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Digital page images are linked to the text file. til TllEI llRT1Ri l I REPuBLICAN t I IFine Job Work a Specialty orrjtfAL JEWS or IBS unrJiw MEII GOIIUHIOIAIDIHUGT Subscription 1 a year VOL XVI HART q1 KY FKID E NOVEMBER 13 1903 No1 I It looks OJ itI man back ii the center of strength wbe tZIflir34to welgbtDut of strength II not the back but the stow I I InthitSt7nE All strength U made fr w roo and food can onl I be convsrtdno streogth digestedII stomach is diseased the until thysII Dr Pierce Golden Medical Dtcovy ces diaearaor the I orIdlgetlmen strong nnd mus perfactdJgutJon L of the food eatsn- UII tufftrtj from s vtrr oUtt- BMCpc1e Of uc1 i DfCOrU lQ Qtafloa of ntOTdlci without uccfM 110fr gore that ecuid- 16I bear ali us JoodQ- n7ltDIc ri muchoya- 66 dfptccd Could oat doop not A fritnd laha thrtt botUts stid I- Ij ccomptUbtd a ptrma Debt CUf The Medical Adviser In paper covers U sent Triton receipt of at one cent sumps to y J ezpcuse of man ugDnfy Address jDr R V Pierce Buffalo N T Weak HeartsArc of everyone hundred who have heart trouble cn remember when It wu simple Indleu Von It Is a scientltle fact that all cases of onlytrasab1efeitlon All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and ralnsllhoburthe heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased H r D KMbb cI Nrrtdi 0 oars I bad ttomteh trouble udwulat Ud stats u I bid burt trouble 11111111 bill Kodol 0714p1 Cur for ttnot ow tooelbi ui rtcuri nw K40IDIStstt What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain arid the heart of all pressure BottUiooiy JIOO SIze boUtat 3K UCMI the rlII Mi which MU ror SOc Prepared by K0 DWITT A 00 OHIOAQO CumberlandTELEPHONE AN- DTolugraph Co incorporated Thetto nothing the mutter wltbI my business I have the land Telephone in my residence and ol business My business hM- ncrelllldlInd my wiles voice Is never heard to crumble Rbout the Tee phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition C P NOWLIN Manr ROUGH RIVIR- TELgPHONE COMPANY i voiraBiTii c I r I Qoidnddk s I Talk being cheap and ntvewiary you should patronize home folks wheretyou can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In UlklruMliatnnce with the whole ioun ty anll f1ualnes8 polts Itntrlllly by a reakutiabk rent to the RougnRlver Telephone Company or they wll be at the whole expense II say Io We connect with all Independent Companies For partlcu lara caU on S T Stevens Manager HartfoWiW frffVI IIr Orator Entr Nous Club T 170 Warren Avenue CtrtOAOO ILL Oct 221002 1orncaiiy four years I suffered troub- litl The doe insisted on an operation as the only way to well I however objected to an My husband dlhenrlenedaa iklldI for home with a sick lAbAon U B disconsolate place at Wsfc i A friendly druggist ul him tA a Wine of- Csrdulfor mo to try and be did so I began to efowdays and veryrapld iMtWtteen Vleeksl was another tMrsStowes letter shows every 1Wfhow n home issoddenedby completelyVmo iiaHd1Jringl health and nets agiin Do not on suffer lull to your druggist today and Mcure a Wine ofCarduUWJNEcQ I V LAND SAiORTAXS1Iy- vlrtueoftazeadue me as Sheriff of Ohio county KyIwlll on the 7th day of December 1903 expose to public sale at the Court House door in Htullord Ky the lollowlng land viz EASt UAKTVORD PRKCIWCT NO I 1 Acre Tax Austin Mrs Mailnda 20 306 Dean James A T 63 8 10 Black Prank 50 5 15 Barnard Thad 95 1 Same 35 J 15 70 Bultzell Mrs Cynthia 126 4 12 Brown G W 25 3 70 Cbgblll W II 90 691- Coghlll W II agent for A R Shacklett y 80 5 20 Chinn T H 65 1041 David W N 70 6 2 tia vis Albert 20 520 Daniel B M 130 8 5 Griffin W T 75 5 70- Glllrsple R II I town lot 3 35 Gray J Z 50 5 70 Hurl Mm tlJ 6o II II 50 J 345 Hoover SB 55 5 20 Lee ThoaW 72 6 50 McDowell R II 90 6 10 Morris Jf 75 7 30 Maple I M 60 470 Porter T M 139 2765 Reddish Mrs Polly 60 3 c6- RtchrdHon J II 74 5 75 Rutlengcr Frank B 162 9 85 Sibert S H i lot 6 25 Shaver C B 52 9 oo Thomas I W 4 4 70 Wright Mrs Nancy 45 3 85 Cox S K agent for Mrs Jennie Moseley I lot 7 30 Howard 3 4 65 BOFld Tracy t lut 14 75 WEST IIARTPOKD PRECINCT NO 2 Brow R Hi 136 1565 Chapman Clint 87 u 95 Casebler B P 30 1 Same I tot J 17 85 Carpenter MM Maggie t lot 4 12 Carpenter Cllnj Ilot 4 65 Duke S U riot 7 30 Davis L B 145 1640 Gray W A 46 8 85 hines James 44 82 Martin Wru H ilot 445 Nail Miss Margaret I lot 6 80 Render Lonnle 114 21 10 Thomas J II 35 7 30 Ward Leslie M 80 12 40 Wedding R R I lot 3 7- Yelser Mrs V 217 1685 McKernan Mrs Sallle 38 4 45 Millert E M 6 8 36 Gillespie W G I lot 520 Ohio County Fair Co 30 1790 B8DA OH 3 Ambtose Wm C 72 45I Bennett Lorenz 96 9 Beard CT 58 1048 Bennet Isaac M 47 8 05 Beheler JW 20 438 Bennett Mrs Sarah 160 10 60 Carson Mrs Jennie 89 9 42 Davis RD 6aJ 830 Bills JasC 3 465 Hoover Geo W 100 1033 Hoover Mrs Susan B 23 t 40 Hopper Mrs Bllubatb 140 6 24 Hoover Louis 1 22 4651 Hoovert C JI3 18 94 Hatcher J W 90 624 Hoover Jacob 150 465 Johnson Mrs Ancle 86 7 30 Kerne Mrs Ann 50 360 Maples ThosiH 40 5 18 Miller A OV 49 S 87 McCormick Ben F 196 13 78I Mills Warren 18 4 Ia Newcomb CM 86 345 Patton Jno T 53 57 Ralph C H 18 365 Shown Mra Sallle 76 6 77 Stewart R A 120 10 8t- Strlgler Mrs Emily 2 412 Smith Sidney S 20 440 Sauderlur Jasper N 75 9 45 Smith Horace 20 440 Smith Luther 20 3 40 Travis Prank 15 4 12 Whlttader Jasse 78 658 Ward BM 201 3518 Ward Edward D 84 II 40 Ward Emanuel 84 II 40 Westerfield D A 124 9 95 Carson C K comr Mild dred Hoover IPO 5 75 Wlllanii Larkin 137 4 30 SULPHUR SPRINGS NO 4 Allen Jerome 72 5 18 Dower Ed i 18 439 Blanton Wayne Burton 3 55 Bunger LT I 4H 1631 Boznlb Ira 81 836 BaxIyCE 196 1388 CoOtll PAl 38X 78j I Coots W P 26 4 65 Coots 0 p 20 7 57 puke W H agt Blmore hrs So 8 30 Dodsou J H 129 974 Esktidge V C 36 4 65- tFeemster D P 45 6 35 Fltzhush Jas 200 13 66 Hull Oscar 43 S So Hurt Lafayette 15 3 22 Hlnes Mrs Sirah 10 7 31 Lee Sarah T 9 4 12 Lynch Jno W 25 3 85 Miller Mrs P n 65 788 Martin Wm J 33K 434 JjIlllerJL 44 7 78 J Neighbor Geo 100 8 52 feacb AJ 7 35Q- I Peach O W v 45 4 22 Russei OeoV ips 7 52 Smln AVt iI as 64- StevehsiCV SJ 57- ToBJsVAT 41 1 677 Tom JjV rbl i i 65 7 30 Wilson A BY 102 7 30 Wright WanT 75 5 18 WttldlngvWir zoo 7 30 Willis OPV 2 874 You rWmT 7 3 381 Ruiiell Jeu 47 8 40 WiJi t J U So 6 25 IlAGAK PRECINCT NO 5 Allen E J 60 II 05 Babbltf Mrs Harriet 75 7 30I 8 talt20 4 25 Biuighn JP 75 520 Cappsge Uriah 70 520 CambroBJJ P 90 7 is Cole mID C B 58 50- ErnpigerMO 20 30Farmer WA 16 3 60 HendrlxJ B Bo 625 HaUl H i town lot 3 20 Hamilton Mrs Lucinda 25 4 60 lira Lncrella J8i 10 85 Mnffiti B D 90 io6- MIdkIfT pp la 3 7- 0Udkti8cr 97 735 boti Benjmln 60 4 15 Poptyr Eliza1 35 3 30 Ra it J W 85 6 Spescfcerlno W 49 6a Sharp Ljoula A u 4 65 Shark Isaac 70 6 25 Lky1ic JT 5254 6 25 Wedding R A 75 6 as- Whlttaker DF 75 4 50- winhiac1A 37 8 40- Westerfield C D 46tf 46s1 West r6dIC 48 415 Cecil FrthkV 100 6 25 Clsrkjjrfo R 20 4 15- CftOUWBU PBKCIMCT VO 6 Austin Sallie M8 625 Baize S P 90 6 85 Barnes W H 151 1790 Barsesv r F a 500 1810 Bracken J J 140 14 90 Brown J II 6 4 15 CorJ W 751 v itowniot j 14 00I 3DoDogJMJ1It DjJi I town lot 4 15- Drakr V 50 4 15 Drake J A 50 5 20 4601YultonFogletJP 50 880 1GUQllstrap Battle i town lot 3 06 Hooker J C 91 6 25 James EH 50 6 30 Klncalde M stf 4 40 fetoleyCuM I 85 84- oLcbOW f 90 840 tathS W 112 635 McCoy JR 25 4 40 MallnJW 40 555j Oglesby R J 40 9j5 1741itoWsl1otL 2720l Porter CQ l V 100 7 JO Porter HrT 81 7 50 Roach L M 150 8 35 Shultz jJv 2 sip Shields Sji 93 840 Shields J P 90 1155 Shields JT 23 4 zs Shields W H 91 830 8trattonJ P 75 4 5- Salser J M 50 5 20 Taylor CS J4o 7 40 Wilson Mra Jane 4440W- USO J W 85 890 Wakeiand AC 220 15 90 Herald MA I town lot 3 c6 Davis Mrs J A ill 335 GUIUpiP W I town lot 3 60- Hodge Mrs Don Ia no 7 30 Jarnaglu W 8 t 48 4 60 Sanderlor J P lit for L D Taylor 100 4 60 Taylor Jno H 120 615 tWLOUD UST per Woods i 375 Gentry Green 72 4 90 Moore Henry 2 3 91 Tichenor Henry 67 5 20 Borab Jett I town lot 4 15 COOL SPSINOS PRECINCT NO7 Adklns Mrs Nancy 117 4 15 BrowIIJut 95 1085 fisggetly Jesse N 50 4 65 Blllotte Kitchens 120 730 Elliot Luther 200 1600 HlBtsMlnrW 144 13 85 H 1Th I j t 55 4 65 HudnaVCiVander Jr 120 946- Hlir adJVf V 127 886 Jones Jno O no 745 Kitchen Bro 146 1395 KenyMrsMaha B 5 625 MatcJrJ Jr1JG V456K 735 PaytOBfPpbt1 i 220 6 50 Sadkr i 96 5 9C WMlUWBlWa 625cyenfRQUitrawr FRECIJTCT yo 8 Asnric 1 h 1 for fol DrovrxiMraEAdl6O 945 I10t 3 60 IBfowiiJSi 5 1 7 jB3- f tyini 44Jt 40II Brown fvv 17= 415 Biker R5cTiiW8vtl40 6 80 QlmppeWj vv llot 5 29 0rf oeHtiU21 fJable H I 1 Idt4 781 GrsveaiW1nI444lIdt C 25 HJl l4C 722 EeiktM2ainIOP1 Ioc CR1 l HaakIntfffSl3J 48 rw4 6- 11ffeJk MIUdig J L A McGhco1Iot 3 0- 0OverbuleOLM 846 Robertson Sam 132 950 Robertson Clarence DI lot 5 76 Boytbard Mal Amelia A 6 3 06- Tiniloy M Lonolot 625 Williams H G one lot 4 6- 5WilsonWmouelot 6 55 Williams Jas A one lot 6 25 WUHamr JDoGoDe lot 785 COLOBED LIST MaseleyiE Preston 106 98- 0IenleE1ijabonolot 360 TnflseiNathan one lot 4 46 SOUTH BOCKPOBT rnidisaf v6 9 Brown Luibera100 12 So 3j1Ms Alice one lot 520 Dip 1iJoeE20 585 IirOwnMaryEe140 625- Catnpi1eldGoo W agt for Cyn tnia A Pampfield 1 lot 3 06 DdnnGeoT5 625 Engler Len So75 1000 F lkcreon LD 00 520 Eiilkenon Wm Berry 00 520 Ham MrsMartha J tine lot 5 20 Htadrie Too Li oiiiot 6 2s Jackson MM Sally B 120 ls24 JaekaonHD1S 575 Mrs Elizabeth sO 32 00 Jaekion JnoTOneIot 6 HjI Kirtl yAiberti375 5 70 Litley Elisba 75 660 Ls drumJno7o 72- McC4nneilJoeB13 46- MUL1uRobtR57 05f Robertson Sylvester W 95 8 Stoml H A gdn for Henry 81dm 28s 32- 3SiomflA126 1690 Stewart VirgllA8 6- 2TylorOG126 12 sfr ie JDOS-V s20 bx Mis Emily D133 12 69 iI COLOBED LI8T 20fMartin 1 SELECT PRECIiiCT NO 10 Baize W A v 55 b25 Batler A F 190 12 60 15jpelleryVDattgberty TJ 10 455 Eaibry MJ 203 595 20rJJiabry B A 5 4 15 rUryNH 72 7 30 HaornFM 58 4 3i Landlord M F Zoo 8 40 Morris R P 40 3 90- MIllerCP 43 S 20 Oliver Mary B 31 3 60- Bojtib Cbas 205 6 25- iyorGuvleyr 125 7 30 Wall Henry 70 4 25 HOUSE BKANCn PRECINCT NO ti Arnold David A 200 II So Aru ld Mrs Vitula 40 3 25 Arriold Mrs Martha 39 3 75 Allen Franklin 14 4 oo Alford Andrew W 120 i town lot j 7 oo- Ashby Jno R zoo 625 Bratcher Joseph A 14 3 15 Bralcher Bnoa 200 16 15 65eoyDa Elizabeth A 140 74o EEibryWm1 I 50 465- jFotiJWD1G 1 ii 4 15 FetrulOII Samuel zoo 6 25 Ferguapn Wm R 60 5 So Ferguson Tolbcrt 75 5 20 KIth Marlln 124 575 Kow Sam H Jr M 90 500 Line Hardln F 50 5 20 Morris Almorson 20 3 60 R ymen Chtlstopber C 180 io 26- Renfrew W I 100 5 20 Sands Edward 50 4 15 String field Wash J 20 3 30 Swift Sid C 20 4 15 atewart Jno H 40 5 oo Stewart Virgil A 60 465 lomas Nathaniel J 156 1160- TI lomas Geo J t town lot 8 75 Vf ndlver Wm 120 4 80 Wilson lease P 66 6 80 R03WB PRECINCT NO 13 Awtry Msnford 35 385 Atastln R H i lot 4 I- AUstInWB 35 4 15- Aahford Jas M 8i 705I MIen Jno H I lot Austin C T Ins 6 25 Xwtry Mrs Elizabeth zoo 3 70 Ashley S B 20 3 So SotahbyHAustin Ed 117 9 oo 435purtoJoawell B I 100 6 25 Brown Agnes 65 520 125I 8 60 Bryant Martha A I lot 3 60 Crowder L P1 I lot 5 20 Davia Ben M 166 730i Dabney J W 77 S 7o Duke R T 40 3 70 Duke 0 T 160 to 60 Faught T L 47 4 65 Gray R F 72 4 15 Goodwin moB 100 6 55 Hall Jas C i lot 3 60 limes Jno B 100 8 40 Ilerzr 2 4 65 Jarnagln Jnojil 75 520 Jones Mra ME mo 3 6 Kuykendall MM Mnrlba I 3 r6 625j0 1 cb1J d 63 625 Lewis Mrs J W i lot 415 Likens1 R P 76 8 15 Minor M J 60 435 Myen JD 97 7 3fl MIllerS L J 66 5 40 Nelson Jno W 50 465 Nelson Joe H 50 415 Otto Mrs Sarah 8 4 65 Peach W E i town lot 335 Park L T 58 4 9J Romans Mrs A B 100 7 20 RaymerE WS 65 375 Stewatt W J 100 5 70 Sbrdeder Frederick 60 4 35 Shrotaer Mrs Rosa 50- Shroeper 6 25 Isaac 8 3 35 ShroaHer Noah 50 6 25 Stewart Mrs Mary A 114 5 65 Thompson Mrs Lonls 16 4 oo TayToV Mrs Susan Ii v24o 12 6o Wright Tbos 50 5 8 Wzigit1tM 100 52- Wigd LT 70 85 Weaterfield Jacob 97 5 3 