two sets nt La Boca a large one between Sosa high and C rozal and a small eM one between Sosa and San Juan i Hill I For that- Dandruff There is one thing that will cure ItAyers Hair Vigor It is a regular scalpmedicine It quickly destroys the germs which cause this disease The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy The dandruff disap pears had to disappear A healthy scalp means a greatdeal to youhealthy hair no dan druffno pimples no eruptions The bestkiodof telUmonW Sold for over sixty yoari 0lyerCoLoerettDteaeAfro i AJ4d1 9 SARSAPARILLA J PILLS O CHEBBY PECTORAL Jl iI AS USUALkHead- quarters f for Santa ClausAt the Same Stand Where He Always Leaves they Nicest Things He Has at L Wayne Griffin Bros DRUGSTORE The line consists of everything new and pretty and at the most reas h LampsMedaliona v make the old zmd young happy Our line of Toys is larger than ever Something to delight the children Wagons Trains Blocks Books Th prettiest line of Dolls in town and everything one can think of at themost reasonable prices Be sure tb come in and dee a large and pretty Christmas Line ec Dont Forget The Place h zo WAYNE GRIFFIN BRA lfrlru- s DRUGGISTS il1 IIeixtfoarci Kenttxcly- t r d f n n U O rS1v Nt t aEfw4- YtiTt f r3xE y EYES is FN SECIALTY1 tI 1 IDS I JXJJEXE l 4OtINuMlivlllc Will ho at NEW COMMERCIAL HOTELHARTFORD KENTUCKY jj Saturday Dew 22 and 29 1906 4 f4 Eye examination and advice free recommended 4 needed Charges moderateb1 OpticianfiIiirTrvLMairr vv r r i r r Hartford Rep hlua FRIDAY DECEMBER 21 Illl nolH Central nnllro =uITableI j Inrlli Hiiiuiil No I =2dn0t3nu No IfJdnl2 pm- Nolt2dn2141 u m Nnltlll llntinil j Sll 11I li21 x u No lnlln 241 I w Nil 111 ilnvHUn t I I 1 TbatfXhius holidays aro now on you will want to take a hunt Why not to U Carsons and buy 1a good gun for the occasion j He handles the Marlin both I and shotguns and other standard makes All kinds loaded shells I f I Pretty Silverware at Fairs r Pretty line of Rugs for Xmas at j Fairs i Buy your wife or daughter a Cloak at Fairs Some bargains in Childrens Cloaks at FairsV Guns Where At U S Carsons 11tf Cranberries and Mince Meat at City Restaurant Fruits Nuts Candies Etc at CityRestaurant For ladies and childrens Cloaks 1 Carsdn Co Rev JA Bennett Beds called Mo see us Tuesday i i Those Oyster Stews at City Res taurant are simply fine We are paying 25 cents per dozen for Eggs at Carson Co LIf you want Shoes that are to the times see Carson Co Syjjdlarship in Massey Business College for sale at this I U S Carson has the daintiest fruits and candies in Hartford U SXCarsort has the most upto date fruits and candies in town Get your Meals and Lunches when in Hartford at City Restaurant p Mr E C Bairdand son Marvin Beda were pleasant callers Monday Oysters Fish and Celery con stantly on at City Restaurant See Sam Bachla Clothing for winter They nt good look good and wear good ver atsat almost own prices at Long Cos Economy Store For Scholarship m the Bowling t t Green Buide a College applyatthls office Nice Table Linens l and Towels prices right at Long Cosl Economy Store l rJ a qj 1 a known facility toli1 t correctly examine j and fit them lt with proper glasses There f are no unpleas b1 ant ordeals in my J examination I J have mown spe i cial methods which enable 9 me to give you i the best eye ex b animation possi = ble ILur Ej Term the J 8 t E Glasses only t1 when 49 B i ir go S rifles of Guns Guns see up office rand t 4 Nice Furs at Fairs for Xmas For Xmas supplies call on U S Carson Trunks Suit Cases at Fairs INice BuyyourXmasOvercoatsatFairs Special prices Buy your toys at Fairs this week Avoid the rush next Miss Lida Morton the Milliner i with Carson Co See her for Hats For a nice fruit basket call at U S Carsons and have them filled to order Prof L N Gray left Tuesday for a few days business trip through the South Sunday evening suppers at City Restaurant is becoming quite fashionable City Restaurant will be chock full of everything good to cat during the Holidays Attorney C M Crowe was i Louisville on business the first of the week IOur stock of Clothing and Over coats was never more complete at Carson Cos Get your Clothing Cleaned an Pressed at Pearls Pantiorium at Y M C A rooms Fancy Back Combs Side Combs Belt Buckles cat Long Cos Economy Store For solid comfort those Steak and Fish meals at City Restaurant cant be beat Try em PetersShoes alwaysuptodate and going at the old prices at Long Cos Economy Store ISee our line of Dress Goods and Silks New ones for Xmas at Long Cos Economy Store FOR SALE A scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Call on or address Tin REPUBLICAN Schrceters Floating Studio will b here only a short time Better ge your photos madenow 21tf MooreS Crabtree have new Sor ghum fresh Cabbage and a fine line of family Groceries Call on them We have Chairsf or mother Chai for father Chairs for sister Chairs for brotherforXmaspresen at Carson ft Co Messrs McDowell Fogle and Cecil Stevens who are attending school at Georgetown college are at home hereto spend the holidays Mr and Mrs Q W Griffin Ow Mr6riftinsparenta ry Griffin city Sunday and Monday Mr Isaac Foster who for the past severalyearshasrtieen in charge of the New Commercial Hotel has tented the Earrasa residence on Union street and wil move to same the first of January ti LouIisville called to see us Dont buy a thi yesterdayj you see our line I J H WILLIAMS sborowillllvisit the Ho1iiJaysIEarlington ICy are the guests of relatives here Mr C E Raley and daughter Miss Bessie Raley near Rosine were pleasant caIers yesterday Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers j Promptjdelivery all Wool ten quarter Blanket for I 375 At Long Cos Economy Store What more do you want for your money fiftytwo inch Mohnir for on ly 5Qc at Long Cos Economy StoreCity maintains its reputation as being the most uptodate place in Hartford Everything neat as a pin I County Attorney Ernest Wood ward and sister Miss Birdie went to Louisville yesterday Editor C11 