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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a L r I 1 tI J J 1j iF m II acttrI r Bqublican-l r J Ai rl 0 ro if tL j1 l iJEJneJob i Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TJIE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year YOEXXI HA1 TFORD OHIO COUNTj kiRYDAY FEBRUARY 19 1909 No 31 d NTENtjI k I bIY iilOne of Oar Citizens 1tiThe RedHtns The Cabin and tile rr Spring all that There Now Is Ot The Historic Place ri r IbepubncanI Bha1jawre ctete tl1o pr1Vilega of tblllnkte I Haw A It your ler of the Ijotoohmi day oetebrtttion at HodgensvU Friday Feb12tn1 Pie focus of too off of the umtfon- r It tor a day Hbdgemavue Is bUit a- ortdlnary n old county ttQw pot quite so large pore nearly ao preti- tya8 old Hartford n1iv1ng at the Hodgenavhlle depot at seven In too morning tini only spootacle prosagtng the great event e about two cures of vehiolaspabk- ed sardine taahlon on the common near rho deport Bugg4e surreys traps =uuaboutsapring end toad wag ono of every type of make and repro 1ievery tnga of decay were the roll call of du ty Horner of every concdvable dee criptiontrdm the oapattsonedj tito rougbbretl to the wlndgaied and spavin jolrttehh plugs afke awntted patiently this oorvtce On nccoUMuf a cold rain falling the curly wrivas shbwed no haste to doparih for the farm tI1lTco miles away and t1V hundred farmers sat ImpatientlY In their opeh wagons in adrencldl1g ntr Mveml hours About ten lock the cloudS iUrlnnoo and the exodus to the Lincoln fame began 3 IIho road tn the fnnn hndOOcn newy laid with cinders but was so nar- t Irow two ivmgone could scarcely pa pt at intervals Mounted pollc from Louisville were ffndOllw at IrC1 t J gunr paste along the road and roper t teoUy were tfio thousands of people handipd that no accident occurred My panty M1rived at the gatewy to the farm about twelve oclock and roman emlnenoo paused take a first look over rthe historic lOuoos surrounded bybeautiSul level or up- dulatingr farms tho Lincoln farm tor- seanbltngI tho oCCnn driven by a hur I mane roomed atrangelbt out of place Not a level nero graces the Lincoln homestead T1 eo little bIle rising to a he4ght of no more than mb fOOt ar3 II ecoty In number and the eldel1jneighborhood or chose the sdto because ot the novcrtatling spring VarJ x here and there by patches o1 tras or peralmmon sprouts theSe t red IIlla are tErien ns a desert Ito cabin a quutOOr of a mile from the pu61ic llghwtbY is reached DY a cinder path whose serpenrtine cou along the cremte of the ataing of red hill rein wds ono of a monster blacksnake Except tar titre concrete base upon WhiOb the cabin now hands tlto at udGlathe leas not yet adorn V od tiro taemltthat h1storyh a1lcndy rateed to lmperdr Ebb lame tRcquir ed In a word to deoorlbe the Lin ol- ntar111 IshiUId writer Desolation T history lot the Lincoln rohIn lIS re ted to me bYan old moo whQ was- boritaniireared onan adjoining farm Is briefly told Unlit a dozen years ago Stetddd where Tl10mas Lincoln lent it nearly a oonturw ago when a- Mr I DAyenVotGtJoughtll natfor tts historical hut for ItH pmoUcat value vii wmrod it about a mile and a bat- awayi where tt was rebuilt for J rest oonoe whore It tops until our ye m go when a gdm It nitn tOO wotnkfon apprrielatfcio 1 relic buUttho owner ft 1 iiina nice farm reetdence torta1b cabin i tonce put It oh exhlblUo in Various cities t the United SllUtee i Mptrtitwo yw3arsagoltab4rtCciiher r otQo1lle 8 tVeekl6 boup2i the h1a torlo cabin nd otgaAlaed he- 1k t + Lincoln F atvn oc1aikDa cor rf para tion Errnoone play oem ti1w48u weDitYllye cents i hot more than wentlflveUnI I1I mry oanttlbt lLor whither be- I4 iye the darssst or er8mnw1 14 tJ re vean vedcertltlcate ofmem I Jbeililili andLee name tarabsred niacroU t v1n be forever 1Jnt h 8l1n lb Linooln mtrttsum fen ire will 1 rldeu there rriw oabin1s eiiMeen feetagtiar bt 1 enauA oe 4pe l ri r b Rl Id hnaug- bt rIJ l t n Ta scuttle hale in one canner Thega are small bird rough Lawn or skeip- ed There fa no doubt about the genulnonees or the logs esdep the throe lop rounds Yh1d1 ire adtuktedly- 1a4Crpolated to Supply as manY stolen- Rlido the cabin was stored In an- eaetern city lttJll9tWQ doors and ono sma1 square pmeless window The roof laof os boatd held in- plaCQ by ribs and k sand the dlck chimney Is a tumbe down ntrnIr but t13eo are not or course original but aresu pllcdtnoompl the harmony of the building The Cabin snuds do the oentler of a concrete base e forty teot square upon the Q111rgh- lat whloh will be built the marba museum that will shelter the cabin forever within y1deh W111 be preserved every l1Q Cot Uncoln that petrl- odam will yield UP SIx soldiers night MIdday laud the rude Ibut aa- crcd edifice Tho auto thlds of the Lincoln farm win be speedily converted Into n national park and on ho tWelth day of Fobnuwy 1y1O win be formally turned over Aim the national government by the Lincoln FlIU1111 Association rhe spring nt tM root of the hill Some soventyflve yards below the cabin Js now tile mot favrous fauntnJn that flows trim Amelteat tenIIng rock above dmpla and In lost from night A great tent SVQyd with trhe gusts ot iii south wind rwh1loGQv Willson and exGov Faulk of MHssourl and Tlheo dare Roosevelt recounted tile valor and the virtues of Rae grout than whoso birth was here ThePresidentsa sweet raced wife and beautifuldaugh- ter and tho charmhtg Mrs WU100n graced the platform from wtlch bite nations gnat men fpoke but to me the hour of the living great bad theggaunt great man In whose honor we wore theig ni lt9 hover gently over ltsilh Urtn4ful ofi the throng I stood before the crumbling cabin laverwhelmed wIth love tor that ooun- Itry from this the row liest and mroncSt condition ot birth n boy might rise to the rent and the highest condition of power and Im perishable Ainre I looked upon the I axe marks on the onbin walls nod reflected how little Thomus Lincoln dreamed tlUt marble wails one day would be raised an endurIng bar tier against tile decay of the labor of h13 hands I drank the crystal waterrr of tile Lincoln spring and thought solemn ly how foreIgn to tile thought of Thomas and Nancy Lincoln tlratl sn bred soldiers would one time restrain ton thousand thlnQ men un tIl the President ot eIghty mUUons of people had first drank rem the coursing abream Looking n last time upon time low ly robin I remembered wWu melan ohrolly sadness how just one hundred years before within those xmreo and barren walls that noble but rustic mother impressed a first kiss upon wrinrskled with the tnle3of a ueoolvlng nation and finally looking heaven wand I could scarce repress the wish to send a meascmgu of the day across tiro bridgeless SUit to those rugged paronts of potantJal Immortality v J H T1IIOMAS Narrows Ky SALEM Feb 15Rov Go H Ixtvvrenoe clas- od a esrlea ot meeting at Cane Run tiro church was grently revived and rooetvcd seven members by Baptism The church being without a peor caRed film unanimously as pastor ho accepted the call and will preach there alurday before the ltJhirtL Sun day and Sunday also Itbv J T Mtone wife died the Binst and will be be buried today at the family burying groUnd Ilra oton1u the sinrpathy of his many triondsMr and Mrs O A Wilson visited hex father Sunday night and return eI borne Monday air C NOhritidan1imdeblstour- d ushrersa preSent ot antco range 2GQO each il G WIlson went tQ FP1dB11 e Saturday om business air Else D bealtls Teaching U IJIngingso1oo1 at FairvlWschOOJ house fir Forest Jamison and wife vlslt- od him moLherM ZL Mary n SV9ieon Sunday mlrJ W p III1dfml1v1a4too Q CampandfentI Sunday yIIQIn to the wife oClrr MIR8ley- i a One glrtthe 14t- hal13ord J hot the wlfebtb NAIan-L Jjela tin bays the t thrr l i- a J a 1tc T l J V 1 u rJhiJRvJI Jl JRVlR11R Rv1R JtlvJL Xo- j A 400 Piano Free The Repuhlitxau JS going to give the most popular young lady i in Ohio county n handsome piano valued at 400 rate mrdirbd of this free girt Is annotmsod on page 8of this Issue and we ask everyone to rend it carefully Mw perusing the announcemunw out out tile Mminn1ng ooupan mill It outnd hand tt in to thta office or I mall it to us Some young lady Is going to receive this valuable gift and your favorite may us well be the one as not Aside tram tile person whb places she ful candidate In nomfoadlon- will receive n valuable pnlze While the plano is the bIg prise we wIlL also give severwl other prizes of great value which will be announced later so toot all whb actually work win receive a enbstantiai reooguiou Now ist- ime time to send lu your nominaUgn r as It mny menu not only a- sutetanUal reward to you but also toyour choice Foil paddcularew- 114 be furnished to aU whb inquire and further announoeUCl1bl will be made through these Columns later Oxvcvc cvclxWlacvc c ac cxtat t x eaewo FOR THE BUSY READER Gv A E Willson has Issued 01 letter thanking on bebahf of Kentucky the men who took prominent parta In the Llnooln centenary cetebntion at Hodgenville TlJJtl blind tiger keepers who hove been evading arrest by ralrnloltttes of the law on the lCeatucleyfDtlnmc ieo bOrder line In WihMey county were ea4iured Tuesday Sheriff W D Crowley with seven deputies Couury- Aitorney Steely and privets dotodle9 made the raid capturing fOllrteeon white men three women and three negroes So far as Congress is concerned the conStltutlonnl bar to the ncceptuno- ob Senator Knox of the Sate port toa lo In tab Ttaft Caibint was removed Tuosday wkien the Iioum or ltie- presentaives passed tile bill reducing the oalary of the Secretary of Suato- Tito bill at first was defdatedtruugh the taLurc of twoUllrda of tnemOm bers to rote for It but It was brought upa zecoud time under n spe cJal rule and passed by a mujority- va e A S of E News Dcda Local A S of E met In regular Session February 13th 1 p n House was cu1ed to order by the president All of the officers were Ires ont and several members After regular order of business was gone througlu with we had several good talks for the good of thb order We have taken In several now room born lately Would say thttt DOOn lo cal hue thud a hard struggle on account of tile influence of our sister county But we tiro proud to say that the members of our local tlh3i have been led estray ore commlng back and paying their dues to tile grand old organization that has brought us where wo urn tbdny It Is a mister to me to see good old gray haired men and younger- men taking so little Interest in tire organization of the farmers when they aU say Equity le all right we dent want It to go down I want to know where would the organization be today If a few of us had not stood at our post aU the time I want to know from you moo that dout pay any dues or attend your local do you feel like you are getting some thing for nothing or do you think you are doing your neighbor justice Some have one exeahto and some another some say they have not the money to spare to pay their dues I will say that a man that has pool ed 1 good load of tobacco loss got enough out ot gutty to pay his dues tar 20 years I feel sorry for nay man that thinks that any orguni- zation can be run without ante money Some men day I am too old That may Je so but dont your children and grand children need oh organization that will help them to buy a home Now lot me tell you weak kneed would be Equity men tt somebody would pay Our dues and do aU of tin work you could talk Equity sum onbugh NoW u you dOnt help uslfel lowe that have worked so hard for fivoysatsto keep Equity moving WQ may get tiroo end quit and tobacco W1l1go back to 3 2 and 6Oateand that Bali YoU ouubt to get if you 101 dd anythJig for the Society of- gmty LD T C EJORtOhmm Card of Thanks To all our trlcnde relatives who have erliso Mthdul during tb- alckttese e and death 0 my sari 0oer1- 1f o Everly I wteh4to extend mye4a- cerest ranks l- gts t J OVERLY- Mj t J Srrrj 1 i ft1 ji21o t0 r 1IlJ SMALLIIOUS Feb 15Mr Tom Godsoy and son masur Jim Gbdsey Mrs Alva uno way and daughter MIss Maude Callo wayand Mrs Robert Hunter aro on Cho sick flit at thlswrtling- MA lllockbum and eons Harry and- O orge were the guests of her aunt at Mcllemy recently ilr Jesse Kirtley boa been absent from SmnllhnuB during the big sale ofl3ArnnTY Co aim Hartford and Llvernrore c erklng tar them JIT Eckles UJnuett Waver Dam wag the guest ot his uncle Alva way last week Dirand 11rs J C Bennett and IndrliI4Fred Boone and Miss Janie Do01lc attended the uxsofug a Nelson SundayAii Alva y wore in Ceutral City recently lire C T S Overton was in Central Citylat Thursday jorlJohu unman wont too Beaver Dam Saturday Messrs O W Overhults and Owen Ilunter aupndcd the lfaronc lodge at Island Tuesday evening Mt0 W Ovenhults attended tile call nleeting at the Masonic lodge ut Comlvo Saturday evening lcssrs O P Morris and Bernice Durham Ceralvo wetn In our midst Thursday Miss Flaudie Davis was n guest or Miss Omn Maddox last Sunday mi14tu- tMr Ed Ashby Centretown vvnsat- Smallhous Saturday L Rev Bruner Dead in Owensboro The Rev Robert T Brunerone of tiro most highly esteemed mInisters of the Baptist denomination In the Green river section of Kentuckydted suddenly of heart failure ut 6 oclock Sunday afternoon at his home In Owensboro The veteran minIster returned from tho JOfulehem church In Ifendeson county about 3 oclock Sunday afternoon He had conducted the services at the morning hour nt this church After conversing with his wire for u slier while he announced tlmt ho IwllS not reeling very well His wife left tire room and on hlrMum saW his- head had fallen to hIs breast and he appeared to bo in a stupor A physl clan was summontdbu6 to no avail his death mauling n few minutes following the arrival of the doctor JINGO Feb 17Rev Lvuls of Echols filled his appointment here Saturday and Sunday Congregation small owing to bad weather lire Sally DuggIn died on the lUh lust at her homo near this Place of cancer and was burled at Bethel church Friday She leaves an aged husband and one daughter to mourn her loss Funeral ad burial of their brother = lnlaw Alonzo Gray nt Central Grove on the 16th last Messrs George Cox or this pac and Clarence Howard and Arthur York of the Concord neIghborhood tart Mon day for CJmtJ point In Tennessee Mr AG Murphy was called to the bedside of this sister Mrs Rev T J Acton near Olaton on the lath nat who WI18dangoroUSlY ill of m grippe sho continued to groW worse until Sunday ariorntng who death came to her relief After funeral I1If tt Vernon Maaday bY Rev Daily her 10 mains w lAid to rest in the Id- klU burying groUnd Mrs Aotnn was born andmised hero and has many frIends hwe to mourn her sudden death kc Mr tcave Cooper any wife was tall ed to di bedside ot their daughter Mks li dnStswartot Taylo Mines l tSatur y who Is eIoU8 f11 Mrs Belle CoghUl has moved 1V1 t iilV It hack to her boron at this placer J D Nelson has bought a tine mare of Den Peach price paid 16000 Mrs Pearl Murphy ot Dundoo wa- sdouating among friends nd relll times hero Saturday and SundayIMrs Alice Murphy who hM been- spending the wintoiaat Eddyvilletwlth her slater Mm lit T Likens return ed home last Saturday Miss oGotgJe T Allen who has boon sojourning at Narrows hoB returned borne Mt J W Vance sod to Mr Moreland a fine mUch row DavidI consldemtion 4500o- W H Allen ot near Owensboro trade a mlylng trip to this place Puce day returning Wednesday Miss Prudle Allen was called to the bedside of her aunt nt Pleasant RIdge who tea quite U1 ceatic rheumatism Allea is quite sick at this writing Equity Papers De8dcs the EquIty Form Journal the atNlonal paper