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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j I bc tnxtfarb Uqnblicani n u qu f Fine Job Work a Specialty IP IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11 1901 X No 17 u CRUSHED BI DEFEAT Landslide for Republicans Carried all Doubtful States Only Solid South for Parker 343 Electors for Roosevelt t 133 for Parker Republican national ticket hnH ITheelected by a vote in the Klector nl College thut will exceed that of 292 given for McKinley in 190 The result of Tuesdays balloting way as r banding even to the most tanguine of the Republican managers Confi dent as they were of SUCCCHS they I were not prepared for the astonish Ing figures which followed the closing of the palls bringing Into the Re column not only all of those fpubllcnll had claimed as sale for r their candidates hut with the pojsi ble exception of Maryland every State classed as doubtful Democratic successes are confined to the solid South in which Ken 1tucky Is included and Mr Parker t lias not carried a single State which i did not give Its vote to Mr Bryan four years ago Unofficial returns indicate that he hits lost some of those which the Ntlnnska candidate held for his patty Official figures from some of tlc Northwestern States may tllghtly change the totals but based on the returns availa ble the electoral vote stands as shown in the accompanying table 343 for Roosevelt 133 for Parker As a dramatic climax to the sensa tional majorities given him came President Roosevelts formal an nouncemcnt that he would not be a candidate for re election lending the only exciting aspect to nn election night otherwise so one sided that it was impossible for even the victors to attain that degree enthusiasm that usually marks the occasion Late Tuesday night came an announcement from melvin G Palliser manager of the campaign for Thomas K Watson the candidate of the Peo pIes party that as a result of the overwhelming Democratic defeat steps would be taken to form n new party To this end according to the announcement given out Mr Bryan Mr Watson and William Randolph Hearst would hold a conference in b New York In nbout u weeks time V The period of suspense that follow ed the darling of the polls was not prolonged In no election in recent years has the result been definitely known so soon Hardly had the sun gone down when the results in New York began to appear Bulletin followed bulletin each showing large Republican gains and by 7 ocloc it WAS evident that the great Empire State had given the Republican candidates a majority beyond the predictions of the party managers e I So convincing was the story of the bulletins that at 730 oclock August Belmont at Democratic headquarters conceded Roosevelts election by an overwhelming majority and half an hour later the Democratic leaders who had managed the campaign freely ad mitted that the Republicans had car ried every doubtful State There was ro disposition to hope against hope As State after State sent In its Republican majority and the wires told the tale of the ballots fbringing even from those Common- wealthsi Upon which they had based 01 If their figures of Democratic success reports of unprecedented Republican majorities they frankly conceded their defeat and ofiered no explana tionSoon after Mr Belmonts admis sion Judge Parker acknowledged the situation by telegraphing President Roosevelt congratulations The perfect weather conditions which prevailed over practically the entire country brought out a vote which experienced politicians predict will be a recordbreaker of ballots the Republicans gained more than their share It Is not only a year of phe nomenal votes but of phenomenal majorities ns well Beginning with the State of New York which gives a Republican plurality of iipproxhuatcly 185000 the tale rune practically throughout the country Indiana is credited with at lenst 63000 plurality Iowa 125000 and Pennsylvania heads the list as the banner Republican State with the magnificent plurality of 325000 Even in the Southern States the vote has been light Georgias Democratic majority being only between 30000 Ind 40000 Texas will probably not exced 100000 Nevada which was carried by Mr Bryan lour years ago la Republican Montana Idaho and Colorado also Democratic in 1910 have gone buck into the Republican column Dela ware is estimated at about 5000 Republican Massachusetts about 9 000 and Connecticut In which the more sanguine of the Democratic leaders claimed to have had hopes is about 35000 for Roosevelt While on the National ticket the Democrats have suflered n crushing defeat they have retrieved themselves on some State tickets They have reversed the national vote by electing Governors In Massachusetts Minnesota and probably In Colorad- oELECTORAL VOTE Parker Gets Only Solid South Only Twelve States q I11Fr for 0 r Parker Alabama II Arkansas 9 California 10 Colorado 5 Connecticut y Delaware 3 Florida 5 Georgia i 13 Idaho 3 Illinois 27 Indiana I Iowa 13 Kansas 10 Kentucky 13 Louisiana 9 Maryland S Maine 6 Mississippi 10 Missouri IS Massachusetts 166 Michigan 14 Minnesota 11 Montana 3- Nebraski 8 Nevada J New Hampshire 4 New Jersey 12 New York 39 North Dakota 4 North Carolina 12 Ohio 23 Oregon 4 Pennsylvania 34 Rhode Island 4 South Dakota 4 South Carolina 9 Tennessee 12 Texas IS Utah 3 Vermont 4 Virginia 12 Washington 5 West Virginia y Wisconsin J3 Wyoming t 3 Totals 343 133 Whole number of votes In Electoral College 476 Necessary to elect 239 Congratulationjand Reply Esopus N Y Nov 8AtS30 oclock Judge Parker sent this telegram to the President Rosemount Esopus N Y Nov S The President Washington The people by their votes have emphatically approved your administration and I congratulate you AfroxB PARKER Washington Nov 8 Paesldent Roosevelts reply to Judge Parkers telegram was as follows Alton B Parker Rosemount N Y I thank you for your congratula tions THEODORE ROOSVEMf Subscribe for TIlE REPUBLICAN t JAPANESE Are Certain of an Ultimate Victory Over RussiaI Baron Kaneko Says That Japan Will Fight to the Last Pen ny and the Last Man I New York Nov 9Baron Kenatro Kaneko the noted Japanese financlei who is in this country on a special mission is indignant at the Russia method of warfare and is certain vic tory will crowu Japanese arms He says in part At the outbreak ol this war we established the information bureau and we sent to the Russian Government the names and the condition of our prisoners and allowed them to write home to their parents wives and children and in return they can receive their home letters When we asked of the Russian government the names of some Japanese officers and soHiers who were etptured by them and particularly the prisoners at Port Arthur to be sent through a neutral legation and also the whereabouts and condition of Japanese prisoners we did not receive a reply So far we have not received a sin gle report or word saying how the prisoners are Anxious mothers wives and children are waiting everyday to hear from the Russians This Is the way the Russians treat our prisoners From the very beginning of this war we tried to fight as a civilized