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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 1 r + errp5 i I 4- w tLjgttzrtE tJ Uqublicanrd Fine Job Work a Specialty IF JT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TIlE REPUBLICAN Subscription ra Year VOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KYFRIDAY DECEMBER 28 L906 No 24 EQUITY TOBACCO SOLD All Remaining of 1904 Crop j Disposed Of And Dial Now Pending For Entire 1905 Crop at Fancy Prices AH of the 1901 crop of tobacco held by the American Society of Equity in the Green River district 772 hogs heads has been sold the American Tobacco Company being the pur chaser The deal was recently clos ed between the Louisville Warehouse Company acting us agent of the A S of E and John Engelhard representative of the American To bacco Company The exact price is not known the Equity people de clining just at this time to give out thiiprice Mr Engelhard stated that he purchased last week 1500 k gshcads at an average price of nS9 It is probable that the price paid for the Equity tobacco was somewhat in excess of the general average Equity people are pleased with The tobacco of the 1901 gradeland as good a price as was obtained The tobacco sold was put up at Whitesvillp Hawesville Calhoon Sacramento Hartford and Clover port and included the entire hold ings in 1904 tobacco in the five coun ties composing the Green River District The total amount of money received for thp 772 hogs heads will reach the neighborhood of 100000 At 890 a hundred the the total would be 80940 The money will be distributed among the growers as soon as possible but there will be some una voidable delays The tobacco will i sot be reweighed and billed out un til after the holidays and it will probably be ten days thereafter be fore the money can be gotten ready for distribution- It is understood that the price received for the tobacco is more than 1 on the hundred better than the price which last years committee at one time considered taking It is more than many growers having tobacco in the pool expected The 1901 crop was put up late and some of it was damaged The sale is en tirely satisfactory The pooling committees are now ready to begirt selling 1905 tobacco Deals arqpending at fancy prices and it s expected that within ten days a lot of 1905 tobacco will be sold There has been n great deal of discussion concerning the Louis vill Tobacco Warehause Company in its relation with theequity people r but acting under instruction from I district committee they have shown ability in seJIi gThey got more for the 1904 crop of tobacco than was expected the many condi tions and type considered Out of the 772 hogshead only fifty hogs heads were reported damaged and those not through the fault of the rehandlers but from the fact that the tobacco was not put up until the thatSfor more than 1 in excess of the price paid for tobacco of the same type sold a year ago 1 A Good Woman Gone Martha A wife of JC Wilson died December 6 1906 after a brief hlness of pneumonia contracted while under treatment for a broken r limb She was born September 16 1836 She early professed faith in Christ and united with JMt Zion Baptistchurch where she lived an E active Christian life for 64 years Shewas married to Joseph Liles to them was born five children viz Mary J deceased ifeot J C Leach Martha Ef wife of R H Rains Wm QJ5and Dr J L i Jjiles deceased To her last union r fl wasborn three children viz Jno f w1Wilson Melgona Bnow Mrs l IfEp1 J BiCordand AdaY now i Aunt Martha as she was famili J 1 ary know was noted for ho untiring industry unusual intellectual ability and high moral character kind and hospitable to her friends and ever ready to help pnd encourage m un honorable way the upbuilding of communityWe to her aged husband relatives and many friends who mourn her deathA NEIGHUOR To Aid Esquire Vaught Prompted by the article which we published a few weeks ngo in regard to the condition of our old and honored townsman Esquire J S Vaught many persons have contributed Sundry sums for his assistance In order to give otherswho may desire to do so an opportunity we will keep this public subscription open for a time Subscription by Hart ford citizens to date 20 Frank Wallace Rosine 25c C C Wedding Indianapolis lad 5 Total 2525 DEAD AROSE Dont lie So Rough Said Woman as Undertaker Prepared to Embalm Her Body Chicago III Dec 2GMm Augusta Gardmann2960 Farrell street early today arose from an under takers slab where she was being prepared for burial and chided the undertaker for handling her so roughly The startled undertaker rubbed his eyes and pinched himself then called the police By the time the patro wagon came Mrs Gard mann who had swallowed a quanti ty of carbolic acid six hours before had put op her clothes and was preparing to walk home For hours she had lain as dead in her home and her death certificate had been signed by two physicians The un dertaker had been working over her body for three hours and was just about to inject the embalming fluid when the subject stirred Dont be so rough she said suddenly HERBERT Dec 23Arthur Burdett is home from Hartford College for the holi daysMisses Margaret and Mary Cham bers who are teaching school in Hancockcounty are at home for Christmas Floyd Chambers of Hickman county is the guest of his uncle J B Chambers + Frank Rowland and wife Synthia were the guests of Carl Floyd and wife Saturday and Sunday 4 Miss Etta Myrl Taylor is spending a few days with her brother Leon ardIMiss Mattic Milligan is at home after a months visit in Owensboro Miss Mattie Barnett went to Owensboro today to visit Misses Myrtle and Bertha Day Miss Sallie Ford and little Chris tine Ford are on the sick list There will be a pound party at Henry Milligans tonight I Miss Ora Haynes is in Pellville todayDavid Sanders and ton Ira Render visited Guy Hinton this week The young people had a social at ObeBurdetts Saturday night Van Baker Floral was In this place Sunday In Memoriam Whereas In the dispensation of Providence our beloved brother Lucian J French has been taken from us therefore be it Resolved That in his death we have lost a faithful an earn friend est coworker in the equity a good neighbor an exemplary cjiti zen and a true Christian That we extend to His father and mother brothers and sisters our heartfelt sympathy in this their sad bereavement and irreparable loss That we request the county papers and the UpToDate Farming to publish these resolutions By order of Shul local uniorii No l600i Decetpber221906 HE SHULTZ Prea r J P AUSTIN Secy atao jXyd 1 I LOVES DREAM SHUTTERED i Marriage of Pretty Mercedes Guffy is Annulled Girl and Parents Formerly Lived I i HereMotherBornandRaised I Married when she was seventeen years of age and too young to real ize the responsibilities of a wife I pretty Mercedes Guffy formerly of Owensboro daughter of Mr and Mrs E D Guffy Oklahoma City Okla has been freed of her matrimonial fetters An order of an I nullment of the marriage was issuedI InIsays It was shortly after Miss Guffy left Owensboro with her parents for the West that she met the man who won her hand Miss Guffy then a student in the high school at Oklahomc I City swept away by the bright picture of loves realization was wedded on November 9 1905 to Gus F Hightower a traveling salesman for the Diamond Match Company- It is said that the wedding cere mony was performed without the knpwledge or the consent of the young womans parents Soon after plighting their troth the young couple moved to Fort Smith Ark The rugged realities of life it is said Soon shattered the ro mance and last spring the young bride returned to her home at Okla homa City Hightower moved from Fort Smith to Nashville Tenn where he continued to work as u traveling salesman It was about that time that Mrs Hightower returned to Owensbom for a brief visit to relatives It ill understood that she told several of her Owensboro friends that she did not care for married life Upon representation made to Judge Bur vell in Oklahqma City an order annulling the marriage ceremony was issued and the plain tiffs maiden name Mercedes Guffy was restored Mr and Mrs Guffy lived in Hart ford when Miss Mercedes was a little tot and Mrs Guffy who was for merly Miss Allen is a native of this county Confessed to Schaefer Murder George Harris who is in jail at Goshen Indiana charged with shoot ing and seriously wounding a policeman has confessed that he Ms the murderer of Sarah Schaefer the Bedford school teacher whose mys terious murder baffled the Indiana officers for the past two years Harris says he killed the woman by mis take having mistaken her for anoth er woman whom he was hired to kill and that the divorctd husband of the intended victim had paid him 500 todo the work Harris is a no tofouis criminal andhas a peniten tiary recordin two Atates- ROCKPORT Dec 26 George Lynch moved to Morgantown last Sunday Mr Sutton Reid Jr a student of Bethel College is at home this week Miss Ada Hendrie stenographer for the Armour Packing Co Louis yule is spending Xmas vacation at her home and will return to Louisville Thursddy Miss Lizzie Stevens is spending Christmas at her home in Beaver DamAlex Cairns and family arrived Monday to visit friends and vela tivesMiss Lenore Gibbs who has been attending school at Owensboro is at home during the holidays Mr and Mrs Leland Smithof I Louisville are spending Xmas here here with Mrs Smiths parents Mr and Mrs MJ Reid 11 MissLois Bartlett of Hickman- is spending thq holidays with her I parents Mr and MrSd G EBartI lettII Albert Helsley a student of Beth IIt W 01 1of u c I el College is visiting his cousin Wil lie Russell Mrs J It Layton and sonCharles- of Nashville are visiting herethi weekMrs Clarence Robertson is visit ing in Kuttawa this week Joe Young of Central City is visiting friends and relatives here I Mr Vernon Williams and Miss Maggie Landrum and Mr John Eaves and MiSs Agnes Williams SundayIu Dr G H Smiths Success IK Town Xrin J Mr Geo M Tabb a farmer near this city recently had a cancer re moved from his face Dr G H porformedIthe salve sevpral times and successfully lifted the virulent ulcer out with all its many entwining tenacles j the Lodges IAmong Mo 110 conferr degree on twoI I Candidates at their last meeting Hartford Lodge F A Melect I ed the following officers at the annual I election yesterday afternoon Master C M Crowe Senior War den C M Barnett Junior Warden W E Ellis Secretary M Bean Treasurer Rowan Holbrook Tyler C R Campbell The Master Elect announced the following appoint ments Sr Deacon G B Likens Jr Deacon V G Barnett Chaplin Dr E W Ford Stewart W H Moore and Z Wayne Griffin Member Fi nanceCommmittee L P Foreman Installation viII take place Monday night January 7 The local lodge Knights of Pyth ias gave an excellent supper at the New Commercial Hotel Tuesday night which Was attended by sixty ladies and gentlemen Knights R D Walker Z Wayne Griffin J R Pirtle and E E Birkhead sang a number of beautiful songs which were highly appreciated Toasts were responded to by Knights J S Glenn J B Wilson and Ernest Woodward and by Mrs Attye Grif fin on behalf of the ladies Chan cellor Commander C M Barnett acted as master of ceremonies The feast lasted until 10 oclock and was thoroughly enjoyed byall the Knights and guests The Mnccabces gave a fine ban quet at the Court House last night which waaattended by more than 150 persons including the ladles of the local Bee Hive The program was well arranged throughout and each member on the list deserves praise The following literary and musical program was carried out in addition to the supper Invocation J C Riley MusicTrio Thomas Long anti Griffin History Macca beesSoA Anderson Music Vo cal Solb D EfThomas Fraternity L P Foreman MusicVocal Solo ImpromptuesMesjdames Williams Records of Hartford Bee HiveMiss Yeiser Bass Ship Lee Long Hartford Tent No 99 What has it accomplished E B Pendle ton Music Vocal Solo Z Wayne Griffin Xmas GreetingsE M Woodward Why Iam a Macca beeR R Wedding Instrumental MusicGriffin and Long Dismis salD E Thomas TAYLOR MINES Dec 26 Messrs Eddie Brown and Joe Smith left Sunday for Her rin Illinois Mrs W T Roach and children Linton Indiana are the guests of Messdamea 0 B James and Will Barrass this week Mr Thos Turnliull was in Central City yesterday t Dr and Mrs R H Miller of Bar are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs 0 B Jones Mrs Roy Scott is visiting relatives at Dawson Springs this week Messrs Jim and Ellis Veller of Linton Indiana are the guests of relatives here Mr Loney Thompson and family Horton were the guests of Mr and I Mrs A Warner Martin Sunday and Monday NOT GUILTY INEEL of Making False Entrle on the Books of the Stanley Bank After less than one hours delib eration following a trial covering a whole week the jury returned a verdict in the Daviess Circuit Court last Thursdey acquitting Eatil W Neel of the charge of making false cntrieson the books of the Stanley Deposit Bank The verdict appeared to be what many of the people in the Court House desired When the clerk read the verdict several people cheer ed Neel sprang lo his feet and shook hands with the jurors He then went to the telephone called his wife and told her of the verdict of acquittal Judge Bradburn went immediately to the long distance telephone and notified Neels peo ple at Morgantown There is still an indictment against Neel on the charge of embezzlement There is a question as to whether or not the indictment for making false entries bars the indictment for embezzlementNeel hails from Morgan town was instrumental in organizing the Stanley Deposit Bank in 1902 and upon its organization became its cashier and while acting in that capacity he was alleged to have made the false entries Neel is a young man of excellent parentage and is a brilliant fellow His many friends will be pleased to know of his acquittal of this seri ous chargeMATANZAS Dec 2GRev B F Jenkins the pastor closed a series of meetings at the Baptist church here Friday night He was assisted byDrW D Nowlin of Owensboro There were seven conversions and eight additions to the church Mrs W P Render and daughters Mabyn and Mary left today for Hartford to spend the holidays her daughter Mrs C E Smith- S withI A Bratcher wife and Miss Lilly are visiting relatives here this week Ross Bennett and Owen Brown who are attending school at Hart ford are spending the holidays with theirparentshcre Miss Debbie Taylor Hartford is visiting Miss Nora Bennett this week Miss Jessie Maddox returned to her home at Rqckport last Friday after several days visit here among friends and relatives Prof W C Overhults of Small hous was in this community yester dayWm Hardin and family of Coff mpn were the guests of F 0 Coff man and family last Monday night Prof Anderson who is teaching the Lower Point school is spending the holidays with his parents at HartfordOwen Hunter of Smallhous waS the guest pf friends here Tuesday We wish THE REPUBLICAN and its many readers a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year Mrs Snedden Dead Mrs Ellen Snedden died yester day at her home near Rockport aged 99 She was born and reared in Scotland and came to this country with her husband who was one of the founders of Alrdrie about sixty years ago SMALLHOUS Dec26James Galloway Cen tertown spent several days recently the guest of Alva Galloway I Mrs Mary Alice Slatpn and daugh ters Etta and Alice and Miss Ruth Hill of Muhlenburg county spent Sunday the guests of James IL Ful kersonI G H Lawrence Beaver filled his appointments at Smallhous church Saturday and Sunday Miss Ethel Hunter and brother- S E Hunter spent Saturday night with Mrs PL Wood and family Ceralvo and Sunday with Miss Uyj Kimmehr Miss Lelia Hunter was the gut I a ccr t LindleyMatanzas B Owen Hunter was the guest of Joe Bennett Matanzas one night last weekThe high water is gradually receding again Mr Bolt and his crew of railroad men are in our midst and will begin workafter the holidays He is camping in the house of John With row Card of Thanks I wish to express my most ear nest and heartfelt thanks to the kind people of this town for the many useful things they presented to me during Xmas May heavens blessings rest upon each giver is the wish of MRS TENNIE YOUNG A FOR THE BUSY READER Thirtyseven thousand poor people were fed by the handof charity in New York Tuesday x I An express messenger at Dalton Ohio lost 10000 in checks Theykwhere scattered through the streets Dr L W Babcock former Speakser of the Minnesota House of Rep resentatives died at St Paul aged 66 years Race rioting has broken out afresh in Mississippi and Governor Varde man has ordered soldiers toi Ihe scene of the trouble Christmas was celebrated in Now York with great pomp and every evidence that it was the most boun teous in many years 4 Three men were killed arid sever Stbrgisguards Christmas