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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 2kL ttzrtfrb llqiubUcan I Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFCdL OEOAN OF TBE PAETF U TEE FOGET6 CONOEESSONdLDSTEiCT Subscription la Year VOL XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 111903 No 21 r WANT AMID PLENTY Pretty Young Womon Foun Destitute and Starving Loses Position Be cause of Her- Poverty Removed to Hospital by Charit HeWoman Where Roses Are Now Returning to Her Cheeks Owensboro Ky Dec 9Wltb tears streaming from her large brown eyes pretty Ida Gibbs walked out of the door of a fashionable dreasrnakln establishment In this city on Saturday night about two weeks ago Alter havlug served several month in the establishment her services hadf been dispensed with because the other girl employed made lunol her clothes and poverty The Saturda following her dismissal she was removed from her humble lodglns ove a grocery stoic to the city hospital She was in a critical condition from want of sufficient food Since her re moval to the hospital a number of charitable woman ol the city have cared for her and her condition is now greatly improved The rose have returned to her cheeks and her eyes are bright again It was because ol her refined beauty that the othe girls took occasion to make light of the young womans clothes I She would bt right pretty if sin had good teeth MIst Gibbs companions would say to each other When in fact her teeth were as white as Ivory and in perfect condition- It was true that the young women did not have pretty ribbons or wea smart frocks like the other girls It was all that she could do to pay thc rent ol her small room and buy a scanty supply of food After having been dismissed Iron I the dressmaking establishment she lived on 5 cents a day Every afternoon she would go to Gassers story on Main Street and request the clerk to provide her with something thAt would furnish the most nourishment for her mite She would generally de clde upon a slice of pumpkin pie be lievelng It to be nutritions Often she said that water and pumpkin pie would suffice for her three meals She would buy just enough coal to- fiU a closet in her room When Thanksgiving day came the proprietress of the dress makiug establishment sent Mlsa Gibbs a dinner It is believed that the young women ate so heartily of the Thanksgiving goodies that it made her ill No one knew that she was nearly freezing tc death in her lonely quarters No one knew that the thanksgiving dinner was the only meal she had in three weeks She was to proud to beg and to ill to seek employment- For a day or two she did not appear from her rooms An investigation j revealed the tact that she was prostrated A physician was summoned ad she was removed to the city boa pltal It would have been only a fewhours until she would have died had not some one taken enough inter eat In her to go to her room When the young woman is able to leave the hospital a home will be provide for her She will be cared for until she Is able to engage in suitable I work 1AFTER MANY LONG MONTHS Large Piece of Money Finally Finds Way to Lexington Lexington Ky Dec 8After a delay of nearly six mouths a check fo 2500 has been received at Frank fort from the national government at Washington to be divided among the Agricultural and Mechanical colleges IndusIItrial t goxernments appropriation for the state Illustrations and the delay In its arrival was due to the tact tht a slmlllar check senteometltue of o was lost in the malls PRICES CONTINUE LOW Farmers are Becoming Discoid aged Over Tobacco Market The first offerings on the local tobacco market since last week says Wednesdays Owensboro Messenger were on Tuesday when four loads were exposed at the auction honse for bids Prices ruled low Those farmeis who have been holding their weed anxiously awaiting an advance are disappointed over the condition of the market The sales Tuesday were E C Martin t 2 1 Joe hell rej 3 55 f2 2 W H Hul bard ft 3 r C B Sparks 3ro 310 2 V S GENERAL INTELLIGENCE Fire at Plttsburg destroyed prope erty worth 200000 The opera house McGregor la was destroyed by fire Thirteen French sailors were arrested at Seattle for mnnlty Four hundred coopers at the Union stock yards in Chicago went on a strikeA possessed of 50000 In money died in Huntington Conn of starvationHarry a pioneer Germs newspaper wman is dead at Davec port Iowa It is said there is reason to fear a reoccurrence of Emperor William throat trouble Patrolman Frank J Redlcnn of New York was suffocated in a fire he had discovered The new commercial treaty between the United States and China has reached this country The wages of 15000 cotton mill Ope orators in Macttichusetti and Rhod Island were reduced Col RD Locke former Unitei States marshal for the Sonthern die trict oi Georgia Is dead The ministry of Denmark recom mended that King Christian recognlz the republic of panama Three trainmen were killed in a wreck on the Boston and Albany tall road Two others are missing At Des Moines Iowa Mrs Georgi Klingenbiel was charged with the murder of her Insane husband John Spires of Albuquerque N M shot and killed Una Perkins a school girl and committed suicide Two young men arrested in Pitta burg on being searched were reliever of diamonds and other jewelry valnec it 10000ITwo hundred Chinese robbers were djled and as many more were wounded in a conflict with Russian troops In ManchuriaThe National bank of Pitts burg which closed its doors October 22 reopened yesterday under the old nanagementHaving officially notified ol he ratification of the canal treaty at Panama the president will now send It to the eenate The new Kentucky State Railroad Commission was organized at Frankfort Tuesday C C McChord succeeded himself as chairman Moses Glenn of Mnhlenberg county was elected ecretaryLocated at Rockport The slack barrel stave factory that wc reported last week as coming to ordsvllle have changed their plans and will go to Rockport Ky They claim that they can save 12000 a year in freight by going to that place The proposition the Company made to Fordsville was accepted in every articular Fordsvllie Independent The residence of Birch Shields who lives In the Select neighborhood was estroyed by fire last week Loss bout 630 with insurance to the mount of 400 SURPRISE WEDDING Woolfolk Barrow and Miss Sallie Taylor Were United Last Night Mr Woolfolk Barrow son of Dr David Barrow ot this city says the Sunday mornings Lexington Leade and Miss Salllc Taylor of Hartfon Ky both students in the junior class at State College were married in the office of the County Clerk In the court- housei at 830 oclock last night Rev W 0 Sadler pastor oi the Rand Avenue Methodist Church a fellow college fraternity man being a membi oi the Kappa Alpha Society of which Mr Barrow is a leading light pet formed the ceremony Mr Barrow one ol the most popular and certainly one ol the hand Gamest young college men in the city is the eldest son of Dr Barrow and Is a prominent student of State College Miss Taylor who Is about st enteen years of age is reputed to tone of the most beautiful and attractive young women in college circle in Leziongton and has many admirers both because of her sweet and affable nature and her accomplishment as a musician She is a daughter one of Hartfords leading attorneys Mr Barrow and his bride led the Kappa Alpha German two weeks ago at which time the beauty of the young lady was widely remarked Mr Barrow spent last night at his parents home and the bride at her boarding house with her mother at Mrs M V Harrisons at Second and Upper Streets Mr Barrow end his young wUe Miss Sallie the lovable and accon pushed laughter ofHon and Mrs 13 P Taylor The happy couple above- mentioned arrived here Monday after noon They went at once to the home of the brides parents TH REPUBLICAN extends harty congratt lations May joy and bliss enshrin their lifes pathway Social Evening- In the beautifully lighted and or tistlcally decorated home of Mis Pearl Thorn s occurred on last night the first social event of the holidays It was distinctly an event for the younger set the following bein prestnt Messrs D W King Cecil Stevens Roy Miller Charlie Bennett Willie W Hurt Harry Bennett Emory Schtocter Chester Keown Clif ford Schiccter and Conner Ford MisseaKatie Thomas Fannie CoxEffi Render Artie Wedding Elba Bean Annie Patton Cassie Riley Pear Thomas Winona Stevens and Ethe WesterfieldSupper was furnished by the gen tleman and consisted of Oyster dextrc tempore Quail tout comtue chez nous Salads a la model Fruits ad gustum Nuts ad finitnm and Orange Ambrosia more majoram After this elaborate and dainty menU had been served the evening was spent in playing varlons games Toward the third watch of the night the ladles repaired to the upper room cad doned Klmonas to which stringi were attached and allowed to descend Into the room below Each gentle nan took a string and pursued the iven tenor of his way until It lead tin to the object of his search Hereto was supplied with oriental pare phenalia All repaired again to the partor where chocolate was served ala chlnolse The entertainment was a success in very detail and did the highest credit to its promoters Sometimes we trow that our invita ion was held up owing to our extreme youth but then again we wot tot OLD SIMPLICITY Shot and Killed Sweetheart Marietta Ohio Dec 8 At Belles Run near here tonight Zeph Kinley an oil driller shot and killed his weetheart Minnie Shinlcle and then hot himself fatally The double illlng was the result of a quarrel Miss McKinley Leaves Owensboro Ky Dec 8Mlss Ma bel McKinley niece of President McKinley who hag been ill here for the past two weeks has recovered and left for Chicago She is still far from well of her attck of nervous prostn tIon but her prospects for ultimate recovery are1 good r lAND SALE FOR TAXES By virtue of taxes due me as Sheri of Ohio county KyIwill on the 4th day of January 1904 expose to public sale at the Court House 1oor- In Hartford Ky the following lands via E HARTFORD NO I SnllengerC B agt for G B Sullenger 150 875 Sullenger C B agt for W E Whittlnghill 130 7 85 BEST BEAVER DAM NO 13 Austin Isaac F 93 3 40 Baze Floyd M 107 8 30 Chinn Lea 60 7 60 Fogle SO 76 II 00 Fogle Mrs Jno C 48 31 Stewart Casander 21 7 60 Coleman J S 106 t One lot J 27 85 COLORED LIST Berry Joe Sr i lot 4 15 Doling Jas H jj 4 20 Berry Wesley i lot 5 95 Fant R H 105 4 760 Holder Sidney K 4 80 Sproll C M 2 6 50 Thomas Anderson i lot 5 95 WEST BEAVER DAM NO 14 Cooper Chas M 26 540 Chinn Ed I lot 4 55 Draper Loyd T i lot n 00 Gentry SB i lot 5 70 McDowell Malin T i 5 95 McReynolds Jas W 43 I lot j 26 70 Potter J W gdn for Myrtle Sanderfur 40 3 12 Stevens Mrs Idella i lot 6 50 South ril Jaa E T0a1V i lot J 12 75 Wilson J J 20 3 60 COLORED LIST Woodward Hiram i lot 3 70 CROMWELL No6 Burgess Mrs Mary 10 2p COOL SPRINGL N07 cSmpfield Geo W agt for- M S Campfield i lot 3 I3 Kitchens F C agt for Richard Shields 2 2 6c SELECT NO 10 Allen J S 1871 i lot J 8 it Arbuckle Mrs Catharine 100 480 HORSE BRANCH NO II Axton Lucy Emma i lot 3 12 Miller J W 230 15 50 Morris Holland n 3 40 Morris Mrs Martha 50 4 80I Pharris Wm M 100 5 90I Raley J W 150 8 Tilford Sallie M 50 2 6c Sanders Thos 100 790 ROSINR NO 12 Allen Mrs Francis E i lot 2 6c Edwards Geo 32 4 25 Peach Sarah J I lot 2 6c Stewart B H 75 5 60 OLATON NO 22 Mien WE 59 470 Barrett T W 63 8 05 Daniel B C 20 3 60 MatthewsLoulBWllbur 86 8 10 White W A 76 595 JETNAVILLB NO 20 Skinner AT 75 5 40 BEDA NO3C- OLORED LIST Gibson Adelphla 50 2 60- rinsley James 50 3 70 Tinsley Wesley 15 4 00 SULPHUR SPRINGS NO 4 Ashley Mrs Malinda 25 3 15 Norton Belle i lot 4 25 Sines Dick 60 7 60 Williams Llttle 153 8 40 Wright Jas H 124 7 55 Baling Willis 108 7 60 BARTLBTTS NO 24 Hudson W H loo 6 50 COLORED LIST Smith David 91 6 20 MCHENRY NO 15 Maddox Mrs Sarah 73 4 80 oney Newton agt for J W Blackburn 25 5 90 SMALLUOUSE NO 17 Downs A F 400 30 25 CERALVO NO 26 Vllliams AT 48 9 30 CAL P KNOWN S O C A PROMINENT MEMBER OF I Oa0F Threatened With Brights Disease Peruna Restored Him to Health 0 FRED nXUSTROJf PAST O Fred LIndstrom Past Grand Master IndependentOrder of QddFellows Past Chancellor Twin City Lodge No 63 Knights ofPythias rQsoPast Chief Patrl archIUdgolyEncampmentKoi2vnltcs from 1923 UniversityAve BUPaul Minn uPrun haa my hearty endorsement Thero Is no of which can compare with it I contracted a severe cold several years ago which from neglect developed Into urinary trouble and threatened Brights disease As onn of my friends was cured of Brights disease through tho use of Fo rnnal thought I wonlcl try It also and used it faithfully for threo and onehalf months when my health was perfect onoo more Ihavo never had any trouble since and therefore think it Is but just Ask Your Druggist for a fro L at by 85 the and de the to of 295 He was and the term of the for his at was 500 of the of 0 0 F to it O LindstromImuconsrjliningU or chronic Tho acuto form symptoms such of the is atonce but tho chronic varIety como on so and is not suspected until it has itself upon its victimltho of first tom Pernna bo taken This rem edy once at tho very root of tho A book on catarrh sent froo by The Co O for1904 Health For a QuarterI have find life a All they need is a remedy li- keDAMON5I IYER IllS AND PELLETS The Pill stimulates the liver to its work and the Pellets V orate the system In short they both assist1 as a medicine do Complete Treatment t11J1tAotee fi Co at l oafs a- I c HOOVER ARRAIGNED Charged Embezzling Fund Belonging to Govern ment and Padding- Quarterly Reports Clifton postmaster Clear Run this county was taken to Owensboro Sunday Deputy United States George W Gllllland charged with embezzling 88 from government otherwise frauding government the amount arraigned before Commissioner Lindsay and waived examining trial nan held to May federal grand jury appearance that time at An account discovery GRAND MASTER L unlimited Ifrodi Brights disease maybo produces of prominence serious nature disease suspected gradually instdlovaly- that iU after fastened thoroughly At appearance tho symp should strikes at disease Peruna Medicino Columbus iPoruna Almanac People who torpid liver misery mild TONIC proper invig 1 Nature should trtrt With the Hoover Marshal Bond fixed Hoovers shortage and his unique scheme of