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LI h Tiu lAETEOBDJ REPUBLICAN r Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL OBGAH OF THE pun IN THE FOOS1B COHBSESSIOHAWISIEICI AN IFroLivi0 HABTPOUD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20 1903 II Musi come Aa tlaN the changing KMOI of to1ftIor otber MUOII It II wfee to 1Up11t thare ot MUOU and Pfto dIcomfarteiD4the ptrtodof ciutntrc can bt avddeU or iwvutua amedkinep1tod entirely thIoftand4prcsskocTftICaI peza4 It tranquillzct the nuneneotira6 t ppctte and Induct re freaking atotp c 5 1JWft COT M CURBD lJofhqll as 110 other rawedy for tbf dlaeusea vtretiio5Y0t1t4 PrucitpUoa now eel Iully wrlanua f In legal money ofJU UnTudStatefor any CMC Vernal WeakntM ProUn CJIaoabs trUlW Ihab 1IWan of cure J 8 CailNa of Mlndwtl Coft- MlLT wrt lbntiagyuurm ycirftile n rt ta 11M nnIA if ttE l1 iarenIettor K I h r Cii RIM UbC- Id taA4iJsWot not I 14ar io1011 110 be9D OQ t refund t IIIYOriICr1Hedlca1A4ri5crnnt tUaira for UM Mpcr covered book or I 1azN f the coth bound MeuLThrtIuffioKY 0 W ak- IHeartsAre due to Indigestion Nlnetynlna of evei one hundred who have heart trouble IndJgCSolion onlrtrcublologeitlon All food taken Into the stomach rhlth falls pf perfect digestion ferments and rsrells tiesornach pulling It up against the heart ThU Interferes with the action of the heart and In the course of time that delicate bu vital organ becomes diseased Ihs4stmihbu1ttb It I lode KoJol D7IKpss Cur for tbcut cur bOcIu 1114 larj me KodolWgem What You Eat and relieves the stomach of aU nervoui train apd the heart of all pressure Pottki ODlr 3100 Site hoUint 3K Umu ha trlil tziwhkhsdsfor5Oc- Praparid br C 0 OWITT A 00 OMIOAOa Cumberland TELEPHONE AN- DTolograh Co I Incorporated ThceB nothing the mntter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone in ray rebldfnce and pi business My buslnesa hn- idcteised and my wifes voice is nev er heiytjl to jrrnrablc nbout the Tele phon Yours fur rood Potvlce and gentlemanly competition G P KOWLIN Manr ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE w COMPANY UCOllOIUTtl Talk being nhtap and necessary you should patronise home folks where you can buy your own phone and build your own tinea and be Ir talklngilUtance with the whole count and business points generally by onljvpnylng a reasonable relIt to tbt RoUKpKiver Telephone Cow panTor theyiwlll be nt the whole expense H ao We connect with all In depelidcnt Companies For parHcu lats cill on S T Stevens Maingcr Hartfor1Ky LIVER TROUBLES b SIflndTti 111cttnght r Jar H f djuciuK U Sf1 OU after to rcowtthdoctorI isto I AIWLINB fIN Parkorbultr W Va V 4 Myour liver tInes not act vty So to your di secure a of TbecUOld- Dlnck DrWlht and take n dose tonight This great family Iriiedlclno free 1OO tho liver cretlonlcbiloJITbedfords Block i will cleanse the bowels of im urltlet and strengthen the kid- lICyIA torpid Invitee colds chills and ffevcr and all manner tf sick tne s and contagion ycakkld n89 which claims R8 many victims M consumption A 26ccnt 3 package of Block should always be kept 1in the Louse 1 used ThedfonTs Black r Draught tot liver and kidney corn nd onnd to eiMi w LLIAM COFFMAN Mar L blebead DFORDS BlACK DRAUGtII r 1 lAND SALE fOR MS By virtue of taxes due me aa Sherlfl ofOblo county Ky I will on the 7th day of December 1903 expose to public sale at the Court House floor In Hartlord Ky the following land vizfvr KAST UAUTlORD PRECINCT NO I Acres Tax Austin Mrs Mallnda so f 3 06- Barnard Thad 951 Same 35 J 15 70- Baltzell Mrs Cynthia 126 4 12 Brown G W 25 3 70 Coghill W II 90 6 90 Coghill W II agent for A R Shacklett 80 5 21 Chlnn T II 65 1040 Davis W N 70 6 2 Davis Albert 20 5 2U Daniel KM 130 8 05 Griffin W T 75 5 7 Glllrsple R II I town lot 3 35 Gray J Z 50 5 70 Hurt Mrs M J 6o1 II II 5oJ 3 45 Hoover S E 55 5 20 Morris JT 75 7 30- Msple14M bo 4 70 Reddish Mrs Polly 60 3 06 Richardson J II 74 5 75 Snllenger Frank B 162 9 85 Sibert S II I lot 625 Shaver CB 52 900 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 Bud 30 4 65 Tracy Dan P 1110t 14 75 WEST HARTFORD PRECINCT NO2 Brown R H 136 13 65 Chapman Clint 8ib95 Casebler E P 30 1 Same i lot J 17 85 Carpenter Mrs Maggie I lot 4 12 Carpenter Cllnt I lot 4 65 DukeS E jIJot 7 30 Davis tB 145 1640 Martin Wm II I lot 4 45 Nail Miss Margaret I lot 6 80 Render Lonnle 114 21 io Thomas J II 35 70i 0 i Ward tulle M 80 1241 Wedding R R i lot 317- YcUer Mrs V 217 16 85 McKernan Mrs Sallie 38 4 45 Miller EM 6 8 36 Glllesple W G I lot 5 20 Ohio County Fair Co 30 17 90 UKDA OH 3 Bennett Lorenzo I 96 9 65 Beard CT 58 1048- Beheler J W 20 4 38 Bennett Mrs Sarah 160 Io 60 Carson Mrs Jennie 89M 9 42 Hoover Mrs Susan E 23 C 40 Hoover Louis 22 4 65 Hoover L C 313 1894 Hatcher J W 90 6 24 Hoover Jacob 150 465 Johnson Mrs Annie 86 7 30 Kerns Mis Ann 50 360 Maples Tbos H 40 5 18 Miller A Gt 49 587 McCormick Ddl F 196 13 78 Mills Warren 18 4 22 Newcomb C iM 86 3 45 Patton Jno T 53 571 Ralph ell 18 3 65 Shown Mrs Sallie 76 6 77 Stewart R A 120 1081 Strlgler Mrs Emily 2 412 Smith Sidney S so 4 40 Sauderfur Jasper N 75 9 45 Smith Horace 20 440 Smith Luther 20 j 40 Travis Prank v IS 4 12 Whlttader Jasie 78 658 Ward EM 201 3518 WardrE ward D 84 11 40 Warlj Emanuef 84 II 40 Wjestcrfieid DA 124 9 95 Wlllams Larkin 137 14 30 4 SULTHDR SPRINGS NO 4 I Bower Ed 18 4 39 Bnnger LT IP4X 1631 Bozarth Ira So 8 36 Baxly C E 196 13 88 Coots Pal 38M 7 83 Coots W P 20 4 65 Coots 0 F 20 7 57 DukeW II agt Elmore bra 8 1 8 30 Dodson J II 129 974 Eskrldge V C 36 4 65 Feemster D P 45 6 35 Pltzhugh Jas 200 13 66 Hufl Oscar 43 5 50 Hurt Lafayette 15 322 Hlne Mrs Sarah 10 7 30 Lee Sarah T 9 4 12 Lynch Jno W 25 3 85 Miller Mrs PE 65 788 Martin Wm J 33M 4 34 Miller J L 44 7 78 Neighbor Geo zoo 8 52 Peach AJ 7 3 50 Peach GW 45 4 12 Russel Geo W 115 7 52 Smlih At 25 624 Stevens I C 53 5 it Toms A T 4i M 6 ii Toms Verble 65 7 30 Wilson A E 102 7 30 Wright Win T 75 5 18 Wedding W L 100 7 30 I WllllsOP 2 874 Young Wm T 7 3 38 840ilAGAN PRECINCT NO 5 Allen E J 60 II o Babbitt Mrs Harriet 75 7i I Baughn C B 20 4 15 Baughn J P 75 5 20 Cappage Uriah 70 520 Cambr njp 90 7 IS Coleman1CBo 58 520 Erniplger MG i 20 360 Farmer W A 16 3 6o iHendrlxJ Bs Vi 80 625 Hull J B i town lot 3 20 Hamilton Mrs Luclnda 25 4 6b- Mldklfl Mrs Lucretla 181 1085 Mnffitt B D iy 1065- MIdklff F Fu 12 3 70 MldklO H C 7 97 7 55 Neighbors Benjamin 60 4 15 Pool Mrs Eliza 35 3 30 ROach J L r 85 6 80 Spencer Jno W 49 6s- ShaTpLouis A 12 4 65 Taylor J T stf 625 Wedding R A 75 625 Whittaker D 11 75 4 50 Wfnmatt J A 137 8 40 Westerfield C D 46M 4 65 WeaterfieldIC 48 4 15 Cecil Fr nk 100 6 s5 Clark JnoR 20 4 15 CttOMWELUFBKCINCT No6 Austin Sallie II 80 6 25 Baize 8 P 90 6 8- Brackenj J 140 1490 Brown JU 6 415 Cox f W 75 1 ijt I town lot 5 1400 CueIerWA 95 liSo- Ioi1giau r Mary C 114 4 65 Douglass R D i town lot 4 15 Draki V 50 4 15 Drake J A 5 S 20 Embry J T f town lbtv 114 60 Fulton J W 40 5 20 FogleJP 50 880 Ferguson Nancy 1 123 If 7 30 Gllstrap PN 85 780- Gllstrap Hattie i towa lot 3 06 lame EH 50 6 30 Klncad1ei 5M 4 40 K1123CY C Va 8S 84- 0Iae4GWo 90 840 112 635 McCoyjJkV 25 440- MaUDJW 40 555 OgbyR J 41 925- L1uziuerSB 174 2 town lots I 27 20 Pot r Eip 100 730 50RoacbShtiflJP 2 510 Shields jPf 90 H55 Shields W H 91 830 Stratton J P 75 4 15- Snlser J M 50 5 20 Taylor C 8 140 740 Wilson Mrs Jane 4 440 Wilson J W 85 8 90 Herald M A I town lot 3 06 Davis Mrs J A in 3 35 Gllstrap pW I town lot 3 60 Hodge Mrs Donla ito 7 30 Jarqagln W 8 b48 4 60 Sandernr jPagt for t D 1 I Tayior TOO 4 60 Tayjor Jno H 120 615 COroRKD LIST Boopelr Wood I 375 Moore Henry 2 3 90 Tlchenor Henry 67 5 20 Borah Jett I town lot 415 COOt SP8IMOS PRECINCT NO7 Adklns Naacywiu7 4I5 Brown JasM iiwvl 95 AP85 Stvlx JeweJ 50 465 EUlotte Kitchens o 120 7 30 Elliot ititheriiV e j 200 1600 Jts t m WI 144 13 8S 1 0 IftHoops Tho4 55 4 6S Hndnall Ixander Jr 120 9 44- HtlJHadE 127 88o- KitcheBroe 146 13 95 Ken7Majrtha B 75 6 25 daddox1 Jai Tnoa 156M 735 PaytonTobV 2io dso Sjll4rl Lcei f 6- wfluLsi 5 9 WuJ a ioo 625 MOUTH BOCKPOOT PRECINCT KO 8 AaIITRO 1 lot 785 BrownMnEA t 160- gUyfoi 945 Mr Vary 1 lot 8 60 85iWpBrown Wm P 17 4 40 Brown 81t1J7 4 15 Baker Rtchardf3140 680 Campfiold E D 1 lot 529 Cargal JOIH2S-mo J1 lot 780 Gravesi Wm P I 1 lot 625 HarrelAM1 lot 730 Heck Mn Nannie Pllot 675 HaakinsfMrsSE48 4 65I Heck J N agt for Mrs Do- raMcGhoollot 306 Robertson SmlJ32 950 Pxbertsub Clarence DI lot 5 76- Southard Mal Amelia A6 3 06- Tioaley M IeonolotVil- lIam 6 25 H Oona lot 465 Wilion SVonolot 655- WUlluDBJuAonolot 6 25 Williams Jpo Gone lot 7 8fI lJ OOIX3BED LIST j RedorElUahonolot 3 60 Tuoiel Nathan opeIot 440 SOUTh POCKPORT VKECINOT No9- rBro wo Luther 100 12 60 Benton MraAHcoonelot 5 20 Brown Joe EV 20 5 8- BroIL140 6 25 CampfiTJfGeoW agt for Cyn this A ampfield 1 lot 3- 01DunnGeo5 6 25 EDgier lisn 8tH7pl000 FuikeraoaLD60 52 5j Fulkffson Vm Berry60 52Q rh 1 I Hiinf AtraMarlha J one lot 5 20 Hendrio Jno Lone10t 625 Jackson Mra Bally B 120 1525 Jackson H Dls 575 Jackeon Mrs Elizabeth sO 32 00 Jackson JnoTonelot 6 10 70jrrLltley LandturnJno7o 72s- McUonnell Joe B13 4 65 MarHpRobt Bs7 465 Rob tsoD Sylvester W 9s 8 40 Storbj H A gdn for Henry tom28S 3235 SlornHA120 1690 SLow art Virgil A 3 6- 2Taj1drCG126 12 sO Jno 3 S 20 Wilcix Mrs Emily D 133 12 69j- k jCOLOUED LIST Bennett Theodore ooe lot 5 20 Madln Mrs Amanda 79 5 70 j SBLBCT PRECINCT MO IO 25iiutierButler J T 26 4 15 Dockcry V B 25 3 60 DaBrfherty TJ io 455 Embrjr EA 50 4 1- 5EmbryNil 72 730- iiaqijnFM 58 4 3s F 100 8 40 Morris R P 40 3 90 Ml1lr C 120OILv- fr Mary E 31 3 6- o5nstCbas 205 6 25 Taylpr Gnvley 125 730 WU 70 4 25- 4B3EDRA2W11RECfltCT MO IL Arnold David A 200 11 So Arpold Mrs Vltula i4o 345 Arnold Mrs Martha 39 3 75 Aien Franklin 14 4 oo Atford Aadrew W 120 I itoWnlot1 S f v J 700 btysJno R 100 6 25 A 14 3 15 Batcher Boos 200 16 1- 5BeasleyCalvin P 60 4 65- Coy1 James e 200 1155- Ibyl Elizabeth A 140 7 40 Em17WmP 50 4 65 FpidWm G 12 4 15- Ferduson Samuel zoo 6 25 Ferguson WmR 6 5 80 Per uaofl Tolbert 75 5 20 iKeijh Marlin 124 5 75 Sam H Jr 90 5 oo- LaneHardln F 50 5 20 Morris Almorson 20 3 60 RajmenChtistopherC 180 io 20- Reqfrow W T 100 5 20- Bortell Edward 50 4 IS- Strngfield Wash J 20 3 30 Swift Sid C 20 415 atewart Jim H 40 5 00 65XiThpmas Geo J i town lot 8 75 Va dtverWm 120 480 Vljson Jesse P 66 6 So ROSINS PRECINCT NO 1I Awtry Man ford 35 385 Austin R H I lot 4 15 Austin W B 35 415 Ashford Jas M 81 7 05 Allen Jno H i lot 3 60 Austin C T 105 6 25 try Mrs Elizabeth 100 3 7- 0AsiteySE 20 380 Ashleyi1M 32 5 So bftraTJ1qOI 415 AnitinI3lJ7 117 gbo 35LiB ildawell B L 100 6 25 Beck1 i 125 Sametw I lot 860 2fow ierIP v i lot 5 20 Javls Ben M 166 7 30- Dibney J W 77 5 70 Duke RT 40 3 70 Duke 0 T 160 1060- Faught T L 47 4 65 Gray R F 72 4 15 Soodwln JnoB 100 6 55 Han Jas C I lot 3 60 40derZTJ rnaglo Jno M 75 5 20 Jones Mrs M B 100 3 60 Knykendall Mrs Martha z 3 06 Leach II C zoo 6 25 Leacbr L C 65 9 35 Lewis Mrs J W riot 4 15 Likens R P 76 8 is Minton M J 60 4 35 Myers J D 97 i 30 Miller L J 66 540 65iOtto Mrs Sarah 8 4 65 Peach W B I town lot 3 35 Park LT r 58 4 90 Romans Mrs A B 100 7 io- Raymert E W 65 3 75 Stewart W J Zoo 5 70 Shroeder Frederick 60 4 35 