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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5 tyr4 1 I I 1 4 v R tf tj 0 Rtptt T hIlcau t r Fine Job Work DEVOtED TO THE INTERESTS OP ALL TIIE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription I per Yeard pO 0 t T L XfII HARTFORD ONTO COUNTyIYulFRIDAY JANUARY 29 1909 No 28 ri R PURE SEED FOR x i THE FARMERS t IIs the Aim of State Agri culture Commissioner He May publish the Name of the Fake Dealers as Warning- to Purchasers t a Adulteration at farm swd la 4o be i mode a special subject for dnvestlga w tlon by M C Rankin conunlsEtonoro agriculture and he may adopttfao ox pedlent of publishing the names of on firms which are caught seJlingwe of i any kind tu whtch there are adulterants or which may contain toe sec l of weeds Ho is going to conduct n vigorous campaign to stop the impost tion under tithe burden of which the tamers ere now growing wry find believes tbat be can help the farmersI materially One Banner wrote An Mr Rankin telling him that lie had bought sons seed Wheat which was not whipped until just before the time for BOW Ing When tho wheat grew It was found to contain about 10 per cent of jjliild onions No miller will buy wheat contains onions as no machine has yet been invented which wlUsep1 f amte the onions from trite wheat and tho weed would make tho flour taste i Time tanner who toougH the seed lost V practically his entire crop find hi- V writes to the commissioner to know 6iC something cannot be done about it Mr Rankin says he intends to see thud f something is done bout it and ho Is going to consult the nttorney genera to see what he can do to punish the firm whdch sold that particular wheat Ho is going alter other dealers who supply the farmers with bad seed corn Many letters from farmers over the elate are being received by Mr Ran 1 t congratulating hIm on the move wnt which he bas elarted dot better seed corn for the farmers of the etate and they nH say that the prospects are r that by the oMsdbuUon of tho high grade corn tho farms of tie state mail be made to yield much Wger crops Mr Rankini believes that he can edu- f cate the formers to the use of only highgrade seed cortnond if they wil- lpuse Id only dills they will greatly im lb prove tho average crop nod win also be better ablej to find a market foi thor products General Hewitt Dead Gen Lafayette Hewitt a famous Confederate coldier and until recent ly president otU1 State NIl onal Bamk of Frankfort died at tils tome x thiore at 11 oclock Tuesday hlgHnteeed slxty tlve years His death was due jl to sickness brought on by Ma ad- vancedt age and he had been ill for several weeks General HenvitiL was a native of Hardin county and spent most of bJs boyhood years at EMzabctiitown He was for a tong mime principal of he academy la that town Curing tho Civil War he took tho side of the South and offoredi his Berv- icels to the Confederacy In December 1861 iho was appototed Assdstant Aid jutent General with the rank of Cap- Ut n avid parttoipatod In tiLe tntstlee of Jackson Chlckamailga and the various other oogagementa of dho first Kentucky BrIgadeIFarmers Club Meeting Commonwealth of Kentucky State Board of Agrioulture Forestry Immi gration Whereas it appears that no meeting was held by a Farmers Club in and for the county of Ohio on Saturday January J6 1909 la pur suanoe of a call Issued by this of ice on a previous date to wit Jan 1jJ ry 24909 calling all farmers clubs iho state to meeton January 1619I fOr the purpose oC eelectlnir a dele 4 gate to the state Farmers institu i te io be bekt on Feonmry 24 25 and 26 anllr It further appearing that no regu 5 1g has been held at all Inc o Wco for purpose and j WbereaB quite a number of the- mIHbete ofsaidOlub have asked that a aseeUDg Of said Club be calved la i tamcopy tbo regularly re ilreI State Institute t- fI tore la coanfltMioa with p ertdi uesM and 1b7vJrue ot sajr r offIees l a meeag c 1 i era l t7w1 at Tioelisrrlh 4TSlo r keaxcfi- yt JlI t q t i t p nt t J c- It t on Saturday January CO 1909 at 13 al- delegate p m for the purpoSe of selecting to talA State Institute tob held at EQJzabetbtawn Kentucky on said dates t Witness my hand this 25 day or January 1909 M C RANKIN Chairman State Board of Agriculture Forestry Immigration and I Commissioner of Agriculture Labor and Statistics IMrs Julia Kirby Dead Died at her home near NUll ws bhls county on the 19tlh inst of dls eases Incident to old age Mrs JuM Kirby Funeral was proaotd by Rev Duncan at the Oak Grove church at 20th dnst after whet her reinlalnc were interred tn the Mt Vernior cftureh cemetery Tike deceased wJI was ninety years seven jntoutfcs mud ono day old toad bOOn a fattibfu member of the M E church South txavingljolnddCJt ageTb decebeea leaves one son Eu gene Kirby of Narrows and throe daughters Mrs GoJumbta Allen Nar rows Mrs D M Hacker CorWn and Mrs Geraldlna HInes of Rbckfrart MAY STEP UP TO- SUPREME BENCH Tip That Gov Willson May Land the Place as Harlansr Successor Frankfort Ky Jan 25OOv Au gustus E Wlllfion for a place on the I Supremo bench to succeed Justice John M Harlan This is the laito t political tip whch is going through tho Frankfort poUyqal grophotd and it is said to bo practically a cer tainty that Jusdco Harlan wdll re tire in December and President Taft will appoint Gov Willson as his suc cessor If the resignation of Gov fenjsojkJBL tiled after December 10 of tho present year Lieut Gov Wil liars H Cox would succeed him as Governor and serve the remaining two years of tine him If the appointment should be made prior to that time another election for Governor would have to be held and the Democrats would have a chance to elect a Governor who would be the only Demo crat of the State officials Tiwo trips to Washington recently and the trip to Atlanta where he- met Judge Taft combined with the recent visit of Justice Harlan who is a lifelong friend of Gov Willson have given rise to the story Jhat Judge Taft wilt appoint Gov Will son to n place on the Supreme bench and that Justice Harlan who is past tho age limit will retire and give way to hIs Intimate personal friend Justice Harlan at the time of his visit here said he had no intention of ruining but It is staid by tihose who pick Gov Willson as a Justice of the Supremo Court that Justice Harbin would change this mind if line President would agree to appoint Coy Willflon Fiscal Court Indicted The Franklin county grand Jury one day this week returned an rndtatBnent against the Franklin county l- Count for falling to publish a flnnm cial Ettemetnit of the condition of toe county This statute is very plain upon thIs question and is madatory It llreots that each year tho Fiscal Court of each county shall publish fa u newspaper of general circulation a complete statement giving the 1ift- of claims allowed by Items it does not meant that it may bo done la a condensed form but each Rein must appear so that tho public may know uhait disposition has been made of Cbo finances Everitt Was Excited J A Ever former piealdeml of the American Society of Equity was appreotlY80mewhatexcltedwhen ho losedi tots speech test Friday as he seems to haveorrlednffa Volume of Kentucky Reports belonging to cult Clerk S W Bedford MrjWed ford hoe received the book by express from the office of DpVtoDate FannipB The book tied the name of Mat Bed roD the fly teat mtr ftbe Sack and a requeet that no one take It from the oourthouae It to uppoed tbat R bttdllig Mp Il Vrholn and ezhl ito wh4di Dd 9aapti kit taut mMr- a acddertUV 16a0 aaSkni ooh rtiMa nn c 1 i ltZ t i 1 F n t H- 7 Patrick OSulllvan the eminent Pianist will enter ain the people of IIGItrornown coinpocJtlon The press of foreign nations spevk in the highest of this Muical artist note termsI of their utterances JJECKLENBURGISCHE ZETTUNG Mr Patrick OSulJivau deinonstrit ed to us1 his ability as composer and Plano virtuoso His compositions were well received pxt ilcuarly tho Call of Spring Tho pretentious pieces gav hteian oppoltfinUyto show his tech nic and power and to draw forth won der at his soulful expression- A special enjoyment was afforded by tho accompaniments of the songs which were rendered with much S ANTITRUST LAW STILL IN EFFECT But Kentucky Farmers Can Pool Their Crops Says Appellate Court Frankfort Ky Jan 261 Tho case of tho Commonwealth vs Invternatilon al Harvester Company from Haidin outJCy was affirmed by the Court of Appeals but on the ground that the ndlotment failed to state that the rateraaiUIocial Harvester Company had enhanced the value of tits machinery above Its real value Tho company claimed that the not of 1890 known as the nnitl trust not was in effect repealed by the act of 1906 which permitted farmers to pool their products The lower court sustained a demurrer to the indictment on the grounds tint a dlecrhndntUion was worked agnlnat the harvester company by the BUt of 1906Judge ORear in G lengthy opinion says It was proper to have eustoln ed tho demurrer to tho Indictment but not upon 1I1iegrounds That the not of 1906 was ia conflict with the act of 1890 Judge Barker Laeedng and Hobson dissent from ithe opinion The effect of the decision is that he farmers can combine to get hotter prices for tihclr products but rp1ufacurorstrortaor combinee iauv noli unite to enhance ithe price d- an article above its real value nor to depreciate an article below tin real valueI1In Memory- On Thursday morning January 21 the death angel mane with burrled wlneand claimed for H one Mrs rena Hill she was 20 years old and ma a good Christian and was loved by those that knew her Sao Was Shewenears ago andloavpearIlusbaad baby broer a host of friend to inouraJMr lose- kurbead brol ierg and- tqa tIIf bri kte ul m dear wtZe sail Ma- m t a 11 warmth nnd artistic feeling Icy the Etude by Liszt much waS expected well of him lie socd zhe It ta IIlty BERLINER UORSBNCOlRIER As composer and pianist Patrick OSullivan concertlzed in the Oberllclit seal of the Philharmonic A eonaji for violin and piano displayed in its three movements a thorough understanding of formal structure as ales a natural flow of musical thought Tho second movement with its schoerzollko middle part Impressed the Ali iencorniOfcrt Of the piano cumbers played by the artist 1 listened to a number of Chopins composi tions which he played with acknow ledged rose and taste ter but God knows bolt Pho has just fallen Ktdcep sane ia waiting your coming Muy God help you to ro live that when the summons comes you may not make an unbioken tuiinily around the throne or God The pearly gates Men opened And the gente voice eald come And with farewell umspokened Words she calmly entered hom i L R Hartford lDof E 604 Every man who thus ever been u member of Haitford local A S of E No 601 are earnestly request to meet at the office of Judge W U Tayior aft 2 oclock p in Saturday February 6 1909 Business men tanners MId all who are In terested in the success of the farmers whether you are now members of tho American Soslety of Equi ty are likewise urged to attend The purpose of he meeting is to revive tho slumbering spirit ottshe local pay duet for the year 1909 eJect offi cers tar the year landflo promiote teenu allty among the people Attention T RaisersOwing to the crowded coudJOloii of the Hartford tobacco warn Leute and the wet tobacco which we have been receiving the post week we have heon compelodi to suspend reoeivlrte un mil further notice IMPERIAL TOBACCO CO By TOM BARREN Jftsnager Mr D S Duncan Injuried Mr D 6 Duncan of Greenvdlfc formerly of McHenry met wldhl a very painful If mot tc seiifctus acci dent mmr Luzerne test TiUursdaSyi nf terniooim Ho wa returning from Gm jim Mines to Luzerne anti JIB bbn fell thrling him Olbp fall rendered Mm unconscious The bbrse comb on to Luzorne and a party p friends smarted Bit AOCO to look for bttn Af ter searching for qqmo tSmo fco was found on Abe eidie f the rttoili cod wfea tatoni to K Iblduse meanby toU a- oomweyanewtas procured bJnkl ho was token to bla reeidcnpq in Greeovllla titet evening bat did njot reaaini coifs dushrse iQjaUl Friday BX rnl gBJnlw WhSoh ttoieiba fijaa bfexihi l Im proving sM when last heit4roni yflBteiday rtt ibXiuibiwtdrbe b tco1 frt w T1- l DASL t t CRIED OVER- RANKINS MURDER Did Night Rider Being Tried For the Offense Ed Marshall Tells His Own Pa thetic Story on the Wit ness Stand Union City Tenn Jan 20 Nervously rubbing his hands Ed Marshal on trial for complicity in the murder of Capt Qucnten RankIn tea illled thls aftornoon in his own be ta Tec court uowavaurt been almost dtered earlier in Ube day but within a few minutes after Marshall began tote 1 his story every sent was taken and soon the larger crowd that has fttonded any of the trial was breath lessly listening to every word uttered Subjected to a rigid crossexamina tion the witness several times became confused and contradicted himself He said that he first saw the night riders lat summer when they came to his house and gave him some orders Later ho was told that unless he Joined them ho and his wife and ba- Il would be killed and his property burned He went with Red PtonJon sentenced to hang to the rendezvous and took the oath He met with them a number of times but staunchly denied participating In any crime He knew very few of tho band and could not be positive who the leader was Ho had been told that the leader was Fehrlnger y At Walnut Log becoming convinced that Col Taylor and Capt Rankin were to be killed he pleaded with the leader to save their lives Flailing in this she mounted his torso and rode away before the firing began- I was sobbing said he and if Col Taylor knew what I did for him ho woud embrace me now noWIl8 still on the stand when court adjourned nnd his crossexamln1 tlon will continue tomorrow- In the first night rider trial Ben McMurray testified that he saw Ed Murtball at homo on the night of the murder thereby contradicting FehrIng er The same witness stated on the stand this afternoon that ho perjured himself then nnd that he was told by Marshall what to say trio State rested al 220 and tho defense Will be allowed an hour to con for with Marehali after which R A Pierce chief counsel said that they acknowledged that Marshall was at Walnut Log but wanted to show thint he made every effort to prevent the murder and asked that they be allow ed to recall EtlueJbort Rogers which wns refused FOR THE BUSY READER Charges of the Illegal use of mone In the recent Republican SUIte primary will be filed against Senator Isaac Stephenson at the meeting of the Wis- consIn Senate in Mndleon S i Tho two men suspected of the out rage and murder of IGycnrold Miry Forschiier near the northern limits of Dayton 0 on Saturdny night wet released having established an ailbl Government officials now in Musko gee assert that no fraud In town lots ever investigated will equal the pro portions of that now being made In the Government case In Oklahoma On an indictment charging him with tho larceny on September 30 1907 of 145000 from the Borough Bank of Brooklyn William Gow a former di rector of the bank was placed on trial in tho Supreme Court in Brooklyn 