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Y Y J 6e4 oti6r r I rdI 1 r to Dl 1 ttxrtf F ii1 ftqublicau l jF Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year ILt VOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY IfYi FRIDAY JANUARY 25 190T No 28 I iO MONEY TO TEACHERSI rI Seeming Lack of Harmony f F at Frankfort County Supt DeWeese Makes Special Arrangement for Ohio County Teachers From a letter received this week ty County Supt DeWeese from State Superintendent Fuqua it would seem that all is not sweet har mony at Frankfort among some of the present State officials In an nouncipg the fact that the State Treasurer had failed to provide the fourth paymept for the fifth month and suggesting that the Treasurer had 600000 to credit of that fund a strange condition of affairs is de picted Here is the letter Supt J M DeWeese Hartford Ky Dear SirI am very sorry that the treasurer has not paidthe teach ers on time There is no reason why they should not have been paid on time We have over 600000 to our credit and the draft is not more than half that sum He says that he will pay them the first of next week I am not sure that he will for they promised to send them out the middle of this week and did not do it See what you can do to get him to pay it I have done all that I can do Very truly JAS H FUQUA Sr Supt P I January 19 1907 It seems to us an unusual condi tion when the State Superintendent appeals to a County Superintendent to assist him in persuading the State Treasurer to pay the teachers of the tae tl1 e money which belongs to them when it is to their credit or to the credit of the school fund for their salaries already earned The letter also charges bad faith in effect upon the part of the Treasurer who is also a candidate for Auditor on the Democratic ticket this year We learn that after Mr DeWeese had made the necessary financial ar rangement and paid the teachers the draft came in drawn on the Citizens Bank of Shelbyville As the pre vious one was on the Hardm Bank of Elizabethtown this would seem to indicate that the 600000 which Supt Fuqua thought was in the State Treasury was really scattered around among some favored banks of the State and probably on time deposit so that it was not at once available for the teachers Mr Fu qua says they had promised him to send the daft the previous week but had failed to do so and calls upon Mr DeWeese to see what he can do to persuade the State Treasurer and Democratic candidate for State Au ditor to do his duty This is a pret ty kettle of fish- Killed u in The Mines Willie Geary a boy sixteenyears old and son of Amos Geary was killed in Echols mines last Friday by being run over by cars He was a trapper or door keeper in the main entry and when signaled opened the door for the motor and cars to pass When they had passed as he thought he undertook to close the door and was run over and killed by some cars that had broken away from the rJ load and being down grade were following along after the train His remains were taken to Rosine and buried in the family burying grounds Saturday- WoodwardAnderson Nuptials The Owensboro Inquirer in an nouncing the marriage of Miss Ber die Woodward to Mr A K Anderson which took place at the home of Mr and Mrs Luther Norris at Ow ensboro last Saturday evening says The ceremony was performed by Rev H B Self in the presence of a JfN friends The bride looked very pretty in a white mull made over taffeta and with a tulle veil Mrs Anderson is the danghter of Mr and Mrs W T Woodward of 4 N flw Hartford and is much admired by a large circle of friends Mr Anderson is a son of Mr R A Anderson of Hartford and the brother of Mrs Luther Norris and of Mr J A Anderson of Owensboro and is a popular young man Mr and Mrs Anderson will make their future home at Hartford The Revival The series of meetings conducted at the Methodist church continue with increasing interest and prospects for a sweeping revival are good The preaching is being done by Revs Lewis Lyons Baker and Bennett The sermons at every service are plain full of gospel truths and no one can hear them without being benefitted While the meetings are being con ducted at the Methodist church they are being participated in by members and the ministers of all the churches in town in a united effort for a great religious uplift in our communityI DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT STEVENS RESIDENCES Discovered and Alarm Given Just in Time to Save the House From Entire Devastation At five oclock Wednesday morn ing the residence of Mrs S T Stev ens was discovered on fire by a board er who was awakened by smoke and roar of the flames On being notified of the fire Mrs Stevens went to the telephone called the exchange and asked the night operator to give the alarm as best she could over the phone Other boarders were aroused by cries of fire fire and the rumble of trunks and furni ture being removed by occupants of the second story where the fire originated By this time nearby residents had been awakened The court house and the Methodist church bells were rung and in twen ty minutes after its first discovery the fire was well under control and in thirty minutes it was entirely extin guishedIt certain that the fire originated from a live coal falling from the grate to the floor in one of the upper rooms After burning a hole through the floor it followed the opening between the floor and plastering to the wall From thence it had easy access to the garret where it had made great headway when citizens arrived the whole interor seeming to be on fire The flames were smothered very materially by the metal roof which prevented any vent from above Had it not been for that the house would certainly have burned Four rooms were rendered unin habitable and the furniture was damagedconsiderably by water dnd rough handling The loss is estimat ed at from 500 to 800 which is cov ered by insurance m CENTERTOWN Jan 22Quarterly meeting was held here last Thursday and Fridayi by Bros Hays and Grant- J B Maddox is able to be in his store again Mant Rowe has moved into the Jackson property on Mill St Mr McMillin Clinton 111 has moved into our town He has come to finish some railroad work Jesse and Herman Stogner Okla homa are herevisiting the family of J B Stogner Henry James has accepted a posi tion with J B Swain C L Brown is able to be out again after being confinedto his room with feverMcKenney Sons nave opened up a general stock of merchandise here i C K Reneer has bought the Allen hall and put a stock of groceries in Watch Satisfaction- I guarantee every Watch I sell to give exact satisfaction If anything goes wrong I will put it right Would like to give you pricesIJ BTAPPAN I Jeweler and Optician j 26tf Hartford Ky c j i 4 ROOSEVELT WINS IN BROWNSVILLE AFFAIR Resolution Which Does Not Ques tion Presidents Authority Over Troops Adopted Washington Jan 22The Senate today passed the compromise Fora ker resolution authorizing the Com mittee on Military affairs to investi gate the facts of the affray at Brownsville on the nights of August 13 and 14 last without questioning the legality or justice of any act of the President in relation to or con nection with that affray This action came after the subject had been under consideration almost daily since the first day of the pres ent session of Congress and every phase of the question had been dis cussed on all sides The resolution which was intro duced by Senator Foraker Monday is followsResolved That without ques tioning the legality or justice of any act of the President in relation thereto the Committee on Military Affairs is hereby authorized and directed by subcommittee or other wise to take and have printed testi mony for the purpose of ascertain ing all the facts with reference to or connected with the affray at Brownsville Tex on the night of August 13 14 1906 Said commit tee is authorized to send for per sons and papcrsto administer oaths to sit during the sessions or recess of the Senate and if deemed advisable at Brownsville or elsewhere the expenses of the investigation to be paid from the contingent funds of the Senate to SHOW ELEPHANTS AND CAMELS GIVEN WHISKY To Prevent Their Takinr Cold and They Staggered as They Walked Through Snow Peru Ind Jan 23Thirtyone circus beasts on a wild jag rushing through the streets was a sight wit nessed by the people of Peru today Hagenbacks shows which have been merged with the Wallace shows ar rived here this afternoon on the Wa bash from Mexico to go into winter quarters Among the animals were twentyone elephants and sixteen camels The beasts shivered when they saw the snow and felt the chilly atmosphere Four inches of slush covered the ground and the air was raw and damp Fearing the animals might catch cold a barrel and a half of whisky was mixed with bran and this was given to the big animals When the ele phants and camels stepped out of the cars into the snow they became very noisy trumpeting and bawling with great vigor Fve hundred people who were watching them fell back fearing the elephants would break away from their keepers The big beasts were hurried though the town to the winter quarters a dis tance of three miles It was a novel spectacle to see the elephants and camels acting as if they didnt care a straw whether school kept or notThey appeared to be none the worse for the jag- Called to Meet The Green River Tobacco Growers Association is called to meet in Ow ensboro on Friday February 1 1907 at 10 oclock a m Each county in the district is entitled to one dele gate for each local Object of the meeting is the discussion of the acreage and other questions- J S CULLIN President ROCKPORT- Jan 23Rev B F Jenkins arriv ed Monday to begin a series of meet ings but on account of a few cases of scarlet fever in town it was post poned until the night of the 26th Rev E V Tadlock failed to fill his regular appointment at the Presby ilcyair 1 1Yy terian church Sunday on account of examinationMiss Maddox of Hartford is visiting friends and relatives in RockportS Co are preparing to put in another large mill at Rock portMisses Mable Garrett and Belle Everly Ceralvo are visiting Miss Mattie Harrel Mrs M J Reid who has been vis iting in Hartford returned home Tuesday DAMAGE ON GREEN AND BARREN RIVERS i Farming Properties Much Injured by High Water Prevail ing and Past Great damage has been done along Green and Barren rivers both bythe November rise and the pres ent rise said Captain W S Wright captain of the Willim Preston Dixon the government boat that operates on these rivers in a recent interview Really I think that the November rise did more damage than has been done up to the present time by the present rise Much corn all along the bottoms wasungathered when the November rise came and that was allowed to rot on the stalk Along with this fencing in the low lands was swept away The river at Spotsville and for some distance above is higher at present than it has been since 1893 The lowlands in that section are completly submerged and farmers have been forced to take their stock and many their families to the high lands for protection Much complaint is being made The river in the upper section is not as high as it was in November last the rains this month having been carried off rapidly Near the mouth though the Ohio river has backed up the muchIi timate how much loss the farmers I will incur by the rise but high wat er always gives them an awful set back It takes several years to re cuperate after a high water on any river Moss and Tompson Plasterers and contractors satis faction guaranteed Phone 29 or Beaver Dam Planing Mill 13tf CLOTHES WERE FROZEN TO SKIN Young Men Fleeing from Flood ed Homes in Boats Are Swamped By Waves With the clothes frozen on them and unable to move or speak Wil liam Goodwin and Clifford Mayo living in the Sodom settlement below Enterprise Ind were rescued late Sunday afternoon after being exposed to the fury of the storm t and flood for twentyfour hourssays I the Owensboro Inquirer They started to leave their homes rowII out The great gale caught the two men and filled their boat with water The wind blew them toward the deeper part of the river The men jumped from the boat and swam and waded a quarter of a mile to the Deserted home of Charles Brown I Here they could find neither match theIcrawled to the attic where they attempted I to rest and their clothes froze on them With the coming of daylight Sunday morning Goodwin knocked a hole through the roof andV crawled out on the shingles He put his coat on a pole and waved it asa distress signal In the biting untilIwasImorcidead than alive 4- P oil fS QUARTERLY COURT CON TINUES TWO DAYS Beda Local Against Steve Bennett Most Important Case Decis ion Not Yet Reached Quarterly Court convened at Court Hall Monday with Judge W B Tay lor presiding The first days busi ness was soon disposed of and Court adjourned until next day The first case called for trial on the assembling of court Tuesday LocalIinvolving the right to the posses sion of the Secretarys book be longing to the Lodge