Shroeder Mrs Rosa 50 6 25 Shroeder Isaac 8 3 35 Shroader Noah 50 6 25 Stewart Mrs Mary A 114 5 65 Taylor Mrs Susan L 240 12 6o Wright Thoa 50 5 8a Wright R M 100 5 20 Wright LT 70 8 51 Westerfield Jacob 97 5 30 Wilson J W 2 town lots 5 70 Wilson NO 35 4 45 Wilson Clarence 30 6 oo Zlgler B F 50 6 25 Liles Robert 50 5 70 MCOENRV PUECINCTMO 15 Brown Kubt L 74 910 ChiBnf Geo 1 town lot 5 2o r Den Wm Nl town lot 41- 5Pie1dJW1 town lot 415 FuliccrsonJas Al town lot 570 Fulkersozi8ep P100 570 GrowbargerWm 1 town lot 380- Gr9w Wm J101 735 daliherMrs Elizabeth 1 lot 3 60 Hause nrletlal town lot 360 Hazeli3tove1 545 VmG1 680 MraMargatet76 440 Lewis Wm E3 360 Maddox VraA 295 2120 Maddox agt for Jno W- Hunter1 town lot 32- 5PorLtrJO1townlot 840 Parks Finley 49 570 Reed Frcdono town lot 570 Selser Mrs Sara agt for Wilson Maddox ono lot 4 J6 Bhull Mra Uynthiana one lot 360 Sharp Allen agt for W N O Sharp one town lot 465- i COLORED LIST Jackson Nelson admr of Mariah Jackson one lot 3 GO Walker Jno Donolot 465 cfetrrEieTovii PRECINCT MO 1- 6AsbbyML1O0 c 1055 111 E 26i 570 Bennett Mrs Nellio 7 230 10 50 Barrett JL 40 52- 0BiabcJiD91 836 Bfslj O pE TA 90 9A2- Bishop Brothers ono lot 6 6- 0BrovCL one Jot 625- CarfrrifrsAJ 170 1472 Carter J M pne lot 570 Curtw JAii one lot 1420 Csrajn G Kiono lot 855 Calert M138 10- 00EVerlFE60 82- 0JoneaMrsSE80 875 Wckernori Mrs Oma 58 570 Phi jps Mrs Eliza ono lot It 85 Rot f AW 58 ii55- CIhCtOSOflO lot 11 0- 5RoreJasM38 620 Rope A L ono lot 925 mleJJ iO 465- sh4podMraThmcy52 625 Bto fnfa Herman P 50 680- To4ley Mrs Susan 50 465 Wi Hams A1sO 675 Wlra Alfce A I 37J 4 i2 Waiiami AJ 565 730 Warden JB ono lot 465- y I I r EClIICT 110 17 A4JI Ju14JM88 770- Brqwn E Wor hll1 400 DD1UW22 SIO- Brc wn Qttaia IO 435 D 1IJ UI 611 730 Urownilerbrt 69 740 DreiDl1 WArieIlM U 6 U- Calioway Mrs Iachei1 town lot Iii Erlns heIr by Ed E Clem11 C 2- CPnjkfcnon Wm C60 7 S- tJaetoori 1Ac tr 118 7 K- Btonraari WmULO 5- 20TIcnrMrsMarp100 7 K Wluiroi1ao Td83 770 EAOT FOHDBVILLE PKEOINOT NO 1- 8A4kngWO22 465 AidersonGN 961 625 Biiharn Ert159 98- 5BattyJ ot50 595 CaraetijfncTS 1 35C Clark JnoA65 62E- Casteel Wm70 94- 5CbeckJW109 69S Cooper 0V85 570 PanieiEolly 69 62E EgaD Oeoe1 570 Foni fw 146 35 45 Guess MrsOergia1 250 HhlTiMrsA D135 12- 60Headflobt99 9 1C Redder Elaur Br250 10 CK 1nrno L55 730 ciRE1 LIST I I HeaEwIpg 22 6 25 WEST FORDSVirJLEPBEpraCT KO 19 B NeJt9DR14 435 Crpjrfl Henry 9 80 62- 5CowpMfsaMaude1j 3 Eekridge JuUul80 920 Gm pie Mary E 110 7 30 Harttyrd EC 61 680 j PSOD 0 w 40 620- J nson fm1f2 00- 039hponKato28 4 15 KircWGk 265 15 GO Kelloyj Goo P 45 905- Ixjyd OR 97 965 Lee Jno W 130 1270 Magan Joaio 28 3 06 HidkilT JV 50 57- 0NowtonWm19 520 Harder J I Hot 3d0 Had Henry Af63 510 JoneS WmK 5J 730 J DoI Arch 320 39 30 Kelloy Albnro 8V 90 7 85 Loydj T H 8r Mtown lot 1 Q 30- lLampton Mbnterville If 4 15 Marlow Wilber 10 4 65 Miici JnoO 3 88- 8MatthowsEW42 540 a t 0 60 McClarj Ilobt i 4 15 MidkiflFred 35 f I 780v OhetAwnlot Marlow Atvin50 8 40 fia HowvETV = i t6Vn lot 7 80 101 945 OlleVrXlrxiatOwnJdi 780 Hoole wA 45 19 i Petty Hebr Cf o Hi4 40 Rusher SberBau 2 35- aprangiei P1t Jan6 39 80- BollieI CarlB 75 625 fimithV Martha AiV 22 8 60 T12ThTi7717t J3 00 Truman LAV 76 570 Thurman Wm D 60 625 Wri bl Reuben Gdn for- Pliillip Brooks bra 1 lot 3 fin 18501Whhler Pool Loyd17 41- 5SpeucerGeoM60 4 75 SmitbNB 100 840 4051WhilteuJohnosn Walker lint 4 C51 Murphy Jas F 30 385 Sapp Henry C40 7551 Spencer Vnt25 fi 20 JUNAVILLE FHECINCT NO 20 I Alvey Jno 05 45 41- 5BickettSM100 7301 12101Bnetow Bickott WT1 town lot 5 701 6251EeVelseEvans J II 82J 520fl Hamilton ML 120 10 70- Hobbs I J V33 4 40 Of Hurl R A 100 6251 5201HaIloobsBO48 49- 0HaidinTJ330 1920- Payno1H L30 405 on Phillips Sot i 415- PryorLouie 50 360 BFrank 18 365 cuTaylorAP53 TeelAG1 3 35- Vogel Henry 1 town lot 4 65 SIIEBVB PRFCINCT NO 21 BashamRH a toBahaniSLCrrdenJPI 4 45Crawford W F 21 4 5 CafdenJas 54 5 8 but reCobbDowel RUfiii 131 7 8 DeBonler C W 70 4 54 Gmnt JE 27 4 05 Hufl U F too 720- Midkifl1tit m io 370 Mason C L 60 840 ing Miles T H thRblnsonWRobinson Joe 35 3 go Stone J M5t 5 20 Whlttlnghlll G M 30 4 15 T Matthews E A 28 4 65 T OWTON PRECINCT NO 22 Blacklock Jas x 3 5 Barrett D I 42 520C Daniel H G 90 9 20D DHuttLoydJP 12 355 Miller Joe M 130 900WRoss Robt W 75 StClair Jas D 160 biStearinanThosStCUir A W 8j 17 30 Co Wilson Geo W 41 4 75 Wilkins Will 30 3 85 White C C 75 6 75 Wilson Geo W 75 6 80 Efddon Henry 75 840 BUFORD PRRCINCT NO 23 Allen Wesley Lou 43 7 25 Bell Thoa M 196 24 26 Chapman Palestine 49 5 18 Hinton Wm E 96 6 56 Hoover Jonathan H i lot 5 7 C Hinton Jas M 25 4 g5 Smith Chas 8 3 38 Smith Wm i lot 4 92 Smith Wm P 55 7 30 Taylor Henry G I lot 3 7o Taylor Vra V 75 8 So- PWilliams Dudley 87 847 Hoover W F ioov rdHoover Jno M o 41 8 25 UXRTiETTS FttHCINCT NO 24 JChapmanChapman Wilson 100741 Ford Sallie T 160 g 21 Pord Jas H 80 7 30 Greer Coleman D 100 624 Greer Coleman 40 3 60 Gaves T J gdn for Parthen la Gaves heirs 75 3 33I Hoover Mrs Emma 130 3 gs Hobelmer Mrs Mary 61 6 24 Kirk Geo N 1415 II King Dudley P 34J 5 18 Pate Jesse R 100 634 Slmruonp Wm II 70 4 65 Westerfield Jno 11 57 49 Yates Temple E a So 5 50 Hawkins Jno H 63 6 40 Hicks WmT 75526K- irk Annie 75 3 50 unrrjN PRECINCT NO 25 BennettReuben A 50 8 36 Higgs Wm A 60 8 74 HIpsley Ared 175 7 30 Jones Chaa L 60 7 41 May Nelson T 50 4 12 Price Surrono 112 20 42 Rowan Andy A 4M 3 49 Sanderfur Wm V 40 53 Simmons Henry C 118 96 Thomasson Joe 73 7 30 STATES UNITED SENATOR 11re The BrllMiTt Statesman from Ni Makes an Important iublic Utter i TExBonatorout and Influential jnen In tfio ooohtrY HojatAo the ipoecSi nombi ttng laldent MoKlnloy at the BLoula xmrentloo aid was DAdo permanent ClialrLI this convention lIe WM also Dado Chairman of tho convention that no- DatM tho late ProdeDt McKinley fttPhllodoVphla Hevras appointed by Fre Ident to bo Chairman of ho SfLouis Exposition Commission IhiaprominontedhUiJminiricVndyiWoto ho following bOth to The Peru ModlclnoCoof Coltthibiabhrdl 1W 4 ir11 J Washington D C April 6 190Li 4 1 have us tf Pcruna at various tithes during the past year or m with most satisfactory results m S It entirely me an Irrltatloff UZlJtbfi retain lrclvilJ nri 1 hn nreMnl1 111nlln anf I II J never la Its efficacy torany such in Catarrh ha already bocomo s national I rso Its ravages extend from ocoan jOan aIGa1r Le iortona matter that tt hail iforicd tho X boundaries of the medical profession c and bocomo a national question Bonn c ra are talking about Ua Congressmen r O discussing It They aro not only considering thoox tent and chronlo natureof the disease c the possibility of flndihg It national s calamityTho 01UonDr nartman Prosidant of Tho Har2 Ith- an Sanitarium devlswl the rembffyr Poruna over forty years ago aid the a romody as a catarrh cure has been grop in favor steadily all theso i 1 n ItBtandatodaybeforolhonaMna a c lOugb11 Wlto iMcuratelxscfenhfio i Ask Your Druggist fora froo1 t j anner Thos T 1038 1 LylerCERALVO PilHClNOr NO 26 Allen ET 56 5 20 urtiVB 69 9i6 aviaEdirlo 360- eckerAmoa 2s 33S- alkerson 1 Mrs Susan 40 6 3s Williams P A one lot 5 20 illiarna Tonelot xO 50 rain FLIUAXT PBECI1CT HO 27 shop Thoa JMes 10 CO x JnO 1t11 4- 63flmnnJD100 6 IS Curry D Dn N M- IIOEul1ullleDf11 570 town lot 1 11- llodeon II LM2OJou-et 520 Mn Nancy E16MA-bre 4 12 leurr8M-e 65 9 D D1oo 8M Ildbt 0168hnd-1ett 6 20 Jwe lCltown lot 9 20 NARROWS NO 28 Allen W P 50 570 Brown W H 751 i town lot f iiSS pageMru Martha 4 570 CrJud6rABklaB 1 165 1050 Condor J Wttt 5ICoppsge T BtrWiKji37 Coppage R V V 47 7 5 Day Grant 34 520 Davidson DC 20 7 30 etrees 0 D 50 4 65- Foreman G B 82 7 30 Graham Mrs Annie 25 360 Harrison Nona 57 5 20 ohnson W B 50 5 20 ivers W M 30 5 20 hultz Miss Ruth 75 n oo Sanders WS 100 1050 Wlloon WC 30 4 io White J Mvtlo f io 7 05 Wade Ed D v 70 io So- Westerfleld Haden 115 15 40 i Bttrn roKtiicr no 29 uiua Wm41 4 Farmer GllbertMro II Grwr BomaellMro 111 llreer J AM M SM 40JI- Orecr II AM70 490 uble Jno M Thursfan ntcrnal remedy for catarrh There ars iroptlcally no medicinal rivals in thd qellS 4 Pornna Is not a local application c j thpcraryrolleff Ills li i aWn ohinao a ystethicromodf atca catarrh from the iritot tklrrh wherever located X laatlugIhlla President blsc Chicago In ont letter to The Yerufla Modlcin C If aMyalarrh that I wag afraid Iwould lcWii nUrolY I rood of some of tho H nrtft 1 things your Pcruna would a ought It MYlftblo to try some m IIpleased to state that in a bor time Iwas ciodPiItg VoJ MdaAh itihteditrZe Co nbCf Q frSbk of1ie1Uni ohWInlng letters from prominen hit women coacnIsi crna or t nJPOEHntAlmarlpcjQr Irdtn W D 118 8w imey June 1- 2tttIC lit NM L8 41 MtCorty M V JIB 8S- MflU r onLW 108 TfS Martin J ft6 32- lJattIi WmMM 62 6 loach u J80Bolpb Mrs Mary Lee40 415 taoVladedI COLORED LISTB HARTFORD Foreman Mrs Annie i lot 355 Moseley Geo i lot 4 JS Moseley DF i lot 3j Mos ley Parthena t r lot 355 Nail MtsAriny i lot 4 J5 Nail Mrs Jemima i lot Nail Ceo W 2 44 Parks Wm 3i 6 25 Parks Chas i lot 4 65- Tlnsley Henry i lot 280 4 40- Tlchenor Ed i lot 46 vEST UAatF9 Eldson Ceo I lOt 9 4 Griffin Mley Hot 4c Kahn Walker t lot 5 b UndleyVes i lot OJ NONRESIDENT LISTa Brown Richard Tone lot 2- ButlerGC 158 Cecil C S i9 Carson RobtP 19 io- DaitonWA 190 73 EzellWW 250 s 20 HlckaWmL 75 4 5- KuykendolLMrs M Bby P W Tabor agt S Tiltord7 town iota and 3 iB oo Y t Matilda 166 61 MorrlsTC AP zio 1059 Ne altoulsJ vV too itt iKdssellZack v 5 39 SchuUonJnoJ SQ 4 Hi Smith JO 8 2 10 Stevens L W i town lot 1 35 Simmons Mrs Mattle 95 7 CAT P KEOWN S OC YouTake T JQuin1ie 14 i i fol Its 1ft to 1 you do if you dro si victim of J I 5 i j nDontDo1t41 Dantfisfoua- Woll admit It will curb injilarta bnt it loaves almost deadly attct offocta I LHERD INEIs a 1I111nmtQod to curb toaFarIi slukt headAChe b1ll0uBB eaid ull utomachkidnt and liver copplaluta TRY rrf TODAY 50 Cants a Bottle i All Druggists vAIi Sale byJH Williams Hartfor I C N 4Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 2S years Average Annul SaIe pve Oand a HaJtMf bottles Does thisrecOrd ofmerit appeal to ycm1 No Cure No Pay JEadose4 wkk Wr1ry kottle ks Tea Cent package of Geve11ads Eoot Livw Pbs tI I FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13 SEEK TREASURE BURIED B R- Ej j Marshfietd TraI 6Woven in D inn out I 1 ExclUniat women sal most of r 1 not jar the fair sex g man has more than lace this week but Fearless me when we will COUn uror news titation of tho Panama Ca ositiOh to liable to revive the lookingYe bkTS are alreaily eo high that tsgiving epicures are contour l investing the money with- thoy intended to buy the birds t horses 1kool dont that longwinded al in Wednesdays Herald the Educational Ballot lawI l e Democratic Legislature is- passw jar yod- al reported that a New York tan is willing to give 5000 for There are some people whom tow that could spare enough il to make an ordinary ear and the it- r1 most serious and far reaching that friends of Ollie James now t is that some one will side track ac hat Taylor extradition bill 1 opportunityp1 ey wtqtrm Ham Qr the law protecting ders come inoperative has Y Y tone boom of the rusty fire beard on every band the and persistent hunter