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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti h 1 Jc 110 n 1 itl a i J t- tnxtfrt i r l1iy y IH x I f 1 ftq bIicaubtJ- i Yrr r t fteJob Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOLXIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1 1907 No 29 ffiERSOf STATE GUARD To Meet and Discuss Means of fl Improving Service Each Company Allowed one Rep resentative With Expenses Paid by the State Betters have been sent out by Adjutant General Lawrence to al the companies of the State Guard giving notice ofa meetingto b held at Frankfort February 5th an 6th to be attended by a representative of each company The local company will be represented by Capt DeWeese who will bring back much information which willbe beneficial to the individual members and to the organization already on of the best in the State The lowing subjects have been indicate- as suitable topics for consideration Care and preservation of State and Government property Acqui sition of property for shooting galleries or target ranges and for thei construction equipment and main tenance Physical examination of officers and men of the Guard as is now required by the War Department Physical and mental examination officers of the Guard Compiling new Military Code for the government of the guard Suit able armories for various organiza tions of the guard and numerous Other matters that may bo trough before the meeting The following representation will be allowed Brigade Commander and Chief of Staff Regimental Commanders Lieutenant Colonel of each regiment Battalion Commanders Major Surgeon or Asst Surgeon of Medical Department of each regi ment Regimental Adjutant of each regiment Regimental Quartermaster of each regiment Regimental Commissary of each regiment In spector of Small Arms Practice+ Company Commanders or one Com pany officer Transportation and board will be provided by the State but all other expenses must be provided by the representatives WoodwardMitchell Nuptials The Owensboro Inquirer reports the marriage of Miss Gussie Wood ward to Z Wilbur Mitchell both o Beaver Dam Ky as follows Sunday afternoon at the residence of Mr and Mrs K H Howard street Miss Gussie Woodward an Mr Z Wilbur Mitchell of Beaver Dam Ky were united in marriage The ceremony was performed by Rev W D Nowlin of the Third Bap tist church The home was tasteful ly decorated in ferns and palms The bride was attired in white ne over silk Miss Myrtie Howard act ed as maid of honor and Mr M D Maddox of Beaver Dam as bes man The wedding march was played by Miss Dena May Woodward a sisjer of the bride Mrs Mitchell is the daughter of C L Woodward of Beaver Dam and is quite a favorite with every one The wedding was a quiet one only ra very few being present The bride groom left immediately after inner which was served at the ifiudd house for the bridal party John M Craig Dies of Typhoid i Fever John McHenry Craig died of ty loid fever at 540 oclock last Sun yafternoon at the Jewish Hos tel jn Louisville after an illness pending over a period of two ks Mr Craig complained of ng ill two weeks ago and his lition became so serious that rat days later he was removed t Se Jewish Hospital Gradually ring worse his friends and rela t began to feel much apprehen r Sunday morning he lapsed in consciousness and all hopes for icovery were abandoned RtCrtfg was thirtyeight years T was born and reared in Da ts I Vff f viess county where his father Robert Craig is a prominent farm bookkeeperI wife and child besides whom he is survived by his parents Mr and Mrs Robert x Craig and several brothers and sisters They are Prof Hardin Craig of Princeton Univer sity Prof William Craig principal of a high school at Cripple Creek Col Mrs Hunter Bell Owensboro Mrs Larkin Griffin Hartford Miss Agnes Graig and Miss Catherine Craig Owensboro The remains s 1were taken to Owensboro for inter ment Mr Craig was well known here dhe having attended Hartford Col lege and later visited freinds here quite frequently His many friends very much regret to learn of his un timely death LITTLE GIRLS PITTIFULCONDITIONd I DeathClaims MotherTben Fath er and Months of Broody ing Impairs Mind Verna Wright a little twelve yearold girl was tried before a jury in Judge Taylors court Wed 1nesday for lunacy and was found to be of unsound mind and committed to the Hopkinsville asylum This is a most pitiful case About a year ago the unfortunate little girls mother sickened and died leaV ing her as the oldest of four child ren The mothers deatheaua the daughter loop Borrow and she seemed ever afterwaVu to be down cast and heartbroken but bore up until last December her father died This was more than the little girl could bear She refused to be comforted and in a few days it was noticed that her mind was be coming impaired She grew worse rapidly and on several occasions at tempted to end her life once and probably more by drowning She has continued in this condition since about the first of January It sv decided by relatives tp have an in quest held which resulted as above statedIThe girls parents formerly lived near Fordsville and relatives now live there and are among the coun parfDeath of James Harvey Condit James Harvey Condit one of th respecteds home last Friday at noon Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist church Saturday at 1 p m by Revs J A Lewis and R Bennett after which interment too Mrtbut is survived by a twin brother andt dit and a sister Mrs W A Taylor both of Matanzas No better citi zen ever lived in Hartford than Harve Condit and he will be great ly and sadly missed from our midst CLOSINGOUT SALE 300 Overcoats at less than cost SAM BACH HayesPirtle Mr Frank Hayes of Dena Ind ina and Miss Viola Pirtle were parried at the residence of the brides father Mr F W Pirtle near town yesterday morning at 8 oclock Rev J A Lewis pronounced the ceremony The happy couple at once for Decatur Ill where theyI will spend a few days and then go I to Los Angeles California to make 11Mrof the most popular and accomplish ed young ladies of Ohio county She townsmanLDra prosper ous career in their far away homer r t lL f c t HARGIS DESERTED BY OLD FRIENDS Can Beckham Stick to Him Against Overwhelming Pub= lie Sentiment The Beattyville Enterprise a weekly newspaper published in an adjoining county to Breathitt the home of exJudge Hargis sizes up the situation there and the recently attempted farce trial by his honor + Judge Games as follows Hargis is in his prime in the full strength of a vigorous manhood Now to crown his troubles John Smith has confessed and the news comes John Abner will take the Stan against him and the Court of Ap peals stops the Carnes trial The question is how long can Har gis hold out This is a battle royal The untamed and the hitherto un tamable leader of hosts is at bay He cannot fly for flight would be ruin irrevocably He must stand and fight to the issue Can he con tinue to snatch victory from defeat or shall his colors go down to rise no more We shall see Time will tell The battle is interesting The stakes are high What of Judge Carnes Will he hold on Will he successfully with stand the darts that are being hurl ed at him or will he resign He should resign When a Judge lose control of his court and demonstrates his inability to cope with the gitua tion he should sine down and let Vde supported by reasons which to him are sufficient That is his matter He will have to answer to the peo pie of Kentucky for his course Bu what of his reputation Can he affbrd to have said of him the things that are being said Can he return to his home and family unscathed These questions are up to him + What of the State Administration What of Governor Beckham It has been said that he is friendly to Har gis This is no offense but other- S things have been charged He has never denied these charges to ou knowledge Will the people of Ken theIunanswered He cannot hide behind local option longer He owes the people an explanation Will he make it Let peace reign Let Hargis have a fair trial If innocent he should helpdNARROWS Jan 30Rev P K Herndon clos ed a successful series of meetings churchkg was the baptism by immersion of a number of candidates during a fierce winter gale Friday afternoon Mrs Sam Bennett is seriously ill of cancer Prof Clarence Bennett of Lexington and Rev Reginald Bennett of Elkton were called home Saturday on account of their mothers illness Asberry Harrison who is suffer ing with tubercular trouble is very low Rev Father OSullivan of Whitesvilje was called to administer the sacriment of Extreme Unction to the sick man Friday night A R Renfrow is at the bedside of his mother who is very sick at her home near Sunnydale Dr A B Riley reports the birth of a 14J pound boy to the wife of H H Westerfield recently Prof CLawrence began a spring withlfiftytwotaught the fall term of school here and his work was so complete and lsatisfactory that his spripg school is being liberally patronized Miss Rosa Shreve returned Tuesday from a visit with her sisterMiss Ambia Shreve at Rosine Misses Edith and Effie Duke daughters of Mr Thomas Duke of schoolhereMr tiarYie Allen of Select iV vis I t J 11 iting relatives at New Baymus this I week Orville Smith visited his sister- i Mrs T J Litsey at Horse Branch the first of the week James Carter is spending a few days with friends at Beaver Dam and Hartford Mrs Qllie Thompson of Louis ville was the guest of her daughter Mrs Henry Carter several days last week At a recent meeting of Narrows local A S of E Mr E G Kirby was elected President and Mr C C Carter was elected Secretary Mr Kirby is a stickler for discip line and conducts the lodge work with order and decorum Mr Car ter makes an ideal Secretary Book in hand he goes after the dues and upISecretaries patterned after the Nar rows Secretary the paid up mem bership would be larger Out of a membership of more than hundred in the Narrows local only one mem ber dumped his tobacco and there were some extenuating circumstances in his case Among the bleak and barren hills near Magan there lives a youngman of the humblest birth and fortune who gives promise of a marked ca reer His honest but humble an cestors are not known to have felt a taste for the liberal arts but he if thrown with proper influences would doubtless take an honored place in the ranks of Americans Sculptors The young man is Jnale Merritt n youth scarcely out of his teens who has never seen a sculptor at his marble and whose model is wood and whose chisel is his pocket- e knife Some of Mr Merritts works in wood may be seen in a business house at Fordsville and are marvels praythead and a gladiator guarding his vitals with his left arm while his I muscular right is drawn for striking are wonders of self taught nrt but tcptcrviewing this statue in wood of the martyr President is impressed with the marvelous perfection of the sculptors skill in carving in wood- r with a jack knife by this country boy COUPLE WED EACH OTHER FIVE TIMES They Started in Double Harness Twenty Years ago and Have Been Divorced Four Times Lander Wyo Jan 31Robert J Burkett and Hannah M Burkett who are to live on a ranch north of here have just been married for the fifth time having been divorced four times since they first became husband and wife twenty odd years agoWithin six months after their first marriage in Montana Mrs Burkett applied for and obtained a divorce from her husband on the ground of cruelty Within a year they remar ried quarreled soon after the second i marriage and Mrs Burkett left her husband who obtained a divorce on the ground of desertion The divorce was obtained by the nextI the ground of desertion and nonsup port The last divorce was obtained by the husband on the ground of de sertion The couple have lived in a number of the western States since their first marriage and no two di vorces were obtained in the same StateA good suggestion to some enterprising per son who would like to enter the mercantile business We can set you up in business in your neighborhood with an uptodate stock of gOOdS costJCall on at once d SAM BACH a GOL LAFE GREEN DIES SUDDENLY Conversing With Family in Li brary When Final Sum mons Came I Col Layfayette Green one of the most widely known men in Ken tucky died at noon Monday at his his home at Falls of Rough in Breck enridge county His death was quite sudden and is supposed to have re sulted from heart disease He was sitting in the library conversing with other members of the family and was apparently in the best of health and spirits when he sustained the fatal attack Col Green was known all over the State as Lafe Green No man en joyed a wider acquaintance than he throughout this section of the State as well as in Louisville Frankfort and Lexington Although he had not been in poli tics for more than forty years he was known to the politicians of the State He never allowed a session of the Legislature to pass without making a trip to Frankfort In early life he represented his Senato rial District in the Legislature- He owned several thousand acres of land at Falls of Rough and a number of years ago built one of the finest mansions in the State All of the material used in the building was obtained on the farm A stone quarry was opened and a brick kiln made for this purpose All of the lumber was sawed at Col Greens millr ClosesI which has been in progress at tho Methodist church for more than two Weeks closed Wednesday night About 312 persons were converted While I this number is not so large as the ministers and Christian people would like to have seen yet the net results of the meeting for good in the town can hardly be estimated Many Christians have been revived and many persons who perhaps never gave the subject much thought are concerned about