5 The questions arising out ot the Newfoundland fisheries dispute will bo submitted to The Hague tribunal l for arbitration according to a treaty agreed Upon by Secretary Root and tho representatives of Great Britain The retirement from business of Sid ney d Love Oaone of the largest brokerage houses In the oountrywlth offices in Chicago New York and other cruet Nag announced The withdrawal la attributed to business conditions tiocaldptlottcleckna werehela fiitit jIWour bduatfdhrb aDU1MlVol ing YiryAIrtlgcoytiee afa Hamilton u PutiWMn Decatur and Tlinton Incaph clUe tffe majoitty against wet party was large Witinin the text ten days ten memo count ea wi1 hold elections Dr and Mrs Pendleton Entertain Tibto chief social event of the sat son wias a eudhre given by Dr hind Mrs E B Pendleton at ttWrl Lbpio on Unlan street Frlduy evening Jan 22 EIghtyfour lavJthliians aver is suedBy elgJt oclock nil tie guests hid arrived and much merriment next dls cusslan was caused during tbe games as the ladies were much more ia ev idence than the gentlemenlrnl1d ev ery lady wasted a gentleman for u partner Mrs A W Bennett won ID and Mrs Z Wayne Griffin 21 gUmca out cf tits 29 games played After too pannes a dellglbtful two c urso lunrtt ccn woe served to fib pjJlawing guests Messrs and Mtxd asa J F VIckers Hooker Wllllanjs Z Wayne Griffin R T Collins R Pbipps Rowan HoJbroiok H P Taylor Pool and Mrs L N Gray Dr and Mrs Getrge W Foreman Misses Margaret Gumthter Henrietta Guuther Laura Morton LIU Ian Mon roe Jessie Nail Pjcpple Nail Mattlo Sanderfur Mary lice Willie Bniltih Sophia Woeriier Stele Woerner Bo itrioe Haynes MesdUmes A W Ben nett W S TInsley R E L Simmer man HalllburHcm fardin Messrs G W TTagln R C Por ter and J G Koown MONROE HUDSON KILLED BY MRS LIZZIE TAYLOR Empties Contents of Doublebar rel Shotgun in Abdomen Mrs Lizzie TayUx wife of Lewiu Taylor dhUt and instantly killed Monroe Hudson at tho formers res idence near Bonrtbi Butlert county last Saturday night about 11 ocVofck From the best infonmailoii we could get It seems that Mr Ed Dontah in company with the deceased left Cromwell Saturday evening late with two jugs of whiskey and wont first to Dcgonspiort leaving Store about 9 oclock for their IHclmes Tiha do ceased lived with his n ol1ber and sis ter on wheat Is kntawn as the Senator Jotla Martins farm near wfcero tfcle tragedy occurred Mr DartchwtoiJ Is living om oho Lawls Taylor farm Ian the lake says tftey parted at tine Taylor burying grounds near Low Is Taylors residence and too went cm Itookne Mr Hudson It seems wont man there to Mr Taylors residence and uniderticcjk to enter the house vtoenlt ia claimed an encounter toWc place during wfcdch nhe deceased was ordered Da leave and DU refusing was shut and killed by Mrs Taylor The wKipon used was a doublebar rel ahot iguni Dchin ctbmbers of tho prosy log fatal A coroners jury wets empanelled Sunday and after hosting tta evi dence returned a verdict in substance tthlat the deceased came tot his dent from a gun shot at this funds of Mrs Lizzie Taylor aided by BOOHO unknown party 0lira Taylor was arrested charged with Ue killing nnd Hater Edi Doan h was arrested and tko primness wero guarded until Tuesday afternoon when the examining trial was heUl before the Judge cf tlho Butler Coun ty Court After tearing Wbo evidence Mrs Taylor was held to answer to tho ButlerdrcuitCourt ber bond being fixed at 10000 nnd Ed Dortohi wins also hold ttt answer Ms bond being fixed at 300 Both parties executed bond at once and wero Telcaeed The remains cf Mr Hudson wero burled In tlbb Wilson burying grounds Sunday aftomoon tho members of the Masonic lodge of ftich he was a member conducting tte burial ser vices 4 Hers Special Today andd Tomorrow 7 cans Hudson Lye 60o 7 cans Lye Hominy 50o 6 cans 3 lb Tomatoes 50a 12 tinted Bfjj Dial Soap BOc 1 35o Broom 30a 2 pgs Chase and anborria Circle Blend Octffce f t 35o pkgsI J lr 1lLP- I III I n 1 J P 1 i r 1 2 e ir JAN POSSESSES WONDERFUL 61FC- 3s a Genuine Human Lode 1stone can Raise Blister on the Skin of Any Human Being bya Simple Touch Edgar V Deubnm or Vancouver and Culandalg rolls atteuttoa to a creak he recently caw In Tacoma- cook a or the name of P ArnohL 64 years or age but looking not over 40 Whdle Arnold was under arrest In the police station bo borrowed a blUy laid one end In the palm or his Banc and Uef1ed any pollcoman to remove It After a stoore or otfioera bad glv en up the sob too strong man of the force grasped U and In a nerve stnlg- gle Eucoceded in moving It a trncUon- ot an fndh- dirs Arnold ohargel that her bus band was inclined to make oe to obb women so aha had him locked up His neck was almost lacerated by herI nails She is 1J o boss In her hand he Is as meek as a mOuse Ono or her vIolent tl10monts aid Ue owl He called for a billiard cuerubbed hIs hands together tinarUy then rolancec1 the stick across the open palm of hIs rIght band and called upon tlleI strong man or the farce to take It away With all his strength the oft- cer succeeded In mUng it all eight of an inch Demanding asecond trla he broke the small end of the cue but the butt still retrained In the open l1Ialm and trfuaed to be budg od The police were awestruck I enn raise a bltster ulan the akin of nD human being said Arnold by a alight touch of my Land You itrong officer allow me to touch you on tlhe cheek Rubbing his hands vigor ouvI togetherArnold approached the group of pollcomen when aU tied pre elpltately the strong man making to the street in a IlIn1e flat fellows band Is as hot as a poker he cried dont have anything to do with Mm Sure obes the devils first cousin I lIelO was an intvceLlDg experiment ChIef Detective FItzgerald Was Rsked to bon a pinch upright on a table by placing one anger on the top Arnold then bold we pencil light between his thumb and forting about the middle when It began to peck oft In the Morse code After listening a low minutce the cool pointed to the detectives eft leg and announced that an old sror would to found nt a certain spot Fitzgerald amazed rolled uprh1 trousers and xpofod tho tcar A similar experiment was tried on Copt Read and the pencil ticked out that ho had a lame ankle and had ben SOouly Ill NVAJl years ago fIthe- diagnCfl1J was uboolutely correct Ar nold ltad never seen eltker man before Arnold like mOt of the freaks or human nature is IL OODIIOOU goodna tWd fellow poll ivc 1y tlliefNte act ever at the many h seems of ids whoa tesocr and urger nd1l How Is It that a man can be so wonderful a non so mysterious IL power In- IJubHc yet IJe controlll at come by pInch of a wQmafI Way cannot ie raise bli93 srs on Mrs Arnold and Etop her fcoliehnras lie offered to make a royal lost or hia iotvora In th prraeaco of Uo Ioce autborltfes- negress A was under arrest on a ch11te- or steading 70 I will locate t 75 If sho stole it Bald the cook Ir so stol It ttllli hid it Ill tel- you where It ic Mr 11bn am i awaiting lJhe test- 1Vhytannot ooucltto porronsadar- thls wondrful gift It stoma always to bo the privilege of tie ignvraa- tIeit cps it is foot IL mutter of edura tion It may lJot IJe acquired by uny- niannor or moons but must be In hawlti tl from Mother farlh as a lode stone inherits its polarity and urtg- netetn from time ttamo source Arsnos is a freak puro and tdinple He too not protond to uuderatena the org1r of ilit mysterlous lxiWor It dOts nY1 tax ifs atrongth Ten men mIght tug at his IJUllurd cue lit vain anti at le- mld all would w fatigued niMe jf would roroatn as fresdt at Itoo eves stir ter n ride or 98 mikxew York pro e Creasing a Wild Horse Will C Barnes IJn flUng In the January 1cCluros of the varIous methods of capturing wild horses In the old days on the pacts says lslng was ono of their do vices This consic d in shooting a bullet so that It struck the animal on the fop of the ncik just in front of the withers and about an Inch or SO deep tebte tpthc pi eel column The shoclitemitoraHly suantrd the 2i rte and the hunter ran up and tied the Mir r rrr r t r 1 r w- Y Jr i tf- tl r i y 4 alt feet together Ib tae re verei A type faker JnI ellpte- de dtfe head a geatle bomie sole times a work ox was led up alobgakb- the prostrate beast and he was secure necked up to he gentle anImal and thus could be bandied eeMly- 01i1J tnustangers I38Y however tba for one horse caught th4a way 1ty were killed and that as a matter of tact the method was not used Very much except In an emergency whet a bunter after days of attempts to capture tlually took the risk of IIUC1 9CulY fng an unusually fine animal rather than see hint escape al togetherOne the best cow ponLre I ever owned I bought from a mustangee- w bo had creased him on the pMfni east of the Pecos river In New Mextcr There was a bola in this neck tti11y two inches deep and wide where the ball from the heavy buffalo gun hat ploughed Its Way through the llesh Just high enough above the plne not to kin and low enough to stun ef- ttectually Mind Yonr Business If you dont nobody will K Is your business to keep out or aU troubl you can and you can and win keep out of liver and bowel trouble It you take Dr Kings New Life Pills Whey keeI biliousness malaria and jaundIce out of your system 25o at aU drug I glass w PRESIDENT WILL GET 100000 PER YEAR Vice President Speaker of the House and Members of of Su preme Court RaisedI IA Washington dispatch says After a and ontertaaining discussion the Senate thIs afternoon raised the salaries or the hood ot the various branches of the Federal government Yesterday it increased the pay of the speaker of the house or representatives from 12000 to 15000 a year which is 5000 less than the conunitr I tee on appropriations had at first rec ommendedToday It fIxed the salary of the Vice President at the same figure whIch Is alto un Increase of 3000 over This present stipend It ql60 rolled the salary or the cu1tlveout sum to pay his traveling expenses for which he has been glen an allowance of 25000 a year for the last two or three years Next it increased the cumpenottiun- ofi the memlers or the United supreme court 2000 each givingtatl6l I chief justice 15000 and each eIght associate justices i Then the samy or the14500I was ruled from SOOO i tomorrow the Senate will 10OOOandI much district judges shall addition to their present salary or 6 000- The bill as reported from the com 1l1jtfi anted a provision or 5000 for i Ioth the 11co President and Speaker for Ue putchate of B conveyance of- sornekhdeitlier carriage or oautomo- lll1e but this was knocked out Gitizeninear log the tour score mark and would have reached that limIt on Juy 101Jt- next hud ht lIfd psescd peaoeful- ly awayrlast Wedneiday at the home of his EonInlaw Mr Ed Woodbutw- ofI thus city Mr Henry waS tarn il1- I1Iason count and lIed all hlsfe in this State He leaves five sons and three daughters the latter beIng lofes- dan1el Durham Cochran and Wood burn rule renmirs were burled in- airmount Tuun dayCratral City Re publicanIesrse For Lung- Troubles i Ayers Cherry Pectoral certainly cures coughs colds bronchitis consumption And it certainly strengthens weak throats and weak lungs There can be nOmistake about this You know it is true And your own doctor will say so The beet hind ofa teUmonlal II Sold for over elxtryears1- Gda weuXJTLlJers SARSAPARILLA PILLS lAJJR nOOQ- WI no We Dabltah th fermuttatau our mldletaaa Keep the bowels regulrwlth Ayers rills and thus recovery u A I r r a TURNING DOWN THE GUSS Remarkable Decrease il the Production of Intoxicants YJ People Have Turned to Lemlad Water Milk and- Sarsaparilla 4 Uncle Sam s been turning Wn his glans more frequeuUy Usa usus 1- of late Which IJ1iQI1 or course 4Ihat there iha8 boon 8odecrearo 6Jo 1ipro ducUon of liquor to bate country dur log the tyear Aa a r eruct or the prohtbtUOlltam paign wmblned rwUh no increase price ofgrain there was iii decreaeo1- the production tof iutoxkatdng pWt of 40000000 gallonS for the year Not that Uncle Sam Chas Mopped drinking enUrely ibe has bnbl determined to be more moderate lAnd he bas been moderate to such art extent that the quantity of liquor which 1e has reJected is equal to the plBce matt of six batUe ElMPS or the new North Dakota type Imagine Uncle Sam slilingt down to a table wlbh this vast gtantity tl liquor beside him Can you oQnce1- eIt An amount of wine and wh4eky and brandy which would be equal to the displacement ot six battle ships Or It you cannot conceive In your mind the amount ot muter eQual to such displacement imagine a tank inohen 174 feet 101nehera long 174 feet 174 feet 10 Inches long 174 feet 10 Inches thigh and 174 foot 10 inohe wade tlllro to the brim wlhil i ro jetted liquor Tiro report of this amazing deeruae In the consumption of liquor comm tro1- CommissloDCT Capers or the Internal Revenue Bureau Tte total production during the year amounted tq 126 989740 tux gallons which wan 40000 000 gallons less than the amount pro duced during the sImilar period In 1907 Deeuse of tlhJedecrcase the revenue for the full current year are 1665 000 lose than last year EvIdence lantlt that Uncle San glasSIrease to- I in the Southern States has swept over the country In many satcs where dry lnws have been passed the stale of lIquor has been prohibited In other states doubUese os a result of the campaign many have taken the pledge People have turned to water and lemonade possibly milk or sarsaparillr JuSt ftS the pmhiblion seutimeni has rolled over tie country the pro duetloa of liquor like a great wave has receded- An ordinary battle shiP like the Connecticut has a displacement of 16000 tour To displneo nn mount ot water or the same quantity as the decreased output of liquor would require Weer nine ships with little less lire displaoemeemt of this vessel A baltl0Eh1p of the new North Dakota or Delaware type20000 tons die placementmakes n more strikIng con parlmn In a general way it may be etat ed that the shrinkage ol1quor produc- tlon during the lrd6t represeuts the dlplaCffilcnt of about six battealnpa of the newest American type In otter words It six battleshtpe of the newest tYre were placed In a eritIlens reduction In the liquor protluC lion ot the country were wlthda syr the whole six woud be stranded Tao campagn against Intoxicating drinks has been widespread and effective Not only was there a quIet turn lIng down ot the glass but durIng the year a campaign against Illicit disiT- hlerke was conducted According is the riort the numbeer destroyed was 1130 There wore seized 73liil galiota of illicit liquor Saving the Appendix Some stir 4s likely to be muredIn the medical profession by a paper mdf ten to the Lancet from Dr onK- ectl senior surgeon 4n the West London Hospital tel ing Why and How tJle Surgeon Should Attempbfo- Pteservo tae Appendix Vermlfonnie In recent years tiOre bas groan up- a considerable prejudice against file surgical paSSion ter j3nipplng ort bbc awendlxa habit whioh In the nature ot things prevailed more fU11011gprac boners hllvtrg ptoeperoua pationts I Whenever a question arose what tOdo to appendlcIUo the doubt wasfregwmtntl resolved in favor of au operation- and U the subjects financial condition- was good that