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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f tII4 IIr M UqnblfcauSV I Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOUTB CONGRESSIONAL DISUICrI Subscription 1 a YearI YOLo XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27 1903I No 19 SCNLITZBAUM CONVICTED After the Longest Trial In Crim Inal Annals Here lie Is Found Guilty In the trlallol A B Schlllzbnum which was concluded here Wednu day Hartford saw perhaps Its fierce est legal battle tough to a finish Schlitzbaum was charged with em bezzllng money belonging to Illinois Central Railroad The embezzlement had Its origin In the alleged attempt or J W Boatner and A B Schlitz baum to defraud the America Hx press Company out of 28000 He hu been tried here In the county court for criminal conspiracy but waa acquitted Thla Is the second trial for ember2le meat the Jury having failed to agree In a former trial On the side of the defense were the law firmsol Ileavrln WoOdwardand Glenn Ringo while the Common wealths Attorney Wall uslsted In the prosecution by Hon H P Taylor The content between the attorneys on opposite sIdes over the examination of wltneases and polnta of law Involved was desperate and acrimonious throughout the long trial In sal thirtytwciwitnesses were examined Schlltzbaum being on the witness stand six hours Six days were required to examine the witnesses while the counsels spent three days in argaiue the case to the Jury mak lug nine days In all The fury was out only about one and one balI hours bringing In a unanimous verdict of guilty fixing the punishment of the defendant at one year In the penlten- tlary r During the progress of the trial a 1map which had been introduce4 in trials mysteriously disappeared and when the case was ready for argument It was discovered that the Indictment could not be found Con sidering the bitterness ot the struggle between the defendant and prostcut- lOD the disappearance tof these caused no little comment i The circumstantial evidence and- y I eyeD the direct testimony wove a network or proof around Schlilzbaam from which with all of his tact and shrewdness he could not extricate himself While he told a straightforward story yet he contradicted himself on former trials on several material points andthe other wit nesses were contradicted on many pointsTo those who heard the evidence the verdict came as nqlurprlsc No I one who has lgcestigated the alleged attempt or Doatne and Schlltzbnum to defraud the Axrerlan Express Co I doubts their guilt but It was thought by some that they bad managed their game with such skill and Sgnntng that It would be very difficult 0es- tablish their guilt During hia long cnfiaemtat- Scblltbaum has made some friends here who could not but aympathize with blm He came near braking down when the verdict was read The jnry which convicted him was far above tbt average jury and knownIwlthmore zeal and ability at this bat and he has no just reason to com plain NARROWS KY Nov lsMr Roscoe Wedding and Miss Minnie Daniel were quietly mar I ried at the residence of the bride Tuesday evening Celeno DurbIn of Louisville 1Mrs an Interesting sermon at the church here Monday even lug Mrs DurbIn bas spent several years In mission work In the red light strlct In Louisville and talks Interestingly about her experiences with the moral monsters of that great I city Mrs DurbIn Is a sanctified J preacher of the Christian denomination Mr Charlie Blacklock took his Ut- I tie four year old son Goebel to Louisville last weeekthave an elder- I l I Nth removed from fellows rHepuslied the pith up his 1 nose two yenta ago and although It had not been removed gave him lit tie trouble until a few weeks ago Mr E D Foreman lost n calf by death n few days sgo Ordinarily the death of a calf Is not news but this one was remarkable by reason of a perfect cross on Its right shoulder about which I wrote some weeks ago Rev Salvage began a protracted meeting at Mt Vernon Sunday night Rev Salvage who Is a Methodist minister nt an afternoon service at Oak Grove Sunday amused his an dlence by humorously remarking that he had held one protracted meeting since he came to the circuit at which he had seven conversions ud all or them Joined the Baptist church Mr H G Kirby is building a new residence The farmers are about done gather- Ing corn and hickory nuts A Pretty Girl LoulsvlUed Ky Nov 24Mlsa Ethel Bennett the pretty and accom pllshed daughter of Mr and Mrs D M Bennett of Beds Ky was enter tamed at the Willard Hotel In this city on November 24 by a number oC- her friends of the best people here Mill Bennett Is very popular among her new made friends and hope her stay will be long among u while we know her host ollrlends at Dada will be glad to see her return VOTE TABULATED COunt In HunterEdwards COn test Deferred The State Election CommlsllQu met Monday and tabulated and certified the vote cast In the general election or November J The tabulation of the vote in the special election for Congressman In the Eleventh district was postponed until Monday for fur therhRniij White clairndthat the election was not legal Edwards wants all votes for Hunter thrown out because he was not the nomInee of the Republican party and had no right to the log cabin emblem Hun ter has a plurality on the lace or the returns A Sclontlflc Dlacovory Kodol Dyspepsla Cure does for the stomach that which It Is unable to do fur Itself even when but slightly dls ordered or over ioaded Kodol Dya pepsin Cure supplies the natural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the Inflamed muscle 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 NORTON KY Nov 2sMeaara Ellwood and Charles Lee were the guests of their brother Mr Months Lce of Taylor Mines Saturday night Jesse Rock was In Taylor Mines Saturday A large crowd was In attendance at prayer meeting at Bethel church Sun day night Little Miss Pearl Muter Is sick with whooplngcongh Miss Nola Hoover or Barnetta Creek was the guest of Miss Kate Hoover laat week MrTbact Barnard left Monday for Owensboro where he has been sum moned to serve as Federal Juryman Mrs Richard Austin la the guest of her daughter Mrs Elvis Martin of Beaver Dam this week A cyclone struck the home Of Mr Van May last week and left a tiny vIsitorMiss Annie Leee Is the guest of Mr T W Lee Mr Elijah Hoover visited relatives at Barnetts Creek Saturday Mr Elvis Martin of Beaver Dam was In town last week Mr H J Richardson was in Rosine last week a Beautiful Cloar Sklos- Herblne exerts n direct Influence on the bowels liver and kidneys purify Ing and strengthening these organs hud maintaining them In a normal condition or health thus removing a common cause of yellow mothy greary skin and more or less of pimples blotches and blackheads socat J H Williams druggists m I AM GONE Will be Out of the Laws Reach by the Time You Receive this LetterJohn Heck Rockport KyNoy2SSpeclal This was the brief letter received In the city from John Heck who has disappeared from this place after ob Wising over a thousand dollars by rOCKing the names of prominent pea pIe to checks andnotes Heck forged the name or Dave Rhodes a prominent farmer to several check and It is said that he was attested at Paradise on the charge but later fixed things up and was ro leasedSome weeks later Heck It Is supposed after seeing his crimes were going to come to light left the coun try and no trace was lund of him until the above letter was received which according to the postmark was mailed In Canada Alter Heck had left several other bad checks and rorged notes come to light The banks at Hartford and Mr Dave Rhodes are the largest losers He has a wife and child here his wife says she Intends to go to her husband It la not known whether or not an effort will be made to capture Heck or not LITTLE GIRLS BRAVERY ThirteenYearOld Child Fear lessly Grabs Negro Burglar to Hold HIm Covlnittou Ky Nov a3Wak1Dg from a sleep shortly after r oclock this morning Florence Huenelel thirteen years Old boldly gappied with a burglar who wasat work plun dering the home or her father The child had risen from bed to get a drink when she heard a noise In the room of her parents which adjoins her own It appeard to her to be the low moaning of a cat and thinking that her pet which had been allowed to sleep In the house had laid down too near the grate fire she hastened to her parents room to run almost In to the arms of a colored man The terrified girl fearing for her parents safety caught the burglars hand and screaming to her mother kicked wildly at Iris shins Aroused by the cbllds cries Henne leld Jumped from bed and the burglar fled through a kitchen window Strayed One red heifer about twenty month old marked crop off right and split In left ear Information concerning Ita whereabouts appreciated Call on or addresathts office or U S Faught Centertown Ky FORDSYILLE KY Nov a5Miss Dora Holdermnu spend a few days In the country first or the week- Mr yv C Truman Is very low of lever Mrs Maud Bakers of Egg Ky Is visiting relatives here this week Mr W R Jones and daughter Miss MamIe visited Mrs A L Hudson of Hartford Irons Sunday until Tues day Miss Nancy Smith is visiting friends and relatives at Hartford this week Mr Fulton Smith went to Owens boro Monday and returned Tuesday Mr and Mrs Land St Louis via Ited friends and relatives In town last week Worm Dostroyor Whites Cream VermlCuge not only kills worms but removes the mucus and slime in which they build their nests It brings and quickly a heal thy condition or the body where cannot exist lSC at J H Williams Druggist m Outlook Gloom- yy There Is nothing encouraging In the Presidential outlook for the Democrats General Grosvenor of Ohio has not missed an election guess In a dozen or more years find he says the Republicans are sure of 263 electoral votes next year while only 239 are needed Only rS1 are conceded by him to the Democrats while 62 including New York ate doubUul The probability is tbat Gen ral Crosvenor has made a very conservative estl mate and that the Republican major ty next year will be greater than any one has yet predlctedPadncab Sun RENDER KY Nov 25Mr and Mrs J S Spence jvlalted in Central City last S ai- MraJ L Saiaburgof Central rl1 home Saturday after a- weeks wIth her son Mr P K Safsbalof this place MrL Myera returned to her home itt Island last Saturday alter reeks visit with relatives at this p Mii L Francis visited relatives at PoWder1 last Saturday and Sunday ift W S Vlck Owensboro was here Motiday- Mina Mollie Martin scialted In Tay for Mines Saturday and Sunday Miss ame Stanley left Tuesday for Illinois where she will make her fatal home Mr Qeo Baker of Central City w1i IntQwn Monday Messrs Albert Christian and W D Mc1Ublnnev of Central City were in town Saturday Mts W H Stanley left for HerrJn Ill this week i Miss tiiauverlyof Beaver Qamt vial ted in this city last week Mr Ncholas Barrass and son of Taylor iftne8 were In the clty this week Mr FUlmore of St Charles waa In town Sunday to visit Ma 111 Miss Anna Hooper returned Sun dayfroaaLinton lnd where she has been on as extendad visit Mr IiiP rkl of Owensboro- was9n town Monday Mr Len McG vock of Cloverport was In town Monday Dr H B lunls was In Hartford Monday Mr John Byers and family have moved to Rockport where he will make his future home Mr V U Powell of Louisville was In town lest week Mr L L Tnpp of Evansville was In Render this week Mr and Mrs WUlFalr went to Louisville Tuesday Mt C L Fulkerson of Jasonville Ind Is visiting his father Mr aaA Fulkerson at this writing There Is a rumor of a wedding to take place soon Mr Edla Herreliot Rockport was in town Sunday A protracted meeting was begun here this wee- kCurodof PIIosAfter 40Years Mr C Haney of Geneva 0 had the piles for 40 years Doctors and dollars could do him no lasting grad DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured him permanently Invaluable for cuts burn bruises sprains lacerations eczema totter salt rheum and all other skin diseases Look for the name DeWitt on the packsgell others are cheapworthless counter felts by Z WAyne Griffin Bro m SMALLHOUS KY Nov 2sMr Charlie Ferguson died at the home or his brother Mr George Ferguson Tuesday November xoof consumption His remains were laid to rest In the Bluff burying grounds Mr Urvill Bennett of Harrodsburg was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs J C Bennett last week Mr S T Hawkins and wile Hart ford visited the familtfs of Messrs Zach Reid and J R Hunter Saturday and Sunday Miss Annie Taylor Is visiting friends and relatives In the Liberty neighborhood Mr Owen Hunter Cromwell WBS the guest orhls parents Saturday and Sunday He was accompanied home by Mr Wayne Overhulsi who return ed home Tuesday Mrs Robert Hunter Is the guest of herr daughter Mrs Jas S Trunell UticaMr R D Hunter made a flying MBS COL E T GRESIlAY TreM urerDaughtars of the Confederacy d4entBrrrnd011 VJlhgoIm + rmont Sod ty writes the f letter from llorndonPairfaz coifntyVa Herndon Va Tho lermua Medicine Co Columbus 0 OontlemenI caU1ot speak too highly of tho valuo of Penna I believe that I owe my We to its Wonderful merits I suftercd with catarrh of the head and lungs In Its Worst form until Ask Your Druggist for a fre Hartford College HARTFORD Third January 11 Preparatory Philosophic Elocution Art EXPENSES often Twenty weeks advance11S Catalogue Circulars Correspondence SHULTZPresident E PATTERSON trip to Utica Satu lastMiss dayIKarl of are Addlng4tonT I Wllhrow and family and MI811 Alice Fulkerson Central Cty visited rplatlvrs attended the I Meeting and day daughter ot Mr Iglehfart Ison the list Meeting convened at Saturday and Sunday The Elder was present preached two excellent sermons Bogges present preached very able interesting sermon Several from place st Cetalvo Sunday Misses Bennett and LUlie Bratcher Mr toss Bennett Ma tanzas were the of Miss Annie Taylor Saturday night Birch Taylor of the Liberty neighborhood spent Saturday night with brother Mr P B Taylor Mrs Alfred Matthews or ntral Grove were the of doctors fAirly gave me up and Idi t paired of over getting well again INJnoUced youradvortleement andthsr splendid testimonials given by people been cured Peranaandde j termlned to try a botuo little better used a second and a third botUe and kept on Improving slowly d It took bit to erne sae WThey were worth II kingI rxaseer t me I talk Peruna to all yIdesdar and lim II true believer Its Col B J Creaham 1- 1TlioUianda of women their liver toPernna Tons of thousands owe thelz health to Perrino Hundreds of thot nasaropr infirry8uill is the Union Wohave on and agre multitude of letters with wrfttenper mission tot in publio print wheats can noverbq used want of apgcelA- ddress Tho Perrma Medicine 00Columbus 0 for a book written cape dally for Women instructively Wuatrlio ted entitled Health and Beauty Soap free towomeo 10 Peruna Almanac 1904 KY Term opens 1903 Courses of study Teachers Scientific Olassic Music and f II Tuition per term weeks OO i t in QQ Board per week 200225 I Students enter at any time and i free solicited ihO M W V Pres oil r Add Prentls Mr I ad Quarterly Saturday Sun I The little and Mrs Clinton sick Quarterly Equality Presiding and Rev was and a and this attended church evening Nora and guests Mr his and son guests I T j the by Ifeltbut but bottles Mrs owe uso for can also Mice Jennie Balls aqd Mrs Maggie FaughtThgrsday t Prof M Maddox Rockportr