Barnett of TilE RE PUBLICAN will return today from a j weeks absenae in Louisville and Washington C IMrs William Williams of the Goshen neighborhood was the guest of her daughter Mrs W D Luce the first of the week Miss Winona Stevens who is at tending School at Georgetown college is spending the holidays with her mother Mrs Laura Stevens Schr ters Floating Studio will leave Hartford January 1 Have your photos made now and avoid the usual rush at the end of our stay Mrs J L Barnett and son Junius- s formerly of this place but now of Foreman Arkansas are the guests of Mrs Amanda Barnett near town Mr T S Marks left Tuesday for Marion Ky where he will resume his duties as Storekeepergauger under appointment of Collector Franks J C Wilson will sell his farm five miles east of Beaver Dam also per sonal property Friday becember 28 See handbills for further par ticulars 2212 See the pretty things we have for Waists plfdnand dotted nets all lover Laces Poplines and so many new things at Long Cos Economy Store WANTEDA boy about 14 or 15 years old to learn pressing Call at once at Pearls Pnntinrium TWEDDELLd Mr and Mrs Wallace Riley will leave Sunday for a two weeks visit to relatives of Mrs Rileys at Georgetown Lexington Versailees and Richmond Ky WANTEDTo borrow 1000 at G rearJestateaddress A this office 20tf j Mr David Moreland and family j have moved from their farm near No Creek to the residence in Hart ford recently purchased from Mr J Hi Thomas on Union street Dr J R Williams of Shawnee town III will spend the Holidays andeI pretpared W qa Dr S H Heavrin Louisville was I the of his brother M L week1Dr timerspressI that would be desirable Such things as Handkerchiefs Rugs Muf ifielAKtd Gloves and lots of other things too numerous to mention CARSON Co Onthe thecase of the Com cllargjedbefore Judge Taylor Monday the I defendant waived examining trial and was held under 1000 bond for his appearance atfvthe Tiext grand jury He yjas unable to give the bond and was remanded to jail where he willbe kept until the Sitting of the next grand jury r bJ It 1 j Methodist Sunday School has IThe to have a Christmas tree at church in Hartford next Mon day evening and extend an invitation to any other denomination in town totake part with them J H B CARSON The Ladies Social Club was most Wednesdayafternoon and Miss Fannie Cox at the home of the former The parlors were appropriately j and tastefully decorated i with holly and potted plants carry ing out the color sceme of red and green Light refreshments were I delightfully served and the favors were little red sleighs containing i mints The following ladies attend ed Mesdames FL Felix J S Glenn T L Griffin C M1 Barnett R D Walker R E L Simmerman A S Yewell Hooker Williams John Thomas Rowan Holbrook Will Barnes W S Tinsley Misses Mary I Wedding Margaret Marks Barnett Lettie Marks Sophia W ner Margaret Gunther Carrie W rII ner Mattie Sanderfur and Morton I Marriage License The following marriage license have been issued since our last re port Hiram Willoby Horse Branch age 22to Cormiller White Horse Branch age 19 Counce Turner McHenry age 22 to Flora Goff McHenry awe 16 Shelby Nelsoti Wysox age 23 to Oma Davenport Wysox age 22 Public Sale Saturday January 5 1907 at the Era Taylor farm four miles East of heaver Dam At the above time and place I will offerfor sale at public auction one farm of 260 acres as a whole or in two tracts Terms Onethird cash balance to suit purchaser or all on time with approved security At the sametime I will offer Horses Cattle Hay Corn Farming Implements and Machinery Household and Kitchen Furniture etc on terms to suit purchasers with ap proved security Sale begins at 10 oclock a m- Ir ERA TAYLOR pilSFor further information calf on or address C M Taylor Beaver Barn Ky 23t2 J HERBERT Dec lSMr David A Miller and daughter Mabel visited Mr and Mrs Oscar ftuckols near Maceo from Wednesday until Friday Mr Jim Hillery Miller Owens boro is in this vicinity on business Mr Ivy Floyd visited his brother Carl this week Miss Ora Haynes was the guest of her sister Mrs Barr of Deanefield Thursday night Mr John Nuckols ant family vis ited relatives near PatesvilleSatur day Mrs Jane Simpson and daughter Fannie visited Mr and Mrs Hen ry Milligan Saturday and Sunday Mr Jim Chambers is in Owens boro today- Rev Cicero Corley is engaged in a protracted meeting at West Point IBigHogs of No Creek takes the cake for big hogs He has killed this season three burkshires aggregating 1320 pounds or an average of 440 He still has four others aggregating 1600 pounds three of which are yearlings The heaviest of the four weighs 600 pounds find is not yet fat Who can beat this for hogs I Jamestown Exosition Contrib utions- I have received the following vol untary contributions frqm the teach indicatledin constructing buildings and installing exhibits to fittingly represent the State at the great National Fair to tie held at Norfolk Va next year Hartford CollegeCollegiate Department Mr and Mrs LN Gray 216 Mrs Lucy Wedding andthe 8th grade 99c Lillian Mon roel Grammar Grades 61c Mrs Julia Wedding 3d and 4th grades 125 Mattie Mpseley Primary De partment76cOtie Wallace Lawson 55c Clarence 3 Shown Beda 150 Vernon M Crowder Aetna LoganlwtryGcshen 25c Unknown mailed at Prentis 50c These contributions by the above teachers and their pupils will be appreciated by all part THE LEADER WE ARE HOLDING CMRISTIAS HERDOURRIERS- For Men and Boys Not From Toy Land But From USEFUL LAND Things that you can make use of and get comfort and wear out of They are the presents that are more appreciated A nice Suitor Overcoat for your father or brother or uncle or for your self A nice little Suit for the little fellows a pair Shoesa Hat Fancy top Shirts dressy neck Ties Kid Gloves Mufflers All these are the most excellent and useful presents at small cost that can be presented to man or boy Wa 11 Cocti Staak of Ictniug TheYfitare selling them at very moder pricesWe a full stock of men women and childrens Shoes in all shapesGet or