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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1 T1c 4 BcpubIicanJr Fine Job Worts S DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription I per Year ytLXIX KARTFOD OHIQ COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH I 1907 No 33 tIBEL SUITS iBiDlMISSED p flflauirer Aflkes Correction v Woodward and DeWecse Publication Was Made in Cbnriec tion With Death of Miss Prattle Ford OAt the time of the sad death of Miss Prudie Ford who committed suicide here a little over a year ago the Owensboro Inquirer and Messen jjter jfor some reason published gar- bledI f extracts from letters left by i1the young lady and the Messenger commented upon them in a manner which seriously and Very unjustly re fleeted on County Attorney Woodward and Superintendent James De Weese They at once filed libel suits against both papers however no untilthey had sought to have th papers make the proper correction The Inquirer has now done this and as a consequence the suits against that paper will be dimissed These gentlemen have never had any mo tive in instituting the suits except to be set before the public Under the heal An Error Corect ed Wednesd Ys Inquirer the following t The Owensboro Daily Induire- deems it a dItty to itself and its pa trons no loss than to persons injured directly to correct any wrong that might be done In the little time left a newspaper between the hap ening of an event and its publica tion in the daily press Something like a year ago this pa per published an account of the deathof Miss Prudiefford at Hartford Ky and also what was repre sented to us as copies of letters left to her fatherand sweetheart These letters were not correctly reported to nor published by us in our issue of March 23 1906 and their publica tion and the comment on them jected Messrs Ernest Wooclwar- and James DeWeese of Hartford to some undesirable notoriety After a careful investigation ware e persuaded that neither MrWood ward nor Mr DeWeese either threatened or intimidated the un fortunate young lady andso we take pleasure in doing them the jus sice of making this publication NOTE BY EDITOR SMITH If the Inquirer when it says in the above article these letters were not cor rgctly reported refers to the re port of the letters obtained from me it either intentionally misstates the facts or is in error I answeredan Inquirer man over the telephone who purported to be Cicero Sutton and at his request read correctly to him both letters left by Miss Ford To Use Automobiles For Collect ing the Mail Washington D G Feb 26The postoffice department has selected Louisville as one of the places where specially constructed automobiles shall be used in the collection of mails This reform in the postal service is strongly advocated by the department and automobiles specially constructed and equipped in the manner of railway cars will soon put out of business the Horse and cart as a means of collecting mail m the larger cities I New Military Code to be Compiled And Laws to be Revise fi Frankfort Ky Feb 27Gover- nor Beckham has appointed Col Guy H Briggs of this city of the gen staff Col J EmDry Allen of Itetal Commander of the SecI regiment and Captain H H t of Bowling Green of the Third regiment as members of the 1 board provided at the recent meet ing of the State guard officers to compile a new military code and to revise the militia laws of the State 1 The board will go to work at once in the code mpiliati9 which Will b BomethMnew in the guard sert f reviiscI y t J T t j J f t lJ1akesuggestiQnstobetransmi tted through the Governor to the next General Assembly as to the neces sarjr laws upon the subject Within the next few days orders will be issued from the department tomrholding of physical examinations for enlisted men and mental examina tionsfor officers in every branch of the service This was also provided for at the recent officers meeting and an effort will be made under its provisions to bring the guard to a higher standard than ever before Coal That Wont Burn We have been furnished with a lump if coal which came from a two foot vein discovered on the farm o Mr R P Crabtree atwhat is known las the Cash Hill about six miles northeast of Hartford The pecu liarity about this coal which looks as fine as any in use here is that it cannot be burned any more than a stone It has been placed on a hot 0fire made of logs and yet it absolute ly refuses to burn The sample was furnished us by Mr J W Fordand may be seen and inspected by any one who desires to do so at our office ARE IN CONTEMPT OF COURT- s HomerTelephone Companies Viol at ing Injunction Owenaboro Mesoenger Judge Birkhead Chas made ab solute the contempt rule against the Cumberland and Rural Home Tele phone companies for disobeying the injunction granted on January 12 The companies were ordered to restore the service as it existed be andIsevered giving prompt and imme diate connections both ways The indmorning as to whether the order of the court had been complied with Theinjunction granted on January 12 prohibited the Rural Home Telephone company from severing its connections with the Owensboro exchange of the K and I A contract had previously been entered into between the Rural Home and the Cumberland and the wires connect ing the former with the K and 1 were severed These connections were ordered restored by the court Subsequent to the granting of this injunction a supplementary con tract was entered into between the Rural Home and the Cumberland by which all messages from the former were to come through the Owensboro exchange of the latter but messages of the K and I were still received and transmit ted by the Rural Home For this arrangement the Rural was ruled for contempt Its re sponse went out on demurrer sev eral days ago and it refusing to amend when the case came on for further hearing last week the rule was made absolute The defendant Rural Home has entered motion for an appeal to the Court of Appeals which motion is now under advisement by Judge Birkhead DUNDEE Feb 26RevC F Hartford of Owertsboro preached for us Tuesday night in the Dundee Methodist church Mrs Amma Cole who has been visiting her parents for the past few days has returned home George Brown and family have moved to their new home neer Dun dee l1eighbortj1 Mrs KatleGrantwho has been J very low with pneumonia is improv ingnJoe Hunt who has been sick for the past few days with heart trouble iC 7 isupagaim jic U 1 Y RETAIL DEALERS THROUGHOUT KY Must Label Food Products Pure or Adulterated Health Authorities Are to See That Consumers of Food and Drugs Are Protected That the Kentucky health authori ties are determined to see that the consumers of foods and drugs throughout the State are protected offPd1idepartment food and drug products and a vigor ous campaign is being conducted particularly among the retail gro cers of the state so that the consu mer may know exactly what he is purchasingLard and pepper are the particular objects of the solicitation of the state health authorities The provisions of the national pure food law are complied with by the labeling in bulk of these food commodities by the wholesalers but the health authorities will insist that the re tailers also label their packages to show what they contain For in stance there is large sale of lard containing beef stearine which the wholesaler is compelled to label A Compound vinegar not made from apples and pepper containing olive pits must be labeled adulterated Investigations recently conducted by the health authorities have been properly labeled by the wholesalers but the retailers have failed to so label packagescantaining them iOne of the state healthofficials said recently that hereafter all re tail grocers would be required to label all barrels tubs jars and cans containing these and other articles offered with the same labels they bore from the wholesaler We will give them the greatest possible lee way he said but where we find the sale of adulterated articles not so labeled we shall prosecute vigorously The national pure food law re quires only these articles need be labeled in bulk but the state pure food Jaw requires whoever sells them shall label them also Death of Promising Young Man Mr Leslie E Wedding diciiat Providence Ky at an early hour Sunday morning after several days illness of typhoid fever His death was quite unexpected and informa j tion to that effect came as a great f shock to a host of relatives and I friends in Hartford His remains were brought to Hartford and after funeral services conductedI by Rev J A Lewis at the Method ist church at 230 oclock p m were interred at Oakwood Mr Wedding was the son of Dr I S J Wedding one of Hartfords leading physicians and he had always j made Hartford his home He had been absent the greater part of I the past three years in the employe of the Cumberland Telephone I Co and the L N Railroad Co j being employed by the latter when stricken by his fatal illness Leslie as Mr Wedding was fa miliarly known here was one of j Hartfords most premising young men and his demise is sadly noted I Dosnt Merit so Much SacrificeCl- nclnniitlTipiMStnr I Bill Bryan is not delighted with Rockefeller on account of the latters gift of thirtytwo millions of dollars education In fact in a recent rto of the Commoner he takes gift as the text for an unusually attack upon the oil man There is st one thing that Mr j Rockefeller could do that would make Mr Bryan really enthusiastic That isto die and strangely enough the President of Standard Oil does Nebraskanflso muck Sflfrsacrifice on hispart I I f 1 fJ r THE PASSING OF AN OLD AND HISTORICAL LANDMARK The above faithful picture of the ruins of the old Water Mill just East of Hartford will call to mind the youthful days of many of our readers Weather beaten moSs covered it stands on the bluff overlooking the seething waters of the old dam like a sentinel of time but a shadow of its former greatness Seventyfive years ago tit furnished meal and flour to the people for miles in all directions It was the only mill of any consequence thingforMany an old man will doubtless be reminded of the days when he spent happy hours playing or fishing at this spot and then to ride through the almost unbroken forest to his distant home on the turn of mealor with flour in one end of the sack shorts in the other and the comfortable sack of bran on top The sturdy mill boys of those times have filled many places of trust and honor in the political and business life of our county As RichardIwho came near being nominated by the Democratic party for President at the Chicago convention in 1896 When a small boy Bland us dto play and fishat the old mill pond When first constructed there was also a saw mill wheelItwas the sawyer and it is told that he would set the log and then take a yoke of cattle which he would keep in yetinthe mill Afterwards the saw mill was moved to the same side of the river and attached to the grist mill and supplied with a modern circular saw After Mr Nail the mill was next owned by Wm Eidson and during his ownership was burned vand rebuilt After the removal of the saw mill at the east end of the clam the famous old fish trap was constructed there which during its time has been known to yield six and seven hundred pounds of fish in one night After Mr Eidson the old mill was either owned or leased by the following persons Godfrey Taylor Henry WashingtonPhippsJohnson owned it that the turbine wheel was introduced and the building remodeled The roller process and machinery for the manufacture of cloth was installed by John R Phipps Co At this time the mill in all its appointments was one of the best in Kentucky A few years ago when the government lock and dam wus con structed on Rough river giving four feet of slack water to Hartford it destroyed this splendid water power and the plant had to be abandoned The new mill is located about threefourths of a mile below at the end of the bridge A splendid picture and general description of which will be given next week pictureInthe dam In 1872 Cincinnatus Condict was drowned while attempting to row his skiff to the fish trap It was caught by the water fall from the dam and torn to pieces Just below the dam Miss Prudie Ford the beautiful school girl drowned herself about one year ago UNCLE SAM ROBBED OF OVER 175000 I Money Disappeared as Complete ly as if it Had Vanished From The Earth I i Chicago Feb 25One of the largest if not the largest theft from the United States Treasury has been unearthed in Chicago Somewhere between 175000 and 200000 was stolen from the local SubTreasury last week The money has disappeared as completely as if it had vanished from the face of the earthThe authorities here and in Washington have been working night and day on the robbery since it was dis covered Chief Wilkie of the United States secret service has been informed by telephone of every development and according to telegraphic advices he will leave Washington to take personal charge of the investigation- S C try Shaw of the Treasury department was told of the gigan tic theft when in Chicago last week and was in conference with Sub Treasurer William Boldenweck and secret service officials The money was stolen either a week sgolast Saturday or Monday The chances are that it was abstract ed on Monday The loss was dis covered m Tuesday Allthem6nev taken was in large t 1 jjtr r bills bills of the denomination of 1000 5000 and 0000IOf Interest to State Guard I Acting under a generalorder Major Walton Powers Madisonville I will be in Hartford early in March to inspect the arms clothing and equipment of Company H Major Powers has been detailed to make the inspection for all companies of the Third infantry This is only preliminary to the inspection which will be made by a regular army of ficer April 2nd- Among the Lodges Rough River Lodge No 110 K of P had an interesting session last Tuesday night witha good at tendance The new badges were re ceived and distributed They are very beautiful The resignation of Sam Bach as Mof Fwas received and Knight Roscoe Render was elected to fill out the unexpired termKeystone Chapter conferred the Most Excellent Masters degree at the last regular meeting Hartford Lodge F and A M will have work in the first and second degrees next Monday night It is thought that some definite action will be taken at this meeting look ing to the building of a new house so much needed by this lodge Moss and Tompson i Plasterers and contractors satis faction guaranteed Phone 29 or Beaver Dam Planing Mill 13tf r I 1 That ill health is unnatural that pain abnormal that for every disease there is a cause nodor every cause there is a cure We offer the absolute cure We do not sell to called cure alls We offer specific remedies tested triedand true each remedy is a specific for some diseaseFor the depressing nerve racking ten dencies of this weather we recommend Celery and Iron Tonic to those in need of an invigorating re iterative and appetizer It is a