On the call ing of the case the defendant Ben nett tendered to the plaintiff lodge the book and money which he had in his hands and offered to confess judgment for same as settlement of the matter This tender was promptly accepted by plaintiff and it seemed that the matter was about to be adjusted without any trial or further controversy but the defend ant moved the court to tax the cost of the proceeding against the lodge which was objected to by plaintiff and the court decided to hear the evidence whereupon several wit nesses for both sides were sworn and their evidence adduced The court took the matter under advisement and has not yet announced his decis ionThe case of E T Williams against Dr B N Patterson was the only other case in which much controversy arose This was decided in favor of Williams a I FOR THE BUSY READER Senator Baily was reelected by the Texas Legislature and is to be investigated later Chairman Shonts of the Isthmian Canal Commission has resigned to accept a better place Harry Thaw was arraigned before Justice Fitzgerald in New York Wednesday for the murder of Stan ford White Dark Tobacco Growers won a big victory in Springfield Tenn when Judge Stout granted an injunction restraining the Tobacco Trust from receiving tobacco purchased from a member of the association Several buildings collapsed in Cin cinnati the walls being weakened by the flood in the Ohio river and the Fire Department was unable to reach a burning building which was destroyedentailing a loss of several hundred thousand dollars Marriage License The following marriage license have been issued since our last re port V C Embry Spring Lick age 19 to Myrtle Napier Horse Branch age 1G Oscar N Stewart Select age 24 to Debbie P Babbitt Fordsville age 16 L T Hayes Narrows age 30to Ella Wysong Narrows age 23 College Notes On account of the protracted meeting that is in progress at the Methodist church the social that was to have been given this evening has been postponed for one week and will be given on the evening of i February 1 Tuesday Rev Lyons conducted chapel exercises Revs Lewis and Baker were also present and made interesting talks The talk by Rev Lyons in his characteristic and pleas ing style was highly enjoyed The Adelphians held their first open session this school year Friday AlthoughIthe weather was rather unfavorable the hall was crowded All present seemed to enjoy the program Mr Will Crowe of Maxwell a student of last year has entered the Louisville College of Medicine Mr Bud Hoagland also a former stu lLh dent has entered the Medical Col legeNew students are still coming in The following have entered this week Will Griffith Wayne Midkiff Otis Rock Annie Daniel Myrtle Brown Eunice Rock Helen Whit tinghill Grace Whittinghill Cliner Hicks and Georgia Coghill The following students have led in their respective classes for the last quarter Cicero J W Marks Caesar Roy Bennett General History Raymer Tinsley English Literature Frank Foreman and J W Marks Ameri can Literature Sadie Henry Gram mar Arthur Burdette Beginning Algebra nett Arithmetic Irene Miller Owen Brown Jesse Smith and Ben Pat terson SAT NIGHT STORM HERE AND THERE Fierce Gale Sweeps Over Ohio Valley Without Serious Results One of the fiercest gales of recent years swept over the Ohio valley last Saturday night It was charac terized by the very few disasters which it wrought The Commercial Hotel at Hart ford suffered as serious damage as any reported in Ohio county A section of the coping or fire wall above the roof was blown over on the roof The Government dredge boat at the Hartford wharf broke away from its moorings and was driven against the bridge with terriffic force damaging both bridge and boat considerably The stock barn of Mr James King two miles north of Hartford was partially wrecked one end being blown a few feet out of posi tionA barn belonging to Mr Jap Sanderfur of the Nocreek neighborhood was blown down and torn to piecesA belonging to Sam Morton of the Ceralvo neighborhood was unroofedFencing in nearly every section of the county was much damaged- At Evansville shipping was greatly hindered and many boats were con siderably crippled The Green river packet Crescent City was blown from its moorings into a cornfield across the river but was later recov damageI were Owens boro was crippled and several water crafts injured Ifs a Womans Own FaultN- ot her misfortune if she continues to suds in silence with any of the ail racnj peculiar to women when is LESPERANCE iz T 1llv r lees and permanently ures l j u nui ly uli incident to other iiocti 34 Change cf Life no matter of jtj liow I m rtmding J ji7 U Lopcniice Ii a tonic for disordersIJj moves ths nervous and hysterical symp ofUI Wleu tilin during pregnancy It fits Women to undergo labor without un lain and exhaustion It it purely vegetable in composition sustain no trace of wry narcotic drug or otlCfluifdlcnt Fun treatment for 9100 JAMES H WILLIAMS The Rexnlt Store i t- a r 1 J d 1 r I t C I I wA i e i r h jODMBREATHITT fOR 6OVERNOR Meeting in His Behalf at r Hopkinsville Resolutions Adopted Recommend ing him for Republican Gu bernatorial Nomination At a meeting of the friends of Judge Jame Brcathitt at the courthouse in Hopkinsville Judge William- T Fowler Chairman and W R Wicks Secretary the fol owing res olutions offered by John Feland were unanimously adopted on me tion of C U Powers Whereas various complimentary notices have appeared in the press of the State in connection with the Re publican nomination for Governor of Kentucky in which it was urged that our followtownsman the Hon James Breathitt be made the nomi nee of his party for said office and Whereas various prominent men throughout the State have advocat ed his claim and urged his nomination tithe highest office in the gift of the people of this State therefore beitResolved by this meeting of his fellowRepublican citizens of Chris tian county first That we heartily recommend him to the Republicans of Kentucky as a man in every way suit ed to the high office of thief Execu tive of the State His public life as a lawyer and Judge together with his noble qualities of both mindand heart make him worthy of any hon or that may be confer red upon him SecondIn his behalf we desire to express gratitude for the many kind notices that have been made and assure the Republicans throughout the State of our loyalty and devotion of his caus- eThirdThat we request the papers of the State to publish the proceed ings DeafnHSS Cannot bo Cured by applications as they cannot reach I the diseased portion of the ear The is only one way to cure deafness I and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by and in flamed condition of the mucous lin ing of the Eustacian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear ing and when it is entirely closet Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and r this tube resorted to its normal con dition hearing will be destroyed f forever nine cases out of ten are i caused by Catarrh which is nothing i but an inflamed condition of the mu j cous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation mI Honey Bee Mysteries- An ordinary swarm in the height of the season consists of forty thous and beesthe mother or queen the workers and the drones says the New York Herald The mother bee in the busy time lays three thousand to four thousand eggs a play for this she has her being These eggs develop into larvae I beefbreadt then when the larvae have completed i this stage of their existence these nurse bees seal them in their waxtn cells and leave them to develop the insect sta elhe busy bee From the egg to the bee requires twentyone day 5 Then the young bee acts in the hive for a few days f as nurse bee and later takes its I place among the busy worker The drone is the stingless and defenseless malt bee and when hiV raison dtre is completed Uw leas mercilessly kill him no drone b inei allowed to winter over and consume the precious store Most interesting of all bees how ever is the queen mother Once noted she is easily distinguished ever after by her long slender body and weak wings both from the strong winger workers and the burley drones While the life of I the worker is perhaps not more than I six weeks in the honey gathering season tie queen may live fcr yearn though should she outlive her usefulness I nature is pittiless and her- r 1 1w 47 t chtldrai fall upon her and kin f lJer t When through accident cr inter the htvcbecbmes quceRlcssatiewor I derful to see how the Vets act i Afteradiet of bee bread tee secret for man apprehension tm bees agree upon some egg which HaJJ be hatched not this time into atrocr but into a queen then iiistruldoxr f finishing the shellwhich this egg in the visual hexagonal fiarai a cell is formed the size of a ihrraKfe with corrugated surface When tke 1 egg hatches the larva is not lroVip on ordinary bee bread but upon a mysterious concoction which th4 naturalists call royal jelly But the bees have been wise A doren accidents may befall one eRg and who knows So they cosstuc many queen cells at the same time But the queen mother brooks n rival in the hive and the first l QY to make her exit quickly makes tour of inspection and pUts to deat- all the inmates of the queen cells r But if by chance two queen emerge at once behold a battle roy- aL To the death they fight thi death of both sometimes leaving a third queen to emerge and fight a similar battle It is at swarming time especial that this mimic warfare takes place i for there must be a new queen foi i the swarm left queenless by the de parture of the new swarm One of the queer things about a queen beei is that she can lay drone or worker I eggs as she chooses the drone be i ing the outcome of the unfertilized i egg as the worker is of the fertilized Occasionally will le found in the hive a worker who lays sings whereas the worker is an imperfectly developed female But these worker eggs always develop into drones so the sooner this wouldbe i queen is gently decapitated the bet i ter That the queens wings sfcould be small and weak is not surprising for most of her life w passer within the hive She sallies forth only on a nubtial journey and thereafter only as she may accompany new swarm to another home j S I WHAT WE AS A PAR TY STAND FOR I I The Republican National Adminis tration as Administered By President Roosevelt I Against mob law Honest elections and fair countI Nonpartisan Board of Education f Nonpartisan courts and fair trials I The abolishment of unnecessary officenJiNonpartisan municipal adminis trationsIThe county unit in local option l electionsThe trial and conviction of I the guiltyttsameThe enforcement of the compulsory I edueational law The disfranchisement of every man that sells his vote r The arrest and imprisonment at I hard labor of every vagrant f The punishment of election thieves the same as any other thieesIThe rights of the common people md against the machines in all tthatI expense The impeachment of any officer who fails to do his duty as the law t requires A revision of our revenue favrs to I the end that property may be equally I taxed and the expenses of the system A reducedI fwell7Idia According to Consul General Mfeh nelof Calcutta the growth of tobacco in India is rapid The explanation made by those engaged in the business is that American tveed has so improved the quality and I quantity of the output that planters I have found it profitable to grow tobacco Where the Havana and Virginia I tobacco havo been extensively- and successfully cultivated the leaves produced possess a far superior flavor and are ofa finer texture than the local variety besides fetching a correspondingly higher price oats ODBmut 1 reCailsNsellr s fIIfli 0- B r tln MANS FRIEND THE EVER FAITHFUL UUfi Stands by Him in Prosperity Andin PoverlyfnHea1th And in Sickness The following eulogy on the dogs faithfulness by Senator Vest has been oft in print but the stiking cli max is so beautiful that we reproduce it ISenator Vest had been retained j the attorney of a man whose dog ha been wantonly shot by a neighbor It is said theplaintiff demanded 200 When Vest finished speaking the jury awarded 500 without leaving I i their seats The speech in full is as follows Gentlemen of the juryI s i thehI come his enemy His son or d ugh teL that he has reared with lovin care may prove ungrateful 1hoi who are nearest and dearest to us I f those whom we trust with our hap piness and our good name may be come traitors to their faith money that a man has he may 10se1 It flies away from him when he needs it most A mans reputation may be sacrificed in a moment of illconsideration The people who are prone to fall on their I knees to do us honor when success is with us may be the first to throw the stone of malice when failure set ties its cloud upon our heads The one absolutely unselfish friend that man have can in this selfish worldthe one that never deserts him the one that never proves ungrateful or treacherous is his dog Gentlemen of the jury a mans dog stands by him in prosterity and