salvation The ministers all labored faithful ly and earnestly They gave the people of this community a series of sermons which have never been ex celled Rev Lyons who led the singing has gained a firm hold upon the affections of our people and will be followed in his work by many a Godspeed and devout prayer At the close of the last service while the choir sang that beau tiful and impressive hymn Till we meet again nearly every man woman and child in the large audi ence took Bro Lyons hand and bade him farewellHERBERT Jan 28Born to Mr and Mrs Geo Burdett the 25th an infant Arthur Milligan has returned from MadisonvilleMiss Taylor is the guest of her brother Leonard and family Miss Pearl Bruner of Walnut Grove visited Miss Bee Bruner Sat urday and Sunday Miss Hallie Miller is the guest of relatives in Owensboro it Jim Chambers sold eight hogs in Owensboro last week at S cents per pound net- Emmett Haynes was in Owensboro ThursdayMinor Rice has moved near Whitesville and Bill Hardin has moved into the house lately occupied by Mr Rice Miss Madie Martin has purchased a new organ Fordsville a DiUnionThe Fordsville Magisterial Dis trict meeting of the A S of E will take place at Fordsville tomorrow The meeting will be called to order at 10 a m and it is desired that every local in the district should be represented as business of impor tance will come Up for consideration Deatirof Mrs helix Mrs Mary Felix died at her home near Olafon Wednesday I 1 January 23d after a lingering illness The funeral was conducted by Rev Thomas Kelley Thursday afternoon at the residence after which the remains were laid to rest in the Sullenger burying grounds in th presence of a large circle of friends and relatives Mrs Felix was the daughter of Capt William and Malinda Duke and was born April 9 1836 She was married December 9 1863 to Mr James T Felix She is survived by her hus band a son Dr C W Felix Ola ton and a stepson Mr F L Felix editor of the Hartford Herald Mrs Felix was a woman of splendid qualities and leaves a beautiful memory to her many friends who mourn her loss SFOR THE BUSY READER Millions are starving in China as a result of famine according to re ports received at the State Depart ment from consular officers there Four men were killed and sixteen others seriously injuried by the ex plosion of an ice machine in the power house of Armour Co Chi cago 4 k More than 200 miners are believed to have lost their lives as the result of a fire damp explosion in the Reden mine at Saint JohannonSaar Rhendish Prussia Milton Willet and gip Hoskins young boys of Owensboro were drowned while skating on a pond near that city the ice giving away suddenly beneath them vChief Justice Fuller has announc ed that the Supreme Court of the United States would take a three Weplcsi recess from Monday next for the pllrpoae of consultation 11 Charles W Schuite a capitalist and banker of Memphis Tenn committed suicide at a Battle Creek Michigan sanitarium where he was being treated for a nervous trouble The Associated Press leanis that the international phase of Kingston incident has been finally closed by Governor Swcttenham formally with drawing his letter to Rear Admirial Davis and expressing his regret for having written it4 Judge Pryor of the Louisville Criminal Court Tuesday admitted Dr Sarah Murphy charged with the murder of Katie Bryant to bail in sum of 1000 Judge Pryor made no comment in passing on the mo tion for bail merely saying that the motion would be allowed and fixing the sum at the figure named QUICK 4SERVICE i MINUTES J Vhen mlT 10 = 2 you ar- waiting f J1 for med I jcmf Is the time when nick service in the drugrs re appreciated I Suppose you want a prescripdoni- nii hum Our Prescription Depart j mcnt Is organizedand conducted along the most advanced lines in yarmacv Wholly Jn charge of Reg supfI9 and correct compounding of all pre I scrip dens ofall physicians Our facilities are the finest in the city- our prices ate the most rcaionable- and we ttevsr overcharge Superior r service and a square deal is what our I prescription patrons receive Pre+ t I scriptions from your physician by tele 3 phone receive extra attention w JAMES H WILLIAMS cai The Recall Store rP Ibr- 1R Y 4 1 ii i I 6 1 1 r 11 j A iRrr i to t II d1 IIITf a t THB I1ww r1 1111111 W H- JI t y- I far V- Lhz H i iV 1JJVi A A A AIs 1 7 0lD6ut of Business TilE ENTIRE STOCK OF lWERCHANDISE MUST BE CLOSED OUT IN 60 DAYS r Never before have the populace of Ohio county witnessed such a sale of highgrade Merchandise at such amazinglyJ giveaway prices Everything must be sold by the time mentioned NOTHING SHALL BE LEFT at the end ofsixty or ninety days We will sell our entire stock to one man if preferredShowcases Window Fixtures Tables and everything I included No reasonable offer turned down Friday February 1will bo the Opnin Day of this Groat Sale t lessfWe will sell you Clothing Furnishings Shoes Hats Dry Goods Showcases Mirrors and other store fixtures at 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 J sellout a large and uptodate stock of Merchandise at a loss It is a great gain for you This is just the time of year 1 when you need goods and need them badly so dont waste any time but come at once You will not be crowded and you will be waited upon promptly We will have plenty of extra salesmen to accommodate everybody m j it LADIES LADIES 1 We will sell you fine allwool Dress Goods fine colors 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 4Jc per yard Just as many yards as you want We will sell you Outing Cloth at 7c per yard All colors and a big assortment to select from 1One thousand yards of highgrade Worsteds in large I p and other colors at 9c per yard i 104 Pepperal25c Sheeting at 21c per yard a tIJN Heavy ribbed Vests or Pants at lSc L Good Rubber Overshoes at 37Jc per pair Heavy Cloth Overshoes with buckles at 67c per pair iig We have not enough space to mention all the bargains we are offering so it will be for your benefit as well as ours if you come in at the earliest opportunity Dont wait till L they are all grabbed up but come at once MENI MENI r f Everybody is acquainted with the fact that we are theyla- rgest clothiers in Ohio county and we carry the best and imost uptodate lines Our Suits and Overcoats will befSACRIFICED We are determined to sell them out fast and no obstacle shall stand in the way ofa trade between us Trade we must and trade we will Sell Sell Sell is the cry and sell we will We must va cate and leave Hartford in ninety days at least in order to occupy our new quarters which are being erected for us in Chicago 111 I We have an exclsivesto kof the famous Hamilton Brown Shoes which shall go at cost price Lookout for our circulars which will reachyou in due time When you come to Hartford look for the big white lsign with the red letters It means that there are bargains there for everybody and big ones too Dont delay Come at once before your choice is taken is I Sam E3aoIiTiartiorci litT 1i ags r t I 0 A v i 1IE3 t n Z y1t 14 h 11 t 1 WHFfE DEE- COVERED 013 IN TEXAS t Man Produces Two Skins to Substantiate His Story Animals Have Range in Tornillo Valley Where White Men Seldom Go i A special dispatch from Terlin gua Texas to the St Louis Globe Democrat says Sam Dossett the Superintendent of the Fossattrnnch near here is of the opinion that the white deer which was killed recent ly near Eagle Pass belonged to a herd of white deer which he claims are to be found along the valley of the Rio Grande and its tributary streams below Turlingua Mr Dossetts statement is not based up on speculation He says that he saw a large number of these white deer while hunting on Tornilla creek thirty miles east of Terlingua only a few days ago He killed two of of the animals and brought their skjns home It is his belief that they are an en tirely different species from the common blacktail deer which roam over the ranches in other portiohs of the State The locality where these white deer is found is far from human habitation and has been visited only on rare occasions by Americans Occasionally a Mex ican cowboy may go up or down the little narrow valleys in search of strayed cattle The deer keep in the canyons mostly and seem to thrive better upon the rough food that grows along the steep walls of the canyons and sides of the hills In this respect they seem to be re lated to the mountain goat There is no doubt about the ex istence of these white deer Mr Dorsett said I sawlthe animals I was down on Tornillo creek hunt ing blacktail deer accompanied by my Mexican cook when I came across the beautiful animals The first morning I was out I saw four or five of the white deer running through the chaparral close to me I took a shot at only one of them bringing it down In appearance it resembled the blacktail except it is smaller and is white I did not have the heat to ruthlessly slaugh ter the animalsthey were so beau tiful I was out after the blacktail but did not see a one The white deer have evidently run them off of their range These white deer evi dently keep pretty close to their na tive range or we would have seen some of them in the Terlingua dis trict before this Occasionally one or two of them may stray off and this accounts for the reportswhich we hear from time to time of a white deer being killed Those white deer are evidently a distinct species and are not frieaks of nature as is generally supposed That they are of put e strain of blood and have not been crossed with the blacktail deer is shown by the fact that all that I saw were pure white with not a semblance of natural dis coloring of their hair The animals were comparatively tame as they had probably never seen a human being until my Mexican and I ap peared among them My story of these white deer does not seem to be credited among the people I have told it to even some of my close friends think it is merely a hunting story but I have the skins of two of the animals to prove what I say I am going back to Tornillo creek one of these days with a party of those doubting Thomases and show them the ani mals at close range The canyon of Tornillo creek is pricipitous and runs down close to where it empties into the Rio Grande The distance between the walls is several hundred yards wide and in this little valley is fine grass and shrubbery at all seasons of the year It is big enough range to afford ample pas ture for probably 300 or 400 deer It would be difficult for one of the animals to get out of the canyon and this may account for the fact that they have not spread over the adjoining country It is a natural game preserve OA T014tJlBean thelhs Kind You Haw AlwmBwcht Bigutvof Earthquake Dug at Well Nan Francisco Chronica- lIt has justbeen discovered that the t UA I t J I 30 You OpcTi Your Mouth ILt1to n your bird and gulp down snot over food or mndlclno may bo offered j oit2 lOr do you cant to know something of the composition and character of that whfch you take fro your stomach whether as roodar mdell1O 1 Jlost Intelligent and sensible people now ttlays IliMt on knowing what they medlelueDrrighttofnRistupotlsuchknovedgo Soho bottleIIn n his medicinesI are made are studied nlllundrrtoo IIU- I more win their superior curative virtues JIlrCTtcf or the cure of womans peculiar weak nesses Irregularities and derangements glng rise to frequent headaches back ache raggingdown pain or distress In lower abdominal or polvlc region accom panted ofttimes with a debilitating pelvic catarrhal drain and kindred symp toms of weakness Dr Pierces Favorite remedyItperiods In giving strength to nursing mothers In preparing the system of- the expectant for babys coming thus rendering childbirth safe and com paratively painless The Favorite Pre strengtheningtonic pnrticulnrItnervine and cures nervous exhaustion nervous prostration neuralgia hysteria spasms chorea or St Vltuss ana other distressing nervous symptoms attendant upon functional and organic dis organsAthe several schools of recommend each of the several ingredients of which Favorite Prescription Is for tho cure of tho diseases fhr which It claimed to bo a cure You mav road what they say for yourself by sending a postal request for a free booklet of extracts from the leading authorities to Dr R V Pierce Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute ItulTalo N Y1l11l11t will come to you by return post upheaval of April 18 did funny things to the wells in the courtyard in the rear of the San Francisco mint For years prior to April 18 these had been ordinary well behav ed wells yielding water plentifully when a steam pump was employed But now they are spouting artesian wells from which a stream of water flows when no pumping is done This was discovered yesterday when the pump was taken out for repairs the courtyard being flooded in a very short time The wells were bored many years ago and are about 175 feet in depth There was apparently a subter ranean connection between them for the pumping bf water from one lowered the water in the other Normally the water was within thirty feet of the surface and that was the condition when the pump was taken out last March Yester day for the first time since March the pumps Were again removed when it was discovered that the water flowed freely You ought to know what you are giving your baby You will know if you use CASCASWEET and take the trouble to look at the wrapper Ev ery ingredient is shown there in plain English CASCASWEET is the best corrective for the stomachs of babies and children Sold by all druggists m FAMOUS CASE OF- CALEB POWERS Will Likely be continued When Called at Georgetown February 5 As the February term of the Scott county court draws nearat which the case of the Commonwealth against Caleb Powers is docketed to come up there is much general interest as to