true nerve food and tonic It will tend am bition life andcnerBtcouu Ig through veins guarantee the remedy as thoroughlyLarge 75 cent James H Williams The xn Store t n j+ + l 1 r 1 f tI i- itQf i Csite G tit1 1 v L K V tj f I 0 to IKIffilL CALL FOR REP mm CONYENTfflRi To StfHeH at Louisville June 19 1901 to Nominate Canl dates for State Offices TlrtheTlQpnblican Electors of Ky Ate meeiing of the State Central o33ommittee held this day it was ore dered that a delegate convention fas hheld do the City of Louisville 1230 oclock p m Wednesd iY June 19 1907 for the mommating candidates for Governor lieutenant Governor AttorneyGen rerdC uditor Treasurer Secre oftate Superintendent of Public Instruction Commissioner of Agri r ctiltaye Labor and Statistics ant c Ciesi of the Court of Appeals to- votddrfor be at the November election 1907 Itsordered that county mass t conventions be held to select dele 7 gat Jto the State convention anoV 2 thataudi county maSs conventions 5 beflaelc on Saturday June 15 3907 atU3aoclock p m standard time i athJJountyseat town of the co iyi or which the convention is held except in the counties of Boyd Campbell and Kenton in which said 1 counties mass conventions shall be held ir the cities of Ashland New port and Covington respectively and except ofLouisville of JeiT ri i son and city where the i 4 Cityand County Executive Commit teesshall provide for the holding of conventions in each ward anda convention for the county of Jeffer son exclusive of the city of Louis ville It was ordered that in all count 1 mass conventions and ward mass conventions the vote of the court 7 tions upon all questions shall be lak i en viva voce It was ordered that all county executive committees shall give sot less than ten 10 days notice Oft he time place and manner of selecting delegates by newspaper publication or toy notices posted in conspicuous places in each voting precinct of the trot nty It was ordered that the basis of 11 presentation in the State comenI tiert be fixed at one delegate for tha4h one hundred 100 or fraction aver fifty 50 votes cast for the getiro jmblcan electors at the Presidential cl otion of 1004 rpun the basis above fixed the sevvnl counties of the State will entitled to representation as follo- vl4cair17 s Allen 18 Anderson 10 Ballird i Barren 21 Bath 13 Den 7 18 Boone G Bourbon 21 Boyd 25 Uioyls 13 Bracken 12 Breathitt 8nice Btackenridge 24 Bullitt 6 ButlerI 28 Caldwell 14 Calloway 8 Camp bell 5S Carlisle 5 Carroll 5 Car wIter Clark 17 Clay 17 Clinton 9 Cri 2tanden17 Cumberland 10 Daviess 24rEmonson 12 ElliottG Faye 83 EstiM 13 Flemming 17 1 loy 12 Franklin 14 Fulton 6 GaUatsr S Garrard 14 Grant 11 GranSI IG Grayson 22 Green l2GreenuA 20 Hancock 10 Hardin fan 3 t Harrison 15 Hart 18 Hen dereori 23 Henry 14 Hickman 7 Hopkins 28 Jackson 16 Jefferson 217 Jessamine 12 Johnson 12 Kenton 63 Knott 5 Knox 22 Hue 9 Laurel 22 Lawrence 20 Lee 9 Leslie 11 Letcher 10 Lew is 24 Lincoln 16 Livingston 8 LoRan 23Jyon 7 Madison 23Mco goffin 14 Marion 12 Marshall Martin 9 Mason 20 McCrackcn 24 McLean 12 Meade 8 Mowftiy 5 Mercer 15 Metcalfe 11 Monroe j 16 Montgomery 13 Morgan llYj Muhlenberg 25 Nelson 13 Nidvolfcj as 11 Ohio 31 Oldham 5 Owen G s- Uwsley11 Pendleton 12 Perry 1ft Pike 25 Powell 6 Pulaski 37 Robertson 4 Rockcaste16 Rowan S Russell 11 Scott 17 Shelby 11 ed Simpson 9 Spencer 5 Taylor 11 Todd 16 Trigg 13 Trimble 4 Un piWa32 Wolfe 7 Woodford 13 TeAal number of delegates 2055 nectwar jj ry to choice 1028tiHICII-ARO P ERNST airon yiLouisville adBTORAi DI1ctiII1 Pungent Paragraphs Prom The Yellow Jnckv- tQf the nigger is so everlasting inferior why are the Democrats so infernally scared of him pledicietgss a on tf3Yj t01 a i I r IJt eaDre3o deliver the nods3 They syaman ii3Aiitn by the company he keeps ate jet son mhave only two doti Mr Tillnan CODtinUt9 5m an active state of eruption nand tlte natives Israpg around his nee should to trtibe woods lwe rasp Ibe soaae little ineq ual- itraswthepresoQtiaaaS But pray MT Bemocrat tel E of a tar i ahfitib we ever had wSadi didat 5e1tte faeqaulitiea 1 Talk about the taanffi being t- atof fie trusts Ibe Standard rOil ttcustt is the gran d dfof them aend streuyffi from a product which is 09 the free list llYhe Bonocrats of Oklahoma wit to iBakea doverkaf the em Wesw off teirstate Perhaps this is a mild1 way they here e f reminding people of those storic days ofr Grover sad clover Sow comesan account of a D troth maul shooting himself because 08 neighbsr presistentiy played the accordion Donl kmwc what ti r coroners verdict wSS er but the jury ie sure to pnvattlj agree that he shot the wrong man- n Governor Glenn of North Caroli na sayathatthe stalespends sixteen tnJllions year for red HkJter And as the state is hoprieseiy Democrat ici this item of expense as easily ac counted for and occasSons no sur pneev TheGbrernorof North Carolina vrftorfo of course a Descoerat oppos era State reformatoiy foe youthful offenders He Jniows that if the yeung men of the state were bought up right there would be a decrease in Democratic majorities and he knows what to tloi trFred Weyerhauser i said be the richest man in HID United States He has great lumber interests and is worth more than Eockefeller and the old fool is still trying to get to gether more of the coin He had better select a coffin jOlt that is all he will get out of it and if he waits until after he is dead that isnt sure thing Old man Carnegie is offering two hundred million dollars for ten years more of life Perhaps if he had not gotten together so much coin and tried to hays enjoyed hi self he would have a belly full this time and be vflling to quit B hundred million dollars will bribe Father Time nor death Heput must turn up his tOts the same as a common pauper when Death yet bPPlay ball A Touch That Heals Is the touch of Buddies Arnica Salve Its the happiest combination of Ar flowers and licaling balsams ev compounded No matter how old tlie sore or ulcer istbi3 Salve will cure it For bums scalds cut- ounds S or piles its an absolute cure Guaranteed by all druggists 25c f INdHARBIN COUNTY fter a Quiet of Many Months Revenue Officers Make Another Haul LIETv1I1I 5 tw1CAftera quiet of several months U S Revenue officers have made anoiherraid on illicit stills in th unty Deputy Ma asPa T J Gun diff and Deputy Collector C Reynolds destroyed two last week One said to have been a large one was 3ound m the cellar of Geo R near Solway 3t was in full tlst with the fire crackling and the- moke curling whti the office swooped down upon ift The operator hzd just fied leaving ft A large quantity of raw material was destroy but Willis couTdJiot Be found The other still ms an old aban dfcned copper stfl near the same which the offiaers say had been operated for some time Tibia is the first we have heard of cit stills in this oonafry for a long In fact since the extensive rainy were made in the county a agor landing nearjy fifty men lied been thought litat theoccupa had been atexdbned It is Be hoped that there are no more illicit distills operated iD the county backiuseFijlte Beat for JwnlaKTH rheuma tam Msdder and other troubles arfsfn from fcnd XBoodl They efems the kidneys and vcDear the systera Indorsed and xsM By all lttagista m lt I I UPS AND DOWNS M1eHAN OEK MULE Tossed About for Twentyohe eyears8nd is Now More Valuable Than Ever CuntyeI James Kennadya 4twoyearbld mule Dan by name for 50 a good and r undpricefor a 14hand mule at that time The animal did ser vice in the city and surroundings until in 1905 when he was sold to- W T Elliott of Lamberts school house for the sum of 75 Elliott worked the mule nhis farm until 1897 when he disposed of him t W G Minnett of Utility for the same amount The mule remained ed the property of Minnett until thee spring of 1899 when Kelly the first buyer purchased him for 65Kel- on ly kept and worked him continuous Iely until 1901 when he disposed o him to Bud Rice near Patesvillefor 75 Rice and the mule parted in 1902 the price being 60 Arthur Robbing gets him now and he be I gins to trade Will Gray next has Dan and cashes him in to Tom Rail ey for 20 This is 1903 Railey sees the advance coming on in the mule market and began to coax Dan to fatten Oats and shipstuff soon show an improvement in Dans 1form and exterior coat In the fall Kelly again purchased Dan at 50 slugs and the following day he dis poses of his purchase at a good profit to W F Thrasher at Lewisport IDan is still the property of Mr Thrasher who has been offered 125 for him and declined the offer So much for prosperity and the useful ness of the mule These figures are absolutely true and they show a de cline of 375 per cent and an adivance of 625 per cent in the animals value i AppealaRichmond Wesat says appeal to all per sons with weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery the only fullymI comes up recom thanutremedies together Used as a coughand c cure the world over Cures whoopingSand ph thisic stops hemorrhages of the lungs and builds them up Guaran teed at all druggists drugstore 50c and 100 Trial bottle free m Germany and its Railroads There are no free a for employes on railway businessI Even the minister pays his fare and the emperor too There are no secret rebates or open concessions no commissions elevator or milage graft in privateallowancesI midnight tariffs abuses or expense bill tricks no un derbilling frauds or classification favoas no fostering of trusts and j short haul injustices I n A cross and peevish child is not natural There is something wrong Usually its the stomach Use Cas caswcet and put the stomachright and the sunshine will return to the babys face Cascasweet is best for isbabies and children 50 doses 25 cents Sold by all druggists m USeed SowingSIFrom the middle of February forA ward is a good time for sowing the various early vegetables to be followed on by succeeding sowings every pointr of vi vof the market gardener who groWs vegetable plants for sale this method of making regular sowings is of great importance in the man agement of his house and frames For instance the early cabbage may now be down and may be occupying the available shelving to be event ually moved to the frames thus al lowing space for the following crop All greenhouses seem to be overt taxed at this season of the year but IIno one seems to have the utilization better planned than the Imarket gardener Foundrp yester day and noon today a bilious attack with nausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding ofoDr Kings New Life Pills the guaranteed cure for biliousness malaria and jaundice 25c 4 Resourceful WifeI hope doctor that you forrcomplaintWifeHe is forever worrying about money Physician grimlyI think I can relieve him of that No Use Advertising for it GriggsDropped into the courthouse this morningand lost my over coat there confound the luck BriggsThats nothing Last week I lost a whole suit there In Memory- Of Mrs Maude Harell wife of Mr R B Harrell who departed this life February 3 1907 All that lov ing hands could do was clone but in vain She was a dutiful wife always looking on the bright side of life ever ready to help her friends and neighbors and speaking words of comfort to those in sorrow We will miss her greatly for to know her was to love her She was a type of the true Christian Weep no dear husband and friends hard to break the tender chords ITis love has bound the heart Tis hard so hard to speak the word- We must fowever partn Dearest loved one we must Jay the the peaceful graves embrace IBut thy memory will be cherished Til we see thy heavenly face C C Another Education Problem BerI j e teachersOn inquired a meager pallid young assistant instructor i hollow voice Willie and Papa fVoinnnH Homo Companion WilliePapa if I am a liar will I go to the bad placeiTwickenham WhyI WillieI was thinking how fari you and I would be from mother I KodolFor Indigestion sour stomach palpitation of the heart Digests what you eatI THE SINGER Wheeler ORIIf in need of a Singer or Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machine I will bring one to your house and sho you the work and make prices to the times on easy payments have repairs for all makes of machines Office at my residence Center street Your patronage solicited J C BENNETT Hartford Ky itt llThe nonshifting The keyforoverycharacter The The The r Gt EATER Loursvto j i E iIT1010l4EFAREfORR011NDJRIPBYAAILORRIYFB MAR I83O AND MR IiTOI 4D- GoVernmenEjchibi1j s- ando ierGr f RESIDENT 1 ROOSEVELT jWILL TOUCt THE BUTTON I ir IN tREAL ESTATEs loteor any for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All have to do is to list with us Note These Ninety acres of land on Rough river near Clear Run J bottom land Good new four room house with large hall and veranda New barn and nice young orchard Two- neverfailing wellstA 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber j miles from Green river H miles from Paradise 4 miles from Echols 5 miles from Rockport miles from McHenry Has good five room dwelling barnI 50x50 plenty of water small orchard price 900ISplendid two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated Ion lot J acre All out buildings andI good water Price reasonable lOne Farm four miles west fromI Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenoror Oglesby farm conI sisting of 93 acresgood hill land orchardwwater good small barn a at a bargainIacres near Run adjacent tp the I C R R half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared goodorchard two good wells price reasonable bargain for some one further infor TYPewriter LETS YOU 5EE 1 T ALL I S AN 6r tj A TAMS tIT RATU E li app1ationI I Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good I dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms furluA farmer of 120 acres on the Rochester and Rockport road two miles North of Rochester 75 acres Green river bottoms rest good hill 45 acres in fine shape for cultivation this year rest well kept Good dwelling and out buildings all kinds of fruit and one of the best water ed places in the county 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch 1 C R R 70 acres up land bal bottom will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About 60 acres in timber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance on easy payments j New two story frame dwelling in Hartford Six rooms two nice halls tfftLot 100 feet front 210 feet deep Good well SituatedcornerFredricai and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain j The 84 acre tract of land recent I ly purchased byJ H Hickman of Owensboro from the trustee of H C Powers situated in the Concord ri neighborhood five miles east of Hartford IList your property with us We a buyer NaOffice Hartford ky to nn on na = Wi fi SYL 1A4C4TS7A7f JtNISCCiYIIWUYAN c lJoJ You can read this ad twentyfive and each r statement is true i y I I straightline keyboard complete keyboard rocksheJt constructed f k 1 INOt7s CENIIN Bargains 8 1 t 1 ways B i 1 is the most noiseless is the most accurate is the