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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t j F Gy wS R Trip 1 t If It Y t r i v 1 i It J J ft j i 1f M v rJIf r I r j tt t VI I jv 0 1J I 2 1 1 ti f III l T i f 1 rr1 r jo 1 k 1 j1 J e Job Workr4 1 Yeartto ii r i EARThQUAKE SEND OF PEOPLE t s A Estimated Mat 200000 y Lives Are Lost It Details Will Show Greatest Ca i tastrophe of Modern Times Ii One hundred thousand dealdj Mes j slna In Sicily and Reggie and a score of dtihlrtr towns in soutfiera Italy pvpuwtelmed tha entire cala wastetbNsttto is is at present known from the reports tfcbt are coming slowly Into Rome OIl account cf almost complete de structlon of lines of communicatln to t jf stricken places The death Slat in Messina ranges from 1200 to 50000 that of Regglb whltib wlta Its adjacent villages numbered 45 JOO people Includes almost i tho leailtlre population yjb At Pafml 1000 are reported dead COAtulajtton of Bagnara ot about 4000 Monteleone region has been devast Ed and Rlposto Seminaria Saw Glovan nl Bcllla Imzarp and CanlteUo and all other villages bordering on the straits lUein ruins The King and Queen of Italy are now on their way to Messina 1ravI sailed tonight from Naples4aooard tike battleship Vlttorio Emmanuele i It is feared that iitray foreigners 4 lVtttve been killed as there anei a num y eyt at Che hazels at Messing andas Ij5 jjLittleubtless other places Iwere crowded fII Jonxatli representative rr the t- e shE powers stationed at th se paints fnftbjough trp Italian Government Vfr1 effort to releve lanxiety felt on tear part is grmt danger that Pcoertlleace will follow the tie towns where on account of V vast Tfevoc wrought the bodies lie unburied for days ninli weeks ttJ Thjcse who escaped dcujtjb ninny of whfcan are badly Injured are nlakJngt itlbeir the tbuslli JJneTheir suffering and even njow must be Intense as they are without food 0Stcalamity which baa overtaken their felloiw countrypjen all Italy mourns for the stricken province of brie and the Island ofSicily aeII aCUstsChlali Italy wands ever in ilrald but A none was prepared for tthe disaster andrtowns yes and effused tho death ft Toliusande at Meeelne whose tragic lUatory has been marked by tldjat waves wars and which di thoc ewtrei of the terresI trial maelstnom was sliakeni bo rut Fleshes burst torMi to anptetei the ed y U unIetpldlontimbersSTRAIT OF MESSINA SHAKEN The strait of Messina was shaScen and twisted by the eartfofc tretmtollng for mariners report the channel al tend beyond recognition VillagesIy bobs on the continental and Sicilian the sides were wrecked or inundated and to all the light blouses aging tbe ecfists t sjwrttawed up Navlgatton Is danger 3 Due sand in sma bfa I tn tiRe CalaJjrtan diptdctjonfy be glBBing to recover from tho effects 1 et jibe eartaiquake of 1905 Reggie I WIllS TtM center of the eartjas upM 1l Ede aoapor t c1 Retgta leA rsperteil as a per pxloUng ai Ta tlely i B9per jstnrwtts The I et life on bath stdea of NorIfl r i xa liltg I l9I It JW qqre Infr j d o V Insane r I tIITiDg experiences the M esiaa II 81 onaI r rIRe ff Jj lntaU ileac r irPpe tilde iHeaeatda tare n n Ted ep Ort3rdeaoribedae terrify n6 1 TIusidt e0a ot 1u stet laterlapped rfa xieeiet M plat 4W iIt j Ir=t ths fl ranIMLi jTf III IIt 4 111bHWItthe1 yli + r- oI t i 1tJt i ih t r GI- p 1- CS STHOUSANDS TO DEpTH IN ITALY courageous sold In relieving fbe In Jared anti remiavlng the Rounded A largtf nunberO survIvors were transferred O the yarshlpa trans fOTmed Into gteatitlOlltIn hospitals It Is imperative tlbathe dead bet moved from the ruins In order to jSteamersfremen and workmen tuswe arrived at ifesslna train Catania laid crtfter+ places WORSE THAN MESJ31NA Calabria tflrmsthe deetf uetion Regglo TheY report fibs situat them badlt not worse than lfesal Hands of all nationS are extended tot Italy in her affliction From rul ices have come messages of candol enco and from the people scpontan etcs promise cf aid wtficfti brings too world closer ttDgethtr In times of great calamity Relief funds have already been reported and ono tt dred eh3ps and trains are on tway carrying supplies anti reinforce ments to tbd South MPANY H ARRIVES AT HOME IlAfter Having Seen About Se Months of Actives Serviced v ur r 4 The follbwirig Border was sent a ChrJsJnTOB preeent to the meme hers of CoIi who have been ondu In Wetwn7 Kentucky W bad 190dr8 John H Terry one commie theatoned officer 30 picked men ofCaF 2nd Infantry are hereby ordered up active duty and directed to pro d to Eddyvllte Lyon Co Ky to t sodthethe onwillactive duty Upon he arrival of Capt Terry Lad mebeat DeWees win turn over Capt Terry all quartermasterajcn ry and other supplies belong or need in ithe campaign in Lyon co executing the proper Invoice and receipts for the transfer and will at 13Hartorowhere Uspay expenses are neceaaary in the usu 1 military service By order of the Governor H jtAssistantEverybody Is glad to vetitle boys home again Tbey have made a gboC record and we now regarded as vet erans Tonight a reunion and ban a t will be given at the armory V Invitednand how mice them end how they reused toIin the direction of the bells night rider eection d orlongChristmas Celebration MraDd1tlrs Vf A Taylor ofmaMatanzaa neighborhood ceiebrnred Ohrlsttnas in a manner aptly befit season and strlklngiy approprl the ocoaslon A bounteous repast was pr pared and to A number 6tothese pioneer Kentuckians TroseE present were air and bir6 8 Dratob r MT end Mrs Sam Eyerlyi and Dies L E Ever and torn B Tlchenor Mr ahd 1oIrsL C the or Mir anti Mrs T H f 8amhtltIlMInoyva Taylor LillIe iJralchew G jgold 0 BOYd MJ BBTIB ftlleUjjr Ashby War tett IJnuley Shjwrman Cocdli F jj Harv Con I MatTay tor RoweOonditand C E Mtiafl9 ItS jrsry aabe of Co H la re quested te wMmd tutti la j erlmtl1eMtfiLtI srmoiy on 1 t Jaastl jNe it i abme4t4a- a Qad Attar leaaaetevealag 81 1 l 1tii t r I Ref i tiIill turyby vtpCJoIIiji 1 1 1 JIJ Glii- c HflNGJURYIN BEECH HAHGIS C SE r Affecting Scene fnthe fburt Room When Jury Was jschargedj J f trethe Jury in tibia case of young oft trial fur the murd of lets tuUter Judge James Harris ri xtafern discharged by Judge Adams lastSat urday Wtten court convened for the retzofthat it was ut ienitctLn i fer was the quick response ofto the Judge This was done and at one oclock In the inf ternoon Jhe foreman of the Jury V portal flirt flay were utntlo roach a verdict After questioners the jurors Individually and eliciting Ilr1fncmthan n affecting scene occurred la the court room where Mrs Lout Hargls moither of iJbe1 defendant wto hid secured an impressive of lag1 talent to defend her wJt Mas been tasking eVery sic Dnenrash a tlbrew her arms oib0ut him and we t Sire Hogg a sister of the defendant also was presenrt tftey be ing the only members of the dm diate f illy la the court romddisagreeane4tnut Wul1 Lb Mr bf D s Hargis imd umcles of tfte bpol6whichtoT 4ls eleaso from custody Judgaa Adams Ipwpver took tile mlottonmadbailment by Judge wine foa the defense unden advise meat anj said be would rat GOIIsldftu L Hargisl relatives and attorneys exU floutcomepj stuilevetoward scaring an acquittal at tbo next trlaLI theCommoi ealtbs AiMxsrney Kollyce Ka hi wasjwllllng to concede that thb defense conducted on mnatal faNoraIieral usJ of money In securing the best legal Went available and the dll Igenli dffoiwiwhlcih wre not spared to turn the tie of public opinion ire Es courtly n favor of the defendant Ing Is gen fly uhdersoc that foe rise BlpU at one time 9 to 3 for acquittal d it Is believed that too three star lets who held out for a aeinitence c guilty were in favor of verdict c manslaughter fWncoin vilch 10valuehis It last loadOwensboroground for jibe foundation of a new house he g up a piece of mo de in 181 90yeam old Oa the It rd slooOf the coin istba JWtbIof arm and the inscription PAU ET1UDUE X 8 I F fibs At one tl In the civil war Confederate cllBiejB campedon the ahdIthrj oldibuee which has Just boon down s erected early after war ThcA edldlers spent muoh their time ia someq of ahaacsa 13 thought haooin may have bY one the eoldlera It Is pure and has Mood the Jewelers acid tory I Mr Murpbjls trydng to find body ca him wb t the toln worUi r as Mrs E Glenikfbeatbac Dies T11 aderWkkm of E nearwHw 1 o t fi fi fuIlse fetid Kevi11 iJlJI tIJ f eeneiott detierrettt Your e t ythwbatrif Too i t tart jII tI 1 i Pt r t I 1 N iIII flier age and had been 01 member of agentury half r is the only surviving member of this wVInltfinalteat i A Good Move VTfte following excerpt takon from NationI1nJonalto NaRoslch persons w shy time been members of the All Society of Faulty of North Am theptIVte wltlrlnf tihe Thpmake every ffort to make this known all such BanIthas ever held inembrhslp inn be r0ofpaying dues for 909p towldtYl1py do so III the fast 10n the new year ThisdeffcerjaJnly a mflguanamous move an bouM be met with a quick response y all old membere sm STUDENT TaxllsI LoanStudent Turns up At OWen8bOr0Ind wmewpPeared from Lexington last fall rted at the home of Ms 6lster Elmer Hubbard i t Owensbo Wefuesday afternoon Ho tells a re 111Itn arrJed to Northern Wisconsin in bjjjitjftr and hsULniptlveln n cave l last Monday night when he I e his escape while his guards were asleep TheO Y lSbOrO Messenger1 ri Smiths story and calls nuts on t 0ap1Wledof the country The dents at Lexington School were Ebodymatter Smiths story must be CC until ft better one can be devls edIAI BoeMonday was another banner day enlyhourtobacco wagons could bet hearty com in from all directions and by sun I the factory lot was crowdod with wagons waiting to be unlqaded There were about seventyfive loads regisst tered Mere Monday This Included t tong loads which had been storedt 1ere since last Monday when ttio Imperial Company Buspend4lire lj owing Ua the crowd I bt the factory By hard work11 h a large force of barids they un what tobacco was registered week leaving about s to bet unloaded tbillyl1veI 8tjandlng the rush owl 785 benayand the farm lIreItlretreaaanent received from Mr TomI and his assistant 118 Bland excellent prices recelwd for00 txbacpa Tuesday was another busy fay for large force of bands at the toi the bacco factory And regardless cf the tstoywas crowded Wltbl wagons anxious to unload There were ofMUDrthey were onJfClibLa bq unioad twenty afx lends and at night teul leftovermsoe i the manager as well Mr JTanner tfgiytdca urge tbei peopln6ttn bring any wore toj or a few daps win 0 We i Notice r w 11 handle ai my-vp1ifce atCinH I ny during that asses i ItOiltroll WtI II f t 4J rb1 ALlali C + tf t1Hj 1It t j r Jf f J 4 1 ftc t fJ JAMES PARRISH + FILES SCNEDU Greater Part of Asse Worthless Stocks mes Long List of Secure Creditors Sorrowed From erHis LurchPorrDho schedule of assets and linoUiwere bankruptlrofI pt flee of the Deputy United States Cot e schedule is one of the maenad estlng features In connection w hulcr pBankule bears out many of the allegations the Coinmonwenltn In the trial ottie r0es H PanMt recently ut HawesI eev1le and wlilcii were denld by the darrish says his HablllUes amountS to 30965075 and his assets to 212e 5C728 The greater portion of Us as sets are worthless and 4ncumbered stocks Mr Parishs liabilities as shown by the schedule are as follows es 21260 Prior claim of his ward 1989StUnsecured claims 13071 Contingent double liability bank stock 4350000 orsed payer that ought to be paid by others 3932 Paper signed by Mr Par 31vllle rish for accommodation of others 129719 309G50froIn addition to the above the sched lists about sixty suits against Mr and other directors of the bank to recover deposits on the ground that the bank was lnsoly eat when they were made These are ad ded wparately as claims asserted against his estate but liability on any totnthese suits is 5449110 The assets listed in the schedule as follows estateall incumbered 1820000 Cash on band 6 Dills notes sic 11335 00Iat usehold goods 25700 pictures etc 1500 Horse and buggy 12500 personal property 17500 22329 the cks listed at par 12778500 nds all hypoUwoated C29000 Deposits in the Owensboro Savings Bank and Trust ball JoaTotal 212567 Of these assets 43400 Ouona boroSt Savings Bank and Trust Company ck Is worthless and nearly all of stocks are In bankrupt corporade In addition to the above life Belsumnce Intocompanies to secure loans attempt Is made in the schedule topardon estimate tho cash surrender values of son these policies All stocks making up tho 127 are listed at par because MTan Parrish states that he has not suf fcient Information to estimate market value The list iaclu tdeslTnsttle of Owensboro Savings Dank Tanist Cbmpany stock which fare te now worthless oil of the 1aredebts shown on Mie list of debts Mr ParrIsh claims as exempt and a homestead 1000 1sothe as exempt his household DraperForrester fore heeployebitWednesyevoQlJglt ncoomplisliedbeautlfuL and the daughter of Mr G Al Drnppr a b Fo1reetl1Etercontlnae to make hia fopme tb wjsh the young couple every suc 1 ceaqhhte F Apibng tht L6dges 0 rPIirwra AaifvReay elOC+bed fir be 3o t ekbsa abaty M to U t tctJr1 t IIiIjlrt z t4tt J 1t1L it A I rI a T 1 ji 0 nJ c I Wtrl I r P P 1 J neW Record Keeper asks the Sir Knights to came forward at once with their dues which ore nrnv ofE675 F A M teat Saturday the fol tslowing were chosen W M C M S W W E Ellis J W R D Walker Treasurer R Hol brook Secretary E P Moore Tyler ofdHarryODaanonV G Barnett and R C ter All the newly selected officers duly installed and will assume their duties first Monday night In month rfiSrHartford Chaper O U S hi reg stolon Monday evening Install the fuJwrg officers flfrs LIz Ford Wortliy Matron Mrs T R Barnar Associate Matron Miss Mat Moseley Conductress Mrs W S sley Associate ConductneBs Miss Hettle Riley Secretary Mrs Rowan Holbrook Treasurer Mr Emory Warden Mr FrentfhVlck Sentinel Two candidates were Itiltlaied and four were accepted for membership This lodge is full of enthusiasm and expects to doublet its membership in 1009 It expects to exemplify the ritual work botfeij than any lodge Im thief county Watch Its record 9FOR THE BUSY READER Charles M Anderson a former member of Congress Is dead ot Green 0 S Brothers wholesale liquor of Cincinnati went into the hands of a receiver 73aThere Is no confirmation from any source of a reported attempt upon the life of the Shay of Persia A slight earthquake was fltltHopktnsvllle and in other itowns of Western and Southern Ketucky Fletcher Willis a negro charged with the murder of J H Hall a merchant was hanged at Perry Ga The dates for the national encamp meat Grand Army of the Republic Salt Lake City will be from Au gust 9 to 13 Some important points In the do fondants favor were brought out in trial of Thornton J Halrics at Flushing N Y I Judge Hart of Nashville refused to Col Cooper Robin Cooper and D Sharp charged with themur of Senator Carmack 28SPetersburg still continues to Buffer front tho Asiatic cholera There were eighteen new cases and flvo from the disease yesterday repronof 20000 union workmen Wllkes Barre Pa and vlclnltyto President Roosevelt asking him to Compere Mitchell and Morri Western Europe is in the grip of exceptional cold wave lance has experienced a verltabe blizzard ac by a heavy tall of snow In the streets of Paris fpar but the lakes In the Parks gay with skaters daResolutions of Respect O W Hartford Camp No 202 Whereas God In His infinite love wisdom has seen fit to callfrom walks of men to life eternal brotttmss Bennett bQ it ourhedrtof bereavement and fommondj t to the dt ort Coiuforifer as a real Resolved That ia copy of these rest gluttons be furni iied our brother soyi s b6py Up ptteFented coon papers for pubilMtJoaf ielageeEr B P N1fd iONr + JAit tif D4NIr R r fLc rY pt Y ir hl1 rrj- rj ALMtllttlIt Y Y t1r1 i fliJ it j j S r flHistpriC N w Ye t tI When the rent Amll HoW Mason ald SlIdel- lJi Threatened to Cause War WereS rrend red b JiWith Great Brltaln LIncoln and Seward II S62 was not II bapp7 JAN ear8 day In tlJeso dls states Just fortyseven tbo curtain of night fel on tho peacdul finale to tbo fa ous diplomatic compllcatlon known 11 the Trent atralr Colonel E D Webster of Nebraska Was at that Umo the private secretary Dr WIlliam II Soward Lincolns great lIecretary ofstate The foUowlng story ot the IncldenLi which led up to 11 set Iement of tb t most serious Imbroglio ame from tbe lips of Colonel Webster lmselt When Captain Charles Wilkes of tho- Pnlted States manofar San Jacinto returning from an unsuccessful chase of the prlvatecr Sumter Intercepted ho Trent with Iason amI SUdeli on- board he took otr tho two comulls- bloners nnd their secretaries and Innd tbem as prisoners ot war at Fort fYarren In Dostou harbor John Dull went luto nn Indignant 110wlluI rne lIe demanded the release of the prisoners nnd nn alolog fro show thnt hl meant business lie ent troops to Canada and began prep nratlons for wnr In alldltlon to Ills tormal demand he sent a little prrl- Sonal note to his minister at Washln ton dlrectlna him to allow the United I3tates just IICCII day to comply Jolm Dull ultlmntum reached Wasil Ingtoll on Thursday Dec lD- I Jrl1ay nlal Snturdny pnsscd without cctlon Sunda wa distinctly qulter- nbout the hlg bl1l1dln detotcd to nt fairs of state The swnrm of clerls- hnd mc1tCtI into a straglIng Indhhlual- Ilere nnd tller the hum of a nol fiurglng pu1l1l had dlcd awny Illto thlI hollow ccho of nn occaRlonnl footfnll- In those rlcr1lcratln hnll SehllI this period of Quiet nnd freedom frot1 Intrruntlon Secrctur Sewurd cnlled THREW IT THE bl8 nHsistant8 about bhr- nnd lIet hlmselt to the tnsl ot formu- lntlng a reilly to Great BrUaln Late In tbo afternoon jUllt as Ir ewnrd waB ronehullng his paper Prellitlent Llocoln cnllle Into the onlct- nccompanlcll by John IIn After the usual JreetillgR the Jlreldent referred to the rent ntrnlr nnd the sClretarr- of state eXJllnlncd whnt he hnd been doing Ilnroln eXJlrclIsed a delliro to know the contents of the Ilropose re ply nnd 01I1g Webster was directed