defrauding the govern went appeared in last weeks REPUB LICANIt believed by parties who are ln a position and profess to know that Mr Hoover is In a very close place and will no doubt get a term or a big fine Strayed One red heifer about twenty months old marked crop off right and split in left ear Information concerning its whereabouts appreciated Call on or address this office or U S Faught Centertown Ky That Throbbing Headacho Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings Now Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit from Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and buildup your health Only 25 cents money back if not cured Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Druggist m I i DEAD BODIES fOUND Murdered and Buried Beneath Woodshed at Their Home Aged Buffalo Couple Give up Life and Money Two Persons Under Arrest Mysterious Disappearance of Franz Frehrs and Wife SolvedTwo Women Implicated Buffalo N Y Dec 7The decom posed bodies of Franz Frehr and his wife an aged couple who disappeared from their home November 20 were found early to day burled beneath a woodshed is the back of their house They had been murdered The skulls of both had been crushed and a hammer was found In the shed Several hairs were found clinging to the head of ItA search for Charles Bonier who moved into the house of the Frehrs the day of their disappearance had been begun hours before the finding of the bodies Tuesday Bonier ap pealed at police court In response to a summons In a John Doe proceedings regarding the disappearance of the Frehrs The case was adjourned and Bonier was ordered to appear in court yesterday but he did not come It was then that the suspicion of crime grew stronger with the police who had believed up to that time that the old couple had been taken away by relatives who hoped to inherit their money Descriptions of Bonier were sEnt broadcast and this morning Police Supt Bull received a telephone meso sage from Erie Pa stating that Bo nier had been arrested there Bonier Is sixtyfive years old Boniers housekeeper Louise Lind holm la in custody in this city The police found on her person gold pieces to the value of 7o The Prehrs were supposed to have a great deal of goldI in the house The woman money was given to her by Bonier Kate Kahn a relative of the Und holm was also taken to the police station a trunk and some stuff which had belonged to the Prehrs having been found at her home The Frehrs owned another house and lot besides their home in Jefferson street and had money In the bank It was well known In the neighborhood that they kept large sums of money In their home Last spring a man said to have been Bonier came to them to buy their home Ht is said to have oaer- ed 2000 which the Frehrs refused On November 20 the man moved Into the Prehr house and on that day the old couple disappeared A lemale relative of the Frehrs called at the house Thanksgiving day She was told they hall moved away The po lice were notified and an investiga tion was begun which resulted In the discovery of the bodies today The Lindholm womAn WAS closely questioned by the police officials She said Bonier told her the old couple had sld the housE to him and that they had gone to R house of refuge to spend the remainder of their lives The gold found upon her she Insisted had been given to her by Bonier A Timely Suggestion Ibis is the season ot the year when the prudent and carefully housewife replenishes her supply ot Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is certain to be needed before the winter is over and results are much more prompt nUll satisfactory when it is kept at haul and give as soon fiS the cold is contracted and before It has become settled in the system In almost every instance a severe coM may he- wardcll off hy taking this remedy- I freely as anon as the first indication of the coM nppcarr There is no danger w giving it to children for it contains no hnrlllful substance It is pleasant to takeboth ndulta and children like it Buy it andou will get the hest It always cures For- sale by all druggist a tJs Em yRisers Thu famous littlo pills 1y It S 4 rLlr u III U fl U l F t E 1 Jet c c I ww I II VLIVW t- t HEADQUARTERS j r JWltA1WI1lJJWW JIAVdWI t Jth VlJMJJUMA i J JlfI Jw WM JUrttJlt k JilffttItl1lJN uw t Three months ago SANTA CLAUS and FAIR CO formed II great combine lie agree 4 It ing to furnish them HIS entire line of HOLIDAY PRESENTS and they agreeing to show 2 them to every Boy and Girl in Ohio County SANTA CLAUS has done his parthis goods tare in our house and now that we may do our part we invite you to come and see them 4TOY DEPARTMENT hocking4rTrains Drums Guns Pistols Irons Banks Doll Beds Doll Cradles Toy Sprinklers Toy Dishes Wash Sets Pianos Mechanical 4IToys Doll Buggies GoCarts Musical Chimes Yheel Barrows Tables Rattlers t Horn Tops Balls Whips Canesso many hereCare sure Santa Claus will appreciate their call XMAS HANDKERCHIEFS the greatest and cheapest line ever in Hartford Ono huntlretl dozen Sample handkerchiefs rune alike goods that sell from 15c to 35cchoico of the 35c qualty- iDe c choice 15c quality 5c and lOc None to compare with theta unwlmre Come and see them CHINAWARE DEPARTMENT- s We have the most elaborate line that wo have ever shown consisting of Plates Cups 1and Saucers Berry Sets Oat Meal Dishes i pot Stands Salad Dishes Syrup r Stands Tooth Pick Holders China Mugs i Shaving Mugs Vases Sugar and Cream Sots Umbrella Stands Cake Plates Jardi nieres Celery Trays Etc Come and see them DOLL DEPARTMENT Surely in the Doll line Santa Claus has outdone himself Some of them can almost walk and talk Fine China Dolls from Ic to lac- Fite Bisque Dollskid bodieslac to 5 Dig size Bisque sleeping Dolls 25e A very tifino line Bisque kid body Dolls from 100 to 150 Jointed Dolls Bisque heads 25c to 100 Dolls of many nationsDude Dolls Negro Dolls Dressed Dollsthe Dolls are sure to interest the little girls Bring them along IVs will be glad to see them JEWELRY DEPARTMENT this part of our Xmas stock you should not fail to see Consists of Watches Watch Chains Rings Bracelets Collar Buttons Cull Buttons Watch Fobs Scissors Silver Box Silver thimbles Curl Cases Gold Pons Charms Emblem Pius Brooch Pins Shirt Waist Sets Pin Cushions andmany other useful and pretty articles lADIES FURNISHINGS A complete line of Novelties in Hair Ornaments Stick Pins Belts Purses Turn ovors Stock Collars Lace Collars Kid Gloves Hosiery House Slippers Fancy Ticsall bought expressly for our Holiday trade the newness of thorn and the price will interest you Ask to Leo them BOOK DEPARTMENT 1Vo have moro than doubled our previous efforts in this line Cnn show you anything front the Linen A B C Book to the best au thors book IIontys famous books for boys Opio Roads Select Works Mr Holmes 2Works Dickens anti numerous others Most of thorn aro 25e Books that sell rmui l 2blesJUVENILE SERIES A grand assort M50clook at them- PICTURES AND MEDALLIONS tPositively the prettiest line to bo found from the lOc Medallion to the very finest iJgrade Our line of framed Pictures are high in quality and at prices that are astonMisingly low Complete line of Albums Como and see them- SUBSTANTIAL GIFTS Rugs House Slippers Overcoats Jackets Trunks Readymade Skirts Fine Woolen Dress Goods Bed Blankets Bed Comforts Hoods Fascinators Millinery lions and Boys Caps Gloves many ofthose goods to mention in so small n space Remember when it comes totho Staple thingstIof life you will find our stock the very best and our prices below the credit buying and credit selling houses 1 We certainly appreciate your kindness in favoring us with such a liberal share of your patronage during the 4year which is about to close and now that we may mal eour December business the biggest in ourhistorywe are I 4 making SPECIAL PRICES mall Departments We cordially invite you to visit us Bring the Children to see the i Toys and the older one to see the Great Bargains we are offering throughout our entire house 4 r 3AXar alll verso o 2CG J 4J k J1 I tc ci J 1c Jf c 6c I I a a I 0 II r t J I I = a A IADGE CORN CROP Second Largest This Year i Countrys History PRESENT CROP VALUE- TWa country will this year produce the second largest corn crop In Its his f tory What promised to turn out a poor crop on account of flood dAmage etc le now seen to be R good one be- Ing In the aggregate 2 313000000 bushels As to its value that will be the subject of official estimate befo long It being taken atfarm prices a of December t and reported by the Department of Agriculture The average yield for r903 turns out to bens much nJ 258 bushels the acre a decrease of only r bush from 1902 average and nearly 2 bushels above the average for ten years EvIdently therefore the season has been a favorable one much more 110 than It promosed to be Hence the reason for much ofthe favorable opin Ion expressed on the part of the prom meat railroad officials regardIng the outlook to say nothIng of the sus talnd Influence upon trafficaand earn- Ings whIch has already been exerted by the realization of acorn crop of each Important size and value Figuring on the value of the crop and Its present market prlce42cthe total Is 971460000 ThIs Is In ex sees of the value of any previous crop with the exception of last year r CouGhing Spoil Causod Doath Harry Duckwell aged 25 years choked to death early yesterday morning at his homo in the pre8encei of his wifo and child Ho contractor a slight cold a few days ago and paidI but little attention to it Yesterday morning ho was seized witha fit of i coughing which continued for someI time His wife was sent for a cian but before ho could arrive another coughing spell cam on andj Duckwell died from suUocationSt Louis Globo Democrat December I- J901 Dallards Horehound Syrup l would have saved him 25c 50c and 8100 at J H Williams druggist A Colorado man who had R pimple or his nose tried his wifes bust de veloper on It thinking he was a liniment And now the slgbtof hi nose sets all the babies crazyI The Lone Star State Down in Texas at Yoakum is a big dry goods firm of which Mr J M Iialler is the head Mr Haller on one of his trips East to buy goal- said to n friend who was with him tiro palace car Hero take one of these Little Early Rivera upon retir fag and you will be out early in theI morning feeling good For the dark brown taste headache and that logy feeling DoWitfs Little Early Risers are the host pills to use 1oJdI by Z Wayne Griffin Bro The Rev Irl R lUcks 190 Almanac The Rev Irl R hicks Almanac Io 1904 Is now ready It wlllbe mailed to any address for 3o cents It le surprllllnlC how such an elegant cost Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable byI Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigorIand cheerfulness r disappear when the kid nets are out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has kibecome so prevalent not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid t nays If the child urln ales too often If the urine the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a dtseased condition ofth c kidneys and bladder and not to a habit asI supposeI men are made miserable with kidney and bladder troublerI and both need the same great The mild and the Immediate effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold 1by druggists In fiftyIVand one dollarNl sies You may have a w sample bottle by mallI 1 free also pamphlet tell uone or SNawnatot Ing all about It Including many of thy thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and this paper make mistake but remember SwampRoot D Kilmers Ijmention Roet and the address every bottle BinghalTHOlIii L I ly book cnn be sent prepaid so cheap ly No family or person Is prepared to study the heavens or the thInIItclts splendid paper Word and Works Both are sent for only one ItSamong Like the hicks Almanac It Is to well known to need farther commends tlou Few men hAve labored more Jnlthluhy for the public good or found n warmer place In the hearts of the People Send orders to Word and Every Town has A tier spongers A blatherskite Its richest man Some pretty girls gigglesel A neighborhood feud lieU a dozen lunatics A woman who tattles A justice of the pence A mRnwhoknowsltall One Jacksonian Democrat More loafers then It needs Men who see every dogfight A boy who cuts up is church A few meddlesome old women A thing that stares at women A stocklaw that Is not enforced A widower who Is too gray for his age Some men who make remarks about women A preacher who thinks he ought to tun the town A few who know how to run the sffelrs of the country A grown young man who laughs very time he rays anything A gIrl who goes to the post office every time the malt comes In A legion of smart Alecks who can tell the editor how to sun his paper Scores of men with the caboose of their trousers worn smooth J glace Amaa whogrins when you talk nnd laughs out loud otter he has said somethlngWestern Paper Startling Evldonco Fresh testimony in great quantity lb cOnstantly coming in declaring Dr Kings Now Discovery for Con umption Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A recent expression from T J McFarland Dentorvillc Va serves as exempla Ito writcsIII andsdoctpred all the time without being benefited Then I began taking DrI Kings New Discovery and a fewI bottles wholly cured me Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneu bysZ Wayne Griffin Bro Druggist Trial bottle free regular sizes 50c 8100 Clever Response of a FootIThere was a fool who went to theI millers to have some grain ground for his lather The miller said toi himIyou are a fool ehI4Iguess I am replied the youth A fool eb A natural mused the miller We alai got many natural fools hereabouts Ill have to examIne you n bit Do you mind Oh no of course not the fool answered politely Well my lad since youre a foolI began the mlle I want you first to tell me what you know and alter ward what you dont known Now to begin what do you know I guess says the fool with a that the millers hogs are fat Good very good said the miller That Is what you know Now tell us what you dont know The fool leered agaIn I dont know whose grain fattens em he saldExchange Bottor Than a Plastor- A pieta of flannel dampened with Chamberlands Pain Balm and bound on tiro affective parts is bettor than a plaster for a lame back and for pains- in the