most rapid I 4isTHE 5MJ H PREMIER TYPEWRITER OoJlnc 4J l S2l Pine Street St Louis Missouri a- aj iL J i fI 4 IIj F I 1 4M l r 1 a r ri z f r- ltt Na 1 Vi f I r ctir GOOD R ADS WITHOUT COST Dirt Roads Can be Made as Good as Pike N Such Results are Procured by use t of RoatT Drag Applied as Directed Western Recorder So closely connnected with the progress of our civilization is the problem of good roads with a reli ions paper is fully justified in giv Jhg it large space Good churches and schools jn the rural districts wait on good roads How can we get them Macadam or rock roads are usually considered necessary and asI they cost two thousand dollars a mile their rapid and general construction is a practical impossi bility But dirt roads can at a tri vlalcost be made as good as maca dam This is not theory it has been amply demonstrated The process is so absurdly simple that people can not be convinced without actual trial Willeach farmer who reads this lay aside doubt and prejudice and ex periment faithfully for one year Reasons will not be given merely the method Follow it and then criticise The only machinery is the split log drag To make the dragv split into two equal pieces a teninch log seven feet long About three feet apart bore three holes in each and insert strong ties or braces and wedge them securely so that the logs may be thirty inches apart with the split sides out On the ties lay planks to stand on but do not spike as they must often be moved Put a stake upright in each half log to steady the driver Bore a hole eighteen inches from each end of one log and through the holes fasten a light log chain about eight feet long Attach a doubletree a few inches on one side of middle of chain so that when the drag is pull ed one end will be about two feet ahead on the other Hitch a good team and let driver stand on planks on drag By moving from one end to the other the driver can give the drag any angle desiredand by stand ing in front of rear he can make the front log cut more or less A three inch plate of steel three feet r long attached to front log helps but is not necessary Any farmer can make the drag in two hours at no money expense A costly drag will do no better work To operate the drag simply drive on the wagon track so thatone horse walks in a horse path and the other walks outside the track and the rear end of the drag is about the middle of the road This fills each track with dirt and carries a little to the middle of the road Of course the roadway must be comparatively free from deep ditches in the middle Drag the road immediately after ev ery rain Do not wait for it to dry Drag even when the road is slushy Keep this up after every rain not occasionally but during the whole year Up and down the road once after each rain is enough For two or three months the results will be slight After a year of faithful dragging the demonstration is com plete The dragging prevents the formation of deep ruts gradually raises the middle of the road and the thin coat of mud on the surface is puddled earth and has almost the effect of a coat of cement or concrete Without ruts water can not stand and the layers of dried mud form an impervious covering preventing the water from sinking into the roadbed Kept up regular ly this simple process gives a convex surface free from ruts and so hard that water can not go through it i This prevents softness in spring summer and falland freezing in winter With such conditions the road is good all the year and is easier on teams and vehicles than a rock No money is required and the work can be done when farmers are idle Little globules of sunshine that drives the clouds away DeWitts Little Early Risers will scatter the gloom of sickheadache and bilious ness They do not gripe or sicken Recommended andsold here by all druggists m IVTown Run By Women eWlstorn Journal t JfNorWayevershouldhaveamay or the chances are ten rone woman would Hold the oflice This b forc untr village of more than t t C 11 f 1 00 V t tI- I I + IWomenWhWerWell a change a few years of married llo often maIm hi trio appearance aiid disposition of many woman Tho freshness tho charm tho brllllanco vanish like tho bloom from a peach winch Is rudely handled The matron is only a dim shadow a faint echo of the charming maiden There aro two reasons for this change Ignorance and appreclatthechange which comes with marriage and motherhood Many neglect to deal with tho unpleasant pelvte drains and weak nesses which too often como with mar riage and motherhood not understanding that this secret drain Is robbing the check of its freshness and the form of Its fairnessAs as tho general health suffers when there Is dchyjnemcnt of tho health surelywhheal thoce amKrfhxai bKJcp witness to therac t In rbnltPcd come Noajly million women have found health Rnd hadplnelS In tho use oLDr Plercos Favor te Prescription It makes weak women rong1ndslckVomen well Ingredi ents on labelcontains no alcohol or harmful habit forming drugs Made wholly of those native American medic bylendingeral schools of practice for tho cure of womans peculiar ailments For nursing mothersorforthose broken down In by too frequent bearing of mothe11tobaby and Its advent and almost painlessthere Isnomedicine qulto so good as Favorite Prescription Itcan do no harm lii any of the Invigoratingtonicadapted to womans delicate system by a physician of largo experience In the treat ment of womans peculiar aliments Dr Pierce may be consulted by letter free of Address Dr R Pierce Invalids hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y 1500 inhabitants has more than a score of women managing progressive lines of business The town physician is a woman A woman is the justice of the peace A woman manages a dry good store Another is a photographer a fifth is a bank cashier a sixth is an undertaker and still a seventh is an insurance agent Until her recent resignation the Rev Caroline E Angell was for eight years pastor of the Universal ist church at Norway Mrs F W Sanborn is responsible for the ape pearance of the Nofway Advertiser the local weekly This by no means completes the list of successful business woman of Norway The winds of march have no ter ror to the user of DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve It quickly heals chapped and cracked skin Good too for boils and burns and undoubtedly the best relief for Piles Sold here by all druggists m LIVED 114 YEARS- FATHER DIED AT 118 Late Mrs Fannie Schlachets Am bination Was to Overtop His Record A woman who was born before Geo Washington retired from the presidency died recently in New York CityShe was Mrs Fannie Shlachet According to her own statement she was 114 years old and was born in Budapest the capital of Hungary Her father Abraham Friedmam she said lived to be 118 and her mother whose maiden names was Guynor lived to be 101 Her only child a daughter whom she called Baby died two years ago aged eightytwoMrs came to America fif teen years ago She had been in the home only three weeks Two months ago she became blihd Her one ambition was to live to a greater age than her father She darned when when she was 112 She talked English fluently The soothing spray of Elys Liquid Cream Balm used in an atomizer is an unspeakable relief to sufferers from Catarrh Some of them describe it as a Godsend and no wonder The thick foul discharge is dislodged and the patient breathes freely perhaps for the first time in weeks Liquid Cream1 Balm contains all the healing purifying elements of the solid form and it never fails to cure Sold by all druggists for 75c including spraying tube or nailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St New York LooKed Like It Women Homo Companion The littlest girl in the class was reading laboriously See Mary and the lamb she read slowly Does Mary love the lamb buttonhook Why do you say buttonhoek asked the teacher Picture qf a buttonhook here It- I replied the child pointing triumph antiy to the interrogation mark d I 4 l- sr 1 7 0 rtk 1 BASHFULNESS OF YOUNG OWENSBORO GIRL Causes Her to Reject Her Ala bama Suitor When He Arrived OwenBbord MwwenKpr The bashfulness of a popular seven teenyearold Owensboro girl who put her name in a matrimonial bu bureau in the South is the cause of W E Reeves a twentyfiveyear old man coming all the way from his home at Union Springs Alabama to Owensboro for a bride Mr Reeves returned home on Thursday but without the treasure he came for but it was all on account of the timidity of the girl The Alabama man was willing to accept the girl but she could not summon the proper courage to marry him Mr Reeves stopped at the Rudd He is a very nice looking young man and is said to be among the wealthiest men in his home town I Although he had not seen his intended who he was sure would mar ry him when he arrived Mr Reeves was more than pleased with the stylish and attractive young woman with whom he had corresponded for some time She was even more comely than her photograph which she had sent him It became known on Friday among a few friends of the girl that she had refused to go with him to his Southern home and the bashful girl is the topic of their conversation since that time In 1897 I had a stomach disease Some physicians said Dyspepsia some consumption One said I would pot live until spring For four years I existed on boiled milk soda bis cuits and doctors prescriptions I could not digest anything I ate then I picked up one of your Almanacs and it happened to be my lifesaver I bought a fifty cent bottle of KODOL and the benefit I received from that bottle all the gold in Georgia could not buy In two months I went to work as a machinist and in three months I was well and hearty May you live long and prosperous C N Cornell Roding Ga 1906 The above is only a sample of the great good that is daily done every where by Kodol for Dyspepsia It is sold here by all druggists m Jamestown Exposition National UiiRiiiluo lor March I All the state buildings front on a beautiful beach which for a mile or more is swept by the tides of Hamp ton Roads and will command the most lovely and interesting views ever presented at such a gathering and especially an immense concourse of passenger and freight craft and mojtorlargest and most representative in the history of all the many great ex positions England Germany Rus sia France Italy Mexico Costa Rica Hayti Belgium Guatemala Argen tina San Diago Chile Portugal Brazil and Japan will be represented in the great fleets which will in all amity be received by the United States Navy in Hampton roads and their presence alone will give the Exposition a prestige and popularity dignity and interest beyond present realization Catarrh Cannot be Cured with Local Applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescrib ed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is wht produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Props Toledo 0- Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation m 1 Would Change Postal Laws JUjjto Date Panning A certain class of business men are always demanding a higher rate of postage newspaper mother to re duce the cost of postage on letters They claim that the postoflke depart i should be selfsupporting and atheyfr- e yht ac te- w free delivery A cheap rate of post age on newspapers makes it possible for farmers to take papers and to keep track of what is on The benjlefitwho eventually pay most of the taxI es are to be cut off with whatever business men want to allow them it is time for the farmers to elect men to congress who are not tools of the trusts The postoffico department is the only department that is any where near selfsustaining but be cause that department is run for all the people it is the butt of attack for all the special interests People i bob up every little while who claim they could run it as private busi ness on a much cheaper scale and they might but people in the coun try would get no accommodations whatever while continuing to pay I the taxes The department could be I run much cheaper however if our congressmen did not stand in with the railroads to help them rob the government There is entirely too much graft connected with the mail service as it now exi- stsOASTOeIABears theThe Kind You have Always Bought Signature I I of Could It Be Made So tlmilHVllle TlincH Many many years ago a beautiful Kentucky girl was courted by two young men One was a distiller She married the other They moved prosperIedBut the tide of fate finally turned Her husband was not as attentive as he had once been he was not asj prosperous and his love for his Kentucy beverage increased The wife occasionally heard indirectly from the distiller that he was pros pering hapily married and possessed all the enjoyments of life Meanwhile the husband went from bad to worse Drinking meant his ruin He spent most of his money for whiskey The wifes eyes I lightedon a bottle and in small type was printed A whisky withI out a headache She then wrote to the distiller She told him the reverses of fortune her husband suffered and she ended her letter I have heardoccasionally j from you and Iam proud of the success you have made I wish to God you could discover a brand without a heartache p 1You should be very careful of your bowels when you have a cold Near ly allother cough syrups are constipating especially those containing opiates Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup moves the bowels contains NO opiates Conforms to National Pure Food bind Drugs Law Bears the endorsement of mothers every where Children its pleasants taste Sold by all likeI gists Horses Dying from Hoof Disease Owvalioro MrnsrHiter Several horses have died in Owens I boro within the past few days as the result of the disease of the hoof j which has been prevalent for several weeks Two horses were reported Saturday as having lost their hoofs j making it necessary to kill them resident of the Masonville IA hood stated Saturday that aj number of horses in that section have developed the disease and that a number of them are in such a con dition that they will die The dis ease appears to be an exceptionally i severe form of scratches I Health in the Canal Zone I I The high wages paid make it a mighty temptation to our artisans to join the force of skilled workmen needed to contract the Panama Car nal Many are restrained however by the fear of fevers and malaria j It is the knowing onesthose who have used Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing i they are safe from malarious influence with Electric Bitters on hand Cures blood poison too biliousnesss j I weakness and all stomach liver and j kidney troubles Guaranteed by all druggists 50c m II At the Breakfast Table CompnnlonWhat said mother as she seated herself behind the coffee cups and yesterday the weatherman prophesied rain Bobby aged fourThe newspa persdpnt always know what Gods going to do do they mamma I ifO A TOSL IA a Bean fie + 7 s9 The Kind You Hare AlwajfS Bought Signatl c i I 1 Jr 11 Pf k i- 4Y tiu 4 11IflO