to reml It to him The president liBten cd attentlvcly nml at the conclusion ot the relllnl Hnlll Rend It again JlleaRe pnusln n mo ment at tbe enil of Oery second or third sentence As the econd rendln progressed tho- Jlresldents fuce reluxed and Illnlnl- Jndlcnted a feeling of relict As the fccretar neurl the end 1lncoln drew n document from an Inside poclce- tquieti sauntered to the fireplaco anfl threw It Into the flames without a- ord ot comment or explanation Se ards pnller considered one of the ablCst aud 1I10st ImlJOrtant In AmerIcan IItatecratt Dlnlntnlned thnt- he ConfCtlernto eommlRsloners and their pupers wero contrabnntl of wnr- nml that Wilkes was Ijht In capturln- thcm but ullmltted that be shoull1I J1 O tnken the Trent Into Jlrlze for afljudlcatlon s he boll 1alled to do tbls and by remotlng Ia On and SUdell hod constituted 111m- ISelf a jlld o In the motter to npprove JlIa act ould be to snnctlon the right or SCfltr1jwhich hod always been tIeI States Theretoro the commissioners would be cheertully- delltered to Great Drltaln and that would be flrover from r rensiertlng thorlgbtof searcb Thil- ldllipatchwl1sdlcusld at cabinet eetlngs n hrlstma8- an bu ayan nfter mucb opposl tlonwns heartily Indorsed AJl to anoth r day nnl h tJ j Ish minister ncttng on bts 6rdeS ould hae pocked his things and left Washington for EngiantI Years Iltterwah1 when John Dny was SIJCretary ot legation at Parlsl1nd Colonel Webster was consul d Dmd ford England the met In thqgay French capital and W bster sked- I1bout tbel1per which Lincoln had so unostentatiously destroyed on that memorable Sunday lu Wnshlngton Day explained that It was a dlslntch Lincoln hod prellnred In l11swer to Great Drltnlns demand and that It was directly ollposed to the prololt- lons ot Sewards dispatch LlncolnlI dispatch wus never lIubmlttedto bls cabinet At the Instant ot drawlnl the COP tram his pocket tbat Sundny- nfternoon he aceptell Sewards propo BlUoD wlthont resenc Blnk Belt nnd- Ilrlde hesitation nnd chmgll1 the Imllendlol coulIJe ot American history Thc next difficulty was to surrenller Mason I1nd SlIdell to Great Drltaln without mlslng u storm ot Indlgnanf protest nnd opposition among the people of tho north The cabinet agreetl- thnt It would bo wise to do It sccretl- Whcn the planll hnd been mode Ir- Sewnrll called Webster to his deslt- nnd nsked hot lon It would tnke him to jet ready to le1o Washln ton on- a sccret mission of state About fif- tcen minutes was the relJ ot tbo young nan You wUl get rendy at once thcn nlld take the next train for New Yorlt was the order Webster rcctlted hili Instrurtlons and wus cau- tloncd abote all thhl B to gunrd the object ot bls mission from pUblic InowledgeA to tbe comml1ndnnt ot the Churh stown 11IY urd got him u- Iqull of marInes anll at Ills request they were Instrllctetl to obey Ills lt LINCOLN INTO FLAMES COllfillentlal barred vlthout ery command shooting to kUl It he or- deretl t hem to fire ew Years morning dawned The little tug took on Its marines and In Its larder Webster stored a quuntlty- of roast turkey wines and other good thlngIJ Tho boat putred out Into Dos ton harbor and then tho captain learned that he vas to mako for Fort Wnrreu A letter to the cow mandant- of tho fort brought forth the four prill- oners Webster slmilly Informed them that they were to be removed from tile fort SlIdclirefused to go abroad despite relented rders and two ma- rlnes were ordered to corry IIlw ou- I One grnspl him by the feet and another by tho armpits They Ignored tho IJauk which Il from the grouud to tho landing and boldly waded Into tho water lhe botl ot the man hapg- Ing between them walj dlppcdlnto the Icy wnter at every step The day was bitterly cold and by tho tlmo SUdell- escllped his tormentors nnd reached tho little cablu his clothing was almost frozen sUtr Then the tug turned Its noso toward Prolncetown on Capo Cod where a- DrlUsh mllnotwllr tho IUnaldo lIad- licen stationed to receltc tllo Ilrlsull ers tter hoursot lDtroUog during ImmlInaldo was rcnched and received the four southprners- Tho warship In Obedlenco to Impera- tlte orders ImmedIately weighed anchor and pnt out to sea In spite of the storm Tho tug Ilut Into Provlncetown and wCs unable to leave for four days Webster on l1ndlng felegraphed Sec retnry Stewnrd The mission on whlcb- 10U lIent me has bcenaccompUllbed and bo tookthe first train tor New York Tho world hod no 8usplc1on ot this IItlrrlngNew Yeara event until It rend ItIJ p10rnlng pnper the next da7Phlla delphlnTlpse8 IN OLD NEW YOftK ffJ t a f F tho Dlaryr Q n tlem of 1840 Tblt 111 a bOSIl fld tract from the dlary9tlli w rorkgCritlemnn In the year O T n 1ros8 early and dressed wore my fine rumetl 8J rtand white satincravaL Boots ratlJertlgbttl- iougb bate been wenrlngth n a week Tbecurl woutd not stralghteIl out ot my hair butYn tter attr brushing Supertnterid d WIIUam dressing hili white gloves not ostlgh- tasmlnenearlf hnJt ntfb ur g tunK mine on- After being dressed wo wero In- spcctedby tbo wbol tamUrlIInry and th girls ench one otng sope thing pulUng out my sblrt rume or poking my cravat WllllnmlI balr brushed 6eacbonll In turn About ten sallledtorth- Calll on Dr Burgess first ver merry here told my IIto11 nbout r Dell being a Pewseylte Mrs Dnrgess mother very solemn and grand In n AuIIU UUIWUUII mllc cap WillIam rnther ntrald of her 1II1sSDurges 100 k 0 d lretty- Ne t call on Dr who WIIS not nt home but tho ladles very fine In silks nnd snt Ins Got to Jamea- nbout 12n grent table ns l1sual took r e tr 0 b InentsFho p m got round home nnd called In for a moment William I1ndcomplalnetl feeUng bungry eMANAGED JOHNhad to call on In Drook- Iyn Quite n lively eompnny nt Dicks nil his literary friends nnd bls artist friend Was obliged to tnke n glnss of- 1I0t punclI Did so but managed to- sll11 out with It to Jolin the coachmau Then got him nnotller glass nnd some chicken pic Was glad WUllam was not with me At r8 Dopsons hnd- a fine glass of madelra lIave not hllsuch a wino out ot my own cellar IInd another Went to sleep In the carriage and Jolin toot me homo t least six cnlls not made Founa the house full ot the girls beaus OM- MIIJ Dalllon our nclghbor who Is rO- oceltlng calls with us did not know mt and received me In somo stato In th back pllrlor Went to bed nbout 1 greatly tired batlng modo fort or more cnlls anJ- WI1Unm going to thirtytwo ot thetn pretty good for 11 boy ot twelve New York Pos HOGMANAYDAYL Qulnt Scotch CUltomlDescrlbed by Jam Barrle The Inst day ot the old 3car In Scotland Is cnlled hogtanay the derivation ot Wllich word Is III grave doubt With their faces concealed with paper masks and wrnpped In Inrge sheets forming n big pocket In front of their little persons the hlldreQ go abegglng- tor their hogmanay Daltlng before the door ot n house they sing one of various vcrlles ono ot wblch runs Get Up good wlte and dlnna Iwelr And deal your bread to them thatl here For the time will come whel youll be dead And then y ull want elther ale 110r bread They nre thell promptly admitted to tho house aDd supplied with ont cake chClse and a dram lr Dorrie has patheticallydCllcrlbell how Sentimental Tommy ond Little Elspethob- sened this custom In their mothers squalill Loncon lodgings plalng he part ot mummers and visiting her tor their hogmanay Wlll10 waiting for the right time to net their Utttepla Tommy lured his mother Into telling them ho they would boholdlng hog mnnay In Thrums thnt night bow 1r1 loads ot kebbock cheese hod been roll- Ing Into the town nil tho livelong da nnd In tho dark close the chlldrcn were nlready gatllerlrig with smeared faces and In eccentric dress to snll forth nt the clap ot 8 when the rlnl InK ot a bell lets hogmanay loose 1n- sldo tile houses men and women were preparing though not by fasting which would hate been sucll 1 gqod way that It Is surprising no onl efer thought ot It for a serIes of vlslts at every one ot whl b they would be oC- tered a dmm aud kebbock nnd blO nock nnd In the grander houses bridles which nro n sublime klnd ot- pleSan Francisco Cbroulcl Shocked S Augultln Among the nnclent HOlDIn Iter th time ot tho reformation of the calen lor b Julius Caesar Jnn 1 was looked upon as ndn ot great rejoicing Law proceedl1gs were stopped white robed processlous througed the streets of Romejvlslt wero exchnuled presents were sent masquerndlng was In ogue and banquets were held To such an- oxtent did Chrlstlnns join In these prominentbishopsthought It necessary to protest OunCommon BIrthday Charles L4mb sold No ono everro- Iard JaD 1 with Indltrer nce H Is that trom whIch all dato thelrUme nni count upon wbuUs lefL It lathe natlvltyot our commQn Adam Ana I1 tho dock tolls fortb the d4tb ofhe- olfte ronecann t but ecreUy pIeve over Its departure anllf18 tbeblrtl ot the now yeath herald dtbe elcntIJ It- bn SD storotorone andaU aIDQt but awakeQ lteeUog ofexpeetatloli mlx c- witb awe f 1 01 I l h t t v 1 n I er JNewYeatt ap I HI o e utlonind What e m lhrn Hugh ojerley p tred aWl17at his dlnep 10DrierphT Blsfr nd eyed him with some C- Urloslty I don lderstnnd b said wbat Idea 70U couldhnTO bud In 8wearlng oft on B ch a lot otthlnis tor w Year m klng doesnt harm 10U- 70U don drink toexeeslyou USoaU the good hlngs of 11to wltho tabnslng any ot t m Yet youve sworn otr- Dont ou uppos 1 know atr growled averleyI1I tell 10U bow It cnme bout Im j st getting over nna6 anaC- Kotgrll Yo know w mls- erable man tee Is tsuch times Well I ot to hlnklng how 11 Ie uso- 8nrytlJ Ig was Bud I ode Q- promls to my self Wh was the promls 7- Tha 1 would try to raw up- a Ilst f all my minor vices on New cllrs day and t t I would en III nhrht of t h n t d y re DONT LET 1111 BE noun tl1em all 1JJSTI1BDED- I pie cd solemnlrJhat whatever rello- lutlo I should moke on New Years day wouhl keep tor the entire ear And he J0t3t of It nIL Is tbat I know I sh I keep my word 11 YOI1 sUll hnvo twelvo gol en- hou wherein to enjoy the world Ibe fore ou turn ascetic Start InIInts the worst ot It retottelJ COy rley wltb a hopeless slh I- can Ive 1sked a sin crowd of ef- Jpe to dlno with me nt tllo Martl to- nl It and go to the theater nltcr IirdDut you ont dlno for seyen hours yetI know but lte got to spend the remaining tlwe at a Turkish bath shaking otr tho rest of this sprll of grip Id better start now on glorious career at mnrtyrdom Wh was a IIttlo stnko burning or lion feldlng such as tbe mart rs ot old affJCtcd compared with all I have to swtar off at JDldnlghtl Thus grumbling at fate ondJs own fony Caverley knocked out plpl and wandered uptown to the 1urklsh bath whlcl was to nct as to prologue to his selt Imposed mart dom Under tile rubbers deft ha ds tile embryo martyr could teel 0 last traces of grip glvo wny to tollng of- solid comfort and drowsiness Dont let me bo dlsturbed e com mandtd the nttendnnt ns ha g con Bumed a herculean lunch he etched IScarcoto have passed wben the BIClper and buoyant once more spratg to his feet Thats tbo most retresbln nap I ever hldl he exclaimed W1at time Is 117 Ualt post sir lIalt pnst til And I onlykcant to sleep tllI 31 Ill have to hu olr to Martins In n hurry Order th dluner then go home and dress in be a close shavo to do It all And tho peo- pic Ive Invited are just th kind to take otrense It I keep them waiting Call a cob In n hurry to wo me to the Hotel Mnnln I f- Tho Martin fllr7 repea f1 the attendant Im afraid tho Jstaurant- wl11 be closed at this hour Closed At 1307 mealItsday A nil Idea ce- currea to tho at tendmtIt ti30 In the sir not 0 atter noon VItti shriek- edCarley Do- not IIJP to guy me ninl DusUo- aroU1 and order t t cab- lut tho trutb Is ti 30 sirlIt gave orderyOU wert dis SAY stul1ldTJlISbegan to dnwn on him hat day 1- 9thlsyesterdayor tomorr I m al- Jwhats tho date It Is tho jUlornlog ot J 1 2 sIr Jim 21 A morning paper h just been brought In nnd tho dato ood out clenr- nnd true nbov Its olu Jan 2 And Ie slept to teen hpur 7 Great heavenl People recoerlllg fr grip ften- do sir A vlslonot dlaapPol d antl tnrl explanationCnverleys eyes ash a lnhllDdshe sank back despairingly Q tho couch Thenth ererb esse ngel ot hope whlrllngbnqualntance8and Iaug fQ lhe very UYlngIsworo Id keep resoluttons l- mde NeW Year 11 kectled nd to a1dH rpbeu prev ntedmy reSolutto ion that dti J haTe none to keep York Worljl II I Ii f li l 1 The New YearsCake 1oIf J intY VaS Prethe WondertulDHow Jt pared by the Twelve Merry Monthl ot I It 1 onths onco deoldd 10 sakelIE weh T For the New Year approaching a wonderfUl cake i Contribu g freeIy each one more or less And 1gthe piideofthe finalueees j Be Ptember who thrO Ugh her acquaintance with achootJ wJ W8I up m the latest gr8J1U1atical rules Wrote out ina 10veIySpencerian hand 1 A recipe anyone might un1entand i lIovember as Ulual busy and hurried And with her election cake specially worriedI r For fear it wouId burn While her mind was so tlurriea From what she had left on her genel011J hands i When her Thanksgiving cooking with all its demandJ Was 1lnished the milk and the spices supplied While ApriI the eggs was oerjoyed to provide t I AU colored of conne with indelible dyes liMy choicest aid ApriI with tean hi her eyes March furnished the lUgar and though I admit Twas mapIe still that didnt matter a bit 7 He mixed the cake too being sturdy and stout And accustomed to Btirring things briskly about t The tlour waB from May her particular brand J i Youve heard of the Mayflowert and white as her hanc lULY DID THE BAKING Al SKILLFULLY TOO Dear lune Bent the tlavoring xtrac of rose The aweetest and purest as everyone knows AM August the butter in OUPB of bright gold Which Beemed all the B1lJ1Shine of Bummer to hold brownfidowD r And Ootober decIared with a Iaugh and a frown Understand this iaBlang which I do not commendtrIf That to vie with his gift abe couId never Though abe too had nothing but chestnuts to send i luIy did the baking and BkiUful1y too r TwaB dono top and bottom and aU the wa through i Her oven was Bteady and right to a T 47 lanuarylcriJp icing walIoveIy to ICe TV ecember quite ready to part with her best 0 DecIared what with atockingsand trees and the red Vi lverything that she owned she had given away kvea bonbon or two and a bright hol1yspTay t1 10 th se for ad rnment arranged with much taste t On the top of e beautifuIltructure were pIacedr t f Pcb dashed off arhYJDehe was quick wJth his pen r rom writin otnlentinea now and again bd bond up yrlth care this delicate cake 1 WJ1oeelike Idefy any baker to bake rot1W8I lent New Ycarlmorn by the Time and Tidoeline I r JIrom twelvemy Months to their dear Nineteennine 3 StNichoilI Strango Stunta fnScoUand- Dr Samuel Johnson the dictionary maker tells UII that he was Informed during his celebrated tour In th west ers Islands ot Scotland that nt New Yenrs eve In the hnl1 or eastlo ot the laird Whero nt feBtivalsthere Is supposed to bo n yer nUmerou company ono man dresses himself In a Coa hldo on which other men beat Wlih sticks Do ruuswlth nil this n lso round the hous which nU tho com ounterfeltedfrlghtTho Ion obtained atter their Pretended ter- tor but by tho repeUtlo of a verseot poetry which those cqualnted wltb the cust inare provided with Tlj Two Faced Qod Janus wnll th Romang dwh pre Ided over open doors BO II wn mo appro rlate to Uthe 4odrmontbott- he a 1Theg6d 1us- wafrepree nte a Dian Wlt f1r o e 1 k1ngbackwrd1at t op arndtlleQther lootlngfonvard Into I 1 tl TI iB I eIU7 ent 1 NewVearo eaolution Chief OSlnneraWhereas my conduct here ot tateHas been meallJl wleuBut rather I am ntned toltateJ Erratic It not lawlel I- Whereasrve Ii been tomn toJl ltandlngandcondltlonlI1therto Ot vinous ebullition Where ntlecUng ttts leeDToward death Ive made a bee UneBy ullnar 7ToIve andeNld 117 I From BundaYlchoolandBy the laneneyery tlayOt too much low protaneDIIII Whereas liive been And cold and covetoUf And IY tar Andmadel1ht l8Clndary tLtrAndIt rImmedla 7 ltttolve4 rhahtRCII oft t6 l ZIJ I IIhaYOat bbilt few 7era f bdutttoutJerNwiT J Qfltll ft jL iiI I i I i e i ts- r 4 fi xt r fRi f t WW 7 0 rEIUSON SEES 1 f tY8ifiA YANCE Wizard Foretells Wonders itJ Whkh are to Cone r tI Electrical Motors Will Take 1jvi wi the Place of Railroad Trains 7 c c m The next era wm mark tit9 most wonderiul advance In rciente ttnd rove thou that tite world has ever known 1 or hoped for So vat will lint nd vance Leo tijatt we can now nave scarcet ly any eoaceptlon of its scope al ready n great mauy of trhP irtventons o 3 future uTe wsuredvrJtu Ttoca1t- i AEdlwn In the N9w York Times It is only o tie wMoh J regttrd as- S 3 practical certaintIes that I Eolleak here First1Wthtn therrext twenty or thirty yearsand It wUl starti within ftOO next two or threeconcrete arch r will take enormous strides for wardthe art of moulding concrete will be reduced to a science ofperiect10n and what is equally important of j 1 cheapnese there frill rise up a large number of gifted arehdteetst and through the efforts Cities and towns will spring up Ill this country besideI which Turners picture of ancient nome and Carthage wU patio Into otMngnuEI and the buildings of the Columbia ox hibition 1will appear common But grew expense will riot attend tills it will be done so that die poor w111 be able to enjoy houses more beautiful than the rich now aspire to and the r tL man earning 15Oa daywlUt Do faml ly to suppoDt will lbe better housed than theman of Itoday who is tarn jog 10 SeoandMoving picture madttnee will be ISO perfected that the chamotere will not only move but will speak and all the accessories and effects of the stnge will be fufthfuly produced on the living picture stage This or course will not be done ns wel1 as on Uhe regular stage but its standard will appraaeh very near to that and the fact that such ontertatament will be furnished for tin will dmw tWt numbers of theJ working classes Tine result will be l tbwt the masses will have the advan tags of the moral of good drama they will fled an inexpensive end improving way of spading the evening and tile death knell