is reed for his days outing by a few t Jatures beautiful quails iraTS say that the earthwill er darkness in 30000 years Il8t ray of light fades and s and desolution appears in its b 1 d the Republican party pro cle an to light the world again thel t itysome Democratic loader or mouthpiece representing tine Kentucky listrlct in Congress f heard to say to tones of in efn81b1e defiance I OBJECT DEMooflATS are laughing their eves full became Bryan was kept It of Kentucky iu the recant cam Sign Quite a contrast to four years rgo when Bryan was brought all the- pity from Nebraska to make a speech before the Legislature in behalf of the contestant Goebel Then Bryans- lectrine and utterances were the sin JWy of Democracy now ho is looked upon by the same Democracy as a Saltbling dell1go lIe As the time approaches for the hoMing of the Great Worlds Fair at tLcuis for the purpose of comnfm orating the purchascofle LoAaaua fcrritory citizens in all parts itf Ken tucky noehbwing greater ent uSlasm over the certainty that our Sl to will not only have aBlate building at this WOI1 but will be represented in- i1 department by exhibits of her 1 roducts resources and industries l hat can but mark the dawn of a newt for the development of alt the ion wealth of our proud Common OUR COUNTY ROADS As the autumn days usher them selvetl upon us and the rains incident thereto fall m torrents over the whole country an observer a pedestrian or anyone who moves over the foresee conceive thecountry can or impansihle condition to which the public roads will bo reduced before nextlyearConditions such as we have sup posed have existed in this county during the winter months fur several years and we have watched the vain norts of road hands and individuals hose duty it has been to keep them o order to prevent a recurrence If these conditions RUlI have noted fW signally they have failed Vast f money have been spent in Bing the roads as it is called but is really the taxpayers that get orf1It makes litter dlflerence bow tuck money is spent working ds there is never any lasting ienaJ t for dirt is ground into dust a i dry weather and contorted iaud ill wet weather I Good gravel roads would do away with the major part of roar working The roads would be vastly better duro leg tb ofllerg ago of saving the taxpayers the that is now spelt annually for l question we should seriously is whether we prefer a waste imla of dollars each year on a that never improve and- oQ satisfaction or to begun mlllediatcl and spend the- arily expended each rw mIles of I u= The men Acttd rrspend the trained I11th same way We goodtheurliatively little to maintain f Nn MATANZAS KY Nov 17Miss Nellie TIchenor gave n flinch patty last Tuesday even IngMr Oscar Tichenor Is very sick nt this writIng Dr SmIth of Pt Pleasant has returned after spendIng several days nt- Woodbeny Quite a number from this neigh borhood attended quarterly meeting at Equality Saturday aad Sunday Prof A K Caster was at home Sat urdayMr J B SmIth of Ceralvocommu nlty was here Sunday The box supper given at Mr T J Everlys Saturday evening Wg quite a success Beautiful Clear Skies lIerblne exerts a direct Influence on the bowels liver and kidneys purify- Ing and strengtlllnlng these organs and maintaIning them In a normal condition of health thus removing a common cause of yellow mothy greary skIn and more or less of plm plea blotches and blackheds 5ocat J H Williams druggists 1U- A e BUFORD KY Nov i8Mr C W Hussey went to Hartford Saturday Mrs Minnie Whallen of Rockport lad Is vIsiting her parents Mr and Mrs R R CUtldlff MIsses Josie Magan and Abble Bell went to Owenebiro Sunday MIss Verda Holbrook has returned from Whltesvllte where she hav been visIting her brother M J Holbrook Miss Julia Williams of near Liver more Is vIsiting her aunt Mrs B F GravesMrs MlzellalTanner of No Creek passed through here Saturday ou her way to OweotbJro where she goes to conduct a brardlng house The farmers are very busy gather- Ing cern Mr Will Blair Is visiting here at this urlting TAFFY KY Nov I7Rev Robt Brandon fill ed hIs regular appoIntment at UnIon Grove Saturday night and Sunday The protracted meeting which was to have begun at UnlouGrove church was postponed again the pastor have resignedMrs DavIs who has been quite sick wIth throat trouble for the past four weeks has resumed her work again Quite a number attended the pro tracted meeting lest Wednesday night Mrs Tula Davis wife of Lljte Davis was burled nt UnIon Grove last Friday Mrs Davis died of consumption after a long lllness She leaves a husband and five children Mr Herbert Mitchell has movd to the Bells Run neighborhood Burtus the twoyearold biby of Mr and Mrs Dave Sharp Is very low lit this writing wIth scarlet fever Mr Tommie Bartlett of Hender son Is visiting relatives here this weekA protracted meeting will begin at Bells Run first Sunday In December 100 Howard 100 The reader of thus paper will be pleased to learn that there M lit let ono dreaded dleeaee that science hat Urea able to care in nil Ire stages and that M Catarrh 11a11s Catarrh Cure is the wily poeltlve cure now know to the medical Ira lenity Catarrh beIng aconetltatloualdteeaee actindlrectlytnupon the blood and mucous eurfaeae or the ey tern thereby drtroying the foundation of the dleeaee Bad glvlnl tho patient Ireolllh by building up the constitution and nelllnK na lore In doing It work The proprietors have eo much faith In Its torntlvo power that they of- fur One llnndred Dollars for any true that It falls to tore Send for list of teetlmoulale- Addreee F J CHENE 4 CO Toledo 0 sold by nrnggbt roc Hall Famny 1llla are the beet Money Ready Chief Deputy Clark Taylor of Da vless county has audited the claims of officers of the election and registration Those who served as such can now get theIr money by getting an order from the county clerk About 500 wlll be paid out by the county tor holdIng the election Including nothIng but the salarIes of the election officers Death in Flames A very saIl accident happened to the little louryearold girl of Forest RIce while playing In the hout around the fire The little ones clothes caught from the blaze and the mother who was absent from the room at the time hearing the screams of the little child hastened to Its as slstance but wIn too late to save the unfortunate little child from a burn that resulted In Its death lest Satur day night The remains were Inter red on last Saturday evening In the Rice burying ground near MLdsn- Mr Rice Ilvesin the lit Eden neIgh- borhood and Is a very prominent and highly respected young farmerllan cock ClarIon WeUMerlted Promotion J S Fields formaly a citizen of Hartford a brother of our tovnaman Henry Fields and who several years ago marrIed Miss Edith Ray of Ow ensboro has been promoted to the position of associate general agent of the International Harvester Company In control of five dIvIsions of the compa nys territory He has for a number of years served that company In the capacity of field salesman with head quarters at Galesburg Ill Mr Field will have his new headquarters at Pe orla Ill- The International HntvesttrCompa ny Is the largest manufacturing cur poratlon In the world It employes St3ndardrompanyand I J I 1 corporation In America standIng second In thIs respect only to the Krupp works In Germany Its interests are scattered all over the earth from Can ada to SIberIa and Australia where grain and glass are grown Their factory In Canada which covers one hundred and twentyfive acres Is the largest factory of Its kind under the British flag ThIs company manu factures about ninety per cent of the harvesting machines In the world NARROWS KY Nov 18Mr and Mrs John R Phipps Hartford visited Mrs Phipps sister Mrs R K Beau Sunday Mr nod Mrs Iand St Loul More vIsiting Oils Lands lather Mr I W Hunt Furdsvil and her sis er Mrs Dresrloll nta1 Sulphur Springs Mr and Mrs Nuttle Boswell re celved a little boy visitor Saturday whos weIght is has thAn three pounds The tiny boy arrived out o1 time but his llimlnutl body Is vla- ornus and the pbysiclan Dr Mm vell blIevI she will lye Mr Arvls Wedding who hn1 been down with typhoid fever for the past three weeks Is slvtly hUJruving Mr Graft OilY of Grtsln county will moves Into the diocts of New Baymus within a few days The movement of tobacco crop has not begun yet the farmers refusIng to consider the vry low figures the buyers are offering for the plant The corn buyers are surprlzed to find the farmers asking fifty cents a bushel for their corn The corn crop on the hills and higher valley lands are exceptionally good but Rough river flats the Egypt for upland sons of Jacob failed on account ot the excessively dry stasun to yield corn hence the high price asked 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 Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Curl She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that I ran down In weIght from 158 to 92 pounds I tried number of remedIes to no avail untIl I used One Minute Cough Cure Four botttes 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 Gill fin Bro m The New Republican Paper Barboursvl11e Ky Nov 14A new paper the Knox News has been established at this place The sheet wlll be Republican In politics GENERAL NEWS A Bell county man was run over and killed by a train Cltan Howard shot and killed Sam Brown near Blomlngton In Mngoffin county A New York man who confessed to having robbed an old woman commIt ted suicide In his cell In Marion county George Noe shot and wounded John Chapel durIng a quarrelover a corn crop The United States wllrshlp Marble head lu Panama Bay saluted the flag of the new republic of Panama Three men were killed and two injured In a fire which destroyed the car barnes of the Cleveland Electric Rail way Two men were arrested In Nelson county charged with breaking Into and robbing the warehons of a distillery A number of wealthy Jews In the United States rrlpose to give z per cent of their Incomes to help the Jews In Russia An illinois Central engine and several freight cars were wrecked by running Into the dernil at the Louisville Nashville crossing at Nortonvllle- A Nova Scotia laver has sued the woman who jilted him for the value of presents which he claimed to have given her The court decided In his favorCol C P Motley the Republican candidate for Mayor of Bowling Green who was defeated by the Democratic candidate by 25 votes In the recent election will contest his op ponents election U D1Vard former Superintendent of the Tennessee Odd Fellows Home was found guilty Tuesday of assaulting Susie George a little girl who was an Inmate or the home He was sentenced to ten years In the penitentiary RIGGIST MAN In The World Was Burled Last Sunday Newport Ark Nov qThe Cosmopolitan Carnival Company of New port Ark burled the blgglst man In the world Lee TrlcktY weighing 619 pounds In Walnut Grove Cemetry of this city Sunday afternoon The In side measureU1ellts of the coffin con structed for him are Length six feet width three feet depth two feet derrick will have to be constructed to lower the coffin Into tl grave The father of the deceased used to have hia remains sent home to Hnmmoned- Wls