MxNl yZj slmilatinglfeeFoodandBegula AfcgetableErepetatIonrorAs fl UngaxcStoaactsandBowBlsof INFANISIHILDKLN PromnlesDigealloiuOicetrul ness andtCnatains neither f Opium Maihiae nor Mineral r NOT NAHC OTIC I li QzDJdNIllZ1Pl1CIIlH- IlJiJ RrddzJIaaeJnd cIccl Rem ror 1 Ron SourStonrachDiarrhoea- WormsComulsioi sFevtirish if ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or es NEW YORK ThLII4L WRAPPERI CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You HaVfF- JAlway ght Bears t if f Signature rrer of InFor Over Thirty Year- siCASTORIA tMatMur eorr IMF new YO K CITY j lOUR CLUBBING RATES= THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald + 2s THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 2Lfl THE REPUBLICAN and Courier Journal 1 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 17 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN anti Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN andTwieeaWeek 0wensboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 37 THE REPUBLICAN and Twice reek Oboro Messenger 175- I THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN EJ BBBBa a B im RANDALL T COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN lU When in Louisville 1mSTOPATs 9rSet1t11t g HOTELW7 i3 The Home for Ohio County People p Elegant Cleats Rooms and Polite Attention S V Corner Second and Jetterson Streets Im COLLINSGRFFINProps 4- euxw 21 B7 Er e2 1 BLACK BIHKH- EADUNDERTAKERS if b n We have bought the A C Taylor stock of Undertakers goods I including the tine funeral car and have added new Caskets andi Supplies to suit any occasion We keep in our employ an experi I I enced embalmer and funcraldiJcwt and can meet any requirement at any hour We invite SVMIC custom Iti BLACK 6 BIRKHEAD y 14 k i tU 7 4 L iIF jr J 1i1 t It il I R f 1 1 r V 1 J it 0 I t 1 I oii I = J j Hartford Republican tuned by the Hartford 1obllMiing Copipnny UWoRPnttuER EelltorCtExPnOt ES Cumberland 34 Rouch 1rh12FRIDAY MARCH 1- ANNVUNCEMENTS We are nnthorlwd to nnnounce S A ANDEU SON of west Hnrtford 1reclnct a candidate or Representative In the General Amemblj from this the 2flth dlittrlct ubJEct to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W W PARK of the Reda Precinct n candidate for Kepre n tatlve In the Generul Acitenibly from thin tlieJfith distrIct subject to the action of the Republican party Examine tho label on your paper If It Is not corroot notify us No one at present questions Dr Powells doubt of Governor Beck hams sincerity THE Republican State platform should contain a plank favoring a 2cent railroad rate SINCE the members of Congress raised their own salaries it would be difficult to convince them that the j country is not prosperous How would Senator Bailey do for a leader on the Democratic side in the Senate He could at least always keep the old machine oiled OKLAHOMA went Democratic then attempted to draft for itself a Con stitution which shows how incon sistent prospective new States can be SENATOR BAILEY has not forgot ten the manly l art of choking which he practiced on Senator Beveridge a few years ago He has about succeeded in choking off that investigation THE candidacy of Hon A E Will son for the Republican nomination for Governor seems to have been re ceived with favor throughout the State Willson clubs are being form ed in many counties I THE Democrats after Blackburns retirement are considering the ad visability of trying to get along inI the Senate without a leader They might as they have played a very poor trailer there for a good many years IT seems that the name Carter Harrison once all powerful inI Chicago has gotten mixed with 23 Last week it went down to I disgraceful defeat in the Democrat ic primary in that city as a candi date for mayor IF the President is no better judge of material with which to make up a Commission to dig the Panama Canal thap his appointment of an old broken down worn out politician like Joseph Blackburn would seem to indicate the completion of the job is among the slim possibilities j of the far distant future j WE cannot believe the rumor to j the effect that the Court of Appeals having decided the redistricting act passed by the Legislature void hold up the decision until too late toj correct the wrong at the coming election It must be impossible for the highest court in our State to commit such outrage against the people This would make the court j in our estimation worse than the Legislature Under this act Ohio county has been disfranchised IF the Republicans in their com ing State convention will pledge the party to equalize taxation so j that money will bear its just share thousands of Democrats will give us their support in November The Goodcitizen who has his all invest I ed in the farm or a modest home j cannot escape the taxgatherer The tax rate both State and is IIbecould be brought under assessment j The people have grown weary of this j constant drain with nothing to show for it from year to year except new offices and increased salaries j THE short session of Congress will j expire by limitation next Monday It has been somewhat uneventful except for the final settlement of the Smoot case and the Brownsville affair No great measures are ever rAtis so limited that by the time thej members get down to business after the Christmas1klidays itis gone The long session whiff i will begin A 1 tF nestwinter is expected to encoun termany difficult problems growing out of the rate and trust questions As we have an abidingffaithin our country so have we also in our law tnakinsrbody in the settlement of all the great questions for the best interests of all our people WE favor both National and State aid for public roads No country qari ever amount to much without good roads the entire year The idea of being practically isolated for seven months in a year by an impassible gulf of mud is prepos- teroUS in a civilized land of wealth Our National government spends millions every year on public buildings for little country towns to please some Congressman which could be much more profitably used in assisting the people in construct ing roads in these localities The State could by cutting out needless offices and practicing a little econ omy apply to a fund to assist the various counties a half million dollars annually UNDER the present special Judge system Kentucky is paying out thousands of dollars annually which might be spent on roads or saved to taxpayers Formerly when a Circuit Judge was disqualified for any reason the members of the local bar selected one of their number to sit but under this arrangement a Republican wasoccasipnally selected So in order to prevent that the Legislature placed the power of se lection in the hands of the Governor The result is that it is no uncom mon thing for some attorney in Western Kentucky to be selected to go to Eastern Kentucky to try some unimportant case Often the selection is determined by the desire of the Governor to reward a friend or to place some one under obligations to him But let us see how the tax payers are paying the fiddlers bill It has been held that when a special Judge once hears a case he must continue to hear it no matter grantIattorney Carter of Anderson county has made five trips to Knox county in connection with one case at an ex pense of 100 for each trip and the case is not yet disposed of Here is an item of 500 drawn from the State Treasury in one year by a special Judge which would have cost probably 100 under the oldsystem If given power the Republicans will correct this evil along with many others SENATOR BAILEY after being investigated according to Southern political style will return to Washington like a giant refreshed with new wine As a witness on the stand in Austin Bailey broke all records for calling witnesses and prosecutors liars That was a lie said he answering a question as to whether he ever telegraphed a request for money to a trust mag nate Thats a lie pure and simple was his answer to the charge thatj he had dipped into territorial affairs north of Red river A lie without a shadow of foundation was his characterization of the mule story Another of the charges was branded as an unadulterated lie Thats I another down right lie was his answer to a charge of lobbying for a loan which he afterward refused to pay and the charge that he is now a stockholder in the WatersPierce Oil Company he termeda positive lie These rather crude charges of inv racit do not approach the highwater presidential mark But the Senator touched a higher line in referring to the charges collec v lively as wonton wilful maliciouf lies The enthusiam with whicji the Democratic party rallied around 1 Bailey in his own state even before he had so crushingly and conclusively I answered all charges by denouncing them as lies may be an index ofJ the fierce enthusiasm with which rallyfmany of his enemies withajawbone I I A New Livery Stable- I have recently rented what is known as the Casebier Burton liv ery stable on Union street opposite the Hartford House and will conduct a general livery feed hitch and sale stable Thebest of riggs choicest feed and politest attention guaranteed Have none except first class horses I have ordered a new j 11fjtRiver phone 77Cumberland322 Ct1RH5f l 33t1 rai Ky I MARCH TERMOF I OHIO CIRCUIT COURT r i i To Convene Next Monday I Many Cases to bes Tried j r j The Ohio Circuit Court will convene next Monday for a three weeks term Owing to high water during the November term many cases were continued for lack of witnesses This will crowd the present docket somewhat The regular docket will be set by Judge Birkhead Monday morning Following is a list ef the Commonwealth cases I FIRST DAY 3960 Comth vs WE Russell 4266 vsVirgil Mills 4340 vs James Espy 4343 vs Same 4344 vs Same 4345II vs Same 4385 vs George Kissenger 4394dl vs Henry Osborne 4404 vs Hardin Renfrew 4405 vs Jeff Layman 4413 vs Clayton Williams 4417 vs Wm Hatler 4420II vs Lou Wilkins 4433 vs A V Leach 4445 vs Ernest Wilson etc 4449 4vs R W RaglandI 4450 vs Ab Morrison 4451 vs Ebb Allen 4153 vs Lee Duke 4454 vs F D McNally 4455 vs Len Hall 4466 vs Wm Englishe4465 vs Roy Crow etc 4471 vs Willis Peach 4480 vs Oosley Hall 4485 vs Leslie Hines 4488 vs Will Duke 4489 vs Same 4490 vs Same SECOND DAY 4491 vs Thos Coghill 4492 vs Murray Coppage 4494 tvs Same 4495vs Fonzo Decker 4496 I vs Herman Decker 4497 4 vsJene Hall etc 4498 vs I C R R Co 4499 vs Herman Bryant 4500 vs Otis Daugherty 4501 vs Thos Coghill 4502 vs Ebb House 4503 vs Sam Riley 4504 vs Bob Acton etc 4505 vs Zeke Graves 4506 vs Edgar Taylor 4507 vs Clyde Zackery 4508 vs Tom Walker 4509 vs Same Social Notes Mrs W S Tinsley entertained a few friends at Euchre Monday evenling I The Sock Social given by the ladies of the Chr5stianchurch at Col lege Hall last Saturday evening was well attended and much enjoyed A feature of the entertainment was the excellent musical program rendered A neat sum resulted from donations Mrs T M Taylor entertained a party of the younger set at Flinch Friday evening of last week Refreshments were served and the evening was much enjoyed TheI guests present were Misses Elba Bean Altha Likens Berda Stewart Mabel Hunley Cassie Riley Katie Thomas Debbie Taylor Arbye Brown Mary Keown and Messrs Berry Taylor Grossie Williams J C Her Carlisle Render Charley Taylor Roscoe Render W S Whit man Ike Sanderfur Estil Park ande W S Taylor pCvMrs Hooker Williams entertained friends at progressive Euchre Friday evening of last week The tallies were miniature hatchets decorated with cherries Delicious luncheon was beautifully served Tne guests present were Mr and Mrs L P Foreman Dr and Mrs E B Pendleton Col and Mrs C 11 Barnett Mr and Mrs Z WayneGriffin Mr and Mrs R E Lee Smmerman Mr and Mrs C E SmithMesdames W M and George Foreman Misses Hattie Barnett and Stella Woerner Messrs E G Barrass and C B Fitzgerald Mrs R E Lee Sjmmerman entertained the Flinch Club at her home on Union street Wednesday afternoon of last week in a most delight fut manner Dainty refreshments were served The guests present I Mesdames S A Anderson Ernest Birkhead W H Barnsa Geo Forman Z Wayne Grim I Rowan HolbrW E B Pendletonn l r r 1 Wilbur Tinsley J hI1C Thomas Hooker Williams J S Glenn Robert Walker AAS Yewell Misses Caroline Woerner Sophia Woerner Lettie Marks Hattie Barnett Ida Lewis Laura Morton Mattie San derfur Margaret Marks City Mrs 1M M Bardwell McHenry Mrs Lila Hollows and Miss Fredrica Burr Smallhous and Mrs Geo G Neele Card ofThanks We desire to take this means of thanking our many friends who remembered us so substantially by do nating to us so many things to take the place of that which we unfortu nately lost by fire recently With t grateful remembrance to all we are very respectfullyW AND WIFE- Matanzas Ky LONE CONSTABLETIES Takes Possession oflllinois Cen tral Station and all Cars On Sidings Paducah Ky Feb 26Constable- H B Turner of Barlow Kyac tually took charge of the Illinois Central passenger station and the cars of local freight in the yards at that place under attachment for a judgment for 40 against the rail road Station Agent Hughes was not permitted to get scuttle of coal during the morning and nearly froze while the constable assumed posses sion of the key at the ticket rack which he had taken the precaution- to lock He drove a freight crew away from loaded cars standing on the siding but at noon he compromised by permitting the agent to get a load of coal and continue sell ing tickets while he held one car of freight allowing the train to be made up and started on its way to Paducah He said he would give the Company until Monday noon to pay up or he would tie up all its business in Barlow ROZEVELT Eats Good Biskets Golden Rod per barrel 440 Cream of Wheat per barrel 400HARTFORD MILL CO IIFebdington and little daughter Orel eft for the Indian Territory last Saturday They were accompanied as far as Central City by Miss Altha Addington who will be the guest ol her cousin Miss Annie Culbertson for everal days Mr Jesse Kirtley left Monday for Florida where he will visit his sisterrMessrs Jas C Drake and Clinton Iglekeart went to Hartford Wednes day returning Thursday Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter Miss Ethel Hunter and Mr Ed Hunter are quite sick Mrs Jas Fulkerson is quite sick pneumoniaMrs ht and Ray Faught are quite sick Mr Sylvester Jones has moved into the house with his daughter Mrs Jennie Balls and will make his home with her Miss Oma Maddox returned home Saturday from a visit of several days to her sister Mrs J C Hill near South Carrollton Cas Rowe son of Mr and Mrs John Taylor Rowe died at the home of his parents February 14 This is the fourth one of their children to die recently Oppie died first Bettie died Fedruary Bill died the 9th and Cas the 17th The heartbroken parents have the sympathy of every one Their son Harry has been quite sick but is better at this writing and their daughter Mrs Malissa Brown is in very poor health Mr Murray Fulkersqn a student of Hartford College