night An automobile occupied by the millionaire Leiter and his family ran over and killed a fourteenyear old negro boys Wasington Christmas day Marriage License The following marriage license have been Issued since our last report Sam Rsidon Narrows age 22 to Laura Petty Askins age 20 Leslie Hurt Mcllemyae21 to Maude Row Centertown age 21 EstJ McConnellMcHehry age 26 to 17E 22 to PcarlBrown Echols ago 19 Delbert Ward Whitesville ago 23 16dertie 25 to Logie Beck Cromwell age 22 toAmandAJohn Evens Rockport age21 to AggesWillianis Rockport age 17 J V Williams Rockport 21 to Sarah Landrum Ro kporta e 18 4 Jas Austin Cromwell age 20 to Maude Daugherty Prqntis age 14 Otto Kimbjey Prentis ago 21 to Fannie Roach Prentis age 23 D D Midkiff Magan age 36 to Rosa Coy Magan age 20tH E Hill Wysox age 38 to Sarah Pirtle McHenry age 26 W TLawrence Smallhous age 18 to Celena White Smallhous age 16ti Frank McFarland Render age 19 to Lone Hines Render age 16 SA Card To theVany friends both in and out of the church who so kindly remembered me at Chri turns we take this method of acknowledgment These tokens a e very grateful to- the heartand will abide a pleasant memory theIrounciitstlllj t v J A LEWIS J OA1ORIrBeare the Hai Mwt gl1- Si It1lll o r i4 I 7rt- 4 I N r FADS OF SPENDTHRIFTS j cone Mars Who Ordered Dishes That a M e Could Not Eat When people have more money than thy know what to do with tthey sometimes develop a remarkable ingenuity in devising methods of squandering itas in the case of tthe French marquise who has her lcd str rKB with rare and exquisite orchids at a cost of several thou 4 rsand dollars a week f Even more remarkable is the story s told of a wealthy Frenchman wno dines twice a week at a famous Parisian restaurant His appetite Is j I thc poorest but he always insists on Laving a tureen filled with a spe rdally prepared soup placed before him Next comes a huge joint of meat from which ho cuts one tiny tslTce Then follow four quails or n ilarge chicken of which he cats one mouthful Ills dessert consists of four grapes and a sup of coffee i vIiuVy during the meal he just moistens his lips from a bottle of expensive claret and another of the finest champagne At tho condo cfiioniof each meal for which he pays 25hc hands 8 to the head waiter 4 to the waiter who had attendee imj 2 to the woman cashier and 1 to the porter- A weird form of extravagance vrastfhnt of a woman named Ilillcr who buried her husband in a 20 1iOO0coflin The cotlin was made of iricbJy carved mahogany with solid trimmings a single knob cost i lIilkjhicllan inch The nizam of Ilaidarabad has I- lJct of false teeth for which he paid a a Madras dentist 1500 and Dixie I W Thompson a wealthy rancher of Santa Ilarbara Calspent 3750 on a saddle which is of the finest KHiiijosscd leather heavily and most slutxirately mounted with silver Jlcnry 0 Marshal lavished 50000 ou a grand piano exclusively pllintI led Sir L AlmaTiidcinn and tuMcllwith precious stones Jan j pianoiprecious metals and jewels Chica Iga Chronicle i Hot Showed Them U I want to know said tho at rtonicy for the plaintiff who was serous examining the witness just vbiit the defendant said when my client told him he was a bigamist I an that the facts had been found ut i anI1fcdMrcll what did he do He acted kind o hasty I i want to know exactly how he aetciii r bunt me to show you 1 fes The witness suddenly reached cvMr grabbed tho attorney by the Lair him down on the floor Audi proceeded to hammer him 1 iii is the way he acted lie a uh till the other fellows inter t fuiL Some of you chaps pull me off youIt on the lawyer but attn the case for him Chicago lnTlUlIe An Essential to LeadershipI The professor of economics was j lis50iirsiug eloquently on the need of leadership in nil things and from th greatness of tho leader he I 2 lunged into a discussion of the cs rentials to leadership Andwhat Scr exclaimed is the great charj ittoristic of all born leaders first grout essential to successful leadership lie paused that the question and 3s apprLCiIdA small voice coming rear of the room answered cheerfulI ly Ready ability to satisfactorily irplain what the other fellow says I about you 1 Florida TimesUnion ALL OVER THE HOUSE Treatment of the Hands How to Keep i 1oring Jiytrill be found bencflcial Four salicylicisad diluted alcohol one drum of dork acid Rinsing the hands in akint water will sometimes allay inspiration The hands will be niv wrinkled if tho skin has I- ILwllcy to excessive drync s fur s uh condition and to retain the I ollowIIr Tlasing remedy lanolin 100 grains liquid parnllln twentyfive ivnis ten drops of extract vanilla c ili one dropof oil of roses A de f jiUtl rosmetic jelly is mode by I akin r for three days thirty grains t jf giiiu tnigacunth in seven ounces it roowlltel4Htrnill and add one I Minor and alcohol the vbiilf a tliIO1111 of borax in u 4 oiice of pumice I V itene should be on every toilet table to remove stains from tho hands Kitchen Wisdom Carpet tacks and Trot soapsuds jarsjBoil the corks of the pfcklo and catchup bottles nod put them in the battles while hot to that when they are cold tho bottles will bo tightly scaled Alum or common salt dissolved intoithe wood To turn out any preparation of foods which havebcen gelatin dip the mold entirely in warm not boilingYilter and turn it downward on the handshaking it gently until it dips down Then gently place it on the dishiA Good Scotch Broth This dish is particularly suitable for cold winter days Cut into small pieces from one to two pounds ac cording to quantity requiredof lean meat from a neck ofmutton Put this into a large stcwpan or casserole add bones then pour over a quart of water Let it come to a boil Tery slowly and then allow it to simmer for two hours Place it aside and when cold remove all fat agllininpearl barley and a little salt also about three ounces each of carrots turnips celery onions and potatoes allcut into small pieces a little finely chopped parsley and a bunch HeIand serve hot Baked Rabbit Take a rabbit cut it up pepper and snit each piece and fry in butI tor till nicely browned plnccIthem Then frt sonic sliced onion and carrots some powdered sage I and some fat ham Add a quarter ofa teaspoonful of sugar and fil up the frying pan with goodstock bringing it to n boil Pour this quickly over the rabbit and bako it Thickenifind this is a delicious way of cook ing a rabbit To Bleach Lace Curtains The safest wayof bleaching is time old fashioned way of letting the sun do most of the work Lay Lie curtains in warm water to which you have added tire juice of six lemons and leave them there all- night In the morning lay them in the hottest sun you can findand wet hourly with sour water At night leave in cold water and repeat the lemon juice process next day mostIiu the usual manner Fireproofing Cloth There is a very simple process by which muslin used for ladies nnd childrens dresses may bo protected from fire Dissolve a small piece of alum in the water in which mus lightIIslowly away but not break into ablaze And this is tar from being injurious to muslin last improves its appearance tdr- Needlework Notes An underskirt that is outgrown ran T e lengthened either by a yoke at time top or a ruffle sst the bottom orIThe darn will lie stronger Remove Oman Odor ITo the smellrrf onions or wh from the frying ram put a little vinegar in it directly after using and pat over the fire a few minutes Then wash again in s cpy water Another Ideal Shattered The other night I was with time prettiest girlsmiled the society beau with the loreLcst hair I think I ever saw in my life 1 leaned over and touched a urla tiny little beautiful cwlut the nape of her white neck U If I had that 1 sighed Id curry it always next to my heart Why here sire said quickly raising up a white mad unpinning- t and handing itlo me take i- tIhcnVew York Press HappNu turrpcrnmentIunhappy because dreg are not rid Some of the rich mate thfinrstIvc unhappy because they Ire rich The man who has work to do makes himself unhappy Ly imagining that he has too much ark Tire nan who has no work to da makes himself unhappy bcamse he This no work The secret of happiness to accept our lot in life aDd make1 the best of it FOR THE CHILDREN The Ittart of n 11g- This Is a goal gamo for boys and girls to amuse themselves with nt an evening party Use n blackboard It convenient or falling that n large I sheet of cardboard attached to an easel or tacked ou the wall where It will bo In plain view Theo ask each uieiu ber of the company one at a time to i crone to tile board arid having blind picturefi board In order to get as wavy pictures as possible on tho board at the same time It will be necessary to guide the blind artist at the start so that his picture way not touch tho others If a black board Is used each picture may be rubbed out when time company has ex amined It long enough to remember Its points After each player has wade a picture a vote should be taken and a prize awarded to the one most In fa i vor A suitable prize would be n pig wade out of a lemon I lion Camphor I Made In Japan Camphor Is made In Japan In this way After a tree Is felled It Is cut up Into chips which are laid In n tub or a large Iron pot partially tilled with water and placed over a slow tire Through holes In the bottom of the tub steam I slowly rises und beating time chips generates oil and camphor Oi course the tub with the chips has a closely fitting cover From this cover a bamboo pipe loads to a succession of other tubs with bamboo connections and the last of these tubs Is divided Into two compartments one above the other the dividing floor being perforat ed with small holes to allow the water and the oil to pass to the lower con partment Time upper compartment Is supplied with n straw layer chic catches and holds the camphor In crys tal In deposits as It passes ta tint cool lug process Time camphor Is then sep arated from tie straw mud packed In woaden tubs The oil Is used by till natives for Illuminating arid mcillcni purposes The Ygtnble Fir One of the most curious natural pro ductions of the rm osl Indies is tau vcr etable lly an Insect about the size am color of a drone bee but without wings In tho mouth of May It buries Itself In the earth and begins to vegetate By the beginning of June a sprout has Issued forth front the crea tures back and made Its appearance above the surface of tho ground By the cud of July tho tiny tree known on the Islands as the fly heel has attained Its full size being then about three Inches high but a perfect tree In every particular much resem bling a delicate coral branch Pads ap pear ou Its branches as soon as It ar I rives at Its full growth These riper and drop off In August Instead of containing seeds ns one would naturally suppose those pods have from three to six small hard worms InsllleIChicago Fur ew8IFor a New Years party why would not a reunion of the festival days be pretty The hostess could dress mill InI white to represent the New Year mid ask four of her most Intimate friends to assist In receiving and have them I represent the four soasoiis Let SlrlugII dress in delicate green and wreath of blossoms artificial ones are very realistic Summer should wear scarlet with a garland of red popples Autumn In brown with rid and yellow leaves mid Winter all In white with holly and mistletoe Then for the oth crs they may represent St Valentine Abraham Lincoln Washingtons birthday j St Patricks day All Fools day I Arbor day Fourth of July La nor day election day Halloween Thanksgiving and Christmas Worse and More of it Father sighingThese ten years have I been waiting in the hope that my wife would give up playing the pianoFriendWell and now FatherNow my three daughters play Domestic Doing- sGyerMr and Mrs D Style would be only two glad to have a skeleton in their family closet MyerYou dont sayl GyerFact They had one but it- got out last week Too Hard to Remember The German equivalent for chaf feur is oberhofwagonfueher but that doesnt help much Kissing Not Hygienic The Medical Journal says that all formal kissing is foolishness and that women should never kiss one another Such kissing is the means of disseminating germs Anyone who is ill in any way should never permit themselves to be kissed land no one should kiss a baby on the mouth i Queer Fishing Methods The idea of catching fish by means of a beehive with a hole in the top of it is a strange enoughone 5 et this says the Country Gentlem n not inadequately describes 1 ie method employed by the fishern in- in the Philippine Islands who c ip 1 the aparatus down over the sluggish bottonrfecding fish and then putting their hands through the hole in the top extract their victims A Tartar Of course Dudleys married Didnt you know that No Why he said he wouldnt marry the best woman on earth Yes and he kept his word The Yazoo m Mississippi Valley- Is the title of a new pamphlet now ready for distribution and published by the Illinois Central Railroad Com panyIt discribes in detail the resources and possibilities of the richest valley in the United States Fora free ad dres the undersigned at Manchester Iowa J F MERRY 22t3 General Immigration Agt Same Old Bluff Her Husband during the spat But you promised to obey me at the marriage alter His WifeOh that was only a bluff I dont want to make a scene in church A Suggestion TailorNo money again apd just for a beggarly pair of trousers Must I come her nine times StudentWell then make me a whole suit and it will be worth the trouble Pathos There was a great deal of pathos in that play you put on last season Yes answered Mr Stormington Barnes and what is particularly unfortunate most of it was in the officeCASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thodSignature of taSyfc JA4 Slighted Wisdom Candidates are rarely consist ent remarked the voter What the trouble They say they reply on the wis dom of the common people but they insist on giving us nothing but brass bands und comic pictures Confused Emotions How is your boy doing at col j leg Well answered Farmer Corntos set I dont exactly know whether to compliment him or make a fuss He came out first in his class but he was last in a foot race Texas Womans Colony Mary F Haydon the Chicago novelist has purchased a treat of 5000 ShejisThere will be found to be necessary but all property will be in the womans name The legislature will be asked to grant suffrage woman in their colonal af airs The women will engage in every kind of industry that is unusually undertaken in Texas truck gardening beekeeping peultry fruit rais lug etc It is a mistake to use a violent ca thartic to open the bowels A gentle movement will occomplish- the same results without causing distress or serious consequences later DeWitts Little Early Risers are recommended Sold by all druggists m New Pneumonia treatment Dr Robin of Paris has reported- to the Academy of Medicine a new methodof treating pneumonia with the application of which only six fatalities out of fiftyone cases oc curred The treatment consists of subcutaneous injections of a metalic element Dr Robin said the kind of metal used seemed to make little difference though heavier metals and gold and silver seemed to have stronger action For chapped and cracked hands nothing is quite so good as an applica tion of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Put it on before going to bed use an old pair of gloves and see what a difference the morning will bring Sold by all druggists m Why Women do Not Marry The bureau of labor in Massachusetts has been furnishing some sta tistics that throw a sidelight upon the subject of the decline in marriage The number of single women in 1885 was 7070151 In 1895 the umber was 1668169 There was au increase in the number of married women from 739586 to 1131315 t A Boston schoolboy was tall weak andsickly His arms were soft and flabby He didnt have a strong muscle in his entire body The physician who hadattended the family for thirty years prescribed Scotts Emulsion NOWTo that boys arm yourwould think he was apprenticed to a blacksmithALL 1 I BOo AND 9IOO I Ten years ago theme were 13056 more single than married women in I the jurisdiction Nr w the single womeu outnumber the married by 533851 This disparity character ed by the head of the bureau as startling and he attributes it prin cipally to the fact that women are entering the business field und are therefore not so dependent on mar riage for a livelihood as formerly This independence he also thinks is responsible for the increase in divorces In Massachusetts divorces increased form 2956 in 1885 toGSSJ in 1005Doah From Lockjaw Never follows an injury dressed with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its antiseptic and healing properties prevent blood poisoning Charles Oswald merchant of Renselersville M Y wrilcs It cured Seth Birch of this place of the ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw Cures cuts wounds burns and sores 25c lit 7 Wayne Bros drug store m To Investigate all Railroads The Interstate Commerce Com mission has completed plans for the most comprehensive and far rench ing investigation of railroad man agement that has ever been undertaken beginning with the new year All of the great systems will be sub ject to the same inquiries which were made of the Harriman system Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obliga tions made by his firm WALDINC KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter naIl acting directly upon the blood and mucuous surface of the system Testimonals set free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation m What is a cold in the head Nothing to worry about if you treat it with Elys Cream Balm as soon as you begin to sneeze and snuffle Neglected the cold may grow into catarrh and the airpassages be so inflamed that you have to fight for every breath It is true that Elys Cream Balm cures catarrh promptly and certainly But you know the old saw about the ounce of preven tion Therefore use Cream Balm when the cold in the head shows it self All druggists 50c or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren street New York Proof of Birth Talk about aristocracy I Were not our first parents laborers working for their daily bread in the sweat of their brows But still you cant deny that they belonged to one of our very first families E C DeWitt do Chicago at whose iabratory Kodol is prepared assures us that thi3 remarkable di gestant and corrective for the stomach 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 ftdruggists m n Florida and Cuba The Winter Ilavgroond I Easily and Quickly Readied by the Southern Railway I AND i Queen and Crescent Route1 Fst and Convenient Schedules Comfortable Pullman Equipment Dining Car Service AttracttVj Tours i Through FIIIridn including a delight ifnlsea voyage to Havana Cuba or Nassau N P nt low I rates Varablo Routfi TIckotHI Going via Asheville and the Land viceIt Florida Special In service again beginning JanuaryI 7thSolhl1rain with latest Pullman Equipment to Jacksonville and St Augustine without change Flori da Limited now on daily Cheap I lonu seekers tickets on sale to Texas Oklahoma Indian territory Arkansas Kansas andother points in the west southwest and southeast December 18h January 1st anti Ifith February Stir and 19th and March 5th and ISHIi For illustrated literature and iumiiiii information IIddresst 1 any agent of Southern Hailvay or J F LOGAN T P A Lexington Ky C H HUNGKRFOKD D P A- Louisville Ky J C BEAM Ju A G P A St Louis Mo The Youths CompanionFOR MEMBER OF THE FAMILY IIm01 good reading equivalent to twenty 4oopage bookshistory fiction science biography and miscellany costing ordinarily 150 each Sample Copies of The Youths Companion andhAnnouncement for 1907 will sent to any address free I e Every New Subscriber who cub out and Bends this sUp at i sacs with name and address and rec- eiveFREEN All the issues of The Companion for the remalnlne weeks of 1906 TbanleitlY DoublecambersRanging Calendar for 1007 in J2 colon and and The Companion for tiey weeks of rgors library of the beltreading for every member of the family j 4 t In ch and many otherspedslt whoyelnewTBE Trows COMPANION BOSTON MAS Kew enfaicrlptloiu received at thli office a j fttl HONEST GRAFTER 4A Glimpse Into the Future of Mu nioipal Ownership A Thumb Nail Skctch ofa Practical Politician Tho Pronto of an All Around Servant of the People Who Seen Mil Opportunities and Took Em ro Honest graft will reach Its highest level whet nn predicted by the ent- liiiftliiHtH the iirluvlplea of tmmlcltil- ownenthlii uru accepted by Now York and tlarlty controls the trolley Hues L tthu vlvctrk light nod gas works and t tho forces ns well its tho water works iiiul tho jiullee the ore nod tho Htreet ikiuirtmuiitH Then such patriots as George Vunh Inglim rimiUltt for ninny yours ors ganization ItMiIur of the rifteenth ills trlet In Sew York will reap rewards ot greater rWKiiIttHle tbam they have ever boon nblu to gather under the present order of thins IVrhaiM you have never heanl nholltI Mr riuukltfri houiJt graft schemes Ho told about them himself In n book published last year which was Intro duced by u paniKrnph lmlort Ini him anx a veteran lender of the orKnulzntlon slpioil by ltd greatest chief IlunUItt woe sore because there were MIIIO objections to Kraft being intuit out of the city by men like him and In the first chapter of his look he uttered n vigorous protest Illackmallln gaiu bleu saloon keepers disorderly yea pic etc he nilmlttctl to bo wrllnlI That wan dlslunicst graft nut he added theres an hnncst graft and Im an example of how It r works I KOCH my opportunities and I rtook eftIlunklttK explanation of how ho did those thllll will Illuminate the possibilities of future municipal ownership days It they ever come After elucidating the ways ho was tipped oft at various times by 1111111I bers of Ills party the party In power when new bridges now parks now streets weN to be opened so thaf ho might Invest In real estate likely tlIrise In price from tho Improvements contemplated he alls I havent Oil flued myself to land Anything pays Is In my lino Then ho gives 1Ispecific Instance lAariilng that the city was pout rcpavo a certain street and so would have several hundred thousand old paving Mocks to sell ho was on hand to buy and ho know Just what they wore worth Hut newspaper tried to do him and got somo outside men troth Brooklyn and New Jersey to bid against him Mr IMunkltt own words tell tho story best Was I done Not much I went to each of the men anti said How many of thosr 250000 stones do you wear One sold 20000 and anotheV wanted 15000 and another wanted 10 000 I said All right let me bid for the lot and Ill give each of you all you want for nothlnV t They agreed of course Then the auctioneer yelled How much am I bid for these flno ravin stones Two dollars anti fifty cents says I Two dollars and fifty cents screamed tho auctioneer Oh thats n poke Give me a real bid Ho found tho bid was real enough My rivals stood silent I gut the lot for f2no and gave them their share Thats bow tho attempt to do Ilunkltt ended and thats byte all such attempts end It Is hardly necessary In the light of tide authentic statement of honest grafts workings to enlargo upon the extended opportunities that would route to tho men of tho IMunkltt stamp were the dream of municipal owner chip to come true Ilunkltt says politicians who are accused of lIIostI Iho city get rich the same way They didnt steal a dollar from tho city They Just seen their opportunities cud took then Vblle In the legislature Ilunkltt in troduced tho bills that provided for time jutlylng parks of Now York the Har lem river speedway the Washington bridge tho One Hundred and Fifty t fifth sheet viaduct additions to tin Museum of Natural History anti ninny other Important public Improvements Ho Is now a millionaire Under the proposed order of tilings with city con trot of everything ho might become a billionaire Under municipal ownership of nil public utilities In New York and In most ofhcr cities In fact politicians like Plnnkltt who at different times has been elected state senator assem blyman county supervisor and oilIer man by his fellow citizens besides lerving as police magistrate for oho term and who boasts of his record In ailing four public oDlcca In ono year and drawing salaries from three of them at the same time would flourish like a whole grove of green bay trees A vegetable corrective for the stomachs of babies and children with the name of each ingredient in t Englishon 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 House Plants Window plants that appear yellow or do not have healthy appear ance are over nurturedor affected with insects The pot should be examined in order to discover if the drainage is perfect It is not necessary to have the earth wet but r L READ AND YOU WILL LEARN It that tine loading medical writers and tRachrra of nil the several schools of iindorgo and recommend In tho loll5lJloolcl1anlleveryInrllllcllt lscoveryforcomplainttorpidaffections and nil cntlrr whatever region namo or nature It Is also n iipccin remiidy for all such chronic or long siamling case of catarrhal affec tions and their romiltants as bronchial aesexceptconsfmpgttoidaccongsaNeti j not no fur acuto cUUl Lilt fur lingering or chronic cases It Is oiilcacloui In producing per I CherrybnrkIoidenMnmlrnk tart and Queens rootall of which aro highly Drained as romwllcs for all theabove mentioned affections by uch eminent medical writers and teachers us 1rof Ilartholow of Jefferson Mod Col legs Prof hare of tho Univ of 1a 1rof Finley Klllngwood M H of lien net t Mod Chicago 1rof JohnIKing M D Into of Cincinnati John M U Into of CillclnInail Irof Fdwln M Halo M llaluifinmn Mod Collegi Chicago and scores of others equally eminent In their several rchools of Tho Jol Jen Medical Discovery Is tbeIonly meillclno up for sale through druggist for like that has arty QlUlI cnc1ollmllItwortbt- nllrn titan any number of tltI I monlal Open publicity of its formula i the tattle wraiijxr la best pottslblo guaranty of Its merits A glance at Titihlliiliixl fonnnlA will show that Gulden lelIcl1 Discovery contain no aisnn i ous or harmful agents and no alcohol I dllmllallrlIIrl trlplnrelliiHl glycerine YCIrl 110 nnobjectlonnlilo and besides Is a most useful Ingrwllent In tutu corn of all stem ark as well us bronchial throat and him HoctIon There Is tho liMioit medical authority for Its use In all such cures Tlm a concentrated glyc UllICoerrIsrrlc medicinal roots j ami Is safe and reliable i A booklet of extracts from eminent medical inilliorltlos endorsing Its Ingre rtlentt nuillol free on request Addrosi Ur U V 1Icrce lluttalo r simply moist and to allow the earth to dry some will do no herm The dust in the rooms will settle on the leaves of the plants which makesI it ncccessnry to give each thorough washing once a week Hack ache cold hands and feet rheumatism and kindred ailments caused by improper action of the kidneys vield readily to ashort treat ment of DeWitts Kidney and Blad der Pills They quickly drive the poisons front the system and thus afford relief A weeks treatment for 25c Recommended by all druggists m DO YOU OWN A HORSE Electric Light Plants Are Like Horses In Some Respects Time subject of depreciation Is well worthy of the careful consideration of thoso who are prone to Ignore that Item In estimating tho cost of lights nipplled by municipal plants nut as more people own horses than lighting plants It may lw helpful to consider Jcpreclatlon as applied to horses You tiny f250 for a nveyenr old horse Thats original cost If you bor row till money you must pay Interest an It If you dont borrow It you lose thp Interest you would get If you didnt buy the horse Either way Its lutorest You feel the horse and perhaps hire a auto to tako cure of him Thats open ating expenses You get him shod oc casionally and call In tile veterinarian when bo is sick Thats renewals and repairs After a few years In spite of the best of care the horse Is no longer allblo of doing the required work 15Iyou liy year by year out of tho horses earnings youve got to borrow It to buy u now horse and you may not Qnd It easy to do so It you havent re paid the original loan Thats what happens to municipal plants that dont provide an adequate depreciation fund Making Peter Pay For Paul Whether a public utility be admin istered by the government Itself or bra private corporation wo hold that every person who uses It should bo held to pay tho cost of tho service which ho receives and that no man should bo compelled by taxation or otherwise to bear any part of his neighbors ex penses for light and power for tele phono service or for transportation of himself or of Ids goods Every proposal that a municipality nssumo operation of nil public utilities and reduce rates to persons using them rcgiirdles of what tho service nay aqtuolly cost Is an attempt to force some men to bear tho expenses Df others because where tho outlay for tperatlou exceeds earnings the deficit oust bo made up by taxation and this wo denounce us socialistic and there tore hostile to justice and subversive of democratic government Bourko Cockran Senator Sorghum In Doubt Do you think that municipal own Irshlp would eliminate graft tI am not quite sure answered Sen itor Sorghum whether It would ollml latoltor simply originate a now kind Washington Stir Open bowelsaMgtthe out of your Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrupopens the bowels and at the same time allays the inflammation of the mucous membranes Contains Honey andv Tors 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 fists m MENACE TO CITIES I of Professor Fessenden Sounds a Note of Warningj Cities Not Adapted to Operate Bull I ness Enterprise Lou of Capital Through New Development The Danger a Real One It Is becoming more amid more genII ernlly recognized that undertakings needs of IIIvlsablo that municipalities should ac tually engage In such undertakings or whether they should merely IIIllntlluI their control as It hall been through their powers as a landlord Is u matter which will be determined by till municipalities from political social T economic ns well as engineering conshlcrntlollsI 1 from the very essential matter only n certain class of CUllnccrl lug undertakings can be properly operated by status politics It U very Important that this limitation should bo recognized as where the limitation hilt been over stepped It hits resulted In heavy titian clap losses to time governing bodies Im mediately concerned It has seriously checked development In engineering pines nod these results haw In consequence afforded u strqng argument to thoso opposed to municipal operation pal of IluhllcutllltiellI developments may be expected but nothing of a general or Important cllnrI acter Important developments gen erally come only tromp the hands of InIdividual or bodies responsible only themselves anti provided with the luI ccntlvc of a largo profit The cllmlua lion of self responsibility anti Incentive would Inevitably produce n condition In Industrial and scientific development analogous to the dark It Is to be noted that this conclulllollI Is derived from engineering considera tions alone and does not Include any consideration treat the political social or economic stile There may It Is conceivable bo political social and economic considerations which tend to affect this limitation Considered how ever from the engineering standpoint alone there can be no question but that the field of state and municipal operation should be limned to undertakings In which there Is no Immediate prospect of or need for Improved methodA which Is always associat ed with tbo ownership of Industrial undertakings Is that capital Invest ed may be lost throughu the develop ment of now and cheaper methods nnd processes Tho extent to which Indus trial machinery of certain types Is ion tiered obsolete by new Improvements s not always realized Tho writer Is icrsanally acquainted with one street cur railroad plant In which the entire electrical equipment of the power house was thrown out and replaced with Improved machinery four times within a period of teu years The Car ueglo company Is reported correctly It Is believe t to have scrapped on one occasion more than 31000000 worth of new machinery which had never been used This tins already become a serious- utntter for mazy municipalities which have engaged In undertakings lying outside of the engineering limits de fined above Many of these municipal Hies Installed plants for the produc lion of electric light at a time prior to the advent of Important Improvements In generating and distributing electric ity and ns these municipalities In com I mon with most municipalities made proper allowance for depreciation uoI capital Invested tuna been lost and In addition the cost of clue j tric light to the consumer Is much higher than It Is In other places equipped with later and more economical of In addition heavy 111ce81rory municipalities since the heavy ratei I have caused manufacturers to move away to other towns and this again has stun further increased jho 1II1I10UI upon those remaining There ready Indications that a considerable number of these inuulclpalitlea which have engaged In Improper undertakings are entering upon a period of financial illlllcultyIt A Pcssenden Go Slow on City Ownership Until politics In America Is purified far eyoiid Its present condition any large experiment In government own ership may be called a thief breeder with much safety The more authority there Is vested In tho hands of poll tlclans with all duo deference to our national administration the more cor ruption there will be It Is a short sighted