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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iz J 5 f f r ej y a t 5a 4 M r- Jn n r r I I ftS j tl co I It ie e JobJ W9 j aSpeels I Y 0 x or IF rIs Nhti yOU WIJt FiND IT U TIlE REPU I ANt Sut6scrip i y hrJ I Fx HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY X FRIDAY JANUARY 4 1901 f 5 n r It i y jrAOUCAH UNE 1 t SVil1e Nashville From 11ALoulsville West J p I f j r Igderson Route to Mitchells J TtienceonM HEBrancbc iot IAndVia PrincetonI 1ftF ii i 1thas developed that there has 1 J6a l a slight change in the route of the railroad which is now being built linettax t from Louisville to Paducah and is being backed by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad says the t x Courier Journal Thelneas stated- r bejfore will be from Louisville over the Henderson route to Mitchells thence over the Madisonville Hart foVd Eastern now being built fthrough Ohio Muhlenberg and Hop co ikirw counties to Madisonville 1 NashGti villej liperates a line from Madison t yule to Providence a Distance of ten miles The cnange has been colds in the route west from Providence In teal of building the road 1 frgmprovidetice to Mation as firsts intimated it will be built to Prince tpn where two lines of the Illinois I t Central cross From Princeton the 1mewIU be bUilt to Paducah a dls ft tance of fifty miles and from there- tor T Metropolis Illinois where a 4j northern connection will be made hThe line from Madisonville to saida well posted bqsi I 1 ne s nan will penetrate the rich l est coal fields of the state which so- i rifar had but poor outlet What the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Cois after is a direct line from the S V 61 jjfilds of Wjstern Kentucky to Louisville which ithas not now The Illinois Central has practically had a monopoly on the coal business from upbtanlichi to do with the recent scarcity+ of coal and of cars Two lines pen 1 etrating the coal fields will give ar better outlet and give all operators si chance to put their coal in the loisville market- Although the Louisville and Nashville officials are unwilling to say that they are behind the con jgttuction of the road from Madison 5 viile via Hartford to Michells yet it is known to be a fact that they are In fact one of the leading officials of the V Louisville and Nashville railroad I was very anxious to find out where the CourierJournal got its infor Fination that the company was pre 1Jpitring to invade the Paducah terri Jortwitha line from Louisville A L 3ettw thing could never happen for K Xouiafeille than the construction of 1ihe lil invading the Western Ken Louisvillepiaf or the coal operators that ea on the percentage Madilfurnighed coal operators gress Illinois Central railroad from kyis smaller than the poundand Nashville is evident the sal of the coal on the within ftrai is hauled to Chicago which it Louisville and Nashville saysJcoal to Cincinnati Of itfse there is no blame against the noi9 Central for wanting long larid wanting to play into the ttf Chicago but Louisville I J I are interested in the growth Louisville andI d velopmentiof J entuCky i NoticeS of E dL r houtthe county You are t to select1 V a committee ivto take lcttus of the t1+ fexsalein ydr Ir8p ctiye dis 1 dseId delegate to report 1iat a meeting of the grain i- I II I i ateociiition to be held irt I Januaryid d Slrrici1 0erationl 1in White randaon pt 6 K Coxr Who hulong s lderfrom tuhreuh Mp I s tlrepliile prroonditloaowl ji M tL days ago Was placed in the hands of Dr H Jj Reich of Charleston Mo the little t l1owsnomet undergo an unusual and delicate operation viz thereovalof the head and socket of the upperbbne of the leg With the assistance of Drs Chap man Rowe arid Chas E Reid the work was jsuccefully performed and there is reason fox the hope that the little fellow who has been a great though patient sufferer will soon begin tp feel the good effects of it It is Understood of course that he will be a cripple one leg always will be shorter than the other Doings of d City Council At the regular meeting of the City Council Wednesday night the report of the Board of Tax Supervisors was filed and accepted City Treas Jno T Moretendered his report which was received and filed It showed ballance on hand 29225 The Treasurer tendered his resigna tion which was accepted Where upon C M Barnett was unanimously elected Co fill the vacancy The Street Committee and City Marshal were directed to put in temporary street crossings at a number of points The Police Judges salary was discontinued beginning with January 1 A number of small claims were allowed ADAM NAVE Former Chio Countian Prob ably Killed in a Fight i f His Opponent Frank Burns Bad ly Cut Though Not Fatally Tuesdays Ovvensbofo Messenger contains the following account of the probable killing of a former citizen of Taylor Mines this county Adam Nave is in critical condi tion at his home at Seven Hills and Frank Burns is sufferingfrom severe injuries as the result of a fight Sat urday night in the boiler room of the Royal Buggy Body Company where the former is employed as engineer and the latter as night watchman The trouble appears to have grown out of a dispute as to which of the men should clean the boilers The weapons used were cin der rakes Nave got the worst of the fight and was left oft the floor for dead Burns was able to walk to his home Nave remained on the floor in an un consious condition from early Sat urday night until after daylight Sun day morning when his son went to the factory to look for him He Vas taken to his home but remained unconscious during the greater part of Sunday From the direct effect of the blows and from loss of blood he was nearly dead when found He has several cuts about hili eye and on the back of his head Dr J W Barnhill his physician stated that recovery is doubtfulI Burns injuries are not of such a nature as to cause death though he is very severely injured Both men claim that the other was the ag gres20ro Why Our Papers Reached You Late haveitheir papers on time the last two weeks On December 21 all papers that reach our subscribers by being carried to Beaver Dam and then over the railroad were delayed one day by failure of the Hartford and Beaver Dam Bus to take them at the hour they should having letthem at the Hartford pBtoffice uir til 130 oclock p mt when they should have left tllepflice at lOa- m On Souttrbound tr waa rs left McHenry Rpckport Echbl and IQtier outhern points mth W1ty jitlJthmaih remingt weknoa of J Wisata our wthat it hw been no fault of outs i that tM jMpns har Wn Mite 1 I r VWlArIITHOfCOHSTITUnOH To Sell Tobacco WithoutComM miftees Consent night stiDayless County Equity Warehouse I Guilty But National Board- Excuses i Act the Owensboro Ky D c30Th 6n National Board of Directors of the American Society of Equity department the of tobccogrowers reached a us decision at 230 oclock yesterday afternoon in the investigation of charges preferred by thecounty hoard against the Daviess County E Equity Warehouse for selling 1906 a trash before 1904 and 1905 tobacco was sold The finding of the board is that the company acted in violation with of the constituton and bylaws by selling tobacco without confer ring with the authorized selling committee but that the violation WIering The finding is in full as fol lowsWe the Board of Directors of the A SofE department of tobacco growers find that certain members of the Society of Equity in Daviessfor county Ky have violated of the American Society of Equity CObeof tobacco without the consent or approval of the duly authorizedes lowtentrcounty Executive Committee are Hthat m construction rather than intent and ami while existing contracts are not in areaccord with the provisions of our constitution we believe that inasmuch pacity as they have been entered in court to in good faith they should be car i ried out but that no future sales of this crop or of any crop be made without the approval ef the direct Executive Board and that before the making of contracts for another season such changes must be made as will bring then strictly within the requirements of the constitution and bylaws- In view of these findings this board demands that the members cease to violate the laws of the so andpledgecommittee so the crops may be pooled handled and sold in strict conformity to the rules and laws lar wilLWatson Wilson D Crabb Thos T will Barrett C Hayes Taylor New Gents Furnishing House Mr F D Baughn will opena firstEclass Gents Furnishing House carbol theTHEJanuary 1 1907 He is now town purI ttle Watodate0fordW He will also carry a nice line fwe undertakers goods His motto will be Fair dealirig live and let u live 23tf izl SMALLHOUS iii Jan 1Owen Hunter went to wf Matanzas Saturday He was acc rrt v panted to Smallhous Saturday by ItputMiss Debbie Taylor who is the guest I of her aunt Mrs Sallie Drake nclI I cousin Mrs Oppie Kittinp er ft I Mrs Will Addington and daur tey are the guests of Mrs Cord iAd u dingtpn Theywillremainforstime i I time as Mr Addingtonhas sold hits JropertyatLivelni rtrlintisbu iriKa place to locate J1tJIHolidaysRD HunteriUticaisspendinrihe If I 4SethYMrif11vr jl f f ww 55 tur4u With SumUy iA j ldc fraomi tAtiMir Hsv G14wwnc ey were accompanied by Hershe ngand Miss Sopha Balls Mi Maddox Beaver Dam is the gueatofhsparents Mr and Mrs ItQwith P L Wood at Ceralvo busyti few Protracted and Quarter Meeting Thje protracted meeting begins at j1 th dist church in Hartford the second Sunday night in January Rev GWLyons will assist iron pastor and also Bro Baker Leted get ready for it Instead of the 3rd Sunday in January as last year owing to the enlargement of the districts Rev R three Hays Presiding Elder has fixed Great week day Wednesday the 16th of January at 2 oclock p m for the mark Quarterly Conference He will be was us two days ed JAMES A LEWIS Pastor the SOMETHING DOING with jbe the Slogan of Fiscal court1 And Board of Supervisors Next Week Two important bodies will be in 000 at the court house in Hart d probably all of next week and stood 190The thandis of Supervisors which conven Monday is composed of the fol ing gentlemen from widely dif sections of the county vizSn m 1HOOVQw oJF Render Beaver Dam raise ftetnHunter Smallhous These which all good iqen and will render the overcounty excellent service in the ca of supervisors The Fiscal which meets Tuesday will ofn e j member to initiate in tl lf Harve Williams who world ivejat the November elec causl ital t LUle his body convenes Tues lpbelieved that its session of the most importantoc the present t are all thorough businessWo will meet the uretoIhtytheI 5 Layesldmg will convene in its ondcedeteIsessionhusbaovf ermVai any event be oldfairTample h do tell m GoInrays timE toget upYRandal drank 11 mg was m littlesslept lover jeepand tIT nd Mrs lt every inlat you did en lf Well when Mrtamilygrief ntricJth night and be their loss Kid and say he couldnt s who Idol pole sleep I simply went her sorrow Gans pretended to look atjig could not s idoh thats all t1theJ1 dont need to go to sleep ag t Its ti5 LiJoryou to get up That alw him to sleep ina minute ASTORIIs- t Ior Infants and Children The Kind You Nary Always Bou zis8tnatttroof- Peekaboo tl BloUs View Will we never have done with the ieekaboo blouse l1Has jtiiofesuffciently served the gnesamAs set has aAgain j L Her j T r A UNCtf SIMS PRPSPE if deaid wreck of Balances Alright in nat UlLinesv wreck Exceeds all Other Counties In everi Material Weald and Overtops DiEngland For thee calendar year 1906 pig and steel production each pass tlu 25000000 ton mark which gone breaks alt the records for this country was In each of these products the in output was greater than that of our nearest competitors combined Britain Germany and France We touched the 100000000 loss in in gold production which ot far the highest point ever reach sad by us and stand second among worlds goldproducing communities the Rand district in the Transvaal South Africa being first 120000000 for 1906 And Our 425000 tons of copper worth 150000000 which breaks all the records in which is more than the product for all the rest of the world combinedQur output worth over 500th1 far exceeds Englands takenstands second on the list which offirst until we passed her in to entire mineral production of ing halfcountry for 19061800000000 twice as great as that of 1898 move rlSItimesfour and a half times as much as are 1884eA total value on the farm of the andof the products of the soil in J1906 was 6800000000 in is an increase of 500000000 1905 the year which held theerecord until that time This is along e a way ahead of the farm outputWit any other two countries in theOI for the yearItinueAt the end of 1906 the mills and factories of the country have a cap of 13000000000 employ a lit hUhavefor the year and have to the amount of 15000 OOOal No other two countries in the combined equaled these figs On December 31 1906 the room whichof the United States touched 116000000000 mark and exceeded that of Great Britain and haveGermany combined which stand sec and third on the roll respec among the nations posit lefFORwalks Charles Hughes was inaugurated Ito of New York Tuesday the usual ceremonies will jYeargreeted by over 8000 persons from I near rank and walk ini life after was The fight between Joe Gans andI Herman Tuesday night at jty Nev r a victory for ly Herman was knocked out in theoirt nd 4 I ing Who has thought of it that SillYfays woman or girl should so dress th every eyelet ill her upper lingerie opportunityght of ge especially when thehot weather ex case no longer holdsgood When thecoldwinda dry and crack the skin a box oC salve can save I much discomfort In buying salve l look for the name on the the bor to avoid any imitation and be sur0 oi mal DeWitVs yWjtchHazel Saivc Sold by all druggists jJ If tIf 1t4 1 1 l aiidmoretha n fifty are more erTfesatfn juried as the result oflk on the Metropolitan branch 4f the Baltimore and Ohio railroad Terra Cotta a small station about f tlmiJes from Washington at6i40I klast Sunday evening The Was the most disastrous that a Occurred in the District of i Columbia 3 a of Mrs B F Saunders ews of the death of Mrs B F a yesterdaytownherold home where she had several weeks ago Her death not unexpected as she had been failing health for sometime Her funeral will occur at Uniontown today She leaves a husband arid a number of children to mourn Her They have the deep sympathjr the people of Hartford in their bereavement A HEAP MORE MUD no Stepping StonesTaxesIHigh and Tangible Results Few and Far Between 1 has been suggested through columns that some steps be to make it possible forcitizens the town as well as anyone else cross the streets without Wad through mud from an inch to t knee deep As to whether any has been made we are not ad but we do know that nothing has been done Citizens demanding that relief be given tax rate of 75 cents per 100 150 per capita has prevailed this town for several years and l- an ordinance fixing the same rate for ensuing year has already been This the people have paid apparent objection with the that they would get something return They are willing to con the rate indefinitely if corres ponding