was thee guest qt his parent lest QatI l urday and Sunday Dfesers Lgnis and V alker i son have gone to Cairo I1t1 J Mr W Q Overhula went to Hart lord end to Mr Press Barnardegeart Beaver Dam Wednesday I 1 Mrs W T Howell Is quite ill at l this writing J Miss Flossie Matthew Central Grove neighborhood Is visiting rela tires l1erl t rr Dizzy Then liver Isnt acting wen YousujTerframbilious ness constipation Ayers Pills act directly on the liver For 60 years they have been the Standard Family Pill Small doses cure anc 8rts WaM your t1Iollaad or hutU m DwuUrW brown or rich Uk 1 Then ue c BUGKlfmHAMS DYENrto II D D DIAKEY ROBBED Of His Election As Circuit Judge in The Breathitt District OUTRAGES AT THE POLLS The State of terrorism which has existed in Breathlttlconnty for many yenta continues now to such an extent that little Information has ever reach ed the outside world concerning the manner In which the recent State jUt dlcial and county election was con ducted there and the methods adopted to Insure the defeat of Theodore Pe Blakey for Circuit Judge and James P Adams for Commonwealths Attorney to succeed the infamous Redwine and the famous Byrd respectively Breathitt county elections have been a travesty on a tree ballot under the rnleof the Hargls Callahan official lawbreakers In the GoebelTaylor election it will be remembered the late Jamea B Marcum was Republican Inspecter of the count In the court houseprecinct of Jackson which had gone Republican by a good majority Then Hargis Callahan GObelites refused to begin counting the vote un der various pretexts until hours after the dolls closed the purpose being to wear Mr Mttrcuu out and get him to relay his vigilance Finally by pre concerted arrangement the gang be gan firing pistols Into the ceiling of the courthouse itself In order to put out the lights and create a stampede In thcxcitement of the fusllade Mr- MarCnn was pushed out of the room and the door locked on him As soon as he was disposed of the count proceeded and a precinct that had nn doubtedlygone Republican by5o gave an n m ns GoebelHargtsealla has mnijorjty of 150 to 200 aSjthe wrl ter now recollects This Is a sample of the election methpdaby which the Hargis outlaws have maintained their grasp on- Baeathtttcounty and made themselves so useful to the State Democratic machine that the entire executive judl- clal and military power of the State Is at their command Stories of the election It Breathltt county a few weeks ago are finding thelr may out to civilization and are enough to make the blood of honest men boil with Indignation At Frozen Precinct the largest Republican precinct In the county there was a very quiet orderly election with a very large vote polled the Re publicans sweeping everything before them and even the Democrats admitting that the precinct had given nt least loo Republican majority Just at 4 oclock nccoording to the report received here the Beckham coldlers from Jackson marched Into the voting room ordered the Repub lican election officers out at the point of the bayonet proceeded to superintend the court of the vote to suit themselves and the Democratic elect officers They counted al night but did not announce the result and carried the ballot box and returns to Jackson Several days afterwards it was given out from Jackson that Col Delknap and the Republican State ticket had carried Frozen Precinct by 94 majority but that Judge Riddell the Hargis candidate for Circuit Judge and the rest o1 the Democratic local ticket had carried the precinct by a majority ranging from 40 to too which Is an obsurdlty on Its face when practically the only scratching was done by Democrats who voted for Beckham and the State ticket and for the Republican candidate for Circuit Judge Commonwealths Attorney and county officers This Is a sample of one precinct In Breathitt county and others were worse Mr Blakey the Republican nominee for Circuit Judge carried the three Republican counties of Estill Lee and Magolfin by the slpendld majority of 815 The Democratic county of Wolfe gave Beckham 334 majority butlude Riddell only carried It by Soy Mr Blakey went to Breathitt county with a clear majority of more than 500- IIls friends there both Democrats and Republicans say that he carried Breathitt beyond a question as there was an uprising of the people against Hargis and Callahan and yet the Democratic machine there counted the county for Judge Riddell by a ma jority of yoo or 8oo Their figures have never become lfixed or station ary Riddells majority Is on the slid Ing scale What Is to be done about It The honest people of l3reathitt are very Indignant and are urging Mr Blake y to contest But two years ago they had a contest there for countyoffices In which a democratic Judge appointed by Gov Beckham decided there had been such frauds and the election was declared off But the very man who had been elected by these outrageous violations of law were continuo ed In office by some sort of legal hocus pocus and James B Marcum who conducted the contest In court wes murdered because of his activity in showing up the HarglsCallahan outlaws As the result of the decision of the court the contests for the offices were repeated at the polls this year and the second election was worse than the first James P Adams of Magoffin county who was undoubtedly elected Commonwealths Attorney and count ed out has determined to contest the alleged election of his Democratic op ponent but Mr Blakey has not yet decided what to do In the premises He has no personal desire for a long draw out contest for the judicial office to which the votes of the people elected him and yet he and his friends feels that the outrages perpetrated nuder forms of law ought to be of ficlally exposed and made a matter o- cotut recordLexington Leader Trust Those Who Have tried I suffred froth cattarrh of the worst kind and never hoped for cure but Elys Cream Balm seems to do even thatOscar Ostrom4S Warren Ave Chicago Ill I suffered from catarrh it got so bad I could not work I used Elys Cream Balm and am entirely well A C Clarke 34I Shawmut Ave Boston Mass The Balm does not irritate orcaus sneezing Sold by druggists at So- cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York Nlgger Issue Jeems Cotton Bale Jouea is not ready to say whom he thinks Is She most available Democrptic Presidential pot- tsibjlity but he Is sure that nlgger should be the Issue He dopt care to have much said about trusts him self being a memberYellow Jacket Forn Bad Cold If you have a bad cold you need a good reliable medicine like Chamber lains Cough Remedy to loose andre lieve It and to allay the irritation and Infiamatlon of the throat and lungs The soothing and healing properties- of this remedy and the quick cures which It effects makes It a favorite everywhere For sale by all druggists m Healths DeCologue I Rise early retire early and fill your day with work 2 Water and bread maintain life pure air and sunshine are Indispensl ble to health 3 Frugality and sobriety form the best elixir of longevity 4 Cleanliness prevents rust the best cared for machines last the long est 5 Enough sleep repairs waste and strengthens too much sleep softens an enfeebles 6 To be sensibly dressed Is to give freedom to ones movement and enough warmth to be protected from sudden changes of temperature y A clean and cheerful house makes a happy home 8 The mind Is refreshed and In vigorated by distractions and amuse ments but abuse of them leads to dissipation and dissipation to vice 9 Cheerfulness makes love of life and love of life Is half of health On the contrary sadness and discourage merit hasten old age to Do you gain your livIng by your Intellect Then do not allow your arms and legs to grow stiff Do you earn your bread by your pickax Do not forget to cultivate your mind and enlarge your thoughtFrench Medical Review I What to do Uutll the Doctor Arrives One of my children was taken with cramp colic and suffered says S B Elzee of Monett Mo I tele phoned for a doctor then gave a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and a few minutes later a second dose Before the doc tors came the child was relieved For sale by all druggists m TO COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Jlromo QuInIne Tablets All drulf et reland tbe l110neyUltJaUe to cure L- wUroveeSignatureInoneach box Sic WhISky 6per Barre The State Board of valuation and assessment recently made the assessment of whisky for the purpose of taxtatlon fixing It at 8 per barrel Thisls the same figure fixed last year I WIG ETIQUETTE It Should not be too Thick and is Never Worn in BedAd vice to Bald Head ed r1en The bald headed mAn who is not resigned to his fate and who Is posted oar the etiquettes of wig wearing adorns himself witha faithful copy of nature which simulates his poverty Instead of her wealth For au artistic wig for a man Is usually made thIn or nearly bald on the crown so as to al lay suspicion When the wig Is ad justed to the mans head the pink scalp shows through the white net of foundation at the crown thus leAving n modest suggestion of baldness This Is the first principle of the etl queue of wig wearingclaim too lit tle rather than too much or natures coveringThis Is carried to a refinement of perfection by the wen who can afford the luxury of buying se- erall wigs for he may then make the transition from baldness to a semblage of his former sal coy yearsfwhich Is the aim ofall wearers of wigsA cardinal point In the etiquette of wig wearing is that one should not wear his wig to bed It Is not proper Some either form motives of healthor from an unwilllngness to shock the delicate sensibilities of their lamllles sleep In their wigs This practice is condemned unhesitatingly It Is unclean One should substitute for the wig worn during the day a simple night cap of muslin to Insure one against taking cold In the morning ae the last touch pf perfection to the toilet the wig should be delicately adjusted and glued to ones head If this adjust ment Is carefully made and if one Is wearing a really fine wig he may defy both wind and sunlight to be tray that things are not what they seemThis cartful adjustment of the wig is a most Important point It requires eternal vigilance since a single care less adjustment means ruin Along the edge of the wig of ordinary size are five spots about half the size of a penny where the paste or glue Is applied with which the wig Is made fast to the head The paste must be care fully applied since If it comes In con tact with the hair it destroys Its life like appearance A practice generally observed by the wearers of fine wigs Is that of dressing the hair In a variety of ways ThIs Is desirable since it suggests n natural head of hair yet this practice Is perfectly possIble with a really fine wig every hair of which Is separately attacked to the net foundationChl cago Tribune I W A Dangerous Month This Is the month of coughs colds and acute catarrh Do you catch colds easily FInd yourself hoarse with a tickling In your throat and an annoying cough at night Then you should always have handy a bat SyrupJSalt Lake City writes We use Ballards Horehound 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 rid efficient reJedy s5C 50C and 5 00 et J H Williams druggists The Republic of Panama Panama was one of the departments of the Rlpublic of Columbia It em braces the narrowest part of Central America connecting Costa Rica on the west with Columbia on the east It has an area o 31 oooaquare miles or onefourth less than Kentucky and a population of 325000 It Is travers ed by a section of the Andean range dividing the Atlantic from the Pacific It has numerous rivers falling into both oceans The largast the Tulra Is navigable for more than zoo miles The chief trading points are Panama and Colon The Republic of Columbia from which the Depac anent of Panama has separated itself consisted of nine departments It was originally known as New Granada and has undergone many revolutions the last resulting In the secession of Panama The capital of the new republic the City of Panama Is a place of historic renown Founded In 1518 by the Spaniards It was destroyed byMor gau and his English buccaneers In 16yz The new city built two years later occupies a site 4M miles irons the old town Located at one of the most interesting geographical po sltlons In the world the part of Panama Is one of the greatest importance It Is a hnlf way station for the com merce of Europe and Asia but Is as yet without a direct line to the AsIat- ic potts By the way of Colon and the Panama railway it is connected with Europe anti the eastern part of the United States by many ateamahip lines The list shows the opportunity there offered tt r American shipbuilding activity and transportation enterprise From Panama south there are two ocean lines the South American Stenlllship Company and the Pacific Steam Navigation Company The vessels of the first line go- as for south as Valparaiso Chile n distance of 3000 miles The Pacific Steam Navigation Company Is an Engllllh concern with headquarters at Valparlso It operates a fortnightly service between that city and Pnamt It runs eleven ships The North American Navigation Company operates a line between Panama and San Francisco a distance of 3940 miles It Is an American company with five vessels The Pacific Mail Steamship Company Is an organization more than half a century old doing service between San Francisco the Isthmus and New York with eleven vessels The Panama Railroad Is operated under a New York charter The ter mini of the road are Colon on the At lantic and Panama on the Pacific side ortysevenImiles and serves thlrtyfour stations The condition of the line Is excelleJt and Its equipment ample Till 188i the passenger rate between Panama and Colon was 25 In gold It Is now S4 In American gold either way The Panama canal will reduce dis tances between New York and San Francisco from 53244 milts to 5299 between New York and Manila from 59530 to ns85 between New Or leans and San Francisco from 14 P9 to 4698 between New Orleans and Manila from 19930 miles to 4698 between Charleston S c and San Francisco from 13199 miles to 4498 and between Charleston and Manila from 19465 milts to 1o89 The Boat Romody for Croup fronrthAtehlaosarr Dull6obe This Is the season when the women who knows the best remedies for croup Is In demand In every neighbor thingsinmiddle of the night by a whoop from one of the children The croup reme dies are almost as sure to be oat In case of croup as a revolvers sure to be lost In case of burglars There used to be an old fashioned remedy for croup known as hive syrup and tolu but some modern mother say that Chamberlans 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 liS the croupy cough appears and It will prevent the attack It never falls and a pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists a u 711a9TORLdDeus thetheKind Vol Hare Ahufs BoUgh 81gstreof 4JI As an argument for FreeTrade the Louisburg West Virginia Independ ant propounds this clincher When an Infant under the nursing process has grown bigger than his pa why not take away the bottle and let him feed himself Thata easy Uncle Sam let the tool Free Trader break the bottle once and it cost him dearly before he got another several of his Infants having died in the meantime Now he proposes to keep It handy by and all his children are entitled to Its benefits alike It