Wilson J W 2 town lots 5 7 WiUoa N B 35 4 45 Wilton Clatence 30 6 oo ftgleV B P 50 6 25 Llles Robert 50 5 70 j MCHENRY PRECINCT NO 15 Brown Rubt L 74 010 Cfiinn GeoJtownlot 52o Xfeno Wm N1 town lot 4 15 Fields J Wl town lot 415 FulllerionJaa A1 town lot 570 Faugbj Marion F45Jtfqj- kerson 680 Hep P 100 670 rowbargerWm 1 town lot 3 80 Grobarger Win 7i10l 785 GaitherMrs Elizabeth 1 lot 3 60 tiauee Marietta 1 town lot 360 HuLl Stovel 545 Kelly WmGi 680 Loney Mrs Margaiet 76 4 40 Wm E3 360 Maddox WmA295 212- 0Mi116MraDorao290 12 60 Maddox agt for Jno W I Hunlerl town lot 825 Porter J O1 town lot 840 Parks Finloy 49 57- 0BeehFredone town lot 570 Belser Mrs Sara agt for I Wilson Maddox ono lot 415 Shull Mrs iyMhianaonolot 360 Sap Allen agt for W N 0 3barp k one town lot 4 65 WaelindVm F75 915 COLORED LIST Jackson Nelson adrar of Mariab Jackson eoonelot 3 6- 0alkerThotwloth 570 Walker Jno D one lot 465 CEOTEBTOWH rRECINCT KO 1- 6AehbyWmB1 412 AsnbyML 100 1055 ME 265 570 Bennett Mrs Nellie 230 10 50 Barrett J L X 40 520 Bishop JD 91 836 Jacob T one lot 7 3- 0BihopET90 942 one lot 6 6- 0BriwoCLonelot 62- 5CteMrs4J17Q 147- 2CxterJM one lot 570 oIlrtlfJAonelot 1420 rson one 855 Cilvert M138 1000 erl FE60 820 HtfllnWJ 78i 1 One tcwn lot 1200 JgebartRF 46 520 iT melMrs 8E80 875 MoKernon Mrs Orna i 58 5 70 Maddox W P50 675 Phipps Mrs Eliza one lot it 85 ROeAWn t58 u 5- 5flno13oaeodO lot Vie705- ifoss JTF rftoo i89- 5RoweJasM38 520 1oweAtosielot 925 Rowe WJ two lot 625- 8kIlileTJJ IO 465 Simpson Mrs Nancy 52 625 Blogner HermanP sO 6 80 Jooley Mrs Susan i 50 4 65 llchenor Ira Magi2s iO 70- Williams ALsO 6 75- Ward Alice A 371 412 WiUhmi AJ s6J 730 Warden JB ODe lot 465 IULLDOI1IIiUlIfCTIfO IT Addlngton A YS 770 Brown E Worhtli 400 BrowDJo WmM M Gee BrowUand 10 411i- I1rowo JI C5 730 Urawn nerbrtm i G9 140 Drown P Wnrr n M il II roan Ed E 49 8 30 CaUawaj ilr Rcb1I tojrn lot 4 12 Ryan ltt4rbyEdECever25 S 20 Fnlktraon Wm cio 130 Jackion Jacob 1I S ISO ritHrmnnAVm Hro 320 kb4bOT Mrs lIarploo 730 Wlthrow Jno T4I88 770 VllllamiUr Aruandr 210 EAST FOBDSVILLB PBECINOP KO 1- 8AklngWO22 46- 5tnttersonGN06 62- Basnam Ernest 169 98- 5BeattyJnoDo5G 595 Garden Jno S 1 350 Clark JnoA 65 625 Casteeli Wmn70 94- riCheekJW109 695 Cooper 0 W85 57- 0Dauiel4Itolly59 62 Egan Goo 1 570 FordJW 14K 354 Guess Mrs Georgia 1J 2 5- 0HuflMr4A D185 1261 Head Robt 99 91- Hedden Elaur fir 250 10 00 3Ci5 SISTERS OF CHARITYRE- LY ON PERUNA TO FIGHT CATARRH WHEREVER LOCATED IN THE SYSTEM S SSII I SU s iU i Interesting Letters from Catholic Institutions la every country of the civilised irorhlthe Sisters of Charity are known THE1I I I GOODWORK Not only do they minister to lie spiritual and Intel- lectuAl needs of tbo charges com mUted to their care but tU6y also minister to their bodily needs With so mjujy children to take caro of and to protect from climate and disease these wlso and pro dent sisters have found Feruna a foyer falling safeguard plotter recently received by Dr Hart man from Sister Beatrix D CaUam 410 W Thirtieth street Now York roads aa follows tbaanotsaytoo much Is praise Of Persian Eight bottles of it cured JBO oj catarrh ot the lungs ot tour Ask Your DI HarderJIlIot K40ie B rIJ Henry A63 510 t Pool Jones Win R 51 730Sp Jonw Arch320 19 30 I th- KblloyAonzoS 90 7 85 Loyd T HSr1 town lot 10 30 w Lampton Montcrvillo 1J 4 15 I W Marlow Wilber 10 4 65 Jo 388JABarlow trMarllDMcClary Rdbt 415 Midkrfl Fred 35 A Ono town lot 7 80 Marlow Alvin 50 840 ilallhows E Wl town lot 7 80 I Miles Mrs Joaephine 101 9 45 t L B- Oiler A R 1 town lot 7 30 t Poole Wm B 45 495 jE4RobertsRusher Shcrmau 2 350 t H- Sprangle1MraJano39 280t Sopher Carl B 75 625 H Smith Mariba A 22 3 60 I Smith Jamee1 37- 0iumanLS174 I 130- 0TrumanLiWo70 570 H 251WriJbt L pWhitlerCHWhillerCBl town let 4lS T COLORED LIST I Hiues Ewing 22625 WEST FOBDSVILLE PRECINCT KO 19 Baize Newton R14 435 B Crowe HeuryC80 625 Croffe 31iseMaudo1 300 Coppago Mel vino 1 lot 4 15 625jEekrklgeGillespie Mary E110 730 t Hartford EC 61 680 JobusonC W 40 520 J hflson Wni2 600 Johnson Kate 28 41- 5KirkWG265 1560 kelley Geo P 45 90- 5LyusWin130 1950 ryd C1197 9 G5 Lee Jno W 130 27- 0MagauJoaie28 306 Midkifi JW 50 570 frewton Wm D05 520 Si i I S I I 5S yew standing and TwolIid aoth Jtbqipezetad I have yet to find oat caieofc freBeafrix CJ4Iramend from the SIt SrIeU Some years aio s rUlid of okr inst tutlon recommended tODaDrIIaitmaa Parana as on excellent l7for th Influenza of which we then ha4 serers cases which troatened to be of a sofion character I I We began to uso it and ezperisnc such wonderful raltobafWB ee thso Poruna has become ourfav6t1tedt duo for- andbronhtI4J inflneaKa catKrrh ceM eeB2l v Another ncesuaeadfroea a Cathell Institution of pe ertk0 q ftnStates wrltta by tbeSiitcg trecftfll tollo fn i n + M iI 4A nnmbsroryaara sgoonr attentio was called toDr a1vaaJt- gglst JoraroePerirni JtmL I wton Ollle17ff 415 Loyd 17 4 15- 1encerGeoM60 4 75- ith N B100 840 VilliamsonM J 30 4 0- 5hittenPM8 415 bitten Wolforko130 7 3- 0hnoanWalkerlIot 46- 5urphyJaaFe0 385 pp Henry Oaii40 75- 5encertVrn25 520 i J 35fNAVILLE PRECINCT NO 20 lvey Jno L45 f 415 3ickett B M 100 730 Baize EF 701f 85 jruner Mrs W A 1M i2id rl8tow D B lW- 3ickelt 9 dSi WT1 town lot 50 Jrowe Mrs Ellen 157 65- eVeeseWe2 415- vanaJfl 821 520 M L 120 lQ 70 Hobbs JWH i8a 440 UG RA4 v100l- uff 625 ottio 40 520 larriaonMHleri I 65 6 16 HoobsHOc 48 490 ardinTJo t830 19- 20yonsJP1412 75 0aYDeIJ Phillips Sol iJ 415 ryoruuuiaSO 8 0- aynoFrank18 86- kay1orAI53 415 Teol A G eo 1 335 Vogel Henryltowu lot 405S- H2RVE PRECINCT NO 22- asham R H 25 45 since thou we have used it with won derful results for grip coughs colds and catirrhi diseases of the Lead and stomach Tor grip find winter catarrh tepee tlally it lies boon of great service to the inmates of this institution SISTERS OF CHARITY c All Over tho United States Uo J Peruna for Catarrh Dr Hartman receives many letter frottVCathollo Bisters all f1l tho Uaiud- Btaten A recommefiC rce tlr iot calved from a Oatholio iBsatutfea isi ihe 3pn Ui west road as follows i APromInntRothrBspsfoy Sarar lican testify roaijexpeilonca t th luclencyof porup as one of the very i bed and U gIves rue pleasure I ii add toy jrato1o that of thoUsand whoiharo used It For years I suffered unmllIe spriftg I went toColo ado hoping to bonofited by s change of cliraat tStI metoij7tientnysplf nm a 1J oed Thee ml1aaofm7odaiaeiao teirig I slight I ccouitder myuelf carexl ytttoi I swfcllo I intend to continue the use pi a3othrrbeca sick with malaria and ticmblol with lejicorrhiea I bays not a dimM that si cure will tor d111ftec qi racWrftbt thfoghi1thoUaReStatiist 4 The names and addresses to these 1tiehj have been withheld froiar to tho81skabstwilfirnlhedup I Mq es 1 piehalf of tho diseases which aflHp r pnkhitt arltdu tosoo artia1 4- ransntefthosnadu j uebjaa linthg bbdy SOBM organ or puaaeQfi t vI 1 A1 remedy that would act upda the congested HtiWHS wmbraife nssiorlBglt URlrf iarmarssaWr would t pozqneftb17te1oCaIithos dlsMa J I Catrrhl tarrhtr I 1ocaf QtJIUIPttoinI 1omedythMiileiiI1AhM wliihr liiaaIl3oeatJqut Ie s Uoo do notrcotv ptandsat 1fsatory results from tho uM of PerunlZ a gti1of1i11tatemI b p1ea1edt0giY7OMl4PcaMIt4ada r gratis J t x n Ul1 U L1drea Dr Hartaisa Pre e4- v 11 hILub 8atIari CgiigI fObIo J I t hbfbrlOO4Y nulith1Sv 86 7 S rrdenJ P 4 4S1 Crawford W F zr 4 J 51ISC4- D wellTlurns 130 7 4fi4dLOMldkll4ueiipC4L 60 84 ileaJiTH 52 77 oblnson W T 53 S oblnson Joe 35 3 9- qt4JMrT tt 5g 5 2- WkittikIllG M 30 4- WklteOCJII 6S S- 1ZpttkewaA 28 4 It 4tvrOATON PRECINCT NO 22 BIicklOk Joe I 3 iaVrett D I 42 DisIelHG 90 9 Gentry Mra Mary B Hurt MrirAr Iee tbydJ P i 72T 3 IJ09RotirJd bv 160 23 teirmant Thor T 5 I 4 StClalrA Wv o a o 8 tvilsbn Geo W 41 tVllklna Will t 31 Jffbtte CC 75 WilsosGeoW 75 kloa Henry 75 f Continued oa 2nd page I Y U ICNOWWHAT1VOIY AhEi- L tING Wb a you tab arortTaasoa CSIU Too M U aroaU U ilalaly on tfrr QalDIIlitllAteJH r-i YoTkQuInti r ItS 10 to 11011 do Uyoi area victim of malar1t I Dont Do It It Dweroua Well admit It will euro malaria but Itloaves almost deadly attpr uflocts HERBINEis purely t nh3 bsolu arantood to curq maiaritt sick btadacho billouautMtt and Komach lddnoy lad Uvpr pomplaluta- T t VS OJQDAY 50 Cent a Bottle Drugrflats oCI 1 1 For Sale by J H Willtams Hartford Ky I t r Groves Tasteless Chill TonicI has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One GIld a Half M111 Ibottles Does this record of meritappcalto you1 No Cure No Pay 5 I Enclosed wills every a Cent ttackag eCCceYeIIackaeet Livar POa I 3 4 T L I ipLiIuI1I ru i = 1 r t Hartford Republican blued bjr the llnrllord rnlillnliloR ComponyI- KCOIUflltAVKD C E HIITForrJ crnozJcc- i rnbolan 34- noub nsr = FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13 TUB election is over cnnt we nil good agai- nKFSIiT Roosevelt message to oxiia session 01 the 58th Congress u very brief It deals entirely with tic Cuban reciprocity treaty Miss MAY GOELFr and the Duke rfltoxburghe were married in New I York Tuesday Miss Goclet is a lone daughter and ia one of the richest of American women SEVEUAI of our correspondents fa ored us this week with bright noway lettere written in admirable style We would like for them and all oth er correspondents to faor us in the ame pleasant way next week MONDAY Uncle Joe Cannon was by a vote of x93 to iCG elected Speaker of the Lower House of Congress This is the first time in the history of the nation that the honor has been bestowed on a citizen of Illinois IT is probable that Uncle Sam will buy a permanent site at West Point for the army maneuvers in lu tureyears During this week option n tractR of land for that pur pose has been secured by Uncle Sams representative THE s8th Congress convened Mon day at noon in extraordinary session in accordance with the proclamation of President Roosevelt The purpose of the extra session is to enact laws necessary to make effective the Cuban eciprocity treaty TOE Kentucky Press Association las accepted an invitation to attend v he WorldV Fair at St Louis next t or Juno 2nd has been selected as- jutuckyDay by the management the exposition and the Kentucky to will meet there on that day TUAFFIO has been so great on the rllinois Central IL IL recently that i spacious yards at Paducah are so Juded that it is almost impossible 4iiove the loaded cars as desired Aore than 1500 cars are in the Sid and loaded trains arrive every tour UEitiiLicANS of Louisville wil itest the election of every Demo rat that secured title to office on No jmber 3rd In view of the flagrance f fraud force violence and iutimi ion by which the Republicans ere defeated there is no reason why icy should not succeed Oin eflorts feeble though they lay have beeu in behalf of Re ublicanism and the various candi ted iGfeJJepublican party were ompted by a consciousness of their jhteousness and the assured success our country under the direction d guidance of men possessing those iuciples JUST ten days since the reelection Mr Beckham and the news goes it that Commonwealths Attorney fd of Breathitt is forced to stay I sy from the present term of Court acksonby reason of the danger i hich his life would be exposed tathitt and Judge Hargis are in iddleflgain I teiUiiUCANB and independent jrs should not become so greatly edover their success in Ohio ntv on November 3rd that their k V rest in and determination to d- elI Democrats shquld wane in I jist it was a signal victory it is 4lUt you should not forget that year is Presidential year and our i V should show an increased may for Roosevelt or the Republic omincewhoever ho maybe IKV L W TJCUENOI ot Matan cajlcd at our office Friday and Bribed for TIlE KEiumicAN In nection with which he said some ig that seemed like flattery to ir editor He saul that in lila nent THE REPUBLICAN under iw management was a better