of the saloon twill J be sound d- ThirdIn perhaps fifteen or twenty yearsdepending on the financial eon ditdon of the oouatrytho docomotlve- will pass almost altogether out of Use and all our malntronlt lines willI iSbeoperated by eltrlcitycFourth A neW fertilizer wB spring Into existence contaIning a large percentage of nitrogen This wlll be drawn from the air by electricity and 1Iowttlbe used to increase the arability ot the land Even now this to lone to a large extent ip Sweden FifthAll our water power will be utilized by electricity to an extent now almost untthought of and will be used wIth great advantage both Indul trlally and for railroads SixuhA successful aerial navgwlion 1 will be establehedperbaps for malt and will achieve a sound practical working basis 4 Seventh We shall be ably to protect ourselves agalnst environment by tileI use of serums and things of that sortI so that the general state of hroth ofyThe grand fight which Is being wade against tuberculosis and cancer will successful culmination and I f freacha will be entirely master ed Eighth A new fqrce In nature of some sort or other wlll be discovered = by which many things not now un- derstoodI wlll be explained Weiunfor tubately have only five senses W we bad eight wed know more Ninth We shall realize the possil- lttiee of our coal supplies better and wlll learn how to utilize them so that 90 per cent of the ebtlciency will mot be thrown assay asitls today Finally let It he said hardly any piece of machinery now manufactured I f4 more than 10 pr dent perfect ki the go on this will be improved upon tremeudouly more automatic meelilnery will luxury will be produce ti n enormous numbers at suoh mall a 17 cout that yell olesses will be nbloo fenjoy the lSenetfia q2 them- ci rulffe are some ot the inventions S whIch the wOrld de Wa Lfngiwhicb it- t Sssnare of seeing realIied Jnetlpow they will be realla d 4s what too in- ventorsare workingnpwdetersndne J What Burbank has Done It ThIs de an ago of rvele ILndI dl8covery and many of the s1relege fI lrolter3 after natures secrete are t i 0 reoe ying their justmne of praia3 1m911mea these wizza nls Edh tso mtbe electricals 3u r Sb n tho Pta twOrdiliNiv aoozn pokeri y 1 t 1 jj k J 14 4 OI ntrst T W1lMHM o sue women as ire sot seriouslp onL- of health but who have exacting duties to perfor either In the way of house ii Id cares rJln social duties and tune U s vhf h Ierlously taxt elr strength aswe ursingmotbersDrPiercs Favorite rlptlonhas a JUost valuablio au tonlc and Invlgort- log nervine It ttuImel use much ferlou IlcknMo and mnVbevoided ie C tin ratio and the u raeon knlto w u d Its e ev ldom have to be em to ed I th s most VII ua n C to fig time The Favorite Pttscrlp ton as provcn agrent boon to expectnnt mothers by proparlpg the system for the comIng of baby thereby renderIng child birth safe easy and almost painless Dear In mind please that Dr Plcrcoa- Pavorito Prescription is not a secret or patent medicine against which the most Intelligent peoplo are quite naturally averse because of the uncertainty as to their composition and harmless character but Is a tlrntctxa or XNOWN courost- TloX a full lh t of aU Its IngredIents beIng printed In plain English on every bottle wrapper An exnmlnl1t1ouor this list of ingredients will dlscloso the fact that It Is nonalcoholic In its composition chemic ally pure glycerine taking the place of tiro commonly used alcohol In Itsmakenp In this connection It may notto ont placo w stte that the Favorite Prescription of Dr llerco Is the medIcine put up for the cure of- womans peculiar weaknesses and ailments and sold through druggists all the Ingredients of whIch have the un animous endorsoment of all the leading medtall wrIters and teachers of all the several schools of practice and that too as remedies for for which FavorIte Prescription Is recommended A little book of thcsp endorsements will be sent to any address postpaId and absolutely free yourcqurstsame by postal card or Duaal01N Y Pleasant Pellets cure con stlpatlon Contijuation Is the cause of many diseases Cure cause and you cure the dIsease Easy to take 9 candy as if no more worlds were left to conquer AgaIn they are lauded so extravagantly that It is likely to ap peal to some ones souse of the ludicrous and to suggest a few lacks ln our life that need to ho supplied a few nuisances that we would have abated a few dlsabldtfes that are still left to be removed and II few blessings that we crave before our earthly condItions can be pronounced perfect It hen taken a writer on the Chicago News to gIve an original enumeration of what Mr Durbanks hM done and to make some whimsical suggestions respecting the Job that yet lies before his inventive endus Of course Luther Durbanks has done a good many things but I dont see much Teason for rubbing ones vocal chords with resIn so as to be able to E out his praises louder Maybe I am a knocker or jealous or something I wasnt aiming to ask for any credIt for the idea anyway To be sure Luther has crossed the potato bug with the hen to make the egg market brisker has mixed the buckwheat stem with the sugar ample to produce selfsiruped cakes hug grafted the sorghum cane with the cornstak to bring about corn bread and molasses with little labor has budded the apple upon the jack oak to make applejack from elder or tree drip wIthout walting for fermentation has crossed the Pepper and box elder to brong an ankual crop or ready- made pepper boxes and added a little touch of the quaking aspen to his already marvelous hybrid and thus provided e selfshaking pepper box rIght off the tree has learned from bloom of the hawthorn tree how to tell he haws from she haws han combine the s4lJery elm and the Ice1 plant until he line procured an Ideal wood for making toboggans and bobsleds has crossed tine ironwood with the bit and never caused a liLt of rust has crossed the dog wood with l1 pus3Y willow without any disturbances be- yond4mere LarklJybrldlzed the tum bleweed with foreSt trees so hut the first strong autumn wind brings the lazy forestess winter wodd home to him without the stroke of an ax or oven hitching up the team has ming1edt the ragweed WIth the thyme untIl tIe wind sings ragthwe through the branches of the mixture thee mingled the pollen ofthe honey locust common locust and the wire gross until he will soon h9 ubdeto supply the marks with barbwire toned fresh from the tfelds has oven crossed a mountaIn range with the burro and has great expectations of the results AU these Ullnga l understand he has donewe are told In addition that of late thastrluml1hnntly announced the achievement of the thornlese or- snelcsst rao4uLw- lint look at the things be ilasns done tend should do before he is credited witdi baying performed any laIg proportion pt the labor that should be performed by a man to whom has been vouchsafed the pOwer of el chem and wizard Has she produced hurtles pain a panglesmr Insult a privaUdnleea pov erty e mallcelesabate a hungcrlesm starvation a Qatlgueleea weariness a toilless orkn nlghtnarelesw mince pJ leftaoveriesns holiday turkey a cbestnutlese mln1strel show aSight- legsboys a oolieless baby a harm 1ees gos8Jla8tng e hornet aven omle rattleenske an lnnocuowip l porous oakj a scentless onions burls tnubJ sour eha1 flees wbeat a dI ordlee peacock or- anlaIlolas tlat7- fir I e tl- It 1 4 FIRST STEAL JULY 301902 TJudge C P Booe Began Peculations Then Keep it up Until Total Was 38 637 During About Six Years The total amount of JulgeC barbs E Dooes reculatJons during Ms connection with the State Auditors of flee is 3853765 The examination of the cnlms and vouchers dnandled by Judge DOOo during his tenure of of flee has been completed and everything Is now ready to be laid before the grandjury when It conVenes Considering the tediousness of the work it was concluded In almost record tim rn all M H Thatoher the State Inspector and those who ass ted him In the examination tarefu Jyt went over GOOOO vouchers and 140000 old checks Judge DOOO padded his first voucher July 30 1902 and kept up the praotAIe to within two days of the time that he was confronted with the charge ngnnst Wm it was during Gus G Coulters term of office that Judge Booe begun his peculations He made his heaviest stools durIng too ndmlnletrotJon of Judge Hager recent Democrat candidate tor Governor however During too one year that Judge Deco was In the Auditors office under Frank James the incumbent ire managed to get away with a trifle over 2000 Sir nhatchees examination COvered the period from July I 1902 to the day that Judge Boo was charged with his guUt WMle we dots not believe that Judge Booos peculatoTs began prior to July 1902ns a matter of precaution he whit carry ttbu roves tlgatlon back to 4900 When Judge Boo fIrst entored tile AudltorSf office IJa- Ilyinfieinvestignttoa Judge Dljce told bfr rulR1tchero that he thought he gun padding tile claims and vouchers early in August 1902 and the result of the lnyeMfgation seems to subtan tlate this statement ProvIded Judge Done puts up no do tense and throws btmsxlf on the mercy or the count his case willL be very speedily disposed or This is believed to be ibis plan lIS ho Las often ex pressed a desire to receive his sentence and begin serving it at the earliest possible dot For Sale We have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford roadono and half miles from Sunnydale direct ly on too M H E R R Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply of freestone water 75 acres at DavIdson Station on the Owensboro branch of the I C R R- GO acres tine bottom land will grow 54 or 80 liushele corn to acre 15 acres of rolling land very ferUle Two fine Springs everlasting water bounded on the South by rough Creek Dwelling story end half eight rooms now located South sIde Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable BARNETT SMITH Agents Seven Years of Proof I have had seven years or proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is best medlcllle to take for coughs nndIcolds and for every diseased of throat chest or lungs rays WorJill11Mthat Dr Kings New DIscovery Is the beat remedy for coughs and colds la grippe aslmll hay fever bronchitis homorobege of liie lunsand ott3 early stae or consumption Its tImoly of imeumonn Sold under uaranteea t pneumonIa Sod under guarantee at all druggls1H 50c and 100 TrIal hot the free m Bad Speech and Good Science You donut need tltell a manto when lie Is saying what you dont Alit e said a young nna You canntop him wIthout speaking to Jm by rtoo way you Ustoo I was out in the Woods not long ago with some friends We wer fishing away oft from everybody and wets spending the night with a man who lived on a little farm In the mid die of the woods ten miles from his nearest neighbor As We sat around the fire hi the evening the began ito tell us stories The first one were th mast enertaindng and prepostoros stories Iever heard mutt they Yere clean weld wholesome After these b- eI anohr and en he went on it- bEglUlto MPear that this story was or- a differrnt kind morally Nobody sai I iut I saw ono of the w wua looking at the natory 1 1lp as steadily 8 you would hold your gun on a moosea di anotljeromy friesds 1ookedup fixed eyes on him dntithml samktwsy Wel sIr hd began ablwithotrt lisringNfrold it nshq had tI 7 Y fr K t r li f- i c h Iptendedow they dldnt say anything tobhn hut hay stopped film short J beleve you tart do It that waY almost always 1f you really mean it There are some things that need to be stopped orclbly os the abuse lit little children or helpless women There are othrs that need to be checked and reproved by words But there are sons that Do look or iiho potent infiuenco of disapproving silen ie will suffIce to stop If we dont lIke a thing and are slncero In not liking It and it warning itstol1pcdour rot4 tlon will usually te felt whether we say anything or not Two men look Ing honestly at him out of ca an eyes stopped the story teller In tM woods TIle same treatment wm usualy stop the bnd6tortPUer in scleol or town Forward Howls Your Digestion Mfrs Mary Dowllng of No 228 Wi Ave San Francisco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble Sle says Gratitude for tbe wonllerful effect of Electric Bitters to n case or acwe hnti- gestlon prompts thIs testmontai I am fully convinced that for stOtnllc1 Illthegr j cine invigorates tile system purifies the blood and Is especially helpful fu I all forms or temae weakness i0c ntI aU druggists m N ticeINotice Is hereby given that the un dersigned will on Monday January 4th 1909 apply to the Hon W D Tay lor Judge of the Ohio County Court for and move said Court to make an order nlpoinUng tllreo commissioners for the purpose of reapportioning of Justices districts In Ohio county agreeable to Kentucky Statutes section 1082 This November 12th 1908 R D MARTIN C P KEOWN- T JONES Watched Fifteen Yeare For flftPln years I have watched the working of DucldenSi ArnIca Salve and it has never tailed to cure any sore lxIlIulcer or burn to which it was appted It has saved us many u doctor bill says A F Hardy of Fast Wl1ton Maine 25c at all drug ilJts m I 1 Uncle Joe as Dodger During his roomt vIsit to thIs city Uncle Joe Cannon Speaker of the House of Represntatives dlMdayul remarkable dexterity in eluding a nun= br of newspaper men and tLe interview that lie knew they desired Profiting by his experience wnenhe came to tills city shortly before tile November election when lie way lure to the Toot garden of the Il Jlevue Stratford and practically kept u prisoni er until he had answered cllrtaln questions relative to the campaign tae Speaker had seemingly resolved on his lust visit to teach his room un st en Just as Lp entered t11e hotel time clllJiIlge in Mr Cannons expression as he shifted trio long cigar uneasLy Indicated that he had picked out severe reporters In the group that waited to welcome him Mr Cannon was ncclmlunied by Howard D French former president of the New Jetleyl Society of Penntiyl vania which later in the evening entertained the Speaker at dinner MrCa nor Wuked toward toe group that awaited him As jle reached tile SWFrvIlaugh from Mr Cannon ccaoing down the shaft MInd Yonr Business It you dont nobody wlll It is your business to keep out of ail trouble you can and you eta and will keep out of liver and bowel trouble If you take nr Kings New Life Pills rIl1ey keep limousne malaria and jaundice out df your system 25c at nIl drug gtsts mt pAdulteration of Food December 18For the information aid guidance of the wholesale and rUsh dealers dn oysters and other concernedParagraph 1 or Seettion 4 of tk inure t od law oftheSlnte of Kentucky as o acted by the General Assembly of 108 dooms an article of rood adult elated any substunce or substances OO nixed or packed with It so as tore Itsequality or strength Under this paragraph of the law oysterdealers of this State are warned that the addition of doe or water to shucked oysters constitutes an adul te1fltlO1 shookesed oysters from pickers lloutll not them if ice or water has boom addedand retaiirs are cautioned not to add Ice to oysters nor to dilute then with water f 11AsCoVELL Director Kentucky Agrlcubtural Experiment Sla don r 1 UIlIAegelable eatingI Promotes DigestlonC11terl ness and RestConlalns neit1 phmtMorphtne nor liDm1 NOT NARCOTIC trVtIf01J kfYY7l ff R- JJtUttilJlnistlml ttmiJIOll1vlDi1 fJtr IIim SmI If mtariss i Ape for Cmsfpi- lion Sour dtD1arr1 Worm ConlsinisYetr ness mulLoss OF SLEEP FacSimile Signature or NEW YORK rantee un rtdtact Copy of Wrapper f m For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Ir Usej For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA 1x rtOtN1AON OOYPAIV NIW TO1t CITY OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135TH- EREPUBLICAN and LOuisvillerDaily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 12r THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek OwensboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Qboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 t Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Ir29 LARS6M a bit Of Honest Business Reputation- is Back of Everybi MO t7MEr1Th1 SOLD BY US b liEOSMISCIIEL SONS it 4i bit cPROPRl ORB4 Owesnoro Monumental Works 4i 412414 B Main St Yards 114216218 Clay St bit OWENSBORO KENTUCKY 4i U 4i Got Our Prices and We Guarantee to Saye You 9 Money on All Good Honest Work A 4000 Shorthand Contest The greatest contest the world has ever known and CHARTER studnts finished 172 words AHEAD of all others proving to be the GREATEST WRITERS in the U S The fourth week they wrote 72 words a minute ne vrmatter the eighth week proved equal to Civil Service examination and at the close wrote from 180 to 200 words a minute newspaper matter and read their notes like print Twelve veelhs is the average time to graduate with this modern systeln Enroll nowlearnn the best Shorthand Bookkeeping and Shortcyts ln figuring Positions guargn teed Day Mind night sessions CLARKS SCIOOL Q BUSINESS Louisvillery jp1 V yr i f I N1 rJ II jOoordRwr puJjlicaii JI tostofpcJI dMIv s 1b M BARNETT EoIT e 1 WZEaozb 1 M40Kouiih a1rMma1 1iIf REPUBLICAN TICKET For RepresentaUveW S Dean For Circuit ClerkE G Barrow For County JudgeR R Wedding For County ClerkW S Tinsley For County AttorneyC E Smith I For Sheriff T H Black For Assessor Bernard Felix iFor School SuptHenry Leach For JallerW P Mldklff For Surveyor C S Moxley For CoronerDan W King That new years resolution May It live long and prosper This Is not a leap year The girls had their opportunity the Start twelvemonths If farmers do not uttend to tlielr buslnets it will be Mended by oth ers without any regard to their fl nancial welfare f Abe other candidates for United States Senator in Ohio seem to have concluded that the Taft family is Just a little greedy i The Kentucky Farm Publishing Co bas been incorporated with a capital stock of 5000 It Is presumed this means a new farm paper at Lexlng Candidates for Goyernor on the