la so resourceful that while the grown up infants use it the little Infants come In for their full share and get It Uncle Sam would be ungenerous to ask permls- slon to act the fool more than once In a generation A Sure Thing It Is said that nothing Is sure ex rapt death and taxes but that Is not altogether true Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testily to that Mrs ShepherdtownwBronchitis and for a year tried every thing I heard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely WhoopingCough byZTrlalbottle free Reg size sOC JI oi Trade unionists In Germany have been trying to keep women from do- Ing certain kinds of work In the fire tortes and foundries and the unions are generally against the employment of married women when their hus bands have work THE NEW WOMAN It Is now just about certain that except In the country and on farms the food or the avrage American fun fly will ere long t1 prepAred outside of the home The lioustkeeping of the future will be nothing like so vexations AS that of the present ill A number of temple In Brooklyn are solving the kitchen girl problem by the establishment or and eating club A building has hnrented as a clubhouse A competent chief and manager take charge of It at a good salary He employs walters IntI assistant cooks and help lIe also prepares the daily menu sends In to each household represented In the club and gets tlllt1- 01U11ys order for the day When the family come to dinner or luncheon of whatever the meal may be It le ready for them Each family get the best the market affords without the slightest worry and all cooking le removed out of the home The waiters are paid better than ordinary ones are and tipping Is absolutely forbid den all It should be everywhere Thus each household Is able to die pease with at least one servant and get satisfactory meals at reduced cost There Is every reason why the same system should be adopted even in vil lager The IndlvldualCamity kitchen and cook are doomed If housekeep Ing had kept up with other things In the of Improvements we should long since have had the eating club house maintained by the cooperation of Individual housekeepers Intelligent women determined to keep good tempered can manage It successfully in the smallest hamlet In this land The enterprise has been tried suffi- clently to Insure Its success The on ly trouble has been that the old woo man undisciplined to steady action has grown weary of clockwork regno larity and has wanted to go some where else when her turn to manage came The new woman Is drilled to pnstained effort and knows nothing can be achieved without It a A Good Name testilythatunequalled as n liver pill They are rightly named because they give strength and energy and do their EastonBoerneare using these tiny little pills In preference of all others because they are so pleasant and effectual They cure biliousness torpid lIverJaundlce sick headache constipation etc They do not purge and weaken but cleanse and strengthen Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro ni Wanteda Man Give ear unto my supplications o people Let not this prevalent prosperity And the cause thereof Have any abiding place In your political thoughts For I swear unto you 0 people That this same Infernal prosperity Is an enemy to me And everything I stand for My name and my purposes Are known of all men Im the same Ignomluous creature That Ml down pared the nails Of Groyers great toe with my teeth And forthwith seeing how things Did begin to turn out I rose up inmy wrath And some other clothes And smote this same Grover With the staff of my Indignation Behold a star rose out of the West A new star whose ample mouth Uttered many beautiful thoughts And straightway I did begin to make love Unto this most brilliant orb In aU the political constellation We were wedded Bryan and me And It might have been said of us Two eoula with nary single thot nut the fat of office was not Forthcoming under his guidance And therefore my lovefor him Has turped Into dire hate I am a grass widow Of my own nu king And Im lu the market for another SweetheartTom wants to get his arm Around my Importance And Mister Dave Hill ditto But I dont quite like the smell Uf their breath somehow Im fishing for some nice boy Who can prove Republican facts To be nothing but moonshine And can plainly demonstrate That Democratic gas Is the solid staff of life Hoping to hear from some of you Sweet boys by return mail I sign myself Yours truly Old Lady Democracy In want of a man Cot1iowlet I And nil symptoms and Results of Indigestion absotufelr remosd by the use of DRICARISTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Money refunded If you sre not pleated with result has cured thousands Why not you y IliAettaprnmleentmerchantofhtorranelK wnsupattooaa iedlettionaodwprevailed Llyorfiodn I Jrlcdbodily Icvn f now eM a welt man and doea not use aD medicine If MallItl we 158 o1nacrIlI to auttwrlnd touoadroar oonn- Tu0 AMCRICAN PiIARMACAL CO Qvanrm hod Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing em ever surpass it KingsNew For rOLUII A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back It It rail Trial aotnn fr Weak HeartsArc due to Indigestion NlnetYnlne everyone hundred people who have heart uoubla Indlcutlonheart disease not organic tie not only trUbl to but are the direct result of lad gestlon All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and- swells tho stomach puffing It up against the ofUIOdelicate but vital organ becomes diseased tanacbtroabltaptooathedKodol Digests What You flat- and retfeves the stomach of all nervow- suafn and the heart or all pressure 8ottIeonIt trWbwhichNUakPrepared by IG 0 OsWITTA 00 OHIOAOo ao YEAiB I EXPERIENCE l t TRADe MARK Dcalons- Copynoiys etc Anyone sendlnaaaketekaaddrcrlptlnnmay quickly r oar opuunn tree an- Invention Is probablypat moiler 000trtetlrrunedenllaLeAadBe oolaten4 rretaltDIa1llInlScientific Mlle without Joanro lat- heImericah 4culatlonh hllostrat0 weeks 1re at Nt ef any inuee wr ermbl3aurn fnurmonth L b al newdenlera Yorknranch i I em Preupt rotltit4 L Can Ja Impetue loss of wanaaed Stmtea- fadaalonb8prrsratonaa I r a NUfIIHfDItnIrImae fOCI a 8TRONO rIgor 0111 N4IIPrltl ou a a 1500alaI lllll lf IIIpltaeach Sax Ad- 1I1Wr tan UaIzetes 1I00t1Luoae- A3TLQUISo w MO BLACK DRAUGHT STOCK and POULTRV1- MEDICINE I r stook and poultry have few troubier which le bower sad Ifver iularittee Dl aok- Dmu Stooksad Poultry Modi trine rIi towel for stock It putt the or clIdigestion in a condition tAmeiican breeders and farm keep tboiKher sad dock hKllhY riririg thorn an looa1 io9 MediciBad Poultry 8tociifood Any stook raieor Aay 2XioDt airtight can of this medicine from hit dMlcr vigreoushealth y kandIPoultf Medicine if riot 25 cents for a samniejcan to the manufacturers Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Term J1oouIlU8o 0L Jet 8q 171fD1ckDrauyhl Stock sod Rtnltay- MedlotnIs Mock wM the me the getting a fine Pf noel better S PIIROGSIN01oNi n w f 1 CALEB rOWERS Writing a History of His Life t in Louisville Jail Will Tell The Story of Ills Youth and Ills Experience to Date Caleb Powers is writing R history of his life lIe has been engaged on 1 the work for sometime and expects to complete the task In two or three weeks In his book Powers will outline his experiences throughout his stormy career lie will begin by a recital of the story of his early boyhood of his A environment theteachings of his parents In the common schools and later at Centre college lIe will tell of his career as a college boy and of his loudness for argument and debate All of this will lead up to his aegair lug a fondness for political allalrs and the excitement of political contests Powers will then give a review of his political life of all Its storms and endless turpltudes lie will tell of his feelings and sentiments during the TaylorGoebel contest lu which his own position as secretary of State was In issue In an interesting man pet he will tell of his emotions when firat accused of the crime of compllei ty lu the murder of WllllRm Goebel The whole will doubtless be on Inter eating story of the emotions of a man accused of and sentence to bang for murder Powers la writing Industrouslyon this book and Is hastening It to com I pletiou as rapidly as possible lie has not yet determined whether or not be will sell the volume when fin- Ished Iu order not to be disturbed by the endless prosesslon of sight 1seers who come to visit him lu his I cell at the JaU he has asked the Jailer to admit no one to his cell without first sending up a card or a note stat Ing the purpose of the visit t Powers bas secured a good desk and ample writing material The desk is located undera window which give him sufficient light to work by r tduring the day At night he uses a lamp The convicted man Is displaying al I most abnormal Industry Ho arises at 6 oclock in the morning eats a I light breakfast and works contlunlllly with the exception of an hour or two for meals and exercise He retires about lip ni For exercise he uses dumbel1s and Indian clubs and takes I trequentlively walk up and down I his celt Powers has lately succeeded in bav lug copies of his Georgetown speech lu his own defense placed on sale lu Ohio Indiana and Iltlnolse He has also made arrangements for disposing J of his speech In other States Hebsa between 50000 and Iooooo copies I which lie expects to sell outside of Kentucky and It Is probable that the i edition will soon be exhausted T TostIstarling j 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 I so I prescribed them The patient I from the first and bas not had 5en attack In 14 months Electric 1 Bitters are positively guaranteed for Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them I only soc at Z Wayne Griffin Bros m IWe1ls In South Africa areas In South Africa the surface Is streamless and hence without a visible water supply Dy boring to no great depth though the desired article can almost Invarla ble be found says the New York Tri bone An engineer in the public j works department of the Cape gov ernment says that In the last five years the authorities have made 2000 I boreholes at an average cost qf tsoo each and at least three fourths of these have produced water Insatlsa tory quantities the dally output from such wells now being about 58ooo 100 gallons The Transvall government has also appointed an expert to study local possibilities I These facts are naturally of interest to manufacturers wellboning plants considerableImay expect to see that business mule tiplied many times over during the next Sew years During i898 1899 and 1900 applications for the use of 0 v rr Cape Government drills averaged about 500 annually and at present so largely leave these applicatiops In creased no fewer than a half a hun dyed drills arc in constant operation and the government Is said to have booked sufficient work to keep the existing plant fully occupied for nt least three years and further appllca Lions will therefore have to be met by large Increases of plant and by ex tensive private enterprise lu the same direction A Symposium From Life What Is the secret of success asked the Sphinx Push said the button t Take Pains said the window Never be led sold the pencil Be uptodate said the calendar Always keep cool sold the IceI Do business on tick sold the clockNever lose your head said the barrel Do a driving business said the hammerAspire to greater things said the nutmeg Make light for everything said the fire Make much of small things said the microscope Never do anything off hand It said the glove Spend much time In reflection said the mirror Do the work you are suited for said the fine Get a good pull with the ring said the doorbell Be sharp In your dealings said the knife Find a good thing hud then stick to It said the glue Trust to your stairs for success j said the night Strive to make a good Impres IIlonlIald the soul Turn the most of your good points said the compass De always on the lookout for a snap said the camera De every ready to do a good turn for any one said the crank Never take sides but be round whenyoa are wanted said the ball Sacrifice yourself that through you others may succeed said the orange Keep a good heart through you be drawn and quartered for It said the oak Memory Good at 133 A Philadelphia telegram to the Chi sago Cronlcle Pals Mrs Mary Mc Donald probably the oldest living person In the United State baa celebrated the one hundred and thirty third anniversary of her birth isthe home for aged and Infirm colored per sons In spite of her great age Mrs McDonald has a wonderfully clear memory and relates incidents of Gen Washingtons camp at Valley Ford RI- U they were the occurrences of a few days ago Among other things she tells how the patriots were supplied with food by the women of the neigh boyhood She was born at Frogtown near Valley Forge and reared In a Quaker family the decendauts of which have corroborated some ot her statements regarding ancient dates She has outlived every membrr of her family Mrs McDonald Is an Invet crate smoker and one of her chief de lights Is an afterdlnner pipe The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is Ii disease prevailing to tht country most dangerous deceptlvo blItheartpneumonia hear allure or are often the resin of kidney disease ii kidney trouble Is allowed to advance th- ektdneypolsonee will attack the- vital organs or the KlaneYSU1cmsclvcs break down and waste away colbycol Bladder troube most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure It obtaIned quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you KmersSwampbladder remedy scaldIngunpleasant necessity of beIng compelled to manytimesextraordinary effect of SwampRoot soon wonderfulSwampRoot pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fltycent and onedollar sized bottles You may have a sample of this wonderful new dls Jcovery and a book that tells all about It both nomeofaempltoo0 sent free by mall Address Dr Kllmtr Co BInghamton N Y When writing mention paperDontthe name SwampRoot Dr Kllmers InghamlonN GETTING to SLEEP Some Points About the Art of Wooing Peaceful Slumber All conditions must be favorable to sleep The bedroom should be quiet dark and airy Iu winter It Is better to have the window away up than to shut It so that a knife edged draft shall chill on exposed shoulder The temperature ofthebedshould be agree able Getting to sleep when hungry A hot water bottle In one case and a piece of bread and butter In the other will help tbings I leave It to you to decide which is for which A warm bed In afnter Is easily got but a cool bed In summer is not so simple a proposition However a sheet made of straw matting interposed between the regular sheetand the mattress will be found to mitigate sensibly the bore rorilof a hot night It preserves the softness Rpd springiness of the bed and yet Is pleasantly cool without being too cool Personally I find that sleep comes soonest when I have no pillows at all The next thing Is to relax utterly Remember that the torpor of the jaw lathe citadel of tension While that Is clinched no sleep can come But most Important of aU Is the dlsposl- tlou of the mind so that sleep can come The reason why we fall In tills- is the same as the reason why we fail on other things We do not very genuinely want to succeed Aswelle stretched out alter a busy day there are so many thoughts that we