side or cheat Pain Balm has superiors as a liniment for tiro re lid of deep seated muscular and rheumatic pains For solo by nil druggistSubscribe for TiE HARTFORD REPUDLI CAN 100 per year in adVance 4 TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY rAtatlaL1roNto qulnlJU1 TpltletetllWter lar1 thamunorNlt eu OrofoullrllQturtl 1000 each box SO f J X X It CUPIDS TOKENS- e Chicago Girl Papers Her Roo With Proposals IlIelress to a Million Puts of Cupids Kindness to Decidedly Conspicuous Use Among unique wall decorations the young heiress to a million who has covered the walls of her boudoir with the offers of maulage the has received since her debut certainly takes the leAd says the Chicago Tribune But the desire to escape from the hackneyed and commonplace sometimes de generates Into the grotesque as these examples of wall papers whichare not to be bought In the usual empor luas of house decoration will show Among the Chinese there Is a craze for postage stamp apartments but the Immensity of patience required before the four walls are properly covered In the minute squares renders It unlikely as a modern American fashIon A Berlin beauty however had an idea akin to It having her boudoir papered entirely In colored pictorial postcards collected from every part of the world and repre senting both landscapes and figures of every sort and kind A more charming orIginality Is that of the traveler who when he finally settled down had his room arranged as Its cabin on board a yacht with port holes life buoys and everything he could think of to create the illusion of havIng still the great wide seas tear bag past on either sIde of him The singer Marlo who became the Prince of Candia and who mArrIed the great Grlal had a room covered with newspaper clippings containing enthusiastic notices of his wife The king of Cambodia has hidden the walls of his palace with portraits ot his wives The longest part of the work was the photogrAphers night thouslnd women make np the royal harems and to stick the photographs- on the wall was a comparatively simple process of satisfying the 8ooo ladles upon so nIce a point as their own likenesses Mme Nillson the great singer has papered one room is her house at Madrid with the songs she has sung most successfully A New York dentist has also hidden his walls In memories of his life work But as he could hardly conceal the walls with embedded tteth extracted from his patients he bag replaced them bcplaying cardsone for each tooth drawn He has alrtady pasted 600- 0cardsln memoriam An Englishman on the other hand has contrived a unique wall paper with trav eling ticketsrailway steamer and street car In orler to keep the first two he had always to pay an extra sum and even then many struggles i ensued before he was at last allowed to issue triumphantly with his fragment of mural decoration In the center of the room are the tickets oCI the collectors honeymoon trip Perhaps as an offset to the girl mentioned In the beginnIng a morose French encentrlc papered his walls with the deepbordertd invlta- tlon cards received to the funerals of friends and acquaintances Good For Chlldron Are pleasant 1o take and harmless One minute Cough Cure gIves immediate relief in aU cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because It does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes elect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the inflammation heals the soothes and cures per manently by enabeling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and life- euefaiaing oxygen to the bloodand tissues Dr Armstrong of Delia Tex prescribes it dally and says there is no bettor cough remedy made Sold by Z Wayno Griffin Dros Keep a Few liens There ill hardly B family rich or poor living In the country village or suburbs of n city thAt may not with advantage keep a small flock of poul try With ordinary care It cannot help but prove remunerative nnd be- n menus ot consuming quantities of kitchen and table srnps which with mAny fnmlllrs amount to a good deal and are often thrown away Unlike tiro work required Is caring for a- large i number ot fowls It very little time Is needed to manage tad teed the small flock and there Is nothing that will afford greater pleasure to the whole family than ten or twelve ofmwith what they bring In for the table In the way of eggs and meat No goodseggs until they have them of their own production A good many have an Idea that because their space Is limited so the owls are unable to roam over broad fields as on the farm there Is no use trying to keep them ThIs Is a mistake for while the farm Is an Ideal place to raIse and keep poultry some of the largest egg records have been made by yarded hens and some of the birds In very close confinement at that The great variety of food left over by the family Is a most ex cellent egg producer The only trouble In keeping a few hens on such rations Is that they are apt to b- cd too much and become overfat but by a little caution on the part of the feeder this may beavoided and a good many eggs secured during the year from a dozen young hensVlcks family Magazine Worst of All Experiences Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mrs S H Newsoo Decater ilaIIFor three years she writes I endured insufferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed inevitAble when doctors and aU remedies failed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters and improvedrecovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only WayneGriffiu 10 Worlds Fair March 1904 Mr John C Weber director ot Webers lIltltnry Band of Cincinnati known as the Prize Band of America ball composed the St Louis Worlds Fat March r94and dedi sated It to the Louisiana Purcbas Exposition It will be distributed through the passenger department of the B O SW R 1 Worlds Fair Route at to cents per copy The music Is In sheet form ar ranged for tho piano being very handsomely gotton up with highly illuminated title cover Mr Tohn C Weber Is not only a great Musical Director but he has written some very catchy and popular marches The St Louis Worlrls Far March is his latest success and will add forth to his fame Mr Webr and his great organize tion of artists bnl tWice defeated all comers In nations contr sts at Elks Reunions The latest triumph waS at Baltimore Mdon the 21st of list July when In n nolable contest composed of the leaUnJt binds of America won the first prize of rooo Its confidently expected that Mr Wtb ers Worlds Fair March will become a popular air durinir the next yiar and every household should have It copy of this music Send to cents lu silver to the undersigned and copy of the Worlis Fair March will be maled to your address Mark eCclopeWorJds Fair MArch Mention this paper when ordering O P McCuty G P A B O SoW R R- Cincinnati 0- fre6ObIidy = f 1 I kphulmlalhl IIIIIIIIIfl1 ameso different gmesall new one is each package ot Lion Coffeeat your Orocers F beenitsbeen ntnde tinder llls per 29sonalsupervision since its Infancy no ono to dCCeIvo 3ou in this All Counterfeits Imitations amI JustasgootI are brat ofInfantsWhat is CASTCRIACas- toria is n harmless tiubstituto for Castor Oil Paregone Drop J and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium lIorlhlne nor other Narcotlo substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms anti allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the FOOl regulates the sleepTheCENUINE CASTRIA ALWAYS Signature of tti D The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CCNYIYN COMPANY n YVNNAYYNR NIW Ye CITY i J Mt+ Ma 1L alOt 5rtRA- SONS i You Cou WHYI t College ILOUISVILLE KY deposit or rooooo Is gten pot less than X4500 per month immediately upon graduation g We pay students railroad rare to Louisville 5 We refund upon graduation cent or tuition to us If the 9 pupil is not thoroughly satisfiedroWrUe for Elegant Catalogue and SpecIal Discounts ts L4 4 +i++ HWAi M WM WYE FA 4 iu- NdE tLees Machine Works Jp OWENSBORO KY We are agents for the CHANDLERTAYLOR 4- CIi COS selfcontained and Automatic Engines and Ii Boilers Also the Brown Foulvqlvo Engines II 3 Headquarters for all kinds of mill supplies We fa make a specialty of HAMMERING SAWS We carry in stock Bolting Hose Packing of all kinds Ii Shafting Hangers and Pulleys Pipes and Fittings of all kinds Valves of all kinds We can supply your wants on short notice Write us for prices or inquire from Ma tingly ITweddell at Hartford Respy t Lees Machine Works IOWENSBORO KY fJI att4 al 1 Cc6laaa V 0R 1S1 WHITES CREAMotl- nQusaatr lScstlspulllr For 20 Years HIS Led all Worm WemediesaitR soxax I3Y AXaXa 2 aIR VGGIJT6Ir-eparea by JAMt6 F BALLARD St Louis FotS ale by J H Willllams Hartford Ky Hnu am = n r Groves Tasteless Chin Tonic has stood the test 2S years Average Annual Sales over One and a HnIf Million bottles Does this record of merit appeal to your No Cure No Pay SOc Enclosed with every bottle Is aTen Cent package of Groves Black Boob Liver Pili Hartford Republican laedbythe Ilurtford 1ahlisbingColnpany ulconroniEnIC TJIIUlur=EEtXO rO CtsmberlaxA 3 QUCh vr FRIDAY DECEMBER n TilE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE President Roosevelts annual meso sago to Congress was read before that body Monday It is au exhaustive document and deals with the affairs of our Government iu a manner to satisfy the intelligence of the country Ho lays before that great delibera tie body his reasons tor his action in recognizing the Republic of Pauama in a cOl1cie and should be to all reasonable and thinkiut people a sat isfactory manner He does not deal in diplomatic phrases but in plain comprehensive facts He recites the utter lack of integ rity shown by the Columbian Gov- erument in its relations with the United States in the matter of the Panama Canal treaty and shows that this country has acted toward Pana ma as it had before acted toward Co lumbia After recalling the unfaithfulness of Columbia with reference to the Canal treaty previously made be tween the United States and that country and mentioning the inability of Columbia to maintain a staple form of Government the President sums up in these words Undersuch edrenmtnoces the aoverweat- of the United Stntee would hare been guilty of folly and wMknPtO amounting in thir sum to a erlme agulnt the nRtlon had It oded otherwIie thou It did when the rrvolu ties of OorelDi a hut toot plare iii Papa aUI This greet enterprise of budding the lnteroevanlc renal Muout be held up to grat Iy the whim or out or respect to the govern mentnlimportnnteorto theevcu mON In later and evil political peculiarities of people wbo though they dwell allir off yet ngelnet the wtshof the netolll dwellers on tlelsth nine ouert an unreal ooprem8 over territory The poss +sion of II territory fraught with oueh peculiar capncltlee tie the lethmuaIn gaestlon carrlee with It otiligu done to mankind The course of events tine shown that thie renal eanuot be built lIy private enterprlse or by any other nation tbQn oor own theretoreit moot be boUt by the United States The President sums up the years achievements and notes the intelli gent and successful strides that have been made in trade and finance The subject of capital and labor is discuss ed in a masterly way He says the unscrupulous man must be held in check and that the laws must be faithfully executed Our currency is practically eatis factory and under our present system all immergencies have been met The Merchant Marine Immigration Re striction Naturalization Frauds and the Alaskian boundary question are ably and amicably discussed Although one of the youngest Presidents the United States ever had Mr Roosevelt portrays his familiarity with all Governmental quertions and his message to the 58th Congress may truly be pronounced masterpiece IT WILL AND IT WILL NOT The response of the Herald to what THE REPUBLICAN has said about the proposed change in the election law comes a little tardy but we will say that the dear intent ot those urging the change is to disfranchise the Re publican voters It would be an easy matter to eliminate the colored vote by a law such as some of the vicious and ambitious Democratic Legislators are in furor of enacting The Herald says it favors u law such IS South Carolina and other Southern States have The South Carolina law disfranchises every colored citizen whether he can read or no and it permits all white citizens to vote regardless of their illiteracy It is a clear case of afterthought for the Herald to attempt to mi construe what THE REPUBLICAN has said and at the same time insist that the voting strength ot all political parties would lie diminished according to the number of illiterate voters it has No indeed wo do not acknowledge Neither is it true that there are more incompetent or illiterate voters in the Republican party than there jR in the Democratic party to A RuiwrloN For the lawyer Is there any criminal liability on the part of the patient originul owner or the Now York nhyslman woo cut oil nn stir Irma It willing subject uIIII gntftedsime in place for his pltHont THE lady instructor iii the female physical culture class ofthe State College at Lexington is to be marrltd and will continue her duties after the slime as before her wedding- Of her President Patterson with true Kentucky gallantry remarks The highest compliment I cnn pay heel tllllt nil would feel sincere regret itch left u and I would not know where to go to oeeure one who molll dOIlIeate her eervlea- WE second the lUlltion made by the Herald that the lamplighter keep the street lamps lighted as it is his duty to do There are two or three lamps on Clay street that have been in larhneas for monbs Is there not some menls of vbich the citizens can avail theluseiesto remedy this neg lacteal fut1- BEroni Reed tmoot runs the gaunt let of the courage and intelligence of American womanhood ho will wishI that a millstone had been tied about his neck the day before he began to flirt with those Utah gals Duetsa this years foot ball season onlynineteen players were killed thirty seriously wounded and several hundred maimed What a ladylike sport HERBERT S1ENCER the greatest of modern philosophers lied at his home near Brighton England Tuesday A TnonotJatt investigation might reveal Senators of Morman proclivi- tue other than Reed Smoot J U W llECIIIAM took the oath of office