what final provision will be made for its hearing Thus far no subpoenas have been issued in the case and no preparation is being made The general belief is that there will be po urgent request on the part of either side for the hearing of the case at the February term At the previous trials it has taken at least three week in which to enact preparation for the trial and in ad dition three week for its hearing Powers when interviewed at the jail said there was nothing new to be told of the case just now He looks well despite a slight pallor and so far as his health is concerned it is little the worse for his seven years imprisonment Many sufferers from nasal catarrh say they get splendid results by us ing an atomizer For their benefit we prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Except that it is liquid it is inall respects like the healing help ful painallay ing Cream Balm that the public has been familiar with for years No cocaine nor other dan gerous drugs in it The soothing spray relieves at once and cure is certain All druggists 75c includ ing spraying tube or mailed by Bros 66 Warren street New York I 1dgN 1IAI101EI MINIMUM PRICES 4 That Farmers Should Get For Their Products Adopted at National Convention and Ratified by State Count and Local Unions The following minimum prices are those agreed upon by the American Society of Equity at its annual meet ing for the present crops sa sUp todate Farming They are decided upon by the board representing ev ery line of agricultural production The members of the board are aided by an exhaustive system of crop reports undoctored reliable and made in the interest of the farmers and not of the speculators They com pare production and consumption and thereby determine in real accordance with the law of supply and demand what the proper minimum price is for the various prod ucts They are adopted by the na tional convention and ratified bythe state county and local unions of the society These are the prices Per bushelWheat No 1 North ern spring Minneapolis 1 wheat No2 red winterChicago 1 Corn No2 after January 1 to April 1 Chicago 50 cents Corn No2 after April 1 Chicago 55 cents Oats No 2 white Chicago 40 cents Barley No 2 or good malting Chicago 55 cents Rye No 2 Chicago 75 cents Buckwheat in country 70 cents Potatoes Irish Chicago 65 cents Potatoes sweet in principal mar kets 75 cents Beans white hand picked Detroit 150 Beans red hand picked Detroit 2 Per tonHay No1 timothy Chicago 14 broom corn to farm ers 75 cents to 1 Per poundCotton middlings New York 12 cents medium un washed wool in country 30 cents Per cwtAlive at Chicagosheep 550 to575 lambs 650 to 650 hogs 6 to 650 cattle 6 to 650 Below these prices the society urges farmers should not sell Each is based on a central market and the farm price will be enough less to equal freight and a fair commis sion to the handlers Farmers should control theirmarketing so as to keep the market hungry and the demands seeking the supply when they can make their own prices They should see to it that their crops go off of the farms throughout the period of a year instead of in a few monthsFarmers can complete these prices by refusing to sell for less and those farmers who hold for these prices are very certain to get them for the world needs all of the crops and not only a part of them and will pay the farmers price if he steadfastly refuses to accept the prices made by speculators on boards of trade and exchanges j State of Ohio City of Toledo ss Lucas County J Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of the firm of F J Cheney Co do ing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for eachand every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscrib ed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 GleasonIbeah Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation m Birds the Farmers Friends Prof Cood of the national agri cultural department declares that of the 300 different kinds of birds but three are the farmers English sparrow leading foestheI that while the robin is looked upon as a destroyer of fruit his diet is but one pound of fruit to nine pounds of insects Nothing will relieve the indigestion that is not a thorough digestant KODOL digests what you eat and al lows the stomach to restrecuperate grow strong again KODOL is a solution of digestive acids and as nearly as possible approximates the e 1M 1 festive juicefthat are found in e stclf takes the i v Itkof digestion ofi the digestive or llJ and while performing this work iUolf does greatly assist the stomach to a thorough rest In ad dition the ingredients of KODOL are such as to make it a corrective of the highest officiency and by its action the stomach is restored to its normal activity and power KODOL j conformiItyDrug Law For sale by all drug gists m 4I Weighing the Pig A farmer wanted to weigh a pig but had no scales Knowing that his own weight fas 160 pounds and that of his wife 139 pounds he placed a board over the top of the fence like seesaw so that a perfect balance was made he on one end she on the other Then they changed places on the board the wife taking the pig on her lap which again perfectly balanced tke board How much did the pig weigh A liquid cold relief with a laxa tive principle which drives out the cold through a copious action of the bowels and a healing principle i which lingers in the throat and stops the cought hat is Kennedys Laxative Cough syrup Safe and sure in its actionpleasant to take andconforms to National Pure Food and Drug Law Contains no opiates Sold by all druggists m ARGUES FOR THE I HOME PLAN Strong Appeal in Favor of Home Warehouses and Home Finance Editors Hartford Republican I beg leave to enter a few objections to the present plan of handling equity tobacco First we have entrusted our bus iness to the hands of those who have already grown rich at our expense To acknowledge that we cannot handle finance and sell our own to bacco is to acknowledge that we have not the power to compel the price Who is so cowardly as to make such a confession WJ can compel the price but not without the necessary appliances What is nec essary to control prices We must own our own warehouses store and sell also distribute the proceeds of our own crops thereby reducing the J expenses to a minimum Some contend j that we should not enter the warehouse business Why Does j not the end presuppose the means We have a right to store handle I andsell our tobacco Are we competent Yes of course I It is hardly necessary to mention the expenses under the present plan j of handling for most all who j have pooled know too well about the expenses Can we save by j keeping our tobacco at home We will see what the expenses are First we pay 150 per hogshead freight second 150 per hogshead for sampling third 250 per hogs head outage fees fourth 50c dray i age fifth one per cent commission for selling which amounts to about 1 per hogshead sixth we give a I sample worth 1 per hogshead seventh storage at 25c per month or 3 per year then if held one year a hogshead will cost 1050 outside of interest and loss in weight I in redrying How can we control I these expenses Any reasonable i man must admit that we can cut these expenses at least one half by storing at home in our own varehouses Can we arrange or necessary advances without oing to warehouse companiesI No one conversant with the to jacco situation would doubt for a moment our ability to raise money for advances because it is being done every where but in the Green River District ahd we are financing 5000000 pounds and could finance that much more or the entire dis trict Some of our prominent equity men said that they favoreda home warehouse if it could be financed Now what excuse will they find next I guess they will want to wait till next year but it is easier to finance than to hatch up excuses for not doing it There is not a thing between the earth and skies to prevent us from having a warehouse if we v ntUWe invite all farmers to join us in our fight for home rule am then the success of equity will beagreality and not a dream Will ourtobacco sell more readily wri t AMcgclablePrcperalionforAs similatinglhcFoodandnegula ling the StD1Ih1Cfn nndBowcls of 1 Promotes Dgc3lionCIieerfur ness andltestConlains neither OpiumMorphine norMJiieraL 1SOT NAHC OTIC oucrwtlZtPlrCI1EIl y 4eaYJt1 Wntxyrxon eJJ Apetfecl Remedy forConslipi l WormsCorcvulsionsFcverisn W ness and Loss OF SLEEP FacSimile Signature of aMvNEW YORK 1 LEXACT cow Off WRAPPER CASTOR Infants The Kind You nave Alway gtn Bears tw Signature n- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotfcs and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN m BBBag1Erl 8t1 V RANDALL COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN m When Louisville ro STOP AT lQ Seimiitgfs m DaIIOTEL m The Home Ohio County People lelnut Clean Rooms and icllilt1 Attention So W m GQ Corner Second and hfUrson Slt t ts COLLINS GRIFFIN Props b2iJ tc m at home Yes a thousand times yes The Louisville Warehouse Company is supposed to lend money for the interest and to store tobacco for the storage Then the longer moreIdo they not buy tobacco as well as stored Then is it not reasonable to suppose that they would sell their tobacco and hold ours for interest andstorage I should be glad to hear from one who is opposed to the home plan If lam wrongI would like toget right I think it is time for our plans to as sume permanent form hence I hope all farmers will very earnestly con sider this proposition I am yours for a warehouse- M T WESTERFIELD Plaesant Ridge Ky Everybody f Should Know Says C G Hays a prominent buisI ness man of Bluff Mo atBuclcI lens Arnica Salve is the and surest healing salve ever appliedI to a sore burn or wound er ha case of piles Ive used it and know what Im talking about1 Sqldbytoll druggists 25c jT 4 For and Childrenw 71 of TNt CINTAYIOYpAIIY NEW YONt CITY National T in for l fl to er IALL GOOD THINGS must win upon theirI merits The InternationalI Dictionary has won a greater distinction upon I its merits and is in more generaluse than anyother work of its kind in the English language OxfordUniTcrnity itlsdUHcult IsIndud in such n work but nlso what rouldevurhuvothoughtoflookingforA beenInoktngthrougltofastonishment nt its completeness and putIntoI THE GRAND PRIZE thc highest nwnrdlwas given to tho In LouisilitstructioAlsoIDnstrntai SGOMERRIAMPUBLISHERS AWCIKKAfflr 1I t t J l t h VV J 7 de u b Hartford Republican I Iwnodby the Hartford 1abthhingCompany 1IiCOftPOIUoCD v MBAIIN Eit5rv E StilT rEt+PSi0ITE9 Cambwrlond 14 moo rh 31rrM x32- p FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce S A ANDER SON of West Hartford Irrrlnct n canillilate for Representative In the General Acatnibljr from this the SOth district subject to the nctlon of the Republican party We are Authorized to announce W W IAUK of the ltedn Precinct n cnntlltlllfe for It invi n tntlvo In the Jfiiernl Assembly from thin thefitli district subject to the nctlon of thu Ki iubllcnn partyExaminethe label on your paper If It Is not correct notify us AT this time Taft seems to be far in the lead as a Republican Presi dential possibility THERE is a shortage in the peanut crop but the market is glutted with peanut politicians subsidinglfollowing wade through the thaw trial THE CourierJournal is again threatening to nominate a Repub lican candidate for Governor I THE Government clerk no doubt I would submit to a raise in salary also without insisting on a record vote AT the rate the indictments are piling up against the Standard Oil j Co it will soon be monopolizing all j the time of the Courts Gov SWETTENHAM of Kingston lost his head when he wrote that letter to Admiral Davis and now he j has lost his official headjLET us hope that learn who was elected at the last municipal election before it is time to hold the next oneISENATOR TILLMAN made a blunder in assuming that the world is a I stage and the Senate a minstrel show with himself a burnt cork artist ON another page will be found an interesting article on the Home Warehouse question This is going to be a live issue among equity peo pie in the near future TilE President has sent in a good I many messages during the session of Congress but none of them have i been referred to the committee on disposition of useless papers WE are told that next year a determined effort is to be made to give husbands and wives equal rights What rights are the wives to give up in order to equalize mat ters AND now Congress proposes to raise the rate of postage on news papers presumably to provide revenues with which to pay the increase in salaries which the members voted themselves A LONDON paper is distressed be cause it has discovered that the United States is growing in riches ten times as fast as England It should take courage in the thought that the American spends his money ten times as fast as the Englishman EVERY line of business in Hart ford has suffered more or less on ac count of the continuous floods but when we read of the destruction and suffering along the Ohio and other streams we should be exceedingly thankful that our troubles are so few IT is announces that Caleb Pow ers case will be called at George town next week and that there is some question about who will pre side as special Judge What is the matter with special Judge Carnes sitting in this case He is not now engaged in Breathitt WITH a continued increase in the price of paper by the trusts a raise in postage and shutting off of rail road transportation in return for ad vertisingthe newspapers seem to be getting squeezed on all sides Won der if the fact that they have been standing almost as a unit with the people in their fight against monopoly has anything to do with it WHEN Senator lurton of lima a Republican