for dire Socletyl the Sla e of Wisconlsn supports u fine paper oaliwl biro WiSCansht lu1 ty NeWs North Dakota and Ken tucky wl 1 have Sato papers of their own In the very near future The Multitude a moottiy perlod1rol published by the Rev J T Touhy L L D St Louis S1b Is almost exclusively for Equity lbbacoo Tidings of ClnclnnntJI Ohio Is especially strong in the work while such coun ty papers M The Pendxionlan of Fal mouth Ky the Elizabethtown News of Elizabethtown the Nirrur of the same pnce the Clarion of Hwwcev111e Republican of Hanford News of Dover And others not now do mind are never issued without liberal notices of the current week of the Society Equity Farm Journal TaylorHunter Mr Owen Hunter and Miss Debbie Taylor were nlalrll Wednesday cv- oulng at 730 oclock at the home of the bride on Union Street Item VIrgil Egin of the Methodist church said the words which made the happy couple tuna and wife Mr Hunter Is t prosperous young farmer and business man or SU1UIIIJOII while tho bride Is one of the most cirnrnting young ladles of Hartford and a daughter of Mr Pen Taylor formerly of Stnallhons She Is n sister uf Mr Berry L Taylor or tile firm of Burnard Co The woolllng was a quiet one only n few of the relatives and Immediate friends being Invited Time young cou plo have the good wishes of a host of friends BARRETTS FERRY Feb 15Health In this community Is very good ut present Mr J H Thomas of arrows an- da11 Hurllson of this place made a trip to HodgeulUo Friday return lug S1turda Miss Pearl Davlsson Is visiting her sister Mrs Amy Cole at Dundee lire OIM Roorlc of McIienryvls- itwl his many friends here Sunday IMr Will Green is visiting his daughter Mrs Hobbs wI Haines yule Ky Mr Romney Graham of Narrows was the guest of his sister Mks- Arvts wedding Saturday and SUn day tlilss Grace Wedlllng spent S1ur day night with her cousin MIs Olivia Harrison Mrs Ida Payne who hM been vis lUng her sister Mrs Chares Fore roan Owensboro for the past week returned home Saturday Air L E Petty was gone outs of nenrIoooupy the business house of Mr LIE Potty ntr J M Ikulnam has moved to Owe Bboro HOPEWELL Feb 1611r and Mrs Johns Cum- mins spent the day at Mr J J Rue cells Sunday att Dud DAvenport was time goesb ot his unQA E R Wflllnms time first of the week Mr H A Lewis went to Hn11ttord yotserdaylllss Coleman visited lf1S1i Bertha Drawn ot Rochester Satur stay and Sunday Mr Orville Taylor of Wysox died last Tuesday ot pneumonia IM1sa Katie Russell spent Sunda with Miss Oasie Russell Mr laytort Wililamb spent Sunday wIth Mr A J Davenport lAir and Mrs E R Graves visa t oil Mrs Graves m thorYrS Nancy ua sell Sunday 1Irvm D kl1wil1 stark fo- Iiiinois inn few daYs I w o J 4 4- a r WE THREE DESTROYED BY FIRE SPlendid Boat Quickly Re duced to Ashes Forman and Sons Heavy ILosers With No Insurance The little gasoline boat Wo Throe owned and operated Iby Dr Forman and sons was entirely do- stroyed by fire ar Spottsv1le last Tuesday evening The boat left Evansville about G oclOck on its way to Hartford with a good load of freight most of which however was on board II barge which till boat uses for Its Green River trade Tire fire otglnated In the egnlne room ignlt lug the oil and gasoline soaked tim bers causing rapid destruction trMro was no chance whatever to hxavo trba boat from the startand Lwjary ltt1j of llm contents was saved frllPl1 was cut loose and time freight on It was nil saYed but very little of the freight on board the boat could be- gdten out Something lure 100000 worth of freight was on board the main boat consigned to Hartford mer chants The following local merchants had consignments of freight In various anlouns Cuton Co J C Ilex James IJyone Moore SonCol line Griffin and Ole Ohio County Supply Co All or thIs freIght however was covered by insurance with the exception of teat consigned to Carson Co and J C Jur so that time lass to Ifatxford merChants rill- not bo more Ulan 260 or 3tb Tilt We Three hind just been supplied wIth now and ooatly maohinery and anew wheel which bad only mado one trip The FornwulfI abruhl a loss of- somothring like 100000 uvifih no insurance as It is prllCtiwlly Il11po- sstbloto set insurance on Yhfs hind or crrift There gentlemen hmo worsted faithfully to build up a trade between Iartford and Evt1IU1lIIe and they have saved Hartford ruorchnnts hundreds of dollars In freight rates since they canto Into the trade They have likewise boor n moans of building up a trade at Hartford for the Evansville wwol106ale merchants which tiller saver enJoyed before TIlcro Is n feeling among JJlle Ifar4ford bus Iness men that something should bG done to assist them In putting a now and even bo er boat In the trade and this scheme wl1 1I11Iy tale del lnite shape within a few days The gasoline tow boat R E Lee left Hartford yestordny morning In charge of captain n C Porter to meet Captain Forman nt Livermore and bring the barge and whatever may have been saved from tl10 lit fated boat to Hartford Cnlrtaln For man and hIs excolert family who have made hundreds of friends among our citizens since their residence here have the sympathy of tile eul1rc town In Memory of Cicero M Everly Dark clouds gather oer time face of the sun and days seem long and gloomy Showers ral upon ttta earth but soon the sun comes peeping through the clouds dispelling the darkness nnt gloom How brIght amid beautiful earth seems once snore So Into all our lIves come dark coudy days Showers of bitter tears fall and wn become quite despondent But through It all the Sun of Righteous nose comes shedding his hopeful light Wo dry our tears and look forward to a botor land Cicero M Ewuly was born Aug 20 1861 and died Feb J 1909 Early In life he became n snentbor of the Methodist church and lived a con sistant member until his death For some years he suffered with that dreaded disease consumption and although lie was sick for many months he never murmured Ho has leftus I a beauUul exampo of patience May we all take his example and soUvo that we will meet him In the Great Beyond A FRIEND Notice R F Ds A mooting of the Rural letter cu rtes of Ohio county is called for Beaver Dam at 1 oclOck P m Snot urdny Feb 29 AU carriers of the county are urged to attend os Im portaut matters will be conlsdeerd- I I H F LOWE P DEE MiLLEII sec i ti L r fr i 1i t J CORNER H STONE T0 MEMQRIjL LAIDAND LINCOLN FARM UEDIGTEO I By Approprate and Impres sive Ceremonies I r President Theodora Roosevelt paid IV dej tttA Glowing Tributelo the Mem ory Of Great Emancipator While the sun pied hide and geek Lbe oJouds and true wise saw a tUne in Wie itaieietops last Friday a nation pausd and paid rovedreniti tri buto to tho memory of ill gmates son Trio LnicalR Farm of a hun dred years ago is now one of tho Moocas of the world and the iyoMoi clay soil thq rude log cabin and the purling spring underneath tore rocks Lfitocofortlh will duo clash to thb doom of the American cation At 233 oclock President mhetodor Itoosaveh fold the cornier tine of tM lAncota Mjomortal Hall and dedicate tho Lincoln Farm and the h1theito insignificant field tfcat Tom Lancojn cu Umtcd a century opo became a plow of universal renown and a shrln of American liberty while HodgeavlU Ky demonstrated once MId for all its imrfutable claim to a permanent price upon tlhe map 1C was a Bconoi every spectator wilt rwmember all his days Kentucky was tharo 5000 Strong The UnltRdl States was there in the person of their President Theodore Roosevelt Though the winds blew and the clouds rolled by and the rain toll drizzling over nil nature was stilliboneiflQeintforitlho roll- Ing hills the picturesque valley tiie al most subterranean spring and she far stretching lanscapo iwit a jroetdc toe to the scone BUL more than itheia sh nous of nature more than the glamor and entaanidng magnificence of tihe oc caslon over the above and through everything oleo was the spirit of pa trtotlsm evoked by time memory of tote Great Emanclpator In vfliose honor the people were gathered there And the pcopTto were theme many thousands in number though many more would Inc boon there dad leweather been more favorable and Mw roads more passable The atmosphere could not have boon more chilling without freezing the rain could trot Image fallen faaier wltliout iwurlng down and could not have fallen lower without stopping altogeher and the dayontlie 1iole could not have been more uncomfortable wiJhoUt being un bearable Only a strong l3ItT otlsm in their hearts together with the inurln sic atJtraclccis of the Lincoln lOirm could have Induced them to venture out of doors But the patriotism was there and the Lincoln lOann was to be dedicated and thousands came from the hillsides from the valleys and tine stretches from Kentucky the United States and even a few from foreign countriesPresident Roosevel in dedlcatdng the famous Lincoln farm spoke as follows Wf have mot here to celebrate rime hundredth anniversary of tho birth of orb of the two gr oMes3 Americans of one of the two or three greatest mon of tab nlnoceniifii cfiatury of one of the greatest seem in the worlds history This roll sputter this boy who passed his ungainly youth In Uho dire poverty of Who poorest of this cutler folk whoso rise wns by weary and jmlnful labor lived to lead flila people through tho burning flames ofasirug glo from whidi the nation emerged purified as by fire born anew to a loft ler life After long years of Iron ef fort and of allure that camo more oftfcn than victory lie at lass rose to tho leadership of the Republic at tM moment uihon thtit IcadeTahlphad become the stupendous worldtask of Who time Ho grew to know greatness but but never liapplness saw that uflilab springs from doing well a painful and a vttal task Tower was his but not pleasure The furrows deepened on his brow but his eyes wore undimmed by either bate or fear Ills gaunt shoulders wore bowed but his steel thews never faltered as he bore for a burden the destinies of his peope ills great and fonder liwrt shrank from giving pain and the task allot too Mm was to pour out like water tho llfoblood of the young man and to feed in his every fiber the sorrow of the women Disaster saddened but never dismayed him As Uw red year of wnr went by they found Urn ever doing future with faorJoss front high unIbrokenhe worked and suffered for the peo pie Triumph was his at time last i 11coromu11dEkr a wo nre berondI measure fortunnito in the character the two grcatoa of our public men Washington and Lteoln Widely though they differed in externals tlhe j i Virginia landed gnomicman and the f Kentucky backwoodsman TUh jc were r Ulm in eBBentria6 they were tree 1nthe meat QuadttleB whit dered each able to teder servio to I lira maJtloav arid to aU manklnrf BBch to nb other man of his generation ooiAdc did esfibr Eocb had lofty ideals but eaCh in striving to attain ttteee lofty Ideals woe guided by tihe soundest common eena Eabh possessed Inflexible courage in advendty and a soul wholly unspoiled by prosperttj Each possessed all the gentler vir tues commonly exhibited by good men who lack rugged rengthat charac ter Each pcsoasod also aUtihe strong qualities commonly exhiblYJd by those to gmastClSof mankind who Wave too often shown themselves devoid of eo much as the understanding of the words by wihioh we signify thfl quadtk of duty of lofty ddsinuer estodncss in batiWiog tor the good of idioms There have been other mon as great and other men as good but In nil the history of manldnd Uwno are no other two prealti men as good as those no ptfuer two good men as great Widely though the problem of today differ from the problems set for solution tb Washington whew ho founded this nation to Lincoln when he saved it and treed the slave yet the qualities they showed in aneettng these problems are exactly the same as thoso we should show In doing OU- Twork today- Uncaln saw into the future with tho prophetic imaginnUon usually vouchfiofed only to tile poet and the seer Ho had in him all the lift to ward greatness of Uw visionary with out any of th visonaTys fanaticism or egoism without limy of the vision arys narrow Jcaiously of the practical maw and Inability to strive In practical fashion for the realization of an Ideal He had the practical mans Ibord common souse and willingness to adap means to ends but there wits Inlhlm none of that monWdi growth of mind and soul whcllh blinds BO many practical men to tlhe higher things of life No more practical man erar lived than this homoly backwoods Ideal Ilst but he had nothing in common those practical men whose con Bctenoos are warped until thfey tail to diaJlngulsh between good and evil frill to understand that strengJh abil ity shrewdness wfaother In the world ot business or of politics only serve Ito make their possessor a more nox toils a more evil member of that com munity If they are not guldod and controlled by a fine and high moral sense We of this slay must try to solve many social and industrial problemsI requiring to on esplclal degree the resolutionIby the ways in winch Lincoln used bo h these traits as he strove to reform I We can learn much of value from the very attacks which follow headIettaeksnnI reaaton He never wavered IK devo tion to his prlnolpies in his love for the Union and in his abhorrcno of slavery Timid and lukewarm people were always denouncing him because he was too eXirome bu as a matter of fact ho never wont to extremes he worked step byst paad because of this the entranlss Lamer denounce him wlJh a fervor which now seems to us fantastic In Its edification of AttJ1wIrtevoJ was against slavery the loading aboltilonlsti denounced him as the slave hound of Illinois When h9 was the second time candidate for President the majority of Ms opiwn oats attacked him because of whait they termed his extreme radilicallsin wfaile a minority threawned do bolt his nomination because lie wits not radical enough He had continual ty to check Whose who wished to go for ward too fast at the very time thatlLe overrode the opposition of those whb wished not to go onward art ill The goal was never dtnr befoiw ibis vision but to plced wdids kay cautlously with out either halt or hurry as he strode toward It through such a morass of difficulty that no man of less courage would have attempted it while It would surely have ovenvlheamed any man of judgment less serene Yet perhaps tOO most wonderful thing of all and from the stAndpoint of tho American of today and of time mum the most vitkflly importrunt was the extraordinary way in wJuoh Lincoln could flight valiantly ngalnst what ho dfrmed wrong and yet pre servo udCnn5nilrihcd his love and re spool for the brother from whom he dflfeml In the hour of a triumph that would have iturnied any weaker mans head in the heat of astTugelo which spurred ninny a good mart to dreadful vlndlctlvcnesB he said truth fully that eo long as he had been In his office bo had never willingly planted a thorn in any mans bosom and besought his supporters to study f yr tAte oti tt tow bWik1 they werb 3 4ig psfMr laa- phytira l N i1 LAaim VtiR1 4 Po nois M WrOI1g 4b be avCT d eNdie wW1 rifeeaaeaea is IosAafaouidsss6is tho suite was over all ahoaM iitte In a common sliest to flare diGiir ae9rt mull country He Jived to uaya that iw l and Wnrtbte wijenr btuat ealtgtirta- gafast brother forttai1 b1TpJn desmed to tieblaem i iar a corniest BO grim tOO strong mWIJo atone can carry ft through wwriwely abl6rtzlo rt 1M1eiiett vkrtlons of those wItli whomTltoey grapple In moral strife At r wioh tins a anon see ittetoufehi B nl darkly to only tote rarest and loMest spirits Is vouchsafed