citizen who would take more business out of private lands and com unit It to the tender mercies of the poll ticians Troy Press Another Plant Abandoned After many years trial of Its munici ldpnl electric lighting plant Alexandria has finally leased the works to a private corporation for a period of thirty years The lessee paid 3500 for the plant which bad cost the city 117000 bees Tfc Every reco1nlzellautborlty on So cialist economics from Marx to FerrI has been and Is an avowedeconomlc evolutionist They all wlthoutcxcep trOll recognize that public ownership under capitalism must come before the I fulLSoclallst prbgrammecau meet with- y t 4LjaH tSN M 1 t txrra1klrr realization When the Socialist party shall sue I ceed to power In municipality state or nation It will fall hell to the holdings Its capitalist predecessors Every dollars worth of property that wo can wrest from private capitalism through public ownership will fall Into the hands of the Socialist party without a struggle upon Its succession to power International Socialist itcvlow Government U For IWhatappropriate function of the government to safeguard the Individual and to sea that the game of busi Is fairly played that the cards lire held above the table and that everybody Is given a square deal It Is tho appropriate function of the government to sit In the game lion Leslie M Shaw FlngI Cuba and the Philippines health was the most important consideration Wills Morgan retired Commissary sergeant U S A of Hural Route No Concord NH says I was two years in Cuba and two years in the Philippines and being subject to to colds I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which kept me in perfect health And now in New Hampshire we find it the best medicine in the world for coughs colds bronchial troubles and all lung diseases a Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug gists Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free m 1MCmared Raid the homegrown philosopher a bachelor with 50000 isnt as happy as a poor married man with seven marriageable daughters Why not queried the youth Because explained the philosophy dispenser the former wants more than he has while the latter has more than he wants An Alarming Situation Frequently results from neglect of 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 Bro Hartford Ky Price 50c m HOW TO SHOW A PROFIT Tricky Bookkeeping Puts Losses en the Profit Side The printed report of a municipal jlectrlc light plant In Indiana has just been received It shows n profit There Is no question about It It shows u large profit The figures are there in black and white and they show a profit equivalent to 30 per cent of tho gross Income and 18 per cent on the capital Invested That Is what wo cull i profitable business How was tills plant able to make so good n showing In a way so simple that any municipal plant could adopt It with success If Its superintendent otlitstockholders are too Inquisitive In the first place tho fixed charges for Interest on the capital Invested and for depreciation were entirety Ignored I Thcirlio allowance was made for taxes lost by having municipal Instead of private ownership Next whllo full charge was made against the water de partment and tile city offices for lights and supplies tho superintendent conveniently forgot to charge the lighting plant with the water used In Its boil ers and condensers or with Its share of Ibo salaries In the city accounting do partment Insurance was also over looped Finally to make assurance of profit doubly sure a number of Items properly pertaining to wore charged to now 11I11111tennllClI At tIll same time the and public building lights was as high as In surrounding cities served by private companies which had sonic I now or other to provide for nil olllilteliltells tbeseI It Is perhaps needless to odd cept for tho judicious way In superintendent prepared ills reports t considerable deficit would have appear ed Instead of tho gratifying profits Of COUIiO the taxpayers will have to provide i tho money to make good these paper i profits but they may not for some I years secitho connection between their 1 profitable plant and the higher tax rate and meanwhile are happy In the I contemplation of Its profits and will doubtless testify enthusiastically to tho benefits of municipal ownership From the above wo may tbo following rule for showing a IlrofitI First omit all Items of expense that can without too much danger of detection be saddled upon the general tux list or other departments second charge in as vague a way as possible to new construction as many items of maintenance as may bo to show a large profit N BTho profit must bo largo to provide for the con tingency of some carping critic discov ering one or more of tho concealed Items of oxpenso and ruthlessly draw lug than forth from their hiding placesIf abQvo rule Is scrupulously fop lOwed there seems to bo no reason Iwby municipal plant should not Municipal shpw a prolltConcorlllng Ownership e S The Kind Tim Have Always Bought and which has boos in use for rer 30 years has borno the signature of w mado under sonal Infancy deceive All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood arolfout Experiments that trifle with and endanger health otrInfanta Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIAt Castoria In a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant U contains neither Opium Morphine nor other NarcotiC substance Its is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Colic It relieves Teething Troubles Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates Food regulates the Stomach anti Bowels giving healthy awl natural sloop Tho Childrens PanaceaTho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS JBears the Signature of t The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years er esMv vv teMt MsrIRt were trr t i OUR CLUBBING RATE no THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Heraldl25THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 TilE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 TIm REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekOwensboro Inquirer 175 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwfceaWeelc Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Adaress all orders to THE REPUBLICAN RANDALL T COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN When in Louisville s STOP A- TSeiirnings EUROPEAN HOTEL The Home for Ohio County People Elegant Clean Rooms and Polite Attention S Wt Corner Second and Jefferson Streets COLLINS GRIFFINProps L The Publishers Claims Sustained UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS Tho Publisher of Wdwtrr Inttriutkuul UiatlfffIil fatiMlxi IKIIMJ tarUnahtidgodthotouabiyroeatelinetrrr eTerJll I he purpose ohtesttar mite meet tvarr mid severer roqiiUqmnli of another gcncra tlnn Wo are of the that tats alksaOoB most clearly and accuntdr describe lbe work that line been rcoiupJI lMtl and tbe rosulttbat bll been IfIdIcd JimDictionary as It now Btamlv Loa bun thoroughly Joe In teen correclfafa meeteverythe larger and ees2ttr generation which daamfla more ol popular blioIo Xnmrkdsa tian any gcuerallo that the world hniOTcrcoatJ tct It Is tltrlllll1S needles to ail ttatwe refer to tutu dictionary In ourJudicial Wilt It not tho highest authority la accuracy of demist tlani and that la rutureuIn peat It IJU thBOWC8 toaaatreferenm- tasnza anorZamarn lAwmncc trruxaiIOIfII D4yJt auasrsaIto1fJ The abovtreftnla WJUKTUJfS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZEt- hehlgheetawerdw irtTen to Iha Interna tional ut tho World Mr bt Louis GET THE LATEST liD BEST IYouVIUbeC nfrmaUdfet rpalmrnpwpaxntfrert QCMERBlAMCOiPUDLI8HOJ3 BPHINQFIELD MAC and has been his per supervision since Its Allow no ono to you In this the anti ago Wind cures the HCWTO BIG FOUR UNew York Central Line S The Best Line to I IndianallOlisII I I Criicagff I Ttledt II Detroit f Cleveland Buffalo t New York f Boston And all other points East Information cheerfully fur I nished on application at City Ticket Office Big Four No 259 Fours avenue or write to S J GATES Agent Passenger Dept IIGenl Louisville t H J General Cincinnati Kyi i i Subscribe for TilE REPUBUCAifi l P4i 4 fi r 1tiIHartford Republican limed by the llnrtfonl 1lIhllhlDI COlD I n HCOHPntUVKII e IIIrCJTLS=zon 00pumbrarreC 13 ta SLouch i rer 503 FRIDAY DECEMBER 28 ANNOUNCEMENTS We lire niittiotlinl to nnnnanro S A AXUnil pox of Vivut llnrtfonl Precinct 0 rnnilMnte for Itipnwntiitlrp In the flmmnil MMiililjr from 4 this the 2nth illHtrlct ulijrvt to the niUlun of the IlrpuMtain pnrlr- nreRlllhorlt1lwe to nnnoimor W W IAIK of the Hold 1mlnrt n cntulhlntp for IScpiwn tntlve In the iiHienil Amvnibljr frninthlnthoMtli Hulllet subject to the tiPtlon of tlw lUimlilhnu jmrtv Exnmlno tho label on your paper I f Ills not correct notify us I nn Now for the new year resolutions las nted the ice manITilE President t should have kept Congress in after school to study its spelling lesson lookIF Beckham does not out with him it will be a question o- no f lid no crolcnr THE Christmas of 190G has passed into history and old 1906 herself lingers on a narrow margin IF Congressmen were paid in pro portion to the services they render there would be a wide variation in lsalaries theWE trust among new year resolutions our City Council will not forget stepping stones for our street w ossings SANTA CLAUS is himself posted and hereafter it will be necessary to sttralie your chimney if you expect him to enter J WHILE the dumpers and croak ers are predicting failure for the To bacco Growers Association the Association goes right aheadsecuring sale for pooled tobacco at higher figures than any one had dreamed of merchants to be congratulated on the excellent and ap propriate manner in which they pre pared for the Christmas holidays They have already been amply re warded by liberal patronage orI their efforts in so doingj I WHAT has become of Bryan Will lam J Bryan of Nebraska and Europe The same over whose re turn to our shores Democracy cheered herself hoarse a few months ago Has he gone abroad in order to make another triumphalentry DtKiNO the recent RussoJapanese War Americans almost to a man es pease the cause of the Little Jap as they pleased to call them and noted with genuine satisfaction their deeds of valor and success over their opponents A few however who were blessed with unusual foresight sounded a warning against tlllYellow Peril and pointed out the domineering spirit that their success over the Russians would beget them Now thatJapan is trying to pick a fuss with Uncle Sam we all re alize the truth of the Wiseacres predictions We all commend the Presidents stand in upholding treaty agreements existing between Japan and the United States But the sooner that treaty is amended by inserting an exclusion clause such as our Chinese treaty embraces the better it will be for America and Americans as well as all white peol Pie Font Hartford the past year in history will be a noted one In the i years to come mOB will be noted t as the year in which our long dreamed railroad became an assured fact j r Situated as we are in the midst of the finest farming lands which can be found this side of the rich pararies of the west with unlimited supplies j of coal and timber on a navagable j s stream we have always felt that we only lacked connection with steel rails giving us swift intercourse with the outside world to enable us to snake of Hartford a town of im f portance The past year has already verified our beli f On the prospects of the railroad hundreds of residence lots have bin mid rtnl there has been a quickening in all branches of trade With the citizens c of Hirtfnrd now alone rests the fate of the greater town We should adopt a broad spirit toward all Inudable enterprises which may seek la location in our midst and the respective individual citizen shout be given the glad hand Last nut not least our City Coun cil should make wise use of the funds bleb the citizens have placed at theifc command in giving us good streets and crossings and a suitable sewerage system BETTER STILL Already a number of names have been tentatively suggested for the Republican nomination for Gover nor in Kentncky and found wanting j But we observe with pleasure that the merits of Judge James Breath itt of Hopkinsville and Judge WmI Holt of Louisville both men who have been honored by their party and their neighbors and both free from factional politics are being favorably discussed in all parts of the State No better men could bee selected and both of their namel nextIAttorney General Paducah Sun Thats correct brother Your re cent plea for Breathitt for Gover nor was certainly timely But both Breathitt and Holt on the ticket sounds better still and we must have them They will run if we go after them right and right after j them we must go New Gents Furnishing House Mr F D Baughn will open a first class Gents Furnishing HQuse in the brick building formerly occupied by TilE REPUBLICAN on Center street January 1 1907 He is now pur chasing the most complete and up j todate stock ever brought to Hartford He will also carrv a nice line of undertakers goods His motto will j be Fair dealing live and l- etive23tfAnnouncement There will be a mass meeting of the members and friends of the Baptist church at the church house in Hartford January 3 1907 at 7 0 C Ioc IIPROGRAM I L Song All Hail the Power of Jesus name 2 SongI am Thine 0 Lord 3 Prayer 4 SongWere Marching to Zion j 5 Prayer G SongTo be selected 1 7 Address The Struggles and j Triumphs of the ChurchJ P San derfur 8 SongPraise Him Praise Him 9 The Mission of this Church and What it Stands forRev 0 11 Shultz 10 SongStand up Stand up for Jesus 11 The Outlook for the Future Pastor and some members 12 SongLet the Lower Lights beI Burning 13 Announcements doxology A B GARDNER pastori The Old Year1906 The year just past was full of bane Heavy cropswere spoiled by rain Earthquakes filled our hearts with pain Ocean waves engulfed the land Leaving naught on it to stand Death for all seemed near at hand Years have come and gone before Each one faught with many cares And the new one at the door Raises in us doubts and years WM YANCEY ERWIN December27th1906TilE 1907 The new year now almost in sight promises of days more bright 1Has wrong will be made right No pestilence will trouble Earthwill blossom in the SIJringI Woods with song of birds will ring Year of plenty should this be Equal to all wants and ways Autumn will find more than me IReady with a song of praise WM YANCEY EmvlxlDecember 27 1906 Moss and Tompson Plasterers and contractors satis faction guaranteed Phone 29 or Beaver Dam Planing Mill 13tf Liver and Kidneys It Is highly Important that these organs should properly perform their functions When they dont what lameness of the sldu and back wjmt yellowness of the skin what constipation bad taste In the mouth sick headache pimples and blotches and loss of courage tell the story The great alterative and to- nicHoodsSarsaparilla Gives these organs vigor and tone for the proper performance of their functions and cures all their ordinary ailments Take It A BUNCH QFSUCICEIIS Hose Containing 150 Nipples Fed The Babies of the I Immigrants Honolulu Dec 2GFEe ling about 130 babies with a hose is a novel method of rivins food to the young sters but this is the way the officers of the British steamship Suveric arc said tohave cared for a part of the Portuguese contingent of immigrant settlers that arrived here from the AzoresThe Portuguese are noted for their large families and out of the 1325 immigrants that arrived by the yes sIs a large number were children and many small ones Thecaptuinis quoted as saying that he had a hose strung along the deck fitted with 1uO nipples Then milk was pumped through the hose and with a young Portuguese baby at the end of each I nipple the youngsters got fat und healthy Notice i To local unions of the A Sof E throughout the county You art requested to select a committee j of one ttake the census of the grain sat your respective dis tricts and send delegate to report same ata meeting of the grain growers association to be held in Hartfordon Monday January 7 1907 DAVID MOKELAXD Thanks- I wish to extend my sincere thanks to the donors of the beautiful gold handle parasol presented me Christmas by the members of the Chris linn church I appreciate the token very much indeed Truly FLOSSIE WOODWARD A Quarter for 15 Cents We are going out of the Stock Food business Until January 18 Will sell yon a GOc package for 35c packageforRex Come earlyJ H WILLIAMS CONDENSED STORIES A Witness Who Convinced a Judge That He Knew Him Lawrence Jerome the father of District Attorney William Travers Jerome was noted in his day as a wit and a joker He was once called on to testify in a suit in which he believed that he had no dvidenco of