nation according to the custom and practice of civilized powers and so far we have conformed to international low and the law of humanity yet Russia irons the very beginning to the last attack on the North sa fish ermen Irenlly committing unwar rintable and outrageous acts Which of the two nationsRussia- or JapanIs fighting as a civilized power The whole woild will decide according to their own opinion It is not for ns to sty Japans people have made up their minds to fight a lifeanddeath strug gle Men will take up firms as long as war will continue and we will fight to the last penny and to the last manIf we do not fight it out now we will be wiped from the surface of the globe We are fighting for national existence just as your forefathers fought for independence against Eng land and If you had been beaten at that time the yolk would have been put on your necks- GENERAL INTELLIGENCE Action of the State Capitol Com mission to be taken within the next day or two will determine whether there is to be an extra session of the General Assembly during the coming month for the purpose of so amending the act making appropria tion of 1000000 for a new Capitol as to provide for the erection of the building on one of the beautiful hill tops about Frankfort AGAIN IN TROUBLE Charley Brown Charged With Shooting With Intent to- KillNot the First Deputy Sheriff Chester Keown ar rested Charley Brown at McHenry last Saturday charged with shooting with Intent to kill The shooting occurred at Render and the victim was John Taylor of color Brown is said to be a bad fellow and his career certainly indicates that he is About five years ago he had some trouble with a ten ant by the name of Anderson who was living on his mothers farm near Prentls and one day while Ander son was out plowing he laid In wait for him and shot him as he cave around the land near where he was stationed The weapon used was a shot gun Anderson was severely hurt but recovered Brown fled the SISTERS OF CHARITYRELY ON PERUNA TO FIGHT CATARRH COUGHS COLDS GRIP SISTERS OF CHARITY All Over United States Use Peruna for Catarrh Prom a Catholic Institution In Ohio fromtheSome years ago a friend of our In stitution recommended to us Dr Hart remedylorseveral cases which threatened to be of a serious character We began to use It and experienced thenPerunscine for Influenza catarrh cold cough and bronchitis SISTER SUPERIOR UnitedStatesMich reads as follows 1901Dr I Dear SlruThe young girl who used the Perunll was sufferIng from lar satlsfnctory 5 to be able to say she Is entirely cured i1 PerunaforS J Another recommend from a Catholic Institution in one of tho Central States written by the Sister Superior reads as follows IIA number of years ago our attention was called to Dr Ilartmans Peruna and Blnco then wo have used Itwith wonder ful results for grip coughs colds and ca tarrhal diseasesof tho head and stomach For grip and winter catarrh especial ly it has been of great service to the in mates of this Institution SISTKll SUPERIOR A prominent Mother Superior says- I can testify front experience to tho efficiency of Peruna as ono of the very heat medicines and it gives mo pleasure to add my praise to that of thousands who have used it For years I suffered with catarrh of tho stomach all remedies proving valueless for relief Last spring I went to Colo rado hoping to bo benefited by a change of climate and while there a friend advised mo to try 1oruuu After using two country and in a short while turned up in England where he soon got in serious trouble This time he killed his than and in the due course ot time was tried and convicted of the crime ot murder and was either sentenced to death or imprisonment fnrlife He was through the Intel venation of friends in this country granted an absolute I pardon As soon as he was released he came back to this country and finally to the county where he he had been leading rather a wreck less career for several months which ended in the shooting of this ne gro I The President Express Gratitude Washington Non S President Roosevett tonight after the election returns clearly Indicated the result t issued the following statement I am deeply sensible of the honor done me by the American people in thus expressing their confidence in what I have done and have tried to do I I appreciate the solemn responsibility I this confidence imposes upon me atjd I shall do all that in my power lies not to forfeit it liOn the 4th of March next I shall have served 3 years and this 3J years constitutes my first term I liThe wise custom which limits the President to two terms reguards the substance had not the form and un demo circumstances will I bencandi date for or accept another nomination License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M 51 Ragland since our last IssueIVirgil Riggs Heflln to Ada May I Ashby HelEn W A Vanover Livermore to Sadie Sez more Jlvermorc j bottles I found myself very much Im proved Tho remains of my old disease being now so slight I consider myself cured yet for a while I intend to con tinue tho use of Peruna I am now treating another patient with your medicine She has been sick with malaria and troubled with leucor rhcoa I have no doubt that a cure will bo speedily effected MOTHER SUPERIOR These are samples of Ictt6rs received by Dr Hartman from the various orders of Catholic Sis tors throughout thoUnited States Time names and addresses to these letters have been withhold from respect to the Sisters but will bo furnished upon requestIn country of the civilized world tho Sisters of Charity are known Not oulydo they minister to tho spiritual and whomIare as as trained nurses in their treatment dis eases and aro looked upon as messengers of good cheer by countless patient suf ferers Onehalf of the diseases which afflict mankind are duo to somo catarrhal derangement of tho mu cous membrane lining some organ remedythatcongested mucous membrane restoring consequentlycatarrh wherever located whether it bo in tho head throat lungs stomach kid neys or pelvic organs A remedy that will euro it in ono location will euro it in all locations The Sisters FailIngPeruna is such a remedy Tho Sisters catarrhaldiseasesnot disconcerted butknow exactly what prudentSistersing safeguard They realize that when a disease Is of a catarrhal nature Peruna is time remedy Dyspepsia and female weakness aro considered by many to bo entirely different diseases That dyspep sill is catarrh of tho stomach and female weakness is duo to catarrh of tho pelvlo organs the Sisters are fully aware consequently Poruna Is their remedy in both these very common and annoying dis oasesIf do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho use of Peruna writo at onco to Dr Hartman giving a wJllbevice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Time Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio i Try our Job Work the cheapest The Blown Mercantile COBS New Drug Store Specials I Dr Gross Neuralgia Pills 15c per box Roods Kidney Pills 25c per box Dentomint Tooth Paste A25c Cascarets 10c per box Fountain Syringes 75c to 100 Household Syringes 50c Talcum Powder 25c Face Powders 