as Governor of Kentucky for the thud time Tuesday TimE mid wlnter meeting of the Kentucky Press Association is in session at Louisville today FOR the first timoju 92 year a Kentucky Governor succeeded him self iu office Tuesday FORDSVILLE KY Dec SMr E A Smith of Dun dee oat the guest of his brother J H Smith Saturday night Rev W G Archer general manager ot the Owensboro Chautauqua wilt deliver an educational lecture at College Hall FridAY evening Decem ber zz at 7ocltxk Supt DeWeese wilt introduce the speaktr Miss Mamie Jones is visiting at Sulphur Springs this week Mr W C Truman who has been very iIt of pneumonia is improving Mr Harry Conniff Louisville is here visiting friends Mrs Bertha Sapp and little daugh ter of Owensboro are herethe guests or Mrs Coppae Miss Holderman leaves this wetk for Tosun Art where she wIll spend the winter with her lather Miss Emma Moormanol Glendta Is here visaing her s str Mrs Root CriderMr Willie Martin Dundee was here Sunday Mrs Lou Smith and Mrs Helen vlslteci their aunt at Catrnyvllle lAst week Mr Walter Fant of Clarkson was in town Saturday The sociAl given by Miss Mamie Jones was highly enjoyedIMr T S Ford shipped a exrload ofI stock TuesdayIHows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured hy Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo OIWe the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years sod believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan emIly able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Truu wholesale Druggists Toledo O Walding Kinnau Marvin whole ewe Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood sad mucous serface of the system Testimonals sent free Price 7lic per bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the best Ho Found a Curo R H Foster 318 S 2d Street Salt Lake City writes have been botheredwith dyspepsiaa or indigestion fur 21 years have tried inauy doctors withllut relief but Ihave found a cure in IIerbino I recommend ti to all my friends who are aillicted that way tnd it is curing them too 5Oc at J H Williams druggist m 1s YOU KNOW WHAT ARE TAKING 1hyou tnkn Urove1netelpse Chill Tonic be eueethnformula is plainly printed on ever bot is hoVlnlf that It Is shnply Iron and luiuioe In itnetrieye form No Cure No tay Je land Sale for School TaxI By virtue ot taxes due me as treas urer of White CommonllSchool Die trlct No 30 Rosine lwl11 Ion the 4th day of January 1go4 expose to public sale nt the Court House door In Hartford Ky the following lands viz- Acree Tax Ambers Luther 3o 231- Bytrs John t town lot 2 50 Black heirs 15 4 12 Central Coal Iron Co 200 4 20 Otto Mrs Saran 8 Nz 62 Myers John zoo 4 00 PIerce Mrs Mary house lot 2 12 Reddish Mrs Hanna house lot 2 37 Rolph W II I town lot 255 R L BOYD Treasurer Horce Branch Ky By virtue of taxis due me as treas urer of White Common School Dls tract No 27 Balz town I wilt on the 4th of January 1904 expose to public sale ot the Court House door In Hartford Ky the following lands viz- Oliver John D 35 4 31 R L Bovn Treasurer Horse Branch Ky- SMALLNOUS KY Dec gMr Arthur Hunt spent Saturday and Sunday with his par eats at this place Miss Addle Barnes returned to her home near Prents Wednesday Mr B L Taylor and slater Miss Annie returned home last Monday rum a visit to their grandparents and other friends and relatives in the Lib erty neighborhood Miss Attha Addington Heflin who has been the guest of her mother has returned home Mr William Addington Jr and Miss Eulah Withrow spent Saturday the guests of Miss Withrows uncle McClellan Withrow or Nelson Stat tlon Miss Maggie Hunter spent a few days last week the guest or her sister Mrs P L Wood Ceralvo Mrs W T Howell mention of whose illness we made is a great deal betterMr A M Haut spent the 5thand 6th with his parents Mr and Mrs H D Hunt M D Maddox Rockport Ky wes the guest of his parents yesterday He spent Saturday night with his sister Mrs J C Hilt of near South Carrottton Misses Annie Taylor and Letla Hunter are the guests or Mrs J C Hill this week Mr Fred Robertson has joined the United States Army Mr Sam Withrow and wife were the guests of relatives In Central City a few few days last week Were retvtry much to give upfrom n our midst Mr and Mrs R D Ben nett who have moved to their old home at Beda Mr William Balls happened to a- very painful accident while loading some logs Saturday by getting his arm dislocated Dr George Everly was summoned who dressed the wound ImmediatelyIMasers Otha Leach Birch and GIl- bert Taylor of Beaver Dam spent a few days here last week on a hunting expedition Mr and Mrs Ed Balls Rockport Ky are visiting relatives In this communIty WIIITESVIILE KY j Dec gJ O Strothers entertained few of his frIends Saturday night Miss Stella Wedding returned home Saturday night after nn extended visit to relatives at Dundee Mr Frank Brooks or Owensboro visited his parents here Saturday and SundayIMiss Annie Hickey and brother Onl8 entertained a few friends Tuesday night Mr Edmond Lltsey and family left Saturday tor Missouri whertthey will make their future home Messrs Hosea Shown and Hayden Webb Beda were the guests of Mr Thos Hickey and family Tuesday and Wednesday Sick Headache Food doesnt digest well Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coated Its your liver I Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dys pepsia biliousness 2Sc All druggists 1 Wnllt your mOIltophe or tArtl R beauUful brown or black 1 hen use BUCKINGHfMS DYE 1hlsOcrs 10 e o on P wu a Po xHw1 NH ereL As Usual tx+ Christmas Shoppers Will find Headquarters of for HOLIDAY GOODS at the Popular Drug Store of Z WAYNE GRIFFIN BRO Santa ClausIs overloaded with PRE ENTH this year for everybody und ho has just dropped his load at GRIFFINS where ho invites the public to call und take their choice lhofo you will find the most splendid array of Xmas Presents and Holiday Goods Ever brought to Hartford Presents of all kinds for all kinds of peoplebig little old and young Something NEB in every linethings that you never saw before Articles both useful and pretty valuable and expensive Fine lineS of resents for grownup people including Imported Chinaware Gold Watches for Ladies and Gentlemen Beautiful Parlor Lamps Fine Pictures Sterling Silver Novelties Goldplated French Bevel Mirrors Bisque Ornamonts and Vases Medallions and Plaques hint RrcksTull Pockets Tobacco Boxes Cracker Jars Candelabra Pin Trays Card Receivers Card Cases Etc The latest Novels Handy Books Childrotis Sets Etc Then there are Trinkets galore for the children By try ago can bo suited every tasto gratified Call and make your selection before the stocks picked Dont fail to see the 5000 CutGlass Bowl in our show window I Ren1ember the Plac- eGRIFHNBROIIIWAVHE Dealers In Drugs and Druggists Sundries Prescriptions a Specialty WRONG GRAVE IS OPENED Men who Investigate Murder Story Fail to Dig in Right Place Evansville led Dec 7The grand jury of Dubois county will Set on foot nn Investigation Intothe fact set out la the dying statement of Mrs Mell Andrews of the Hlthnm neigh bosbood which If true cleats up the mystery surrounding Ben Crabtree who disappeared thirteen years ago According to her statemept Ben Crabtree WAS murdered and her body burled on top of that of her mother The men who went tolngesthute thisI statement opened the wrung This fact hat just been learned and I Is the reason for the new investigation I Flsvorlto Family Romody Frequently accident occur in the household which cause burns cuts sprains and bruises for use in such basjforfavorite family remedy 25c 50e and 8100 ot J H Williams druggist m OASTOaXABean theIto Kind You Bats Alears Bought 8111r r 4 ItVU i FOR SI LE We have for sale itt n bar gin n Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College or Normal sclibol department n- Scholnrship jn the Mnssoy Business Collogo at Louisvillo nd a Scholarship in Hartford College and Business Institute For further informt lion call on or address rtn1 RT3PUnLT- ctNoaWllteEaray Risers Tho famous littlo plus J I r w- i k r r I T r i Economy I Should bo practiced in buying Christmas PresentsI ns well us other articles We bought our Christmas 1 Stock with the view of ofl ring our customers the latest inovelties at the closest prices A visit to our store will I show you that wo have ocr thing needed for Christmas i i Santa Clausi+ Rovols in ovorytlling to plenso the Christmas buyer fGreat stacks of Holiday Goods such ns Polls Locomo jtiveS Mouoy Banks Alligators Watches Toilet Sets jAutomobiles Pony Carts Truck Yngons Ten Pins Setsiir t articles to suit old or young too numerous to mention i Largo display of Furs llufis Rugs Couch Pillows tHand Bags Purses Childrens Fur Sets tad other I I sorviceablo articles that make olagaut Christmas Pres tents Como now and get n good choice You + j ford to either slight your friends and relatives or missj I this opportunity to buy Christmas Prix from n big stock at right prices 1 j ECONMY DRY GOODS STORE i Hartford Kontuclty +++++ IIJf +++++++ H++++++++++++ Hartford Republican PRIDAY DECEMBER II Go to Carson Bros for GunsI Malaga Grapes at Carson Bros Read Davless Co Bk Tr Co ad Carson Bros will pay cash for Furs IIIghest cash price paid for Furs at Sam Bachs Tweddell grinds corn every Tuesday and Friday tfr Alvin Burton of near here joined I the U S Army recently Sam Bach wants your Furs He will pay you highest cash price We buy as low ftS wcan and setl the same way CARSON CO Bring your Turkeys Chickens nggs and Feathers to Carson Co When you want Corn crushed dont forget that TweddeU crnches- I shncks and all tf not the man but one ot our to Suits helps might ly CARSON Co Bring your corn to R L Tweddell Hartford and get the best old ash loped Buhr ground Meal tt For your pocketbooks sake buy your winter Suits and Overcoats from us CARSON CO OSTFOlATllvDr D W King Is at Mrs Lou Collins Examination and Consultation free If- It you nave some nice white corn bring it to Tweddell and get it made into the Lest grained hominy ti- The hunting season Is now open and you will need a Gun and Ammu nltlonCarson Dros have them On the 26th inst P L Sandefur Roxey wilt dispose of hln personal and house held at public auctionItJ on TOAst at City Restaurant IQualt Oysters served in any style at City Restaurant Another keg of those fine Sweet Pickles at City Restaurant Nicest line of Gakes and Crack ers in Hartford at City Restaurant Mr m Crabtree Js quite ill at his room In the meat market building Test us Thats All we ask- CARSON CO For your Xmns Candies and Fruits of all kinds call on D 1V Williams Money spent here will be well spent CARSON CO Try our Vegetable and Oystr Soup It Is tine CITY RESTAURANT We are never too busy to walt on you CARSON CO City Restaurant wlUbe loaded with good things to eat for the Holidays New Dates Figs Raisins Currants Seeded Raisins c at City Restau rant City Restaurant carries the fanciest tine of goods In Hartford call and see City Restaurant is healquattra for Oysters Flab Celery Cranberries c c Your Xmas Fruit Baskets and BonBon Boxes filled in perfect style at D W Williams Myl Myl whAt nice Meals and Lunches you get at City Restaurant Any time Day or night City Restaurant will have the nlecest tine of Fruits Candles Nuts c In Hartford for Christmas New Overcoats and a lull tine of Clothing ECONOMV DRY Goons STURfl Bring on your corn pith We pay sc per pound and will take any quan tlty you have CARSON Co Economy Dry Goods Store Is head quarters for Santa Clans Ladles Misses and Chlldrens Rub ber Boots Menu Felt Boots ECONOMY DaY Goons SPORE Dr A S Yewell Osteopath room 12 Commercial Hotel Hartford Ky Examination and Consultation free One of BeAver Dams citizens Mr R U Mclean who has been serloua ly ill for some time Is slowly improv lug Rev E W Coakley assisted by Rev J T Jenkins began a protracted meeting at Beaver Dam last Mon day night If yon want to pay tooo for a tn and winter Suit we will show you an eyeopener for that money CAltSOU CO The little daughter of Mr and Mrs John SnnderCur of the No Creek neighborhood who was accidentally burned so severely a few days ago died Monday of her Injuries Mirs Cova Anderson City daugh ter of Mr and Mrs J A Anderson entertelned several of her little friends at supper Wednesday evening In hone or of her eleventh birthdAY Just received a lull line of Mens Rubber BootsaU new goodsnot a pair left over from last seasonevery pair guaranteed ECONotv DRY Goons STORE Dont fail to get In your votes on the big candle We ore going to burn this about December 25 You get a guess for every 1 that you spend with u CARSON CO Moore Crabtree will pay the largest market price for hides and furs can and see them The best of fresh Meat Lard Mackerel Sour Kraut and Plcklts ConstAntly on hand The Floating Studio Is now at Hart ford until January I 1904 Our prices on many of our better grades are cheaper than ever It will pay you to give us a call betore going elsewhere The result ot the local option dec Hon held at Render Saturday a9 an nounced in last weeks RErgnucAN resulted In a vote of 49 against and 22 for continued sale of liquor in the town When you start out in search o- Xmps presents stop In and see Car son Cos Furniture Department We have Morris Chairs Rocking Chairs and everything kept In a first class upto date Furniture Store CARSON Co Miss AnnIe Montgomery ot the WAltons Creek neighborhood who has been confined to her room for sometime of necrosis of the bone In one of her limbs under went a surgical operation Wednesday at last reports she was getting along as well as could be expected On lest Saturday Mrs Lucy Chick widow of AL Chick deceased died at her residence at Beaver Dam of heart failure he had been sick only a short while Funeral services were conducted by Rev E W Coakley after which Interment took place in Beaver Dam Cemetery Carsoc Co have completed and moved Into theIrGrocer and furniture annex to their already commodious store The new department inter sect the rear of the old building at right angle and fronts on Center Street This makes a very desirable business house and of a city like appearance After a Ungerlng Illness of several weeks Oscar Tiehenor son of M F Tichenor died at the home of his grandfather J D Bell near Matan zas at 1o oclock p m Monday Fu neral services were conducted by Rev T M Morton at West Point Baptist church Tuesday