epapcr than it had ever been be 5 Theo words coming from an tllenl and learned Divine like I Mer Ticltunor we consider a corn tit of the rarest typo tE Democrats were signally do- d iri Ohio county at the recent on nil it now hecpliics the duty Wratic politicians and Demo Jewspripers to explain how It- t Jed They have either agreed jKmry or by some mysterious 11dez4 have reported that their IW Drought about by means by lucre suit one newspaper has 1Jaras to say that Republicans tteil thousand or more Thi goguery will deceive no thinking 4I It is na probable and we have d authority for saying that the oeratBhail bocdlo to the amount igjitythoueaiid as any Deui6crat J loci tfo organ has for saying tftttrircans used ten thousand The wealth of the State so the Dom ocrats say belongs to them and you may be assured that some of it was spent for the benefit of the Democratic ticket Capt Hobson in Court New York Nov ioCapt Richmond Pearson Hobson appeared in thejefltrson Market Police Court to day for a search warrant for a house in West Thirtyeighth street which Is a sanitarium lie told Magistrate Mayo that his sister Margaret Hob son who has been attending an older sister there who is suffering from nervous prostration lost a purse conS taming 68 and n gold medal studded with thirtyeight diamonds worth f1000 Capt Hobson said this med al was presented to him by a South ern society and he prized It highly As Capt Hobson was unable to state that the purse bad been stolen the Magistrate informed him it would be Inadvisable to issue a search war rant and issued three summonses for the manager of the sanitarium and two colored servants to appear In court Wednesday x Capt Hobson also notified police headquarters of his loss MATANZAS KY Nov 9Farmers are at present busily engaged at corn gathering- Mr Wm Brown of Providence bought a farm from Mr S W Tiche nor he will take possession the ith of this month Mr James Bennett Is having a new dwelling erected Messrs Tichenor and Bratcher are having their mill repaired The whooplngcough which has been very bad in this neighborhood for sometime is rapidly disappearing Miss Edith Tichenor of Livermore spent several days with friends in this neighborhood sometime ago Miss Gola Harrison of Island Ky visited Misses Annie and Iva Tiche nor last week Mrs Charlott Tichenor is spending this week with her daughter Mrs BrownThe social ut Mr James Tlchenors last Thursday evening was very high ly enjoyedMr Bidwell a prosperous young farmer of this place and Miss Vivia Bennett of near Beda were married Sunday at 3 p m at the the home of the bride Immediately alter the ceremony they departed for Mr Bidwells home where an elegant supper awaited them 1OO Reward S1OO The Trader oi this paper will be pleMeil to lenrn that there U at leant one dreaded dhwue that science hae bwn utile to cure In all IU etam nud that In Catarrh Hulli Catarrh Core U the only pOKlUvc core now know totbe medical ira ternity Catarrh being a constitutional dlaeaxc nxjnlm a conntltntlonal treatment Hall CIo tarrh Core Is taken Internally actinIC directly upon the blood and mucoan tartucr ol the y teiu thereby dratroylng the foundation of the dlKMiiip aid KlTlnK the patient utrength by bnllillug up the coniitltntlun oDd amUtlng na ture In Joins Ite work The proprietors hive no much faIth In IU cnrntlre power that they of fer One Hnndred Dollars for any cum that It lull to cure t end fur lIt of tmtlmoulnl- AilJrvM F J CHENEY tCO Toledo 0 Sold by DnnrgiHt 5c- HulCB Family rill are the lINt y OLATON KY Nov 9Mr Owen Hurt of Beaver Dam and Mr Leslie Hurt of Mc Henry were the guests oi their cous in Miss Doomle Hurt Sunday Morris Boling of Fordsvllle was the guest of Mrs Jane Payton and family Sunday- W H Lyons and wife are visiting their daughter Mrs S J Pence of Big Clifty Clyde Monroe who has just return ed home from West Point was the guest of Mr and Mrs John Allen last weekMiss Mella Daniel who is at her lathers Rev C W Daniel Is very low with consumption and is not ex pected to live but a short time Mrs Joe Tom Daniel is very ill at this writing Mr L B Daniel and wife have moved to onr town We welcome Mr and Mrs Daniel in our midst Mr Sam Payton while working on the iron bridge across Caney creek had the mlsfottune to break his right arm Dr C W Felix was called and dressed the broken limb Mrs G W Bond and little daugh ter Catherine Horse Branch are vis- Iting W B McDaniel and family this weekOn Tuesday October 21 1903 Mrs Mary Hoover wife of Mr George Hoover who lives three mites east of Olaton gave a dinner at her home to her fatber Dr A R Byers in honor of his eightyfirst birthday It was a beautiful fall day quite a number of Dr Dyers relatives and friends were there to spend the day and enjoy the eating of one of the finest dinners ever spread in Ohio county There was everything good ones appetite could desire it was really an old fashioned Kentucky dinner cooked in the best Kentucky style The table was beautifully arranged by oqe of Dr Byers granddaughters Mrs T B StClair assisted by Mrs W IL Felix All enjoyed the good dinner and pleasant day and hope that Dr Byers may live to enjoy many more birth day dinners is the wish of the writer Made Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D IL Turner ol Dempsey town Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stom ach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store ni Louisville is to have a cereal break fast food company Stock has al ready been subscribed for the Louis ville MaltWheat Biscuit Company to the amount of 50000 and the com pany will be incorporated in a few days t LAND SALE FOR TAXESI Continued from 1st pageIBUFORD PRECINCT NO 23 Allen Wesley Lon 43 7 25 Bell Thos M 196 24 26 Chapman Palestine 49 5 18 Hussey Chas W 100 13 66 Hussey S J 100 14 40 Hinton Wm E 96 66 Hoover Jonathan II i lot 5 7r Hinton Jas M 25 4 fS Jarn gin Victory L 30 5 98 Smith Chas 8 3 38 Smith Wm riot 4 92 Smith Wm P 55 73 Taylor Henry G riot 3 70 Taylor Vra V 75 8 80 Williams Dudley 87 8 47 Hoover W P inn 13 70 Hoover Jno M 41 8 25 HAHTtKTTS IRHCINCTNO 24 Cowen Oliver P 20 3 73 Chapman Hardln 15 I 4 6IChapman Wilson Zoo 741 Ford Sillle T 16 92rI Ford faa II 80 7 30 Gretr Coleman D zoo 6 24 Greer Coleman 41 3 60I Gaves T J gdn for Pnrthen la Gaves heirs 75 3 33 Hawklus James A 5 683 Hoover Mrs Emma 13 3 gs- Hohelmer Mrs Mary 6r f 24 Kirk Geo N 141 5 71 King Dudley P 34J 5 iS Lake Jas W 69 8 95 Park ThosC 172 II oi Pate Jesse R 100 6 34 Simmons Wm H 70 4 65 Westerfield Jno II 57 4 92 Yates Temple E 80 5 50 Hawkins Jno H 63 6 40 Hicks Wus T 75 5 20 Kirk Annie 75 3 50 HBFLIN PRECINCT NO 25 Bennett Reuben A 50 8 36 Hlggs Wus A 60 8 74 Hlpsley Ared 175 730 Jones Chas L 66 7 41 May Nelson T 50 4 12 Price Surrono 112 1042 Rowan Andy A 4M 3 49 Sanderfur Wm V 40 5 34 Simmons Henry C 118 964 Thomasson Joe 73 7 30 Tanner Thos T 136 10 38 Tyler Geo A 50 6 77 CERALVO FRECIKCT NO 26 Allen ET 56 5 20 Curtis VB 69 9 i5 Davis Ed lO 360 Decker Amos25 3 85 Fulkerson Mrs Susan 141 6 35 Williams P A one lot 5 20 Williams AT one lot 10 50 pots T ME1BANT PBIC11CT O 17- Illnhop Tho 1cs lost Cor Tao UII 465- Coff man J 1JHHH MMMMMMM100 8 16 CurryU II CO 11- 10EnaDOlIeoryl town lot Ill Hudson II L L0 sit Jones Mm Nancy ElG 4 1- 2llabrey ncors6 4 II MIen B D Dl00 8M- Stit Itubt CM 620- Htmcklutt leeew JItown lot C 0- Tlcheuor Frank ibery109 lo 10 NARROWS NO 28 Allen W P 50 s 70 Brown W H 75 I town lot J II 55 Coppage Mrs Martha 4 5 70 Condor Asklns 165 10 50 Condor J W 57 6 25 Coppage IF 37 8 40 Coppage R F 47 7 15 Day Grant 34 5 20 Davidson DC 20 7 30 Fentrees 0 D 50 4 65 Foreman G B 82 730 Graham Mrs Annie 25 3 Harrison Nona 57 5 20 Johnson W B 50 5 20 Livers W M 30 5 20 Shultz Miss Ruth 75 II oo Sanders W S 100 zo 50 Wilson WC 30 4 lo White J M 10 7 05 Wade Ed D 70 10 80 Westerfield Haden 115 1540l- ULIMI PRECIKCT SO S3- Crnnley A Hu 5 M Fuqua m42 4 15 Farmer Gilbert rD BOO OrerSnrnuelj53 C 70 nibboni SI 11110 025- Urevr J A 6SM 4 Irrer II A 70 425- Ulllon Mm Mlttle E43 4 85- Hnrdln XV D1I8 840 IlruJrkkt Jnu A D7 620 It ey Jooe12 3M Little C N MM 4 15 McCorty M VM 275 II U- Slclhonrnon I Wl0 7 U Martin J 1tG 325 Martin Wln82 6 2S Itoab11J00Ralph 4 16 Ralph C IIJI 4 15 Ralph Htephen EW 730 WeoterBeld Clint T70 630- WfntvrflelJ J Cl 3 36 COLORED LIsTE HARTFORD Barrett Henry 4 3 60 Foreman Mrs Annie I lot 3 55 Griffin Thos 2 4 15 Moseley Geo i lot 4 15 Moaeley D 1 I lot 3 85 Moseley Parthena i lot 2 55 Nail Mrs Anny i lot 415 Nail Mrs Jemima I lot 2 So Nail Geo W 2 4 45J Parks Ctit r 4 15- leuks WI 3 625 Parks Chas riot 4 65 TInsley Henry i lot 280 4 40 Tichenor Ed i lot 4 60 WEST IIAUTFOU- DEldson Geo i lot 9 45 Griffin Riley I lot 4 15 Kahn Walker rIot 5 20 UndleyVes i lot 363 NONRESIDENT LIST Brown Richard Tone lot 2 55 Duttcr G C 158 5 70 Cecil C S 79 4 65 Carson Robt P 190 730 Dalton W A 190 7 30 Ezell W W 250 5 20 Hicks Wm I 75 415 Knykendoll Mrs M byP W Tabor ngt 62- STlifoId7 town lots and 3 18 oo Yates Matilda i664 6 2- 3MorrisTCAP no 1050 Neal Louis J 100 1050 Russell Zack 5 3 60 Schulton JnoJ 80 4 15 Smith J D 8 2 30 Stevens L W i town lot 2 55 Simmons Mrs Mattie 95 785 CAL P KKOWN S O C SMALLHOUS KY Nov 9 Mrs Jas C Bennett and son were the guests ol Dr W P Bennett at Utlca last Thursdiy and FrI layMr Sam Morton was in Centertown saturday Mr Robt Hunter and daughter tere In Centertown Saturday- R D Hunter was in Ceralvo Satur lny Mrs Dianna Brown of Richmond the guest of relatives and friends n this vicinity recently Mrs Jennie Ross antI son and Mrs Mattie Drake were in Central City recently Mr Jai C Drake has built two new verandas and put a fresh coat 61 paint on his residence Mr Alonzo France bas completed a nice new residence and moved into sameA new lion bridge has been built across Turkey run which has been badly needed for some time Mrs Annie Hunter who has been the guest ot her sister Mrs II D Hurt for the past two weeks return ed to her home in Rochester Sunday Mr Charlie Ferguson is dangerous ly ill consumption at the home ol his brother Mrs George Lawrence who has been ill for some time is a great deal worse at this writing Quite a crowd ol young people from this place went to Adria Sunday JUST WHAT YOU NEED Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets eatingWhenWhen you have a bad taste in the mouth When your liver Is constipatedWhen When you feel bilious They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowels Price 25 cents per box For sale by all druggists us Alice Roosevelt in New Garb Washington Nov JoMlss Alice Roosevelt has discarded the side sad die and conventional riding habit and now rides in divided skirts The announcement that she was receiving instruction in the new style of riding caused a flutter among rpnservatlve Washingtonians but the Presidents daughter and Mrs Rider her teacher now pass through the parks mounted astride without causing unusual comment Miss Miuon daughter ol for mer Senator Macon of Illinois was the first woman prominent in Wash ington society to adopt the more nat utal style oi riding A Remarkable case One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deep seated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that ot Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marlon Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining InI92 number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by Z Wayne Gri- ffinBro m DeWItts jffiV Salve For Piles Burns Sores assCommander Peary in a lectue at London declared he hoped to win the North Pole for America odd thus to appropriately crown four centuries of struggle heroism and achievement Quick Arrest J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala wastoVlce in the hospital from a se vere case of piles causing 24 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly ar rested further infldtnatlon