Republican tlck taro beginning to groom themselves A pretty sure indication that the chances for that party tore lain control in Kentucky are thought to be good The judge who decided the case against the labor deader at Washing ton last week deservip to be hit on the head with Roosevelts big stick No more unjust sentence ever fell from the lips of a Judge on the bench and the words accoznpantng it were so clearly hacked by prejudice that they brought Indignation to every laboring man or true sympathizer with organized labor in the Unit ed States Meetings have been held in every city of any importance to protest against this outrage against free speech and a free press Messrs GompersMitchell and Jtorri son are hailed as martyrs by organ ized labor everywhere It haa been charged that the trusts have long holp ed to select our judges Can lit be true It would take this particular Judge a life time to impose fines upon all the people who have a contempt for his ruUngIConsidering the money and whiskey primary elections which have been co I ducted by the Democracy In Kentuck- and Ohio aunty in the pawl and the well use of lath money and I whiskey at the late general election the criticisms on the Republican pri mary election come with poor gm from the Hartford Herald Firatl pluc the team from tine own eye The Republicans have nominated a splendid county ticket end they will nil IHJ elected notwithstanding the Heralds efforts to create discord among Republicans It would have been great ly dissatisfied no matter who ha been nominated Let the Herald trot out its ticket and we hope it will be made up of good men In common decency it should cease to quote Imaginary prominent Republic ans whose names cannot be given Its vague inslnuationswlthout specific charges against the Republican primary do not cause a ripple on surface nor make any votes for i prospective ticket Wants to be Shown Judge Cowan is not from Missouri but he wants to be shown how the removal of the Tariff on hides will conduce to cheaper shoes for the peo pie as long as the Tariff on shoes prevents the importation of foreign footwear The Judge Is riot alone In the assumption that the leather manufacturers who demand Protec tion for the flnshtd products they ceil and FrogTrade the taw ma terials they iiuy arlY mortlnienti apon the fattening of their own bank ac county than upon securing justice to concernedDallaas Take aHand GameThe Press of Savannah GaecoroS cleverly in its contention that ithe de mand of the Red leland cotton gray ere for Protective Tariff Is1 agnlaet- tlto spirit of the Democratic party oft the Tariff question Undoubtedly Got is Butlib not the time arrived whet the splrttbf the ss ooPstwstj should adjustibulf to chanted oondl J j- r y t- fvPv r ti rL 0 ions and pew seeds t Stupid adk r Once to the doctrine of Free Trade tgen fee Mane rot the Democratic trforhaU a century paid if perslnt edInmuoh longer U will loosen that partys hold upon the Souh ofinconrt sistency n growerstho Press recalls the stoof the old North Carolina father who found his boys with a bobte of whis key between em and Indulging in a game of cards The old man burst into tears and6old the boys that he had tiled to train them up right to shun temtntlone and avoid the evils of gambling and drinking but 1 they were determined to go to the devil he asked that they would pour him out a drink and deal him a hand Tiio moral Is obvious Don i drive the boys into the haymow let them have their recreations at home and openly let the old man take n hand In the game All over the South are Democrats who believe in and want Protection Let them speak up and toy so take a hand In the game NARROWS- Dec I 31 Miss Ellyo Renfrew VST ited friends at Fordsvllie Saturday and Sunday Mr Sam Gaines Fordsvllle was in Narrows Saturday Mis Eva Forman is visiting Misses Minnie and Maggie Wedding f Cedar GroveMr Elbert Drown was in Owensbor Friday Messrs J H Thomas and Jack Walker were in Owensboro Sunday MT and Mrs Wayne Stevens Hart ford are visiting relatives here Mr J B Renfrew who has been in the lumber business at Penrose Ark for the past two years has returned to Narrows to spend the win ter Mrs George Hints and ohiklrenof Owensboro are the guests of Mrs Ida Renfrew Mr Tom Brown and wife left Wed day for their home in Arkansas liras Dr Maxwell and cliliaren of Oklahoma have come to spend a few weeks with her mother Mrs Maggie Powers Misses Donle Cecil and Pauline Whit visited Misses Bessie and Etnoi Ben nett Sunnydale the last of the week Mr Fount of the Bay mousneighborhood has moved to Narrows Mr and Mrs Aneel Wilson of Ro sine are visiting relatives here Mr Remus Carter Beaver Damvls lied Mr Jim Carter Xmas Old Santa was very generous to Mr and Mrs Bill Renfrow He left a fine boy with them Mr S B Lees bookkeeper bas ar rived from Owenfcboro and is now at work at the tobacco warehouse FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT Dec 28 Holidays being over wo are ready to take up the round of life and thus proceed in our march in the Now Year that is fast approaching As we look into the tan I Hug faces of our so claj circle It seams possible that Dear Old Santa Claus visited every home in this community Mrs A R Renfrew and children who have been vltetlng Mrs Renfrews parentsMr and Mrs Tom DukeHart ford have returned home Mrs J H Muxweltand little dough ter Marjory and Slerly of Oklahoma are visiting her mother Mrs H Pow Ors dinkCarter at her home Christmas Day In honor of her friends and asso elates The reception room was ar ranged In the most inviting fashion and the parlors was attrnc fernsdlittle games everywhere At 12 oclocl There was music mnthand dellgltful little games everywhere At 12 oclock the guests passed out into the nicely decorated dining roomwliere a most ele gant dinner was served Mack to the jmrlor the merry party went Each on enjoying the pleasure and hospitality Thoisdeparted to their several homes Mrs J B Renfrew returned home the20thfrom Pen Rose Ark G A R Resolutions- On the death of Rev Jos A B a nett Whereas God lit His infinite was dom and mercy tfw rt1eved fronl tall and labor our oofiafadij ard Chaplain Rov J A B nnefif Bo It RespiyedTnat Irl hlrreaFtYr wt poi has Jpti pre td vn Uth ui njembere andtke csjch a deVoted Christian anif the ppmnlbhfty oh Wntist1 upright 1nto tire beirtiyW forally our most profound sympathy In their deplorable ALEX GRIGSBY GEORGE BUNGER LOUIS GUNTHER Committee For Sale Now four room cottage in Thomas addition to Hartford near railroad Good stable garden and never flail lag well of isoft roster Apply to BARNETT SMITH FUNERAL AND BUJAt Of D1E1THOMAS r A Splendid tribute ottespecl Shown a Worthy Man w 01 The funeral of D E Thomas those sad death we reportd last WBe took place at the Methodist churieh lost Sunday morning the funeral sermon being preached by Rev Elgin in on Impressive manner Just 1mmenE au dience was present to pay trbuife to his memory Tie burial waa harg of Hartford Masonic JjxJge 7he lea Maccabee lodge of witchi Thomas was Record Keeper marched with the Masons and depoteted on the grave a beautiful and expensive floral wreaba bearing the words Our Beloved Record Keeper Many Masons from ota er lodges in the county were pent res and assisted Hartford lodge in the sad ceremonies Quito a number of members of the Macaabee and Masonic ledges went to Beaver Dam Saturday to meet th remains of their deceased brother The funeral of Mr Thomas Vas held at the MethtoHlst churchv of Which he Sad long been a faithful member lost Sunday forenopn and Mj was perhaps the largest attended of any In recent years Hardly more than half the crowd could get into the church This of Itself was in elo quont testimonial toble popularit- and worth The sermon was preached by his pastor Rev Virgil Elgin in a beautiful and impressive strain after which the body was taken in charge by the Masonic order and conveyed to Oakwood The floral de signs were elegant and expensive ELOQUENT TRIBUTE The Master of the Masonic Lodge In delivering his remarks over the dead body cf Mr Thomas saId To the kind loving and devoted wife who has been true and faith ful to him in sickness as well as In health who by your sweet loving disposition gentle tender ministrations in the hours of this great suf fering made life sweets to him fill ed his soul with sunshine and happiness prepared him to endure much suffering with patience and to brave ly undergo any ordeal that might be selected for him even the stegltthat be might regain his hcWthl be permitted to longer enjoy Godsibme MId fireside with you and thu chil dren we desire to say tha youV hus band was a Godly man a Christian gentleman a Mason and our brother and while we extendi to you our heartfelt sympathies yet we must point you to our God who la the widows God for that sympathy which will enable you to withstand this great ordeal and console and strengthen your aching heart To the fatherless children who loved fatiher and obeyed him who received front his willing tends the many comforts of life whltf were hover forgotten nor forsaken bye him wco were dearly loved by him end fcr whom he prayed many fatherly pray ers we sjimpatblzo with you Injwir bereavement knowing full well that you have lost a true friend anV w are deeply sensible of your great less Your father was a kind and loving father and while the was near and dear to ypu he was our friend and brother and we are here today to do for him what one cf our brothers should do for the after and to shore this great sorrow with you Ta his many friends whose pre once Indicate Ms standing cs a citizen d our city and county wto have had dealings pAvlth him in a business way and who lave spent many pleas ant hours with him socially and fra ternally who loved1hiDt for his troth fulnres honesty and Industry we shall say thata good lawabiding business man and citizen baa gone and be will be greatly missed by the Inhabitants of our city and county and by all whose pleasure It his been to know Urn Brethren of Hartford Lodge No 675 Accepted afaaensdry the death of brother D EUls Thvjmas the Masonic fraterniy has lost OEQ who- bellevttt with all of hia ifeart In 4hee tgdgettiaTnofci excellent Secrotlaiyr i i life loved and lived Masonry and Was vet tatJbful andpunctufiirtoi htS Ixtat J The records of our lodea are suffi dent evidence of his skill ju Jihr bf leer and his plane will be difficult to till texdetlentheard no more around our lodge altar but hla name Will remain upon our roster and hla memory live iq par hearts forever Alas Another brother hag flnlsli boardsadt gvegiven by the Grand M8etsrof apse Universe calling Alai prtn l i A r f ly labor toVeyefJastJag rnetIn that paradise above He has gone aft timber preienta tive to thatf 1d tode ei4dt4gb- the IJreeldliij Officer wf c xfp1hjli the Grand SIaket of usaua dbIOb convenes latl itouee aai mod Itb hands eternal to the heavens Hfl labored with us faithfully and well and has gone to appear Wore the great White tSjroneto hew from Him who BfcCtitiU thJereon ttq welodpie words Well done thou good and faithful servant and to receive that great reward itlhat awaits all just tend upright MaepriB a home in hewem LODGE RESOLUTIONS HaM ot Jlarllord Lodge NO C76 F A MDec 27 109 The Angel of Death has again enter ed our lodge Stcrettary David Ellis Thomas who was ben January 15th 1854 calmly breathed his test at Rochester Mina on Thursday morning December 2itty 190Sj and crossed the river that marks the unknown shore This time tt6 band las fallen ulXIDl one wb6 geld and of our meat porlant offices and the position which be filled BO acceptably to the membership is vacant His earthly ene ter our portals nor stall we tear I cheery vpioe la our councils He was cut down in the prime of his usefulness when his work seemingly was unfinished and his brethren mourn His steadfast devotion to every Ma sonic principle and his readiness to undepjake any duty assigned him are matters of common knowledge tot ev Tygreat loss keenly a isIYt confined to the orders 1 which he belonged but in every walk of life Our finite minds cannot undtfr spud such visitations of Provi deuce but it is Gods way and He enable us to sayHIs will n ours be done- Resolved That In the death ofi Brother Thomas our lodge has sus tained an irreparable loss both as official and a member his church faithful Christian worker and nls county an honorable upright citi zen wbcce humble blameless met wan as example for good to aU wtto came In contact with him Resolved That our tendtirest sym party be extended to his family and loved ones in this sad lacer cf afflic lion and that we punt them to Him who doeth all things well for comfort and solace and Who has presn1st tI to be a husband to tile widow and a lather to the fatherless Rseolved That time members of thi ledge wear ttte usual badge of mpura fug for thirty days that the Secre tarys station be draped in mourning ttjxt we attend the funeral df Brclthk Thomas in a bcdy and accord him the honors cf a Masonic burial and that each Masonic lodge in Ohio coun ty be Invited to attend Resolved That these resolutions be given a page In our lodge reoords a copy furnished the family of our de ceased brother and a copy furnished to each of our county papers and to the Masonic Home Journal for publication C M BARNETT W S TINSLEY E W FORDCommittee In Memory On Sunday night December 20th the Death Angel came on hurried wings and claimed us its own Sam Jones Taylor age 15 IOn of Mir War illenonly a few days when the FatUerisaw fit to take him away Sam was a good boy always kind and loving to iris many friends and schoolmates lie was laid to rest December 22 at the ShulUtown bury- Ing ground in the presence of many sorrowing friends schoolmates and kind teacher He leaves a father mother two sisters and a brother to mourn Ills departure Dear father and mother it is in deed very hard to give up your dfll1ng boy but God knows best and His will not ours be done and may God help you to so live that when your summonscome you will be prepared to lay down the cross and weal the drown of righteousness thp pearly gates ante opened A gentle voice said come And With farewells unspoken He calmly entered borne V G oJ H For Safe Several hundred acres of good farm IngOlandaknown as the J F Collins farm distance about two miles from Hartford oh thE Hartford and Beaver Dam pike Also residence property Jl1T Hart ford twostory dwelling to and1 a halfacre lotfrontnlg the new M H p depot site For prices antWnsI apply to W H ornI poni Haiti ford Ky 22tf v AtJReturns Thanks q AWe slncert than and gratitude to our nfendsi who wore BO kind aud sympothetl in our rev Tent sad affljciion I pecfaliywek- eel grat mem1iereti tlie lfp9ntQand MaccabWflo3 fibrVr n ren ered R fcz jly f iCre Lizzie Thomas and family t f- i Tlo r iand Sale for TaxeK By yertue 4txdue mpjUwSh r iff df Ohio yivwlll on Monda January 4 490 Expose at ubl1crsaIeatthe courthouse door In Hartford th following lands or so muchs thereof as may necessary to produce the sums required yU OROMiWElij PRECINCT Doreey Mrs Lula 60 acres 525 Green Lpelle E 60 acres 745 Stevens JooopqA8 acres 416 Stevens Janaa heirs lljQ a1270 COL SPIUNGS PRECINCT Drown C RfSOO acres 1745 Bowling Dave iO acres 520 CampfieldjMrfl Cyntha 1 acre 30 i SEiEOT PRECINCT Butler AF Wo acres 1468 Butler A F Guardian for Jesse Howard 100 acres 415 Baizei Walton 4 acres 415 Havens P M 8 acres 440 HORSE BRANCH PRECINCT Bullet Alohzq 100 acres Vj 520 Keown T J 8 acres 488 tawlace W L 1 town lot 515 Miller J AVV 239 acres 1527 ROSINE PRECINCT Ashley H n 1 acre 488 Ashley J M 40 acres 629 Austin AV 34 acres 387 Brown T H RO acresu 630 Clark J M 75 acres 6i9 iEmbryIgleheart J T by JW4 Brad ley 1 town lot52JMorris D 1 town lot 50 Monroe JH 40 acres P20 Hammons L M CO acres 465 PRENTIS PRECINCT Frlzzel A A47acr s 735 122a0 ARNOLD 1 PRECINCT Bean W T 172 acres 1056 Embry Jett 50 acres 575 Z9R0 0 Stratton J A 110 acres Snodgrass Mrs Elizabeth 50 acres 300 LE FORDSVILE PRECINCT 39aSInnett Joe 2 acres 285 W FORDQVILLE PRECINCT Fant Ratcliffe 1 town lot 630 Magan G H 120 acres 735 SHREVE fREClNqr Matthews F S 12 acres 512 OLATON PRECINCT Coppage Hurlah 2 acres 530 NARROWS PRECINCT Powers Mrs M E 365 acres f1575 WImsatt W A 2 town lots 950 HERBERT PRECINCT HamiltonLawrence 40 acres G20 Hamilton Moseley 120 acres 1650 Payne Mrs Malinda 30 acres 285 Payne raqk ISiocres HI 415 Reynolds Adair l tdon lot fe25- MAGAN PRECINCT Hall John V 30 acres 390 Johnson Lizzie 17 acres C45 Whitehouse J A 5 acres 340 Tanner Muck 40 acres 520 BARTLETS PRECINCT Huff J A 36 acres 360 HEFLIN PRECINCT Southerland Mrs Etta 108 acres 4S5 RALPH PRECINCT Greer S J 54 acres 630 Greer S M 68 acres 610 Hamilton J H 52 acres Miller Mrs Phobe A 50 acres 31 Whittaker D F 30 acres 37 E HARTFORD PRECINCT Foreman L P 200 acres and one town lot 479 Griffin W T 75 acres 61 Hall W L 9 acres 435 Jones R T2 acres i 415 Nelson J D 24 acres 360 CROMWELL PRECINCT Arbuckle Logan heirs 80 acres 520 SELECT PRECINCT Butler G C 75 acres 415 W HARTFORD PRECINCT King Daniel 1 town lot C20 King John T 1 town lot 845 Rogers Miss Nettle 4 town lots 2270 Tweddell R L 1 Plot 415 NONRESIDENTS Baize A 1 town lot 625 Baize Lula 48 acres 306 Green J M 70 acres 66 Pritchett Owen 3 town lots 306 Simmons W H 63 acres 340 Shari Buck 50 acres vv 36 I Smith pack 1 town Jot t 84o Williams W J 46 acres 620 SULPHUR SPRINGS PRECINCT Flelden R A 52 acres 730 Hines Harry 80 soresr 625 Wedding p L 10pvacres 730 Wrigjit James H 124 acres 1210 F rnier JW 45 acres 415 Duke Robert 80 acres Y85 E BEAVER DJAM PRECINCT 890Sowder 415wR DASI PRECINCT Armstrong G W J fowl lot 840 Baird R R A toBJoU4v 600 Carter It Otlr1tnD loti4G5Stewart HfC Ii CMf15 acres 730 1376Williamsi N ROCKPORT AnoVrson Virgil 4ta find 2016CulbetsemHeck 1 Mrs Nannie P 1ioVri lot ra V G89 n ii l town lot fc 9o Oiler JTifriWon Jo I Rmrlt Cbarife PII v5tIi t 1 r t t4 k t tray IAFS D aiCOUD 0NL1PS DMcCORD182 G St 12 Washlngtou D 0 ExAdjuUnt Gncral State of Tonndasee and