at ont oclock p m after which interment took place in the family burying groun- dSmallwoodDelaven Miss Rosa Lee Smallwood and Mr Fred Deliaven of Fordsvllle were married Monday evening at the real deuce of Mr W R Williamson on pearl Street Owensboro The sere nrony was performed by Rev W J Miller Mr and Mrs Deliaven returned to their home Tuesday Loulvllle Stock Market Quotations of December Toth sales Cattlebest quality 4 25 to f So Hogsbest quality f 40 Choice pigs 4 30 Sheep and LambsExtra shpplng sheep 2 So to 2 95 Extra ship ping lambs 4 So to 4 75 Kodol yspepiJa Cure Digosts what you oat PERSONAL MENTION OF TIIOSE WE SAW G M Daniel Horton was in town Monday Bud Sharp Buford was in town Monday J B York Rosine was In town Saturday V B Morton Cerclvo was In town Saturday w- Wortla Bell Matanzas was In town WednesdAY Ella Mathews Shreve was In the city Monday W P Brown Rockport was In the city Saturday Nelson Jarnagin Prentls was in- town Monday Dr H D Innis Render wao In town Tuesday J M Holloway Rosine was In town Monday Isom Lee Sulphur Springs was in town Monday in Judson Ashby Centertown was bore Sattiday Dr J D Maddox Rockport was in town Monday Arval Balls Centettown was in the city Saturday Dr B N Patterson McHenry was In theclty Monday J E Jo111e Heflin called to see us white in town Tuesday J B Mitchell Sulphur Springs was in the city Monday John Murcer Render called to see us while in town yesterday Zltck Hocker Fairest called to see us while In town Wednesday Willie Blair Buford called at this office while In town Saturday Presley Barnard Beaver Dam call ed to see us while In town Monday Robert Oglesby Centertown called at this office while in town Tuesday J W Cheek Askin made us a pleasant call white In town Monday G A Ralph Magaa made us quite a pleasant call while In town Satur day J H Davis Sulphur Springs call ed at this office while In town Monday Supt T M DeWeese returned Sunday alter a few days trip to Louis yule L H Condlct Matanzas made us It pleasant call while in town yes terday sppleasantthe city SaturdayVIElmer Tlntley of the Alexander neighborhood called at this office white lu town Wednesday Miss Cordla Nance of Owensboro is the guest of friends and relatives In Hertford and WillIams Mines this week Mr and Mrs Ben D Ringo and sons visited Mro Ringos parents at Schocho Ky the latter part of last week County Court Clerk M S Ragland and lion M L Heavrln went to Ow ensbore yesterday they will return today FATAL ACCIDENT James Murphy Kllltd by an I C Locomotive Central City Ky Dec SJames Murphy an unmarried man livIng with his father at Hillside three miles from this place was fatally Injured by an Illinois Central train this afternoon ot 315 oclock dying at 4 oclock is the office of Dr Creel whither he had been taken immedl ately after the accident Mr Murphy was returning to his home by way of the railroad When the train approached him he stepped from the track but not a sufficient distance to prevent being struck by the locomotive which threw him some distance He was struck im mediately below the heart- WANTEDTraveling men Salary Sooo per moth r8 oo per week expense money 2soQcash security required Address Lock Box 14 Lexington Ky2otfBUFORD KY Dec 9The protracted meeting at Mt Carmel conducted by Rev Bru per Is lu progress at this writing and Mr Is doing a great work Already thlrtyour additions to the churchar Mr Ford Dodson of is visiting here ot this writingSa Mr G W L Richedrum of Wore ren county was in our midst last week r w Cant be Beat Jfl Price and FitIn our very latest and Fine Line of Mens Youths and Boys Black and Fancy Dress Suits and Overcoats which e have direfully selected for the XIIAS trade Also have nn elegant line of the Ox Breeches Trousers and our fa mous American Gentleman Shoe made by Hamilton Brown Every pair guaranteed Our line of uptodate IIatsStetson and Swan Our lino of Shirts NeckwearIGloves Hosiery Trunks Suit Cases Etc is complete in every particular For the Ladies We have a fino line of Jackets readymade Dress Skirts Woolen Dress Goods Yaist Goods Childrens Cloaks and fact everything that could bo found in a firstclnss uptod- atolgenoral Dry Goods Store We will tlubto you a few prices L In Clothing f 12 Black Clay Worsted Suits at25012 Fancystriped Suits at 350 10 Beaver Overcoats Black and Blue nt 400 j 40 Pair Pants nIl wool at 125 In Shoes T 35 Pair lIens HnmiltonBrown Shoes at 125 25 Ladies rr Uat 125 75U Boys Girls S Childrens I HamiltonBrown Shoes at 125 In Dry Goods Hoosier Cotton at 51e Best Blench Cotton at 5c Heavy Canton Flannel atCc6cIExtra Heavy Bed Ticking nt l In Gents Furnishings 1 A splendid line inMons nndBoysSuspendersat lOc A great and fine assortment in socks atlOcA good wearing line of Gloves at 25c we have some moro splendid values to offer but ns our ace is limited will kindly ask you to call on us and con yourselves Yours for tradeJSAM BACH I S MASON Prin S M WILSON Preparatory MRS I S MASON Primary MRSSM WILSON Intermediate FORDSYILLE GRADED SCHOOL Fordsville Kentucky SoliflulSpring Term four months Four Departments Eleven Grades of Study Teachers Course a Specialty County and State Certificate Courses Large class for I County Graduation Tuition per mo th300Board in private families per wk 2 to 225 Club Board much cheaper Splendid Environment Very Fine Buildings Good Community For further information call on or address I S MASON Prin Fordsville Kentucky On the 5th cootsnClark inst ot Marvlnl Chapel I O F Coots and Sires Fannie Clark were united In marriage They both popular young people of the SunnydRle officiated neighborhood Rev J A I r CUre I OneMinuteCough For Coughs CtJIds and Croup I Driven to Desperation Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven to desperation in casoof accident resulting from Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a sup ply of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its WayueGriffin DeW Btts fSalve For PJles Burns Sores LAST OF THE KICKAPOOS I 7Remnant of the Once Famous Tribe Has Gone to Mexico The last of the Kickapoo Indians have shaken the dust of the Indian Territory from their feet and here after they will pay allegiance to the red white and green flag ot Mexico says the New York World Once the Klckapoos were a power Tai tribe and ruled over a large fertile section of the Missouri valley At the height ot their power the tribe was said to number nearly 70000 Now there are less than 700 During the Civil War the Klcka poos being a peaceful people fled to Mexico and settled In a fertile valley in the State of Coahulla After the war all but 176 of them returned to the Indian Territory The descendants of those who re mained in Mexico now number 442 while of the 412 who were In the ter ritory thirty years ago only 184 ore left The last ot these have gone now to join the rest of the tribe in MexicoIn territory with the advance of civilization the tribe found itself slowly but surely becoming extinct Finally the death rate became so high that the tribe councilors decided to get as for away from civilization us possibleThe absentees had invit ed them several times to join them in Mexico and finally at a grand powwow of the whole tribe it was de cided to accept the Invitation The Mexican Government took kindly to the scheme and gave the tribe a grant of all the land embraced in the valley in which they had originally settledThe Indians will farm enough for their own supply and engage in stock raising for the profit This with the Income from their lands In Indian Territory will afford them a good living A Bargain for Farmers The New York Tribune Farmer a national Illustrated agricultural wef k ly of twenty large pages has no su perior as a thoroughly practical and helpful publication for the farmer and every member of his family and the publishers are determined to give It a circulation unequaled by any paper of its class In the United States Knowing that every enterprising uptodate farmer always reads his own local weekly newspaper The New York Tribune Farmes has made nn exceedingly liberal arrangement which enables us to ofler the two papers at so low a price that no farmer can afford to lose the opportunity- The price of The New York Tribune Farmer is too a year and TUB HARTFORD REPUBLICAN is 100 a year but both papers will be sent for a full year If you forward 125 to TUE REPUBLICAN Hartford Ky Send your name and address to The New York Tribune Farmer New York City and a specimen copy of that paper will be mailed to you d Ballards Horohound Syrup Immediately relieves hoarse croupy cough oppressedrattling rasping and difficult breathing Henry C Stearns Druggists Bhulelburg Wis consin writes May 20 1902III have been selling BallardsHorehound Syrup for two years and have never had a preparation that has given bet ter satisfaction I notice that when I sell a bottle they came back for more I can honestly recommended it 25c 50c and 8100 at J H Wil liams druggists Wives Wanted Out West A traveler In Arizona reports that the young men of the West are bach elors not from choice hut from necessity says the Ahnnv Ar 111 Of the dearth ol wr u rfon he says ThoiiHinuB of cattle are standing knee deep in alfalfa the laud is rich and the young men are thrifty and prosperous But they cant get wives There are not women enough to go around Arizona wants several carloads of women just as soon as she can get thorn Census statistics support this view of the case not only as to Arizona but at to A number of other Western states and territories Kind Words anti Noble Deeds As the nnlfit the bird lives on and on in the life of wme one who has heard ttlIt is with kind word and noble deeds nereis always some heart ilia1 nevs cuf mutr sc mei 1Ii a1 V dUiUILis STRONGER THAN ITS i WFAKFST LINKw a HNO y MMIS- uSTRONGERi THANJilS STOMACH DRHERCES GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY MAKES WEAK- 5TOIACH5 STRONG I weary soul that will eagerly receive your kind and gentle words and weave them as golden threads in the sombre warp of their sad lives Be not miserly with words of commemla tlon and comfort and never lose an opportunity of doing unostentatious ly a good deed for in the hereafter when you and I have crossed the Eternal Divide their memories willc live and good seeds we are sowing now will continue to bear fruit Inc the years to comeExchange The Groom Was a Telegrapher I was engrossed in my magazine HS the train sped on and did not notice that a bride and bridegroom entered the carriage at a small station but my attention was attracted to the couple in rather an odd wayby tele graphic signals Two young men evidently telegraph operators who sat opposite teach o other were making remarks about them by ticking with their pocket knives Sweet as a peach isnt she tickI ed off one of the young men Yes replied the other Bridal couple evidently See how close he sits to his tootsy wootsyI They are holding each others hands arent they No but they are exchanging love glancesHow on earth do you suppcs n chump like that managed to catch such an angeljGive it up She surely couldnt see anything in him to admire Her lips were jnst made for kisses Thats what they were sayWell When the train gets to the next tunnel Im going to reach over and kissherYou wouldnt dare Yes I would Shed think it was her husband you know Their telegraphic conversation ceased here for the bridegroom had taken out his pocket knife and com menced to tick off this message When the train gets to the next tun nel the chump proposes to reach over and hammer your two heads to ether till your teeth drop out Sr New York Morning Telegraph Avoid all drying Inhalants a d use that which cleanses and hr s the membrane Elys Cream Ht is such a remedy and cures Cjna n easl ly and pleasantly Cold in the head vanishes quickly Price 50 cents at druggists or by mail Catarrh caused difficulty in speak ing and to a great extent loss of hear ing By the use of Elys Cream Balm dropping of mucus has sensed voice and hearing have greatly im provedJ W Davidson Atty at Law Monmouth Ill AI Meisrs E C DeWitt Co of Chi sago 111 are Kile owner and pub linherjof the Kodol Almanac and zoo Year Calendar and will bs pluMed to mail A copy of this booklet to any one enclosing a two cent tamp with a re quest for name provided this paper la 1ll ntJId NEXT LEGISLATURE About as Many Farmers as Lawyers Rev lUre Edwards Christian Hopkinsl District Only Preacher The Courier Journal of a recent date gave a list of the men who will con stitute the next general assembly of Kentucky and the vocation of same While the vocation of some ere not given we have examined the list care fully and finds the various walks of life will be pretty much represented In this body as given below There will be just about as many farmers as lawyers the former num bering 28 and the latter 30 The majority of those whose voca Lions are not given reside In small towns and villages and it Is highly probable that a complete list would show that there are a few more farmers than lawyers Merchants are thirdwith ten and teachers fourth with six One legislator is put down as re tired dad one gives his occupation as trader not specifying any partic ular kind of trade SeVeral are desig nated as tobacco dealers some In conjunction with some other trade or profession There will be one hotel- keeper one capitalist one opera house manager one magistrate one drummer and one law student J T Pride of Morganfield who is twenty roar years of age just within the constitutional limit as to age who will doubtless have the distinction of be- Ing the youngest member of the legislature There are two distillers and wholesale liquor dealer The Rev Edwards who represents the counties of Christian and Hopkins In the senate Is the only minister There are three insurance agents and one real estate agent What Editors Observe Observant editors always notice that The chap who tries hardest to work a newspaper for special favors Is one who never spends a cent with It and is not a subscriber The man who kicks most about the inaccuracy of the newspaper is the one who does the least in assisting to gel the fact accurately when he has opportunity to do go The man who kicks hardest about a certain paper hasnt seen a copy of it for six months The man who has it in for the pa per has had the bitter truth told about him by some unusually frank reporter