and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 25C at Z Wayne Griffin Bro Druggist m Students ol the Southern Baptist Theological Seremony refused to hear W D Gay expond Zionistic doctrine Tuesday They hissed him and left the hall when he persisted Best LIniment on Earth I M McHany Greenville Tex writes Nov 2 1900 I had rheu matism last winter was down in bed six weeks tried everything but got no relief till a Irlend gave me a part of a bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment I used It and got two more bottles It cured me und I havent felt any rheumatism since I can recommend Snow Liniment to be the best liniment on earth for rheuma tiara For rheumatic sciatic or neuralgic pains rub In Ballards Snow Liniment yon will not suffer long but will be gratified with a speedy and effective cure 25t 500 and 100 ntj II William Druggist m RIPANSTabuiesDoctors A good prescription For mankind The S cent pnrket l enough for nitml ocrrulonn eIIllyforO A J3 T OH I A Bears thsThe Will You Hate Alwajs Booj- MBlgutve of TI g I Colds 6 I had a terrible cold and could AyessCherrymediate relief W C Layton SWell III coughbe j ably For its first a coldjthen a cough then bron chitis or pneumonia and at last consumption Coughs always tend downward Stop thisIdownward tendency by I Pec toralIflirt elm cSJeJI AIUnnlallI Consult your doctor If ho uri take It thin do i ie oar ir 110 tel rnn not totk U then dont take It lie knows LeaTt It with hm W rr wilting JlAtrCOLowIIMulI NOTICEII Notice Is hereby given that on Sat I uday the 5th day of December 19a3- I will cause a poll to be opened Rnd an election held at the regular polling place in and for the town of Hamll ton Ohio county Kentucky between the hours of 6 a m and 4 p ui to take the sense ol the legal and quail fied voters In and for said town upon the proposition whether or not spirit uous vinous or maltjlquors shall be sold bartered or loaned therein or whether or not the present Jaw gov erning and permitting the sale barter or loan of spirituous vinous or malt liquors in said towp shall become in operativeSaid is hereby given pursuant to an order ol the Ohio County Court rnade at its regular November 1903 Term November 2 1903 which Is as follows Ohio County Court Novfrab r Trrm MoBjnjrSoTcmlxT I 1003 J Edward lout tcye- Judgment I Motion for Lotal Option Klrctton In the Town of Hamilton Uhloronuty Kentucky This day this cause coming on on this the first day of the regular No vember 19 3 Term of the Ohio County Court held in and for Ohio county Kentucky at Hartford and it further appearing that on Monday October 519i3 on the first day of the regular October xgrt3 Term ol the Ohio County Court Edward Jones RBEastin John Harris W Hall EJ Jones G W York G L Ezell John Rogers Simon Stephens E F Rowe P K Snlsburp Richard Gvynn John Francis P L Neighbors L Francis V Miller Mosley John Neighbors Robert Francis Jas Martin Joe James J D Walker W T Ingram J B Collins Simon Jones E FReed N C Robin son W H Stanley McDowell Fair E H Gwynn Dock Jennings John Burton S B Bishop Sam Jones Sr H W Stewart Floyd E Morris Jimes T Davis W G Kelley H Burden Wm Beane H Bosket I T Goodall W W Smith M L Dowell John Carr J B McIntyre H W Jones William Bart ley IT Jackeon Geo T TInsley R D Burton Land Davis Joe Reid and Thos II Walker tender their written petition signed in writing by each and all of the petitioners above refers ed to praying for an erection to be held at the regular voting place in and for the town ot Hamilton Ohio county Kentucky on the 5th day ol December 1913 to take the senseof the legal voters in and for said town of Hamilton Ohio county Kentucky on the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned therein or whether or not the present law governing the sale bater or loan of spirituous vinous or mat liquors In said town shall bemeino- peratIve thereupon appeared said petitioners by attorney Insisting on said motion and deposited jn court 35 the probable cost in about the holding of raid eleclobfr and tfie court being sufficiently advised it is therefore ordered and Adjudged that said motion to file slldlJetition He and the name is hereby sustained and the same is filed that said let tion be holden the result compared and certified as itquired bylaw lu such cases that Cal P Keown the regular ly elected qualified and acting Sherlfl ofQMo county Kentuckyia hereby appointed to hold said election aptl is ordered and directed to advertise the same as required by law nnd to open the poll nt the voting pines or voting places In suiil town ol Hamilton Ohio county Kentucky on the jth day ol December 19 3 Jo tAke Jhe sense ol the ItKill your qualified to vote vltliln the mill town of llmnl tons corpirute limits upon tip prop osition whether or net spirituous vlnouv or unit liquors sh ill be BJld battered or loaned there or xyhtlher or not the present lnv governing and permitting the silt batH or Iran of xplrltitDUs vinous or malt liquors lit said town shrijl become inoperative M S Ruglauil the regularly iett ed qualified and acting Clerk of this Court Is ordcrul nnl dlrcctrd topre pare atil fnrnihh poll boots fur aid ekctioi nod ll a the name bi com pared tiltci iheiald iltctioit is holden and the lesutthrrcol cettifitl as re quired by law In such castS to thai Couttand this cuusv is cuntli ued A copy Attest M S KAGMND C 0 C C The nbove ccilifiid ipy ol order came to bunds oil this tile 3ul day ol November 19 3 CAn P KKUWX R O C thc4tbdaCAL P KiowS 0- Ciii pcctgcPe ppppppppprpre tE P Barnes r Bro Ii Old Hickory Wagons iI Wo have received and unloaded into our wareroom another carload of tho fa p Ii inous Old Hickory and Tennessee Wagons Wo propose to sell theso Wagons f 0 to the farmers and teamsters of tho country at as Iowa price as any wagon can bo atsold and wo know jvo give you as good ti wagon us you can buy in this county and a much bettor one than most wagons sold in this territory But dont tuko Ii our word for it Tho wagon will speak for itself Next time you start to town fyou will rrobt11ynicet some good farmer driving in one Ask him about this AP tat wagon If he haj used it and docs not recommend it dont you buy it When 0wo say to you that these wagons have no equal when it comes to light running nii1 fltirnltilifar wn are only repenting the nctttiiCtiir of hundreds of cntioHoil own B j y ers of these splendid vehicles AVo carry tho following sixes in stock 2i 21 3 yf and 3f in both low and high wheels Buy tho OLD HICKORY WAGON and bo happy O K Stoves and Rangestime is horo and IHarvest for winter cook I ing must bo made The old Jj cooking stove must go to Lt tho scrap pile anda now atstoo must take its place Satisfaction in operating a stove and tho durability of 1ft its parts constitute its real value If you buy an 0 1ft K Jewel both satisfaction 3antI durability aro assured guaranteed Tho fire 4tbox linings will last for five w years if properly cared for You cant find another stove in tho market that will Aa3 do it Look into this matter carefully and you will bo suro to buy your Cooknig = iV YStove from us out of tho 0 K line 0 E E P Barnes r Bro 3v DAM iraa aca aaaa 4aa No Matter Where Your Farm Is Located I can sell it for you I sell on commission I quote your a few figures on farm land 70 acres near Palo 650 I- loo acres 4 miles from Hertford f956 1355cre54I a cc 800 Co acres near Beaver Dam 1600 173 acres fine bottom landsix miles west of Hartford on Rough rlv efitHEAP Jjo acres near Macon MdnI + per acre f l 400 acres near Gallop Mo it 56 I per acre 400 acres near BevierMo at 3s5otan acme 110 acres near Macon Mb t4O pr acre 260 acres near Macon JIo at Jzo per acre On this Missouri land we tan loan a large put of thepuicbae money All these are great bargains See me for a better description List your property with me Jhiive calls every day fortarrningla- nda A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HAKTKORI KY t DAVIESS COUNTY BANK TRUST CO OWENSBORO KY S5OOpcfStockholder Duarlnlel FundforCuetoarilQQj0OO DrpoilU rectlTKt subject to chick CoatI nolhlna to dpo lt or check out All co be don br null InUmt raid oa Umi drporiu tlmonthi3orlprcentorAorterpiode Call or writ tot further pwtkuUn T L ANDEIUOX IreMmti 4 t Nothing has ever eflfcallca It Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings f New Discovery For CONIIUHrTION Price loo a sACure LungTroubles Money back If It falls Trial Dottlo fr e 1 I A1C TAYLOR UnrlrrtlIkrrt81 Icarry in stock a complete line of Undertakers gooda together with a nice Hearse and am prepared to furnish anything in this line at any hour gll Emhaitniug a specialty Washing dressing and layin out free of charge A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky SHERIFFS SAlEI Dvlrtue of Execution No 2065 Book ii directed to me which Issued I from the Clerics ofUcs of the Ohio Circuit Curt in f vr of R II MT orlnlYfollowing described roperty or io much thereof as may he necessary Li satisfy Plaintiffs iVbt Interest art coats fill McndayNivi mb r 16 1903 at I oclock PI rt the Court Hoube onr in Hurtlnrd Kv viz One liriusc and lot At MHIII St lion Ky hounded sa follow Ol the Eist by C M RAlph lot on tin South by the Owrtsh rn and Morpwi I town road on the North and Went lyj the lands ol Wn1 R4phM heirs Is- led on ns the propel ty of Bessie Gret r I the defendant ii tliit action TBRMS Sff wll he mude on n credit of 3 months hndwith ai proven nrrnriv riqnlud hearing I terest at the rate ol 6 per cent pr 4 mum from day nf Fall and havlt g the fnce anti eOnf a sale bond IlfllpctuberByJ H ROBBRTS D S I Worm Detr yoriWhivefi Cfm Vprtnlfntrr nut onvI IIutll1S but rtmovcN thr muns tad slime In whch they build their- nwst J It Htlr and qnlrVly n hnl j thy condltltn tif th bony where cannot exit 250 at J H Wlllams Drtl2glSt us 1 Bloody Tragedy in Breathitt Jackson Nov 6Two men are dead ao the rstihtol i fi lit I M 1cdie Fork slxm les west of J ckson 1 Last night Zeke Spencer called Curtis s Grose out of his home and without a word shot him deadoSam Gross aged 18 ton of Curtis Gross sprang into the darkness and- tabbed Spencer seven times through he heart No cause Is assigned for the killing except an old family grudge A5OOO3llhIo1Furnh1ue GIVEN AWAYSlIf you want to bo tho luckyP fromI YI tho length of time tho BIGC hofirstnumber of hours or the ono guessing tho nearest to the ox m Ret number of hours tho can dlo will burn gets tho Furnici tlISInothmgbo tho lucky party This is re pi100mowofroredw CARSON CO HARTFORD KY t1 Nasal CATARRH In ill lu stages there thould bo cleinllneig Elys Cream Damsl- caDJejoothei and hull tbo ilUeucd membrane tcureecatarrhan5dewny qalcklr sprssSsYcdy1ngdocot nullELVTotk OneMinute CoughCuro For Coughs Colds aft Crcujit h iiiiiiiii1i 1 J 1 1 k u u u u q r w- J Special ValuesliOIthe next ten days in Seasonable Iilorchandiso in which ovory housoho1 in Onio county is interested Qualities that speak tin themselves Prices that umpotitmS dare not tlieot- i Value No IBoys Corduroy Knee Pants ovtrt heavy wellllilulo from 6 to 15 years a ready ngPanlprico 12- 5Value No 2Lndies good ovaryday wear Golf Slides scam 1081 back rivited scams wolf pegged sell everywhere for 126childrens same 75c to nOe our price 100 KerseyJnckotnicely lined and reel mado throughout in castor or black a garment that soils overylvllo ro also for 850 or Uoo our prje0 500 Value No 4lxtra size heavy cotton Bed Blanket the kind that sell elsewhere for 76c our spocinl price finc Big size Bed Comfort wolf quiltI nrtiIBesides these SPECIALS we have our shelves loadedwith big values that wo have not room hero to mention Como and oxanline a stock which is superior in QUALITY and lower in PRICE than you ho been accustomed to looking through 1 rho PLACE IS It c AX f1 0 eV Hartford RepublicanI FRIDAY NOVEMBER t3I Read Daviess Co Dk Tr Co ad Oyaters Fish Celery