any value to offer He tried to persuade the lawyer to save him the bother of hanging around the courtroom but in vain On the day i I j Till WITNESS WILL ANSWER TIIU TIOIJ QUI sot for the trial Larry as he known to everyone was in court but his name was not called all morninjWhen in tlTo middle of was finally ask IIinwore a placid smile What is your name asked theI lawyer apIname r the repetition came a bit sharply Why you know my name replied Mr Jerome Yes I know I do but I want wavinghisWhy the judge knows Inc as well as you do Your honor turning toward the benchwill you kindly direct the witness to answer tho qllesI lion The witness will answer the hnetiau came back ptcnjly Why judge said Sir Jerome plaintively you know my name its rjpll as Mr does Didnt wo Usrte have a drink together at re j It I WAI i 4 Why Refer to Doctors Because we make medicines for them We tell them nil about Ayers Cherry Pectoral and they prescribe it for coughs colds bronchitis con sumption They trust it Then you can afford to trust it Ask your own doctor Tho best hind of a testimonial Sold for over olxty years IHai LonUIIAIi SASSAPARILLA r 1tSlain vncoa pubiUhlCherryPectoral res7he i judge rapped down the ble iilos which arose all audiI courtroom rind meekly stenographer to enter the witness name as Lawrence Jerome New York lribulleJP j National Trotting association said recently adaptedbyter with a good record Then the trotter believed to be a beginner jets enormous odds and when she wins what a surprise cigarItpeeled surprise he said It is surprise a friend of mine mot with on a train in West Vir jinin i As the train traversed iIJounty IIlV friend entranced with the s ererstuck his head out of the windOIThe brakeman hurried to end said himI our head inside IOUIWhat for asked my friend It So you wont damage an of the iron work on the bridges snidI the brakcman New York Trib use i Public Sale Saturday January 5 1907 at the Era Taylor farm four miles East of Beaver DamiAt offer for sale at public traction one farm of 260 acres as a whole or ini I two tracts Terms Onethird cash balance to suit purchaser ot1 allon time with approved security iAt the same time Twill offer Hor 1 ses Cattle Hay Cora Farming Im1 plements and Machinery Household and Kitchen Furniture etc on terms to suit purchasers with apI proved securl tISale begins at 10 oclqck a mIERA TAYLORi P SFor further information call on or address C M Taylor 23t31IHartford Business Institute Not the oldest just the best as our patrons will attest On December 31st the H B Iwill open up its new qaithers down town and will continue without any break through the spring and sumo merIeverything done to make our busi ness Institute the equal in every re pect of old Business colleges j Students enter at any time and are properly classified Any energetic young man or young woman who will enroll at this institution j will not only be well repaird but be well satisfied with their experience j Students completing the work here going out from this school give satisfaction We have no trouble in j securing positions Another teacher will be added to our teaching force after the Holi days Enroll now and secure a good practical business position NETTIE ROGERS THE SINGER OR Wheeler Wilson- If in need ofti Singer or Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machine I will showIsuit the times on easy payments Also have repairs for all makes of machines Office at my residence Jon Center street Your patronage solicited J C BENNETT Hartford Ky I ctfsti 4r 4nii o 1 e fW9 i Q 1 i YetbJ or iG f o I What could malce u more satisfac tory New Years jolt than a nice 1 new O K 4 OIing Stove This e famous brandof Stoves Mils stoodi9i the severest tests lor yours and no tt user ol oife of these Stoves hats ever been a dissiuisfied customer One ffi ofr3 z9 backs In no instance have we ICHlndi a stove that the hack did not last farft 5 years AU sixes and prices cairiedJ II in stock We are at your service Js I any day tt- t E tiC p BafflesBros BEAVER DAM KY t11 IttLt tr ttr d4aVl If A6III1J1JJlIJI uiJ7 rr J1V1J If rpT J1 f 6GA4U IAdtttPtLLAd14Je b + dt4sb YJ1e t 41 TEtE ii EVES 1YiLELTYII t 1 I haveevery jj known facilitytoD ti5 j correctly exam i ine and fit them with proper j glasses There 5 t are no unpleasant fc t 1 ordeals in my j i examination I 4o have my own spedI fa cial methods n 2meH the best eye ex j S amination possl 1 We lJII 1 f ER4q 7 HOTELJ8 Saturday Dec 22 and 29 1906 4 Eye examination and advice free Glasses recommended only 4 r 42 when needed Charges moderate tfi C- 4t DR E I ALPER Optician e G y W WW lrIb TAKE THE REPDBLlGAilL t a t fP 11e fc1 1 ttful1tople of- 011iu rItlltyr tit i ll ein1 putt thug i Fttlug thrtl 41 1IOG 11111 trielOtt l Itst CotliteoliS- to nilto givt the it tst vogue p0SSible to V e1y p C nsei The th111 isOtt 1111K ill LIItCIIUII fir IH07 thiesincerely hope you will 11V4 I vitli a on tinuallco of y1nr Ir e Vishiug you a 11oSl1IIS J1refll We ale fol1ti nlS artford Republic FRIDAY DECEMBER 2S IHnols Central RallrondT tt Tablet Nnrlh IliniiHli f Notet IIII ort In- K t1oIrlultIOI m Notoquip lspn Slilllh Illllil SoIIIIIIIl1S SIIUIhSi rtrThat Xmas holidays arc now r Ion Will want to take a hunt 1I ot go to U S Carsons and good gun for the occas IJ Marlin both vI tie handles the shotguns and other stay 4kind All kinds of loaded shea Gunsl Guns Guns Who1 r I S Carsons Cranberries andMince Med ity Restauranty Candies Efr FruitsRestaurant ladies and childrens 1see Carson r Co Those Oyster StewQ at City 1 finej are the times see Carson Co i 4 Scholarship in Massey Bt r College for sale at this office c Mr I Ii Stevens NoItealjed to see us Wednesday honchop0IJ- layorJasoilHWilliams fCI eeks illness is much impro IQyilUni fish find Cele tlyort aniatCityRs r- rzf4 f 1 Lucy T Wedding is the guest lativj at Whitesville Ben King Owensboro is the r I of his sister Mrs E E Crab I Scholarship in the Bowling Business College apply at this a day evening suppers at City iurant are becoming quite fash le Elmer Barnard of Beaver vicinity was a pleasant caller esday c Table Linens Napkins ands prices right at Long fiCos my Store a and Mrs C D Stevens etown are the guests of rela il Hartford rs Shoesalways uptodate and at the ole prices at Long EconomyStore t SALEA scholarship in the ord Business Institute Call address THE REPUBLIcAN- S Lira Morton and little Miss y Anderson are the guests of and Mrs T J Morton Island ave your laundry at Cleve Hera ary Work guaranteed Prompt cry Agent Richmond Laun 46tf here did you say you got that Woo ten quarter Blanket for I At Long Cos Economy t r a few days visit to her sis rs Isaac Foster Miss Arbyc hri returned to per home near town Tuesday r Katie Jones a student at third Business Institutels spend = rhermothercl 1r j k 7c 14 0See Sam Bachs Clothing frwinter They fit good look good and wear good Overcoats at almost your own prices tit Long Cos Economy Store I Mr Arch Lewis Calhoun is the j guest of his mother Mrs M A Lewis t Dr N Burnett Cuneyvllle visited j relatives pear town Saturday and Sunday I i Our stock of Clothing and Over coats was never more complete at Carson Gos Mr A C Taylor Control City was the guest of relatives in H ltrford Tuesday Get your Clothing Cleaned anti Pressed at Pearls Pantiorium at Yi + M C A rooms Fancy Bifck Combo Side Combs Belt Buckles c at Long Cos Economy StoreIFor solid comfort those Steak and Fish meals at City Restaurant cant I be beat Try em i Rev J Frank Baker will preach nt Providence next Sunday and Rev J A Lewis at Goshen Mrs A L Hudson and children Owensboro arrived Monday to be the guests of Mrs E J Hu Dr D W King Nashville sonI arrived in Hartford Wedn a be tho guest of friends n few toI Miss Annie Hudson who has been i visiting relatives in Owensboro for i several weeks returned home Tues day Moore Crnbtree have new Sorghum fresh Cabbage and a fine 1a line of family Groceries Call on them Mr and Mrs T II Black and lit tle daughter Norine spent Christ mas day with relatives at Beaver Dam i What more do you want for your money fiftytwo inch Mohair for only 50b at Long Cos Economy Store 4 I City Restaurant maintains its rep utation as being the most uptodate place in Hartford Everything neat as a pin Mr Perry Keown has accepted position us fireman with the L N railroad His run is from Russell ville to Owensboro Esq J A Park left yesterday for Owensboro where he will resume his I duties as Storckeeprr gauger at one of the distilleries there Mr Fred Anderson who is con ducting a successful school at Ma tanzas is spending the holidays with relatives in Owensboro 0WANTEDA boy about 14 or 15 years old to learn pressing Call at once at PearlspantioriumI IP D TWEDDELLj See the pretty Waists plain and I over Laces Poplines and so many new things at Long Cos Ejonomy Store There will be services at the Baptist church next Sunday morningI and evening Sermon by in the morning and by Rev Chester Stevens at night Mr J J Reid of the Prentis neighborhood killed a hog last week one year and ten months old ret- ting 620 pounds It was of the Po hind China variety 1 Have your File Insurance Policy issued by Barnett Smith They represent only the best companies and will write your policy at their fiico while you wait WANTED TO borrow 1000 at per cent interest mortgage on real estate worth twice that amount also personal security Call on or address A this office 20tf Mrs EdPorter Owensboro and Mrs C L Wetherford and Miss Ruth Wetherford Cabbott Kyaret- he guests of Mrs Amanda Phillips of the East Hartford neighborhood Mr Oscar Ashley who lives at the North end of the levee on Sher ifT Martins farms killed a wild turkey one day last week the first on known to be in this locality fo many years WANTEDGentlemen or lady b11r811toboocapital Salary 107200 per I year and expensessalary paid week Iyandexpenses advanced Address with stump Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky 10m6 ft 4 MissLida Morton the Milliner is with Carson Co See her for Huts Miss Bqrtlm Phillips of the East I Hartford neighborhood was a pleas ant caller esterduyIMr and Mr A 11 Barnett andI little daughter Noritie near spent Christmas day with Mr and Mrs Alex Barnett on FredricaIISjhrocters Floating leave Hartford next ay IfI you are in need of pictures them made now Boat at the landing I below the bridge BarI IIIlrlull Barnard son of L T nard fell from a load of hay the first of the week and dislocated his right shoulder Dra Taylor andI Stanley were called who put the shoulder in place and he is petting along nicely NOW that the open season for i quail hunting is nearing statutory i limit it will be necessary for the professional as well as the amateur sportsman to lay aside his rusty fire lock until the 15th day of November next unless they persist as some theIand that too not alone for pleasure Our merchants all report good Christmas sales Many of them report the best they ever had One firm not a thousand miles away sold more than 1000 worth of goods on Xmas eve It is needless tq add that this firm carried a page ad in THE REPUBLICAN for two weeks before the record sale wns made Moral the day has passed in this country when you can sell anything without advertising This is reading age- Hartford celebrated Christmas in a quiet manner and yet on every hand there was manifest a spirit of cheerfulness and contentment which come with a clear conscience and fuU larder On all every side the handof charity was extended to the less fortunate and many gifts were exchangedamong friends At the Methodist and Baptfst churches elegant Christmas trees were erected and Santa Claus ministered to the desires of the little Sunday school pupils regardless of cast or creed with the generosity for which the patron Saint is noted I For sometime there has been trouble in the Beda local A S of E arising over a dispute concerning possession of the records of the local These were in custody of Steve Ben nett the retiring Secretary who claims thathis successor teas illegally elected Last Saturday a committee consisting of Jas Ashley and J TI Shaver came to town Sn obedience to instructions from the lodge and I sued out a Writ of for the possesjsionrequired bond and the matter will be t1edat the regular term of quarterly court third Monday in January UCR Dec 25Mrs 3 M Owen Mc Kenney is the guest of her sister I Mrs McDowell Fair PIj Harris and daughter have gone to Linton Ind to spend the HolidaysIa visit tofriends and relatives Mr and Mrs Gilbert Haskins area visiting in Madisonville I Mr and Mrs P L Neighbors and children Powderly are spending Christmas with Mr and Mrs L I FrancisMiss Pearl Warner is near Sul pher Springs Mr and Mrs G D York and chil dren Linton Ind are the guests of Mrs R Carter Miss Isabelle Fair who fs attend ing school in Hartford is spending the Holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs McDowell Fair Miss Maggie Manwarring is visit in Central City Miss Elizabeth Jones who has been attending the Nashville Sanitairam is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ed Jones Land Sale For Taxes By virtue of taxes due me as willeexposerto public sale at Court door in Hartford Kythe followin beITuxpnrera Some 0t Xo Acre Total Austin 1I AI 25 4 55 Howard J A 1 20 487 Butler A F guar 10 100 6 30 Baize Jno J 10 10 578 1a 01 t + nc+ In nrXtytf e tt fcSpecials f t Anybody looking for a good in 3 2t vestment can find none better ef than our New Year Specials Most tinvestulcnts bring from G to 10 per W 33cr+ to 50 per cent Bettor investigate = and look these Specie through t Nice Suits Overcoats Shoes Etc A Sam Mach 2 HARTFORD KYV 7G 4 t t J1C 1444444 5151Campfeld 03tChapman Graves Sallie T 24 160 878 Nelson R L 24 100 663 Roach Jermiab 23 100 776 55Neighborsfor B Neighbors 4 70 5 30 Renfrow Melvin 580 Daniel B C 11tS 5 80 Daniel II G R 5301IWadeDWhite 2 rs 32 10 61 owingli 9 3 514 9 3 5 19 Moorman 3C 14 45577- Oller J II 18 75 8 31 Wedding CT 20 467 Crowe J W 18 1 598 Midkiff Estin G 18 10 4 75 TonlxiU- Coftman A B met v for Jess Shacklett 27 1 5 07 Goodall Andrew 15 1 6 45 Hinges Luther 9 1 7 34 Howard Hiram age for Tessa known 81 565 Magee Mrs Dora 14 1 5 70 COtOKED Cooper Wood 13 1 4 72 Lindley Sylvester 15 1 506 Miles Willie 20 1 5 31 5641McCarthNONRESIDENTAct Brand J W 25J 468 Cecil CS 79 593 Ellis WT and JW 45 564 Fuqua JofaiS 65 691 Haynes Parker 25655Humphrey T W 31 405 Morris VP 30377Stinnett Joe L andVD 36 468 Shiverl Thai aad W L 30 734 1555gSmith J D 8 216 Worley Leander 65 485 Ward David S 30 3 95 YatesMatilda66i 531 Solinger N 108 14 28 To Lot Cooper tits Annie 14681 Stevens L W 1243i RBMAKIWSOC 4r t 1lr Hartford College S THE OLD ap MIME Hartford College is nOw on a boom Every room in thebuilding is occu pied by a regular teacher The Business Department will be moved to quarters do Ill in town to provide for another regular teacher in the Collegiate Department which will teachers full time for THIRD and FOURTH TERMS be ginning JANUARY 14 1907 Training I of TEACHERS IS MADE A SPECIALTY THOROUGH INSTRUCTION AND RAPID RE VIEWS IN ALL COMMON SCHOOL STUDIES WILL BE GIVEN BY THOROUGHLY COMPETENT AND EXPERIENCED TEACHERS The Board of Education has made liberal appropriation for Maps Globes Charts Chemical and other apparatus all of which will be in stalled by the opening of the Third Term January 14 1907 Over forty nonresident students are now in attendance and it is confidently expected that this numberI will be increased to one hundred ter Christmas Patrons and friends are earnestly requested to help ob thin this number and thus again renew the palmy days of Hartford College Marred Plymoiltli Rocks A few fine birds pullets and cockerels at reasonable prices MRSCESA1ITH r Hartford Ky p w I 7 r rrlT ii I r1vi A SOURED CONDUCTOR Incident That Changed His Theory of Street Car Etiquett- eIt was OBriens first day on the Job He had served his probation term as conductor on the Sixth ave nue lino and after a few days of anxious waiting had been told to report for duty the following morn ing Ten oclock found him bound downtown on tho poop deck of a yellow car with a bunch of change in pocket and a heart full of pride and hope OBrien had ideas of hit own re girding how 11 conductor should act in the performance of his duties lie had read from tinge to time sto ries in the newspapers which re flected severely upon the manners of the noun who pulls tho bell lie determined to be an exception to what seemed to be the general rule He would be uniformly kind and to old and young and never Eolite his temper Perhaps he mused by following this course heI might some day get to bo superintendent The trip from the car barns down to Fortysecond street was comparatively without incident save that the motormans feelings were out raged and his soul irrevocably lost because OBrien refused to ring the starting bell until an alighting pas senger had both feet safely on the