factwasgeldom to interfere wlth tae use of the knife After a whoa some aurgeons began fo question whether there Were not cT together more of thl8aort of tlit than was essential to the Ot Ute while there and there membera C r r iiJ t f j of theesslsa W8Iit eel far 0i e- Oe11enae tgiewieicra of Ipsteime 1x exetlpt eXerlseasovt ceaseDr Kes41eyaffereanfereein scom promtee Isle oBvlnc his thei the aWead1xobtoot to be remvebat transplanted He jbriBS- k toesurface cI the 1rtwouan lnOl loa apd when that wove Ilea and 6he apped4x hss becomeeettlem- In t Its new posluoa be slices off t1fe end convertlsg it Into a tube lad4tg frogthe sruiace of the body to thi V1U new tube 1ca- inemt aB4 even food oast ue la- trodnoed directly Into the iataetina- a valuable methosd in oertafa tretSurgery evklenbly has a lot yet Relearn about the vermtform appvadix- but with so many victims ot Its die ease still ready to contribute them solves cheertu y to practical OlI- ments With ttiatorgan In the lateteet of the tape the time may come ok n all doctors wllfagreeaboutme19d Of which they have always been In won or less Ignorance Unparalell Opportunity An opportunity offered Kentuckians to secure all the protracts of Kea tuokys OoyernorsFree with rrihe Hart ford Republican During the year 199 we propoea to gIve to aU who subscribe for twelvemonths a 1909 edition or 6ae Kentucky Governors Walt Atlas Pgrarafta of every Kentucky Goy ernor some very nary one Of their the only one In existence Nine other Maps The very lateut reap of Kentucky especially engraved at a cost ot 3600 Fn nd fIgures atld Interesting Bta- tlstlcs of aU UnitedStaten Popes sloe Flap and Coats pr Arms Portraits of the United States Presl dentsThe great Panama OanRJ Zone A page is given over to historical 1entucky from formation or State to the year 1909 A Historical and Political Dlrectary- of Kentucky Presidential Vote State Officials ATeB and Popuation United States Senators Chief Justices- Speaken5 of Kentucky House Congreesioual JudicIAl and Railroad Commissdoners Districts Democratic and Republican State Central Committees and StAte Exe cutivo Committees Senatorial DistrIcts Countiees of Kontubky when made sad from which counties Area and Population The Atm alone is worth at least U50 yet you can secure It without cost rllhe offer Is for old as well as new subscribers Everybody should reads dally newspaper OB well as their OoU1vy paper Toho way to get the Atlas Is to subscrIbe for The Hartford Republican tcgetber with the Lauisvil e Evening Post ifor one year The price of the Atlas and both papers Is only i Can at our office and see this magnificent Atlas or send for circullll living full descriptIon Hartford Re publ1CIl Hartford Ky Love Letters Melt Snow Imprisoned h1 a snowdaft for iO hours Charles Scanlatl the popular mail carried seauhcd there late tIllis- eVQnlng to relate this terrifying xper- Iences Mr Scanlan started for this poInt late last night carrying across iris shoulder a small pouoh or setters 10nU- narily time trip can be made In tl1rro hoono Jut mtoause of the drifts ho was not able to make much progr- In ke darkness he becarnd oonfuood fInally wandering oft the mad and- eeoming utterly lost At one point on tie sope or the mountain ho llost his footing nd fell Into a deep ravine filled with ilrittiid snow Ho boat conolousnese Row lQng ho remained there he does not know but When ho revved ate was en ttreJY burled wi ih IhardPa ked snow ollr Scnlan after tOnt1derabll et fort nmtatrd to arise but when he trIed to tunnel out of the daft this strenglJa falleed Apparent he was doomed to dIe In the Itugo snoWlbank- Ria attention was dIrected to the mall pouch and ate dlroovera1 that where it rested all the tow was m lledAh he excla med this contains burning loyoletters to girls in the town I will utilize tl1So sayIng lip removed the letttets rpm time pobbc and holding thorn in rront of Jliim bo melted away tho- trlft And quickly roached the sudmae Cocaine wll1cl duns the nerves rove yet cuied Nasal Oatmnh thho wavy foesiug in the foreheadtho shift ed up sensation end the watery di6 harge trom eyes and nose along with- en tl1e utber miaetiee attending the 1APeae1 BOOpDt to byElY6er Datm Smell and taste are toetth db- re1Jhhig W made normal Unit vatic try this romcdYouiQnIlo ho idea of he ROOd it will do you Jstp died lllreCtw lo dui sore epoki Al- Lrugglete iiQ tusked liy Eiydlltos- G Warren Npw York t fj 1Jr r i WifE MUST OE TELEPHONE GiRL hiiMa lHas Proposed and en Refused Many TimisIst StmHuntDg James S Harrlmanof DetrOltMIch who Is taylng at the Planters Hotel bes proposed osdnioet every telephone girl ki oels all over the country butt not pnce iras toe boon accepted not wtthatandh1g tIe owns some valuable hot spring property tn Michigan I I cant account forltllnld i1rI Harriman yesterday It mtghtl 001 that 1 am somewhat 4ild but when I reed o young women marrying old mer almost dally It somewhat discourages me I could offer probably more than many doandif I do say it myself I am not S9 bad to look at And neither ds Mr Harriman bad to look at Probably neWing the slxtIetl year or hia age be stands erevd Is poe sessed pf manly proportions To be surehe has Bldobul1DS hut they are of sucha cut as to attract attention of young womenmther than ensure then to wecker up theIr sIeves He admits he is only too anxious to marry but thus far has never been able to get a woman to consider him I once thought I had realized my ambUlon In Omaha resumed tills ardent but uasuoceesful wooer She was a telephone glrlof course Fort a time It seemed nil right but she banIdIedtheater dinner and It was aU ort Why don you prefer tPlcphOllo girls to others was asked WeLl Il might be because or what I Lavo read of telephone gIrls makIng ideal wives said Mr Hatrlmanand It might be because tbliy are as a rule prettier than the rest How ever I am In the matrimonial market and the first worthy girl to along win find me reedy tt accept her and provIde one of the best homes In the vicinity or DetroIt I Stir Harriman Is on his way to Hot SprlngsArkto study the methods of conducting the hot springs at that place He dec11 s that on his propI erty hot sprIngs than In the wholedistrict of Hot Springs Ark and that it is tits Intention to open them for the benefit of the auf feeing public during the year I Telephone gIrls at the Plantersjwhen they beard about the penchant or Mr t the wIsh that ib3 wlzIaevent they said he would tong ago have been accepted by some trust fag handler ot the telephone switch boardSo as could be learned however none or the local gIrls got n chance to listen to a Louis ne I publiciOAaBwa th The kIIi You Haw 41sap gIJt Bl6utareItI REAL ESTATE COQ SALE Weliae about 70 erea of jdafarm and tJ1 the Iiartaroue realoee and haJfmUe toes Maaaydale Jreet ly on the M Hi1 13 R Good t dwelling and oUt buildings flies young orchard Bad abundant enpP1fof freestone water 76 acres at Davidson Station on she I brand of the I C R tg 0 60 acres tIne bottom lend will grow M or 80 bus1ele Torn to acre 15 are rolling land fertile Two tine QoSprIngs everlasting water bounded on the South by rough Creek Dwelling storand half eIght moms new located Southelde Clay street Hartford Ky Prlce and joJ terms reasonable S New tour room cottage In Thomas i addition to Harlfotd near railroad Good stable garden and never fail j lag well of soft Water a A 40 acre tract pt bottom nd one mile trom Dundee MJ cleared except about 10 acres and under fence Will grow tram fifty to arty bushels of coca per acre Four room cottage house sand one t ball acre lot Itl FordsvUle oppoolto colSJtlegs Terms easy 60 acre tract of bill land pnemlle from DeechI Valley eebootouee on Hartford and Hawesville rood Ail1 cleared except about 20 acres two dwellings barn and other outs buJ t- iags A good tour loot vein of coal which is now in pperarUon IHouse and lot ot the corner of Wnshingon streets now owned by E Crnbtroo Thls la one or the finest locations la Hartford and the property Is to od repair House contains nine room and there is aInever faking spring of oft water on the lot TMs property ron be pur hchased at a very reasonable figure Apply at once as it will not be on the market long 12 acres on the Beaver Dam and Cromwell pubic road 112 mite from Beaver Dam in good state of cu1Uva- Uon good young orchard grapes strawberries raspberles good 4 room cot tage wIth vmmnda good Small frame barn other outbuildings consisting of meat house hen house coal house good well Located in good no1ghbOrhood 27 acres good farm land on Prentis public road adjacent to Robert Plum ftgObuMlagsrpwo good wade Located In good neighborhood close to school We dont own she property We are only agenda Cor the owners and our purpoea Is to brIng together the buyer and sealer lor ttlI8 service we Dbarge one sma11 oommJssIon No ListIor your wants known i OHIO COUNTY REALTY cO HARTFORD KY r THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 1 BARGAIN- SUBSCRIPTION OFFER One Day OnlyJan 301909 Hundreds of QUI readers take a city daily paper as well ns burs In order to keep fully abreast ot the news of the world There is tlO better daily paper at any price to be had in tho Santo or Kentucky than The Loulsvllc Daily Herald It is a clean family sheet allowing no objeolonubeadverUelng ot any kind to be published It Las the UnlSt local vows service of any daily paper In thei StatetIt has the Associated Press telegraphic news ot the world it bus amusing pictures from Us Own cartoonist every day splendid halfdone pictures showing local and world events and a fearless dn dependent editorial page always fair and intercatinlt even to thoe woo differ pol1t1calq with the editoidal opinion The regular tirceot the Daily Herald Is 3 a year by mail ands thoregular price of our paper Is 1 a year by snail Dy speeia- srranBem eat we ore IJble to mgko rho wonderful bfer or The Louisville Daily Herald RegularBOTH Ro1R t 75The tlIf subscrip ion is received at our officedot lster than Jamuary180 1909E pilldateunei- whoir present euhecrlptlone expire If you have paid upyour subli real Mdn or our paPer yoU maY end2 tOT subscdbUon to me 1 t- Herald alone r ti + a ff i 1A THCREtuDLeA1Yt 11 1 4412 S try o4 Uil 4i sS I3AtJif3lI 1 vt tI P b4 f Qn C kGtof y rI t r d- Cf t i t tqwt r- y Y d + A 4 rlx r t jrNCOCN LENTEN t DT ARYPREPARATIONS Committee ectingPlans- FQrHandlingCrowda An Outline of the Days Program l t SJowsPompus Day For Guests exercisess attending the laying of tie stone pf trio Lincoln Museum on tho Lincoln Farm by President Roosevelt t on tie IStti of February aro rapidly f being perfected and it can be tafoly t said that the elaborate program wit be executed like clock work Onj obstacle in tio way ot getting everything In readiness for the occa sion was that the roadway to the Lin f coln Farm was not sufficiently good t to stand the immense amount of tree daySbeen satisfactorily arranged as is toll In another column this week Another trouble was that the Lint coin Farm Association in New Yorki tho State Committee appointed by Gov Wm nand the local committee working under the HodgcnvHIe Commercial Club did not have a full un derstanding of the dutlos each of them was to perform and no headway was being made In consequence Under this state of circumstances the Lincoln Farm Association set a representative here in the person of Mr C E Wior who our people wee J r iglad to find is a most pleasant gen and one well fitted for the work ha was sent hero to do Ho stopped over in Louisville on Ih4sway hereand met with the members of tho Commercial Club there as well as the officials of the Illinois Cenrtal railroad After a conference with them he came on to Hodgenvillq and so Melted the aid of the Commercial Club here He was given fujl assurance that our people would do all in their power to make tire affair a success and tho details of the work were thor ril + oughly discussed The result is that o the plans ohaye ail been mapped out 10 and each committee knows what it is c expected todo and It will do It lAmonfe die notable persons who will be here that are the following President Roosevelt who will make the principal address and who twill toy the famous corner stone Cardinal Gib bone who will also make an address Gen James Grant Wilson Gen Luke E Wright Clarence H Mackey Robert J Colder formerly lad owner of the farm Henry Watterson Payne Q Whitney and Harry Paine Whitney r Gov Willson will bring with him his staff of fourteen members one company of the Louisville Infantry one squadron of tho Louisville cavalry and the military bank of the Louis ville regiment The members of the w Kentucky commission will also ac company the Governor I Tho trains for the general public will leave Louisville early In time to reach HodgenviHe before 1030 that morning There will likely be tour or five of these trains Tho train bearing tho Governor and Ufe Invited guests will arrive nt HodgenviHe at 1030 am they will at once be conveyedl to tIDe Lincoln Farm in carriages tihe total r number of Invited guests being about 150 The Presidents train will arrive y here at 1110 sharp and the Preil dent will at ones go to the farm un der military escort i The exercises will begin promptly dt 12 oclock and the President will re ui turn to Hodgenvljle arriving here In time to leave at 330 for Washington Amplo number of conveyames will be provided for the general public and each person will be charged one dol 1 lar for the round trip to toe Farad In order to prevent confusion and an noyance each person will be sold a v ticket on which there are two ecu t pons one good going tp tho Farm and the other tfce return trip Tie wagoh drivers will accept these Tick ff ets for conveyance and these tickets i P will be cashed by the committee ap pointed for that purpose at one dolr willtno fares iand the tickets can oe sold on the trains previous to Pie aryfVf in the Ii town On Recount of the great number of t estimateorequire several hundred wagons to carry than to the Farm 1Vttb tads imsnenro number of vehicles OK the I H11roaVrayr ilohftfrp 1r f1 I lpspkaees tt- i i Ij neceeeary wJlaJen t systesnbe Yadopted and the rules rigidly entSrc d a blochado thlohti should one occur at the time theiPre Party Is on the mad would fitirate t all tie plans For that reaep the oossmlttee bAvnc themdLter In TEe ti 41tliweaenirle ta yiitd1a k1 d tof rm 1Io e- yhedn1Y111 preyept yelo tIts04N qJ1IJ 1lt ll1 lltliM 1 rt Ii I Word of Praise For tie all8fre4 eRa of which Dr POM4aegivenby weightthantlmonlafs DrPiercaaFavorite prescrip everybottlewrappcrgredlenta printed In plain English snferfrompainsdlsagrdragglriWdowndltress In lower abdomen specksmtomscauaedbyfemaleweaknes5o organs Wtcan not do better than Uko Dr PIcrcB Favorite Prescription operatinguse of vFflvorlle Prescription In such cases Thereby the obnoxloir a rlions a e I hysician can be avoided an c rse 01 success U treatment carried ot avorlwPrescriptionnative roots known to medical science for the cure of womans peculiar noharmful tumorsNo FavoritePrescription establish vigorous health In most weak nesses and ailments peculiarly Incident to women