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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jttzrtforb flqubllcan r u Fine Job Work a SpecialtyOrPCAL OEGM OP THE PARTY IN TEE FOURtH CONGRESSIOliAL DISTRiCT Subscription 1 a Year VTOL XVI HARTFORD ICY FRIDAY DECEMBER 18 1903 No 22 CONFESSED Five NegroesArrested in Christian Coun ty for Murder strange White Man Was the Victim of the Crime After Killing and Robbing Him They Cut Off His lace and Burled the Body HopLlnllvllle Ky Dec f6That murder will out hoe been demonstrtt ed In the most striking manntr In thlll county In the lost twentl tour hours On the night of Novtmbn f4- an unknown white omit was waylaid sad killed near Pembroke Ills bX1 was found three days alter on No vember 17 by n moll carrier and an other man Il Fad been partially eat en by hogs and there was nothing whatever on or about the body by whIch It could be Indentlfied Every effort was made by the local officers to ferret out the murderer or murderers end a reward wn onered by the governor It was evident that two or more men haul committed the crime from the number of Inotprlnta that were found In the salt ground of the woods near the bJdy and ahortly alter the find wag made the only clue that ever appeared wawa glove which was picked up from the ground This glove proved to be one that had beets bought In n stare At Pemboke by A Frank Mrrlweth a negro and the P mate to It was found In the pwk t of the coat Suspicion wag first directed however to a negro nrlmed George 010 1 land by Ills apending more money than it wa thought ht had lie va+ nrrctttd today by Msrebnl Jseksun and Irrcnce Moore of Petnhrnlte- I lie lit once conhse and uuphfated Dick Carney Frank Mllwlr Frank Maui Ch rlos Finch aeI W 1 lam Gtttett all ntlofOt The m- aPROFIT The matter of feed is ofI tremendous importance to the farmer Wrong feeding is loss Right feeding is profit The uptodate farmer knows what to feed his cows to get the most milk his pigs to get r the most pork his hens to get the most eggs Science But how about the children 1 Are they fed according to science a bone food if bones are soft and undeveloped flesh and muscle fOod if they are thin and weak and a blood food if there is anemia Scotts Emulsion is a mixed food the Cod Liver on in it makes flesh blood andmuscle the Lime and Soda make bone and brain It is the standard scientific fopel for delicate children Send for free sample JJe lure that thh picture to the form or a label Is on thx wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy Scott Bowne CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y 50c AndI all druggists I shal and his assistant at once arrested aU of the men and nil admitted their gnlltThe men slid that on Saturday night November 14 they saw the atannger go Intoll saloon at Pembroke and buy a bottle of whlsbv at which timE he dlsplayad a roll of money They followed him to the R T Shlles farm two miles from Pembroke where he made a lire and prepared to camp for the night They crept upp behind him as he sat by the fire and Meriwether struck him on the headI with n club The body quivered from the blow and fearing that the man was not killed George Holland burleda knife In his throat thus finishing the work beyond question They then went through his pockets and took away everything he had Including quite a sum of money though the negroes say they do not know how much there was of It They divided the money and In or der to prevent Identification they cutoff the face and burled the flesh pull ed off the shoes and socks and burled them and cut his clothes to pieces They then dragged the body some distance and burled It under a pile of rails where It wan uncovered by ho aWhen Gov Deckbam offered n re ward of 250 the county judge 5o and citizens of Pembroke loo every body tried to find out the murderers but lu vain when the finding of the body was reported everyone of the negroes went to the scene and of feted their Mslstanc In carrying for It and preparing It for burial Along with the men mentioned Ed Moseley also a negro was arrested Its said that he saw the killing from the road but that he was afraid to tell believing that some of the ne- groes would kill him An of the pris oaths were brought here tonight and lodged In jail It Is not Imposlble that the man who was murdered was E L Wentz the Philadelphia millionaire who dls appeared In October and has never been heard of since He was In the hblt tramping over the country with money and had possibly wandered to this county after traversing the State of Ten neesee Hows This Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any caso of Catarrh that cannot ho cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheuoyl Co Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 16 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all busincea transactions and man clallyablo to carryout any obligations made by thelrfirm West Truu wholesale Druggists Toledo O- Walding Klnnan Marvin wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter acting directly the blood Urnandmucous eorfaco system Teetimonals sent free Price The DruggiellHalls SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of Uxecutlon No 2039 Book n directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court In favor of IM Col- lIer against Len Able I dr one of my deputies will expose to public eileto the highest and best balder the fol lowing described property or so mach thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt Interest and coats on Monday January 4 II9o4 at r ocloc S m at the Court House door In Hartford Ky viz One lot In Dundee Ohio county Ky and bounded as follows On the west by the Fordrvllle and Hart lord rend on the North by the half Acre lot of Harry Hines on the East and South by the land or Mark Acton containing onehalf acre more or less TRRMSSate will be made on a credit of 3 months bond with ap proved security required bearing Interest ot the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of n sale bond Witness my hand this 17th day of December 1903 CAL P KnowN S O C By J H tonnaTs D S VOUKNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INO when you take OroTe Taeteleex Chill Toolo ber- nOIle the formula le plainly printed on ever bot tlx showing that It Ixlmpw Iron nod quinine In- ataxtelee form No Cure No Iayrc NEGRO SHOT DEAD Crap Game Ended in a Row and Louis Griffin was Killed Louis Griffin was shot and killed Instantly at Tweddells blacksmith shop here SEurJay late in the alter noon by Payton Sullenger who lives at Sulphur Springs this county These negroes and two vhite men had ben shooting craps at the Ohio County Fair ground Griffin had lost considerably about 150 he said and claimed that Sullen ger had unfairly won thewoney He attempted to forcibly compel Sullen ger to refund the money but Sullen get drew two large revolvers from his pockets and Griffin left the scene He came over to town and barrowed n revolver And started back to where he left Sullenger and the white men saying he Intended to have his money On his way he saw Sullenger and D W Likens enter the shop and he also entered though through a different door As soon as he was Inside he opened fire fan his man shooting three tlmts but without effect Sul lenger drew his pistol and shot the ball penetrated Griffins neck and six eyed the spinal cord from which he died by the time he fell tothe ground Sullenger left the sceme as soon Oil the shooting was over carrying both or his pIstols In his hands Anum ber of parties attempted to pursue and arrest him but he out stripped them alt He returned Monday and sutren deredHis examining trial was set for Wednesday but was continued until Monda- yTOLEAVE 4 US Robt Wedding will go to Charles ton Ga as Y M C A ISecretary Hartford Is soon to lcse another of Its most popular and admiral young men In the person of Mr R L1Ved ding who has accepted the Secretary ship of the army division of the Charleston Ga Y M C A Robert as he is fawillarly known In Hartford has been closely Identl fled with the Y MC A of this coup ty since Its first organization and i thoroughly prepared for the duties of the position to which he has been called He will leave the first of the yea r for his new field of work May th richest achievements crown his ef forts and may the Y M C A of Charleston prosper under the efficient management of Its new Secretary fo It has taken horn the Y M C A here a faithful and consistent member May success otttnd you Robert In your work Is the wish of The RnltmL- lCAN Ho Found a Cure R H FOlter ads B 2d Street e Salt Lake City writes ItIhave beer bothered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years have tried many doc ton without relief but I have a cur in Herbine I recommend it to all my friends who are afflicted tbat way and it is curing them too 600at J H Williams druggist m Christmas and Holiday Rates On account of Christmas holldaya round trip tickets will be sold at rata of one Rod onethird fare plea a5a Tickets on sale December 23 24 25 30 31 and January I limited to Jan nary 4 for return S B VenMRTIta ARt Ono Hundred Dollars a Box le the value H A Tisdale summer too S O places on Dewitts Witch Hazel Salve Ho saysItI had the piles for 20 years I tried many doctors and medicine but all failed ex cept DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It cured metIt is a combination of the healing properties of Witch Hazel with antiseptics and emollients i rclathes and permanently cures blind bleeding itching and protruding piles sores cuts burns eczema salt rheum and aU skin diseaeea Sold b Z Wayne Griffin Uro m HALF OUR IllSI ARE CATARRHAL IN NATURE Catarrhal Diseases are Most Prevalent In Winter IS THERE NO WAY OF ESCAPE FROM THEM Peruna Never Fails to Cure Catarrh Wherever located There are some things which are as- auro as fltta and can be rolled on tooccur to at least onohalf of tho human family unless moans aro taken to prevent First the cUmato of winter ts auto to bring colds Sooond colds not promptly cured aro euro to cause catarrh Third catarrh improperly treated ts euro to mako rue short and miserable Catarrh spares no organ or function ol tho body U is capable of destroying sight taste smell hearing digestion secretion assimilation and excretion It pervades every part of the human body head throat stomach bowels bronchial tubes lungs liver kidneys bladder and other pelvic organs That Peruna cares catarrh wherever located is attested by thofollowing tea Umonlals sent entirely unsolicited to Dr Hartman by grateful men und women who huo been cured by Peruna- Systemlo CAtarrh Mrs M K Bausch Ulchmond Va writesat I had catarrh all through my system for two years und could get no relief Iwas adviaad to try Peruna and I hlve taken fIve bottles of n and am Wet and bettor now than Ihavo boon forycara I can advlso any ono who has catarrh of any part of the body to tako Poruna My little girl who ts cloven years old had catarrh but was cured by Peruna Boforo I began to tnko Peruna I was sick all the time but now I sm entirely cured and all praise ts duo PeronaMrs M X Bousch CAtarrh of the oe- aMt Herman Ehlke9 2 Orchard street MllwaukeetWis writes I am entirely cured of my catarrh of the nose by your Peruna My caso was a severe onoHerman Ehlko Catarrh or the Throat D II Banyan SalesvWe 0 writes I suffered with catarrh of tho throat for five years I was induced to try Versus I havo used five bottles and IW- lperleeUy wollD n Runyan Catarrh of The Ear Mr Archie Ood1n1SS Dooch street FitchburgMasswritesl- Peruna has cured mo of catArrh of tho middle ear I feel better than IhavoI tar several ycsrsArchlo Godi- nAsk Your Dr theemurder of whom nine negroes ore now In the Hop1dntville jail seems to be established HIs name was haverbeen related to Capt