ground or an incoming one was well within tho car Down in the shopping district OBrien saw his first chance to putI his real theory into practice A woman on the crosswalk signaled for the car to stop Beside her was a little girl of perhaps six years In the womans nrms was an infant still in swaddling clothes with tiny flaxen curls peeping put from under a cap The woman started to help the little the step OBrien sprang forward seized the child and swung her easily to the platform Sow the baby maam he said And before tho woman could utter a word of protest he had snatched the infant from her arms held it closely with his left arm reached down his right assisted the woman up and pushed her and the girl gently forward following close behind after giving the starting bell It was all done so suddenly the wo man had no time to speak Then t she tried to say something but her voice failed and almost bursting with suppressed laughter she dropped into a scat Then for the first time OBrien noticed that the baby he carried was of unusually light weight He also noticed that every passenger in his car wore grins of varying dimensions With a muttered exclamation he almost threw into tho stomas lap one of those life sized dolls which children liko to take out shopping and which their mothers invariably have to garry homeOBrien low for the back plat form and partly relieved his feel ings by savagely kicking at a small boy who was stealing a ride They say now OBrien is the worst tent pored the line few York PressIHo Abided Prisoner shill the judge whe was about to pronounce sentence upon the culprit if instead of being a chronic offender you had chosen the career of a law abiding citizen 1 am a law abiding citizen your honor interrupted the lutrdeiied- crook Whenever I break a law I am ready to abide the come quenciM Thereupon his honor added six months to tho term of imprisonment ho hud intended to impost us a punishment for picking laws in tho courts English Chicago Trib une i HARD FIGHTERS Sticklebacks Will Attack One Another or Anything Else The stickleback is the most com bathe fish according to an angling expert Tho raison detre for n stickleback encounter says tho writer is generally I believe that which actuates men to fight over women When I have watched them myielf I have not been able to learn whether there huts been a ladtid dlcr present or not or if so which ono she was But whatever tho motive may have been I have seen desperation if forty females land been tli point of issue Not only will they fight one another but theywill even go out of their way to attack anything which may appear to them olren putintocombatants will almost surely suspend personal animosities for awhile make for the stick butting it wilt their horny roses and trying to sin it in two by swimming on their sides with their stickles r rubbing against the wood Having conquered the stick the two turn againI assumes green his scarlet and gold while his white under parts shimmer like silver It is then at its finest In an aquarium however the stickleback loses his com bativcness and becomes a faded creature though at first it fights the glass case if alone and another if it has companions till the mastery is obtained when victor and conquered swim to the srners and awayi shoots at its op and is away as quickly as a flash TJhen back it comes again Their spines get cowered with blood from each others body the being used like a saw whenever the one fighter gets theicomes the mating season The First Steamboat Whistle Early in May 1844 the steamer Rochester departed from Buffalo bound for Chicago The engineer was a mechanical genius named McGee and he hind constructed a steam whistle from plans which he had seen in a scientific paper On the way up tho lakes ho blew it at every stop much to the astonish ment and terror of the inhabitants Just before reaching ilackinac the Rochester after a lively race pass Captautcelebrated the victory by blowing noisilyWhenwharfs Captain Gager rushed up in duringMcGeeWhat are you squawking that thing nt me for ho roared And if it had not been for mutual friends steamboat whistling on the lakes might have been intro duced with a lively battle of fisticuffs Fair Play An attache of tho American em bassy at London tells a story of a butler in the employ ofa fine old English family whoso long service had inculcated in him a personal und proprietary interest in tho sons and daughters of the house Once on the occasion of a large dinner ObIsercdbut recently entered society was devoting an amount of attention to her agreeable neighbor on tho right obviously in excess of that to the less fascinating necordedI left This fact perturbed ler to a degree that could no longer l be borne in silence So under pre tense of passing tho culprit a dish tho butler managed to whisper re spectfully in her ear A little more conversation to the left miss Harpers Weekly Cheapest Place For Sulphur In a little out of the way street in Boston is a small drug store the pepperlittlo countrymenNot sired to purchase 10 cents worth of sulphur Tho druggist weighed out the proper amount and wits about to wrap it up when tho would be interruptedSure get for tin chits Faith is it a barrel yell be ex pecting tho druggist retorted- It is not but I know a placo where 1 can get more than thot for foivo cints the other assorted Vo do tho little old fellowex claimed dashing the chemical back into the box An I know a placo where vell get a lot more than thot for nothin at all IIDeadly Serpent Bltos Arc as common in India as are stom ach and liver disorders with us For tins latter however there is a sure remedy Electric bitters the great restorative medicine of which SP 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 chill and fever malaria biliousness lame back kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on guarantee by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists Price SOc m The Long Suffering Il0lltlil Illll- I nin gling to learn to play on a hornGee You must have a Wonderful belief in the pntunas of your neighbor0 OASTOnXA eDuct11ElgcllturD e FINISHED THE BOOK Whon the Reader Got Through Thor Was Nothing Left A queer character wai a man I met Once while in Kinsley Ken Where he came from I didnt find out nor yet where he was bound From his grips and general ance I guessed him to bo a nppenrj ual traveler Doubtless ho When I first saw him ho was buying It book in a Kinsley storeone- of the late novels neatly and attractively bound in cloth and ho paid for it 125 Ills course as ho left the store with his purchase was what nailed my attention He hind the book in his hands unwrapped having waived the parceling of tho same ns unnecessary He halted at the door bent both covers back and coolly ripped them oft and tossed them into the street Then ho cut the volume us one might a deck of cards about the middle bent the two halves back till they met and then ripped them apart as coolly as he hail torn off the cover I wrs naturally astonished Who was this min Was ho some ex- purgator Was the book a menace to morals I took a quick glance at the discarded covers It was one of the best of the recently issued fic tion My man tucked the first half of his book into the side pocket of his coat The other half ho thrust into the smaller of his two grips And then both of us headed for tho train asjn sent near lie a dow and settled himself comforta Lily and pulled the half book from his pocket He tore off the first page laid tho rest of tho volume beside him on tho scat and read the single leaf i From the way his eyes moved I saw he was a skimmer In no time he had finished page 1 I knew that for he turned the leaf Andwhen page 2 was read I know that too for he quietly crumpled up the leaf and tossed it out of the car window And then he tore off time next leaf And in due time it went the same route And so it went on All the way from Kins Icy to Hutchinson he left a trail of crumpled leaves When ho had finished the book tho book was finish ed too Kansas City Star His Flowers I heard in my youth said Sir Charles Murrayone of many curi ous stories of Sir John Shaw He was most eccentric in his appearance and dress and cared nothing for tidiness in the grounds imme diately surrounding his house Ono i day he invited two gentlemen from j Edinburgh to dine with him at Car nock As wits the custom of the time they appeared before dinner in knee breeches silk stockings and thin shoes The weather being fine Sir John invited thorn to take a turn i in the garden Civilly and thought j cssly they followed their host and soon found themselves skipping j among nettles and thistles to the great discomfort of their unfortu I nate calves Sir John who was clad as usual in corduroy breeches and j top boots said to them with polite genItlemenCornhill ngnzineIDaft but Canny j Speaking of prudence end carefulness said a congressman re culls the storyof the wcakmindod but prudent Scot of Peebles This Scot a silly look on his face was skating near tho famous iron bridge of Peebles on it winter day Some I young ladies wished to skate un j tier the bridge but they did not I know whether the ice was safe or not So approaching tho Scot the youngest nail prettiest of thorn said Sanders would you mind just gliding under the bridge and buck so as to test the ice The half witted Sanders took off his cup and with a bow and a I smile he replied j vXa mi If I am daft I ken l manners Leddies first Phila delphia Bulletin j The Malay CountryI One day a man apparently white came into tho best restaurant in Atlanta Time head waiter looked him over and thought ho had ne pro blood in him In fact ho was a- very light quadroon Here you I the head waiter mid You are colored IIOh no I aint man re plied not in the sense you I mean I But you are mighty dark I know I am but that is be i pause I am n Malay nonplusedlie MnlnynereWhy said the man easily Ma lays are from Malaria Uncle Sam Can Save 60000000 The United States imports annually about 00000000 worth of drugs tad dyes made from products that- oull1 UV grown in the United States lust as well Cmnphbr now sells for 25 cents a pound and while not an ounce of it is grown in this coun try tho government has ddmon itratcd that trees are sue anthersibilities The department of ag riculture has demonstrated that tho licorice plant is hardy as far north is Pennsylvania Belladonna has ilso been shown to do well in good pardon soilFarmingA Joseph Lang the public executioner of Vienna wears a heavy gold match chain and a massive watch pocketbyhain and the hook withstood the attack of a daring pickpocket who endeavored to relieve the hangman Df his treasure in a crowded strwt recently1Lewatch on which the grewsome recd of the owners official activity is ingravcd was Nat CATAR In sii shodd Llyrs Cream ekauesoMbessal is the dleeard mein Ii Cores catarrh and away a cold In the hi4qulcky e e Cream natmll Imr the membrane anti tit medlateandacare tOAeeP tt- aotprndncesneeLln tltrorbymsil d- aLY nItOTItCIt9i I KILLTHI I aNO jWITrA I I cij- fJ DL Fr pif I fOBaotPs a to Surest non mI LE4 ark= cr 4 S 1 w Y savedPERFECTION ist Uh j 1 1 i It 4 i s 10 y H Oil Heater Hi Eqalpped wIGs Smokeless DevicetILTurn the wick as high or low as you can theres no da Carry heater from room to room All parts easily cleaned G flit intense heat without smoke or smell because equippedwith amok beaufullygetheaternearest agency for descriptive circular T Lamphcannot equalled farI its and steady light simple con safetyEquippedbrass throughout plated An ornament to any room whether library diningroom parloror bed room Every lamp warranted Write to nearest agency if not at your dealers STANDARD OIL COMPANYlaeorporatetL I rQnv t l tot BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES In small din end towns because 1 There Is not a sufficient population to uQOODschcal 2 Such schools aroustnlly conducted by persons who are NOT qualifier or who make It a practice to travel about and defraud their patrons 3 There are few If any opportunism for their graduates to secure employment In suchlocalltles 4 The THOROUGH business colleges r arelocatedlnlhelargereitfesendareconducted 5 The graduates of business colleges In small cities orlonns can not secure emplry eomretltionhlch class schools as business men have no tI etperfinentwithlncompetentsThereore st6B page catalogue ever Issued by commercial school before deciding to throw away your me fey for a worthless training at some cheap school BRYANT A STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Xx ulivlll Ky i RHEUMAT CUREDThe 1 and the Muscles and Joints lubricated by using j 510SMYNSLiivinveivt JW1 100SoldSloaris Treatise On TheHorseSentfree JR Address Dr Earl SSloanBostonMass r C UlllRNTT BAKNtTf SMirK t ArToRNE lS A1 LA HklllPllelsl theeueUhloiiadadpdnllnrnrlnllwnn dM4liitt ntliiii iilven to nil Inmlnrmmtrui 1 IIIUInnluuI Ct t J UruiiLiiA lintldfupl FRANK L FELIX Attorney at LaIIAKTFOIIII ItT rtlll iinirtlr bU prnlwaitl lu Olilo An f ulMKWiiuiy nml In the foort of Ap 111111ir LAWYER HAKTFOIII KY ItlprnctIrhiprdnu In nil III Thin and mljnlnlhe ronnJr inl In hr- tpiwrlln Np Inmatlrntlnnalenivcr I 11nnol fOl rnllrrllnn flabw nnrInnil IVntrr treln Thuulnerorner III j JNO B WILSON TAWHARTFORD IwUlnttrntlMii irlrrn tn nillrriini ablIItflrrforth R R WEDDING Attorney at La HARTFOKH KY II naIFPIrreltnlrrlntmfarlPhslnnItr Pubnaury IIKAVIIIN KIIMMT lvonlr- trEAVRINWOODWAR OCi1eU 3 GftIvlIAarronn Rr IIIIl npdomrIIPSl I YANCY LMOSLPY t ITORNEY AT LA 1 j PHArHritctlrhl prnrWilon In nil tho Co dndJoIMloernuutiwsadInlhLi t 10 AIrSnlnrylnblle- vPr I Flint Nntlimnl Hunk r IIUtXKS S AANDEIIt 1 A ta rij7 d BAR ANOERSO i orneys and Counselors at HANTraanICY ic iinil r lii nl iinnonnnt Hint lhrr i il it pnrtnrr htfor tb pmcllfofl inirt Hfiiiiml riNlrml itltb nfflrm of Mln IInIOIlIeCOInt II att IIr AllrnrtlnitTIM nail Illlirnt I IIIK TItltto llvnl CKinti ullt I airs intention Niitnry In ntfliw W HllUlSi H AAXIIKIti GRADUATE NURS MISS SUSIE MAY r graduate of Owensboro City pital has located in I1Ak ZhOTaind will answer calls at nil ti i usidence East Union street hunt No 137 III end TRADEMARKS promptly obtain PATETHAT s i p eipenw and belp you to raocxM fonFortrOlookS03BOB Soventh StrstWASHINGTON C I r UGRIV R LENIONErOctiPdrjV i realbnATY11Ile Telephonei ii dependent owned andoper b home people Good seryicf r enable rates PricesfbrWr 1 which is being constant telled are as follows for 5 mir c ersation 16 mileslll cts- s15ctsjJn 46 miles 20ctsr 1 J W OBANNON Mgr Beaver pain r 11ro II P Quick Relief and CeforHead The best tonic Cueli f LIVER 6 Kachelestlo BaclucTeDtssinee11ledrlcUko Malarlt oleooaau toelhou r V f ii +ro4 t IGettin1 Pitj f we were all Appolos and h jnst th proportions for our 1 t measure the Clothes busine wuldbft f but nature mixed p a bit Run no risk buying foni stoic a1 PEARLS AlTI RIUMI ill find over 100 different p tens ti sictffrorn Each suit and oat is made strictly to the i ivUuni wfiire A PERFECT FIT RANTEED The Clothes m le by fISTRAUSS I RCS f hicago MASTE TAILORS econd to none in style and w kmatvl p Gius an order for your sttnas Suit and Overcoat 9 P D WED ELL 1 FIRST PlONAL BANK bi Hartionli ital Stock 25000 plusfit Profits12500i- ll loan money fawn 1 day yourkDIRECTORS I LIKENS ALMS HOWE RCII FELIX JIM POLK WAVNE GKUFIN 1 lESS J i n IkRS s Of He siness Repu tattaKof Ever- yMENTM0 o1 3y TJs i Geo c Soils Props tn 1 I wensboro M1 tal Worksn i de2I e2ISCIay S- tINTUCKYOWENSBORt I firet Our Priccrt ntic to Save You t d eMt Work iAtoncy on Al 1 t bl3hfif4id i + rFd Y44Fb9i + FH + +l1 prld THE k CKY t LigtFer Co I I GOSTii ELECTRIC Il E HEALTHY OLEANI+ OR BE 1VITHOj RFACII- Z Z iIM L HEAVE Manager t I iBLICAN r- TA tpf9uwaetJy + tM + y rGONE OUT OF BUSINESS I Mllllont Sunk In Unsuccessful Munich pal Lighting Plante I During the past tow years at least sixty cities and towns lu the United States have sold leased or abandoned their UshtliiK plants In a few caws I they stIll retain ttiu distributing sys tem buying the current from some company but In must Instances they i have gone out of till business entirely I A number of other places have rondo unsuccessful efforts to dispose of their plants As with few exceptions municipal lighting plants have been lu operation but n short time this Is a remarkable showing of fnlluro and one It need hardly be said that Is sedulously avoid ed by those who for ends of their own sro urging other cities to tanks similar experiments An It usually takes comp years for a city to realize how groat a burden It Is carrying In Its lighting plant It Is probable that the number of admit ted failures will Increase rapidly from now on for as an eminent electrical engineer recently sold There aro al ready Indications that considerable number of these municipalities which huvo engaged In Improper undertnk lugs are entering upon n period of financial