as sap It must be given a fair chance by perseverance In Ita use for a reasonable of time trmtaatrimnt V comprnli Ion Sick women are Invited to consult Dr Pierce letter free All correspond once Is guarded as sacredly womanly confidences are protected by professional privacy Dr 11 Y- Pierce Dr Pierces regulator Pellets the best laxative and of the bowels invigorate stomach liver and bowels One a laxative two or three a cathartic Easy to take as candy road except in one direction between certain hours in the morning and ex cept in the other direction between certain hours In the afternoon In order to have this done twenty or moro deputy sheriffs wl l patrol the road and tee that it is kept clear of blockades and see that good order Is preserved Tihere is ono thing that should be remembered by everybody That is that there will be no portion of the exercises executed in Hodgenvllle nor will any one have trio slightest opportunity to see tie President at Hodgen vllle or before his arrival at the farm The proper thing to do is to go to the farm as early as possible and in that way avoid the rush that will certainly come when one train after anther empties Us load of humanity into the depot commons As has been stated above it will req- uiTe a large number of vehicles to transport the people from Hodgenvillo to the Farm and it is expected that these vesicles be supplied by the pea poof tRue and adjoining counties They will bo paid for the use of them one dollar for each passenger hauled which will be adequate remuneration Any kind of comfortable and safe veaicle will answer buggies surries wagonettes or farm wagons provided with comfortable seats Every vehicle must be in good substantial condition in order that no acv clients may occur Fuller particulars with reference to this matter will be gaga next week In the meantime persons wanting information may call on L B Handley at HodgenvlMe LaRue County Herald I How to Acquire Grace Without the proper carriage igymnae tic exercises or Swedish movement are of no avail in developing symmetry in too body Symmetry means beauty and nature will round out Bad develop Itself according to the lines of beauty if you will give ih rachance Each day for a short time at least think upon the structure of your body and of the proper relation of one part to the other Do not ask your backbone to carry the weight of your legs Do not ask your chest to help your arms do their work Do not ask your legs to drag your shuffling feet Demand of your ankiea that they do their proper work Demand of your knees that they right themselves at eaoh step and do not continually double up on their Job Demand of your hips that thhey say to the muscles of the legs so for and no farther Then will your backbone be tree of a job that Is beneath It and will carry the head ran crowntroe of the burden of the body The shoulders wijl preserve the chest from all undue exertion and tho arras will grow strong to accomplish wilt ingly each daily household taskrThe February New Idea Womans Magazine Howls Your Digestion Mrs Mury Dowllng of 0228 8th Ave San Francisco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble She nays Gratltudef or the wonderful effect of Electric Bittern in a case of acute indl geetion prompts this testimonial I am tally convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters is the bed remedy on the market today This great tonic and alterative medi cine invlgoratest i sr system purfI the blood sad la pspecteilyhelptul in all forms offeine weatoneM 506 at i8UIUj IsW At 1f t r t- tlaE yt rf NO SUBST lUTE FOR fTIMBER In the Opperation of Ken tucky Coal Mines I Sixtenths Cubeit foot of Timber C Used to Every ton of i Coal Produced Coal mining next in Importance on ly to agriculture and lumbering among the Important Industrie of Kentucky is absolutely dependent upon the forests for Its existence Few people who are not directly connected withI mining realize that to operation of the mines requires thousands of feet of timborvin title form of props Cement and other materials have been tried for this use dill tile mines but no satisfactory substitute line been found rIbe coal industry brings more that 10000000 a year to the State of Kenr tucky According to the State Inspect r of Mines Kentucky produced In 1905 8039246 tons of coal from Aer large mines not counting those that produce only for local use In 1906 this ihad increased to 9698529 tons while nEt year 197 10436061 tons were taken out of this same class of mines In the recent study of the for est conditions of Kentucky made by the Forest Service in cooperation with the State Board of Agriculture Fores try and Immigration the of which is now being prepared In Wash ington an effort was made to ascertain to what extent the mining companies were dependent pn timber what was was their present and future available supply and what steps if any might be taken to insure the permanence of that supply Most of the coal companies operat ing Jn Kentucky own or control some timberland and draw at lest part of their supply pf wrong Umbers from their own land These companies sel dom keep any account of the amount or value of the timber thus cut their only charge being the cost of cutting and delivering this Umber to the mines Few companies separate the cost of sawn timber and split or round props and also keep the purchase cost with the cost of pining to the mine under the one head of timbering It is plain wlmt difficulty this puts in tite way of obtain ing reliable data From the beEt figures obtainable It has been calculated that in the eastern and southeastern parts of thet the State it takes on an average slxj tenths of a cubic foot of round or split Umber for each ton of coal re moved This Includes props caps room tics and collars but does not include talk brattice or jher siwn c- lumber The mines in this region are usually above water line and are en tered on the level while in the We6tc deep shafts are mostly used Tie roof j is usually slato in tie east and SO more props are needed than in the West where a limestone roof often makes the use of props unnecessary In this latter region an average ofo about one ourUl of a cubic foot of timber per ton of coal Is needed vary I ing with the nature of the rot Tiio total output of 10436061 tons of coal for Kentucky in 1907 was taken from something like 300 wines Using the above figures as a basis this entailed the use of something over 4000000 cubic feet of round min ing timber or an equivalent of RooUtI 2400000 fet board measure of in tho year which is about 80000 feet board measure to the average mine of 35000 tonIannual output Though this not all cut from merchantable taw timber mUM the greater tart cf V is Themines are usually supplied by contract and nil the larger timber is sprit up yields more props and Is consequently easier and cheaper to ban de it is generally taken in prefer ence to the smaller growth Contrac tors are usually given a free hand and often tie finest ash popular and white oak timber Is made up into props in preference to the less valuable species Besides tie split props there is I something like one board foot of sawnI timber per ton of coal put mines in the year for rails and etc It can not be determined Wow much sawn timber Is used above ground for tipple and other construction I but one board feet per ton would be a very conservative estimate At this rate the average mine would require about 70000 feet of sawn him ber besides the Bp3St or round Umber wpiohwoatd amount to an equivalent of 80000 board feet more At an average of 3000 feet of tim ber per acre for forest land In Kentucky about 50 Belles would feavo to be cut over annually to supply needful timber to the average infiriei At the i- preselat rate ot growth 1500 or more Gores of woodland would be neededto y- Y tt furnish a continuous supply totila average mine allowing for no Increase of production Some companies arc operating two or three mines and two co pCratfons run as many as five and seven Some of the companies have an adequate amount of woodland to supply all needs but the great majority have not The question that confronts these companies is Where is the future supply of timber to come fromIf toe surrounding neighborhood cannot be depended on to furnish a permanent supply then timberland should be secured by them What Is more imporlant however Is that It should be managed so that the high est annual rate of growth wilt be obtained Tube United States Forest Service lens recently received applications from several mining companies tor ex amination of their properties looking to a more conservative handling of their Umber supplies Properties imvo been looked over in both the eastern and western coal folds and some of the suggestions made are already being carried out The Forest Service Is ready to cooperate with the own era of coal lands in formulating plans for tho more economical use and better management of their timber resources for It is felt that such longlived companies with a constant and in creasing demand for timber can no longer afford to neglect their source of supply of this important mining necessity The Bible and the Possum tPresldentelect Tart wanted a Bible He wanted a Bible to find out something about possums Nobody has ever hear of possums being mentioned in Holy writ and yet Judge Toft wanted a Bible in connection with Georgia possums And thereby hangs a very Interesting story On Friday afternoon shortly after the President elect reached the Piedmont Hotel a bellboy told Houston Harper of the hotel that Room 112 wanter a Bible Judge Tall was In Room 112- iTVierc were all sorts of conjectures about why Judge Taft wanted a Di bleIn prefacing his banquet speech Judge Taft told about receiving a letter from a man in Chicago Imploring him and for Gods sake not eat possum ns it was forbidden by the Bible and ho referred the President elect to the eleventh chapter of Leviticus t Judge Taft wanted the Bible at tits Piedmont Hotel in order Uj read what was said In the eleventh of Lev- Iticus about possums What he read In the Bible was as follows Third verse Whatsoever par eth the hoof and is clovenfooted and chowct cud among the beasts that shall yo eat Fourth verse Nevertheless these shall ye not eat of them that chew the cud of thorn that divide the hoof as the came because he cheweth the but divldeth not the hoof but ds unclean to you- Twentysixth verse The carcasses every beast which divldeth the hoof and is not covenfooted nor chew eJi the cud are unclean to you every one that touchotli bhom shall be unclean Fortysixth verse This is the law f the beast and the fowl and of every lIvIng creature that raovetu in the waters and of every cieature iUat creepeth upon the earth I Fortyseventh votes To make ft difference between fine unclean and the clean and between the beast Mi may be eaten and the bafct thaJ nay not be eaton Atlanta Constitution Clevelands Greediness for Work President Clevoand was often at his desk iii the White house until 8clSIzinc for February Describing a few weeks stay at tie White House air Parker says IiI fell Into the way of working until about one oclock in themorn lug and because of the oppressive heel I kept the door of my room wide open Often doing the hours around midnight I would step into trap halt In hope of getting a stray breath of alr Once It so happened that as I looked across the hall to the halfopen door turned toward wino craw upon its polished surface the reflection of the hand of a man writing with a paUecne and an In dustry thin amazed me 1 Umw tfcut the President was at his desk 11 used to ask the watchman when went to my task in the morning atm4Qwhat hour the President had knocked off work the preceding night Ijfound that it was generally about three oclock In tho morning although sometlme when he had finished s hno severe task that ho had set himself ho would stop at two oclock I usually stopped work at ono oclock but l did once or twice hang on uUo tlftpro In the hope1 thatI might i- fonfor once = how an nndurjancejoqual tliiatof tbo mann i9xt door 1h greediness for workhadberomq pro Ysrbinl t M r y- c1 f 4 OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135TH- EREPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 160 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 12it THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 I f Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 29 YEARSfi u Of Honest Business Reputation is Back of Eve- ryMONUMENT bat E SOLD BY US bt bat OEO MISCHEL SONS L 1 IL- fi PROPRIETORB = or bat I Owesnboro Monumental Works g 40 412414 B Slain St Yards 214216218 Clay St bat = OWENSBORO KENTUCKY j 4t b1- eQ Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You bat = Money on All Good Honest Work The Free Class in Chartier Shorthand Started January 4th By the end of the week tho entire class wrote business letters at 75 words a minute some touched 85 words a min utes On the 7th day they completed the text book and began writing regular business letters in shorthand Isnt that a record In 12 weeks they will be ready for a good Position cost only 40 28 weeks and SO gives you a thorough Business and Shorthand education and when trained we guarante to place you In a good position We had 18 calls the first 2 weeks in January offering good salaries Write today for our New Special Offer If you wlhs to secure a congenial position that will pay you a hondsome salary enroll now and take the Complete course at CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS THE GROWING SCHOOL 937 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky Hamvplicnw 330Corn r53Or Another Class Starts Monday p EAT SAUSAGES AND NEW BREAD Or any Favorite Food With out Fear of Indigestion Distress from Dyspepsia or a Disordered Stomach Vanishes I Five Minutes Later You can cat anything your etoiiwioa craves without fear of a case of Indi gestion or Dyspepsia or that your food will ferment or sour on your stomach if you will occasionally take a Utolo Dinpepsin after toting Your meals will taste good and anything you eat will be digested noticing can ferment or turn into acid or poison or stomach gas which causes Belong Dizziness a feolUs of tuiltt s utter eating N uuu 11 dlgesUon Jike a lump of lead In stow ash Bllliousness Heartburn WaterI brush Pain in stomach and intestines or other symptoms Headaches front the stomach are absolutely unknown where this effec tive remedy Is used DlapepEdn realty does all the work of a healthy stom ach It digests your meals when your stomach cant Each tri ngulE will digest a1 the food you can tat and leave nothing to ferment pr sour Get a large 50cent case bflMp J1 Eifapepsin from your druggist aJ d- start tnkng tb ainlld by tomorj rWyou willaolualiybrag 6bdvutyour healthy strong Stomach for youVjnen can eat anything nirt everything you want without Uo tlghtest discomfort or misery and every partlcu of im purity and GrmtJbtlt is In your stom ttch and antes 4ncw is going to bo carried away without time use of laxa tive or any othertIISkflce 100 Roward S1OO The readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there is at least one dreadd disease that science has been able to cure in all Its stages and that is Catarrh Balls Catarrh1 Cure the only positive cure now known IIS the medical fraternity Catarrh be ing a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ca tarrh Cure is taken Internally acting dl surjfacethe foundation of the diEcasoand giv ing the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work Tie proprle tom have so much faith in its cura lowers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J OHENDY COi To ledo Or- Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation m A BiakFox IITbero is excitement Jra tho Sulphus 100dover a black fox A boy by the name of Lobb caught a black fox and fold its skin to Lee Handy merchant for JlCO Hr Handy Was at first offered J225 for it but Mused to sell ai since then has toltp1 rke rnl Murray chased t tisamor M noteethEd A u 1IiIf f- y v NKn y I i t I IfI 1I l y 11GLZ I Pcruna In thc home After nllexperlenco Is tho best teacher Rome doctors may write tn favor of Pe runs Other doctors may write against st But It le the testimony oltbemotbe and fathers who are renting families who love their children who must economize ns to doctor bills who are raising little boys and girls intomen and Women of the future it le the testimony of such people that really counts There Is no way to positively ascertain how manyfamlles In the United States roly upon Peruna for the many climatic nUments to which the family Is subject The number must be a great one Several millions perhaps They have learned how to use Perunll for ordinary aU- meuts and In that way are guarding their homes against more serious die cases Such ailments as coughs and colds roro throat and catarrh croup and colic Indigestion and lose of appetite aneml- and nervousness all these ailments are promptly relieved by II few doses 01- Perunllat the right rime Millions of provident mothers nnd fathers are guarding the interest of tho homo by using Dr llartmans great remedy and profiting by his medical booklets and personaladv- iccHartford Republican Entered nleOrlInlC to law nt toe Iostoffk- eIlarttordIiy aIII11 matter of the reeond else C M BARNETT EDITOR T r xIi02SE3- Combrlazsd 40- 2ZouelaZt er- FItIDAY JA CARY 29 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative1V S DeanI For Circuit ClerkE G Bartuss For County JudgeR R Wedding nor County ClerltW S TinsleyI For County AttorneyC E Smith I I For SherlUT H DlockiFor For School SuptIlenry LeachIFor JallerW P Mldkttf I For SurveyorC S Moxley I For CoronerDan W King I t Batixrtcomuu ruiU than too much ngitlUonIAll the rest or the country has gono for probibltlon excelt tthe nntion al Caplmi- ll i Practically or uie1bte oW- cere at Frankfort have declated In favor of an extra session of the LeglsLlture to carry Into orcect iho- fopubllCan party pedge for n Coun ty Unit Law The Jury vh ch fulled to convict Beach Hargis recently should be tom pelled to sit up with him during one ot hIs drunkem Iprec whets he spends his time shooting the dishes off the table of innocent rrcovleIPho Republican ticket of Ohio county is mndo UP or good men who IU e worthy of the sulrpurt and resgfect ot- aU the Republican voters and Will have the support ot every true Re- QuUmn In the coming election Generally speaking Democrat1- Caewepaler are in favor of having a tariff bill reported by the Democrat Ie minority of the committee on Ways and Means They would welcome web ILD opportnnltyti show 1 tfc hud oa Sjse tariff quealea- EioNever minotitj leaders are t a eartainthat is xld I Jatj P i MOTHER BELIEVE8 INtPERUNAI Mrs K Kane Of Chicago Uses Peruna in her family of five children Grace Myrtle Edward Reeves and George Catarrhal croup Few people realize how frequently croup la caused by catarrhal corlesUon- of the throat Probably nine cases out often of croup fa of the catarrhal variety The medical profession recognizes Thespasmodlcvaa I croup Nearly every case Is et the catarrhal variety and n few doses of Peruna taken at the first appearance of the catarrhs symptoms generally Fufllcientto aver the attack of croup altogether Croup le frightful disease No dls ease of children so alarms the householdj move politically They arc not to anxious to sbow their nand er Tao businoct evew te wcck states that the only thing whichse Iuds tno buMnoes revlvl s 7ct u u certainty surrounding the Utrlff ques to ton Tne sooner tine Itepubdlsn r notifies the oountry that there n to be no tinkering with the tlIlfr the sooner we will got away from the of IIItJnuotlOJlnOnto county Is + pidly ooinfrgio fraht in educwtlom nraltcrs Our liOI mon scoools ale far above the Itschoolour Present School Superintendenti Mr Jarnen DeWeese pied that posltlon during the pact seven ytxtm W nCEiJI I lily iQ lad rons and toochcrs alike Hartford college at Ue county teat has for nearly thirty years waintalncd I rc- lJUtaUon Wblch Js State wide high grudeof work JordsHe neItr1rITun and Rockport have recelltl oil emmodlousand expcns1ve fags nod maintain gladcd schoou The building w RocklCW Ls arcuw- fiich the IUzens of that UJIIvillg little city may well Le proud Iv cc- cuplea a commanding view flour the- I C R R traIns uiid ita tJllcl1c1d advertisement for the town Edons are niso beIng made to erraUtsh graded II sunoois nt McHenry and Center town We do not believe any comity In tiro state can show n better re cord outside of tttoo craaia UittIJI chins Some Democrats grK4ly concern ed lest Ube lnrntlistrtreviticn cf 1C- trmHf by Ire Tepubllcnas ttrH r lie suMkdehly WJ1wnld TlOJe c tcttrs should crnnmland lle eytrtatby frcnr- rho people of Use United Stacs nwcn the remember hire biirpr expelferceu- Joinwing the I4y IJtM1d revision fui- nfshcxl us by tine DemoctwJc COngr some years ago Prey revkrd totBJrtff downward witJh a VClllgEaJJce on two never to bo OrgotItenOC and year were requIred for docovery- frOmCne effetbs off ho MtUIja d Wit sec fw1UJaws Whenever the Re t- publcanIMlty so tar forgeLsts pa k- trndlUfon as to z4rlko dotum ddrobt- ilwakof perLt and goad vlJgtor Je ilborlngmll fno opinion k will bn on a rapid decline sad not year will pU before fAeberlwsi pebpie trillriseop m t I rJY iii V GVrcuf A H EALTtlyrM1 LY Kept the Children Well I Mrs K Kane 196 Sebor St Flat 1J Chicago Ill writes uPeruna has been used so long In our family that I do not know how I could get along without It I have given It to all of my five children at different times when j they suffered with croup colds and the many aliments that children are to and am pleased to say that it has kept them in splen did heath Ill have also used It for a catarrhal difficulty of long standing and it cured me In a short time so I have every reason to praise IS Peruna rL rIt III impossible to estimate how many homes have been protected against croup by the proper use of Peruna Household Remedies There Is no remedy In the world which has proven so popular for catarrh as Peruna It has been used for more than thirty gears and eared thousand I of cases ns proven by our testimonials In the early history of this country- t every family had tts homemade moil pines Horb tellS bitters laxaUvei and tonics wore to he found In almost every house compounded by the honsowlf- a e ne klId Lox JlMce It on of pow Itvever WCiIllO the utmost con trice Ill c coming Republn tco- 1C r II Si tae aad n 00 ol 60e11ig culerJttl of our lettiel i nd Io r J1w e tot cfney wi fnlgi plco t1s country of tf1 t es far- r next lour or live Yt11- a1Vh the prevalent good ptsces lor farm producs nlontJoll lmns been to the tviuablo river lI1Wu of Ohio county Ohio cauny- otupi s ono or the best posaoae vr any do Kentucky being bordered on Its euhfrro tlouthern pant lIy Green River sufich fmmds cs Ii wide frrlpb b- of fertile bosom land and Rough Ricer passing through Limo entire coon tram northeat o southwest turn a another body or bottom land unexcollJd Ly any to tho world for ta ferocity and JJ1IwHItllty to ctirnr buy and dark tobacco E51Iecla1lytas- Uris Rough River totam laud near I1nrford Increased in value III tlte mac few years owing to the prospects- for bdcr freight facSlltlos tirrtnight- whr comIng of the 3f H and E n11 WMII th4s Lotlom land bras aU cleared fwd brought auto cultivation it wm be n verltablo gai den slat Ilesides very few countries can toast ot ns much fertile culttvatrsbP- laril xs tIts county and fit the mule tll11oenJoy tine imulenre supplyot CHI l which oxdsrs untie wU trrs boor If we oro not greatly mistt lkell 1n tie next four or fiveyears we will see boom In Ohio county read eAsie whIch wm rival thore wtfch have llerctoforo existed In soma of your weatern states I That the Amerfcan Socletlt of EijI1 ty H given ProPer oeneourlgemant would do more for tho cause of rdu thanllmbelion outside the pUblic sChoolsrhas been thoroughly demonstrated dISItrlctdbIwS m1ICllrodudsproperly clothe their children tpUrohaee too nceossnry WhlOOl books employ nto to do Ube 9abor on the IBlml and tnd rd1HdCntn moo As dhemorJdSe s1bjectst y ski tipf 10 tpripnds i lattte powcr fn be felt thmugpent veaatire 1 Jfth and br ott i wwwwsometimes assisted by the apothecary or the family doctor- Furnishing medical compounds dfv t to the people through the druggists Is simply tho extension of the practice be gun by the people themaolvos Nervous System a Wreck John OHurdler Gnr eld Kas writes On December 2 1809 I was Injured by s fall on the Santa ToR n and my entire nervous system was Impaired by the same The help of a physician was useless I tlolleve I tried every ono In the vicinity Jut all were alike and I vnnIclllesmen hue bn nduocd to condemn wIthout knowing rdlythcg cf Its true rinciples and who are In uboluto Ignorance or toe hign UndaJl of cia zens0rlp of which tie socicy iy corn posed A beier day Is coming forf tilese who tutee stood TC storm which hosLatten rgaoclt rtds argnMzatida for t110 past few years and tivo Ire diet hull 1u lie future theta men who have made rstorlifecs have been bUilt1- ilIntpd slandered find CflUbCd to suffer umcIal lots by reason of the itter aulllgonElm which Uhey have had to endure will be rewarded by their falowunotl by receivdng from thom a wtumt 1ll0V11 wed daIran- stratlen of affection us Part pay torI duty well done JINGO Jan 270s1ly hole iron cf j T ameS is qu te sick MrGR Hiekey rand family ure gone to Gblando to try luck Cor ateyenr ti31ttme It la n boy at Iionry Ardcals on- the 17th inst Dr Strwrst was present Ito iwtslyduoe Ubeidb3o sCranger Sunday scJelool wa orgmndzed C thus pike Sunduy wjJ1A G Murphy Supttlribendordt Rev i D BnugChn filled tEs ap- polniment lit ConcordStt4mduy toad SlroJwy Dad aroteland Ioko fit this 11nc- eSwrdny J1gbJt lab Ubo hltpnalb oil A tiof E He made n fine pCooll MoEt nUt e oLelXO kris hue tteaq de vereif and 9m1eJs re fiurndn- gptantliet a amid 1ur lxsringor rundJher- cioIJ SfrA A Nttfu tae rcuriua ruin Fu1iTVuteJN Old Soldiers AttentionI Editor RepubYcanThrough tfiol of oon1veybEet coult houte 1wt H4ltfott aRt1t30- p ntnn ruJX i1fyAugu1l1JNoct nherl Graf 1111 P1c t cordially JAvlt4eAsfo 6e prhseitf at- tpeaegeettngsbyorder ol iPast i WMI m-i Dy 1J A ANlDIl OfAtt a S rr Catarrh of Stomach Mr John M Stansberry Amarillo Tex writes IIFor several I had catarrh of the stomach I was hardly able to do anything and could not eat with any satisfaction When I commenced using Peruna I weighed only 110 pounds I took six bottles commencing In the spring and by the following poundsIII cannot be praised too highly 1 I am fortyfive years old and my occupation Is that of architect tt t and builder i J Jremained without strength l then tried Peruna and after nslng It for three months was totally Iam seventyone years old and my wor on the railroad Is hard and tedious but lean workJlIce ayoung man In all kinds of weather heat cold rain snow or storm alike Peruna is the purest and best medl cine and tf used according to directions It will hlp anyperson and cure any die ease for which It la recommended I recommend this medicine by my own ex perlence to any one suffering from an- aUmenton the order ot mine for herself and Children Mrs Alino DePasso 7j6 E 165th St New York N Y writes hIt gives me pleasure to tnstltyto the curaUvoqualitlcsofPorunaandManallnLENDER S Jan 26mo S Spence was In Lout vllo lust Wednesday Terrence Roll wits In Central CIty FrtdayMeaara Hugh Roach and Tom Gray of Taylor Mines were here Saturday 1MI and Mrs Mary Pyrites of Nol Clerk were hero Saturday and Sunday mMr and Mrs Mack Dowell of Mercer Station spent Sunday here- Mr Chas fencer and 3IJss Anna JurnJglln spent the day in Horse Branch Sunday Mrtl hay A Cmga wus rum monet4 to HerTin Ill Sunday on the account of tho doathof her son Joe Who dIed of isualyede Mrs fugal was accompanied QY her 2 sons Chas Wm E M Woodward of JlarUoldwas here Sundey- Jlerritt Auntie of Centsnl City and Frank SuHenger ot JIurtrod were her yesterday MJsscs Carrie and Eddie Roll flnd Miss rabool FaIr were in DeItr Dam yet crduy E H MnWte of LoutSVl11e and 4Vm- Gaither of Lettahtfed and Swaney ot Slmm onu were here to day Estil Stewart bus moved from bore to Willlsms Alines- M1s r Simon Jones who has been on the sick list tor time past 10 days with tho grip Is comaioading at this writing J CERALVO Jan 76Mr MT C Qverhults and wife Hartpotd were here Monday 11fm Jane Hill wife of Jlfr Clarence HUI dlgd tan 21 alter a dong illncih She was buried the following day 4- Pmvldepeo after funers1seraw by M H1mm Brown seTles of meetings cohducbrdf by Roy John Durdoo tins becatlln pro greese for tho last three weeks at Lome star OnurcWlurcW hvlhCli convey sons at t writing Mrs William Chancepor spent a few i tys wUh hot ton Mr Fads Chancellor et Dev1erJaatW k LRtle Miss Euva Buskll Qgntra 1 City visited her grand mother ifrs Margaret Harperrllast week Thirtyono candldatea fors mernber ship to the Ihe Stir church ere- ibapUsed here Sundays I- j cMni11ierMorrfawbo 1mabesnpic- ternaorne k kabJeio4c olds awls a tt 4 to 4i 1- SrrdaySpkool ietere Growirg All titer C hloiceuakpcthawtnt J I was afflicted for over seven years with catarrh of the head throat and manykOne day I happened to read some tee tlmonlals In your Pornna almanac Idecided to try Poruna and ManaUn Ibought a bottle of each and after taking thorn for s week I noticed a change for the bettor So I kept It up and after us Ing twelve bottle IWal perlectlycured I also gave the medicine to mychllderan and they had the same suit I would never be without these JIManaUn to all my frieiLds and In tact toe everybody 4t Thousands of families have learned to trult and believe In Dr artmansjndg moat and to rely on his remedy Porun In Sunday School work Is on We- IncrCllEe New schools have been stetted recently at Sutpnur Springs anti McGrady school houses One wli be stiattcd w Vibe Hill next Sun 1 day The Beaver Dan Methodist Sun rdry School oa last Sunday had InI- ttendtlDce or 112 H was ttbo first time the atondJIIlII ot trJs Sdhool has ever reached 100 Tile other schoo e In DClVcr Dam ore doing good vorle- AU the schools In Hartford aTe In a flourishing condition A special effort by trio IothllJdllt