in poverty inI health and in sickness He will sleep on the cold ground where the win try winds blow and the snow urives fiercely if only he may be near his masters side He will kiss the hand that has no food to offer he will lick the wounds and sores that come ini encounter with the roughness of the word He guards the sleep of his pauper master as if he were a prince When all other friends desert he remains When riches take wings and reputation falls to pieces he is as constant in his love as the sun in its journey through the heavens If fortune drives the master forth an outcast in the world friendless and homeless the faithful dog asks no I higher privilege than that of accom panying him to guard against dange to fight against his enemies and when the last scene of all comes and death takes the master in its em brace and his body is laid away in the cold groundno matter if all other friends pursue their way there by his grave side will the noble dog be found his head between his paws his eyes sad but open in alert w tch fulness faithful and true even to I death Mothers who give their children Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup invariably indorse it Children like it because the taste is so pleasant Contains Honey and Tar It is the original Laxative Cough Syrup and is unrivaled for the relief of croup Drives the cold out through the bowels Conforms to the Na tional Pure food and Drug Law Sold by all druggists m tGave Kisses for Good Measure Ohio recently Jus tice Carley of Milan was relieved of the puzzling question of the rela ative value of Thanksgiving turkeys chickens and kisses when James Dalzell a poultry dealer pleaded guilty to an assault charge preferr ed by Mrs Esther Norton andwas fined Mrs 10Ied that Dalzell exchanged some of I her chickens and that he also gave her against her will several kisses las good measure I The men of the village dont blame Dalzell Ednorsed by the County The most popular medicine in Otsego county and the best friend to my family writes Wm M Dietz editor 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 and colds making short workof them We always keep a bottle in the house I believe it to be the most valuable prescription known for lung and throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint the I the taker Forsale by all druggists I Price 50c and 1 Trial bottle I free jf r 2 rtj j L1jL ALL OVER THE HOUSE Points to Obtorve When Choosing A Home When electing a home be sure that the cellar walls and floor are I perfectly dry That tho drainage sanitation and heating arrangements are all they should be Sec that the cooking facilities are I right und that the bathroom is mod crn and sanitarjII Make sure that there is plenty o pantry lima closet roomIThere should bo two pantries in the kitchen a china closet in the closetdfor linen Pay particular attention to the walls and papering and if there is any doubt about the last tenants scrapecILook to all the little things such as window fastenings door locks etc and arrange to have these fixed before signing the lease puteiThe Housewifes Week is the universal wash day On Tuesday the ironing is done Wednesday keep for mendingand cleaning the silver A good day to havo guests to din nor is Wednesday- On Thursday the upstairs clean ing may be done This leaves Friday for the down stairs cleaning Saturday is special baking day posIhousewife as well as the rest of the family A Novel Hearth Rug Look up all tho oldsocks and stockings that are past wearingand cut off the feet unravel the wool and make into little balls made by passing the wool eighteen times over the four fingers tie and sew on to u piece of strong canvas in alternate rows After sewing cut each ball in the center when a very pretty effect will be seen It has the look of one costing three times as much Tho rug will appear one mass ofcurls Besides being very inexpensive it is also thrifty because each time it is washed it will look like now The Coffee Pot It is of the greatest importance that the coffee pot be kept perfectly clean This point is only too often overlooked and yet the coffee pot requires more than ordinary care for the reason that the chemical ac tion of the coffee upon the tin or ajrnto tends to crente a substance which collects and clings to every crevice and seam and naturally in the course of time will affect the flavor of the coffee Very often the fact that the coffee tastes bitter or muddy arises from this Homemade Starch One of the simplest forms of starching in a case of sudden need is the use of borax water A quarter of a teaspoonful of borax in half a tcucupful of cold water will give a dressing like new to embroidered cuffs and collars or even those made of linen Dip the article you wish to starch in the dissolved borax wring and roll in a dry cloth for a few moments then iron To Clean Light Furs To clean white or light colored furs sponge with a mixture of one part gasoline one part alcohol and one part ammonia or ifIt dry cleanser is preferred sift powdered fullers earth into the fur and leave it covered for three days before shaking and beating out the powder Work it well into tho fur It will extract oil and cleanse generally The Mirror The looking glass may be polish ed with a soft cloth wet with a few drops of aqua ammonia It injures a mirror to allow the sun to shine full on it In some way the suns rays affect the metallic coating of the glass causing it to lose its brightness and often cracking the reflecting surface and always making it a poor reflector Maitre dHotel Sauce Cream onequarter cup of butter snlttpinch a of chopped parsley and one table spooniul of lemon juice Spreadat once on tho hot meat or fish Cleaning Sliver A little ammonia added to the whiting and water with which you clean your silver will improve its appearance wonderfully and quite remove that dull look UtensilsI be a lemon dipped in salt Then rinse thor lUghly in pure water dry and polish With a soft cloth IftiJiJ I I I Lj cjtM oJi1I y otOO+OOOOOOOOOO +HHO4 OI Grippe or Influenza whichever you like Ito r call of the most inaOdiseases knownQtz iit o Emulsion which jj Cod diLiver Q- to Qt 0gcsted forms scienceI 4 to medical h 4 It is so easily digested that it sinks intoQtr new bloodand new CmakingI and muscles a AUse Scotts Emtttsion afterII Influenza Invaluable for Coughs and Colds ALL DRUGGISTS 6Oc AND SlOO I- s44I O OOOO OO O pmW 111E1KflitMWJ11RYNt101 TwMA1TYKNd1 I T P4 1 = cc By All Mean l CnnrlorJonrim- lThe announcement from Frank fort that the attorneys interested in the case and the judge have reached the conclusion that the trial of Jim Hargi should be transferred from Breathitt to another county cannot be otherwise than gratifying to the majority of Kentuckians who are thoroughly disgusted with the farcial record of this ard the pre ceding trials of Hargi It is clear that any effort to have a fair and impartial hearing at Jackson would futileThe of soldiers might serve to protect human life but it would not guarantee impartiality Wither would the militia insure the acquittal of Hargis by a packed jury witout the loss of blood There might be no violent deaths but jus tice would have no better show for thatThere is no desire to persecute Judge Hargis He is entitled to an unbiased trial But he is not entitled to trial by a partial court and a jury packed with his henchman Also the Commonwealth should have a fair chance to prove its case Since Breathitt county offers nothing but farce and favoritism by all means transfer the case elsewhere Everybody Should Know Says C G Hays a prominent buis ness man of Bluff Mo that Buck ens 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 knov what Im talking about Sold bv all druggists 25c jf A S of E Tobacco is Worth the Price n Hiiyn Tnylor 1 The 1905 tobacco we are offering for sale in Louisville today is techeapest tobacco in the market There is less profit to manufacturers in 1606 tobacco at present prices than there is in our 1905 tobacco at the prices we have put on it We know it and the dealers know it and we want the dealers to know chat we know it But they do not buy it for the very same reason they nave offered to buy dumpers to oacco at high prices while refusing the A Sof E tobacco They would readily nay twenty cents a pound or dumpers tobacco if by so icing they could destroy the organ ization The hope of destroying is the only possible excuse buyers can have for not taking our crops at jur present prices This fact alone should lead every man into the or anization Regular as the Sun Is an expression as old as the race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular perform ante in the niverse uunless it is the action of the liver and bowels when regulated with Dr Kings New Life druggists LIAForThe Kind You Have Always Bought I Boors the- stRutturo 7Il ofGotEm I Bad I Dave Riggs says that this warm weather has brought out snakes in vast numbers and last Saturday he captured 187 on a high knob near the theCalhoun puttingthemfair this summer Two of the rattle I feetlongI l1 f II x- r ifi 1 measures three inches across and is four feet long Uncle Dave is evidently a snake charmer from the t way lie handles the poisonous rq tiles and never has been bitten them He says he always keeps soyteral black snakes in his corn crip to drive away rats and mice andnig gers from stealing his co- rnREAD ESTATE If YOU have a farm town lot dwe1ing or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do isto list with us Note These Bargains INinety acres of land on Rough river near Clear Run 3 bottom land Good new four room house with large hall and veranda New barn and nice young orchard Two neverfailing wells A 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber 3 miles from Green river IJ miles from Paradise 4 iniles from Echols 5 miles from Rockport S miles from McIIenry Has good five room dwelling barn j 50x50 plenty of water small orchard price 900- Splendid so two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated on lot S 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 theIJared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain 402 acres near White Run adjacent to the I 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 t gooddwellingfour wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application- A farmer of 120 acres on the Rochester and Rockport road two miles North of Rochester 75 acres Green river bottoms rest good hilF 45 acres in fine shape for cultivation t 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 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch 1 C R R 70 acres up land bal bottom will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About 60 acres in housesGood t Terms onehalf cash balance on 4easy payments New two story frame dwelling m Hartford Six rooms two nice halls deepGood thirdscashbalance The oji acre tract of land recentrly purchased by J H Hickman of Owensboro from the trustee of H ConcordIHartford List YQur property with us We will find a buyer r 8MITJ1Republican KY I j kk tifl rit t1 to e I fs ykr if t lJ r A t e i- rij d ti i- uu E NAfTO EBuir BY GONTRALT Bids Opened1 Without Ceremo ny Or Formality t Bonuses and Penalties Will Tent To Make Contractors Hurry Along 4 4 t Without ceremony and with no more formality than is exercised in opening the most ordinary bid i the bids pf contractors for the builds leg of the Panama canal were open ed in Washington A truly memorable event it lacked completely in the spectacular The form of bid is what is technically known to engin eers as a force contract That is perhaps best explained to the uninit iated by a statement of the terms The contract provides a system of bonuses and penalties which will tend to make the contractor hurry the work along If the total cost of construction should exceed the esti mated cost as fixed by the engin eering committee there will be deducted from the compensation of the contractor onehalf per cent of the per centage otherwise payable to the contractor for each 5000 000 excess of the estimated cost or half fractional part thereof If the contractor is economical and the srt ual cost falls below the estimates of the engineering committee he viii receive onethird of the difference between the actual and estimates costs Thus if the contractor keeps the cost to 3000000 less than the estimate cost he will receive a bonus of 1000000 The contractor will have to do on ly with the work of construction The Government will furnish the materials and machinery The con tractor will furnish all labor fore man superintendents clerks general office staff and tools of minor character and he will make what is known as the outside repairs upon equipment and machinery but there his obligations end The Govern ment must supply all locomotives cars steam shovels dredges and the like as vell as all raw materials toI be put into the work such as ment explosives oil coal and fuel The plant in Panama now owned by the Isthmian canal commission will be simply turned over to the contractor who with his great force of skilled men