W H ky of Centrlll City DeWitt W Salvo For Plies Burns Sore D C Edwards of London Tuesday notified Dr W Godhey Hunter In washmgton that he would contest the tat now held In Congress by Dr Runttr Fraud and force are alleged Dr Hunter says he Is glad Mr Ed ward III to safest claiming It will give him a chance to expose raclItr Long Hair I U About a yeAr ago my hair was comine out very fast so I bought a bottle of Ayer HAir Vigor It stopped the falling and made my hair crow u 11I now it Is 45 inches inlengthMrs A Boydston AtchIson Kane Theres mother hunger than that of the stomach Hair hunger for instance hairneeds food vigorAyersThis Ayers Hair Vigor always restores color and makes the hair grow long and heavy SIOOl bottle AU dtoIda- It your druggist cannel supply you send us ono dollar and aro erprces tothopameYJ CAYERCOLowolla- lassnsala4 1 Catnrrh of The Lungs Mrs Emilio Xlrckho1f Ada Minn writes Through B violent cold contracted last winter I became afflicted with catarrh of the nose which in a short time affected my lungs I took Perunawhich cured mo thoroughly I now feat better than 1 have for forty ycarsMrs Emilio Xtrekho1f- I Catarrh uf the IDadder- Mr John Smith 311 S Third street Atchison Kan writes I was troubled with catarrh of the urethra and bladder for two years At the time Iwrote to you I was under the care of my homo doctor and had been for four months I followed your directions but two months andcan say reruns cured mo of that trouble John Smith CAtarrh of The head Mr D R Ramsey writes in a recent letter from Plno Bluff Ark the fol lowing Oflageuggtst for a free Poruna Alma CAtarrh or The Kidneys r PoterJUngerHawloyPawritear 4 think thaUamporlocUy cured of catArrh of tho kidneys by Perona as I have no trouble of any kind P J17nger Catarrh of The Stomach A W Groves of Hammond In4writing to Dr Hartman says z- Iamwell of catarrh of tho stomach after suffering two years Ihavo taken Ave bottles of Peruna and ono of unao- Un and I feel Iiko a now man nowJAW Graves Pelrio Catarrh Miss Ratio Lochman Lafayette Ind WritesII had pelvic catArrh pain in tho air domen back had stomach trouble and hoadacho caused by catarrh I followed your directions took Peruna and Mans Un according to directions and how happy I feel that I am relloved of such a distressing ailmentMiss Katie Lochman Catarrh or The Dowell BondIndwritesCI The doctor said I had catarrlrof the bowels and I took his medicine but with no relief I was getting worse all the time Before I had taken a holt bottle of manIIonrrEatzlonIf you do not receive prompt and sate isfactoryre cults from the use of Perona write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full stAtement of your caso and he will be pleased to glvo you his valuablo ad vico gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Stinitarium Columbus 0 lac for 1904 I THE CASH GROCERY IS HEADQUARTERS FOR i iXMas Goods1 Everything good to eatand pretty to Ii look atOranges Bananas Apples Candies + Nuts of all kinds Malaga Grapes Cranber t ries nice white Rice Sc per pound Celery Mince Meat Barrel Pickles Fresh Oysters in fact everything good for an Xmas dinner Come to see us We can save you 20 per cent on yotlr Xmas trade because we buy and sell for Cash and therefore lose no bad debts Fruit Baskets and BonBon Boxes i I filled to order Respectfully t J D FOSTER Prop r i + rr + + +r + + ++ + + + 1 I C WAS RESCUED r Millionaire Edward Wentz Taken From a Gang of Bandits Hard Fight Which Took Place in the Black- Mountains I Was Captured Months ago and Held for Ransom of One Hundred Thousand Dollars Kidnapped Edward Wentz has been rescued and Is In the hands of his friends says a dispatch from Bristol Tenn but his mind is seriously af fected by his terrible experience while in the hands of bandits It developed that in a desperate midnight encounter with outlaws In the heart ot the Black mountains where Virginia West Virginia and Kentucky join friends of the missing Philadelphia millionaire who disap peared from the Wentz estate in southeast Virginia on October 14 rescued him fifteen days ago They hurried across the country to Cincin nati where he is now slowly recover ingIn the sensational rescue the Wentz family had the aid of a force of detec tivesJ Bullltt chief counsel for the Wentz family is said to have located the lair of the kidnappers and led a posse to the mountain gorge where the bandits made their final stand and where in the darkness of night the posse descended upon them and wrested the young man from cap tivityThe story of the rescue is the most romantic of all the stories that have been told since the news was flashed over the country that Wentz was in the hands of kidnappers who were holding him fora ransom of 100000 Three weeks ago Mr Bullltt receiv ed information that Wentz was secreted with the bandits in the Black mountains Searching parties were immediately sent out and they grad ually converged about Fink Finney and Richlands where there is a cor ner of mountainous country where Virginia and Kentucky join The place is near the terminus of the Louisville and Nashville railroad and is a wild trackless region with out vegetation and many miles from civilizationKeeping their plans secret the posse under the leadership of Bullitt made a sortie The bandits were talc en so completely by surprise and having lost their prize at the beginning of the attack and while offering desperate resistance they were una ble to cope with the strong rescuing party so quickly was the plan carried outWentz was Immediately carried to the open country and thence through West Virginia to Cincinnati D B Wentz was with the rescuing party when the young man was recovered Ballards Horehound Syrup Immediately relieves hoarse croupy cough oppressed rattling rasping brelltbuigHenrfOStearns consin writes 20 1902 I have been eellingBalldrdaHorehound Syrup for two years and h venever had a preparation that has given bet ter Oll notice tnht ytben I sell a bottle they came back for more I can hone recommended it 25o6ocaudL00at1H Wil liams druggists Rev John RIertsJi of Gtf at Falls Mont recommruri li1 Elys Cream Balm to me lrIroyuphaslehisst- atement It I a uositive cure for catarrh If Utfi il ctedRevF- rancis W P oPas r Central Pres Church H li After n Hltnm Balm six weeks I believe m self cured of ca tarrh Joseph Stewart Grand Ave Buffalo N Y The Balm does not Irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 cte or mailed by Ely BrotheRs 56 Warren St New York Quite Often So Aim high said the successful business men Thats jest like a fellow that dont know nothinbout shootin com mented the backwoodsman Most every boy with his first gun alms so deaned high he dont git uothin an it looks to me like its that way in business sometimes Washington Star I I W l a AIIflI 1 I i HEADQUARTERS Three months ago SANTA ULAUS and JiAllt l JU formed a great combine he agree 4 l ins to furnish them HIS entire line of HOLIDAY PRESENTS and they agreeing to show 4 them to every Boy and Girl in Ohio County SANTA CLAUS has done his parthis goods l y are in our house and now that we may do our part we invite you to conic and see them t tl c4TOY DEPARTMENT 4 Wagons ofall descriptions Rocking Horses Tricyoles Violins Guitars Railroad Trains Drums Guns Pistols Irons Banks Doll Beds Doll Cradles Toy Sprinklers L Toy Dishes Wash Sets Pianos Mechanical i Toys Doll Buggies GoCarts Musical Chimes Wheel Barrows Tables Rattlers manyZBring the boys and girls to see themTO 4 are sure Santa Claus will appreciate their + call c XMAS HANDKERCHIEFS Z The greatest and cheapest lino over iu + SampleHandkerchiefs from 15c to 35cchoice of the 35c qualty 19c choice 15c quality 5c and lOc None- to compare With them anywhere Come and see them CHINAWARE DEPARTMENT- s have the most elaborate line that we 4have ever shown consisting of Plates cups md Saucers Berry Sets Oat Meal TTX Zs SyrupStands7r Shaving Mugs Vases Sugar and Cream Sets Umbrella Stands Cake Plates Jardi nieres Celery frays Etc Come and see li them DOLL DEPARTMENT Surely in the Doll line Santa Claus has outdone himself Some of them can al most walk and talk Fine China Dolls from Ic to 25c Fine Bisque Dolls kid bodies 2octo 5 Big size Bisque sleeping Dolls 25c A very fine lino Bisquo kid body Dolls from 100 to 150 Jointed Dolls Bisque heads 25c to 100 Dolls of many nations Dude Dolls Negro Dolls Dressed Dollsthe Dolls are sure to interest the little girls Bring them along Wo will be glad to see them JEWELRY DEPARTMENT This part of our Xmas should not fail to see Consists of Watches Watch Chains Rings Bracelets Collar Buttons Cuff Buttons Watch Fobs Scissors Silver 1dPensShirtWaist Sets Pin Cushions and many other useful and prettyarticles LADIES FURNISHINGS v A complete lino of Novelties in Hair Or nampnts Stick Pits Belts Purses Turn ovors Stock Collars Lace Collars Kid Gloves Hosiery House Slippers Fancy Holidaytradeprice will interest you Ask to see them f BOOK DEPARTMENT l Wo have more than doubled our previous I efforts in this line inn show you anythingis lfrom tho Linen A B C Book to tho bost authors book Hontys famous books forto2 I boys Opio Reads Select Works Mr Holmes rWorks Dickons and numerous others I Llyforbles PocketlestamentsallMorocco bound- JUVENILE SgRIESA grnull assort 250elook at them PICTURES AND MEDALLIONS Positively the prettiest lino to1 bo found from tho lOc Medallion Jp the very Guest grade Our lino of framed Pictures are 2high in quality and nt prielis that are ason ishingly low Complete lino of beautiful Albums Come and see thorn SUBSTANTIAL GIFTS JacktstrunksRon i TVI T a Rlrtnlnfa Mr v t 1 Jo2aQodss Gloves Etc 9fthesq i I goods to mention in so small a epifco lib member when it comes to the Staple things I I 4andcredit selling housesIG t I We certainly appreciate your kindness in favoring us with such a liberal share of your patronage during the yearwhich is about to close and now that we may makeour December business the biggest in our history we are s i 4 making SPECIAL PRICES mall Departments We cordially invite you to visit us Bring the Children to see the I 4 Toys and the older one to see the Great Bargains we are offering throughout our entire house 4 j r I iV JAx The BargainGivers jAt 2 l ft1 I if A if if 3f ff 3f af af af af of 3f of it f if Jt3 Jf 1 1 c f J b b c i i fc I PRESIDENT I Promptly Notified of the Almost Simultaneous Appearance- of Three Teams of Twins t Pottsvllle Pa Dec r4Withln one hour twins vtre botn to three families living In the same row of houses In New Philadelphia a nub urb President Rooaevtlt wall wired the news nnd was requested to nanl the six babies lie replied con rntu lating the parents and Baying that the names would bi forthcoming us soon ns he was informed 01 the sex of th little ones In their excitement proud papas neglected to give this important information The first pair of twins came to John Shustea home Shuste was struttin in front of the house when Georg- Careton emerged from the next door and celled for congratulations How manv cards do you hold r asked ShuBte Two shouted Careton Its twins Then it la a draw replied Shuste I am n twOtlme daddy mysel The men were shaking hands when Michael Costtllo came rushing around the corner The drinks are on me boys he said twins ot my house The others would not let him buy Worst of All Exporloncos Can anything be wore than to feel that every minute will bo your last y Such was tbo experience of Airs S II Neweoo Decater Ala For three years eho writes endured inauflerablo pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length I wa induced to try Electric Hitters and the result was miraculous I improv ed at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney t Stomach and Rowel troubles Electric Bittern is tbo only medicine Only hoc Its guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin I Bro Druggist O4S1WORX4 Brthei e Kind Yea Han Alnrs Bought Blgnatwt YDtef J i When Love Comes Plot Della fellow in Clink Unl varsity and formirty an instrurtor nt I Valparaiso Ind has completed ta ble intended to show the age at which I love comes to men and women Dur r tug the pest fifteen years he has in vestigated 300 canes and his fi Ilshowthat the maturity of a woman heart Is reached at the age of twenty two while n men can love most I Btrenously at twenty lour The pro t lessor finds however that hath girls and boys are likely to begin falling in love when they are three years old Chicago Record Hcrald Good For Chlldron Are pleasant to take and harmless One minute Cough Cure gives imme diate relief in all caeca of Cough Croup and LaGrippo because it does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of tho trouble It draws out the inflamma tion heals the soothes and cures permanently by enabeling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and lifo sustaining oxygen to the blood anti tissues Dr Armstrong of Delia r Tex prescribes it daily anti says there is no better cough remedy made Sold by Z Wayne Griffin t Bros IUncleSams Penny Crop According to ndvicea frpm th Treasury Department the Govern mill at Philadelphia will cease Iment out pennies for a time there I being now surplusage of this kind of I currency During the fast five years 3000000393 pennies have been shipped from the Philadelphia mintI which is the only onethot coins the onecent pieces to various parts of the country Between July i 1902 and July i 1903 89000000 cents were coined If this five year output were I collected in a heap it woud make a leastIr 3000000000 pennies would make a i ribbon over 22000 miles long and would come pretty near girdling the earth Piled on top of eachother they would reach up toward the stars for a distance that would take a good many Eiffel towers to equal for It would not be less than 2400 miles far out beyond the point where the I point of gravitation Is supposed to be very active Since on the ordinary basis ot computation there are sup posed to be about 290000000 chit dren in the world under ten years o age Uucle Sam would be able from his present stock of pennies toglve each child on the earth ten copper keepsakes and have enough left over to fill a goodsized savings bank besides So much for the penny crop Leslie Weekly r I BottorThan a Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Clmmhcrlanda Pain Balm and hound on the affective parts is better thane platter for a lame back and for pains in the side or chest Pain Balm 1ms no superiors as a liniment for the re aned 1 druggist In Memory thee and Stella SOlider fur ft 11 sleep In the arms ot Jesus Her spirit Oed to realms of immortal glory there to dwell with the angtls forever We cannot tell how she suffered for two weeks but she was so patient and al that tender hoods could do was done to relieve her but she was to precious Ilor earthly friend so God saw fit In His infinite wisdom to remove her from earth to heaven where she is tree from all pain Drar sister and brothrr let us not weep like those that hove no hope but trust in Godlie can heal broken hearts and us let never forget that we too have a precious tie in heaven A golden link that binds us close to God AUNT GABE The Pope Bicycle Daily Memoran da Calendar The reIssue of the Pope bicycles dailyleaf calendar may be considered the opening gun proclaiming the natural and healthful return of hies cling Col Alb rt A Pope the founder ot our bicycle industries nnd the pioneer in the Good Roads Move ment is again at the trend of the blI cycle Industry Upon the 366 Galen dar leaves are freshly written lines from the pens ol our greatest college president doctors clergymen states men sad other eminent mew and woo men all of them enthusiastically supporting bicycling Half of each leaf is blank for memoranda This calen dar Is free at the Pope Manufacturing Companys stores or any of our read ers can obtain It by sending five 2 cent stamps to the Pope Manutnctur lug Co Hartford Conn or 143 Sigel Street Chicago lit Evldoncosgreat quantity 1 b constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Cont sumption Coughs and Colds to un equaled A recent expression from 1by T J McFarland Bentorville Va serves as example Ho writcsIII had Bronchitis for three years and doctoredall the time without being benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery nnd a few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pncu monia and Grip Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Druggist Trial bottle free regular sizes 50c and 8100 YOUTHFUL BANK ROBBER Bold Attempt to Rob Cashiers Counter but is Caught New York Dec t6Frank Stone aged nineteen years of Youngstown thee wicket window ot the cashiers desk of the Frst National Bank to secure cash which lay In large quantities on the counter The cashier had to rusht from behind the counter before he could secure the boy and the latter had rushed to the street A passerby heard the chashier yell Stop thlell and joined in the pursuit The lad ran to the river and leaped Into the water He btarted to swim to the New York shore when the crew of a tug lassoed him and hauled him aboard lie was then loged in jail Bilious Colic Prevented Take a double dose of Chamber lains Colio Cholery and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as tho first indication or tho disease appears and n threatened attack may be warded oil Hundreds of people who are subject- to attacks of bilious colio use the remedy in this way with perfect success For salo by all druggists rut fEUDAL SYSTEMI Dr Walters Believes it is Coming on Here Great Tracks Owned by Rockefel ler Vanderbilt and Others Pointed out by This II Dean IDr H J Walters dean of the Mis sours College of Agriculture at Co lumbla Mo learn that the United States irfay experience a revival of the feudal system which oppressed many countries in Europe in the middle ages Vast areas ol the best farming land in the country are being bought by capitalists he believes and as a result n tenant system is arising which causes apprehension in some quarters The holding of hundreds ot thousands of acres by Lord Scully in KansaN end Western States the immense ranches of C P Dewey which cover almost three Kansas- I counties the broad acres it the same state owned by Frank Rockefeller a brother of the oil Croesus the Van derbllt estate at Blltmore N C cov eying 115000 acres and the big pre serve of John D Rockefeller in New York are instances tA farm trust or something like it may result in a decade or two- r said Dr Waters which will inter fere with the improvement of our ru ral schools farm homes and farm house end must affect adversely the intelligence and progress and prosper ity of the entire country A farmer of average means could not hope to compete with combined millions lie would be able to pur chase landonly on a moderate scale compared with the vast acreage now being purchased by Eastern capital late The final result would be that the class now known farmers would become tenants Once established as such they would so remain They would have nothing to bequeath to posterity but labor and poverty and their condition would grow more helpless with each generation Instead of the independent farmer we would have a humble peasantry The Lono Star Stato Down in Texas at Yoakum is a big dry goods firm of which Mr J M Hallcr is tho head Mr Haller on one of his trips East to buy goods said to n friend who was with him in tho palace car Hero take one of these Little Early Risers upon retiring and you will be out early in the morning feeling good For the dark brown taste headache and logy feeling DoWitts Littlo Early Kieersaro tho best pills to use Bold Z Wayne Griffin Bro Head Work thejndian Numerous instances of the red mans quickness of wit fare related by these who have had dealings with him A Canadian chief was looking idly on while some Englishmen were hardat work improving property newly acquired from the dusky tribe Why dont you work asked the supervisor of the chief Why you no work yourself was the rejoinder I work head work replied the white man touching his forehead Butcome here and kilt this calf for me and Ill give you a quarter The Indian stood still for a moment apparently deep In thought and then he went off to kill the calf Why dont you finish your lob presently asked the supervisor see ing the man stand with folded arms over the unsklnned undressed car cass You say you give me quarter to kill calf was the reply Calf dead went Quarter The white man smiled and handed the Indian nn extra coin to go on with the workHow is it asked the Englishman one day after a series of such onesided dealings that you so often get the better of me I work head work solemnly replied the man of the woods A white trader once succeeded in selling a large quantity of gunpow der to one of this tribe on the assureI ante that it was a new kind white man used for seed and If sown i in especially prepared foam would yield an amazing crop Away went the Indian to saw his powder and in his hope of making money from his fellows wascareful not to mention his enterprise When at last howevr he realized how he had been duped i he held his tongue for a year or more antel the trickster hadcompletely for I gotten the occurrence Then he went to his hoaxers store and bought gooIs on credit amounting to a little more than the price of the gunpowder He had the reputation of a good pay er and his scheme worked easily When settling day carne the crditsr called promptly Right tolIald the Indiac slowly But my powder not yet sprouted Me pay you when me reap him It The Value of Appearance Which would you rather be I truly great or really smart Smart of course I Why i Well you may be truly great and I no one ever know It but if voureIsmart you can make people ate great Chicago Post Worlds Fair March 1904tMr John C Weber director ofIWebers Military Blind of Cincinnati j known as the Prize ifand of Amen ca Itbn9 composed the St LouisIWorMs Fair March IQM and I rated it to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition It will be distributed through the passenger department of the B O SW R R Worlds Fair Route at 10 cents per copy The music Is in sheet form arranged for tho piano being very handsomely gotton up with highly illuminated title cover Mr John C Weber is rot only a great Musical Director but he has written some very catchy and popular marches The St Loafs Worlds Fair March is his latest success and will add furth er to his fame c Mr Weber and his Itllcomersat on 2ist ol t July when in a notable contest composed tof the leading binds of Amen fca won the first prize ot 1000 It tIs confidently expected that Mr Web ers Worlds Fair Marsh will become It a popular air during the next year and every household should have a t copy of this music + Send 10 cents In silver to the unt dersigned and copy of the Worlds tFair March will be walled to your ad dress Mark envelope Worlds Fair MarchMention this paper when ordering O P McCarty G P A B O SW R R- Cincinnati 0 DAVIESS COUNTY BANK TRUST CO OWENSBORO KYiCash Capital 5OOOO Stockholders AddtI Liability 50000 Guarantee fand nor Cuatomera 100000 IIOI JJIfpoIIIadon br on dpooItj5 PER CENT tor tr months 7 or torthorterpertodf lnterodtbe Immediately Call or writ IiiTjj J iColorado the Pacific Coast DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CartELECTRIC a IRON 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4JuN+drH4o44444i WMW t IJI tNI n PPPPPPPPPPP1I Wo are agents for the CHANDLERTAYLOR GOS selfcontained and Automatic Engines and ig 9fa Boilers Also the Brown Fourvalve Engines II Ii Headquarters for all kinds of mill supplies Wo- Jj 1f make a specialty