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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r ar a I ySe J rv k y r it + 1 7 S P r t I l- r I iWZ- k lak ro t f it f 4rft r thjxubIic n I Flejob Wok DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY 1 a Year jI I VpLXIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JANUARY 18 1907 No 27 r KY STATE UNION FRANKFORTatF Throughout41d Wext State Meeting To Be Held at Henderson One Year Hence The farmers of the Kentucky branch of the American Society of Equity rushed through a big program and completed the business of its third annual convention in pneday New officers were elected aCthe night session after the delegates had been filled up with a feast ofTreason and a flow of soul t ieth erwith something of a more sub stantial nature as the guests of the Business Mens Club The whole work of the convention jwas carried through with the ut mpst harmony and a determinina tioh to do something which will redound for the good of the great mass of the farmers who are the bone and sinew of this successful organization The delegates came ager to work for the success of their organization and to learn by Discussion and suggestion what can in the future to attain the object to which they as pireThe only change made in the offi cers was in the Board of Directors Words of commendation for the two leading officials the President and Secretary were heard on all sides and no one thought for an instant of suggesting any one ejse for the positions which the incumbents fill so InIdeedesteem and appreciation of their worth assistance was voted the President and the salary of the Sec retary who devotes all of histimeI to the Society was given a tial increase The convention remained in ses sion until midnight resoluting on various questions of interest which were brought up Twentyone del egates to the National Convention were named as the last business on the programIThe convention was called to or der in the Senate chamber by Presi dent David Moreland of Ohio coun ty Representative farmers chiefly tobacco men from all parts of the Commonwealth were on hand to take partin the proceedings Agricultural Commissioner Hu bert Vreeland delivered the formal address of welcome after the proceedings had been opened with an invocation by Rev C R Hudson of the Christian church Interest wasintense among the visitors and the hall was crowded to its utmost capacity Ah eloquent response to the speech ofwelcome was made by E L Da venport of Muhlepberg county and the convention got down to real work COMMITTEES APPOINTED After the minutes of the previous meeting at pwensborp had been read by the Secretary and approv ed President Moreland appointed the following committees the first famed being chairman i ResolutionsC M Barnett Ohio J DRakes Webster W T Nolan HenryConstitution and ByLawsH E Swain Henry T T Barrett Hen person George Davis Owen Organization of the State of Ken fcacky =Lewis ijlmcoCk Webster J Noble Marshall M Ci Rankin Henry M Fv Sharp Ohio L N ertson Daviess r confer with Delegates from k Labor Organizations J Hey GVy Grant WT Zee W McElrojyW C Miller D E tuart i Permanent Organization Walter ktherton McLean S A Franklin- n F F 3Brpwn HopkinsfC M Sb splendidJ n- r fobY financial report and also report showing the rapid increase in the membership He was given a vote of thanks for his good work and later on his salary was increased froirfSSGQ to 100 per month The President was also authorizedon account of the increase in work to employ the aidof a Secretary for such time as he may require The Committee on resolutions made the following report which after some discussion was adopt ed RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED Resolved First That we con gratulate the State Union on its very efficient management and rapid growth throughout the State es pecially upon its whirlwind cam paign and rapid organization in the White Burley district Second Whereas It has been re ported to this committee that a great hindrance to pledging tobac co has developed in the fact that the landlordshifts the pledging on his tenant and tIre tenant shifts the pledging to his landlord etc there fore be it- Resolved That we recommend that no landlord who is a member of the A S of E shall hire or con tract with a tenant who will not agree to pledge the prospective crop of tobacco and that no tenant a member of the A S of E will con tract to raise a crop of tobacco unless his landlord will agree to pledge said crop Whereas The American people are being imposed upon by reason of the fact that there is no regu larity in the rates charged by the various express companies therefore be ft- Resolved That we recommend that this body appoint a special com mittee to prepare a memorial to present to the Congress of the United States requesting an investigation and the enactment of the necessary laws to regulate all rates to be charged by said express companies on an equitable basis Whereas Grave and irregular mistakes are often made in financing large propositions and Whereas As the Burley District Society has already contracted a proposition of immense magnitude Resolved That we earnestly rec ommend that the greatest care and caution be exercised in selecting men to finance and complete the purpose Qf said society Resolved That we condemn in unmeasured terms the burning of tobacco warehouses at Princeton or elsewhere The destruction of prop erty inflammatory speeches and all forms of lawlessness have no place inequityResolved That we extend to the citizens of Frankfort and to the members of the Franklin county union our thanks for the hearty wel come which has been extended to the delegates of this body and for the uniform hospitality shown us during our sessions Respectfully submitted C M BARNETT JAS D RAIKES Com W S NOLAN The committee on perfecting pr ganization in the State recommend ed that the State organization have charge of all the organization force in the State- Committee on permanent organi zation recommended the following for State officers for the year and they wereunanimouslyelected President David Moreland of Ohio county VicePresidentM C Rankin of Henry count- ySecretaryS B Robertson of Mc Lean county State OrganizerL N Robertson of Daviess county Assistant State OrganizerM- F Sharp of Ohio county Board of Directors S BLee of Daviess BenWatson of Webster J H McConnell of Caldwell Dr J A Reed of Mason and H E Swain of Henry Af selecting Henderson as the J next place ofmeei lInd electing twent o tor meetingohsUpionadjourned L v Y t l- v r it K MANY INDIGNITIES FROM BECKHAM Have the Breathitt County People Suffered Farce Hargis Trial For Which Beckham is Responsible Ex ceeds Them All The Breathitt News published in Jackson has the following regarding the Hargis trial The people of Breathitt county have suffered many indignities at the hands of Beckham and his fol lowers during the past few years but the farce that has been enacted here during the past week in the name of the court has we think far exceeded anything that has ever happened in Kentucky or any other civilized country Such things as have happened here during this week under the guise of a court of justice cannot properly be described in print Ih our limited experience and observation this is the first court we have ever seen where the Commonwealth had abso lutely no rights at all We doubt that if in the history of Kentucky any instance can be found where a Commonwealths Attorney was re fused the right to have an indictment that he had written quashed when he stated to the court that the indictment did not conform to the facts or the proof to be presented The law is plain that the jury panels shall be drawn from the jury wheel or drum yet this court re fused this to be done and declared that he would have a jury selected from bystanders and then removed the Sheriff whom the people of this county elected without sufficient cause being shown for his removal and declared that he himself would appoint a special bailiff to summon the jury and announced that he did not know any of the people of Breathitt county and that he found that the people were divided and everybody lined up on one side or the other All these things and more were done over the vigorous protests of the Commonwealths Attorney and cocounselOther might have been committed had not the court been stopped in its mad career by a writ of prohibition issued by the Court of Appeals of Kentucky citing the Judge to appear at Frankfort next Tuesday to give an account of his actionsOur people are as law abiding and as good citizens as any in the State when they have a chance and they have endured more under the forms of law than any other people would have stood for Such proceedings as have been enacted here this week and on other occasions under the form of law tend to make our people lose respect for the courts where they wish to go to for and have aright to expect a redress for griev ances Our people do not wantanyboy persecuted or any innocent man punished All they want is that jus tice be donethat and nothing mbre For Sale A farmer of 120 acres on the Rochester and Rockport road two miles North of Rochester 75 acres Green river bottoms rest good hill 45 acres in fine shape for cultivation this year rest well kept Good dwelling and out buildings all kinds of fruit and one of the best water ed places in the county BARNETT SMITH Hartford Ky Aunt Julia Newton Dead Aunt Julia Newton a highly respected negro woman of the old schooll died at her home near Pleas ant Ridge on the 9th inst in the severity ninth year of her age Du- rulgthedaysofslavery she belonged to the family of the late Wm C Rowan and although in common with all her race her freedom was vouchsafed by the terms of Lincolns 1 J J j t f proclamation she was loath to exer cise it onaccount of the ties of love existing between her and the mem bers of her late masters family So to speak she was a mother to Mrs Abbie Ford of this place MrsFords mother having died when she was only a few days old and Aunt Julia then assumed the duties in cumbent upon her as the black mamma of the family Aunt Julia was constantly the recipient of tender care and atten tion at the hands of those she loved and had served so well to the last To the writer this sort of thing is indeeda beautiful sentiment L R B MARTIN Sheriff of Ohio Co who has received his quietus from county ulHTState I SHOULD NOT DELIVER WETT8BACCO I Is Not Fair to Mart Who De Ilivers in GoodCon f dition Mr Vickers who is in charge of the pooling house at Hartford has j received the following letter from Mr Barnard President of the Louis ville Tobacco Warehouse Co Owing to the continued wet season causing the extreme high order that tobacco must be in I am of the op inion that you should stop receiving all tobacco that is not in good order Tobacco that will bruise and dam age in hauling and handling will necessarily damage quickly in bulk I have no doubt a great deal of this kind of tobacco is now being deliv eredFurthermore the heavy loss in weight that will be made in redrying this kind of tobacco will cause the farmers to be dissatisfied with the loss in weight when the tobacco is sold and this shrinking in weight on soft tobacco is not fair to the matt who delivers tobacco in good condi tion as the tobacco is commingled and sold upon the same basis- I call your attention to this fact in order that each farmer delivering tobacco may be treated in the same way and upon a fair business basis You will especially call the atten tion of your grader to this letter as he should be responsible to the far mers and you are responsible to this companyI this letter in fairness to all parties I interestedI BARNARD Pres Lou Tub Warehouse Co Cumberland Co Enjoined The Cumberland Telephone Com panys effort to connect with the Rural Home Telephone Companys lines in Daviess county andsever them from the Central Home Com pany an independent concern has been blocked by a mandatory in BirkIheA few weeks ago as the report goes the Cumberland Company J without any notice of its action pro ceeded to disconnect the lines of the Rural Home Telephone Compa ny from those of the Central Home Companys lines and join them to theirs This was stopped by a tern porary restraining order issued by I Judge Birhhead at the time and on final hearing the order was made permanentI BRILLIANT OPENING OF HARTFORD COLLEGE Third Quarter Begun With Many New Students and Flattering Prospects The third term of Hartford col lege began Monday with flattering prospects Allof the students both old and new seem anxious to posI very rainy and the roads in a very bad condition there were thirtytwo new students who matriculated Mon day morning The new furniture and ajaratus that was ordered some time ago will be installed within a few days Prof Will