gat wi1 up in a eve of graft though only teihniculiy gUilty he was probated y tilli publican District Attorney tried toy r ft a Republican Judge and sent tp the penitentiary When SenatorBailey- of Texas a Democrat is cau ht grafting from the great octopus the Standard fail Co he is reelected by the Texas Legislature Talk is cheap almostideStroyed ford on the Owensboro road and it will be necessary for the county to spend a great deal of money on this very important road during the year The only sensible business proposition is to build above high water and pike this road for at least two miles Then it can and should be extended on toward Pleas ant Ridge as fast as possible IF it is true that the Cumberland Telephone Company is trying to ob tain control of the Rough River or Home Company some steps should be taken by our people to prevent it The Cumberland service here is bad at present because that Company refuses to furnish decent boxes to its subscribers Once let them get a monopoly and bad ser vice will become rotten If the Home phones go over to the Cum berland our people should at once organizea new and independent company It would get all the subscribers MR BRYAN anti Senator Bever edge have arranged to furnish a series of magazine articles upon cer tain subjects about which they dis agree Of course it is done merely to enlighten the public but it would be interesting to know just how muchmoney each is tq receive for his patriotic services A great many prominent Democrats think it is a serious mistake on Mr Bryans part as it is practically certain that he will be the nominee of his party for President next year and they think he is liable to say something which may injure his chances at the polls THE Louisville Herald thinks the Pension Agency at Louisville should be retained for the benefit of Hon Andrew T Wood Maj Wood is quotedas saying it does not make any difference with him and he is only sorry for the clerks It would go hard with them Some of them have been in office for twenty years and we doubt if they could do any thing else This all comes of the Civil Service which is creating a lifeofficeholding class entirely for eign to our form of government These people finally come to look upon the salary as a pension and the job as personal property heath of Mrs James Collins Mrs James Collins died at Mem phis Tenn Wednesday where she had gone to spend the winter and visit her son John R Collins of the Southern Coal Company Mrs Col lins was ill only a few days and while she had a complication of troubles the immediate cause of death was bronchial pneumonia Aunt Polly as she was usually called was one of the oldest citizens of Hartford Her husband Mr James Collins was for a great many years identified with the business interests of the town and was wide ly known for his sterling integrity and good citizenship The funeral of Mrs Collins was conductedat her late residence 11 oclock yesterday morning by atI J A Lewis after which the took place at Oakwood cemetery She is survived by four sons John R and Martin of Memphis Tenn and Buck and Will Collins of Hart fordThe funeral services at the home were attended by numerous friends and relatives The family has the deepest sympathy of the community Mardi liras New Orleans La February 712 1907 Rate one fare plus 25 cents for round trip Dates of sale February j 611 inclusive Return limit leaving New Orleans on or before j February 16 1907 By depositing ticket with special agent at Newt Orleans and payment of 50c exten sion until March 2 may be obtained 28t3 J E WILLIAMS Agt j EruptionsThe of pimples and other l Moodimprove 1 ulate the kidneys liver and skin The medicine to taker Hoods Sarsaparilla Which has cored thousaadtJ THE PEteS CON i ORtSSIONAL LOBBY New Department at Washington Will Watch Records of Members of Congress nuchinteresttinctly new idea in public affairs This is the Peoples Lobby a non partisan organization desigend to foster a wider knowledge of national legislation and to indorse or oppose such bills as affect the general welfare of the people The basic idea is that if the peo pIe know the facts on legislative matters public opinion will find such wide expression that it cannot be disregarded Channels of publicity are not lacking An important branch of the work of the organization is the careful compiling of the public recordof every Senator and Representative The people have a right to know from an unprejudiced source whatItheir legislators are doing fluences brought to hear on members of Congress will also be examined into thisnPns a history of the third louse secret lobbyist who are so successful in influencing legislation for the benefit of the special interest which employ themThe palm seems broad enough to augur great public good if intelli gently carried into effect and the CommitIteebureau in Washington would seem to promise this FO resultiHaving decided to quit business I offer for sale my entire stock of gen eral merchandise one storehouse two lots in good locality near church I and good school For particulars call on or address L E EVERLY 26t8 Matanzas Ky PINCHICO Jan 30Miss Ethel Coleman has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Otis Stevens of the Sulphur Springs neighborhood for the pastfew days Owing to the cold weather and badroads all the mail e the firstclass has been discontinued for some time Mr S L Stevens who has ben surveying coal rights in Muhlen burg county has returned home Mr Lawrence Allen and wife near Hartford have been visiting in this neighborhood this week Mrs J P Coleman Mrs G W Gordon and daughter Mrs Geor gia Allen were the guests of Mr and Mrs J L Allen Thursday that being little Francis first birth dayMr John Pirtle and family of South Carrollton have recently moved into our midst Mr Forest Miller andcousin Miss Annie Austin of Select spent Friday night at Mr G W Gordons Mr Miller was down for the purpose of holding the common school ex amination in the Cooper school dis trict Mrs Ella Stevens son and daugh ter spent last Tuesday with her mother Mrs Prue Cox it being her 73d birthday Mr John Hamilton went to Tay lor Mines yesterday The storm on the 19th did consid erable dqmage to fencing Mrs Hannah Stevens spent last Tuesday with Mrs Delila Allen Mr Lawrence Geary of this community is attending school at Hartford Mrs Marie Curry was a visitor at Mr S L Stevens Thursday after noqn NOTICE Having decided to quit bus mess in Hartford we take this means of asking every one indebted to us to call at once and settle SAM BACH BUFORD Jan 30Miss Sadie Hudson returned to her home in Hartfordthe 23rd afterseveral weeks visitwith relatives and friends Herman Richison and wife have moved near Heflin on the George Hudson farm RR Cundiff went to Hartford last Friday on business Doss Morgan of Masonville has moved his saw mill oh Harrietts Creek near Hoglands bridge Mrs Dollie Pate visited J S 1iI i K i I r I Chinn afdjvlfe MontWay fI 7 j Finis Nicholson son 0fWm Nicholson s sick with pieuricy but liS thoughfto be some better Magan and Verda Holbrook visited Miss Elvena Coxj last Saturdayi returning home Sun jCharleyj Cundiff returned home Monday after two weeks stay at Owensboro Our Sunday school is progressing nicely Last Sundays attendance was 21 Watch Satisfaction- I guarantee every Watch I sell to jive exact satisfaction If anything does wrong I will put it right Vould like to give you prices J B TAPPAN Jeweler and Optician 26tf HartfordKy ITo Keep Windows From Frosting hisIquite opnque with frost Id give a lot he said for some method to keep my window from frosting over in cold weather Ill let you have the method you want for nothing said the ptttron Coat the inside of your window with glycerin and it will keep aa clear in winter as in summer Im a surveyor and in roj ttodo we al ways use glycerin on our glass instruments when its cold A Costly Clock An astronomical wedding gift says the Weltall hus been presented to King Alfonso of Spain by the republic of Peru It is an artistic table clock designed by the French sculptor Carrion Belleuse and is held by the muse of astronomy The zodiac stars figures etc are made of lapis lazuli gold and precious crystals The clock received the grand prix at the Paris exhibi tion of 1000 and cost 16000 Buckwheat Cakes There is nothing on the dining room table and nothing that could be placed there that is so great and formidable an enemy to the human face as buckwheat cakes They are sure to make the complexion yellow and covered with eruptions Dont insult your face by putting buck wheat cakes into it They head the entire list of complexion destroyers Exchange CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- BSgaature 7of U 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 1 or one 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 fol lowing property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plain tiffs debt interest and costs towit One house and lot in Hayti Ohio county Kentucky bounded as fol lows Beginning atastone in Young Parks line thence with Sherman street in Hayti N 79 W four poles and 16 links thence S 26 poles to a stone thence S79 E four poles and 16 links thence with Parks line to the begnning containing three fourthsof an acre more or less See deed book 25 P 418 for more par ticular description in Ohio County Clerks 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 of sale and bearing the force and effect ofa sale bondIWitness my hand this 14th day qf January 1907 R B MARTIN S O C By S A BRATCHER D S Fooddont 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 indigestion should be used for relief Koddlisasolutionof veg stable acids It digests what you- eattandcorrects the deficiencies of Kodol conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by all druggists m r Y l S 1 i y I SSSWci t r 1 I OVERALLS d Jptw yw IJ 0 JCKEtSl 1 S We hove been distributors for this famous brand 4 of UnionMade Overalls for yearsand in no instance have we had a dissatisfied customer It costs youV no more to buy the Carhartt brand than many inferior lines that are on the market Why rot the best We carry quite ah assortment of buyI both the plain blues and fancies and they 11 100 per garment I UnionMade Gl ves1 on for J P is I We the A C Taylor of fine car and Caskets and to suit any occasion in an and funeral and can any at We your I I have decided to sell stock within 90 leave Hartford in in Chicago Sol sellout i to any at a reasonable This is tkilars SAM BACH j r J aj0 J The best fittings best wearing and neatest looking Work Glove the today that is sold 100 per pairwith gaunt lets When in need of gloves try a pair of the Sargent Gauntlet Our years of experience in selling these gloves has proven conclusively that there none better and very few their equal E P BARNES BROS I A BEAVER DAM KY BLACK BIRKHE- ADUNDBRTAKBRS have bought stock Undertakers goods including the funeral have added new Supplies We keep our employ experi enced embalmer director meet require ment any hour invite custom 1 BLACK fc BI ZlIFOR SALE out my entire days and guartens111 will party very SJrft11OP l market Gloves THE SINGER I OR Wheeler Wilson to If in need of a Singror Whe lert m and Wilson Sewing Machine I will I 1IYmentsI t s machines Office at my residence patronagesolicitedf l Hartford Kyr i x s- Fd t f 1 i r IHI yourtongue t- oALUMH i Etna Took In the glassyou will see the effect I You cant help puckeringit makes youj ucker to think of tasting it By the use ot so called cheap Bating Powders youtake this puckering injurious Alum right into your system you injure digestion and ifAiin yout iStomachJ AVOID AWNI 31111 Iaillq I ROUt r Io- a1 I1rom puterefi1ea GrapeGceanofTartar more I thanAlum but yAUhavctheprofitofqualittheroh i healthl 3a Jt Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1 illinois Central Railroad Time Table North Round Suns Is Hound No 1 82 il im 605 a m No121dne119lnm No 12Muel210p m No 101 due 248 pm No 102 due SMS pm No 131 dill 855 y m I Every Overcoat in Fairs Store at exact cost If you want a bargain in an Over I Cot I Best heavy Flan els worth lOc now 8c at fairsjMr Frank Wallace Rosine was a pleasant caller Wednesday 1 Mr W N Stevens near town called to see us Wednesday Scholarship in Massey Business College for sale at this office This store fits your form pocket book and fancy CARSON Co Mis Florence D Howard has been appointed postmistress at Pinchico For the best Groceries at the least money give your order to Carson Co I For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College apply at this i j officeICleaned andGet your Clothing Pressed at Pearls Pantiorium at V M C A rooms- Sometimes you find it hard to se lect a Suit It will not be so if you I come to us CARSON Co I 1FoR SALEA scholarship in the Institute Call rd Business on or address THE REPUBLICAN I Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Landry 46tff 10 for a Win If you want to pay ter Suit we will show you an eye opener at that price CARSON Co Heavy Winter Suits at less than cost t Ill SAM BACH Our best salesman is the man who buys one of our 15 Suits because so many men want one like it CARSON Co Have your Fire Insurance Policy r to issued by Barnett Smith They l epresent only the best companies am will write your policyat their office while you wait 1p lf Mrs Mabel Cottrell mention pfj J whose illness was made by us l week is no better and but little hopes are entertained for her recov- ery1 v vIi Call on Moore Crabtree for fir I class Sorghum Apple Vinefll I 1 and 11kinds ffa91ilygrot f4Will sell as cheap aa can anywhere tI rc i tt HJ A Basement full of good things at Fairs for only 5c and lOc Long stylish Overcoats former price 10 now at 648 at Fairs Mrs M L Heavrjn who has been quite ill is very much improvedI