St tea Attorney at Nashville is an ardent friend of Pornna fla does not hesitate r to give public endorsement this very excellent remedy As a tonic Pernna has no superior But It is as a catarrh remedy It baa achieved Its worldwide notoriety and 4success Any catarrh remedy to become permanently effectual In the cure of ca tarrh must contain tonlo and Invigorat Ins qualities wtth Its anticatarrhal qualities Catarrh Isalways an expres sion of nervo weakness either lout orgeneral It Is therefore important that a catarrh remedy should possess reliable Invigorating qualities In order to thoroughly rid the system of catarrh Pcruna for Colds lion R S Ryan now residing In Nome Alaska was formerly a member of the English House of Parliament and Secretary to tho late Irish patriot Charles Stewart Parnell Isis Wash ington address Is Now Willard Hotel M Washington D O Ho writestq 1 I have used Pernna and can recom mend your remedy as a very effective cure for colds and catarrhal com plalats U S RyantAsk your druggist for free Peruna for 1909 IAlmanac Tllford Mrs Lydia 2 ovn lots 416 Tilford Ed agent for J Will Hines 1 town lot 520 625IWilllumsWilliams Mrs Florence 1 town f ILot 626 y Keown Afcc agent for Tessle 466Brown 1 town lot SMROCKPORTV Bennett G H1 a land 360 Fulkerson A L 69 a land 860 Graves Wm P 300 a land Maine 1 town lot 2370 Robertson P A 2a land 520 Southards T R 90 a land690Wilcox Mrs Emery B 132a land 840 Williams Cyrus SCO land 670 fcHENRYI 440I625p465- Milliken Charles 1 town lot625S- mith Mrs Eliza 1 town lot 626 1CENTERTORN Hill H J 18a land 620 Rowe M M 1 town lot 545 SMAiLLHOUS jll Addlngton Smiths and Morton 1 town lot 415 Eaves Harvey and Bell Ed Cleaver agent 12a land 465 POINT PLEASANT Ooffman A B agent for J DtDexter 21a land = 3OG RENDER DowellvMack 1 town lot385Renter John 3a land 360 Wakeland David W1 1 IIl1 0COLORED LIST E HARTFORD Hines Steve col i towm lot 330 Nail Ed col 1 town loC 360 Parks C H col 1 town lot 465 340RenderIrot 5- s tkE4UHuuSprWle plIL col 2a landvisp Tunas Anderson oat 1 town k t lot jJ4y75 W BEAVER DAM BosieGln1 111 625 Jackson Nelson l town 1ot385 t Ro B MARfTINSOCV I fax o t WesternKenlucy Norglgl4hoo1 I tinSchool on a frbeaCbQltlsjf td yatitA 6iippMybOeiitrtidm F r APointmentsriJThe lild wluRter f a wand term opens JMiwq thtttuIOUl- d be Jm OEI t turuieli4dlrI l ttNormaQ 1c1 J 11 Predditifje9tnf i A 1 i lI I 01 i r I A nt tt w0 y a per j f 4r 1 I 1 tit L MANAGEmENi IFW Go BROWN nnIjIIo DoES oNE pLACE BECOME THE RIGHT THAT IS SIMPLE BECAUSE AT THAT PLACE THEY TREAT PEOPLE RIGHT HoW BY Coop GooDS MoNEY THEY GET iGO9DS WE SELL ARE GooD BETTER BESTNEY I CHARGEYoU7 tLEAST GEt SoMETHING GooD AND SERVICE ABLE YoU CAN No MoRE ArfoRD To 1 WEAR PooR APPAREL THAN WE CAN AfroRD To SELL THEM Jr WE SELL POOR GooDS IT WILL HURT oUR REPUTATIoN Ir YoU WEAR PooR GooDS IT WILL HURT YoUR REPUTATIoN DID YoU EVER THINK ABoUT THE VALUE or YoU2emst yMWE HAVE ABoUT FIFTY oVERCoATS To CLoSE OUT Ir YoU NEED oNE AND WANT IT AT A BAR GAIN CALL oN US AT oNCE For The LadiesABOUT 25 CLoAKS LATE STYLES AND SHADES WE NEVER CARRY oVER HENCE YOU MAY EXPECT AT A BARGAIN SEE THEM AND WE WILL CoNVINCE YoU THAT oUR PRICES RIGHT RESPECTFULLY S iA o Hartford Republican c t FRIDAY JANUARY 1 llInolsCentral RallroadTlme Table 1lortIiBound Non BOlluc- tN182 due 405 m No laduallblatoI No12due12 3Op m No1CIJ dne 248 p nl i Mo102dne248pm So131 dnra62pin c Suggestions Ti For the Boys i f 1st To carry fipecrackers to tD- CCket Soak tbem over nlght In 1i cOld water then pack thmem inlee 4- r2nd To use gun or pstul safdl- ytf Drop It in the creek before loading j and leavelt thereI fay ir3rd To use gasoline eafely LeAve 1It anUrelynlooe c t 4th To throw stones Fold daoh one carefully to m plllnw and glvifn- ot 1tlce to all the tlelghibor pcd 1tle1i and tWtlsre ypu aro going to pitch it rlJ 6th Tu gilt pure freahl CANDY ritbt hour the factory Buy PLOWS t ttJlc New Drug Stoae Thete YOU I rwm also kid n fun supply o1Ohrist- r nee novelUeecll newtgoods+ het- t cult vialue for yourmoney audItJoy lwe ys 1IARTFOIi DRIJG1QJWAY i1Ul asmp MJLM I J I 1ildmdkIiarnnMy 1Ca fore 1 italbttlealr uw + Av- 1A M- f1 IX tJt I yrt taRtran Co v1en il- titillslra vrf hM qt Shoes i1 jio otve u t eatrreOeKA yJ- StraJftI 0 6T1 16 o wlll entei t 70t tb CiC White Olatort ca ed 6 nee ts while Intowa Tuesday iJt ft a + a liIJIe 1 fN 1ArMne + CQokY iV J4if tiiSv l 0 T fit 1 11 c oit o I 4A r r f a JH T IT ifATSslDAND I otJR4riY1ND I WHEREmuy AugI 4PLACE 4GIVING foR THE ALL oNE Typewriter Carbon can be had at this office Take your Suits to Petty H the taI lor wind hove them cleaned and pre5s youego Schroeters Studio over Re publican Office A box of nice BonBon keep your wife or sweetheart sweet Tiers Grocery MIEe L9t j Utes oiUnlontown- Ind Is tht guest of her sister il1rs J WtlqrI pples P s lrapesFigs1tut- s atrdrt cgioft Candles n s 1 Tako your Qothed l0 Fred Robert son and have them cleaned and pressed All Work guaranteed Judge VV B Taylor abd fanihy returned Slfonday from a few days visit to relatives atFaytortown Jerome Allep Coroner Hartford R F D No 1 will answer phone at A J Carters Coicord any hour att- Messrs E S MAuzy Jasper Leach and S W Leach Rob Roy iwere among out cauers Wednesday Do not fail to hear Dray Na tional fjlAelt A 6of F pit the courthouse tn Hal Uor1Jan 1G 19 9 Dr Oscar Tenor vh le atttending theio IsvhleDent ialles le guest 0rt pargnta lttr ant Mrs W iln F1 net sre otto iarioln and Rhymer- T JsioYt llo are attending s art KentuclY University x1ngtpn- Ky a spending the hpildays with ttr lr t r- NaUonaOPzesldetit C 0 Drs7toh thqtara11themt it CoultHo le Satuday Jant4tj1til19 r 0t= Norval Aruwa and Alex Wkmsattan4J8lrtck laifti1ld PffC Deverlul phut 1 x woo lw ud er vaine GrfLi lf an- bProtCharltj ReIid t4is ucabwere jamongourr catersMgndelyr t- Y f 01 I 1Y I 0tI TJ C OCt L Weare lflvoJclngthts week but are never too busy toiuow goats iDarnard s Co 1Jernard Co se 11 more and be tr ter Hosiery than any other stare tn- Hartfard Warner BT06NeYer RUt an Red itom Corsets at DaTDard CO No others like them For loaded shells the kind that kill birds can on U S carson He has about ten thousand for sale cheap MissMallsea May ol owensooro was tile guest of her sister Mrs AM- Itarnettneer town Satuiduy tulkl Sunday Mrs Jan B Wilson and son are spendthgg the bnlidays wlth Mrs Wil- sons mother Mrs Allen of Hawes- vlllc JudgvIJno D Wilson ot the firm of Wilson Gr11vespent MondAy in Ow- ensbcno I on legal business In Federal court Womens Skirts nicely cleaned and neatly pressed by Fred Robertson at the y M cf A building Give him a trial l I Judge W Taylor anti R T herSB1 city and WUillams Center town were among Cur callers Wednesday I Mr C E Smith junior edltot1 of- ttx Republican who with Ms wife has peen visiting at Mlltanzas bus return ed tome lrGrpgory Wedding after I1i weeks visit to lts parents Judge and Mrs I R R Wedding left for IndianaPOlis last Monday Misses Era Gardner and Mary Stewt art of Beaver Dam arrived Tuesday to be the GUests of Miss Ruth Riley for a few days Mr George NV White wba Is teach Ing school at Delta Bridge La Is spending the bolidays with his fam tly In Hartford Prot A P Taylor and family of- Owensboro j spent tie holidays with Mrs Taylors parents Mr and Mrs W D Render ci- Messrs Raymer Tinsley and Otto Martin who are attending State4 Un- lcrsly at Lexington arty spewing the hcUdays with their parents here- Mr J HaYden Pritchard and ODannon Ky visited Mrs W1fel ards parents Rev and Mrs Bennett from Friday until Monday Last I Petty the tailors prices Suits cleaned and pressed 76c Suits pressed 60c Skirt cleaned and pressed 60c to 200 SkIrt pressed 26c to 160 Overcoat cleaned said preSsed- 50c I and up Otber mork in proportion IMr Jobn Davis died at bas residence In Beaver Dam lass Sunday morning or infirmities incident to odd ago His remains were burled Monday In the family burying grounds near Pren tis I Mrs L P Loney Owensboro was the guest of 1Ir and Mrs D S Rhoads Btt1ver Darn Saturday and i Sunday Mrs Loney went from Dea Ver Dam to Centertdwn where she visited her mother Mrs Tichenor Young Misss Mary SmltJb Grace Ford Eunice Merlaw FordsvllleRuI Miller Edna Ford OwensbOw and Amy Holland 1Vbitesv111e who have been spending th4l tblidays wtlbl young Iss Nancy Ford will returiL home today The were enterttllnedl by i Dr and Mrs Ev Fort by a1t11aky party last evening Tobo TitCounty Baptist formerly published here by Rev N F Jon et has been taken over lJy the Daviess county Baptist published at Owens boro and edited by Rev E O Cot trel1 Hereafter the subscribers of the former will receive the Daviess County Baptist The December Issue contained a good likeness of Dr Jones asa front page feature Christmas tree entertJalnmenlta were held here Ise9 Tbursday nigbta the Methodist and Baptist churches and were m bi9njqyed by large crowds MrVlrgU Elgiq Jrl aoed tbtel part cI Sana Clausat the alexlLdlriao- hurcbm ant 1ic9TargesNance performed a like function at the Bacptlst church Many IltrtJe folJts were made glad by presents necelvai H John Atl3ennett af Franklin Itlr I be been quite ill ut malarial fevri Ism1rovlnog and willreturn tome sSOO1ilS he Is Glble ito tdavt the sapiWridm Mr Sanetb 1s the stm of MI and Mrs J C Bennetit- msrnal6btls Mr eIlnctlti s wlthtbee- blrlI erloiid Teleptlpao Telegraph ttVkhyland wtll return to rewmd a fetrweeks rec1p- eratti ewa was received ln HartJordes terday of the deat of Mrs Ever line Barnes at HerrlJl lllhiois Mrs Barnes was brtfe oD Mr A F Dameskwho died 1n t111a county about try ea 9h aamia sister of- Rev Jand WBS81y raold d he t e bac- kanthe bj1mnllIlak e 6CiI sourerii i i M- i11BTrbo t r aTr- Q Ji 1t 1 4i 2d o Aii Ar ys v Mr Stephen GrIgsby and Miss DOM Austin were united iu marriage nt tho home of tire brides parents in Hartt- ordm at 8 oclock P m Wednesday Rev A J Williams officiating Tire f bride had until recently been In the I employ of the Rough Rtver Telephone Cor hs operator in which capacity she served proficiently Mr Odgsby- is the son of Mr Alex Orlgijy and has many friends who wish him and prosperousfuture The dw e111ng house onn farm be jlonging to Pro Henry Leach was de by fire last Tuesday night It was occupied at the tlmo bylJr Lon rilo Sanderlur and family but the were spending the night awuy from flame and It Is not known how tile fire hisIhousaholdLeachs perxonaity effects were also last TJe house was n new two story frame and valued at 1000 CInsurance 60- 0drar Ad Hurt wire of Mr dstr Hurt died at her residence at Ilea vet Dam last Sunday night at 11 pclcck of tuberculosis after au illness of several months Her remains were Interred In the C1IO ICl1J cemetery Tuesday mtrnlng at Il odeck Mrs Hurt was the oldest daughter of Esq A S Anti who with his family fer north lived at Sulphur Springs tJJs county Besides her husband she leaves two children She was ru most estimable woman mudhl beloved by all who knew her and will be great ly hissed It- OlATON Dec 29Rev R W Oldham tilled- ihlaregularaplrolnGnentat Olaton Dap Sunday Bro Oldham assisted by Rev Lewis Voiles wlil begin protracted meeting here the second Sunday In January class In singing herebeglnufnp Saturday Mr and Mrs Henry Owens gave a pound party at their home In the country Onristmas night Quits a number from town attended and report a pleasant line 3tles Anlo Cannon of Owensbroro accompanied by the Mlesses Lynvh were the of the formers moth theuol1IdaysMr A N Wing Lettehfleld Is they guest of his mother Mrs Murtha Wing JI Mr S H Payton Canyl1e P Ytonjpresentisites lame will begin at once DrJ S Doan and wife tin ro mho guests of the formers parents Dr and MrsL D Bean of Hartford durIng the holidays llm I Hall and son Wilbur were Umo guests of DA Crlt Hall and famI fly Roslne Friday and Saturday s1 protracted meeting began nt Cedar Grove Monday night Mr and Mrs G W Daniel enter tamed quite a nuwbor of their friends at a Ohrlstrnas dinner Mr John Allen was called to the bedside of his rrother Mrs D C Allen nt RoilIne Monday liars Al- I lea is quite ill of pneumonia fever Trade during the holidays was very good bore and 1f we do not consider the slight disturbanro caused by about twenty men and some hall dozen guns we may consider it II quite time Tbose whoso fun was so great mIght tool very small to be called on iu court which would seem probable when we consider the danger taut others wore thrown 1n- CERALVO Dec 29Llttle Mhs Myrtle Garrett who tins been very sick for several weeks is better 6Iir Tom Dunham and Miss Fmtina- i Rowe were married at the brides home here December 24 Rev R D Bennett offlclaflng Mr Don Casebler and wife Lu zerne visited the family of Mir Gb- Casebler last week Mr LucianDonnis and family Cen tro City visited then family of Mrs DaTnntd recently Miss Mlahtle Hrlsley woo Is attending school at Hartford 1s gpending the holidays at home Mr D Rllelsley nnQ daughterMJss Nora were at the burial of his broth er Mr William Helsley flit Drakes bore Monday Mr John arhaneelor Is spending the holidays with ads parents here Sirs Dlanpliq Jones Is vl her sister Mra No a Mullen at Princeton Ind f Smith is vlltJng tn weekM lisa ben sick- fo4several week IsSmpmving very sv Notice to TTrlrstees The trustees of the listr1Ct schools will bet called to meet ln their re specttve divisions on or before Jan 2 to give a i esltmalteof the amount or funds neet sar to carry on reapecttve mcttoals next year Ittms- wlbo duty ofeeChc1ia1nna to caU these meetingupt once and be rQady- to J1eke IL fu1Frep6rtat this office SCsitIt lt t2f INDEPENDENT TO BACCn SUIT ffl D4 Result Will Have Wide Effect OR The Pooling Of Tobacco r Frankfort Ky Dec 2SWbat will Doubtless prove W orie of the most Interesting of too tobacco suits that Lavo been flied In tbjs county since the organlza1on of the Burley tcIbalCQ society Istlbat of It K larcum thli I American Society of Equity the laur- 1ey tobacco society the Franklin county board of control Wellington I Lee and Erneat Les wJlng business under the firm name Gf Lee Brothers TIJQ question involved Is whatiter or tJJbaccoIages from the organize ton refusing to deliver tie tdbacca ever to the lllr- clJaser The purchase of the tobacco tie was made before the Crreellus taw I went Into effect The amount of money involved In rho suss Is 1100 but the principle Is a big thing fort e tobacco men and ultmbers of tto organtzntton The facts In the case as alleged ill the petition are that Mr Combs pur chusod front Nr Marcum InriIWdm her of last year 11149 pounds or to bacco executing and delivering to hIm his four months note fcr 250 bear Ing tnterestt tlt 8 per cent made lray able rut the BlueSl1ss bank rf Midway This tobacc was stored In time Frank lln county warehouse elf the FrankltI county board of control Later Mr Combs purchased from InIfarm lOt Messrs Lee This crop was also in the llOOJ and the organization- would I not give it up lot cgsI 560 as thlithUs suit Is for CombsI RENDERI Wednesdayto R D Burton came In from Harrls- Ill last We to the I bolldaysICleaton were here Last Thursday Ilfessrs Wm Cargal and Dflyld Fish er went to LouIsville last Thursday drpl Ek Gwynn and son red went to OwlensborqIFtiday to spend the holidays AIr and Mrs SImon Jones held ari Xmas WOOding nnnlveroary dinner which was the 46 anniversary of their wedding Those of aU the relatives present were Mr and Mrs W P Sea t and children Daw son SprIngs Mr and Mrs M F Poore and children Mr and Mrs G F Rice and children Mr and Mrs Eo W Skegog and children bar and Mrs James SUC1llClIS and Miles Mary Jones of Central City Mr and Mrs T E Wood and chlldrenof Russell- vine Hiss TUlte Plurnrder of Swan ton JUh Wales Mr and Mrs Sam James Jr and ohidron Mr and- Mrs Joe James MId children lltiss- Lucye James and Mt Frs Sam James Srand Simon Stel 1emcf this place Miss Plummer WJO Es a talented pla not tgradu7ate flora tie London Royal Academy of muse furnished music A most enjoyable day was spent 3rr and Mrs 3tcDowell ot of Mercer SLntion wore here Saturday Mr and Mrs I1ardln Burden went to Horton Saturday abr and Mrs liywel Jones of Dovey Mine were here Sunday Wm F Jtohl of Linton Ind was here yesterday John S Spence went bird hunting near Ceotertown today Sam Filmore and dauhter Mss Frances has moved from here to Mercer Station MLs Iele Greer of ralwme Penn is tle guest of Mr and Mrs John- S Spence Miss Ice Hardie is home from Nashville Tenn during the holidays Heres to You Good People We take great pleasure In thank lug the public lrn general for yarn very liberal lutronaae during mho present year We have tried to make It a pleasure as well as or ycnl to trade wlt11 us and we cerxtnllnlr feel that our efforts heave not been In vain Wo hapo to contin ue to receive your patnonago for which we promise tl1 give best service possible We again thUnk you IS before for your business and wish lug you a htrppy prosperous New Yfar we remain Yours very trul1 JAMES LYONS 009TORIILBean theThi Kind lam have Always Bought SJgnatlllo fI pat o4et4sta1t4 reala ae aoI I ii I- il In Appreciation I Of the loyal support of our many I friends and customers which has made 1908 the most successful in our historywe extend our sincere iI thanks and wish each and all A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR IIhave not been here long but the WeI and substantial support we are II receiving the new customers we are I gaining make us believe that our I forts to sell good merchandise efI I give the customers a SQUARE DEAL I are apprecIated I Here is to a more prosperous 1909 for all of us onIBarnaiEI I TIlEI DRY IG000S MEN I Hartford Ky 1 F fJ r tI 0 1 l tI t I JL1 o AIIS f FREAK PAINTINGS t- ATlny Work of Art and Rosaa Tran formed HrplohordS- peclal1J prepared canvases and glld 14 frames arc not esndal to the soaking of great patntingz This has been demonstrated by the artists who kave painted masterpieces on scraps of board shellsJgralns of corn and the watts rooms prison cells Some or the most tamed art objects belong to the freak class The