answering A wire from the Car I dispositionto onIeTelejtramsfromdimensions of the deceased and hie coffin and the dead body of the big man hasprobably been viewed by rooo people t tIh COURT MARTIAL For a Christian County Soldier Who Left Camp UopkIDsv1ll Ky Nov 19Gov Beckham has ordered R general court martial to be held tn this city on Tuesday November 24 to try such infractions of the military law es may come before the court The officers composing thecourt are Capt H H lenhardt of Bowling Green Capt Walter powers of Madi- sonville Lleat Cornelius J OCon nell ot RussellsjIe and Cftpt G fbot Berry Morgantown who Is the Judge Advocate Andrew HUJ21n9 sergeant of cow Iany D Bud lieutenant of cadets at southern college will be tried for leving the camp of Instructions at West Puint and returning home with nut perwisson Bost Liniment on Earth I M Mcffsny Greenvllle Tex rites Nov a 190 I had rheul- 1Iatlllnl last winter was down In bed ilx weeks tried everything but got la relief till a triend gave me a part of R bottle of Ballards Snow Lint meat I used It and Rot two more bottles It cured nie and I havent felt any rheumatism since I can rcComnllnlt Snow Liniment to be the beat liniment on earth for rheuna- tlsm For rheumatic sciatic or neuralgic pains rub In Bllllardi Snow Liniment you will not suffer long but will be gratified with a speedy and effective cure 25 50c and I oo at J U Williams tlstmNotice la the Dutrlet Court of the United atatee ror the 11eeterapletetetof Kentnckyinllankeuptey- In the satter of 8amael1r Jamlll II bankrupt On this 11th day or Xonmber A D lt03 on coealdering the petition or the aforesaid bank rapt for discharge Sled on the ISth day of Otto lItr A D iaoa It Is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the sth day 01- NOTemher A U 1903 before said court lit Fed era Court Hall at LoulnUl Kyin said dl- Irlct at 10 odock In the forenooo or as near thereto lpractlcnblt and that notice thtOf be- pobllhtd on time la lIuTFoao DXPCDLrcia a newspaper printed la said ditrletand that nil known creditors and other persons la Interest may appear atal l time and place and ehow caner It any they hare why the prayer of said petitloase should not be granted wltneee the Honorable waiter Evans Judge or laid Court aad the eealthereot nt Owensboro Kentucky said dlllrld on the 11th day of No vember A D 1503 Taos SPEED Clerk Icy JltoLDT L15DelT Deputy Clerk QuIck Arrest J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala was twice In the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors Alter doctors and all remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve quIckly ar rested further InflBmation and cured him It conquers aches and kill s pain 25c at Z Wayne GrIffin Bro Druggist m TilEIAND IIEAL11f1 CURE Ion- CATARRHI HYS CREAM BRIM Easy and pltnnnt to InlurlouJt is quickly nboorb ed lives Belief nt nodCleaooelaseagee AllayInSa Rodlroted Membrane ntolfll the Senses of Taste Bad bymallI ELY UltuTlIEIU r4 Warren Street New York Holiday Goodswatcheellinge Diamond Silverware Rod uverything suitable for presents lit most reaeoaable price cheapest alustratedrntogaON Irv W Market between rot and Sad- Louisville Ky mlmfmmmmI GIVEN AWAY If you want to bo the luck person buy your goods fro us from now until the end e the year find get a guess a the length of time the BIG ThoInumber of hours or tiro one guessing the nearest to the ox act number of hours the can die will burn gets the Furni gotsOneanda guess It eostsyo yournayboopen to all cash customers Come to see us and got more for your money than you are offered olsolvh- eroCARSON CO HARTFORD KY r YatftlvssCups of Manhood 8matm- issions BpetJnha 0latmbtoman IIa 8TRONO r1for ou MIUI otlcsLfA a- 8ore s so B0IaI011101l MtJlltrlc mlfeach Sax Atltlflu 0alIar caflr UaWtO gala Lucy Are sTwuIO MOi Nothing has ever equalled it NothIng can ever surpass it KingsNew For COlWlIl1HPTIONrtc A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if it fail Trial Cptties free V l Your Hair Two years ago my hair was falling out badly I purchased a bottle of Aycrs Halt Vigor and soon my hair stopped coming out tJ Miss Minnie Hoover Paris Ili Perhaps your mother had thin hair but that is no reason why you must go through life with half starved hair If you want long thick hair feed it with Aycrs Hair Vigor and make it rich dark and heavy 1100 s bcdtte All Smlddi- It your cannot euply you- send us ono dollar and we will express you a bottle no euro nnlllho the name of your Ihl- rJl AyxltCOluwe- llMareNOTICE Notice Is hereby given that on Sat urday the 5th day of December I9o3i I will cause a poll to be opened and an election held lit the regular polling place In and for the town of Uamll ton OhIo county Kentucky between the hours of 6R in and 4 p w to take the sense ot the legal and quail fled voters In and for Bald town upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned thereIn or whether or not the present law goo ernlng and permitting the sllle barter or loan of spirituous vinous or malt liquors In said town shall become In operative Said notice Is hereby given pUrim ant to an order of the Ohio County Court made at its regular November 190J Term November 2193 which Is as follows Ohio County Court November rerm Monday SovtRIlr 110- 3Edwanl Joo adeJ- udgment U Motion for Ioenl Option Election la the Town ofllamntooOhlocounyKentucky ThIs day thIs cause coming on on this the first day of the regular No vember 19 J Term of the Ohio County Court held In and for Ohio county Kentucky at Hartford and It further appearIng that on Monday October 5 19J on the first day of the regular October 191J Term of the OhIo Count Court Edward Jones R B Eastin John IfarrlslV Hall Ed Jones G W York G L Ezell John Rogers Simon Stephens E F Rowe P K SBlsburl Richard Gwyun John Francis P L Neighbors I Francis V Miller Mosley John Neighbors Rob ert Francis Jas Martin Joe James J D Walker W T Ingram J B Colllns Simon Jones E FReed N C Robin son W H Stanley McDowell Pair E H Gwynn Dock Jennings John Bur ton S B Bishop Sam Jones Sr II W Stewart Floyd R Morris James T Davis W G Kelley II Burden Win Beane H Bosket I T Goodclll W W Smith MI L Dowell John Cart J B McIntyre II W Jones William Bart Icy IT Jackson Geo T Tlnley It D Burton Land Davis JOt Reid and Thos II Walker tender their written petition signed lu writing by each and all of the petitioners above refers ed to praying for IIn election to be heldat the regular voting place II OhiosDecember t93 to take the sense of 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 maltysaidfontJ5 the probable cost In And about the holding of sold elution and the court being suffrrienlly advised It Is therefore ordered and adjudged that said motion to file said pentun be and the name Is hereby sustained end the same Is filed that said elec tlon be holden the result compared and certified as required bylaw In such regularuof Ohio county Kentucky Is hereby appointed to hold said election pod Is ordered and directed to advertise the same as required by law and to open the poll lit the voting place or voting places lu salll town of lIamlHon Ohio county Kentucky on the 5th day of December 19J to take the sense of the legal votrri qualified to vote wIthin the saId town uf lIamll tons corPrrute Ihuhs upon the prop ositipn whether or not splrltUOI1S- vlnol13 or malt liquors sli Il tie sold bartered or loaned there or whether or not the present law toverning and permitting the sale barter or lean IIf- spirituous vinous ur nnit liquors In ald town shall become inoperative Mf S Ragland the leeuhrly electj ed qualified and outing Cleik Court Is ruleret and dlrclfIoprr pare and furnish pill books for raid electir Add Ira thIIAllle be corn pagedufterlhe snidtlectlonIs holden and the easier rhsnd certfi das h- qllired by law In snh caves t thi- Cout ud thin rnnsr I elli II uc1 A CPv Att s M R RAoLarn C 0 C C The above certified cpy of order came to hands Oil this the Jrl day of November 19 3 CM P KBfWN RO C f GIven und r III hind this the 411- 1daynf November r9 3 CAr P KEowtr SO C V = E P BARNES 3 E BRO I 11 Our preparations for the Winter months are greater than soar be fore Our Stocks are so large and varied we can supply the wants cof the valueseeker as well as the most fastidious dresser in the Have you ever paid us a visit If not you can afford to I spend one day to come awl see our Mammoth Stock of General Merchandise SuitsOvercoatsPants Our line of Suits has certainly met the approvnl of ev pry young num that has tinored us with a look this son 30n Pailored1rin11ued and mado IS well as any made toorder ltouso in this landand cost you from five to ton llollaJS less on tho Suit Wo will soIl you Suit for MOll rt 1 5 7 S 0 10 12 la50 11 15 18 and k2O Boys Suits 13 to 1 years old n1 350 1 5 6 750 8 and 10 Boys a to 12 yrs old75c 1 125 x 150 2250 3 350 1 and 5- OVERCOATS Ifyou fail to buy your Overcoat front us you will miss a bargain Our line is complete in every detail from n- 1hreeyoarolel Ichild to n twohundrcdandfiftypoun man mIll wo are ospeciall strung in Overcoats for young monoVo can sell you Overcoats for Men at 250 i 5 6 750 10 12 14 and15 Boys Overcoats 13 to 19 2 3 5 8 811110 Childrons Overcoats 3 to 12 1 175 250 3 4 and 5 ODD PANTS We have been selling for many years the famous Crown Brand of Pants and in all of these uars we 4 4 hate not had a dissatisfied custonlor and never kuwv a pair 41 to rip If you havont boon wearing those PUJltl Wo be- 4i hove they will moro than meet with your reJuitomonts We soIl these rants nt 2 250 3 a50 4 and 5 Wo also4 41 carry a full lino of Boys long and knee Pants from 25c pr 4i pair up to 3 per pair 44 41 FINE SHOES4 41 Yhile this ad calls your attention to our lines of heavy 4 or everyday Shoes wo wish to also remind you that our 41 lino Shoes are marvels of beauty from some of the most rep 43utablo factories in this country and there is no reason why 41wo cant plcnse you in price quality and stSlo 41 WRAPS Many of you no doubt have been debating in your minds what kind of a Wrap to buy a long Frock Coat the En VnlkingCoat Furs The ono to bu is tho ono that JS the best d fitter when you put it on y0 liavo them 41 nil Visit ours Cloak Department and 41 bo fitted and pluMed We sell you a4 4 Long Frock Coat in Zibilono and Kor 41 seyat 750 10 and 1250 In rnflbtn 41 Silk lined through with good quality Walking4i41 85010 and 15 41 IO x LINES I u Of Misves nnd Child = t1s revs Lung Clunks and its Jackets Bro very cola = pluto andwo focI that wo crln fit anyone tfrom the least to thoElargest Wo soil Cloaks for children = at 75c 1 150 200bs 250 350 J 5 und 6 Infunll Cloaks long f2 250iuld 350 liisscs J11ek IlJ 250 300 100 500and 600 t1 ISHOES SHOESseason now here whon ovory man woman and child needs now substlul tittl footwear Wo are showing the most wonderful assortment of hilt 6erode dn rnblo footwear in this market The Honest Mike Boots and Shoes we have sold regularly every season for eighteen yearsand we know they tlilve no superiors wo sell you Honest lUilw Hoots 5350 Honest Miko seamless and Blucher Shoes 200 Honest Mike Highcut Shoes 275 Guar Greedmorofirstat value you oversaw for 