of HAMMERING SAWS We 4 II carry in stock Bolting Hose Packing of all kinds jte Shafting Hangers and Pulleys Pipes and Fittings Iof all kinds Valves of all kinds j We can supply your wants on short notice Write us for prices or inquire from Mattingly Tweddoll at Hartford Respy Lees Machine Works IIeOWENSBORO KY aaaiCiCiCI1aIecaaaa CREAMWORMS i For 20 Years Has Lid ail Worm Remedies itmsmsSO- XiZ9 33T aXX 33 XfT7OGrXISOS 1repare ur + JAMES F BALLARD St Louts Fors ale by J H Willliams Hartford Ky Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million 1 bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50c Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pills 1 x r Hartf rd Republican LMOed the ilartford VabllshingCompany- pscoaroaasED1V c E HHrJIEdllor orczrJocc-c=bl1Qn 3g lzoueh 2vt781 cc FRIDAY DECEMBER 18 PnEsENr prices indicate that some one has discovered a trace of radium in eggs TUE Democratic plan of killing the trusts with free trade is like eating onions to sweeten the breath IT is quite t misfortune for n man to have u thirtycent a day capacity and n four dnllar a day ambition TILE less ability a man has the more mouth he is blessed with and the greater his propensities for using it Tnn next National Republican Convention which will nominate President Roosevelts succeasor will be held at Chicago next June No lights again this week and our brother over the way failed to renew his motion but we have the floor for a renewed secondanyway McKINLEY was unanimously nom inated for a second term and the pres eat indications are that the same thing will he done for Roosevelt A PAPER published up in New York aptly says that if the right candidate is nominated on the right platform and gets the right number of votes the Democrats may elect a President next year A wonderful prophesy by a wonderful prophet ONE of Ohio countys most honored young men who is now ably and faithfully serving Uncle Sam in a military capacity writes your editor withreference to the new form of TILE REPUnLIOAN Your new paper to O K and 1 Wish you surrcee Your truly JOUY C Jl4RunD Co I erd Infantry Pt Thomas Ky TOE public generally believes that the Democratic party IS closely allied to the enactment of a schoolbook law If as t1 matter of fact Democrats favor sucha law it can cer tainly be passed at the coming session of the Legislature The few Repub lican Senators and Representatives- if they wish to do so cannot prevent the overwhelming Democratic major ity from passing any law It is a Democratic Legislature of whichwe have had some before and the Dem ocratic party must answer for its acts That ThrobbIng Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of suflerera have proved their matchless merit from Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood And build up YOlJr health Only 25 cents money back if not cured Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros Druggist m I Messrs A D White and J W Ford have purchased a new boat to be used in the Rough river trade The Levy is a beautiful craft ofnbmt fife teen tons burden She will arrive nt the Wharf here as soon as the Ice In the river gives away sufficiently for Capt Pettersun from whom she wai purchased to make the trip A glass or two of water taken half an hour before breakfast willusually keep the howls regular Harsh cath artlcs should be avoided When a purgative is needed take Chamber lam j Stomach and Liver Tablets They are mild and gentle in their action For sale by all druggIst m to If Hugh Baugh was arrested by Marshal Plem Stevens at McHenry Sun day on the charges of forgery and treaking into a boxcar and in default of bail bond was lodged in jail to await his examining trial which Islet for Monday XBadBreath A bad breath means a badI stomach n bad digestion a bad liver Ayers Pills are liver pill They cure constipation biliousness tlys pepsin sick headache 2Sc It drug2lste Want moutadlO or beard a beautiful broxa or rich black IIwn ue UUCKINBNAMS DYEWrlJkocrsI M en or nnx v e A P woo 1 c NH Constipation makes biliousness bad complexions Then wheres your beauty Keep the system in good condition by taking RAJ4ON51 i ILLS AND TONIC PELLETS which gently assist Nature in eliminating the poison make good blood good digestion and will keep the 1 Roses in Your CheeksC I k4 Complete Treatment 25c t 4o all dealers toe aerarla II O- ctHartford r COMSt lonII c College HARTFORD KY Third Term opens January 11 1903 Courses of study Preparatory Teachers Scientific Philosophic Classic Music Elocution and Art- EXPENSESTuition per term of ten weeksS S00- Trvetity weeks in advance 1500 Board per week 200 225 Students can enter at any time Catalogue and Circulars free Correspondence solicited O M SH U LTZ President E W PATTERSON V Pres How to Prevent Croup It will be good news to mothers of small children to learn that croup can be prevented The first sign of croup is llcarseness A ley or two before the attack the child becomes hoarse This is soon follow ed by a peculiar cough Give Chamberlains Cough Remedy freely as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the rough rough appears and it will dispel all symptoms of croup In this way all danger and anxiety maybe avowed This reme dy is used by many thousands of mothers and has never been known to fail It is in fact the only remedy that can always be depended upon and that is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists m A Call CIcero Maxwell Camp S of V will meet at Hartford Ky Saturday D- icsmbtr 19 1903 Come as we have some important business to transact BEN S CUAMDFRLlN Capt To improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion trya few doses of Chamberlains Stomachand Liver Tablets Mr J H Seilz of Detroit Mich says They restored my appetite when impairedrelieved me ofa bloated feeling and cured a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowls There are people in thisI commuuity who need just medicine For silo by all druggists Every box warranted m Christmas Goods AT Carson Brosj abunjdance7A moos Pears Grapes Nuts Fresh stock of Fancy Candies of all kinds Also Fireworks Celery Cranberries and in short everything usually kept in an uptodate order Store Eruit Baskets GrocerYi LanD Sale for School TL By virtue of taxes due me as treas urer of White Common School Dls- trlct No 3o Rostne I will on the 4th day of January 190t expose to i public hale at the Court House door in Hartford Ky the following lands viz- deree Tat Ambers Luther 30 231- I Byers John z town lot 2 50 Black heirs 15 4 12 Central Coal Iron Co 200 4 20 lOtto Mrs Sarah 8 262 John too too Pierce Mrs Mary house lot 2 12 Reddish Mrs Hanna house lot 2 37 Rolph W H I town lot 2 55 R L BOYD Treasurer Horce Branch Ky By virtue of taus due me as treasurer of White Common School Dill trlct No 27 Balzetowo I will on the 4th day of January 1904 expose to public sale elt the Court House door In Hartford Ky the following lands viz Oliver John D 3t 431 R L DOD Treasurer Hore Branch Ky Driven to Desperation Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven to desperation in case of accident resulting from Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Layin a sup pif of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its WayneGriffinu lAND SALE fOR TAX ESt By virtue of taxes due me as Sheriff of Ohio county Ky I will ou the 4th day of January 1904 expose to public sale at the Court House door in Hartford Ky the following lands vlz- H IIARTPOaD NO I Sullen erC B agt for G B Sullenger 15o 8 75 Sullenger C B agt for M E Whittinghill 230 7 85 Taylor A C gdn for Kimbey bra 35 425 BEST WEAVER DAM NO 13 Austin Isaac F 90 3 40 Chinu Lea 60 7 6o Fogle SO 76 It oo Fogle Mrll Jno C 48 315 Stewart Casander 21 760 Coleman J s to6 One lot 27 85 COLORED LIST Berry Joe Sr r lot 415 Boling Jas H 34 4 20 Berry Wesley I lot 5 95 Pant R H ro5j 7 6o Holder Slduey ja 4 80 Sproll C M 2 650 Thomas Anderson z lot 5 95 WEST ucAVgn DAM NO 14 China Ed I lot 455 Draper Loyd T I lot 1100 Gentry S B z lot 5 70 McReynplds Jas W 43 i I lot J 26 70 Stevens Mrs Idella I lot 650 As Usual i Y Christmas Shoppers Will find Headquarters for HOLIDAY GOODS at the Popular Drug I Store of Z WAYNE GRIFFIN BRO 1 Santa ClausIs overloaded with PRESENTS this year for everybody and lie has just dropped his load at GRIFFINS where lie invites the public to call and u1ko their choice There 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 NEV in over linethings that you nover saw before Articles both useful and pretty valuable find inexpensive Fine lines of Presents for grownup people in cluding Imported Chinaware Gold Watches for Ladies and Gentlemen Beautiful Parlor Lamps Fine Pictures Sterling Silvor Novelties Goldplnted French Bevel Mirrors Bisque Ornaments and Vases Medallions and Plaques Hat Racks Wall Pockets Tobacco Boxes Cracker Jars Candelabra Pin Trays Card Receivers Curd Cases Etc The latest Novels Handy Books Childrens Sets Etc Then there are Trinkets galore for the children Every ago can bo suited every taste gratified Call and make your selection before the stock is picked Dont fail to see the 5000 CutGlass Bowl in our show window Remember the Place ZWAYNEGRIFFINBROJ 1 Dealers 1n Drugs Druggists Sundries Prescriptions a Specialty Southard JRS E 90 I lot 1275 Wilson J J 20 3 6o COLORED LIST Woodward Hiram I lot 3 70 CROMWItLL No6 Burgess Mrs Mary 10 240 COOL SPRINQL NO7 Campfield Geo W ngt for M S Campfleld t lot 312 Kitchens F C agt for Richard Shields 2 2 6o SELECT NO 10 Allen J S 1811 I lot 810 480IHORSE IIRANCII NO II Axton Lucy Emma I lot 3 12 Morris Holland 11 3 40 Morris Mrs Martha So oJ 8o- Pharrls WmII too 59 Raley J W 150 8 20 Tilford Sallie M So 2 6o Sandra Thos loo 7 99- ROSINC NO 12 Allen Mrs Francis E I lot 2 6o Edwards Geo 32 4 25 Peach Sarah J I lot 260 Stewart B H 75 5 6o- OLATON NO 22 Barrett T W 63 8o5 Daniel B C 20 3 60- MatthevsLoulsWllbur 86 8 Io White W A 76 5 95 DItDA N0 3- COLORED LIST 260ITinsley Wesley 15 4 00 5 SULPHUR SPRINGS N0 4YAshley Mrs Malinda 25 315 425WilliamsWright Jas H 124 755 Boling Willis to8 7 6o- UARTLETTS NO 24 Hudson W H loo 6 So COLORED LIST Smith DanIel 91 620- MCItFNRV NO 15 Maddox Mrs Sarah 73 480 Lone Newton ngt for J W Jlackburn 25 59Q- SALLiIOUSR NO 17 Downs A F 400 30 25 CItRALVO NO 26 Wlllionill ST 48 931 CAr PtKBOWN SOC L Y 4 I ComeandSee1 D ohe Sights a 41 41 i We have just completed the new additions to our already big store and find that we 3 now have 12000 square feet of floor space = Tills as you will see is lots of floor space y and we have lots of goods on this space You can hardly call for any article that we t cannot show you We have on this floor t = four of the best values that have ever been fa q put on the market tt 41 4iSpeC18I No 1 41 Six ctses of Bluo Rotunallt Calico 40 yards for 1- s1004 9 Special No 2 u41 IIGml1ll1t Outing Cloth five pound bund1o18 to bit 4 20 yards l to 3 yard lengths for 100 it 43 941 MISpecialf Romnnnt Satino five pound bundles for 50 cents 41 t 41SpeClftIN0 4 9- t Remnant Bleached Cotton tcents per yard l5 6t- Mt pound bundle for GO cents tt 0t M We know that you never have had so many big bargains put before you Now if s3 you want to see the sights come and come tt3 quickly before they are gone and get a 41 41 good supply and be happy We have added 1 to our stock a nice assortment of Queens it 41 ware and Stoves which will enable us to t J fix up the fellow who wants to go to keep J 41 41 tLett them UI 4 tf u D Carson l Co Hartford Kentucky c AeC TAYLOR Undertaker I carry in stock a complete linEs ot Undertakers goods together with a nice Hearse and am prcparerl to furnish anything ill tbis line at any hour Embalming a specialty Washing dressing and layin out free of charge A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky Santa ClausHas quarters