smallest painting In the world of dIstinctive merit was executed on the smooth side of a grain or corn by a Flemish artist On this limited sur face the artist painted In perfect de tall a mill a niftier with a sack or grain on his back a horse and cart and a group or several peasants standing In a road The largest picture ever painted is said to bo a panorama ot the 1lsslsI- Ilppl river executed by John Dnnnrd- nn artist who died In Wntertown S D In 3801 The gigantic canvas was twentytwo feet high and nearly two miles long It gave a detailed repre sentation or 2000 miles ot the Father WatersThe ot the old masters can Vases Is Murlllos Appearance or the Christ Child to St Anthony or rn dun The picture Is ten feet wide and eighteen feet high It Is related that a friend called on Snlvntor Rosa In Florence one day and found him playing on an old harpsichord The caller asked the artist why ho kept such n worthless Instru ment Why It Is not worth a scudol the friend said I will wager replied Rosa that it shall bo worth a thousand before you see It again A bet was made nosa Immediately painted a landscape on the lid that not only sold for 1000 scud but was ne counted a work ot great merit The celebrated St Johns Wood clique ot artists In London executed n series ot large frescoes In oil on the willis ot the studio or J E Hodgson one ot the members The paintings were begun In the winter ot 1S645 Shakespearean subjects were chosen and the figures were n little under life size When Uodgson moved from his studio nn unappreciative tenant covered the walls ot the room with brown wall paper completely hiding the paintings The frescoes were rediscovered by ac ddent forty years afterward and re storedKansas City Star A CHARITY PATIENT The Price He Had to Pay For Expert Surgical Treatment The famous surgeon Velpenu was visited ono day at his house during the consultation hour by a marquis renowned for his closeness Yelpenu Informed the marquis that an operation was urgent and that the tee would amount to 9000 francs At this the marquis made a wry face and left A fortnight later Dr Velpenu while mak- Ing his rounds In the IIopital de la- Charlte had his attention attracted by n face that seemed familiar to him In answer to his Inquiry It was stated that the patient was a footman or a nobleman In the Faubourg St Gu main The surgeon found that his case resembled In every particular the somewhat unusual one for which the marquis lmd consulted him a fortnight previously lIe retrained however from making any comments Three weeks after the operation when the dischargediDr to cure you There Is however u small formality with which you will have to comply before I can sign your exentthat Is you will have to sign n check for 10000 francs In behalf ot the public charity bureau ot your metropolitan district The patients face became livid You can do what you like about t continued the doctor but It you refuse nil Pltrls will know tomorrow that the Marquis de D adopted the disguise of a footman In order to secure tree treatment at this hospital and to usurp the place which belongs by right to a pauper Ot course the marquis pnldArgonaut The Storm Nose at Sea The picturesque nmue ot storm nose Gowltternase Is given In Germany to the wave of high barometric pressure which often precedes n storm or a heavy squall The barometer rises Hud grnduallyItresponsible for sudden changes In the level or the Hea Obserratlona on the seas surrounding Denmark have led to the concluRlon that the change ot level thus produced sometimes amounts to no less than three teetYouths Com panlon The Devil Knell DewsburySoothlllwhichexpiation of n murder mack Tom Is always rung on Christmas eve Its solemn tolling os It strikes the first tlipat exactly midnight is known allover Torksbiro os time devils knell It being the notion that when ChrIst was born the devil died London Standard UpDI11 having his boots polished In a hotelCon found It 301i tAke an abominably ng time about 1t ShoeblackYes sir It aint yourairf tti a a-laarwDo yonwish to find out the really publlmi Repeat the Lords Prayer Napoleon 1 An AwSwd Player In 1008 King James published his famous Book or Sports and thinking render the Presbyterian form of worship lees rigid ordered that certain or the sports therein commended should be played In the several chure i yards every Sunday at the close ot divine service John Ross n minister ot Dlalrgowrle adopted a novel method ot withstanding the royal ordinance Ue was a strong athletic man and seemed much Interested In the recreations enjoined by the monarch Foot ball was selected by the parishioners or Dlalrgowrlo from the list of Sun day games When the services or the church were completed Mr Ross appeared among his people In the churchyard and joined them In their sport None of the assemblage kicked more eagerly at the football than did tllll reverend Incumbent But constant misfortune seemed to attend him Ev ery kick missed the ball and tell heavy ly on the ankles or those who stood near Apologies were promptly ten dered and of course received though every Sunday many or the partshlon era returned home halting FInally It was agreed that on account or the ministers awkwardness the games should bo nbandoned Thus the Ingenious divine gained his end and prevented compliance with the obnoxious order Where Greek Met Greek The marble clock In the dining room had Just announced In mellow tones the hour ot 3 a m when the wIre ot the plumber nudged him and whls pered nervously Horace theres a burglar In the houses There Is hey7 answered the hus band now thoroughly awake Ill see about him With cunning stealth he got out of bed and tiptoed out ot the room For ten minutes no sound broke the awful stillness Then tho house shook with n crash There was a century ot sl fence Then a chair tell the front door slammed and a heavy bundle thumped down the front stairs and Into till streetThe terrIfied wife tainted to be brought back to consciousness by the voice ot her husband Its all right dear I threw him out he chuckled as he turned on the light But the scoundrel had only 410 In his clothesJudge OASTOaXABeers thetheKind You Have tlwajs Bought Blguturo 11 of The Seed of the Violet The common wld violet nnfl one of the most remarkable IllurtroGions of the care and nppar nt ore houghJt1 of nature in preserving u speCeS As everybody knows the violet groWS In the shade in pastures wocdsiand fields where the gms Is abundant and long It comes up tar in tone spring and flowers at a time when the grass Is most abundant and suc culent Ot course It is llabe Ito be cut down by the cythe but much more likely Is it to be 1IJlen olt IJy grazing animals The violets that rome in the spring etther do not seed at alt or very so that if the plant reliedlsPIITlnglY sprIng lowers for seed it would lydbably perish oft the earth In n very few ycttrs nut In tiO hoe rn1 the plant beaus at101her crop of blossoms that are never seen rave by tae profeeahonal botanist They ole vory small utterly insignificant in appearance and grow either Just at orbeow the surface ot the ground T91ece lire Ue flowels- which produce tile seeds for tie next season Tte flowers on long sems bloomIng In spring are only for stow the hidden flowers pore for use and the number of seeds thw hear maybe judged from tit oose whim wbica n wild violet bed spreads When the seeds are rIpe the tlOd ex ble distanrnoiten o ten or tweo feet distance often to ten or twelve feet from the parent plant so that In splte of its boasted modesty tile violet not only takes care of ieelf but beeons a troublesome aggressor Drop by drop the offensive discharge caused by Natal Catrlh falls from tile back ot time nose into the moat setting up an Inflammation that is likely to mean ChronjCBron chitis The most satisfactory remedy for Catarrh is Elys Cream Balm and the relief tnat follows even the first application cannot be tdldln words Do not offer a day longer from discomfOrt ot Nasal Gytarrb- Crum Balm Is sold by till druggists for GO cents or mulled by Ely Dros fiG Warren Street New York 5UltECUREf for All Diseases o- fSTOMACH LIVER KIDNEYS nAB COOKING IS DECIDED TO SL- No Excuse for Man to Leave Wife Judge Says he Must Eat Food Which isfset Be fore Him p It you iave n wire who doen know how to ecoit and who lets your sueak andlup tlenee until sho learlms 1w tb cook properly This was the decision or Recorder Lnzurtisn the Bayonne N J pollOP court in the WEe ot Andrew Sneby who was nrraned on complaint ot his wU who declared Andrew abandoned diner I admit that I went away from home Judge but I think I fund sufficient reason su4 Shelby You sce- my wife doesnt know how to cook WoJ1Pnever sIte got Fteok for my sup- ier she would place dt on tJtp faro about two oclock in the nfternQTi and let It 140 there until about MX oclockwhen 1 ot home You rte imagine what kind ot eating l Peaks that frizzles and flies for four hours lhrmtage 19 n loitery replied tIle Recorder and n man should taud by what fie draws I am going to- compel you Ito give your wife 1250 a week Take my advice Brave patience until sbe learns the art rlU Mrs Shelby said sl1e was arixiou9to learn to cook CASTORIAFor Infautl and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears rh- oSignature 100 Reward 100 The readers ot this paper will be please to earn that there Is rat least one dreadd disease that science has- been able to cure in nil its ebiges and toot is Gutarrp Halls Cwtarrlf Cure Is the only posttlve cure now kuown to the medical Itatornlty Catarrh 00 Ing a confrituUonal disease requires a constUuttonal treatment Balls Ca ta11h CUre Is taken tnternalynttind directly upon the blood and mueoussur face ot the systeim hereby destroying the foundation of the diserlseund giv Ing the patient strength by building up Ule constitution and aatating nil tore In doing its Work The vroprlet- ClnJ have so much ram in its cum VWJ powers that they offer Ono Hun dred Dollars for any case that It fails to cure Set d for list ot testimonials AUddreset F J OIIENEY CO Toledo O- Sold by Druggists 7fic Take Halls Family Phis for eoa- 6tipall0n i- N SEEDSBtaBEBS seEDS SUCCEED I SPECIAL OFFER Had te bIU stew ntae Atralwm mate you our permaoent customer Prize Co11ectlolr Ye tr t t 11 the YUle seelO AatCUAUANTEEn 1D aU Write today Mention this Paper l nHsE iiO CENTS yaJaooUocUGabI I IMekfuI It W RnrW1L 13sd U K tLSJIn I Paint 100 IPe Ebersons Zinc and ABbesto proportion of each doubly ground iI- I and driers make Good Paint Read ManufaSeattleI Z WAYNE GRIFFIN C r r 4 1 Sldom Wear Out Dr Miles DtiPain Pills relieve painnoto- nly once but us as jt is accessary to take them fanYpersons who suffer from chxonic ailments find in them a source Qf great relief from the suffering which they would other vise be compelled to endure Their soothing influence upon the nerVes strengthen rather than weaken them For this reason they sel dom lose their effective nessI 62 years old and have suffered for 42 years from nervous troubles rheumatism and neurnJgln palpitation of thE heart ehottness of breath sleeplessness and pain around the heart The Dr Miles AntlPalnPms have been a blessing to me I dont know what I should do without them and they are the onlY remedy I have ever used that either did not wear out In less time than I have been usIIng or else the Injurious were such that I world be obliged to cease their use DIRS S C ROBtNSON- h7 Carter St Chattanooga Tenn Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills are sold by thatthefalls he will return your money 2J doses 2J cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Iud 47Eft t5 T4 R50Betts theihtKind You Have tiwats Bought Signature lId4r THE VERY BESTS IttHave any of our readers seen n recent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice Thus obtained is enabled to produce Q paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being that liAs are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem poral rewards gained by righteous j living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unani mous verdict of its readers being liThe cleanest and best kamily Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to theENQUIRRR COMPANY Cincinnati 0 r Cent Pure IS 100 per tent pure and the exact l pure linseed oil with pure colors 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Counselors at Law J HARTFORD KY f The undersigned announce that they pracLiceoral with offices south side ot Meta I HartfordKy I affecting to Real Estate will bo given special attention Notary In office W U BARNES Mi I S A ANDERSON d to Free 4Iogrocop hIael4 IN ALL COUNTRIES SMymonf0Ilctatlrelywrite rjIU rata not spa YaILQ 101 heat 0 i WASHINGTON D C COUCHAND l i d WITH Dr Kiaegr I New DISCOVSTH8 JFOR CpU 1 AND ALL THROAT AND luNilTROUILEI t GtJAJLUfTuD 8A 0Z 1 xowr UJft1XDe rWTHAi tA WnrWe PATE finP4nMD4JeJpJoQto eoooeaMae 4 PscUoatPAeelNo au Y oa Iroftbl ey y aI10vfth r Mx 2 I N b ft t rwy n u + i1 i 1 r 1 r C fo- fTHn EiESOFJflPi to J s thei1ICIverest J Olin OF THEIR FOXY TRICKS h 1m Method by Which They Steal the i rhes Off the Women Vttt In the MoneyfI t Englishman entered a first class cariot ono of tho railroad trains tbnt riprun between Tokyo and Yokohama iJ tHe was a little red In the face and np i parently ruffled In temper He bad Just discovered that his pocket bad been picked In tbo station and be ex claimed bitterly against thieves In general and Japanese thieves In partlcu Jar Ah American who bad been engaged in Yokohama for a number of years i noticed the Englishmans quandary Turning round to me he said Our V 1 English friend seems a bit excited If pickedywhlltwoulstolon off his feet That Is clearly an Impossibility I laughed f I dont know about that he re turned It may not happen with our i western styo ot shoes button and J of lace but all tho same I have heard and I know 1C to be a fact that the Y sandals of Japanese havo been stolen i off their feet Well how Is It done I asked i Very simply ho answered Sup pose d Japanese woman who has a lacqueredtjatchiug a passing procession or a re o of priests In front ota temple Along comes an expert pickpocket or plckfoot I dont know which you want to call him His keen eyes fastened on tho ground dls cover those desirable clogs There upon he makes up his mind that ho wants them f tarf jji The first thing stie knows the own i 4 or of tho clogs feels an unpleasant sensation In her left foot Naturally r y she wants to stop It and quite me chanlcally and almost absently she clogiShe feels relieved Forgetting all about the Incident she becomes ab sorbed In the spectacle again Soon the Irritation crosses over to a situ liar spot in her right foot Absently i once more she slides her left soot out and begins to soothe the AItroublesome spot with her toes was responsible for the walked off with the irdtatiOn said r The rascal caused the n bit qt straw or wire returnedif would think that the mo- mentl tho foot of the victim touched the ground Its clog would be missed and the thief would run the chance I of being caught before tho second could be stolen Ob that Is one of the cleverest a parts of the trick explained my friend The thief comes supplied 1 iwith a pair of cheap wooden clogs J costing but a few sen and the owner 1 of the lacquered footgear goes away wlth them and never notices tho dif toojc Are Japanese thieves BO very clov a erthen1 I asked SomejI used to carry a handful of watch rings to fit into the stems of all sortie of watches that he might come by dis- honestlyI Once ho lifted a watch in Jr buttup n a eman sum moned The police to satisfy the vic tim insisted that every one in the a tralp show bis watch When the turn of the thief came bo drew out of hisI pocket the stolen timepiece and Its original possessor not recognizing it on account of Jho changed ring missed on easy chance to regain his property Itwas the same fellow I believe ho continued who managed by the expenditure of a llttlo money to have j namesjen arrested he gave one of these various names to the authorities The v police on looking up the record of the name given were unable to find any I black marks against it Thus he al managed to escape with tt light punlsumentMor his first offense com timesIfellows were as clever as another thief I heard about You know many of the 1 Japanese sleep on a sort of bed made tip on the floor called a teuton Well an old Japanese miser kept his money I In tho house concealed in a small I chest of drawers In the daytime he never took his eyes off his treasure and at night he hal his feuton pushed tightly against It so no robber could get at his money without awakening t Whim i For a long time a gang of thieves r V lied been puzzling their brains to find a way of stealing the hoard without x being detected Well on a certain 55 night One of them entered the house and gently little by little pulled the j bedon which the miser lay away from 4 the chest of drawers Then he quickly 1 t emptied the drawer of their cur A ttricy shoved the bed back to Its orig 1 jjV teal polt1nand made his escape gevpral days passed before the un r Srtanate miser detected JiJ loss r icagoNewexI I r- AFWlie ateptldem le the IrK at1rl I a k t0pf tJiootl critic Shakeepeare I r Nll l I 1 t t q o t VI r f I A Phonetic Purchase Tho late Henry Miller who was guide philosopher and friend to many boon lovers within a thousand miles of Now York was n most successful salesman One day he called on Collls P Huntlhgton and showed him a rare copy of a book There are two Tolumes of this said Mr Miller The other volume is In perfect order as you see this one Is You cannot possibly let them escape you for you know you have nothing like this in your library What Is the price asked the rail road king Seven hundred dollars said the bookman Those arc too valuable volumes for my library Mr Huntington ex claimed Mr Miller went back to his place and sent the books to Mr Hunting tons house with a bill for f00 Next day the railroad king sent for him Why did you send