Sunday school officers and teacLels brought out Ml attendance list Sunday of 177 the largest ever oVCt1 any school In Hartj i ford and nano cam snare church tnonibetehlp roll Trrn c pool will endeavor to sawn 200 to arrtoo dance next Sunday snorwtagnnd if the weather Is fnonrble there Is no doubt but What they will sucetxd Phe ef tort is hot being rmrde to out dls tan o anyone wdoo m attendance orttQ ugh u sprltof rivalry Luprl manly to Induce people to nrtcnd who have not herolotole Leon rcgu IIi 6ne ationdance and also to LInllrCISIS upon pIthe church tile ncccmly for anow JI 1and turner bUilding OperaHouse McUENRYKY One N IgtnlyWE- DNESDAY fEB3lj 14JEDZ I presents the Bsairice Gof don Cain al WAS SHE TO OtAMEt Drssnntipttlon bd BgrttiaMi i Oaye beautiful iaey a aonemcmt A OlUplfte a eIiroductloa titriltlen0ryr7 I J Jt f toll 4- rrf 7Tickll CIJi f Bt1 3a1 3SGai45O 4itt Joj i N i7 3 Fr r- a e f if 1tt 0- I 1 The Greatest of All Our Great BventsIMuLyM neySavingSE11es ira one BigS1 leAnyorie ofSufficierit Importlaiice to InduceYcu to he hr erit tt ISATURDAY JANUARYo3oetgFEBRUARY 61 competitionThesales look insignificant An opportunity most rare 9 a Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 2- 9ISlnolsCentralRallroad 6 Tlmo Table North Kniiiul Sonlli Dontid- lt No 182 due 405 a m No 121 dullSl a- No1rdue1LSOp in m No 101 due 248 pm Hol02dii 54Spm Not11 da8 6Jp m PACKET TIME TABLE we Three lean Hartford every su- ndaYjmorrln A Its Just as Easy Vf To buy at reasonable prices and at V the tame time get nothing but tlto W purest and freshest drugs Just can at Etoro of Hartford Drug Co on Main street and leave your orders If you are very busy try tho telephone It works most of the time now Hero you can be supplied with drugglstss sundries toile J articles of l fice nod Bchool supplies tobacco cl gate Pipes and everything usually kept inn Hirst class drug store We are making u specialty of supplies fo the office and can save you money on this line of goods- IIttESCRIPTIONS receive too atten ion of the very best chemist and everything used in filling Is guaran teed to be absolutely puleII t HARTFORD DRUG CO Incorporated t Bring your furs to U S Carson and get the cash 25tf t + MillEnd Ginghams worth 12 12c at 7c at Fairs Saturday On hal price on Cloaks at Fat SpotCosh Sale Saturday r i JFJ1yoont only 19c at Fairs SpotCash Sale Saturdu- yMillEgdOuting io i FlaimebHj worth lOc only 8c at Fairs Saturday The Hartford Mill Co will Pay UO J iier bushel for good when 26tf a J Dont foil to attend Petra Spot 1s Oesh Salo beginning Saturdtr5t Boys 26c OOtCeV8on r 1cat iiFalre SpOt Ou h Sale SaturdayI L Trash NurthornJSeed Oasi and Fiet i tClAAA foreat J W Fords 1 JMr G E Uarakatc1Woent to lulsvlllb Wednesday on bislaB6 bliss LAi 4 Dn r4U t is wig ttMJIIj kidjri Du bthJ8 nvecK jblli1 End Ribbonfl all ehsudee 25C i litf bafX JO tFaints SpotOaS le Saturday T J j Jfleeced Underwear 1Y7i 38 at L Faun Spot 4 J ibfrr TJMorlimilEiland KyWnJ1 relatives ln 1 Id11ord Lh Mmtot he week Ji ickfMtt Stdlo ovBTu Tk j I bKca4offlce iirbw nt t It J 1 b- j p 1 F tileveI1er AAIaY uwtrR t t fit ds w w v Mens 125 Corduroy Pants only 98c at Fairs SpotCash Sale Saturday MillEnd Rooster Domestic yard wide worth 6c only Be yard at Fairs Saturday FOR RENT suite ot of fice rooms splendid location Apply at title office 2Ctf Best quality Table Oil Cloth 20c values only 15c at Pairs Spot Ois Sale Saturday Take your Clothes to Fred Robert son and have them cleaned and press ed All work guaranteed Messrs Felix Shaver No Creek and Owen Hunter Srrftillhous wore among our callers MondayKSheriff R B Martin and Hon M L Heavnin were in Butler county on business the first of the welt MillEnd Apron Check Ginghams actual worth 8c only 5c at Fairs SpalCoflU Sale Sniurihiy Urn Hooker Williams ontxsrtaiined at Budge this fterhoon for Mrs Woolfolk Barrow ol Ncnv York Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford R F D No1 will answer phone at A J Carters Concord any hour Itf Womens Skirts nicely cleaned and neatly pressed by Fred Robertson at rthe Y M C A building Give him a tr1a1till1 F Bccck lass moved rom Alt Pcasant to Hartford TO toot iiOs children can geL tibia benefit of sohool Mrs M A LJwis near Oweasboro s visititfe her son and daughter Mr antI tills George Lewis on Ucion street Miss Ann+ e Jones Luzcrae Ky was Oho guest of her purcnts Mr nnd Mrs JC JOniets city tne toft of Js- weep o Mrs WooifolkIiariw and dough ter little Miss Mary are the guesia of Mrs Barrows parents Hon und tilts H P Tayor city sJtIIllEnd EmbroJderlee good width regular 60 quality only 3c lOc qual- Ity 7c 20o and 26p grade for lOc at Fairs Saturday Messrs C T S Overton Small boos J L Miller Adaburg H C Crowder Renfrew Assessor S W Leach Rob Roy and W D Smith VashlInston neJgibibor ioodvwere runon our callers Tuesday Mesas Z Waayno Griffin and R T Collins have chened up a m market in ilihe Miley bu11cLhgon Ma street Mr John Arbucklo ils In charge df tho busincsB Do you want ct life portrait ofJ some hear one who has passed away Ddnt give youroanall pictures to some traveling agent iwnom you don t know list Ibhzioctr to do the work for you 35tf From now until January 30t The Hartford Republican an Louisville D ner ld1 year 275 See particulars in anotlfcr coltim e tefte equeatpd o aawiounte 0 gthatUhe laearibi ra otUao various InI bor BJllIIJtdona doiMid near Har lord WN I100tat tithe tounb f SpEnt ay mdtb xttoc Ip1I1 taJdI1c f aaa brstye 1 of 16tt iFederftMoa at War fereanK ent iJkedalbe ps etieat ttad overly boibug aWddlit rafoNsu t rf lHeoabf REMEMBER THE DATE e Wo still have a small quantity of Cloaks and Overcoats to seM at a bargain CARSON t CO We are data offering bargains our odd and rod Sire lack OA3lSON CO Dont fan to attend our Wfalte Sale Feb 3rd to Feb 13th CARSON CO Linenhslaa and 25c only lOc nt Fairs Spot Cnsh Sale Saturday Just received n Case of Pound Prints Now Jf you want bargains comp QUICk CARSON coiFOR SALETwo horses and roe IIR agon Charley Colburn Sunnydae y 28tf Mr J M Rogers and family hay c1 moved from HaKford to BeaverDhn Hartford regrets keenly to lose then 3 elduiabl jicople I Mr A B Crowder one of Out o countys young mon who has beont located at EvangeHne LSI bus re moved to Santa yney Colo One lot of Mens late Style PearlM Grey Hats ell sizes regular lliOI200 250 values only 100 at m SpotCash Ste Saturday Mill End Woolen Dress Goods n Ilrright for cHd on Just onehaitf their value nt Fairs SpotCash Sale SatE utdayclIJlIErJd l1ule Linen E 12 do 31 2 yards In piece aotuad value Tfiovrd1 only 38c at Faim SposC ash Bal Saturday auicre will bo n ooraferenw of Adults WUlllv1lellFiobruary sunIday iJ Ke p pea tex week for iincfeKun c IiMe61SDam Sam T Smith Ceui o R Da aa VII1I1IesE E Rogecre Server Dam R I Ida nard Cmmwel T D Owen Heflin nnd S W Lroch Rob Roy vor among our collars Wednesday Cromwej Miiglsterial Distrrcfi Union A Sof E meets with the Pincheco j Local at Cooper Schoolhouse flrstvtjurday in Ftfb 190t We Wish a lull repiroicniwjion Irixu each locai as Agl1 A S KECAVN Pres E W JACKSON See Jlfr s u m 1Ilegotoo Geors tonlan a auov7ltt ma FWsness Manager of tabs publica i ana ribbdhe mind lit coatairm fifty page 3dof A- 1en1egdi6or 4n chief The paper fs bduh a credit to the young gomliamtia SUPJA aioaC feDjoyAbte nxetii of +h ItDOoBtqtollteewerelaJg eori iTr4wilto UtllhnJ pled 1 r t r4xerfortka afrrgt twnafie ootoye ilfktou Zks 11re- relver of tlltOOpidur to Ilie pt tl ae together THie a tt3 coupilo liip greceed TDitt profisd lib be quite ia6 l y r 4 cinating and interesting1 Plouro Puzzles js tiiio game vow so ijK pular in the East and is Enid to be ns in DrJdgeDnerves of the ladies provided ire tables with FHficb for apart of iihoaf terncoii A bountiful repast Wits ser ved in two courses to tile follow Irig guoks busses Mary Wrdding Lnura MorCem MutUe Sandorfur Wil Smith Stella Woerner Sue Yeitor Alcsdames W S Tinsley J S Glenm R T Collins E E Birkibeml Hooker Wlllinms Z Wayne Griffin S J Wedding J F Vickers H Mnttiiews GeoIHolbrooU mid A W Bennett IPioneer Citizen Dead Mr Alton died at his home ata9 30 oclock of dlswiso incident of old age his remains were interred In the Wallons Creek cemetery itf funenil service were conducted by dcIell known and most highly rpeptct He professed religion and Jollied Waltons Creek Baptist church In 1S61 and wns a deacon of his church for 45 years arid was a subscriber tits Western Recorder few inois thm 40 years Ho was a devout zealous Christian attended his- hurch meeting regularly and was an ardent believer in mission He was married to bliss Cynthia Jane Ross themewho are CHessrs A M Ashby C R Ashby M D Ashby E J Asbby ins R C Taylor and Mrs H R Bennett lustersa hoIshby Cenieitovn T D Owen CslBsirneiJ j city reconvened last Montiivy beamrw c an 11edcTTney report a itico time and are loud in their praise of Mrs Bltuck anti rot good dinner which they enjoyed lusc Tto raises rneide by the bata d this year lire about Mho snare ns fomier years and We coniplalti s eem to bo fewer Notice to Equity Men I will speak at the following named dates and places Dundee Thursday February 4that 2 oclock pm at Narrows Friday 5th t2 oclock p m Pleasant Walk Saturday Feb ruary6th at 2 oclock p m DAVID MORELAND SMALLHOUS Jan24 =Rev A P Gordon of Russellvttle has accepted the roll of lhous BarUst church to preach r them the ensuing year He fill ed MdtMJret appolnitmeata Saturday and Sunday There wasa7a1rgecrowtJ liearilrUn both days Ar Johnv Bennett ie trie clor connected1wtI1britwisgj to a r8vere spell tit edck ne6airis R6Pl ngett al a B4es AC h partmtSgturday and Sunday SODEALERS ICvvvvvvvvvvvv Sunday School nt tto B qi IU e Is progressing nicely Tcre rile several new enrollments and tin children who have been about on ac count of ckness are able to attend againMrs Sam Morton who has been qutte sack is able to be out again and attended church Saturday and Sunday plea Flaudo Davis i i s doted fcer school at Hickory lidge Mr J C Drake bits mtrcluiscd ttI nice young horse from R D Hun er of Utica Mr C P IgJehcart has also bought n nice horse recently Miss Maude Callowny who hoes bean visiting Misses Ellen and Fannie Lnr renco at Beaver Dam the pact week will visit her aunt Mrs Fommie Ben I nett at Prentis before returning home Mr S W Bilbro Mriauz is and JflJIIDVVVVVVS- irs Ar IUI r JII our utliUr todiy a d f tended erim Mr a d Mtn Lee Overhuls I fy- I Were Uo guea4a ot Mb slag Hutttti Sunday I Mr und Mr W C Ovwhul are in our midst this wcok the guostof Miss Mng Hunter amd other relatives they will return to Hartford in aI fan dnys Movers Joo Bullock said S E Hun WedDeldnyIwith n load of tobacco Mr S E Hunter was a guest of his couiin Mr L B Ovorlnils and 1fe at Kirtley Tihursctay Work is programing nicely on the new railroad W T Howell and Claud Brown ot Island Station were in our inklNSat urday Mihs Froia Dii kl J Central City I tilted relaivci rear here last week UA7AA AOJOo O i1 tfi fl brEAnnual I WHITE SALE I fi fi 4 This is your chance to secure first 6 choice of our selection of India Linens bra 4 Persian Lawns Long Cloths White Mer b F cerized Waisting Mansook Dimities and b+ O Linens in fact everything you could call i Jj for pertaining to this class of Merchan J ofi disc We will also place on sale same date i a handsome selection of Embroideries t 49 Insertions and Laces We have these L ttfifi Sale Will Begin i ifi4 J S And continue for 10 days only Will not i jjj= Now get ready so you may be first that jj 4you may get pick and choice to ofi b= Remember the Date and Place49 Mt and Dont Fail to Come it=r 4l = 49 Respectfully bit 49 bit Ei14f HARTFORD KY J 5 5 i i ire y Q Q f b l Ij t a- a It t 1 4 d ARYANS DhTERT SEEKS DIVORE- Alliges E l Abandonment and Non suppor as Grounds Husband Says He Has Never nied Her Anything and He Wont Deny Her a Divorce Lincoln Neb January 22 Dryan Leavitt eldest daughter of S V slam J Bryan today flied suit for vorce from William Homer Lcav In nn effort to prevent publicity the family Js making every effort to Press tho matter and withdrew petition from the Court dmmedlat after It was ncl thus preventing dotaBs of the grounds upon which divorce is naked being made public ZV1e petition was drawn and moo by Thomns S Allen Mr Dryansbrot- horInla who is acting as Mrs Lim- vlUs attorney In Oho matter Anticipating the efforts ofnowsin Per to secure a biatoment from her as soon as the petition bad been Wed Rm Loavitt yesterday loft Uncoln gQlng to Omaha to visit friends There she js denying herself to every one ex copt for the following short statement which she made I have been away from Lincoln ant do not know whether or not the salt has been tiled Family friends say the petttion den tritely seta forth nonsupport ns the cause of divorce Desertion Is nlm said to lJe one of the grounds custody of the children Is asked for by Mrs lPaYlett but nothing is sold about alimony Paris January 23Very well I never denied her anything saUl iJI1- 11un Homer Le1ett the artist hUibandI of Ruth Dryan LeaYltt today nnd- U she wants a divorce she can haye tooL who is n OunglooklnglJ11an thofhigh standing in Paris was reluctant to discuss the action of this wife She is hardly responsible hest Why only three days ago she w me the usual affectionate letter in it sho said as she has often before U you dont loye me wb dont you get a kvorcei Long 140 I decided I would not any action on account of the chn dren so I paid no attention Then yes terday the American mail brought mean extraordinary tpewrltteu Lett erofevidently dictated by her but sgn PilawThere has been tO much newspaad piSheper and nonsupportatMr LoaYltt wrote nst night askinge what the charges were AU ho knows he learned front Miens letter 1I1s friends here say that when she obtains n IIJiWlthhas been living In pris 1lr Lea1tt lifHis htoSupport n the United States I Lincolns Remarkable Intellect Co If we put aside the popular preY- ocoptions n of Lincoln and Jook tactandont the recorded foots we shall find es1donce of ills remarkable inteikoJ- ovory stage of Ills adult career his youth indeed lie hod trite mIst 1a lesmanylato lIut from the time that ho entered seriously on h4s life Work PI8 mental Iotvels wnro held In almost reverent regard by nil w were close to him In ono tense lto the was not a groat lawyer lIe lacked brood education to begin with find liked even more the soldierofforte dlIghtOr in n l1allcnuse as well as or in a bad cause as well tiS in 01th bekeenquibbles or evasions he hated crooked tOOEOnlng quite 8S vlrulentlyu crooked dealing put when ho believe in his case he could unto that case in n I way which made argument almost needless and he bad that bare and cerItaln Snarl of genius the ahlilty brush aside noncraenuals and scze at once on the central vital Issue And in the struggle of politics the work which he rec 1lyovdd tirn Irdrne qualities show out In yet higher relIct Seldom it over was there n more AbmhamiinoolnThe 1jte was to save the Union It Lincoln over maw a wrong move to gain ills goal Llstory has ruled to record it When she put Jia famous question t Douglas as totlo PfbiIty of- excludliig slavery