want to chase after that we drop the notion of sleep though we know that tomor row la another day on which we can think It Is all very well to say Dismiss these thoughts How to dismiss then Is the problem that each must solveHarvey Sutherland In Iwerybodys Magazine Worlds Fair March 1904 Mr John C Weber director of Webers Military Band of Cincinnati known as the Prize Band of America bar composed the St Louis Worlds Fair March I904and dedi rated It to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition It wilt be distributed through the passenger department of the II 05W R R Worlds Fair Route at to cants per copy The music lain sheet form nr mnged for tho piano being very handsomely gotton up with highly illuminated title cover Mr John C Weber Is not only a great Musical Director but he ball written some very catchy and popular milrcbes The St Louis Worlds Fair Minchls Ids latest success and will add furth er to his fame Mr Weber and his great organization of artists has twice defeated aU comers In national contests at Elks Reunions The latest triumph was at Baltimore Md on the 21St of last July when In a notable contest com posed of the leading bands of Amen ca won the first prize of t000 It Is confidently expected that Mr Web ers Worlds Pair March will become a popular air during the next year and every household should have a copy of this music Send to cents In silver to the undersigned and copy of the Worlds Pair March will be mailed to your ad dress MarkenyelopettWorldf Fair March Mention this paper when ordering O P McCarty GP A B O SW R R- Cincinnati O Minutes of TeacherS Meeting The teachers of Duford Maglsteral District met lu assoclation at Crows Schoolhouse November r3 2903 After singing Mr Ellis was elected Vice President and Mr W R Car son was elected Critic The teachers were enrolled as they responded Mips Naunle Moseley delivered welcome address Miss Stella Tanner recited Mt T Wade Stratton discussed have youJouud your callingIn a very able manner slid he feared he had not loud his calling But when a person found It should pursue his work with determination Should follow his own tendencies and after having found his calling or chosen hiss profession should exert himself to the utmost to make It a success Mr C K Carson discussed would you allow beginners In arithmetic a textbook Why Doesnt use a text book thinks the pupils cannot grasp the thoughts expressed in text sufficient by and prefers using symbols Recitation Allie Flelden Alex Porter gave a talk on his method of conducting a school said try to get the pnplls Interested Rule by kindness Used that first In every case We were then adjourned for noon Recitation Mnttye Moseley- A E Ellis gave au excellent talk on how to teach Geography try to explain every subject so ai to cause them to think We had au Interpstlng talk from Mr W R Carson on what was it Monday that made you so prompt on Tuesday Miss Nonnie Moseley discussed very ably how to secure a school Then had critics report and after President thanked the people at Crows for kind hospitlllty we were adjourned A E ELLIS Pres ArLm FmLDUN Secy FARMERSINSTITUTE Will be Held at Calhoon December 4 and 5 Col Ion D Nail State Commissioner of Agriculture wilt hold another one of his Interesting Farmers Institutes at Calhoon In McLean county December 4 and 5 The pro gram includes a uumder ollfirst class papers on subjects In which all farmers are deeply concerned to be read and discussed by those who have made a success of farming One of the Important features during the institute wilt be a corn and tobacco show under the auspices of the Farmers club of McLean county Col Nall is chairman of the agricultural oDd horticultural committee of the Kentucky Exhibit Association and has offered two cash prized for the best white corn shown two for the best yellow corn andl three for the- bes tobacco displayed Any grower In McLtnn or adjoining counties may enter the competition The samples shown will be taken to the Worlds Pair In St Louis next year for Ken tuckys exhibltInqulrer DEATH CHECKED MESSAGE Horrid Tragedy Enacted In Lonely Telegraph Tower w ij Clendenen a telegraph oper ator at Drown Pa a station fifteen miles north of Williamsport on the Beech Creek division oCtbelNew York Central Railroad was found dead in the telegraph tower Slowly after 8 odock the operator at Oak Grove Pa on the same road received this messenge from Clendenen Send switch engine quick to me I am being murdered byII The wire opened and not another word came A Switch engine was sent to the scene and reached Brown In a short time The body was found lying under the desk the head crushed In A bloody spike maul lay on the floor beside It Robbery apparently was the motive the watch and money of the operator being missing Clea dened evidently recocnlzed his assail ant and was about to wire his name when he was struck dead at the key Stopped Against a Hot Stove A child of Mrs Geo T Benson when getting his usual Saturday night bath stepped back against a lot stove which burned him sverely child was In great agony and his mother could not do nothing to pacify him Remembering that she had a bottle of Chamber rains Pain Balm In the house she thought she would try It In less than half an hour after applying it the child was quiet and asleep and In less than two weeks tWas well Mrs Benson Is II well known real dent of Kellar Va Pain Balm Is an antiseptic liniment and especially valued for burns cuts brulses and pains For sale by all druggists m Fair Association Indicted The grand jury has indicted the Warren County Fair association for permitting gaming on its grounds during the fair held last September The grand jury also returned an In dlctment against Attorney John Har vey of Bowling Green charging him with Interfering with an election officer YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING When yon take erovoe TaeteleM Chill Tonic be- euu e the formula le plainly prlntod on ever bottle howlnK that itletmply Iron QuinIne fn- ataeteleee form No Cure No lny ee Tho Kind You have Always Bought and which Las been in use for over 30 years has borno tiro slguatnro of mHl has been nlado under his per sonnl supervision slnco its infancycry Allow no ono to lceeho you in terls All Counterfeits ImitatIons surd uJustasgoml are bat Expcrhneuts that trifle with uud endanger the health or Infants and CltlldreuBxpericnco against Experiment What BS CASTORIA Castorin Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops nmid Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contnlu6 neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms null allays Feverishness It cures Dlarrhma and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures ConstipatIon and Flatulency It assimilates tiro Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels givIng healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaTho Mothers FrIend CENUINE CASTRIA ALWAYS Bears tho Signature of 6 nI 0 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TH CNTAON COMPANY TT MOeeAYTLT NCV Y01 CM5j RrASONS li t WHY ICounMassey Business Colle e LOUISVILLE KY 1 It is the leading Commercial School in Kentucky Q Its courses of study are thorough and systematic 3 gtnntonionthimmedtately upon graduation 4 We pay students railroad fare to Louisville 5 We refund upon graduation every cent of tuition paid to us If the 0 pupil Is not thoroughly satisfied r- o Write for Elegant CateIodue and Special Dlseouati I= Lees Machine Works I= OWENSBORO KY IWe are agents for the CHANDLERTAYLOR I l Ii COSselfcontained and Automatic Engines and a Boilers Also the Brown Fourvalve Engines II a Headquarters for all kinds of mill supplies WU C- It make a specialty of HAMMERING SAWS We C- Ii carry in stock Bolting Hose Packing of all kinds It Shafting Hangers and Pulleys Pipes and Fittings of all kinds Valves of all kinds IiWe can supply your wants on short notice Write us for prices or inquire from Mattingly Iirrweddell at Hartford Respy t Lees Machine Works IVOWENSORO KY aailcac aaaacc WHITES CREAM ORMS XDRmtFUDetLQoent E For ZO Years HIs Led an Worm Remedies eoaua zY ATaiPrepared b7 JAMES F BALLARD St Louis ForS ale by J H Willllams Hartford KyI Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles Does this record ofmerit appal to you No Cure No Pay SOc Enclosed with every battle Is TceDtpackage of Grova black Root Liva Pills 8 I zr Hartford Republican Issued by ttio Ilnrtlonl rnbIebingCompany- pcconro1wED V K HITIIJlllCorxszyraox sO CumborlanA 3m Quch 170 00 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27 OUR NEW GUISE We greet you today in our new form many of our readers and patrons will there be who can hardly realize that it is really the Old HARTFORD REPUBLICAN for in our new form we present quite a different appearanceMany our readers have at our earnest solicitation given us their views as to the best way to make THE REPUBLICAN a better and more ad mirable paper and they who have expressed themselves in the matter have with few exceptions recom mended that we increase the volume of our reading matter We recognized the fact ore these inquiries that each week good and valuable news items fell by the wayside because of our insufficient space and we have long been considering the virtues conveniences and beauties of an eightpage paper as the means of serving our readers and patrons in a more agreeable and satisfactory manner than we have been able to do in our old style and in distending our pages from four to eight we hope to give to our readers such additional reading matter as to more fully merit their continued patronage and that the general public will feel an in creased interest in us to that extent that we may glean from it additional patronage andsupport With best wishes for allwe greet you Note our career whether lowly or exalted THE Hartford Herald says i It the Kentucky Legislature should pan fin educational ballot law It would Jar the Republican party of Ohio county out of ser nol hundred rotm and mote both the State anal ganty Democratic for all time to come Now brother you should not have said so much for you have hurled to the public the only reason why the Democratic Legislature proposes to pass an educational ballot law It would jar the Republicans of Ohio county out of several hundred votes Would it A clear case of proposed legislation of the most excessive par tisan nature Democrats recognize their inability to defeat the Repub lican party of Ohio county by just and fair means so they propose to pass a law that will disfranchise hun dreds of Republican voters It is be coming manifest in this county as it has long been in most parts of the State that Democrats propose to win even it they have to eak bitter partisanship into our supposedly im partial Legislature to help accom push what boodle and other corrupti ble means has failed to do VIOLATORS of election laws are a criminal class of no less odium than the highwayman or the murderer They strike a death blow to American society which relies for security and endurance on the freedom of every American citizen to vote as his con science dictates and his right to have that vote counted as cast The bal lot box stufler the fraudulent count er of votes and intimidator are allas much enemies of peace order safety and happiness as the burglar or the assassin If the ballot box bt corrupted or degraded in any way law lessness is installed in the Legislature and on the bench Can anyone fail to be aware of the result The Leg islator elected by unfair and lawless means will legislate the Judge ob taining office in the same way ad ministers the law for the favor and benefit of those whoso crimes placed him in DOwer It is simply a routine business lawlessness begets a disre gard for law and order i IN a recent uprising of Phillipine Moros in Job three hundred were slain outright and remained on the field many wounded dead and dying wore carried oil by the insur gents Gen Leonard Wood led the American troops and directed a their movements during the five days of severe fighting Only six Ameri cans were wounded BLACKBURN Beckham and Weis singer seems to bo the Democratic probabilities for the United States Senate Of these three Beckham will win by the cohesive power of the machine That will leave Bill Thorne Governor of Kentucky All this does not indicate that Kentucky Democracy is ready for a change to higher aspirations and better men DEMOCRATS are still trying to fix upon an issue for future campaigns but according to the latest dispatches they are beginning to split again on what shall be the issue Why not let Mr Bryan determine tho paramount issue for Democracy a third time OWENBBORO is to have Iree library Secretary Archer of the business lions Asaoctationhas receivednotice that Andrew Carnegie ie ready to pay over his donation to maintain the institution Work will begin in a short while on the 30000 library building THE lower house of congress passed the Cuban reciprocity bill just ten days after convening in extra session for that purpose It is now up to the senate to pass the bill It will then be sent to the President andreceiving his ratification it becomes a law CHARGES have been perferred against nineteen members of the Lou isville fire department for alleged lootingindulged in by them during the recent burning of the Old Masonic Temple TILE passage by Congress of the Cuban reciprocity law will mark the completion of the promise made to the Cuban people by our martyrd President McKinley Six weeks is a very short while for us to rest but Bryan can only stay in Europe that long So we will have to try bard to rest before his return THE James Howard case now pond ing in the Kentucky Court of Appeals was continued until the first of Jan uary Duel to the Death Edmonton Ky Nov s3R E McCandless and George E Price fought a duel to the death here this afternoon Both men had pistols and emptied them at one another at close range Price fell In his tracks and died almost instantly McCandless was mortally wounded The cause of the tragedy is not known but It is be Hewed to have been an old grudge Quick Arrest J A Gulledjje oi Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a se vere case of plies causing 24 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly ar rested further inflamation and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro Druggist m BEDA KY Nov 25Mrs Hosea Shown has returned from a visit to relatives in Davless county Mrs Sally Bennett Is the guest of Mrs L B Tichenor Rev Cantrill filled his regular ap pointment at Shinkle Chapel Sun dayMr Herbert Shown who has been ill for sometime is improving- Mr W R Carson and family were the guests or Mr and Mrs Edward Shown ot Barnetts Creek neighbor hood Sunday Mrs Rupert Bennett Is visiting relatives in the Barnetts Creek neighborhood this week Little Millie Sanderfur daughter of Mr and Mrs John Sanderfur of No Creek was severely burned Monday Mr Fielden Bennett and little daughter Gerdle visited the family of Thomas BennettPrentis Saturday and Sunday Miss Stella Tanner was the guest of Mrs Hosea Shown Sunday night A Remarkable case One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marlon Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She saysIThe coughing and straining so weakened me that I ran down weight from 158 to 92 pounds I trie ayaluntil1 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 Griffin Bro m Coughs