5c to 25c per box Perfumery Quadrouple Extract 40c to GOc per ounce Guitar Mandolin and Violin Strings 5c Fever Themometers 75c each Atomizers 50c Trusses 75c to 250 Mentholatum Salve 25c All kinds of preparatory Medicines Pre scriptions carefully compounded from the freshest and purest Drugs day and night The Brown Mercantile Co McHENRY INCOIUOIUTED TU KYI4- t r a 1- r nniiuirCOHFtSStS Mrs Rae Krouse of Hartford City Snd is Sentenced Judge Read Her Confession on Court and She is Sent Away to Preson for Life Indicted by the grad jury at Hirt lord City Indfor poisoning her step OaughterCrystal Krouse the defend ant Mrs Rae M Krouse after demanding an immediate trial pleaded guilty to the charge of murder in the first degree and calmnly handed to Judge Vaughn a signed confession written October i while n prisoner in the Blacktord county jail at Hartford CityThe audience listened Intently while the confession was being read sitter which the jury retired for fifteen minutes returning a verdict of guilty Immediately Judge Vaughn pronoun ced the sentence which carries with it Imprisonment for life in the wo mans prison of Indianapolis and Within a half hour the prisoner escorted by a mob hissing and uttering cries of violence was on her way to the interurban train which was to carry her to prison The confession pleads that the crime was commlted while the defend ant was dispossessed of her senses that she had contessed to her husband V R Krouse that sle was prompted to poison her stepdaughter by an Indescribable desire to kill and after dealing with the domestic relations of the family which the confession says were most pleasant concludes with an invacation ot Gods help in sup plying strength to bear the sorrow which she endures Crystal was the iS year old daugh ter of W R Krouse a prominent druggist She died suddenly August and of strychnine poisoning Suicide on account of a love affair was at first suspected but later evidence tended to show that the step mother who is but 27 and had married Mr Krouse two months before had administered the prison She was arrested and al though protesting her innocence did not testify herself nor have a single witness at the preliminary hearing and has been in jail ever since to await the action of the grand jury which was in session last week Mrs Krouse was a healthy robust woman when arrested but has hUed percepti bly since Although Mrs Krouse had admin istered the position to her stepc1au her she fat at the bedside during the awful convulsions preceding death and helped to hold her head on the bed showing no emotion and not one tea e of guilt A fact that has been remarked lot same time is that while her husband refused to say he believ td her guilt yet he would not give one dollar for her defers He con tinued to visit her nt the jil and no outward change was observable in his JD inner toward her although it is ev ident from her confession that he has seen acquainted with her admission of guilt for some time j LL At the prison she was placed in charge of a washing machine Hh Chronic Diarrhoea Cured 2tlr Walter Richardson of Trout rifle Va had au attack of diarrhoea that carte near ending his life His physicinn had failed to relieve him And the disease had become chronic when he began using Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem udy ll soon cured him and he now recommends that preparation when ever an opportunity offers For eale by all druggists In THE FULL EGG BASKET Methods of Handling Poultry for Profitable Egg pro duction From now on the problem that will flueR1tlnery housed nnd sheltered from the wither in buildings that have dry vigors that are well covered with dry t Ihovsaud or litter antI if well cuked after the hens should prove vsry profitable during the coming vinter months in the producing of iissh laid ergs Where you have aI full supply of fresh laid eggs you hivs evidence that the poultry is well housed fed and looked after Vhenj ever there is a short crop or failure in the production of fresh laid eggs in I viiuei it is prima fate evidence that I the hens are either poorly housed nnd I cared for or else they do not belong to a unlly of hens that are good t winter egg producers The great secret ol success with the egg basket during the winter months is to hive hens that have been bred and reared for the winter egg production mud then properly cared tar and fed so that they are able to produce the eggs that they never will produce i1 the conditions are not such as to fos ter a good egg production One of the several drawbacks in keeping poultry is the scourge of diseases that attacks them at times especially during the wet or incle ruent part of winter A draft through the house of a cold wet night may influence the health of poultry even to the extent of closing many of the eyes of those that must roost in the draft Too much draft and too much ventilation in poultry houses during winter is very injurious If the houses are clean and the air of a healthy condition no ventilation whatever is then needed especially at night If the houses are ventllat ed at all let this be by letting down the windows at the top on the side of the house next to the sun so that the suns rays may come in through the window Where cloth or muslin cur tains are made use of there is always sufficient circulation to fully satisfy the demands of the poultry The very best winter egg yield is gained by those who keep their poul try confined continually in the hen house from the beginning of winter to the coming of spring Thousands and thousands of the most productive hens are thus kept in houses built for the purpose For this nothing is better than the connected apartment poultry house all apartments being built under one roof with divisions between the separate colonies of hens allowing about 150 square feet of floor space to every thirty hens In other words a house that has a floor space of 10 by 15 feet would furnish room enough for thirty hens to pros per and do well therein all winter providing there were dry floors dry interior and a good thick covering of dry sand or earth beneath eight to twelve Inches of litter Such a house if kept reasonably clean would pro vide a satisfactory healthy home for the hens through the winter even if they never had the opportunity to go outsideFor single egg producing ration in winter there is no grain better than wheat A mixture of good sound wholesome wheat and hulled oats makes an almost perfect grain ration for laying hens during the winter months When you cannot have hulledoats use clipped oats if you can get them The less hull of oats that hens are compelled to grind andmas ticate the better results will be ob twined Ground green bone Is valuable because it contains the raw meat the gristle the marrow and the best quality of egg forming material in the bone itself It is the best kind of animil food when the price will per mit of its use Scraps of News- A dairy school has been opened in connection with the University of California Of the 467 savings banks in Japan only one is foreign Of the 1799 ordinary banks only four are for eignThe opening of the International