at City Ru- i tauraatEverytblag good to eat nt City Res tanrant City Reataurantmoat up to dale place tn Iiartlord- M3I MI what nice bOUP you get nt City Restaurant Get your ulal8 at City Reataarant- Ivrrythlag first class Tnl lrluettllg Stuttu la now at Hart Ird until Jtnuary I 194 Our prlcea- on many of our Lrlier grades are cheaper than eVer It will pay you to give ns a call hetore Iolng elaew- hereCdnsumption Salt pork is a famous old fashioned remedy for con sumptioncI Eat plenty of pork was the advice to the consumptive 50 and to go Salt pork is good ifa man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs mostScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat t the consumptive Pork is tb rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refinedof fats especially prepared for easy digestion- ll eding him fat in this vay which is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thingabout the combinatio- of cod liver oil and hypophos 4I ies in Scptts Emulsion at puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will be- Sntfrceupon request B sure that Ihls pktare tithe torn of a hbet b on th- wnpper of every bottle 01- Ewll4ioll you bo- ySCOTT BOWNR CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y l soc and II sH druggttts H 0 lid ay- Goods xlleerwar Wald anti Iuamoaderytb- togaDlttble ror preenta at mat rtftloaabl prll Cbeapnt puelo WDd ror oar lar Dlallratod ratalolnt nla111 Flit E V M WINtftA1I sa- U11 tit W Market between fLoalnUle Go to Carsou Bros for Guns Malaga Grapes at Carson Bros Iris Render Matsnzu was In town MondayqNew thIngs every week at Fairs in MillinerytFdlrs new Furs jackets are stylish and cheep Iraq W A Ron Centertown was here Tuesday For uptodaten 8S In Millinery call at FaIrstJ II Everly Smallhous was InI town Tuesday L A Sandelnr Roxey was in town Tuesday C D Wallace Cromwell was InItows Tuesday RD Brooks McHenry Wla is town Monday IEsq G W Mattlo Cromwell was In town Monday New HoodsrPacluators Wool Shawls lit Falte For R nice Trunk SuIt Case Tele cope see Pairs See Pairs readymade Shirts They have what you want 0Dr W M Warden Centertown MondayoPairs Overcoats tire the newest and cheapest in Hartford Ladles t1nlnn Suits 3Sc Childrens Union Suits 25c at Fairs Henry Stevens of Beaver Dam call ed to see nil while la town Monday Herman Render of Centertown called to see us while In town seater day Mr Ford StoYocrss vIsiting friends thisnRev L W Tlcbenor of Matanzas made nll a pleasant call while In town Friday Joe D Rogers Heaver Dam made us a plsasant call while In town yes terday Duo T Tlchenor Denver Dam clIed at this office while In town yrs teoiterda Dr A S Yewell who r turned to Owensboro some time In September to Le treated for typhoid lever bas recovered and Is now with us again to continue the practice of his profession Mrs M L I1eavrln nnd Percy Heavrln went to yesterday Rommey Renfrow of Dundee a pleasant call at thIs office while town Monday Mr Gragory WeddIng of vUle Is the guest of his father R R WeddIng Judge R R Wedding has ed the property of Mr Aba on Clay Stree- tOsrnopnrrtyDr D W King Is Mrs Lou Collins Rxaminatlon Consultation free U Mrs n P Allen HnwuvtUe vIsIting her daughter Mrs mo Wilson this week Mrs Maude Keown of Ind Is visiting the family of Cal P Keown this week Robert Ragland of Horse Branch visited his father M S R gland city Tuesday and Wednesday Dr A S Yewell Osteopath u Commercial hotel Hartford Ky Examination and Consultation free Prom this date until further we will pay 20 cents for eggsC- ARSON The hunting season will open Co No vember ts You will need D and AmmunItionCarson Bros them J W Stevens of Utica who formerly lived lu the Alexander neighbor hood made us a pleasant call while town Saturday If you enjoy good health you keep your feet dry and if you your feet dry you must buy Shoes from Carson Co Mr W S Samuels traveling sales man for a pIano firmlocated at Ow ensboro was in town Saturday and made us a very pleasant call Messrs Sam Maddox of Prentls Alex Maddox of Rockport Chinn and Dr II D Innis of Mc henry were In town yesterday HarrIson Piener Cromwell return ed Saturday from an extended visIt Chine Texas where he had been visit his brother Martin Plener You must harry up and get lu guess on the big candle the lucky one gets an elegant suIte oak furniture CARSON Co Rev Burnett who has ben to the pastorate of the Hertford Dap tilt church arrIved here Saturday He and his family lie occupying welling recently vacated by Capt and Miss J G Keown Mr and Mrs Wayne Griffin are hosts of a new vlsltora fine ladyMiss DeaUrlce hItS come to stay wIth them lug life Doth mother and daughter alI Are getting along nicely The boys rank of the local Young Mens Christian Association enjoyed a possum hunt and more reo- cenUya possum eatinIMr Emory Schrader was present end made a flashllgbt picture of the group WANTEDCorn Pith Must be lree from shell and joInts end also be practically dry We will begin to receive December tat and will scents per pound Will take any uantities CARSON Ca- In reporting the vote of Ohio coun last week we were at that time unable to obtaIn the vote ofJ W and J P Cooper candIdates or Senator and Repre e dive respectively The official count gives Cox 280 and Cooper 60 ThIs Is an over prevIous years and shows cause of prohibition Is year by year Strayed from Hartford about weeks ego one red heifer about or six months old has white star In and some white ou under part has been dehorned ears not marked will pay for her return Information as to her whereabouts L T DARNARD Hartford Ky The ladles of Hartford met Mrs Dr R B Pendleton Monday afternoon and formed an Auxiliary the Y M C A The organlzdlon of the following ladles PresIdent Mrs Pendleton VIce PresIdent Mrs D E Thomas Secretary and Treas urer Miss Leettie Marks Mrs Matthews Mrs C M Harnett Mrs Alva Taylor Mrs E W Patterson Thomas Mlsa MaggIe Marks and Free Lecture Prol Grant Winkler will give a lecture at the Court House In Hartford FrIday pigbtNovember r3 I 9i3 on the Blind Boys Lire Prol Wink- ler will also entertained hIs wIth Vocal and Inslgrmentaln uslc ThIs is a rue treat Everybody invited pm- F Entertainment will begIn nt BeautIful Clear SkIes purlfIngHerblne exerts a direct influence and mRtnla lIng them In a condition ofhealth thus removing common cause of yellow moth greary skin and more or less of pimples blotchcsand blackbe Ids soc 1 H Williams druggIsts a m New Bank at Morgantown Morgantown Nov toThe M Carson Banking Company ly opened stockholders and friends beIng present After by Judge B L D Gully presIdent the bank business was begun with brilliant outlook for SUcceetl This makes two banks In Morgantown BidwellBennett Lrt Sunday at 30c1C1Ck p m at the home of the hrlde near Beds the matrimonial bondwas solemnized be tween two of Ohio countys most pop ular young people and MIss Vivian Bennett became the companIon for life of Mr F B Bidwell Rev J A Bennett spoke the words that made this happy couple one ImmedIately after which they repaired to the home of Mr Indwell Matatzts were a sumptuous repast and a host of wel- comIng Urenels awaited them May happiness and success attend the through life Is the wish of Inn Rn- PUnllCAN Teachers Meeting Program of Teachers Association Hartford Maglstrlal District to be heldat Hartford Kentucky Saturday Nov 14 1903 tooo a mNecessary qualifca- tions of a teacherH W Patterson Character buildingRev J H Durnett Should VOCAl music be taught In schoolsR A Carter now to teach spelllngOzna- ShuHz General discussion led by J H Davidson and H H Taylor Practical expeilments In physiology Robt Miller DlscasafonW S Taylor and MarvIn Black RecitationMiss Florence Morton RevIew of Hloadales Art of Study Chapters is to t6A P Taylor ty and iBM M Faughender 19 and 200 M Shultz zi and 22Mlas Dora GIbson The public is cordIally Invited to attend M M PAncuENDER V Pres FANNIE RENDER Secy- HORTON KY Nov loMr Alonzo Howard spent Saturday In Beaver Dam MIss Kate Hoover la visiting idle tins at Darndts Creek Shelby Rock was In Hopewell 8atIurday Harve Richardson Chel Patton andI Lather Rock have delivered tobacco In Owensboro Prayer meeting at Bethel church Sunday night was well attended Mr Herbert Hoover was In Beaver Dam Saturday Mr Lawrence Howard la on the alck list at this writing MIsses Adl Hamilton and Almeda of Beech Grove are the guests of Miss Mary Patton Buy our scholarship in the Bowling Green Bry Stratton or the or Massey Business College Take a busi ness course we can save some cash y NEW BAYMUS KY Nov loMr Cook Bean has of Mrs Eliza Cate the White Springs Mrs Cate will go St Louis where she will open a early In 194 The FIrst Quarterly Meeting of the Circuit was held at Oak Grove and Sunday Elder Rush ug was pressor and preached two In sermons to large audiences Messrs DavId London ot Rosine William Duke of Horton and Isaac of Sunnydale attended the Meeting at O4k Grove Sat and Sunday Rev G J Bean of Hartford came to the Quarterly Meeting Satur Mrs Julia Kirby bad au acute at tack of nervous prostration Sunday nIght and her life was despaired ot but she la sInce somewhat improved Mr Arvis Wedding has typhoid lever Miss Annie Stevens who has been visiting relatives here for several weeks returned to her home at No Creek Monday Mrs W H Foreman and Mrs A G Allen of Hardlnsburg ate vIsiting relatives hire Mrs R K Bean Is vIsIting her parents Mr and Mrs Warren Hines at Owensboro thIs week Miss Artie Wilson who Is In school at Owensvoro vIsited her nIece Miss Shreve at Narrows last week A crowd of men who attempted to take Jack Carter out of hIs home In Montgomery county were met by Car tee wIth a shotgun and were forced to retire precipitately The Gentlewoman A womanto be well dressed mast first of all be exqulsltdy clean Her clothing may not always be of the handsomest but there Is somethIng lu the way she puts on her clothes In her careful attention to detal11 that marks her as a well dresetd woman hven thaugh others outshIne her In the costliness of theIr atlas there Is something so fresh and unsullied In her appearance that ehe has a greater charm than her more expensively dressed sisters The neat woman never neglects her dally bath she pays sClupuluus attention to her hair and scalp her teeth are well card for and her hands clean and while with well kept nails bespeak the gentlewoman r- OAIBTOnXABens te Yot liars 115511 Boopb- t8leaatn of ctlIIiflc Richard LtJwllllr who was cut Rt a dance In Lexington Tuesday night Is not expected to live SUICIDE Of Prominent McHenry Citizen Mr Lee Fisher hangs limself Last Tuesday Mr ve FIsher Sr living at Mcllenry left his rest deuce about to oclock In the morn Ing lie did not return at night but hIs wIfe end family supposed he was spending the night with hie eon ln law at Render The next mornIng Mr Fishers son David accompanied by a young themFisher farm and remarked Thats the house where JIm Epsy got his throat cut and the young man de- sirIng to look at It the young men walked In when they were horrified to find young Fishers father hang fog by a rope with dliltortedleat urea and body cold and rigid Dr J S Smith who made an examination of the body says the deed was carefully planned and was exe cuted Tuesday The deceased had tied a rope to a beam built up a platform of loose beams then tied the rope around his neck and kIcked his platform and died Death resulted from strangu latlon BEDA KY Nov nFarmers are busy gath wing corn Rev R D Bennett Hartford filled his regular appointment at the M E Church Sunday Quite a number of young people at tended the protracted meeting at New Bethel Sunday night Mr George Hickey and family of Drowns Valley were the guests of relatives here Saturday night Mr Bernard Hickey Whltesvl11e visited hIs sister Mrs Hosea Shown Saturday nIght and Sunday The musical entertainment which was