to direct the labor will go ahead and finish the job with which the Government has been wrestling But the Government does not relinquish one bit of re sponsibility The chief engineer ofI the Canal commission will be in direct charge of the work of construc tion and in matters of policy his word will be final The lowest bidder is a firm com posed of two men of long exper ience in handling big forces of men on contractsWilliam J Oliver of Knoxville who has done most of the construction work on the Southern system under the late Samuel Spen cer and Anson J Bangs who built the Sault Ste Marie Canal The Board of Estimationcomposed of two engineers selected by the bidders and three selected by the Isthmian commission must meet within fifteen days to fix the esti mates for the cost of the work and the time within which it must be done Food dont digest Because the stomach lacks some of the essential digestants or the digestive juices are not droperly balanced Then 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 t m The Farmer of the Past and Present The farmer of the past was a hard worker as is the farmer of today but he had not the education the enlarged views and the knowledge of his powers as has the farmerof the present He thought and had been taught that alone that it was his business to produce all the essen tials of human domestic animal life and to supply those essentials in con stantly increasing abundance at whatever the buyers v refrom time to time inclined to give In this respect the farmer of today is a Very different man He I What Ails You 1 I Do you fool weak tired despondent have frequent headaches coated tongue hitter or bad tasty In morning heart burnt belching of gas acid risings In throat after eating stomach gnaw or I fturn foul breath dizzy spells poor or variable appetite nausea at times and Kindred symptoms I If yoTNytyc any considerable number of th above s toms you arc suffering from lIIou n s pfd liver with Indigestion peN Dr PllrC finlden- it rl1ral Jscov vlSTnadrTun of thn mos valnabln modlcinnl nrlnclnlos known to medical science for till HadiinimiiiTangfl n- t rim a norma n lions It Is it mOb efficient liver Invigorator stomach tonic bowel regulator and nerve strong 1cner- Tho Golden Medical Discovery Is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum II full list of Its Ingredients being printed on Its bottlewrapper 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 made with pure trlplorollned glycerine- of proper strength from the roots of the plantsII Cherry bark Queens root llloodroot and Mandrake root Tim following leading medical authorities amunir a host of othura extol tho foregoing roots fur thocuro of lust such ailments as tho ntK vu yni tninslndlcnte Prof It Hnrtliolow M n of Jefferson Mod College Ihlla Prof HC VoodM Dof ITnlvof Pa 1rofEdwIn M Hale M1 of Ilalinimann Med College Chicago Prof John Ming M D Author of American Dispensatory Prof Jno M Scud dor M D Authorof Siwcllk Medicines Prof Laurence Johnson M D Mod Dept Univ ot N V Prof Klnloy Klllngwood M D Author of Matorla Medlca and Prof In Kennctt Medi cal College Curd Send V1lercehnn- falo dress on Postal to Dr ItN y and receive free IwoUlet giving extracts from writings of all the above medi cal authors and many others endorsing In tho strongest possible terms each and every In gredient of which Golden Medical Discov ervU composed f- Dr Plerces Pleasant Pellets regulate and Invigorate stomach liver and bowels Tiny may he used In conjunction with Golden Medical Discovery If bowel are much con st I luted Theyre tiny and sugarcoated now understands the position he oc cupied among the worlds workers and he realizes that he has as inalienable a right as any others to set a price upon his labor and whatever property he derives therefrom and he knows that by organization and cooperation he can secure that right the same as others have secured it for themselves The farmer has outgrown the re stricted and onesided view of his calling the old halfeducation gave him and his brain becoming as active as his hands he steps forward upon the higher plane of the com pleted and asserts the right to con trol the making of his products and if necessary to control even the production of them- IYIARRIAGE IN GOTHAM IS STIMULUS TO MAN A Philadelphia Matrimony Bent Becomes Real Downright Sport I believe our best customers i come from Philadelphia says the head of the marriage bureau to New York Sun reporter in a aI article on the marriage and vorce industry Theres just about once in his life when a Philadelphian wants to show that hes a real sport and thats when hes going to get riedHe marI really gets quite upset impatient They have to have a license there and wait twoweeks between the time of getting the paper and the legal ceremony so the bride and groom jump over here and get tiedI as it stands a man and woman can come here or go before a notary public outside answer these question and sign a paper I which is filed away in the records Then they are married Who is to tell that the man will not go off and marry somebody else He may marI This is what is called the con tract marriage They say that it is easy to get a divorce but it is a hard task in comparison with petting marriedthats dead easy What do I think of the secret marriages that are made in New York Youd be surprised if you knew the number of them As a general thing they are brought about by the mans un willingness to accept responsibility the cheat in the game of life who takes what he isnt willing to pay for They always end unhappily The apparent freedom ends in each suspecting the other Quarrels re criminations ensue and then the alderman looked toward the exit they go across the way and get a divorce Clear up the complexion cleanse 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 everyone knows Recommended by all druggists m F 16000 CREEDIN6- lS LILlOD SENSES j Modes Vary But Substance IAlways The Same Doing a Civil Act is Next to Doing i iaGood One And is Most PleasingI A friend of yours and mine said Lord Chesterfield in a letter to his son has very justly defined good breeding to be the result of much goodsense some good nature and a little selfdeniul for the sake of oth ers and with a view to obtain the same indulgence from them Taking this for granted as I think it cannot be disputed it is astonishing to me that anybody who has good sense and good nature can essentially fail in od breeding As to the mode of it indeed they vary according to persons and places and circumstances and are only to be acquired by obssrvation and experienc but the substance of it is everywhere and eternally the same Good manners are to particular societies what good morals are to society in generalcement and se uri ty And as laws are enacted to en force good morals or at least to pre vent the ill effect of bad ones so there are certain rules of civility universally implied and received to badones Mutual complaisances attentions and sacriaces of little con veniences are as natural as an impli ed compact between civilized people as protection and obedience are be tween kings and subjects whoever in either case violates that compact justly forfeits all advantages arising from it For my part I really think that next to the consciousness of doing a good action that of doing a civil one is most pleasing and the epithet which I should covet the most next to that of Aristides would be that of wellbred There is a sort of good breeding in which people are the most apt to fall from a very mistaken notion that they cannot fall at all I mean with regard to ones most familiar friends and acquaintances or those who really are our inferiors and there undoubtedly a greater degree of ease is not only allowed but prop er and contributes much to the com forts of a private social life But that ease and freedom have their bounds too which must by no means be violated The most familiar and intimate habitudes connections and friendship require a degree of good Breeding both to preserve and ce ment them Make them my dear child I con jure you good breeding the great object of your thoughts and actions at least half the day and be convinc ed that good breeding is to all world ly qualifications what charity is to all Christian virtues Observe how it adorns merit and how often it cov ers the want of it May you wear it to adorn and not to cover you I 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 entirely well and we can almost see her growNann- ie L Taylor Bedford Va CASCA SWEET is sold by all druggists m Points in Ironing- If your wax has given out and the starch sticks to the irons try kero sene Put a little of the oil on a cloth and rub the hot iron over it a few times This will keep the starch from sticking and removes any dirt that may have collected on the bot tom or sides of the irons which often soils the clothes As so little oil is used there is no danger When the cold winds dry and crack the skin a box of salve can save 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 Miners Furnish the Best Bal- lPlayers The question has often arisen why Ohio and Pennsylvania are good ball playerproducing states Players seem to grow in the easten part ofthe State of Ohio and in Pennsyl vania The fact of the matter is that these sections are strong lain ing districts and ball players seen ii h i j to come from the mining occupation i oftenest Mining where afternoons are idle ones is conducive to base ball It gives players an oPPoltunij j ty to practice and play Hugh Jennings who started in that occupation also declares that miners j have good eyes working under the j soft light of a miners lam as they i j do The fact remains whatever the reason may be that miners as a class are long on baseball and I many stars come from their ranks t Little touches of backache should not be allowed to go untended Rheumatism and many other things follow A box of DeWitts kidney and bladder pills will bring relief quickly They drive the poison from the body Act on the liver as well I us the kidneys A twentyfive centI box holds a weeks treatment Sold j by ail d ruggITHE QUEER SIDE OF FAIR JAPAN I Odd Notion of Man Who CapturedI Crow Chick For Medicine I In Japan the lower order of life I not only make war and supply meat but evince sundry peculiaries that render the invaluable concomitants of civilization writes J Ingram Bryan in Harpers Weekly A few i days ago a number of people were seen gazing intently toward the up per limbs of a large tree Stopping to learn the secret of this unusualI interest a man was cending the tree while a crow was furiously cawing and beating about j his head Then it was seen that the trespasser and possessed himselt of one of her brood an unprepossess ins little chick that no one could be imagined to fancy for a pet Asked what he intended doing with the young crow he replied that it made excellent medicine for the blood j Chinomichinokusuri to use his exact worus To insure the efficacy of the medicine he explained the bird must be token before it leaves the nest if possible or if it has left the nest before it gets to where it can drink water for he assertel if it has of itself taxen i water it loses all virtue as a bloqd cure This process of preparing the remedy is first to kill the crow and without cleaning it to incase the body in an airtight covering of ce ment or clay The mold is then baked for two or three days in a hot tire When the clay crust is remov ed naturally the crow will be found to be black a lump of pure charcoal Tnis is pulverized and converted into pills of the ping order which are very popular here as a blood regula tor He reminded his intrelocutors that the medicine was very rare be cause of time difficulty of finding a i crow that had not taken water The man was perfectly sincere and apper ed extremely proud of his success in i naving secured the bird He was reluctant to leave the tree lest there should be another on one the ground somewhereThose since the brilliant achievements of the Japanese ted Cross Society in the late war are ac customed to take for granted the ad vance of medicine science in this country will of course bear in mind that the parctitioner under consider ation had not at thjs time acquired membership of any legally recogni zed therapeutic fraternity but probably his nostrum was quite as effective as much of the medicine that is sold to a large constituency at a higher price in other portions of the tube OAsrronJADean theThe Kind You Hata Always BougH Signature rt of Progress of Languages There has been a remarkable in crease in the number of people who speak English since the first of the nineteenth century At that time there were only twentytwo million English speaking people Now there are over one hundred millions Russian is spoken by over sixty nine millions against about thirty millions at the beginning of the century In 1800 German was used by a little over thirtyfive million per sons while today over seventy mil lions speaks this languages In French there is an increase of about thirtysix per cent frA