Industrial Exposition at Cape Town South Africa has been postponed un til December i next In 1802 the United States England and Germany produced 70 per cent of the iron ore 77 per cent of the pig AyercGive nearly every case of con sumption will recover Fresh air most important of all CherryPectoral I I Nourishing food comes next I Then a medicine to control the ctinffh and heal the lungs Ask any good doctor I Ont rcd Aycr8 Cherry IVetoralM yesrs nc I Iat arat ternlilK isi t of lunc ills iM m onriil hy it Intover witlmnt It ALiiLiu U HAMILTON Marietta Ohio 5SfSP plW T O AVER CO All lmnll sl- nsConsumption Irufor rswtHer trmands dally action 01 toowes Aid nntulo with Ayers PillsI 4 r MBS CECLIA STOWE Orator Karri N js Club 176 Warren Avenue CUtCH ILLIkt1002For nearly four cars 1suiIrred from ovarian trouble + The doe tor insi tel on ai oticratioa as thej siMwells I for home with a sick woman is n disconsolatea place at 1 best A frie idl druggist advised him to get n of Wino of Cardui for me to try an1 In1 didso I began to improve in afew da va and my recover was very rapid Within eighteen weeks I was another Mrs Stowes letter shows C woman how a home is saddenedhy howcompletelywino ness and brings health and hnppi lIufferingand secure a elOO bottle of Wine CardufwEcaRt iron ore and 82 per cent of the steel produced in the world The Chinese Government will establish a national bank with a capital i of 3000000 Onehalf of this sum is to be tarnished by the imperial treasury the other half to be raised by the issues of shares The production of metalic copper in the United States for 1903 was 698 044517 pounds of a value of 91507 006n 1902 44 per cent or about 289000000 pounds was produced from an area a mile long and one half mile wide at Butte Mont Horse breeding in Italy is not carried far enough to supply the annual demand of the country This amounts to fully 80000 head and the supply is only 30000 To cover this defi ciency 793003 is paid to foreign parts for horses Attention is called to the fact that large numbers of forged early Japan ese postage stamps are in circulation They are made in Japan and in ad dition to being hawked on board liners in the far East are exported to Great Britain and America To encourage viticulture in such wineproducing sections of Italy as are suffering 163 ooo was appropriated for the year 191304 Of this suns 57 900 was to be used in buying wine vats which were to be loaned as occasion required to the wine produ cers in places where they are most needed P Philosophy of a Pencil Pusher Many a man who is one ol the boys is old in wickedness Greater than the man who con quers cities is the woman who can withstand the temptation to roast her neighbor The fellow who is known as a ladies man is not often desired as a ladys man Part of the bitterness of loving and losing is putting up for the wedding paesent and trying to look pleasant during the ceremony Many a man who boasts wise mon ey when the horses are at the post looks foolish when they come under the wire True beauty is beauty is but skin deep but brains are often almost as shallowTell woman she is fascinating and she responds with a smile tell her she is good and looks as if you had insulted her It requires two women to put one fashionable womans clothes on her and it makes one man gray headed to try to make enough money to pay for them a TOGOS TRAINING How the Nerves of the Japanese Admeral Were Steadied Admiral Togo commander in chief of the Japanese navy whose power as firightlng man has won worldwide praise of late comes from an old school of Nippon warders says a writer in the November Succcsa His naval education is of the best and he has been trained In every way to to be a ftarless calm and tireless fighter In his south he and his fellow students at the Japanese Naval acade my were accustomed to attend an an anal banquet They Mit at n circular table around a slowly icvolvsd can nun loaded with a ball and trained to the level of their hen Is The trig ger was so arranged that it could he touched from a hidden source outside of the banquet hall That at some time during the banquet the cannon would be fired every one at the table knew but just when or in what di direction it would be pointing was a mystery Of course there was a pos sibility that the ball might crash harmlessly between the heads of two banqueters but Itwas equally proba bly that it might carry off the head of some student Yet no one flinched The chanches were equal to all The picturesque object of destruction revolving during the jovial hours of the banquet pointed from student to student and ready at a giving moment to blow any one of them to pieces was considered in Japan admirable training to steady the nerves ofa fight Ing man High Noon at Sea The most momentous improvement in navigation since the invention of the chronometer over a hundred and forty years ago has just been fore shadowed in a modest paragraph in the report of the Chief of the Bureau of equipment of the United States navyIt is believe says chief Man uey that the development of wireless telegraphy will enable the time i7nnls to be distributed over water ps well as over land and that before long every ship at sea in addition to every land station will receive daily noon signals from the standard obser vatory clock What does that mean Nothing less than the elimination of the last element of uncertainty from the prob lem of finding the position of a ship at sea Hitherto the one weak point in navigation has been the difficulty of carrying standard time on a voyage Observations for local time no for latitude have been exact but the comparison of oral with standard time for obtaining the longitude has involved a certain amount of guesswork The best chronometer is not quite infallible and some allowance which may be precisely righthas always to be made for errors Unt with timesignals received front a natiMiwl observatory every day at noon the mariner will know his way over any pant of the wide ocean as accurately as if he were threading a buoyed channel The chronometer will joint the ciossstaff and the as trolobe on the junkheap of discarded makeshiftsAnd a ship that can com municate with the shore for one purpose is equally Jn touch with the world for any other communication it needs to make How to Cure Sweeney Sweeney is II strain of the muscle which plays over the shoulder joint and which afterwards wastes rapidly away Law in his Veterinary Advi ser savs that in the first stages when there is heart sweating and tenderness a wet rag and complete rest will tend to allay the infldiuatlon Then light exercise on smooth ground nnd active rubbing on wasted part will stimulate circulation and help build up the niusle Light blisters wilt also help A good blister for thlsjpurpose can be made by taking one part of umonia two parts of oil or one part of Spanish fly and twentyfive parts of alcohol steeping for twentfour hours and then straining Another good blister can be made by taking one and onehalt drams of Spanish fly mixing with one ounce of vase- line Rub it in well and three days afterwards grease with lard Repeat this blistiring after