S Taylor has acceped a position as a teacher in the collegiate department There are three regu lar teachers in this department and they are more able to come in personal contact with the students Last Friday evening the Adel phians held their regular quarterly election of officers The following officers were elected President J Ney Foster Secretary R W Tinsley Sargeant at Arms D 0 Brown Treasurer V B Patterson The society will give an open session at the college this evening All are invitedExaminations for the second quarter closed last week Most of the pupils did exceedingly well Monday morning at chapel exer cise Col C 11 Barnett and Rev A I B Gardner were present and both made interesting as well as in structive talks The theachers also made short talks and gave encouage merit to the pupils The names of the new students of the collegiate department are as follows Delmer Stuart Earl Smith Laurence Gary Leslie Greer Onis Greer ElbertGoodall Willed Ashby Ira Plummer Ernest Duke Everet Maden Daniel Beck Ethel Rains Alta Likens Ruth Hammons Nan nie Renfrew Katie Hawkins Arbie Brown Iva Cummins Kate Simp son Everet Lile Columbus King Lillian Patterson Anna Carter John Morton Mary Fulkerson Victoria BrackenThose who entered other depart ments are Albert Baughn Alsie Baughn and Veola Westerfield- A reception will be given to the students and patrons of the school Friday evening January 25 There will be a short literary program and the remainder of the evening will be spent in a social way r FOR THE BUSY READER The Ohio river continues to rise at the rate of two inches an hour at Cincinnattiand has passed the dan ger line of fifty feet M M The Appellate Court Monday de nied a rehearing in the cases of Guy Lyons and W R Fletcher convicted in Logan county of criminal assault and sentenced to death Gov Beck ham immediately fixed the date of execution for Friday February 15 rrThe Ohio River has cut a channel across the Big Horseshoe bend be tween Evansville and Henderson and is flowing through at a tremendious rate leaving the water in the harbor as quiet as a lake The city confronts the serious dnnger of being left five miles from the Ohio river r The snowfall in the Northwest is heavier than ever before The great Northern and other railroads are struggling against drifts twenty and thirty feet deep and trains are days behind time Part of the Soo line has been abandoned and the Cana dian Pacific in western Canada has suspended operaions The weather is severely cold ranging anywhere from 38 to 55 degrees glow zero A BreckenrUge Gi Hardluibur Democrat Amoco ijtra school boy Oscar Bram let breathes a rarer atmosphere than likelyinHe is seventeen years old and ha- T L reached the height of 6 feet 9 inches He wears a No 14 shoe pantaloons 38 inches in the waist and 40 inches in length and a n hat He weighs 221 pounds is well pro portioned and expects to grow to be 7 feet and 3 inches in height He is a jolly compaaion and one of the obedient and active pupils of Guth rie Tuckers school SMALLHOUS Jan 1GMrs Price Morton and Miss Ida Addington were the guests of Mr and Mrs V M Morton Liv ermore recently John Morton and Murray Fulker son went to Hartford last Monday to attend school =M Ball S E Hunter and Vig Morton went to Rockport last Mon dayMiss Alice Fulkerson is visiting at Central City Mr Harry Everley is the guest of Thomas Bishop and family at Ma tanzasW Overhults went toMatanzas SundayOwing to so much rain and mud the work on the railroad is not progressing very fast Lee B Overhults went to South Carrollton Monday John Pirtle and family of near throughherethey will make their future home GRAND JURY INVESTIGATING PRINCETON FIRE Report That Man Recognized Sev eral Members of the Mob Causes Excitement Princeton Ky Jan 15The cit izens committee which has for some time been investigating the action of the night riders here last month when two large tobacco warehouses were burned is contin uing its labors and it is believed with considerable hope of success The claim is now made by some of those who have been particularly ac tive in the inquiry that within a few days there will be enough evidence to convict a number of those who were in the party- Considerable excitement was caus ed here by the statement that a man whose name has not been made public was coming into town on the night of the raid and saw a large party of the horsemen riding into Princeton Fearing trouble he hid in a ditch by the roadside and as he did so he recognized a number of faces as they had not put on their masks This man will testify before the grand jury it is said if he is guaranteed protection Another man who will testify under the same conditions says he recognized several of the men as they were leaving town COUGH INSURANCE REXALL CUERRY JUICY is the most economical insurance against coughs you can get One large bottle will insure a whole family against coughs colds And grippe for a whole year Cheap insurance isnt it The first dosejust one tea poonful will relieve your cough fl four doses will stop your cough ij and a twentyfive cent bottls will breakup the worst cud you evtr had and we guarantee it like all the Uexall Remedies in that if you are not perfectly satisfied all you have to do is return the bottle and vt your money UEXAU CIIERHY Juics COUCH I SYUUP ii pleasant to take tart and tasty and children like it Per bottle 25cECc 1COV J H WILLl vlsi The R xallStoto 1a t+ 5 tt1In + Y tt 4- t 51 C 1 firj w Yf i j i C 4 J r i0 I L I I I LI r yti li1rW AyMNiMtrYlrlMiiVMIPMMd 999999 oo y kA t I I 1f 4 I I I CUR GREAT J UA- RIeniti i 1 t r ofglt jtvt J 3i VI tt t- R I L Dv i A PL I t L t J 1 1 iULLL 1 iIj 1 11r Still Conthuiues Through the Month o- ftANIARYI t Oora9t Pail To Visit the Biggest Embroidery Sale that Has J Ever l3eenon In Ohio County r 1v FIVE THOUSAND YARDS and over two hundred styles of pretty Nainsook Skirtings Corset CoversEdges and Novelty Bandsalsopretty Swiss Imatched sets of novel effects Without question they are the greatest values ever offered to our good people of Hartford and Ohio county We want every woman in Te county to see these values in Embroideries Dont take our word but come and see the goods and prices Had we not 2 purchased these goods early last spring we could not think of offering these beautiful patterns at the price we are offering them now owing to I the great advance in att Cotton Fabrics Now is the time for you to buy your Embroideries Then you have plenty of time to plan and make r them up before the rust is on and before the warm summer days are here We again invite you to visit us during this great sale and you will find r everything just as we tutve advertised r r 5 Clearance Sale of Gents Fur nismngs Mens Fine Juts diftfarxft styles and colros JKegular price 225 Clearance snJe J e188 Mens Fancy Shirts eJtrn naliiy rtgnlar price 1 r Clearance sale price 8iht Ions uptodateFjnr5BrHnnJTiesle Tir 3 patterns m regular price 75e Clenianra sstfe price 59c The latest Patent Ijantiun wnmetaY5ci KicrYeloire and Box Calf Shoes for 300ID regular 350 4 and 450 values Clearance snle prim 3 350 anti 1 8 Clearance Sale of Hosiery And Underwear Mun heavy Fleeced Imtersvear 50c v5JTjec cfeirrance sali price 39c Boys heavy Flouwl Ujc4fiNrtveir 25c cfrara 1ee sale jMiiu lc- WiIi unens cotton tilW filfaLed1 fleeced JJj5 iu Suits and Vtsts rogular price 1 fJeacanee falo prict f2 f- cWomens llooced oU6 Vstsr Pants ami Union Suits nguliir price 25c cle riliule price 20c Q Womens Missus 4133r i Iw6er 15c valuiw 4iesrance 1 ifI Hitlu prico 9c L Cle nm sate of Silks and Wool en Dress Goods 54Inch Black Serge Regular price 125 Clearance sale price 98c Black silk finish Mohair our 125 quality 44 inches wide extra special Clearance sale price 98c Fine Wool Broad Cloth black sold at 125 per yard 54 inches wide Clearance sale price 98c 52Inch Broadcloth Colors Navy Brown and Black Regular price 1 Clearance sale price 82ic Yardwide Taffeta Silks colors Black Navy Garnet and Creamregular price 125 Clearance sale price 98c Clearance Sale of Ladies And Misses Cloaks Most every style wanted Pretty checks Plain and solid colors Clearance sale price will be nearly one halfoflthe regular priceVe have too many of these to mention each price 150 Pair of Shoes displayedon tables good shapes good stock dont fail to see hem Clearance sale priceless than the wholesale price l w 200 Men and Boys Suits right uptodate regular 750 10 and 1250 Cleai rice sale price 550 789 and 998 t Extra Specials A good assortment of the lest brands of Prints clear ance sale price 5c A big lot of Remnants in Woolens and Silks Get our prices on these remnantsIPretty patterns in Biege and Henley Serge Suitings at clearance sale prices Extra Specials i Iwouldvalue clearance sale price 9c A big lot of Dress Ginghams regular lOc and 12cIvalue clearance sale price 9c + Extra Specials silkyfinish J Fine Satih Finish Table Linens 64inches wide pretty 49cNapkins I makeshandsome r work regular 150 value clarance sale price 98c t t tii k Q We wish to thauktr customers and friends for their liberal patronage for the year 1906 and wish a continuance of same through this new year 1sr 1907 Wishing everyone a happy and prosperous New Year we are yours for new and uptodate Merchandise at rock bottom pricestr 1 i If i LONG tCOMPANYS i r ECONOMY STORE HARTFORD KENTUCKY oo IAI J 1 r- rt b- r4 1 1 i I G V i 1 MVy 14- y fi Iw i y oi11 x i 111If THFABHSES fir 1 PQ TAX SYSTEM1 SuperToo Much Paid for Collecting r And officers Evade the Law to Make it More lit 11 Perry In HnnSentlnel Talkabout the tax on tea that precipitated the American Revolution the tariff tax the revenue tax or any other kind of tax There never jIIIwas a system of taxation as cumbersome as expensive as unjust as the- Kel1tuckysystem I want to give a homely illutra tion of one part of the system Mr I EasiToo Beet lives in Winchester any other town will do Mr E T B owns some property is the fath er of children The first official to call is the AssessorICMr E T B what do you ownAnsHouse and lot worth 1000 How many children have you between the ages of 6 and 20 AnsFour Other stock questions are asked and the Assessor departs The Assessor re ports to the County Court and a Board of Supervisors is appointed one from each magisterial district They go over the Assessors books and are supposed to correct any errors that have been made When their work is done the report isI sent to the State Board of Equaliza tion which is composed of one mem ber from each Appellate district When they get through after a hundred days at five dollars per day andexpenses the list is placed inI the handsof the Sheriff and Mr T Bcan call and pay his county i and State taxes The next official to call on Mr E T B is the City Assessor Exact ly the same questions are asked and the same answers given as in the case of the County Assessor A re port is made to the Council A city Board of Supervisors is appointed They do exactly the same work that has already been done by the Coun ty Board on the property that is in the city They report back to the Council the clerk is paid an extra fee for copying the list after which Mr E T B can hunt up the City Collector and pay his city and school taxesThe next official to call on Mr E T B is the school census taker em ployed by the Boad oft Education Mr E T B is required to tell how many children he has between the ages of 6 and 20 a thing that he has toldand sworn to twice before It is generally sopposed that the Sheriff and City Cllector each get ten percent on the first five thousand dollars collected and four percent on all abovo that that is not the way of it The fundsI are divided Ten per cent first five thousand for the State ten per cent on first five thousand for the county ten per cent on first five thousand for city purposes ten per cent on first five thousand for schools Total twenty thousand dollars on which ten per cent is paidMr E T B is also required to pay several poll taxes for the priv ilege of breathing He owes five hundred dollars on his home but he must pay taxes on what he owes and the party to whom he owes the five hundred must also pay Sum mary Three Assessors three boards of Supervisors two tax collectors Is there a remedy Yesone As sessor one Board of Supervisors one tax collector this collector to apportion to each division the amount belonging to that division and for his services receive two per tent lI had tried everything for baby until Dr Lyle recommended CASCA SWEET I can truthfully say it is the best medicine I ever used for babies My little baby was a mere skeleton from stomach trouble so bad that she did not notice any thing but is now entirelywell and we can almost see her grow Nan r nie L Taylor Bedford Va CASCA SWEET is sold by all druggists m Courtship Among Animals John florronghs In The Outing Magazine Another