at D W Williams and has an ample supply of Apples Oranges Bananas Grapes Pears I Nuts and n complete i line of Fancy Cant dies Fire Works for all Fresh Oysters Celery Cranberries EtcBonBonboxesand Fruit Baskets filled I to order n specialty You can find any thing you want in the Grocery Line at my Store D WI WILLIAMS Hal1ford Kentucly K L r Hartford Republica FRIDAY DECEMBER I8 Go to Carson Bros for Guns Pine line of SWtatrrd at Fairs Read Dewless Co Ilk Tr Co ad Carson Bros will pay cash for Furs Quail art Toast at City Restaurant nU your Xmas goods at Fairs and buy early- Highest cash price laid for Furs at Sam Bachs New lot of Boys Overcoats an suits nt FairBITweddtll grinds corn every Tue F dRY and Friday U- Irresb Oysters served in any style at City Restaurant- Plenty of Overshoes Earmuffs Capes Etc at Fairs If a nice Overcoat is what you want you can find It at Fairs Economy Dry Goods Store Is head quarters for Santa Claus Another keg of those fine Sweet Pickles at City Restaurant The residence of Mrs Maggie Feli was destroyed by fire Monday Test uo Thats All we aslc- CAltSON Co Sam Dach cants your Furs lIe will pay you highest cash price Money spent here will be well spent CARSON CO We buy as low IS we can And se1l the same way CARSON Co Nicest line of GakeR and Crackers In Hartford at City Restaurant We are never too busy to walt o you CARSON CO Try our Vegetable and Oyster Soup It is fine CITY RESTAURANT Bring your Turkeys Chickens Eggs and Feathers to Carson Co For your Xmas Candies and Fruits of all kinds call on D W WIlliams Pairs want your Xmas trail Their Immense line of TorA merit i City Restaurant will be loaded wit good thIngs to tat for the Holidays City Restaurant carries the fancies line of goods In Hartford call and seeNew Dates Figs Raisins Currant- Seeded Raisins c at City Restau rant Fairs can watt on you this wee much nicer than during next week rush Fairs wants the children to visit them and leave their orders for giant a Claus City Restaurant is healqnartrd lor Oysters Fish Celery Cranberries c c- Avoid the great rush next week Fairs by selecting yQurX mes present this week Born to the wile 01 Mr Ode Seibert a fine girl wile and child are getting along nicely When you want Cora crushe dont for et that Tweddell crnches shucks and all tf- Mr Matthews edItor of the Hartford Herald was quite ill the first of thecreek Mr Claude Moorman and wife have moved Into the house with Mrs John Felix near town Your Xmas Fruit Baskets and BonBon Boxes fill d in perfect styl at D W WIlliams Pairs Comfort and Blanket stock i away above the average Prices are at the zero mark- OsTEorATIVDr D W King Is at Mrs Lou Collins Examination and Consultation free tf Bring your corn to R LTweddell Hartford and get the best old Cash lone Buhr ground Meal U Myl Myl what nice Meals an Lunches you get at City Restaurant Any time Day or night City Restaurant will have the nlecest line of Fruits Candles NutlI c In Hartford for Christmas The hunting season Is now open and you will need a Gun and Ammu nilionCarson Dros have them If you have some nice white corn bring It to Tweddell and get It made Into the Lest gralned hominy U ClothIng does not make the man but oneof our to Suits helps might Iy CARSON CO w Ovemats and a fall line of- othing ECONOMY DRY HOODS STORE For your pocketbooks sake buy your vyinter Suits and Overcoats from us CARSON CO Ladles Misses and Chlldrens Rub bar Boots Men Felt Boots ECONOMY DRY Goons STORE Dr A S Yewell Osteopath room ti Commercial Hotel Hartford Ky Examination and Consultation tree Bring on your corn pith We pay 5c per pound and will t6ke any quantity you have CARSON CO dCol J S R 1Veddmg who has quite a while Is last recovering and will soon be able to be out again If you want to pay too for a fall end winter Suit we will show you an eye opener for that money CARSON Co Fred Townsend who bas been teaching the public school In district Number Nineteen closed his very successful term last Friday Moore Crabtree will pay the largest market price for hides and furs call and see them The brat of fresh Meat Lard Mackerel Sour Kraut handxThe Floating Studio is now at Hartford until January I Igo4 Our prices on many of our better grades are cheaper than ever It will pay you to give us a call before going elsewhere Just received a lull line of Mens Rubber Bootsall new goodsnot a pair left over from last seasonevery pair guaranteed ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE Dont fall to get In your votes on the big candle We are going to burn ths shoat December You 11hat you spendwith us CARSON Co Our advertisers have used so much of our spAce this week that a number ofnews letters sari other valable news Items had tobe run over for next week If you have sent some news and It is not In the paper this week dont be offended we will mAke it right next timet OFTIIOSEhWE SAW J A Cummins Rockport was in town Tuesday whilesin town Monday Clinton Rowe Centertown was In 1the city Wednesdays Senator A S Bennett went to Louisville Wednesday William Sbroader Jingo called at this office while In town Monday- S W Crowe McHenry made us a pleasant call while In town Saturday Sherman Condit HeRtn male us R pleasant call while In town Wtdnes day atJ T Young HeRin made us quite pleasant call while In town sealer day J A Rhoads Centertown caned at this office while tn the city Wed nesdayE Smith Matanzas called at TUE REPUBLICAN office while In town Saturday William Boyd of Matanzns celled at TUR RRpUnLICAN office while In town Monday Mr and Mrs W S Tinsley city went to Louisville Tuesday and returned yesterday The Cash 6rdcery wills- pay 25c per dozen for EggseWhen you start out In search of Xmas presents stop in and see Car son Cos Furniture Department We have Morris Chairs Rocking Chairs and everything kept In a first class uptodate Furniture Store CARSON CO Kodol Dyspopsla Cure tonesdgestive organs Cure Diepepeia In digestion Stompch Troubles and makes rich red blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure re builds wornout tissues purifies stredgtens and sweetens the stomach Gov G W Atkinsonn of W Va SIYsIII have used a number ol hot ties of KOllol Dyspepsia Cure and have found it to be s very effective and indred a powerful remedy for stomachailments I recommend it to my friends Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m I Cant be Beat In Price and FitIn our very latest and Fine Line of lIons Youths and Boys Black and Fancy Dress Suits and Overcoats which wo have carefully selected for the XMAS trade Also have an elegant line of the OxBreeches Trousers and our fa mous American Gentleman Shoe made by Hamilton Brown Every pair guaranteed Our lino of uptodate HntsStetson and Swan Onr lino of Shirts Neckwear Gloves Hosiery Trullks Suit Cases Etc is complete in every particular For the Ladies We have a fine lino of Jackets readymade Dress Skirts 1 Woolen Dress Goods Waist Goods Childrens Cloaks and in fact everything that could bo found in a firstclass upto date gelieral Dry Goods Store We will quote you a few prices 4 In Clothing 12 Black Clay Worsted Suits at25012 Fancystriped Suits ntI 350 10 Beaver Overcoats Black and Blue at 400 40 Pair Pants all woolnt 125 In Shoes 35 Pair lIens HamiltonBrown Shoes at 125 25 Ladies Ie Ieat 125 75Ie Boys Girls Childrens HamiltonBrown Shoes at 125 In Dry Goods Hoosier Cotton nt5cBest Bleach Cotton at5cHeavy Canton Flannel nt Ge Extra Heavy Bed Ticking at 159 In Gents Furnishings A splendid line inlIons andBoysSuspendersat 10c A great and fine assortment in socks atlOcA good wearing line of Gloves at 25c I Wo have some more splendid values to offer but as our space is limited will kindly ask you to call on us and con vinco yourselves Yours for trade SAM BACH I S MASON Pfin S M WILSON Preparatory MRS I S MASON Primary MRSSMIVILSON Intermediate FOROSYILLE GRADED SCHOOL Fordsville Kentucky Soiinu Term ens Jullllury IK i9O4 Spring Term four months Four Department Blbven Grades of Study Teachers Courso a Specialty County and State Certificate Courses Large class for County Graduation i If Tuition per month 300 Board in private families per wk 2 to 225 Club Board much cheaper I Splendid Environment Very Fine Buildings Good Community For further information call on or address I S MASON PrinIFordsville Kentucky HolidayGoods1Vatebe Itlogi Din monda Silverware and everything eultnble for prenle at meet aeaonable price Cheapest place in city Send for our large nlntratedcata- logne malled pjtua U at wu rn t t- tf eV Ira W Market between Iat and 2nd- Loulavllie Ky OneMinute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Favorite Family Remedy Frequently accident occur in the household which cause burns cuts sprains and bruIses for use in such cases Mallards Snow Liniment has for many years been the constant favorite family remed 250 60e and 100at J H Williams gistm RisersLittle Early Tho famous littlo pIUs r STOR1 OF INDIAN MAGIC Necromancers of the Far East Succeed in Mystifying all Beholders The magicians of India are BC knowledged on every hand ns masters of their art They are so far superior to the blight ofhand perlcrolers of what we call civilized countries as to merit a special clrstificatlon for they are unapproachable The following star of Indian magic was told by the late Lord Lynton When In India Lon Lynton often sought out conjurerll but uever saw any but the usual Scats such as the mango tree trick and the basket trick The method In each case Is kuownlot at all events plausible explanations have been glen by experts On one occasion Lord Lynton liked something In the looks of the conjurer who was performing In an open space before his house After the ordinary exhibition his lorshlp asked the magician If he could not do something out of the common way The man said he would try and asked for a ring which Lord Lynton gave him Ile then requested an officer to take In either hand a handful of seeds one sort was sesame the name of the other sort my Informant did not know Holding these seeds and hAving the ring between his fin gel and thumb the officer was told tc- go to a well In the corner of the compound lie was to dispose of the seedR is a cer ain wayI think on the low wall around the well Into the depth of which he WAS to throw the ring a Alt this was lone and thn the magician asked Lord Lynton where he would lke for the ring to reappear He answered In his dis patch cox of which the keyywas at tached to his watch chain or at all events he had it with him on the spot Lord Lynton op lIed it and there was the ring This trick would be easy it the British officer was a conftrkrnte of the jugglers and it he possessed a dupll cate key to the dispatch box In that cave he would taste It into the house open the box and insert the ring But this explanation involvEs enlrmous improbabilities while it Is unlikely again that the conjurer managed to Insert a dupliCAte ring Into the dis pAtch box beforehand Lord Lynton then asked the juggler if he could rev pent the trick He answered in the affirmative and a womAn lent another ring Another officer took It with the seeds as b fr reoancl dropped the slag Into the well The countenance of the jugaler altered In the pAuse which lollowed Something he said had gone wrong and h seemed a tflttl1 Turning to the second officer I lIe said Did you strange the seeds nIi I hate you O said the oill- cer I thoUiht thAt was nil nonsense and I threw them away II The jug filer setned horrified Do you think I do this by mysell he said and packing up hu drpttrtcd The well was carefully llrHlIgednnd at lAst the womans ring was brought to the surface ThAt tiny at least had been fn the water But had the first ring been as faithfully consigned Thousands IIave Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it Rowe To Plnd