I Court Trial by Phone WisJelinr it 11 L A The Kind You Havo Always Bought and vliicli has been in ISO for ocr 30 years Las borne time signature of anti has been mado under his per JII social supervision since its infancy iIU Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Inluuts and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorfa fs a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Ito ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMC ctHT on COMPANY ttnuerurttnccTnwtonCITY TIII I H tMI loOt AitL1 n un r h OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 125 LKE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 TKB REiUBLrcAif and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TUB REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 Tint REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosrnoplitan 325 TirE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Owensborolnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 TKK REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TZCE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN n Hnn f5J BBBBg Ert GrjCt fB Laq RANDALL T COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN m When in Louisville STOP AT famEUROPEAN HOTEL i The Home for Ohio County People lip NJ Elegant Clean Rooms and Pciik Altuntiun s V Corner Second old Iciliixni Stivcts fib 1mCOLLI N S GRIFFIN Props b i m ltl1 21B 2 e m Ito Tarrent and while there got into I a quarrel with the village marshal and knocked him down Hendricks then drove home and went to work Liter in the day Henricks received a telephone message that a warrant hud been sworn out for his arrest He told the justice of the piece to hold the trial over the phone as he was too busy digging potatoes to Mme to town Hendricks was con victed and informed the justice that he would send the fine tomorrow morning by the rural mail carrier The tLifeThe 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 advanc ed knowledge of which the race is now possessed The critical period that determines its duration seems to be between 50 and 60 The proper care of the body during this deco io cannot be too strongly urged Car lessness then being fatal to longev ity Natures best helper after 50 is Electric Bitters the scientific ton medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body Guaranteed by all druggists SOc jf The Publishers Claims Sustained UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS The Publishers of Websters International popelarilltail nml vastly enriched lnovory ortwiththe purpnee ot adopting It to meet ho larger generatlonWe are of tho opinion thnt this allegation tenet clearly accurately describes the work t bCn accomplished and the Itultthathasbccu Tho Dictionary roooltcdeTery part and Is admirably udaptedto meet the lamer and severer requirements of a lOpularl1l1ollllflcnlthattho world hnscver contained retertotits highest authority In accuracy of deilnl lien and in the us in tho past It will be thosource of constantreference CHARLES 0 KOTT Chirf Jortlcn LAWUENCR WELDON JPEELLPCasniE5 JadcM The abore refers to TTEBSrEKS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE thcIntcrnationnlllt GET THE LATEST AND BEST Fouwill 1sTterutedtn our- apuhncnl Jaou wtfree + GCMERRIAM COxasttas t 01RayAIoI 4 Hartford Republican limed by the Hartford 1ahllflhlng Company INCOBPORAVKD OM B91INmC- O Editor E NtT11 r rsix pssoxa Es Combrlassd 34- ZQUCh U rz 2 FRIDAY JANUARY 25 ANNOUNCEMENTS- We are authorized to announce 5t ANIlE SON of West Hartford Precinct n candidate for llepresentntlve In the General Assembly from this the Cflth district subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W W PARK of the neca 1reclnct a candidate for Represen tntiTe In the Oenernl Assembly from thlx theJttth dletrlct subject to the action of the Republican partyExamine the label on your paper If It Is not correct notify us TILL IAN at last got pricked by his own fork TIlE Senate seems to exist with1 out Bailey Texas should have made his absence permanent sledI TilE boy who received a new for a Christmas present has a very poor opinion of the weather man TilE United States is rich enough to pay fair salaries to its public servants and failure to do so is discreditable MR BAILEY desired the Texas leg islature to pull off the election before the investigation In fact Bailey would prefer that the investigation be dispensed with entirely IT is of vital interest to our cite zens that the levee North of town be constructed ahove high water and piked at the earliest time possible Another winter like the present one will cause more loss to the people than the necessary amount to make it forever substantial Besides the damage already sustained by the county in washouts during the re cent overflows It is bad business to suffer this constant loss which far exceeds what the interest would be on an amount necessary to place basis and in con it on a permanent dition for safe and pleasant travel at all times WHEN it is possible for a situation like that related in the letter from State Superintendent Fuqua to County Superintendent DeWeese to exist it is time for an investigation It should set the voters of the State to thinking and if for no other reason furnished them sufficient cause to rise up in their might against the present order of things at Frank fort Did the State Treasurer mere ly neglect his duty or did he have the money belonging to the school fund loaned out to the banks in va rious parts of the State and fail to make connection with it in time In j eithor case it was the hard worked teachers who was made to suffer In this county except for the prompt action of our County Sup erintendent in arranging for a short loan the teachers would have been put to extra trouble cost and no doubt in many cases keen disap pointment We repeat there must be something wrong at Frankfort and a look at the books would do no harm THE FORMS OF LAW Ah under the forms of law did you say Last week we no doubt in com mon with thousands of other fair minded Kentuckians could not keep from contrasting the trials ac corded Caleb Powers with those ar ranged for the Hargises and Cala han the Breathitt county assassins A suggestion from the Hartford Herald to the effect that Gov Tay lor should be brought back for trial caused us to publish some few and only a few of the most glaring dif ferences in the manner of conduct of the two celebrated cases by those in authority To this the Herald attempts this week an answer Not in denial of a single statement we made but merely by impugning our motives and imputing to us sen timents which we did not express and do not entertain Unable to refute our contention that Powers has not been given the same chance in his trials as the Har gises the Herald lumbers off into a half column about the lawlessness under Gov Taylors reign What has that to do with the question at issue Does that answer the ques tion why Powers after three rever sals by the Court of Appeals is not admitted to bail while the Hargises u l are granted bail without a trial You fool no body with all this talk about the lawlessness under Taylor etc The people remember that all that trouble started about the stealing of some State offices by those who had not been elected to them and who a Democratic State Election Board said had not been elected You started the reign of lawlessness if such condition exist edbyyour revolutionary methods of usurpation and you are estopped from complaining at this late day of the results of your own acts 0 you say it makes a difference whose ox is gored What an unfortunate quotation tor you In deed it does make a difference What a difference in the trial of the Powers ox and the Hargis ox One ox goes to jail seven years with out bail the other is allowed to roam the fields of Breathitt county at will seeking new victims and in timidating witnesseswith his broth er on his bond The Breathitt county ox is a wealthy member I of the Democratic State Central Committee The former is a poor Republican boy whose office was usurped by another under the forms of law What prompted you to mention the gored ox anyway Do you mean to admit that in the Courts of Kentucky all men of whatever politics or creed may not be administered evenhanded justice Or do we mean to convey the idea that the ox will be dealt with according to his brand Old Hickory or G 0 P In a court of justice where all men are given the same opportunity before the law there is no chance for any ox to be gored Let the special Judges appointed by the Governor apply the same rules in the trial of Powers in Scott county as those used in the trial of Hargis in Breathitt county The law of Ken tucky is supposed to be the same in all Judicial districts and counties j Stop the packing of juries with po litical enemies in one case and the political and personal friends in the other Give every man the benefit of doubt under the same rules of evidence and then let the guility be punished to the fullest extent That is what the editors of this paper believe in However as long as j your Court of Appeals has to inter j fere in one case to compel the spe cial Judge to conform to the plain j rules of law to protect a Republican defendant and then is compelled to cite a special Judge and compel himin behalf of the Commonwealth to conform to plain law in the trial of a Democrat no fair minded person will believe that Taylor could get a fair trial in Kentucky at j present Notwithstanding the Hartford Herald declares in a half column of misrepresentation and I abuse of Taylor that political prejudice has almost subsided The spirit and temper of that arti cle belies the statement You ask if Taylor should be brought back would we prefer that he be tried under the usual forms of law Under the usual forms of law is a good expression It fits the case admirably What crimes j have been committed under the forms of law The Saviour of mankind I was tried and crucified under the forms of law Robert Emmett the great Irish patriot was tried land put to death under the forms of law and so were thousands of others through all the ages Who will be heard now to say it was right or just It was under the forms of law that the State offices were taken from those whom a majority of the j j people had chosen and given to the defeated The forms of law may be and have been made the vehicle for 1 the perpetration of the most cruel and unjust acts in all lands and all times No one objects to the forms of just law when administered through honest unprejudiced agents measured the same in all cases But we submit in the name of all that is fair and right that the rules of law in our beloved State should be construed the same in the trial of saint or sinner Bap tist or Methodist Republican or Democrat This and only this will inspire respect and confidence from all the people for the forms of law d Mardi iras INew Orleans La February 712 Rate one fare plus 25 cents for round trip Dates of sale Feb ruary 611 inclusive Return limit I leaving New Orleans on or before February 16 1907 By depositing ticket with special agent at New Orleans ad payment of 50c exten sion until March 2 may be obtained I 28t3 J E WILLIAMS AgtI IS FACTS ABOUTTHE TARIFF 4 Events Recalled in Connection With the Downward Revis ion Period of 18934 If the people of the country believed the statements of the Democratic managers in relation to the TariffMcKinley would not have been elected President The country was prospering un der the McKinley Tariff of1890 but the Democrats succeeded in electing their National ticket in 1892 on the Tariff reform platform Before the Tariff tinkers had time to make threatened changes business men became cautious and production was curtailed to such an extent that thousands were thrown out of work Workmen manufacturers and merchants united in petitions toi Congress asking that the Tariff be left undisturbed The value ofj Protection was made so clear that there was a nonpartisan demand for it- But the Democrats went ahead and passed the Wilson bill In less than four years afterward the people elected McKinley who had been condemned by the Democrats The fallowing shows the condition of business during the low Tar iff agitation and it will be diffi cult to induce voters to go back to those days of suffering and trouble as is now proposed- NO MARKET FOR THEIR GOODS Amsterdam Nov 3Announce ment is made here through the local office of S Blaisdell Jr Co of Chickopee Mass extensive wholesale dealers in cotton and wool stocks of all kinds of the failure of the firm The house is one of the largest concerns in the country Its agents are scattered all over the country and the annual sales of thei firm have amounted to between 2 000000 and 3000000 The assets and liabilities are not yet made known The cause of the failure is that the firm has been unable to find a market for its goods at any price At the local branch here today it was learned that the business of the firm this season has been the poorest in years the depression inI business having been