thatottK yi lon wflddh graduaMy comes to aH evea to tfco lesser as the struggle ladw lnito distance and wounas are forgotten and peace creeps back tnthetsthat were hurt Drub to Lincoln5 wos given tills supreme vision He did not hate the men from whom te dif fered WeakiMBs wits as foreign as wickedness to uda Wrong gentle na ture but his courage was of a quay so high that It needed no bolsiSering of dark passion Ho saw clearly Itftiat the taupe high qualties tho same tour age and willingness for self Cr4ttce anid devotion to the right as IS was given them to set the right belonged both ito the men of the NorihioBd to the mon of the Souitih As the years roll by and na nit of us wherewr we dwelt grow to teed an equal pride In the valor and eodfdoyen afllko of the men who wore tiw blue Mid the men who wore the gray so this whole nation will grow to feel a j cular sense ot pride in the man whoa iblood was shod tor the union of Ms pople and for the freedom of a naoej the lover of ibis country and plll man kind tlhe mightiest othe tnlghty men who mastered the mdghity days Abraham Idncol- nABSOLUTELY NO REST FOR A DESERTER Shrewd is the Man Who Escapes The Toils of the Army The most persistently trailed law breaker in tiho United States todayI is the deserter from the army From the time lie is rand missing at vlie post where he dS stnJtianed until the inevitable hour when an officer oPnny one of a dozen different Ftedeinl and civil denominations lands him In cus tody ho is a criminal marked for punishement and ho Is shrewd indeed if ho escapes said J E Morrison a deputy In the United States Marshal office In the Federal Building yester day The business of Mr Morrison is sometimes to sent over hundreds of sheets of glossed paper bearing the picture and description of abcsonders from forte throughout the country Its possessions and Cuba Hehos learned he says that tour fifths of those are forargin torn and profpisalon al slimy deserters with bad records left behind them In Europe Out of a bunch of posters ho was mailing oub yesterday 45 out of 62 of tiho deserters worn credited in the descrip tion as having been born In Continen tal Europe usually Hungary Russia and Germany Delsdea the chances of an escap lug soldier to got away from his puny lahment that of an ordinary jail break er hounded by civil officers Is a bagatelle In the first place a sol dier in or out of uniform is a 6oldit r In habits and carries with the telltale step nod inannjrietms of the ser vice The lock step of the state pri son will wear away becauae it is only an incidental of tho prison life and the convict doing time con do It more or less perfectly according to his In clinoJ lon or the watchfulness of the guard but the whole life of the sol dier is BoUlering and he can never get away from it Now turn a man so masked out in the world with A 650 reword on his hood and send to every village post office police station Constable Sheriff and United States MartWail to the- wihole country his oocumAo descrljiilloh and a picture of him dn two gUitterlng mtmtudes fwd you have placed liln In the pre tof the desezUng- soldier and narrowed his chanceb to in infmDteslmal bit of progressing 60 miles from the stantlmg point witlhout irrcati Mr Morrison sold that more andIs probably spent by the GovToranment idvertdfiing a deBorter than tho ro ward of J50 offered for Ms capture Tho Crlmo of Idleness r Idleness means irouble for any are IbJtbe taupe with a lazy liver vjt caumee constipation headache jaundice show complexion pimples And blotches loss pf appotfle nausea jtout Dr Kings New Life Pills soon ban j lies liVcr troubles and build up your i health 25c at all diuggstss N f L F9 BIGTmN1flktNCE Now ini ssion at Nations Capitol i i Delegates FresentFrom Every i i ff1fr1 north America- Crtiiaent iWsub1OgOon February 11341Yite prop gram of here North Asniericaa Censers vaJtioni Oonferenoo which opens in NVtyahtogton on Fly 18 lilt been competed and rife main trpttxmlB of it have just been made public the Presldlenit will necdvo the Oanaldlan and Mpxtoato ComnahisBlbnerB at 1 oclock OUt Thursday morning in the East rosin of the WbJie House The miflmbereof the Cabtnes and ofChe National Cbnser voJtion Commission will be presonlt The Canadians and Mexicans will be yreesc1 4dto the PreeBldOTft by Soore tary of State Bacon This session will be wiholly Jntornml and brtof At Its conctealon the Confras will prp coed to 4JheDpamaJJcRIoom of the State Depairtmeut where the regular seselona will be held It is prob able that Itihe remalndtir of Uwmorn Ing Will belt100n up Mfldh formal adi dresses pf welcome and responsea of the visitors In the afternoon the Conference will tulw up Its work In earnest It Is expected that the sea sions wilt continue the remainder of the week The evenings of the foreign dote gates will be very fully occupied wltih various soda functions that have been gcdbytlhcdr compatriots and Goveitnmenit otficera in Washing ton The pcrsonol of thto deletions from Canada and Mexico guarantee the ac complishment ot real results fromithe Conference for all tba members are experts In the natural resources of their countries Canada will be represented by the Honorable Sydney Fisher aQnlster of Agriculture otIho Dominion the Hon amble catford Sltton ExMlnlster of th Interior under wlhose adminlsra Mon runny of the regulations concern Ing the use of Canadas resources were adopted and Dr Henri S Boland a member of the Canadian parliament who is a wellknown aufoorJty on gatlon will also Iw accompanied by Robeert E Young land export In tab Canadian Depar burnt of the ImtoTlop who will mot as its Secretory To represent Mexico PresldenftBlaz has sent Romulo Escobar Manuel A Dee Quevedo and Cardos lSoJerleeer De QU edo and Carlos Sellerler Sen Escobar who heads the delegation Is one of the foremost authoattlesdn- Mexico on dun agriculture of the coun twoHe has been at different times Minister of the Department of Agriculture and of the Deppartraent of FVwwstry 1Vlih his brother toe aisle tho harm paper Eli AGRICULTDII MEXICANO and Hie presented a paper on Agriculture in Mexico at the time of the St Louts Exposition Senor De Quevedo Is the inwsenitj rends tar of Poreatery Snow 40 Feet Deep The mogul engines which were atalU ed In the recenl blizzard out West do- not appear Kb be worthy successors ot n certain Hercules engine Mch curt a noble figure in the English blizzard of 1836 To apprerfato the role played by Uhe Jorcules some idea must be given of- the effect of the storm on other moth- ode of travel Ttaurlteon mall roaches wore abandoned on 00 many roads Another was dug out of drifts five time between Exier crud Londoon Another was buried eo deep What it took 300 men prdnclpally coppers and miners several louts to make a passage to the coach and rescue the mails and passeneom while near Ohwt Damn the snow lay ito a depth of 30- or 40 fet the milary being turned out to the number of COO to clear the way In London tlw drifts were 10 toot deep and hundreds of men and cants were employed hauling snow out to the fields in the suburbs Tag murk ets were In a bod way One day only rOUT stallholders were able to reach n main market GreeenB which a few days bore tlhe stonn were being sold for 3d a bunch at market now fetched from lOd to Is turnips carrots and celery becoming equally dram while id handfuls of parsley realized1 Bd and the happy possessor of a bunch rhloht toe had prvioiisly puroha d for trio prize no lees a sum than f1 2s 3d Amid aU hilt oanfufloni the jyolneer allwajB covered thomieenves with glory by running tralne twtlithI deepcu4tinglaid drifted dayandCCoTdJn ftq Lime Queen great numbers of pcopjo turned out to see how th Hercules en Brae jvould get along Tiey Jknaafln Idof course that ah9 AWul 4 be oppnd fmibfothe1r astoniahmient the engine ftP fY iJj k hfj dMh d rig hubo Ma drift oeearisB hit pay 4oM11u apperer fly w4Miost ttM Iftfcto Jlirtteuity the noW M MwetMf4ykig overthe top of flee imgtae obIt tter Mke founf slam tile broken wages ofa violent asstsod notsvi+ hsirading obatntotlon liIeltrk1 came dqwn from GreenSiwid 20 mwes In oee rand a quartta 7oshDilling Thilospphy tizjbwt p itep c fit common sense toge but it iz omen a long stride guaacliWaotian om senea- JT ke tie sentcnaicelt tout or the word and you will take most or the virCew with it- Oonaebtenoe iate bedekribodaB tbJ9 WgbeHt order or tnatinlct mare iz Boahtog BO plenty in bide world az lies men woods end waste places are full ov t1Iiun Car has aM the vices ov tOO ant mas and sum ov time viii iowa There 4zno ndov courage that kan be imposed uponus that Iz worth the pains and anxiety ov revenge The real luxury ov Luv Iz ito tail In to it without being able to tell how or why It happened Suckoesfi iz older than good or bad luk and makes them bdtfli work forho Oompertence Iz lime haiUway house be t ieen povealJy and wdth and Iz time most comfortable ton on the journey Tallent flourishes bi picking up what genius drops hi Who wayside and will fatten whose gnus starves Bigotry may be woroso than infidelity An infidel may be honest but a bigot kant De even if he tries Tha heart should be the wife the head tile husband HEMAHKABLEREGORDOF Uncle Jack Welch Has Traveled Five times the Distance Between The Earth and Moon Owensboflo Ky Egb 12 = Uncle Jock Welsh an engineer on tlw Louisville and Nashville railroad between Owensbono and Russollvllle has are cord of which any locomotive englneo would bo proud and of which few cani boats Uncle Jack began to time nun bewtecn this city and Russellvlile on Septem ber 1 1882 making one round trip every day and tihe distance traced Is 144 miles Calculating1 from Septer her 1 1882 to February 1 1909 which is twentysix years and tour months at 144 miles a day and the total distance covered is 1384080 Unite Deducting one year for loss ot time on account of sickness and layoffs reduces the distance by 52580 miles travkd by Undo Jack while hold Ing the throttle of a locomotive Jit is 25000 miles around the earth therefore Unco Jack has mode the trip fflftyfthre bno eronud the each and Is now ono Qauith the distance on Us fifty fourth trip It is 240000 miles from the cartftxto the moon consequently if Uncle Tack had been making trips to that luminary he would have five trips to his credit with 131 530 mils trav cued on his sixth trip Another thing which may vbe said to Undo Jacks credit te that his train has never been In a wreck Good Thoughts Let us have the fettlh that I1Ighi- tmakelS might and in that faith lot us dare to do our dntyos we under nndi ItAbraham Lincoln I must Judge of what IS fight and necessary not by wlmx men sajrvand lio not by progress but by iWhsAJ foolltx bo true in my hearthlstod- Do mot dare to live without some older intention toward which your living shall be bent Mean to be some thing with all your might Philips nrooks Whatever We really are tthaltl lotus Io In all fearlessness Whart velr we ate not that lot us cease striving io wean to beAnna Robe rtsoatBrown In What Is Worth While Im true to taro best of yourrsdlf fearing and desiring notbdnig but liv ing up to your nature standing boldly by the truth of your word and soWs fled therewith aflarcuiB Aurellue Look not mournfully Into the peat It come not back again Wisely Ira n ove the present it is tJhdMOO forth to moot the ohadowy future With out fear and with a manly hears Lougf allow Think nothing for your ittrthich makes you break your work ludt your modesty hate suapeiatj br curse any person or incline you to any practice which will not bean the tight and show you to look tba world In the tacojlarcu Aurelius Tide then must be our motion of the Just man thartf wawhen he is In proverty or edcknees or dtheo j aeoming mtetfprtuhe all triage tn time end work tdlertor good to him to life and deaths for the gods hays a care of aiiy one a4Iiose desire Is to tier come just arid to be like God BB far tf man can attain his kkaneBs by the pursuit of vlrtu iPWtb t d iF gfaVkMi n r REAL ESTATE FOR SALE r j i Vft jive abOTitj 10 acres of good MTUndOH the Harts rpr4roa one and 1altlmiles from jtawiyitale sheet M ly on the JrI IL BitIt Geed i dwelling and put bwlldlBti Ne young orchard ahd fabjiridadtVea ply of freeatene watersf A tour room house tat jHwiifemi rated on the PIi1dt tepletmdidawe3faf Ifagt wW rtAn f ty sniMif8id1y lids Es r a desksIeP14eomi oC pro1tj J 75 acres gtrDavddienfatioasoa the a Owensboro branch of the I Q R R 30 acre ilae PI ii1 fw t 54 or SO bnh o a re i5 acres of rolling land very fertile Two tine everlasting water bounded on i the Southfor rubpreiele i 1 ja 1 Dwe11Ingvstory and halt eight rooms j new a IIO lith side Clay street Hartford Ky Price andjterms reasonable 1 New four rooms cottage taThiomaB i addition to HarUoid sear railroad Good stable garden arid never lug well of soft water A 40 acre tract of bottom and one milo from Dundee All cloaimedezoeptt about 10 acne and grow from fifty to elxty busbola of corn per acre Zt Four room cottage bouse and one is half acre lot in ETordsviUe opposite col lege Terms easy 60 acre tract of hill land pnenjile from Beech Valley echoolihouee tmIHartford and viUeroBd AW cleared except about 20 acres two dwellings barn and other out build i ings A good lour foot vein of coal which Is now in opperatton House and lot at the corner of Clay and Washington streets now owned by E Cmhtroe This Is one of the finest locations to Hartfordand tho property is in good repair House contains nine rooms and users to a 4K never foiling SprlEg of soft water on tho lot TOds property can be pur chased 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 public road 112 mile from Beaver Dam in good state of cultiva tion good young orchard grapes strawberries raspberles good 4 room cot tage with ramnda good small frame barn other outbuildings consisting otI moot house ben house cool house good well Located in good neighborhood 27 acres good farm Jand on Fronds public road adjacent to Robert Plum JfI mer good old and young orchard 1 ffbulldtngtfgood neighborhood close to schooL 182 acres of upland known as the Perry Kirk farm IccaOed near Clear Run Sore 100 acres in aplendtdu4tlats- of cultivation 82 noire tlmbercdi in splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out bulJdlngs tats of good water fi Ifareour purpose is to bring together tho buyer and seller S or this service wo charge one small commission No- cborge If no sale Is effected List- aUr property with us or it you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY For a Limited Time TIou Vitle GET TimeS IIANDnTrORD REP i forJBoth One Year 350The Louisville Times isIthe Best Afternoon Pa PrintedAilywherejBaa Kontuckyftoltpeacetastily i omplotaly Has the besot and fullest market reports Democr1IIc1npo14 I tics but fair to eveaiyibody Send Subscription l j to this paper not to The Loutevllle 1 y bewtthdmwn J for14AILtTlMESWhere themoIW11 UJar agent Mm fumv4 her paper bya Two Papers for yeas Tliaii i the Price ofOneI I t II i fY t c aq l I WILLTHEPANA r- Fr MA GANAt PAY I Is the Question Much Asked At this Time I pFMay hove the Most Colossal Commercial Bluner in HistoryJti When the UIItSnd pIstH first sttg t gttadncqulrtngFsewoh lkmtJie tnrcosds of t1u Suez 0ana1wasa1vptn red as i in assured 1rjd ty I Of the waterway arrow oI1eWlbmus- i tw oI8l48S lit was CIrgood U1at the t t naior leant tthe tmfrilc bettweon Eu- repoi and rte Amdpodas would favor fiI the tranl9Anner1Can route BUb wll- lt this be Rho ee1 so tar as Europe t t is mledsucli a dev1tUonls some what doutttlll slates tie dlstanae via 1 Suez to the Phurt