human trait t the seems ahnost universal among lower animalsis the coyness and reluctance of the female in her relations to the male Her first impulse is to re fuse and to flee She is as negative as themale is positive Among the j r t1 + t 1JJ M r J What Ails You Do you feel weak tired dcSpdndenfc have frequent headaches coated Umgtio bitter or bad taste In m rnlngIheart- burn bofching of gas acld risings In throat after eating stomach gnaw or Jjiirn foul breath dizzy spells poor variable appetite nausea ut times orI Kindred Symptoms- If yoTHyiyo any considerable number of th above toms you are suffering from lUoun q pld liver wIth I1IU- Ipsgestion bpe P e Golden airs icnl Drcco vjsmiule un of the most valuable m iii I principles known to medical science for the no nt cure 0 a norm I lo s It Iso ones efficient liver Invlgorator stomach tonic bowel regulator and nerve strengthener The Golden Medical Discovery Is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum a full list of Its ingredients being printed on its boltjcwrnpncr and attested under oath A glance at its formula will show that it contains no alcohol or harmful habitforming drugs It Is a fluid extract mado with pure triplerefined glycerine of proper strength from the roots of tho plnntsIMandrake root The following leading medical authorities among a host of others extol tho foregoing roots for tho euro of Just such ailments as tho above symptoms indicate IrofU Hartholow M n of Jefferson Mod College Ihlla Prof llC Wood M Dot Unlvof 1a IrofEdvrln M Hale M D of Ilahncmann Med College Chicago 1rof John 1C In p M D Author of American Prof Jno M Scud der M1 Author of Specific Medicines Prof Laurence Johnson M Med Inept Univ ofj N V Prof Flnloy Elllngwood M D Author of Materia Mcdlca and Prof In Dennett Medi I cal College Chicago Send name and ad dress on Postal Card to Dr It V Pierce Buf falo N Y and receive free booklet giving extracts from writings of all tho above medi cal authors and many others endorsing In tho strongest possible terms each and every In gredient of which Golden Medical DIscov- er ihr Pellets rogulato and Invigorate pnMedicalstomach liver and bowels That I i stipated Theyre tiny and sugarcoatedI birds there is something like regular courtship there is rivalry and jealousy and hostile collision on the part of both sexes With the birds the propagating instinct in the female is evidently not subject to the same law of recurring intervals that it is among animals Hence the female must be stimulated and won by the male He addresses himself to her in a way that is quite exceptional if it occurs at all among animals His aim seems to be to kindle or quicken her sexual and mating impulses In the case of mammals these impulses recur at certain periods and no I courtship on the part of the male is necessary When the cold winds dry and crack the skin a box of salve can save I much discomfort In buying salve look for the name on the the box to avoid any imitations and be sure you get the original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by all druggists m NEW PEOPLE IN- ARCTIC REGION Whaling Captain First White Man Ever to Penetrate Their Homei Details of the finding of a people on Prince Albert Land in the who had never seen white ArcticI given by the officers of the cutter Thesis who Icarne dIfacts from Capt Klinkinbcrg of the i steam whaler Olga who found i themLast winter when his vessel was I in the ice near Prince Albert Land Klinkinberg accompaniedi by an Eskimo started on a hunting trip He wept 250 a northeasterly direction over theI snow finding traces of human life Other whalers also had seen traces of natives in this region but never sighted them Capt Klinkinberg I came up with a hundred and fifty or more of them When they saw him they came forwad with copper knives and bows and arrows They held these above their heads and he pointed a aloneIThey became friendly and by means of signs Klinkinberg learned that other than one old woman who came from Prince William Land they never had seen white men previously lie visited the village and found about 600 persons all of whom lived by fishing and hunting They used most primitive utensils fashioned from bones and native copper Their dress was not like that of other Eskimos but similar to that of the Greenland natives made of soft tanned skins sewed with deer sinews They were no madic and their winter houseS were made of sod with an inner lining of skins and different in shape from those of other known tribes The only article seeminglybrought from civilization was a piece of steel evidently from some ship which was converted into a spearhead t I i ut I o- t J c i f T I THOUSANDS SAW WATER WALKER River Bank Lined With Peo pie Eager to See Has Had Much Unfavorable Weather id Contend With Prof Oldreive the water walker arrived at Owensboro last Friday morning on his forty days trip from Cincinnatti Ohio to New Orleans walking on the placid waters of the Ohio river When the whistle of the municipal water plant blew closely followed by the whistle of the Owensboro Water Works companys plant the people began to swarm the river banks from all parts of the city In an interview the water walker said I have been delayed by stong head winds I spent the night two and onehalf miles below Rock port on the Kentucky side We left there this morning at 15 min utes past 7 oclock For the last few days we have suffered considerably from the severe cold and from the stiff headwinds Mrs Oldreive has suffered more than I have Of course one would naturally get colder sitting in a skiff than walking We are behind our time and I do not know if we will be able to make it up I am trusting solely to the elements while in the Ohio When I get into the Mississippi I hope to make up my time with the aid of the rapid current In about a week I will know whether I can make the trip on scedule time or not We have had much to contend with in the way of unfavor able weather At this juncture of the interview oneofthe shoee sprung a leak and the professor was forced to get into the skiff with his wife and be brought to the boat The two shoes were then dragged out of the skiff and taken into the houseboat for repair The leak which had sprung in the toe of the right shoe was quickly patched with asphaltum The professor said that since coming over the falls at Louisville he had had trouble with j numerous leaks The shoes are covered with asphal tum and measure about three feet in length six inches in width and eight inches from top to bottom They are boxed like the hull ofa boat and have sharp toes so that they can be shoved through the wa ter easily The cedar wood of which they are made is about half an inch thick The interior of the shoes are hollow and in the opening the professor has places made for his feet While walking he shoves his feel along like one would do on skates andswings his arms to keep his balance which is he says very hard to do on a rough river After remaining on the levee for half an hour and taking pictures of the crowd he got back into the skiff with his wife at the oars where he again put on his shoes and started for Evansville He said that he would get to Evansville four hours behind his scedule In speaking of his time Profi Oldreive said that he could make for ty miles a day on this river He said that near Madison mud he made in one day fortynine and onehalf miles He seemed to think that he could easily make his trip on time and win his wager flr Food dont Because the stomach lacks sortie of the essential digestants or the digestive juices are not droperly balanced Tfyen too it is this undigested food that causes sourness and painful indigestion Kodol for indigestion should be used for relief Kodol is a solution of veg etable acids It digests what you eat and corrects the deficiencies of the digestion Kodol conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by all druggists m Gone Back to Good Old Names III was looking over the society column of my newspaper said a lady of the old school to the New Yorkcorrespondent of the Cleve land Plain Dealer and it did my heart good to see how people have returned to the good old habit of giving their girls names that stand for dignity poetry and the traditions of our race There was not a Sallie a Mamie or a Nellie in the list iii one an- Y q 1 I nouncement of a reception given by a mother on the coning out of her daughter there was 1 Dorothy 1 Alice and 1 Eleanor 2 Helens 1 Augusta 1 Elizabeth and thank heaven for ill one plain lovely and oldfashioned Mary There was a Lucy a Jane an Agnes and three or four Ruths It seemed to me almost as if I were reading a social roster of the respectable days of for ty years ago i I Mothers who give their children Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup I invariably indorse it Children like it because the taste is so pleasant i Contains Honey and Tar It is the I original Laxative Cough is unrivaled for the relief of croupi Drives the cold out through the bowels Conforms to the Na tional Pure food and Drug Law Sold by all druggists m WEARING APPARE MADE I OF REAL WOOD I Fabric Fashioned From Lumber May Soon be Familiar Feat ure in our Stories The old saying of giving a man a white pine overcoat meaning thereby the covering provided by the undertaker as a last and outside shell is likely to be realize in a more practical way and for the living for clothing is now being made from woodor more strictly speak ing wood pulp The extreme cheap ness and durability of clothing made from this material is a very impor tant item and will solve the question of cheap clothing for the working fabIricsof hemp though this fiber is scarcely to be called wood for it is separated j from the woody matter of the slack in practically the same manner as is the fiber from flax butbeingcoarse longer and not often used for any thing but coarse cloth bagging etc The material for wood clothing is a different process the wood being ground and macerated to a pulp and when of proper consistency the mixture is forced through holes in iron plates coming out in long strips from onehalf to onequarter inch in I thickness While moist these strings are very easily broken but when dried and tightly twist ed and then woven into fabric they become strong elastic and dur able Ere long the department stores will have wood clothing for sale on their counters even if merely to show they are keeping up to the times Aid thus another and a very large use for timber and lum her looms up but in this case culls and waste stuff can be used princi pally pine and supruce Little touches of backache should rot bo allowed to go untended iihaumatisin and many other things allow A box of DeWitts kidney nd bladder pills will bring relief j tiuickly They drive the poison from tho bony Act on the liver as well wi the kidneys A twentyfive cent 1oxholds a weeks treatment Sold l yall druggists m f Beautiful Passage jlii l e ii Ihlllrllt A sweet young thing has written a novel It is a wonderful performance Take this passage All of a sudden the beautiful Alicia continued to sit on the samia gazing out upon the briny deep on whose heaving bosom the tall ships 5hent mer rilyby freighted ah who can tell with how much joy and sorrow and pine lumber and emigrants and hopes and saltfish Clear up the complexion iSiansc the liver and tone the system You can best do this by a dose or two of DeWitts Little Early Risers Safe reliable little pills with a reputation The pills that overyone knows Recommended by all druggists m Knew the Kind She sternly Why were you so late tonight He apoligeticallyI was held up on the way home She still sternlyWere you too j far gone to walk alone I CASTORIA IFor Infants and Children Thi Kind You Have Always Bought I Bears the 718l taro of or 1 IIII1III lfWlBfWRIV J P Y Jfy c itoh f n f1 3 CM- YAMgetable M PrtPllralionror similalingtlheYoodantlllegula i ling the SI sandBewc sof Promotes Di tronChcerrul ness andJtestContains neither Opium roIFne no rtiucral- NorNAIlCOTIC JamaOtlbwuzrrrrom nhi aa s- AILaG ttt- we JIL4 rcatatrLf fa1 lt- triI tIf rpwa rrerr rorConstipanon Worms ConUlsions Fcverish ness and Loss 0F SLEEP idC simile Signature or NEW YORK t 1t EXACT coat iFr wit won cn JI oc Por and L THE and licniM 125 THE and Daily Herald 200 THE and 150 THE and St Louis Glnto 175 THE and Home and Farm 125 THE and and 325 THE sill Tvicea Week 175 THE and Daily 370 THE and Oboro 175 THE and 150 all to h m7 q tQ RANDALL T COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN aQ in tJ STOP a i Tile Home for Ohio Pet pic Rooms and JViU S VV dQ Cantor Second ti mid 1uftiflue ii t Iltd Ozl EJy t1 a rnewmtwumtunmwtul wrw oAsi JP o ZYE9L Bonn Yam Here Always Rought of ON YOUR TRIPne nee to be ftoftAi eph rrohttln the STEV tiNS and ouGttaorroteure c W I RIFLES iron 123 to 815006 PISTOLS mill 250 to 