125 Misses and Childrens everyday Shoes at 7ho 85c IJW 112012anti 135 Ladies Shoos that wear Ilt 112r 150 and 175 Look at our Old Ladies Flmmellincd Shoes I1t 10- ia Boys ShoesfAt Were Is where you have trouble You lav1t found a Shoe that will last the ho5s We have It C EDLENS LEVEL BEST will certainly hold them Every stitch In thIs Shne is gUrlnteld to hold until the Shoe Is worn out We sell you these Sines slz1I 9 to J3 at 15o13 to zs 175 3 to 5S4a I SI 85 Another Iwre winm rsopr Boys Honelt Mike High cut at z o1 We also crrry a full Ilneof I r BoysaStockrbetter prepared to keep out the cold oUr Blankets and Comforts are big values atthe prices we sell them for Our Mens and Boys Ie Hats and Caps are the correct things and the style and price will Win you at I Producein I ii Jtaa 1 Ce j11l Special ValuesFor the noxt tun days in Seasonable Merchandise in whichovery household in Onio county is interested Qualities that speak for themselves Prices that competitors lure not meet Value No IBoys Corduroy Knee Pants ovtni heavy well inudo from 5 to 15 years a ready LongPnntsprice 12- 5Value No 2Ladies good everyday wear Gulf Shoes seamless back rivitcd seams well pegged sell everywhere for 125childrens same 75c to OOc our price 100 Value No 3Ladies fine allwool Kersoy Jacket with or without collar threequarters length nicely lined and well made throughout in castor or black n garment that sells everywhere else for 850 or 900 our price 500 Value No 4gxtm size heavy cotton Bed Blanket the kind that sell elsewhere for 75c our special price 50e Big size Bed Comfort well quilted and padded n regular dollaranda quarter article our price 100 Besides these SPECIALS wo have our shelves loaded with big values that wo have not room her to mention Como and examine a stock which is superior in QUALITY and lower in PRICE than ti you have been accustomed to looking through the PLACE ISi SfPpAI C11TAYLOR Undertaker I carry in stock a complete lino ol Undertakers goods together with a oioo Hearse and aiu jrqxuid to furnish anything in this lino at any hour Embalming a specialty Washing tlresainf and laying ont free of charge A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky rlartroru Republican1 FRIDAY NOVUMnKR 21 Gito Carson Bios lor Gunlli basin Rapes at Cnrwm Bros I Rcnd DAvle6 Cr Ric rt C al1 Oa stets Iuh Cdetyat Cty Rep Uuunt I Everything gaud to eat at City Re taursnt Highest rash TrIce iad fir Fare m SanrBaihs City Ristauiant most uptodntt place In Haitlrtil Myl My whet nice soup you get at City Restaurant Gii your meats at City Restaurant RVtrthlnl6rtcRU F1 Jenny hlataazta call tll s u while 10t11 Monday W t S Ilil Vtilvv called to u r ua while In trwu i atuiny John W Jnnes RochSer spent feWdaya with us Ut week Miss Low Biartshaw Stanley Kv Is visiting Miss Bessie irate t4rsee us while in town Tuf8U JiT Rone Cntertowu called to see no while In toxn MOndAC- j Serwh ai3 yoir Turs He wlillixr yu highest raSh price v Beu It TjavUsTTsunnydaie called nt this oft while lu toRn TurwUy i HV BK 1 L C Taylor Mitsnzic mnrfe us a 1 pleasant i a while in lwn londa1 John Carter MHUnzrtai pleasant call while In town S J Tlchenor nufTfnry wade n n pleasant roll whilf hr ton Mot day ji F Sttvfns McHeriry wade u 3 a pleasant rail while In town Mon day L B Renter Centtrtuwn made us a pleatant call while in town Moo day E A Smith Ceralvo called to see us while in town Saturday Jeff Ef Williams Evansvllle visit ed friends In the city lest week See D W Williams for anything In the Staple or Fancy Grocery line i C F Wallace Roslne made us a pleasant call while In town Monday I C K Reneer Centertown railed at this office while In town Wed DCS lay Panl Woodward Taylor Mines call d to see us while in town Wednea day N C Daniel Beaver Dam made un quite a pleasant call while in town Monday J H Everly Pt Pleasant made us a very pleasant call while In town Wednesday E M Durham Thebes Ill made us a vry Pleasant call while In town Wednesday For fish Oysters Ctanbrrles Cel ery or Fruits of any kinds call on D W Willams James A King Sulphur Springs made us a vzq plearant call while In town Tuesday From this date until further notice we will pay 20 cents for eggs- CARSON Co OSTEOPATHY Dr D W King Is at Mrs Lou Collins Examination and Consultation free tf Call on W H Moore the mrat man for your Thanksgiving Turkey dressed or undressed Dr A S Yewell Osteopath room u Commercial Hotel Hartford Ky Examination and Consultation free Misses Pfarl Thomas Artie Wed ding Cassle Riley and Irene Miller City called atJiiR REPUBLICAN office Saturdays Deputy Sheriff Chester Keown went to Morgantown Saturday to take B H Allen who was wanted i lu ButUr for disturbing religious wore Heavy Ceiling Paper at Pales New Golf Glove 250 and Soc at Fairs Ladles fleeced Union Suits 35c at Fairs Telescopes Suit Cases Trnnksetc at Fairs Fairs line of Ladles Jackets nt f5 are beauties Fairs new Overcrats ate thechcni eat in town Fairs Glove Stock Is the best In Ohio county Readymade Skirts a new shi- pwentat Pairs Buy your Winter Shoes at Fairs Money saved U you do Carson Co want five hundred bushels ot hickory nuts W H Moore the meat shop man will pay cash for Hides and Skins New heavy yarn Socks 250 La dies heavy gray Hoes 25 at Fairs Miss Alice Hayes Cromwell Is the guest of Mrs R B Martin this week J H Pollard of Shrtvecalled on us yesterday and subscrlbd for TUB RHPUDLICAN Pairs Black and Brown Beaver Overcoats at 5 are the regular 7 50 quality Ftllx Shaver tNoCretk made us quite a pitapat call while In town yesterday The Infant son of Mr and Mrs R B Martin Is recovering from a severe attack of croup Jurors sad witnesses are Invited to visit Fairs Headquarters for Cloth lug Dry Goods etc New Overcoats and a full lino of clothing ECONOMY Day GOODSSTORK The hunting season U now open and yon will used a Gnu and Ammu nition Camn Xros have them Uncle George Bbrewaberryot South Carrolltoa called in and paid Iris sub Bcrlptlon while In town Wedmtsday Ladles Miriam and Chlldrens Rubber Boots Mass Fait Boots ECONOMY DRY Goons STORE Mrs C M Barnett wko has been 111 for the past few weeks is greatly Improved but not entirely recovered Col C M Barottt returned to Loniev lie Wednesday after a few days stay with his family in this city Col J S R Wedding who has been ill for the past few weeks is slowly Improving his fever b about broken Sheriff Keown informes us that by some oversight the property of R R Wedding was wrongfully advertised for taxes If yon enjoy good health yon must keep your feet dry and if yon keep your feet dry you must buy your Shoes from Carson Co You must hurry up and Ret In your guess on the big candle Remember the lucky one gets an elegant suite of oak furniture CARSON Co Just received a lull line of Mens Rubber Boots all new goods not a tlrleft over from lat seanon every pair guaranteed ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE The Floating Studio Is now at Hartford until January I 1904 Our prices- on many of our better grades are cheaper than ever It will pay you to give ns a call before going elsewhere L T Barhard one ol our general liverymen Is recovering slowly from very painful Injuries sustained from a horse kick three of his ribs on left side were broken besides being otherwise I bruised WANTED Corn Pith Must be free from shell and jolbts and must also be practically dry We will begin to receive December sat and will my scents per pound Will take any quantities CARSON Co I will sell all my personal property consisting of Horses Mules Cattle Hogs Farming Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture to the highest and best bidder at my farm the A B Smith two miles South of McHenry on Saturday Decembers 19jt CAW HCOUBS Strayed from Hartford about five weeks ago one red heifer about five or six months old has white star In face and some while on under part of body has been dehorned ears not marked will pay for her return or information as to her whereabouts I L TBARNARDHartford L D Taylor ol the Bald Knob neighborhood happened to a very painful accident the latter part of last week He wan at a sawmill near his home and In raising around the log carriage got to near and his foot was caught between the passing carriage and the skldway as a result of which his foot was crushed and Bruised vary todly At lust report he was Improv ing BEDA KY Nov iS Mr and Mrs E G Cork ol Oven bfo are visiting the family of Mrs W A Carson Miss Ethyl Bennett left Sunday for LonUvlle where she goes to visit r T atlvf RevIHarneil filled his regular ap pnlntraent at the CP Church Saint day night and Sunday Mrs Nancy Park Vho has ben very ill Is better Mr and Mrs W H Park of An dersonvllle came up Sunday tu b lit the bedside of Mr Parks mother Mr B F Tlcbenor has moved Into his property here Mr Sam Nave of Owe bno spent Monday night with friends here Burn to the wile ol Mr Rowan Greer the isth a boy Mr W R Carson attended the Teaches Meeting at Crones school house Friday He reports n pleasant time Mr Walter Puikj went to Hartford FridayA number were in attendance at the entertainment given at the school house Thursday night by Mr Grant Winkler The Cash Grocery wants 500 dozen of eggs for Thanksgiving Will pay 20c per dozen for same Circuit Court The Ohio Circuit Court met at the court houlloaday for a two weeks term with Judge W T Owen on the bench Commonwealths Attorney J Edwin Rowe and J B Wilson county attorney protem are present to represent the commonwealth and aslst the grand jury In Its work The following named gentlemen were impaneled as grand jurors for this term Eldy WarJAI Adding ton Jack Crabtree C L Rogers W P Taylor W L Brown E H Mor gan N C Daniel W R Moseley R H Barnes foreman J B DoJson sheriff and A O Berryman clerk The following sawed gentlemen have ben impaneled as petit jurors Jot the presnt term of court A R Hoover J P Sbrnm J R Hoover Jai K Tlntley Wm French J E Chick C L Wuodward E B Tins ley E Mitchell Jake Shaver Albert McCrocklln W Clark J H Pollard Jarxea Wlsj W H Duke 8 J Hawkins H A Baird 8 T Hunter Robert Bill Wax Tirk J C Bennett J A Ambrose S L Phillips and Joe FosterAll tile Commonwealth cases ex cept case oi the Comnioiwaalth vs A B Sckleltzbaum changed wltk oat bezzltng 192 from I C R S Co wblck la now on trial were paised vn til this morning The following tamed gentlemen were Impaneled to try the Schleltzhanm case S T Han tic Jacob Shaver Jas Wilson Wm French Robert Bell Joseph Foster Bud Sharp W P Goff Late DeWeesc Frank Black Henry Deaver andS F Wallace the trial was begun Tuesday afternoon and at the hour of going to press the court and jury were still hearing tvldence against Schleltz baum attorney for the Common wealth and for the dependant have indulged In several lively tilts some times reaching bitterness Glenn Ringo Heavrln Woodward represent the defendant and H P Taylor Is assisting the prosecution It is likely that this case will consume the entire week and perhaps some of next 11 so the entire criminal term will have ben consumed in trying this one case Next week the civil dockIt Is set and there are several interesting cases to be trie- dCranberries for Thanksgiving at the Cash Gro cery YMCA Notes Realizing