me those books he demanded sharply Because you bought them was the bookmans calm reply- I certainly did not cried the millionaire Oh yes you did answered Mr Miller Youll remember perfectly sall1I ry Harpers Weekly Books of Reference Newspaper editors like to answer questions addressed to them by their readcrslf they are not too hard and theydeem themselves as arbiters rather than as accessories to a mis demeanor when they are appealed to for Information to decide a bet But they wonder sometimes why certain questions are put to them for arbitra ment when the answers are to be found In one of three very accessible books an almanac a grammar and n small dictionary These are books of reference that libraryhoweverare but that they are sometimes dust with misuse or out of easy reach on a top shelf It is well to have an ol monnc a dictionary or an atlas handy newspaperUyreader will find his dally paper relates Bis early historical studies to present events and makes his touch with the world closer and more significant Get the habit New York Mall A Sporting Parson The inhibition of a hunting rector by his bishop reminds a correspondent that the Ilev Jack Russell the ta- mous west country sporting parson was once cited to appear before the bishop of Exeter to answer charges of neglecting his spiritual and parochial duties and he was also remonstrated with for keeping and following n pack of hounds The charges were proved unfounded and Russell refused to give up the sport which ho continued to pursue almost to the day of his death in 1883 at the ago of eighty eight Besides being an InsatlaWv hunter be was as his biographer pithily remarks a stanch supporter of Devonshire wrestlers an admirable gparrcr and an enthusiastic upholder of the virtues of Devonshire cider and cream And In the pulpit ho tried to reform conduct rather than to expound doctrine and was a stern denouncer of bad language strong drink and tho filthy habit of smok IngSt James Gazette Sarcasm In the Commons The reluctance of the house of commons to adjourn over Derby day re calls a story related of one of the Roman Catholic peers who took their seats some four or five years before the passage of the first reform bill aft er an exclusion of a century and a halt He gave notice that ona certain day be would make a certain motion whereupon there arose from his noble colleagues a general cry of Derby I The astonished novice named another day only to bo greeted with an equal ly unanimous expostulation of Oaks I At this he explained that he would theirIlordahlPswas that ho was not familiar with the list of saints days In the Anglican calendar Hit Glasses He came home in the small hours of the morning and his loving spouse confronted him with wrath In her eye and a telegram In her hand saying Hero is news that has been waiting for you since supper time He blinked looked wise and braced up against the batrack felt through his pockets murmuring I left my glasses down town Yes she replied with scathing irony but you brought the contents with you Not Grasping What a grasping fellow you are Hawkins Youve bothered me about this bill fifty times In ten days You wrong me Jarley Im not grasping Ive bothered you about the bill I admit but 2 havent been able to grasp anything yet I Found Him Guilty Counsel to the Jury The principal fault of the prisoner has been his unfortunate characteristic of putting faith in thieves and scoundrels of the basest description I have done The unhapy man In the dock puts implicit faith in you gentlemen of the jury She Had to MendeThem Bcnbam I believe In putting my best toot forward Mrs BenbamI- hiive noticed that your toe always goes right through your stocking New York Piers tv f iVj Ji t r Ct gar S taSv it to J i 1 l lr 1 THE WORD WINTER- Said I to Have Originally Indicated Wetness Not Coldness There is a prevailing Impression that there Is something in the word win ter that signifies cold and the season is usually associated with tho Idea of low temperature but where the word originated there was little of winter as we understand It while there was a great deal of moisture at the time the earth was nearest to the j sun so that it is not the temperature but the atmospheric condition that has given us the word The word winter as wo use it is found with but slight modifications in all the branches of the Aryan lane guages for the Idea of wetness asso elated with tho season was given to it before the Aryan family was divided If we go to the root of the word wo find wad with the signification of to well to wash out to moisten or make wet Our Aryan ancestors used that root to apply 4o all conditions of moisture and many words besides winter have grown out of it wet and water being among them This root wad Is in the Sanskrit as udan water AngloSaxon has woe ter and in Latin we have undo I wove from which we get our InunI dateOur Danish and Swedish cousins changed the w into a v and have vlnter In Icelandic It is votlr and the old high German has win tar and It is winter In German These four words are all from the Teutonic base wata which means wet So It has been moisture that ham been Indicated from the birth of the root on which all of the different words in a dozen languages have grown New York Herald CURIOUS FLORIDA HERB Red Plant Which Feeds Upon Ants and Other Insects Almost everybody knows there are such things ns Insectivorous or carniv orous plants but It is doubtful if ti nny know wo have any such plants grow ing right here In southern Florida Nevertheless there Is n plant or rat Ii er herb growing here which is really InsectivorousIt that on account of Its be- Ing extremely small It has escaped attention In fact It seems to have been overlooked by the botanists also as wo are unable to find It classed among the sensitive plants This Is an annual herb and the en tire plant Including the flowers is of a deep rich red color It rarely reach ed a height of more than three Inches and is never so broad The leaves arc Hpatulate when undisturbed and pre sent many small fibrIllae and secrete at their tips a tenacious fluid which la capable of holding the very small insects such as ants and tho like upon which it feeds When any of these get lodged in the fluid and disturb these flbrlllae the leaves slowly acquire a deep cut shape and sometimes curl completely up over their victim When they have absorbed the Insect they slowly recover their original shape leaving only the skeleton of the insect remainingThese grow on the very low Slat poor and sandy lands They ap pear in the late winter and early spring monthsPunta Gorda Fin Herald The Human TmperatureI Put to the test of the thermometer it appears that the normal tempera turo of tho body Is almost Invariable regardless of latitude or season Putting the bulb of the thermometer uu der the tongue of an Eskimo at tho frozen north or of a man under the blazing sun of tho tropics we find that In each case the body being In a state of health the temperature is about the same the difference not amounting to a degree We may say absolutely that the average normal temperature ot- a human bring is about 085 degrees F just may say that at sea level water bolls at 212 degrees F New York AmericanINow Peters said the teacher what is it makes the water of the seaIso 1 saltySalt sold Peters Nextl said the teacher What is it makes tho water of tho sea so salty1 Tho salty quality of the sea water answered Next Is duo to the admixture of a sufficient quantity of chloride of sodium to Impart to the aqueous fluid with which it commin gles a sallno flavor which is readily recognized by the organs of taste I Right Next said the teacher Go up onol Mutton Birds During six weeks every autumn tho 400 Inhabitants of the Australian Fur neaux Islands make enough to support themselves In Idleness the rest of the year They do tfils by catching thevery fat young mutton birds which tire hatched there In such num bers that tae flocks when they miI grate extend for miles They furnish food and oil which is used for lubri substltuto Making Bun Country CousinAre you sure I am m the Town Relative Who has had abut Sjnpugh of ID Well I have naked ni and thirtytwo passengerslnndthey- aUsay Yesi b I think youd better risk it London Telegraph If thou contlnuest t to take delight in beanalillvtPrtl horto lCvt wlthmolL 7 JI r tifJi 7Yer titnt4 1111 f 3It J 4 t if xr up A Good Qualification The mystery of tho negro mind It thePhilaored applicant for the position of but ler in a family living in one of tit fashionable suburbs of Philadelphia strove to Impress his would be em ployer with his entire fitness for the place Oh yes sub he said Is sholy well educated suh Is passed a civil gory ice examination Indeed responded the gentleman that Is very fine Im sure but I cant say that that will be of any par ticular value to mo In a butler NoT said the surprised applicant It shore Is strange how gemmons tastes do differ Now Mr Williams naming his former employer be say John one thing I deman is civil service to mah guests an he done gave me a zamlnatlon rl there suh an thats the trot Then the gentleman saw a great light He replied Yes you are qulto right John Civil service is a very important and rather unusual virtue so If you have passed that examination I think well consider you engaged A Mogul Hero Here Is a little vignette of unbar the first of the great moguls At eleven he succeeded to his kingdom of Ferghana Ills father was accidental ly killed and I says the boy Im mediately mounted In great haste and taking such followers as were at hand set out to secure my throne He sat seeded In holding it nearly lost It by trusting a traitor who was the best player at leapfrog he had ever seen and actually lost It by grasping at the possession of Samarkand Then came two years of wandering Then he got Ferghana again and lost it a second time by trying to snake Us Mongol soldiers restore their loot to the peasantry lad all this before ho was seventeen Thirtytwo years Inter In died the last scene being the most striking of all Isis darling son Humayun was desperately 111 Only some great sacrifice could save him said the doctor He entered tho chant ber walked round the bed three times saying On me be thy suffering and n few days afterward died London Spectator The Dogskln Wouldnt Go Round Hungary swarms with barristers It is the greatest ambition of the Hunga than peasant to make ono of his sons an advocate The son of n small farmer In the neighborhood of Budapest was sent by his father to the law school of that town but cither from lack of parts or tho necessary application he was plucked In the qualifying examina tionNot daring to return to the paternal abode empty handed otter all the mon ey that had been spent on his educa tion he conceived and executed the plan of forging a legal diploma The father was not however so ignorant as not to bo aware that push diplomas are always written on parchment kutyaber dogskin In Hungary Why is your certificate not made out on kutyaber asked tho old man The fact is father coolly replied the youth thero are more barristers than dogs in Hungary and so there Is not enough kutyabcr to make diplomas for us allLondon Answers Cams Dry Humor When the gallant Welsh captain David Gam was sent forward by Henry V to reconnoiter the French army before the battle of Aglncourt he found that the enemy outnumbered the English by about five to one Ills report to the king Is historic There are enough to bo killed enough to bo taken prisoners and enough to run away This quaint forecast of the result of the battle at once spread through the camp and doubtless every yeoman archer of the valiant company felt an inch taller We know that it was al most literally Justified by the event Poor Gams dry humor was equaled whileIprince London Standard Distilled Water Distilled water after having been exposed to the air is one of tho most salubrious of drinks Its dally use in measured quantities is helpful In- cases of dyspepsia and greatly assists the general functions of the body Ev ery largo steamer curries a water distilling apparatus by which sea water is made fresh In the days before steamers primitive distilling apparatus was used on warships and vessels car rying passengers A Postal Deficit Pa 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Bushel Hertfords Market Garden Jjjo Bushel Buckbees Lightning Express Jjxx Bushel Lettuce Radhk Tomato and a full line of Seeds Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices tot complete catalogue ot a and will quote prices MoneyWrite HW BUCKBEEl86s Bockl St REktsrd Sled Fstps Rsckfsr ft I r r I i Asa S if p u + t 1 a a easanrt Va C s churohJJr Holllo Elliott and Miss 07 Taylor wore united In mar Rev John P Tuck officiating JbridVTVWB pretty Irv white while regulaiShuXz Oharlto and tJllfton El e the attendants Tibe trio of lprerunted a pretty picture as Anyarohed to the hymenlal altar m jMuho Tuck utter a few ap eaorednesen atidsIlio contraottogpartilesare raembera tie first families ot the TayijntowB iTeThborbo6dk the bride beteg the daughter tko tele tfrirfyTBylor blitz trobtIttbq eon rid Mr Bud Elliotts a i iTv F 6 t+ r- u i 1 j rt r krto 1 f g n Io f Dg1 SC OOLDOC TOH J ai e Ignorance of Physicians oft the Eighteenth Century t 11 TORTURE FOR THE PATIENTS Every Ailment Beyond Diagnosis Was X Cussedaeia Fever and Pills Plas ten Burning and Bleeding Were the Regulation Remedies Tho proverb The remedy is wprso than the disease must have been coined in the eighteenth century when physicians treated their patients with a violence that bordered on assault and battery It was held that sickness was some kind of n demon that must be overcome by pills plasters bleeding and burning and If tho patient Incl dentally got the full effects of tho tor ture and died so much the worse for him Air and water were considered the most dangerous things for a sick person to have and his misguided demand for them was interpreted as a sign that ho should have still less Tho windows were shut and the cur talus of the four poster tightly drawn around the recumbent unfortunate gasping for breath If he burned with fever tho blankets were piled on him A desire for water meant that he could have none while a lack of appetite proved that he ought to be stuffed with food A bath was positively un thinkableThe results of breathing night air were accentuated by med- Ical writers says S G Tallentyro In the Cornhlll Magazine All air was bad but the night quality often prov ed fatal to young ladles of beauty fortune and great merit and to young gentlemen of parts and breeding One bold medico recommended that a bed chamber should be ventilatedIn the daytime Another dared to suggest that consumptives might benefit from sleeping in a pure atmosphere The rule for ablutions was hands often feet seldom head never but a physi clan far In advance of his age sur mised that Invalids might bathe their feet In warm wntt once a week and under extraordinary circumstances take a warm bath once n month Overeating and driving caused many of the diseases of the upper classes Montesquleu said that killed one halt of the dinnerI supper tho other half Every was the custom to pile the tabt with roast beef mutton capons boars heads pasties creams stuffingsapd mincemeats A fearful repast of twelve indigestible courses was brought on all together so that the diners knew what was expected of them A large break fast of small beer and meats preceded the gigantic midday meal when people enjoyed a Gargantuan gorge for three hours and spent two more in Falstaff ian potations After this the gentle men joined the women for a dish of tea in the drawing room and it was not long before tho whole party of hu man anacondas returned to the dining room for a supper on the cold rem nants of the dinner Amid this orgy of gluttony Walpole and Voltaire were distinguished for an abstinence that prolonged their lives Heavy drinking was universal and raroly reprimanded by medical men as by Dr Tronchln One Dr Chcyuej advised women not to tako a 19M bottle a day Anther aatligtltl wrote n popular tr the best winingmeans ot longevity was stated to bottle of wine at dinner and three giowe alter Those who followed such advice were In danger of being tiubbod temperance croaks A story Is told of the celebrated and con vlvlnl Dr Garth who was tipping bumpers at the Kit Kat club when re minded that his patients needed at tention Tis no matter said Garth already half seas over If I see them or not Nlue have such bad constitu tions that all the doctors in the world cant save them and the other six have such good that all the doctors in the world cant kill them A physician named Brown became the pet of fashionable women by nl ways prescribing pleasant remedies a glass of wine in the forenoon from time to time several glasses of port or punch after dinner till some enliv ening effect Is perceived from them Together with Inordinate quantities of liquor and food Dr Brown recom mended to his male patients the company of delightful young women One of the natural consequences of such an agreeable regimen vutts ti o gout for which jilghtoen b fadually high llvergved that thlsphenomenon Is clues liable for sudden changes In the powder t the sea Observations on th- An e surrounding Denmark have led to put conclusion that the change of love thus produced sometimes amounts l no less than three feet Youths Con imnlon a- the The Devils Knell tell Among the famous bells of hive bury Yorkshire England h aid known as Black Tom of B Q Oft horIIs always rung on Christmas caslon solemn tolling as it strikeses tort exactly midnight 4I the u over Yorkshire as the devll hue It being the notion that whe Duke xtorsStandard f 1dBaldheadedf boots polished in a hotel Confound you tako an abominably long til f about it ShoeblackYes sir It alh done so quick as when you as yon air cutl Londori TitBits pkkl4 V Ai1IItlDo you wish to find out the real sublime Repent the Lords Prayer Napoleon I r 4 r IJT M r+ I V to Cause