uMywife had a deepseated cough for three years I purchased two bottles of Ayers large size and cured her com pletelyJ H Burge Macon Col Probably you know of cough medicines that re lieve little coughs all coughs except deep ones The medicine that has been curing the worst of deep coughs for sixty years is Ayers Cherry Pectoral Thru ilicf 2k SOC St All drnrrliU Coniult your doctor If he ufI take It then do ai sets If he tells you not to take It then dont take It He knows Lean It with him We are wllllnlf J C AVER CO Lowell Mail PROFOUND THOUGHTS A Former Ohio County Citizen Ad dresses us in Words of Wisdom EDITOR REPUBLICAN Observing an article in your paper embodying the contents of a letter written by one Ohio county friend to another and bearing the title Profound Thoughts is certainly entertaining to any one that has been enabled to push aside for a moment the curtain that obstructs from view a world as it seems and our world as it realty is Being a citizen of Ohio county for more than four years and having many acquaintances there I naturally enquire to whom are we indebted for the deep thoughts contained in this article Surely this is a time in our worlds history when very one should tnlnk of the deeper things of life Too many are contented to remain on the surface ot lifes sea therefore few delve beneath very few if any aver reach and dredge the very bottom as it were and breathe the atmosphere of tt hidden world enjoyed only by those that live not for sell alote but for the good of their fellowmep j The life history and teachings of such men always find a bright page in the history of world Thousands f men breathe move live pass off the stage of time and are heard of no moro Why because they did not partake of the good in the world and none were blessed by them none could point to them as the means of their relief from distress not a line they wrote not a word they spoke could be recalled and no they perished their light went out in darkness and they were not re membered more than insects ot yes terday Such men would never have opened the secret chambers of the mighty deep aud extracted its treasures and made the raging billows their high way on which we ride as a tame steed They would not have claimed the ele ments of fire and water to the crank and at our bidding compel it to turn They gavt us not the forked lighting as our play thing all of which we owe to the deep thinkers of our scientific and mechanical world Were it not for the sacrifice of self lab desire and the great interest man ifeated by some the race of mankind would perish We must aid each ether in order to bring about the de sirable conditlousand solve the great problem of life From the time that the mother binds the childs head till the moment some kind assistance wipes the death damp from the brow of the dying wecannot exists without mutual help It is just as important to learn to let go as to hold on Anything that is an impediment or a hindrance to the elevation and upbuilding of mankind in gener al should be expugued from Mr mindsLife is too short to dwell upon things other thin those of benefit If we keep the mind filled with the things only which cat hrl mankind up aid 01 in the world progress for the better conditions is the sure re sult f We need all we can get of knowl edge sunshine encouragement and inspiration in this life I too can say welldsciences adding revelation is the proper course for our seeking knowl edge of the hidden things of life that we may be more perfect in judge ment I myself have neglected these studies and lave but a glimpse of the 12000 STOCKOF General MerchandiseTO BE CLOSED OUT AT COST AND CARRIAGE IN NEXT SIXTY DAYS We will make a change in the firm January 30 1904 In or der to do this we are compelled to close our Stock out as nearly as possible Beginning Saturday morning November 28 we will sell everything in our house at actual cost and carriage until January 301904Now is the time to buy all of your Winter Goods at wholesale prices We have a complete stock of most everything that the people want Big stock of Clothing Ladies Wraps and readymade Skirts all new and uptodate Come early and get first choice We have a complete line of Furniture Wood and Iron Bed steads Dressers Wash Stands Rocking Chairs Etc all of which will be sold at co- stSaturday Morning Nov 28Our books will be closed will not charge goods to anyone dur ing this sale All that are owing us on book account or note will please settle as early as possible We want to close our business by January 30 1904 We will still hold our reputation by paying the highest pri estfor all kinds of produceTobacco Shaved Hoops Etc tRespectfully t WIT1 0NJ OLATON K UV- S things I should be very familiar with have never penned but few lines for the public eye and will here state if these few thoughts gathered at random and written the same do not staid the righteous attack of criticism willing am I for them to be trailed in the dUSt of oblivion WALTER GREEN Paducah Ky CUBAN BILL PASSED BY THE HOUSE By a Rising vote o 335 to 21 Every Effort of the Democrats Under Leadership of Wil liams Defeated The House of Representatives ten days after assembling in extra ses sion In obedience to call of the Presi dent passed the bill to make effective the Cuban reciprocity treaty by vote of 335 to 21 The dissenting votes were about equally divided be tween Republicans and Democrats but there was no record vote minority having too few votes to or der the yeas and nays The Democrats under the leader ship of Mr Williams sought to the last to secure amendments to the bill in accordance with the action of Democratic caucus but were de feated steadily Mr Williams made the final effort when he tried to have the bill recommitted to the Ways am Means Committee with instruction to amend but a point of order under the special rule providing for a vote on the bill without intervening motion was sustained Mr Williams closed the debate for the Democratic side and made an ar i ratngnment of the Republican policy j of protectionisetts made the closing speech on the I i Republican side others speaking on i that side being Mr Hepburn of Iowa I and Watson of Indiana Mr Brous I sard Democrat of Louisiana opposed the bill and Mr DeArmond Demo i crat of Mlrsourl supported It The announcement of the passage ot the bill censed only a slight demonstra tion 3 100 Roward 100 toloarnuegntfacontilutloaeldueaeelrequire tanh Cure la taken Internally fiction directly yterntl7bolldlnlfture In doing IU work Tbe proprietor han no offer falls to cure Head for list of Addree P J CIIHNKY Hold by Druggist 7tc tlltlmoalalaJHalls Family Ills are the r r AiBw bt Blgutu if aThe occupants of county bastlle ThanksI accomplishedehostess of the new Commercial Hotel I Bost Llnlmont on Earth I M McHany Greenville Tex writes Nov a 1900 I had rheu matism last winter was down in bed goteof a bottle of Ballards Snow Lint ment I used it and got two more I bottles It cured me and I havent felt any rheumatism since I can thes tism For rheumatic sciatic or neuralgic pains rub in Ballards Snow Liniment you will not suffer long but will be gratified with a speedy and effective cure 25c Sec Druggist t No Matter Where Your Farm Is Locate- dII soil it for you I soil on commission I quoto your a bw figures on farm land 70 acres near Palo f6so 100 acres 4 miles from Hertford 950 135 acres 4 S II 800 60 acres near Beaver Dam i6oo 173 acres fine bottom land six miles west of Hartford on Rough rlv erCHEAPgoo one mile from McHenry Good farm improvements or har- dCI20O 120 acres near Macon Mo at 50 I per acre 400 acres near Callos Mo at 50Iper acre 400 acres near Bevier Mo at 3550Ian 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 theseare great bargains See me for a better description List your property with me I have calls every day for farming land S Ae Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY HOlidaYo place In city Send for our Illustrated cat WISESIANtttiDN132Loulsyllle xy OuX IS 3f OOHL X U9u IJead tihsKind You Hin Wurarj BevUJ Jof 4 1 L 1 L t H Special Values For tho next ten days in Seasonable Merchandise in which ovary household in Onio county is interested Qualities that speak for themselves Prices that competitors dare not meet Value No IBoys Corduroy Knco Pants ovtra heavy well made from 5 to 15 years a ready seller at 75c our price 50c Boys Corduroy Long Pants 14 to 19 years the kind that sell for 150 our price 12- 5Value No 2Lndies good everyday wear Golf Shoes seamless hack rivited seams well pegged soil overywhoro for 125 childrens same 75c to 90c our price 100 Value No 3Ladies fine allwool Kersey Jacket with or without collar threequarters length nicely lined and well made throughout in castor or black a garment that sells everywhere else for 850 or 900 our price 500 Value No 4Extra size heavy cotton Bed Blanket the kind that soIl elsewhere for 75c our special price 59c Big size Bed Comfort well quilted and padded a regular dollarandaquarter arti cle our price 100 Besides these SPECIALS wo have our shelves loaded with big values that wo have not room hereto mention Come and examine a stock which is superior in QUALITY and lower in PRICE than you have been accustomed to looking through r hQ PLACE IS i Siu c Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27 Go to Carson Bros for Guns Malaga Grapes at Carson Bros Read Davless Co Bk Tr Co ad Oysters Fish Celery at City Res taurant Everything good to eat at City Res taurant Highest cash price paid for Furs at Sam Bachs City Restaurant most up to date place In Hartford I Myl Myl what nice soup you get at City Restaurant j Dont fall to see Carson Be Co for Cloaks and Overcoats Get your meals at City Restaurant Everything firstclass Carson Co want five hundred bnshels oi hickory nuts Sam Bach wants your Furs He will pay you highest cash price See our big assortment ol Collar cUes CARSON Co W H Moore the meat shop man will pay cash lor Hides and Skins Bring your Turkeys Chickens Geese Ducks Eggs and Feathers to Carson Co The hunting season Is now open and you will need a Gun and Ammu nition Carson Bros have them OSTEOPATHY Dr DW King is at Mrs Lou Collins Examination and Consultation freetiA protracted meeting began at Waltons Creek Baptist church Itut Sunday The pastor Rev cW P Drake assisted by Rev Klmble oi Meade county are conducting the services j Childrens Furs at Pairs I Newest In Millinery at Fairs The new Golf Gloves at Fairs I Carson Bros will pay cash for Furs New Leather Wrist Bags at Fairs Mount Melllc Center Pieces at Fairs Crushed Leather Beltsthe latest at Fairs The late things In Shirt Waist Sets at Fairs New Sofa PillowsCords to match at Pairs New Xmas Rugsbeautiful pat ternB at Fairs The best place to buy a good Over coat Is at Fair s New Flannelette Outingsfor Waistsat Fairs Plenty Ladles Misses and Gents Underwear at Fairs New shipment Jackets and Ready- MadeSkirtsat lairs Fairs Xmas Books are on exhibi tlonmake your selection now New Turnovers Collars Hair Plus Side Combs Stick Pins at Fairs Biggest line Winter Gloves in Hart ford at Fairs from loc to i 50 pair Big sample line Ladles Handker chiefsa bargain at Fairs see the window Dr A S Yewell Osteopath room 12 Commercial Hotel Hartford Ky Examination and Consultation free Dont fall to get In a guess on our big candle We are going to burn the candle Christmas CARSON Co J T Moore oi the Snlpher Springs neighborhood this county tSB mem ber of the Federal petit jury at Owe Bboro at the praseuttrmof Federal Court The new Lace Collars at Fairs Mrs Long mother of Mrs J B Ward Centertown died at the latter home and was buried at No Creek Wednesday Troubles incident to old age was the cause of her death Hartford is soon to lose one of her best citizens in the person oi Mr D M Hocker He and his family will leave soon for Corbln Ky where they will reside in the future The Floating Studio is now at Hart ford until January i 1974 Our prices on many oi our better grades are cheaper than ever It will pay you to give us a call before going elsewhere Mr E G Barrass our Circuit Court Clerk elect has ben in attendance at court during most of its pres ent term familiarizing himself with the duties of his office which he will be called upon to assume the first of the year Strayed from Hartford about jive weeks ago one red heifer about five or six months old has white star in face and some white on under part of body has been dehorned ears not marked will pay for her return or Information as to her whereabouts L T BARNARD Hartford Ky We are just In receipt of a new lot of Genuine Flannel in length from one to three yards put up in 100 bundles Big lot of Blue Calico in too bundles Black Satlne 50 cents a bundle Woolen Dress Goods and Toweling that we sell at 5c to roc per yard Now is the time to buy rem nantt CARSON Co Mrs Jno G Keown Dead Mrs J G Keown after a lingering illness of several months died at an early hour Wednesday morning The immediate cause of her death was the dreaded Brights Disease Mrs Keown was one of Gods noble women by nature gentle kind and lovable She bore the pain of her ex tended illness without murmurason ly one ol Gods children can She was a devoted Christian having been a member of the Methodist church for a number of years and had during that time done much to advance the cause of her chosen faith and had en cleared herself to the whole citizenry oi our town and to all who knew t her + She leaves a husband all bowed down with grief an Infant son relatives and innumerable friends to mourn her loss Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist church by Rev W T Miller at 2 oclock yesterday after noon in an approplate and impres sive manner after which interment took place in Oakwood Cemetery v A Good Citizen Dead John F Felix died at his home about two or three miles east of this place Tuesday night He bad been sick a long while of typhoid fever and was thought to be getting along well but an unexpected hemorrhage consumed his strength and deathen sued almost before his friends were awareMr Felix was one of the countys best citizens and in his death his lam lly and friends have sustained an lire parable loss THB REPUBLICAN extends tokens of sympathy and condolence to the bereaved ones Little Child Burned The threeyear old daughter of M John W Sanderfur who lives in the No Creek neighborhood came near burning to death Monday afternoon The line one was playing near the fire and attempted to light some paper which she held in her hand by ringing it in contact with the fire in the grate This brought her so near the fire that her clothing were soon fu flames The mother was summoned by cries of pain and extinguished he childs clothing as quickly a possible but not until the little ones react bands and face were burned so adly that the skin left the flesh Dr A F Stanley was summoned and reared the wounds and at last re ports she was doing as well as could be hoped for J B York Wins 2500 In the grand guessing contest con ducted by the Louisville Herald the subject matters of which was the umber of votes the Govenor of Kentucky would receive this year the mutest bas been decided In full and J B York of Roslne one oi Ohio countys best citizens won the second prize which was a 2500 eight room louse and lot Mr York was at this ffice before he made his guess and re- iarkedtous that he was going to bave a slice of the 10000 r PERSONAL MENTION OF THOSE WE SAW G T Tinsley