that there are a number of ladies In town who are Interested ln the promotion of the Y M C A organization and who are prevented rom becoming active members the adlcsAuzlllary have Instituted what they call their Reserve Force Any lady desiring to become a mem- obr can send her name and membership tee Loo to Mrs Pendleton or Miss Maggie Marks Mado Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me In teens writes D H- TufaerJlJ1Dempseytown Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stom ach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 250 at Z Wayne Griffin Hros Drug Store m Fresh Oyster Celery and everything good to eat call at the CashGro Gory JUST WHAT YOU NEED Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablots When you feel dull alter eating When you have no appetite When you have a bad taste In the monthWhen your liver Is torpid constipatedWhen When you feel bilious appetitecleanseand regulate your liver and bowels Price 25 cents per box For sale by all druggists m vas OxtxABur tba1bKW Yw Haw Atars BO 1It Blgattu 11 of Pony a Zebra The nearest approach to a mans painting a pony and declaring It Is a- zeb ato the statement of certain Dem ocmtft to the effect that Roosevelt ailmlnsTilon has been In full knowledge of those postal scandas all the while They no more believe such statements than the fellow lr leveR the pony a zrbIYeUoli Jacket DUNDEE KY Miss Stella Weddtr g and brother Palmer of Whltesvllle at t e- guests ol their cousin Mn ron tVrd dingMiss Njla R nrow Narrows vis lied her home here Saturday night and Sunday- A few ol our young people attend ed church at Sugar Gr ve Sunday Judge R R Wedding was In town FridayMr B F Bean was in Hartford MondayMrs StClalr Is very Ill at this writingMr Mrs W H Sargent Fords yule were the guests of their daughter Mrs Byron Bean Saturday night and Sunday Mr Porter McDowell and sister Miss Jennie of Hartford visited their brother Dr McDowell Sunday and MondayQuite a crowd of young people at tended the spelling at Narrows Friday night Mr and Mrs GeoCummlngs visit ed relatives at Spring Lick recently Misses Effie and Matty Bean entertained a tew friends Saturday night In honor of Mr Palmer Wedding and sisterMrs C L Annendt and children visited relatives at Narrows last weekMr W R Bean was in HArtford MondayMr Mrs Byron Wedding and visitors spent Sunday with Mrs Wed dingspareats Mr and Mrs Virgil RenfrowThe of Dundee will give a pie supper to be followed by a Mys tery Tea Thanksgiving night at the Public Hall Proceeds to b given to the Sunday School Everybody invited A Scientific Discovery Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the stach that which it is unable to do fur elf even when but slightly dls ordered or overloaded Kodol Dys paia Cure supplies the natural nicer of digestion and does the work of the rtomack relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed 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 food In to rich red blood Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m- C7ARtITORTB T Ban tyaItsKind You Kara Arrays BotiM Biputu 11 o- rBiotle ger Held Over The examining trial of Andrew Al forJ of Neafus Ohio county who Is charged with bootlegging was held before Commissioner Lindsey Satur day morning Alford was held over to the November term of the United States Court under a bond of 300 which was furnished by his brother P H Alford Owensboro Inquirer Worm Dostroyor Whites Cream Vermifuge not only kills worms but removes mucus and slime In which they build their nests it brings and quickly a heal tlicondlUon of the body where 250 at J H Williams Druggist m For sick headache try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets they will ward oS the attack If taken in time For sale by all druggists Cuts Rivals Throat Parkersburg Pa Nov J6Mabel Barnes a white girl lay in watt tonight for Percy Jones a colored girl and cut her throatkllling her instant ly The two were in love with a colored man and jealousy of the girl prompted the Barnesglrl to the deed The girl Is under arrest Proverbs II When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever told why When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and flesh we say give them Scotts Emul sion It is like the penny in the milk because it works an because there is somethin astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with somehypophosphiteie- specially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just ai naturally to the children because it is so perfectly adaptet to their wants For all weak and pale ant thin children Scotts Emulsioi is the most satisfactory treat i ment We will send yo the penny Iesample free De sun dial this picton I tbe wrapper lorm of evelid q both Emuhka you but SCOTT DOWN Chemists les 409 Pearl St N and =too tB dtrt A FREE game inside each package of Lion Coffee 60 different games- CENTERTOWN KY Nov 17 Mrs Booth Swain is on the sick list Mrs A F Ogleaby nfter a short visit to friends and relatives here has returned to her home in St Louis Bailee Brothers oi Blrdseye Iud have moved to our town S M Dexter and C C Ross Are with us again after waking a short visit to St Louis Mr W L Itflehart has bought a home here and will move In this weekMr T H Benton alter spending several days here with his family has returned to his rallrcil position In LouisvilleMr 11111 has bought proper ty on N Mill St and will soon be a citizen with us W L Dock r1 und wife are visit ing relatlvla in Butler county this weekMr Tutu Her has moved into his new home on S Mill St Miss May Tichenor came home Sunday from Louisville where she has bees quite awhile in the milliner business Curod of Pllos Aftor 40 Years I Mr C Haney of Geneva 0 had the piles for 40 years Doctors and dollars could do him no lasting good DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured him permanently Invaluable for cuts burns bruises sprains lacera tions eczema tetter sat rheum and all other skin diseases Look for the name DeWitt on the package sll others are cheap worthless counter feits Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m No Matter Where Your Farm Is Locate- dII sell it for you I soIl on commission I quote your a few figures on farm land 70 acres near Palo 650 100 acres 4 miles from Hertford 950 135 acres 4 I II8oo60 acres near Beaver Dam 1600 173 acres fine bottom land six miles west of Hartford on Rough riv erCHEAP 200 acres one mile from Mclicnry Good farm Improvements orchard cI200120 acres near Macon Mo at 50 per acre 400 acres near Cnllos Mo at f50 per acre 400 acres near Bevier Mo at 3550 an acre no acres near Macon Mo at 40 per acre 260 acres near Macon Mo at 20 per acre On this Missouri land we can loan a large part of the purchase money All these are great bargains See me for a better description List your property with me I have calls every day for farming laud S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY I LAUGHED TOO MUG I Prominent Owensboro Man E I joyed Elks nitration Owensboro Ky Nov 16 County Judge H M Haskirs 110 s at the point of death at hId home on East Third street from an Internal hemmorrhage and the three physicians who are in attendance say list the chances are ajalcs hs rectv ry The facts concerning Judge Has tin Illness are very peculiar He wa + Initiated Into the Elks lodge Thursday night bnt on account of his advanced age being sixtyfive he was not put through the regular Ini tiation Htwettr there were two other young men who were put through the regular initiation Judge Hesklna was an amused spectator Catdltltl8lcnns r a was ty 0 If Its co is bad yo order Ayers P tongue cur make to 2es Alt drargtata ITut tmnliirUi er h iia LCKINGHAMS w- NIKN I 4t How Are I YouFixed Ifi 5 These two departments are two of the li most important ones now us Wa are Jij just in receipt of a big shipment of Mens J and Boys Suits and Overcoats Our Shoo lj stock never 2was moro complete You andIY= choice Our stock of Shoes of all = the now lasts and all the new shapes in toes J all of tho best material Our ClotHhigf4V Consists of the new weaves now styles now 4 49 cuts in fact everything now in Clothing 4 +4 You should see our stock of Shoes sand t44 Clothing You will not be disappointed if Vdi4V you come hero Our goods aro of tho best S4V and tho are the lowest Wo shall erf 4i you You will certainly miss itw t4V you dont como to seo us for your Clothing eD- t4 and Footwear in fact everything pertain 4V ing to fall and winter wearing apparel Wo awill bo disappoitod if wo dont see you in t1 our store Youre welcome any time rtCI CB CARSON seot1 4 BIG DEALERIN14 = DRY 0008= FURNITU Q L= GROCERIES HARTFORD KENTUCKYi4fi i i TTii-i Quick SalesI Small Profits tVehavo our shelves loaded down all kinds of Goods direct tho i markets and if it is real Bargains you call and examine and get our places on Dry Goods Clothing Hats Boots Shoes Telescopes big lot of Comforts and Blankets and in fact everything found in a firstclass uptodate store Wo also purchased big lot of biggs CLOTHING Twentyfour Mens fe Black Clay Worsted Suits sizes 35 to 42 at 200 olsowhoro 500 I Twenty Youths Black Clay Worst ed Suits sizes 14 to 19 at 250 elsewhere 425- Twenty Mons allwool heavy Suits 4i- I all colors sizes 35 to 42 at 450 else 44Big 750 tlssortmont of Pants all sizes and- colors 100 elsewhere from 150 to 250 Big Uno of Boys Suits all t aeach cause langht your pcpsia your Easy take easy tp 5p kraratl KIehhekr DYE with consists very prices Upert 1 I with from Eastern want Trunks Woolen prices OVERCOATS A splendid Bea er Coat 400 elsewhere 675 SHOES Hamilton Brown for men every pair guaranteed 125 La dies Shoes 1 Big lot of Chindrons Shoes all price- sJACKETA 12 Jacket for 9 a 10 Jacket for 8j an 8 Jacket for 5 and so on down the lino SKIRTS A 6 Skirt for 425 a 5 Skirt for 375 a 4Skirt for 250 a3 Skirt for 160 a 150 Skirt for 100 ChildtohaJncketsat all prices tlWe would like to give you moro prices but as our spaco is limited therefore w a ask the public to call and examine our stock and buy their Fall Goods from us E ns wo can tool will save you money Yours for trade of- i tSam Bach Hartford K i4S2 r c 2 r IJ I Hartford Republic FRIDAY NOVIMBgR i SEEK TREASURE 1llfllEll BY gc 0 ecal1s MarshfitnouL 01 bermat women fas o3Lnot theI antAry ofenccd the S I rThlnk of mov tig to action Fear1jj8 after you are COlotilhously It illustrates fruIta of the human In Jw jolug dart my u firmly convinced that V it though I confess most e Tt Imperleetly developed beefy possibilities of the hu Jlkl1 I believe to be as b 0Jspace Were Demost- hemcar Galileo Descartes I pkespeare and the first Na eemble jn conclave might thtft znn be pardoned for I gcxisTtVlEe perIthe frolltlers of human t dlircompared with the giants wltiy expect yet to explore Iu solitudes Perfect good erlect knowledge are two uP attributes of God and I PThat human effort will lug waded with such err mlfL ot that 1I1s best I coull thee is that b nether ear- thaMt Irom the story I ths the history of 1dword I have 101 f 1jRr Into space The r4se ceaseless suns AlbatlId observed their or Decemts and the laws that lIatnJet the human mind dand7 Intellect the atom t4edfor u