three weeks The Worlds Fair If a man had to darn stockings he would use a strong word As a way of showing affection a girl thinks Hobsons choice is a pret ty good onemeaning the Lieuten ant One of those pink afternoon affairs suits a girl who has a new gown to a ten A mans arm can be very useful 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Will pnictlri MM profiHHlon In nil the Court CourtApprnlsA Collellonsspec YAN CY L MOSLEY t ATTORNEY AT LAWS Hartford Kentucky Will prictlii hi prnfiHKlon In nil the CoitrtH of orIIPIItIIIOther over Iltht Xutluiuil llitiik O b114 r44144r44 41444441444 Panola I The Modern tonlcn dose before each meal will make you feel J strong and well PANOrA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia I KidneysiI MACAL Co Inc For sale by i J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky Oo 44444d 44 44rf 0 4 a d d444444 1 I ice i1- R f i FELT PAIN IN LOST LIMBS Strange Physical Phenomena v Which Physicians Cannot Explain Clearly IlilniRu tutor Hiiui Glen Bachtlor ol Indiana three weeks ngo lost both hands in a rail way accident The amputated hands were placed in a jtr of alcohol and Mr Bachelors arms received the most careful surgical attention He suffered however lot two weeks from stvere and peculiar pains where the hands formetly were Mr Bachelern Initiated thit his lost hands were crowded in such u way us to give him the pensatlon of ttv re cramping pains and when he Itarned how they had been disposed of he de manded that they be properly buried The hands were taken front the j u were straightened to a natural posi tion were cnidfnlly wrapped were in cased in n box and wtu buried AH Moff us this was dune Mr Bachelor was relieved ol the puins that has kept Vhim in agony for two weeks This story will be received with I Millies by the yonngtr expects ol the I tuedicHl profession with shakes of the head by the oldir surgeons and with ready belief by hundreds of men I who have suffered as Mr B8Chel11 Miflercd Many a nan who eied amputation of a leg or loot hat hen kept in anguish by the feeling oJ some cbjct between the tot by HII inloleiaLltf itching where a toiought to he a sharp rheumatic p I in the hull ol a mitring lo t A who has lost a h ind or a arm hlII I sfixd nnldrnly with a distressing I pHin in the limb or in the finger and Las become almost hysteric bcnusc he could not relieve it by touching d the hand that wan not then Surgeons called to treat fuels casts have contended that the feeling wax i simply a hallucination tint teen who j have sulTored amputation have rial stories ol queer sensation in lost limbs and that these stories have taken such I u hold upon the imagination thit they experience the pain attributed to the men whose story they hav ualliActing on this theory the surgeon falls in with the belief ot the man I administered something to quiet his I nerves and in cases where the miss ing humid or missing foot Ii accessible gives directions for its proper hand ling and interment However this dues not settle the CiIC In u wtk or n month the than of the loot html or lost foot has other I trying experiences and the surgeon j tries to laugh hint out of the halluci nation In good time the pat- ientConsumption Salt pork is a famous old fashioned remedy for con sumption Eat plentyof pork was the advice to consumptive 50 and 100I years ago Salt pork is good if a man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs most ScottsEmulsionisthcmod ern method of feeding tat toI the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refined of fats especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this j way which is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thing about the combination of cod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs I A sample will be sent free upon request TIe sure that this picture In the form of a label on tlu wrapper ot every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT cS BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y Sot and r all druggists ONE OF DR CUPIDS PRESCRIPTIONS That Love sometimes cures disease is a fact that has recently beets called to the attention of the public by a prominent physician and college professor In ROIIIC nervous diseases of women such as hys teria this physician gives instances where women were put in n pleasant frame of mind were made happy by falling in love nail in connun tic nee were cured of their nervous troublesthe weak nervous sys tent toned and stimulated by little IrCupid btcnmu stroil It and vigorous al most without their knowledge Many n woman is nervous and irritable feels dragged down Shift worn out for no reason that she can think of She may be ever so much in love but Dr Cupid fails to cure her In ninety nine cent of there cases it is the womanly organism which requites the weak back dizzy spells surd black circles about the eyes are only symptoms Co to the source of the trouble and correct the irregularities the drains on the womanly system and the other symptoms disappear So sure of it is the Worlds Dispensary Medical Associa thus proprietors of Dr Pierces Favorite they ofTer a 500 reward for women who cannot be cured of leucor rhea female weakness prolapsus or fall jug of the womb All they ask is a fair sad reasonable trial of their means of cure Dr Tierces Pleasant Pellets clear the complexion and sweeten the breaths they cleanse and regulate the stomach liver and bowels nod produce permanent benefit and not react on system One is a 1110 laxative The Common Sense Medical Adviser Ii- sent free paperbound for at onecent stamps to pay expense of trailing only Send 31 stamps fur clothbound COl AddrcvH Worlds Dispensary Buffalo NY apparently surrenders his belief as to rain In the lost loot or hand but In Isis own hrart he holds to It He may t ov talk nbnit it but he will insist lint the sensation In the missing trot s KO real and so exasperating thnt it at times drives him aim out to the point of Insanity- Then are strong men who have had such expeiiences and their theo ry is that some cureless treatment ol the nee s severed in amputation is responsible for the queer sensation A few flU cors have admitted that there tuny be something in this thco ry but if It he admitted that the theo ry is correct it dots not explain the Situations experienced by Mr Bache ler lu this age when the netvcsof men and worm receive more attention from the medical profession than ever before is it not a little strange that these socalled hulluclnations n e to sensations in missing members of the body have not been more closely in vestigated Are these sensations the work of the Imagination orare they re suit of real physical conditions A Simple Experiment lltmtmi lliiniM Cut two slips of paper long enough for each to encircle the outside of a oottle leaving an uncovered space between the slips Fasten them in place by a thread nnd then wrap a piece ol twine around the uncovered 4M between the strips Tie one end ol the twine to a nail or some convenient hot k Hold the other end wih one hand and with qulcklIin order that the twine may run up theexposed glass between the pa Ion bands This action