out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand tweOlyfour hours a dI setse ment ar 111ng indicates aa unhealthy ocndl lion of the kid neys If It stain your linen it I evidence of kid ney trouble to frequent desire t pass It or pain G J the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad derareoutof order What to Do There Is comfort to the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kllmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain In passing It or bad effects following use df liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swatnp Root Is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this 7ronderful discovery and a book that tolls more about It both sent iabsolutely free by mall Address Dr Kilmer lit nom of Swmpaoet- Co Binghamton U Y When writing men lion reading this generous offer In this paper Dont mass any Inl31 but remember she name SYnmp Root Dr Kllmers- lwampRoot and the address BIDIhamlon- H Y on every bottle t LOVE orten leads to poverty No woman ever sold her heart for the t luxuries of life But many a woman who has gladly faced apdoubtthe mate ol poverty If she were she thinks she find a way ol Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Ise within tile reach of every one It ply the burden of pain which weighs down rents those who suffer from womanly It estAblishes rc dries weaken cUll- Ing drains heals Inflammation and ul days and cures female weaknessa Un You have beartfelt thaw for your kind since to me write tIre Coo Pletcher of loe In Victoria AunlM Gait Ontario WU troubled with eatarth ol uterus for over a ytar Tile paid l would haft to go through sa QOo adoctor but I comawneed 0 I1e Dr Pkm eycctryysllssooWILotion TetJ cudAntiacptlc Db kept mud lusting Now I am com ties borne ol Ik lydoeWeak and slek women those suffering from diseases of longstanding are Invites to consult Dr Pierce tu fns AU correspondence Is held as strictly private and sacredly confi quid dentlal Dr R V Plexce will Buffalo N Y 1 Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are oaayco and pleessat to take A mOt effective laxative pain to the depths Experts will be of va dons opinions OR to that yet the hypothesis of confederacy and of dupll sate key to the dispatch box Is dlffi the cult- The part Printer MancitThe Clarksville Times has this ode owed to the printer man lie Whether It snows or whether blows the season and the season goes the Drops get sick and the farmers blueth the storekepers kick and the lawyers oC sue the preachers preach and the sin hers sin and cares b set the souls of men But thrrugh It all the printer in prints he IIrves and saves and stints Af and stints the winds may rave and the floods may roll and drouths bake through from pole to pole but thetl printer man he prints and prints saves and saves and stints and stints Happy happy printer man he does the very best he cansticking type rew or twisting press he trusts to luck and does his best Coughing Spoil Caused Death Harry Duckwell aged 25 years choked to death early yesterday morning at his home in the presence 25 of his wife and child He contracted Ii slight cold a few days ago and paid hut little attention to it Yesterday morning he was seized with a fit of coughing which continued for sometime Isis wife was sent for a physician but before he could arrive an other coughing spell cams on and Duckwell died from suffocationSt Louis GlobeDemocrat December I lD01 Dallards Horebound Syrup would have saved him 25c 50c and S100 at J H Williams druggist A Bargain for Farmers The New York Trtbune Farmer a national illustrated agricultural wek ly of twenty large pages has no su perfor as n thoroughly practical and helpful publication for the farmer and every member of his family and the publishers are determined to give It a Irculation unequaled by any paper of its class in the United Stats Knowing that every enterprising up to date farmer always reads his 011 local weekly newspaper The New York Tribune Formes has mad e in exceedingly liberal arrangement which enables us to oiler the two pa pets at so low R price that no farmer cnn afford to lose the opportunity The price of The Nw YOlk Tribnnp Farmer is x oo a year and TitA HARTIORD REPUIILICAN Is t 00 year but both papers will be sent for a lull year If you forward 1 25 to TIm REPunrcM Hartford Ky Send your name and address to Th New York Tribune Farmer New York City and Ii specimen copy Gl that paper wilt he mailed to you Liver spots have spoiled man pretty complexions and nothing so cots pleld removes them as Ramons- fonle Regulator Just a mite this pleasant vegetable powder on re- tireing paints the bloom of health tho cheeks Largo tin box 25- Lor sale by J H Williams m + r DeWiHs WJ I SaUve- I For Piles Burns Sores LIQUID AIR Las Developed Into a Most Im portant Aid to Surgery In 1499 Dr A Campbrtl White in he Vanderbilt clinic made expeli rents with liquid air In the trratment IC cancers ulcers eczema c an- ecome d ford so enthusiastic that of nd physicians all over the world of ere IncUmed to regard him rs a opeless fanatic They have since hanged their opinion Dr White lalms the coined word radaerothe Indicating a combination of the ray and liquid air treatments The Ufficulty of obtaining a regular sup the of liquid air retarded his experi he for yesra but today that dim his is removed He used to get a supplly at n time and keep It In eau and It would allevaporete a day wheateher used or not Professor Dewar of Londan invented glass bulb In which n gallon can be to for three weeks The dif lcul of application have almost entire no dlsappeard and radaenrotberapy- rowises II soon to become a practice out cauterizationfuLquld air will transform and 11 or ether to the soil state It freeze alcohol solid when the R will explode violently it ignl The end of a rabbits ear being frozen solid It was buoden oil without or hemorrhage in less than tenCc mlnute the circulation was perfectl restore and the wound began to bleed When sprayed on your ski letter at once becomes dead and ed olotless In less than a minute the eel Is frozen as hard as ice but the returns la a few minutes wltol1t the slight injury to the tin There Is no pain In the appl- atlon J Surgeons who aoaesthetis with liquid air can operate withou interference of so much as a blood Dr White saved a boys hand wit liquid air A cartridge had exploded the palm making A nasty wound first the liquid was applied too reely far it froze the wound so solid that the scalped could not late It After awaiting about thlrt V seconds the operation was satisfactorily r yerformed without hemorage o pain When the boy returned la n days the wound was In perfect Dndition and It continued to improve unUl wellN Y Pass RamoI1s Llvcr Pills and Pellets a complete pleasant scientific treat lent for constipation and biliousness doses two medicines 25c For tie by J H YiIlbme m TOUR OF ALL MEXICO VIA B O S W unedr personal escort The American Tourist As iciatlon Selected Clientle Limited All exclusive privileges independent travel Special Pullman Vestibuled Train Baggage Drawing Room ompartment Library antI Mtislc Room and the famous open top Oh ovation Car Chlhlitll Tickets Including all Expenses Everywhere Leaves January 26th 1934 For information address U PMCCARTV G P A B O S W R R- Cincinnati b R S BROWN D P A B O S V R R Louisville K- yCumberland TELEPHONE AN- Dfelegraphf CO Incorporated Theres nothing the matter wit my business I have the Cumberland Telephone In my residence an place of business My business has increased read my wlfes voice is never heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service an gentlemanly competition C AtNOWhll Many ROUGH RIVER- e TELEPHONE COMPANY tvconrofATED hTalk behrg c enpum rcerw ry you should patronize home folk where you can buy your own phonell and buns your own lines and be I- of talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by a reasonable rent to the Cowponyc or you say so We connect with all I dependent Companies For partlcu lets call on S T Stevuns 11nager Hartford Ky THREE STITCHESth for Taken In n Mans Heart But Patient is Still Alive and StrongRnc The wonders of the Hut In the shape of the Mahatma now nt Ox who is able to stop the beatings n his heart are rivaled by a wonder the Mast End who hoe been shot through the neck and stabbed tn the t3 heart and yet lives to mystify the medical profession John Long who survives these two vital accidents lives is Hackney and this case was mentioned In the papers when It was announced that through marvelous surgery at the hospital W survived the operation ot having heart stitched In Longs own words the story loses none of Its as tonlshlng features A drunken foreigner picked a quarrel with me on May 30 last He flourished penknife which I tied get away from him but he stabbed mein the region of the heart I felt more pain than If the knife had passed between two fingers with as cutting them but I had a fear fight to draw breath and soon lost consciousness After my case had been pronounced hopeless by- aI locAl doctor who gave the half totthe London hospital where Mrs Furnlnl n visiting surgeon per an Immediate operation yThree ribs had to be cut through and tarts ot the breast bone had to be plannon one side and the lungs disturb is order to get at the wound Three stitches were put In the heart and the perlcardun emptied of the blood that had gotten Into It Then I wlis told I made a rapid recovery and after two months was discharged from the hospital ropDoctors used to crowd around me while there In order to see nlY heart aththe bottom ot n wound three inches IIacross a p MRS SOFFEL RELEASED neJWardens Wife who Figured in Celebrated Allegheny County Jail Delivery Pittsburg Pa Dec II Mrll Katherine Sofiel wife of the warden of the Allegheny county jail at the time of the escape of the notorious Biddle brothers was tibettied from Pennsylvania Western peniten having served twenty months the pArtshe played In that senRB- UonDI nilalr It will he remembered that Mrs released to bandits anti then them In their flight from Plttsburg During her IncRrcerlllon In the penitentiary her husband was grouted divorce It is said that Mrs Fofiri has telectr1 two oOels to JO on the star t inr tbt she proposes to retire h r tethtr s home and live quietly T II n girl really and truly loves n mm she dotsut try to find out what Ie ring cost TO CURE A COLD tN ONE DAY 7nle Ietatlve ltroncr t5nlalae Tnldets Alt drUllltlat rlnutJ IboO monI1I tall to ettre lIrllea IKDululn on neb bolt Wo It is the man who hints never tried farming who thinks that the farmer is happier than the rest of us sro AI 0 Games63 different gamesall new one in each package of Lion Coffee at your Urocers but the ii to the to la to to end to to Setemb1 uud A remittances A For Infants Children Have Dearstho nlro a f M c B Will In tin hlll eDd lbrlnl lento nllllu rare Dal and galntc omrelntl- llVllIoIOAJ B AT KY apecklnltenttan to aba luhUe for R R HARTronn UIII oCr IYOOtiaIt L VRIN t flEy cdtQI- iAarruan In nil Court of county and Nib rllll and put oillarllod W atAttlCOtNTY KY- nlll btl to the In A Ili lu- nleteentuted to hl tnrl try In other can cured OIL its eflct almost rllY i1 are not your monoy bo 130 West Main Ky 4 61T prnrtr W L J7 1Y lPPEAI givtn back of its toGts to subscribers In 3IE11IIIISFor rs have from ljfiUO to IbUO Dori or GO it gives to successful in its ClItl t5 gotten I1le Weekly Cllmmclclal Appeal 1 addition offers to give to cash a chance to win a 4 5The or Nearest on the Number of ales off Cotton Received In Memphis September to January will be awarded a Cash nJ follows 36000 If October 63000 l is P is I- To Is received in Septemberthis Ifbe proposition is If1 If until If until Novetnbcr fortunate will teeve 5000 in casts until December TIlE WEllliLY lPPEAL