given at Mr Hldy Wards last Saturday nIght was wen attended and report a very pleasant time Mr Ferdinand BIdwell Matanzas and Mies VivIan Bennett were united In marriage Sunday evening at the residence of the bride near here In the presence of a large crowd of friends and relatives Rev J A Bennett officIating Both bride and groom are very popular young people have the best wishes of their many friends They left ImmedIate- ly after the ceremony for the grooms home where they will reside Mr Thomas Wallace Meade county le visIting his father in law Mr S A Bennett Mr Hayden Webb Musses Myrtle Ethyl and Annie Moreland No Creek attended services at Mt Hermon Sun nIght Miss Dorsle Dennett who has been sIck for the past week Is able to be is school again Mr Grant Winkler the blind man of Owensboro gave a musical enter taInment at the school house Thursday night Mr Lee Chinn and wife Hartford attended the Bennett Bidwell wed dIng Sunday afternoon Mrs Hosea Shown and children felt Wednesday for Browns Valley where they goes to visit relatives Cornt Doc et for NOVtTerrn1903 nl1l1 nay 4103 Comth YI A D cblitebaum 4104 J W Dotaer- MO Warren Coadllf eaeN- 3MO Jim Barn 3s ltai TIU0rU l7il RudJaDCA8M 3814 Fletrber llardleoa Lee Tiltord ISM Willie Walter 3806 SIp Dhoall 3897 Thomas Tatum 3878 JUlton Jackson 2 caeel- abg3 John TDrDer- s TIm Shultl 3921 ton Morgan Ii caeca- rcosn DAY 3911 John lalfroD 3920 Loa Morgan 3 cad 3973 ThomDl tatum 3560 Sy E Rallell1- 11M ChIUl foxier 4000 Claude Slaughter 4008 Dock Porter 3 case 4011 PoreetChlun 4Q3g JaiLambkln 4041 Gray Atbery 4066 Walter Kahn Ac 4OM oil narD 4OGt Tam DDrd3D- 40G Walker Kahn 4002 ioniaOriifu OIylIarDmI 1 4013 Louis OrtmD 40711 Will Englar 4083 Lee Awtry THIRD nay 4091 Alonzo Oalther- 4o1 ltatrey Barn 4086 Vlrglll MUt 4088 Emmett Tyro Ace- 4o87 J W Wlleon 3608 EAthltecllll Illo Chester Porter 4117 George loyd Ills Jack Kelly 41t yermond Cooper Ac 4123 Ed Colebura 4128 Luke Taylor 41n Ernet Embry 415 Cicero Smith ronatn PAY 1149 Den Roger 4150 Jim aarton4- 11t Ed Corti 4111 Erneet Emb3 cnle- aUI Daniel Miller 4139 Luke Taylor 2 caeee 4143 CIcero Smith 4143 Leelle Slim 4148 Daniel Millerr4149 Will Long 41o Owen held- 1o46 MiRbeltTaylorrir7a 41SI j John Wright Ii CAoee 41M Ollyae twist 4157 000 Loyd 2 case itro Elmer ulin 4180 tonta Anderson 4181 JpoAbner 1162 will Sumner Iles Ed Shafts 1164 Boon 1910 lies G itolre list Tho Witron A Coy Attt H A AIIDI1IOII pert t llI C WIIlTESVILLE KY Nov loA crowd of young folks attended the Literary SocIety at Wale nut Grove FrldlY night Mrs LivIa Cecil and slater Miss Mary Wedding vIsited theIr mothtr Mrs Julia WeddIng at Hartford last Sunday Mr Palmer Wedding Is vIsiting friends nod relatevea at Dundee this week Mr Fred Kopp and lamllYJlelt thIs morning lor Tenlle8ste where they will make their future home Messrs Jas Lowe and Wade Strat ton of Hartford vlllited friends In thIs vicInity Sunday Mesdames P U Hofiey and ItviR Cecil and Miss Hfiey Cecil went to Louisville last week Miss Verda Holbrook who has been vlvltlng her brother has returned home OINellllbolo1visited Dr T J Wedding went to ThursdayIMr Duck Taylor of Plltlpot was in town Sunday Mr and Mrs Elmer Harrison of Habit spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs A P Brooks Mr and Mrs D L Jackson went to Owenshorolast week A Sclontlflc DIscovery Kodol Dyspepsia Cure dOts fur the stomach that which it is unable to do fur Itself even when but slightly dls ordered or overloaded KOOol DYI- Ipepsla Curd supplies the natural juices of digestion ant does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the Inn nnod muscles of that organ are allowed to rest and heal Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and enables the stomach and digestive organs to transform all fond in to rich red blood Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro w FORDSVILLE KY Nov tM Murry Johnson of Owensboro who lias been visiting friends and relatives has returned homeMrs Maud Keown and children 01- RockpOlt Ind visited at the home of H 0 Keown lost week MIss Abbie Williams of Owensboro who has been visiting Miss BernIe Welburn has returnd home Misses Nannleand Mamie Jones vIs- Ited their sister Mrs C L Hua ofSal phur Springs from Saturday until MondayMiss Cora Ifolderman who has been vIsiting friends and relatives at Leitch field for the past two weeks returned home Saturday Mr and Mrs N J Cole of Dundee vIsited Mr and Mrs J H Smith a few days last week MrJohn Carroll and Muss Ethel Slaycomb ot Owensboro visited Miss Myrt Lawson last week IL For sIck headache try Chamberlains Stomach and LIver Tablets they will ward o4 the attack If taken In time For sale by all druggIsts ARlch Pauper New York Nov roAn aged wId ow was found dead thIs mornIng In the basement of a tenement house A FREE game insida each package of Lion Coffee 60 different games where she made her home She had lived In the house for years In what seemed to be at feet poverty support- Ing herself by begging In the neighborhood and by donations from or ganlzed charIty but after her death her room was searched and fSoooo In regIstered government bonds was found Cured of Plies After 40 Years Mr C Haney of Geneva 0 had the plies for 40 years Doctors and stoodDeWitts J him permanently Invaluable for cuts burns braises sprains lacerations eczema tetter sat rheum and all other skin dIseases Look for the name DeWltt on the packagean others are cheap worthless counterfeits Sold by Z WRyne Griffin Bro m For first class Job Work the day you order it call on the Republican Job Office onstiPation Painback I taste in your Its areliverpation dyspepsia2se belaUralbrowDBUCKINGHAMS W t1ccr 1ODoo a P al a e0 NH rajJe IIIIIhw 1UMe 1M- If Mueosdd a ltlIII1 Spa rrh lltIDiftnrtrg aar t1 Jr eel Ne Me too e- ts0 MnUeaYaae4 era a tuANnNa TIAUIa Lev =O TORIABe- eritt ihr Klad Yon Bse BattI- llsDatan of f IItF+itidtIi+ FFt + FFiFWFt +hFif4fFi4ii + HHHWMif14- t HereFrieridGIVE We want to talk to you about DRESS GOODSand wo want to show you what a splendid lino wo haverFirst wo will talk about our line of tencent Coverts for Shirt Waist Suits These goods como in dark red and mixed dark green dark blue and white mixed Just the thing for street wear school wear and other serviceable wear For Coat Suits we have all the latest Novelties rnning in prico from 500 to 175 Our fiftycent lino is the best to bo found anywhere These come it strict ly all wool Colorsdnrk green medium and dark brown navy cardinal and black Beautiful quality 50inchmedium dark bluo Lustroat 75c Also a full lino of black Lustres from 50e to 100 A fine lino of black Dress Silks in Taffeta and Peau do Solo Also an elegant line of colored Silks for Waists at 75c and 1 All colors in Velvet for Waists A Velvet Waist is quite the newest thing out and there is nothing better for service A handsome line of Vestings for Shirt Waists Delicate shades of blue and pink fleece Pkit at 15c a yard Old rose and white in very heavy quality at 25c per yard Yardwide Madras beautiful only 10c a yard regular 15o grade Our readymade Underskirts are to be had in Knit= ted Wool Flannelotte and black Sateen ranging in prices from 50c to 225 Also a nice line of Tailored Skirts These are splendid values ranging in prices from 150 to 800 Now dont think because wo are talking Dress Goods that wo have nothing but Dress Goods for wo have ns large a stock of Clothing ns any house in Ohio county and if you will only come in and look through wo can save you money We do not mark up prices in order to fall We simply mark our goods in plain figures at a close price and treat everybody alike lines of Childrens Suits Boys and Youths Suits BigI and Rain Coats A splendid line of alls Call for the Diamond brand Dont forget that wo nlako Millinery a specialty and I give the closest prices And ns for Shoes and Boots and Rubber Footwear we have always been leaders in this line and we will rcontinuo so Como to soc u- sEcoiioiiiy oreSara Collins Smith Manager + FNMFFFffi +4Mit4 11 i+i4 4libYtMFiIf4F1FiiFNFfi Q tNew GoodsCheap Goods tYohavo just roturnod from the City Markots where wo have purchased a big JJ goods for the Fall Trade consisting of Dry Goods Clothing Hats Boots X Shoes Trunks rrolescopes big lot of Comforts and Woolen Blankets and in fact overythhig found in a firstclnss uptodato store We also purchased a big lot of uptodnto Ladies Jackets Readymade Skirts and Childrens Cloaks and a big lot of Furs at prices that are oyooponers i CLOTHING lwentyfour lions Black Clay Worsted Suits sizes 35 to 42 at 260 elsewhere 500 Twenty Youths mack Clay Worst ed Suits sizes 14 to 19 nt 250 elsewhere H25 1rwenty Mons aUwool heavy Suits ii sizes 35 to 42 nt 450 else whore 750 Dig ussortmont of Pants all sizes and colors 100 elsewhere from 150 to ii 250 Big line of Boys Suits all prices mouth DYE fiaaS brown coats Mrs OVERCOATS A splendid Boav er Coat 400 elsewhere 675 SHOES Hamilton Drown for men every pair gUaranteed 125 Ln= dies Shoes 1 Big lot of Chindrons Shoesall price- sJACKETA 12 Jacket for J a 10 Jacket for 8 an 8 Jackot for 5Iand so on down the line SKIRTSIA G Skirt for 425 a 5 Skirt for 375 a 4Skirt for 250La 3 Skirt for 150 a 150 Skirt for r100 Childrens Jackets at all prices We would liko to give you more prices but ns our space is limited therefore we ask the public to call and examine our stock and buy their Fall Goods from us ns WO can und will save you monoyYours for tr- adeHartfordtSam Bach Ky t I I I r I cTI c IfFlartford Republican c L FRIDAY NOVEMBER J3- co SEEK TREASRE iBURI D DY RENO r Sf B Necalls Marshficld Train Rob bery In Sixties tl Exciting Period in Histo ry of Southern Indiana Fearless Rno Gang of Jackson County Charged with Reliev ing EXPreSS Car of 96000 y oThesearch that for several days has been In progress in the Marshfield bottoms between Scootsburg and Seymour lad for an express safe supposed to have been hurled by mew t hers of the Reno gang at the time of the rlRrshfie1d train rubbery In zS6S- rtvLvea Interest in the most exciting period In the history of Southern In diana The Marshfield robbery In which R Jtffersonvlile Madison and Indianapolis ailroad train was held up and 96000 stolen frQm thex press car and the subsequent hang log the principals In the crime In the county Jail lu New Albany bya mob of masked men was the climax of a series of bold train hotdups and express robberies on the old Jeffer sonville Madison and Indlanap oIls road that had terrorized the cltlz ens durjng the preceding five years The men who were hanged in New Albany jail early In the morning of December 12 i868 were Prank William Slmeon Reno and Charles Anderson A special to the Cincinnati Cow Mercial ofJuly 13 i868 raid SeyI nlour has enjoyed the reputation o- being the headquarters of as daring a set of scoundrels as ever cut a throat L Ot robbed an express car The rob beries committed in its vicinity and elsewhere by Parties who reside here and at Rockford two wiles north I have amounted to at least 1500000 The best thing that could be done for Seymour would be to hang the lead l Ing scoundrels and thus drive the tour others away which the citizens arc now likely t01- 0J q MOfl HANGS TEADERS- I This briefly sets forth the state oI affairs that culminated In the hang- Ing of the leaders of the Reno gang it the Floyd county jail In New Albany by the Jackson county vlgilanct committee as the mob styled Itself The hanging took place between 3 and 4oClOCk In the morning December II iS63 which was one of the coldest days In the history of this FCC tJon of the country It was accom pItshd lu less than twenty minutes The mob arrived at 3 oclock on a special M and I tuin consisting of two passenger coaches and an en glue which used a torch for a head light There were seventyfive or a hundred men They moved prompt- S v ana quietly to the jail Whet