won be prabt + the eamo as by Ptamsana1t musb bo I j oneilthe world On this routath8meroan dlel marine taps a contJhwous string eiof the leet ntarkmfs aLlle via Ia- namano sited adantuges are offered Moreover ttazigeto relal e the short eet journey between New York acid j Hongkoog the door of Chlna wilt even 4 him be zia Suez The Austtadan- L traffic the Panama CenaJ will be or- I eeIta1n mdvnntage but even that ltmust J borne to mind that more commercial ports can be touohed by the old route nd lit Is amooted point WhStlber tOO poseobltitfes ofnew traffic 4 t offered by the somewthat elioterjour- soy through the Panama dIUOh w1a1 be I such as to tempt eMpping from a I owners upon whdeh to I already firmly talehOOo Dot aiiit from there conatderatdamstho Panama Canal will erperbico severe competition from alt routes on the Aanenfcan oo- nUnentshelf By lIIho time the canal is oomplotndthe Tehauntopec Railway abros8 ti1e Mlexlom Iethnue to the south and the Grated Trunk Pacific withta new Port at Prince Rupert on tl nbrth wilt be in fuel awing Tak lng the Tchanntepec tine first Now Orleans wl lbe 1854 miles nd New 1182m nearer San Fl1Incltoorr ivia the aiway Lan by the canal Whilq the eavingon the distance be h 9 tween Uverpool dSam Fmncisoo by the Iron rued ia ibaUtSOO mile acore pored With the waterway lit wilt be argued that In ravortnt the mlway breaking bulk s necessary but the flCloltt4 that are being provided oft MOb end or this 189 tutles Ot tranaoon- I Unentnl dine for trtuirhlpmcmt are fi snub os to reduoo tto daYI and cost D eventjtthe now Oawuon TmlWoonltinoDi l Railway New York Ohl00fo od the otlrorl prosperous Industrial craters dm the north ot the Smites will have thofr distance to Japan shortenOOI by 0oVIOr 1000 miles The United State Government Is however retying 0- 0t1 patrlotdsm ot the dUzeas to Thum the prosperity or dta omerprise but itt is to be tooTCd that loyalty Is but ranIndifferent reed upon which to jean that itt wlil thud tM Amerlun quite as mercenary as the business man ot any oUter meIfoa wlrereepeed lower f eIghts and outer advantages are cono med In the strenuous hustle for trade supremooy FuOm the xntl- ltary point or view the canal will bee tfnctJy valued to the State but there are many who affirm tl1n t o- uadentakang which wm cost some I 70000000 may prme 1t9 be the host 1tcolossal commercial blunder La tithe worlds history Seared With a Hot Iron or scalded by overturned kettlecut with a knifebraised byLamaned- doorbJuxcd by gun or iu any other waytio thmg needed at once Is- Bucklemr Arnica Salve to subdue 1n- tlammatlon and kill the pain Its I earths upreme healer infafdahle for- BadeI UlomJ Fever Sorce Eczema and PlIes 250 at all druggists m I I 4Saloon and the Sunday Law Zile Experiences ot a Sa JFrompe1i1nlllbF1 JamuaryMcCturee4 IrekbE Ian Satwdiay- i when alas laboring mw are paid and from morndug to u bit SaltundaY 1 l my bat was oonItIooa1y wet But j unOOy recedptU QV raI much more him those of Buy brtltpr day ex 4 r ccptt Satntrdsyeepeotal4y iw s Germaaf- i j Irleh dlsfricl f Who I had etrut taken IOJ1J my piles Drugaa the former f ownmJ4adledme into aqulet corner f iandd said a ralew pre4enlpary j t You WW Have io pay 1Af a4teen dot4aare aaoo1 b for pence pro j 1t IhIJrou wonb br11a ere tp ed with on Sunday there is a- ppgdNcJ GODPWuts a aalodtrOl rudlt- ae a ie tiergr tirlaapa eoute pI 61de Qenr- o teal ptHce men ld lmpen to but J11 BF Mtuelrown aodottnt 0 I expsuse- i r Y 4liope urfOy k oa4hvsuWsetiaixlV fJ t tJtiitittirl Fri thuesrt txptoawed who the than was U1t Med s sobailees J + ittue- that u wigs to tdQpOn th JJda t1 bewoudaa uait Y rue inter tae bnbef for ftidr ivlSlon and T beard what amounts my ooIghbordug corn reMtora trod o pay I Learned about Gyro capatn t my hrec1eiw4and Ms maUbodcofrfeding excise asets One of ds older and bra offSceru lved near my raloon7- 1b4s man afdUoure plncl1Cd It will he tberthrou81i a rIttor or comp tnlt chdng the tapataand ttat Is something you nntguard nttmdnM or it will be through some Ccnlani- Of oanen Twas a Glorious Victory Thetos r JoIC In Fedohl TOtlI A nuufs me nns been ran and now Dr Klngs New DJreovery fstllle talk of ttie town for cUrwg C V Popper of deudy lung tenoTrhteee r could not work nor get about ho writes and the loW did me no OO but after ucdng Dr minKs NolXrtovery lino weeks I feet like a new man and can do geed work againItFor Weak sore or dlsatsed lungs b hs and Colds Hemorriragps Hay FeverIagdppe Asthma or any Bronob1l alloobcn it stanlds unrivaled GOo and 100 TxlaL Bottlefree Sold MId gunII1teoo by all drugls Sold find guaranteed by lilY drug g1 tmBEAUTIFUL MEXICAN INDIAN WOMEN Their Fine Eyes and Features And Intelligent Expression IUte beauty ot Indian women is one of the charms of Mlexdco- In the capital where t0 ro Indian has- degeneznled by contm0twt h thew114tea by extreme poverty and Wal service 1tus lass tbbe romaTked dhanin the mnader towns and In the country But the batut1Iul tJ ono tttkos In memory away train Mexico are those or India women 1nB the Indlannpons Star b11no eyed are unlnorsn and what one hardly expects tine feadurt- saeeoding rte Oauaunan standards btnnd brows otmdGht nose wellform- edmonlia nnd chins full but not gross or heavy The expression is very- generalyintoLUgenlt td often one b struck bottt in Indian eon and women with the mebdliiy and rfinenent- of the oountenantle One fregw4ntly roes types among the peons that seem to belong to some hdghly civilized ancient caste an Egyp flan prPnt of royal bleed a Ronuw centurion an Aztec emperor The women are g6lJly lovely wtt re they are breutdful Mid t1he men lIt their best In carriage In manners and In oountennnoo are Urlcky like the very oonncOO product of oIvIwtton- Iu the North the noble red men IUIS ohlef1y been found do our poetry and romance Atl their highest they passereod only the ravage virtues Here in nUdMexico even nDer lour centuries of subjection the Indian Js- painly of belter make of higher othale deveopmcntot Inftniety greeter pos slbil1t1es It is a fur cry from the Apache to the Afttc HowS This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by hails Qttariih Cure F J CHENEY CO Tool dq- O We the untlcrgned have known F J Cneoey for title Tart 16 years and bellovo him perdlyl honorably in all business tmnsaotdons and Hnan obllgatdonsKINNAN ARVIN Who JeMie Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken In tetnally outing directly upon the blood turd mucous surface of the SystP D- Testlmownls rent tree PrIce 76c per bole Sold by aU Druggists Tt1te Halls Family PlUs for con stpaUon m Emmett Wells Wants Pardon Emmett Wells dbtmerly of Dniess county who on April 28 1904 was sentenced to tmeaaty years In the penttun- tlary for crlniinalL1 detnlnlng aMlass- uff has issued Cormal notice thnt he wiLl apply to GovOrmor WUlson for a pardon and asks nU wbo pbJect 10 the pardon to notify Governor Will son as tJhe app1leatloa will e made Lathe near future i Wells and bhp Hutt girl nml tnvo other people went to Ganneltonln Loot where the other partleu were mar ded It Is alleged that oJ the re- turm trip Wells mlduehted doe girlt and an Indictment was returned by lobe grand jury and When the case w8 calbed WeljeadoiltWd tile crime wHe was seeiteeoed to twenty yesra- tn the penltentMry and dssserved 4r1at 1 revolilnda the extreme 0weaborob- inaesnger 1 y Y f c r- rii f J it jIt IFrrDEWEYHAD SAILED AWAYt How Battle of Manila I Changen Worlds Current Intresfof United States inAffairs of the World Have been Academic Rather than Reid In 4tsif an engagement whEro th risk was so sl131 and the loSs of Idt small the bate of Manila Is banUy wOrthy to be IgnjtI d with henname olbatJt40 to Us oonsequonues me igreat the sea fight In the harbor ot1 tin on May 1 1898 may tusk among tbo decisive batiUee ot the Un the battles that have tzr the current or the wonlde h1EAbrT F tJoyed no emIiree It wicked dyaadice It staid the march of n werldawtdo conqueror There was no Dsyfue orH8lnbiOO1 or Alemttder be overthrown But It brought a groat people out of their poltUoa1 Isolation and bhniet them into the maelstrom would polUlcs When the cable brought wVR herbal the announommenO from Down that he had dcrtzoyedttte Spa hQif and Judd Mnrtln under his suns no one amid forctao thst ho had scored deeply on too pagse ol history Uny- oonaohonly he had lone what for 128- ycare alt the gnus of stnbosruan chip had mOOred to pxrovent A blurt naval officer wtith no political aa gaoI ty m the hands or fate was a greater Instrument of destdayr than the genius of statesmanship States mnnahlp oalcuktted and hoped that attar ho1IIIg done ids work well and thoroughly Dowoy would heave IU- Iohar and trove othePlJjUpplIlFS to their fate far Ioeys dnstractions were to dtroy the float ot Spain whldh was as ridiculous I terror to OVOrftnmg nerves as a jack o ila1lJerl1 at midnlgbt In a churchyard ds to II yokel But Dewey was a rallor and Il1- OpalUclnn Whree he had destroyed he remained i1 waited for ltihe n- etmuotlons of his superior Ot1cel13 and then tit ens too late Fhto had spok en before ottdcdaldom acted and for good or orti the Uutted SG1es were In the Had Flh4UpplntsI t1ml history sine then would have been Uuwrttrcn lu M first peen the United SnPS would not have been an AslaUc power its ItJIletett In the attalrs ot the far East would have been ldem4c ether than relit Had Dowcey JefI after the hatte it Is doubt tutH the United Srhtes would have sent II contingent to take pant dn the sup pros lon or the Boxer uprising and the retied ot he bostegul legations IlIad ewey reurned to Hongkong it is almost oertnn that Mr Root and Boron Tnknh1m would not have appended- their signatures to a document that marks an epoch lu the pott11ca1 Ms tony ot the United Steites and must have such farronohlllg world canse- quencos that dJ1S Importance cnnnot be overestimatedNotice By order ot the Ohio County FIscal Court parties owing subscriptions on the Hartford Owensboro pike are directed to roil on John T Moore Treasurer ot Ohio runty and settle same at their earliest convenience General Grants Early Days Ides Emma Dent Casey wrtring In the Ftlbl1Uary Circle magazine of her memories ot Gwuul Grease refutes some popular legends whiob have boon current There is the famous story of Captain Gmntdving In such poverty that he had to Q1nut his lr HUe fulgguts- or wood through the city with an ox team and blow on his UJ11goYed fingers to keep them from lreezTg The truth is that ohO and his negrocs cub the wOod and he often sOOt one ot the rn o the otty wttln a load to seal to the fMUtiUes ot a Mr Blow and MT Bernard dlr Dun Td was th0brbth- er ot my brother Joms wife During tJo Ohrlsmas lo das one winter the megtto who generally drove the team for Qagrtaln Glint was lit and there VaS no on to head to his place Phe Oaptntns Sh Louts friends sent htm word that they Were out of wwba- dand nccondtngly he hitched up his team of wM e hbrscs to his wagon loaded on the wood and hauled It to the city Im He probably haul nt severs loads In this way i do nit know how many Any Other man t1i UlOfame tempEr or opIrls and the same lack of false pride wouM have dome tdur aanie- iOn oneof 4Ile trips CIS the Cap dn was dJiylng ekng seated on his load of wood hee auddealy came face to face with General Harney and Me start Tipe Gen tralr+ esirlemrIeat la aarow unl and B eyed the fig- uceadt91farmeron t6evw agco atb onlehment T4leni illj ew pn Iris iOil Olastogl Itd his IeAa1 awed We t u lJ jI 2 paIr nrndied late ekeh others eyes Willy Grant whuut in blade 1111 you doings eholamodHaraoy The Calrllskisibtdngoontfortaby ate anaat on muddy boot ncroe9 the other end die 00- Wcllle GeneralI om hauling wood The thilng was BoO obvious MId Gmn so naive that Geneml Harney hia ettft roared with ughter shook his hand and joked with hin and finally carried him off to din With theme art the Planters Hotel rrm- It the true story ot Qi4 tntn Randow- atthehelots GMut peddling wood t0- 1oItrnnce fro the stems Flowers Ehange Color blueetjJ1iA iIIg vow mha1 one was white and It dsndw rosy Th one by the hedge wee yellow 3U1tenl Ilk it is purple 1rho gardener ohuokIOI delightedly I call eon my fairy flower IbedS ahaanIt- gfv06 a garden such variety flowersomenasun rise it Is blue and da tree afternoon- Pt Is pink- The one to the right lis hlblscusb- 4b1scus mutnbllfs It goes through titrete chnngca Sn tOO day from pthke andtirhe bed by the hedge Is the lantnna The lantana Is yellow one dy or ItschangesThores other flowers too that change Thereshe obderuititasoham- elo that shifts from white to ym1ow and ttom yellow to rod Theres the gladiolus vers1oo1or tJhartB brown In the morning and blue In the evening Items the column scanidens that moves slowly from grenlsh white to a deep vlolCtNew Orleans J11meDcmOiCm WomanA World Power Woman is still in the ring Md holding her own Vho le the man who holds the key to the political situation In Europe London and Paris papors says It Is ills Iloyal- Hlgluurs the Authdulte Franz Ferell nand heir QlllaTeI1lCl to the throne Of AustriaHungary who has sub dued to Ills will not only the old emperor Francis Jorepdr but Emperor 1VliUam himself All dlplomaic Issue affect ng EuroveJlClares Wo London Standard and the Paris F1snro must be referred to rille Archduke And noo great decision is passed upon without his sanction WejJ thin mlgohly potentate It Is wen mown Is controlled by his wlfed0urt homely SoI- lhlno Chotek whom he married mar ganhtcaly In dJcijnuo ot the Emperors mandate and who mtnrcelousl- yttrnsfbtmed the brokendown roue tie wildest prOUgate In Europe Into II model husband and n Strong healthy man- n Chlnath earning worldpower Prince Ohun regent over the nearly four hundred mllloniJ ot Coen Tats Is said to be controlled In nil pub lIe movements my his rather delleaar- lhtnohu wltc and his own three halt sisters So much for the woman be hind the throne In our country there are a number lOt men high In office who oak tllllr wives opinions upon sate matters and ofton sat upon their suggnlpons11hry E or1n In Uncle RemussTl Home Maga zinc for February Many requests from Catarrh sufferer who use atomizers have caused us to put up Liquid Cream Balm a new any convenient form ot Elys Cntlm Balm the only remedy for Catarrh which can always be depended on In power to nl11y inflammation to cleans the clogged nlrptlS6QgCs to promote free natnrral brerJating the two Tema- of cream Iktlni are nlJ1ke LIquid Creo Balm Is sold by all druggists for 75 cents inoluding spmytng tube Jltil ed by Ely Bros 60 Warren street Now York v Yatch Made of Concrete Blnitmom has the first and only practicable sailing vessel bull of concryete In the world The discovery waS made following the receipt ot new tlmteXlJemneents ore beIng made In Europee and more especially iu Italy with concrete boot coniiruc- llon But while Europe Is only experimenting to test the ttaslh1j1ty of the ida Iluldmbro aeuolly bus demonstrated It and a concrete soling vc has boon In commisslgn for eleven years- mhosboat Is hho tJrotohen She Is a tWo mnstad schooner yacht 65 teot long with un 18toot beam and draws 14 feet of water She hus ILCmm- odattowfc for a dozen presons and 1il carry nil thatcaaa be deeded IntuJer She Is easy riding an ac coUnt of tier weight and while she- neceeewel y snakes only moderate time- in h wind when trite sea Is on or here Is a gale she adds her weight for innntentunl and outatrlpo every thlngTIiisjght in the old line oTbos- ibolldliigBtelUmore News f I r OUR CLUBJ3ING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and COurierJournal 