is at the bedside of his mother who is quite sick Born Saturday February 16 to Mr and Mrs Fred Boone a fine boyMessrs L B Overhuls and Owen Hunter went to jOwensborp Tuesday and were the guests of Mrs Fannie Trunnell and familyat Utica Tuesday night Thequiltinga MrstliulesQv r tons in honor pf her3th birthday presentMrsguest of her daughter Mrs JohnI J r it 11 A r ss A sIkEarlyNew things for spring are here and othersar- riving daily Never in the history of the mercan tile business have the patterns in nIl classes of fabric P been so attractive as the productions v for ibis1i season f I J 4 Dress Goodsr Our Woolen Dross materials in Fancy Mohairs Panamas and all other leading fabrics for Spring are now on display Prices at per yard 25c7 50c 1- I 75c 100 and 125 f f Good line of New Ginghams Spring Ginghams atper yard i i lOc and 15c IMany Shoes arrivals in this line make it an easy ask to supply your wants along this line Ours yearsrof experience in successful shoe retailint uts us a position to serve you 1in workmanship and satisfactory serviclCome us for your Sho- esAmerican Mi tI 1 Beauty Corsets Spring line is all here All the new mod IOur represented and every Uorset is positively to give satisfaction The price is 1 Our line of 50c Corsets is also complete and some of the same models are to be found in this line as are in the one dollar li- neBeaver I Darn ss s999b6 BarnardMrs Lelia Kittinger entertained Saturday in honor of her guests Mrs Will Nicholls and Miss Ida OBrien of South Carrollton All report an enjoyable time Mr P B Taylor Hartfordwas at Smallhous Wednesday Mesdames Sallie Drake and M P Maddox are quite sick Misses Kate Robertson Muhlen berg county and Essie Nicholls of Madisonville were guests of Mr and Mrs George W Barnard re centlyMrs Lula Withers is quite sick Mrs George Lewis is visiting her parents at Island Mr Aus Bratcher was the guest of Mr Alva Calloway last Tuesday nightMr Ed Cleaver is on the sick list Mr Horace Bennett was in this neighborhood this week Sulphur Springs Local Sulphur Springs Local Union No 1 of the American Society of Equity will meet In regular session at Ma grady schoolhouse March 2 1907 at 1 oclock p m Every member Is par ticularly urged to be present as we have matters of Importance to at tend to A cordial Invitation Is ex tended to visitors If you are behind with your dues will you not please come prepared to pay them and have your average dues cancelled here at headquarters If you have never I liald d cent remember that 120 paid rt1ltake advantage of the fine of lOe which will be assessed on all delin quents at the beginning of the sec ond quarter which will be April 1 1907 Or should you still remain de linquent at the beginning of the third quarter an additional lOc will by 1Jadded to the fine Remember that ItorIsnt at all our desire for any one toIhave to pay one cent extra But justjthink how easily you can avoid Lets keep our local to the front I 1 remain Fraternally yours Er D Murphy Sccy Work Horses For Sale MarchBlackat their stable in Hartford 12 or 15 good work horses and mares Will sell either privately or at public auction tn I Your Blood 4 Needs purifying and your whole system renovating in the spring as pimples boils eruptions loss of appetite and that IT elmg annually provereverdevisedsystemIt rq better eat and sleep hotdayslast two years Today buy and begin to take 4 SarsaparillaUsual tGUARANTEED under the Food and Drugs Act Juno of 30 19 No 334 j r f r 1 J J J1 I 1 H jx ft tby 1yty Q ltr n- t itt I II i C 49 Fairs9 Pfewi 0 0 lq b bi rSpringY1 Goods bt- fi bf bt sQ Jtfc Owing to the heavy advances in cotton and silk Jj fabrics i we placed our orders for our future needs in JJ- Vhese lines several months ago hence we are able to J- k show you the NEW SPRING IDEAS at the old b fi Anticipate your SPRING NEEDS and t jicomo direct to us for the LATEST E l fi bt = New Woolen Goods for Spring = 1 2 Never before were they prettier Our Woolens at fi 50c are superior in quality and width to any we bt JJ have had heretofore Our 75c and 1 Woo ep Mix t- fitures and Plaids are just what you want for Easter bit BO nB 4 wear McCalls Patterns in stock as wellas compe tent and painstaking salesladies to assist you in bt 4 j your selections I 4Li Fairs Embroideries bt bt ttfi Why pay 15c 20c and 25c for Ehbrderieswhen bit i 4J you can come to us and get exact patterns at lOc 1 V = and 12 cY Over 5000 yards of r beautiful desirable bt patterns to select from Do your spring sewing t- = naw worry in warm weather Good selec g fi tton of Long Cloths Lonsdale Cambric and Bleach Mt 1 es always in stock = 4Qtl bit = Fairs New Ginghams E 49 With many merchants it has been a question of bt = getting these goods at any price By sheer luck we ft tfi lapded and have them now in stock to show dI- yh rhbpattern are beautiful and there is cer ipou ii thing more serviceable for early wear = fi Come to us for the new line btF 4JI= Fairs 5cand IOc Basement At all times chock full of useful articles in China ft S Glassware Graniteware Woodenware Tinware Etc ij 49 that no housewife can do without Come and look fiwill soon convince you that we are selling 20c and 04- 1fi 25c articles for only 5c and lOco bf tfl asrbl 4 bt bt fibtThe 4R b- ir 041 =4 = bt fibfi Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 1 illinois Central Railroad Tlmo TableI4 r NorlhRnuw1 NfiitUt Boiunl No 121 duel 191 n ui No 132 line fi03 am No 101Ilpe SMS P in No 12llIeI2lO p m Ho 102dne21Spui So inl I1 855 In Buy your Fruits and Candies at City Restaurant 1 Pi i Try Heinzs Mince Meat at City Restaurant Fine City Restaurant is headquarters for everything good to eat Scholarship in Massey Business College for sale at this office Mr 0 T Baird East Beaver Dam called to see us while in town Tues day Mr A E Cottrell Hopkinsville visited his motherinlaw Mrs E C Hubbard Sunday i FOR SALEA scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Call THE REPUBLICANon or address Field Seeds Get your Fertilizers Farming Implements c from D L D Sanderfur Beaver Dam Ky JkAfter being confined to his rQom SSn account of a severe attack of grip Judge W B Taylor is able to l beopt again For Sewing Machine Oil Needles and Supplies for all kinds of Ma TirlUotvia or chines call on Gross City Restaurant r o- i heringschoolt u count o0he illness other mother 4 r ie f t Those Steak and Fish meals at City Restaurant cant be beat IThose Oyster Steys at City Restau rant are simply fine Try em IFresh Oysters Fish Celery and Cranberries at City Restaurant Mr Dan Aultmire of the Goshen neighborhood called to see us Tues day For Scholarship m the Bowling Green Business College apply at this office Mr George Brown Dundee was a pleasant caller while in townWed nesday IRev Mrs L M Woosley will preach at the C R church next Sunday FOR SALE A good milch cow with young calfW E Newbolt Hartford Ky Get your Clothing Cleaned and Pressed at Pearls Pantiorium at Y M C A rooms A good deal of tobacco has been received at the Pooling house here during the week Mr J H B Carson of the firm of Carson Co left Monday for the Eastern markets to purchase spring goods Judge J S Glenn and daughter Miss Lelia united with the M E church South at the regular services last Sunday Messrs Black Birkhead keep in their employ aiy experienced em balmer and funeral director who is prepared to meet all requirements at any hour 30tf Call on Moore Crhbtree for first claw Sorghum pure Apple jmdlftkindsOf family groceries Will sell as eap as can be bought anywhere I I I 1 a Y 1 t k Mr L EEverlYi Matanzas called to see us while in town Wednesday Mr and Mis Clarence Kemvn Earlington are the guests of rela tives here WANTED5 pennies old fashion kind made in 1851 Liberal price Apply dt this office Messrs Barnes Anderson have laid beautiful linoleum and papered their suite of office rooms Mr A R Renfrow of the firm of F Renfrow Co Narrows was in town on business Tuesday Elder W B Wright will preach at the Court House next Sunday in stead of at the Christian church Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf During Circuit Court of course you will get your meals and lunches at City Restaurant Most uptodate place in Hartford Mr J E Curtis has rented the liv ery barn formerlyoccupied by Mr L T Barnard and has opened up a gen eral livery and feed stable therein Mrs Henry Fields and son Ernest returned Monday from a two weeks visit to the Mardi Gras at New Or leans and relatives at Crowley La Mr John Pendleton Taylor who is attending the Louisville Training School was the guest of his parents Hon and Mrs H P Taylor the first of the week u Have your Fire Insurance Policy issued by Barnett Smith They represent only the best companies and will write your policy at their office while you wait WANTEDTo borrow 1000 at 6 per cent interest mortgage on real estate worth twice that amount also personal security Call on qr address A this office 20tf FOR SALE50 acres of land on pike between Hartford and Beaver Dam one mile from Hartford All in good tate of cultivation Apply to M L Heavrin Hartford for terms etc 31t4 Go to Moore Crabtree for first class Kraut Pickles Buckwheat Flour or anythihg in the family gro cery line They will treat you right Will also exchange goods for butter and eggs 32t2 Mr Ellis Eo Cannon of AxtellKy called to see us while in town last Friday Mr Cannon is looking out a location for a large poultry yard He thinks Hartford will furnish su perior advantages in many respects Mr William H Tweddell one of the best known citizens of the Palo neighborhood died on Wednesday of last week after a brief illness of the grip After appropriate funeral services his remains were interred in the Smiths cemetery next day- WANTEDGentlemen or lady with good references to travel by railor with a rigforafirm of 250 00000 capital Salary 107200 per year and expenses salary paid week ly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky lOmG i Black Birkhead who have pur chased the A C Taylor stock of un dertakers goods including the fine funeral car have added new caskets and supplies and are prepared to furnish same on short notice They handle from the cheapest to the best at most reasonable prices 30tf Mr L A Sandefur of the Roxey neighborhood has sold his farm and personal effects and will leave with his family in a fev days for Guyman Oklahoma where they will make their future home Mr Sanderfur is one of our best citizens and we regret very much to lose him and his estimable family Messrs Black Birkhead have purchased what is known as the Dodson stable on Center street and have repaired same preparatory to moving their bus and wagon stock to it They will maintain their large stable on Main street as their prin cipal place of business the new barn being only an addition to their al1 ready extensive quarters Mr Ham Daily and Miss BessieI Mills eloped to Clarksville Tenn were married there Tuesday There was no objection to their marriage and they eloped only for novelty l Miss Mills now Mrs Daily is the daughter of Mr Ashford Mills of the North Hartford neighborhood while Mr Daily is a ssive nearbymumty com I t R iiH A Park Clear Run called yesterdayI ness College is visiting her mother at Drakesboro Ky Mrs James A Gardner of Towns ville Ky is visiting the family of her son Rev A B Gardner Dr E W Patterson who recently graduated from the Franklin School of Osteopathy is the guest of friends in Hartford Mr J C Bennett has sold his farm at Matanzas to Mr T H Taylor consideration 250000 Mr Bennett will move to Hartford in the near future A protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist church here Monday March 4 at 730 p m All are in vited to attend and take part A B GARDNER Pastor At His services next Sunday and Sunday night Elder W Bo Wright pastor of the Christian church in Hartford will preach from the foil lowing subjects Sunday morning subject The Church of Christ a Splendid Temple Subject for the evening servcieCIA Divine Compli ment to the Gospel of Christ AI are kindly invited to be present and a good service is planned and hoped for In addition to my stock of gener al merchandise of which I make a specialty of high grade shoes I have added a full line of Undertaker goods from the finest casket to the cheapest pauper coffin I have pro cured the services of Wallace Dun can a professional embalmer who guarantees all work in that line have a fine funeral car and willat tend all funerals in person Calls an swered day or night Laying out and dressing a specialtyJ HARRISON Beaver Dam Ky 31t4 John Payton whose home is near White Run was tried before special judge C P Keown yesterday and adjudged a lunatic Mr Keown served in place of County Judge W B Taylor who is on the sick list Mr Payton is about 40 years old and has a wife and six children He was very violent and made an unsuccess ful attempt to commit suicide early yesterday morning by jumping from a third story window of the New Commercial Hotel where he was be ing guarded by his brother He sprang at the window and smashed the glass but was caught just in time to prevent his fall to the street FORTHE BUSY READER Gov Hanley has signed the 2cent fare act recently passed by the In diana Legislature w Congress has appropriated 10000 to aid Kentucky in building a me morial shaft to Lincoln at Hodgen vIle p W F Stele one of the jurors in the Thaw case it is said is well known in Lexington having visited- the Lexington track with a stable of trotting horses for several years past it p Archbishop Nuttall has announced that Parliament will arrange a loan of 5000000 for Kingston the mon ey to be used to rebuild the business portion of the city which was de stroyed by an earthquake it W A Young chief council for James Hargis said Tuesday in Lex ington that the trial of tlargis set or next Monday will not be post loned on account of the conflict in ate with the trial of French Smith ibner and others set for the same lime at Beattyville p Attorney Delmasl who is chief coun sel for Harry Thaw now being tried in New York for the murder of Stanford White has sent to Frank fort Ky for a copy of the Appel late Courts opinion in a case decid ed last week involving the same questions as the Thaw case State Attorney General Hays Tues day filed a petition in the name of the Sheriff of Franklin county against the Southern Pacific Rail road Company seeking to have the Kentucky Board of Valuation and Assesment fix a valuation for pur poses companyii DWltt JKKf SatoF f I sLw1eMK 4 J 7 Jr4Wtfmi il Where Shall I Buy IIMy Easter Suit That is the question which many are now considering Hold on to your DOLLARS until you see the new i Spring Samples ON DJSPLAV AT PEARLS PANTIORIUM Samples in the piece containing about one and onehalf yards You can six just how the garment will look after it i4 trade irn Get in line and be one of the DRESSIEST We guarantee each gar ment to tit perfectly and made from thoroughly shrunk cloth Our prices are lower than all others j compared with Quality style and workmanship PEARL D