any other of your feminine relation a nice Dress or Skirt or Cloak as a present We have a full stock and can please them Make this your headquarters for wearables Our prices are right SAM BACH Hartford Ky Hartford College THE OLD GNU REL1BBLE HartfordColtegeisnowonaboomlEvery pied bY8 regular teacher The movedltpquarters for another regular teacherin theI Collegiate Department which employ three teachers full time for THIRD and FOURTH TERMS be ginning JANUARY 14 1907 Training of TEACHERS IS MADE A SPECIALTY THOROUGH IN STRUCTION AND RAPID RE1 VIEWS INALL COMMON SCHOOL STUDIES WILL BE GIVEN BY THOROUGHLY COMPETENT AND EXPERIENCED TEACHERS j The Board of Education has made I liberal appropriation for Maps Globes Charts Chemical and other apparatus all of which will be in tailed iby the opening of the Third I Term January 14 1907 dentslarefidenUy expected that Chia number will be increased tameknndredal ter ChriatoiM fttranf Md friends are earnestly reg te4 to help ob1t- amn this number ai thus agate rea new the palraj fejc of Hartford- College triotic KentuchuB who deprecate the failure of the Tact Legislature to make an appropriation for tins commendable enterprise Any additional cbntribaiiow wilt L receivi edat anytime aad forwarded 4o the secretary JAB Ja DEWEESE S CtSiI t ICOME AND SEE W Kingv ITbe Jeweler and Optician You will find an uptodato line of Jewelry such as Watches Chains Charms Scarf Pins Brooches Plain Gold Rings Set Rings etc Also a complete line of the latest and most uptodate Silver Ware including Castors Pickle Jars Butter Knives etc In short I have anything you may want Come and select your presents while my stock is complete These goods are all sold under a guaranteeEngraving done free by competent engraver Office in Hartford House corner Main and Union streets THE SINGER OR Wheeler Wilson If in need of a Singer or Wheeler wiUDrJngone tohitfhiaclpatronaMpeiolicited f Hartford Ky r I DONTS FOR RECEIVING A Few Words on Manners In Christmas Time That May f Aid You i Dont receive ungraciously Even if you dont like what you get pre tend to so far as you can This does not mean gushing Dont count is aloud and then boast of thetfumbernothing is more execrable Dont insist on showing your gifts to every chance caller for the next two weeks after Christmas For intimate friends this is well enough but dont keep it up too long even friends admiration has its limits Dont expect a present because you give one This makes of Christmas a time for barteran objection often with some truth alas raised against Christmas giving Dont apologize if yon have received and not given it is most unpleasant on both sides Dont be ungracious ifyou receive a gift from some one beneath you it may have been given in all sincerity not to propitiate or to curry favor The receiving of un welcome favors as one of the hardest things to endure but we all have itI to endure sometimes at Christmas let it be done graciously Dont make fun of anything tha- is t given you no matter what it is this is the beyond which not of bad tasteIDont put off writing your notes of thanks too long and dont make t them too long when you do writeI y them If you have something defi nite and pleasant to say about the gift say it with sincerity but dont gush meaninglessly It is most un pleasant to be gushed at about a t present that the giver feels sure was not a success U An Alarming Situation r Frequently results from neglect of y clogged bowels and torpid liver un til constipation becomes chronic This condition is unknown to those who use Dr Kings New Life Pills the best and gentlest regulators of stomach and bowels Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin B Bro Hartford Ky Price 50c m A Wandering Lake A scientist at Washington give- the latest information concerning the wandering of Lake Nor in f the Gobi desert aphenomenon about which contradictory views have a been entertained in the scientific worlds The scientist quoted states that i the Tarim river entering the lake from the west brings down during the period of high water late in the summer a great quantity of silt t which has the effect of driving Uiet1 ake lying on the level floor of th desert toward the southeast But the summer wind drifting the surt face sand and darkening the heavens with dust blows generally from the northeast and it too tends to drive the lake before it The combined effect of the urging by the wind and the river is to force the lake south wardYet the scientist thinks the migration of the lake is not constant in direction but shifts back and is forth intermittently according asl the circumstances change The Yazoo Mississippi Valley Is the title of a new pamphlet nowd ready for distribution and published by the Illinois Central Railroad Com pany It discribes in detail the resources and possibilities of the richest valley in the United States Fora free ad dres the undersigued at Manchester j Iowa J F MERRY 22t3 General Immigration Agt Everitt Offers Reward Editors REPUBLICAN Hartford KyI have read with much feeling of sorrow reports of the burning of tobacco warehouses and barns inI Kentucky and so confident am I that the methods and teachings of to the American Seciety of Equity have not instigated thereto or in any way contributed to acts of law g lessness or violence but on the contrary those who accept its teachings and act upon them must proceed not only according to law but ac cording to equity that I will per Ifsonally add 200 to any fund that may be raised for the investigation of said acts of incendiarism or will pay this independently of any fund G provided said investigation leads tob prosecution and conviction Tho sum is now subject to the order of the officers of the State of Kentucky 1 t e M1 charged with the enforcement 0 the laws as above J A EVERITT President of the American Societ of Equity Indianapolis Dec 10 1906 Back ache cold hands and feet rheumatism and kindred ailments caused by improper action of the kidneys yield readily to a short treat ment cf