150 THE REPTBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 t THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 ThenTIIE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek0wensboro Inquirer 175 THE IEPUBLICAN and Dally uwensooro Inquirer 325 l THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 100 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN I 29YEARSin Of Honest Business Reputation is Back of Every = b- itXONt1XENTE BOLD BY us bt bit i GEO MISCHEL SONS E Lt fi 1PROPRI6TORB3 Owesnboro Monumental Works E fi 412414 B MIII St Yards 214216218 Clay St tfiofi Get Our Price and We Guarantee to Save You = Money on All Good Honest WorK t Better Than re- eSHORTHANDIn 7 days the class stunted Jan 4 finished the textbook writing is words a minute and started in direction taking regular business letters This Is equal to THREE MONTHS with the old S oouJS With this system you SAVE three months time and tulUon and MAKE three months salary Our Bookkeeping Is just as good Next Monday we abut another class AU who enroll by Fob 8 and take the full course we GUARANTEE a GOOD POSITION or refund tuItion We have had It calls this month more than we could WI Enroll NOW Graduate in Bookkeeping in IG weeks and in Shorthand In 12 weeks Wee can or phone for special offer and lint ot graduates Whose rotaries Valug jO nmolJith CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 937 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky For Croup Tonsilitis and Asthma croupSloansapplied both inside and outside of the throat it breaks up the phlegm reduces the inflammation and relieves the difficulty of breathing Linimentgives quick relief In all cases of asthma bronchitis sore throat tonsiiitis and pains In the chest Price 25a foe sad 8100 Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass I INDIGESTION ENDED FOREVER All Stomach Misery Vanishes Five Minutes Later Eat Your Favorite Foods Without Fear of Dyspepsia or any Other Stomach Distressf Why not start nowtodny and forever rid yourself of Stomach trouble and Indigestion A dletetl stomach gets the bl cB rndgrumbloo Give it at good eat then take Papes Dlalupsi to start the dlg tivo juices work lng There Win be no dyspepsla or- belebLpg of Gas or eruotatlons ot nod gested food no feeling Ilkea lump of 1- 3i cad In the stomach or heartburn sick headacho and Dlzzinces and your food vul not ferment and poison your math with nauseous odors Papes Dinpepsln wits only 60 cents or a large case at any drug store here and will relieve the most obstn- ato roses ot Indigestion nod Upoet Stomach lu five minutds There Is noblng elm bettor to take Gas from Staunneh wad cleanse the stomach and IrtenUnes and besldoa- one triangulo will digest and ptepare- lor asnlmilatlon Into the blood all you food the sumo RS a sound healthy stomach would do h- tWkcn Dlapcpsin works your stomach restsgets itself In order cleans upand thou you tool dk eating when you cone to the nbc and altyou oat wl14 you good Absolute relef groan ail Stomach Misery iewaiting fOr you Q8 soon us you decldeto begin taking Dlapopaln- roll your druggist that youwantPa- pes Dlllpopsin because you want to be tlomugh1y cured of Indigestion r 1yf rrT lti p r IIv i r- II a atL r Suffered With Stomach Mrs John underwood 6 W Wal- nutt I St Columbus Ohio writes Having had catarrh and stomach trouble and having suffered very longJICatarrh and Stomach Trouble MrsT Prech R R No 1 Hickory Potnt Tenn Writes I am happy to tell you that I sm cured of catarrh I have followed your good and kind advice faithfully I bless the day when I wrote you of my condition and I will always praise Peruna think it is one of the grandest medicines on earth lIavlng been afflicted with catarrh and stomach trouble for seven years and after having tried four different doctors they only relieved Ire for a little while I gave up all hope of being cured I only weighed 130 pounds and was so weak I could hardly get around the room I was Induced to try Peruna and to my great surprise am now entIrely well My weight l+ noV If pound my health never was betcr In my life I shall always p also Dr llartmsn and his remedies Thousands of famlles have learned theu eof Peruna ant Its value In the treatment catarrhal aliments Harttoro Ierublican Entered MtOflllDK tit law at the PoetUItC- eIlarlford Ky u mall matter of the second elan C M BARNETT EorioR Xrsozs= urncrlanMMr 0 Roue 1r MJ FRIDAY FDBIIUAItY 19 Carrie Nation ilkee England bite now She Is being arrecd more ire quently Japan kept a grout dent cooler the California but pOI 1p8 she has man reason o Miss Cubit to given freedom once more wI ill n requttt that she ncl like a perfect lady March will l1uve to C01ne In like a lion tids Unit as a coutplinaent to the African expodWon- Five ocock trus nu Ibe l nlasbi- 1s very good evidence that the waraI voyage Is a frolic and not a tight t111eWOOdlng singe Ef1111 very sate Inootmtt DS it lien been dee- lthht lthey cannot be taken tar debt Thoro would te i o doubt of CUbas- futuro tnbility ol government If thero were offices enough for el ery lQtrlot Vice President Fairbanks has boughtt an orange ranch but this does not mean Int ho Is retiring to the tall timber extends IlPr tlnnlae to the Its parternhip offer butt ahe need not seam to care to Ito the oil bunlne s- l Congress has loon troubled conlildor ably about what kind of conveyu- twih whiuh to provide sloe Incoming J Pnie1dent Why not use on elephant f trho Richmond NJws Leader Fayre tb Mr Dryan sees hope for 1912 4JJr JlrW1 Is always seeing hope a- nen d I goes Jt one bq cr on some bcca- oii1 i h i t strike Is on among m Ot heitmens hate however t1i P 9 who aft making f 1eIIJWOt d go o a tNke tdle Jfj t- f gilt etlltflcont oolifbiutione trom r t me1p J aiataisi their ettor4aJ1 I v I THE WHOLE7 Y4Rk ROUP Ui Tired tMetrhet Mrs Lydia H Jouelynt 501 Westminster tProvidence RIisTreasurerof the Ed League of Rhode Island char tered inProvidenceShowrles- MyII experience wi th Peruna bas been most gratifying Last winter t contracted a sovore cold and for several days Icoughed untilmy voIce Ilded me When other remedies did me no Good I decided to try Peruna and within four days the cold Wl broken up and the cough abated Within another week an Increase In my usual strength and vitality told mo that Peruna was dolnZll1l that itprom Ised andmore I also consider very su porlor for tIred yriJmout mothers and have advised several to try It dnd have seen most gratifying results from Its use I give It highest praise Bowel Trouble Mrs Maggie Durbin 1332 North St Little Rock Ark writes I was troubled for five years with a chronic disease I tried everything I heard of but nothing did me any good Some doctors said my trouble was catarrh of the bowels and some said con sumption of the bowels Ono doctor said ho could cure me I took his medicine two months But It did me no good IIA friend of mine advised me to try Peruna and I did ro Alter I had taken two bottles I found It was helping me so I continued Its use and It has cured me sound and well I can recommend Peruna to anyone and If anyone wants to know what Pc runs did for me it they will write to me I will answer promptly Pernnals a household remedy of great merit and le useful In many climatic ailments such as coughs colds ore I throat bronchitis and catarrhal diseases Ii ISAHOUSEH OVEFtONE Per- unaPERLNA 11TJusttor they could secure whatever they might demand King Edward IUd Dmporer VmIOJm hoe been hobknoblrlng at the Ger man Capital and tile world leas been duY apprized ot their minutest con yeceatlon except what dey rdd over he slUerkmut and Wurzburgt1 nuttA Chicago would be ldgh trtuson to play Dlxle11 this codttay For tite special benefit of tiIs man there ougut to ire u FoOl Killer law however ISen tcr Tillman says he will peep after the President Tube mains that tile PrP9dnt VII hve to ktep a sharp looltOu In all dlrlC ItlOlIsihlle in Africa If Pre1ldcntelcct Taft desires a perfect he wl1 naruct the committee In charge to leave off the military features of Uie parade 11llat nor of consistency Is there II- IherJldlng to tlaA world 4Jc incoming 1ot an ndnlinirxrotion pledged to pates and good will to nil mankind with a greu mlUtnlY parade Now that too Ruml dlstrlc8 are talking of submlJng a Btnto wide prolt1blton question to Wo People Loulsv1 Is having tits oer lho 11IVee lnwlandthe country It Is dear eldencedmtL- oulgyn A should furnish 8Omethil1g likJer thin open sacons to the boys or Ibe eoumry when they vlsllt he- cty either III march of pfleosuro ror profit and the aouatry has as much lntprest In the city and as much right itrunoml Oridermetropolis have to oxagemlle and roIetbittb concerning lawift8nemdllJ tree t torch w old us ilL quElLing lawlrnet f by any meaclu Oa dla oIJJfr hund we crave their atasrswce in evt11 ottort for the upbufing of the coun try diattlctt momily and eoc1a11yJturd ngthPf 1pdve8otthittendanJt vi COOL SPRINGS bvts1tedtU Sunday Jo m1 Crusts 00t yrt1e Cooper I m Women r Everywhere I BlllouSlleas IRdljestlOH1 Mrs Lena RMoudy boo Caywood- St Portland Oregon Secy Royal Tribe of Josopb writes For the past Ibyears biliop nees and pains In my back and limbemade life miserable to me My skin was sallow and dry end Indigestion was added to my troubles I was wake ful at night and would get a weak faint feeling during the day so that I was not fitted to attend to my reg ularduties This cawed me serious annoyance and trouble and I nat urally tried many remedleshopfng to get relief Peruna come liS a friend In need It toned up the system relieved the blood of the poisons and Induced a healthy action of the stomach a fine appetite and restful sleep Wlthln threo mouths I was a changed person and for nearly a year now I have enjoyed splendid health A Grateful PallenLt Mrs Eliza J Came B F D8Bedford nd writes I have been using Perunasodbfanalim Ithanyon Jr your advice lit has returned home after a two weeks uislt with their cousin sits Clarence DoanisLdr Joe Rogers and family have movtelto afuh9enberg county MIr Iko Hines and G W Beam lass oaken charge of of rogers coal bank rs loAnlllo Scat and baby Mrs Agnes Tate and spa 331m Una Drn- na and children ad Mr C C Drn- nia was the gut sti or Mr anddircs Stevens Sunday Mfr Wltsons little son JIIaS boon quko Dick win pneumoulu 4u Is baser nt this writing dr Floyd Rogrrw of Mubienbcrg the goes Df Mr lfarrla Hines llkses DassIe and Daisy B1 nJISL- he guEst of alma Rosa lioep9 Satur- daynlght Mir Tom Wright and Ebb HluwFa went to Broadway bfbaday fIr Onme Taylor dIed last Tuee day ot pneumonia was burled atflh3l- ordawn church 1Vednesalay evening Itllro llnnle Wilson was he guest of her aunt Ella Wilson Saturday Mr Archie MIler and Bob Elltattended the debate at Ooopersscbloal rouse Sal urday ufghrt CENTRAL GROVE L Feb 17 Tie dooth Anglo vWiled our neighborhood on the 13 and ciaitnrd for Its own Alonzo Gray vhorn God tl100ught best to can him home Aoonzo suffered awfulywith that dreaded old disease oousumpltlQn but bore his surtorJJlgB with all the pulence that any one possibly could for Jesus sake Alonzo was n lovl g lovedbycompanion Sather and mother ueven- bttotllara three diatom and many ohhet- mlattvea to mourn his loea JfI ills tuncm1 services was con4tated Ebblbv ed to the Centrol Grove cmetellfl- ar burin Weep not loved coca for lknzo has only gone on ibotore beck cuing us to meet drlnh nz the detthand of God J It us all strhelto mieeR him on that beautiful shorn 1h e porting Is no more Wrltenr bltbrasher M G SNELL I tCard of Thanks t 4- 1To the and friends psesSe- tttsxpt a my heartfelt thanks toonet- tnd all or tha kindness and a6sdI t ifBelovedsay OdslIure bleadnge dwell wtthaYou forcvprfn the prayer ot friend DORCAS YGRAI rt fi 1 I L a USC e=runay I Restorer of Lest Strength Miss Bessie Parrell loll Third Ave Brooklyn N Y Is President of the Young Peoples Christian Temperance Association She writes Peruna Is certainly a valuable nervo and blood remedy calculated to build up the brokendown health- of wornout women 1 have found by personal experience that it acts as- awonderful restorer of lost strength aullting the stomach to assimilate and digest the food and building up worn oattissues In my wor1 lhave had occasion to recommend it frequently especially to sick women I know ot nothing which Is bettor to build up the strength of a young mother In fact all the all menu pecul far to women so I am pleased to give It my hearty endorsement Perua a Womans mend Mrs Ella Embreo Clark Mo writes I am feeling better than I have felt for years I can truthfully say that Peruna Is a womans friend I have no more terrible pains and am stronger than I have been Your medicine has worked ke n charm MATANZAS Feb ISTho ronds are very bad here almost ImrCJIsaf in some plaos The river Is rising rapidly and much back water Is expected Born to the wife ot R C NoIlth 11th inst a boy W A Thyor Is very sick ot this writing lltsW P Render ttpd two daugh tore Vary and Mabylln are visiting Mrs C E Smith lfurtlord- II P Tichenor happened to n pein cciscldent a tew days ago lie was JIl- Ms barn oft feedIng some stock hay when CI plank broke and dot him taU a dlsUwco of eight feet Tender Ing him unconscious for a shbrt time Ho Is much better now 11r John JamIson of Llvermcre- le visiting her daughl rot l1118 R C Nell at this place lIIr C M Everly died at his hbmo near Point P ealaut taut Tuesday of Consumption His remains rips buried the following day at PolndaPleas ant church by the Masonic Traterni ty of which he was n niembor Mr- 1verly WItS a good mun and be sadlY missed to tile comm nit in which ho lived He leaves one daughter mother two brothers and ono sister to mourn his sad demtuo- besidi s a host of frIends The com Ifn nlty extends condgleneo to the be lenvedMe W P Render is preparing to bull another residence on his farm Warren IAndtey spent last llktesda- ynight with his dnughfer aim Eyeritt iliclienoirnoar Centortow I i WHITESVILLEj Dir Richard 3funttn otthis Place whol itog been at working In- tH iWbaooo factory Is hpme for aehoxt u ny j MIr J J Dlidklff went to Oenabom- onbtrefneea loaf Sunday I Tnysloriebtleaftidies Florence Norris of DOOntle1d 4 come down terdny morningI a E Hami2 on and wi1nd0vetot eoon- tfr Hlcks bt Sutherland has seta UP a barber ahop is tits oidetoue fwusu riecuptedby Mr QlltetHetjdtra t t uMessra QUI Kelley CosterrThdoYal kPY13riboks PH Hafl n Hoib1ok went ti Hobdgeggife SayitJ f Bilious Headache Mrs Emily Kellogg MJ9 Si Lawrence Sty South Tacom- aWaebmemberotLadleeof the Maccabees wrltes- Three months ago I had an attack of bllioUsness which threatened undermine my health and strength Luckily for me I tried Peru naat thestlggesUonot my friends before It wu too sta I found to a tow days time that I did nothave theusual sick headache neltJl erdfd food nauseate me any longer In two weeks time Peruna had completely rid my system o the po50lIIDlIblle and 1 was In a much better condition Myakla assumed ti normal color I had a splendid appetite and I was in every way Improved In health I used Pflruna for a month longer and It wrought wondrous change lnmy entire system conlder It a most wonderfulmedIcIne aj Nervous Dyspepsia Mts J C Jamison 61 Marchant St Watsonville Cal writes I was troubled with cramps In the I stomach for six years I tried many kinds of medicine also was treated by throe doctors They said that I had nervous dyspepsia I was put on a liquid diet for three months I Im proved under the treatment but as soon u I stopped taking the mediCine I got bad again I took the medicine for two years then I got sick again