TWEDDELL JAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA4 taM = TILLERS OF THE SOIL E t btFt4 b R WILLIAMS MILLER44 4 For anything they need on the farm They ba tCI walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and bM fi fi buggies for young folks and old folks 6 fi In Additionbi444R We have the be t equipped shop in Ohio county = Osi4c ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other i I 44 shops cannot do at all Everything at wary moderate ft t 41 prices b F I H 7 bti WILLIAMS MILLER144 BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY 9b i1Vawvwyvwvv Ia = l ftWa ItVt I F0 D BAUGIIN IIHas IJust Returned from the Eastern Where He Has Finished Buying nIComplete Line Of Gents FllrIIishillgs AND CLOTHING His New Store In O 1HARiF KY I i III goods ever shown in Hartford Styles the latest quality best and prices the low Iest tW4 cis RENDER I Feb 2GW F Campbell Nashville Tenn was the guest of his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Jno S Spence last Wednesday i Messrs Simon Jones Jno S Spence and G T Tinsley were in Centertown last Wednesday- S B Gray Louisville was here last Thursday- S A Bratcher Deputy Sheriff of Hartford was here last Thursday A J Williams Hartford was hew last Friday Robert Osbocn Louisville was here last Friday J C Hock r wis in Beaver Rn ilast Saturday B IF Garreti cyan in Central City I last Saturday Oda Raley and Wm Evans spent SundayMrsCity spent Sunday and yesterday with Mr and Mrs Simon Jones DrJ 0 McKenney Taylor Mines was here yesterday Jno S Spence went to Centra busine3sIreturned fron Colorado after an absence of sin monthsMiss Avis Evans Williamsport SimolStephens Y4Ja81C8 stayingl ti ooooooooooooooooo o t Most people know that if they have ttx been sick they need Scotts Emulfstop to bring back health andstrength o But the strongest point about Scoltj 4 Emtifoion is that you dnthave to be osick to get results from it = It keeps up the athletes strength puts fat oonthin people makes a fretful baby happy O- o color to a pale girls cheeks and pre 0vents coughs colds and consumptiong gFood in concentratedi form for sick 0- o well young and old rich and poor a tAndit contains no drugs and no alcohol g r ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 1OO 66606666660000000000000000 CARELESS SHOPPERS How Some Women Lose Their Money and Then Blame Thieves Half the thefts that women charge to pickpockets said the re formed burglar are not thefts at all but simply cases of loss from their own carelessness Dont tell them that i saidso though for Ive road enough blame to bear in my day hut thats the truth If a woman goes home and makes a hul labaloo about being robbed she gets more sympathy but let her say she lost her money and she has to shoulder the whole responsibility and be found fault with into the bargain But what becomes of the pock etbooks and purses theyarc not going off of themselves Their owners lose them without knowing it They lay them down or drop them and they arc picked up by somebodywho doesnt run around looking for the person they belong to Here is a case in point A woman seated herself before a bargain counter piledwith rem nants of silk After turning over a few pieces she felt something fall into her lap and picked upii fat leather pocketbook Hello she says heres a purse It looks as if it had a lot of money in it and she handed it to the clerkwho laid it on a shelf backof him and said he would send it to the lost and found department When the woman had found the goods she wanted and went to take her pocketbook out of her reticule it wasnt there and you ought to have heard her squeal She declared she had it when she sat down to the counter But it was gone sure enoughA detective was sent for and he asked her a few questions He was a friend of mine und he told me the story Then he asked to see the purseshe had found and it turnedout to he her own She had laid it down the first thing and when it fell into her lap she was so surprisedshe didnt recognize it And Ireally think that she hated to admit that she hadnt been rclnbedhicago ItecordHerald Ii THE INSURANCE AGENT tic of the Very CleVer Schemes Ht Uses In His Business The modern insurance agent has i sort of painless method of extract ing a policy Here is tune that works where a good ninny others fail Jones is an insurance agent and Jio meets Brown wIll abhor solicit ors of all kinds Says Jones You are not looking woll those days Brown That sof I didnt know it Wliutij the mutter with mer Well you seem to be oil color and under weight you couldohs an examination for in suranceBrown sniffs in contempt I dont think you appreciate how strict insurance examinations are says Jones mysteriously It is a good deal harder to get a 10000 K licy than to puss the physical examination for West Point I can do it says Brown al though not confidently Jones has touched him in a tender spot for he used to be a champion athlete Go up to the ollice and see says Imyinsurance passBrown on the subject too and he goes to the anxietyThe andpronounceshim manhood And Brown is so pleased at his little triumph that he takes out a policy with JonesNew York Press f Why We Grow Old We grow old because we do not know enough to keep young just as we become sick and diseased because we do not know enough to keep well The time will come when a r el man will no more harbor thoughts that will make him sick or weak than he would think of putting his hands into fire Xo man can be sick if he always has right thoughts and takes ordinary care of his body If he will think only youthful thoughts he can maintain his youth far beyond the usual period If you would be young when old adopt the sundials motto I record none but hours of sunshine Never mind the dark or shadowed hours Forget the unpleasant unhappy days Remember only the days of rich experience let the others drop into oblivion There is longevity in cheerfulnessSuccess Whip It Out of Him In the schools of a town measures were recently taken to test the chil drens eyesight As the doctor fin principala needed attention and requested him to notify the childrens parents to that effect One night soon after the opening of the fall term a little boy came folIlowingprincipal Mr Dear SlrH becomes my duty to In form you that your son shows decided In dication of astigmatism nnd his case Is ono that should be attended to without dolny The next lay the father sent the following answer Dear SirWhIp It out of him Yours truly Baltimore Herald- A sDouble Loss Mrs Rankin endeared herself to the stout and sentimental cook by interested inquiries after the cooks numerous relatives and the answers she received often compensated her 1111 spentWasthe lust of June us she expected to be asked Mrs Rankin on her return to town one autumn and the ooks face changed from cheerfulness to gloom in a moment She was not poor Celia she said mournfully was took off sudden wid a fever It was to her a double loss There was the loss uv u man und there wns the loss av ttba mnrrinjre Hs Gave His AddressiAn Englishman a temperance lec turer VHS invited to speak on total abstinence Being nobody in partic ular ho wins placed past on the list of Speakers The chairman also introduced several speakers whose names were not on the list and the audi enee WitS tired out when he said Mr Bailey will now give us his ad draddress said Mr Bailey ris parklirixtongood night I A Juvenile Critic The celebrated soprano was in the middle of her solo when little Johnny said to his mother referring to the conductor of the orchestra Why does that roan hit at the woman with his stick T lie is not hitting at her re quietWellfor rnswcr8 Questionable Sympathy Some persons walking along a path near the foot of the Palisades recently heard a man calling from a point about halfway up the cliff where a path winds through tho woods The owner of the voice could not be seen but it was likely he slipped and fellas he was evidently intoxicated Finally his voice grew so commanding that some men preparing to go frost fishing called up asking him what was the matter Fell down 1 Say Bill give us a yonIYes pretty bad easel Did you fall off the cliff Yes fell off cliff I Well fall the rest of the way Forest and Stream I 1Y I R A LITTLE NONSENSE iU M I pSome o RlttJklu Ing Gcncratiory r ugIrhMammaWhy that dearBobbySo I wouldnt shave to worry about what Ill bo when Im- a manf1rt if Altas mother was ill and Alta had been asked to make the coffee usirfg half an egg to seltltjil The problem was too little girlwho came running toher mother a knife in one hand and an egg I in the other and asked teHow do you cut an egg in half without spill ing it Little Louise about togo away on a long journey was saying good by to one of her fathers old friends Wellsnid the old gentleman I suppose that when I seejou again j you will be a big lady and you will have little girls like yourself Xo sir said Lo isetel am never going to marry I ain going i to be a widow all my life TChiea go News Disingenuous The butcher was busily attend ing to his customers when a nice little boy approached the counter and with innocent manner asked Have you any dry herring sir Yes my Ion answered the butcher looking benevolently down at the nice little boy j Nice Little BoyAw why dont you give em a drink New York Times His Experience Well said Kwoter theres a good deal in that old saying Early to bed and early to risesr Thats right replied Nupop 1 scarcely got settled in bed these nights before Im up again with the baby Philadelphia Press Made No Difference to Him The Old LadyOhsir please do let me go on Think of your own poor old mother The Highwayman Come orf it lidy It aint no good I was brought up in a hincubator Pick MeUp The Egoism of Art Very few literary men get rich Perhaps its just as well they dont answered Miss Cayenne If a literary man got rich enough to found libraries lie wouldnt permit people to read any hut leis own boo sWastlington Star The Real Reason Do you Liza take llastus foil bcttah or foh wuss asked the rev erend gentleman Well if Ah got to tell de truth pahson Ahm takin him cause hes de fust map what eveh axed meChicago KccordUerald Forgot the Face DilllIe offered her his hand and his heart Jill1suppose she didnt think it a fair exchange for her money But you know her face went with the monev Yonkcrs StafesW b man yr IA Close Call Spendthrift Nephew I und r stand you had a close Call whoniyypu 9t1iecrjroMuchliifc ivJ Do It So Rarely Do you believe that many a true word is spoken in jestiYes because when sonic people tell the truth it sounds like a joke to those who know themClove land Plain Dealer The Fading Widow The Browns have a cook a wid ow whos a perfect dandy TheyJre ilIsNo taking itWomon1 Home Companion Unsteady Company T First TypistAnd has he really isked you to ride uptown with Him every night in the subway Second Typist Oh yes its a IIarpersWeekly y jllI i a a A CURiOUS LARIAT Ive n Inriat home that il one of ropoIUkl homaCity flt is made of 1- 1onlbinatipn of buffalo horse In than woiiian und white woman hair I dont believe theres another like it in the state There was a little old man who had a ropewalk up our way and he was a curio seeker He spent sec era years getting material for my rope a little how and a little then but finally he landed it The hard est thing of all was the Indian wo mans hair for although they have plenty and to spare their customs make it difficult to arrange for even a lock I got the lariat for a sum that is large for a rope but small when you consider its other value lre rnnnA a steer with if since Milwaukee Sentinel Boston and Shoes The record of Bostons shoe ments for 1906 is now complete- and while the last six months did not see so great shipments as the earlier months of the year the quantity shipped exceeded the rec ord of any previous year The to tal shipments for 1906 were 5179 543 cases as compared with 5100 038 cases for 1905 4730332 for 1904 and 5094436 for 1903 If these cases contained twentytwo pairs of shoes each which is a con servative estimate the number of pairs of shoes shipped from Boston alone to all parts of the country and abroad would amount to 113 949946 or more than enough to give every inhabitant of the United States a pair and some a second pair CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature 71 I of j on9us i IThe horse can draw theI loadwithout help if you I I reduce friction to almost I nothing by applying I M caAXI i = leaseto the wheels No other lubri cant ever made wears so long and saves so much horsepower Next time try MICA AXLE GREASE Standard 011 Co Incorporated commercial w I Rheumatism and NeuralgiaAt Price 25c 5Oo 6 100 Sent Free JSloans Book Horses Cattle Hogs 6 lj Address Dr Earl 5 Sloan 615 SH BostonMass SURECURE For All o- fSTOMACH r o KIDNEYS It Kt b fkf I r tIJ GETTHE BEST Recently Enlarged WITH New Words New Gazetteer of the World with more than 25000 titles based on tho latest census return- sNewBiographical Dictionary containing tbo names of over 10000 noted persons date of blrtb death etc Edited W T HARRIS PhD LLn United States Commissionerof Education 2380 Quarto Pages New PUtoj 6000 IDlIItrtOIII Rich Blad- lnaaNeededinEveryHome Also Webftera Collegiate Dictionary lilt ftgn UOO Illoitntloiu Regular Edition TsclOxSJSInchei Sblndlng De Luxe 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tiopca Illus iAlko nk If tested IIIIO Jptcr o tohlaln uhIV ateIInSitoaTtNaya errore rharru nurhttobre it p Il4 receipt of for four ernu III to- ctalogprlca cover pojug Our tiactlr thrteeotw Aluminum lUniwwM U tent anywhere fur to cent In sump j rTBViNs ARMS ism TOOL co- P O 00x409- 4rhkrM i Bone Mass U S A 1r- f w I I I i I I Jt WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL AND THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN BotH One Year FOR O- NLYi50 The Presidential election is ap proaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been The CourierJournal is going to support the ticket And there you have iteSend your order for this combina tion to usnot to the CourierJour nat The regular price of the week ly CourierJournal alone is 100 a yearKILLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew fOR CONSUMPTIONPlc SLOQ Guaranteed + for all THROAT and LUNG TEOUBLES orMONSY i ty ue r 1 4ia o oo ooo HIN A oooI It was past midnight The sit streets Were deserted and it wa cahbyNocoat He had watched the electric light on the corner until its ring of rainbow needles seemed to stab his eyes and the big shadows on the street below it toshako with the cold Not a faro this whole blasted night he muttered reaching down and pulling the blanket from his horseAs he did so he felt the carriage give a great jar on its springs He flunghimselfWhat do you want said the cabby roughly There was a pause then a voice came through the darkness thick andnasty as a gurgle of black oil Drive me to Judas Withers and in the name of heaven drive fastJudas Withers has been dead and his soul with the devil tili many a year answered the cab man