and has a big sore spot The man who spends the most money with the paper kicks the least If you expect a man to find a com pliment about himself you must put typet In nonpareil between patent medicine ads on the fourth page hell find it and come hunting for the man who writ It A man protected mercifully In ras cality never appreciates it because the protection only encourages him In being the reptile that he is The paper which tries to please everybody at once soon pleases its competitors by dying The man who spends least for ad vertising experts more returns than the may who spends the most SHOT GIRL AND HIS RIVAL Because the Girl who did not Love Him Would not Mar ry Him Paris Mo Dec 7 Enraged be cause Miss Annie Hartman whom he had secured a license to wed would not marry him Frank Dawson member ot one of Monroe countys pioneer families last night shot both his sweetheart and successful rival Joe Hughes at the home of George Own by during the night The girl is mortally wounded and the condition- of Hughes is serious Paroles Are Issued Frankfort Ky Dec 9 The State Boatel of Prison Commissioners pa roled the following prisoners Cicero King of Ohio county serving ten years for manslaughter He is pa roled un rtroiflturiidMloB of the pris on phynlctan He served four years Sum Ireland of bollard county serv log eight years for manslaughter He had served three years t A NOVEL BAR ROOM Green River Man Defeats Efforts of State Officers to Indict Peter Tole who owns a boat on Gren River has u novel way ot de eating the efforts of the State officers to lorce him to take out a license to sell liquor says the Owensboro In quirer Tole has a boat which he calls n passenger boat and it makes trips between Green river towns It Is fitted up with an excellent bar and passengers are taken on or put off at any place but the boat remains against the bank at no time except to receive and discharge passengers The man carries Government license to sell liquor but the State officers can not make him pay up nor can they Indict him He Is making quite a reputation along the emerald stream and has a large trade Ills case was brought before the Federal grand ju ry recently but nothing was done with the matter OASXOEtXABn thelitKind You Hiw Always BscjN Btautv 101ef I ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY ixcoiroMiTin Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense if you say so We connect with all Inv dependent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky Cumberland TELEPHONEAND t Telegraph Co iBeorporeteil Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence and ol business My business has- inereasedgand my wlfes voice is never heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for pool service and gentlemanly competition C PI NOWLIN Manr j SOMEBODY CAN GET DAVIESS COUNTY BANK TRUST GO OWENSDORO KY Cash Capital S5OOOO- SUekhldrt Addtl Liability tSOOOO QuiranU Fund for Cuilom ri 82 00000 11a rtftlnc1 nbjtrt to check Cwtl Bolhuia to depwlt or check our AU can be don by mall loterrtt Id on time dpooIla 5 PER CENTforllnumthior4rcntfor Ibortrrerlod IntentbeQlnImmodlately- Can or writ for furUwr tanlcoUn T S ANDFUIOV IrvUeb Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to I Colorado Utah the Pacific Coast seRVIceCAFEELECTRIC LIGHTED Cartai IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE- Via t MEMPHIS direct to HOT SPRINGS ARK And Points In TEXAS and CALIFORNIAMEXICOI DOUBLe DAILY DINING CARSIa fl IB CotIto fiMiir Ufirailiw Uftitli rat it R T G MATTHEWS ft tin lit loon 23J illlMi Bt it lCiailtu IT HCTOVUMSCND 4T ACT OT LOUIS fI CONTEST at the Is to be on number of of to be the is to be decided to every to to enable them to makes close n be tween G I from 1 to 1 1C from 1 to 1C 1 to 1C 1 to IS to If you S3 cents I Have Always Bought Signature of j Dww n C C K BARUETT LAW llAUriOKM praetlrvUtlrprofMuloB In nil court nod ndlnlnlulfcouutlnudCourCoI Appeal Hpoclnl to nil butlnmut ntruiml to their care the 1rnctlrvotCrlm Ionian Ilrnl K Ie Inw H OIBreln HulIdlLR t WILSON ATTORNEY AT HARTFORD KY RprclAl attention to making bitriwtn Ae nllo Notary lor conn Ur Olfle Id public square R R WEDDING Attorney at HARTFORD KY nnd tj URIcv ores Ohio Counts bask U I HIINIWT WOODWARD Q 3 Q ckS KY rill prnrtlro In all ttit Moue lint to ot W BARNES LawATTOHNII- YllAKrroin Will hie In nil the Court and ronntlo nml la Court Appeal Hlrtrt attention wlllb to entrnitrd to fila Itjr RHEUMATISMills produced by diseased kidneys cnn bo cured ARGON OIL is tho remedy its oflcct marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it not satisfied your money bo cheor fully refunded Ask you 25c 50- cC01ARGON OIL i 130 West Main St Louisville Ky i5OQi 50 Cent yt 8 5 0T 9 itForyears TilE MEMPHIS WEEKLY COMMERCIAL APPEAL given back part of its to subscribers in 9 ej The First Correct or Nearest Correct Guess on the Number Dales Received In Memphis from September 11903 to January 15 1904 will be awarded a Cash Prize as follows If Received In S6OOO If Received In October 3000 J If in in 1000 iTo be more plain proposition is simply this If nearest guess is received in September the fortunate guesser will tn cash If not until October 3000 If not until If not until December 1000 TIlE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL APIEL is U1C best and cheapest the South It Is 10 to 12 every item of news of any importance that occurs In the a farm edited by a farmer a veterinary department a womans and childrens department a religious page Frank Tnlmnges weekly lennon and the Sundayschool full etc You it to your children to take n good general newspaper They grow up more intelligent men and women CLOSES DECEMBER 31 1903 midnight but guess the bale Tllnuary1rIIIIKxchaug figures upon which the contest lu order help one figurecloselyand guess the receipt Mcnplits the dates mentioned for tbe past years ore below Receipt September 1807 and Including January 1C 1808478828 bales RocclptM from September to mid Incluillag January 1801 038001 bales Uecelpts September 1800 and Including 11100470171 bales Receipt front September lOflO nnil Including 11I011i12120 bales Receipts from September 1001 and Including January 1C 00481007 bales Receipt from September 1 1003 to mid Including Jimuary 1003021101 bales SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY Slake remittances and address Till COMMERCIAL AIlKAI Mumplils Tenn additional guesses sand each extra guess without paper A CASTORIAFor The Kind You Boars tho y MIUBNETT HtllTII SMITH ATTORNEYS AT KY Will the Ohio attention given Collwtlonannd J rlnltlra HcrcBUCix JNO B LAW irlTn eollrctlons Politic Ohio north Law Ifntlon Attorney rlxanilnrrtorOhloCoan 1IKAVUIN YOOIWMil HEAVRIN t1El lUurroun thrlr prnlnwlun Conrt Npintlifflr door Hank HnrfforO H Attorney atAsurorsxv Kr practice protxnilon Ohio aitoUlnic the awes hon care lullrrUont peel once tncoartbou nml other is you arc will Druggist q- WE1V NOir YOU I bas giveshoBIG CASH PRIZE of of Cotton September Received November OLfor Received December the correct SlGtO in Has lias department iracticnl DeWitt lessons report owe thereby 1808 FREE payable want for SEND GUESS AND REMITTANCE IN SAME LETTER I gun that the number of Dates of Colton received In from tpttmber 11103 to January Iii loot wilt be OlemlhI Send Paper to Posloffice County State IfnterGuess to 1- PoetofGce I stale I USE THIS COUPON WHEU POSSiiiLE- it Jattsd out properly it 1 not necessary to write a letter wllb i tViIVW UgWiY QIYOUVC fty 1r = = = L = = nn 11 To Cure a Cold irm One ysDyTake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A Ill Ionevery Seven Million boxes sold In past 12 months This Signature 9 3zr s box 25c 1 Constipation And all symptoms and Results of Indigestion Absolutely emoted by the uu of DRIDARISTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Mone pleue4lthn not yuu remtrchaolofolCanntlawnuptk nand IndIo asst wuprtrdltdp- ow to try a German ldrer 11belltrenwaurpriudtoend Mmull cured of thin tnoatdrudcdol tastily lIInll lie It now e well man and not uar any mtdidoe II are dlctod In this ma neratra ft a trial It will wet rota only keen and It not druuin u authorized to nueaaweuonehe TJlD AMERICAN rllARJl1ACAL CO QeanarWe lad Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNewt FOtlinorIandSOta100 A Pcrfcct For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back It It falls Trial Bottles free WeakHearts Aro due to Indigestion Nlnetynlne of every ono hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indlges Ion It la a scientific fact that all cues of heart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indl- cestlon All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and ewells the stomach pulling It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased MrDKaubleCIt tlevada ON 1 hadltomacb trouble end was in a bad auto u I had heart trouble with It I took Kodol Dyapepsls Cure for about four mombl aDd It awed m- eKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Dcttlacolr StCO Site boldlag outs thns the trial lite which sell for hoe Prepared by E O Owi7TA 00 CHICAGO EMPERIENCE 80 YEARS I TRAOC Y MARKSI penning s eaelch and our I tree whetber as 4quicklynn IprobabllpetgtahlsOOlonlalenu- lent Communle tree Oldest a fur eecunnR jlento 1atenu taken through Mann A tv receive nolle without chart m th- eScienilfic lmericane A handomely ifnitrated weekly rIIIH dr selentmo ournal Terms n a newdwherei9UNNuranch umoe a sere lrccpf Positive CrrnD intpefeaea toss of Naeaxd Seminal falaacnl Spnmton- llNIIIlOllIJOIlruatraa of MemervSe Will maiyoraS7a0AOVioar 6 Born 500 8fHeaIOlntlo1llIallt1 wits loch Car Adl- 1aa1bI tuw sizrtCO polo LUCAS AY- LST LOUIS Mo inDI ESTION- aI wa tronbled with tom ooh trouble Thedfordflsck- Draueht did me more good In one week than all the doe tor medicine I took In a yesrMRS SARAH B- SLIIRFIBLD EIIUnlllI Ind Thedforde Black brought- quickly invigorates ac trod cures oven chronic cases of Jf you will take a small doeo of Thed ford Dlack Draught ecca lIionalllYOtl will keep your perfect THEDFORDS- A DRAUGHT More lcknc88 is caueedby constipation than by MY other disease Thedforde 1 DlackDraught not only rel- iove8 constipation butcures- diarrhooa Md dysentery and keeps the bowels regular All drugglete sell- 25cent packag- esThodfordR Black Draught is the best medl to regulate tto bowels I have over MRS A M GRANT Snoods Ferry N C- COIISTITATI011 A JETT CASE ARGUED DEC1S Breathitt County Feudist Ex pects Favorable Action From Court of Appeals Curtis JeU has received word tltst his motion for n new trial in the case m which hI was couvlcted In n lower court along with White for killing J B MarcunJ will be nrgued in the Court of Appeals at Franllort Dc ceniber 15 lIe confidently expects a new trial lIe was given n life sentence for this crime Just when the court will take up the appeal of hIs case In which the tower court found him guilty of tle murder 001n Cockrell and sentenced htmalo be hanged lie has not been advtllcd The date of the execution of Jett as set by the judge was December i8 Alex lIargls the brother of Judge James lIar is has beet at the VII lard hotel for stverdl days but has not yet called on his notorious relatives HArgis lays that he does not intend to call on him RS the Jetts and the lIarlls family although tela ted have never been good friends He explains his act of friendship dur Ing JeUR trnls by slug that they were aone prompted by blood ties r Alex lIargl was In the city several weeks ago and though a clerk In his store at Jackson sent n suit of clothes to Jett Rt the jail At that time lfargla telephoned Jailer Pflanz that the reason he did not call was that lie wished to avoid the newspaper no turlety of it p u NIAGARAS END IS COMING Cataract Will llaveAlmost Disap peared in 25 Hundred Years In s Soo years hence the discharge of the Niagara will hnve become Inter mltttent ceasing at low stages of the lake and finally the Niagara river on the rising edge of the basin will have its wAters turned back and southward and no water will flow over the Niag ara escapement of that day Through this agency alone Niagara falls will tease to exist long before the escarpment has been worn away to the river level at Fraud Island but as It Is eVen now lessening the volume of water poured over the lale the erosive pow er of the stream Is diudinishing and we must therefore increpse the pert od necessary for the retreat of the Ca nanito falls to the south end of GOa island and the stealing of the waters of the AmerIcan falls Arauming the cotlnuty of the forces named we might outline the probably fDture life and the death of the falls thus With progressive loss In water volume the Canadian falls will reach the south end of Gent Island In from m 000 to l5oo Yeats the death of the American fal s The flow of the waters will now have become intermittent and at first only at period el mean and bight water In Lake Erie eventually at high water alone will there be any discharge over the escarpment This will continue for a period of from t to 2000 years The entire now to the north will cease and the river will run back into Lake Erie leaving the escarpment dry at a point not very far South of Goat island and with n height of about too feet This will be 3500 yearn hencethe death of Niagara fatlsHarpers Weekly KENTUCKY BRIDE Was About to Suicide When Old Friend Called and Visit Prevented It Los Angeles Cal Dec 9 An elopement from her Kentucky home marriage In Nashville Tenn to a man Ibe had known less than a week and who gave an assumed name and desertion in Los Angeles are the events which are crowded Into two weeks of the life of 18 yca7 old Ger trude Davis and which drove her to the verge of suicide The father of the deserted bride Is a minister In a small town near Louis vllle Alter a Jew days acquaintance she eloped with George Raymond After she had been gone a few days she wrote to her mother that she was going to pas her honeymoon In Los Angeles Her mother telegraphed to a Pasadena friend to call on her daugh ter and he only arrived on the scene In time to prevent the ending of the girls life Her husband had forsaken tier leaving n note to the erect that his money was all gone and that he had not married her In his real name flow Old Are You One day there came to the court of a King n Jrahalrld professor who amused