and save up ill hopes of getting cured I saw a testimonial of a man whose case was similar to mine being cured by Peruna so I thought I would give It a trial I procured a bottle at once and commenced taking It I have taken nineteen bottles and am entirely cured Have gained In strength and flesh and feel like a different person I believe Perunala aU thatis claimed Will Nun will Dr O W Edgeof this place lart Sun day and Monday Dir Joe Hamilton had a sale not his farm north of here on Jalrt Bat urony and will move to Owenshor- o8n J DUNDEE Fob 16 l1l1ers of tlhis commu nitY were very busy before the rain burning their tobacco beds Roough RIver Is raising very fast 6Ir James Magnn of Cedar Grove nelghlbolhood moved to this place iaSt week firs Henry Cummlgns bass caned to the bedside of her GuiLer Dl- rfulty of Grnyson count the land of the week Glr Otis Stevens was the guest of hIs uncle Mir W1 hun Drown east Hartford from Thursday until Saturday Mr Willie LnntJOrd wife and children of Bend ei and IMrs Willie Doug las and lttlle daughter Sofa are guose of their trarents Mr and Mrs Henry Cunnnings JolT G D Drown and family spent Sunday with 3IrJ Wo Sevene- 4ir Henry Omnmlugls on iUhe sick let at this writing r hisregulrSunday evening Sunday school Is progressing met ly at this place Mr Jim MorrteTaffyis on the oick list at this writing two children visited blur Ratlanda- Mir Thorntcu RhgQnd wife and ather air Virgil Stm1Ut of near liaientSaturday night and Sunday n Hmeff Md wife visited Mr Tofu Ragland and family last Sunday evening trM rhlflaent nine1lt given ot rom Hines last urdaY ulglwan enjoyed by aU Fr Mr Bent Johnson who hue served three years 6ft ohsum y N b hbme gain Air Tim 59ox off this piece hse eroorlei a screw residnatasand win move to same Ina Bhortt1m MrThornton Emlnisre was andtingecaughtfthey wore Flan illl et- seRPeachaud t DeeLeach d1nN aaee and Peat ha eoeaped IjLuciai 5n twit tetiatlr ed 4i tfa0kc bond7ri Catarrh of head Mrs JoephV1Uur ljj09 Erle Bt Austin sta ChicAgO m writes t Your medicine PerunlJ teas of great benefIt to me I suffered with catarrh of the nose and head for many years Three botUesof peruna cured me after I had considered it sible to over be lured again I now always keep Perunafmpoif house and recommend it to one suffering from catarrh as one of my children commence cough 1 give them pernna and their cough Is soon gone This medicine la surely a great boon to suffering humanity Peru na the ramify Doctor Mrs M E Seymour R P D2BowI y IfIfavor of Peruna and Manalln I have tried them for nearly everylB of lIfo for myself and family and find them to be 11 tho doctor cllIlms them tobo Porn myloctorMy advice to all suffering women ls- on ult Dr Hartman What he hudons for me ho will do for you Peruna in Tablet corm For two year 1 Dr Hartman and his assistants have incessantly labored to create Peruna in tabl form and their strenuouslabonhavejnatbecncrownedwith 4 a llquld medicines can now secure Perunat- ableta which represent the medicinal tingredlenta of Peruna Each tablet Is- egnlvalent I fto ono averagodose of NECESSITY IN MILLION HOMES 4- t Inauguration the u9idcmOQd Faudsv111e biast tile SELECT Fob 17Rtoro will hen Red tn- ul orgsudzed at IMlzotown In atew- dayty Ieanc Atrftla who has beenwnrdng F ftfheDeputy Sheriff James W Martln I was In Bander Sunday and Monday rverybad weathe II imoverMrs Blsncbe Allen who has lreen fFand will leave In n few 7nMr J D Arbuckle Is on tbe Blckrlist at this writing Goo Dennis ot Cromwell was in i town Tuesday Mr J D Arbuckle span In Itautft t1 1 Saturday fIllaceA S ot EtL The harmers here are all ensthustas tic over the tobacco question Notice Persons denhiing RuUan honey bees can by to malting gums io G MT Ban get und T J Smith OOIE Imnmo1L1 eel for them at the ow price of j15O- psi hIve Apply early lb- BUNGER 8 SMITnIL- 31t4 Hartford Kbys RENDER Feb 168 A Iltnleher or Haan- ford was hereJns Weijnel3dliy Cargala tchflddoing wel Charlie da all emfkfi J H Drown or Certirad Ctywsa fhero last Thuredhy y Those Who nre tfolnherotb Hod MnCenandhinter vJomce aU rapodt da pI esnC tine k in spltc of ltl1en DarSaoniny jwseheroT A Buck Hudson of Tailor Miaeew x 1here Sundau r Jane Cwyu is lQ lck lldh i fat this Wring ao Mr andMr Will Imns fdi lad i 11e118tL ttadeeM t9is elsyWagti j 1 FjE illarrldscIlIiIIIHIw- aremj1 y1 utter gXm k totIY1ePMIb tpv tr Ihs W1t t gip a s 1 10 c ru 1 Cr 1 1 Ir wSbLVC HAMMERING GOODS BLOWS CIE- ASE ARFREQUC STOCK Rh poUR WINTER STOCK 15 REDUCING BE ifCUSE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY 4 t THAT WE SAY WE HAMMER PRICES WE f DO HAMMER J EJ ON LEGITIMATE REGULAR MERCHANDiSE AND ON SHIPPED IN d MOB LoTS WE WISH TO OUR PR- ICESTALK4i 1 VBEST PRINTS 5C WIDE HoOSIER Do x MESTIG SGVBEST STYLES DRESS GING B r HAMS 8C HEAVY QUALITY OF CANTON FLAN tlft J NELS IOC OVERCOATS AT COST HALF rtoN LADIES MISUSES AND CHILDRENS CLoAKS f CALL ON US foR B RGAINS RESPECTFULLY I G I LAJ EALE oir Hartford Republican r f y FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19 tr Ii r a Ulrois Central RallroadTlmE- T t4 blo North llouuil Month Iloniin- No l81 due 405 a ni NO 121duelltlain s Koinaa lIMpDi No WI due 48 ptu Mol02dn4Spm No 131 daf 8 W i r q PACKET TIME TABLE We Three leans Hartford every Snnd- af mornlDR at 0 oclock returning arrlvw Than it day When People Are Sick They need a doctor and then the nes thing they need is pure drugs an d an druggist to fill tho f r doctors pres0ripUonL THERE IS WHERE WE COME IN We bave both the pure drugs an the experienced Bruggtet We will Ul rV r your prescrIptions RIGHT and at W I1ow a price as you can get anywJier e l i We also carry all kinds of drug StorE fcv r Notion and Supplies and proprietor FI MedlnesGive us a trial at the o5 b iA Thomas corner KSi t HARTFORD CO era Incorporated 4 t 1Justreceived owe cose of blue you r CARSON CO co Cotton lctn pernjwd a IO reon Ctoa if k V Tbfl best of ccHi9 drat yard at IJI d jl fft lBilalaa FreshNo4trn8eod Oats rind Ffetd Seed for es le at J WV Ford I It I J open up a new lOt ot it9ens hlAai1 Dprti Otediiln SaAurdayi Feb 20 if CARSON OpS if lr I f Sire W T Vootlwardisjibegav- otces mother Mrs P A PautDfona Apia Mo h JI e ar4I sydp8 e0o doa Jared d A is waek4 ArV r 1- atMr4eQ11ph4trh1Lfl i rirlaat peegr v IiJCHRADJm t COji V r+ f v HaiitriNiXy s- r + r r- Y T A- Y i I r i n D F WE ARE pRicDowi4 ON VHAT IS LEFT OF OUR SEASONs THE STR1gJNG OUR r J IJTR t FAST THE KNOW WHEN DOWN NOT LET YARD DARK PRICE experienced DRUG F5Toba t Wwflt Wet1 G H Lawrence Beaver HamI IRftv pleasant caller yesterday Mrs W B Taylor la recovering 1frpm a severo abUick of triPit ISharl R B aianlln Is able lb In out again after being confined to his room for a few days Sir L B Davis tos purctbsed if Mr J E Ftoglo a residence try Mcr I gam and Griffin streets Considera tion 1250 Messes L B Loney JtcHenry W r R Land B F Mean of the East Hart toro neighborhood were among our callers Tuesday Mr Leonard Davenport Rochester Mrs E J Hudson city W F Stev ens No Creek were among our call ers Wednesday We will place on Sale Saturday Feb 20th a handsome line of spring dross goods and trimmings CARSON CO 4 Mrs W P Render and daughter Mary and Mabyn Matanzas who had been the guest of Mrs C E Smith for the past few days returned home yesterday I LO TUn tho Hartford and Owens boil road near town one black homo knit yarn shawl F4nder will please I leave with A I Barnett Rtoulto 3 Hartford andrlv reward Miss Llda Mortxm hoe gone to Otaclnnatlwhero she wIU study the I aproaohdng seasons tsylies la mlllnery proparatjory to accepdng a position with leading merchants In Central Indiana Prof Marvin Black hoe been employ to teach at PJeasant Midge for the led term Mt Black has previous Caught at this place and the pee po there recognize hSa eplendld nbll and adaptability to the work lily John R Aahby an old laudree pected citizen of tiie Horton nelghbor = hood died at his homoi Wodnedeay and htareanalns were Interred eh llle Waltons Creek pptOrl yefi ierdax AIr Ashby formerly lived near Cen tertowni wkjere Wuy relatives sur vfyehima r I Our young friend HrJFrank Hud BOO wftto iiEdBO 060 duotAd ithA business kit thS Cuiaberlaii Teiepihbne Ode Jiere for the past feiw yaars bias Accepted a jJogWtoa witbl SB Hoene Telepbtne people at Beaver Deptr101 j A rerviml meetibgof canMderabls- lntenest wJ lc4t vans oordusbaLb9 Rey Dinner at No Crertc1 tthtroha Just closed Bie 1rcJtMIIIItMOCIIIiIu- t7 n ene Meekly revive rit d1v WI e lrnfhe aDe atthey- Mastar Mt t 1 J7 IJ FOR SALE Two horses and road Tvagori Charley Colburn Bunriyda Ky 1 28tt- DUaa jF JofepDralieebonet Is1 tine gueo r ot ilrs Emory ScMoe MerClty BIr and Mrs RBcan of Duu doe have ni6vi d In with her son iir po P Bean of the eaSt Hartford Wlgli borl100d for th90 present year ntilenIn instllu Ing nn Odd Fellows odgo at FordsvUle the flint of the week Rev T C Wilson tQ9 accepted ttlJ paataroita of ttfe Bulah ahfuroh nt Be da and wiHprcticih tf ere next tiundfi and 3rd Bundayt tn eafcd mqntfir fefen after V TO LEASEF6r one trthfyears a farm about 5 Hartford mear Hartford and Iltat mow rood for particulars addresS A L Carson 434 E Camp street Louis vllloKy Several VaJiiablo volumes of new books have been added to the ttea hers LAbrary The comanltteefha used its best efforib In eelcoUng the books which are among the choicest literature Born to the wife of Mr May For man yesterday morning a fine daughter slay Is happy notwlthstuncHni the bad news which had Just come to him of his lots In the desrutc tlon of the We Three by fire Mr Roeocie Render who left here last week tier Bowling Green with tfw Intenlian of entering Q terry Bros Business sctOtfl received a dispute from Collector Franks callimcj him to Owensbonoi where he tad been ap puinted as BJarekeeper gauger Tit phce pays U per day Mr Oil P Keown is closing cu I Ibis business Zero and expects by Apo ril 1 to move with his family try Clovis N M where they will make tI err tbtte In the future Tty have many friends there where his family is prtnmlment socially who wdll regret heir departure Cape J M l aWeese is in recelp cf a small Indian war club sent hdn by his friend Mr Guy Ranney ct Rapid City 6 D Besides being II lIking of beauty It allows t be towel of a master hand In tfte pctot ct 1orkmanfftlp and design It is priz ed very highly by Oapt DeWeese w thus It on exhibition rjfihis office Uncle Bob Lawrence cciLoned died last Wednesday at his home west of town and wus burped the toIkwlng day In the Concord cemetery For tfto past several years be too conduct ed a blacksmith shop on the Hart cord and Centerfcuwn rcud alter he was a familiar figure He was above tlbe average of his truce end will be missed Mr Walter R HendrJcki of Liver more Ky spent Monday and Tuesday wito old friends In Hartford IMk Hendrick was formsry a citizen ot our county for many years arJd Liu u host of friends here who would be glado see him again located in our midst He has juSt eased a sue cesstul cshool at Rumesy JIcLeai county Mr Clay Taylor elf near Rcdbes ter this county was tried in County Court here Tuesday It being ohargfcd that te was Incapacitated too iransact UB clan business affairs Alter hearing tfte evidence the insruc tlon of the Court and argument Jt council tee Jury rq urned a verdict sue olnlng the char- gePENNY PICTURES At ScHrpotors Studio iBeglnnihg Saiiurday leb20 Md ending Saturday Fleb 27nat before or after If you want Penny Pictures dont miss the oppopuniy Prices 2t for 25c Extra faces lO- c1nMemory I Mrs Minerva J J Ward dies at her hbm9 February 13of complications Incident to old age She was one of the oldest and jnpst hglhily pespect edof her comnntnity for she was loved by nil whq knew her Had lived till the 9th she would Nyaaachurch at Wesley Chapels User and was peace she would admonish all who visited he to pre pare for dooth and to meet her lp leaven r tTj11RB LAURA MoKINNBY rCENTERT OWN Feb 17 flnhe pjiMlaicshpol has doe cd after fjem of hardand tonefldal YfOrkb efeudeato sad teachers H IL Davis and MaDtto Tichenor who i can reoonunend as ptIat anti of iclent workers in school A I Viildams egan p a spring sc4iool here Ja t Monday wtlx a largo erlnolkaest yT day h eyYmhonetlybel4eYSkt have k4u benc1 Ken tuOkyH acoo DISo p4jttlAtSost 11 tdit1r7YPyN18S WpY WaketeBd McHeary te erect I j 7 t y 1f WI 3r r 1vJ fi ing a nice building hero for J A- SjVClalr J V t t t yj H Igleheartis building n neat cottage on Main 4etreet i Robot J aodPetti Swain havev Joined out blacksmltiii force I4Jgmca boys of SeVct have takenI charge of Boaketila shop and are pujalLg smith work In cdIjrcady for tratlnIuffiio protracted meeting hero is doI ing a wonderful work Will give you i hill ea account next week I Storm Cloud Coming to Ohio County Messrs S Dexter and W IL Meano2 Ceniertown Ky SUve pur chased from Mr W M Kirby ct Btjwllnjj Grcen Ky the tine young combined std uo Storm CGu 3457 sired byliod Eagle 28doNOI lJJlUe Denmark Nb 4837 Grass Hambeltondan Ho is 4 eke 1C hunds fclgb and welgfis 1150 pounds I levi iitat thIs sn tung blarse that tiba pit ple ct Qhto counr tyy or any eater ccunjy BheUldi np preotalo and be very proud of His breeding oaunot be excelled In Chw stAte Price unknownALVIN ROWE CLEAR RUN Feb 1C Soveraf from here wneitto Hartford yesterday wth tobacco ilr A IL Pout closed a successful 4 school here last Friday with a nice oxihibUon that night 4 RIlssAnnlco Davis of Taffy and Mr H M Northren of Buford were married 4 at the homo of the brides pnr onits Mr and MTS John Davis last 4 Wednesday Rev FTuqua offlclallug 4 BIT and Mrs Carrie Wade pt Mt Mbrlali spent a tevdaysln DarnciAs 4 Greek neighborhood this week visit ing relatives and friends MOEBIS McMurray and Sherman Part went to Hartford Saturday Several men of this neighborhood met at Mr Jesse Taylors Saturday of tenloon and sol up a nice lot of wood for Mr Taylor He lied his foot run over by a loaded wagon several weeks ago but l e Is getting long nice ly Rev Fuqua filed Ills apixjlnl nient Saturday and Sunday at Barness 4 Creek 4 Church Notes The pretraocd meeting at the Macho disc church is growing in interest and much good is being accom pubMBi xl in our team lA numI ber have made profession and still othem are anxious seekers for par don5ilQv Brown Is preaching wlii 4 great power and has thoroughly vinced everyone of his sincerity conI intense Christian spirit He has en deared himself to all of our people regardless of church affiliation It is believed that a great revival will yet result from the conies of meed = ings Rev R D Bermdit is conducting a great revival at hie MrHhodlrit I church at Centcrtown A awakening has takea place religiousI of persons have been t1 A mratlng of the building commute of the Methodist church was held yes terday morning at the Bank of Hart ford and it was decided to isart subscriptions at once for the pur pose of securing funds to erect a building to cost not Ictss ihan 10000 The subscriptions will be made stay able semiannually and may extend over a period of not more than five years J E Boon was nplwinted a member oft the committee and elec led Treasurer The chairman R Holbrook was designated as solicitor for subscriptions whit lower to loot assltsants seIS S Rev Omne of the Methodist Episcopal church hoe Just closed a splend id revival at No Crook Quite a num ber of convents resuled and a general revival In the church S A aeries W revival meetings will begin at tjho Cumberland Presbyter Ian ctourcb at Hartford Monday after the IstSuhdyln Mnrdh at 7 p m Conducted by Rev Mrs L M Woes ley 1 r MANDA Healtlutegodd In thlspiioa oft