improvements of the towns public domain be fourth coming many are loud in their demand immediate relief be given inthe matter of stepping stones across the impassable streets Another matter that has given citizens living in theEastern part of town for complaint is thecondition in the walks on Clay and Griffin street have been left by the railroad building The heavy rains overflown them to such a depth passoverof filth and mud has been that makes traveling little vexing than if there were no vr Rains have been excessive that extent that everything is 1 abnormally damp but a small siim V judiciously spent by our city dads i- bring relief and that quickly n John M Leach DeadK Mr John M Leach died athis home Mil Liberty Wednesday morning u short illness His fU 1eraH preached by Rev Lewis after ii which the burial took plticeatoLiber Mr Leach was an old andhighi respected citizens and was well known throughout the county hay= 10 seriredas Deputy Assessor many Iyears sign He was a devout nxand member of the diftI h and will be greatly missed v InK mmuntty c reIaItla1tluJispiIlud In such n vlmt Us wouldoverlmvo tb ct tlooklngfor A supplement Jo tit h up to rrlluvI1JeCu iantithe 1 ti Into it Y THE GRAND PRIZE I t tile Llghtkt tiRariTl has rit l p tomatiuaalatth gprldrePair L FIIEEATfnlrci t r o mtcrtd lr l Cor th9boJefl tvctOIrvJ uIIuINIIl jS- 1 t It I p e r I iD I I t J i c- r 7 yl w OJ 1T 1 I f n r t r t I 1 dK do t I i 1 I f i 0 t FOR THE LITTLE ONES Direction For Making Smoke Ring Box A smoke box means cpnsiderablo fun for the boys and girls who try it Make a box out of cardboard or thick paper as nearly a perfect cube in shape as possible sny three inches mm nElU mentINet lay u dime or quarter on one side of it and trace the outline with I lead pencil Then cut out a hole along the line Than light n wax taper or candle and hold it under the hole so that tho smoko will fill the box Now if Oll hold the box in one hand hole uppermost and tap tho bottom you can cause tiny but per i feat and beautiful rings of smoke toIshoot out into the air Some boys have succeeded in I making a hundred rings from one boxful of smoke- S I how many you can produce The Jointed Snake The hoary fable of the joint snake owes its origin to the pe culiar facility with which the lizI ard when seized breaks off its and escapes leaving that member in the captors hand In other words the joint snake is not a snake at all but a lizard It is the slow worm known to scientists as Anguis fra gillis whose long and slim body and almost invisible legs make it easily mistaken for a snake that by itsI invariable tendency to snap off its tail in the spasms of capture has given Uat the story of a jointed reptile But this creature does not reclaim its discarded appendage again It simply grows another in its place Housekeeper The Sneezewood Tree This queer name is given to a cer tain tree that is native to Natal and other parts of South Africa Work men cannot saw or plane it without sneezing the dust having precisely the same effect nsthe strongest snuff The wood has a bitter taste and insects give it a wide berth For this reason it is much used for work that is required to last n longtime Long Series of Bridges The railroad which is to run from Miami Flu to Key West will require from the mainland to the lat ter city an almost continuous series of bridges These aggregating six spanthecoral islets known as the Florida keys A GERMAN BUGABOO Of all the bugaboos in this world of political ghosts perhaps the most shadowy is the constantly repented warning against Germanys absorption of Brazil The German inhabitants of Bra zil number about 250000 in a to I tftl population of something like Iialai0Ot111 and Brazil is about aa lurfIts the United States minus Aln Vn There are three Italians for II IQ German in Brazil and jj1O of British capital for every German dollar invested In tho two southern states of Briiiil thrre was considerable Ocr ninu imirijrration about 1S40 and iha dex cmlants of tho original im migrant have multiplied amazing ly But ihy have not been roen forcod to my considerable extent by Fiibnequort immigration and they have intermarried freely with the Portujfu p and tho Brazilians F believe I am very near the cornet fiffuris in stating that in tho lost ten years less than 10000 Ger ininid have immigrated into Brazil Their principal centers are the cilia of Rio do laneiro Sao Paulo aid Santos and the three southern Ktato8 of Parana Santa Catharina CasparrI1itnev Two Powerful Factors Jack Barry more son of Maurice Barryinoro and himself an actor o some ability is not overparticular about laiy personal appearance and b a little lazy He was in San Franco on tho morning of the ear re lie was thrown out o fcc of the shocks spun a floor and left k Finally he g Iiforthe1dl outS un wayi make Way tor your betters and 80 forth 4 Skidoo seems to bo another form r stedaddle which is an old familiar slang word for precipitate retreat It is probably college slang i11t it is derived from the Greek word skcda zein which means run away The figures 23 atC a telegraphic signal or abbreviation which means that messages marked iritti it need not he hurried through if there is more important matter io occupy tho wires A 123 inessagc therefore is one that has to surrender the right of way if there are others that must be rushed throughwithout de- l lay In other words it has to get out of the way of its bettersSt Louts Republic Plant Memory Plant memory isa problem for the inquisitive botanist In 1901 K plant allied to the squash and pumpkin was taken to New York from the desert of Sonora in Mexico and since then it has been kept without watering in a strange ch- mate 3000 miles from home Dur ing the six weeks of rain in the desert the plant grows its leaves and flowers and perfects its seed- Then it dries up and leaves only a water filled gourd which a thick hardshell seals against animals and specimen son of six weeks It wakes sends out rootlets stems and leaves and then dries up again until thefollow ling year Ocean Cables Iceland is now connected with Europe by cable sad the king of Denmark is in direct eommunica tion with his subjects on the north iastIthem There arc about 250000 miles of metallic connection under the seas of the world the average cost of which lias been about 1000 a mile A quarter of a billion is a great sum of money yet it is a rrall price to pay far corirnunlea j tion between continents which send to each other an estimated total of fi000000 messages year The Increase of Lunacy Lord Rosebcry in opening a lu natic asylum the other day said ho found it extremely difficult to dis cover any convincing reason for the increase of lunacy rind he could only suggest that the asylums be impossible brains to keep pace with the times in which we tutor livedLondonSper The Bottle Fountain Pour water into n vial until vou have half filled it and then thr01lgh- the cork run a piece of straw or a small glass tube of sufficient length to project slightly above the cork the top and to reach within a lilt of an inch of the bottom of vial With varnish or sealing wax hermetically soil the cork leaving the tube open of course Get an ordinary pickle bottle and having warmed it over the gas or a lamp turn it upside down over the vial as shown in the cut To pre vent air from getting into the bot tIe you should lay o fey sheets of dampened blotting paper in the bot tom of a plate and stand the bottle themf T0 TV tie to v ifTRAGIC JOKE 4 I Russian papers report the tragic I ending oi a joke played tho other day at Sn Petersburg on a former officer o The retired Captainaiginreceived one day an anonyrniius letter him to handover U OO rubles to amosscnger- of the revolutionary committee who would call on him Letters of this kind have gradually beconioso common in St Petersburg that pee ple have ceased to be scared by them Captain T1 gin threw the letter into his wastebasket A few days passed and a second letter arrived this time with the threat that the revolutionists would call to get the money byv force Again the captain attached too importance to the matter but deemed it sufficient to instruct his woman servant not to admit any unknown person to the house A few days ago at noon the doorbell rang Upon the question of the servant who it was the voice of an old friend made answer but when she opened the door two other men with nmgked faces forced them solves with him into the house and at once dashed upon the woman She called for helpThe captain hurried to her and the disguised men attacked him He succeeded in disengaging himself and rushed toward the exit but dropped dead at the threshold The excitement had brought on apo plexy The supposed revolutionists were the captains best friends who only had intended to play a harm less joke In Fear of Bombs There are many disadvantages in being a Russian minister in tliese reyolutionnrv das in view of the bpmbthrowers According to St Petersburg papers the minister of justice Shealowitoff on his arrivtilat tho Baltic station wanted to drive to the ministry The first driver whom he addressed rofscrl prvrt Ilsrlc Another how I ever yielded to the ministers per suasions but he had not driven far when he changed his mind and reso lutely refused to drive the minister to his destination The statesman had to get out of the drosky and continue his way afoot A few days ago each of the two driver was fined in court A Modern Hospital opIof the hospital opened in London on Nov 10 The room is made of marble so as to prevent any accu mulation of dust It has a tessellated i floor of Tcrazzo marble and the walls are lined withlinnmarble Electric heating IflW it 1cIiI Bom ide ventilation That the patimay not be frightened by the rn mcnts used in the operation the presence of so ninny physicir n1 medical students there room to the operation hallire the patient is put under the s thetic The Milling on n Coln- Nearly everybody thinks that te- nllllha of a coin Is Its corrugatei m hut that term bus nothing to do itlr tho forruKntlons Tht cHiier the mint tnUtw up a blank a romj ccc plain sliver cut lIt or ImIof drops It Into a ihstrlil luea out with tho edic sl J BledI Then Iw drops It into fl Baui chines and it conns i Brim tint and raised a Uttl B Bles The uilllinjj Is this I HI without reference to and It is Intended t fato of till coin frc r mentions around th ut reed i ng I The Sine There Is n sword Than mvorcjH of A weapon that Is Than famed E Waters divide ij At touch of th And tint roil fore As fell the pr AH life Us mob Naught can t Sen death Is si keen k everything anbd could t wish ina suburban cellarhard cement bet tom whitewashed sides good coal and wood bins approached by raised j platform furnace the same set tubs the dame Whats thoneedof those raisQd I platforms you speak of asked MraPotter peering into the darkness hind in the spring and fall rains said the gent Shows the advantage of this location that theyre all you need Street below this Im told a small boat goes with every cellar but we dont han dle that street at all The National Tree of China The tungshu or wood oil tree ja worthily named the national tree of j China It is stately in appearance Ii3prendmgshade It belongs to the cuphorI I biacae or spurge family of which the castor oil plant is a member It bears a fruit as largo as a small I orange Each nut contains three triangular seeds similar to small I Brazil nuts The oil is pressed from these seeds and the refuse is used as a fertilizer The oil is used principally for polishing woodwork and dressing leather Considerable quantities are exported The wood of the tungshu is used for making musical instruments fine boxes and the framework of small houses It is free from the ravages of insects An Important Post When Sir Henry CampbellBan nerman was secretary of state for war Queen Victoria wished to make the czar an honorary colonel ofa British regiment The prime minister as he now is demurred on the grounds that all other European sovereigns would expect to receive similar honors But as the queen was willing that even this should he the czar was made colonel of tho Scots Greys Naturally the appoint mont caused some excitement in the regiment One subaltern was overheard saying to his servant Ijomiid the emperor of Russia has been made colonel of the regi ment Indade was his reply its a verra gran thing for him but will he be able to keep baith places A Driller An Irishman looking for work took his stand in a group at the gate of a large engineering establish anent By wind by the foreman came up to the gate and asked Are there army drillers hereI Yes said Pat stepping for ward I He got the job at once but he had not been working long at the machine when it broke down The foreman in anything but a pleasant mood then inquired I Where man did you learn drill ing I In the militia was Pats reply London ExpressI 1 Deserved His Fate Miss Mario Shedlock is famous for the invention of a new and de I ightful type of childrens entertainment Dressed as a fairy Miss Shedlock recounts to children with lelicacy and the tales if Hans AndersenIShe keeps her wits about her in j her entertainments and children j no matter how odd their questions i nay be can never stump her She r always ready with an apt reply Entertaining a childrens pnrty at i certain millionaires house in NPW York Miss Shedlock happened ko the old proverb The aiHlJhidcatchcs the worn V 1 little Jvr questioned the prov i jrb promptly sI But wasnt the worm foolish he asked to get up early nnd bo I aught dear said Miss ShedlockI IIyworms hadnt been to bedat I ill He was just getting home A Baking HintIWhen baking cake on removing otrom the oven place time tin con e ing tho cake on a damp towel moment and the cake may 1ilv be taken from the tin with ut sticking For Inflamed Eyes or inflamed eyes from any apdirectlyon and the patient will be asleep i no time Folding Handkerchiefs Handkerchief corners will mel= t ire exactly if the handkerchiefs s folded with the first crease on a o with the widthwise threads of f linen Finger Nails dailylittleexcellent plan to follow when the nails are brittle and bjeak in the 1 i 7w cuttingaI T c tc v I HiccO4ghRpI1fJY lilYfJv I A Juritp nf sugar Rntodiu viiiv 1Ir to r OlOoo oi OOOOOIQl C08QtO t Most people know that if they have been sick they need Scotts Erfitit jion to bring back health and strength 0 But the strongest point about Scott JIz Emulsion is that you dont have to be t 10sick to get results from it It keeps up the athletes strength huts fat on thin people makes a fretful baby happy 11 t 9brings color to a pale girls cheeks and pre cf vents coughs colds and consumption k gFood in concentrated form for sickand well young and oldrich and pooryAnd itcontains no drugs and no alcohol ALL DRUGGISTS BOc AND 1- 0000000000000000000OO000Z rl CONDENSED STORIES How a Quick Witted Burglar Escaped Detection William B Ridgcly comptroller- of tlie currency was talking to a Philadelphia reporter about bank frauds The defrauders of banks Mr Ilidgely said know the preqau tions that are taken against them hence they lay plans very carefully to defeat these precautions He paused and smiled- A middle aged couple were awakened in the middle of the