will shortly- cause the surface of the glass to lent After it is well heated drop sonic coldIwater on it Now by a sharp you may break the bottle in halt so I evenly that there will not be one jagged place in the entire citcle of the j breakBut of what use is this bit of ap parently superfluous knowledge Will suppose for instance the glass I stopper in your cologne bottle If you are a girl got struck and refused to budge All you have to do to dis lodge the stopper is to wind a heavy cord around the neck get some one to pull one end taut take hold of the other end yourself and work the neck mildly to and Ito in the string just as you did in the first experi ment This continued friction will cause the neck of the bottle to become so hot that it will expand and the glass stopper will be loosened enough to allow It to be pulled out without further trouble Need For Haste In a Massachusetts seaport town many stories are still told of an ac centric old man who was a conspicu ous figure in its streets thirty years agoNot many years before he died he married a young wife who was aeon stunt surprise to him One day an old friem met him hurrying along the main street of the town one arm held out stiffly in front of him and carry ing a white paper rnrce1I M Dont touch me and dont detain me he cried as his friend approached What in the world is the matter asked the other Anyone sick up at your house- Nobodys sick answered the old man over his shoulder but Im fetching home a new bunnlt for my wile and I want to get there before the styles change What Was in It I want this perscrlptlun fLIed II she said to the druggist Yesm answered he taking the slipof paper from her The doctor gave it to me for a headach II she explained Can you tell me what is Inlt Yesm It calls for sodium bicar bonate elixir pepsin aqua pura and it- But whats that Whats what madam I Why here it says quaint sufTII That merely refers to the aqua puraThen it isnt an ingredient Well it Isnt exactly an engred lent It means that we shall put in a sufficient quantity of abua pura But it it goes into the perscrlptlon it must be an ingredient- I suppose so madam Shall send this or will you toke it Ive got to lake it havnt I Not unless you want to II But the doctor said I tuustIOh we can deliver it to your house all i rightOh how funny I thought you meant I didnt have to tale the medi cine Well to ba sure you have to take the medicine but we would just as soon have our messenger boy take it for you Hump Has he got the headache x Nom But that wculdnt make any diflererce Well Im not going to pay loza prescription for messenger boys to cake There would be no change II Why I paid the doctor a dollar for tt Certainly you did but 1 meant there would be no charge if the boy took it for you II j Thats the funniest thing I ever heard How would it do me any good If he took it I beg your pardon I misunder stood you Then you prefer taking It yourself Yes sir But you can send it to the house if you will Just as you say Takes a woman to change htr mind But you didnt finish telling me what there was in it Oh nothing much besides what I told you It will be fifty cens Thank you That means there is fortyeight cents in it for me the druggist RUSSIA IN DEFEAT At the Close of the Crimean War Her Weakness Stood Revealed fir Aiulriw l Vhltilti tliefVnlurv Despite the ppresion of the most of the loielgn j corrals and the blot ting out ol page aUtr page ot th newspapers allowed to enter the em piredespite of all that thesecret po lice could do in repressing unfavora ble comment it became generally known that all was going wrong in the Crimea News came of reverse after reverse of the defeats of the Alma and Inkerman and as a climax the loss of Sebastopol and the destruction of the Russian fleet In the midst of it all as is ever the case in Russian wars came utter col lapse in the commissariat department everywhere one heard hints and final ly detailed stories of scoundrellsm in high places or money which ought I to have been appropriated to army supplies but which had been ex I pended at the gambling tables of I Homburg or in the Breda quarter of ParisThen it was that there was borne upon me the conviction that Russia powerful as she seems when viewed from the outside is anything but strong when viewed from the inside To of the thousand evi autoIcrncygeneialy not one of the most highly I endowed can do the thinking for a j hundred million there was uPjrisingstance of the French against in 1792 of the Germans EuropeII France In 1813 and in 1870 o against Austria in 1859 and altlrj ward and of the Americans in the I Civil war of 1861 Thtre were certainly more noble characters in Russia and these must I 011thingsmiddle class and the lower class been long kept in bsotted ignorance there seemed to be no force on which patriotism could Uke hold- Wanted Merand Women in this country and adjoining territories to represent and advertise an old established house of solid financial standing Salary to men 21 weekly to women 12 toi8 weekly with Expenses advancedeach Monday by check direct front head quartets Horse and buggy furnish ed if necessary position permanent Address Blew Bros Co Dept A Motion Bldg Chicago Ill 12t6 New Bow tor the Hair With the new fashion of dressing the hair in Paris the roll at the back with the long comb put in sideways mil the tightened sides a new style of hair ornament has come into being This is a broad bow of pink or blue velvet made into an unusually sUfi knot the two bows at one side and two wired ends at the other and al most covered with glittering sequins These new bows pre rather startling In effect at first though the eye soon becomes used to the We have Scholarships covering ten months in the Bowling Green Nor mal School or four months in any business department of the Bow ling Green Business Col lege If you are going to school call on or address the Republican for Scholarship linglhcStoinachsandBowclsor MgetablePreparaiionTorAs theFoodandRe ula I rl Promotes DigesiionCheerful + 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Poco BlfC =Eye andAmerican Cameras Genuinely good in every detail Film or Plates as you choose Absolutely new models 480II rSPOCO i n II 1AMERICAN CAMERA MFG COJti II St Paul St zooaoo +++++++ +++++++ ++ + + rT + ++ t i FEMACURA1Jla- uyI romedlcafut3otnnlu etulro on the market but tim only mf thnJ lute IIll en tll bo au ubaoliitv and jiusltlvo euro for till forms of Female Trouble i lilrVCUHA A hintflo trial will convince tlm most skeptical ol KB nlmoHt tub ruvulotiM curative ponvrn Made only by the IBITCH IlBU IHAItMACAb Co- q loc a Fur Miilo by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky + t y1 ot + loIZOi otI tM i gSpyra Io ottt 10 pt ++ + +lfoJ 1- A a Hartford Republican leaned by tho Hartford 1 ubllahingCompan- ytxcoarnaeao C E SMITIIEdltor TELL2Si02TS S CUnblancS34RQ- ulih S17 r 2 FRIDAY NOVEMBER Ir- ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to nnnouneo W 11 1ayim- Rs n candidate for the olflce of County Judge of Ohio county nubject to the action of tho lUpu llcan party FOR REPRESENTATIVE 1S e are nnthorlrcd to nnnounce C C Heard III n