6009 SHOTGUNS from 750 to 3509 AttcyoudetlCTMltafct nl Gz lupcjre Ii1f out nuta f uJttJ ratiiaj lanes lutMinmaena direct torrttslro h e It Malted frifaif upon mtijC IrutenphaatawIrta eattloe price fuvCTpmujfc Our attractive OwrroIrAUnrfjat lUnfttwUl he rent anyaetLr ra tmt to Ittmj J STEVE YS JOSS STID TOOL Co T tirtta S Chlcopca TfiSe MaJB TT s4 I J C CSTORIA 1 Infants Children M The Kind You nave AIwaw ht II Bears a S natureFor I I Over Use Thty Years ASTORIA r a fJ OUR CLUBBING RATES 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vVare nntborlzed to announce S A AXDKU SON ot West Hnrttonl Precinct a candidate for n pre entntlve In tho General An mblj from thIs the 2tlth district subject to tlur uctlpn of the Republican party We are antborlied to announce W W PARK or the Dedn Precinct n candidate for Hepnvon tatlve In the Oenerul Assembly from this the lt district subject to tile action of the JJepnbllcriri party Examine the label on your paper it f Is not correct notify us WE nominate David Moreland for National President of the A S of E OHIO county is always at the top in a State Union American Society of Equity THE year 1907 is not going to b outdone by 1906 in the matter o earthquakes Do not borrow from the trust- urges a contemporary There is lit tle danger of the majority of us doing so A UNITED STATES Senator is quot ed as saying that Uncle Sam has no enemies but he has plenty of trouble with his fool friends FOR the Democrats the campaign of 1908 seems to hold nothing more exciting than the nomination of a candidate for Vice President WHEN Senator Tillman feels call ed upon to criticise the President for unfair treatment of the negro in the Brownsville affair it seems the debate must be about over IN North Dakota recently a di vorce case was called at 8 oclock a I m and a decision rendered an hour later The docket must be light when they waste all that time on one caseTHE President should be careful when he opens the Greater Louis ville Exposition and not press the button which the City Democratic machine uses to summon election repeaters Is HARTFORD after all these years of striving to obtain a railroad to get it just in time to take her share of the suffering occasioned by thej car famine Heretofore we been especially immune from this sort of famine THE great work which David Moreland has done for the cause of Equity is not only appreciated inj Ohio county but in the entire State At Frankfort no other name was even suggested in connection With the State Presidency It was a wellI deservedcompliment PHARISAICAL wringing of the hands and appeals to the lawless will not win the fight for Equity What we want is compact univer sal organization and undying devotion to the principles of the so ciety The member who attends the meetings of his local keeps his dues paid up stands by his pledge and does what he can to smooth out the wrinkles of dissentions is worth more than a field fullof wild wind jammers WHAT IF HE WERE A REPUBLICAN Senator Joseph W Bailey is have ing the fight of his life but we hope he will come out on top He made a terrible mistake in borrowing money from the Stand ard oil trust which was so willing to lend it but we do not believe he acted otherwise than honestly and hopo the investigation before theI Texas Legislature which is propos ed will fully vindicate him The above from the Kentucky State Journal which never opportunity slip to belabora RepubIc lican official who may happen to go wrong only shows that it still makes some difference about whose ox is goredIUNDER WHICH SYSTEM A socialist paperpublished at GirI ard Kansas has offered 1000 in gold to induce the kidnapping of Gov Taylor and his return to Ken tucky for trial Whereupon our local contemporary remarks that while the kidnapper is to be con demned j all fair minded peisoris I- Ii Yz l in Kentucky think Taylor ought to be brought back to Kentucky and tried As there seemS to be two dis tinct systems ofcriminal procedure in Kentucky as at present Administer ed we would liketo ask under which one Governor Taylor if brought back is to be tried Under system by which Caleb Powers w tried the defendant is denied bond He is considered guilty unless prov- en innocent thus reversing the time honored rule in such cases Under this system the common wealth furpishes 100000 of the taxpayers money with which to hire unscrupulous Attorneys and bribe witnesses to swear away the life of the defendant All rules of odf the commonwealth and against th defendant Finally the jury i packed with partisans and convic tion insured Now let us turn to the other sys tem under which the Hargises the Breathitt county assassins are be ing and haye been tried Under this system the defendant is never allowed to remain in jail longer than his brother or fellow conspira tor can be telephoned to and sign considerf Attorney for the State dares to hesis liable to be fined and sent to jail IHe is not allowed even to have an indictment rereferred to a grand i jury The rules of evidence are construed in favor of the defense andagainst the Commonwealth at every stage of the trial No special fund is provided to aid the Common wealth Contrary to law the jury is selected from bystanders who are conveniently located and warranted to acquit no matter what the evidence may be nor how black the crime Gentlemenunder which system will Taylor be tried if brought back to Kentucky POWERS AND HARGIS TRIALS- A comparison of the efforts upon the part of those who control affairs j in the State of Kentucky to convict Caleb Powers with the efforts to acquit the Hargises is enough to cause a revolution among honest fair minded citizens regardless of poli tics For seven years Caleb Powers has languished in jail when he could have given bond for a million dollars to secure his appearance been tried and convicted three timesI Upon each trial the rulings of the trial court the unfair selection and j packing of juries against him haveI been so glaring as to cause a Demo cratic Court of Appeals to reverse the lower court and give him a new trial In all of his trials every scrap I of evidence no matter how irrele vant if it could be in any way con I stiued against him has been promptly admitted Wnile on the I other hand it has been made almost impossible for him to procure witII nesses in his own behalf to combat a vindictive relentless prosecution procured by 100QOQ provided by the taxpayers of the State It is IIchargewas shot from his office Powers was not in Frankfort at the time Now turn if you please to the treat ment of the Hargis brothers and those connected with them in the assassination of not one but three prominent citizens of Breathitt county When arrested they have been promptly given bail furnished by each other No fund has been fur nished by the State to secure their conviction So far they have been acquitted promptly by juries selected for that purpose although the evidence has been ten times more damaging against them than all the evidence against Caleb Powers The Hargises and Callahan are prominent Democrats and have been presentIsupremacy Jim Hargis has been for years and is still a member of the Democratic State Central Committee in good standing At least chargesII committee Reader when we POll der over the records made in these two prosecutions we wonder what right we have to offer criticisms to Russia or any other despotic government I for discrimination and persecution Notice The following dates have been S3 lected for the meeting of Company H viz February 8 and 22 March 8 15 22 and 29 These meetings will be held in the court hall beginning at 7 oclock each evening J M DEWEESE J Captain 3d InfahTry I t 1r I COMPLETES WORK c i AND ADJOURN I j Does Fiscal Court After Import ant Session of Five DaysaThe Ohio county Fiscal Court com pleted its work last Saturday after being in session only five days That i the session was an importantoneev ery one familiar with its work con cedes As forecast in last weeks REPUBLICAN a Supervisor of roads for the entire county was elected it the person of Mr G A Ralph o Magan The term of office for the road supervisor is two years and it roadsi and bridges in the county are kept in proper condition for the travel This will be done as before princi pally by the road hands In fact his duties will be the same as road and bridge Commissioners have been with a few things added The court employed attorney M H Thatcher formerly of Morgan town but now of Louisville to assist in the prosecution of the case of Ohio county against A B Baird now pending in the Federal Court for the canelation of a note held by him against the countywhich with interest amounts to nearly ten thousand dollars Mr Thacher was employed by reason of his familiarity with the Federal Court practice I he having been Assistant District Attorney for several years A committee appointed for the purpose of borrowing not exceeding 9000 for the county borrowed 7000 at 7 per cent This was used to pay 5000 borrowed from M S Ragland one year ago which together with the balance 2000 went to pay in part for iron bridges contracted for in 1905 by the former I administrationJudge j was directed to appoint a commissioner to investigate the feasibility of establishing a public road from Hartford direct across the bottoms from Hartford to intersect the Hartford and Cen tertown road near Bob Lawrences shop to be 60 to 80 feet wide Should this be established it is understood the present road will be discontinu edOrdered that County Clerk issue Fiscal Court orders for 25c per claim to be paid by the County Hereto fore all claims of 5 and above the claimant had to pay 30c All claims under 5 put on tax book Under the new ruling the county does the paying Another Card of Thanks Certainly no pastor ever had more to thank the members and friends of his churches for than I A nice dinner for Thanksgiving and a box of nice things for Christmas were given us by the good peopleof Hartford and now the good people of my church at Beaver Dam have made us a large donation of nice canned fruit preserves jelly jam sausage drygoods candy for the children etc My family joins me in thanking the dear people for these useful things May the Lord who loveth the Cheerful giver and who said It is more blessed to give than to receive bless them all in both spiritual and temporal things A B GARDNER AND FAMILY NARROWS Jan 1GMr and Mrs R C Duff are visiting relatives at Cedar GroveMr and Mrs Lawrence Daniel are visiting relatives near Olaton Miss Callie Nabors left Monday for Texas where she goes to meet her affianced Mr Willie Martin and the marriage will take place un der the mellow light of the Lone StarMessrs J B Renfrow and Doc Nabors attended the State meeting of the A S of E at Frankfort last weekEverett the small son of E G Kirby met with a painfulaccident last week He was prying int4 the A Bad Stomach Lessens trio usefulness and mars the happiness of life Its a weak stomach a stomach thaYoui not properly perform its functions Among Its symptoms are distress after eating nausea between meals heartburn belching vomiting flatulence and nervous headache HoodsSarsaparilla Cures a bad stomach indigestion and derpepsla and the cure is permanent Accept no substitute jfe c J hidden mysteries of a dynamite cap L when it exploded tearing jbfFthe thumb and index finger of his left hand Dr AB Riley amputated the inured members and the little f fellow is getting along nicely Miss Ambia Shreve of Rosine visited her sister Miss Rosa Shreve SurtdayIEquity tobacco warehouse here is doing a splendid business Alreadyabout 400000 pounds of to bacco has been received and but for theIbrought ins Rev P E Herndon of Logan II county is conducting a protracted meeting at the Baptist church thisI I week Mr Ed Summers Superintendent I of the Equity warehouse is having an experience with boils that rivals the experience of the Patriarch Job and he seems scarcely less patient under the affliction than was the celebrated Hebrew Resolutions of Respect Whereas The angel of death has visitedour Sovereign and Past Con cel Commander B F Saunders and taken from him and children a lov ing wife ahd mother Therefore be it Resolved That we as members of the Woodman of the World do deeply sympathize with them in their- great affliction- t Resolved That following the teachings of our order we do com mend them to the All Wise One as their comforter and guide in this their sad hour- Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread on the camp records and published in each of the county papers E B PENDLEioN L T BARNARD Com JOHN BROWN ROXEY Jan 15Rev R F Beck has just closed a meeting at Mt Zion church which resulted in a general awaken ing of the entire church and a num ber of souls saved Rev Beck was assisted by Rev W N Miller- S T Leach has purchased the farm of J C Wilson Consideration 