Is boot and cheapest is the It la 10 to 12 item of news of any Importance that occurs In lion a farm edited childrens department a religious page with Prankan veterinary etc 1t to your children take a good newspafer sermon grow up more Intelligent and women thereby DECEMBER 31 903 of be on of balCi of ncelvedfu tlempltbfrom September 111101 January dcollon or the uemphla Cotton Escbuuge robetltcagusee upon Which the contest be decld Lt order to help everyone figure closely email ahem close luas receipt iii tween lhedale lUenllon for c put Geara are Ilveo from tIIoolber I I11D7 to luchulmg January lIS IHUR 791118 bale from 1 IHUS toItrlpllluteludlnl Jnnuury lIS 18UUaa9o91 bale + frut 9 ptrmbcr 1 18U9 to nUlt toeluotng January lIS 1000170111 bole from 1 IDeO to January la lOOt512120 from September I 1001 to baleJanuary III lUU81007 from SPtcmbrr I 1000 nut1lne1utJlu lIS 1003OS11o1 bate SEND FOR FREE COpy baL c payable to TIlE COa1DIEiCIAL llomp111 Tenn If you Additional gttees amt 5 cents for fait extra qua without CASTORand Kind You Always Bought f- 3U4DlP Brai- dBARNETf SI1ITHJ ATTORNEYS Ail LAW iAlletOi5D 1ST nil court nllnlulullwuntlndourtolIIlinttenAmt tclr e4IlettlnaandthePrertlreuCrlm heel Law t1cotlnlU JNO tlutldlnti WILSON I AlOHNEY LAW HARTFORD Arun 1IfCUoulbnktnR- 11Ilmrl Ae Sutnrt OblorounI- T 01lIeenorlbodulollea1Illlue WEDDING Attorney at Law KY- PeaatonAttorneynnd RramluerfurObloC0un tJ Ohio CounlJ flank IIA tIN tSW tlID ilEA WOODWARD cr c K- Yjlllprertleetheir profealua tb tibia Court uttptwal attention ours rrlnalpnl coll- uone Otac door to hank H BARNES Attorney LawATTOItNrI- YIlaarron i protlon nil Coe- dbtoandadlotntngrounlireand tb Court Htrlet be Klnu 11 anlre ourtbou RHEUMATISMand ills produce1 diseased kidnoys ARGON js the remedy is niarvelous roliovina instantly it and you satisfied will cheerfully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL CO II St Louisville SOdEI300Y CAN if55 Ce tsrWHOT TilE WEE COmnmCII has Cents psizes ones hlaul Year III BUG CASH PRIZE from FJr3t Correct Correct Ques Prize11903 1g1904 If Received In September Rocotved In Received crernher SI5U 2m fo Received Decemher OOD the Ithe simply the nearest correct guess guesser not October 3000 not not tOOO COUERCLtL the paper South every the DeWitt by rt1lmages womans wccklyIthe Sundayschool lessons full market report You owe to They men hCONTEST CLOSES number motto belo dReceiptsrued and 1coeIJI Itucelpte baleIncNuling and tnctudtng to January SAMPLE and address AllCL want papers rhe ItanreTT nttenlion luUtlona by SEliD GUESS AND REMITTANCE IN SAME LETTER Iguess that the number of Ilaleof cotton received In Ltemphls from tcptcmber 1 IW to January IS 1904 wilt be Send Paper to loltoffice CountyStatetnter Gucpa to PostoSeeStale USE THIS COUPON WHEH POSSIBLE I i7rt4 at properly it is toot necessary to wrlte n letter with it- eannew JCOtV aRaUtvm r r n f To Cure a Cold in One Day ays IftLaxative DfOmO 1u II signaturetfJ l aTILbOX on every 25C Seven Million bores sold In past 12 months Tc I I k r Constipation And nil symptoms nnd Results of Indigestion Abioluttlr remould br the use ol DR CARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Atone refunded If you are net pleated with cured theuaandewhy not you T I merdllnlolJforlunlldCIIollipatioo non andwuprevdled Uvevpowderbyonew whqahebepatnfreWnerpox7roablerlwllhpun anwnlO to nd lIII eyed ol hitmOil drud of bodllf ailments Ill li mow well man tad det not use III dld II- rwwmnateletedlalhlemanoerIfwitI cost you M ante and It trill not awt air th dragtlit la luthoiiatd to foDd tour moot fa AMERICAN PttARMACAL CO BraoivUte Ud Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For eiuelttNaadsoeat100 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It fall Trial Dottle free WeakHearts Are due to Indigestion Ninetynine evef1 one hundred people who have heart trouble IndltCSotlononlytreceablogestlon All food taken Into the stomach t which falls of perfect digestion ferments an cI veils the stomach pulling It up against tlv heart This Interferes with the action the heart and In the course of time Una t delicate but vital organ becomes diseased bJdtonuclttroublewith II I took Kodal Dyipepala Cure for about r tnonth and It cured ma Kodol Digests What You tat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure a DottIte till JtOO Size holdlne 2K nmu the trW which MU for Coo Prpared sire O DeWITT CO OHIOAQO aAnyonesendlnaaekelthanddescpt tamj nntektr urertaln oar opinion tree an I InTNitlnn la probablr Jattto en fktmmunlr- atInantlcllyronedeutIal on Ptlrnt- Cent free OMeat lurtccunofMIenla 115 Iatenu taken torouch Jlnnn A receive rrrritl not la without shame to the cIQalilc Jmterican A handsomely Illnitraled weekly host rtr an elentlOo lournaO Terma II a newadulerfiUNNCo Ursa umow 8cro r Frcspt Fosftlro 1Crrnfor lrfoltnet lots MUlA Mil StmliKu Cmlttbat apenwdfrn- neRnaosnslsaaff0UW4 1 a a luNswer tr Will rakeyouaatROaINyaew SEPAL aorN33008DNI HIoIt Nailed aena each fu AOdntt 1hUar111k4ivThdmsitcai Isle tuoaAer IT LOUIe MOo FEMALE WEAKNESS PoHarmOct 17Ions Cardnloperieptoii41knew whereof I eeak ItottoTed tornlmayanthawlUraappresiMI PTNtft and baldIaghee4aehe UT Hmbewoodt oa14 feel to w14 1 m nottng up I naturally Mt boyaaO I relta okaeao IrtMbUor rdtbtni- boae Wf1fIat rda I 4 KMdTt ltll11k 1 11111 did M d eau boMUD oat wilboel Wine ol OiMM U otnt wOllderlulMd I wick = U maOinog wonnn b hf ot iU amtlMN LpTLMTB tWodieal headaches tell of fo male weakness Wino of Cocdui t ottzpm pfx1 aoentJnn reJI eCff bcmy4i1 p1 t mente pafos fit I da 1ieccotlragetl w ltfai that is the bet reason in the mUTM3Q4ltbonldtry WM bi now tta t headnchca mean female iroakCM Scciiro a 9100 bottle of Wino of CarUui today t WNEOFp 11 tfn LAWYERS IAdmlsslonof Ladles to Bar Ha IHad Good Results on Man ners of Opposing Ad vocates Since the Paris bir has been open to women not a few members of the lair sex have taken advantage of the new privilege accorded to them to plead at the Paints de Justice says an exchangeThe in this direction was Mills Chauvlu whose debut as advo cate excited a great deal of attention and whose presence in the cap and grown made a great sensation at the palals Her debut moreover had the efiect of sitting the fashion among Parlslennts of wearing the white cravn of the French lawyers Since Mile Chauvlns debut in 1899 curio ty has died out to a great extent and no bad effects ol the law have been noticed It la ever possible that if the good results could have been anticipated the law would have passed the chambers by a unanimous vote Instead of by 319 to 174 Asa rule women lawyers have had men as their opponents at the bar and one could imagine himself in a sort of judicial salon if compliments and gallent speeches were the criterion But the other day two women lawyer found themselves antagonists in a case It was funny to se the embarrassment of the judge for each lawyer did her best to captivate the bench Unhappily the bench could not get out of the scrap by awarding the victory to both sides so the chiv a well doIcis on for a fortnight Timely Suggestion 1This is the season of the year when the prudent and carefully housewife replenishes her supply ot Chamber certainourto be needed before the winter is over andresults are much more prompt and satisfactory when it is kept at handand give an soon as the cold is contracted and before it has become settled in the system In almost every instance a severe cold may be warded oil by taking this remedy freely as soon as the first indication of tho cold appear There is no danger in giving it to children for it contains no harmful substance It is pleasant to take both adults and children like it Buy it and you will get the beet It always cures For sale by all druggis- tGOVERNMENT LOTTERY Causes no End of Misery Among the Poor People of Spain Bull fighting and cock fighting are national sports In Spain and every body considers them Innocent amuse ments but more harm comes to the people from the lottery than Jrora any other cause says W B Curtis in a letter from Seville It in a government affair and at least 30000000 a year is derived by the treasury from this source It has always been an important eotirce ofrreveayestt+ s Introduced Into Spa n two pr three hundred years ago and you might as well talk about suppressing Ibvemak IHg aS suppresilffpTnottery 1t1 ugh it is largely responsive for fltePoe ty ol the people Ev r bnyB tickets The Queen herself whobas neyr seen a bull fightMand Josea nof pccaaon Co denounce t national port Irj aj regular patron of the lottery and the Ring puts a ticket lor every drawing rhavebeeb told by people wbo are Intimate with the royal amily that they are accustomed to play a game of cards called tressillothe Klnghis mother and slstefs and the ladles and in waiting The winnerl deposits his gains in a toy Book to be Invested in lotery tickets for the mu tual benefit of those who participate in the game One of the Kings sis ters drew a prize of several thousand pesatao two of thre years ago which was devoted to the poor but I am told that although several members ot the royal family Invest in lottery tickets every month this was the first and I cessful only time that any oi them were suc I There is a drawing every ten days and during the year twelve prizes aret ofTeredamountlng to 3000003 each twelve amounting to 4500000 eachiI with an extra drawing at Christmas t r in which the prizes amount toio 000000 The whole affair is managed collectsa ticket sold brings in a commission of IS per cent and 15 per cent of every prize is deducted for the treasnary Thus the government gets 30 and the patrons 70 per cent of the proceeds There are a dozen or more offices for the eale ot tickets in every city and at least one in every village where the announcement soi the draw Ings are received by telegraph and posted on a bulletin bonrd The bus iness Is honestly managed but many counterfeit tickets are in circulation The lowest price is i perata 20C J which buys the smallest fraction fnt which a ticket is divided Tickets are hawked about the streets by old men and children and everybody buys thembankers merchans soldiers priests and especially women A recent lawsuit developed the fact that the women operatives In a single clgnrette factory had invested 9000 pesetas in counterfeit tickets for a single drawing and of course they lost all their money The lottery Is the source ot most of the misery in Spain and the ground of all hope People buy tickets with the expectation of winning enough money to educate their children or pay the expenses ot a journey or buy the exemption of a son from militlary duty to get married to pay off a mortgage to buy a necklace ur n watch or a new gown ora tombstone for some beloved one who sleeps in an unmarked grave And sacrifices beyond human knowledge are made to the god of chance Often people give their last pesata for a bit of pa per that may bring the luck to brighten the rest of their lives ROBBERS AT NEW CASTL- Several Hundred Dollars Worth of Clothing and Jewelry Stolen New Castle Ky Dec 14The store of Frankel Bros at this place was broken into last night and what Is claimed to have been a big haul made by the robbers They force off the heavy iron bars of the rea windows and enjoyed themselves for for sometime They took ot their old shoes and cloithlng which they leSt behind drsssed in handsome new suits new hats neckties collars and shoes ornamented themselves with gold watches and scartpins and like the woodcock away they flew The proprietors have not yet cow pleted taking what stock and robbers i did not take but the belie Is eqpressed that their loss may reach 2000 4 CARNEGIES TO DIE POOR Gives Boy Who Fell Off His Fence a Letter of Sympathy and a Check For 500 Andrew Carnegie has