present Our local union is in a growing eondltlonrAt every meeting wo have new members or old ones renewed Fatty work to lagging on account of bad weafther Mr Us 9 Snndfur visVed his her t ents do4ltsSunday The writer in company with ten twelve men not long ago was tarI lug poUtlcB They did not agree ill maftera but they were unanimous ly of the opinion that we have two of the finest candWato for County AtJtorney and School Soporintendent Rlhich blie eoumty fever had Tills 4s quits airibute to each of tires Vwo nndtd tsc Some ono la the crowd fsatd hQWcie Judge Wedding and agreed tMtbewiN be the alIIiy Judge tthe llveb until the lon i trfwVm f n n n t7 tr t rjo M 7i t Whitei EaIe The next greatest event of the 4 tseason for Hartford begi- nsSaturdayFebruary S t 25 1 t Lasts three days only Beauti t fulskimmering laces exquisite 4 j and exclusive patterns of em= + broideries Special lot of waists t and underwear for this sale nev= 4 er before shown Special prices j on India LinensWhite Goods and 4 Bleached Domestics tDont miss it Remember the jt 4 date= = = 3 days only Dependon 3 J t BARNARD J- I rCO t Hartford Kentucky 4 444M4 44Mc4 IAI= BeautyCORSET I Wee1new Spring Corset line is THE in and commencing next February 22 1909 and continuing for one week we will give to every purchaser of an AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSET I during any of the above days solutely FREE a copy of abI the most pppular of pieces of AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 120- 8KtnuooconetcoMknI this year the AMERICAN BEAUTY I MARCH AND TWO STEP This is one of those Catchy selections that one involintary beats time to when its being played Bands and orchestras are adapting it for their use in the metropolitan cities Please remember that this unusual offer is for one week only See our window display of these corsets The best I thai corset intelligence has yet produced 1 and up I EP Barnes Bros i Beaver Dam Ky r-1 SQL 1 4 I I y- y al w yil BO THE REAL WARE People of Moderate Means Form Great Corporations Owners of the Harriman Rail roads Could Oust Him Anytime If they Wanted to ItIe commonly supposed Rihttt Uw Union Pacific md Who Souttem Pa cific Railroad are the property of ElL Harrftaan and that toe profit of both these systems go into hIs pocket Aa a matter of Boot theiboIok of these companies contain them jnee of 30000 utocfchoMeW among whom the profits of 17000000 II year is divided The BbockhoMera owJ a majority of toe shores That have b issued and could outs Mr lIar riman at anytime they saw fit Thane are 69200 stockholdere totto Pennsylvania Railroad 25000 in the Aftchtebni 22000 to the New York Cen tral 10500 in the Great Wart eimk 10 000 to the Erie and 10000 in the St Paul a total of 152000 A rvative estimate of the stockholders in the other roads of the United Stages brings the aggregate to 500000 These half minion shareholders divide 4300 000000 each year in dividends The stock of Beren of the big indus trial combinationsMceiM telePhOne- s gmr copper Pullman smelters and- o116rO owned by 201400 people Tim 8800000 shares of the 5400 notional banks in 1904 were held by 318000 in vestors an average of only 28 shares to each person There are now about 7000 national barks in the United States and it is estimated that they are owned by not loss than 400000 people These barks have 15000000 depositors the life insurance companies andI 000 poJcy holders who are thus rectly Interested In the corporation that are being eo strenuously berated One Southern railroadi company tilt Georgia Railroad and Banking Com pany publishes fce list of sharehoJders From the list Issued last year It ia learned that of its 109C shares 494 are owned by wOmen 345 by men 127 by trustees 63 by estates 16 by guardians 8 by executors 14 by churches and religious societies 5 by nohooh and colleges 2 by asylums and hos pitals 3 by societies 8 by business firms 7 by Insurance companies and 4 by banks The sliareholders aver ago yearly Income is 420 An ex amination of the records of other Wg companies shows practically the tame diversified ownership The question who owns the big trans poreation systems and financial tn- ttlw ons of the country Is easily answered They are the property of l eope of moderato means Notice Tobacco Growers Acreage and pooling pledges for the year 1909 have been issued by the Finance Committee of the A S of E and are now ready for circulation It has been suggested by the members of the committee that a different system be used to place the pledges in the hands of parties who would circu late thorn to that used last yoorJs no plan than yet been devised and in view of the fact that the pledges should be circulated nt the earliest possible convenience I suggest that parties who will circulate them for their Jocal or a portion of their lo cal notify me to that effect and I will at ono forward pledges to you In this connection I desire to state that I have not a complete list of local Becrotaries for this yeorand would be glad for each secretary to furnish ma his name and address and name and number of local Any member who annist In any way In furnish ing this information will please do so Very respectfully C E SMITH Secy Ohio County Union A S of E Resolutions of a Business Man To be Joyous in my work niodera e in my gilcasurcs chary in my eon fidence faithful in my friemaehiiB to be energetic but not excitable en1WJ ostic but not financial Loyal to the truth nod to haw cctn as I would a He to bo careful in my promises iiinvtfurJ in my engagements candid wLh myself and frank whli others to dlscouiago hama and rjeolce in all thai 4s bcaud ful and true to do my work and live my life so noltlwr shall requite de fense nor apology to honor no one Limply bemuse rich or famous and poorOOOgmt1jtho Jvrak jvopactituVly 01 aefllrcsptottr ing toward the greet oourtdouB to faUl obsequious o note to seek iwis Born tram gnat books and 4nBinlrelUon Afrom good men to jDIgorste my mind h ijoble CJhougitite as 1 do my body 4rtllh Buaathjnia hart fresh nlrtoprize ail fW liMp and Boefc ib r 1 4- u T i make at fcwfc one feofflta b wfc fo have tirhvtor safe enin flyiapa thy for the Borrowing che c for 1dependent to he ladWfBHewt to nbae tedpful to some fcteedly yrtfefc s to leave tto Tlvrlidl ft Mtto better oil because of me and lo JeMVfl K widen i must bravely and cheferfully 1i1h fteth to GOO and good wlH Ho aH my feJow incnHthte ehaM be my endea vor during the comteg yearNalfconia MkxrtbJy Siniay JckNl Werk ibid in dy or country U11eed In Itsown ma nM cenit buWingl Ir fcioldinB to a dllaptdetedl mokiiut ln tOieck wit ajEMeandB nf dkdldrea t4 wKJto tamely a bakers dfctzen If s Sun day Bejhtaol Is bodpy qaneldereHj tIbe stmtegic center of the great cVAwc mlHtant Tie Sunday BcC Hxfla of u United Stipes atone ere pJbbendcU by about 11500000 pupils nndl 1600 teachers Given a voice In affairs of chunfc tar Btato Ubis wiciuldi repre sent no mean influence The tBtatistlcB oftlhe Sunday Bdhcl Ia Jl tie ttrid Show 22739323 tttlfl tilde dans working tScxtr way thrtcmefol tbo grades cr Bible study leiarnlnB t1e needs cf too mtssioa flelU amfl Ing graduated Into eSmnefcl roemberst AN EFFECTIVE HOME MADE KIDDEY CURE Simple Directions to Mix Remedy Which is Said to Help Many What will appear very intereatlnc to many people here is the articJi taken from a New York dally paper giving a simple pre ctdpldc which is said to be a positive renidy tor back ache or kidney of bladder denngF1I11CLt if taken before the tCnge of Brlkhti diseaseFluid Extract Dandelion onehoi ounce Compound Knrgon ono ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparllla three ounce Shake well In a bcJjb and take In teaspooDful doses after eaol meal anti again at bedtime- A weHknown druggist here at home when asked regarding this prescription stated that the ingredients an all harmless and con be obtained at a small cast from any good proscrip tion pharmacy or tIle mlxure wouV be put up if asked to do BO He fur ther stated that while this prescplpllo is often prescribed in rhcumMc of Notions with splendid results le coul see no reason why It would not be a Bpi ndld remedy for kidney and url nary troubles sad backache as it has a peculiar action upom the kidney atrue ture cleansing these most important organs and helping them to elf and filter from the blood the toulock and waste matter wihlch causes sick ness and suffering Those of our read oar Who suffer can make no mistake in giving it a trial Paper From Cotton Stalks- At loati BO it is reported the cotton stalk is to have commercial value A company has been tanned at Atonti for the purpose of snaking prlntla paper out of this hliflwrto woorth4fl word of the Winters farm Simul taneousJy wiJi title ninnouncemeii comes the news from the wood pulp fields both In Wisconsin and Canadi tliot owing to fhe long drought the outiub of paper duns been reduced onne3inlf of ihe usual normal supply Thus ib is that the canton stalk 11 despised and troublesome adjnunot of the Southern plantation after the fleece staple has beon picked from It may come fomNurd not only to relieve tore publishers of the country but to add to the treasury of the farmer It It be true that paper can be made from the stalks then tho rapidly dlmlmtfih ing foreerftls of the Nonthx t will be spared ravages trans the ax man Tit was not so long ago tihat tlao seed from cotton vta wasted bcatiseiHieik was no deeoneand for them Now cot ton eceed bring ajiioat as much re einue per acre as tho coXon i6eir The oil 1s bottled flabeleed as if It that come from Italy and used by mamy of our fashionable restauiaut for tai ade and other culinary purposes bon Uhe hulls we malae frtWilzeePs And now if the stalks can be con vented lath paper the Uay for comimei clal indepeondenco tor foe Southern platrter than oamooChicugo Exam liner SURE CURE For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER THE PAROLE Q4- GRI6ORDITLEI An i Outrage on Societysays I The Glasgow Times tfThe Board of Prison Coil Issn ers Raked over the Coals for jtgj Turning Loose Criminals JcrThe GSasgow Times comme on the paroJo o1 Rev GrcgoWy or Hart couwty says Ta crime 01 0 which Doyle was 6eOttothe penl tenklary was one of the inosit taa mous and dlobbllml ever committed in Hat countiy and Doyle barely eaxvp cd with his aife from a mob C He was I as guiKy as Judos Iscarkto and BO confessed to the prieott authorlities I aster Me incarceration Nton y 1IS Doyl a Belfconfessed mumdererpro- curing the killing of the woman be bad seducedbut letters received by the prison nutborl deS eluawed Miat for- man years vita poeinjfBB minds ter he had deUberaWly broken up homes and piled his avocaUoni as a sa ducerandidebauoherof Komeaiover al the stolon in which the was acting as pasor His cnlme was wt bout a single mitigating circumstance and his release will boa profoundi shock no all lawabiding citizens of Hart coumty Within the post elglvteoa months the board of Ste prison commission ers has made a most discreditable and astonishing use of itu parole powers and turntmgout of too panlbew ilary con victs beyond doubt guilty of the blood lestmoat infamous crlmce Of these the Times recoils lour u rtWng Instan ces and there are doubtless athprs Gregory Doyle of Hart countycon vloted of eeductlon borlon and pro curing the death of his victim goes free Siteebergen of Barren cannily who seduced his cousin anti afwrwards sassinated her by bjowingjher head ort Kith ahClgun and 1hJoom Q mob chased to the train here tons been liberated King the Monroe county robber who was captured In a boWto in which a preacher was ktlledis paroled VOID Smith of Barren woody who killed DUI BarUey at Glasgow June tionandwho attorneys were so well satisfied1 wiUn a life eentenoe that they did not appeal the case wan turned out after a abort coniflnamenitl- A record such as this is ahaolUje ly Inexcusable not ito use the hfllrth er words intolerable Auto Growth Marvelous In filve JTOOIS the money Lnveebtd fn the automobile industry has leaped from 18000000 to fl87000tOO porting 1907 soomdOilcg like 52000 card were made and sold and 1908 will supply about the same figures n4 though ninny of ihem are of tiht small hype- According to latest figures obtain abo there am 68000 employes to the mOl ouar faotxxrtea in this country about 29000 employed todlretfly in making RICO parts wlla tibpiie are 21 500 fat kilo sales and garage eJ ab Hiliments Tfliiis gives a total of more than 108000 employee The records show that there urn In this country 253 builders of motor cars of which at least 125 hap be yond itiie experimental stage and are i pacing practical cars on the tnarko Thrro are not Sewer tban COO different tradta involved in moiorcati anant facture running from WSher TOrmlsh broadololih and buttons to steel brass and rubber Although Vie Iraitot iddai of motor cars is fadecnalng Id is a fact that some 28000000 trendy of foreign cars hate bern roll here The rend is now going Oho other way and the export trad of nhe Atmer can maker is increasing repldV With 25000 cars as a conservative cflXmae for 1908 tls mire to say that 175000 mdbr coins Lnye beer sold hero during the dost edghit years One can not be a pessimist on the Reliefand Crforl34IiiUICk Backmche DlzzlneM estloB Malaria etc r oare tutAtnf1ir tae Nla ot catch lid ones 10 Ir p IxMrhlerrt Gap Z 0 Kks to btaitmlDc 1- iwefcr +iekL wl wit took He ri1 soon go and1 fe tt feuey BB a clerk Ito tikehtlat et RqurMfafi btt- ig WH Baal ky s tso etis- tsnwlybut wmiyi from Mhn Crbfc of paraiyeie wfcteh 3sd Win itWl hotil at Ilorae Breach itomte both agoH S Sanders ftwtnJMrly a ndd of this otty to now to change fthe Sought Uoutevilje Paraoacy da IJout vtHe Alr gtodem has dDttiendeb- em Tb aw pled to learn to Ie doing weN Sout Oawdljitoa received snohh e1 shocktw the sodden ddaiih of Mi Juliet Btacjetock which occured Frl day without a momenits warning heart trouble He was a well inowl lawyer of that Awn and learvee a widow and tla obd Jdren Rev N F Jones title In his cSiy last Saturday haWg fconde with oJd friend Bro JtotitB tttB wed corn in averdupola since fa 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Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON Tr i i t PATENTSsad TADCMARK8 prompCqobCIJoec1 to 1 obCIAATENTaTHATexpeoeesad proetowoosls ooJ reportODpPAaelNu nmrntNccs Forr amid p Sock on Jrodll 1a1e111e wrttelo vWASHINGTON DSWIFT6 KILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNG WITH DivKingV DiscoveryFOR A J i1 AND AlL THROAT AND LUN8TMOUMLU rQULBZANTREDDUTIlPAOlOXOR ZONE BHyrjKDKD a- J n J14 r l a- I tCU DDrCND Dtt rrJfekIee 1- JJMIiw W1 j Idirrcl tvHA Wes4lsgks Save Hue HonrranJcftcii rr InlirtiwiyWrKv w w i 4 t olt WAHINNDC r tr I l I I 7 1 1GLI CiGfiT jRATTLESNAKE cnt Fishing for Trou i Landed Mess of Reptiles i lid Montana Party and He Ate JfIifPiUi Just tile 5asMt VtIf Ha4 Been Fish t r 1 Itilarha IiJade7f former SlieiiMr of couaty M iatoww for ra tow diagb rdni Vdrgtela Ctty Haittll bas a Bone semi caused bra runaway I few days before heiw nt out of offlc Ked7MrecenUysecuredaIesase upon ieNSonieCrtex o lead in Browns gud1 sell expctoas to take a fortune San tto ptekn big enough to make Dumas tho creator of tihe ohanaotCT after overtfirth story he toll to the boys- Wh410 tore i v You follows can talk all you picas JI about ttSMng for axobtls ia the Lake wear Virginia city but the bulttrou wSrfch rare destroying farm are no matc1 tor the native tront of the Swas River ceuatry jn the northwestern par pi this dat 6ne time J crossed the Booky RSottnitadna to the northern tier of