2 000Cecil the son of S T Leach who had his leg amputated some time ago is not well and my not recover Grant Young and wife and Everet Sandefur and wife will leave the 18th for their home in China Texas Luther Leach and wife Rob Royj attended meeting at Mt Zion SundayR I Jarnagin and Glide Taylor at attended the State Union of the A I S of E as delegates at Frankfort I They report a nice t me Talbert Miller visited friends and I relatives at Pinchico Sunday Della Smith Select visited Lee Stevens Monday Lonnie Sandefur left today for China Texas We have had 19 days of rain in succession or snow with the except ion of one and is still raininge HERBERT Jan 15The farmers met Saturday evening and had a very interesting meeting of the A S of E and took on new lifepaid their dues and are greatly encouraged over getting their money on their 1904 tobaccoThe excessive rains and warm weather are the general topic of conversation the eldest inhabi tant not being equal to the occas ionIng tion of the tobacco warehouse at Whitesville tobacco cannot be delivered and the farmers that had tobacco loaded had to rehang it on account of it being in too high order The roads from here to Whitesville are almost impassable Mr Herbert Haynes went to Mad isonville today to visit his brother Minor and family Jim Chambers and Homer Milli gan attended the State meeting of the A S of E at Frankfort Mrs Jim Ford Mrs Edna Dun can and Obe Burdette are on theI sick list Arthur and Everet Milligan went to Ensor Sunday Mr and Mrs Robt M Miller visited Mrs Millers parents Mr and Mrs C W Phillips of Whitesville Sunday Mr Ben Swope and wife spent the day at Carl Floyds Sunday Mr Daniel Miller visited E W Lyons Sunday 4 Moss and Plasterers and contractors satis faction guaranteed tehone 29 or Beaver Dam Planing Mill13tf r 1 I j j ePPPPPPPP n- i IN ORDER t Jf 1 TO CLEAN OUT 7 1 1 Jf i It t rAll odds ami ends of Out winter H stock we are making big reduc tions all along the line IQi AI IMen and Boys Overcoats I++ One fourth off of the price of Ievery min and boys Overcoat on the line = Ladies and Misses Cloaks Onethird off of all Cloaks and IFurs x Ladies Skirts V- e have a few numbers in ill onethirdIim C r asat1ft i t Now is the time to stock yourself 5 Ii up on winter wearablesat a money saving price These prices will rule = Ii until February 10 1907 = E P Barnes Brosl I = BEAVER DAM KY 44444444 ROCKPORT- Jan 16Dr J S Sriiith McHen ry was in Rockport Friday evening Mr James Gilmore and family Paradise spent Sunday with his aunt Mrs Peter Cairnes Mr Leland Smith spent Saturday and Sunday in Rockport Miss Mai Hines spent several days in Beaver Dam last week Mrs David Duncan who has heen ill of pneumonia is much improved Rev Grant the Methodist preacher filled his regular appointment here at the Presbyterian church Sunday night Mrs MJ Reid went to Hartford Friday to see her stepmother who quite ill Mr Wm Russell of West Ken parentsSaturday Mr Harry Monroe and family of Beaver Dam Miss Lillian Monroe Taylorl4ljssissippi week Mrs Monroe will move to the residence formerly occupied by Mr DF Gibbs the latter part of the week A H B I Notes The Hartford Business Institute opened school in its new quarters prospectWithanda bank the rooms have taken on appearanceMiss SsMarywith us Monday Miss Flener is one the best teachers of the county We are expecting other teachers as soon as they close their schools Does a business education pay It certainly does when a young lady of eight or nine months training can go istheI ttil increasing raphers also at good salaries We cordially invite the public to visit our schooland inspect the beingdone SherifNSaleBy 6U book 12 directed to me which is sued from the Clerks office of the FStanley 8theT 1907 between the hours of 1 oclock theCourtcounty Kentucky expose to public following PlaintiffsOne house and lot in Hayti Ohio county Kentucky bounded as fol YoungParks i Jandstone thence S 79 E four poles and 16 links thence with Parks line to the begnning containing three Seedeed I ticular description in Ohio County propertyrl j ITerms Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelvemonths bond requiredhaving i Per cent per annum frmday ofaandeffecto Jj fJanuary LR B MARTIN S 6 C By S I A13RATCHER p S s c Er1 sIr cv s 4- x i II I Y ss ss k FAIRSI SPECIALS 1 f SATURDAY I 4 Millinery tA + Regardless of cost on Satimhiy wd will close out our entire stock of Winter Millinery Dont Icare to invoice it or store it away If interested tail oil the above dayti 4 Childrens Cloaks After going over our Cloakstock we find we i have too many Childrens Wraps on hand Satur day we will put them in two lots JtNo IAll our Childrens Wraps that I ti sold lor 2 250 3 350 go at 198 Lot No 2Allour Childrens Wraps that sold for 375 4 4505 go at ry1 From 4 to 12 years 268I Mens 0 si 4 fair line to select vercoatsIIA a single coat over I be made low hen a we have gone through I r our stock preparatory to making a big cut 5 Coats 348 750 Cot 448 9 Goats 598 10 Coats 698 1250 Coats 748 A good time to invest Come and look over the stock Ladies Skirts wsafe investment for any lady would be one of our Skirts We want room for Spring Skirts hence we are willing to shove winter goods aj cost or a little loss If interested come Satur day 83 4 450 and 5 Skirts choice 298Ii Remember the PlaceI 0- a 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 18 Illinois Central RailroadTime Table North BaHcanl II Bo ii ml No 182 due 005 ft in No 121 niwH81ii in I NpM2l lJ30p in No 101 nlie4S p in No due 248 pm No 1S1 ilneSWip in Guns Guns Guns Where At U S Carsons11tfOysters Celery Cranberries at City Restaurant i A big reduction in Overcoats and at Carson Cos 1 ISuitsr Justina big assortment of pound Prints at Carson Cos i City Restaurant is still headquar- tersr for everything good to eat Scholarship in Massey Business i College for sale at this office F Mr MF Sharp Narrows called to see us while in town Tuesday Once a customer always a custo- merI is the City Restaurants motto For Scholarship in the Bowling h k1- I Green Business College apply at this office i See Sam Bachs Clothing forwinter They fit good look good and wear good jMr Elder Dqdson Buford marIa 11sa pleasant call while in town r jf TuesdayI1 City Restaurant is better prepared I than ever to give its patrons first tclass service c I Get your Clothing Cleaned and 4 pressed at Pearls Pantiorium at Y r M CA rooms r Messrs Lafe DeWeese and An i thony Shartzer Shreve were pleas 7antcallers last Friday r f c If J t f ii I t Mr J E Mitchel Dundee called to see us while in town Monday Mr C M Taylor Beaver Dam lastIMonday 1Buy a new Overcoat at Carson Cos at the reduced priceone fourth off- When you trade with Carson Co I you make no mistake You are at the right place Read Long Cos ad on Embroid nes and visit the sale We want you to see them IThey have just got Embroideries over the store and so cheap at Long Cos Economy Store Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry t 46tf I All embroideries displayed on tables and marked in plain figures I See them at Long Cos Economy Store I Mrs ThomasWatkins Owensboro visited her father Mr D E Thomas several days this week returning home yesterday Dont neglect looking over our bargain Shoe counters The clearance sale price is less than the wholesale price at Long Cos Economy Store i Call on Moore Crabtree for first class I familygroceriesjWill anywhere 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 WANTEDTo borrpw1ljOOOat per cent interest mortgage on real estate worth twice that amount also personal security Call on or addressAthls office 20tf S i- w ha 1a For promptness and correctness leave your grocery order with James Lyons with Carson CojFOR SALEAscholarship in the Hartford Business Institute CaUI on or address THE REPUBL1CNI The Ohio County Supply Company have begun to receive a portion of their 1rge stock of implements hardware etc Dr and MrsWm Forman entertained at euchre last Saturday even ing After the game a nice lunch was served by the hostess Mrs R M Thornsberry and little daughter Mary Lucile of Owens boro who have been visiting rela tives near town have returned home Mrs A D Buskill and little son williarriveof Mrs Buskills parents Mr and Mrs W H Griffin Messrs Watt Taylor Matanzas and L H Condit Owensboro are at the bedside of their uncle Mr Harve Condit who is seriously ill at his home in Hartford Dont Fail to visit the biggest Em broidery Sale that has ever been on in the county It will continue through the month of January at Long Cos Economy Store The Board of Supervisors comIpleted its first session Tuesday adjourned to meet again February 4 at which time persons whose property is proposed to be raised will be heard Come early and often to our Embroidery sale while we have 5000 yards andover 200 styles td select from They are bound to go rapid ly at the price LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Mrs J L Barnett and son Junius of Foreman Ark who have been visiting relatives near town for past few weeks left Tuesday for Owens boro and Louisville where they will visit relatives before returning home Esqs John H Miles Paradise S H Render Centertown J Harve Williams Beaver Dam Ben S Chamberlain No Creek called to see us last Saturday after the adjournment of fiscal court before leaving for theirhomes I 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- WANTEDGentlemen or lady with good references to travel by rail or with a rigfora firm of 2501 00000 capital Salary 107200 per year and expenses salary paid week ly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky 10m6 The stockholders of the Bank of Hartford met Monday and reelect ed the old board of directors for another year viz J W Ford H P Taylor John T Moore Rowan Holbrook and J C Thomas The directors met and elected the same officers for another year Mr Victor Matthews Owensboro j is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Heber Matthews Young Matthews connectedjwith Owensboro Messenger and is an accomplished linotype machine operator Embroideries Embroideries in stacks Insertions Insertions to match We didnt buy these to keep Come see if they doritgo out cheap You may think it a trifle early But its just the time to buy Later on you will have to hurry And then they may be high Cos ECONOMY STORE IThere is strong talk among the stockholders of the Hartford tobac co warehouse of installing a drying aparatus This would have the effect of giving the house almost unlimited capacity and bjring to the town a large amount of the pooled tobacco beeniThe Government tug Emory arrived here Tuesday with an immense steam dredge supplied with a pow erful derrick which is to be used in removing snags and other ob stacles to navigation in Rough river Tho crew will wait here until the 1 water falls and then clear the rive to its mouth This work has long I been needed i r J 1 Is Dont neglect looking over our bargain Shoe counters The clearance sale price is less than the wholesale price at Long Cos Economy Store Sheriff R B Martin gave art elegant dinner Monday in celebration- of the reception of his quietus from the state and county for the 1906 taxes His bondsmen and a few friends were his guests Those present were Rev A B Gardner Messrs Rowan Holbrook M L Heavrin Wood Tinsley JT Moore Wayne Griffin Dr Joe Taylor W MFIener U G Ragland S A Bratcher and C M Barnett The splendid dinner and genial hospitality of Mr and Mrs Martin were thoroughly enjoyed by those present Prospects are very bright for the revival which began at the Methodist church here last Sunday night notwithstanding the inclement weather Large congregations as semble at each service and are well repaid with able sermons Quarterly Conference was held Wednesday afternoon preceded by a splendid sermon at 11 oclock by Dr R F Hayes the Presiding Elder and the administration of the Lords supper The singing is being led by Rev G W Lyons of Springfield Ky and i his songs are inspiring to all who hear him The services will contin ue for sometime beginning at 230 n the afternoon and 630 at night Resolutions of Respect Beaver Dam Chapter No 144 R A111Whereas It has pleased Almighty God the Grand High Priest of the Universe to call from earthly labors to eternal refreshments in the Temple of the New Jerusalem above our dearly beloved and much respected King and brother N C Danielwho departed this life Wed nesday November 28 1906 after u short illness from a broken limb Therefore Be It Resolved That Beaver Dam Roy al Arch Chapter No 144 has lost one of its most faithful members a member who always squared his actions with all man kind and espe cially with brother Masons He was generous kind upright lovable and ever ready to do a charitable deed He was an honored citizen a devoted husband and father Be It Further initsIits sympathy to