from the territories his frIends thouBht bellad thrown j fJ I n away hfa own future and that Hiris party Lincoln knew better was trrlng sotto cppouglae from the to keep trial from StateHouse He could seeal dY that d3t0 msls OI the struggle would came not fa 1858 but In18c O Ho pC fared the gambit and Douglas fCOOpt ntoflnd hlmselt checkmated two moves latestGeorge L Knapp in February Llppinootts leMen ofCourage Wanted afore men of courage SurelY Is what the world needs to make Itl better I Not the courage to tight and don le the treed olbaWe but five in I ones daily work when there avi inVIICoot duIttw an one voice of kind appreciation Is heath tellhealypublichoon of a question and w vote from deep conviction with a small ma- jOrity We need men wIth coots to refuse w sign a petition of an unworthy applicant for omceandcoul 6 to do anything which makes a mu- jordty to exclaim He Is very eccentric Some men will face the bayonet sooner than n laugh Rnd cares less for a blow than a word of contempt It is sad to think how many have been pal into lntempe r ate and prrotNgalo habits by the tear of their comrades laughing at weIr forithe1a0t8 to lei Yu n saintS exhort mJleWears a No 16 Shoes lVParing shoes size J6 isnt say 1 ek with Andy JohnSOn of Newport Andy recently wrote to a St Louts shoo comPany asking for n pair sixteen Several or the crrlus is the tablishment to whom the letter m referred noorly had heart failure as treat set out In earnest to fInd somr footgror or that dtnlen ton The search was without result as- e order was forwarded to an Easte factory Interested In learning sent thing about tin individual that oou 1dmake his way around without amng ClotAh 1 sidmunfcntetl with for some Iniol1IDationj pastyjrI gtakeat Y In Newport Andy has a decided leaning town d religous atfalrs and his new ludr slxteoas arrived just lit time him w attend a flay ist revival tne Bluff Garbed In n clerical sal made fIn imposing figtuu when io dressed his bwJlIen from tie Iml t Remarks emphaszcd by n sttmlp ot toot enClfe1 In a No 16 never fail to tInPI era his auditors Longevity Among the Jews Superllcfltl scrutiny of the vital yields the JW n prominent on In the sanitary world if longa serves as as index of mygle Dc a living With rtlo neme length 0e for aU Christian people placed IIi years it months 1900 tlho Jew Ulay pe to reach 48 years 9 months Neuvllle 1885 Inquiring into t11e R causes ot dooth of Jews undC- mparative to duratIon of life and I clauses of death of Jews antI ChrlstJIans- In n Frtnkfat learned that ono fours h f We Jewish population WitS Hying beyond j1 years whole only one fourtH beyonInd t claims that they lcJews aromuch s frequently the subJtcts or tuber s and acute epIdemic dlsea s than any other race of manhinll- Nhy should this seaulag vital super Riolutrilsolhoterm soberness of Ufe rhe Jew Cilrfstanhee marrea carPer he rears the diII he has brought Into the World greeatPr perbontl care lie tend a aged more tboughtful he e ot dlmse7 To this might ha n added that throUgh religious cus s hygienic tendencies became an i InherItance till SURE CURE For All Diseases 01- STOMACHLIVER YOUN u BOY UA w MAnE CONFESSIOp Y To Firing Shot th t jRillem Miss Laffoon i Prominent Girl ofHopkins County LtI Remained in Stuporfor Many Days oMadlsomJtle Ky Jan 23liss Row y Latfcon a promfnoht YOUDg woman who was shot In the tiesd tfnor and Jilrja P L ODryan hie y two lgcaks ago dIed todaYiSho wa- twenlytwro I years of age and was tbn daughter of Duck LafCoonof Ear JlDgOOn and was well known here and the home of her father 6be Paves a twin sister nndono bro ther 0The shootag of linES lfloon has been R mysery and the authorili have been prying to find the IJerson who fired the shot and it was not us ton today that they even got aco- to tho shooting Frank Curter th six ycar old son of Mr Ed Quier told his mother he went to A- fODryune residence which 18 In the same neighborhood and swing n rUle sitting to the house lie took I and stepped to the door and fire it Ho said that he dId not sea M1ss Laffoon when ho shot but saw her when she tell Seeing what be had done he went to his home and did not tell any one what had happened His parents were dlscassing tb- lened e shooting and the boy cry edespondent lint went on to school wk3Cter Ho then admitted that be dire d tbdwhen he told the story Tiro lJoy andd she was and spend a portion of his acddDss LnCCooll had stepped out to the woodshed to get some kIndling start o fire when she was shot In head the bullet lodging ill tbe skull She eras paralyzed on the right side from the effects of the shot and for nearly two weeks remained in ci stupor taKing no food and only little water occasionally I Cured Sweeney and Removed a Spavin Dr Slwlne Liniment and Veterlna Remedies Me well known all over thoII country They have s1I the live or i Ocistnb1csR F D No1 Box 4t wrt = have used your Liniment on n he for Sweeney and effected s t cure I also tenhovad n splavfn o mule This spavln was as hits II guinea egg I rested Sloan Liniment as the most pcnetnttlng an 1knownMr IL M Gibbs of L1wrence KanatF D Xo 3 writes = Your Lin meat Is the best that I have overuse had a mare with ftn abscess on he- eck r find ono 60c bottle of Sloan s II Lln1mcnt entirely cured her 1 kt cell around all the bftgo for galls small swellings and for vverythln w about the stockCDr Sloan will send his Trentfrr on too HotYe free to any hornetnam Ad dreE Dr Earl S Sloan Boston laSSl- StatOI1 A- O4STOaJ4rI Dean thelhl Kind Yod Nara Always gMSl- gllAture Y ofaThree Weddings to Three Thousand Girls In pile February VOIUIlUS Home COlt pmnivn ilIrw Anna Steto Ruh6tdsou snows conclusively trnt sucassiul conteen years or intimate contact mlUh working women and after u very pttO analysis or conditions One fnves for Head Dlzzinese et t1fi 1tee Ta a depgtd Rletate- tmployfag e bbree ihotttadhd glrlerrfl RidfI1OOH1U d thete5et eatore how many girls had reef p marrY the petit year She bit It- encil end lliough a few minutelt 7lhree the aslnounced thtaify fNliee gorlfJo i 0 three lJBOtie- aarried in n yearl TCat store 3 10 haunt tai Cupid evidvatJy- Wel Whet In tt d world do youigirls do I demanded smarteetrWhydldn you heat about 3nseD1 1k being msdv buyer for tho underWea- other Mr Jones died And you kno M 95grnIt1i 1s now head of tI1tt store lm Pittsburg StQ to gotttng five hundred more a year out there You remembtT that gIrl Wdlhl the gJ1Y oyes mho used to Help ino tilfEze G well she has taken a course in phi nrlthtopy math snow a cbarlty SnTP9tlgator The arelfere tretiY S wails truly CllthlEo1etfC You nee out gir do things Everything except marry Why don they marry- Decuuse they don t want to pod rJhe secretary Any man OuldJ gnd to get one of them of course Watohed Fifteen Yoari 7For fifteen years I have watched lithe working of IIucklens Arnica Sal f tt ohM never tolled to cure an sore bollulcer or bum to winch It was apiece It has saved us many U doctor bill MB A F Hardy of East Wilton Maine 2bc nt all diug- i gist m THE VERY BEST 11101 Have any of our readers seen arc ont copy of the Cincinnati Weeks nquirer If not it will pay to- send for a copy if for no other pnr than to note its present great worth as an educator in aU things that tend to make life prosperous home the happiest place o earth The editor by asking its readers to criticlse and suggest improvements ntd following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce Q paper that exactly fits needs ofa family and a material aid to father mother and children in that higher level in reachingI where content and comfort reigns supreme Father obtains ample information that guides in the where when and I how to 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OrlfhookerSchool Trustees HartfordC M TlneleyCIJknmett SERVICESy dh Sunday In each month at 11 a m 7 P m and tad Sunday 7 p m eveningRevDaptllt ChurchServices held Satur SundnevWednesday SundaInRev Dozarth Pastor eelfourthP m Rev W D Wright pastor dECRET tOCILTIES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A Ma MondaynlghtW 1 E P Moore Secretary eel1thUdRoscoeRender ESmeetsHGWeRiley Knlghtaof RendoHartford Tent No 99 Ie O T EAg 1 Road Keeper ILMects MraEMrs er+ E D Pendleton Lady recess keep Amn Saturday bob hfordAdjt Ohio Tribe No 1SS Imp Order Redr Wedneeday OhlefI BDCarpenters and Joiners local 1881 meets let Saturday nIght do vac DLucoOFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of National Officers IllIlfKy = IndianaIS D ROBERTSON Sec CalhQun Ky County Officers L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam CAL P KEOWN Tress Hartford Ky CE SlUTII Sec Hartford Iy EDUCATIONJ DNo2 J A Dehuny Whibesr pne DIQo= Aran W1laydor l3tiaverbatn 1iFNo 3 6 nlohard PlummO TQyJoXIlDn 0 Jt I DJyJ1 RQCkpout Tiff 1YItOl n GR IDE Cq G ilSC1Y0AC 014 lflL S 111 UESIISSOHSWRITE JloWADDRiss BOWLJNGGREENIIUSINI5 INIYERSIClr GUIHI I If I J i- r JJ ra I J frr YtZ fIJI JiSJO WITtd Yalkxari 0 ic BARfiETT SMFTNt 1 AT ORNE BAT LAw HAxTF6tt0 = KY J11111 practice their lon 1n illths c courtrtiof Ohio and adjoining sore flea and Court of AppecW Speelal at J 1tLY8peClaltlu Office In 1t ubllGaJl bull Jlag I ttFRANK L FELIX Iff Attorney at Law 1WIUand adjoining courtier and la the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col- lectlons a Specialty Office In the Her I building RY j CHASM CROWE j LAWYER nsHARTFORD KY Will practice his profession to an thcourts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court oC Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office In old RepubUcaa it building on Crater street JNO B WILSON 1ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collection making abstracts die also Notary PubUo for Ohio county Office north aide public square 4 R R WEDDING LawltdFederalpga f I j Eta Collections promptly attended to AlBa Notary kubllu for Ohio county Ottlce over wllllsms rr76 store fdLIIEAPitIN SltNItSTSY00DWdttI + HEAVRIN WOODWARD aCt1e1 S C IW HARTFORD KY al lalCourt of Appeals Special attentlondv fen criminal practice and collections Ot flee next door to Batik of Hartford r i YEN CY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW KYShis profession U IIn theCourts of Ohio and adjoining rrouaUee t NotaryDank ertB dANDBna0I1 nBARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they practlceeral with offices south aide ot Main HarttordKy beh5W II BARllESjJS A 11 and TRADEMAreKS promptly obtalDec1lA PATENTS ourpenoeand1leIP70Uo reporton suehoe htents brit to w 0311011 WSYSeunw Street j A KILL THE COUCHAND CURE slit LUNGS kingsNew h PRICEc l nsANDALLTNROATANDLUNATAIIUBLEft STISPAoToz0a i M I =COrlt ro0 OCPgNU I rfncebowtoo wcy I teemfo ftI 1H beluWr IswreWUIIaajEAaI Jr r t + v zrp z 1 kli Js f t itI I p 1f 6 v Look fort D 4 Stne r COSItF BIG ANNOUNCEMENT k 1 pn Page EIgb tLamt Pages t As a moneymakiug event this I dale is a failure as a friendmak 8ig sale its a great success If you know of any man or woman who hasnt heard of this Mill Remnant i sale tell them about its They will thank you ever after This sale will be followed by a WHITE SALE which will eclips all other white sales For white goods wait for it It will pay yo- uDEPEI I TJ ON BarnardCoHARTFORD o- rj tit u Memori of Physicians To the officers and members o the Ohio county Medical Society We your committee on Nectology desire to report as follows Than Inlook ing over those of our proffeJslon Wh- oavedledl that the list contains the names of many who wrought nobly and are remembered by our old citizens but that our record show that about eight or nine years ago our ranks were invaded and such men as Crabb Taylor Tiles Meador and Pendleton were removed Of each much could be Sldbut theso are well remembered for their virtues and accomplishments by our profession and by practically oil of our citizenship We deeslrein this report to call attention to a list of our medical brothers who have been removed from our ranks within J wthe last year or two Doctors of the tho1advantagesmore I ot native ability and common sense and being trained in the school of aft large experience wrought well their wholdMves among useWe refer to C EJlfCotheil M W Duvall B N Patterson J H Roach Isaac Sanders and fsaac Westerfield Their ages were from 71 to 83 YOON but only 4one of these Dr Patterson ever be longed to our society Yes we nol predate their lives for they served their day and generation well and the hold put a splendid example to the younger and better equipped members of out society and profession Therefore Itls ordered that 16 have this reporMiprlntEd inour county papers and tit a page In our record bo set apartfor ails report and second that we ask tho same hearty support and cooperation of our neighbors and friends in the great work of prevent lag osv well as the cure of disease and relief of pains Respectfully u w OWYORt E W FORD Notices of tha desto of tboeo our hrothors have occurred within the past t few htlis fetid mrK We laming of the doetora of the old school Men t who jfvec had ihe gdyr of theiP nti billWere mei tetetlIbg afad jttlndAl WOio asked nrj f only the ritlldgs4o e1It Buffer who cared not tor tthe d uf btot tksed help in the had to do Theyw were I snedilobk bdfhernt- hilLl01 etI r tOl ed JWt8 and cohvers aoneHst eAM I ijjjjj Meador the practitioner and genUe dayfwe have an ancestry to be proud of and should stimulate us to greater ia overt Hue of our work Where Men Use Stilts In some parts of the world particu larly In the low districts of Franco stilt walking is n necessity In Gas cony there are great level palns cov Bred with stunted Lushes of dry heath These waste lands have a soil that Iq so permeable so self and yielding that the slightest fall of rain makes them practically Impassable by ordinary methods of podestrlanlsm Dut there wastes must be traversed at all seasons by tlL poor people of Gas cony and necessity bas accordingly made the Garcons a stiltwalkIng peo ple and mon women and children may be seen at nil seasons of the year stuck upon high stilts trudging through the waste lands carrying baskets bundles nnd tbe like The fltJta used are about fivo feet long and often longer The shepherds of Landes all go on suits and they think no more of being perched up from dawn to dusk with their feet on a tevel with a mans head than Chicagoans da of wearJngstoes The shepherd Is provid ed with a stout staff that answers fdr many purposes At Ute proper place in the stuff Js a flap which makes a comfortable asait When turneed down On this the shepherd quietly slits and watches his flock and while he sits up there he knits or spins with a distaff thrust In his girdle Tho tnndes stilt walkeer can do marvelous things with three fivetoot leg extensions He ron run iwltb a speed that will tax n house pick up a pebble or pluck a tower na tho cow boy reaches to too earth from his pony and Jie can drop to the ground level and regain tie perpendicular as Quickly as a boy can turn ahand spring w Seven Years of Proof I have wad seven years of proof Unit Dr kings New Discovery is the lost medicine to take for coughs and apd lore diseased condition of throats chest or lungs says