night ho said bya strange sound John whispered the wife did you hear something like n noise un der the be- dffIt seems to me time husband A JUBT PUT YOCll HAND XJNDEK AND SEC guessitJust put your hand under and see said the wife If its Carlo hell lick it The husband withdrew his hand from beneath the covers and put it under the bed and the burglar who lay there stuck his tongue far out and licked the hand assiduously till with a relieved Its allright dear the husband withdrew it The couple went oft to sleep again and when they awoke in the morning the house was bare of va- lstablesBoston Globe Proudof His Father The fouryearold son oia west ern senator had a very high opinion of the importance of his father The latter tells how on one occasion in their western home tho lad came across n magazine in which by some chance there were engraved side by side portraits of the pres ident and the senator mentioned When the lad caught siglit of his fathers features he broke into a broad smile Thats a good pic ture of you daddy said he Very good my sQnWlloS the man next to you rlnVlflv asked the youngster Why my son ex youknowmen of the world a man more ad mirable and more powerful than any king That my son is Presi agninlookeddcnt then after a thoughtful pause he observed Say daddy the people in the cast will be awful when they see the presidents picture next to yours wont they Earns His Degree Jan Maclaren tells tin amusing story with regard to bogus degrees A weep prosecuted resident in the 8ub r s of Edinburgh for delft Thq presiding al dthecreea to cive AYIdImca and ijm first4 I 1 rd r 1 qucstionTie asKed luih was l J What is your name Jamie Gregory LL D sir i What Doctor of laws An where on earth did you get that distinction Twas ii fellow Ira an Amen can university an I sweep his chin ney three times I canna pay yo cash Jamie Gregory he says but Illmake ye an LL D an well ca it quits And he didTitB- its Dines With Most EngaginglJames Russell Lowell when American W minister in London received an T invitation from Lord Granville then foreign secretary to the effect that he was about to ask at comparatively short notice for the pleasure- of I the company at dinner I 4Toe plied according to Lord Edmpgd Fitzmaurices Life of n 40 ville Time most engaged man in 1 don accepts with the greatest pi iure the kind invitation of them t engaging j Household Hints To keep flour quite dry put a lit tle bag of charcoal at the topof the flour barrel damphnvestrung solution of alum and water If silver is newer washed with soap it will retain its luster Polish with chamois skin I English Mock Honey yolksoft one pound of lump sugar and six ounces of butter Put all in a double boiler Stir one way until pasteThusDies Boasting of Good Health Having just remarked to friends sinceheyears as a steamboat steward Ed ofheartNovember 27 He had just taken a glass of beer and had started to ward the door when he cried out with pain and fell Obituary On the evening of December 7 1906 the angel of deathvisited th home of Mr J C Park of Bed Ky and laid his hand upon tH form of sister Sue the wife of th above named and claimed her fjj his victim She was born Sept 26 1870 professed faith mt and joined Bells Run Baptist e in 1882 in which she lived a cent member during life She a heartbroken husband axis three brothers together wit of friends and relatives to mo death After funeral services conduc by Rev B F Jenkins of Owens bor in the presence of a large inthewere laid to rest until the resurrection morn t Wehave t eterlal r r 4A ElysCreamnasal catarrh hay fever or cold in r s4otht1ingline the air passages It is made to patientL There is no cocaine nor murcurjr Jri it Do not be talked into takings i BahnAlldruggistasellit e Iid bYElyBroihers5 Wrrai street NewYorkt l jl j- r C Q v xX r 11 w = i1 A SUCKER r 1 Isiorn Every Minute as This f y 1StttiQStor Will Atiiin 4- Y V t dandy Show to w tllnucuck clurln J It will bo recalled that a short t k time eincethepaprslthroughout the country publishers a weirdtory sent out for some of the countries billow her probably Muhlenberg t to the effect that a devil child had if Been born of a woman As the 4 l tale went the devifT wits to free r- i 1converseat brth and he told in i manner his unusual L Niohon Barth lie svote the cusI 4 ary horns and when the mo i attempted to drown the reps esenta tive from Sheol he refused to be suppressed climbed from the pond and with bin long ghostlike thump t gracefully placed on his peaked proi boscis worked the four digits rapid ly and got back to the house before I she did I t It is passing strange that anyone should have believed any part of this tale bqt they did and thereby hangs the thread of this article HancockI r the home of ism and anceis not to be overlooked in- v the race for champion chumps and V you may believe it or not just as you like but it is nevertheless re- mainsas a shameful fact that in a certain community of this county it I was possibly to find three or four j men who in the utter darkness of this impossible canard straddled their steeds last week and made the I overland journey to see the farfam ed devil child The question vI arises how did they feel after the sell For all good time to come they should like the modest clock wear their faces The lightening rod artitect and the gold brick man i may seek vainly for pastures more greenthan these Food dont digest Because the j t stomach lacks some of the essential i digestants or the digestive juices are not droperly balanced Then tooI it is this undigested food that causes sourness and painful indigestion f Kodol for indigestion should be used for relief Kodol is a of veg etable acids It digestswhat you eat and corrects the deficiencies of the digestion Kodol conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by all druggists in Stoves in the Shoes People who are troubled with cold l I feet may take heart In Germapy there has been patented a contri vane described as a beatable shoe The heel is hollowed outand in this hollow it a receptacle for a glowing substance similar to that used in Japanese hand warmers Between i ith soles imbedded in asbestos coy i ers isa rubber bag which is filled with water The heating substances in the shoe i keeps the water warm and it cir culates while the wearer is walking thus imparting a pleasant warmth to the foot A small safety valve isI provided so that the bag can not I A burst rThe warmth given by the sole nev er above 70 degree Fahrenheit and will last about eight hours It unreasjoer than of a wet weather shoe Ii Increased Postage It is reported from Washington that Assistant Postmaster General Madden will endeavor to get Con gress to increase newspaper postage from one cent to four cents per pound and to have postagepaid at the same rate on the circulation 1within the county of publication which under the present law is free says the Elizabethtown News Snch a change in the law will be I resented by every newspaper in the United States as it would force an increase in the subscription price Jft While every thing else has advanced in the past six years newspapers have cheapened until most of them are now published below cost of Abduction In face of this days there factinI an increase of 25 per cent cost of white paper The country J wspaper is almost of equal value i to the country common schools It his a public institution helping arid encouraging every material and moral development and advance= l ment and it should be encouraged instead o taxed The truth of the 1i tl matter is that thepr as the great- educator should be exemptfrom alt it9r of taxation b In I1enefactor We donotbet tl + I1t J 1 iFt 1 I vy Jta J J het t y AStiuaro Deal v Jfia5sUrb you VilO I lOU buy Dr Plercca Itlsrcdlf11tl thrt ottlvrrfllIinrl nfirt their formulhs arc iitttxied UIHr oath ns beingconiJlleto n lui et rrQct Yoti lnuv Jus what youaro liiiyhitf fpr that tIn Ingrvdlonts are yatliiriiX from Isiunros Irttm story being tOlooUMl from the nit Valiiablo natlvq ijifi IulnuJ routs found growing in oilr curearedelicate wottt a lhl1 iiUn Npt a dro a e nr smo p r comet ps 1 t 1 er ts tc Tillt or x unmutjMw irTnwtircMnttyTRBiSl p 1 I r tlQ t f 14- re nw vctr tw fins agent possesses Ownbeingfrrmunt nutritive and soothing domul cent Ulvorino plays an Important part In 1t riorcas n Medical Discovery In tho cure of Indigestion dyspepsia nnd risingslllartburnpour alloUto gnawing CCIIIII In stomach and Kindred derange ments of tho stomach liver mid bowels Itesldcs curing Ml the above distressing dtcalliscoveryIsmembranes as catarrh whether of tho nasal passages or of tho stomach bowels- or organs Even In Its nlceratlvo stages It to this sovereign remedy It Its uso bo persevered In In Chronic Viiiiuiii of the Nasal passages It Is well while taking tho Dis covery for tho necessary constitutional treatment to tho passages freely SngosCatarrhof treatment generally cures tho worst cases t brondllalUoll1enMClllcnledy especially In thoso obstinate hanton counlis caused by Irritation and congestion of thu bronchial mucous membranes Tlio DIs nrlsIn l eotvd to cure consumption In Its advanced staces no midklno will do thathut for II I ntIIltcdt i rbr hpt medicine that ian be tal = lieve that Congress will adopt Mr Maddens suggestion as it would result in putting a great many country newspapers out of business and forcing others to Jncreare their sub I tion price The News publishes an eightpage all home print paper twiceaweek for 1 There is no cheaper publication in the State than this While we are printing over 4000 papers there is actually a loss on the subscription The News could not stand such an increase of postage rates as Mr Madden recom mends without increasing its sub scription price We do not want to do this for the reason that it would deprive many poor people of the pa per Every editor of every county newspapershouldwrite to his Con gressman and urge him not to in crease the postage on newspapers cAS WJI O f2S ABearetheTha Kind You Have Always Bought Signature cf 5C 5 fMORE EQUITY TOBACCO Sold ata Price SOcts Higher Than Committee Was Authorizedto Take Anotherbig sale of Equity tobac co has been made All the Ohio county trash of 1905 and the trash of the 1905 crop put up at Livermore has been sold at 675 per hundred It was bought for export and the I price is 50 cents a hundred more fhan that fixed by the committee I The Sale was consumated last Satur dayIt is stated on good authority that within a few days all the 1905 pooled tobacco will be sold of which there are over 2500 hogsheads The committee declines to state to whom the sale was made but says it was for the export trade It has been said that the commit tee would not be able to sell the to bacco to any advantage because it members would not be able to cop the shrewed buyers but it seems that it has no trouble in getting all and more thank it originally asked for Deafness Cannot be Cured by applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear The is only one way to cure deafness and that is by cofistitutional lreme dies Deafness is caused by and inflamed condition of the mucous sin ing of the Eustacian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling souhd or imperfect ingr and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tuberesorted to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENPY Co TOledo 0 Sold by all1ruggists 751 Take Halls Family PillsWr c- onstipationrm i d 3 1 l k I J T I HARRAH Nf r ltConductor on First Train Into Sbjjiby vliie now Presdent Illinois Central 7 shdt Record Thirtysix veara ago neat month the firsts train of railroad carssteam1 ed into Shelbyvile Ky and the con ductoron the train was J T HarI r han Mr Harrahan was elected to succeed Mr S Fisher as Presi dent of the great Illinois Central Railroad Only a few years before Harrahanllwusfew men whose promotion has been i so sure and so stoylyt While conductor of the Shelby Railroad as it j was then called he was also superin i tendent of It and he would fre quently get off the train at Simpson ville or Scotts and walk to Shelby ville or to Anchorage that he might i have personal knowledge of the con I dition of every foot of the track It i was untiring enegry faithful performance of every duty and a close study of the business that he deter mined to succeed in that has made J T Harrahan probably the mostI noted railroad official in the States While here he became a member of the Masonic Lodge at this place and still has his member ship here Mothers ge their children Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup invariably indorse it Children like it beczuse the taste is so pleasant Contains Honey and Tar It is the original Laxative Cough Syrup and is unrivaled for the relief pf croup i Drives the cold out through the bowels Conforms to the Na tional Pure food and Drug Law Sold by all druggists m In Waste Ui toJnte fnrllliullIWe have often waste places on farms and urged that they be reduced to pasture or cultivation Land is already too costly to allow any portion of it to go to waste and yet there are few farmes on which may not be found corners and patches sometimes sug gregating acres that are producing nothing useful but are doing worse These spots are sometimes quite inaccessible and difficult perhaps to add to the pasture fields or lots but they should in some way be brought into usefulness j And these thoughts suggest creeks and drains that run through farms almost always marked by wild growth their bands Of course these should not be allowed to be come rambling thickets that en croached upon the cultivated ground but there is a question if it is no well to permit a thin strip of to grow along the banks and overlap the ditches Where ditches are bare grass and weeds will grow up in them during dry times to catch sand and thus choke and fill up the drains Heavily shaded by foliage overhang ing them these growths will not ap pear and nature will keep the drains open Farms are full of problems that required though to solve I had tried everything for baby until Dr Lyle recommended CASCA SWEET I call truthfully say it is j the best medicine I ever used for babies My little baby was a mere skeleton from stomah troubleI anYjthing growNaneL Taylor SWEET issold by all druggists m r How to Care For Shoes lhllalhJIhlrL 1ress J If shoes are properly cared for they will last fully twice the length of time they will if neglected A shoe should be comfortable re gardless of the size or width tha may be marked on it If the shoe is tog large or too small it can not keep its shape Before the shoes are worn the souls should be sandpapered so as to remove the glossy finish and per mit the varnish to soak in then copal varnish such as is used for varnish ing carriages should be applied with j a smooth stick of wood or an old tooth brush handle This varnish comes in pint tin cans so that itf may be easily kept from time t time if it is tightly corked whe 11 not in use From the can pour L few drops of varnish in the sole Jf the shoe and spread it evenly ovlr the surface being careful to kelp the varnish from getting in the up pers or it may leave an ugly maik Stand the shoe away withthe w i ppfor afeY hours to allow the wir nish to