difficulty Faults Enough a It Is Tho political machine that domInates New York city Is strong because large powers are delegated to It and tho ex penditure of 100000000 Is given ab solutely Into Its leering We have faults enough without municipal own ership In wont of the cities of this country mud the ordinary businessman falls to see tho wisdom of making the situation more complex and dubi Otis than It Is by adding tho problem of municipal ownership with nil that It Implies Ulnghamton Herald IFJ Municipal ownership remarks tho Winnipeg Free Tress should not IM discredited because of Its tendency ta Increase municipal debt provided the new enterprises are rondo to Lu fully volt sustaining Neither Is dynaaili Cancerous It carefully handled It Is lust about us safe to Intrust the was ngcmcnt otn municipalized service ta i the average municipal council as II would be to engage n sevonyearoJ boy to handle dynamite Montreal 11 rctto Who Would Fine tho City notes the tact that 1 I1louJpnuJOut It the waterworks had been owned by tho city THE FAMOUS GIN LAW How It Was Received and Evaded by Ithe English Public i ltt law parsed in J3J 16 iuterestinjj us the earliest scve blow at liquor dealing among civi ell nations It levied n tax of 20 8 Illinti n gallon on spirits and ia license ol t51 for any cue selling Ir dealing in thcin And being in of public opinion it failed as other more stringent pro hibltion laws have failed in our own day for tho cry was at once raised that it taxed the poor Ulan gin and let the rich mans wine go free Every wit every caricaturist had his tling at it Ballads were hawked around telling of the up preaching death of Mother Gin The were hung witfi black melcneasher wake and so on The night before tho jaw went into effect so the contemporary journals soy there was a universal revel nil over the country Every one drank his fill and carried home as much gin besides as ho could pay for To evade the law apothecaries- sold it in vials and small pack ngcs sometimes colored and disguised generally under false labels such us Colic Water Makeshift Ladies Delight There wero printed directions on some of these nackagcs c qr Take two or three spoonfuls throe or four times a day I youInformersexceedingly offensive inventing I snares to lawbreakers for the SPing I particularly dista toful to tho Eng lish mind Jn consequence they Buffered in their turn Tho mere cry Liquor spylwas enough to raise a mob in the London streets and the informer was if ho escaped with a sound thrashing and a ducking in the Thames or the horso pond Indeed suds an outcry was made about the matter that ministry became very un popular and tho law was not enforced after two or three years and was largely modified in 1743Lon don Telegraph An Important Distinction When right Battery A was sta tioned on Wareham street Boston onp of the oillcers was Lieutenant Broods About tho time bo was elected lieutenant Brooks who was paintthewhich he carried out in good When ho was before the examining Jodutybe f paintingAsproved to have been done in a most unconventional manner Do you consider lieutenant that ingtobrusquelyThe mount the pieces as LieutenantI Brooks of the as George Brooks painter allIto duty Boston Herald Department Store Opportunity The claim that the department store clerk has no opportunity rests upon the basest misrepresentation No great business machine no mat ter how largo and how complicated can refuse to recognize sooner or later that which is out of the ordi qualityTills storeclerksalesman or drummer it may not be so prompt as in sonic other lines of trade but time boy of capacity is sure of a recognition of his ability whether ho begins behind the counter in time department store or takes to tho road us a seller at wholesale Just as sure as water finds its level just so sure business ability with fair opportunity will not fall below time of its deserts Starting In Life by N C Fowl er Jr The African Blue Lily The African blue lily Agapatluw umbcllatis ordinarily blooms in summer but can be had in lower at almost any time It has many long narrow dark green leaves from which rises a stem two or three feet high bearing a large cluster of very handsome blue flowers The growItplqceduring ftomtailingtho summer and let it make its growth Unlike the nmaryllis it flowers with its leaves which adds to its beauty It is often forced in the early spring Time flowering season is controlled entirely by the resting period The earlier you youdryThe American Collector Historic Bibles In America is i very remarkable record of Amen an enterprise Among these Bibles aro volumes tint belonyjd to Dlmrlcs I George Ill Queen Anne Prince Henryson of James I tho Duko of Sussex ten and lliclmrd III Will the crown Jewels find their way over tlmereLon Ion Spectator OAXWORABean theitsKind You Han Always Bought Blgsitnre Iof NOT IMPRESSED t Clark Howell of the Atlanta Con stitution enjoys telling how in his early days in the newspaper field he was visited by a Georgia farm er havimr his seventeenyearold son in tow and who upon entering the ol1ice saidII came to sit some information Mr 1Ioellell shttii be glad to afford you any that I can politely responded Howell Nell farmer this boy o mine wants to go into the literary business an I thought you would know if there was any monoy in it Its n good business aint it Well yesl said Howell after some little hesitation Ive been in it myself for some years and whereupon the farmer eyed him from head to foot glanced around the poorly furnished office surveyed the editor onco more then turning to his son said Como long home plowinHarpers A Brilliant Judge yearshasassizes at Wcinfcldcn in the cap ton of Thurgovic to three and a half months imprisonment for theft that the little fel low was passing a toy shop and see ing some toys tlangling in the street helped himself to two or three articles of little value and took them home The child was carried into court and in answer to questions frankly said that he took the toys home to play with his little sister as they hud home To the great astonishment of the court the presiding judge sentenced the infant to three and a half months imprisonment The little follow was carried out of the courtcrying and handed over to a official The Swiss press is indignant at the unprecedented action of the jutsnd condemns the yordict IS illegal Tho Electric Cradle Tho electric cradle is the latest oarpUv in our lino said a salesman a t R rr connected with a big electrical sup house Its a wonder that itEly come before this for its the most simple thing imaginable With an attachment similar to that on an electric fan the rocking of tho cribcan easily be controlled As loon as the current is turned on it is rocked with a smooth soft motion and by pressing tho lever it can be made to go fast or slow nightstorcry he wont have to walk it HeJJ just turn over push the button and electricity will do the restPhil adelphia Uccord A Great Old Lady Few people are aware that tho Baroness BurdettCoutts was at one time seriously discussed as a second Wellington an tho subject representing the iukes statue outside Apsley House shaking hands with the duke him self while underneath the legend ran So glad to hear tho good news Dont forget to send me take and gloves The baroness is now in her ninetythird year and has lived in five reigns viz those of George III and IV William IV Queen Victoria andhis present maj ssty Lomlpn Tit Bits CAf13IIOR AIBears thethe Kind You Hail Always BwgM Signature Icf REAL ESTATE lotIdwellingfor sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you haveto do Is to list with us Note These Bargains Ninety acres of land on Rough river near Clear Run J bottom land Good new four room house with large hall and veranda New barn and nice young orchard Two neverfailing wells A 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber j miles from Green river Ij miles from Paradise 4 miles from Echols 5 miles from Rockport 8 miles from McHenry Has good five room dwelling barn 50x50 plenty of water small orchard price 900- Splendid two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated on lot 3 acre All out buildings and good water Price reasonable One Farm four miles west from Hartfordon the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain 40J acres near White Run adjacent to theJC R R half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared goodorchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application A twenty acre tract two miles North from Hartford on the Owens boro and Hartford road within 1 mile of School house excellent neighborhood good barn and out buildings moderate dwelling and a fine well of water A bargain at 500 200 acres of fine farming Dan Station on Owensboro branchI 1 Q R R 70 acres up land bal bottom will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre AboutGO acres in timber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance on easy paymentsINew two story dwellingmI Hartford Six rooms Lot 100 foet front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fredrica and Griffin streets Two thirds balance in 12months A cashI The 842acre tract of land recently purchased by J H Hickman of Owensboro from the trustee of H C Powers situated in the Concord neighborhood five miles east of HartfordList property with us We will find a buyer- BRRNgTrif SMITH Republican Oftic IlwrtfordKy 1 r alittleattacks of Indigestion you havo no doubtI beattheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach ta expand and puff up against the heart This crowds and Interferes with its action and in the course ol time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol fFor Dyspepsia digests what you eat takes the strain oft of tho heart and contributes nourishment ktrength and health to every organ of the SoutIof the Stomach IIIkInaInrmlmm11IaIMRS LORWO NICHOLS Perm Van T Y I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I DyspepsiaCureD KAUBLB Hernia 0 Dhtests What You Eat olin ledlptlaI tow tuaack botch I lor ol g i lo I Pr pans a U Mb erabrrefLOJlSWttefled Hold b7 Z WAYNE URIINI CumbelandTELEPHONE AN- DTelegraph Co Cnrornoroleil i nIt nothing the ruxtltt with my businwis I linvclh Cumber land Ttlrpiione Ih my leMiltncc and iZaeIncreaser heard ti rumple about the Telephone Yours for crod service and gentlemanly competition TIJ MORGAN Mgr ono Courttpc- lrcmtcanrtTFalrkbedJudge no D lllDKo Attorney Ounr illdkltf Jailer Ed O tUrritM clerk Prank L Felix Master Con tpheetoner Y L Moseley Trustee Jury Fund nit UnrtTn bherlff Hartford Deputy Sheriff 8 Oralllollordday lo Match end August and fontlnue thiv WMkennd third WondnT In May nod Noinnher two nrvke wtlTInIryClerkESLNooderd tOld WCourtconreiiM atilt Monday la each tnnntti MopdqIoCourt otCUIunCouvuM Brit Monday In Jaa OctoberOtherDweeeacbool8apertnteudent CorooerJIno Tvwtleeia Court teSptmLre SSNWs DMIII aal1cb1 Juii28 MII tom ril icvciii T PeeptHS fliiniburiuln lleda M icn2i JIIUK Reptnni rr d DfcvmlKc vary Josefliliil IL 1111e Hi liriiib 31 Jim Su 1111I coon AtI QcrrrleMrtiiiidny each month at II am end 7 pm and erroi WodlilldavPIIIIt nighbeforeand fourth Huniiiiy und Hnnday night Prayer niwilng every Thursday vTonlng JUT A U- Grduerpsdor C J ChnrchServliwi itrni Hunrtit ID esb- month HI fl a anti7ul Sc J Iilielied iiMXiir NcbooiTraelresnerthIeHCuar J S Glenn Ihidliy Ford C M Unrnett Dr B B 1endietonCkyCouurlld II Wllllnni Mnynr C M Crowe crt n K L rilnimerinitn lit K R- 1od itoiiAU White Win Fair Win hate DrJWT ylnr Qacr t eocl tlaA O U W mr tint b1 thlro Frirtnj uhrblin each iniintl- iUarttord IudgrXuafa FA A MMXHIK nm Monday nlKlit each inimth II rrUnareuh Vu UK Kn RhU of the Muna brrrvrry Thursday night llnnuh ulcer haloinIis KniuMiil ryr e mlnrrvTndey night Cmion Marian Ifat oeII AIt hud hI POoI d g OUCtURLOtAND DCrCNOEO ri ndroodet report free wlriM luw to obUln patrnttitrade uukacopjrrlabu etn IN ALL COUNTRIES Bade ss dlrret uUlt HatUayian tara tinu onjaIt rhpaint EiclutlvityVritSU Slaw EtmV opp Vnltel states Patent OOee WABHINBTpN D C rr 9 r I t 13I 1 I GUDULE VALE Tbeje were many ladles parties on Albert Bllthift yacht The three Misses Flytwtty were always there Mrs Cap talnyiuceut and Mrs Blush and also good gracious to think of itSIgnora Tambourlnl of the opera who sang deliciously In the moonlight evenings No company for you my dear for the Rev Dr Dtonyslus Vales niece her unr lied cried In horror when Guilulc Vales Invitation arrived and a regret had been spnt at once What a dear little girl she would be but for that absurd primness said Albert to himself as ho leaned wills thug over the bridge And truth to tell the yachting party lied lost all Its charm to tha first speak er and tho evening service halt Its sweetness to tile lost However the yachting party came off on the following Thursday And they say that Albert Blithe is engaged to that pretty little friend of Mrs Captain Vincent Violet CarmenI said her aunt to Gudule Yale A very suitable match Indeed from all Ive heard of her replied pretty young Gudule and then she went up Into her own room and locked the door and sat down by the windowt overlooking the garden As for me she thought I do not suppose a more lonely girl lives My Aunt Jane Is only nu nut by mar riage and she will merry again I am sure T 1hllll It Is my duty to go Oto- twith the lerslan mission I will gin lu my name tomorrow And so It came to pass that a few days after It was pretty well known throughout the village that the late curates niece Miss Guduo Vale wfis going out to Persia with the new members of tho mission who were to Join It In December And Miss Barnaby who had wavered for awhile as to the mission reproached her with having taken her place But 1 shall come out next year said Miss Barn lIr And now the time was very near and again the great bell of St Ursulas was ringing and the fashionable bon- netS climbing the hill to evening pray ers of a Wednesday afternoon pud al though the branches were lflrc anti the last yellow leaf was whirling along the road Albert Blithe sat perched upon the bridge rail as on that day months before and watched the road that led from tho gates oi the parson age garden Along It she came trim in her woolen dress of French gray for the troy ego Gudule He had not called her that since they played In the garden I together but the missionary was too humble In heart to resent It She paus ed and answered Yes It Is I Good evening Stop a moment said Albert hus kily Dont pass me like that I want to speak to you Are you really going to Persia with the missionaries you Yes really I she answered I tope I am not unworthy Confound It Gudule Dont talk like hat said Albert We are old friends I must Kpcnk You are too delicate too young too What I mean Is you are- goingto your death We go to our death always I want to do Home goad before I die said Gmule And must you go away from all who love you Must you gs to Persia to do goal asked Albert It seems so to me said Guduli faintly And very few love me much Somehow the tom arose In her eyes Her heart softened but she said some thing In a low tone about Miss Carmen making him happy etc Albert Interrupted her Gudule I am glad that you dtslro sue to be happy and Miss Violet Car moil Is pretty but lcannot understand why you should associate our names own In your prayers Your future wife murmured Gu dule Miss Violet Is not that There tins never linen any thought of Itl cried Albert Blithe You think me a black sheep n wicked fellow with no good In mime but you are the only woman I over loved or ever shall Dont leavo me aril go to Persia At those words poor little Gudule began tn tramblis all over and hid leer face from plan Im a heathen granted Albert continued You have It In your pow er to convert me to anything good you like Am I tint as well worthy as some dusky H I nncd oriental Really Gu dune I shall go to time dogs without you With you I shall bo too happy to- do anything hilt the very best I know liow Be my wife and my salvation from evil darling Poor little liudule I am afraid her heart was very weak Thus put to her this one heathen appeared to be worth nil the others yet unknown tad Miss Banmhy Is so anxious to go she wild half to herself She knew what would befall her how her nclmlriTs would despise her luw her set would be shocked at her choice But she felt also that It was not In jest that he lied said to her Be my salvation from evil and that a rood wife may well bo that and ho linear also that his merry ways otIbachelorhood mlist be put by and grayloveJn her love was the peace he sought rud KO with tour words more from kim ouch one train her the mission lost Gudule Vole and gained Miss Barnaby Micrography A card of the usual size is exluLltctlat tho Bucharest exhibi tion On it are written the Bulgarian constitution in Lull the opening speeches pf various Europernpar atnenrs ann twropxurry ituaynra