the King greatly He told the monarch of things hencv knew and he was delighted But finally it came to a point where the ruler wanted to know the age of the prftssnr so he thought out a mathematical problem Ahem said the Ring I have an interesting sum for you it Is a trial In mental arithmetic Think of yourbirthNow the professor was sixty years old and was born two days before Chriatimas so he thought of twelve December being the twelth months Yes said the professor Multiply by two raid the King Yes Add five Yes iali the profersor doing- so Now multiply by fifty Yes Add your age Yes Subtract 365 Yes Add Its Yes And now said the King might I ask what the sesult Is Twelve hundred and sixty II replied the professor wonderingly Thank youllsaid the Ring So you were born In December sixty years ago eh Why how in the world do you know cried the professor Why replied the King from your answerl260 The month of your birth was the twelth and the last two figures give your age lIal hAI hal laughed the proles sor Capital ideal Ill try It on the next person Its a polite way of finding out peoples ages Ramolts LIver Pills and Pelletsa complete pleasant scientific treat ment for constipation and biliousness 25 doses two medicines 25c For sale by J H Willisme m CASTOllXBears thethe Kind You Hate Ahrap Bough Slgutue IIJP THE IMMORTAL DOCUMENT The Question is flow to Preserve the Great Paper The Immortal Declaration of Inde pendence so precious to the hearts of the people of the United Slates Is now practically all things of the past so far as the official and original copy Is concerned It Is announced that no one cnn hope except under the most extraordinary circumstances the occurrence of which Is not antic pated to look upon they document again Secretary Hay has at the urgent recommendation of the ablest sclen fists directed that the prevlous document be no more exposed to the light that being the agency which will eventually cause the obliteration of the fastfadlng characters so pre dons to our history The time must come relatively speekingt will come when all that will remain of the declaration will be a blank sheet of paper scarcely defaced bya few In dletinct Ink marks here and there which can be Indentllied only by the Inscriptions and signatures on the case in which It Is deposited At this moment the precious document la sheltered between two sheets of glass In the the dark drawar of a great steel safe where it is comparatively safe from light But even this des perate expedient Is not guaranteed to preserve the declaration even In its present dilapidated condition and ns I have said the time must inevitably arrive when the writing will have practically disappeared Liver spots have spoiled many pretty oomplexions and nothing so completely removes thorn as Ramons Tonic Regulator Just a mite of this pleasant v getablo powder on roo- tireing paints the bloom of health on lbe cheeks Largo tin box 25o For sale by J H Wdliams rn e CUNNING OF THE POSSUM I lIow lie Foots the Dogs That are Pursuing Ills Trail lie will usually go home by a tree trunk route Through the open country on the boundary o1 his range he trots along without minding his j steps The dogs may have all the fun here with his trail that they can I He Intends only that they shall not find his home tree not even the vicinity of it So as lie enters his own neighbor hood swamp his movements changE The dogs may he hArd after him or not II they art not close behind he knows by long experience that they may be expected and never so far forgets his precious skin as to go straight to his nest tree Instead he trots along a boundary fence or In stream leaping the cross lug logs and coming out likely on I the bank opposite his home tree Farther down he jumps the stream runs hard toward n big gum and from a dczen leetaway takes a flying leap catching the rough trunk up just out reach of the keennoser dogs He goes on up a little and leaps again touching the ground ten feet out thus leaving a blank of twenty or more feet in his trail The stream or fence has puzzled the dogs but now at the tree they begin to worry They circle and finally pick up the scent beyong the first gap only to run instantly in a greater blank one that the widest circling does not cross for the possum bas taken to another tree out on the limbs of this to still another and on like a squirrel from tree to tree for perhaps a hundred yards on it may be to his own high hollowNatlonal- Magazine MARRIED BY PROXY Grooms Father Acted and Signed the Marriage Contract for ills Son New York Dec gMrs Rafael Lopez a Cuban of unusual beauty and some wealth arrived in New York to day from her native land to greet her husband to whom she had been married by proxy on November Ig last Rafael Lopez the groom was at that time In this country and she was In Cuba She was Anna Rosa Fernandez V Wegener an orphan The wedding was to have taken place several months ago owing to death In the family of the young girl the wedding had to Le postponed and young Lopez crag forced to return to the United States Then It was de cided to hav the marriage ceremony perfored in Cuba the grooms father acting as his proxy and giving the ususl pledge and signing the marriage contract for his son Young Lopez is a machanlcal engineer employed in Patterson N J eg The Work of the Great He only is n great of heart who floods the world with a great anee Lion He only Is great of mind who stirs the world with greet thoughts He only Is great of will woo does something to shape the world to a great career and he Is greatest who does the most of aU these things and does them wellRoswell Dwight Ilitchcoclc po Bilious Colic Provontod Take a doubto doBoof Chamberlains Colic Cholery and Diarrhoea Remedyali soon as the first indica anda I oalHundredsto attacks of bilious colic use the remedy in this way with perfect success I For sale by all druggists mI THE TREikTlrG HABIT It cot b Victim Many a Dollar nod lIany a Pang Is It not a tact that men really spend In treating amounts that they would hesitate to give away no matter how deserving the charity It Is a trait of human character that comes through thug nil absorbing disposition to hold your end up when with a friend Hun dreds of men take thousands ot drinks that they do not want and other hundreds nny for thousands that aro not desired Two men meet and one says Mighty glad to see you Lets hato something Banner generally needs or even wants a drlnlc But the man who offers It wants to show that he Is generous llo takes this method of proving that ho Is glad to meet his friend The friend after ho has tnren the drink that ho did not want to Provo that he too IsI a good fellow Insists upOIt a second round The German custom of entering a sa loot taltlllg a drink and paying for It nllli for no others If adopted In Amer Ica would provo n blessing The Amor lean custom ot treating Is decidedly a curse What wo do for friendships sako costs us many a dollar and many a pang Springfield Union- Confedernte Flag In March ISm the Confederate con press adopted ns tho national emblem the stars and bare It was made up ot three horizontal bars ot red white and red with on bluo union In tho upper left hnnd corner on which were displayed thirteen whlto stars in e circle thus giving the historic red white and blue which tricolor appeared In all the succeeding changes The resomblanco of this to the stare and stripes led to contusion miatakes and loss of life at the battle ot Ma- nassas and shortly after that action another flag was born to the Confederacy In September 18G1 The battle flag was then adopted This In the language ot herardry was a red field charged with a bluo saltier with a narrow border ot white on which were displayed thirteen white starsin other words a blue St An Brews cross on a red ground ThIs was easily distinguishable and Wild never changed Au Air Tlltbt Fit Mrs Jennings and her city cousin were exchanglllg news of their old school friends How about Lucy Morse asked the cousin Has she kept ou growing tatter and tatter Well all Ill say Is this said Mrs Jennings Annie Fall told me last year that when Lucy sent home from Nashua where sho was nursing her uncle to have a silk waist made AnnIe realized she hadnt got ani measures and then she remembered that the last time Lucy was there she stOOd up by the big air tight stove and 4nn1e roo marked to herselt the resemblance between em And she took the lUeas- ure ot that air tight and cut In a mite for the waist linebout as much as n knife marks warm molasses candy and made the waist accordingly sent It on and Lucy wrote back It was an elegant LYouths CompanIon Wan Street and Clothe Tim best dressed men In New York are the Wall streeters There Is ono young member or tlo Stock Exchange who Is famous for hIs clothes He bas n wardrobe In his private ofico and changes hIs suit three times a tlayat 10 at noon and at 3 oclock A busy session on the floor will wreck any suit Most ot the brokers wear nn old office coat In the shuffle and turmoil and there Is scarcely an active member but has all extra pair ot trousers to put on after the close of busIness Scores ot little tailors In the financial dIstrict make a good living pressing trousers at riO cents n pair Tile Speetroacope Originally the spectroscopo was liP plied only to chemIstrY and In that limited field proved Itself an invaluable aid In accurate analysts By holding in a bunsen flame a platinum wire mole toned by contact with the skin the presence of a few grains of salt swal lowed a tow minutes previously can bo detected with the ppectroscope In deed so wonderfully refined Is the work ot the spectroscopic chemist that he cn discover in a substance the presence ot ono threemillionth of I groin ot metalIUI Artltle Sense Charley deAr salll young Mrs Torklns you shouldnt let your artIs- Uc sense worry you so much What do you mean I overheard you tplking to that friend with whom you play cards I know how much you appreclate bar mony In form and color but It Is wrong to bo so much annoyed because one heart got In with a few spades Washington Star For Sale by J H Williams Hartford Ky JjOYouTake QUiDioif ItS 10 to 1 you do If you are n victim of malaria Dont Do lt Its Dangerous won admit It will curo malaria but It leaves almost deadly after effects IiERBINEIis purely veguablo t lid ola oluir ly gaarauteod to cure malaria lImduch ldlioltm0u Imd aU stomach kuuey iuid liver c uilallll3 TRY rr lOdEY 50 fontQ tt1a ji J oIttt A5OOO WWlfmmmm GIVEN AWAY If you want to bothe lucky person buy your goods from us from now until the end of tho year and got a guess at the length of timo tho BIG CANDLE will burn The first person to guess the exact nuinber of hours or the bno guessing the nearestto the exact number of hours the candle will burn gets the rurni getSOnoanda guess It costs you nothing to guess and you maybe the lucky party This is open to all cashcustomers Como to see us and got moro for your money than you are offered elsewh- ereCARSON co HARTFORD KY NasaIFIYSCATARRH D TAgRctlltscot In all ehowel he cleanliness1f fNI- RElys Cream Balm cteamasootheeandhcals the dleeued membrane b Iatawayqnlckly Cream Balm lr placed Into the nostrils spreads over the membrane and le absorbed Itellefiha medlato and a core foUowl It le not dryingdoes pot produce eneezing Large Size SO cents atfrugt- glau or by mall Trial Size 10 cents by mall ELY BROTHERS GG WArren Sinet Now York Now is the time to subscribe for The Hartford Republican RPANS Tahules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The S cent pakeUa enonlfbor usual occaelone- Thefamlly bottle GO cents contains aenpply- forayear All druggists sell them CQSTOllXABears theThe Kind You Hate Abuts Bougtt slgnatnre of GlrUGl illinois Central RallroadTlmo Table Nw time card taking eCect SuDdar Dec 7 1e02atnoontlorth II Nonth hound No182 duo 537a m 1011 duel 11 a m 10102 due2e1p m 1001 tine a47 p m Nol22duelnl2pm NolllduesS5pm- ror nI Frefghtw- No l1J4 due 181110 pmS W1Iln v CJmTIt Cho County ClrealtCoertWTOwenJudge Jr Rowe Attorney Owenhoro T II Black Jolter SA Aodennu Clerk lto1nu Holbrook faster Com mleloner O Ii Liken TruateeiuryFuadCu- p Keown Sheriff Hartford Deputy SheriffC Neown Clarence Keown Jo U Robert It 1Boyd lei Court coo1eolllllntou day lu March and ugnat and continue three weekand third Monday In May and xoveraheyy two week Conaty CourtJ P MUIer Judge M S Rag and Clerk W II narDN Attorney Hartford ATCourtconvencaret Monday to each month Quarterly CourtBegtne on the third Monday In April July October and January Court of ClalmeConvene lint Monday in tar nary Taeeday after second Monday lu October Other OmrenJ n Wood Surveyor Ceralvo Frank Lowe Aeeeuor Deda Jam DeWeese School Superintendent JJarUor4 Dew L Davis Coroner Sulphur Springe 3 uaticsa Courts D FIindeon Denver DamFebruary lG May IS Apgnetll November l0 Oeo W Martlo DnlletowuFebruarr U May U Auguit 20 November 12 JooM Graham NarroweFebruary 23Ifay 2 Augnaf 211 November 13 T A Lynne Fordnll1JanulUl le May 1- AugudT November J A hick hlnfordFehrnary 7 May 5 AuI nit 12 november L- WAitoaeCentertownFebruary 0 May11 August 24 November O ofAagultCaztforc Sctce court Joo R Wilson Judge J S L wedding City Attorney ST Darnett 3tarhal Court con vanes second Monday lu each mont- hrelCSoam CGrvlc M E CbnrchSouthService third Sunday III each month lit 11 1110 and 7p m and fourth Sunday lit 7 p m Irayer meeting every Wedaee day evening Inv wTiMlller Pastor Daptl ChurehSenlce held second Sunday in each mouth ftt 11 a m and 7 p m Prayer meet lug every Thursday evening eI ChurchService Stet Sunday In each mouth at 11 a m and 7 p m Jlev J lJIJar nedpastor School Trustee 1iArtfotdJae I Miller J S Glenn S T StevIrn D 3f ifocker7II D Car eon Jon C1llley Town Trutet=A DWhlto L P Wmrner J IIlntton WI TllIIJey H J Welldlllg t3oexot Coeottoa A O U w meete first and third Saturday nlghtallartford Lodge No G7G P d A Macon Seat Monday night in ench month Bough IIIvetIOdge o 110KlIlght011rtbl- amt every Tuesday night Ire too Morton loat No4 O AII hold reg nlnr meeting Sntnrdnybetore5retSundayin each mbnthDeWits rJ Savo For Piles Burns Soros Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER rt PHILOSOPHY OF LIFE Subject ofProf Ongwes Lec ture Before the Pupils of District No 10 Friday A ternoon I am aware that it is difficult to reach the understanding of each of a