soak onthe leather allot ng11 t n t 1 time for these to dry between each j coat until the pores of the leather j will absorb no tore This will beJ shown by the varnish hardQning on j the shoe and giving it a glossy sur face After applying the last coat stand the shoe away for several days with the sole up This will give them time to thoroughly dry The varnish may be had at a small cosltit requires but little time to do the shoes and in addition to mak ing them wear fully twice as long they become waterproof The uppers should be cared for regularly Before blacking all dust should be removed with a soft cloth and brush then a good blacking applied the shoes again thoroughly brushed and then polished with a soft woolen cloth Many people prefer to have their shoes blackened by those who make j a business of it and if it is possible to have this done treat the leather J in a way that it cannot be treated at home Little touches of backache should not be allowed to go untendedj Rheumatism and many other things follow A box of DeWitts kidney and bladder pills will bring relief quickly They drive the poison from the body Act on the liver as well as the kidneys A twentyfive cent box holds a weeks treatment Sold by all druggists m The Postmasters Report The following is a verbatim copy of the first report made to Postmaster General Cortelyou by a new ly appointed postmaster in a rural district of North Carolina Muster Jorge Cortelyou President of the United States Dear Sir been required by the instructions of the post office to report quarterly I now fulfill that pleasant duty by re porting as follers The harvestin has been goin purty well and most of the naburs have got their cuttin about dun wheet is hardly a avrage crop on rollin land corn is yelleish and wont cut morn ten booshels toI the aker the health of the commu nity is only torreable neesels and cholery has broken out in about 2 i anda half from hear thar are a powI erful awaken on the subject of I religion in the Potts naberhood and i many souls are bein made to know their sins forgiven Miss Nancy Micks a neer naber had a new baby bui he is a poor scraggy little fellow airl wont live out half his days this is about all i know and have to re port the present quarter give my respects to Miss Cortelyou and sub scribe myself as yours trooly Clear up the complexion cleanse the liver and tone the system You dose or two of Safetreliable little pills with a reputation The pills that everyone knowsI Recommended by all druggists m An Insomnia Cure Myhusband dreadfully troubled with insomnia said Mrs Bloobum per He wakes up about 2 oclock i every morning and then he cant go to sleep again He tosses about until daylight and growls and fuss es so that I cant get any sleep myself My husband used to be troubled that way replied Mrs Cawker but I discovered a remedy which never fails Oh do tell me about it Well I noticed that my husband always slept the soundest when it was time to get up No matter how wakeful he had been all night just- I as soon as rising time came he went to sleep and slept like a log Thats just the way with Mr Bloobumper exactly But tell me what you did Well when Mr Cawker wokemp in the night and began to toss about oftstep I simply went across the room pretended to look at the clock and said Oh thats all right you dont need to go to sleep again Its time for you to get up That always JUt him to sleep ina minute BASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Peekaboo BIous View Will we never have done with the peek 1Joo blouse Has jt not try served the vanity of certain fail Ones and has seet and irritatd anblhs However thatnvW be a certain f If I J 7 t p n 0 A gclabIe Prcparationfor As slmilalingBicRxxfandncguIa tiling he StoDQcfes ilMBow of I L1Promotes DigtionChcerfid nessaridltestCoalainsneitlier j OpiumMbrphkve nor1oiucra- 1NOTNAnCOTIC t I l ea lJJrswuzLmrIlEIl it 4tlGffl ssdr lF I1 l9Jf rnrJ for fWormsConvulstonsFcvcrish ness and Loss OF SLEEP j Facsimile Signature or a IiNEW YORK EXACT COPT OF WRAPPER sIJ For and and Daily Herald 200 TIlE and 150 Tug and St Louis 175 THE and Home and Farm 125 TUB and and 325 i THE 175 and Daily 370 THE and Oboro 175 THE and 150- I all to a COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN M in t i V a m The Home for Ohio People Da Clean Rooms and Polite S V l Corner Second and Streets q Q d f a m fair critic too dalntly plump to be accusedof jealously has expressed in the original way which invariably her statements anI opinion that is well worth passing onj She saidIt the waist itself that I obI ject to nor the pretty shoulders and arms which show through it It is this forcing of underwear upon has thought of it that way before It has been called silly bold indecent but when the sex has decided upon adopting a mode such criticisms are ignored There really is no reason why a woman or girl should so dress that every eyelet in her upper lingerie should be given the of winking at the world at large especially when the hot weather ex cuse no longer holds good When the cold winds dry and the skin a box of salve earl much discomfort In buying salve j look for the name on the the box to imitations and be sure you get the original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by all 11111111 CASTORIA Infants and Children The Khi1 Yap Have AIWBhR Bears t 1 Signatureof In- Use y For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORAT- M OENTAU SONPANT NEW YOtlll CITY 2juv1 OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN Louisville Herald125TH- ERELURLCCAX Louisville REUUHLCCAW CourierJournal REPUBLECAK GlobeDemocrat REPUBLICAN REPUBLICAN Lippencotts Cosmoplitan REPUHLWAN andTwicea VeekOvensboroInquircM THE REPUBLICAN Owensboro Inquirer REPUBLICAN TviceaWeek Messenger REPUBLICAN National Magaine Address orders THE REPUBLICAN l- DSEk sssssssssssssssia mRANDALL T When Louisville mIiMY EUROPEAN HOTEL County Elegant Attention Jefferson COLLINSGRIFFNProps 187 t f21Blr2 characterized oneWho conveniently opportunity save avoidany druggists ml H si ALL GOOD THINGS must win upon their merits The International Dictionary has won a greater distinction upon I its merits and is in more general use than any other t work of its kind in the English language A II Siiyci 1IU MU or Oxford tofdlllicult to iiincivc of n diet lorxnry more BIcfhlllQisIIIfind In such a vrorU hut nlso what tow + uawouldoverlwvothoijghtotlookhigror hashrought ImltheInto It v THE GRAND PRIZE J TI1tCrDllUOnal tUk reasonmralructiro SMTGCMERRIAM i I PU all i kN9t v SPRINOFIIfPI r i 1 0 d 3c ti I i- y 1tyy iJ- to 1 to r i f P= 11 It l t f I f irE = =7 =1 i i t t i iotiiiotototi T wTw i h1 O T1ot iiHm t1 i I i r CO 111 INVENTORY L l J If g We have just got through invoicing out stock and find that we have sold mule and had greater success in 3900 than i fij tever before and we attribute our great success to the people ot Ohio county and heartily thank then for their liberal pat= doinirI so far If you have not traded with us before make a new years resolution and start in with us now and we will guarari= ttee you perfect satisfaction in everything We have special lots of Clothing Shoe Flats Furuishintfs Dress Goods Skirts 4x f i 4N1 El Lli12 r Overcoats t35 Mens 5 Overcoatsextra long with beltall sizes only 208 14 liens 050 Overcoats heavy Blarer Cloth good qualityall sizes 8329 38 Mens 810 Overcoats extra fine quality extra L heavy long or short assorted colors A 059 T 9 Mens 1250 Overcoats extra good quality blue T blackand fancy Patterns extra long or medium 798C1 T with or without belt all sizes 598 + 262 of heavy fleeced Underwearat 19c They are going fast wait once Best Calico 4c Sic 5c v V s2 t SALE BEGINS TOMORROW SAM BACH Hertford KyV Hartford Republican iMued by the Hnrttnnl 1lIhll hID CotnPKDY llNCOKrnRAYFn rE =PSOxrzrc c mbrass5 H 3 I ouCh Z r9r 22 FRIDAY JANUARY 4 ANNOUNCEMENTS- We en nntborliHil to nmioumf S A ANI111t i SON of West llnrtfonl rreehlet a iandlilnte for IlrpruNiMitntlVHln the Oniirnl hKriiihIr this the 2Mh illBtrlrt Kiilijcet to thO frumI the ItllIullllcllllllllrtJ We nn nntbnrfzeil to announce W W IAUK of the Urdu 1reeliict a ranillitntu for lleiirwcir tatlvuln the Itniural from thin thuLnth district subject to tIle action of the lt pulllcnn party 1t Examine the label on your paper If It Is not correct notify us THE country will now turn from earthquakes to the coming Jeffries fight TilE best day of the whole year for doctors is the day after Christ mas AY BEFORE the present Congress is r II over the President may glad he declined a third term IF the Texans send back to the Senate their mouths will be clos ed on the trust question for good 0 FOR a bout or even a plank has been the cry of Hartford folks this week they were compell ed to cross the street LET Ke tackyRepublicans clear the decks row and provide a crew for the old ship in this years con test The other side is already or ganizing VA NUMBER of United States Sena trs will no doubt attempt to square themselves with the people for a lot pJ immoral votes by coming out Irong Smoot LE should wait until the Lle the contest cases be her greater Louis She cannot hope dicap race 1 A MEMBER of the Texas Legislature has resigned because he cannot con sistently vote for Bailey His con science should smite him all the rest of his days because he the to stay and vote against him To those who may be interested to know what has been done with the lid in Louisville we suggest that it has probably been dropped into the filtering plant At least it looks like the same person had been en gaged to the appearance pre dictions IN order that Croan the dog tax man may be heard through his attorney the redistricting cases have been set for argument January 10 We hope Dog Croan we mean Dog Tax Croan will be able through his attorney Morris to explain just why Bullitt county with 8000 popu lation should be entitled to the same representation as Ohio Butler and Edmonson counties with 53000 pop ulation THERE is radically wrong with the man who does not hope to make a better record in ev ery way during the coming year than he did in the one just The days of the new year are be fore us with all their golden prom ise For 1906 the opportunities for good are gone Only influences or results can follow into 1907 If we can look back and see where a cor rection can be made for the better as Christian neighbor citizen or businessman it should be done now Let the individual record for 1907 be than that of 1906 HARTFORD should have another tobacco warehouse We are inform ed by Mr the manager of the Hartford Tobacco Warehouse Co that he fill another house as large as the one we havewith all ease We need institutions of this kind badly and our citizens should at once take steps to for another house Hartford cannot af ford to suffer tobacco hauled to some other town which by its loca tion properly belongs here Another house will be needed worse when therailroad is completed and this Mens Suitsto 38 llensG Suits at v 398X 19 Mens 6 50SUI tsat V 198V1 j 23 Mens 750 Suits at 8500T 26 lens 850 Suits t 598 37 Mens10 Suits at 8079 48 lens 1250 Suitsat l 8981 r 65 Mens 1350 Suitsat 9500 53 Mens 815 Suits at 8998- We have plenty more in stock that are riot quoted here which we will sellat cut price Men buy at Outing Factory Cotton be Bailey lacked something better becomes as it is destined to be an important shipping point j WEnotice that one James Andrew Scott of Frankfort has broked loose and in speeches to farmers in the Bluegrass advises thorn to tar and feather representatives of the trusts who mays come among them to buy tobacco This is the same James Andrew Scott who dur ing the dark days of the fol lowing the theft of State offices and the assassination of Senator Goebel wanted to procure evidence with which to hang Taylor and damn the Republican party Such demagogues as Scott and others of his ilk will do the cause of equity no good and they are only delivering these wild ravings with the selfish motives of the designing politician No true friend of equity will offer such advice This grand organiza tion which has for its purpose the betterment the elevation of the most deserving class of people on earth does not teach personal vio lence to its enemies nor destruction to their property It can win and is winning without resort to bar barous methods Brother whfen you anarchyforsimple you my count him apen emy of the order and one who is seeking only personal advancement Violence and injustice never won a victory in the cause of rightrThey are absolutely inconsistent with hat side of the question i Moss and Tompson 1 Plasterers and contractors sa is faction guaranteed Phone lor Beaver Dam Planing Mill litf Hoods l unquestionibly liver medicine known II positively and permanently cures every humor from Pimples to Scrofula It is the Best i Blood t hy A LOST COW IN SICILYI The Italian government came to the conclusion some time ago that too many official free telegrams kingdom sages was in one year 2437419 paidfor1200000 free telegrams to 35000 000 that were paid for while the proportion in England was still i lower 440000 to 88000000 Not withstanding the edict a Sicilian prefect sent out the other day 300 telegrams stating that a certain person who was himself had lost a cow and requesting that she be returned to the owner This dis patchwas sent not only to stations but all over southern It aly A socialist journal got wind of the remarkable procccding and made so much ado over it that the government ordered an investiga tion The explained that he had intended the dispatch for Sicily onlyand never thought it would be forwarded ross the water which the cow was certainly not likely to swim but it was deemed advisable to make an example and he was fined 507 lire Managing a Rupsian Vance Thompson the successful magazine writer and novelist on his recentreturn from Russia where he went to gather material for an article upon the douma for bodys Magazine was asked how he managed to t along without knowing the fanguage Mr Tf omp son said one had not the slightest difficulty in making his wishes un derstood in Russia For instance when I wanted to go to a certain place I would jump into a drosky If I wanted to go to the right I rightlegleft I would kick him on the left leg If my inclination led me placedintot I imply his hair It is really least the find it so T am thinking of imiovatinltit here myself in Paris rA P in AmericaI She Game to Stay i A neatly dressed woman eamo uiuQly into5 the palatial Hotell- i tir I l n Ij Boys Suits xAt 45 Boys Suits at 8F26 BOYd Suits at 11 I T 35 Boys Suits at 814J 20 Boys Suits itt X189 27SJ3s Suits at 198 40 Boys Suits at 8229 I16 Boys Suits at 2081 32 Boys Suits 315 Vi i t v Hats j 140 liens 8125 and 8150 Hats OSci 118 lIens 150 175 and 82 Hats at l15- 12TheseHat Huts at I are the Styles in all colors and all Ishapes stiff Hats or oit IIatt t f41Iii dozen Women and line dont Come and them Best Cloth 4- T tt ft 44- P torvU AHxeiatitr when against manhood make passed Vickers could arrange delivered State Medicin Sicilian prefect Every p pulled amostsntisfactorysystem A L7fti latest Boys Russians uoUliam in New York ii Tetr days I ago Frank V Bennett the