For yoUr pocketbooks sake buy your Overcoats at Carson Cos Why pay10 for a good winter suit when 648 gets one at Fairs Call at Fairs and see the new Spring Silk and Woolen Dress Goods Have you seen Fairs New Spring Ginghams Just what you want for sgring wear y v Visit Fairs during their Green Ticket Sale Immense bargains in all departments Some extraordinary bargains in millinery at Fairs Cost not consid ered Make the price Take your pick Mr Elgie Sisk who has been vis iting his cousin Mr R L OBrien returned to his home at Mortons Gap Ky Wednesday A large stock of goods for sale at a bargain Call on Sam Bach i Supt DeWeese is having his of fice repapered and otherwis e beautified When completed it will be the most attractive office at the court house Rev AV J Hudspeth of Hopkins yille Ky will begin a meeting February 4 1907 at the Christian church Beaver Dam Ky Every body cordially invitedrto attend Sam Francis was killed by the Northbound fast IC passenger train at JMcHeriry Tuesday HH was crossing the track near the coal tipple when struck and his body WEB knocked several feet death resulting instantly A prominent citizen suggested that inasmuch as the thaw has about rounded out its mission we might with propriety call attention to the fact that some of the planks re cently supplied for the crossings are out of position and some entirely goneVYANTEDGntlemen or lady with good references to travel by rail or with a rigfora firm of 250 00000 capital Salary 41 07200 per year and expenses salary paid week ly andexpenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky 10m6 Our citizens can get a very good lesson on the subject of Good Roads at this time from the pike between Hartford and Beaver Dam Although poorly constructed that pike is all that prevented a coal fam suffetrngas ItfQiMt Hartford college would My0 beenclosgd for a month for k pf e there would hav- eeii rid Possible way to obtain itb X I s y 1sF5ir 1 1uil 4w The correct style in mens Hats are at Fairs Call and see them Remnant stock of Ladies and Childrens Cloaks at Fairs for exact cost- I Mr W W Park of Clear Run called to see us while in town Wed nesday FOR SALEA good milch cow with young calfW E Newbolt Hart ford Ky Mr Watt Stevens and son Otis Dundee called to see us while in town Wednesday IFOR SALEA pair of good farm mules eightyears old CAL P KEOWN Hartford Ky ICome direct to Fairs for Embroid eries They have what you want A shade under the rest IMr and Mrs Orin Wallace and child Central City are the guests of Mr and Mrs S T Barnett Miss Effie Coppage Memphis Tenn is visiting her aunt Mrs Judge R R Wedding on Clay street Hon M L Heavrin who has been confined to his room for several days with a very painful carbuncle is able to be out agai- nEverything going at a sacrifice at the closing out sale SAM BACH Mrs W W Park Clear Run who recently underwent a delicate sergi cal operation for mastoid trouble is nearing complete recovery The social entertainment at the College tonight promises to be an enjoyable affair Program and College notes were omitted because of our inability to get them put in type Notes will appear next week The city council will take steps at its next meeting to float the voted in November Most bondsI streets are in a deplorable and the council could not do amore popular thing than to arrange to pike the principal ones before an other winter However we sup pose this cannot well be done until the railroad is completed into town and can deliver the stone Dr J R Pirtle has recently in stalled a new dental chair which is the very latest improvement in that line His office was already one of the most uptodate outside the large cities and the doctor spares no expense to keep it that way Not only has the Doctor an elegant office furnished with the latest improved appliances bathe is conceded to be the best dentist in this part of the State He is also quite popular with the profession haveing served aj term as President of the Kentucky Dental Association Miss Katie ThomaS who has been his assistant 1 orsome time has demonstrated great ingenuity and aptitude giving rom ise of making an excellent dentist 1 I Why pay 5Qe for Heavy Under wear when 38c buys the best at Fairs Our siusciibersat Magan Ralph and Adaburg have been without our paper for the past three weeks when they might have had it by the way of Beaver Dam and Horse Branch then out to Reynolds and back to those points if it were not for the postal regulations The reg j ulations provide that mail for these points go out by star route and the railroad mail clerks will not handle j TinIsleyto there put them on the train but the postal clerks promptly sent them back Star route Carder Gillespie 1 promises to go out in a wagon the i first pretty day until which time our Magan Ralph and Adaburg pa trons gill necessarily have to wait I DOCTOR CtJe WALTON PARALIZED i Distinguished Hart County Physician and ExSenator Near Deaths DooriKllziibathtown New Dr C J Walton fell at his home I atMunfordville yesterday afternoon from a sudden stroke of paralysis He is unconscious and there is no hope of his recovery Dr Walton I is eightyfour years old and has nev er recovered from a fall several months ago He is one of the most prominent physicians in this part of Kentucky For many years he was I very prominent in politics repre senting Hart county several times in I the Legislature and served two terms as State Senator He was j Pension Agent at Louisville and has I filled these important offices with credit and honqr He is very well known in this county Piles of people have Piles Why usejDeWitts that the name is stamped on each box Sold by all druggists m Durable Stylish and Comfortable Shoes for men women and chil dren SAM BACH H B I Notes HOW FLORENCE READ SHORTHAND Dear Sir We have your favor Miss pauseIdate And trust it will not discommode you adds May If the goods are a little late To ship these good whispers I GrossieIQuoth Roy Our men have been delayed Byreason of adds Hettie I Our great increase in tradeIThen Gladys adds well do our best Quoth Verna to forward them today I And trust adds Harrette this will explainIOur unavoidable delay Trusting our business relations whispered Mary Belle Viola reads may long and pleas I We are ant beIence I like to have not read it Oh me Prompt Settlement Beaver Dam Ky Jan 28 1907 Mr E 11 Woodward Hartford yoDenr SirMy sister Mrs Laura Stevens insured in your Aetna policy No 419 suffered a par i tial loss on the 23rd inst On the 25th your paid 51250 in full settlement We desire to thank you for this promptness and fair dealing C M TAYLOR 28t3 Barred Plymouth Rocks- A few fine birds pullets and cockerels at reasonable prices MRS CE SMITH H rUordKY I Report of Church Work- I have been pastor of the church atHartford thirteen months for half time While visible results have not been all that church and pastor hopedfor yet the Lord has blessed us much Twenty members have been eeeived Contributions to f missions have been increased The Iv rF P Y W if PAIRS t GREEN TICKET t SALE will ctnUe Tvvo c 4icMlreVVeeks + Dont Fail to Attend SPECIALS2- 5cT Pure Heuck Towels per pair st only 18c 4s Ladies 2c Wt only 19c 7 Mens Heavy Underwear 19c zt Regular 25c per yard Ribbons all Tt shades 19c lt5c 20c anl25c Embroideries only 9c IP Best Oc Dirk 04 tins Flannels now 8c c4 Childrens 250 and 300 Cloaks 198tj Mens 5 750 and 850 Over- coatsy now 548 t ADVANCE SPRING STYLES 7F We are showing our spring Ginghams ttsee Remember the Place C t 4iii 4itIc4V tJJ6i Vf d6MV1 J4 r 0 TELEPHONEGRONTHThe Cumberland Telephone l Telegraph ompany has issuedstatement of its business lor the month of October and the increase in the number of its subscribers is shown as follows Number subscribers December I ISJUli 108862 Number added during mondli 1081 Number discontinued 2S08 Net increase 1828 Total number subscribers January 1 1907 105190 moral requirements have been raised the New Testament standardIto prayer meeting has shown a good degree of spirituality All spirituISchool superintended by the devoted IE W Ford M D is making fine progress the average attendance for January 1907 was 138J the average contribution for Sunday School pur poses 395 and a contribution of 4035 to foreign missions Janu ary 2Qth Our young poople have organized for systematic study of our denominational literature and for spiritual development and are beginning to work nicely Bro 0 M Shultz has been ordained to preach the gospel and is now the successful pastor of the churches at Waltons Creek and Mt Carmal in Ohio county for one Sunday each at Oak Grove Utica in Daviess county for one half time Many other blessings to numerous to mention have been bestowed upon us by the Geat Head of the church so we can look back and sing Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow and turn our faces to the future with bright prospects and glad hopes The church at Beaver DimMs I h 1 =dofagnicey a ul I hnpr to give rep t from thr church at the end of this p t11 yKir I am expect itll great things f that noble band of Christians A B OARDNER Pastor W For Lung- Troubles Ayers Cherry Pectoral cer tainly cures coughs colds bronchitis consumption And ir certainly strengthens weak throats and weak lungs There can be no mistake about this You know it is true And your own doctor will say so The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty year II aude sA1sAPwQtutViers rawellesaalso Wepl1bUhthe Keep the bowels regular with flyers 4- pUls and thus recovery v4cr 6 t i S n1 v I 1 r SfcS i T I t 1 r I J 1 1 oooooooooooooo oooo oNursing baby 0O Its a heavy strain on mother 0 Her system is called upon to supplyg nourishment for two tOt Some form of nourishment that will be easily taken up by mothers system 0I is needed 0aScott J Emulsion contains the 0greatest possible amount of nourishment tC in easily digested form Mother and baby are wonderfully 0 helped by its use g oALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 0OOO OOOOOO O OOOOOOOOO FREETRADE IS NO REMEDY Removal of the Tariff Would Hurt Everybody But Least of All the Trusts Lowell Courier Trusts exist in England where t eXIista combination of competing con cerns to steady production reduce costs and keep prices high is entirely independent of the Tariff system and palpaby so Granting that the Tariff has helped many combinations to prosper and perhaps has been aI prosperIingbe called the mother of trusts It is more like a solicitous wetnurse or an indulgent unclebut mother never Cutting off the excesses of our Protective Tariff would presumably I hurt the trusts least of all although of course it would hurt them somewhat But combined as they are and in virtual control of fields of trade as many of them are they are certainly in position to sur vive the thousand natural shocks that Tariff tinkering is heir to with infinitely less inconveniences than I beset the rest of us What the President doubtless means is that the Tariff revision scheme could not be expected to cure trust evils alI though it might conceivably mini mize a few But prevent monopoly it could not simply because monop ly no more depends on the Tariff than it depends on Boyles new law In as far as the excessive Protection afforded by certain parts of the Dingley law produces disagreeable features of the trust problem re duction would unquestionably tend to effect a cure We do not under stand that the President has ever de nied that But when we are asked to believe that all we have to do to put an end to our trust problems is to reduce the Tariff schedules well we must ask to be excused We can see no reason for believing that any such result would flow from it As a matter of fact discriminatory railroad rates have done vastly more to build up trusts than the Tariff at at its highest ever did and a cutting off of this discrimination really goes to the essence and vitals of the trust question But the Tariff whichaffects every man Jack of us in the country is a different proposition Cutting it off might cut down trust profits but it would at the same time and in the same way hurt the nontrust member a good deal more in direct proportion to his greater weakness leaving the trust still in existence and still I armed with its other weapons to maintain monopoly indeed searing off and ruining competitionI of the weaker sort it is even possi ble that Tariff revision might make the trust grip firmer than ever be fore All headaches go When you grow wiser And learn to use An Early Riser DeWitts Little Early Risers sate sure pills All druggists m Feeding Hogs Do not feed the hogs intended for slaughter a day longer than is neces sary They should be slaughtered as soon as the temperature of the atmosphere is at the freezing point which is better than when the weather is severely cold It costs t 1 C L- r6aYn 1 more to keep the hogs after the weather is cold as a portion of the foodconsumed must be utilized by the animals for warmth There can never be an increase in the weight of an animal until its body ds sup plied with sufficient warmth toward off the cold for which reason warm quarters assist in saving food 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 ance in the niverse uunless it is the action of the liver and bowels when regulated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed by all druggists 25c jf Storing Carrots or Turnips When carrots or turnips are stored outside they cannot always be reach j- ed when desired for use and it willc therefore be advantageous to store them in bins in a dry cellar If packed in perfectly dry sawdust oats corn or even dry earth they hill keep well and can be taken out of the bins at any time It is the alternate freezing and thawing that damages all root crops stored away in winter but as the packing material keeps