Render was in town TuesdayJ Render was in the city TuesdayV Mosley Render was in town Tuesday C K Reneer Centertown was here TuesdayW Bishop Ceralvo was in town Tuesday L C Morton Centertown was in the city Tuesday- H B Bishop Ceralvo was in the city Wednesday O R Tinsley Beda was in the city Wednesday J F Robertson McHenry was in town Wednesday J J Wilson Beaver Dam was in town Wednesday J M Bishop Centertown was in the city Tuesday- E E Rhoades Centertown was in the city Wednesday W P Ashby Centertown was In the city Wednesday F L Sandefur Roxey called to us while in town Saturday- V M Stewart Beda called at this office while in town Monday- J T Rowe Centertown remember as in a substantial way Friday Sam Keown the Fordsvllle Marshall called to see us Saturday- W P Render Matanzas called to see us while In town Monday Miss Ida Park City visited in Centertown and Ceralvo this week Geo W Rowe Centertown called to see us while in the city Saturday- J T Rone Centertown called at- this office white in the city Monday Clarence Overhulls Smallhous called to see us while in town Satur layEsq J M Graham Dundee made as a pleasant call while in town Mon layL E Reneer Centertown made us pleasant call while in town Mon lay Esq C L Woodward Beaver Dam iadeua a pleasant call while in town Friday ReV L W Tichenor Matanzai csliced to see us while in town Wed n sday Uncle Samuel Keown Fordsvllle visited his son Sherlfl Cal P Keown yesterday Uncle John Shown Bcda made us- a very pleasant call while in town Saturday U S Fdught Centertown made us a pleasant called while in town MondaySylvester Barnes of the West Prov- Idence nelghborhoood was in town WednesdayGeo Rowe Centertown made us a pleasant call while in the city WednesdayMrs McHenry who has been with us since early spring re turned to Louisville the first of the weekTwo of our townsmen Messrs J W Ford and Rowan Holbrook are on a trip to New Orleans and points in the Sunny South After an extend visit with her daughter Mrs WT Woodward Mrs P A Paul returned Tuesday to her home at Donlphan Mo Mr W M Fair of the arm of Fair Co returned Wednesday from the Eastern markets where has been buy Ing additional fall and winter goods Col C M Barnett arrived here Tuesday from Owensbsro where had been to attend Federal Court He will remain several days with his family before returning to his business at Louisville Marriage License Edgar F Drake Dundee to Jessie Westerfield RoscoCWeddingSulphurSprings Sunnydale I to Minnie J Daniel Olaton Daniel Carden Shreve tojtEva Green Barretts Ferry Charles L Fulkerson Jasonvllle fad to Georgia A Roark Mc Henry For Sale A firstclass young horse four years old well broken to work anywhere jail on or address this office Land Sale For School Tax By virtue of taxes due me as treas urer of White SJCommonllSchool Dis rlct No 30 Rosine IwUl on the Ith day of January 1904 expose to lubllc sale at the Court House door lu Hartford Ky the following lands irlz Acres Tax Ambers Luther 30 2 31 lyers John i town lot 2 50 Hack heirs 15 4 12 Central Coal Iron Co 200 4 20- Otto Mrs Sarah i 8 =2 62 tfyers John zoo 4 oo fierce Mrs Mary house Be lot 2 12 Reddish Mrs Hanna house lot 2 37 Lolph W H x town lot 2 55 R L BOYD Treasurer Horse Branch Ky By virtue of xesdue me as treasurer of White Common School Dis trict No 27 Balz town I will on the 4th day of January 1904 expose to public sale at the Court House door in Hartford Ky the following lauds viz- Daugherty HO 20 341 Crowder Susan admr lot R P Daugherty 50 3 II Oliver John D 31 4 31 R L BOYD Treasurer Horse Branch Ky Skirts CLOTHING Men Black sizes 35 42 260 elsewhere 500 Twenty Youths Black Worst ed 14 19 250 where Mens allwool heavy Suits colors 35 42 450 where 750 assortment Pants all sizes elsewhere 150 a 250 all prices ROBBERY AT E keleton Keys Found on Men Ac cuced vllle Ky Nov 25The Tocery store oi R H Palmer obbed here night of 10 a cash and a few hours the srangers were arrested y Constable Daddy and a number of Id coins which had been taken from almers cash drawer were found on hem In addition to the coins skele 3n keys of all sizes and shapes a tailed States mail boy key were und The men refused to tell their ames and would not talk It is be eyed they came into Madlsonvllle on be Illinois Centrul freight train Tbad Barnard Beaver Bam was a ember of Federal grand jury at r wensboro during the term of Feder t Conrt there this week loss of Flesh When cant eat break st take Scotts Emulsion Vhen cant bread nd butter take Scotts mulsion When you have een living on a milk diet and rant something a little ourishing take Scotts mulsionTo fat you must eat al Scotts Emulsion a fattener agreat trength giver Those who have lost flesh rant to increase all body issues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all Jone flesh blood and invalids for con alescents for consumptives weak children for all who need flesh Scotts Emulsion a and and a natural onic Scotts Emulsion for bone lesh blood and nerve We will send you a free pictureinthe of every boW of buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl SI NY 50ctndli all druggist PPPPPPPPPAPPPPPPPPPPPPP I Quick Sales Small Profits I We have our shelves loaded down with all kinds of Good direct from the Eastern markets and if it is real Bargains you want call and examine and =Ii get our prices on Dry Goods Clothing Hats iBoots Shoes p It Trunks Telescopes big lot of Comforts and Woolen Blankets and in fact to everything found in a firstclass uptodate store We also purchased a big lot of mM uptodate Ladies Jackets Readymade and Childrens Cloaks and a big Z lot of Furs prices that are oyoopoliers 41 Twentyfour s Clay Worsted Suits to Clay Suits sizes to at else 425- Twenty all sizes to else Big of and colors 100 from to Big line of Boys Suits MDISONVI1XE of Crime Madison was during the alter obbery two and the you you eat more is reat lerve For or is rich comfortable food sample Emulsion you I at at at OVERCOATSA splendid Beav er Coat 400 elsewhere 674 SHOES Hamilton Brown for men every pair guaranteed 125 La tShoesallJACKETA12 Jacket for 9j a 10 Jacket for 8 an 8 Jacket for 5 and so on down the lino SKIRTSA 6 Skirt for 425 a 5 Skirt for 375 a 4 Skirt for 250 a3 Skirt for 150 a 150 Skirt for 100 Childrens Jackets at all prices weIwe can arid will save you money Yours for trade Ins lAND SAlE fOR TAXfS t By virtue of taxes due me as Sherifi- fOhio county Ky I will on the 17th day of December 1903 expose to public sale nt the Court House door In Hartford Ky the lollowlng lands vlz EAST IIARTPORD rRECINCT NO1 Here Tai Austin Mrs Mallnda 20 3 c6 Baltzell Mrs Cynthia 126 4 I2 Coghill w H 90 6 90 Coghill W H agent for A R Shaeklett 30 5 20- Cblnn T H 65 to 4u Daniel E M 13o S o5 Gillespie R H I town lot 3 35 Gray J Z So 5 70 Hurt Mrs M J 60- II 50 3 45 Hoover S E 55 5 20 Morris J T 75 730 Maple L M bo 4 70 Richardson T H 74 575 Sullenger Frank B 162 9 85 Sibert S H I lot 6 25 Thomas J W 4 4 70 Wright Mrs Nancy 45 385 CoxS K agent for Mrs Jennie Moseley I lot 7 30 Howard Bud 30 4 65 Tracy Dan F I lot q 75 WEST HARTFORD PRECINCT NO2 Chapman Clint S7 12 95 Carpenter Mrs Maggie I lot 412 Duke S E I lot 7 30 Davis LB 145 1640 Martin Wm H I lot 4 45 Nall Miss Margaret I lot 6 So Render Lonnle II4 21 10 Thomas J H 35 7 30 Ward Leslie M So 12 40 Yeiser Mrs V 217 1685 McKernan Mrs Same 38 445 Miller EM 6 8 36 GlllespleW G I lot 5 20 BEDA ON 3 Beard CT 58 10 48 Bennett Mrs Sarah 26o to 6o Carson Mrs Jennie 5934 942 Hoover Mrs Susan E 233 F 40 Hoover Louis 22 4 65 Hoover L C 313 1894 Hatcher J W 90 6 24 Johnson Mrs Annie 86 730 Maples Thos H 4o 5 I8 Miller A G 49 5 87 McCor111lck Ben F 196 13 78- Mills Warren Ifl 4 22- Newcomb elM 86 3 45 Patton Jno T 53 5 71 Ralph 4 H 18 3 65 Shown rs7Sallie 76 677 Stewart RA t Ito IOSI- Sanderlur Jasper N 75 945 Smith Horace 20 440 Smith Luther 20 3 40 Travis Frank IS 412- Whltta4er Tasse 78 6 58 Westerfield DA 224 9 95 SULPHUR SPRINGS NO 4 Buuger LT 10431 1631 Bozarth Ira So 8 36 Baxly C E 196 1388 Coots Pal 3834 7 83 Coots W P 20 4 65 Coots 0 F 20 7 57 DukeW H agt Elmore hrs80 830- Eskridge V C 36 4 65 Feemster D P 45 6 35 Fitzhugh Jas 200 13 66 Huff Oscar 43 550 Hurt Lafayette I5 3 22 Hines biro Sarah to 7 30 Lynch Jno W 25 385 Miller Mrs P E 65 788 Martin Wm J 33J1 4 34 Miller J L 44 7 78 Neighbor Geo zoo 8 52 Peach A J 7 3 50 Russel Geo W toy 7 52 Smith A L 4 25 6 24 Stevens I C 53 571 Toms AT 4131 677 Toms Verble 65 7 30 Wright Wm T 78 5 IS Wedding W L loo 7 30 Willis OP 2 8 74 Young Wm T 7 3 38 Russell James 4731 8 40 Wright J H 8o 6 25 3IAGAN PRECINCT NO 5 Allen E J 6o xi o5 Babbitt Mrs Harriet 75 7 30 Baughu C B 20 4 25 Baughn T P 75 5 20 Cappalte Uriah 70 S 20 Coleman C n 58 52 6oiFarmY I i I town lot 3 20 Hamlllon Mrs Lucinda 25 4 60- Mldldfi Mrs Lucretia 181 1085- l1umtt B D 90 10 65 Mldldfi H C 97 7 55 Pool Mrs Eliza 35 3 30 Roach J I85 680 Spencer Jno W 49 6 25 Turlor J T 521 6 25 WeddL g R A 75 6 25 Whittaker D F 75 450 Wimsatt J A 137 8 40 Westerfield CD 146M 465 Westerfield I C 48 415 Cecil Frank loo 6 25- CROMWELL PRECINCT No6 Austin Sallie M 80 6 25 Baize S P 90 6 S5 Bracken J J loo 14 90 Brown J H 6 423 Cox J W 75 I town lot 14 00 CaseblerV A 95 I I So Douglass Mary C 214 4 65 Douglass RD I town lot 4 15 Embry J T I town lot 4 6o Fulton J W 40 5 20 Fogle J P 5o S So Ferguson Nancy J 123 730- Gilstrap P N 85 7 So Tames E H 50 630- Ktncalde M 5M 4 40- Klmley C kI 85 840 Leach S W 112 635 Oglesby R J 40 9 25 Plummer S B 1741 2 town lots 27 20 Roach L M ISo S 35 Shultz J J 2 5 20 Shields W H 91 830 Stratton J P 75 4 15 Taylor C S 140 7 40 Wilson J W 85 890 Herald M A I town lot 3 o6 Davis Mrs J A III 3 35 Gllatrap P W I town lot 3 6o lodge Mrs Donla 110 7 30 Jarnagin W S 48 460 Taylor Jno H 220 615 COLORED LIST Booper Wood I 375 Moore Henry 2 3 90 Tlch nor Henry 67 5 20 Borah Jett I town lot 4 IS COOl SPRINGS PRECINCT NO7 Adkins Mrs Nancy 117 415 Brown Jas M 95 1085 Baggerly Jesse N 50 465 Elliotte Kitchens 120 730 Elliot Luther Zoo I6 oo Hoops ThoA 55 4 65 Hudnall Ltander Tr 120 940 Hill Had E 127 880 Kitchen Bras 146 13 95 Kennedy Mrs Martha E 75 625 Maddox JaJ Thos 156K 7 35 Payton Pobt 220 6 5o Williams Wm J too 6 25 NORTH ROCKlORT PRECINCT No8- Ahly R C1lot 7 35- BrowuJS 50 785 Drown Wm P17 440 Brown S M17 415 Baker Richard 5140 6 80 Campfield E D1lot 5 29 Cargal JosH2Same 1 lot 780 Graves Wm P1lot 6 25- HarrelAM 1 lot 730 Heck Mrs Nannie P 1 lot 6 75 Heck J Nagt for Mrs Do- raMcGheo1 lot 306 Robertson Sam 132 950 Robertson Clarence Dl10t 576 Southard Mas Amelia A6 306 Williams H Cone lot 4 65 Williams Jas A one lot G 25 Williame Joo Gone lot 785 COLORED LIST Render Elijahone lot 360I SOUTH ROCKPORT PRECINCT NO 9 Benton Mrs Alice one lot 520 Brown Mary E 140 625 Campfield Geo W act for Cyn thia A Campfield 1 lot 306 Dunn Geo T 5 6 25 Eogler Len S 75 i000- Fulkereoa TI D60 520- Fulkerson Wm Derry 60 520 I Ham MrsMartha Jooe lot 5 20 Jackson Sirs Sally B120 1525- Jacksoo H D15 575 Kirtley Albert S 75 570 Litley Elisha 75 660- McConnellJoe B13 465 Stow H A gdn for Henry Stom285 323g Stom II A123 1690 Taylor C G126 12 50 Wilcox Mrs Emily Dl33 1269 SELECT PRECINCT NO 20 Butler A F 190 12 6o Butler J T 26 415 Dock VB 25 3 60- Daugherty T J Io 4 55 J Embry E A 5o 415 Haorn PM 58 4 35 Langford M F too 840- Mor1ls R P 40 390 OlIver diary E 32 360 Smith Chas 205 6 25 Taylor Guvley 1x5 7 3o Wall Henry 70 oJ 25 HORSE BRANCH PREciNCT NO II Arnold David A 200 II 8o- Arnold Mrs aVltula 40 3 25 Arnold Mrs Martha 39 3 75 Allen Franklin 24 4 00J Alford Andrew W 120 I town lot 7 oo- Aabby Jno R zoo 625 Bratcher Joseph A 14 315 Bratcher Enost 200 1615 Beasley Calvin P 6o 4 65 Coy James 200 1155 Day Elizabeth A 140 7 40- EmbryVnt P 50 465 Ferguson Wnt R 6o 5 So Keown Sam HJr 90 500 Lane Hardin F 5o 5 20 Morris Almorsou 20 3 6o- Raymen Christopher C 1So to 20 Renfrow W J ZOO 5 20 Sorrels Edward 5o a 15 StringfieldlVash J 20 3 30 Swift Sill C 20 4 15 atewart Tno H 40 5 00 Stewart VIrgil A 6o 4 65 Thomas Nathaniel T 256 II 6o Thomas Geo J I town lot S 75 Vandiver Wm 120 4 So Wilson Jesse P 66 6 So ROSINE PRECINCT NO 12 Austin R H l lot 4 IS Austin W B 35 4 IS Allen Jno H I lot 360 Austin CT 105 6 25 Awtry Mrs Elizabeth too 3 70 Ashley S E 20 380 Ashley J M 32 5 50 Ashby H M I lot 4 15 Austin Ed 117 9 00 Baize PD 31 435 Burton Dock 54 4 65 Boswell E L too 6 25 Crowder LP I lot 5201 Davis Ben M 166 7 30 Dabney J W 77 5 70 Duke R T 40 37O Faught T L 47 4 65 Gray R F 72 415- Goodwln JnoB 200 G 55 Hall Jas C I lot 3 6o Hines Jim B too 8 4- 0IlerZT 2 465 Jones Mrs ME 100 360 Kuykendall Mrs Martha I 3 o6 Leach H C too 6 25 Leach L C 65 9 35 Lewis Mrs J W t lot 415 Likens R P 76 815 Minton M J 6o 435 Myers J D 97 7 30 Miller L J 66 5 40 Nelson Jno W 5o 465 Nelson Toe H 50 4 IS Otto Mrs Sarah S 4 6S Peach WE I town lot 3 35 Park LT 58 4 90 Raymer E W 65 3 75 Stewart W J 100 5 70 Shroeder Frederick 6o 435 Shroeder Mrs Rosa 5o 6 25 Shroeder Isaac 8 335 Shroader Noah 50 625 Stewart Mrs Mary A 114 565 Taylor Mrs Susan L 240 I2 6o Wright Thos 5o S 80 Wright R M too 5 20 Wright LT 70 8 5o Westerfield Jacob 97 5 3D Wilson J W 2 town lots 570 Wilson N B 3S 4 45 Wilson Clarence 30 6 00 Zigler B F 50 6 25 Liles Robert 50 5 70 zICRENRY PEECLWCT NO 15 Chinn Geoltown lot 52o- Deno Wm N1 town lot 415 Fields J 111 town lot 415- Fulkeraon Sep P100 t 70 GrowbargerWm 1 town lot 3 80 Growbarger Wm J101 735 Hazel teve1 545 Kelly WmG1 6 80- Sladdox Wm A 295 2120 Maddox agt for Jno W Hunterl town lot 325 Porter J C1town lot 840 Parks Finley 49 5 70 Reed Fred0ue town lot 570S- huJ1 Mrs Cynthiana one lot 3 60 Sharp Allen agt for W N o Sharp one town lot 4 65 COLORED LIST Jackson Nelson admr of Mariah Jackson one lot 3 GO Walker Jno D one lot 4 5 CENTEUTOWN PRECINCT NO 16 Ashby M L 100 1055 Ashby M E26g 570 Barrett J L 4U 6 20 Bishop E T90 9 42 Bishop Brothers one lot 6 60 Brown CL one lot 625 Carter J Monelot 5 70 Curtis JA ono lot 14 20 Oalvert M138 10 00 Everly F E60 820 Phipps Mrs Eliza one lot 1185 Rosa AiV 58 2r55- Smiloy J J IO 465 Simpson Mrs Nancy 526251o- oley Mrs Susan 50465Williams A J 56 7 30 Warden J B one lot 465n- ULLlloc rnECIXCTFO 27- Addington A F770 rowlI1 ortb11i 40- 0IIrownJaelr PJ S60- nrown Claude l0 402- nrown l Warren 12 514- Calloway 31re Itacbelt town lot 412 IVUUN ITeln by Ed E Clover1i S 2- 0FnikereonWtnC CPO 730- Stenrman Wni JIGO 520- Tlchonor Mn MorplOO 110- Wltbrow Jno Tc1S 77- 0E8T FORDSVIUE PEEOINCT NO 18 Asking W C22 465 Anderson G N96t 625- Barham I Ernest169 D 85 Beatty Jno D 50 595 Carden Jno S1 350 Clark Jno A05 625- Casteel SVIu 70 J 4ft Cheek J W109 69 Cooper C 1185 570 Daniel Rally 59 325 Egan Gco1 570- FonlT 11146 3542 Guess Mrs Georgia1 2 OI Hun Sirs A D135 12 Head Robt 99 910 Hedden Elazar Sr250 1000 Huff Jno H55 730 Harder J L 1 lot 840 I Hart Henry A 63 510 Jone Arch320 19 30 Kelley Alonzo S90 i 85 Loyd T h Srl town lot 1030 Lampton Mentervillo1 415 Marlow Yilber 10 405- Matthews E W42 540 Martin llm H45 G 00- McClary Robt 415- Midkifl Fred 35 Ooe town lot 7 80 Marlow llviuuO 840 Matthews E W1 town lot 7 80 Oller An 1 town lot i 30 Poole Wm B45 495 Petty Henry 21t 440 Rusher Shermau2 3 50 Sopher Carl 875 625 Smith Martha A 22 360 Truman L So174 13 00 Truman L We76 5 70 Thurman Wm D GO 625 Wright Reuben Gtln for Phillip Brooks hre 1 lot 3 60 Wedding MrS Kate 1 lot B G- OWhhlor O H103 1860 Whitler C B1 town let 415 COLORED LIST Hines Ewing22 62- 5V JOBDsrIUE PRECINCT NO 19 Baize Newton R 14 4 35 Crowo Ilenry C80 