proprietor happened to be in the lob oy saw the young woman and morningGood tend to stop here Yes sir I think so Ahsnid Mr Bennett with his courtliest bowctjust step over here and sign your name to tho register The young woman walked across and signed her name PhiladelphillHave Yes sir A mans bringing it in straylongIve just got a job in the linen room and I wouldnt like to lose itSaturday Evening Post Bridegrooms With GlassesIJudging by the pictures in the society columns most every man who gets married nowadays wears girlWhatof the ushers and best men arc also bespectacled Newspaper illustra tions of a score of weddings that II have studied in the last few weeks represent the principal male figures as adorned with glasses That raises an interesting question Is it only men with defective vision who rush into matrimony or on the other hand is it only those whose eyes are sharpened by artificialaid that can appreciate the beauties of the up to date womanNewY- ork Press German Field Marshals Tie German army now has be side too Emperor Francis Joseph and the Duke Arthur of Connaught generalPrinceLeopold Haeseleras ofBadennulf of Bavaria Count von Schriief fen the hereditary Prince Bernhnrd hereditaryGrand nest Edler von der Planit and Os car von Lindequist Moved Lighthouse Tho feat of moving a lighthouse lismuntling accomplished at AshtaoUla The range 1 sixtyite tons and standing sixtyfive fcc l1ihl t rr y = k fy aX r iu placed on a lighter 11 11rofalong the river a diitnnco of 70 feet and then successfully pliicedon a new site It was raised by tu ii e of jacks andmoved on rollcjrs to and from the lighter Guyi ropes t i held it in position while moving I 1ALearned Hollander particulars havebcen told by the Dutch papers about a telegraph messenger living at Bre da who self tuition has be come a muster of languages This man now about fifty years of age can speak and write English SpanishItalian brew and Sanskrit and is able tode cuneiforminscriptions 4physicswriteGreekc IPotnto Billiard Balls Many peisons will be surprised to i inFrance JllUible 4 forthirtysixlution of i enoughfor solidenoughballs i JI Pr Bull Bachelor j gescription tached to us in tho not far distant i future for the disinclinati to generi1Jamong I They t emselvesattribute this in- jj 1L I to the frlv lextravagance and unfaithfulness wifeLondonTruthI I A White Cobra L v fivefelongso says a vernacular paper by some alridgesnilkcscthisthe Punjab Lahore Tribunes1 J I THEoRaNAL LAX TtV y LAXANoaxrewtso r J J r wCi T f C T j 6 II t I I I I Y EWe feel grateful to the people pi I- J p Ohio county for their liberal pat I ft I S ronage through the year 1906 We I courteousI1 I rto allto give the very best value I 1possible to every purchaser The IJfc above motto will be our criterion I I 4I t for T907 On this we sincerely I i hope you will favor us with a con I rtinuance of jour trade Wishing 4- r tyou a prosperous New Year we are 2 f x Your friends II I i I F I 1 j t Hartford Republican J FRIDAY JANUARY 4 I lllnois Central RailroadTime 4IBound Nnnili IJounc- lNol21dullaln- ENorth4 No 132 due 110 a in amyL t No12Mnel230p m No 101 doe SMS p in 1 No102dneISpl1I No 131 diipKKip m S 4Guns Guns GunsWhere At I U S Carsonslltf i Scholarship in Massey Business I w College for sale at this office I i Mr R H Cummins Paradise 4apleasant caller Monday wasl M A big slump in price on t 0 z Suits and Cloaks at Carson Cot i Once a customer always a customer I is the City Restaurants motto jo l Mr C U Taylor Rochester jnade Pleasant call while town Mon A Itf iusa c For Scholarship in the Bowling r 4 Green Business College apply at this It Office I l r tSeeSamBachsClothingforwintersThey good r FORSALEA scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Call pnoraddressTHEREPUBLiCAN y Prof L N Gray returned from I his Southern holiday trip nan early I 4 train Monday in tune to open school 14 Leave your laundry at Cleve Jers l Work guaranteed Prompt I lit aeliveryVfflfJUt Richmond Laun dry 1 46tf J ii Call on Moore St Crabtree for first t class Sorghum pure Apple Vinegar I and all kinda of familyk groceriQst 1 Njlfsnas cheap c t W L vwtre i err Y 1 1 r a i V i tYi t Oysters Celery Cranberries at City Restaurant City Restaurant is still headquarters for everything good to eat Mr Harrison Kuykendoll Center town made us pleasant call Mon day Miss Lida Mortonthe Milliner i with Carson Go See her fo Hats Mr Alvin Rowe Centertown made us a pleasant call while in town Monday Mr George Rowe Centertown made us a pleasant call while n town Monday l J WANTS D Chickens Turkeys Eggs Feathers Ducks and Geese at Carson Co City Restaurant is better prepare than ever to give its patrons firs class service What moredo you want for your money fiftytwq inch Mohair for only 50c at Long Cos Economy Store Mrs L B Innia returnd to her home at Render Sunday after an extended visit to relatives at Frank fort Ky Mr and Mr A M Barbed and little daughter Norine near town spent Christmas day with Mr and Mrs Alex Barnett on Fredrica S- Aftera t few days visit to her sister Mrs T Collins at Louisville Miss- FannieCox left Monday Lot Charles top MOn where she will beiie guest if another sister Mrs Mary Whi At a meeting of the board fdi rectors of The First National Bank held at the office of Mr G B Linens k leSs transacteda 4per cent semiannual diyided was declaredC ti N V J 1 f 1 W W Miller formally took jlir of the New Commercial Ho I Our stock of Clothing and Oyer coats was never more complete at j Carson Gos Mr JL House Allen Tex Is l the guest of relatives at Taylortown near Rochester IGet your Clothing Cleaned and Pressed at PearlsPantjorium at Y- MCArooms Supt J M DeWeese returned Friday from a weeks visit to his mother at Shreve Miss Phillips of the East Hartford neighborhood was a pleasant caller yesterday Make a new resolution Resolve to buy your merchandise of Carson Co and save money Born to the wife of Mr John T Moore Wednesday morning a girl Mother and daughter doing well and father all smiles We have just received a big lot of PoundPrints in Gravs Reds Fancies I and Blues Dont delay but come at once if you want choiceCARSON Co We are thankful to those who gave us their business through the year 1906 and will thank you in advance for your business through 1907- CARSON Co Have your Fire Insurance Policy issued by Barnett Smith They represent only the best companies and will write your policy at their office while you wait After remaining at Hartford since early fall Schroaters Studio left Tuesday for Rochester It will make its usual trip on Green river and re turn to Hartford next fall WANTEDTo 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 Elsewhere will be found the state ment of the Ohio County Bank It shows a healthy condition and con tinued success since its recent change from a private to a State Bank iRev A B Gardner preached an able sermon at the Baptist church Sunday morning and the pulpit was filled at the evening service in a most ChesterII ESTRAYEDOne threeyearold red speckled heifer marked underhalf- crop in right ear Has short horns Been missing two months Liberal reward for her recovery DAVE WHITE Rockport Ky 25t3 Mr Bud OBrien of Madisonville is here to take charge of an excava ting machine on the railroad He made us a pleasant call Wednesday and talked entertainingly of his long service with the I C as passenger conductor IAfter spending pleasantly the holiday vacation with relatives in Hartford Messrs McDowell Fogl Cecil Stevens Miss Winona Stevens sandMr and Mrs C D Stevens- r returned to school at Georgetown the first of the week Miss dlie Hoover Friedaland Mrs Lucy T Wedding Hartford Mr Alvin Gentry Barretts Ferry and J Hayden Roach Magan have been appointed by Supt DeWeese as ben eficiaries of the Normal Department of the State College at Lexington WANTEDGentlemen or lady with good references to travel ly 250ipertexpenses ly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky lOmG rThe tremendous rainfall Tuesday night insures another big river which will in all probability exceed the former high water in November All the small streams near town were higher than they have been for years Wednesday morning and numerous bridges are washed away The one on Nocreek on road lead ing from Nocreek to Beda being among the number In another column will be found the quarterly statement of the Bank of Hartford This is the oldest bank organe was the late Henry D McHenry who was its first President It has had a continuous healthy growth during all ofJta twentyfive yearn of exist enceand is now under its splendid management stronger than ever I t 1 1 I I Little Miss Lurene Collins Louisville is the guest of her grand pa rents Cant and Mrs S K Cox city Mr James Sulfenger has return from a visit to his sister Mrs led Whittinghill at Bowling Green V v I Mr W B Render and lIon J E Fogle two of this papers old friends remembered us pleasantly at the beginning of the new year Z Wayne Griffin left yesterday for Louisville where he will attend to important business matters return ing home the last of the week- WANTEDA reliable man to farm on a large rich bottom farm in Northeastern Texas An exccel lent opportunity for the right man to make money For particulars call on or address THE REPUBLICAN Hartford Ky 25t2 For a young institution the show ing made by the Rockport Deposit Bank in its quarterly statement which we publish this week is very creditable Its management is safe and will make it a credit to Rock port and vicinity We call attention of our readers to the splended showing made by the statement of the Beaver Dam Deposit Bank which we publish in this issue This is one of the strong est financial institutions in Ohio county and its management may be justly proud of its record i Last Tuesday the Ladies Social Club met at the home of Mrs J S Glenn and was charmingly entertained Mrs Glenn and Mrs W H Barnes being the hostesses It being New Years Day the idea was very appropriately carried out in the form of amusement Each guest was given a little envelop containing a candle and a card upon which was written d verse telling each one what her part of the program was to be and the duty was to be per formed as long as the candle burned There were recitations songs pro j phecies and toasts Light refresh ments were served after which the clubadjourned to meet next with Mrs F L Eelix and Miss Ida Lcvis j at the home of the erIHartford Business Institute Not the oldest just the best asI our patrons will attest On December 31st the H B 1I ball open up its new qai thers down town and will continue without any j break through the spring and summer New furniture will be added and everything done to make our busi ness Institute the equal in every re pect of old Business colleges Students enter at any time and are properly classified Any energetic young man or young woman i who will enroll at this institution j will not only be well repaird but be j well satisfied with their experience Students completing the work here and going out from this school give satisfaction We have no trouble in securing positions Another teacher will be added to our teaching force after the Holidays Enroll now and secure a good practical business position NETTIE ROGERS Taken Up As Estray One red and white spotted medium sized cow end of horns cut off Is now at the Mitchell farm JOSEPH SCHRODER i Hartford Ky 25t2 Land Sale Taxes By virtue of taxes due me as Sheriffof Ohio county Ky I will on Monday January 7 1907 expose to public sale at the Court House door in Hartford Ky the following lands or so much thereof as may be necessary to produce the sums re qujred viz Tiixpujren Niiniu VIet No Acres Total Austin MAl 25 5 4 55 Butler A F guar 10 100 630 Baize Jno J 10 10 578 Daugherty James 10 30 515 Campfield G W Agt Cynthia Campfield 7 1 4 03 Chapman Mrs S A 23 10Q 4 03 Fuqua Wm R 24 25 4 88 Graves Sallie T 24 160 8 78 Nelson R L 24 100 6 53 Rpach Jermiah 29 100 7 76 John 29 10 4 55 Neighbors Geoguar for B Neighbors 4 70 5 30 Ret Melvin 11 68 5 80 tl White Mrs Mary 32 10 4 61- Dowing B M 9 3 5 14I Moxley J J 9 3 6 19 I Mbjbrman J T 14 45 6 77 Oiler J H 18 75 831 467tcrI GJdjAndrew15q645 I OO Y K VVM71YI YVV YV VV I Nevv Ye r s 0 Gr etlng01Q9 S The year 1906 vas our bitty r nei year in business and we ft irecognize that we should at tribute the pleasures of its e achievements to the everinI creasing patronage of our loyal customers and friends We Sknow of no better way to showi our appreciation of your favois than to plan for still greateri things for 1907 We wish to extend our sin cere thanks to every friend S and customer of this store If are not our customer we i Iyou you for a custon1err IWith the compliments oi 11- 1i r IYourssr I 3hz I EPBariiesBrosBEAVER I 0 S S SS SS 3411Howardfor Tessa Brown S 1 5 G5 Magee Mrs Dora 14 1 570 COLORED Cooper Wood 13 1 172 Lindley Sylvester 15 1 506 Miles Willie 20 1 5311 Coppage lli E 19- NONRESIDENT 1 5 64 tired Brand J W 251 4 as Cecil C S 7 593 Ellis W T and J W 15 fi 64 Fuqua John S 65 691 Humphrey T W 31 4 U5 Morris V P 30 377 Stinnett Joe L and V D 36 4 GS Smith Elizabeth 40 2 82 Smith J D S 216 Ward David S 30 395 Yules Matilda 66 5 31 Solinger N lOS 14 28 TUWI lotit Cooper Mrs Annie 1 468 Stevens L W 1 2 43 R B MARTIN S 0 C My Hair is Extra Long Feed your hair nourish it give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is the only genuine hair rood you can buy It gives new life to the hairbulbs You save what hair you have and get more too And it keeps the scalp clean and healthy The best kind of a testimonial U Sold for over sixty years MMe by J O Ayer CoLoowe117dau I J SARSAPARILLA qeTsPILLS PECTORAL- yi t Hartford Collet THE OLD Up REIilfiBlf Hartford College is now on a bows Every room in the building is occsr pied by a regular teacher Ibo Business Department will loo modal to quarters don in town to provtife for another regular teacher in Cam Collegiate Department which v ItIemploy three teachers full time iar THIRD and FOURTH TERMS be ginning JANUARY 14 1907 Trwc ing of TEACHERS IS MAD 1fiE SPECIALTY THOROUGH DSTRUCTION AND RAPID RE VIEWS IN ALL COMMON SCH01 STUDIES WILL BE GIVEN ET THOROUGHLY COMPETE AND EXPERIENCED TEACHER The Board of Education has madr liberal appropriation for Meps Globes Charts Chemical and ottar 41 apparatus all of which will be ii stalled by the opening of the I5i Term January 14 1907tOver forty nonresident stuileofe are now in attendance and it is to fidently expected that this nuntbe will be increased to one hundred 1 ter Christmas Patrons and friaicc are earnestly requested to helps tain this number and thus again re new the palmy days of HartColle eIBarred Plpoutli Rods A few fine birds pull and cockerels at reasoir prices M SCMTl-i t Hartford KlSS + ti it iI J p1It i t- itc V ft tr- ri i l i JVi 7q ifr f I aCt + I J r OJ Iv fi n I 1 j 1- tft q L I r HE WORLD AND THE LOVER i An Old Proverb That Is Exceedingly Open to Question The whole world is proverbially said to love n lover Like most pro verbial statements this ono is ex ceedingly open to question In fact all the evidence seems flatly the other way On what data one won ders did the old proverb maker base his dictum Surely not on the great love stories The