staring behind him The house still stands but I have lost my way Go on you fool 1 The figure reached over and catching the whip from its place gave the horse a lash The old beast plunged forward banging and rattling down the street while the cursing cabman tried to clutch at the reins but a hand chilly and clinging as the belly ofa snake fastened on his wrist and the thic voice came close to his ear wayThe e again while the old cab rocked like a shipOn they rushed past closed stores and lamplcss blocks of houses now ripping and wrenching across th car tracks and now swinging along the deserted road on and on until the pavements had been left behind and the frost looked back from the eyesAtStop I see it now And the next emptyMy cabman leaping down There was no answer He looked about him It was very dark where he stood but the waning moon edgeshungBuforo him rose a vague blackness the house of Judas Withers tenant less but for the old wife who still clung like some pale lichen to its moldering stones Perhaps she too was dead The cabby did not know lie did know though that Judas Withers had been a miserly carcass hunghisThe house stood back from the garden under the moon As the cabby peer ed toward it he saw the of a man come into the moonshine It sprang across the open space in soft leaps like a great black bubble its every movement full of a dreadful vitality Then it was gone As theIdriver himself turned to go ho a tiny red spark flush out from the house before him and one after the other the windows on the lower floor glowed redas a crawlin blotch sparkles will eat across soot ofI The man was there thu man owed him money and all fear fled tiedihishedgosWhen ed himself gently and looked in at alto of the windows Before him lay nn empty room On the floor thrown from a window opposite was a great moonlightnothing squares in the darkness Suddenly the cabman ducked his head for he saw that a man had glided into the room He carried a candle high above his headand his great pale face was bloated trod loose as a curd Tho cabman crouched low A gust of wind set the fir trees whis pering and a shutter slammed far away in the house Guess Ill get out of this he muttered rising But he did not go for the figure that stood in the candlelight hud turned its back to the window and was digging among scratchinglikeclawed on the ceiling above him Thief I said the cabman between his teeth pressing his ear to the broken panes There is treas ure hidden thereperhaps gold perhaps Just then the man in gruntHo from the hole he had been digging There was no key in the lock but at his touch the cover flew open and out poured the contentsblue green and gold like a glittering rush of water broken bpneath the sun Thecab heart stopped beat ing Diamonds I he pried softly f U v i 1 f Thou he grasped at the window ledgo for the creature gave a howl of anguish lightAnd o light No light I Thesfro his face buried in his thin hands The moon had sunk and the ska was clear as dark glass itcock crowed somewhere in the east At that sound the wretched figure rais ed its head Opposite him was a door witha fan shaped transom over itnnd as ho looked it grew gray and then rosy Some one was coming Now even the cabman stepsNearer peepedintoa woman shriveled and very old The man by the fireplace sprang up As the womans eyes met that ghastly face she gave a cry Ju dell she streamed Judas I Then she tottered and slid in a heap at his feet lIe kicked at her but she only lay there gibbering What do you want What do you want At lust he answered her mugpromisedhere that without it my soul will be blind blind I Do you hear me Help me find it As you were my wife help me find it I The woman crawled to her knees her eyes raised to his and the ter throughthe brightIkthe lamp glowed behind it othor man saw it too and his white claws shot out burying themselves in her breast When he had finished he held in his stained and dripping hands the womans heart It quivered like the bruised human thing it was but the light waveredelighting till hollow of the mans hand and the hollow of the great room his face and his loose white lips smiling widely and the pit of his throat that was black as the tumI Ho paused an instant he whose name was that of the dead Then Ilw turned and bounded toward the window There was a smash of glass and the cabman felt those smeared lingers at his own neck Now take me back where 1 came I from Bo quick or else He did threatI sick gulp as if his throat were full of paste Then he was dragged over the ground and flung into the seat of his cab The creature sprang after him grinding him against the dashboard with its bony knqes where the poor cabby cIting frantic with terror as tjiey tied pounded flew down the road When the cabman opened his eve again there was a great burst of sit shine Above his head shone the heavens deep us the core ofa sapphire and far away he could see the blue haze of the city streaked with grasslayseemingIcarvedjErected by his wife The letters wereof gold but theI morning sun had touched thorn into KenlyIPostponed Prudence Como house to dinner I cried a good housewife to her husband at work in the field Allright he shouted as soon is I have hid my hoe At dinner his wife remonstrated with him for shouting so loudly about hiding the hoe Iam cer tain said she the neighbors have heard you and some one has already stolen H- Struck with the remark the man returned to the field and sure enough the hoe was gone On re turning to his house impressedwith the wisdom of his wifes previous caution he whispered in her ear The hoe is stolen Safe A tourist in Ireland who stayed overnight at a wayside inn not fre quented by visitors informed the landlord in the morning that his boots which had been placed outside his room door for cleaning not been touched Ah sure hallI the landlord and you moight your watct and chain outside your room door in this house and they wouldnt be touched 1 Should Have Been Spoile FatherCooking schools are of some usff all This cake is delicious DaughteriIs it I thought it would be d terrible failure Why 9rr 1 told the cook exactly how to make it and + sho went and made it some other ttKJ f i q n is PERFECTLY CERTAIN Is The Tremendous Success Of This Enterprise ft LOUISVILLE MEN SHOW SPEED Greater Louisville Exposition Opening March 18 For Two WeeksWill Have Creatore Famous Musician Baseball Low Rates In Fact Everything of Interest As the time for the opening of the Greater Louisville Exposition draws nearer the Interest In that great event In this and all other sections of the state of Kentucky as well as through out tho South is greatly increasing The visitors to Louisville will return home and give expressions of deep interest in the exposition and pride In the enterprise and public spirit of the exposition officials who are working so hard in the interest of their state and city without prospect or wish for any pecuniary gain Showing what pride they take In their citys great enterprise the merchants and manufacturers of LouisI FRED LEVY President of the Louisville Commercial Club and Vice President of the Greater Louisville Ex position Company ville have covered their envelopes and stationery almost over with advertis ing matter concerning the exposition and the title Greater Louisville Ex position seems to appear in the most unexpected quarters at the most un expected time Louisville drummers who visit here let no one escape and If for no other reason the people of Kentucky will be bound to go to Lou isville between March IS and 30 to see what hay been so widely heralded This will be a matter of easy accom plishment because the railroads of Kentucky have announced a rate of one fare for the round trip with three selling elates each week tile tickets good returning until April 1 Besides these splendid rates many shugle day excursions will be rim and It Is said by the railroad oillcinls composing the South astern Passenger Association that the rates for these excursions will be the best over offered for a sim- Ilar enterprise The Division of Programme of tho exposition is now busily engaged in preparing the plans for various special days Interesting programmes will bo arranged for these special days and the music by the great Creatures hand will be an added attraction to the ex position twice dally This band of sixty renowned soloists is recognized everywhere as hero absolutely the foremost organization of Its kind and the twice dally concerts will be Included In the extraordinarily low price of admission which will be twentyfive cents for adults and flftaen cents for children For special days Sig Creatore has very graciously consented to make his programme typical of the occasion The following days have been decided upon and plans are In train to make each one a unique success Dedica tion Day Edison Day Childrens Day Greater Louisville and Falls Cities Day All Kentucky Day Fraternal Day Transportation Day Womans Day University Day Music Day News paper Day and Getaway Day It will be of Interest to lovers of the national game to know that the Louisville baseball team will contest with two major league teams during tho exposition period playing live games in all It can be seen that the people of Kentucky will have a splendid opportunity of seeing the Greater Louisville Exposition hear Creatores fa mous band and see such magnificent baseball organizations as the Chicago National League team and tho Boston Americans Boston will play three games March 23 24 and 25 whllo Chicago will play two games March 28 and 29- There Is no citizen of Loulsvlllo who does not stand ready to extend a warm and brotherly welcome to his fellow Kentuckian from any part of tho state Likewise a warm and hos pitable welcome will be extended to all exposition visitors The hotel keepers in Louisville have announced to the state In particular and to the South in general that there will bo no advance in charges during the exposition period The forbear ance of these public entertainers has been noticeablelntho past qnd It will likely redound greatly to their profit in the near future Ir are caused by Indigestion If you eat a little too much or If you aro subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beaUheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to expand swell and puff up against the heart This crowds and interferes with its action and in tho course o1 time tho heart becomes dise- asedKodol For Dyspepsia digests what you eat takes the strain off of the heart and contributes nourishment thebodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining tho Stomach and Diges tive Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach maJdnfmyImmediateMRS LORINQ NICHOLS Penn Van N Y rhadCure for about four months and It cured me D KAUBLE Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat BUn maigeitlon Freptrtd at too Lib lour Hootch belch oratory of EODtWm ln of ea tc A Co Chicago U8A SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS WlI JnTe Ohio CountyCircuit Court TFlllrkhead Judge lien D lllngoAttorney Otttnr Mldklff Jailer Ed O IlarniHH Clerk Frank L Felix Mater Com mlwalmisr Y L Moweley Truntee Jury Fund n HMartin Sheriff Hartford Deputy SheriffS A Ilrntchcr L P Crowder E 11 Miwm Grunt ollnrd 4Courtronvene tlrHt Monday In Mardi nnd August nnd continues three weekHand third Monday In May and Xovumber two wee- kCuuutyCuuvtw UTaylor Judge W 8 AUurlllyllnrtfOl1month MondayInCourt of Clalma Convene first Monday In Jan unry Tuesday niter Hecond Monday In October Other Officers X Moxley Surveyor Shrove S W Leach AnNeHHorllob ItoyJameH DeWeene School Superintendent Hartford Heroine Allen CoroiHrIItiM Jvictcas CoiirtoX HarrnHM Hearer Da in March 24 June 23 September December 24 W I Miller llorxt IlrHtich Miiiih 21 June 21 Seritemlier 25 Herein her 21 W S Dean DaudseIrtreh S7 June S8 Sep teialitr Irt December 27 1111 Edge 1orIMfIJ1IureJl 5S June 3 September 27 Herein her 24 US Chainlivrlnln Iteda March 29 tune September 2S Derem r 20 Herbert tender tVntertown March SO June 21 8tlIIhr 21t Deceinlier 30 John II Mlles Itoekpurr Manh 31 Juan 30 September IU Deruinlt- erXIartfsra nl Zclico CourtIt U VililliiKJnilKo J S Hlunn City Attorney Seth Mioflev MarHhal Court con veneHceeond Mondiiv In eiirhnionth ZlellgloAC CorwicosM E Church South Serviced third Sunday In each mouth at 1111 in nnd 7pm lecocd Sunday at 7 p m sod fourth Sunday nt 11 n m and i p in Irayer meetlnirervry Vediifcdny HVeuliiK lIv 1t JeuH 1iiHtor liaptlstInireli5ervleeshrtd Saturdny nigh nefiire nivond Sunday Suinliij and Sunday nluht mud fourth Siiminy cad Sunday night 1ruyer IIIIii t every Thliiviliiy evenlinf lie V A D turdnir piintor C I1 Church Service llrwl Sunday In ench month at 111111111 7 JIIII Itev J D lint nediiiHtorClirlNtltin Clmreli Servlwtn overtlMt Siindny WrightIIItlltSchool TriiHteeK Hartford U M Crowe J S Olenn Dudley Ford C M llarnett Dr K n 1undlototi City Council 1 II WllllaniM Mayor C M Crowe Clerk U IL USIuimerman Dr K U PundMou A D White Win Fair Win Bens Dr J WTnvlorCocret Cociotiea A 0 U W nieefn first and third Friday nlKhlHln each inontli Hartford Iodue No I7B K A A llasausfir- Monday night In ench month Hartford Tout So M Kinihtx of tlm Moron been every Thursday tdKlit- Itouuh Hlver badgeNo Ill KulKhtenf Pythla meetHwvery Tuesday nlxlit Preston Morton IOHC 004 II A II hold 1 1 j ulnrtn tingsntiirthtybsforpfrstSnndnylpcan- month PROCURED AND DEFENDED oeninxwtl reportloncopyrttfUtjctc IN ALL COUNTRIES llasluesi direct with Washington tares time mono and oJtrn lbepatent ExclusivelyWrlle523 Ninth Street opp United fitatti Patent Offlct WASHINGTON D C Nasal CATARRH In all Its stages them should be cleanliness I Elys Cream Balm clcancs soothes and heals the diseased membrane Itcures catarrh and drives away a cold In the bead quickly Dream Balm Is placed Into the nostrils spreads over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief im mediate and a cure follows It la sot drying does Dot produce ineezlnj Large Size 60 cents at Druy flits or by mall Trial Size I0 teats by maiL EL 2ROTHERSsa Warren Street New Tori e I LRoYAejfll5 fafefrom Pure6rapetream 9ITartar I The only excuse for buying anything but a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking Powder is to save a few cents in price ROYAL costs you a few cents more per can than Alum or Phos phate of Lime powders but it is worth far more than the difference- to keep your biscuits cakes and paw free from the injurious effects of these cheapening substitutes IiContinued use of Alum means permanent injury to health plainlykA t POWDER SEC WILSON MAY MODIFY HIS RULING Ray of Hope for Rectifies Cora pounders and Wholesale Liquor Dealers Washington Feb 2LThe report was curent here today that the Secretary of Agriculture will modify his ruling of December 6 with reference to like substances as far as the blending of spirits is concerned and that he will hold that neutral spir its and whiskey are like substances I and can be blended under the pro visions of the