couBiaeB irfcompany wait a nutabe of eellows end dropped down ar the Pacific Mope There I saw i place in tim stream whloh looked to tee good for ftohlng so I stepped off my old skate of a pony while the other shape rode on to establish camp 1 had a strong Une in my pocks equipped with alarge hook baited with tivlYI mlaaed him but I pulled Mm up to fcbo surtoco and actually I almost had a Sit tor the trout had a mouth aI least lire inches wide ia the clea and when he let go of that hook his Jaws snapped togethed BO tha they could lave been heard 100 yards away Tile place wliem ho madeihi home was dn a deep pool below a rlf fie and was ovidenUy the 011l1y fISh that lived there he was a cannibal aa are all other big trout and any thing that came over that rlffleecn t orally tended in his Jaws Cut that Is andtihor story I Efiarf ed to tell you how I caught him II f Isent tho hook back again and tlhe L big follow Immediately took it HIM ftime I caught him for fair Tttie liar I used was as big around as a oha line and as strong as a rope lAB soon as ho pulled I reaUzed I dead n whale on the end of my line and lee and I toughlt tho matter out for full half an hour Then I got him In aI shallow place and drew him ashor He was 30 Inches long and at the r very least six Inches broad across thR body WWh tonic difficulty I killed him with a club and then I tied ohlm- beIh1nU my saddle and made my way to campArriving there the boys admired tho fish dramedlaltely One of them old Ill dress hlm and we will cat him for supper TTKafs whai IoaugM A him fore was my unconcerned an ewer Then the otter man got busy l MId a minutes later I heard a heart rending yell and the other chap ante batik ito camp with terror wribten all over his face Theres a live rait r tae nake in that tflahs belly wad the aknoabb bib me was his declaration Wo investigated and found he had tbld t1u Ihb for a wicked looking rattler was rgrv wfmg elugglehly away We kiled him and then made further in vestigations finding another snake about 20 InoheB long the nee one I was 40 Inches long and thud 16 ratDlee VVle pondered over the matter at lengths and MnBffly come to the following con okislejnt The snakes bad attoniptied to awkn the creek and wore washed over thiEf rlfifld The Ug till walt injg billow cow dared eveny ah4oe as iDeatwhdch came this wayfie awaltow ed boMi of baron Tftio smaller snake eels the float to medt his fsute as the other Riled been imprisoned only a hWUe while before Ijcaught the Itrout hVihad nolt yet given up itihe ghoau It lj just onp1iharni6tanae of the feroc= tousnJes of 7uo tlol1tfanitly pfd you Teat the ffcdi1 Inquin don ot the 14stenersa bertainly did was Imo ant klswered You fpRorkie tied better taire BOHnthtoi strong ao youcan swallow t jl yarn whole H tM Itnouit did Ate BJ Bald tike former Slieadse be JM fche way fco a placo where eaake4bite amdtdpte ls solid 1 + rHow Uncle Tops Cabin Came to Ee Witten l Or Chat4eB Bd rtMtl Stowe Harriet B1eeJiei Bhowea eon dieecribeB Gatie r ibruary OiroW anagaztne the fluat- laoesd whjoh led ode vinother lp the MfrttJng o4I1e book 4rioh moved aloe worl4 A Mii St e lIm4li lied removed to t7iacileaalprises a llfro ttwtYywss 11 tlslpre she Mid M141gltponluMties fait 1 b1ar leg r to I I the practlctf workings of avery tan 4n8titutori At thtmeher brother CSwrt Beeper wacriai busljiesBln the city of New liela a 1afrloooho- use which tlitad fre9uL deal wt4hay iaiiWlaniiaiUoBi He aM kep a jOura1 leis obse 4on8 iexp jls letters Vwero t iof inWdeitfe bet ag ii rnoie caw yiatast lDl4itenCeot slavery rrhere was an actual Uegree whom Mrs Stowe0 brother Charles suet C1l the boat reiurnhjK to this Red IUvtr planratlcia Wmi gang et lave tfltot he lid purchased to rta OrkariBi vUncle Tone was largely pal Ideal okt actor butlJ ho fading Halts of lihe con poelte portrait were dna vnfroi mat coaversat one that MW Scdwe Dad with trembling fugitives wile bnithe way to Canada and freedom round la her house food sheHer kind wort and pecuniary aid At las ahee herself was stricken tor with a painful and dangerous Mined But she could ertJU trwb and rmir And pray ohe did so ferventUy and with such faith that her BOulW11l born into a new and glorious expert enco of Gods greatness and love In 1850 she joined her husband da Maine After her resolve was formed imonlt elapsed before she was able tocanr out her Jntontlon of writing sometWn to males ithe world realize the horror dt slavery The waiter Is obliged to confess that he was himself ttheprir deal hindrance Just at that line In December 1850 Mrs Stowe wrote to Mrs Edward Beecher As tong a the baby steeps with mo I nights I ntdo much at anything but I nvllt do it I wUl write that thing If I Live WORK PROGRESSING NICELY ON NEW ReR Fifteen Cars of Steel Remain to be UnloadedSteam Shovel Widening Cut The construdtlon work on the M H E railroad north of AltuUson vllle te progressing nicely mid In II short time It wlU begin on an extol give scale The s rom shovel Is wWenlng the first cut on the we lido EO a passing track can bo lain MId It Is expected that this will be tintehed In b few weeks A large number of men are busy unloading stool for tho new road and It Is bdleved that the rrattlnln fifteen cars ron be unloaded by the end of next week VTien the cut on the west side is widened the steam sbbvel will begin work on the cut when ttl completed section men will make tine connection betwee the snefln track of the L N an the Providence brands After tilts pan of labs road is connected the men will commence the WOZkof ing gxel on the wrest dde of the saw Mnfe Madlsonvlllo Hustler A Rivival of Puritanism Horse radng In this country seem to be doomed unless It com ibo conduct ad otherwise thaw ms a meant or math xl oI public gambling JJouteiaaa lire lattady joined tho long mist bf BthiU tTuiH httvo no more of It and noW OaMfbjmJa is about to tniib the Some action though she leglslaUv opneoantaUvea of her bookmakers are ropeatlng wWi paasloaalte and eJaporato omphabJa all ibhie aifeumemt with which New Yorkers were mail unillbr a year ago IViey plead for consideration of the property rlglAla of oho racing afcsoola ions and for mercy on tbo toreedlni Intcrebta which they describe os mien aced with itt tart anti ttlor anmihila ton U betting ibe Btoppcd Somehow hose pathetic arsumonilb are as in itt otual in Cbllfbrnla as elseWhere and ttw juggernaut of reform rolls on lAto for the breeding imterests it terhaps is not necessary to mourn heir Immedlato den lie as certain Of total BtaiMstics rccontly Issued show ed that the tortes of tiho counltryan Doreaetng rajldily 4n both number and raise and it Is fairly safe to con Rude that vat quite pveryibody has gono out of the business of toeing bran simply because the demand for the moot nearly useless variety of the eqmno race tuna MIen ottoAs a snaUeivaf fact tho broeddng of rUl- 1HnChoreoe to much more bf Q mbleemd much lees bf a bustaeae than racing them ever was whll the breederfl of tho other typo the leonand for which is permanent and rz uiaingl make bigger as well as sat H proNte and walk la no feat what evw of legistetdve inrtertereuoe Mean ThlLe It fe weljl to renwmbei Mltnoba slate lies yet pawed owe JaWa Meek spy bind of horse mclo- glias la 00 vehfeowBilijjn aaie ted rac intke sport ft can go on like Nh- etrheapoilfs Retrom that narrow aad maUroant iPurttanion Whioh15- Ile welt knoWn ahnraoler1Mio t a seoe oCthe tehbabi4kntsot oule1 ill and CaHforal 4 i r J r Y- t I I1 PAGEANT AT TAFTS INiUUURATION t1y fill beMarked by Numerow- InterestingInnovations vtfe sfewr N k 7a GYl ft1Possum anb Alligator Clubs from r Southern StatesBattle Flag 1 that Waved 45 Years Ago I A prosperity division composed or oommorclal andj profesBjphali organ zallons mill be a feature of the Tad t Inaugural prBJdo fThe InitlaWyer 11 tats movement tina been taken iby to Merchants end Ma uacturais Abflo iccutdon There iwlll be anaiiy otter InnDvatloc In too great pageant A polltlcaSclul wKldvatiteridhd th cRooaevtdt hiaugure lion carrying big stick which bey thumped loudly an the asphalt etree as tttey jmarchied ttbng will tIiCIld the Tat fihermtiin ceremonies andth members promise aeiriklug novels they wont say what It will bett take plarn of the big sticks There will be a possum club Iron way down Ln Georgia and an Allt gator Association from Louisiana The Rough lUdws who wore very mudh in evidence four years ago will be succeeded In this years pan by a corps of gemttarienW riders from the foxhunting dietrtcts of Virginia and atartyland wearing the kpln coats and white riding trousers and all the other accessories of the reguiarloafiv bnrrcd ate costumes I In addition to the young men from Annapolis and Woo Point there will be other cadets In Uric The cadet dl vision which promises to be a big one will include till lads from the Virginia Military Institute lilt historic Lexington Va and the stars of those warttoe cottars from tqUJ same Institu tion who on Mny 15 18C4 were In stnunenblin winning from the Union forces under command of General Sic gal the battle of New Mtirkot In the old Dominion They will carry In tie parade on Afarch the 4th the snowy batUeflng that waved art the head of their cadet baltlloro in thai scrap In the valley of Virginia nearly 45 years ago Several of the regiment of regular troops that will participate In that parade havo interesting and thrilling histories extending In some instances clear back to the Revolutionary War Most Anything Someone has discovered Lot if aU the energy wasted in chawing gum was conoeintlratied la one power house it would run alUho machinery In the United States It must how been tough on the people of the atone age whet the triedi tb turn over a mew leaf If in iralott there is strength why dont labor and capital fuse In an official Batement issued by Secretary GhhrV D Walcott Smith eonlani Inriiltutlon apropos of Rose veILs African trip this appears No fears need be enlJertainedi for Presidents safety from tho attacks of man or boos as every member of theipar ty is an excellent rifle shot rln 1899 litfatralng struck In Uhls country and caused damage 5527 tlim the loss amounting to 3016620 caused 563 dentil1 and injured 810 llemmsIAs egitaaied by Prof Brown University the world is 72000 000 years old and the age of wrfttltiett languaro 6000 years Why IB a building aimays gulled by fire Wily not dlsembpwled for a change 1A coffin filled with bottles of booze Oh 0eaih where is thy sting was seized lii prohibition1 Georgia A man of our town line himself so well broken in as to date his letters with a 9lta1at he writes 9999 An automobile iaHadie ought totauv e1 a Bmootb road seeing Hens ipaved with good Intentions A word from Josh Wise SamaTOo have grown old hunlin a new Job Now York has no use for murder trials unless they aro hmdHnersIHope on Some day lren tiny see that hnurlty iihroaltlediod Austriait will whack up equitably on1 that 29240 K0 fine it saved save tlhte 250000 to 1IB lawyers and keep the 29000000 New Je say claims to have had an antto tremor Now wtoat could poasi ly sand a tremor through Now Jer ooyTholl1Ul Arho refused John D a4 000 loaai is dead at ibhe age of ninety flit What a ripe old ago a rust cam attain when he baa nothing to worry ever hike water on wobbles wihoneveT t gets on a kttrshaped iiiacik tit te elnumal old MUtt dice coal beds c tale unted Shies cover 295403 squaro mill f Farmer George r TctRg Ca ergs m waq reJgn dpeel- ylaaaBviEoglaud torssdsaaysU n y- l J i t r c 1 a yery good nel used man anti one U11n1 he hktd to do was to walk about Iim oouotoy dares and talk to people who dW not know stoke was todcted he loved itlie country Hte lib much that he vme called flanri Oebrge One dayii whwi It wets hlu ItIhroUFBio awcmaaThe king stopping for a little whl to talk asked Who woman where th other workers were They ihsiro gon to eee the king replied the woman A Aidwhy didnt you go whir them aeleed Farmer George It who slaw the ijytoinari did not know hhn wbuld not give a pin to sos him eroiainied ttoe good woman Besides she ld thtfj others wdil lose aihair 8 DId that is more than I can al toditn do as I liars fire little hdtdi- eII1jltO work tor JKliag Georgesndled and the lakln some money out of ills purse and gjv ingli to the woman he eald Well yo ma tell your friends who have gone to + see king that the king camel e you P mien Jolly Farmer George miser life hat and walked away while thi harvest woman could do nothing but stare after him ABOUT DOCTORS if LIFE SPAN Diseases to Which They An Especially Liable areINemuerous 1 Doctors as a class are more subject to Illness than their te7low wen and heir expel luny of life Us less fhU that of most An explanation of his sayS the British Medical Journal Is readily fiound in the anxieties anus ell by rceix nBlblHtIcs which mus weigh heavily on every man of iUgh feeling In the amount and trylni suture of the work flhe doctor has to do in irregularity of molls and broken sleep in exposure lib weafah sr anfli to infection and last but tel least in the seamy remuneration which his labor too often brings him The combined influence of all dine muses Is suftlcdonrt to undermine Wn tuongesia constitution Long before a man has reaohed the limit of three score and ten A comparison of tables complied by Btaitlstlcians in dlf tempt countries gives doctors an aver age of fiftyseven years at death BoStors as a class are eeixsclailly lin blue ib certain diseases Setting aside affections due to expasuro and Infection the practice of medicine levies noressors in the form of diseases of the cardlovnBcular and nervous H S Iran Angina pectoris has been rolled ho doctors disease neurosthoniU deserves to be ranked In tile eamt category and severer forms of neU rosin are as might be expected common among men whoso profession compels them to live nib the hlghesi tension both of brain and nerve force It Is scarcely to be wondered at herefore Ithat the narcotic habit JS- so commOn among doctors iAften all shortens the doctors life is overwork mental and bodily sbrailn manifesting itself at the point of least resistance Mathematical Genius Prof Max DesBolr of Berlin University recently Introduced to his class In psychology Dr Ruckle iHo told ho BtudcntB that the doctor was a genius at figures but was not to be ookcdj upon as In the same class Kith lightning calculators Iwho gave luWic exhiblUons because Dr RuokU ippeored before the studentB only to lomonstrote that walldirected appll- uiora could accomplish Ho begUn iy caking that 100 figures be placed In a low making one great sum flflici he studded the line for about five inlu u os and inthat time memorized tflio ombinatlon eo perfectly itihat iie wrote ho figures from first to lost and from last Ito first rapidly and without nn osier DlfTlcuH problems in cube and square TOOt interest and compound motet were solved in an incredl ily short tfine always correctly and vlthdbtit the aid of paper or pencil Atter aneVhibltdon which caused Under the fltudemls applauded vigorously and the mathomatlcal genius as a father Proof of Ws remarkable mean pry repeated baclonxird the 100 figures vbloh had been given to hint wihen h18 discourse bega- nVashingtons Plague Spots lie dn itea low marshy bottoms of ho Potomac the breeding ground of oalaiila +germB lheso germs cause Mils lever and ague bill lousness aundlceteasltudel woakne 3 and gen iral debility and brirfe euffejing1 or lecuth to hbwtLDid yearly BUD leevie BHtors never foil to destroy lUhtra and euro malaria troubles They are ho bwfctBllrouiiid 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