DeWitts Kidney and Bind der Pills They quickly drive the poisons from the system and thus afford relief A weeks treatment for lac Recommended by all druggists m To be Strong The following rules issued by the New York Board of Health for the guidance of consumptives might very well be followed as nearly as possible by all Never sleep or stay in a close roomWhen indoors remain in the sun niest and best ventilated room one if possible which has no carpet Have at least one window open in your bedroom Have a room to yourself when pos sible and at any rate have your own bedGo to bed early and sleep at least eight hours Avoid draughts dampness dust and smoke Keep your feet warm and dry Dont wear a chest protector If you have to work take ever chance to rest you can Avoid eating when mentally or bodily tired or when in a state of nervous excitement Eat plenty of good and wholesome food CAsxwonAHears theTta Kind Yoi Kan Always Bought Bigutu Icf Tomatoes vs Tobacco Central City llepabllciin P C Bruce a prominent farmer of the Bethel neighborhood tells us ithat this year he sold off of one acre of ground 71 worth of toma toesMr Bruce says he can make moreI money by raising tomatoes at 25I cents per bushel than he can on to bacco at the present price It only takes about two months to put out butsthe tobacco crop is on handabout ten months in the year We are told that the thirtyfourth parallel is the natural climate for tomatoes which makes Southern Kentucky and Tennessee an ideal spot for the cultivation of this vege tableThat this climate is especially adapted for the cultivation of the tomato is proven from the orders our local cannery receives from wouldepay our farmers if hey would giveC attention to the production ofI the tomato THE CASH BOY TALKS His Fathers Idea of the Delights of Municipal Ownership Say hose remarked our cash boy this morning my paw Is red hot for mlnntcslckle ownership I dont know what that Is but paw says everybody going to own everything and divide up the profits lie was telling ma about It last night Ma asked him where the people would get the money to buy those as they would cost millions of ollars Paw said Issue bonds youjI IImafor than IItercstI dont see how you could do sold ma tbatI You dont eh replied paw when we went to housekeeping didnt glvlugajgive tho trout another note You Isaac en know nothing about finance You welt until tho mlnnleslcklo ownership gets lu power we will divide the IJrofitsJ among tho people and no ono have unfit We will all be Vandcrbllts Wont you be proud of your hubby when he becomes part owner of all public utilities You see madam there are some things you dont know And then paw looked wise Ma stood and gazed at him for some time null then said II IIkuowthere Is a man more fit for the lunatic asylum than you I dont know hire Then I commenced to whistle Ev erybody Works but Daddy Say you see that lump on the back my hund Paw has had that tune at him before and I wasnt look Ing when his old shoe entail flying my way Youkers Statesman rLONG LIVE THE BOSS Municipal Ownership Would Make Hl Impregnabley allnounccmentIAdver tlscr declares that In the event of urn nlclpal ownership of street railways electric light and gas plants ferries and other public utilities the city employees would constitute n political army that would make a change of mlmlnlstra tlou Impossible It recalls thin fact that 25000 city employees In Philadelphia kept Phila corrupttn great popular uprising overthrew tho grafters If Durham had had control of the street railroads anti other public utili ties In Philadelphia through municipal ownership It observes ho could have i laughed at popular uprisings Ho would have been as absolute In his au thority as the czar The polo Is well takcnIIn other cities under public ownership would be all ItII would In Philadelphia and New Bosses may be overthrown and I grafters turned out whenever tho b lie will It nt present Public oWllcr8hlpI of all public utilities would end tills It would bind the people hand and toot and deliver them Into the hands of political grafters Long Branch Record HOW CITIES LOSE MONEY Municipal Plants Pay No Taxes and Reduce Tax Receipts The subject of lost taxes Is one that deserves far more attention than It usually receives from advocates of municipal ownership There Is scarce countryyalthough It Is just as much an element In cost of production as coal and wages The omission Is readily over looked because It Is a negative ex pense Involving no direct payment but only a loss of Income to the city If you own a store for which you are receiving a good rental and this possess your tenant In order to occupy It yourself the rental value of the store becomes a charge against your bust ness just as It was previously a charge against your tenants business and you are out of pocket unless your profits exceed the rent you formerly received Similarly If a city buys out I or otherwise dispossesses a public sere Ice corporation the real personal and j franchise taxes formerly paid by the corporation become a charge against the operation of the municipal plantI that succeeds the corporation city Is out of pocket unless the profits I of Its plant exceed the taxes lost M O In Chicago ai Dead at Caesar One of the most remarkable reversals of public opinion on record Is that which hiss taken place In Chicago In the past year In the matter of municipal ownership and operation The municipal ownership theory which a little more than a year ago flourished here with so much vigor as to attract I tho attention of the entire civilized i world Is now the deadest duel In the I pond Apparently nobody believes In I It any longer Certainly nobody ever talks any more about ItChicago Jour sal I When Officials Are Efficient When the administration of the departments now In charge of our 10C41I public officials show better economy and efficiency It will bo time and not until thou to consider an en largement of their responsibilities I Everett W Burd- ettFlorida and Cuba The