iliomas Pullenlove the deputy sher- Iff refused to give them the jail key i he was shot In the right arm and beaten Into snsenslbillty with the butt of a pistol Members of the mobwent to the sleeping apartments of the sberlfL and with pistols point ed at hs wile searched the room for the keys until they were found Af- terf procuring the keys the jail was unlocked and one by one the met were taken from their cells and hang- edl1 In the jail corridor Simeon Reno I was the only one who resisted lie c made a desperate fight for his life I1tat rhu memjbersyeadown that he was overpowered He V ahwas unconscious when he was hang ed Alter the hanging the mot Iformed hi line and marched to the depot where the men boarded their Thouaancla IIav Kidney TrOuble and Dont Know It flow To rind OlltIFill a bottle or common water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condlt- lOQ of the kid neys It It stains your linen it Is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desIre to pass It or pain In the back Is also I bladderI What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so 0 SwampRooti4v I theback1 I InabilitytoI It orbad effects following use of liquor unpleasant3dA I timeduringordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized it stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases thebestYou may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that tells Lmoreaboutitbothsent llT1It mr absolutely free by mall IAddress Dr KHmer nomcfBwmptoog Co Binghamton N Y When writing men wo lion reading this generous olfer In this paper make any mistake but remember fLthe name SwampRoot Dr Kllm rs Ihe address Binghamton 1HY on every bottle k1 I a train and departed The lynching had evidently been well planned The men actui like a company of trained soldien Only a few people were on the streets of New Albany at the time of the lynching It was not until alter the mob had left that an alarm was given Then people flock ed the streets and great excitement prevailed about the jail CLUBBED TRAIN CRUW The Marsh field express robbery which was tIe climax ofthe opera tlons of the Reno gang was commit ted on the night of May 26 1868 on the Jeffersonville Madison and Indianapolis railroad between Scottsburg and Seymour The train left Jlffer- sanville at 930 oclockk and at rr- o lock stopped at MarshfIeld eighteen miles south the fireman was on the tender of the locomotive taking water nbd the engineer David Hut chins was on the ground oiling hili engine both men were knocked sense less by a blow dealt then from behind and the engine and express car wert started ahead The passenger couch In the rear has been uncoupled and Conductor Amerlcns Wheedon of Louisville and the passengers were left behind When the train started the robbers six In number cllmed row the engine to the platform ot the express car pried open the door and entered The only person in the car was the express messenger lie was knocked down and thrown from the car Both safes In the cat were robbed and 96000 was stolen One package cntaining toooo had been conslgne to New York The robbers abondoned the train just south ol Seymour One oj the safes In the express car was missing It Is be lleved that the robbers burled It some place near Mnrshfield and searchers work by night and It Is not known who they are- RUNOS WERn VEMSLESS The Reno family were old residents of Jackson county lad They lived on a farm near Seymour The father Wilkes Reno wasregardd as honest but eccentric At one time he was arrected on au Insanity charge Fail- Ing to prove him Insane his wile se cured a divorce After that the boys spent part of their time with the father on the farm and the remainder with their mother In Seymour The boys wereFrank John Slm Clint and Dm Clint were considered honest Frank andobn wcr known to be safe blowers and Shnand Dill were looked upon with suspiCion In the uewspapea accounts of the transactions of the Reno gang printed back In the sixties the Reno boys are dis- cribed as being active and courageous bearing the appearance of the better class kind and generous They did not hesitate to cut the jugular of any one who would stand between them and their prey The first robbery of note laid to the Reno gong was the blowing of a safe at Azalia Ind by which they got IOOOO When a cousin turned States evidence Frank Reno left the country and went to Canada Numer ous robberies were committed in and near Seymour In 586465 in which the Renos bore a conspicuous part No arrests were made People were afraid of destruction of their property Grant Wilson the principal witness against John Reno who had been indicted for robbing the postoflice at Jonesboro three years before had been assassinated his door Iu October i866 an express car was robbed near Seymour and 45000 was stolen Thirty thousand dollars of this amount was afterwards recovered John Re no and Frank Sparks were arrested as the principals and Sim Reno as an accomplice They were released on ball and were never recaptured Six months later Prank and John Reno robbed a county treasurer In the nothern part of Indiana of 15000 They were arrested but were acquit ted although their lawyer afterwards declared that they were guilty In December z867 John Reno robbed a safe at GaUatln Mo For this he got twentyfive years in the Missouri penitentiary where he died GhASTLY SCENES Frank Reno and Charles Anderson were resldants of Canada when they were hanged In Mew Albany Their wives were living temporarily In New Albany Their sister MIss Laura Reno was attending a Catholic school In Louisville The day following the hanging she visited the New Albany jail and a dramatic scene followed The bodies of the four dead men were lying In a row In the corridor of the jail When she beheld the bodies cf her stain brohers she tas filled with indignation Throwing lmeruelf upon the lifeleaB body ul her younger brother WIIII1w Ren the young woman In s manner that was most dramatic called upon HIgh Heaven to witness her vow that she would be avenged Tho Best Rornc3dy for Croup now th Atchison Kan DatII This Is the season when GlobeIwho knows the best croup Is 10 demand jn every hood One of the most terrible things In the world Is to be awakened In the middle of the night by a whoop from one of the children The croup remedies are almost as sure to be lost in case of croup QS a revolvers sure to be lost lu case of burglars There used to be on old fashioned remedy for croup known as hive syrup and tolu but some modern mother say that Chnnlberlans Cough Remedy Is better and dots not cost so much causes the patient to throw up thet phlegm quicker and gives relief in a shorter time Gives this rewedy- as soon dS the croupy cough and U will prevent the appearsI never fails and a pleasant to take For sale by all druggists I SUIT FOR SEVEN MILLIONS Princess Radzlwlll Makes Heavy Demand In London London Nov 7A sensational outcome of the claim of Princess Rad zlwlll on the estate of the late Cecil Rhodes the Colossus of South Afrl Cat was the Issuing today of a writ In the name of the princess demand lug 7000000 from Lord Roseberry Earl Gray and Alfred Belt Dr Jame son L L Michell and D A Hawks icy trustees of the estate of the late Cecil Rhtde4 under an agreement al leged to have been made on or be tore Juno 2 3889 between ireaself and Mr Rhodes This Is a sque1 to the arrest andI imprisonttient III the plncess at Cape Town In 192 on the charge olforg- Ing Rhodes rignature to IIUlIt for seVtrlltholllland pounds The ease which wIll lotibtiess prove sensational in expected to lead to many exposures The flend of Princess Racziwill say she poosesses documents tf high political Importance which were suppressed during the trial at Cape Town andwhich will be produced In court dealing with South Ahlcan mutters particularly wIth the Jameson raid and the alleged complicity of former Colonial Secretary Chamberlain therein The Princess lawyers refuse to furnish particulars of claim but they as sert that the document on which they base the r claim is a regular con tract In writing Princess Raizlwell was sentenced to two years Imprisonment by the supreme court of Cape ColonyAprll 20 5902 for forgery In connection with notes l1Urporting to have been Indors ed by the late Cecil Rhodes She was liberated from prison August IS last The Rhodes estate amounts to over 500000003StartllngTost To save a lite Dr T G Merritt of No Mehoopany Pa made It starling test resulting In a wonderful cure He writes A patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages caused by ulceration of the stomach I had often found Electric BItters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed them The patient gained from the first and has not had An attack In 54 months Electric flitters are positively guaranteed for Dyspepsia ludigestlor Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them Only SIJC at Z Wayne Griffin Dros m Was Not Dead New York Nov 5 While a wake was In progress during the night In a West 55th street boarding house over the supposed remains of Jno Siebert who was believed to have been drown ed the mourners were thrown Into a panic by the sudden entrance of what th y took for the ghost of their friend Some of the women fainted and there was the wildest excitement until the supposed apparition convinced the mourners that he was Seibert In the fleshA call was then sent to the morgue for the removal of the body and the wake became a revel The corpse bore a striking resemblance to Siebert- u A Good Namo From personal experience I testify that DeWitts LitHe Early Risers are unequalled as a liver pill They are rightly named because they give strength aid energy and do their work with eoseW T Easton Doerne Tex Thousands of people are using these tiny little pills in preference of aU others because they are so pleasant and effectual cure biliousness torpid liverjauudice sick headache constipation etc They do not purge and weaken but cleanse and strengthen Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m The Chattanooga Advertising The Chattanooga Medicine Company with laboratories and general offices at Chattanooga Tennessee and branch houses atSt Louis Mo and San francisco Cal has become one of the largest proprietary medl clue concerns in the world In the growth of this great business two actors have been dominant Them rlt of Its pwductsWine and Cor dul and Thedfords DlackDraught has been widely recognized of the orlglonal advertising methods adopt ed have excited great comment The publicity for these medicines does not consist of the catch phrAse and extrM vagent statement too often entoloyed In advertising today but Instead the plain story of experience with the medicines given In the plain language of the people themselves The following letter Is a fair tample of the r Constipation And all symptoms and Results of Indigestion lbaluttr nmovsd t the u if- OR CARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Manly rIundd It you at not Ileaoo4 with rultt baa cured thouliad why cot you etbaototMortaneiiccnzupatioo adwz Llnr10dJIe Ita when ho beflo to I better II once TroubleJ lib pU Slack Ott wa surpjsed to Sod himsell cuped t 0th- mOotdruded ot bodily ailments is oow- a man dot not use II- a mlliid ti this mlnn IOWedldu It will coot you coil 5S CCitt aol ffJUIthe taWII II authodied to TUUtERICAN PARMACAL cO ere nW lad k husanlis of Wine ofCordu testimonial published during the past twenty years 3068 Eastern AvCnue- Cincinnatti Ohid Mayio J932 I consider WIne of Cordul R most excellent womons remedy It Is cer thinly a specfic ns a tonic and rejtuln tot For eight years I suffered with female trouble I halt Intense pain In the back and head sleavlng nie so weak that I was unable to stand at times Medlclnedld uot seem to help me but alter all remedies had tailed me Wine of Coronl proved