world with its appetite for vicarious ex citement likes well enough to watch the tragic spectacle of a great passion Incapable of great I feelings itself it thrills to the drama of them in others It even applauds their lawlessness and can onizes their audacity All the same it will not raise a finger to help t while the story is in the making but on the contrary docs every thing in its power to persecute and impede The moment Romeo and Juliet are safely dead in each others arms the world is voluble with its sympathy but not till it is quite sure that its sympathy can be of no possible service to the lovers While sympathy would be of some use the world which is the embodied cow ardice and cant of humanity stands firm with Montague and Capulet seniors If the lovers win well and good Xo one has ever denied that the world loves success though it has always consistently done its worst to prevent it Yes the world loves successful love as it fawns on anything that has conquered it It loves also pity that costs it nothing But that it loves a lover for love of love is simply not true Hit were true there would probably have been no love stories for the drama of love has mostly come of the con flict between the lovers and the world They had to count the world well lost to win each other It was so in the days of Tristan and Iseult and so it still is in the days of Hu dolphof Bavaria Kichard Le Gal lienne in Smart Set t Lifo of a Watch The lifetime ofa good watch yearsIn brates 18000 times every hour 432000 times a day or 157080000 times a year The hairspring makes a similar number of vibrations and an equal number of ticks from the escapement If it is really a good watch multiply 157680000 by 50 pulsations are that the watch ml even then be in serviceable condition This is a marvelous record considering the small quantity of food that has been consumed its constant action We say fOtr1 because whatever la bors must be felland the watch lives on about sixteen inches of mainspring every twentyfour hours which furnishes the power His Hereditary Foe An Irishman a Scotchman and unemployedlist try in search of work On coming to a field of turnips they took sev ernl in order to appease the pangs of huniror For this they were drugged before the judge who took a lenient view of the case Before sentencing each to twelve lashes on the ham back he agreed to eonfer a small favor according os each re quoted The Englixlunan asked the favor of his overcoat the Scotch man his own as well nlll that of time Englishman while the Irishman casting It sly glance at the judge aid1ay your honor I would just like the Englishman eroS my back l 1An Important Question tHe was an impecunious seedy out at the elbows person and the doctor when he proscribed for him knew bettor thou to expert a fee For the inflamed eyes said the benevolent physician dissolve as much boracic acid as you can put on u ten cent piece in half a glass of waterThank you doctor murmured the pntient turning away A mo mont later however the office door was opened and the patient sidled in Say lc said hc with an in getthoHIS DEAREST It Took More Than Coaxing to Make Johnny Use the Term Shortly after Mrs Frances Hodg I e son Burnetts book Little Lor- I tauntlcroy appeared she went with her two little boys to n seaside hotel The story had made a great sensation and there had ensued a regular epidemic of Fauntloro curls Fnunt1eroy suits and roy youngsters In the room next to that ocupied by Mrs Burnett was a dashing rather overdressed widow wiHta red haired bullet tended soil of about seven wh was t4 the terror oI the hotel AntiQipai a f 4- rf r tc a thor the ntbtlier had purchasecl a compkto and olitborato F1ntleroy 1 outfit with which she proceeded Ita deckout her uhnpprcciativo arid rebellious offspring Not content with this outward seeming tho woman desired to cell pleto the caricature by compelling her precious child to address her as dearest after the manner of the hero of the book instead of mom mer or morq frequently jjiorelyx say cs had been his previous custom Mrs Burnett arrived no sooner than she had been expected but apparently before little Johnny had- entirely completed his course of in struction in filial courtesy as was evident by the sounds which pene trated the thin lath and plaster par tition between the rooms This is what Mrs Burnettplcard- Johnny I SilenceJohnny do you hear me i Silence Call me Dearest I SilenceWill you call me Dearest or shall I make you Yer cant make meIYes I can Call me Dearest I Go ter blazes 1 Thats no way to speak to me Its a good sight bettcrn you want me to say It isnt Call me Dearest l SilenceDo want me to use the trunk strap Call me Dearest I Silence Call me Dearest SilenceBiff Biff 1 Biff I Riff 1 Call me Dearest l I wont Biff I 1 wont Biff 1 Bill I Ouch I You hurt 1 Then call me Dearest Oh all right then dearest Now sep here If you dont re member to call me dearest atdin ner tonight Ill wallop you within an inch of your life you ungrateful thingSuccessBecomes Little Rebel That there is a startling differ ence between the temper of the ris ing generation and that of the youth whose young ideas shot up according to the teachings of Mrs Hannah More and Sanford and Morton has recently been proved by a little sevenyearold girl who was laboriously spelling her way through a reading lesson Always speak the trutl she parentsIXevcr nn scream about the house At the tablc eat slowly not inn greedy manner like a pig Suddenly the little girl shut the book with a portentous bang and announced with firmness and decision Im not going to let any old Third Reader boss me like that Rochester Herald Dodging tho Question It is dangerous to possess n rep utation for superior knowledge or wisdom It is hard to live up to it Next in importance to knowing everything perhaps is to be ranked the ability to conceal ones ignor nneeIBrown jaid tones Smith and I here have had a dispute and have agreed to leave the decision to you Which is right Tomorrow is Fri day or Tomorrow will be Friday Today is Saturday isnt it said Brown after somo reflection Yog Titan neither one of you is rightAnd ho waved them aside A Swindlo Old Farmer No I dont want any more of your labor saving ma chines Ive tried enough on om typewritinher egg turdbutter money on to huv for me cause I aint so over handy with the pen Just look at the swindle FriendWhats the matter with it Old Farmer Matter Why you cant even write yer name with tho bloomin thing unless ye know how to play the planner London Telegraph They Faith of a Celestial A Chicago gambler whose first name was George used to visit n Chinamnnsestnblishl11cntnnd smoke opium and gamble almost thedme 10 Thanks Ill come in and pay you tomorrow noon if Im alive And out he went with the money About 3 oclock the next gamblereaid Hip where is George today wipedhishlallFeqnd replied George him ltl l dh f r h to adtL 1 1 I GRLYLE ONyJUSTIGE j to If t Nothing Is Ever sciUI dlJnthlt h i Settled Right Front Carlylos Past and Present Parchment records fixed forms arid poor terrestrial justice with 6f without horsehair what j ano man will not rcVerenco these P Vnd yet behold tho man is not I IIalonec of and learned sergeant eloquence were it- contirumedtill j time learned uc j indefatigablejust just I The grand question still justIfget harbor for itself or continue toIhave footing in this universe was made by other than one unjust I salutingOreeit to the four winds with all man ncr of quilted trumpeters and pur suivants in the rear of theni never j so many gibbets and hangmen it I will 1IFromi God above there are voices bid ding it away away I Does it take no warning Does it stnndt strong in its three readings in jts gibbets and artillery park Time more woe is to it the frightfulcr woe It will continue standing for its day for its year for its century doing evil all the while But it has one enemy who is almighty Disso lution explosion and the everlast ing laws of nature incessantly advance toward itnnd the deeper its rooting more obstinate its continu ing the deeper also and huger will its ruin and overturn be In this Gods world with itsI wild whirling eddies and mad foam perI ed dost thou think that there is therefore no justice It is the fool hath said in his heart whatI what the wise in all times wise because they denied and knew forever not to be I tell thee again there is nothing else but justice i Tho OGormans Rcart Major OGornum the man of stupendous girthand volcanic voice was a notable figure in the house of commons He was rode scribably funnysays Toby M P the real Irishman in flesh and bloodanda good deal of both whom Charles Lever used to draw When he stood up the house began to laugh If he coughed it hilariously diccred When he cried lear hear everybody roared He way the only man who could al ways Li relied on to make Dizzys phinx ike face relax into a smile The major there was only ono ma jor in his day said many a witty thing but the cleverest of them all was his retort to a member who querulously demanded in time house I t Why arc Irishmen always laying I bare the wrongs of their country Because thundered the OGor I man they want them redre = sad IWhcro Ho Stood Ou- tlOne day at a dinner party Thom 1118 liaikoo tolls us in his diary John Wilson Choker who was nothing if i not dogmatic flatly contrmlicted tlC old Duke of Wellington about some incident in tho Waterloo cum I paign Time duko gave up the point courteously Shortly after till dis cii3sion fell upon percussion clipsI and Croker again flatly contrudiet jod the hero of Waterloo My dear Croker said tho duke I can yield f j to your superior information on I perhapsknowI j passed at Waterloo than myself but j as a sportsman I will maintain my point about the percussion caps j Generosity liobccca aged five who claimed a handsome heavily bearded young i man a neighbor for a sweetheart urns asked by a young lady if she would not give her a claim also on time young man No said Iebccca positively I want him all to myself i But wont you givo me a part of himjust little bit pleaded tho i young lady You see I havent any sweetheart j Well answered Rebecca deliberating and somewhat softened hy I the appeal you may have his j whiskers Harpers Weeklyi j What Is a Cold Bath comparativelyhigli PeoIi Time test is in tho bath Ifa man comes out of it in a glow as ho- should he has touched his own preferential temperature If ho I i hehadthcJI Dabbs in Frys Magazine1 I IY v i J- w t + to Rt- i r L 2 J I 51t E ut c til 7 irjttVIIEN you SNC tl J itt want tnU are BITMO l tcit bird Least or tart JtAsi y haIt Sots count by brull tiloTryr nI I CURACY Or lnq I J Rifles Shotguns Pistols I Art jour Ueacf In 1 I send 4p1ln llarinl I I I CatuogUyoucaanreutsin I we jhlu ritrect tf r tua4etKwokcfreetipreu prro r an n ene for present and rtctlrrocalatIP to r c tie x 000cr Beautiful three eoior Aluminum Hunger will be forwarded lor 10 cents in stamp J Stevens Arms Top CoM- PO Eos 4036 C TOOPSE PALLS ZASSUBA n I O uffw J2J 357 OR 3C ABears the1l Kind You llama Always BougM SignatureWhat 1u- Can Do For A LkElyseAU Is quickly oibed Glyes Relief at OnceI 7 oKEID It ciortnsea soothes heals 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All Good Honest Wor- kn 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I + M r + I 1 THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co 1 c v WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE Iff U8fl j ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN i X HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOMEc OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD r 1 oU I l tJf BE V1THOUT THEM WHEN IN I jk REACH j + o MHE0R1 Manager t ++ + + tt 7f 1 1IKE1IIE REPUBLICANI j It- t Ii f I rt 11 i t Lj N u Ii THE SILENT OPINION J V hat Men Think of Women and WOe men of Men ilontopiI1bus in about men Thero arc certain types of face certain of man ner Certain methods of expression oven for which many men and wo men are utterly condemned in the minds of sonic of their brothers and sisters A disposition to dislike cer tain types of face is nt times so strong as to suggest a previous ex istenceWe do not openly saY that all women with such and such eye brows are hard hearted or that a manmust ho a charlatan if the col or of his eyes and hair contradict each other But rte net continually upon notions hardly less unreason able Educated men with small vo cabularies for instance arc divided as a rule by clever women into Cools by birth and self made fools according to whether their want of equipment be ascribed to nature or to affection To tho first they are indifferent To the latter they have almost always a more or less active dislike Such men are often able a fact their own sex invariably recognize The man whoso words arc few and illchosen may be a man of prompt andreasoned action who having been brought up among tho silent wise or the garrulous silly depre cates the waste of pains occasioned by the game of talk All mental athletics bore him just as physical athletics bore others In the same way the fact that n j malt pretends to know no more words than a savage may be a mat ter of awkward though genuine hu militya fear of pretending to a culture ho does not possessor an aIIt may have no more to do with his real mind than an ugly or nn illcut i coat Circumstances will some times convince even a clever womanI of these facts so far as a given man is concerned but she will never I alter her silent opinion as to the generality Clever women are very hard on the men they imagine to be fools Able men on the other handare not at all hard on women they know to bo stupid Where youth and beauty arc concerned the fact is easily understood But youth and beauty by no means explain the whole of this phenomenon Many men arc inclined to think that the kindof mental power in women which we colloquially call brains exists in inverse ratio to their com mon sense and serves only to carry them with fatiguing rapidity through verbal fallacies to n false I conclusion London Spectator i BERNINIS FOUNTAINS The Way the Great Artist Helpedtoj Beautify Rome In 1029 Bernini the fatuous Ital an architect painter andsculptor ivho was one of the architects ofi St Peters turned his mind to an other branch of ornament for Home Many of time most bCllutifulIfountains had already structed In the preceding century Cardinal Ippolito dEste had made iis famous garden at Tivoli con raining no less than 360 Many of i These were on a very largo and climb rite scale and it seems very prob iblo that these which in Berninis imo were still in good preservation nay have inspired him to emulate heir splendor Ho certainlyoften visited Tivoli as he was employed to report on sonic new waterworks constructed there and there arc the j remains of one fountain which ap pears to have been added about this time and in which a seventeenth century portico is supported by columns similar to that which Bernini copied for his baldacchino How ever this may be in Rone Bornini may claim to bo the creator of the monumental fountain a feature so conspicuous in the city Who that loves Homo but will ac knowledge a debt of gratitude to the man who set the Barcuccia or open boat at the foot of the Spanish steps