Pure Food Bill If this is correct it will be a vic tory for the rectifiers compounders and wholesale liquor dealers and a defeat for the straight whiskey jnen It is added however that UK Secretary will compel the rectifiers to mark it a blend on their labels and may compel them to show how much of each ingredient is used in the mixture When the attention of Dr Wiley the chief chemist was called to the report he said he had no information which would verify it and could not say that the Seer tary hat any such ruling in mind NOTICE Having decided to quit bus iness in Hartford we take this means of asking every one indebted to us to call at once and settle SAM BACH Common School Graduates The following students passed the common shool examination on Jan uary 2526 1907 and will receive diplomas of graduation at the coun ty institute viz Forest Salmon Mary Williams Rob Williams Roy Williams Martha Sandefur James Sandefur Court land Taylor Edna Foster Lucy El len Roach Willie Edwards Frank Wright Maultie Duke Allen Foster Wilbur Phillips Amby Hayras Margaret Jones Mary Belle Jones Eva Allen Jesse York Corinne Thomas Annie Austin Ida Olive Gordon Cora E Gordon Vera E Gordon Comma Duke Ernest Gea try Mai Coleman Ruth Loyd Lena Phillipps Jesse Blankenship R C Hocker Myrtle Williams Arthur PlummerFor above results the fob lowing teachers deserve creditable mention J C McCrocklin V M Crowder Forrest Miller and Mrs Cinderilla Crowder On the same date the following rdlored pupils passed the examina tion successfully and will receive diplomas viz Gertrude Collins Willie Collins W R Shultz A J Rice E B Rice Malinda Walker IT B Nail BE Render M F= Taylor A G Smith Credit for these graduates is due r J c N1 1L L Porter and LW Smith teach ers respectively of llayti and Mc Henry coloredschool Another common whoop examination will be held on tillOOd Friday and Saturday in May ai convenient places for those who desire to take it and every teacher taxing pupils capable of passing B respectfully urged to see that an opportunity is given themJ DEWEESE S C S EGGS EGGS EGGS The growing popularity and in creased demand for Barred Plymouth Rocks is almost phenomenal They are ready for the table at age less than eight weeks and at the rnme time are recognized as the very best of layers My pens are made up of cockerels md pullets sired by the most noted prize winners in Kentucky Took all premiums on cockerels and pullets at the Ohio county fair 190G Eggs from select ed pens 200 per sitting other pens 100 per sitting All orders j receive prompt attention Mss CE SMITH Hartford Ky Resolutions of Polo Local No 1 A S of EIWhereas It has pleased Almighty God to call from onrraidst ourmuch respected brother yt H Tweddell j who departed this life Wednesday Feb 20 1907 therefore be it Resolved That Pato mal union has lost a faithful member who wash good neighbor and ac honorable citizen a devoted husband and father therefore be it further Resolved That this lodge extend Its sympathy to his family and commend them to the case of our Heavenly father who doeth all things well Be it further Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be sent io the family and one to each t i the county rriyQrs for puplicaUon ComR1 ADoctors Medicine flyers Cherry Pectoral is not a simple cough syrup It is a strong medicine a doctors medicine It cures hard cases severe and desperate cases chronic cases of asthma pleu risy bronchitis consumption Ask your doctor about this The beat Mad rf tertfmcm al Sold lor nrr sixty years rouzastlnwcueo SAKSXPAKHJJL tiers FILLS HUBVDOK WbaTWonsifoiatoRaavmrabeianYill tak lnc iw of AIMS P attodtlm i FOURTEENYEAROLD rBOY SLEPT TWO YEARS Woke up Suddenly But Has Forgotten How to Walk Staunton Va Feb 23Leslie Chewning aged 14 years of Spotts ylvania Court House lay asleep prac tically two years All efforts to arouse him failed After havingIslept continiously for two family became alarmed and summon ed a physician but the boy 1 failed to respond to the most drastic eat ment Days passed into weeks and weeks into months and he could not be aroused Finally he was sent to a hospital where he remained in bed never showing any desire to get up even when not entirely unconscious At times he could be sufficiently aroused to eat At other times he would have to be nourishes artificially Tw days ago he woke up Although a stranger when he went there he knew by name nearly all the nurse in his ward His mind is apparently normal but he has forgotten how to walk CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature 71f of C H B I Notes Since our lastarticle in the columns of this paper the following students have enrolled Misses Edna Hudson Viola Waddle and Mr James Park Hartfordand Miss Ella Bracken Broadway The following student visited their homes last week Misse Florence Jones Mary Belle Jones Harriett Flener Ella Bracken ant Verna Duke Miss Viola Waddle if absent from school this week on ac count of sickness Miss Verna Duke will leave next Monday for New Castle Henr county to take a position as stenographer for Hon H K Bourne She is well qualified for the positive and we bespeak for her great suc cess in her chosen work Miss Het tie Reynolds mention of whose eav ing for a position was made soma weeks ago writes as follows Jan liking my work fine and am kep busy all the time Her employer speaks of her on the highest terms i It is quite pleasant to know that placerinNot one has railed to hold a position NETTIE ROGERS r 1a fIin Ohio and adjoining counties will take notice that a meeting will be held at Cehtral City March 16at 10 oClock n mJor the purpose of conferirip with members of the U M yiflto t t 1 formulate plansi whereby they may arrange a scale of prices on farm I products and label the same arrangean uTiderbtandirig upon all matters affecting the to Orders by otherlEach ing and all other labor org niza I tions are invited to send representa tives DAVID MORELANDI Hartford Ky Feb 18 1907 I urn iD IN MIDAIR The Way ftVotDumont Wai OneI iptj by Small Boyc This iajeat occurred during one of Santoswisonts first flights in No 5 Everything was going smoothly and the airship circled like a hawk when the spectators t who were craning their necks to seep noticed that something was wrong propellerfabric began to sink ioward the ground While the people gazed their hearts in their mouths saw SantosDumont scramble out o his basket and crawlout on th framework while the balloon sway ed in the air He calmly creptbuckas if he were on solid ground uptowardtion stared him in the face A hand air pump was provided to fill an air balloon inside the larger one and so make up for the compression of the hydrogen gas caused by tho denser lower atmosphere Ho start ed this pump but it proved too smalland as the gas was compressed more and more and the flabbiness of the balloon increased the whole thing became unmanageable The great ship dropped and dropped through the air while the aeronaut shipbutpump and threw out ballast in a vain endeavor to escape the inevi table was directly over thegreensward in the center of the Longchamps race course when flyingkitesto them to take hold of his trailing againsteand as instantly obeyed The wind had the same effect on the airship as it had on a kite when one runs with it and the speed of the fall was checked Man and airship landed everythingbuthad saved SantosDumonts life helped him pack what was left of the wrecked airship into its bas kot andn cab took inventor and invention back to Paris From l ones of Inventors by Russell 1ouhledayWhat He Did Know The Mustering browbeating cross c miner has gone out of fash ion It is the rmldcalm dignified persuasive polite examiner who now suicpids the better although there are times of course when a little fire and spirit prove advantageous An amusing example of the former method is given in Curiosities of Lawyers which runs somewhat as onows Pratt sir do you know the difference between n horse and a cow w shrieked the angry cross examiner who wns growing impatient at his nonsuccess acknowledge my ig norance replied the witness who vas n clergyman I hardly do now the difference between a cow and a horse or between a bull and i bully onla bull I am told has respectfully has none Irish Sarcasm- A remarkable tale of Irish humor is told by a French chauffeur ac wording to the London Chronicle lie was driving in Ireland when he of rode over a cyclist The injured man apologized Pray continue your journey said ho I am real ly ashamed to have incommoded loch a sportsman Next day the hanffeur received a letter from w his sympathetic stranger full ofre inquiriesboutt must tell you it proceeded that IS a result of yesterdays acehlntotor which I alone am xpect to die soon But I am ar o to leave a third of embellishiour0nnprovemel1ts A Very Old Familyte othisMrs Bannister to an elderly lady exceedingly high notions Aft placethewaspresentWho the Bannisters Are familyYeswit they are closely allied io the Stairs Oh said Lady L retiata very ancient family from Ayrshire dates back to 1G4Q 1 am delighted to fto votlr friends London Tit Bits 1 ok I p J a i T SHEDDING THEIR INITIALS edworld seems to bo the initials in the names of the great editors ami publishers Years ago State E Dcwey aempled tosIled most of his name lIogot rid of the last ule in Mel v llea the initial B and tried to substitute ti for theey on the tail end of Dewey last effort was not popular and failed The new movement was started by Cyrus 31 TV Curti of the Ladies Hoinc Journal who successfully sliook the H Kl out of his midst This was followed by his editor ands tn l Edward W Bok who Georgolcontented himself with plain George and J Lincoln Steffens abandoned the J The most re cent one to fall is William 0 In glis who has rolled thelO into Nirvana Whether the effect de sired is elegance or simplicity has forkoCats Fur fallingtwithout doubt be attributed to the growing use of cat fur The Phila delphia Record says almost any kind of feline ij seems will do for this purpose even the back fence variety if it be sufficiently well nour ished to make the coat heavy and smooth The pelts arc worth hero from 15 to 25 cents each and tire securing of them is something of an industry in Philadelphia The skins are however sent to France where they are dyed and whence they re turn to this country as popular fur The skins of Maltese cats arc some times used without dyeing Good catskin looks very much like squirrel and is used in a similar way being especially popular for hats and hat trimmingsTrypsin Trypsin the remedy now on trial for the cure of cancer is one of the secretions of the pancreas says the London Globe It is a powerful ferment If the whole amount secret ed for digestion were absorbed into the circulation unchanged it would digest the body itself and so cause death Trypsin dissolves otherwise insoluble proteids converting them into peptones It is also able to split up these latter Ubdies The use of trypsin in cancer was first suggested by Dr Beard of Edin burgh It is stated that several cases of cancer have been cured or much improved by injections of trypsin Electricity as an Anaesthetic A discovery in anaesthetics is that of Dr Stephen Leduo a Parisian physician who destroys sensibility nil over the body by sending a mild alternating current of electricity through the brain in the same general manner as in electrical execu tions In this case the patient loses consciousness but in every other respect important advantages result There is no nausea weakness or languor and no effect on the heart The patient becomes conscious the instant the current is shut off and ithit decidedly invigorated sensation Cotton Stalk Paper It is now possible thanks to a re cent invention to manufacture pa pox from the fiber of the cotton stalk It is asserted that all grades of paper from the best form of finch to the lowest grade can be manufactured from cotton stalks In addition to this a variety of byproducts such as alcohol nitrogen material for gun cotton and smoke paying on an area of land producing a bale cotton at least one ton of stalks an be gathered Red Glass and Smokeless Powder German military authorities ale byhichsmokeless powder maybe easily discovered By this device it is proposed to survey the landscape pale red gllUJ Qifho flesh the smokeless powder appears strong in red light nvhile ordinary are dimmed urnshins quesU9n the proper tint the position of concealed marksmen can be de- ected Alzen a New Metal Alzen is the namp given to a new metal which is of two parts ofaluminiumand one part of dnc writes a Frankfort correspondent It is said to equal cast iron in trength but + isi much more elastic Alzen is superior because it does not rust as easily as does iron and it takes a high polish Besides being very strong this new metal is capa delicateltU1es 4 o CONDENSED STORIES 1 Not AJI Republicans Look Alike to a r Williams k John Sharp Willmin GeneralrCharles H Grosvenor James I Wadsworth and Joseph W Babcockiformed a little group in offs of the corners of the house the other day It was just before the speakers gavel fell announcing the of another legislative day 11thsthe exception of Mr Williams flfo members of the little were beaten at the polls last November but in spite of that fact all seemed wily I8YT THAT TH Of1 to be in a merry snood Their heads were close together and each f one had ajhlmfl jvYaced affectionatefly on 8 ilder of J frequentintervals storyWilliam over t zealous imoment later t prettythicktariff stand pat Republicans at that replythoseright and of the dyed in the wool type I only wish that there were more like them Whyorisnt that treason stammered Mr Williams friend Not a bit of it sir They are gentleman to his seat Washington Post Sedentary Yvetto Guilbert the French ac tress is an excellent skater In the ibis de Boulogne in Paris there is an ice rink where Mine Guilbcrts skating is one of the principal at tractions Talking about skating in New York one day Mine Guilbert said perseverancethat sure no one ever suffered more than I in learning to skate I girlhood had ever been on the ice I was re turning home in a crowded omnibus and a kind old man got up and of fered me his scat I shook my head and the 1fman laughed a good deal whehv said No thank you Ive been skat ing and Im tired of sittingdown A Ben Butler Story Benjamin F Butler of Massachusetts J was a tireless worker when he i started on anything He and his secretary Clancy oftentimes sat in the until almost daylight when the general wanted to finish up anything Dngthe night ses sons of the sena toward a close of congress n senatailed on Gener al Bq i ne racing at 3 oclock i The saraj penatofSkccl again whet the senate follmvi morning at daybreajJRil found t wQrkDont j t tor asked I Satan idle hands to do 1saidDealer Hit Bitter Speech detective tion at a dinner in Omaha Speeches pregnant with mean hisdelicate p Often a speech of eight or ten it words will reveal volumes thingsstood tohertalk in your sleep ai4 the man re methoseTribune I i