of Car Sickness fWo Wood attributes end slcknete ito the nystagmus produced looking but of the car windows Lookout of k window and observe how- rAPidly tire telegraph poles lIt by ach one is soon and involuntarily sf61 Wed by the eyo until It Is opposite when the eye shifts to the one follow ing This Is true of near buildings Objects farther away seem to move slower and those very far off seem to be almost stationary until the whole landscape appears to be revolving round a common center The unconscious effort to take in everything produces a rapid lateral oscillation of the eyeballs as any one can observe by watching the eyes of his fellow passengers The eye strain is enormous and is the chief factor in producing car sickness This can bo proved by asking a patient who is subject to car sickness to look steadily at a mirror which Is moved rapidly to and fro or tilted backward and forward He will Immediately complain of nausea and vertigo The treatment consists of advising the patient to avoid looking out of the car windows and In giving him a grain of cltrated caffeine shortly before he takes the cars and repeating it every hour as long as there Is any tendency to be sick The author has been en abled by this procedure to relieve many sufferers from car sickness New York Medical Journal The Ships Bell Clock In its most ordinary form the ships bell clock is a stout well mnde clock a good timekeeper contained in a round nickel plated case six or seven inches in diameter which is mounted on a board that can be hung on or screwed to a wall or bulkhead The face of the clock the dial is of finished steel and Its pointers are of blued steel so that with its nickeled case the whole clock has a metallic solid serviceable look Attached to a projection of the board upoti which the clock Is placed out side the clock and immediately below it is the clocks gong with the ham mers there are two of them brought down Into it on arms extending through an opening In the clocks case nnd striking on the gongs inner side It is a sturdy gong two or three Inches In diameter and It sounds with a strong clear resolute note when the hamper strikes 1t On this clocks face you can tell the time In the usual way but the hours are struck as they at sea on a ships bellNew York Iare Fresh There was no doubt about It lie was very angry when he entered the yJjUjRe grocery store and demanded toil tha woprIetor- You soTS ny wife some eggs yesterday Mr Pcalifc he said when the grocer appeare Waal yes a Mr Peavey genially believe I did And you told h that they were fresh eggs continued e visitor Waal yes it seem me I did said Mr Peavey But see here reaiyou bad no business to say they fl e fresh eggs Why not I bo ht em for fresh from 81 WtoHfco I dont Jt fieve It SI Wileys an hones wan- Wyh Bl said It all right lIe conic Inhere with his basket full of em and tem down on the counter and trad ed em oft for a box of sody biscuits When was this Oh I dunno Bout six weeks ugo I guessBaltimoreAmericanHow A ragman who was gathering up wornout Clothing In the country pur chased a discarded trousers at a farmhouse and remarked to the man of the house as he paid for tho stun be had bought- I see sir that you are about to lose your land on a mortgage Guess you are right said the discouraged looking farmer but will you tell me how tho Sam Hill you found that out Easy enough said the cheerful ragman as he settled back on the seat of his peddling wagon I notice that playedoutdown on Is concerned but they show mighty little wear anywhere else Exchange Just His Luck William Freddie Informs me that his teacher has decided to advance him from the sixth to the seventh grade owing to his tine deportment and his nraljeworthy attention to his studies Pshawl Thats Just my luck Why what makes you say that I1 bad It all figured out that I was olng to be about 10 ahead at the end ot this month Now it will be neces sary to buy n new set of schoolbooks Chicago necordHcrald The Invisible Point It was an awfully bid joke but the American thought it might cause his English friend to generate a smile Just before I sailed for Liverpool said the American I dreamed that 1 was dead and the heat woko me up 801 rejoined the Englishman serl ously The weather must be beastly hot In America Chicago sews Luck Do you believe there Is anything in luck asked the young man Yes answered the home grown philosopher There is a lot of lutellb genre and perseverance in ItExchange vr In Saxonyno one Is permittedto horscsUnless bo has passedIt examination and proves operlY qualifiedroe EATING TOO MUCH4r i ce Overnutrltlon Is Just as Hrmfui Malnutrition it la an acknowledged fastthat air most every soul of us eats too much The dlgestvo organs are constantly overtrained and finally weakened When wisely followed the practice of fasting can be most beneficial Aa ox pert on the food question has said that one should rise from the table with the feeling of hunger which Is an ex perience known to very few of us On tho contrary the majority of pew pie leave the board with a sense of burden which only an hours siesta can alleviate This Is not so much owing to the fact that the food Is un commonly rich for the rule of the slmpl life obtains now In the fash ionable cuisine but It isthe quantity taken There la a large community at the present moment which fasts from breakfast time till dinner at ulgfit It Is n question If It Is wise to leaVe the stomach entirely without food during all those hours but there is no ques tion that the lighter too lunch taken the betted will be the health of the Individual By nlIgbt lunch In this Instance Is meant what most people would not call a lunch at aUthatls to say a few crackers with cheese a much maligned article of diet a few nuts and ablt of fruit or a cup of cocoa with dry toast Such a feast prevents the rovingfor food and in no way taxes the digestive or gans Overnutrltlon Is just as harm ful aa malnutrition and is far more frequently the cause of maladies With judicious fasting the system re covers Its lost tone and mental workers would find that the brain worked with surprising lightness for the brain Is one of the chief sufferers from over eatlng New York American BRITISH PRINCES Very Different From the King In Exemption From Laws l So privileged Is the king of England In his exemption from any and every law that one would naturally expect his children might do pretty much as they like But Englishmen have al ways been very jealous of royal per souiiges and the fact is that princes enjoy very few privileges indeed A prlnco of the royal blood may be fined like any ordinary mortal if his motor cur exceeds the legal limit of speed The Prince of Wales cannot be sued personally for debt If the debt Is not paid the creditor may take out a summons but ho must summon the treas urer not the prlnco If the case goes against the treasurer the money is paid out of the princes assets No child of the king whp is under twenty five can marry without the kings consent Supposing however a prince over twentY vedeslred to marry and the king refused his consent then the prince could give notice of his in tention to the privy council After that he would have to restrain his patience for a whole year It during that time either the house of lords or the house of commons disapproved of the mar tinge It could not take place But if both houses of parliament were satis ned the prince could marry the woman of his choice A prince has not even the right to edu cate his own children for it was long ago laid down that the king has the core and education of his grandchil dren while they are minors London TelegraphThe New York Idea Little boy Huh Do you know where Broadway s1 Say wot youse take me forrWell where is it 1ltnowJjYesoTell me how to get there from here Aw youse know bow I do not 1 am a stranger 1 havent the least Idea where it Isi Quit yer klddln WheroIsDroadwayGwan This way or that way Yer atrlngln me Will you tell ma where Broadway Is1 Hey Jimmy heres a guy wet set he dont know whore Broadway IsT New York Times The Brakeman Advice Down In Maine Is a town called Burulmm situated on a small branch railroad that joins the main line at Burnhnm Junction One day at the train approached the latter place the brakeman entered the car and in his usual stentorian tones went through his regular rigmarole when a station and junction are reached Burnham Junction the shouted Burnhatri Junction Change cars for Buruhamt Leave no articles In the earl Burnam Burn9mrLlppin cotts The Other Course Solicitor And I am sure you will find madam that this Is the liltcourse to adopt in the event of friendly letter falling to produce theIeffect we desire Client Yes I Mr JoafcJ IW cannot get wbq want by=falr TncansT must put the matter unreservedly into your hands Punch The Magnet Yes she advertised for a husband and got 2700 replies Graplous She must have advertised herself as very beautiful No she didnt She just said she CityIndependent 11 There Is no substitute for thorough going ardent and sincere earnestness Dickens 4 tilJ f Hotel Grafters The pr6prletobn btthe largest hotels in New York speaking of the uses ihflclSliy notipaylng customers of his housus91do iinrtal guest a fern days fagot We bsttd Slarge numberof patrons jrroin wlfdnV we never Collect a cent although w6 have no such thing as a free list They come here in the morning pick upn castofl pa per which they read keeping an eye open for another which they grab aa soon as it is dropped After reading awhile they stand at the ticker often giving 16ng lectures to their fellowBoh financial conditions and stock possl bilities The overcoat becomes burden some and it is taken to the check room where its owner knows It will be perfectly safe Then It they can tear themselves from the ticker let ters pre written on our stationery They do not use our telephones be cause we charge an extra B cents for the but they carry home matches toothpicks blank cards and blotters and use tip tho soap In out lavatories They also tike generous nibbles of the cheese and crackers in the Cafe The strangest part rpf nil is this that the majority of this kclass are well to do and highly respectable and on that account we do not shut them out New York Tribune i The Sleeping Sickness The terrible sleeping sickness of tropical Africa is discussed at length in ah article in Popular Mechanics The disease which long baffled scien tists is spread by the tsetse fly n bloodsucking day flying Insect On the approach of either man or animal at a river crossing In the densest forest tho victim is soon scented out by the fly if there is one in the vicinity and then either silently or with a peevish buzz it makes stralrlit for the most accessible spot and gives its stab The usual course of the disease is from four to eight months At the outset there are headache a feverish condlton lassitude and a correspond ing disinclination to work The facial aspect changes and n previously happy and Intelligent looking negro becomes instead dull heavy and apathetic Later tremor in tho tongue develops speech is uncertain and mumbling walk shuffling and progressive weak ness drowsiness and oblivion to his surroundings afflict the sufferer The last stage is marked by extreme ema elation and a coma deepening into death Cause of Fatty Heart Tho great danger from obesity lies in the liability of the fat to invade the cellular elements of the body especially the muscles This produces fatty degeneration of the muscular tissues which greatly weakens and Impairs their functional activity When the fat invades the tissues of tho heart muscles the disease known as fatty degeneration of the heart results and the patient Is In serious danger Whenever a slight additional strain upon the circulation results from undue exer else excitement or other cause the muscles interfere with the hearts ac tion and it Is liable to cease beating Anaemia and hysteria often are accom paniments of obesity Because of the Increased weight and difficulty of moving about such patients are pre vented from taking an ordinary amount of exercise Often too there are a lassitude and a positive dislike for muscular exertion of any klnd What to Eat From Medicine to the Drama The earlier part of Vlctorlen Bar dous career was beset with many trials and difficulties His parents wished him to take up a medical ca reer and he began his studies with some zeal The love of the drama however was far greater than the Jovo of tho pill xjx and in the Inter val of the other work Sardou was busy upon a play Life was a strUg- gle for him for he had little money though he managed to get journalistic work to supplement his more slender income His first play was a failure and Sardon rushed from the theater vowing never to enter one again Etc fell seriously III was nursed back to health by Mile de Brecourt an ac tress who lived on a floor below and from that time his fortune was made FriendNeed About half an hour had been expended by the bashful young man In a series of advances and retreats and little Johnnys cramped position be hind the sofa was becoming some what painful I wish I dared tho young man commenced on a new attack when the couplo were electrified by an impatient exclamation behind them Aw make a break Shes dead easy 1 Brooklyn Life I Literary irrigation Ydurrlatest novel seems very dry said the reader of the publishing house to the young but rising author I was pretty sure you would say that rejoined tho author Conse qucntly if you will count them you will find the heroine weeps real tears on just 253 p gesof my story Clove land Plain nniir foq In elstent HowellRow an inconsistent fellow Powell T right be would tell you take all hiltI me you wanted and then have you i estcd for steal Ing his watch New k Press Op n The slpgle snowflak oaree for In But a whole day wflakes who does not car if i lute 5plnlon ja weak but public is almost omnipotent + t A Wolfskin makes the best parchment v ar tv II I I Ll f r4 s i na 4a f kr r It ji J k 49081909 he I 7 j t I Iif P5 As we close business for the year 19d8 and enter on the yeartv 1909we want to thank our stQIIiersfor their liberal ppatrona- ge during the year just ended t It has been our desire always to give our customers full 100 cents worth of Merchandise for every 1 spent with us In this we ate confident we have succeeded I We have reason to be grateful and in a thankful mood as our business shows a steady gain fromI JIII the beginning to the present t thughw have just gone through M with one of the worst panics of all 1 panics our business shows a mark ed increase over any previous year This certainly makes us feel M proudand now as we enter the new year we again want to thank our many customers for their lib T eral patronage and ask a continkuance of same throughout the year 1909 Believe us to be friendsM Co 1 roI INCOnrOHATKD 11 L 00i 1 DI I Jeft Missionary Conference Missionary Conference at Deaver Dam KyJan 1113 1909 Monday Afternoon Jan 11 200HDev tlOMal Cervices 225TCbTlstlan IndobtedmssG B Overton ChrJstlanAsseta 240i TiM Individual Christian R H Hartford 3002 The Local Churdhf E R Bennett 8203 The Pastoral CbnrgeJO Smltbbon 3404 The District Virgil Elgin 400 General Discussion 430 Adjournment 7OQ DavaBonal Services Goodaon Con Miss SecyeTuesday Morning Jan 12 S30Devottana4Scrtvloosti tested 1 By UMOupwl Tirritorjv 2 By Atwdpqurto forces tad Equipment WC Has ApatlrynJ T Da ldonbrenuKt L b4 RomedyjC Hanltord 106o hri tlsn AcliftVoment H Young 0 J102Qdi4atit AmbltlonrEvaago lzatlon of thie World in ttJa Gone rationEiF CWodsbn aO4Qrirlstian AssurancerWe can doillt wewlllKN Coffmaa 1100ClatianAgrecmentWo can dlo It and wrce7 will Jep C Jofonsom 1120 Ctrtetton Adrantectoent In Owcnsboro plafrict n revival la ov cry ctiuichviasg stnetu Jn full awl dollars for district cithU rdrolgn1- tUS8fon V IF QilnbnIIBt Miss Evangelist l1 GenrrAlDlscvasl p rj200Adjournmentittesdwy lJan 12 2 00=D onal Exellclscs- 230 =Chistlan Btevya hfltiW F Hayes p341oI1aoollanoous 4ao lugetq f cc- R OO =Devjraanal Services 720Adder 4Itl5aytnepe M1slon any Movement 3 Phillips Conf Lay LeaderrV z rr v ICommissioners SAle Butler- Ctrcui f v Court W A Newton L iE ttPlalntdfk VB Q W Lynch Eto Deft Yi I Tirllt purauant to a judgmentant ggre t aaieoflhitBdtier iCkcult Coots ii 1iOT ke 4th day tJa 19Q9 a 9 Fr t V same being County Court day fq t Ohio county at the court house door in Hartford Ky sell at publl auction to the highest and best bidder the following property towIt One house and lot In the town of Rockport Ky Said lot js founded V- as follows Beginning at a stake at the South East corner of a lot at i a stake in Long Street thence North 10 West 75 feet and 8 Inches to a i stake corner to D F Glbbe store house lot thence West 10 South wit the line of the store house lot 13 feet to a stake on Main Street thencf South 10 East with Main Street 76 t feet and 8 inches to a stake thence East 10 North 132 feet to the beginning Same being the lot upon which the Rockport Hotel IB situated Alsq a lot of furniture and fixtures contained in said hotel Said property will be sold to pay a debt Interest sand cost amounting to 326550 and will be sold on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved personal security bearing Interest from date with lien retained G V WILLIS M C B C C OA TO 3E1I A Bar tieThe Kind lot Han Mw1i3 Bed b1 J Slgnttnro n- BA ct G v TFORD COLLEGE Third Term Opens Jan 4 1909 Board 250 and 275- A per Week j speclA class will be organized 4the t tganized J meet the demands ot totjse fcfeeMrjg a good education in addition to tier- egular work lIt P dagbgy lectures will be given on drgdnjzatjen t dasaificatlohgrdJatlon mapgsement- and discipline of a school rof abda t Mrs Gray will be In chajg pf most of the cloaeee for teachers IMr Law 1 fence Gary an experienced teacher 1 UniversttY1a8trear t 1 K ntucky has been ployaed toassist in the collegiate depM men j For catalogue and Information Wi duesr + wROF LN GRAJTt t t8 + Hartford Ky r 4 I