and the molecule jatureabLarrangements the physl bel8TniIrrorcd to me t vet 1Clccuycvery prob or men ex ber5elstit It the human mind b1Oto understand more or eyerthlng presented to I l pt Itn own Jt cannot cross Its 1 threshoid to peep behind then The phllosCQber known how Purfe B were formed antI set In if they get thAflIght and o konuect his tl jfwblch iqiII now have rbls very pll nga with a he shak his head He fipproached the domain of the t Goo with his imperfections tb1ve sketched thtse stupendousI I I evments of wind to my eet for its dignity A few ths cnrelul attention to phllosot- o and the moral and physical I jnceO have translated we Into a ot surpassing grandeur of t I hat not dreamed before Indeed Wlt I love become In y way familiar with It but you ov that at a mere glance at a Ijraruug the purdteujne whether rerritory citizinful tloqts you tucky Iy name a treet or ove he most prominent business 12 Viewing the inellectnal 1 for the first tlplrtJU d from a aie7has taken aU the alarI rod of me I make this statement batserlousness iu a heart to heart 1th a friend ias I Imagine would a boy who vaneyfUnand with a glass swept n mighty plaia lie would b Impressed with rew objects In particular but the vast ness of te scene would appall him fnlearnlg man finds his only enduring happIness This proved by vo iJnptaous men tiring of their olUonr- si fleeIng to the solitude of the moil 1gty by rich men able to gratify every passion and appetite sUIciding etc but a Huxley a Darwin or a OverWork vcakens Your Kidneys Tnhelthy Khlneys Make Impure Blood 4 i All the blood In your body passes through ur kidneys once evoy three minutes 4 tie Ktdneys sf0 your blood purifiers they filter out the waste or impurities In the blood If they are sick or out of order they tail to do their work 1 I Pains aches and rheumatism como from ex cess of uric acid In the blood due to neglected tdney trouble rKidney trouble cause quick or unsteady l thoughfAlOjd1carr ontld blood through veins and arteries It used to be conaldered that only urinary lieIIWCrC to be traced to the kidneys tnowlmOdern scIence proves nearly all cons diseases have their begin ping In Idney trouble r J iii yO are sick you can make no mistake doctoring your kidneys The mild iud the extraordinary effect of Dr KlimerJ I mpR00t the great kidney remedy Is It stands the highest for Its onder1CUres of the most dlstresslng cases I arid 16 5c3d on its meritsxdr Igglsb In filly I lIS nUndmodollaul mlY alti INUlo by mall nool8AIIII IIfree aisoamPhlet telling you how to find ut If ave kidney or bladder trouble entton rhavrWhlen writing Dr KHmer Co DlR lmton Y to Dont m e Any mistake but remember pRond SwgmpRmt the address Dr Krlers 1tIISwampRoot all NY on every bot- tlej J I 4 much In love witl an train oily to the monastery had try deathITjhap you I tlth my cheap philosophy Le prophet aaIl Out of the of the heart man speak and rtom shall I speak The ears of e about niegood people IS they D rare closed to speaking like this than does not care to speak unless he Is heard else he should talk to the winds I like writing too because I can frame my thoughtsto measure And dont you know that the best literature of the best writers Is their old letters to their friends scraped up alter they die and published along with their biographical Writing for publIcntton Is too artificial There Is the effort to please and the effort to avoid criticism from unfriendly sources But In writing to a friend the voice of the soul Its natural self flows smoothly along In uneonsclo effort to whatever perfection the wIlt er Is capable- I led an Interest In you not deeper perhaps but ofa dllIerent character to that of any other ofniy friends From a careful observance of your subjectivity I believe you capable of accomplishing some extraordinary good for the world In which you live and this should be the object of every human effort I do not mean to fiat ter you I am everything but servile but each of us can judge others better than we can judge ourselves I mean only to encourage you to effort I believe you can win a great battle In life but I would not have you forget the long long struggles or the campaign leading up to It A few men like a few flowers bloom early and like them are soon gone It Is the bloom that unfolds its petals In the fullness of Its season that endures There Is no royal road to success and even success when it comes Is not what you expected but It is ofttimes better Dont let the hopefulness of youth deceive you the road Is rough and long The judgment which Lathe guiding force of man Is like wine In that substitute forage has yet been found to make It ripen Carelul and systematic study of well selected authors with such actual experiments as you may be able to execute and association with protound thinkers are the means to the great end Dont neglect the sciences When the young man told our Re deemer all these things have I done lrome my youth our Lod said II you will be perfect sellaalllYou have give to the poor and come follow me Not his religion but his perfection was predicated on giving his good to the poor So of you I will say II you would achieve real graatuessot which I slncprely believe you capable keep all you have leave off society entirely or marry and when your term of office expires go back to the hills and spend two or three years atone with nature and your library This may seem to you now unwar ranted but mark my word you will see a time when you will see the force ol It I began a letter and wrote an epistle Goodnight A Dangerous Month This Is the month of coughs colds Bud acute catarrh Do you catch colds easily rind yourself hoarse with a tickling In your throat and an annoying cough at night Then you should always have handy a bottle of Ballards Horehound Syrup J A Anderson 354 West 5th St Salt Lake City writes We use BallardslIorehound Syrup for coughs and colds It gives Immediate relief We know Its the best remedy for these troubles I write this to In duce other people to try this pleasant rnd efficient remedy 2SC SOC and 100 atJ H WIlliams druggists C sor BX Ilea the Tha Eind You Han Always Bugtt B uro There Is one rational way to treat nasal catarrh The medicine Is ap plied direct to the affected membrane The remedy Is Elys Cream Balm It restores inflamed tissues to a healthy state without drying all the life out of them and It gives back the lost senses of taste and smell The suf ferer who Is tired of vain experiments should use Cream Balm Druggists sell It for 50 cts Ely Brothers 56 WArren street New York will mall it What to do Uutll tho Doctor Arrlvos One of nlY children was taken with cramp colic and antlered It says S B Itlzee of Monett Mo I tele phoned for a doctor then gave R dose of Chamberlllins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and R few minutes later a second dose Before the doctors came the child WAS relieved For sale by all druggist U1 TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Takp raxatlve liruillo Qalntno rulllt 1- 1Irultltlt rluid thOIlIUlWY lilt lath tu euru J- W tlrenu lgiiutflru III IOU cacti box Ic Will Start l Colony Jackson Ky Nov 13Thejettfa- naily of which Curt Jett the con victed assssln of James B Marcum Is a member will leave this county A member of the family hRI bought land near Jeffersonville md and the whole family will move to that State after the holidays They say that they do not like to stay In Kentucky alter thenotiriety that has been gain ed by Curt leU for them For a Bad Cold If you have a bad cold you need a good reliable medicine like Chamber lains Cough Remedy to loose and re lieve it and to allay the Irritation and infiatnation of the throat and lungs The soothing and healing propel ties of this remedy and the quick cures which It eflecta makes It a favorite bYJldrngglats S I i EDITORS ACCEPT Invitation of KentuCky Exhibit Association to Visit Worlds Fair on Kentucky Day June 2 1004 Louisville Ky Nov SKentnckyi day at the Worlds Fair will beThurs day June 2 1904 and the Kentucky Press Association will be present as the guest of the Kentucky Exhibit Association These two important matters were settled yesterday after noon at a meeting of the Exeentlv Committee of the Press Asoiation held at the Gait house here when President A Y FOld and Secretary R E Hughes of the Exhibit Association renewed the Invitation extended at the last annual meeting of the Press Association held at Lulng tonThere were present the following editors President Paul M Moore of the EUlington Bet VIce Presideat Louis Lindruan of the lancaster Rec ord Secretary R It Motuingatar oi the Bowlibg Green News and Executive Committeemen T C Underwood- of the Hopkinsville New Era and R W Btowu of the Louisville Times President Moore read an Invitation from Walter Williams Commissioner to the Foreign Press for the Exposition urging the Kentucky editors to attend the Worlds Pair during Press Parliament Week beginning May J6 Mr Ford then stated the desire of the Kentucky Exhibit Association to have the newspaper men come to St Louis on Kentucky Day which would be fixed for a time to suit the Press Association Hesaid Thursday June 2 hart been suggested ns it Is Ken tuckys natal day It was fourth with unanimously voted that the Invitation of the Exhibit Association be ac cepted President Mooreiwas author Ized to consult with President Ford relative to the date This conlerence- rtBulted In the selection ofjune 2 It was then decided that delegates from the Press association be appointed to represent the organization during Press Psrllment Week a fortnight before Kentucky Day and President Moore was clothed with authorIty to name this delegation A committee to visit St Louis early In December to arrange with the exposition officials details as to the entertainment of the delegates during Press Parliament Week and of the entire Association Kentucky Day was appointed con sisting of Messrs Moore Landrutn Underwood and Hughes The coming MidWinter meeting of the Press Association was next discussion It was agreed that this meeting be held Friday December 11 5903 The first committee wU go to St Louis the week prior to the MidWin- ter Meeting and give a full report at the meeting when President Moore will also announce the delegates to the Press Parliament The Hender son Route extended through Its Tray cling Passenger Agent an Invitation to the Press Association to go to St Louis for Kentucky Day via Its sys tens and the Invitation was accepted The business meeting will be held In Louisville May 30 and June J One of the States best brass bands will accompany the Association to the exposition Tho Boat Remedy for Croup Fom lh Afchon Kan Dall Olctc This Is the season when the women who knows the best remedies for neighborhoodIn the world Is to be awakened In the middle of the night by a whoop from one of the children The croup reme dies are almost as sure to be lost In case ol croup liS a revolvers sure to be lost In case of burglars There used to bt an oldiashioned remedy for croup known as hive syrup and tolu but some modern mother say that Chaniberlans Cough Remedy Is better and does not cost so much It causes the patient to throw up