Winter Playground Easily ant Quickly Reached by the Southern Railway- AND Queen and Crescent Route Fast and Convenient Schedules Comfortable Pullman Equipment Dining Car Service Attractive Tours Through Florida including a delight sea voyage to Havana Cuba Key West or Nassau N P at low rates I TlckotsILand vice versa with stop over privileges Florida Special- In service again beginning January 7thSolid Train with latest Pullman Equipment to Jacksonville and St Augustine without change Florida Limited now on daily Cheap Horn eseekers tickets on sale to Texas Oklahoma Indian Territory Arkansas Kansas and other points in the west southwest and southeast December 18th January 1st and 15th February 5th and 19th nd March 5th and 19th For illustrated literature rates andcomplete information address any agent of Southern Railway or J F LOGAN T1 P A Lexington Ky C H HUXGEHFORD D P A- LouisvUle Ky J C BEAM JR A G P A St Louis Mo t Birth Stones Tho following is n list of birth Jandinti health wealth and long life July ruby cure of loves wounds Ai i gust moonstone resistance to Temptation September sapphire itoadincss of brain October opal jonsolation November topaz tho power of winning friends Decem berJ turquoise curopes in life Carelessness Not Graft At a local government board Inquiry held nt West Ham London to sanction the harrowing by the corporation of CU2300 for electricity extensions It was stated that the electrical undertaking tp to tho present had resulted In n loss sr 7200 which hail been charged is Itbe rates The Inspector pointed out loans of BO thousands of pound sad been sanctioned by tho board for purchasing various machine and ho found the council Again asking for money to buy machinery for which they had already received time east Morning Post- All serious souls are better believers In Immortality than we can giro Grounds for Emerson of i IA HCUREI Elys Cream Balm li quietly absorbed Cl ti Relief at Once 8oot1e8heals the diseased mem brave It cures Ca tank and drives awayn Cold In tho FEVEStoresTaste and Smell Full size GO eta at Druggists or by mall Trial Size 10 cia by Ely Brothers CO Warren Street New York KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE MINGS WITH DrII Kings New Disf e y PriceI1RSurest and hate scat Coro far alt THROAT and rATTI TROUBi LES or MONEY 3AC vassttr i u- sKOdOl For Indigestion Relieves sour stomach palpitation o the heart Digests what you eat I There need not be a cold room In the house if you own a PERFECTION Oil Heater This is an oil bats tint elves satisfaction wcfcver used rroajccs intense heat without smoke or smell because it is equipped with smokeless device no trouble oo danger Easily carried around from room to room You cannot turn the wick too high or too low As easy and simple to care for u a lamp The I PERFECTION Oil Heater II Equipped with Smokeless Device It an ornament to the home It fa made In two finlihes nickel and Japan Brass oil fount beautifully embossed Holds 4 quarts oil and bums 9 hours Every healer warranted Do not satisfied with anything but a PERFECTION Oil Heater If you cannot get Heater or information from your drake write t to nearest agency for descriptive circular I D the home The u OLampmakes Is the ulatd allround household use Gives a clear steady light betted with latest Improved burner Made ol brass throughout and nlcke plated Every lamp warranted Suitable for library dining room or parlor II not at your dealers write to nearest agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY incorporated e BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES r In small cities and towns ecause 1 There Is not a sufficient population to support GOOD school 2 Suchschoolsareusuallyconduded by persons who are NOT qualifier fir who make It a practice to travel about and defraud their patrons 3 There are low If any opportunities for their graduates to secure employment In su hlocalities 4 The THOROUGH business colleees thelareer cities and are con r ducted by persons who are qualified 8 The graduates of business colleges In small titles ortowns can not secure employ competltlonhlh cass schools as business men have no time to experiment with Ineomcetents x Therefore be wise SendtorthennesteB palefawortlJeuirolamb acommercial school belore deciding to throwaway your mcney I some cheap school BRYANT ts STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LoulrrlU ItJi Dort Sufferiall night long from toothache rheumatismSlors Liixinveivtkills the pain quiets the nerves and induces sleep At all dealers Price 25c 50c 100cDr EH SSIowx Boston M ssUSAI SURE CURE For All Disease STOMACHLIVER arelocatedln LEctiQuick Relief and Cure for Head ache Backache Dizziness Indigestion Malar etc I Ie MllAKNTT C E HillT- MBAKhlFTT SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW1 IA1vlllpraeltrrti AppattBpnthe roiri rulltrf limn nnil tin Irnitlcf of Crlm Imiliiml llonl Kutntf IHW X vliiltli OSlrMs IliaMUCAN llnlMlnir FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law IIANTPoltnIAYFrWlll riirllii hi prrnelnn fu Ohio And nd Jiilnlnu enmity niiil In llii Cunrt nl Appal Criminal prnAIA and llrrlliiii i ii rliiltr Ode III I be llrrnlil hullilluir l d 1 H CHAS M CROWE LAWYER HAKTFOni Kv Will iirnrllif hi riirrMlnii In nil lh roiirt fourSiprnrllrrnml tu rllrrllnxw IIINrr rnrnrr tnt krt slut Vntrr tr 4l Tli iiiniirnMirr eprely JNO B WILSON ATTORNEJT AT LAW HARTFORD KY SlMvlnlMtrnllim wIn ro rnllrtlonWN11NR roseCTR R WEDDING Attorney at LawbHARTFORD Ky nILLprxrrlrrlnlhNlnU 1111 t FrnentrrtifarPrnhmEtn Coll iloVV IOhlonuM I IIHAVIIIS KIIMMI WOOIlWAIIli HEAYRINWOODWARD z tlo ttey3 ct AlaI- I t r i Rv VrergrIhlr prnfdnn IR IIn lhCoon rotlfelions LEATTORNEY Hurlfnril Krntttckv IiOhlAftpprnli AIiXntnrr 1nbllrtOfflcvotrr Irt Xnllnnul llnk WIIIIARNCH H A ANDEHHON BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law IIAHTFOMIt KT r belormlnllconrtHtnlnni IHfrnl ellb oem oath ddeofMlgxtrrtnlpoitrConrtII n Hartford KT UlrnrUnlt Till nod Illlanllon atIfwtlrnf TIIIw to llml