a severe blow to the cotton and woolen industries The firm has other branches in Co hoes and Little FallsEvening Journal Nov 3 1893 LAST WORDS OF FAMOUS MEN Jullnn 331363 Roman emperor Oil Galilean thou hast conquered John Keats 7951821 English poet 1 feel the dulfilcs grotfliiK over me James Lnwrenco 17S11813 Ameri can naval ollicer Dont give up tho lips LonlK XIII of France 1COMG43 There come to me thoughts that tor vent wc- 1fllam Pitt 17uO 1SOG Ensjllli statesman Oh my country hoW I love tuef- eThomas Jefferson 1741M82C Amer cult statesman I resign uiy spirit to God qud my daughter to my euuutry Sir Walter llalelgu 1uu lotus flag Hull courtier and navigator Why dst thou not strike Strike man cr0 his executioner Hugh Latimer 14 721555 English reformer Be of good cheer brother We shall this lay kindle such u torch In England as I trust shall never be extinguished To Nicholas Itldley who was burned with him PLAYS AND PLAYERS Jacques Kruger of The Vamlerbllt Cup fought as a boy In the civil war Harry D Carey the author of Mon tuna Is u lawyer of standing In New York Elsie Janis carries two maIds a sec retary two autos and a big Teddy bear on the road A ship and a troup have much In common Both require skillful navigation else they go on the rocks Richard Golden has rejoined The Tourists Ills Timothy Todd Is the very best thing that Golden has over done Madge Crlchton lately with My La dys Mold has assumed the leading EruptionsThe of pimples and other erup tions is to cleanse the blood improve the digestion stim plate the kidneys liver and skin The medicine to takeis Hood Sarsaparilla Which has cured thousamk t U- G i far tha- t9druffThere Is one thing that will cure ItAyers Hair Vigor It is a regular scalpmedicine It quickly destroys the germs which cause this disease The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy The dandruff disap pears had to disappear A healthy scalp means a great deal to youhealthy hair no dan druff no pimples no eruptions The boat kind of a testimonial uBold10r over sixty years r 1 by J O Ayer Co Lowell Mere AMc1o Also PsPillS manufacturers 9 PECTORAL orI feminine role that of Dora Blossom In The Tourists Edytho Chapman whose fine per tormance of Princess Artemla In Tb Light Eternal at tho Majestic theater New York 1ms won praise undo her rebut as Rachel McCreery In HeW by the Enemy EDITORIAL FLINGS Tho financial column says that mon ey Is easy But the trouble Is the met who have It are not Cleveland Lead erAlready preparations are being made to harvest Ice This Is the same Ice that will be scarce next summer Phil adelphia Ledger Hall Caines slapdash criticism of Shakespeare looks like advertising for somebody and It could hardly be need ed for William of Avon New York CommercialA judge has decided that billiards Is a game of chance His lion or evidently never got Into a game with the fascinating stranger Philadelphia North American- A writer In London Truth says that In twenty years America will be much the greatest nation ou the globe In twenty years Which Is much tilt greatest nation on the globe uowV Eagle Bend News FACTS FROM FRANCE The sales of absinth In France have decreased nearly 3 per cent within a year The amount drunk last year was however still 4557520 gallons The making of wooden spoons Is a handicraft In Brittany and one of considerable Importance for wooden spoons are employed almost universal ly there for table use Many an old sailor takes up the carving of these necessary utensils as a menus of liven hood Iu Purls according to the Crls dc Paris they have counted the saloons In the various wards The ward In the vicinity of the exchange has the record with a saloon for every fortyseven of Its Inhabitants The market district follows with one for every Ilftytwo In habitants while the Champs Elysces has one for every 102 Inhabitants The quarter near the Military school has 11II saloon for every 172 people I MODES OF THE MOMENT Mist blue shades exquisitely with gray China silk petticoats are soft and grucofnl and may bo trimmed with ap plique lace and jet A new note of fashion Is sounded in the belts and girdles which need no longer Imriuoulze with the gown and In a return to the ones made out of rib bon There Is a now chiffon cloth called culftonctto which bids fair to outrival any of the other mentioned materials because of Its beauty and lasting qual ities Certain shades of red brown are almost as much famed as the regular wine shades These red browns are more on the cinnamon and Vandyke tones titan on the mahogany iiltboiia real mahogany red Is extremely elite New York Post PITH AND POINT We all think we have a lot more coming to us than wo ever get If a map really has money he says he Is poor When a wan boasts of his great possessions you may know he Is a bragThe cold facts are that when your ago Is guessed several years younger than It really is some one is trying to be agreeable to you Dont pay people left banded compll m eats It you want to compliment them and they deserve It give It to them straight from the right shoulder Atchlson Globe Food dont digest Because the stomach lacks some of the essential digestants or the digestive juices are not droperly balanced Then 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 Drdg Law Sold by all druggists m j rr- fJ 1Fm ORDER 1 TO CLEAN OUT IAll odds and ends of our wintermm rstock we are making big ieduc iff ItP tions all along the line tMen and Boys Overcoats f- P Onefourth off of the price of fg 5every man and boys Overcoat ff Iion the line t 1 Ladies and Misses Cloaks t = Onethird offof all Cloaks and = Furs ILadles Skirts = 4Ioff of the original price 4 j Ie Men and Boys Winter Weight Suits soOnefourth off of the original 4 i Ii prIceIINow is the time to stock yourself tI = up on winter wearables at a money saving price These prices will rule 2until February 10 1907 1ft 4- Bros1E PBarnes 2 I BEAVER DAM KY 2 1 iBLACK BIRKHE- ADUNDERTAKERS I I goodsincludingSupplies to suit any occasion We keep in our employ an experi rEquireI ats jr FOR SALE I have decided to sellout my entire stock within 90 days and leave Hartford in order to occupy my new quar ters which are being erected in Chicago 111 So I will sellout to any party at a very reasonable price This is a industrious particulgrse T 1 4 fi r THE SINGER OR Wheeler Wilson If in need of a Singer or Wheeler t willbringyou the work and make prices to paymentsAlsomachines Office yonsolicitedJ C BENNETT HartfordKyh lJ a iel- rt r 7JfA + 4 i fri 1 4 If p NOi ALUM i iIN FooDIIn England and France the Salt A of Alum Baking Powder is pro= n l pthiblted by law because of the in jurious effects that follow its use The law in the District of Columbia also prohibits Alum Jn food You may live where as yet you have no protection against Alum The only sure protection against Alum in ygm faking Powder is fo aye ail I I ROYAL ROYAL is made from Absolutely pureCream Tartara pureGrape I Lproduct Aids digestionadds to the of food iHartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 25 Illlnois Central RailroadTime Table North Bound South ItOIUHl No13 UieBCSniii No lit dir1131 am KolKl el230p m No 101 due 24 p in NoI02tliiB248pni No 131 dui 8Ki m Mr E T Allen Ceralvo called to see us Monday Mr E G Allen Select paid us a pleasant call yesterday For your pocketbooks sake buy your Overcoats at Carson Cos Postmaster J D Williams Beav er Dam called to see us yesterday For the best Groceries at the least money give your order to Carson Co For Scholarship m the Bowling Green Business College apply at this office Get your Clothing Cleaned and Pressed at Pearls Pantiorium at Y M C A rooms Mr R L OBryon returned Tues day from a few days visit to his par ents at Madisonville Mr and Mrs C W Sturgeon Evansville Ind are the quests of Mr and Mrs J M Mclntire They have just got Embroideries all over the store and so cheap a- Long Cos Economy Store Leave your laundry at Cleve Her a grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 16tfI Miss Ethel Westerfield Stenogra pher for the Williams Coal Company i was the guest of her parents last Sunday Our best salesman is the man who buys one of our 15 Suits because so many men want one like it CARSON Coi Judge J S Glenn has been ap pointed by Governor Beckham a special Judge in an important casein the Muhlenburg Circuit Court Mr John X Taylor of Earling ton Kywho was the guest of SherI iff R B Martin Monday and day paid us a pleasant call Mon day i Call on Moore Crabtree for first class Sorghum pure Apple Vinegar I 4 and all kinds of family groceries 1 Will sell as cheap as can be bought i anywhere Mrs Dr L T Cox of Owensbo ro arrived in Hartford yesterday to daughter Mrs M Li visit her I Heavrin who is quite ill ather home on Clay street 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 LongCos Economy Store J c 1 t t j This store fits your form pocket book and fancy CARSON Co Esquire J S Vaught who has been ill at his home on Washington street is able to be out again Sometimes you find it hard to se lect a Suit It will not be so if you come to useCARSON Co The dividend of 7 per cent recent Tobaccoable I Dr A F Stanley left for Louisville where he went to take j a postgraduate course in abdominal surgeryIj Messrs L D Bennett J3eda WardiNocreek WednesdayIIf you want to pay 10 for a Win ter Suit we will show you an eye opener at that price CARSON Co Dont neglect looking over our bargain Shoe counters The clearance sale price is less than the wholesale price at Long Cos Economy Store 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 Dont neglect looking over our bargain Shoe counters The clear ance sale price is less than the whole EconomytStore Messrs Black Birkhead have purchased the A C Taylor stock of undertakers supplies and will con duct the business in the future See their ad in another columnI Mail on star route to Taffy Ada burg Magan and Ralph has failed to go out for the last two or three Fridays and in consequence THE REPUBLICANS for those points have lain in the postofllce Hartford is rapidly coming to theI front as a Sunday School town We have here four well conducted Sunday Schools viz Methodist Bap tist Christian and Presbyterian Last Sunday the four schools mus tered a combined attendance of 312 IThe following persons have been appointed by Supt DeWeese as ben eficeries to West Kentucky Normal School at Bowling Green Simon lB Smith Fordsville Arthur Kirk Taffy Florence Hooge McHenry M F Hawkins Whitesville Clifford McCrocklin Little Bend The Bank of Hartford has amend ed its charter and been granted an extension of fifty years by the Secretary of State This is the pioneer bank in Ohio county having just completed its twentyfifth birthday and the charter limit It enters up on its new lease of life strong andE healthy officered by the mostpopu lar and trusted business men in our community 0 e q KIN healthfulness Overtoat Mr Z Wayne Gnfiin returned Wednesday from a few days busi ness trip to Louisville FOR SALEA scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Call on or address THE REPUBLICAN embroideries displayed on ta 1Alland marked in plain figures EconomyyStore iMr T H Maples has moved from to Hartford He resides in the Vaught property on Washing streetI Mr L B Shaver Hellin has deI cided to move to Texas to reside in the future He will probably leave in a few days for his future homeI Mrs A DBuskill and son Master Norman UigSprinjrs Texas arrived j Tuesday tp be the guests of Mrs WIHMarried January 16 1907 in the j parlor of and by Rev JnoTCnsubier j Mr David Jackson Carter to Miss Sallie Norris all of Rockport KyI May success and hapiness attend them through life Come early and often to our EmI broidery sale while we have 5000 yards and over 200 styles to select from They are bound to go rapid ly at the price LONG COs ECONOMY STORE The infant son of Mr and Mrs E 0 Cottrell died at the home of Mrs Lucy Hubbard the mother of Mrs Cottrell Tuesday at noon It only lived two days The parents have the sympathy of their many friends in their bereavement WANTEDGentIenien or y lady with good references to travel by Tail or with a rigfora firm of 250 00000 capital Salary 107200 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky 10mG Embroideries Embroideries in stacks Insertions Insertions to match We didnt buy these to keep Come see if they dont go 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 LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE I No town in the world can beat Hartford in a hand to hand encounter with fire The saving of Mrs Stevens residence Wednesday morning is another addition to thet record of a long line of remarkable feats to the credit of our bucket brigade When the bell is heard I injthe dead of night men reI r spond almost as promptly as trained I i fireman could They know how to I fight end know they have to do it i I LX7 L Mr Victor Matthews left a few days ago to take a position on the Daily News at Ithaca N Yas a linotype operator Young Matthews is only 18 years of age and is a l splendidexample of the pluck and self reliance of