discotvered a new way to realize his ambition to fdie poor Two blocks from his Fifth Avenue residence in New York City there is a lot with a high board fence Mr fencestommylad playing with other sprightly lads kicked a foot ball from the streets last autumn over the Peace Tommy Tolfanteered td climb the fence andre cover the balL In getting back with the ball he fell to the pavement and was jarred eb baolyhe had to remald In be4 several days I toldthemfor having the fencethere + bat the OBQenil conldBSse vUlBthatllgh Mr Carnegie 1owet er irecelyed letter telling him ol young Tommys fall and the philanthropist prompt y sent a letter ot sympathy and In closed a cheek for 1500 Since then Tommy has beinthe pride of his playmates Palling off fences by small boys In the East Ninety streets has ceased to be a pleasure and now Ispurely bus Incas rNew Bank at Island Through the efforts otR P Rowe a bank has been organized at Island and the institution will open for busi ness January I The bank iscapltellz ed at 15 000 which is divided among twelve stockholders Mr Rowe has been elected president of the institu tlon New furniture has been purchased and a building secured The prospects of the bank are very bright NOW PASS UP ANN If Your Son Marries Your Wife s Sister What Else is He Besides Your Broths inLaw If Jacks wife was Paddys mother What was Jack to Paddys brother A Friend of Anns ageI nealogical how old is Ann propo sition and it looks as though that Newark editors close was effectually out of joint Its preeminence in the riddle world has gone a glimmering Hereoyou arewithout one plea Capt De SImonis the Italian on Ellis island has a son agentI married a sister of the captains I What is he to me now asked the puzzled lather in an unguarded moment and Greek Russian Italian French German and English inter preters threw themslves into th branches of the De SImonis tree until all the limbs came tumbt ling about their heads the maze of headsplitting conjecture come this rather knotty result from the wretched father himslIIThat son ot minehas married his own aunt eh He is therefore no only my son but my brotherinlaw He is my wifes nephew his wife s husband and his mother and fathers fatber in law His wile is also his aunt Geel It occurs to me also that if I have other children my sonI will be an uncle to his own brothers i and sisters He will be his own chit drens cousin and maybe they wont take advantage of that 1 I However all that is his lookout owEn I am not only the of my daughter In law brotherlnlawI inlaw son ot mine I shall become the grandfather of my own nephews and nieces and my wile becomes motherinlaw of her own sister Her own son Is also her brother Inlaw There is only one bright spot in this whole terrible business thde motherrinlaw How old is Ann Why its al over but the shouting I CHRISTAUS FESTIVITIES j Being Prepared for by the Church People in Breathitt County I3Thechurefh people of this city are preparing th greatest Christmas festivity that wa ever held here at the Lee institute All the children in the town and sur rounding county ore invited and there will be presents for all BREACH OF PROMISE Bryans Soninlaw to be Sued by Newport Girl Newport Deci6Rumors hav been current here for several weeks thata notable breach of promise suit was pending but not until today didI the rumors take definite form Now friends of Miss Minnie Cook anac compllahed musician And inemberof a v llknown amllyaayyJjiat shejs abqhjt to begjn an actionagalns Wily liam Olnjsr Leavitt t artist who recently wedded kissRuth Bryan daughter of William Jerinlngs Bryan For some months to the mar page of the arist toMiss Bryan Ma ons t6Mlsa Cook are saidJto bPge beenEnarkefh Then ZrtIteJ1y itt was called to Lincoln Neb wth a commission topalnt the portrait of Mr Bryan While he was on this mission he loll In love with the daughter and the marriage followed soon afterward although it Is said that Mr Bryan gave only reluctant consentMiss Cook says that this marriage was a great surprise to her When seen at her home tonight she raid For the present I must decline say anything Neither can I give the name of my lawyerif I have on You must see my father about It all PASSING OF THE JAY Reuben Glue Extinct as Th DOdOg One by one the old conventional fit tions are being demolished and among the last to go is that of the ru tel visitor who always comes to grief when he visits the city IThe woes ofthis traditional indlvid m final have long furnished material for ChicagegotYInvestments in green goods his excursions to the lake front or to the tunnels to view disasters in those localities have excited the risibilities of the urban residents for a long time Like the stage Irishman and his thtdrama however it is now quite rtes that the hayseed of the funny pa papers is a creature of the Imagine tlon rather than an actual type He may have been more or less verdant and unsophisticated once but he is no longer The rural reslde ot the Middle West at anv rateis at no disadvantage whatever as compare with the dweller in the city If the of tradition once had an existIICtjay he has vanished from this vicini This was quite evident during the centennial celebration Many thous wade of people from out of town vis ited the city and it was no easy mat ter for Chicagolans to distinguish them from the regular residents of the city They dress as well They do not stand in the middle oi the streets gazing up at the high build lags They do not carry shiny carpet racks nor do they Interlard their dis course with bposh and by heal r as the comic papero assert They ar mannereld by comparison with their city cousins in the matter intelligence and who have distinguished the better of it in manners and courtesy- It is possible that in remote as thinly settled districts of the West there may still exist people who justify the conceits of the comic artists thee Chicagosno reason beIThe rural resident of today has telephone and rural newlpaperper haps more than one and half a do en magazines He Is probably better informed on current topics than is the average city dwellerhecausehella more time to devote to acquiring lnr formation At any Tate he no body fools and the man who picks golneg very The easy mark from the country has gone forever If indeed he existed at all Oil Wells McLean j FgrthapsettwqyFara lwraalmr- people G and others jxavebwn invest ing thoil fields iff McLea county with J dlfierebs ce Spyera dif ferent firms have been operating and theaa havedeclded to cbtoDlneUfori n ve tJga i number wellij wJU be sunk nearBeechlGrovq a dept bfifrom lsootot2jS6 eet Lee elf ie not found Jn ppYL fcflWlJtlttJJlS field will be abondoned Work ha commenced on the first combination well 1i T ieQuinzne Its 10 to 1 you do if you arc a victim i of malaria Dont Do It Its Dangerous Well admit it will euro malaria but it loava almost deadly after eff- ectsHERBINIC is purely and abaolutolyquarautocc- to euro malaria side and all stomach kidney aad liver couiplaiiit TRY IT TODAY 50 Conts OL Bottle All Druggy a mlmfmmmri GIVEN AWAY luckytous from now until the end of 1tho year and get a guess at tho length of time tho BIG CANDLEwill burnI The first person to guess the exact onoe act number of hours tho can dle will burn gets the Furni gotsOnoariaa guess It costs you maybeopen to all cashcustomers Come to see us and get moreJO areaCARSON 1 CO HARTFORD KY IIIE- CIcA rlrxa CATARRHAND IIKAMVG FLYStU ELYS CREAM BALM ileRhl Eney and Pleanntta tnJurouItlnqnlckly nbnorb ed Give llellet atonce It CIeane oponeNaanl Passage Allay Infla Im- atl EADProtects anddmollELY New York Now is the time to subscribe for The Hartford Republican RIPANS Tubules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The Scent packet enonehfor nanol occnulono euppl1lorCI4STOJaXABean theitsKind You Have Always Bought Signature 7 eof 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Lodge No IlOKnlghtsof 1jtbla meet every Tnradny night Ireiton Morton 1oat No 40 A It bold reg afar meetings Saturday bcforeflratBunday In each month Kodo Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat G A Qi 3f J IK J 4G J t I ItItsSANTA CLAUS favorite place for the distribution of his Christmas Gifts Here he is enabled to reach the largest J3 number of his subjects Here he has deposited a most remarkable collection of presents for aUngeslor rich and poor 4 and we have already begun to divide them out among our customers There is something here for all and it will be your- S T fault if you fail to vist our store to see this mammoth collection ol Toys Edible and Wearables Come and bring the T 4 children Your visit will be a pleasure to us as well as to yourself and little ones I4BOOKS previoust many of the best writers 25c to 150 each Bibles from 25c to 400 each JEWELRYt assortment in Rings from 100 to 600 Baby Rings 100 each Mens Watch Chains and Charms from 125 to 600 each Ladies and Gents Fobs 75c to 600 each tRogers Silverplated Knives and Forks Silverplated Teaspoon and Tablespoons Brooch Pins Cuff Buttons Collar Buttons and Ladies Chains and 4ILocketsall of the best qaulity that + moneycan buy anywhere r OUR DOLL FAMILY There has been hundreds of additions to our Doll Fam ily Dolls from the smallest body Doll to the full grown heads of the family Wide awake Dolls Sleeping Dolls Walking Dolls Jointed Dolls Dressed Dolls and Undressed Dolls Bisque Figures 25c to 250 each o OTHER PRESENTS IVases and other Ornaments lOc to 200 Coal Vases Albums Toilet Sets Manicure Sets Militiay Sets Comb and Brush Sets Pictures Medallions Cigar Cases Oak 4Rockers Reed Rockers Childrens Rockers High Chairs Foldin- g4Beds Boards Stand Tables Bed Room Suites and scores ofoth er things that will be appreciative and beneficial to whom presented s PRESENTS Our collection of Presents for the V young Ladies and young Gentlemen T for Husband and Wifo and for Mother J and Father was never as numerous as 4y now Wo will mention only a few as tan introduction to this Department of j2 our Christmas shoppers Our colloc j tion of FancyLamps exceed any former collection Wo can furnish Fancy Lamps at 75c 1 125 150 200 M225 350 4 5 and 6 each 7Chamber Sets400 to 750 Bowls and Pitchers 100 to 200 L Water Sets 100 to 250 3Cako Plates 50 to 250 Salid Bowls 25 to 200 JBerry Sets 150 to 200 M t TOYSaIt would be utterly impossible for us to give you an idea of tho articles in this line You must see them to 4y know anything at all about them But there is nothing left out that is pleasure producing from the smallest T fivecent article up to elegant iron T goods that cost Ono Dollar apiece Our Underware Department- Is complete with all sizes in tho best varieties Our Cloaks for Children Misses and Ladies are of this seasons latest styles and we are making some special prices for the Holiday business Our Millinery Stock Is at your disposal at much less than some of the goods cost at whole sale IIRt OUR REGULAR LINESS While this ad is calling your attention more especially to Holiday Gifts our everyday lines are none the less important to you as well as to our sales Our Dress Goods Stock has been replemished and you will certainly appreciate the line we + are showing Our Suits and Overcoats and Odd Pants for Children Youths and Men are moneysavers t REMEMBERtThat our entire Stock is everything that it should be and you can more readily supply your needs here than anyWhere + We will have quite a line of Candies Apples Bananas Nuts and everything else you need to satisfy the appetites of the children We extend a very cordial invitation to the children as w ell as the older ones to visit our store and see what tOld Santa has prepared for their pleasure Wishing all a merry Christmas and hoping to be favored with your presence JF areYoursfor Business E P BARNES fBRO Beaver Dam J h J1a J1c J1c