candidate for the olllre of Representative of Ohio county subject to the action of the llepul 119I11pnrt We nro authorized to nllnonllCO L S MASO nsn candidate for the olllce of Represcntntlvn of Ohio county subject to the action of the Repii Menu partyFOR COUNTY COURT VLEUK We urn authorized to nnnouneo 0 I nTl IIOYIII olllce of County COllrtno a candidate for the Clerk of Ohio County subject to the action of tilt Republican party Wo are authorized to announce Wllliurn Tin Icy UK n cnndldnte for the ollloe of County Com Clerk of Ohio County tmhjoct to the action of the Republican party t We nro authorized to announce Kverett i Taylor as n candidate for tho olllce of Count i Court Clerk of Ohio county subject to tho nctlo puttytI FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We ore llIthorlzlol to announce K M Wooi ward IIH n candidate for the olllco of County Ai torney of Ohio county subject to tho action of the llcpubllcnn party FOR SHERIFF WI ore authorized to anmunucu H It Marti an a candidate for time olllco of Sheriff of Ohio county subject to the action of time llepubllcn party r We are authorized to announce Ueorw W lluwp of Centrrtown UK candidate for the of then of Sheriff of Ohio county subject to the in tlou of the Republican party FOR 1 AIM it- Vo are authorized to nnnoiinro IAMKS I MOltTON ntt n candidate for the olllce of lallr of Ohio comity subject to the action of the lie publican party We are authorized to nnnonnco OSCAll Mll K IFF IIH n cnnilldiite for the olllco of Inllvro r Olio county subject to the action of tho Rcpub lenII party- noareaothoriztonation nre Hell Smith ul IlnrtlctU precinct us n candidate for the olllct of Jailer of Ohio county subject to the action of the Rcpubllciin party We nro authorized to announco W 11 Iyoni ae a candidate for the olllee of Jailer of Ohio county subject to the action of the Republlcnr partyWe are authorized to iuinoiiiireTlII 11t ns a candidate for time oltleof Taller ofOhlocoun ty subject to tho action of the Republican party FOUSIIUVEYOK i We nre authorized to nnuotimo XATIIAX1KK MOXUKV IIH a candidate fortheolllceofSurveyor Ohio county subject to the action of the lie ubllran party FOR ASSKSSOK- Vo ore authorized to announce L terry Ioney tis n candidate for tho otfico of Assessor of Ohio oiiiity subject to time action of the Republican party t Wo ore authorized to announce SAM W IKAC1I IIH a unmlldate for the ollltv of Assessor of Ohio county subject to thu action of thu Re publican party run SUPERI NT EN I ENT- Wo are authorized to iimiomirii IAMKS M DeWKUSl ns a cnndldnto fur the ofllit of Super Inteudent of Schools of Ohio county subject to tho action of the Republican party t I FOR TTAniSTRAT- We are authorized to announce JOHN M KliriTKUHu clIlIlIolnlo fur thlutlke of MiiKls trateof the Croiuwfll dlstrlt subjeet to the nc thin of the Republican potty ALMOST unanimous Nos ron the Thanksgiving tur keyIT WAS better than anybody nrtici pated MR PARKER is now enjoying the pleasantryof private life JUDGE PAIIKEK resumed supervis ion of his farm work Wednesday morning with renewedzeal IT OAK reasonably be conceded that Roosevelts majority was mater ially enhanced by the unrelenting as sault made on hia personality by the peanut journalists of the country those who chose to call him the Bronco Buster the Big Stick man and other uncomplimentary ri diculous and slanderous names TUESDAY night a short time after the polls had closed and the returns from the election had began to are rive a prominent Democrat of Hart ford one who think the air would have been purer and the sunlight of a brighter hue if Parker had been elected was heard to say to another Democrat I want you to be here and be sick with UI if we have to be sick and it looks like it is coming The reporter left at that time but from what appeared in the Herald next morning it is reasonably certain that there were some sick folks in town THE RESULT The overwhelming triumph of Pres ident Theodore Roosevelt and Chas =o c Fairbanks in Tuesdays election has been foreshadowed by the quietude and resolute determination of the peo pie for several weeks For Mr Roosevelt tho victory is a glowing tribute to his qualities as a true American citizen the type that the vast majority of Americans admire It is also indicative that the Ropub hcan party is the bulwark of the American nation dating from the election of the immortal Lincoln The defeat of Parker on the other hand is convincing evidence that tbe Democratic party as now Constitute is practically annihilated and upon ita ruins must rise some radical part led by a dreamer like Bryan There is no place in national poll tics for the old Democratic part The solid South is all they can di pend on and one by one those State will turn from them and join the pro gresai vo opposition The result should be accepted in a spirit of patriotism by everyone a 11 Democrats should seek consolatio fer the present whether it may be forthcoming It may be some satisfaction to them to be able teat that they carried Kentucky The official vote will show that they hay swept the commonwealth by abou 10000 and have elected ten out of the eleven CongressmenOHIO The Republicans made a IIMII run in old Ohio county The apathy and general quiet that has marked the entire campaign seems to halt aiiectcd the Democrats far more that it did the Republicans The official returns for the thirtyone precincts jives Roosevelt a majority of fl17 votes against 326 for the highest man on the Republican ticket last year A Republican gain of from 2 to 5li was recorded in nearly every precinct in the county Such a gain indicates that to the people out in the rural dis trlcts Roosevelt was not so objectionable as Democratic campaign orators contendedWith President and Vice Presi dent elected by the largest electoral majority ever recorded Kentuckys Democratic majority divided by three and Ohio countys Republican major ity doubled Republicans have every reason to be proud of their party and principles Precedent Broken All thinking Americans I believe proclaim that education will eradicate prejudice ignorance and superstition Now we believe the Hartford Her ald has education back of Itbut think there is still a remnant ot supersti tion left though the editor calls It precedent Note the headlines of an article in the Herald of April 27 1904 The article was quite interest ing and goes on at some length to state the historical facts why lour ot the accidental Presidents did not even gain the nomination and how all but one turned the Government over to the opposition simply stating precedent against the fifth When precedent is good it is gener ally followed It was not precedent that was the cruse of Filmore Johnson and Arthur not being elected but some party rea son as the Herald states President Roosevelt had no difficul ty in gaining the nomination or be ing elected either it seems Why Honesty in bis politics bold dess in acts of humanity against all deeds of dishonor and following a precedent established by Jefferson which the World Fair at St Louis is now celebratingfamed his predecea sor by enlarging our country by par