them at even temperature this liability is avoided The oatsC or corn used for the purpose willt not be injured and may be fed while using the roots coming from I the bin 4 The Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientists are unanimous in the conclusion that the generally accepted limitation of human life is many years below the attainment possible with the advanc ed knowledge of which the race is now possessed The critical period that determines its duration seems to be between 50 and GO The proper I J care of the body during this decade j cannot be too strongly urged Carelessness i then being fatal to longevity 5 Natures best helper after 50 is Electric Bitters the scientific tonic medicine that revitalizes everv or gan of the body Guaranteed by all druggists 50c jf IEKilledkilled by an explosion of dynamite near Madisonville last Friday Love was general superintendent of the construction of the 11 H E road the new railroad that is being built from Madisonville to Cloverport He had placed a charge of dynamite I under a stump The charge failed inVeStijgate1 red blowing Love many feet and badly burning his body Death was instantaneous Love was from Terre Haute Ind and had been engaged c in railroad building for many yearsIEdnorsed by the County The most popular medicine in Otsego county and the best friend to my family writesWm M Dietz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal Gilbertsville N Y is DrI Kinds New Discovery It has prov- en I 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 I for lung and throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint theI the taker Forsale by all druggists Price 50c and 1 Trial bottle free jf I O j9u aTO aaABoar DaogtiP j SLEDDING AS AN ART The Swedes Are Adepts In the Use o1 the SparUstottino The Swedes have mode a fine art ofsledding Their fastest sled ii called the sparkstotting and isaD exceedingly light sled that the in provincedtuated plo during the winter as a means of locomotion The usa of it now ex tends throughout entire Sweden where races upon this original ve hicle oonstitute one of the most highly appreciated sports of winter Among other people of the north in Russia Scotland and Germany this sport is entirely unknown a fact that is somewhat extraordinary con sidering that the sparkstotting can be employed in all countries in which the rigors of winter permit of the use of ordinary sleds The spark stotting is constructed entirely of Norway spruce It is straight of elongated form and weighs no more than thirty pounds It consists of two runners curved upward in front lengthToupright that serves both nsa point of support und n tiller The entire affair is connected by two or three crosspieces one of which supports a light scat placed twelve inches surface perceptibly which the runners which are much shorter are not shod with iron but are well greased or impregnated with boiling tar The lightest and best type for racing is the one man ufncturcdut Umea in Norway In order to push the sparkstotting the racer bearing with both hands upon the extremities of the uprights places his left foot upon the runner io the left and then with the right regularintervals forward If the snow is very hard md the racer is not provided with piked shoes it is necessary for him o fix steel calks to the soles In re ent times a horizontal bar breast ligh has been placed between the uprights This modification renders the steering easier and besides permits of governing witha single lund Upon a level route the spark totting reaches a pretty good speed rithout great effort An expericnc ed racer when the snow is T 111 good- condition can easily attain the speed ofa horse on a trot In ascents it is necessary to push the sparkstotting 11 to drag it but this does not cause fatigue owing to its lightness nd the feeble surface in contact rith the snow With this sled it is lossiblc t 3 run very fast New York herald Gounods Amber Ear Tiny the AIilber Ear said the miter to the lender of the restim rant orchestra while the people at nearby tables chuckled You mean The Gondolier corrected the leader leaningover the balconyNoskcd her was that it andshe said No Ear She wants you to play Amber I You go back and ask her again aid the lender with a laugh and he matched tV waiter make his way across the room In a moment he- rras back I asked the lady and she said he wanted you to play the Amber Ear he raid with a touch of vex tion She says you ought to know j t ifyoure a musician- rait a minute the leader said A moment later he was at the table here sat the lady of nd he came back smiling HoJimbI ed into the little balcony presently there mingled with the fra I XewburgshelaNew York PressIA Talc Told by fret Harte A fellow named Walker a weak Tcsolutc creature had tried a core of things and had failed in all At last he took to the road and tried to stop the mail The driver however laughed at him and drove m The next day Ilarte who had been wzzled by the easy way the driver tad treated the circumstances said Underville whon earth didntW yon shoot Walker yesterday You easilyWell in perfect seriousness find without any thought ofa joke you see the poor devil ms failed in everything and if Ida shot him it would a kinder discouraged him Whole System Wrong MtndellCreighton is a vicar in Northumberland he looked after the temporal weal of iis people He was legal adviser and doctor druggist and compound I er of medicines as well One old I oman was telling the vicars wife what Dr Creighton had said to her AIY frmorjitnr he says iSo my di ester th rs out of order explain 1 tecislern t I r 1 v a H tlltdlTernceSTIIIVENSttjrevrd line 01- I SITOTOUNSlUflo f40icannatobtalnweshpolIIrolusylllustnted lrio and t ncontalnspointsonShoottecelrtofaulo J Beautiful beforewarded COIICmC01EB TAtia MASSUSA I Firstclass typewriter I paper for sale at this of 1 fice cheap t tII8II C r A positive CATARRHI CURE rElys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes the heals disease membrane It cures Crt tarrh and awnyn Cold In tho fEYfRstoresTaste and Smell Full size CO cts at Drug gists by mall Trial Size 10 eta by mail jElyBrothers CO Warren Street Now York F KILL THE c ucAND CORE THE Iuracs gs N w A w ry- F t ONSUMPTION Price OR OUGHS and BCcSIOOOLDS FreD Trial Gttaranteetforal TBROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY For Relieves sour stomach palpitation of the heart Digests what you eat l Heat Cold Rooms Quickly Every house has Its cold room Abnormal weather conditions Inadequate stove or furnace heat often result In some particular I part of the house being cold and cheerless You can make home warm and cheerful with t- hePERFECTION OU Equipped with Smokeless Device Carry about from room to roonr Turn wick high or lowtheres no danger Smokeles device prevents smoke and smell rate as a lamp All parts easily cleaned Brass oil fount beautifully em bossed Holds 4 of oil and bums 9 hours Gives Intense heat Handsome useful Every heater warranted not at your dealers reliableAnearest agency for descriptive circular lampehousehold use you tan buy Equipped with latest Improved burner Gives bright steady light at lowest cost Made of brass throughout and nickel Suitable for any room whether Safe and satisfactory Every lamp to nearest agency If not at your dealers Standard 011 Company Incorporated r arlAf aYR101 d0tltfflWnwaw rr t 1 t I fi BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAilURES All Y drives or It In small cities and towns because 1 There Is not a sufficient population to support a GOOD school 2 Such schools are usually conducted by Ipersons who are NOT qualifier or who make It a practice to travel about and do C lraudthelypatrons are ew If any opportunities for their graduates to secure employment In I such localities 4 The THOROUGH business colleges aro located In thelrrger cities and are eon 1 dusted bypersons who are qualllled 3 The graduates of business colleges In small cities ortowni can not secure employ ment inl area cities when thrown In compe tition with the THOROUGH graduates of highclass schools as business men have no tlmo to experiment with Incompetents Therefore bewlse StndfortheanesteA Sc catalogue ever Issued by n commercial school before deciding to throw away your money for a worthless trclmne ut sue cheap school nilYANr B23ATSOII DU3IWES3 COLLEGE Louisville Ky i- l 7 21 Sloans Liiirneit CroupSoreTroaLSfiff I Rheumatism and 4- tNeuralgia At all Dealers V Price 25c Sent Free I + Sloans Bookon Horses Cattle Hogs 6 Poultry Address Dr Earl S Sloan 615 Albany Sh Boston Mass J SURE For Dileuel- ofSTOMACtf 6 WITU9r BACKKadl Indigestion To Heater TwofinishesnlckelandJapan tlbrarydiningroomparlororbedroom 5oceiIoO CURE r s3Q121 Q1JtSrSir 0 nJ1STT c E SILITB BAKMIiTT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAWa- li9ttptK1 WIllpractlcitlielriirofMwIoiriu ml Pll court Ihlo nnil ndjollilugiDlintlf Court Apllmll dne ilnttniitlnii given to hunlnctdMUniwd ln roirn OllfCtluiJxflml the rractlcfof Crlm 1U1I II lilt heat Flltl lwr1l1f SpiclnltlrK O Hire In tiiniLiiuM Iliillillim 1 FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law IIAKTFOIII ItY I Will prucilre Ills profetNinn In Ohio and nd ioloingcnnnty and In the Court of Appeal io Crlmlmtl practice and rnllertlons u specialty r Olllct In the Hernlil liullillnn t =CHAS M CROWE LAWYER HARTFORD KY Will prnctlro hlH profcKNlon In nil till court lf Ohio and ndjnltilng comirleH iind In the Cour of AppfiM Special attention given tv criminal practice nnd to collectloiiH Office corner Mar ket nml Outer miMi TlioimiKcoriicriiptnMr I i JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY SpeciAl attention given to collectlonaumklnR ronnt7R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY CourtProsecutes + NotnryPubllcforOblocounty L7 1 1- iLREAVRIN RltKKST WOOD Am HEAVWN WOODWARD G4 a felks at1tIj KvWnIn alI the Court AppenM flpe colleelIonH Y p r- YANCY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW Hartford Kentucky Will prnctlwiila profd slon In all the Courts ofOhio and ndjolnlnsr coautlc nudln the Court of AnpprnlH Also Notary Public Office over Flwt National Bnok Wn 1IARNES S A ANDEHSON 1 BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law t I IA UTtOn D KY Tho nnilertilftneil iiinonnrn tlint they have funned n partnership for the practice of Law I nil court Stuto II nil Iedernlwlth otflce Month aside of Sltiln Street i i cmlto Court Hi ass hartf- ord Kv AlmtrurtlnK Titles nud lltlgntlon af specoluttelltloll t VHllAltKS S A A DEHSON t J GRADUATE NURSE MISS SUSIE MAYA graduate of wensboro City Hospital has located i- nHARTBORDAnd will answer calls at all times j Residence East Union street Home phope No 137y and TRADEMARKS promptty obtained tn PATENTSTHATand to ydeadon patentability eo year practice SUR FortreoGutdDookBO3SOB Seventh StreetWASH INOTON C ROUG RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY I INCOIUOHJIEDI The Rongh River Telephone Co Is Independent owned and operated T by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll ser constantlytended y ex V I conversation 15 milesl0 cts 30 t miles 15cts 45 miles 20 cts SicIJ W OBANNON Mgr r Beaver Dam Ky I LECTmCUITfE rttiI puickRel letandCtltreforHead l The ht tonic Cuilttiv ft ache Backache Dlzxine v Medicine for theseIndigestion Mwlatrletc eaeee SOc Guaral t 41i4ekI J r 4I M r Y j EIPANTIORIUMI I J i bichaseq looking shabby Do not but4g worry keep yourself j r S looking nice by bringing them to6f EiANDI Suits Pressed and Cleaned 75c = Coats Pressed and Cleaned 40c 4i Coat and Vest Pressed and Cleaned 50c = Pants Pressed and Cleaned 35c 40cI4 Coat and Vest Pressed 25c i Pants Pressed 15c i q 11P TWEDDELL Manager rfacwcocerneccrraVW9Y FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ol Hartford i6capital 25000 Profits12500 money from to 12 months Bank Come in- DIRECTORS LIKENS ALVIN ROWE IGABE FELIX JIM POLK WAYNE GRIFFIN Suits Scoured 125 gj Coat and Vest Scoured 75c C9 Pants Scoured Goc i El Overcoats Pressed and Cleaned 75c to 125bit Overcoats Scour 125 to 175 jj 50c and 75c V t- A I+ m nuu uI D w Z I MJI c a rrrccc aoc o a V y Yy y y y vv 4 n Stock Will loan 1 day This is your bit bit bit ed Overcoats pressed I r I i l l 3 t s I L 28 YEARSOf Honest Business Reputation is Back of Every MONUMENT Sold 33y TJs i GeoMisckl Sons Props Owensboro Monumental Works 412414 E Main St Yards 214216218 Clay St OWENSBORO KENTUCKY I Get Our Prices and WO Guarantee to Save You Money on All Good Honest WorkII t ITHE KENTUCKY I l and Power Co1 WIhh WIRE YOUR HOUSE JIT GOSTt1i t ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN t iHEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME t On BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD rBE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN t REACHk 0 i 6 or a 10 M L HEAVRE Manager t 4+ + ++++ + t+ + + + + + + METHE REPUBLICS L f A s I I THE BLOCK SYSTEM Before 630 p m PROFESSOR OSLER ON DiEt1 Comparing the human as- the i steam engine in a lecture at the Workingmens college Professor Osier said one differentiating turc was that while the engine ha glthelads of little furnacesthat is cell Milk wag the original food of man It contained the four things tlla were necessary as food curd jtered him a rousUooking patient an ho as if he lul been living on the fat of the Lund No replied Dr Mitchell Ion the fatof the cow That patient hud a live years milk diet except on Sundays when his wife insisted on rice pudding If vegetarians would eat their vegetables and say less about it they would do well Many vegetarians were not as robust men pAlcoholIf all the beer and spirits could be dumped into the Irish channel the English channel and the North sea for a year people in England would be infinitely better off If he youdumpedit