who reared the dripping Tri ton draining hisconch shell on high on tho piazza of tho Barbcriui P Who will not thank him for his gift splondid plunging horse its reckless prodigality of space and material its wealth of spouting streams P For although erected many ears after MoaenclPrince Doria possesses his sketch for central group At intervals all through the remainder of his life ho found time to add to their number and Rdmo owes to him no teas than twelve of her founts They meet us in all parts of the qity In the Piazza jtfavona the little sea gods blow their horns around tho Countain of time Moornndthd colossal forms symbolical of theFpnr t- Overs recline in sicepy grandeur garacns are all marked by the same fertile concopHpnFortnightly How to Live Well Be courteous to all but intimate with few nndlcirthdse few be well tried before you give thorn your confidence The friendshipis a plant of slow growth and must undergo and withstand the shocks of adversity before it is entitled to the pellation Lot your heart feel for the afflictions and distresses ofIery one and let your hand i proportion to your purse remembering always the estimation of the widows mite that it is not every 9110 that asketh that ileservoth charity All however arc worthy ofI the inquiry or the deserving may suffer Do not conceive that fine clothes make fine men any more than fine feathers make fine birds A plain genteel dress is more ad mired and obtains more credit than i lace and embroidery in time eyes of the judicious andsensibleGeorge Washington in a letter to his neph 2W Bushrod Washnig 1783 in Scrap Book It all the They ShavedIgust 1838 an signed by the king of Bavaria forI bidding civilians on any whatever to wear pretextII jommnncling the police authorities j to arrest the offenders and shave j them by force Apparently this was not necessary for according to a Trench account of the time mustaches disappeared immediately like loaves from the trees in autumn Everybody made haste to obey the royal order and not one person was arrested The ancient Anglo Snxon was not so obedient lie wore long hair anda mustnche though no beard and when ho was conquered by the clean shaven Xor man he wore his hair longer than ever to exaggerate the difference i between the two races Geography How did you get on in school j today Ifobort Tired Child wearilyOh I wasI wrong in my geography again I forgot whether the Putumnyo join d the Amazon east or west of the oniluciico of the Maranon nnd lJcaale rivers Same Child years later husband and father What do you want to know my son Son struggling over a prinuir- tgeographyWhere is the Amazon river father Father after long reflectionIIl- mink its somewhere in Africa or isia I forgot which Pearsons Icekly Manna An investigator has published thei results of research into the origin and composition of the innnnn of presentlaydesert rely on as a menus of exist j ence both for themselves and their camels He maintains that it is n i kind of mushroom which under fai voraMo conditions of soil attains aI spodmenIIeighing sweet It is usually supposed thatI the manna of Scripture answers in its description very closely to the gal7anospc 1Vadye1 = Sheikh manna is collected j by the Arabs and sold to the monks of St Catherine who supply it toI the pilgrims visiting the C011entI Full Satisfaction- A j musician amid u young banker j were dining at a continental restaurant and a dispute raif high be tween them At last time musician a music hall star sprang up and pulled out a card which the banker at once accepted and put in his pocket Two days later they mot in a public park At once the mu sician exclaimed Sir you have not yet given me satisfaction P That I hive and to the fullest extent was the cool answer You gave me a ticket for your concert last night I went and sat out the performance to the end What more do you wantLondon Answers Bad Manners and Quick Wit The little viscount is receiving few friends in his bachelor quar ters Among them is Boireau The latter Having allowed his cigar to go out it without ceremony on tho carpet In order to give him a lesson in good manners the little viscount stoops to pick it up but Boil l1u feigning to misunder intention interposes feJlow And lie hands him the boxPnr- i Figaro S FLOWER OR BOOK The Lesson of Life That Is Depleted In a Tiny Raphael One of the most interesting Raphaels in the National gallery is a tiny drawing of The Knights Vision Hardly larger than a sheet of foolscap paper it yet has many of the qualities in all their pristine loveliness and radiancy that we have learned to look for in the earlier and the finer Ituphucls On the ground lies the knight asleep Near him stand two female figures the one offering a flower the other a book while in the background one sees one of those adora ble little Italian landscapes that are half the charm of the old pictures The flower or the book the prim rose path of dalliance or stern wis dom the talc of this choice runs through all our history Herakles has the same talc attached to him Meditating in a solitary place alone upon what use to put his marvelous strength to two women I appear to him Vice and Virtue eachrepresenting the advantages Itjcompletely life is at all points aI a dailynayan Ihourlyrenewing choice 10 a definitely di rected will or an easy drifting with weImornlllg Life undirected life that is not held taut to an ideal an object over a bit beyond the grasp is the life that becomes a bore that slack ens hold on all things and drops wearily into whatever channel is near and runs its course to the end Harpers Weekly REAL STATEIf you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real EstateI for sale list it with us buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us Note These Bargains Ninety acres of land on Rough river near Clear Run 3 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 2 miles from Green river li 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 acre All out buildings and good water Price reasonable One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm consisting of 93 acres good hill land yrood dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain 90t acres near White Run adjacent to the I C R Ro half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor nation 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 andoutbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information furnished on application 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch 1 C R R 70 acres up land bal bottom will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About 60 acres in timber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance on easy payments New two story frame dwelling in Hartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 foet front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fred rica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain The 84 acre tract of land recently purchased by J H Hickman of Ow nshoro from the trustee of H C Powers situated in the Concord neighborhood five miles east of HartfordList property with us We will find a buye- rBARNRTT X SMlTfl- Republican Office Hartford iS l r aro caused by Indigestion If you eat a little too much or you aro subject to attacks of Indigestion you havo no doubt beatsheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to expandswelland puff up against tho heart This crowds and inter feres with its action and in tho course of time the heart becomes diseasedjI jFordigests what you eat takes the strain off of the heart and contributes nourishment strength and health to every organ of tho body For Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Inflammation of tho mucous membranes lining tho Stomach and Diges tive Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach- i mebymaklnzmy Immet1JateMRS LORING NICHOLS Penn Yan N Y II had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I heart trouble with it I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about tour months and It cured me- D KAUBLE Nevada O Digests What You Eat Billtrci IndlgMtlon prepared at the Lab lour itomteh belch ontarr of ECDtWJtt ins of su etc A Co Chicago USA Solil by X WAYXK Ultlt FIN Cumbeland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co t 1IlrllrU tell dune S nothing the nIntH with my business I have ihe Cuiubci land Telephone in my itraidence md 01 business My buitiefs hall Increased arid my wifrn voice is never hemd to rumble about the Tele phone Yours fur m oistrvlce and gentlemanly competition T JI fflORGANMgr- W aI 1 II Oho CountyCircuit Court TlMllrkhmiil Judge Hon D ItlDottoniey Osnr Mlilklff Jullerj Ed Q Harms Clerk Krink L Fells ilnMter COD RnA Ilrutfher L 1 irowOcr E II 51 a win Grant ManduyluweekHnnd third Moinlnv In Mny and VovHtnlitjr two week STlnItold rCourtfonvBUf first Monday In each month I 3londajInhtnuoryCourt of CliiliiMCuii veiled first Monduy In Jan OctoberOtherI hewvsaSchoolj Corom rllno I uctlccs Coca A X ilnrriKis lleuver Diini March H June 23 SIphmher 24 1111111 S4- VI l MillTlliii t IlniiiiliMi ixJi c Jim as I Si tfllf I rl7l U 1HMMI II I W 1lhmu I 1 nl1Lhi JmSB Sw- ltllllittr 1U II iuiitUl 17 JIIlISIIIoIIIIII s CbIIbtoln UlHlaINlvll lIw HtIIIHIII cr is lKMml r Si- llfiiMri Ilendur eatlltowIIIIr JURot C Nj iiin pi 20 Irnlr to- Jihn II4IHM ituiliriMi k Ml Jrlw 3ii septeuIsrr nN Ilse nds 4L- Z 4t=ota 9ce Cmtisrs K It qeddlbtlndg J K iiimti City At tn Seth UIIMIHI Mnilml 4 iart 1111 i fnN iiiiiil Jltiniiv In IIhon tli 1 ou CnrM fCbnruh soil111Servnes tlilnl Siiiulij eiiiO month at II am and 7p niiind Macon SIt odny Ht7 p in Prayer ueltlng every Wviloui diiy IVtMiliiK lieu J A 1It 1nstu- ellnptIMIIiiirchSerrtrshdd Saturday nigh hefniv heionil Suniliiv Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday anil siindiiv nlclit Imvur iiitHn evory ThniHdav IVcnliiK Itev All ardu r lliontliat C I pnstnrIlied iniHtnr School TrilHlwH Hertford i M Cin e J s illfuii tlinlliv Ford C Jl Knriiitt Dr K ttj 1eiidletnnIXvfouiiill II Ullllain Miiyor G llrLTotte clerk It IM siinmuriiiiin 111111 IVliiljton A II White Wni lmr Will HHHQ Dr1 WT vlnrSecrfft G iloxio A O II W IIIHIN liiKt Had tlilrn KrinHj utghtlu WHll III nil III Hartford lmlue o nil K Jt A ttnalu n Monday night In miili innntti lartford1ent Xnci ICinirlitiof the 11bws fverv Tlinr dav night IItllllAh Illver loilueNo ID Kiiluwtnevery Tuemlny night Preston Mnrlon 1iwr No 4 IIA lilioiii rN ular meetings Nntnrdny helnreryrkl snnrhv4 aer11 month PROCURED AND DEFENDED 8endmodel drawing orototoreIWrtsearc and free report c Free ad Ice how to obtain patent trade mart y COUNTRIESBusl Bent moHtyantioftotthtfatint Patent and Infringement Practice Exclusively Write or come to ui at OU Klntlj Btmt opp Vltl4MaMti hUoH bfle WASHNMON DC = i1 == co i = u f I v ti toy 1 fv I 1 1 I 1 1 f L L y i + y 1 ittf 1i t IV r l r A1 A ft J rt i tV t y i l ir 1 fL c u Ib r S tt h J i C iiir = u A 11LE NONS SEII th Captain Knew About Old Jim Hoke I 1- 11 w iedto ask you he chipped tht sca captain was telling I w rI wanted to ask you if in waxr wanderings you ever tame c t WBsass nt old salt named Hoke x rWMtjJim Hole queried the wgfeain Yes Jim hole a short and 9iiatf backed fnan Didl hehave redhair and aca- stits eye 2 ielid Was his left thumb gon- e9t was You must have met Yak 5 certainly have Was ho any laifigtoyou He was my brother sirIC You dont say 1 Well he sailed vE f me on my last voyage and I snEtrtoll you brother or no broth orjpiliat Jim Hoke was no gentle UBttnrrHo was fur fur from it captainUWfiy down tooK to tho yawl After wo had iiwutlcriocking about for fourteens wegot short of grub and drew 9 S Itffoll upon your brother Jim- laalie1or the benefit of the rest of tsj butfftvhile we were giving him Gxmerto Settle his mind and prepare fic thobliange what did the cuss do lint go overboard and let the sharks artliimTip You are his brother snrdyoiilook like a decent man but Ifin telling you that we put it to rote then and there and it was raranimonsly curried that Jim Hoke ass a good deal ofa durned hog and mighty little of a gentleman Washington Post Caught WaddlesSo you had to work for jjwrr dinner What made you offer tE- TattersWhen I went up to the- aaorl didnt see any wood in sight 11111when I got inside the kitchen tIe ladYwas washing and sibInado sneiturn the wringer for two hours Detroit Free Press Those Girls George is awfully stuckon GrilccV uYIJ5 and Grace will find that aaekiatuck ifshe marries him Brooklyn Eagle Figuratively Speaking GrceJ ingBaldwin says he has nafiguresBrowningPerhaps not but he seems to have eyes for them all tightrucningHows that Browning IIe invariably occu pieg u front seat at burlesque shows Chicago Xews The Only Difficulty Docs Bliggins know anything marketties way the market is going The only dif ficulty is that he cant tell when it is going to start or what it may do WashingtonStr Began Late Miss Ascum Miss Sbre tells me dies is only twentythree Doesnt I youMissstrange It Trould seem to indicate that she Tusnt born until her tenth birth I i day or so Philadelphia Press Time For It girlIasked Mrs Wise re Why replied Mrs Hiram Of ten how did you know I had a i new oneWhy its over a week since I i a saw you lastIIouston Post 4- f Had Wished It Probably T could die waltzing he said y Didany of your partners ever xprcss the hope that you would I PC gasped after he had almost cashed one of her feet by stepping on iVChicago RecordHerald Too Earjy Yet flow are the new football rules F wig to work r Wccant tell until the li tsof iiiSS and wounded begin to come4 ipdPJudge 4I 4 FOR THE LITTLE ONES 1 The Game of Orchestra Iiia Jolly Evening Pastlmo T A jolly stunt for an evening in the house is a family orchestra Choose one person to serve as conductor Let everybody else sit around her in a circle each one hav ing agreed to imitate a certain instrument which he has chosen forI his ownone a flute another a vio lin another a drum etc The conductor raps with his bat on a cane or umbrella and as he raises it for the start let every per former give out the first note of his imitation instrument Perhaps a measure or two of some familiar selection like Lohen grin can be given in this why altogether Then the conductor canI callon this one and that one toI give a solo part and impose a fine upon him if he giggles or breaks downIgreat a Marvels of Sight The greyhound runs bysight only The carrier pigeon flies its hundreds of miles homeward by eyesight noting from point to point objects that it has marked or so at least it is thought The dragon flyI with 12000 lenses in its eye rapidity idly darts back not turning in the air but with a clash reversing the action of its four wings and instan taneously calculating the distance of the objects or it would dash it self to pieces No one can tell inI what conformation of the eye this power consists A thousand mosquitoes lance up and down in theI sun with the minutest interval be tween them yet no one knocks another headlong on the grass or breaks a leg or a wing long and delicate as they arcIA Peanut Party To give a peanut party is not a 11shouldmay be written on small paper AI peanut should be token from the shelland the invitation rolledand put within A baby