iii ell h given IfHI Miration Nntxryluumr witnlnxgs i H A AMIKIISOX t GRADUATE NURSE MISS SUSIE MAY A graduate of Owensboro City Hos pital has located in rlArx1 liORD timesiphone No 137 JIptaetbPARSING U I UIIIde wr141piStreetWASHINOTON DO F ROUG I RIV R- TELEPHONE COMPANY I INCdHI OHlTtlll The Rongh River Telephone iIs Independent owned and CoIby home people Good service reasonable rates Prices for toll vice which is being constantly exrtended are as follows for 6 minutes S conversation 15 miles 10cts 30 miles 15cts 45 miles 20 cts Se MgrIBeaver Dam Ky flITTERS s Medicine for tllsaedie uSte Guaraat eV 13a iliFA a + ls 4Ntfl vtt J t Gettingk a PitIf we were all Appolos and had jnst the perfect proportions for our chest measure the Clothes business would be a cinch but nature mixeda I us up a bit Run no risk buying from stock At PEARLS PANTIORIUM You will find over 400 different patterns to select from Each suit al Overcoat is made strictly to the individuals measure A PERFECT F GUARANTEED The Clothes made by 1 STRAUSS BROS Chicago MASTER TAILORSa- re second to none in style and workmanship Give us an order for yo Christmas Suit and Overcoat P D TWEDDELL I t FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500- Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Hank Come in- DIRECTORS GAUE LIKENS ALVIN ROWE Bunch FELIX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN I I I I 4 I I r2s YEARS Of Honest Business Repu i I tation is Back of Eve- ryMQNUMENT Sold Sir T7a x Geo Miscue Sons Props Owensboro Monumental Works t 412414 E Main St Yards 2I42IO2I8 Clay St OWENSBORO KENTUCKY f EOct Our Prlccs and We Ounrantcc to Save You Money on All Good HoncHt Work f 1+++++ ++ 4 +++ +++M+++++ THE KENTUCKYef Light and Power Co WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE AT BUSTS ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN BEACH luc I ELHEAyRlN1 r VMoager Ito jam+++0+++++ t +++t+++++ w +++ t++++++ + ++ +++++t TAE THE REPUBLICAN r t cif I KENTUCKY A S OF E j Preparing for a Whirlwind Cam I paign During the Year 1907 The Kentucky State Union of th American Society of Equity holds it annual convenvion at Frankfort o January 10 1907 This will undoubtedly be the greatest meeting in the history of the union in view of the fact that at the recent national convention of the society it was perI s means the outlining of a whirlwind campaign in Kentucky to completely organize the tobacco producing counties and to promote thorough organization for all crops in all parts of the State Not only arc all Joc unions asked to send delegates but cordial welcome is extended to all members and friends of the society The meeting will be continued tithe II work is completed 1dThe success already achieved by ITKentucky growers of dark tobacco in acting in accordance with the plans of the society and the recent determination with which this has inspired the burleytobacco growers abundapur I The recent important affiliation o the farmers with organized labo will of course come in for its du share of attention Under the revised nationalcon stitution this will be the only convention of the year and stateI will be elected Every state is urged to take the matter upI ut once and be ready to send a full delegation to this important meet I ingAll organizers of the A St1f EI in the state are expected to atten and every effort will be made t have this meeting an unalloye Isuccess iHowsWe offer One Hundred Dollars for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure I F j CHENEY Co Toledo 0 i We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan obligaltionsWALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 10 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nail acting directly upon the blood and mucuous surface of the system i Testimonals set free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m Egg Wortb 250IThe costliest of all eggs is the larg est as well It is the egg of the e 11tothe roc that is made famous in the narrative of Sinbad the Sailor SinI bad the reader of the Arabia- Night will remember tied himsel- to the leg of a roc and the bird fie down with him into a valley full o diamonds t- In Madagascar a number of aepy ornis skeletons have been found These prove the bird to have been over twenty feet in height It had a long neck and long legs It looked like un ostrich several times aniseed g There are a half dozen eggs in existence They are wort 200 to 300 a piece They are a in length a yard in circumfer nce and in capacity equal to 135r eggs of the modern he- nCardTOA =dsears theitsKM Yon Un Always Boatfit SlpatvetOur Law ftakcrsIIrlUDNentlual J The p90pleof Keritucky without regard to party should bit arouse to the importance of electing com petent men to the next Legislature The last Legislature was the wore ever The acts asa whole were intended tdpreparate a centralized govern ment Frankfort The redistrict g acts have been declared in every to be unconstitutional In ev stay case where an attempt was made amend the old laws confusion has been the result The attempt to improve rite man ner ofselecting jurors resulted in a law that is contradictory and ridsc ulous Part of elaw requires that the names of the jurors selects shall be kept secret and another past says that the name shall bread e out in open court one week in advance of service New and unnecessary I offices were created and sailers increased Both parties should nominate an elect men who will have the interest of the State at heart rather thee the interest of theparty to whit 1 slthey belong The type of men sent legislature was illustrated at West Liberty Morgan county week M M Redwine was a me ber of the Legislature and a Demo cratic leader He voted for the log tax law Mr Rtdwine is now a Cir cuit Judge because of party rendered and by the grace of Go Beckham 1 Redwine sitting as Judge decid ed that the djK tax law is unconsti tutional the very law thathe assist ed in making e alr Death From Lockjaw Never follows an injury