would be good for you and hard on the fishLondon News Women as Toilers The last census tells us that tl proportion of women employed in manufactures is increasing more rapidly than men that they are found in 295 of the 303 separate occupations that they are not e minployedas soldiers sailors street car drivers firemen or as a prentices to roofers boilcrmakers or brass workers For such facts t can properly look to the census bit is beyond the province of the census to show what are the sanitary employmentheir of their work is upon the morals of young girls upon the health of women upon their homes upon children upon the wage earni of their husbands upon fam- Ily desertion upon the birthrate investigtionand will naturally be made by the department of labor Mary E Me Dowell inlndependont An Opium Cure A cure for the opium habit hai last been reported from China tc our department of commerce and bor It is found in a plant nhi grows wild in the vicinity of Lan pur and its use is said to destro all appetite for the drug within week The leaves of the plant a exposed to the sun for a day after being gathered and are then cllo ped fine and roasted after which n tea is made from them and the spe cific is ready for use In Lampur alone the applicants number 200 0Asdaily and it is claimed that in the few short weeks since the plant was discovered over 14000 persons have been cured of the opium smoking So great is the for he plant that the natives are asking poundsSpringfield The Most Polite Mn The most polite mon has been ClarJesburg I anybodjhis relatives which is saying a great deal When Wilder was held up by highwayman near dam Japologized Jtramps Jwhenill one day he insisted upon telephoning the undertaker expressing mightcamh1 i tan i Y 1- l Aftor 630 p m- Washington Star jSTOCKS AND SYSTEMS The Methods by Which Some Men Op crate In Wall Street There are many gamblers and stnsdet of their game as men who play rat roulette baccarat or any eson a system Men who n1ty hflvo been dabbling in the market vuj Their dope sheet is the el tiu They hung over it for playOne II tips gathered from more or less reliable sources When the player has them all in he looks up the record ofsome particular stock If he finds it has already gone up n point he will sell u point above or buy a poll below the market assuming that 1 movement extends in one directi uninterruptedly for more than tipAet has followed for twentyfive years is to keep trlllkof the main issues dealt in on the Stock Exdmnjre by means of a chart for each stock lie pays no attention to movements of only half a point or n point for spec ulntive purposes although he notes every more on the chart lint as soon as the regular fluctuation is varied han advance or n decline two points in succession he gets in 1etits market with the intention of securing profits from the remaining points of the movement By stick ing his system this man has ac cumulated a comfortable fortune As a rule systematic speculators the street faithfully follow the t1iPitI nuneuleut t systems profitsthen them they run for cover Some of ti leat nonebutunderstand them But they all fro speculatornsystemtern will sage him New York Times Wanted Them to Match A comely young woman stepped lightly up to the counter ofa drugstore in the northeast section of the enelopein madam pshe asked stampsc1ipas tie 1And mortar Well I want a one cent stamp tre10 rlj3e sure it is a green one p1The clerk looked surprised al with a half smile on his face filled the order Is your letter sealed he asked the precise one proceeded to attach the stamp Yes sir Well Im afraid you need Ano or one cent stamp then No she replied I have onoof green penny stamp on here and I wanted the other one of the sameI color so it would not look queer to stampsmy on laughedheartilythink the government makes complexionPhilodelpbin A Long Chase An attendant in oneol t Publiolibrllrjnoticed librarybaokwhihech rious to Know the name of the book she followed him to the shelf wlipre picttofbull Atwildgrin stretched fromI I side to side of the little fellows taco Wliats the asked the surprisedattendant Golly he I thedeliI If Petulant Sometimes Pardonable- I The customer was looking at the stockof canary birds isitYesm the proprietor of the birdstore Ibis it an amiable disposition jjXoexpectinmentChicago Tribune thHowPatience What do you think PatriceIm sure I dont know Why that Huggins girl was may ried agoINo nor I either until gWhyher divorce jn the papers Yon kers Statesman A weeks treatment for rheuma 25Ismall box of DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Nothing else so good for all troubles caused by impure blood Sold by all druggists m 00 = BAL IESTATE If you have a farm town loti dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us r Note These Bargains Roughtonear Run I bottom 00land Good new four room house with large hall and veranda New barn and nice young orchard Two neverfailing wells I A 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber 5 miles from Green river IX miles from Paradise 4 miles from Echols 5 miles from McHenryI150x50 plenty of water small orchard 900toSplendid two story dwelling wit seven rooms new two wide halls r on Union Street Hartford situate- on lot 3 acre All out buildings and good water Price reasonable One Farm four miles west fromHartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con landellwater good small barn a a bargain RunadjacenA orchards5bargain for some one further information furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the House on Hartford and CourtI Dam pike in high state of tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings I four wells price reasonable terms furInishedA farmer of 120 acres on the i Rochester and Rockport road two j miles North of Rochester 75 acres Green river bottoms rest good hiJIi 45 acres in fine shape for cultivation i cl j GooheS waterIed200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch balt8 j corn per acre About 60 acres in timber Three dwelling houses i Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance oni easy payments I New two story frame dwelling mil Hartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 feet front 210 feet deepI Good well Situated corner Fredrica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain recenhet ofgloNot Hartford CuList your property with us We will find a buyer BURNETT i SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky arty caused by Indigestion If you eat s little too much or you are subject to of Indigestion you havo no doubt beatsheartburnIndigestion causes tho stomach to expandswell and puff up against tha heart This crowds and inter attimoKodolFor Dyspepsia ofISourStomach Digestive of tho Stomach After eating my food would distress me by making wealcFinallydiate relief After using a few bottles I am cured MRS LORINQ NICHOLS Penn Yan N Y 1 had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I DyspepsiaCureloraboutD KAUBLE Nevada 0 Digests What You Eatl eNtrofLJlDetPlttsearIne of can etc C 0 Cbtealo V8A SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS 1CLlbelancl TELEPHONE f JA1Dt 00incorpoinlml 3 Heres until IUr the m ttir with lumherland basinertased er herald to rumble about the TtJe phone Vourx for jrrod HI nurse surf K entleinanly nunipetilion- T J MORGAN Mgr Wrlfl D ID2EYIa Oho CoiASity DtlnlottornlliirniHH Cltrk Irunk L Frllx Jlimttr Com mlxlan r1LJioxNl r1ruxteeiurylnnd R SherldShIollnnh oitourtlonentH II Ill t 3111n threewebllnllr two week STlnxleyClerkhJ1tSoodn 4ai Court convent drat Monday In each onth Qu rterlyCourtbegin on the third Monday lu January April July nnd October JonuarsShreveSee AllenaJ uotlcao Coixrto 23t23SNpteudler NJlntchiJuuxiSepa IIII S Chamberlain Itedu Mtirch 31 Juno Septenilcr 2S December 29 Herbert Ilonder Centerfown Miiruh MO June2i Siptemlpcr2i December MO 30ICcurtItAttorlllCODvenZScllgrloMa Services Sundayeach ttcconidnyoveidujr 111 A Ienln riiHtin ntuhbeforexNemuiSnhdnySnudnyttrulSnndJ J1 Sninliiv uu l sutidny night Irnyor iinC 1 Church Servlrew firm Sunday In each inoiitliHlllMiiininirpiii Il v J D Hut iiedpiiHtor School TriiHtceHHfirtford C M Crowe J 8 UINUdirtou JCroweWIII1I111111DrGecrot Cocietioo FrlrtiyulKlitH hitlIondoyMaccabecaItaughltlverLodgetio110Knlghtoflylhl every night Preston Morton Pout No 4 Q A It hold nlarmeetlngHSnturdnybeforeflrBtSundnylneark HfgROCURrlO AND DEFENDED 9ondtttadet rcxpcrhearcli and tne rcOrt raetlrcopgrtg4tretc limemonryandExclusIvelyWritoBU Ninth OllcWASHI OWI U e 1 x1 1 t I t A J r 9x1a lr 1 rir i ir I l tj J 1LrXi I 4 A i- Uuusrsruuuu IaU uustukuuu- usru1IIJdedI 1omaD w1fW4 Tho first thing I did pn getting back from India was to spend a week with my people in the country A good deal canhappen in five years and wo naturally had plenty to tall about But I tore myself away at last with a promise to return for August and settle myself in town in Inv old lodgings oil St James street from the various entionIlUYduring myabsence was necessary I to cast myeye about for oth cr securities London at the moment j appealed to me irresistibly There within the four mile radius was massed the whole of what I had j missed during my five years in a re auote station in Burma the life the motion the perpetual sense of something going on of being in close proximity if not in absolute contact with the source of current anodes of thought of hearing the ceaseless hum of the wheels of civilization the throb ofactuality f which not even the echoes had penetrated to the squat white bungalow on the banks of the Irawadi where the monotony had not been varied by even so much as a moments lighting and one made up for say ing ones intellectual by overfeeding ones physical instincts Once in town I found myself plunged into a vortex of amusemen- tlhere were old friends to be looked up When looked up they in sisted on dinner to be followed by a theater or music hall Some of Ole men I had done the town with five years before had got married I had to make the acquaintance of their wives Others who had been married had been divorced I had to forget that they had ever been JnarriedIway busy that it was not till the end ofI aIIIfI1YSdays at Oxford and elsewhere pored for anything and cyerythingi and I could not make out how it was that I had not already come scroM him i Oh Wcchcrby said Benson the stockbroker when I asked him what had happened to our old friend we never see Wotherb now lIe is sup posed to be in love For myself I believe ho was just going to marry a girl and she died with the result that he has been brooding over her death ever since j fAnwn no one ever seems toI see him anywhere though hes still got the snme old rooms in the temple Go nd look him up by all means but I dont suppose youll be able to see him or if you do to get anything out of him As I say he never seems to go out anywhere though as you know he used to be such n great ladies man With strong views ns to the ideal woman I put in remembering various conversations we had had on the subject Yes assented Benson he was always great on the woman quesi perfecttypelwnn was a bit of a dreamer Perhaps I saidmaliciously that many account for his never beII in seen now He may have found this type and be keeping her to him aolf Perhaps said Benson however you go and see him You and lie used to be such terrific pals yon i may be able to get more out of him than we other fellows have been 1 jiMt to do Well Ill go anyway I saidI1 wont down to the temple that very night My loud knock on the broughtltetheray struck me that he looked half confused half annoyed as if I had sur prised him at a momentwmen heI was occupied with other matters and resented intrusion I wondered typetheoryI put my suspicion aside how over when recognizing me at last in the soniiobscurity of the staircase he seized my hand and shook it warmly My dear fellow hej youWhenwhelmed me with questions as I fol uptoFor an hour we sat talking over old times and smoking The conversa tion reminiscent as for the most part it was enabled me to see that changedfrombefore He spoke more deliberately slower As Benson had remarked lie had always hndn tendency to dream The tendency seemed ac centuated At times he was silent for a minute together puffing meditatively i at his pipe At last I could not help questioning him even at the risk of giving offense Benson I If i 1 rfr 1 RN says I remarked that you ago quite different from what to You never go out anywhcro What is it You remember our fYpeXounot inlovG Ho was silent a moment puffing out huge clouds of smoke Then Look here old said I dont know why ishot not tell you These otlcr fellows could not understand if I did tell them lam afraid you are crediting me with more intelligence than I possess I said If what you pro to tell mo would pass Bensons wouldsalso pass mine You underrate yourself Be sides after all it is quite simple only Benson is such a material per son Time Stock Exchange has made him worse Anyway I am going to tell you Yes I said invitingly You remember he said settling himself back in his chair 1 had always my own views about wo menYou expected a great deal I saidWell ho went on not heeding canithe woman I wanted I should have married long ago I could not find her much as I sou it The clever woman had no beauty the beautiful no brains or where the combination did exist the woman was already married or had some equally pro hibitive defect You sought for what did not ex ist I said There is no ideal wOo man as their is no ideal man Not in your sense he said Cer tainly not in the sense of a man like Benson if he can conceive the pos sibility of an ideal woman at all or- an idealanything And in yours I said goingIout from it an armful of phot- ographsthere must I should think have been some fifty there in all Just