the phlegm quicker and gives relief In a shorter time Gives this remedy as soon as the croupy cough appears and It will prevent the attack It never falls and a pleasant and safe to take For sale by all drug- gistsCASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho Slgnl1turQof A Novelty in Railroad Education The novel project of running a palatial special train froUl Chicago to New Orleans and return R distance of nearly 2 000 miles for the sole ben eflt of competitors was successfully can led out by the officials of the lilt noise Central Railroad last week Nearly mo general passenger agents and members ot their families were the guests of the Illinois Central during the trip everything Including musical entertainments In the obser vation ra being provided by the company had anyone unrertakeu to purchase the service and entertain ment provided the cost could not have been tar from roooo The train was 50 to speak an edition de luxe the Pullman Company certify lug that the new cars furnished were the finest ever manufactured by them and the engineers nnd train crew the most expert In the employ of the railroad company The novelty of the aflair consIsts largely In the fact that a lew years ago ralhoad companies strove to keep from competitors accurate knowledge of conditionszalong theirlinea of rail 7 jv 0 road Excluding he complimentary c feature the main purpose of the 111- 1nols Central expedition was to edu cate competing lines regarding the unexcelled transportation facilities a possessed by that company and the a possibilities which lie In the develop ment of the South Although prp gresaive men the general passenger agents who were on the trip were I amazed to learn that the Illinois Ceu tral now practically has a double track system all the way between Chicago and ew Orleans and a rock ballast ed rqadbed with few grades and a curves which Is capable of accommodating a an enormous volume of traffic They were also surprised at the phe uomenal commercial and industrial awakening which the South Is experiencing and they will spread the news regarding both facts for months to come In doing this they will be advertis- Ing the South most effectively antI promoting travel there from every quarter of the country Naturally the Illinois Central vll1 get the benefit or this for In short It has recruit ed II force of too live advertising agents Irons among the ranks of Its active competitors Under railroad methods In vogue prior to the era of community of Interests such an undertaking would have been hailed as suicidal A Good Name From personal experience I testify that DeWitts Little Early Risers areI unequalled as a liver pill They areI rightly named because they giveI strength and energy and do their eascW T Eastonj Boerne Tex Thousands of peqple are uling these tiny little pills In preference od all others because they are sq pleasant arid effectual They- cure lIlousnesil torpid liverjaundice sick headache constipation etc Theydo not pqtge and weaken put cleanpe and strengthen Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m s Hanna Issues Call Washington Nov J6 Senator Hanna Chairman of the Republican National Committee has mailed to each member or the committee a let ter calling them to meet at the Ar lington Hotel Washington Friday December 11 The call is also signed by Perry S Heath Secretary The committee will meet Friday to appoint subcommittees and Saturday morning will bear the claims of cities aspiring to be selected as the place of holding the 2904 convention Sena tor Hanna will entertain the members of the committee ats dinner at the Arlington on Saturday flight Decem ber t2 A Startling Test To save a life Dr T G Merritt of No Mehoopany Pa made starling test resulting in a wonder ul cure He writes A patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages caused by ulceration of the stomach I had often fonad Electric BItters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed them The patient gained rum the first and has not had Hn attack in J4 months Electric Bitters are posltlvel guaranteed for Dyspepsia Indlgestlor Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them Only suc at Z Wayne Griffin Bros m A Serious Cbarge McHenry Sandelur and Lawrence Duncan dl Daviess county says the Owensboxo Messenger have been ar rested on warrants from McLean county charging them with a serious offense They went to the home of Lot Annie and Jennie Lndwlck near Beech Grove Duncan represented hinjself to be Sheriff lice Sbort of this county and arrrsted the two girls They kept themoutseveral hours and subjected them to serlou IndIgnities after which they turned them loose to make their way home the best they could Sandefur was tried and held to the grand jury and Dunrnn Is still In jail at CalbooQ 1 ASuioIng- It Is said nothing Is sure except death and taxes but that Is not NfwDiscoveri troFblesThc VanMCer 61 sll bCdtown- w vi iral hjdarseve el1il qf Br qeJUJs and or Br tried Iery thing df but 1 rlt llcf One bottle of Dr Kings New Dls absolutelyIti g CoUt1l Gnp Pnunpia aud Con byzTrla1bciUf frR gIze5ocf p Teachers Meeting To be held In Cromwell Magisterial Dstrlct st DafWlli Npy mbcr 21 z83 f Organization o a m Devotional ExercisesRev Netter Miller WetcomekahlresaI Z Jones Response lrch Shields Spelling I How taughtB Ren row 2 DiacritIcal MarksRose Berryman Reading 1 tMetod and value of supplementary workDlrch Shields 2 Value ofati eprly reading habit r l1ck took CountyLibrary I Value to the- tcalaer oObeCromweli Magslera- lDistrictF L Sandefur Noon FtrRenage a Comparative vocal o- fvaiteO N Stew tt afld n C ioi1ere nt and the t1lwa1 meth cda nnc1 wbrrIn1 Iii ussd to on ad Crowder 2 Rules of Mensuration 11 lulrlldCharence Allen Ganmiiat zShould we follow one text book In teaching illustrate Mary Iolloway Physlologyaod Hyglens J How b t ttaugll 1Q much and what parts o besesiltsqharles Cr wder i Comppftiz How taught to be If f f r I r I t ra If the greatest value to the average upllFlora Gray Select reading by Mrs Ella Rogers Penmanship how taught how uuch and what kindS P McKen- 1ey History The value to the average ltIzenLonnle Leach Geography now taught to ob alu the best resultsMaggie Paxton Value of an education In any walk flifeJ V Jones Trustees i How dots the strict bedlence to the school law aid the choolJ H Stewart J W Duvall and T G Wilson Resolved That we shall have the ne trustee for his workAfJ Clarence tllenNeg 0 N Stewart The victory decided by T F Jone- rRecitationClarence Jones Duty of Patrons ns to teachlngehll dren at homeMrs Clndrilla Crowd er and Mrs Laura Autry Progress of the dIstrict association lames DeWees- eAdjournUent330 p m o U C CRowDER Pies MAGGIR PAXTON Secy Stepped AgaInst n Hot Stove A child of Mrs Geo T Benson when getting his usual Saturday night bath stepped back against a hot stove which burned him sverelr the child was In great agony and his mother could not do nothing to pacify him Remembering that she had a bottle of Chamber lains Pain Balm In the house she thought she would try It In less than half an hour after applying It the chIld was quid and asleep and In less than two weeks was well Mrs Benson Is it well known resident of Kellar VR Pain Balm Is an antiseptic liniment andespecially valued for burns cuts bruises and pains For sale by ll druggists rn POSTAGE STAMPS The Wasted Ones Net Uncle Sam Over a Milton a Year An experienced clerk In a branch post office uptown rays that Uncle Sam Is In pocket every year more than roooooo by purchase of post age stamps which never are used How many stamps he says do you lose trhough carrying them carelessly In your pocket and t1shlog them out again glued together and useless How many do you put In a corner of your pocketbook finding them again months later looking like anything but postage stampt Of course no body ever thinks of sending such stamps In for redemption Suppose the waste I am speaking of average 20 cents annually for each business man The total wound be enormous Hot weather was a great revenue maker for the government before the little oiled books came In but many persons lose their books and the average Is about the same Some persons artullly come back to the stamp win dow and ask If lost stmp books can be traced like bank books Another way In which Uncle Sam gaIns Is through tradesmen sending out letters Inclosing stamped addresseden velopes for replies which In the mn- lorlty ofcases are never used Some business houbeJ collect such envelopes and redeem them but few take the troule toclo thIs Think of the thousands of return postal cards too that are never used Lots of per sons are careless ofputtlng stamps on letters or papers and they fall off Then the matteris held up for double postage on the other end of the line A great many persons put on too much postage They slap two two cent stamps on a letter that would have gone for 2 cents It Is amazing how little Information usually Inform ed persons have about dillerent class es of mall matter They pay for It too and pay well The beauty of our postal system Is that the government gets the benefits of all mistakes New York Press RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A prescriptionFor Th S eat tkethi enough for 119unlnctllMlor nlllrorp- Will Weigh Over two Pounds One copy of the 25th Anniversary Christmas and Worlds Fair Number or the St Lmis Sunday PostDb patch out December 13th will weigh over two pounds There will be pearly i000 columns oreadlng mat ter and illuatatiuns The sotual cost of producing each copy will be over 12 centsbut the selling price will be as usullS cents Three gicat edl- tlons ira one e= J Constipation And all symptoms and Results of Indigestion bututl rsmnsd h tis ass ii DIIIOARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Moo phlIbwby DOt youp ofSiorgaoAealccnatapatjooa lrllon ud wprevajled- cr00 to try I by 00 om I sac dome peal good toL4ttalee ell sred to jipd hsII cur d pf th- uiaotiadeacf bodily allnuol is tI DOW lIIan ao do 01 0 ID L If IIIIthe It Is iuthotiod to rrsaIITH8 AMuRICAN PJlARMACAL CO- nvaasvIu l dI MOST FAMOUS OF LIGHTS Beacon at Eddystone has Saved Thousands From Graves WateryI No lighthouse the world over hRs as wide fame among mariners as that which stands fourteen miles ofT the coast of Lands Entl It Is perhaps tha most celebrated In the world It has often been used as an illustration by poets and preachers for no other lighthouse Is In such a lonesome or dangerous and none cost so much motley and trouble There are three keepers who there live with there families and two of them are always on duty white the third Is on the main cost enjoying a vacation They relieve each other each nlonthllio that none of the keepers remain on duty more than two months at a tithe This change and rest Is said to be absolutely necessary to preserve of the keepers The light house Is IJ5 feet high was erected in z88i at a cost of 5ooooo and rises from a submerged rock The first lighthouse ws erect 7butand was not replaced for a long Unie The second was burned down lu 2775 the third stood front 1767 to lasz and was anions In history YOU KNOW WHAT 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