his family and commend them to the care of our gra cious Heavenly Father who doeth all things well Be It Further Resolved that the members of Beaver Dam Chapter No 144 R A M wear the usual badge of mournipg for 30 days and that a memorial page be set aside in the minute book of this Chapter on which to be inscribed these resolu tions and a copy be sent to the fam ily and a copy be sent to the Mason ic Home Journal for publication M 11 FAUGHENDER IIS MASON Com P TAYLOR d For Sale Having decided to quit business i offer for sale my entire stock of general merchandise one storehouse two lots in good locality near church and good school For particulars callon or address L E EVERLY 26t8 Matanzas Ky Marriage License The following marriage license have been issued since our last report R N Taylor Ralph age 18 to Provie Ralph Ralph age 18 David J Carter Rockport age 26 to Sal lie Norris Rockport age 2- 1QuietsIt the Cough This is one reason why Ayers Cherry Pectoral is so valua ble in consumption It stops the wear and tear of useless coughing But it does more itcontrols the inflammation quiets the fever soothes heals Ask your doctor about this The best kind of a testimonial Sold for ovor sixty years Made by J 0 dyer Co Lowell MM Alto manufacturer orS- ARSAPARILLA9 torsPILLS IIAIR VIGOR publishrHasten recovery keeping thft bowels regular with Ayers Pills Wv t 1- T v uhs I I The Year 1906 II 9 Is Passed I IIthas been a successful year for fact it has been the biggest in the history of our business We are grateful to our many patrons for the business given us through the year 1906 but we are not yet satis fied We want to do more bURinessI during the year 1907 than year just past In order to do Ithis we must make an extra effort are going to do this by prices Now is the timereducingI I Clothing and Hoaks Childrens Suits regular price 100 price 79c- Childrens saleI Suits regular price 150 sale price 119- Childrens Suits regular price 300salc price 229i319 Youths Suits regular price 5sale price I 369Youths Suits regular price 7 stile price 498 Mens Suits regular price 3sale price 175Mens Suits regular price 5 sale price 369Mens Suits regular price S 10 sale price price 849 Mens Suits regular price 15 sale paice 979 All Overcoats and Ladies and Childrens Cloaks onefourth off Dont delay but I come early end get pick and choice Again thanking the public for their patronage and asking a continuance of your valued orders believe us to be I Your frie- ndsCARSONI INCORPORATED COI o aaeuae3ttwacu9cu3d eJfI I Statement of the Condition OF THE I BANK OF HARTFORD At the Close of Business Decem ber 31st 190- 6RESOURCES Loans and discounts 18264817 Overdrafts 215707 7517262IExchange 62652 Banking house and lot 300000 Furniture and fixtures 100000 Total 26480438 ILIABILITIES 4000000 Surplus and undivided profits 1365636 Deposits l 20954802y Dividend No 3i 160000 I Total 26480438 I Comparative Statement of Detf osits iDecember 31 1900 6988894 December 31 1901 9490667 December 31 1902 15623464 December 311903 16966291 December 31 1904 16336725 December 31 1905 18309972 iDecember 31 1906 20954802 S OFFICERS S PrestdentJOHN P C DIRECTORS JW FORD H CTHOMASass c WK w o eca c cvcac c c I t I fenAM A yivY tw i 4 I t r 1 11 l tt jl rr t fI I iJ t I 1i I k J I l1 J I I 0t 1 ot Ii r tI t it JI t f 1 r f- m I I fl ii I t II t o C er t ro I 14 jt l 000000000000OOOOOO 00 OOO k h I Girlhood and Scotts Emulsion eoIItr togethert r 0y 0 0 0 The girl who takes Scotts Emtll 0F 0Jion has plenty of rich red blood she is 0 0 active and energetic 4 iThereason is that at a period when 4 a girls o is weak Scott J Emulsion 0- o provides her with powerful nourishment in 0- g easily digested form 0 It ia food that builds and keeps up a 8I 0 girls strength o 1fIrti S 60c AND 100 t 000000000000 I r SOME WONDERS OFi1 THE HUMAN BODY t Few People Know Wbat a Com TheirIBody is In the human body there are about 263 bones The muscles are about 500 in num ber The length of the alimentary canal is about 32 feet The amount of blood in an adult averages 30 pounds or fully onefifth of the entire weight The heart is about 4 inches in di ameter and about 6 inches in length beating 70 times a minute 4200 times an hour 100800 times a day and over 36000000 times a year I At each beat of the heart over 21 ounces of blood are thrown out of it 180 ounces a minute 600 pounds an hour and about S tons per day All the blood in the body passes through the heart in three minutes j it ceaseles industry i This little organ by pumps each day what is equal to lifting 130 tones 1 foot high or 1 ton 130 feet high I The lungs contain about one gallon of air at their usual degree of infla I matton We breathe on an average 1200I times an hour inhale 600 air or 24000 quarts a day The aggregate l surface of the air cells of I the lungs exceeds 200000 square i inches The average weight of the brain of an adult mule is 3 pounds and S ounces of a female 2 pounds 4 ouncesThe skin it compose of three lay ers and varies from oneeighth to 1 onequarter of an inch in tic ne Is i 1 Each square inch of skin contains aI i500 sweating tubes or prespiratory pores each of which may be likened to u little drain pile onequarter of nn inch long making an aggregate length over the entire surface of the body of 201166 feet or a ditch for draining the body almost forty mile F long The exceed 10 000000 in numberiThe nerves and the nerve system rtre all connected by the spinal morrow and together with their Irnnches andramifications forma body guard probably exceeding 10000000 Dtafness Cannot be Cu rod by applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear The is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by and in linIingt rumbling sound or imperfect healing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and t this tube resorted to its normal con 1 dition hearing will be destroyed + nine cases out of ten are I f causeda by Catarrh which is nothing 1 but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred DollarsI for any case of Deafnesst catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con ritt stipation m Alfalfa a Swine Tonic Raising 1000 hogs a year without anysign of cholera inthe herd is t 4a i 4 j 4 the claim put fox thb 11 Barber of Bloomington Nebraska He make- a specialty of this industry and ha three hundred acres of alfalfa wher the hogs are raised My hogs are raised in this field from the time they are pigs till they are about eight months oldwhen I I put them on a feed of corn said Mr Barber to a representative of the Kansas City Drovers Telegram If fed in the summer time I soak the corn But the alfalfa is th most important feed they get an- is the one great thing that keeps them healthy all the year around In all the years that I have been raising and handling hogs in this way 1 never had a case of hog cholera on my farm This is due to the alfalfa which keeps the hogs healthy Everybody Should Know Says C G Hays a prominent buis ness man of Bluff Mo that Buck lens Arnica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore burn or wound or to a case of piles Ive used it and know what Im talking about Sold by all druggists 25c jf CAMPAIGN FOR EXPOSITION FUNDS Subscriptions for Kentucky Jamestown MovementSought From this Section A herculean effort will be made- during the week commencing Mon day January 21 to complete the fund of 10000 riquired to give Ken tucky a proper representation at the Jamestown Exposition which prom interestIIingKentucky General Assembly failed to provide a fund for a State Building t or a State Exhibit and the task must be carried out by the citizens of the Commonwealth It is point ed out that Kentucky recofciized as the first and foremost daughter of Virginia should above all other i states have a place in this Exposi tion Believing that the publicspirited citizens and business enterprises of Kentucky will not permit the State to go unrepresented the Kentucky Commission has already securedan ideal site for a State Building and begun the collection of the logs which will be used as a replica of the j Fort of Boonesborough Each county is requested to raise a sum amounting to one per cent of the revenue turned over by the coun ty to the State Treasury for the fiscal year ending June 301905 j For the counties of this section of the State vicechairmen of the divis ion of finance have been nominated and the respective counties are asked to subscribe to the fund as follows Breckinridge 20341 Joel Pile Hardinsburg county chairman Grayson 11622 Lafe Green Kail of Rough county chairman Ohio 23571 Dr E W Ford Hartford county chairman Sunjrace No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular perform ance in the niverse uunless it is the action of the liver and bowels vhen regulated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed by all drug gists 25c jf What She was Trying Sheto you think Miss Back number is trying tj draw him out HeNo think she is trying to per suatle him to djubleup i Ii jALL OVER THEHOUSE I Nusery flpthruCartA chillis hair jlioiild Ujv washed thoroughly once r inouiil 1oofro quest washing makes the hnir dry and harsh To keep it clean brush it twice nday for five nnhiitcs sop arating the strands hair is thick and long so tbithe brush can retch tho sealpTiecp the brushes clean by riibbiri them with u cloth after use V In infancy and childhood milk should form the greater part of the dietary Far too much meat is given to children anti their digestive or gans during the firstcircnrs of life arc often or considerably weakened by the practice Should the milk have a tendency to curdle in tho stomach the addition of lime water or soda water will often counteract it- Always clean a young childs teeth both night and morning A tooth brush need not be used as the little gums are so very tender that is necessary is to have a piece ofsoft linen dipped into warm water If andsnot s will as s rule be good Pastry Making In making pastry there are sev eral points to be remembered apart front tho actual making bf it Be careful that everything you use is scrupulously clean and dry See that your oven is properly heatedor your pasty will be spoiled even though you make it properly Al ofdyour hand Always roll pastry from you and not backward and forward heavily The less pastry is handled and the quicker it is made the bet terIHard Sauce Put into a warm bowl onequarter cup butter and onehalf cup powdered sugar Mix with a wooden spoon or spatula beating hard for fifteen minutes Flavor with onehalf ta blcspoonful lemon vanilla or a lit tle nutmeg or powdered mace as preferred beat a little longer pack smoothly on a small plate or pile lightly in u fancy dish and set onI the ice until very hard A pleasing change is to add a tablespoonful cur rant jelly after creaming the butter and sugar then beat light- House Plants Do not overwater plants at this season of the year Give just enough to keep the soil moist throughout Let tho surface take on a dry look before more water is applied Evap oration takes place slowly and few plants arc growing actively enough to snake use of a great deal of water An oversupply has a tendency to sour the soil thus bringing u dis eased condition of tho roots A Durable Mat hardIbring preferable to that which is perfectly now Tako a darn ing nee lib and strong cord coil tiw roo around once and sew on till underside Then make another milJTaml fll1rgcImntor rCareIf tiny liquid lie spilled on u look wipe it off at once gently with aisolt cloth or absorb it with blotting pa per Do not dry it by a fire Do not turn a book on its face or plllrulUljweight on an open bfapk Never open a largo book from the j ends or cover but from the center tr Stains on Mattress nc11applylaundry sonp ruin warns water to j the spots If tho first rubbing itwith u stiff brush or harsh cloth doonot take out the stains then the cleansing until the cllowJIlsitdis appears To Darken A wash to darken e ebrovs is wlWnutbarklump of alum the size of a filbert und when cold apply with a camels hair brush To increase hair iiithe brows anoint them with sweet ail Carl of Feather PillowsoI pillowson the oil in the feathers is apt tc give them a rancid smell The rigtt plan is to air the beds and pillows on a dry windy day in a shady ee out of doors fyH Colors For Half Mourning Marion Ilarlnnd says that lnven der and shades of purple vcrgi upon blue rather than red are ognizcd as slight mourning GwL taste forbids the sudden and violent transition from deep black to brigtit colors r r j I itM- r 1H e I c I 7 r i P YTalo Short tales bought hero for magaslnea The advertisement read Ill soil them mine It Is BO short This litho kitten said San Francisco Chronicle Inch of Rain IAnofrain means a gallon over a surface of nearly two square feet ora fall of about 100 tons on an ncre of I ground j Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this office j cheap 7Posftlve CATARRCURE DIDIsCkes C Ile at Onco a D fi1tLento and prelects the tlisciascd mem bruno It curOHCiu y tnrrli nnd drives I array IL Cohl in the IJ Read quietly JJOSIWV Utstores rise Ronswj of rTasto and Smell Full size CO eta at Drug gists or y mail Ely Brothers 50WarronGtrectNuwYork KILL THE CCHIlCCi j AND CURE THE JLOO8 =WITH Q1I1J New n rJ GW V PriceFsowww eew +wm+xsw Surest and QuiclioeS Curo for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY LACST t l KodolFor Indigestion sour stomach palpitation of heart Digests what youca In most houses there is a rooni without proper heating facilities to say nothing of chilly hallways Even though the heat of your stoves or furnace should be inadequate to warm the whole house there need not be one cold spot if you have a PERFECTION Oil HeaterEqui- pped with Smokeless Device It will heat a room in no time and will keep it warm and cozy Oper ated as easily as a lamp and perfectly safe Wick cannot be turned too high or too low Gives no smoke or smell because fitted with unique smokeless device Can be carried about which cannot be done with an ordinary stove The f l Perfection Oil Heater is superior to all other oil heaters and is an ornament to any home Made in two finishesnickel and japan Brass oil fount beau tifully embossed Holds four quarts of oil and burns f yourdealers bestJl lamp Made of brass throughout t improvedburner room whether library dining room parlor or bed room Write to nearest agency if not at your dealers STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporn cdIw FPw 9 7rsT HtTQIItOn ww f 1 fDql avMks ew w ni r BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES I In small cities and towns because1 1 f rv + I 1 There Is not a sufficient population to bY support 0 GOOD school t tir f t Stchschools are usu lIy conducted by whoiJo t fraud their patrons 3 There are few it any opportunities for tr belt graduates to secure employment In f suchlocaliies 4 The THOROUGH busIness code es- o arelocatedln thelarcer cities nnd arocori ducted by persons who are qualified 1A31cntlntargaeitleswhen f liieass schools as businessmen have no i timo to experiment with Incompetents 1 The refotbe wise Send lorthoancst6B moneyforBRYANT lb STUATTON BUOI7IK38 COLLEGE LouiaVlllo Ky ijjrt 3 ii lr I Dord Sufferx11nicht Ion0 from toot ache- neural ie or rheumatism SloNs i Liivinxeivtkills the peari quiets the nerves and induces sleep At all dealers Price 25c 50c bHOO Dr Erl SSIoeiix Bostol ssUSAa l i1Lye17tAA + i VA1S1G w 1 IiPI T4WALlTiir 1r SURECUREror STOMACHLIVER c P 1- jd 1 A tU 1 r the w 2 I t t1 rrpt 16 11LQJuL Li iOct ItanrI7 QKir i B iejET1 SM ITHc 1Jr11 1U E1S Al II truiHachI t dnafurtstaidstiltIiiiljtiufiR ri BIN lattrutleurlentdnilhlAhiehctruedIt rain VllnilHiumiittH ITMCtlMOlOrlHiis Ifii nil JtiIIII KtlllIH APacInINrMgafial1w- Itrl topA Ittllhllir jFRANKL CLfXl i Atto rney pit Law 9Vllljoining ennnty nnd In tile tunrt pr tupi Hliii CthnIlIllIIJrlwtleIIIII InllectldnsI Ieclnllr OHIcr In the Heriiltl Imliillni CHAS M CROWS tLAWYER HARTFORD KY Will prncilrc hlK profeocloli In till tlin roam of Olio and iiiljolnlijpr ronnllfH is ntl In the four of A lIIInIK Siidnlnttontion ill on ttcrlnilnn pmotion ii ml to oollrrtlonn Olllci corner SfnV ket itnd Ceri trrMtreMOlieirniiH corner uptnMr JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LA WpoHARTFORD KY rollprtlufHmnkingahetrntt4r+ y Ompenorfh f lHinlillrMiiunr R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY IergiConrt1roPcntesclnhns promptly Httcmlml to Alo Xotiry Inbllc forOMoccmufv OlllriovM Ohio rollntlIl1nkt M I IIKAVUIN KIINKHT V IVAItH HEAVRIN WOODWARD a OCIh S a Kyillirmtlwfholr In ull tli Courts AppPil Sne oilerNone11 YANCY L MOSLRY ATTORNEY AT LAW Hartford Kentuclv Will prnctleehis profeHHlon In till the Conrtnot Ohio RIDmljoliilnjr cnmitta nod hi HIM Court of AiipiinlN AbaXotnry Polillc Office over Klrnt Nutlonnl IlnNk W II IIAUXKS S AANDEItSON BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law ILtlCTFOItl u y Tlio umlorltii tinnouncn tlint thor have flllllledII ptirtni i lili for 1 1m prxctlii of Law ID nil courts State not rVrtirjil wllh nffirfN Month cldo of MUii Strut tI1I1ltu CCllIItIlIortfurd Kv AiKtnxtlnirTltUx nnd Ililnntlon af MeliiKritleH oc to Itunl IMIIUI will IIH Klvwi Hpo e iiliittuntliili Salary In olllc W illUIIXKs s A AxnnitsoN u GRADUATE NURSE MISS SUSIE MAYA graduate of Owensboro City Hospital has located in 11 A1iFFI3 timesHphone No 137 i n laallcounuteqMveepeohemtborougttlyAtouroAxnac Send model photo or sketch for FREt report + on tcnlAblUt1 eo yearn practice SUR 9 PASSING REFERENCES For tree GuIdaon Patents write to t3O3GOO StreetWASHIVOTON D CI = JOG i lVlR- I L ti Pt tJ C COiWPAMY I INt OHI OKAl K 11 The Rongh River Telephone Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices for toll ser extendedareonversatJon 15 miles 10 cts 3 miles cJBraver Dam Ky JIJ 11m LECTRICHQuick Relief and Cefor Headip The blast teal CtaaUraache Backache 411tJM la +q sicdlJ t 1 4 t 1 1 Ii c i 1 1ro 1 I 4 IlfJ I 01 v 1 1WJO 1 f S fir rR J1 II 11 0 0 t f 1t i r f ii n 10Ji I Jt j Z6- i pARiJSL ArN IORIUMI bitItC j A between seasons yon wi1Inot care to pur tt I 9 chase ai fcguit and your old one be i t4fi1 4 PEARL PANTIORIUM r AND HAVE THEM PUT IN OKDER 44q Suits Pressed and Cleaned 75c CoatsPressedand Cleaned 40c 44 Coat and Vest Pressed and 44cCleaned 50e Ifi Pants Pressed and Cleaned 35c uits Pressed 40c k d Vest Pressed 25c 4 Pan Pissed 15c IC It P TWEDDELL Manager I yyVyyVV FIRST NATIONALBANK 1OtHartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500 Will loan money day This your Bank Come DIRECTORS GABE LIKENS ALVIN ROWE BURGH FELIX JIM STEVENS GRIFFIN bit Suits Scoured 125 jt Coat and Vest Scoured 75c i t Pants Scoured 65c Overcoats Pressed nndbCleaned 75c 125 baa b I Overcoats Scour j125 1 75ba Overcoats Pressed 50c and 75c Jc z D Oco Cr Cr o 00Cr Csw r000c 7 0 Y QItI1rww apsr wV srerWV y V J 4 i r from 1 to 12 months is in POLK WAYNE tJ to t ed to Me A + N OCy t I I I j ij 28 YEARSi Of Honest Business Reputation is Back of Eve- ryMONUMENT i Sold ByUs 1 i Gee Mischel Sons Props I i Owensboro Monumental Works 412414 E Main St Yards 214216218 Clay St 5 OWENSBORO KENTUCKY Oct Our Prices pad We Guarantee to Save You Money on All Good Honest Work I I rI I I I I I tS- I++++ +++ ++++ +++++++++++ +++++++++ THE KENTUCKY f I f Light and Power Co 1 4WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE BT COST i f ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME J i OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULI 3 wiriiour 1li Mr IN I REACHIr I t ELHEAVRIN C Manager 1 +++ Jo ++ + +t +++++ 1++Cf k In tlfttilll RiPUBUCftNie r f o THE INDUSTRIES AnnE JAMESTOWNEXPOSITION Most Worthy Works of Mankind Will be There for Study and Companion When the hour of noon April 26 1907 arrives and the gates of the Jamestown Exposition open to the world there will be witnessed on the shores of Hampton Roads Virginia the greatest collection of selective exhibits ever brought together In commemoration of the founding of the first English settlement in America in 1607 this great Ex position will show the industrial progress of the nation for the past three years All the arts sciences and industries will be repre rented by the best exhibits possible to obtain All the countries all cities and manufacturing centers all professions and creeds all arts and sciences all callings and occupa tions in fact the whole world has been swept to gather here themost worthy works of mankind to be studied and compared in order that all inquiring minds may note the progress of the world in these first years of the twentieth century The great buildingr at the Exposi tion include Manufactures and Liber al Arts with a display of the pro Jucts of the workshop together with a comprehensive exhibit of the equipment and muufactures of the dame Iranspartatiwn and machinery Electricty food products mines and metals agricultures horticulture power and alcohol marine appliances and specials The asriculturial and horticultur al industries of the country will be represented at this exposition as such interests have never represent ed at any previous exposition Spe cial provision has been made for this in a State Exhibit building which is one of the largest and most beau tiful on the ground Aside from the horticultural and agriculture exhibits which will be displayed in this building there h- an annex for the proper exhibit of agricultural implements and ft rn machinery generally farm equip ment methods of improving lands usedicial exhibits in tobacco cotton and peanuts will also be in this building The Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientists are unanimous in the conclusion that the generally accepted limitation of human life is many years below the attainment possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race is now possessed The critical period that determines its duration seems to be between 50 and 60 The proper ale of the body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged Carelessness then being fatal to longevity Natures best helper after 50 is Electric Bitters the scientific tonic medicine that revitalizes every or gan of the body Guaranteed by all druggists 50c jf Rival Candidates- I understand your opponent isnt very popular said the family friendYou bet he isnt replied the candidate for office Why that fellow couldnt even get a laudatory sentence on his tombstone What he Will Leave When the Shah of Persia dies he will leave 800 widows Oh Death where is thy victory Oh grave where is thy sting Ednorsed by ihn Cnunty The most popular medicine in tsego county and the best friend to my family writes Wm M Dietz ditor and publisher of the Otsego Journal Gilbertsville N Y is Dr Kings New Discovery It has prov- en to be an infallible cure for coughs md colds making short work of hem We always keep a bottle in he house I believe it to be the most valuable prescription known for lung and throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint the the taker Forsaleby all druggists Price 50c and 1 Trial bottle ree jf The Man Orison tywvtt Mnrden J Give me the man who can hold o when others let go who pushe- ahead when others turn back who tiffens up when others weaken who advances when others retreat who know no such word as cant or give up and I will shows you a man who will win in the end no 1 d matterwhat opposes him nil matter what obstacles confront him Resolutions Of the Beda local on the death of Mrs J C Park Whereas God in his allwise prov idence has seen fit to remove from our midst the wife of one of our fel low members therefore be it Resolved That in the untimely death of Mrs J C Park this community has sustained an irreparable loss She was a kind and loving wife a good neighbor and loved by by all who knew her We wish to express our greatest sympathy to the husband and friends of the deceased and that this our appreciation be published in our local papers J D RALPH G W BENNETT I T S GREEK TALKS AS FREELY AS A FOURYEAROLD Does a St Louis Nine Months Old Infant Named Barbar Jacques St Louis is excited over a preco cious child named Barbar Jacques whose parents live at Firamount avenue Although but nine months old she i able to talk plainly Ev ery word she says can be distinctly apparentlyIjlS they seldom are in th wrong place who have examined the child i declared that her mental faculties aro as well developed as a childof iota years and that her talk ing is nothing short of marvel ous Barbaras linguistic ability was first noticed when she was six months old She then pronounced words of several syllables without difficulty attracted by the remarkable gift of peech of the baby scientists are among the most frequent visitors at the home of the childs parents tc nvestigateIWomans Discernment What a murderous looking indi vidual the prisoner is whispered an ld lady in a crowded courtroomI Id be afraid to get near Sh warmed her husband That aint the prisoner He aint been brought in yet lilt aint Who is it then Its theJudge Resolutions- f the Beda local on the death of Mrs A G Miller Whereas God in His all wise prov idence has seen fit to remove from ur midst Mrs A G Miller this community realizes a great loss Mrs Miller She was a fond inI oving mother and a very wifeWe wish to extend to the husband children and many friends our greatest heartfelt sympathy and that this our appreciation be published in the local paper G W BENNETT J D T S RALPHI MusicallnstumentsI grand to newBazaarIt the advertisers j own business but for ourselves we think the piano would be preferable We do not care for the idea of a secondhand infant got up to look like a new onePunchF- ATEOF THE POOR DOG i Champ Clark relates the experi ence ofu western politician