ribbon may be tied to the peanut and the other end fastened to a card with the name of the guest on it When the guests come the first game would be a peanut hunt The evening should be spent in amusements with peanuts Peanut contests could be given such as how many peanuts could be grasped inI one hand and who could shell ten peanuts the fastest without break ing the peanuts Twirl the Plate The players seat themselves in a circle and each takes the namo of some town or flower or whatever uponOne placesitout as he does so the name which one of the players has taken The person named must jump upand seize the plate before it ceases spin ning but if he is not very quick it will fall to the ground and he must then pay a forfeit It is then his turn to twirl the plate- Conundrums What is the difference between a man with black hair and one with a bald head One is crow shade crocheted the other is nit knit When is a sailor not a sailor When hes aboard When is a soldier encamped like a studious child When intent The Magic Octagon Out ofa piece of stiff cardboard cut four of each of tho three designs shown in Fig A and so join then together that they form an 3 DBt 4- t 5- n t- t s TAOONIFIG ATUE 1IECES FJO B octagon figure The pieces num bered 1 arc to be fitted together in tho center the pieces 2 and 3 being placed alternately round tho pieces haveIj iiclclphin Ledger Fun With Pumpkin Seeds Dont forget to save the pumpkin cccds for they make very pretty necklaces when they are strung to i ether with a needle and strong cot j bythreadingand putting black beads between I them RiddleI and short t Reads backward and forward the same It expresses the sentiments warm from heartjr cll1tcnCAnswerEc ALL OVER THE HOUSE A Couple of Recipac For Keeping Clder Sweet v Allow threefourths of a pound of sugar to each gallon of cider the whites of six eggs well beaten and a handful of common stilt Leave it open until fermentation ceases then bung uprlns process ft deal= cr of wide has used for years arid always successfully says tho Bos ton Another way to keep cider sweet is to allow it to work until it has reached the state most desirable to the taste and then add one rind a half tumblers of grated horseradish to each barrel and shake up well This arrests further fermentation After remaining a few weeks rack off and bung up closely in clean casks Wax For Hardwood Floor Melt half n pound of beeswax and add to it a quart of turpentine which has been made more than blood warm by standing in an outer vessel of boiling water for fifteen minutes closely covered Mix well stir in half a cupfulof ammonia fit on a lidset the vessel containing the mixture back into the pot of boiling water and at the side of the range to keep hot while you are using it It is better for being warm all the tinge you are applying it Hub into the floor with old flan carpetingbrussels Gilt Frames and Oil Paintings Gilt frames may be revived by carefully dusting them and then washing with one ounce of soda beaten up with the whites of three eggs Scraped patches might bo touched up with any gold puint Castile soap and water with proper care may be used to clean oilpllintI ings Other methods employed without some skill Brass Polish To make a polish for brass take onehalf pound of prepared chalk three ounces of turpentine three ounces of benzine and one ounce of liquor of ammonia and thorough ly mix together Shake the bottle well before using and apply with aI sponge allowing the mixture to dry before rubbing with a flannel to polish Use For Old Velveteen Old pibces of velveteen should after they have served their orig polishingclotllspose of wash leather forplate clean ing etc perfectly and save buying anything fresh Wash the velveteen cloth as often as needed in soapy water and hangout to dry iTo Pick Ducks After picking the feathers off roll the duck thoro hly in powdered rosin for a few minutes dip carefully in hot water and hurry it to the air With a gentle rubbing the duckwill be free from down nndI pinfeathers This treatment may haYingdownThe Frugal Japs A college professor who had spent four years at Yale and two in Berlin acquiring his foreign ed ucation lives with his wife at Ki oto a city in a rented house hav ing a little garden at a totalcost of 465 yen a year or about 233 This is divided as follows Rent 120 house tax 5 servants wages 15 fuel 13 light 5 clothes 25 and food 50 His salary is 400 and ho is applying 100 a year to the debt ho incurred to obtain his education A people who can conquer domestic problems terrorsIdebt Boston Globe Paid For His Temerity Marshal von Wrangel is one of theGermannoticed that a young cavalry lieu spursthat promptlyIto the self sufficient school of offi cers took it upon himself to point weutringmy son Was thefreply You can do just twent3four hours extra for my shortcomings j a t THE SINGER 1 OR Wheeler Wilson If in need of a Singer or Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machine I will bring one to your house and show you the work and make prices to suit the times on easy payments Also have repairs for all makes 6 machines Office at my residence patronagesolicited Hartford Ky I II f t Y t L Quarterly Report r jFTHE= ROCKPORTl- D isit a BankA- T THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON TilE 31ST DAY OF DECEMpER 1906 RESOURCES Leans aid Discounts 37590i Overdrafts secured H None Overdrafts unsecured 04 70 Duo from National Hanks S8 057 25 N Dim from State Hanks and bunkers 843982 780057 Banking huueand lotf 250120 Specie 81 87174 Currency 8 32100 409374 Other items carled ns cash 122 05 Furniture und Fixtures J222J80 Total5463038LIABILITIES casb1600002Surplut 870Depositscheck on which interest Is not puld28S1 78 Time of deposit on which Interest is paid1505068 88887 40 Total 5403088 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder sun company or firm lncludIlug In the liability of the com parry or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 oer cent of capital stock act sally paid In and actual aunt of surplus of the bankNonehi- ghest M amount of indebted ness of any director or officer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of bank See Sec 588 Kentucky Stat utes None Does amount of indebted ness of any person company or firm Including in the lia blllty of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereon exceed 80 per cent or paidup capital und actual surplusNqAm- ount of last dividend 81300 00 Were all expenses losses in terest and taxes deducted declaringdividend than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period coy ered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before saidIdividend was declared See Sec 590 Kentuckys tatutes i STATE OF IENlUOKYtssCOUNTY RockportDeposit1nr business on Main Street In the town of Rockport In sain county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is lu all respects a true state mcnt of the condition of the said Hunk at the close of business on the 31st day of Dec 1900 to the best of his knowledge and belief and fur ther says tnat the business of saidI Bank hIs been transacted at the lo tuition named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made In com pllance with u i official notice received from the Secretary of State deslgnat ing the 31st day of Dec 1900 as the day on which such report shall be madeSubscribed and sworn to before me by E L Dupuy the 1st day of Jan 1907 L REID CountyMy 20 1910 E L DUPUY Cashier W P ILEU Director Louis ROOKKS Director J E MADDOX Director Quarterly Report OF THE BeaWFllal1 DepositBank At the Close of Business on the 31st Day of December 1906 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts515051932 Overdrafts unsecured 80277 One from National 05405074Dueand Bankers 4581000 9980074 Bunking House and Lot 150000 Other Stocks and Bonda 15000 Specie 289090 Currency 1001800 1291490 Furnitures and Fixtures 50000 Total 1 20574778 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 25000 00- Surpius Fund 8 000000- Undivided Profite1710G2De-posits subject to I check ou which in terest is not paid 10943019 Time Certificates of Deposit on which interest is paid 11285102 22178121 Unpaid Dividends 126000 Total 20b74778- SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of iudebtedne88i-of any stockholder person cow or firm including id the- liability of the or firm 4 lid iuioility of the individual members thereof or indebtedneesfUl stock actually paid iri and totaal amount of surplus of the nk i i t None Highest amount i oflndebtednessM lL Itc L 0 Idf 040t of any director orofflcer it amount of such ludebtednesa exceeds 10 per bent pf capital stock of bank See See 583Kentucky Statutes i None Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including hu the 7lahilitp ot theI v or firm the jlablit the individual members thereof exceed 80 per cent of the paid up capital und actual surplns t No- Amount of last dividenda 123000 Were all expenses Josses interest and taxes deducted there from before declaring dividend aud WitH not 1M than 10 percent of oat profits pf the bank for thy period covered by the totbesurplustnnd declared t See Section 590 Ken tncky Statutepyes STATE OF KENTUCKY j ss 1JnoHsit Bank a bank located and doing business on Main street in the town of Beaver Dam in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condi thin of the said bank at the close of business on the 81st day of December 1000 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the lo cution named and not elsewhere tend that the above report is made in oom pliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 81e day of December 1000 as the on which such report shall be made byTnoJan 1007 J M PORTER Notary Public Commission expires Feb 0 1010 JNO H BARNES Cashier GEO H BARNES Director- F O AUSTIN Director- A K LEACH Director Quarterly Report of the Ohio County Bank At the Close of Biusl ness on the Oist day of Dec1906 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 4521740 Overdrafts secured 261853 Overdrafts unsecured 16080 Due from National banks 274467 Banking house an lot 500000 Other real estate 250000 Oher stock and bonds 305038 03502CurrencyExchange for cleainings 38058 Other items carried as cash 0 2564 Furniture and Fixtures 50000 Current Expenses last Quarter charged off Debts in suits 109086 Total 6837388 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 1350000 Surplus Fund I v 13500 Undivided profits f 911j Due depositers as fol lows viz Deposits subject to check 1 on which interet is not I 455272Timeits on which interestsIpaid 4421250 Due State Banks andBankrs 17706I Capital stock not paid Total 6837388 HUFILKMKNTAIIY 1 IIIgbfHt amount ol Indebtedntf of nay stockholder person company or nrm In eluding In the lliibllltv of the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof directly or Indirectly It such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital forkiactually paid In and nctuul amount of sot plus of the bank None jHee section tea Kentucky Statutes flr i Highest amount of Indebtedness otnriy director or olHoer Unmount ot such IndAitl edncus exceeds lOperfeiit of pnldup capital Stock of banki1 None Sell Section JK3 Kentucky Statutes 4 Haw 8 Banio BecBrad 6 Dues amount ot Indebtedness of nay person compahyjor rtrm In4adlng In IhlIn bl of the company or firm ot the Individ ual members thereof exceed 30 percent of paidup capital and nctunflIurllluIl1No If no state umountof Buch Indebtedness 7 Were all expenses losses interest und taxes deducted throfrotn before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 percent ot net profits of the bank for the period cov ered by toe dividend curried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared = None declared See Section K 8 Kentucky Statutes State of Kentuckyee County 18 K Cox President Ohio County lIonkn hank located and doing in the of Hartford In said countybeing dulyin1orn says the foregoing report is In nil respects a true state meat of the condition of the said Bask at the cloy of business on the 31th day ot December 1900 to the best pf his knowledge and belief and further says that the huilnass of said Dank has been transacted At the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of Mate designating ihn Slit day of Jan100T at the day OR which such re port shall bo uade H RCox Preildeat Subscribed and sworn to before me iby 91- Ca tbarddar01Jai i u EIRDIEM WpopwABD N POC- Mr CommI d6aMptr Alga tD D1w JlKHur HALLi w EE HIXHIAD I Director ziWAYMRUrrlx f e v 4 it- l 1H rIoy Ttj yriAririulirerIyRepgr of the a u THE lhF HAHlfO rt 1 v ifi Attie c sv31stt- j bet 1906 M f J RESdURGESr ILoans and discounts 1828 l317rOverdrafts secured i7Due E Banks 4546441 w Due from State Banks 6249668 t and Bankers1703227 J Banking house and lot 300000 rSpecie 739094 I 1267594 a Currency 528500 Exchange for clearings 62562 and Fixtures 100000FUrniture Total 26480438 t t LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 4000000 IUndividedDue depositers as follows V viz i Deposit subject to v- on t which r not paid 100 2095402Time certificates checkI posits on which est is paid Unpaid dividends lGOUOQ Total 26480438- SUPPLEMENTARY C Highest amount of indebt edness of any stockholder personcompany or firm in of the t company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indIrect- ly if such indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actualamount of surplus of the bank None Highest amount of indebt7edness of any director or officer r if amount of such in j debtedness exceeds 10 per j InofSee Sec 583 Ky Statutes Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including intheliabil ity of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed capital No Amount of last dividend1600 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted declaringdividend than 10 percent of net prof its of the bank for the peri od covered by the dividend carried to the fund before said dividend was declared Yes StatuesStatessCounty John T Moore Cashier of Bank Hartford a Bank located and do ing busines in the town of Hartford Ky in said county being dulysworn says the foregoing report is inallo respects a true statement of the con dition of the said bank at the close of business on the 31st day of December 1906 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compli ance with an official notice received from the secretary of Statedesignat ing the 31st day of December 1906 as the day on which such report shall lie made tl JNO T MOORE Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by Jno T Moore the 3rd day of Jan uary 1907 AUftYT SMITH N PO C f 4 My coil nission as Notary Public expires March 12 191- 0JWFoRD 1 ROWANHOLBROOKDirs JNO C THOMASe Public Sales Saturday January 61907at the Era Taylor farm four miles East of Beaver Dam At the above time and place I will offer for sale at public auction farm of 260 acres as a whole or intftwo tracts Terms Onethird 4 r balance to suit purchaser bral1ontime with approved security IAt the same time I will offer Her a ses Cattle Hay Corn Farming Imv elements andMachineryHouseholdL and Furniture etonterms to suit purchasers with ap proved security I Sale begins at 10 oclock aW 4l 1 TAYLORP + t JBHyS f M