large number of pupils who differ much in age taste and temperament but I shall try to illustrate my state ments with such simple homely e amples that all who give attentio- may understand me I can think of no better way to excite your interest in what I am going to say than to declare that every voluntary effort of the human mind is directed toward the attainment of its happiness and that I shall devote the half hour your teacher has so kindly Indulged me to Instructing you how to direct your efiorts into the most ef fective channels for the attainment of such inviting ends I should not 111 to be understocd as declaring univer sal selfishness but the highest act of selfsacrifice even to life for ones cause or country is but the act of him who sees in such a course of conduct his highest ideal of happiness In fact we can conceive of no other Incentive to humdn action than the attainment of happiness or what amounts to the same thing the escape from misery The fact that the e greatest and best of men have found their greatest happiness in doing those things that most benefittec mankind illustrates my idea of the unselfishness of the pursuit of indi vidual felicity But how to obtain what every one in each age has sought is no easyof problem else it were solved marin enons ago but the experience in the uncounted ages he has existed upon the earth has been treasured for our guidancelet us see what le sons we may draw from it The physical and mental man are no less subject to fixed and immut- ble laws than are the planets of t solar system The orbs in space bav no free will hence they yield a hilt obedience to the laws made to govern them and thus their tranquilly is preserved but God like man may choos between obedience and the penalty of disobeying If the earth were to refuse for a single second to obey the law requiring its orbitatto movement all form and order in the solar system would be instantly destroyed In like manner but in a lesser degree may mans disobedience to moral law disturb the moral work Bnt the point I mean to illustrate is that if men obeyed the laws God made to govern them as implicitly as the planets do theirs the same peaceful order would obtain among them as among the heavenly bodies But aside from his prevented will whit I shall refer to later on mans chief difficulty has been to know the lawsI ordained for his government hen ce knowledge is an important factor i every ones life purpose the attainment of happiness The infant wi grasp with eager hands the flamin g lamp I shall not indeed supect you of the simplicity of this baby but out yonder along the life paths you boys and girls must travel are unnumbered lamps with bright alluring flames that will more than burn your hands they will burn your souls if you ape proach too near them It matters little as in the case ot the baby that you did not know they would burn natures laws are administered with merciless exactness I believe that I may safely premise that every ailment of body or mind as well as every remorseful flicker of that night lamp of the soulman- consciencela but the penalty natn inflicts unerringly upon violators of I its laws If Indeed punishment were e inflicted only upon wilful violators education would not be a factor in the attainment of our highest happiness but since unpltylng nature exacts these tearful tolls alike of the uncon sclous and conscious violator of its laws learning alone can alleviate mans mental and moral misery Observe the anxious mother con stantly warning the toddling babe against the physical dangers of fire altitudes sharp instruments and many other physical agents the knowledge Hof whose laws lire so es sentlal to the well being of the child The youth is then warned of the more subtile dangers moral nrd physical until the parent if dutiful has ex hausted his own knowledge of t laws of the youths existence I hope now to have convinced each pupil that nature has beset tils pathway even from his cradle with Innumerable agencies to obstruct his attainment of his chief end in tits suefh f these obstructions that his were compelled by the necessities of his happiness to begin his education while he were yet a lisping infant The tine social and inoral laws well as the physical ones of mans existence were framed by an Omniscient lawgiver and if rightly understood and obeyed would produce i bappiaenss one to come It is true that ideal conditions like these are not to be expected in the present stage of our civilization but it illustrates the purpose ol mans creation Most of the wrongs that have outraged mankind have been charged t perverted will but when we recAll that the chief effect ofeducation is discipline the uncontrolled natural will we may fairly refer these wrong- e to Ignorance as their primal cause I would not have you misjudge m y advice to you to follow up your happiness It may seem a pleasant thing to some of you little boys to in dulge a game of marbles while on the road and reach home alter sunset But when you must then go to t back pasture to drive home the cows and fancy you see strange figures i n the great dark wood and your heartbeats frantically and the cows will not hurry however groundless your tests you are paying the penalty violating the law of your conduct which required you to hurry home from school and perform that task before dark This homely illustration might be multiplied many times or your every day experiences if I but had the time To advise one to always do that which when all the remote conse appeasis 1s indeed a sound principle but entirely Impractical in the present state ot ithoto presetd1 conform our conduct to established standards till we are sure of our progress in new fields but it is to escape the restrictions often embarrassing and sometimes even palatal of these very standards that I am urging you pursue learning with redoubled In terestHow often have you children at table at church and at other places where you were not sure of your con motdlearned more familiar with the requirements of the occasiondid before you acted and have you not en vied them such knowledge Little embarrassments like these are not signlficent in themselves except as musbevery partment of life Then If you would enjoy the happiness of receiving rath youar gladly reward such polite 11ttention with further remarks but Immutable Time which would not halt if a god were addressing an assemblage of kings has marked his hour Ona Hundred Dollars a Box IS the value H A Tisdale summer too S 0 places on DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve He sayaIII had the piles for 20 years I tried many doc tors and medicine but all failed ex cept DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve 1 It cured me It is a combination of the healing properties of Witch of Hazel with antiseptics and emollients relatives and permanently cures blind protrudiDrrheum and all skin diseases Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m CABTOBXA is BUll tDeThe Kind You Hare Always BotJ I of BljJSatttrt 1Ipo- fr Holiday GoodsAVntrlim lllnirs Dlnaioniln HIlviTwiire nnil lnerrt hug Ktiltubln for prwtentH lit must rle Illnttratol oat T CbentI N lot lnatl1RaYl SHREVE KY Dec 8 A protracted meeting Is In progress at Pleasant Grove chart It Is being conducted by Rev Edie Maddox assisted by his brother Rev Albert L Maddox Mr Murphy and family Narrows visited his parents here Sunday Mrs Nannie Miles returned Thurs day from n weeks visit to relatives Caneyvllle Mr Ella Matthews went to Hart ford Mondays Joseph Howard Eagle City ka who is spending the winter with his brother J B Howard visited old acquaintances here this week lies has spent something near a half cen tury rambling over the West an though nearing the three score mar be is a striking example of the vfgo- n ous manhood found in the count and climate away towards the land of the setting sun He is an eateaei owner in Alaskan gold mines His varied wanderings and romantic ex periences make his conversation in tensely interesting He brought with him a collection oi exhibits for the St Louis Exposition- o A B Grant and family Narrows visited Pumlrey Gardens family Sun- o dayswas in Tordsvll- e Saturday Supt DeWweese visited his mother here the last of the week Dr I W Meador who has been bad health for some time is some what improved and his friends hope to see him out again Mrs Jennie Armstrong who base been confined to her room for several years with a complication of troubles is no better Mr T E Butler IB putting in a new flouring mill at Shreve The work Is being superintended by Jos- r eph Hunter and the mill will be in operation the first of the yens will be a source of grant convenience to the neighborhood and no doubt a enterpriltA glaaa or two of water taken half an hour before breakfast will usual keep the bowls regular Harsh cat h artics should be avoided When a purgative is needed take Chamber lams Stomach and Liver Tablets They are mild and gentle in the action For sale by all druggist in Sentenced to Prison for 100 YearsI+ Dec 8ln t District Court of Cherokee county lo day Allen Brown a nee rocharged with attempted criminal Bwsiult was sn tenced to iooo yeats In the peniten nary Under the lAW the jury could SickBlood Feed pale girls on Scotts Emulsion We do not need to give all ScotteEmulsion restores the strength goodhealthfrom sick blood The fact that it is the bestI preparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oilat its best fullest in strength least inC taste Young women in their teens are permanently cured the peculiar disease of the bloodwhich shows itself in palencssweaknessandnervouHess s t with Scotts Emulsion It is a true blood food and naturally adapted to the the blood sickness fro whichso many young women suffer We will be glad to lend a sample to any sufferer De tore that thti picture In the loan of a label Is on the of every bottle ftoEmulsion you SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New York 1 I Coughed coughrorof sleep and I very thin I then tried Ayer s Cherry Pectoral and was quickly ntRN Mann Fall Mills Tcnn Sixty years of cures and such testimony as thee above have taught us what Ayers Cherry Pectoral will do We know its the great est cough remedy ever saykcurcincvcrydropy Lrtthenfont doctor If he cafe late It tail If tie tetra you net gnawsLearJ C ATEIl CO Lowell Mail not impose a death sentence When arrested Brown narrowly escaped being lynched To improve the appetite and fewleLiver Tablets Mr J H Seitz oi Detroit Mich saysIIThey restored inmy appetite when impaired relieved mo of a bloated feeling and cueed a pleasaut and satisfactory movement of the bowls There arc people in this community who need just sucha medicine For sale by all druggists Every box warrantedm RABBITS COME RATHER HIGH Dubolse County Boys Prosecuted ItFar Hunting on Posted Land Jasper Ind Dec yFrank Allen Ibacher and Andy Seltz two pr mt nent young men of near Hawesvile were prosecuted for rabbit hunting on 1the farm of Adam Hatcher and four Jasper boys were prosecuted for cone mitting the same offense on the farmI of S H Dillon near Ireland Allen bather and Seitz killed one rabbit t TheIrand coast against the six defendants amounted to 6930 or 2310 theoI game beenh20 case or 121 more in the six ca es Kodol Dyspepsia Curo Digests all classes or blood tones antI strengthens the stomach and di gestive organs Cure DiepepMa In digestion Stomach Troubles and makes rich red blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure re builds wornout tissues purifies strengtens and sweetens the stomach Gov G W Atkineonn ot W Va SIlSell have used a number of bot ties of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and Lave found it taiga a very effective and indeed a powerful remedy for itSto my Wayne- Griffin Bro m LIQUOR IN THE CAVE Negro Guide Carries on Unlawful Business for Many Years Bowling Green Ky Dec BEd Hawkins a negro guide in the Mom moth Cave was arrested today on a- chargesfeelllagllquorwlthoutltcenee He carried on his business in the selling whisky to members of oihadIt or How to Provont Croup It will be good news to mothers ofemalchildren to learn that croup can be prevented The first sign of croup is hoarseness A day or two before tho attack the child becomes hoarse This is soon follow Giveefreelym sinand it will dispel all symptoms of croup In this way all danger and anxiety maybe avowed This remedy is used by many thousands oi mothers and has never been known fail It is in fact the only remedy that can always be depended upon nUll that is pleasant and safe to1 take Fur sale by nil druggists m E P Barnes BroH 1 berized tho keeps out tho 1 Another shipmentXof Underwear has just arrived and all sorts and sizes hero again for Moll Tomon and Chil dron More now Fascinators m o r o now Dress morn now Shoes ev ery day brings some thing now and woaro Com mand by inailand your order willro ceive prompt and careful attention Visit us It would bo quite a pleasure to show you what wo have Salt Wo have just vfhloaded one carload of Best Michigan coarse Salt especially adapted to meat salting and is also good for ordinary tablo use Come to see for your Salt and you arc sure to secure the best MillineryI Thirty lays moro practically closes the Millinery season and many Hats in our lino crai bo bought for less than tho cost of tho material in them This means quite a saving to tho custom er and first como first served Come early and I got first choice Work Coats and Gloves fIDuck Coals 125 81 50 Rub Coats 125 150175 20250 T hero is- notitingthat gives service and winter are Goods atyoursorvico us us S u u I Ii ISO LLICCU UUUI1 Our line of work and I Dress TE BESTjvflD I Gloves is quito complete Wo quote Work Gloves at lOc 25c 50c 75c 1 125 per pair Dress Gloves 25c 50c 75c 1 and 150 Beaver Dawi Ky A1C TAYLOR IJndrrtlIkpr I carry in stock a complete line ot Undertakers goods together with a Hearse and am prepared to furnish anything in this line at any hour Embalming a specialty Washing dressing and layingout tree of charge Ae Ce TAYLOR Hartford Ky Hartford College HARTFORD KY studyPreparatory c Elocution and Art EXPENSESrruition per term often weeks 800 Twenty weeks in advance 1500 Board por week 200225 Students can enter at any time Catalogue and Circulars free Correspondence solicited O M SH U LTZ President E W PATTERSON V Pres e 1