625- CrolVe Miss Maudo1 300 Eskridge Julius80 920 Gillespie MaryE110 730 Johnson C W40 520 Johnson Kate28 415 Kirk W G265 3560 Kelley Goo P45 905- Lord C R 97 965 Lee Jno 11130 12 70- Magan Joeie28 306- Midkiff J W50 5 70 Newton Wm D95 520 Newton O11ie40 415 Pool Loyd17 415 Spencer Geo 1160 4 i5 Smith N Ba100 8 40- WilliamsonM J30 4 05 Whitten P M8 415- Johnoon Walker 1 lot 465 Murphy Jas F 30 385 Sapp Henry C40 i 55 Spencer Wm25 f 20 TNAVILLE PRECINCT NO 20 Alvey Jno C45 415 Bickott t M 100 730 Baize EF 70 1185 Bruner Mrs W A158 1210 Bristow D B100 D 05 Bickott W T1 town lot 5 70 Crowe Mrs Ellen 157 6 25 EeVeese V2 415 Hamilton M L120 1070 Hobbs J W33 4 40 Hug R A100 G 25 Hull Scott40 5 20 Harrison Miller 65 615- HoobsSC 48 490 Hardin T J 330 1920 Payne H L 30 4 05 Phillips Sol 415- Pryor Louie 50 3 60 Payne Frank18 3 65 Taylor A P53 415 Teel 1 G 1 3 35 Vogel Henryl town lot 4 05 SIIREVR PRECINCT NO 21 Basham S L 86 7 35 Crrden J P 4 415 Crawford W F 21 415 Carden Tas 54 585 Cobb Joel L 55 890 Dowell Rufus 230 y 85 Grant J E 27 4 05 Huff D P 100 7 20- Mldki0 Estill to 3 70 Mason C I6o 8 40 Miles T H 52 770 Robinson W T 53 500 Robinson Joe 35 390 Stone J M 5o 5 20 Matthews E A 28 4 65 OLATON PRECINCT Ito 22 Gentry Mrs Mary B 6o 465 Hurt Mrs M A too 5 20 Ross Robt W 75 4 65 StClalr Jns D 16o 23 75- SteRrman Thos T 5r 4 oo StClair A W So 17 30 Wilson Geo W 41 475 Wilson Geo W 75 68on- UPORD PRECINCT NO 23 Allen Wesley Lon 43 7 25 Chapman Palestine 49 518 Hoover JonAthan II I lot 5 71 Smith Chq 8 J 38 SUllth WIU I lot 4 92 Smith Wm P 55 7 30 Taylor Henry G 1 lot 3 70 Taylor Vra V 75 88o Williams Dudley 87 8 47 Hoover W F too 13 70 Hoover Jno M 41 825I- IARTIETTS IRnCINCT NO 24 73IChapman Hardin ISO 4 65 Chapman Wilson too 741 Ford Sallie T 1Go 92 30Iloo 24 Greer Coleman 40 3 6o Gaves T J gdn for Parthen la Gaves heirs 75 3 33 Hohelmer Mrs Mary 61 6 24 Kirk Geo N 141 5 72 King Dudley P 34f 518 Simmons Wm H 7o 4 65 Westerfield Tno H 57 4 92 Yates Temple R 8o 5 50 Hawkins Jno H 63 640 Hicks Wm T 75 5 20 Kirk Annie 75 3 50 URFLtN PRECINCT NO 25 BenneltReuben A 5o 836 Jones Chaa L 6o 741 May Nelson T 5o 4 12 Price Surrono 112 10 42 Sanderfur Wm V 40 5 34 Simmons Henry C lIB 9 64 Tyler Geo A 5o 6 77 CIRLtLVO PRECINCT NO 26 Allen E T S6 5 20 Curtis TB 69 95 Davis EdIO 360 Decker Amos25 335 Fulkerhan Mrs Susan 141 635 Williams P A one lot 5 20 Williams AT ooo lot 1050 POINT rLIIAUKT ramxcrr ro ro- nthop Tho J4IS 1010 Cox Joo 116 463- Co5man J hlOoI 815 Cary U ll to 670 Eaaa lIeul71 town lot 412- Hadon II L O 60 Janes3lr Naaey E 16 412- Mabrey UfDl1II4 466 were s U Dloo 111- 48hakttt Jeu KItown lot 620 NARROWS NO 28 Brown W H 75k- r town lot 1155 Coppage Mrs Martha 4 5 70 Condor Askins 265 1050 Coppage J F 37 8 40 Coppage R F 47 715 Day Grant 34 5 20 Davidson DC 20 7 30 Foreman G B 82 730 Harrison Nona S7 5 20 Johnson W B o20 Sanders W S loo 1050 Wilson W C 30 410 White J M 1o 7 aS Wade Ed D 70 10 8o Westerfield Baden 115 IS 40 UALra rSanxcT 09 Fuqua OIpU 465 Farmer OUbert t4 600 Oltr Samuel JPPPP0 670- Greer J ApPPP PMv 403- Oreer U ApP70 4 05- llardln W1PPPPp118 510- Lltey Juoe12 eta LIttle C N II 415- 1fcCnrtT11 r1 166- 6Slclheanou I W IOR 74- 6MntlnJ 1tPpG ass Martin Will 82 626- Italph 31re Nnry 140 416 lIalphlilepbenEp M 110- Weterlell Clint T70 630 COLORED LISTE IIARTPORD Moseley Geo I lot 4 IS Moseley D F t lot 3 85 MoseleyParthcna I lot 2 55tNan Mrs Anuy I lot oJ 15 1 Nall Mrs Jemima I lot 2 8oa Nall Geo W 2 4 40 Parks Wm 3t 6 25 Parks Chas I lot 465 Tinsley Henry I lot 280 t to Tichenor Ed t lot 4 6o lWEST HARTFORD Eldson Geo I lot g45 Grub Riley I lot 4 IS- LlndleyVts t lot 360 NON riESIDIiNT LIST Drown Richard Tone lot 2 55 Butler G C 158 5 70tCecil C S if 4 Carson Robt P 190 7 30 Dalton W A 190 7 30 lIzt1I W W 250 5 20 II1cka Wm I 75 4 15- Kuykendoll Mrs M Eby P W Tabor ngt 6 25 TlIJordj town lots and 3 18 o Yates Matilda 1663 G 25 Morris T C A F tlo Io 5o Neal Louis J 100 to 50 Russell Zack 5 3 G- oSchultonJnoJ 8o 4 IS Smith J D 8 2 30 Steveus L W I town lot 2 55 Simmons Mrs Mattie 95 7 85 CAL P KEOWN S O C Force of Habit When a Democrat sees n rooster nt the head of his ticket his Judgment gives way to force of habit and en thuslnsm No difference what the party Is guilty of or who is running on the ticket he votes for the rooster regardless of consequenceaVellow JacketCASTOR IAFor InfAnta and Children The KInd You Hare Always Boughtt B6ara tho Signatnto p tD1f3SS ttn CllllunTT C E SUITS BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW nAnfFOHD JeT IIOhIoATTORNEY Af LAW HARTFORD KY Labtraeteaaalohotaqty OIllCtl north Ide public gnara R n WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD Ky IenelonAltornytad luruloerlorOhloColin I ty Office over Ohio CouotJ link 3- r1tEAVRIN l DWARDIlI toC heys atII- Astroao CI It- 7111 prectleetheir profession In all the Caorts- of OhIo county and Court of Appeal tillelalntteutlonglrn crlminalpractle and collec- tloo OClre next doer to nook of Ilarnard W H BARNES Attorney at Law rYllATroanWill practice hl profession In all thCoorta of Ohio nod adjoining tOUUtlH and In the Court of Appeal tltrlct attention will be siren tu all busineseentrnted to hacare CuUectlosa D peel Ity Office tourthouIIII RHEUMATISM I and other ills produced by diseased kidneys can bo cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you are not satisfied your money will be fully refunded cheerI Ask you Druggist 25c 1 ARGON OIL CO1 I 130 West Main St Louisville Ky I To Cure a Cold in One Day DysrTake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets d7VV onevery Seven MlllIon boxes sold in past 13 months This signgam JQ 2550 j L 1 MI +F433 F3333ddd3 FFd Fi ++ +F13AF33 FLcF4d3 I33 d + r33dd33 ++ Here Priend f MINUTESIi 1 andriwe want to show you what a splendid lino wo have iFirst wo will talk about our lino of tencent Coverts t I M for Shirt Waist Suits Those goods como in dark red tv and brown mixed dark groan dark bluo and white f jl mixed Just tho thing for street wear school wear and 1 othor sorviccablo wear t Coat Suits wo have all tho latest Novelties I iFor in price from 50e to 175 Our fiftvcont linoI best to bo found anywhere These como it f + wool Colorsdark green medium and dark t I brown navy cardinal and black Beautiful quality 50 inch medium dark bluo Lustre at 75c Also a full j lino of black Lustres from 5Qc to SlQO A fine lino of black Dress Silks in Tailota and Peau do Soio Also t i an elegant lino of colored Silks for Waists at 7Co and I SI All colors in Velvet for Waists A Velvet Waisti i as quito the newest thins out and there is nothing bet tor for service IIt A handsome lino of Vestings for Shirt Waists Deli I cato shades of bluo and pink fleece Pkh at 15c a yard Old TOSO and white in very heavy quality at 25c per yard Yardwide Madras beautiful only lOc a yard regular 15c grade Our readymado Underskirts are to bo had in Knit j It ted Wool Flannelette and black Sauce ranging in tprices from 50c to 225 Also a nice line of Tailored I Skirts These aro splendid values ranging in prices i+ I INowGoods that wo havo nothing but Dress Goods for wo 1 nave us largo n stock of Clothing ns aily house in OhioiCounty and if you will qnly como in and look + ice cnn savo you money Wo do not mark up prices t- I in order to fall Wo simply mark our goods in plain figures at a close price and treat everybody alike Big f- lines of Childrens Suits Boys and Youths Suits Over coats and Rain Coats A splendid lino of Over rills Call for tho Diamond brand tDont forgot that we make Millinery a specialty and j + closest prices And as for Shoes and Boots and Rubber Footwear I wo have always been leaders in this lino and wo will I continue so Como to seo u- sEconomy i r ii I Store- f Mrs Sara Collins Smith Manager I ++++4+1f+++++++++++4++ 4-r tlI DoYoiTake Quince Its 10 to 1 you do if you are a victim lof malaria Dont Do It Its Dantforous admit it will euro malaria but It loavesI almost deadly after ef- fectsHERBINE Is purely vegetable and Rimrantood to euro headache biliousness and all stomach kidnoy and liver complaints TRY IT TODAY 50 Cents n Bottle All Druggists ForSalebyJ Ht Williams Hartford Ky ROUGH RIVER I TELEPHONE COMPANY 1 I I1ICO roiuTiB 1 Talk being cheap and nccesaary I you Should patronize home foUts whl YOU cpq buyyour pwjjphonea and build your own lines ad talking dlataacqwith the whole coun ty andbl1slness points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone or theywlll b6 nt the whole expense if you say so Weconnectwith all Independent Companies lars call on ST Stevens Manager Hartford Ky CumberlandI TELEPHONEAND L Telegraph Co Incorporated Theres nothing the matter with I I CumberlandJ place of business increased and my wifes voice lo newer heard to grumble about the Tele Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition i C P NOWL1N Many I f SEI1IoIFurnhIllreY Ifyou want to be tho lucky poreop buy goods from us from now until tbe end of the year and get a guess at the length of time the BIG CANDLE will burn The first person to guess the exact number of hours or the one guessing the nearest to the ex act number of hours tho candle will burn gets the Furniture Each dollar spent gets One Dollars worth of goods anda guess It costs you nothing to guess and you may be the lucky party This is open to all cash customers Come to see us and got more for your money than you are offered elsewh- eoCARSON CO HARTFORD KY TOE CAMELS LEAD Where the camels head goes his body follows says an Oriental proverb Its the same way With disease A opening will give it an entrance and when disease once tins a place in the body a large number of ills may follow It The opening lor disease is often in a weak stomach When the stomach is weak the body also becomes weak by lack of nutrition and disease attacks A 1itLMtilungs and otherorgmus 1 Dr PiercesyGolden Medical Discovery makes the Weak stomach strong It cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of dl gestion and nutrition and eo ennbla the I to resist or throw off oilier diseases invited opinionofAapedglistcmtheiraltmenta Addresslydmedldx8emto 001 fca Medical When I akaant Stootn1ltAlnorot ftlendi 1 am sofa gWe foorth bottle aDd I q myNbe 1ttefm4 I can aanre you that aft Is worthliTtng Med1ca11M grad for dyspepsia or debility DrPtaroe 439233 VOTES The Approximate Total Cast For Govenor at The Recent Election Frankfort Nov s3The officials returns of the November election have I been received from all the counties by the Secretary of State The summa ry 01 the returns so far is is follows Total vote in 119 counties for Beckham Dem 229014 Total vote in 116 counties for Belknap Rep 202764 Total vote in 119 couotles for Demaree Pro 4800 Total vote in 119 counties for Nagle Soc 2039 Total vote in 119 counties for Smntz Soc Lab 839 Totalvote in 119 counties for all candidates for Governor439233 This lu subject to change by any errors discovered when the returns are officially looted up here next weekThe constitutional amendment car ried by a majority of 19 452 MARRIED INDIAN LOVER Pretty Society Belle Surprised tier Friends and Rel tives Miss Annie Snyder a pretty socle ty belle of Arcola 111 and Frank Cayon a lullblooded Indian created- a genuine sensation at Arcola by eloping their marriage having taken place at Tuscola Miss Snyder Is the daughter of William Snyder n weal thy resident of Arcola and a grand daughter of Henry Snyder cashier of the First NationallBankot Areola The groom is a graduate of the Car lisle Indian school where he played on the football team for fonryeara and was quite prominent In other depart ments oC athletics For three years he has been attending the fanlyejai of Illinois where le has bsen a sl t- Ing in coaching the class teamsand also the verslty team The young people have gong to Chicago on a brief wedding trip Bullet in Lung 14 Years t I iiitlventyyeats- o age lives near Salma Mich when six years old was struct in the right side of her face by a bullet from a 32caliber revolver The bullet glanced downward rand was lost until a few days ago when in the midst 61 a coughing spell the bullet was coughed up evidently from the wo mans right lung During recent years Miss Nelson suffered from Irri at1on caused by the forein sub stance in her lung and it was thought that she had consumption Since coughing up the bullet however her health has improved For sick headache try Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets they will ward oO the attack If taken in time For sale by all druggists SAMPLE TRUTHS Which Would Sound Very Strange If the Newspaper Editor Never Lied It has been said tbat editors use whitewash brush in obituaries and dr re not tell the truth about the dead or living This is not a fact The editor simply wants to make the liv ing feel as good as he can and as snage grief with taffy Occasionally we ore willing to tell things just as they are in detail How will the fol lowing do for a start Died Thomas P Nogood aged 39 years 6 months and 13 days Deceased was a red headed sun of a gun who stole chickens and had a whisky nose on him He owed Lewis for the clothes he was burled In and Tregan zn shad to get the coat of the casket out of the county Deceased was a mildmannered plate with a mouth for booze and eye for boodle He came here in the night with another mauls wife and joined the church the first chance He owed us several dot lard for ttie paper a big meat bill and you could hear him pray six blocks He died singing Jesus paid it all and we think he was right as he never paid anything himself He was burled in an asbestoslined cask et and his many friends threw in palm leaf fans as he may need them His tombstone will be the favorite roosting place for hell divers and hoot owls Let him R I P rest in peace Born to Mr and Mrs Joe Bloom berger a son weighing ten pounds This one has two legs and fortunate ly hasnt a hair lip or bateyes This is the tenth one now living If none 61 them have starved to death since our last issue Joe hasnt done a days work in three years unless forced to by his neighbors who are taking care of his wife He owes every man in town and is universally detested Mother and child doing as well as could be expected Washington Democrat NEARING COMPLETION New Kentucky Home in St Louis will be Completed De cember 15 The New Kentucky Home at the St Louis Fair will be finished before December 15 Beyondany doubt the Kentucky building is the handsomest State structure on the grounds with the possible exception of that being erect ed by Missouri which is to cost four or five times ai much as the one be ing put tip by the Kentucky Exhibit Association As to the site no State building on the grounds his a view equal to Kentuckys The lawn plan contemplates the building of two wide walks to the main entrance oi the Kentucky build lug with an elevated flower bed be tween the walks To the right is formed an attractive shady nook The lawn will be sown in blue grass about the first of December and early next year several car loads ol Ken tucky shrubbery will be planted NEW CONSUMPTION CURE Reraarkrble Success Attends New Treatment by Russian Method Remarkable cures of consumption haverecently been effected in Russia by Kisel Zazorunski formerly a mln Ing engineer and now specially licens ed by the Russian Medical depart mentto medicine in eases of- tabercalosla Zagoranskl has given the Associated Press an account of- tbSoilgtaaf1iconsumption ctfte from which it appears