TheIenhgraphist three months to accMivplish the font London Express i TAGS FOR ARMY MEN jIn future wars of tIle United States theM will 1c no unidentified dead after battles jbccaBse hcrcaft er nil olliccrs and enlisted men in the American army Trill be togged Acting Secretary of War Oliver has ordered that alanuntmn disks inscribed with the officers or soldiers name regiment and company be is sued to every regular soldier by the quartermasters department These will be worn suspended around the neckunder the The idea of tagging was recently suggested to the general staff by Surgeon Genera OHcilly who lias just returned from Switzerland w5cre he repre sented the United States at the pled Cross conference Such a badge identification is generally used in foreign armies Thousands of unidentified dead of tIle civil war now lie in Arlington cemetery Virginia and in other rational come tcrics Philadelphia Record t Chinas Fi ht oa Opium China has again decreed the aba lition of the culture of opium pop pies and the use of opium or itsIproducts in any of its forms medicinal This action which comes I in the shape of an imperialedict was the direct result of the report of the Chinese commission appointed to visit this country and Europe and the edict is signed by the heads of both civil lad military affairs This is not the first attempt of Chi na to free herself from the effects I of the opium trade The first effort was made in 1839 That result led io n war with Great Britain which profited by the export of opium to China and as a result of the war the edict waa recalled and China had to pay an indemnity of about 11000000ITho McKinky Tomb A contract has been let to a graniteforI bodies of President and Mrs ilc Kinley will lie at Canton 0 The material will be the green granite quarried only on Ascutney moun tain on the cast aide of the state quarryiuniversityTheof stone the largest of which will weigh nine tons to form two re ceptacles eight fed tong four feet wide and three feet deep The whole will be sumrccntecl by two en1enroringtoleon sarcophagus in Paris No Wonder He Found It The papers relate it as R remarl ublc fact that Franfc Boofcwalter of Springfield 0 returned to his childhoods home after an absence of sixtyfive years and found a dime that he had lost in a crack in time trout steps when liewas five years old There is nollung remarkable in this story Mr 3oofcwaltcr i dc i scribed as a millionaire After six tyllvo years experience in picking up money it would have been a won j tier if he had not found his boy hoods dime especially as he knew where it was If time lost dime had wouIaIa lers money breeds Life t1I t1Iwho will take the place of Count Beckat tho head of the grnieraH staff of Austria is the sowtul wr minister j on whom this honor has been con j erred The firsts s General von John who is rcnieutbcrwl in Austrian military circles Iwcause of the j meetingII cannot be successful with one pair of trousers The question UnIder discussion was whether listed men should be supplied one or two pairs and he wonwithI tho greater number by his speech j William as a Bfatchmafcir A curious instance af the active part the kaiser tales in arranging j the marriages of sdatires and friends is rccerdcd A personal aid decamp of lie majesty was vcrI scd Ly Ihelarly of his choice saving him a refusaP The samo afternoon tIle fafser dare to the house of the ywnvg Lady the daughter of a wealthy Berlin bank cr und Icadctl the cause of his eloquencetlmtmonth later to sereera Jimmys got a great ccilcmc tt gcf lliysIIlie ROM out art RnsherrrmrsfAite an 11 lir think Leh uT nn SeD14 inin homer IirfladefcAfia innjiUMC HINTS FOR FARMERS Tile Cotswold Sheep i Tho Cotswolds are large hardy and prolific sheep and the ewes are good mothers They tough a valuable combing wool null the average orIfleeces Is from seven to eight Selected locks product considerably note wool The wottierv fattened at fourteen months old In England weigh from fifteen to twentyfour pounds per nuar brand at two years old from twenty to thirty pounds per quarter They very frequently are mantle to weigh con siderably more In thlx country Their mutton Is superior to that of the Ieleesters the fat being less abun dent and better mixed with lean meat They ara much used In crossing other breeds and varieties j They Impart moth hardiness with i stronger cons tl tutJons mid better qual ities as breeders to the Ielcesters amid thicken them lit tho hind quarters They give size longer wool and moro tnmIllIcll with the breeders of time United States General Inrpoup Hone The general purpose farm horse In one that can be well utilized In ordinary farm work of all kinds nod tam also do the limited amount of road work needed In connection with the working of tho medium sized or xiim1 farm says n correspondent of Farm Progress A horse called a chunk li market standing fifteen to 8lxtei hands high weighing from 1100 to 1400 iioiunls oupactly built wits goad feet aul legs n tractable lively dlsposltbn a R3l clean rapid way of gulag at wall or trot Is In briii tho kind of tan a that I would iMll n general purpose horse This klid c1 horse has a plac on farms and we may say Is time most valuable enacts sifar as fare vosi U ijiiieruwl 1111111tnheavy roastar typS In bulb his con formation maid disposition t Unllil u Toot llonxe flyers firmer nieJH a goo I tool house It should be so ionrenlcnt of access them there Aced ba no excuse for hear lug faun Implements exposed to time weather whom nut In use Properly crivl fV r rr Ial p r tt t1 last only a few years ought to bo serviceable us long as the farmer lives to tieil them Besides a tool that has not been rusted warped mitt cracked by exposure will work us well the second and third year of uo as time first On Runny forums the tools are so much In j Jurcd by being left out of doors that after the first season they cost more for repairs than they save In labor Need of Sheep Salt Is cheap Give them au abun dant supply by keeping It in boxes la some convenient place where they can have free access U It By adding small portion of lluety powdered sul Imitate of Iron with this salt theflock will be bciioiltcd as resards health aril wnrdln off dlsease Let time sheep have an abundant supply of pure wa ter at nil tlmcj for nothing Is more beneficial when they ore housed unl being fed on do feed By n lack of It the whole flock Is often Infected uy disease nail a heavy loss the result Swine VoteK Feel Influences the size of the litter Vnrloty III feed mid especially plenty of forage or green BttiT will Increase Its maze An overratlon of dry fool will make It ymnllcr find weak A pllj of crabs burned and then sprin k1eJ with salt makes a nlco appetizer for lings Pigs may try to become a little too familiar but that U 1 good falling It Is better to Kara them too tamo than so wild they cannot be handled Care of Sheep In Winter No feed Is better for sheep thou sheaf oats mud turnips says u Missouri farmer In thu St 1juln Republic They seen to till all the requirements of thu animal so far ns Ibujjlmvss grain and vegetables mire concerned Bat whether fed on grain or vegetables tine doors and troughs should be kept clean and all hay straw or fodder should be fed In manners or nicks lit feeding jt on time grouud Is extravagant wasteful and filthy llaekenxeluiililt Nov n Golfer Having tried almost nit other kinds 3f sport having oven threatened to become it professional pugilist and tight for the heavyweight championship ind demonstrating n certain amount of physical cleverness In everything In which ho has taken part Georges Hackcnsdimldt the champion wres tier has been Induced to try his hand it golf and barring a natural amount of crudeness has really accomplished quite a little progress In the game Because of his great physical xtrcngth it wns anticipated he would miiko a terrific driver except that ho cannot boo Induced to take ids grin on the club after tile style which Is conslderedicr thodox Instead of placing his right hand above the left ho Insists upon re rnrslng time grip and really Is swing ing against his own effort when he tries to nip tho ball front the tee Quaotuatl Ilnppenlniz of Lout Season- Olio of the freak games of the Amen can ensue was when the Chlcagos dev tented the Yankees at New York on one hit while time latter made omit The biggest score In the big leagues was the 1vtJ game In which time Chicago Cubs bent the New York Giants Isbell of the Chicago White Sox vlayf ed every position on the team Includ Ing tho of one tad pitching of onejMutter Win Great Enffllih Classic j Danny Maher the crack American under recently won the sixtyseventh it renewal of tlur Cantbrldgeshlre onetime of great classics of the English turf ruclon Lyric and Johnny Rclff were the only haler American Jockeys to win this rafe Toil Sloane made a vlg orous effort to win It on Codowan bit tho let ha could do was to finish see end i Nelson Backing told Farmer tr Rattling NpUon lies taken Kid Farm ar of Chicago under his wing and wants to match him rfnlnst any 12 sound boxer Tae SPORTING WORLD Keene Will Invndo En land There will be nnqthcr Keene Invasion of the English turf unless Jounce R ICeeno changes its mind Peter Pan Court Dress and four others to be so leted will be shipped to England to acc next season Time ambition of Mr Kecnes life In turf affairs Is to win nn English Derby Peter Pan Is entered In the Derby and Court Dress lu the Oaks Both have several other Important engagements Rearing the white nail blue spots JAMES 1U KKKNK Disguise won tho Jockey Club stakes or liJ vLj ci i ml its cap tuned the Oaks If their owner can add the greatest classic of nil tp Ida wreath of laurels he will rest satisfied Time horses will be In charge of an English trainer With August Belraonts contingent of eighteen yearlings at New Market America will be well represented on the English turf next season Mr Vnnderbllts tremendous success In Trance last season humus given a decided boom to racing abroad and many wealthy men are now desirous of owning stables over there money In Tills Football Team Heirs whose aggregate Inheritance will be JSTOOOOOO lined up for the practice at Chicago recently on a single football team Every player on the eleven which represented the fashion able Alcott school at Lake Forest Is the son of a millionaire The average oge of the players Is eleven years and their average wqlght Is seventyseven pounds It Is the only team ever or ganized composed exclusively of mil lionaires sons Here In the unique lineup giving the name of time young players pod their fathers and how much each fattier Is reputed to K worth Louis F Swift son of L F Swift worth OOOOM- Conlon McCormlck son of Cyrus Me Cormlck SlJOOOorjO John V Fatwell ad son of John V Fnrwell Jr worth 7000000 Graham AMI son of Arthur Aldls worth 3000000 Carl Stevens son of Frederick Ste Yeas worth 3CTiOCOO Carter Fltzhugu Jr son of Carter Fltiiluigl worth iOOOOOO Matthew lIck son otA B Dick worth 10000UO Marvin Frost son of Charles S Frost worth 1000000 Lnthorpe Moss nouof Jesse L Moss worth 1OCOOCO Slide Ilubbard son of Henry nub bard worth 51000000 Harold mid Edward Samuels sons of E M Samuel worth 1000000 PumitlcliiH For Lamb Pumpkins are good teed for lambs lu early winter especially when they are troubled with paper skin caused by worms lu the Intestines They will eat them If they are sliced orcut and pprlnkled with salt but It Is better to provide fiat bottomed troughs with compartments each being large enough to receive the half of a pumpkin cut In such fashion as to havo the pieces lie flat with the Inside uppermost Feeding Plgs Whatever variety or typo of hog Is selected with which tq operate tho early and rapid feeding method Is by tar the most economical and profitable During the first mouths of nplgs life growth and Increased weight can be made cheaper or with lee feed than at any time later on In life1 Feeding the Pin Pigs will begin to eat with the sows Mheu two or three weeks old If get ting plenty of exercise It will not hurt them to crack a little corn But the Ideal feed Is skim mlfk and shorts In the form of a thlu slop It will make them grow and not get overfat Advantage of Dairying While dairying has Its disadvantages It baa this great advantage that It en ables tho farmer to utilize to an unusual extent the cheaper labor on the farm and to miiko the most possible out of A small tract of land as 4rr iJLt s i OPLE OF THE DA tiKijJIt vrwlcil Stuyvomnit KJli us 1 lut the Illinois Ceiitnil ml 111 I ell almost every position i work since he started In iia limit In ISiW hurling his tar Icu locomotive IMIKIIIICT st train dispatcher nod yardnlntIn J87I Mr Ilantliau ann set tpiiilcnt In Ilmree f tu Moil of the holdSV lIIe amid XI hItIIr I1 In 1S4 ho bllIl1l g IOJ JAMIS T IIAIIMUN tiger of time whole Louisville aid Nanli vllle system later norvlns time UtUI more mud Ohio nillniail an the genera 1I 1111 1111 gel of the IMttubun division I 1SSS lie went to the Janke Share ant Michigan Southern as assistant general manager was nftcrwrtnl genera man 1 Orle9nIe peake amid Ohio railroad nod Ill 1 SKJ- bwine sivoml vlie iinslilent nml K MI ernl managir of the Illinois CcrJri Clrouctitnnrra Alter tile Timothy Vooilruff ehalrnian of the Sew York Uopiitillcnn state coo limit it was once oiijovlnjt a walk In tli vi n Ity of Albany when he came upon too men rolling nbout In the roil In a desperate thht awunlliiK to IIppla cods The man on top wan pummel IIIR the other unmercifully Mr Wood ruff Intervened with the result that 111 armistice was declared belwwn th twoI dont see how you can look ni lit the face Indignantly exclaimed WoodniCt to the man who had been on top an Individual who was by the way a much larger man than his opponent Deft you know that Its ai Infernal nhame to keep striking a man when hen down A broad Krlui cause to the coimte nanco cf the relmktil one Sure me friend lie said 1t1 rKOTw nifilKo trouble I had to sit him down ye wouldnt be talkln like that tIlte Cerlonrse I William Jennings Ilryan dcirrllilng j his world tour In New York praised CeylonlrseThe e sold Mr Bryan are the politest the iiruanpst the most tactful people you can Imagine They immure n proverb that gives some Idea of their delicacy ThM proverb says t It Is safer to pull the tall of a tiger than to call a ladys attention to her first gray hair nctlrnncptTimmnas a ma jority of the stork of time Kniiltable Life Assurance society will hi tin future devote his entire nttenthin to the fiduciary and nnanplal liwtltitlons with which lie III Identinod Tills lit mode known In a statement announc ing his resignation an a director from THOMAS V tiTAN all the railroad anti Industrial corpo rations lu which ho has been a dorot nant factor This step toes not mean that he wit withdraw ills financial Interest In tllA companies That he tins Indeed no InBleated ready been laid to name one or another of his sons to fill many of the acallcle caused by Mr Ryans retirement i nyauhllst AnyantIJQIIrdlrcctorlnr representing a capitalization of niofo than a billion dollars Ho 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any af the ctBit In KatlicrliiK up the dust the B Is placed In Mm ordinary posltlia HWln lns the handle over to the Iff Md the pan rained tho dust Crr l latjlie reptacle tanned by th + MrN- IIN n tins way It la not nf f IIf wind sundry Lae If t t vlng list be pasted upon t time dM le liunlry closet and the chr 1 t with judgment and pa tlenlr wUfi cnn bo warranted III a r ut experiments ForltorHk similes use oXlllIl ndlhe To unit Welds use ammonia I s1or g Bstalns colored inns or iBol l dyesn f For Pau B turjientlne For bloc BK or ten coffee cocoa I felt or m Bv stales use ja wn terIor jrt r u ax use benzlue For fAsr use kerosene Ponltmtli t A lid ot n temperature of 108 dc degrees la nn ex l cecsllal1 Jllotmeans of balancing tiro tlrrul tile dlMlon gf tho blood rc legs relieving con gestlos of gnat other organs In time UPIhnlJ of the hotly The dnrntlon hot footbath may bo front drr tea to imlt ntt hour rho teat boulHB completely Immersed I1fterthe ootbatlm thin feet should receive aof cold water to pro ducotl1le circulatory action i lta Nickel Plating I Rust IDS removed from nickel l plathugbjring the spots with mutton tnlI It ntQmu or soy oral r hls Jreotmcnt Is follow ed br a roH with powdered rotten- stone ands by a timorouglm washing I with dry uionla succeeded by- clearlltt a Oval polishing with tdry trWtlobboru cases will ylelJ i rproot Oise IA good erproof glue may bo made from e parts f Sum shellac r and one Pa Intlln nibber these be Ing dlt1olt parately In other under + + tinIlona sealed iot Dnlir Vlea aDd Bannn aCore do lee 811 the coo sugar end boat a two luch piecetof bansot ch core sprinkle wlut lugar Pod of butter Rake untilI tender tbr Fs leg Wootu Twomer bepatafosarrrateal a Into aq0 cellent M w- sabrla ttar wett 1 at u 6- rt