the American boy He begins his present position at a salary of 18 per week and his ener gy and aptitude for the work is sure to place him at the top of the ladder fuI together with his many other friends r we shall confidently look forward to i a bright career for Victorh h NOTE Having decided to quit bushiness in Hartford we take I this means of asking every one indebted to us to call at once and settle SAM BACH I Salei business I genfgood locality near church and good school For particulars j call on or address L E EVERLY 2Gt8 Matanzas Ky Sheriffs Sale By virtue of execution No 61 book 12 directed to me which is sued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor of A F Stanley against Paul Carter Iorone of my deputies will on Monday the fourth 4th day of February 1907 between the hours of 1 oclock p m and 2 oclock p m at the Court House door in Hartford Ohio county Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof PlainItiffsOne house and lot in Hayti Ohio county Kentucky bounded as follows Beginning at a stone in Young Parks line thence with Sherman street in Hayti N 79 W four poles and 10 links thence S 26 poles to a stone thence S 79 E four poles and 16 links thence with Parks line to the begnning containing three I fourths of an acre more or less See parIClerks office Levied on as property of Paul Carter Terms Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months bond- with approved security required having interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day sale and bearing the force and ofI feet of a sale bond Witness my hand this 14th lay of January 1907 R B MARTIN S 0 C By S1 HRATCHEK D S Barred Plyinoiltli Rocks A few fine birds pullets and cockerels at reasonable prices MHSCE SMITH Hartford Ky The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In ihl country most dangerous dcceplive deaths are caused b- itheart disease pneumonia hear failure or are often apoplexI of kidney disease I kidney trouble Is al lowed to advance th- lkidneypoisonet blood will attack the vitalorgans or tht uaneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure U obtained quickest by a proper treatment ol the kidneys If you are feeling badly yot KilmerSwampRootbladder remedyIscaldIngunpleasant necessity of being compelled to manytimes I extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon j I wonderful I soldbyj j Ahave ot j wonderful new dls K IIH1 W 1 I covery and a book that j tells all about it both iiomoofSwimMioot I j CoBfnghamton I paperDont j lhname SwampRoot Dr Kilmers I BinghantonN j 4 s PAIRS t GREEN TICKET tf J SALEC CJox3Ltla3iaes Througb The Veek + Dont Fail to AttendsA f SPECIALSt 25c Pure Heuck Towels per pair cs only I8c 19cc19cAtea Z Regular 25c per yard Ribbons all shades 19c l15c 20c and 25c Embroideries only9c g Best lOc Dark Outing Flannels now 8c Childrens 250 and 300 Cloaks +y f only 198 t Ladies 750 and 8 Wrapsonly498 Mens 5 750 and 850 Over coats now 548b4 t ADVANCE SPRING STYLES I tWeare showing our spring Ginghams Goods Silks Percals etc at 90 special prices this week Dont fail to see them+ Remember the Place o 4P0U4 lJlc Y Al JSijJJjtillsI rGfJ1CG J 1 kJVlU = 7 = 1 1 o 3 5 S2 SCM8N w Statement of the Condition f OF THE BANK 1YOFAt the Close of Business December 31st 1906 RESOURCES r- f Loans and discounts 18264817 Overdrafts 215707 ii Cash on hand and due from banks 7517202 Exchange for clearings 02062 aBanking house and lot 500000 I Furniture and fixtures 100000 Total 26480438 LIABILITIES Capital stock 4000000 Surplus and undivided profits 1365636 Deposits 20954802 Dividend 160000TotalIComparativeStatement of Deposits I 6988894 December 31 1901 9490667 j 15623464December 16336725DecemberDecember 31 1906 20954802 OFICERS PresidentJOHNI RECTORS- J W FORD H ZTHOMASc K4CttMCM4tttte acvc c c c c c cc c 1 a- ilTl I K f ttir 1 ry 1 t rwu 1 JIioo r utKI 1 iuwuAt t 1 tI r A SHIP THAT CANNOT SINK Captain Mencom has succeeded in making the model of an unsinkable ship which has Interested the Unltel States government and an appropriation will bo made to build an experimental vessel after his design The Inventor de pends on u double hull and hlv jlan is one of the most promising of modern r on lnlcnble schemes r A LITTLE NONSENSE Hew That Brownsville Affair Was Decided The passenger who had boarded the train at Brownsville had just got comfortably settled when tho man in the sent back of him leaned over and touched him on the shoul der and asked Air ye from this town we jest passed mister- I Rirt was the reply If Waal if yo kin give me a pieco o information itll be a thunderin big streak o luck an Ill be a hull lot obleeged to ye How long hev jO lived in Brownsville Nighon to forty years I wua born there Waal now but mebbe Im goin tor find out at last Ten years ago eir me an nn wife wuz ridin along here on the keen an when we comeI to your town there wuz a man woman hovin a terrible time We couldf em from the window The woman had the man by tho nock an she wuz whalin him for keeps but jest when things WUK most excitin the blamed train moved on an we never knowed how tho scrap cum out Did the woman hev red hair undid she look to weigh bout 200 poundasked the man who had got on at Brownsville f She An dil1Iwith a I He wuz Then I kin tell ye all about it bokaeo he wuz my uncle an she wuz his third wife Ho laid in bed two days after she got through mnulin him thet time WasJ by gum exclaimed the man who had hcen asking questions as his jaw fell and he heaved a deep sigh and leaned back in his seat again Whats the matter asked the otherThe matter is he replied thet my old woman an I hey bin disput in about thet fight ever since we eeen ittai Ive allus claimed an sometimes jumped two feet in the air when claimed it thet the little cuss finally switched his head loose an won the battle Laid up two days ih Waal drat his hide I wish he had bin laid up two weeks an had hiIIOie twisted round to the back of his headJudgeDo- mestic Philosophy 4 HusbandA man doesnt know tl what happiness is till hes married WifeIm glad youve found that m out at las- tHusbandYes and then its too late Heiterc Welt t Hia Habit 4 I suppose you heard about old i Sharpe the lawyer No What Tt- tjfriIt i fIheard this morning that ho a was lyingat deaths door tfuWcH well The ruling passion fii r strong oven there ehPhiladel t- J irii Press iI iJ Ii +I d t f A LITTLE NONSENSE Spoiled Flirtation In Which Man Near j ly Falls From Grace I never was much given to flirtation said the traveling man but I had a narrow escape last summer from falling from grace- I was riding from Hannibal Mo to Springfield Ill on a train 1 sat j next to the window on the right l fide of the car no one sharing my I scat Across the uislc from me wit two women The one next to the window was a good looking person with a blue silk gown and n pleasant facial expression Once as she look I ed at me I detected a distinctly friendly twinkle in her eyes 1 was astonished But not fatally A mans e otim will never let him foci wholly surprised when a woman shows signs of being pleased with himI thought At last I have found some one who detects a good thing at first sight without the necessity of nay of the preliminary stages of acquaintance The next time I look ed her way which wasnt long there was a friendly twinkle in myown eyes in response to which a sug gestion of a smile visited the cor ners of the womans well shaped mouthsat up fixed my coat collar so it set just right adjusted my fourI inhand and tried to look uncon cerned Within five minutes that strange person and I wore smiling at each other like old acquaintances About this time a tall lanky person walkd into the car spoke a word to the woman accompanying the one of the friendly proclivities and then sat down beside me We drifted into conversation with the freemasonry of involuntary seat mates Soon he sitidIm tho sheriff of this county Ive got a couple of crazywomen takin em to the sy lum You wouldnt never know they was crazy neither That wom an over there with the blue dress is one of em Well I have known some keen humiliations in my life but that was a trifle the keenest Chicago News Abreast of the Times I TarOn my last voyage I saw I waves 100 feet high Old SaltIve been a sailor for ty years and never seen em over fiftyTtirPraps not But everything is higher now than it used to be mlteAlly Slopers Half Holiday Filled the Bill What did you do with that crazy agoIon the- end of it qnd sold it to a university l for a college yellDetroit Free Press i jWhereIm g inlijltr s l o said Isew York Liir 7Jc j w S m CONDENSED STORIES xrE- asy For the Lawycr but Hie Clfenii Hod tq- No HI cIJ v law firm in SanprscKcotmty Mo was hotter kU Vllthm the firm of Valton tHalttinS J Walton being the senior member of the firm and his nephew Lyrriun the junior So well known ycvo the men personally that they were always spoken of liSCIS J UlHlLy man says the Boston Herald- A number of years ago the citi tens of the town of Solon ih the countybentt the biggest Fourth of July celebra countyAmonggramme was an oration by the Hon S J Walton of Skowhegan exsen ator of the county A large platform was built under sonic large trees and it was there POOTY SPOKEN MAX UAJNT HE t that the senator poured out his eloquence and told over the well known features of the Revolution and how many times his greatgrandfather pIntIforming at the speaker with open mouth I ed wonder As the visitor drew near the farmer the latter remark ed 1ooty spoken man haint heIYes answered the visitor is nn easy speaker and it is very easy for him to earn 10 todayIYes yes observed as he stroked the yellow corn tassel on his chin very easy for him but mighty hard for us When the Reporter Scored Charles M Jacobs the chief en gineer of the Pennsylvania railroad tunnel under the North river recently conducted party of railroad ollicials and reporters through the tunnel on foot At one stage of the programme there was some slight delay and Mr Jacobs said with a laugh to a reporterWe are not very punctual eh Wo arc like a little country railroad president hurriedly one evening I understand he said that yourlineOh you do do you said tho president with a sneer Yes sir And the reporter waited pencil and paper in hand What do you know about this accident the president still sneering asked Nothing except that it hap pened to the 915 train the reporter meekly answered Well said the president that train carne in on time to the minute I Arc you sure of that said the reporter Of course I am sir The disappointed reporter pock eted his tools thoughtfully dent referred to Is Severe on Senate English story about the senate Washington have every reason to believe it is trueA senator hurried into the sen ate chamber one morning early and said to a page Young man did you finda ten dollar bill on my desk last evening 1 wrote a letter intending to in close the bill but somehow I failed to do so and left it behind on the blotter I pagetrlanthnt bill and here it is And tjs r Ijsky thin for you sir that none happeelhefnelrJPJ 11 r- ti pk I Qom ijh11 rS 1 E7 II t i I ZJ Jj It1 a t t rI1 tJ You want to HIT what you are aimln t I be it bird beast or target bair VMII s ota count by shooting the STECCS 1iIl I 6S1 0 0 LI1S s Ask pool Dealer In Send 4tatsIa raninx uitKIfwe ship direct tr viua ebooiofrerr- rfrti frtfai1 urn cure for prcteiu aid ttcelptrcatatnrrtt rr6reare aa ert- Beautiful threecnlor 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Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices for tollser 1 extendedconversation 15 mileslO ctsi SO miles cJBeaver Dam Ky lit r i II n lITERSTh heat orllcCu1lLthIMedicine for those eMet SO cGuaraateLIv QI ay ti tae hrp qys Lf + 0 1l bio A PBARLS E H ANTIORIUMIbit bitfchase a new suit and yet your old one may be bit looking shabby Do not worry but keep yourself = looking nice by bringing them to b PEARLS PANTIORIUM E AND HAVE THEM PUT IN OHDER t Hits Pressed and Cleaned 75c Coats Pressed and Cleaned 40c Coat and Vest Pressed and i Cleaned 50c Pants Pressed and Cleaned 35c i Suits Pressed 40c Coat and Vest Pressed 25c Pants Pressed 15c P r Mt I Oi Hartford pital Stock 25000 urplusfc profits 2500 Will loan money from 1 day i 12 months This is your ank Come i- nDIRECTORS5 ABE LIKENS ALVIN ROWE I BURCH FELIX JIM POLK STEVENS GRIFFIN Cit Suits Scoured 125 Coat and Vest Scoured 75e 3 Io Pants Scoured 65c il tOvercoats75c to 125 j Overcoats Scour i3 ed 125 to 175 t I Overcoats Pressed 50c and 75c 5A It I W D TWEDDELL Manager ITiSTNATIONAL BANK WAYNE Cleaned I r 1 28 YEARS I Of Honest Business Repu tation is Back of Eve- ryMONUMENT mold By tJ- 6eoi Mischel Sons Props Owensboro Monumental Works 412414 E Main St Yards 214216218 Clay St OWENSBORO KENTUCKY + Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You Money on All Good Honest Worki i oJ ++ ++++ ++ ++++ + r+t +++ot + + ++ oo i 1 t THE KENTUCKY+ + I Light and Power Co 1 i iWlhh WIRE YOUR HOUSE BY GUSTSf + 4 + ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN + HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME i OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACHi1 M L HEAVR1N Manager I + t +++++ +++ a RLJOLICAN1J f J Il f1I no = r T I A CALIFORNIA PUMPKIN VINE In southern California where vegetation makes u marvelous growth In a single season the specimen herewith Illustrated Is not nn Infrequent sight This particular pumpkin vine grew along the roadside near Los Angeles and com pletely covered the trunk and branches of a dead tree reaching a height of about twenty feet FOR THE LITTLE ONES i Gome Interesting Statistics of the Amazon River The Amazon in South Air rica I is the largest river on the lice of the globe and is according to Pro ffssor Agnssiz IGO miles in width at its mouth The distance from ilio source of the Amazon in the Audis to tho Atlantic ocean is 2000 Tiiiis in a direct line but by the ouvff of the river nearly 4000 t ios The Amnzon drains an area if 2000000 square miles ton times IP urea of France and in connect tai with the river and its tribu liras there are said to be 50000 lass of navigable waters onehalf nf which is suitable for steam nay untion by large vessels The mini her length und volume of the Am azons tributaries are in proportion to its magnitude More thus twenty superb rivers 1000 miles and upward in length pour their waters I into it and streams of less importance are numberless At the junc tion of the Yurayali with the Am azon a line of fifty fathoms doe not reach the bottom and in breadth it is more like a sea than a river The longest tributary the Madeira has a length of 2000 miles t The Coughing Bean We have heardof the pitcher plant that captures unwary insects andaIts them and we have been beguiled by the tale of the singing tree but we never heard of any product of the tropics more strange than the coughing bean This bean is not the product ofan excited imagination the fantasy of a dream phantasmagoria but a very mate rial coughing fact What makes the bean cough Why thats easy It coughs for the same reason you coughto clear its throatI mean its pores These pores are very sensitive to any irritation When the pores become clogged with dust gas collects within the plantcells finally bursting out in a paroxysm ofcoughing and sneezing which ef fectually disposes of the dust This respiratory plant is sometimes cul tivated as a house plant and the weekly sweeping of the carpets sets it to coughing violently Star Monthly Unconscious Movements Choose from your audience an as sistant and beg him to lean his hand forcibly on the table placing within his fist a common dinner knife Slit a match at the wrong end and cut another one on the slant Now place one within the other so as to form an acute angle and set these conjoined matches astraddle on the blade of the knife your assistant holds having first slightly bent them Impress on your experiment er to allow the phosphorous ends lightly to touch the table but on no account to move away from its sur faceTo the great astonishment of both the operator and the specta tors the matches will begin to march along the blade This is duo to the unconscious movements of the person who holds the knife movements invisible both to him self and to the public Taming a Hummer The boys and girls will be sur prised to hear no doubt that it is possible to tame a humming bird A few cases are on record in which the efforts wero successful Tho method adopted was to put in the nace several paper flowers of a tub f 4 x + t- rtLAL ular form and in them a little sly r andwater which was frequently renewed After awhile the bird took the sweet and appeared to be quite content The Scholar He Isnt what you would evil bright And n ho Isnt slow For ho ran add up one and one And m It two you know His pp lIao too IH rather good Hell tlioll b e e bee Cut honey Is too much for him HON atlll finite young you see Ile started with tho little ones 7h kindergarten hears nut then he not so ciulckly on They soon moved him upstairs rJ there ho sits and learns and growls Ills brows are Inlt with care But I feel sure he will gt on Hoa such a plodding bear First American Iron The first iron to he found n America was discovered in Xortli Iurolina in the year loSo Thtt Irst attempt at its manufacture VIM in Virginia in KM fl A Theory Do you believe there is any chance of war with Japan asked the diplomat Xo answered the Californian the Japanese will hardly want to light us until we have educated them a little more fully in modern methods that will enhance their hopes of success Washington Star Helping on His Finish Youll find Im hard to discour age said the persistent suitor mel odramatically Some day Ill make you admit you love me and then and not till then I will die happy Ill say it now replied the heartless girl I dont mind tell ing a lie for a goodemtPhila delphia Ledger Making It Right SheI cant bear actors Theyre so conceited HeBut Im an actor and you dont think Im conceited do you She seeking to recover herself Ohof course not I mean the big ones The little ones dont count Sacred Heart Review An Inference I always try to practice charity enid Miss Pnssny My motto is Do unto all men as you would have them do unto you Gracious exclaimed Miss Port You lent really kiss them do you Philadelphia Press Unusual She tShe is always talking about her mince pies Did you ever tee unusual in them lIeYes I saw a shoe button in one orice Yonkers Statesman f t = Lived and Lccrncd TackI thought I knew all ahout skatnig whcn 1WllSOa small boy yonJaeekrknew how to skateBrooklyn E v le- r 1 w CONDENSED STORIES Why Speaker Cannon Passed by the House Restaurant Speaker Cannon the other day passed by the luxurious and bc tableclothed house restaurant for congressmen to the bare floored little alleyway with little naked tables of the Beefsteak John sort where the plebeian multitude are uncere moniously fed by hoarse and jos tling waiters Every waiter in sight droppedladenThe proprietor reached Uncle Joe in three leaps and took him by I I WANT TO GET SOMETHING TO EATIthe arm with intent to into the holy of holies where the linen napkins are Dont said Uncle Joe resist ing I came here on purpose I am in a hurry and I want to get something to eat I cant get it thereAfter vain expostulations the pro prietor permitted the speaker to sit at a bare table opposite a fat grocer from Milwaukee The consterna waiteriand dashed forward to wait on Un ile Joe who demanded beau soup and apple pie Three waiters brought him the soup two conveyed the pie and the proprietor himself furnished glass of water No mystery about itsnid Un cle Joe wiping some pie crumbs from himself with a paper napkin I want what I want when I want getjj York Times Optimistiat ended a re cent dinner of the Philadelphia lover club- i Mr Cannon said a reporter do you think our country is in as ball a state as some of the ten cent- magazines make out Bless you no Mr Cannon replied What have you got to say about Iti Oha thousand thingsenough to fill your paper I am like one ofour ministers out in Danville I can talk hopefully about things far- worse than this great country i Our Danville minister is an optimist Ills wife on the other hand is a pessimist She said to him one night George what do you think theyre saying about the butchers wife Oh nothing very bad I hope said he H They say declared the ladyI that they can tell when shes going to have company by her washing i the childrens faces Now youre a j great optimist George but what can you hope for a woman like that I Well said the minister smil ing I suppose all we can hope for is that she entertains a good deal Washington Star i Forgiven When Charles P Norcross now a well known Washington corre spondent was a reporter on the New York Tribune he was sent one Saturday night to interview Father Ducey a priest famous in New York both for his wit and his good deeds Father Ducey was in the confes sional Norcross said he would wait but was told that nobody was in the church and that he could go in and see Father Ducey and come out before anybody went in without any doubt He found the reverend father waiting and began a timor j ous conversation with him being i somewhat awed by his unaccustom cd surroundings Good evening father j Good evening my son Father I am a reporter from the- Newi York Tribune oufromI i l alittleattacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beatsheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to expand swell and puff up against the heart This crowds and Inter 01IKodolIFor Dyspepsia digests what you eat takes tho strain off of the heart and contributes nourishment thsbOdyStomach Inflammation of the mucous Digestive of the Stomach maldnQmylmmediets MRS LORING NICHOLS Penn Yen N Y I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I DyspepsiaCuroD KAUBLE Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat KHerei Ittdlgtitlon Prepared at the Lb- eoor stomach belch cntorrofCCDtWin inn of ni etc ACoChlcatoDeA SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Cumbeland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co urpornred lu Iv s nothiuj the uuitr with my business 1 hi1vttht Cumberland Ttlrphiitie in my ir i lt nre and moot oi ill ltlrhh MJ hU tllffl8 bas incrtraserl nrri mv wIlt s voice is never braid tat ynirnhlt nlmut the Tele phone Yours for uiod service and gentlemanly competition T J JHORGAN Mgr WnElE D1JrDlflWQ Ohi c CCUrt7 DItIrIKoAttorIlPSIlurriisB Clerk Krunk I1llIx Jlnster Com mlNnlimer Y L Moneley TniHtet Jury Fund IL hrputyyherlttst fnI1UIIIwwkMiind third Monday lu Mny and Novmber two week HIInskyClerkalondayineacbmonth MondayInCourt of 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KriihI- llKllI III IHIlll Illlllltl- lUnrtlnril loilu Si HB Fr A tlnun nr MiiiOnV lllKhl Illeiiili liiiilltli II irUonl remit Vo tii Un irht + of th lnnbIII rivi rv Tliiirilnv nlRtii maul IllyrImln N llti Kliluln1 i jnIu et eve eI Ilahf- 1t u I o I a 1nut rtI- III I 5 p 1tJ hInl tir tsiiiiiHvlii erb nII Sendinodet1rlumarkscopyrlghtectcJijuiaess direct with Washington rove 1iay notify and often tht ExelusvelytvrlteC33 Ninth Street opp U 48ttte htc Office I WASHlrtOTON D c I 1 V Jj r r I t t 1of f- r401I II r v f liti4I l r t I J 1C f 7 PciEJN i J i t L 1t I i r Y t 1 1 U UNI j 11- i w iiY- a II 1 Ii 1 K G 0d Ifb n- J tr 1 1Y ti111 i1 1ti1ti1 r THSFI RM 0F1r X111 ti1ti r 11 1 f t I i 1 C 1ct 1IJ- s t 2- is 1 I al1 Going Outof Businesstt THE ENTIRE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE MUST BE CLOSED OUT IN 60 DAYS i a 4 Never before have the populace of Ohio county witnessed such a sale of highgrade Merchandise at such amazingly 1n giveaway prices Everything must be sold by the time mentioned NOTHING SHALL BE LEFT at the end of sixtyror ninety days We will sell our entire stock to one man if preferredShowcases Window Fixtures Tables and every thing included No reasonable offer turned down Friday February 1will bo the Dp nin flay of this Great Sale We will sell you Clothing Furnishings Shoes Hats Dry Goods Showcases Mirrors and other store fixtures at less r e prices than we can buy them ourselves from the factory This sale is not for us to make money out of but a sale to r sellout a large and uptodate stock of Merchandise at a loss Itis a great gain for you This is just the time of year t when you need goods and need them badly so dont waste any time but come at once You will not be crowded and f you will be waited upon promptly We will have plenty of extra salesmen to accommodate everybodyos 1 LADIES LADIES VIe will sellyou fins allwool Dress Goods fine colors I black blue gray green brown red and fancy mixturesat the same that you pay 75c to elsewhere for only 38c per yard We will sell you the best Calicoes Simpson Boss Indigoes and other best brands at 4c per yard Just as many yards as you want We will sell you Outing Clothat 7c per yard All colors and a big assortment to select from One thousand yards of highgrade Worsteds in large plaids and other colors at 9c per yard 104 Pepperal 25c Sheeting at 21c per yard Heavy ribbed Vests or Pants at 18c 1 pairyi Heavy Cloth Overshoes with buckles at 67c per pair We have not enough space to mention all the bargains we are offering so it will be for your benefit as well as ours you come in at the earliest opportunity Dont wait till Iif are all grabbed n up but come at once MEN MEN Everybody is acquainted with the fact that we are the largest clothiers in Ohio county and we carry the best and o most uptodate lines Our Suits and Overcoats will be SACRIFICED We are determined to sell them out fast e andno obstacle shall stand in the way ofa trade between a usTrade we must and trade we will f c Sell Sell Sells thecry andsell we will We must va o cate and leave Hartford in ninety days at least in order to 8 occupy our new quarters which are being erected for us inaChicago 111 11 We have an exclusive stock of the famous Hamilton Brown Shoes whichshall go at cost price Lookout for our circulars which will reach you in due whiteisign r there for everybody and big ones too Dont delay Come at once before your choice is taken r 1Sarn Each1Hartlord x r I t F 1 JI- Yc 1 r