with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its antiseptic and healing properties prevent blood poisoning Charles Oswald merchant of Renselersville e N Y writes It curedSeth Birch of this place of the ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw Cures cuts wounds burns and sores 25c at Z Wayne Bros drug store m tiDifferentThe Creole would rather do with out a few meals than miss a goo thirthea g little Creole ladv who might pain escutcheonIto be able to blossom out at night in her proper placeradiant and ex- quisitein a loge grille at the opera It matters little in New Orleans to what unfortionate straits adversity may have driven a lady though she whodm n regime who will help her to forget the pinch of poverty and see that she receives the greatest consideraition This inbred chivalry is one of th most marked and endearing traits o the South an atmosphere free from our parasitical flunkyism over mere money or its insig- nia013t3TORIA BouibtIDogs Wonderful Devotion The devotion of a Newfoundland dog was pathetic His mater ha gone out in a boat which had turned and he had been drowned rescuing party arrived on the scene just too late and took the body t the other side of the lake a mil awayThe dog arrived at the edge of the water just in time to see theI ouht e lake The poor animal licked theI hands and face and when he saw that his caresses were in vain heI seated himself at his masters feet followsfd tlife s were over Then every day he made a trip to the little cemetery and lay with his head between his paws be side the grave A few weeks went by and the dog began to pine Ht refused to eat his food and his visits to the grave became more frequent And thenr howlh days later they found his body on the shore and buried him beside his It is a two use a violent cathartic to open the bowels A movement will occomplish same results without causing distress or seribus consequences DeWitts Little Early Risers are recommended Sold by all druggists m dFollowed Instruction Independent A traveling salesman died sudden e tyin Pittsburg Pa and some of his friends telegraphed the undertaker an order to make a large wreath Investigation showed that the tele gram ordering the wreath read as follows Rest in peace on both sides o the ribbon if there should be too We shall meet in heaven The undertaker was out of town handled1berjob which turned up at the funeral The ribbon was extra wide and it bore the inscription Rest in peace on both sides and if there is room we shall meet in heaven APPLAUDED THE JUDGE iDid Princeton Crowd When He Released Alleged Night 1Rider Princeton Ky Dec 13No po addressedmre ceived such vigorous applause as didI Judge Blalock today when William Winters was declared not guilty of parvt co factories in Princeton a short time ago This demonstration was taken by many to mean that public sentiment was with the mob that burned the factories Ayersdmore were here Mr Ayers r fused to make any statement as to whether he would take the cases to the Federal courts or make further attempts to secure convictions in the State courts For chapped and cracked hands nothing is quite so good as an applica on of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve it on before going to bed use an old pair of gloves and see what a bringeI REALi If you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us Bargainstriver near Clear Run 3 bottom land Good new four room house with large hall and veranda New TwofA 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber j miles from Green river 1J miles from Paradise 4 miles from Echols 5 miles from McHenryHas50x50 plenty of water small orchard price 900 Splendid two story dwelling with hallsdandAOne Farm four miles west from Pointeas Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm consisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a t a bargain 40J acres near White Run adjacent the I C R R half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further information furnished onapplication 100 acres 1 mile from the Court- House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva Lion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information furnished on application A twenty acre tract two miles OwensIIboromile of School house excellent neighborhood good barn and outbuildings moderate dwellingand a fine well of water A bargain atI 500I200 acres of fine farming land atJ Dan Station on Owensboro branch L C R R 70 acres up land bal bottom will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About 60 acres in- ntimber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance on 11NewHartford Six rooms two nice hallsu Lot 100 foet front 210 feet Good well Situated corner Fredrica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash bargainf I mlypurchased by J H Hickman of Owensboro from the trustee of H Powers situated in the Concord neighborhood five miles east of Hartford List your property with us We will find a buyer BARNKff SMiTHt Republican Office HartfordKy NIle r wl psA y1Y4 v v slittleattacks of Indigestion you havo no doubt buttheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to theheartferes with its action and In the course of time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol For Dyspepsia ottethebodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the Stomach and Diges tive Tract Nervous Dyspepsia andCatarrh 1of the Stomach After eatlnsr myfood would distress mt by makinff weakfinallycuredMRSY I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I DYlpepslCIuI D KAUBL fend Q Digests What You Eat ollnll Id1IIt1N i v ttomteh Mck I IK of ru u I Implied t the LrenMtffacwlttc i Sold by Z WAYNE URIfFIN fChr Cumbeland C 4 TELEPHONEAND IITelegraph Co niiirporn 1 Heres nothing the mutter with my business I taut the Cumberland Telephone In my retijdeuce and place ol business My business halt Increased and my wiles voice Is never heard to grumble about the Tele andgentlemanly T J JIOROJN Mur Ohio CountyCircuit Court TF Ulrkhead Judge Den