W V Henry of Panama Mo11he world proofthattime remedy colds lea p astbmaforESILn Dn ire 1 W Imon srltrunf uarag ee ma y tle free an i k THE RIVER NILE p Aneltnt Griikw and the Process of SUrlllxinfl Water The ancient Greeks already recm mended then use xpt sterilized water Rufus of Ephesus In the flrst century of ihser taught that all water from rivers and ponds Is bad except that front the Nile Water from rivers which flow through unhealthy soil stagnant water and that which flows near public bathing places Is harmful The best water is that which has loon boiled In baked earthenware vessels cooled and then heated a second tlmo before drinking This hygienic prescription was In tended both for healthy and sick people since it was applied to the armies During marches and In camps pits must be dug successively from the highest point tothe lowest level of the place These holes should bo lined with clay such as Is used for making pottery and the water should bo made to percolate through It The water will leave all Its Impurities In these pits It may be Inquired how the ancient Greeks knowing the processes of ster ilization and filtration of water which they applied to that of the most limpid rivers should have drunk without precautions the water of the Nile which our microscopes allow us to declare sound but which is In appearance tho most worthy of suspicion of all and is so muddy so yellow that It resembles wine Gazette des Eaux BASJSKIHow the Fabulous Monster Was Pictured by Ancient Writers The basilisk was the most famous of the many fabulous monsters of me diaeval folklore According to the popular notion It was hatched by n toad from an egg laid by the cock of the common barnyard fowl In the ancient picture books It was usually represented as an eight limbed ser pent or dragon sometimes with and sometimes without wings Its name Is derived from baslllscos meaning a little king and was applied because the creature was figured with a circle of white spots on Its head which much resembled crown The cockatrice a species of basilisk besides having a crown possessed a comb which was an exact counterpart of tho cocks Pliny assures us that tho basilisk had a voice which struck terror to the hearts of men beasts and ser pents The Bible classes It with tho lion the serpent and the dragon as one of tho most formidable creatures Old writersPliny Bascho and others say that Its bite was mortal In every case that Its breath was suffocating and that no plant would grow In the vicinity of Its lair Its dead body was often suspended In belfries to prevent swallows from building there Disease Setnts disease almost has Its pecul tarodor said a doctor This odor helps us greatly In diagnosis Gout imparts to the skin a smell precisely like Diabetes causes a sweet honeyUke smell Jaundice oc casions a smell of musk Smallpox has a very strong and hideous smell It Is like burning bones Measles has a smell as of fresh plucked feathers The fevers have the most distinc tire odors Tho odor of typhus Is ammoniacal that of intermittent is like fresh brown bread hot from the oven that of typhus Is musty recall- Ing to tho mind old damp cellars that of yellow fever Is like the washings of a dirty gun barrel So you see to speak of a doctor scenting our disease Is not to use a mere figure of speech A Surprise theHerr lInger a rich and Influential banker frequently had watches picked from his pocket At first he had re course to all kinds of safety chains then one morning he took no precau Lion whatever and quietly allowed himself to be robbed At night on returning from his business ho took up the evening paper he uttered an exclamation of delight A watch bad exploded In a mans hands The vie tims hands were shattered and the left eye destroyed The crafty batik er bad filled the watch case with dy namite which exploded In the operation of winding London Telegraph A Difficult Task One of the greatest puzzles said a member of parliament is how to con cede the most worthy and honorable protess lief In his uncompromising veracity and bona fides and at the same tlmo to convey a distinct conviction that he is an Impostor and a humbug of the first water and an accomplished Ann alas carrying a welter of thirteen stone seven pounds in tho mendacity handle cap London Opinion The Other Wa- yI heard that Ranter broke down In tho middle of his speech the other night said the man who was kept at bone by Illness Not exactly replied tho man who was there The meeting broke up right In the middle of his speech Needed a Starter One night little Margaret on knenl ing by her mamma to say her prayers forgotMammama and then I can go nwhlzlng Ietiuelt9t 0 Ralitled of the house In Wj been given nice no lady I Llfo f1Juwd idTt 1 yt thot o Emerson 1Y i y l r i- r ru 4 rc e A Wedding Decoration Whether It was a mistake or a Joke or simply an example of bad tacte rv- a question that Is still puzzling most ofjfthe passengers But no matter fioralmaatfront the ground in the form of a croUtROles white and roses red composed the body of the cross and greenleavescenter the word Peace was spelled out In rosebuds Everybody in the car admired the offering and when the boy set it down on the floor all leaned forward to examlno It more closely At length one old gentleman stood up and read- Justed his glasses in order to get a better look at it That Is a mighty pretty posy youve got there he said Who may I ask is dead The boy giggled Nobody t I know of ho said This aint for a funeral its for a wedding The old gentleman sat down heav ily Good Lord he said What Idiot ever ordered Peace inscribed on a wedding decoration The rest of the passengers smiled and many of them being married wondered as well but nobody ventur ed an explanation New York Times Death and Snuff A certain Margaret Wilson of West minster who was an inveterate snuff taker enjoined that a quantity of Scotch snuff should be placed in her coffin She also ordered that the ar rangements connected with her funer al should be as follows Six men to be my bearers who are known to be the greatest snuff takers in tbe parish of St James Westminster Instead of mourning each to wear a snuff colored boaver bat which I desire may bo bought for the purpose and given to them Six maidens of my old ac quaintance to bear my pall each to carry a box filled with the best Scotch snug to take for their refreshment as they go along Snuff was also to be thrown on tho threshold of de ceaseds dwelling before the cortege passed out snug was to be strewn on tho ground at every twenty yards In advance of the coma and the officiat ing clergymans fee was to be propor tionate to tho quantity of snuff he consumed during the ceremonyLon- don Globe What the Peruvians Believed A unique Idea of tho future state was that of the ancient Peruvians As the disembodied soul winged Its way to eternity it encountered two rocks upon one of which it must needs rest The choice was deter mined by the morality of the life In the flesh If it rested upon the left hand rock It was Instantly translated to Po or oblivion a state analogous to the Nirvana of tho orient If through early misdeeds however the unhappy spirit was guided to the right hand roek it entered into a purga tonal hell where fiends grated away the flesh from all the bones In suc cession after which the skeleton was reclothed and sent back to earth for another try There was no haste about this grating process It took something over 10000 years Australias First Theater The first recorded production of a play In Australia took place In June of the year 1780 It was called Tho Recruiting Officer Time proceeds of the first pay night some 20 went to the family of a man who had been drowned In January 1700 a rough and ready playhouse was opened and the public had to pay n shilling a mead for admission The payments were made In kind wheat flour or rum taking the place of the usual cur rency London Stnndart1IDisappearing Home Life The flat dweller ought not to keep a dog prefers not to keep a cat cannot have n garden has no chance of keep- Ing house has no possible place for memories and most emphatic of all has no use or accommodation for babies Although It may be possible to make hones without kittens or babies or flowers or memories or cupboards the spirit of home Is hard to woo and win without any of them Fortnightly Review Go Right at It Of course you know that germs communicate sickness Yes answered time man who Is ape prehensive about his health and the worst of it Is that they get right down to business In their communications instead of employing the scientific cur cumlocution of the medical profes sion Exchange A Substitute for Matrimony Successful business girls and women says Mrs Anna Stereo Richardson In Womans Homo Companion for February are too well off financially to want to marry Time girl who earns twelve fifteen or twenty dollars a week eels for herself u standard of living dress and small luxuries which would require a husband earning twentylive thirty and flftydolars respectively She re gards oat necessities what her muo her considered luxuries If a man who is earning only as much as the gM or a Sow dollars more a week asks her tp marryhim ho knows that the girl must either deprive hersof of eom9 things oho has grown to regard as ncce slti 55Jlor she must co mHnuedto work And there ia many a oho gry young wan today too proud to s11ow T1otlowork IIj t= Through agitation and her own hone 1 y 1- 1F 1 1 If++di F3 ++ ++4f t+ + + + + ++ + + + + + i i THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co 10 INCORPORATED 1- 0I WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE 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S A Is valid that tile Various presbyteries of the Cumberland church have not exceeded the authority in their constitutional power In forming tho union The court also says that the question of fceJef of the two churches Is Ilutely in feho Jurisdiction of tho ohurnhcourts that civil aubhorl Uea paw on tho question caeo went uiTfroni sturgiS 11h1JI Tho opinion was rendered dgeBarker Judge Ntmnvdlseetrtln- andI Judge Settle not sitting i I A Reliable Remedy Elys Cream Balm It quIckly absorbed OnceeIt cleanses soothes heals protects diseasethe membrane resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho Head quickly He stores the Senses of I1M I f G Y GlaTaste aud Smell Full size GO eta atDrug Rists or by mall In liquid form 75 cents lily Brothers 50 Warren Street New York SEEDSFresh Rillibl Ulrlnteed to Pi GardenerPUllIPlanter should SPECIAL Northern tnperlor merits FOR 10 CENTS WI wlIIld postpaid our COLLECTIONfelpeeDrTu tprlwwaalr 10- I ettp = oro to 10 Ii rarluyudalrI4 5e lam y1a W-wd4W 0Wnolni t wK Or nw rot Iminta 1 1SSIalRtowBLOBTllIC NkfrdIllPriolel 1 0 A a rijiialb S I w ti J t 4 tr 0 1 Ce 4 I rZ arB irIr j r tM fi C Jtiilf Vf h 4 1 r f kp i r oitW + Y wYiMc oYis ayf Nn K4 r d v 4ct sn sLL C1J rEI2 s1S EaS fIat rrIcc L JfP c iftt cat n- O s r- ca E The Greatest and Most ale Ever seen in Hartford Nothing like it ever put on in this county Our former efforts completely outdone Out buyer has dust returned from a market that receives the output of Remnants Mill Ends from some of the larg ry factorIes in the and has been very fortunate in bUying for the three stoles with he is connected ft some of the greatest bargains ever secured BUying these goods at less than manufacturers cost for this sale sounds foolish the average person but it is a fact nevertheless are MillEnd Remnants Simply thi Every ofcloth must have a begInning and an end ends are unfInished and may have some defect ins the cloth being cut out make SHORT LENGTHS In the seasons output these Remnants cumulate sold to people who can handle large quantities of Merchandise They consist of CalIcoes Ginghams Indiai Linens Tickings Waistings Suitings Ribbons Embroideries goods too to mention Sale Commences February 4 and Lasts Nine Days L We will hide nothing Everything open No deception no guessing no prizepackages that so often fool the r r buyer No goods carefully marked up so as to be marked down fr this sale Bargainsreal We f- e 1 a comparison of prices and values wIth any other sale This sale is strIctly our own No salvage concern to either you or us We are responsible every and piece of goods we put out Remember the date and dont miss it Tell your friends about this Come early but remember the best plums are not all ripe the first day Store changed each day new goods on display To best appreciate this sale come as many days as possible NO GOODS CHARGED durIng this sale No Cash Register Tickets will be given as we takeoff the of every of goods in the house every possible cent giving instant increased value to the buyer Dont miss this rare opportunity Store on day before commences I Short Lengths and Mill Ends Good Calico per yard 2 c Best Apron Gingham yard 50 lOc India Linen Gc Splendid Dress Ginghams no Pepperel 94 Brown Sheeting 19c repperel 44 Brmvn Sheeting 7c Good yard wide Brown Cotton 41c Beautiful Waistings formerly 20c now lOc Skirt Goods formerly 20c noV100Splendid Table Linens for 21c Betterlable Linen 390 Linen and Crash Toweling 4c to 9c Other short lengths in every class of goods could think of at unheard of prices Calicoes and Domestics 40IPatternsperfeot goods Good Bleached Domestic7cyd ydGoodThis sale will be followed by a WHITE SALE onia SPECIAISALL rMI LOOM Eusj Clothing Good PerfeotFitting Goods No Junk r SweatShop stuff just the cleanup of ur stock Suits this Sale 1550 t 1450 1650 4175 1500 II U 12 50I llC 900 750 r 600 600 l 400 Boys Clothing at greatly reduced- rices Onethird off on all 9dd Pants during his Sale 1 1 Overalls for 800 If you want to see some astonishing slues prices in Clothing just visit his Sale You will be T t theBarrelff dActual Laces and Embroideries Real Linen Lace 4 c a yard Embroideries 3c and up Immense values Bridestobe should patronize this sale in these lines especially t Date of sale 47IDsts nine dayS Dont overlook the Time the Plac the Bargains fe THIS SAtE IS Felt CASH ONLY r c ti4 ICJ J 1 i- 1ItI t t T Ieta iiI l tr Sensatlonai and est world which to What piece These which tare and otheic numerous r actual invite for sale t price piece closed sale Beautiful you 2250 2000 1100 Agood and agreeably eurprised February 11 fleece price Shoes Prices quoted without seeing the Shoe are meaningless Prices will be reduced from 10 t to 20 per cent but we have nothing in old or worthless stock to put out We dont have that kind Our Reputa tion on Shoea is n 1more V u able to us every day We willmaintain it Nor will we abuse your confidence Ir Rubber goods prices also reduced i Notions i 4 1Big Values In Little UlnRs 1 Four dozen Pearl Buttonsr50Adamantine Pins paperJf 10 Good Basting Thread 2 spools for 50 i 4 Good Envelopes 2 packages forf 50 Splendid Cotton Handkerchiefs33Pure Linen Baldkerohiers r 50 Fine Napkins per seti i 24c Box and E ff tOolgateNormsis TalcumPowder i n 15c s 4 Prove yourself a true friend and tell your neighbor j 1favor V storybetter Earnard Co i IJ1 r I EaztfoxdttiI fI I tI4 i II a 7 i- I h lf rl- tlI i tI u JJ 55 ms Jis