my one great true friend What a relief ex- perlencedl It came a few days after I started taking it I used it faith fully for four months and gradually grew Stronger and better I am now regular to the day and for the past two years have enjoyed blessed good health I certainly wish every sick and suOerlng woman could know of your blessed medicine how much pain and suflering It would prevent and what R diflerence It would make In thousands of homes where there Is sickness and sorrow today If they had Wine and Cordui It would bring relief and joy Instead MARGARET GTElNStvER Stopped AgaInst a Hot Stove A chUd of Mrs Geo T Benson when getting his usual SaturdAY night bath stepped back against a hot stove which burned him sverely the chIld was iu great agony and his mother could not do nothing to pacify him Remembering that she had a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm In the house she thought she would try It In lens than half an hour after applying It the child was quiet and asleep and In less than two weeks was well Mrs Benson Is I well known resident of Kellar Va Pain Balm Is an antiseptic liniment and especially valued for burns cuts bruises and pains For salebyall druggists m CASTORIArot Infants and Children The Kind You Hays Always Bought Bears thodB1gnAturoof Many a heart has been saddened by defeat many an ambition unsatisfied and manyn hope blasted by Tuesdays election but there Is one man In Ken tucky who was probably caused more heartache than any other Caleb Powers Deprived of his liberty fox three years tried Iq partisan courtsI and convicted by packed life was made an Issue in the cam palgn In which his friends who hop ed to secure for him a fair trlel were defeated He may be branded as conspirator denounced as an assassin and spurned as a man yet fair minded men all over the State realize that he has been bounded and perse cuted denied the right of a citizen and finally left powerless In the grasp of his enemies lIe Is the only man In Kentucky whose life was staked on the result of Kentuckys election It remains to be seen what they will do with hlmPaducab Sun For a Bad Cold II you have a bad cold you need a good reliable medicine like Chamber lains Cough Remedy to loose and re lieve it ana to allay the Irritation and inflaniation of the throat and lungs The aoothing and healing properties of this remedy and the quick cures which It effects makes Ita favorite everywhere For sale by all drug gists m- CJ EJ 15nzABern the The Kind Viii lISTS Alasys Bovg- btSlgutm Yd ot All who use Atomizers In treating nasal catarrh will get the best result trom Elys Cream Balm Price In eluding spraying tube 75 cts Sold by all druggists or mailed by Ely BrOs 56 Warren St N Y New Orleans Sept z 5900 Messrs Ely Bros I sold two bottles of your Liquid Cream Balm to a customer Wm Lamberton 1415 Del aehise St New Orleans he has used two bottles giving him wonderful and most satisfactory results Geo W McCuff Pharmacist SlightlY Different HthdHe promised to give me every dollar he earns PapaDetter make him promise to give you every dollar he gets He has a political job you know A Suro Thing It Is said that nothing Is sure except death and taxes hut that Is not altogether true Dr Kings New Dls covery for Consumption Is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testily to that Mrs C B VanMeter of Sbepberdtown- W Va saysI had a severe case of Bronchitis and for n year tried every thing I heard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New DIs- covery then cured use absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Con lIumptinn Try It Its guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros Druggists Trinlbottle free Reg size 5IC r o- ppa Cupid Is always looking for a chance to swap R peck of trouble for a pint of happiness A Dangorous Month This is the month of coughs colds and acute catarrh Do you catch colds easll Find yourself hoarse with a tickling ln your throat and au annoying cough at night Then should always have bandy a bottle of Dallards Horehound Syrup 1 A Anderson JS4 West 5th St Salt Like City writes We use Ballards Hrehuund Syrup for coughs and colds It gives Immediate relief We know Its the bet retniedy for these troubles I write this to In duce other people to try thlll plta ant efIient remedy 2SC se and I ootjiI WhlliuDS drtggIsts I I I THE fORESTS Of HAWAII Peculiar ConditIons With Which the Forestry Will Have to Deal Destruction of hawaiian Forest a Menace to the Sugar Industry The Territorial Government of the HawaIIan Islands will appoint as SU- perlntendent of forestry this winter R man furnished It by the Bureau of Forrestry who will take charge of important projects for the betterment of the 1s1auds forests The man ap pointed will have the responsibilities first ofdeteruulnirtg the location and boundaries of a system of forest re serves and later of superintending a great deal of forest planting both on public and private lands The forest conditions ortbe Islands are unlike any that prevail In this country Mr William L hall of the Bureau ot Forestry who has just returned fronl a two months examination of the Islands reports peculiAr and Interesting problems which for estry must solve there The Islands contain scarcely any forests capable of yielding timber of value lot lumber Nearly all the lumber used for building purposes comes from the Pacific coast But there are several hun Mea thousand acres of forest land of the greatest value for protective pur poses Indeed so great Is the Impor tance of these forests that ou their preservation depends the existence of the sugar industry and that Is qulv alent to saying therontlnuel1 prosper- Ity of the Islands The sugar export oj the last fifcal year Amounted to 25000000 And sugar is practically the only export The raising of su gar requires art enurinxott amount of water nearly nIl of which must be supplied by Irrigation the water be lug carried In flumes and ditches frmz the wet mountainous parts of the Is lands to the dry plains on which tbc sugar cane Is grown The ralnlaIt o the Islands Is nearly all confined tc the northeast and east mountalt slopes where It is tremendousl heavy some years mote than aoc Inches On the other side of the dl vide and In the plains beyondwhen the sugar cane grow there may 114 no more than i5 Inches of rain a yen The forests are largely confined te- the raIny side of the mountains auc are necessary as a protective corner to keep the grounds from washin1 from the slopes and the rain frost rushing back too rapidly Into the sea The presence of the forest cove slncl It makes the stream IIxw regular preventing both flods and periods o low stream flew Is indispensable te the success of Irrigating projects The value of this lorest strangely enough consists not so much in thc trees It containsfor they are fr- Equently low crooked and sparsle scttleudas in the Impentrable mast of undergrowth beneath them Thin undergo th composed of vines fens and mosses Is of so dense a character that It shades the ground absolutely and holds water like n sponge It Is however exceedingly dellgate and easily destroyed Let cattle Into such a forest and they will speedily eat or trample down the undergrowth till the bareground Is ex posed The soil then rapidly dries out and becomes hard and the trees soon die Grasses insects and wind usually hasten the Idlstrnctlon Cat tie and goats have ravaged the Haw allan forest without hindrance lot many years and have worked furthel each year Into the heart of the densc tropical growth The HawaIIan public land consist of 5772 94l acres All of these landl which are In forest and many foresl acres privately owned which the Gov ernment can gain poasesion of by ex change will be put Into forellt rtservl cleared of cattte and goats fenced and preserved Some compensatlor must also be martefor thegreot areat- of forest already distroyed It will bl put of the work of the forester te plant to vAluable trees large ereas o the denuded land upon which fotesi are uf most vital impustunce to thc agricultural interests Mr Hall whe carefully examined the climatic conditions believes that ipecies of tlu- Pacltiro Coast IIlIchliS redwoodnud red fir will do well in must ilreaat thc higher Ievatlms ou the blinds At example nf how a foegn ptcins IDA succeed in IIawnliI Is lurshfl by thc tnenqnite iftiur on toitiliwst whict- WT8 introduced tutu the iulndn soml 5 ears go anti now covers iLou- toonoocies furnihini qIRnlitle of valuable fuel lr ie lint nlled meso quite In HawaII liieer but goes by the ri n ur algnroba What to do Uutlltho Doctor Arlvos One of my children was taken with cramp culc and uflered says S B Rzee of Munett Mu I tele phoned for a doctor then gave a dose of ChnmberlalnsColle Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and a few minutes later a second dose Before the doc tots came the child was relieved For sale by all druggbto us TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY rake TnxatIv IIrohlo ttulnloo Tutilet All oJrulIlt rerl1IIIIlIIonpy it It falll to cure E- W tJrOyehlbalar Iij tins each box 2e CAB1OnzABeall the ilie KIrd You Hati Atsajs Bought Slgllatllre 1IJof Vll 1 I II 10 The Kinti You have Always Bought anti which has Incest in use for over 30 years Juts bomb tito slmtnro or has beets sisado tinder hIs per- sonalMra- wl supervisIon slnco Its Inrnncy U Allowuo ono to deceIve you In this An Counterfeits Imitations anti Justusgoml are hut ExtuJrbucnt8 thnt trifle with nml clttlutlger the hscnltla 01- Iu1imls nuel ClalldrduEcpcrictICO against Experiment What is CASTORIA Ollstorln 1t4 1 harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pnro gone Iroln4 timid Suothltl Syrulls It Is Pleasant It outnlmt mtitlacr 011 hun 1lorlhlno nor other Narcotlon- ottbstitteco Its ngo lit Its guumntco It destroys Vormtin- IIILII nllIY oerlslmess It cures Dlurrhum fliRt Vlr1l1 Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nuI Flntulcnc It assimilates tho rood rcgulntc tIm Stonmacla nllll Bowels giving healthy amid natural ttlecp Tim ChIldrcns 1atinccaTiao Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signnturo of cGITZThe Kind Yon Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years wc CtNtuA cOu n NUV nen tW YO om- I r pcpppppppppppppti 5 VOWENSBORO KY 3 I lIWo arc agents for the C1LANDLERlAYLOR 1 COSselfcontained and Automatic Engines and J IBoi1or Also the Brown Fourvalvo Engines 1 headquarters for all kinds of mill supplies Wu 4- P make n specialLy of HAMMERING SAWS We carry in stock Bolting IIosotPacking of all kinds Shafting Hangers and Pulloys Pipes and Fittings of aU kinds Valves of all kinds I We can supply your wants on short notice a Write us for prices or inquire from Mattingly lweddell at Hartford Rospy = Lees Machine Works IieOWENSBOROKY I aillcilCciCiCc RHEUMATISMand cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its oflbct is marvelous rolioving almost instantly fry it and it you arc not satisfied your money will bo cheer fully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL CO 3 130 West Main St Louisville Ky 20U 14 5R- ASONS WHY You should take a- Courae at the Jl I Massey Business College LOUISVILLE KY I ilia the Ieaing Commercial School In Kentucky systematicI rooooo ii glnD to place our graduates In positions paying not leis than 4S00 pert month Immediately upon graduation I 4 We pay students railroad fare to Loulsvllle 5 We refund upon graduation every cent of tuition paid to usU the pupil is not thoroughly satisfied I D Wrlto or Elegant Catalolue ansi Special Dlacounta Jl +++++++ 1 ++ + 1 CREAMVORMSj For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies P 1xl soxc aT AZXa CGVGGXDS1re- pared bJ JAMES F BALLARD St Louis For Sale byJ H WlllliamsJ Hartford it17 I Take Laxative Quinine Tablets I t 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