who was making a house to house eanivass some years ago This politician hadcome to n prosperous looking farmhouse at a crossroadwhen he observed comely young woman standing at the gate Pulling up his horse the candidate1 for the peoples favor gracefully lifted his hat in salute to the young woman and politelyask ed I No doubt madam your estimable husband is at home t Yes Responded the woman Mighty I have the pleasure of seeing l nsuavely inquiedthe HoVjijown in the pasture abury jndingates i nlu very sorry indeed to learn of the bath of your dog came I in sympathizing tone from the can dilate What killed himilie ivoreltisself out nbarkin at candidrttes said the woman EochcdtdrHerald re NINE THOUSAND THREE I HUNDRED AND FIFTY This is The Terrible Death Record of United States for 1906 The record of deaths by murder and violence during the year of 1906 or up to December 26 shows that the number was 9350 or 38 more than in 1905 Highwaymen bur glars and holdup men committed 605 menIand 11 women after killing some person have committed suicide and that 108 of these double tragedies have followed love estrangements or connubial infelicities of various kinds The number of double mur d ers is even larger amounting to 290 and 19 of the murders were women The number of triple murders was 90 and three of the murders were wo men There were 44 quadruple mur ders 30 cases where five were kill ed one case where 6 were killed for money two where 7 were killed e Balloon Problems I If the wealthy man is to add the balloon to nis power of locomotion by yacht and motor car new prob lems will arise for the protection of the public It is an open question says the London Speaker whether a balloonist who passes over a mans property commits a trespass Or CAS O ABoars ttteits Kind You Have Always Bought Sigaatwo +of EG Ic l 2 REAL ESTATE If you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us Note These Bargains Ninety acres of land on Rough river near Clear Run 2 bottom houselwithbarn and nice young orchard Two neverfailing wells A 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber J miles from Green river Hmiles from Paradise 4 miles from Echols 5 miles from Rockport 8 miles from McHenry Has good five room dwelling barn 50x50 plenty of water small orchard price 900- Splendid two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated on lot 3 acre All out buildings and goodwater Price reasonable One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the consisting i I good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain j 403 acres near White Run adjacent to the 1 C R R half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application i 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 GO 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 foot front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fredrica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain The 84 acre tract of land recent ly purchased by J H Hickman of Owensboro from the trustee of H C Powers situated in the Concord neighborhood five miles east of Hartford List your property with us We will find a buye- rBURNETT X 8JUYJ1 Republican Office Hartford Ky 1 slittleattacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beatsheartburnIndigestion causes tho stomach to theheart ofIKodolfFor Dyspepsia digests what you cat takes tho strain off t of the heart and contributes nourishment strength and health to every organ of the SourStomachDigeslivet of the Stomach I After eating my food would distress ms ty maklnj weakFinally curedIY t Own for about four months and it cured me- DI KAUBLE Nevada O I Digests What You Eat ashore IcdlgMtlon Prepared at the LibI our etooaoh belch orcoryofECDeWHt IBC of ne tc COCbtCAO USA I Iflllby Y UAYXI iKIMIN Cumbelancl TELEPHONE AN- DTelegraphI Co t ncuruurnt with1mn my residence and haaincteaser heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition T J MORGBN MOl WIlfl rJJiraTOhio 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fcWiity T T r1 tlt 1 1 r t i t If 1IVsever before and fee attribute our great success to the people of Ohio county and heartily thank them for their liberal put I ronage and hope to retain it during 1907 We still strive to satisfy everybody as usual which we hive succeeded doingt ia so fur If you havenot traded with us before make a new years resolution and start in with us now and we will ittee you perfect satisfaction4 in everything We have special lots of Clothing Shoes I Hats Furnishings Dress Goods Skirts i 4I I etc that we will sell at about half half price during the monthof January Also we will sell eyerythin we have in- K the house at very much reduced prices Here are some quotations which we are offering 4i I jI fP Overcoatstlsi 35 Mens 5 Overcoatsextra long with bet1Jsizes only 298 S i34 Mens 050 Overcoats heavy Blarer Cloth good quality all sizes 329 L 38 Mens 10 Overcoats extra fine quality extra heavy lung or short assorted colors 659 4 9 Mens 1250 Overcoats extra good quality Woe 4i black and fancy Patterns extra long or jnecHnm length 798 22 lions 0 Overcoats till lengths and IH colors 6 with or without holtaU sizes 598 i plenty mdreMin quoted n co I 252 doznoiMen Women anti heavy fleeced 19c 1hiAv tJ III g wait nine and then at 43c BeHtM II L Outing Hive Factory 5c C i n WILD CONTINUE J UPiNC T IE SJUFY4- I 4 3Pk11 DAflVUUVWVw Hartford Kyi1 G 1 1 fr w r tr e w twG tvf r 1GJ 1 Jl J t1 iVJt iq FOR THE LITTLE Rowto Perform a Puzzling Trick With a Watch Tlitr bewitched watch is a trick vrhat proves puzzling to many pco tire Borrow a watch from any one in the company Ask all your friends to sUind around in a circle Hold iho watch to one persons car an- diVlrIt is going Id that not so Ho will SUV Yes thats so Hold it to tho next persons ear und say Now it is not going Isnt that EO He will say Thats so ibt I taut hoar it going So nil around the circle One person will find it going The next goingThemeans ofa Tadstone which you hold in one ifand When yoU want the watch to stop going transfer it to the hand containing the loadstone which will immediately stop the irovcmcnt of the works When you want it to take it out of that hand and shake it gently going Game of Bookbinders J 1 In the panic of bookbinders the leader stands in the of a cir handssE book is placed The loader then goes around tlior circle catching up the books in turn and trying with each book to atrike the hands that hold it Each one tries to withdraw hiS lands before are struck The same leader continues until 1 Yfie in striking some ones whereupon the victim must t itU ttiko his place If ones hands are withdrawn and rx y groundthrough Irt of the leader it counts the name Favorite Royal HoraIKing Edward and theirBOJscsfavorite dies its hoofs are cut off A and polished and the horses name ii1 inscribed on each hoof These f MD placed in a row in one of tho t Katness at Sandringham above are photographs o- rftrints of the owner of the hoofs t majesties have their favoritet- T i v t VV uugs as well astheir TavonrcTibrscs Against a wall at the back of their residence at Sandriiiglium may bo Fcen a stone To the memory of dear old lloerjPresent and A In this game all the children ex cept two arc seated in a row Ono of the two whispers in the ear of- each child 80c1oIllIyou what to do with it adding I some usually absurd instructions When all are ready they in turn tell what has been given and what they are to do with il For example was given a pussy cat and advised to put mayonnaise dressing on it Four Tongub Twisters Tongue twisting sentences are al ways good fun makers Here are four for our young folks to try 1 She sells shells The sun shines on the shop 8igns3 Shave a cedar shingle thin 4 How muchwood would a woodchuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck wood When you give these twisters out make it spolceny1of fun To See Double To see double is easy to accom plish JuAt look hard at a certain gentlyshutting off its line of vision You see the object double for a moment t or two withiother eyeI m rra ru About It There is one Louse children said the Sunday school superintend ent that is always open to rich and poor alike Can any of you tell me I what house it is I can one little fellow News Its the station Loose Chicago I IA my choice said the patriot I would bo the man who writes the songs of a nation Well Mr Cumrox judgin from what J hear of the payrolls Id rather be the tenor that sings em Washington Star The LMB Put lath gata shock Irani a Icctric battery today aid iKe first hobo kQcc Its a fanny Hud ef a feel I 1 N rn Suits 38 fens fG Suits at 398 19 Mens 650 Suits at 498 23 Mens 7 50 Suits at i CI 500 26 hells 8 50 Suits at 37 Mens SlcTSuits atI 059 tor 48 Mens 1250 Suits at X808 65 Mens 13 50 at 950 53 Mens 15 Suits at 998 We heLVe that MTU not here which we will sell at rut prim Boys dOIlt lure Best q ONES renter succeeds 598 Suits stock in Feels jistiiko taking a bath Say exclaimed the other one you must rave a great memory I Houston Post the Bill What did you do with that crazy poem you wrote awhile ago I put Rah Huh the endof it and sold it to a university for a college yellDctroit Free Press Business Where are you going my pretty maidIm going ajilting she paid flew York Night Business Course Having been solicited by several who are working during the to teach a class at night I have decided to do so provided a suffcient number will take to justifiy me Those who interested in this class please no tify me at once so preparations for lighting the room be made NETTIE ROGERS Barred Rocks- A few fine birds pullets and cockerels at reasonable prices MRS CE SMITH Hartford Ky AV fIfor the uniform courtesy and kind= ness extended to myself and depu ties during the past year by the public The severity of the recent tax so law together with the short time after its passage until I was forced to collect the tax made the task ex ceptionally difficult and the credit of its achievement if any is largely Wifortsthis is compelled to collect the present years taxes under the Battle I hope that a more gener al understanding the law and its requirements and penalties will bl4 get a prompt response to the official call for taxes vri R B MARTIN S 0 C V January 15th 1907 IIi Boys Suits It l45 Boys Suits at 3 I 26 Boys Suits at 1Ir35 Boys Suits at 20 Boys Suits at p 189 3ss r 1 78 Boys Suits at riiv 198 40 Boys Suits at 229 16 Boys Suits at I 298 32 Boys Suits 315 5 Hats +140 Mens 12and 150 Hats 98c 2 f 118 Mens 151 175 and2 Hats at 115 JIW Mens 250 HIlt t 179 TThrsu Huts airo the Mites Styles in all colors Hud all 2 shalstiff Huts or Soft lint line Underwear at fit once Calico Cloth Cotton SALE MO T u J fv r go rooms O- njiftewalli viseI 1 I 2 replied Choice I answered 1 Mens Filled Rahon sir Life day are can Plymouth office law fo I I U 1 DAVID MORELAND I ho was the third time elected State President of the American Society of Equity at Frankfort last Thursday i I h SULPHUR SPRINGS ited herm therandfather Mr and Mrs Bob Duff Friday and Saturday Jan 4G The protracted meeting j Brother and Sister Goodman wereclosed at Cedar Grove I Tipmghtbad I atMrguests of Mr and Mrs Schuyler fActon Sunday Call Meeting Miss Lena Hunt has goneto Har There will be a call meeting of risburg III to spend the winterPreston Morton Post No 4 on Satu her brother and sister and at 191907 BusIness of im to attend to Come one schooland all Respectfully in F C L ComdaughtCentral City this week Watch Satisfaction Dr J A Duff to Frankpas gone J guarantee every Watch Isell to IfnnythingMrRoinneyActonom Louisville Sunday where he Would like to give you prices JB TAPPAN OpticianA4Mr 4- a J l t A J J Hartford College THE OLD HP RELIABLE Hartford College is now on a boom Every room in the building is occu pied by a regular teacher The Business Department will be moved to quarters down in town to provide for another regular teacher in the Collegiate Department which will employ three teachers full time for THIRD and FOURTH TERMS be ginning JANUARY 14 1907 Train ing of TEACHERS IS MADE AcrSPECIALTY THOROUGH IN STRUCTION AND RAPID RE VIEWS IN ALL COMMON SCHOOL STUDIES WILL BE GIVEN BY THOROUGHLY COMPETENT AND EXPERIENCED TEACHERS The Board of Education has made MapsGlobes + apparatus all of which will be in stalled by the opening of the Third Term January 14 1907 over fo ty nonresident students are nowTh attendance and it is con numberIone after Christmas Patrons and friends are earnestly requestedto help tain this number and thus again re now the palmy days of Hartford College 1 THE SINGERtiOR Wheeler Wilson If in needof a Singer or Wheeler r willbringyou the work and make prices to suit the times on easy payments Also have repairs for all makes of machines Office at my residence on Centel street Your patronage 1 solicited JC Hartford Ky 002Jse n I ew r HN- Ior s