D ningoAttorney Oacar Mldklff Jailer Ed a Derraee Clerk Frank L Felix Master Corn mltetoner Y L Moneley Trnntea Jury Food j B Sbertff8APollard fVConrtronreoMflnt Mea day In March end August and eontlnnee three NOYOIINrtwownTlaeleygetkEM1toodwnrd lord Court COOYeDN aret Monday In each month MondayIuJaaaaryApraJugJodOctolror JDnar1ShrereB j a toolSaperlntetldeatHarnardOeromeAllen Jln o a rustic court ftSptmberJaosSlltIIr3 t Septemlerrolludxr ISIIII1rBN Cliitniberfnln lleda Worth 3 June Septviiihcr 2nlMember 20 Jat70NrptauherldDecud Hartford r cllc Court Attornrnwxacund tfoiulay luwirbuiontb Sa liTlova S rvlc Suee7echWeduda1ufDg nIghboPrayernlertltlAAetdaer pastor C I ChurchSerrlva Ant Sunday In sack mootbAtl1 n mBDir pm 1tJ D Rannedpactor School TroitMMH rtfordCU Crowe J 8j BldltooWCroerenditouAD White lm Fair Wm Beaa Dr J11 Txytarsest 8oct tle yightsAUeoaItIHartford Tent No 89 Knight of thelfacoa waeery Thursday night Rough Hirer Lodge No ItOKnlgbUof Pjlbla neetierery TiMday nlffht regiarmeetiDgSeturdaybeforflrussuedayin month en41DDde1drawIra aJTlm but to obula paIeJdo trade mirk COUNTRIESnarlaar time maxyamJcfmHifaltat e EatluIlYltWriteIII loath 0IIeIWASH f i I4 1 f I I v t ne f f t iMtLSifT S 9 rnCnIG r Lt7 I t Toys Trumpets Rattlers Whistles Drams t Whips Animal Jumping Jucks Mar Mid Italics Pistols ic Lajiterhp Tool tst141VagooaGauicspIron Toys and ai thousand and one oth er things are hern shelves ready 1 for the inspection oftlrbse who have lit tIe ones to make merry I wouldle Cloaks daughter than one of our handsome C o iks for Christmas We are going to offer some special values at 5 800 10 Come see them China IYoii the most staple of things made here to the dantie t trifle from V v a the sea In no otter line F vn you make the mush or the little that you wish to spenUfur a gift buy what looks Netter or is more acceptable than some items in China Sating is believing See what we j show China N t JewelryC- htiinsFobsSooansI rry Spoons i Gravy Ladles Olive Forks Salad Spoons Cold Meat Forks sugar Shells Childs Sets 7 M 4 I y iLA lrrK wrren w a rocae nasu1aa e r Holiday Opening Sale From Now Un til December the 2 5th w Being anxious to distribute my Christmas gifts to all the good people of Hartford and Ohio county in the most effective and satisfactory manner I have appointed I FAIR ta COfly agents for the Holiday season of 1006turd hereby commend every man woman and child to go to the above store whoro all of you will find those presents you most desire There are shown my choicest Dolls my prettiest Books my dantiest China unda host of other things direct from my factory in Toyland I have charged PAIR it CO that their fees for these beautiful gifts shall bo reasonable that there must be presents to suit the taste and purse of everyone and they have promised moit shall be so My gifts will be on display every day from now until Christmas Eve Dont forget the Place FAIR COMPANY SANTA CLAUS For Mother Handkerchiefs 5c to 75c lake Collars 15e to 100 Fine Leather Purse 25e to400 Nice Silk Waist 200 Pretty Wool Skirts w 200 to S Nice Silk Gloves 50ctol Beautiful Fascinators 5Uc Nice Cashmere Hose 25c For Sister Hand HUgE 25c to 250 Leather Pbeket Books50c to 150 Solid Gold Rings 1 andup Nice Golf Gloves 25c and50c Kid Gloves 1 to 2 Nice Lace Hose 25c to 50c Pretty Slippers150 to 350 Gold Bracelet 100 lack Combs 25c to 1UO I Neck Ribbons 25c to 75c For the Boy Nice Sleds 50c to 100 11heelbarrwa 25c to 7fc Steam Engines v 1 to 150 Railway Trains oOc to 1 AutomoWles 200 to 350 Iron AVagons 1 to 150 Horse and Cart 50c Magic Lanterns 100 Hobby Horses 125 to 350 For Baby Nice viol Tlose 15c Gold Ring i fclUO 3 Piece Sei 50c to 150 Silver Cnp50cto 150 Rag 011w 5c to 52c Unbreakable Dolls 25c Fur set 75c to 125 Fancy Woo Mittens 5c to 25c I For Father Nice Shirts 50c to 1 Night Shirts 1 00 Leather Card Case 25c to 100 Cigar Cases 50o to 1 Leather Pocket Books25ctn1 Shaving Sets 50c to 1 House Slippers 1 to 150 Nice Wool Sox 25c to 50c For Brother Handkerchiefs 5c to 50c Driving Gloves 25c to 150 Golf Gloves 25e to 50c Shaving Sets 50c to 150 Suspenders 5ClBeautiful Silk Ties 25c to 1 Cuff Buttons 25c to 150 Watch Fobs 25c to 2 Emblem Pins d 1 to3 Elegant Mufllers 25c to 1 For GirlsFancy Belts 50 to 1 Necklaces 15o to 125 Fancy Rings1to 350 Nice Brooches 25c to 1 Fancy Stick Pius10cto 1 Comb Sets 25c in 2 Handkerchief Boxes o 50c to 1 Glove Boxes 25c to 1 Leather Bags 25c to 75c r For the Old FolksFi- ne Silk HandkerchiefsNi-ce Overcoat 5 8 and 10 Extra Quality Cloaks 5 to 10 Nice Umbrellas 100c 0 Fine Cashmere Hose or Sox 25c Pur Linen Handkerchiefs 26c Beautiful Furs 75c to 3 Nice Suspenders 25c Black Wool Mittens 25c Our BasementOur Basement is always a place of attraction for economic buyers but it will be a place of special interest during the Holiday season for we have put fourth an extra effort to secure some rare bargains in our 5c and lOc Department If you have a Friend you desire to remember and dont care to invest a large amount we would incise you to come direct to our Basement You will find counters and shelves ladened with useful articles thai aroy housekeeper would appreciate Our Specials in this Department are China Glassware Woodenwwv Graniteware Tinware Etc all at prices undercompetition Visit us mt1ft1WtM f wlf lnttta r Dolls- All sorts11hitu Dolls Hind Rag I Dull boy amluiil UIII lkiin Inp allele pull in fact tin wlmh 1it raco are here All the old friends as wlllns the beauty Dolls of the day Every taste and every Burr is suited Bring tho little girls and let Jtlutn look Fursi4Do you know we are giving the greatest values in Furs today of youhaveat once We are sure that our Christmas prices will interest you ojDryl There Is many a one to whom a pretty useless thing is giving who would be better pleased with some thing useful For hints in Jthis die rection you cant spend time to bet i DryGoodsis nothing better for gifts remem f SweatersHandkerchiefs Ribbons Curtains Rugs Nankins S xEtcitvirJirr ll r Jl It 4 r 1Vn