that thirty years agohe was sent to Siberia to superintend extensive mining works The medical facilities there were extremely limited and Zagoranskl him self attended to the medical wants of the workmen to the best of his abili ty An old foreman of the mine however always took care of the tu berculosis cases and almost invaribly cured them The foreman died some years ago confiding his tuberculosis specific to Zagoranskl who continued to use it Now is the time to subscribe for The Hartford Republican LAURA KEENES DREAM A Vision In Slumber Tlmt Wan Turn ed Into n Itcnllly Stuart Kobson used to tell n strange story of Laura Keene with whom ho played In the sixties in the last centu ry Tho sight of n bottle of red ink was enough to upset her for a week ho said On ono occasion we wen playing a farce called The Lady and the Dorll An important scene of It was when sho was sitting at a table preparatory to writing a letter I as her servant stood at the back of a chair Take your right band oft throe chair she whispered The stage dia logue proceeded You are sure you can find Don Rafael at his lodgings Yes niudnnij ids servant tells me his wounds will contluealm to his bed Cora week Is this the only paper that wo have Where Is the Ink Here madam tad I bent forward tqplace the Ink within her reach when In my confusion at her reproof tho vessel wig upset and Its contents trickled on to the lap of her satin dress The Ink was blood red I shall never for get tho ghastly look that overspread her face and I was so frightened that I never knew how th6 scene ended Tho next morning at rehearsal she told mo I wasdoomed to ill luckfor the remainder of my days She called tho company together and gave them p de tailed description bf the awul scene the night before occasioned by the young man who wpuld never malo an actor She told of a terrible dream stio had had In which some great person hail been foully murdered before per eyes how she had attempted rescue deadbt91flitntterIng at Fords theater Washington on the occasion when Abraham Lincoln was shot Miss Kecno was the poly person who seemed to realize the sit uation She ran to tho box and In a moment tho head of tho dying man was In her lap while the scene of her dream was being pitifully enacted Arg9naut THE TOO EARLY BIRD A Social NnUnnoe For Whom Tberq Is No Exeoi The too early birds are it source of troublo and Inconvenlenco to tho entire neighborhood Invito the too early birds to n dinner and they arrive an hour before thoi time Your last HtUo touches have to be delegated to thO first amiable soul who appreciates the misery of entertaining the too early birds You had Intended to replace a valldotearnntrous with ope of roses br possibly you ball at the last moment intended to shift the plate cards having suddenly remembered that Miss Jones had a qnjet fancy for Mr Smith tbltMr Smith reciprO- cated Mr Smith will have to wonder and Mid Jones wIll have to summon up her pretence of mind and conceal her disappointment The too early birds must be greeted as though you were glad to see them and appreciated their appar ent Impatience to have the fun begin You really would like to give your hair another touch but not so Your guests await you Tho too early birds haunt the railway stations hours before the train leaves and start off on tho journey jaded and out of sorts It tho too early birds are ever amia ble it is at such a previous hour that tho rest of mankind is elsewhere and the fact is not generally appreciated If there is one class of humanity more exasperating than tho too early birds I have yet to meet them The man who is too late may entail incon venlence but nt least you have the satisfaction of noting his discomfiture at missing the treat through his own act Tho too early birds are an infliction and they carry with them no compen sating reflection whatever1lttsburgC- hronl leTQler rh EoeteeIn Ilullla Easter in Russia itf tho greatest festi val of the year Russian Christmas presents are as nothing compared to those given at Easter Eggs reot course the principal feature and not till one has seen the Easter bazaar in tho Gostlnol Door and the shops on the Nevsky Prospect is It easy to imagine the beauty and daintiness of Easter productions Fortunes In trinkets laces and Jewels are spent on the con tentsof the eggs tl tbl very pretty egg ls1 made of pink volnfd marble rimmed with gold Small Ivory eggs tilled with sliver ro beads make a lovely offeribff tfandYordifopractical ket full of fresh eggs la Wonderfully attractive A Vorticllrtiii blooiitei1 Thtf most Yoraddns 6t aiff mmtfrie1 beasts ot prey is the orca Qr killjr whale It reaches a length of twenty flvc feet and Its jaws bristle with teeth from four to six inches Jong and as sharp as a dirk knife IU digestive power is proportioned to the trelrien dous efficacy of its jaws Itseems also to be an atrocious glutton as one sped men examined contained in its stomach thirteen porpoises and fourteen seals nt Itenion What reason have you for thinking that the defendant was Intoxicated Well your honor when his wife called mo over I found him in the eel lar cutting kindling wood with the lawn mower Cleveland Plain Dealer Tho architect cannot live by the In junction to make no plans for the fu ture Philadelphia Bulletin FreeH0Iity bflG6oone in each package of Lion Coffeeat your Orocers King of Europe Robbed King Edward for the second time in his brief reign has been robbed by a clerk in the office ol the paymaster of the household On this occasion checks amounting to 2560 were idle gaily drawn and cashed by Frank Xinhanii who fans confessed and waa admitted to jail 1 Select mfscellaoy in the guise or mince pie Is about due I i RIPANS Tabules V Dqc find A good prescription For mankind nidaloreaelon4Tbetamlly A forajear Ml lrBgSl taecltJUyijj CoSrOElXAaBean theItoKind You Hara Always Bennett SIgnature ot Nasalfirs yInMAD should be deanllaeu 97 Elys Cream Balmccleanaeaeootheeandbeals tS e the dlieoMd membrane b It cuts catarrh and drlTts 6- away ft goad la the bead quickly Cream Balm U placed Into the nqttrtli ipritdi over the siembrino aqd If tbeorbed lUllef U In medlataaadacnrefoaowe II li notdrylagdoes not produce Kieezlng Large Size 60 cents at Drug gliU orby mall TrW SUe to ceaU bysuit SLY BnotUEUS M Warren StrMt New Torfc Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance illinois Central Railroad Time Table New time card taking effect JSandsy Dent lM2atnoon Aorlli llouud Son Donnd No 132 due C17a m No 121 dnelllT 81D 347pmNolZ3dpIoenl FrelRlitn NoU4da 7S5ain No192 duo 247 prq 8 B VANMETKR Agent WtlEl3 D Q113 g 01l1000unt7 Circuit Court W T Owen JOdgeJE Bowl Attorney Oweniboro T It lilack Jailer 8JA Anden on Clerk Rowan holbrook Master Com missioner OJ1LikenTruetecJuryYondCa- pKeownSheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Keoirn Clarence Keonn Jo 11 Roberta 11 LI Doyd aSConrtconTenesflrfltJtonV day In March and August and cortlnnei three weckiand third Monday In May and November two week County Court J I Miller Judge US nag and Clerk W11 Ilarnen Attorney Hartford a9 Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Court Begins on the third Monday la April July October and January Court ol Claims Convenes drat Monday In Jaij nary Tuesday otter second Monday In October J Other OfficenrrJ U Wood HnrTJyor Ceralf frank Lowe Assessor Beda Jams DeWeeee- Scbool SOIrlateDtlent Ilartlord lien L Datlf Coroner yTuaticcoj 11FIludon heaver Dam February 16 May 18 IAuguetalNovember20GeoWUartlu February 12 UdyjJ 14 August SO November 12 j Juo7L Graham harrowi February IS Jfnj August 29 November la- T A Evan FordnllleJannarz IE May7J f August 27 fc J A Ulcks llnfordFsbruary 7 May 0 Aug alt 12 Novembc 4 WaTtoneCeatertownFebruaryiiflay 11 J PJ Wilcox I1ockportFebrnary 20 May CU Angust26 November 3X itforA Xellco Court v Jno n WUson Judge J 8 RTVeddliig City1 Attorney f BT Barnett Marshal court con4 Tenes second Monday In each month m l1C1ola COr41Ca a i M E Church South Service third Sunday la each moqth aPI a m and 7 m and fourtb Baaday 4t 7 pm 1rayer meennglyeryWdni day evening Rev WiTJMIller Iaator Baptist Church Service held second Sunday ln each month nt 11 a m and 7 p m Prayer meet 111 try Thursday evening C P Church Services Stet Sunday In each month at 11 a m und 7 p m Rev J D liar lied pastor School Trustees Ilartlord Jas P Miller J 8 Glenn S T Steven D M Honker J II D Car son Jon C Ulley Town Trustees A D White L14 F Warner J U Patton W S Tlniley S J Wedding Ce cret Oeclatlvo AO U W meet lIt and third Saturday nights Hartford Lodge No 875 Ft A Masons lint Monday night In each month Rough River LodgeNo HOKnlghUof Pythla meet every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 n A R hold reg olar meeting Satnrd ay beloreflrstSindayln each month DeWitts JKar Salve For Plies Burns Sores rJu 4 I It 4 Our preparations for the winter months are greater than ever before our stocks are so large and varied we can supply II the wants of the value seeker as well as the most fastIdious dresser in the country Have you ever paid us a visit If not you can afford to spend one day to come and see our Mammoth Stock of General MerchandIse Our Dress Goods Stock is full of good things Our Millinery Stack is added to almost daily Our Underwear Depart ment never was better prepared to keep out the cold Our Blankets and Comforts are big values at the prices we sell them for Our Mens and Boys Hats and Caps are the correct things and the style and price will win you SOUTHERN FIRES Cause That section raging millions SuitsOvercoatsPants Our line Suits has certainly met approval young that has look this Trimmed and made any made house land cost you from ton dollars less Suit sell you Suits Mon 1350 and Boys Suits 350 750 and Boys yrs old75c 125 1502250t X35014 und 5- OVERCOATS you fail buy your Overcoat from you will miss bargain Our complete detail from three twohundredandfiftypound and especially Overcoats young We sell you Overcoats Men 250 750 and Boys Overcoats 13 and Childrens Overcoats 1175 and ODD PANTS We have been many years the Crown Brandof and these years not fact Utssatisfiedcustomer and never 4have you havent been wearing these Pants We 4ihove they will more than meet with your requirements these Pants 250 350 and We also ci carry full line Boys long and knee Pants from 25c per pair up per 4FINE SHOES While this ad calls your attention to our lines heavy everyday Shoes we wish also you that our Fine Shoes from some the most rep utable this country and there is reason why siewe cant you price quality and style + Boys Shoes Here where you have trouble You bayn1 found Shoe will have 1- 1t EDLENS LEVEL BEST will certainly them Every stitch this Shoe hold until the Shoe worn out you these Shoes sizes r5o13 17513 38- L flS5 Another winner Boys Honest Mike also carry line Boys Kangaroo heavy seamless Shoes aU from atlI25 195 Boys S heavy Kip Shoes and Boots Ssc at 15t150 or I the Smoke Hides the Face of the Sun Here The smoke thatcovered this country like paUl first week all way from Louisiana and Mississippi where for est fires have been more than week and where dollars worth timber been destroyed There been rain that lion many and greatest alarm hen account the spread the flames There stopping them they cross rivers with flip IrJ that of the of every man favored us with a sea son Tailored well toorder in this and five to on the Wetvill for at 4 5 8 9 10 12 14 15 18 20 13 to 19 years old at 4 5 8 10 3 to 12 1 If to us line is in every ear01cl child to a man are strong in for men can for at 1 5 10 12 14 to 19 5 8 10 3 to 12 250 3 4 selling for famous Pants in all of we a know a pair If be e at 2 4 5 a of to pair of or to remind are marvels of beauty of factories in no please in Is a that last the boys We hold In guaranteed to Is We sell g to 13 2S to sure Is our Hlgbcut at 200 We a full of G in the runs 9 to 5 r5o and and zoo I FOREST of the a the of the had come the a of of has has In sec for weeks the has felt on of of Is as I ns ns 7 G 3 a a we G 15 2 3 3 3 G Is at to no no 5 they were started In Louisiana from railroad engines and In Mississippi by hunters Made Young Again 1I0ne of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me In my teens again writes D H Turner of Dempsey town Pa Theyre the best In the world for Liver Stom ach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only x50 at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store One Fare for Pastors 55 In stitute The railroads recognizing the Importance of the Pastors Sunday School Institute to be held In Louis 1l1 Uer1fM T5r8 liP rate of one fare plus 65 cents for theI round trip All pastors will be enter talned provided their names are sent In by December ro It Is suggested that Sunday Schools send their pas tors and pay his way Considering the magnificent program and splendid array of tlent thlsought to bring 1000 ministers to Louisville Eight of ten of the finest religious ed- I uCltors of America including Inter national workers College Presidents Theological Seminary Presidents and others will take part In the program While this Is specifically a Pastors Institute all Sunday School workers of every clss3 are expected Board tan bs secured at reasonable rates for program and other Information i 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 glish Walking Coat Cape or Furs The one to buy is the ono that is the best fatter when you put it on Wo havo them all Visit our Cloak Department and be fitted and pleased We sell you a Long Frock Coat in Zibileno and Ker soyat 75010 and 1250 In Tafliltu Silk lined through with good quality WalkingCoats lOUR LINESt I or Child Jackets colx- pleto largest Long children 150200 Infants long 1150 and SHOES SHOES ttialrablo footwear market Honest Mike Boots regularly every oigl- iteenyearsandwe they have no superiors We sell you Honest Miko Boots 5350 Mike I seamless Blucher Shocs 200 Honest Mike Highcut Shoes Guar anteed waterproof everyday Shoes Extra heavy wholestock Creedmoro quality heavy quality split Creedmore 150 best rvalue ever for L25 and Childrens ovoryday Shoes 7hc 85e 1120125and 135 Ladies Shoes wear 1125 150 175 Look 1our Old Ladies Flannellined Shoes 150 Bring US Some Corn Irish Potatoes and Other Country Produce in Exchange for Winter Merchandise E P BARNES Q BRO heaver Dam Ky IIJ address E A Fox 19 Louisville Trust Bldg Louisville Ky JUST WHAT NEED Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets When you feel dull alter eating When you have no When you have II bad taste In the mouthWhen your liver Is torpId When your are constipated When you have beadache When you feel bilious They willjmprove your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowels Price 25 cents per box For sale by all druggists m a w Misses and rens Long Cloaks and arc very and we feel that wo can fit any ono from tho least to the We sell Cloaks for at 75e 1 4 250 350 i 5 and 6 Cloaks 2 250 and 350 Misses Jack 3 250 tOO 500 600 in this The and Shoes + we have sold season for know Honest and 275 250 first 175 Extra first The you saw Misses at 1 that at and at at i m YOU appetite bowels 300 I AkC TAYLOR Undertaker Illf withIiiI carry in stock a complete line of Undertakers goods together nice Hoarse and am prepared to furnish anything in this lino at any hour Embalming a specialty Washing ressinS and laying out free of charge A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky in rpJ a S