look through these ho saidII did so wondering Every beautyIEnglish and American woman to French and Austrian from the cre ole to the Caucasian from 111 daughter of the people to the daugh tor of the peer Some of time faces might well have been those of saints others were indubitably those of sinners Barmaids jostled against Sis j ters of Mercy Actresses followed rOI111Some physicalbeautythe triumph of body over soul Well 2 Isaid at lengthstill more astonished He spread out the photos on the lovinglythe woman who is to be his wife There he said pointing to the rows of faces before him you have a perfect type I tried to find it ex isting in one woman You were right It was impossible but I have got it there Yes I said smiling at his inten photographsstitutes the perfect type of womanhood no doubt but these things are not alive They arc mere counter feit presentments You are not a nineteenthcentury Pygmalion You photographstire Perhaps not he said At least who cnn tell I know that when I gaze long on these faces I conjure up from their various char acteristio time perfect type of wo man mId can never care for any one else1 mean mummy woman This face I have erected represents to me the supreme essence of feminine loveli rioss the one woman for whom aI man should be glad to die for whom I would die did she require me this very minute People tell you 1 never go out anywhere How can I when this splendid beauty smiles before me at home I tell you I never lived till I knew her and now I cannot live with her To me she is the one woman in this worldor the next Indeed not the one woman but woman herself t t t I left Wcthcrbs chambers half an hour later wondering if my old friendwas going mad As I turned to close time door behind me I saw him suddenly bend down over the photographstogether with a rain of passionate kisses Newfangled Diogenes An aged man in rags was seen wandering shout the lower part of inIin his hand Whither goest thou good broth er asked a Quaker I am looking for a square mall replied the ancient Then art thou lucky to hare met me I am the only lone here and j PhiladelphiaNetsj r J I j I1 LEFT BEHIND 7 Congressi Sorry but you cant ride on this sled Naughton In Duluth Tribune FAMOUS BALANCERS Some of the Wonderful Feats Perform GirlsI in tumbling and rope dancing and legerdemain is so much superior to that of Europeans and Japanese that the statements of travelers on the subject were much doubted until they were brought to exhibit their singular feats in this country Nothing is more common in India than to see young girls walking on their heads with their heels in the air turning round like a ttheclor walking on the hands and feet with the body bent backward Another girl will bend backward plunge her head into a hole about eighteen inches deep full of water rind dirt and bringup between her lips a ring is in the mud Two dancingtogethepover trestles the one playing on vina or Hindoo guitar and the oth er holding two vessels brimfulof water ahd capering about without spilling a drop A plank is sometimes fixed to the top of a pole twentyfive feet high which is set upright A man hen climbs up it springs backward sand scats himself upon the plank Another mountebank balances himself by the middle of the bodon a bamboo pole fifteen or eighteen feet- high f lie first sets it upright and- then climbs up it with and I arms as if it was a firmly rooted tree On reaching the top he clings to it with his feet and hands after lining the center of the pole in the middle of his sash and dances mov ing about in all directions to the sound of music without the pole ever losing its equilibrium He then descends takes a boy on his shoul ders climbs up the pole again and stands on the top on one leg Some times a boy lies across the extremity of the bamboo and holds himself quite stiff for a considerable time boyinabout in all directions without los ing the balance A still moro ex traordinary feat is performed by the Hindoo women One of them will sometimes balance herself inq horizontal position with her army extended like 3 swimming on1 feethigh lastitem btthifpaint crosses the middle of the polo ojjuL ieLdownward SciencetA Field For An Iowa man tells with glee how tan eminent eastern scientist was disr i comfited while lecturing in an in j tenor town of the Hawkcyp State j The scientific man at the eonclll iQ1 doliveringbe glad to answer any question order to elucidate such points Jlll might need clearing up In the thence was an inveterate joker i tall gaunt man with an anxious 1 careworn look The joker arose nail in solemn tones announced that lif jIconsiderable favor if you would tell me whether science has produced any remedy for warts r His Peculiarity r You must find that impediment tII1ti M0h nno Everybody has his tJt 4- y7y4t f C 4 c tJ f Itm Iswi Well really I am not aware that I have any ldo you stir yyour tea with your right hand Why yes ofcourse ppeculiarity spoonWatchwordCabbys A London cab driver had an ehler ly lady as his fare the other day On arriving at her home she gave him the legal fare a shilling along with a pamphlet headed How to Live on DayExcuse said he hand ing back the pamphlet I couldnt think of taking this from you be cause in the absence of the informa tion it contains you might be tempt ed to live beyond your hincome London Chronicle Would Follow but Not Too Near Two Irishmen had taken a off from their work and had gone on a CityWnJkingexclaimed Pat would yer like to follow the sea always repliedruttanee on timer boardwalk Phila delphia Ledger Therr Was No Lord Bacon Apropos of Dr Karl Bleibtreus new theory about the origin of Shakespeare plays a correspond ent writes to the London Chronicle ns follows When will the British public learn to call things and men by their correct names There is no such person in history as Lord Bacon The great Elizabethan who by a few modern idiots is ac cused of having written the plays was by nine Sir Francis Bacon Baron Verulam Viscount St Al bans In no standard work of ref erence is he spoken of as Lord Bacon The Last of His Legion Apostolos Mawrogcnis the last of the Greek champions of libertyof 1821 has died at the age of 114 Mawrogenis was horn at Piraeus in 1792 tumid on account of time cruelty of the Turkish government had to lice with his parents to Italy where ho later studied medicine When the war of independence started he formed a legion of the Greeks studying in Italy and with it served greatholokotron army for fortyfive years and retired as surgeon general Bottled Love Letters throwingbottled er to see what will turn up A year ago a Carroll county girl cast a mes sage on tho waters at St Louis Recently she received an answer from a young engineer in tho em ploy of the government river im provement service stationed a few miles below Jfpmphis Tonnr1he letter stMcd tlma bottlo had been found in a crevasse by work repairlugThe Skyscraping Jonah fJ suppose didnt know re niar edthe superstitious man that many of the ITew York downtown office buildings and tho Times building uptown have eliminated the thirteenth floor It is true They skip from ache twelfth to the fourteenth It almost impossible they say to rent the offices on theth rteeIthfloort New York Press v v J j j 1Y4 c I ALLOVER THE HOUSE Oronao Baskets and How to Make I Them Various Helpful Hints Ii trpmaje orange kpts stand t tQQraigQs blo ttm end uppermost andput out from each upper I two right angled pieces in away as to leave the lower half intact and a strip of skin over tho top to form a handle Remove all pulp and juice and with a sharp knife scallop out the top of tho rindPress and strain the juice and for chch pirt take a half package of gclatia and a half cup of cold water When soaked add a half pint of boiling water and when dis solved tho juice of one lemon one cupful of sugar and the orange juiceStrain and when cold and firm cut into cubes and heap these in tho orange baskets For an extra touch divide the strained jelly col oring half pale pink Chill sepa rately and mix tho two colors in the baskets Ironing Linen Iron the linen before it is dry and iron it then until it is perfectly dry This insures perfect work Have the iron hot A lukewarm iron will not do Fold the cloth lengthwise ifat all for the press ing Press hard and iron smoothly until the linen is dry Unless it is perfectly dry it will not have the luster and brilliance that all well ironed linen has Fold the cloth lengthwise until it is narrow enough to suit the taste and then crosswise folding is allowable Avoid starch in linen as you would upon silk It is entirely out of place Cuts and Burns Apply lour or rice flour to a cut that will not stop bleeding Either will be found effective A burn will be relieved if either soft soap or common baking soda be applied at once As much baking soda as will cover a ten cent piece taken in a quarter of a glass of hot water will relieve indigestion For a scald try dry flour The heat from the burn will moisten the flour and if it is left on it will heal without a scar Washing Doughnuts When frying doughnuts have a kettle of boiling water near the doughnut kettle and as you take out each one on your fork plunge it into the boilingwaterwhich must be boiling all the timeas quickly as possible Let this water stand until coldand you will be surprised at the amount of grease that will rise on top Doughnuts done in this way will never be indigestible For the Scalp A good scalp cleanser to be rub bed occasionally on the head is made from one ounce of lanolin half a dram of carbolic acid four ounces of witch hazel and the same amount of almond oil Melt the lanolin and almond oil together and then while it is still warm pour it into the witch hazel adding time car bolic acid when the mixture is near ly cool To Wash Silk Handkerchiefs A silk handkerchief should never be boiled or have soap rubbed di rectly upon it if you wish to keep it white Make a lather of finely shreddedwhite soap and hot water wash the handkerchief in this and rinse in cold water to remove all soap Wring and dry quickly in the sun or by the fire ironing while still damp but not wet StevCut pork into small dice and fry crisp add four parsnips scraped clean and cut in quarters lengthwise or into thick slices andan equal quantity of sliced potatoes Cover ith boil ing water and cookuntil tender Season with salt and a little white pepper and serve very hot for luncheon Cleaning With Gasoline Tailors clean suits without rip ping them by placing them on iron ing boards with the skirt thrown over the board as for ironing A bowl of gasoline is used and a hair fonowingthetime brush often Work quickly to dampen but not wet the material Face Powder Time following is said to be an excellent powder for the face Four ounces of rice powder four ounces of talcum powder one ounce of zinc oxide onehalf ounce of carbonate of magnesia and two grains of car mine You can reduce or increase the amount of carmine according to the tint desired For the Shoes Milk if applied once a week with a soft cloth to boots and shoes = makesthemonly in the ordinary wsy 1 f A LITTLE NONSENSE V How fRed Wright Got Square on the Coffeepot 1 ned Wright wa9 a moiuof quick and furious temper whijo Jim Donovan was as calm and unemotional violent vns his was The two prospectors wore cooking breakfast in lT one morning when the coffeepot happened to be Reds particular charge The bacon under Done vans supervision was almost donwf so Redset the on the fire for a fun boil One of tho sticks burned in two and the pot upset sf Red flew into a1 rage and juminingr for the coffeepot he kicked from one end of the camp to the other j and back again Donovan watched him with calm interest and when 5t Reds fury had expended itself DonTovum pulled his sixshooter and lilleafc the coffeepot full of holes By gracious mans died Red wringing his hands What did you do that for We cant make no Fi more coffee 1 Do you think Im gain to stand here and see a sonofagun of a cof feepot get the best of a friend of mine demanded Donovan as ho returned to his bacon Lippincotts Magazine m Those Dear Girls r ir He said I affected him like old wineI f suppose that was a delicate way of intimating that you improve I with age Philadelphia Press Cutting UptArchibald is so ec centric confessed the pretty girl iblushing deeply Why after he had been calling for some time he used to cut n little notch in the oldtsofa every time ho kissed me Then tat the end of each month I used to count them J r- And you count them now askved her chum t Ohclear nol Therethere t isnt any sofaChicago News o All In Vain The foreign nobleman puffed hisIcigarette dejectedly and refused tovbe consolednAnd to think11e sighed t I proposed to her on my knees overysnight for two weeks 1 r- And did you bag the beautiful d heiress at last asked the inter s viewer s mytrousersDetroit c r cWithoutIm introducing an nutomatictmachine said the caller that willtpay for itself in a yeartIll take one if it will do that 11 promptly said the manufacturer f If it will pay for itself in a year il No automatically pay for itself in a yearCatholic Standardand Times On to HimIThat was Miss passed said WiseaYes gasped ForchcnHunt and didnt you notice She ac tually cut met What do you think d of that Well shes pretty sharpPhil adelphia Press t 11Ifa- be north pole your occupation would + gone iaNot nt all answered the arctic r explorer It would doubtless be as hard to rediscover as it was to lo placeWaslmington F of xnBaron Ito a cNephewDoyou dear uncle I will pay for I themNos Loisirs n Real Sympathy Mrs Houskeep Yes my new n sympatheticMrs r ts Mrs Houskee Yes indeed Every time I complain of headache 4 tooBoston Simplified Art doesntlooklike we PatriceNo its not The artist 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