chaseTHE REPUBLICAN for Friday April 29th contained a paragraph about the four Presidents not gaining elec tion by the people for the highest honor a party can give a man bat de daring that Roosevelt would gain the nomination and be elected thus appearing in the light of a prophet- A prophecy it was but with knowledge and common sense behind it A READER OaTOElaIM- nIb The Kind You HIM thrill BMfK filgattlw i TOO LATE POP LAST WEEK HEREIN ILL Nov2Mesa Nellie Weaver of Central City is visiting her brothers Guy and Lojrd Weaver of this city Miss Emma Hall of this City left today for Chicago as a deligate for the Eastern Stars Mr John Byers and family of Ech ols Ky have moved to this city t r4 I f Here Stands Ohio County f I + PRECINCTS 4i East Hartford tt West Hartford 6 Beda CSulphur Springs ttli Cromwell Cool Springs L North Rockport + South Rockport Select 4 Horse Branch 4 Rosine East Beaver Dam West Beaver Dam McIIenry 1 Centertown Smullhous G East For svll1e West Fordsville Aetnavtlle v Shreve Olaton G Bnford bBartletts HrfllnCeralvo Point Pleasant Narrows Ralph Prentls Herbert ii Totlll sMSjrity e PESIDENT I72 I25IS Ipi6 I23S2 101 87- II3 I69r93 86 12521i I2r Ida 109 471 71 S7 50I5- 2 47 52 St 83 6 34 106Soli JJ Messrs John Sharp and Willian Pallock and families ot McHenry Ky have moved to this city to make it their future home Mr Will Harris niter visiting In this city for two weeks has returned to Beaver Dom Ky Robert McDowell of Render Ky arrived in this city to day to reside for a short time William Ross of McHenry Ky has accepted a position with the Chicago and Cartetvllle Coal Company of this city- Messrs R E Chapman and son Roy and John Stroud have returnedI from the Worlds Fair nt St Mrs J G Rallina alter a months i visit here with her parents Mr and MM Peter Lender and other relatives left yesterday for Cloverport Ky1 where she will visit her sister Mrs I C W Satterfitld for a few days after which she will return to her home at Plneville Ky Mr and Mrs W T Ingrain cl Render Ky are the guest of Mr and Mrs John and Fred Reid of this cityMisses Jean Lander and Emma Stroud of Cnrterville III were the guest of relatives and friends in this city yesterday- Mr Torn Thornton and Miss May Harris and William Little and Miss Ada McCoy were united in the holy bonds ol matrimony last Wednesday night at the Christian church in the presence of a large circle of friends Rev T R Vick officiated Mr Little and Mr Thornton are both Kentucky boys from Central City Ky and we all wish them a lung and prosperous life Mr Claude Brown of Rockport Ky is the guest of his brother Mr Richard Brown Mr Robert Lander of Linton Ind is the guest of relatives in thiscity Mrs Ambrose Mercer of Paducab Ky has returned after visiting rela tives in this city Messrs Ed Burton and P B But ton have left for Render Ky Statement- I understand that it is being clrcu lated through the county that I have been promised the office deputys place in the Ohio County Court Clerks office by K P Taylor now a candidate for the nomination to said office subject to the action of the Re publican convention in regard to any such statements that have been made or may hereafter be made will lay that they are utterly false and that this matter was never mentioned to me by said Taylor nor by me to him I will further say that I willf not bethe next office deputy County Cbnrt Clerk no matter whomay be nominat ednor will Ienterinto anyjcombine this kind as I have heretofore stated Truly U G RAGLAND Hartford Ky Nov 9 1904 136 IIOI01 292S 65 62 64 1eo 40 III 63 ro6 rot 119 62 63 sol i4r SSIt4 il 35 63 So 96 iJ 64 2515 S VfeGI 5 3 3 3 3I 2 6 3 3 2 2 3 III i 4 I 4 S t 4I I I 4 hl 30 Jt CONGRESS r I 4 2 3 4I I 3 7 5 3 2 4 3 4 d i 21 Vii61I w I6S 125 IS I4Ir3 I23 52 S 9 113 I69I93 86 12521i t2 32 I39U9 48il Si 49 tot 52 4S 51 7SS 56 34 3n54d Jf 129 i III les7 j6- s 2S G3 63 99 qo Ill 6 105 ei 125 102 117 62 465 p S 27d tiff 5f awy 102 2 3 5II6 a oJSI tlfi 74- C TI64 7S 25n31w Call for Convention At a regular meetiirc of the Re publican Executive Committee of Ohio county held at Hartford Ky Saturday September 3 1904 the following resolution was adopted Resolved That a delegated conven tion be held in the town of Hartford Ky on Monday November 28 1904 at i oclock p m at the court house in said town for purpose of nominating candidates for the various county officers to be voted for at the Novem ber election 195 viz Representative county judge county court clerk county attorney sheriff jailer superintendent ot schools coroner surveyor and assessor and that pre duct conventions be held in each of the voting precincts in said couny on November 26 194 at 130 oclock p in for the purpose ot electing delegates to attend said county con vention on November 28 and that the representation therein be i delegate for every 25 votes or fraction over 12 votes cast lor President Roosevelt on November S 1904 and the candidate receiving a mrjority of the votes cast in said county convention shall l e declared the nominee of the Republic an party for said officr NICHOLAS HARRASS Chmn M S RAGLAN Secy According to the above basis the several precincts are entitled to the following delegate rotes East Hartford 7 West Hartford 5 Beda 5 Sulphur Springs 6 Magan 3 Cromwell 5 Cool Springs 2 North Rockport 4 South Rockport 3 Select i 5 Horse Branch 7 Rosine 8 East Beaver Dam 3 West Beaver Dam 5 McHenry 9 Centertown 5 Smallhouse i East Fordsville 6 West Fordsville 4 tnaville 2 Shreve 3 Olaton 3 Buford 2 Heflin 2 Sartletts 4 2eralvo 2 Point Pleasant 2 Narrows 3 Ralph 3 Mentis 2 Herbert i SALEM Nov 9 Superintendent James De Weese visited our school a few days ago He gave an interesting talk to the pupils The pupils appreciated his visit very much Elders T J Ratcliff and J W Jristo of Fordsville began a pro tracted meeting at Cane Run Baptl church last night Mr H C Wilson attended the Worlds Fair lost week and returned home Tuesday night He reported a pleasant trip J H Jamison and R H Basha went to Hartford Saturday and reo turned Monday Dick Daniel and son Yale are on the sick list Mrs Della Miller who has consumption is improving Charlie and Jessie Daniel of ala ton visited relatives nenr this ploe Saturday night and Sunday J G Wilson spent last week in LouisvilleMiss Jamison WHS the guts of her sister Mrr A J Myers last week T H Faught of Ourenslioro wa the guest ol his friend S M Wilson lint Weineailny night Litllr Kflif Wtitdrip is iuipiovin Miss Lucy Axtoi of flume Blanch Is vl9itrttt her c tistii Mrs Hufu Boyd The Sabbath school is still in grog reps nt this plnre- MIH Wt lit Knley of Henderson Is the must of her aunt Mrs Miggl Christian Little James Wilson visited htlt niece hMle Ona Rclvy luit Weilnca day night Mrs Mary nml Mctvil White wen the guest ol their aunt Mil Nol Boyd 8t Hcuft Brunch last Mon- myI IThe Cash Grocery keeps constantly oi hand a full supply 01 Lard Bacon Hams Flour SugarVcgI sell at low figures and treat you right Give them a callaS NO CREEK Nov IoThe long looked lor i1 herethe stock law Keep thru opossuin jiweel pins cfTiny premists- J P Foster of Foster Co is liS happy ns the young man when he is first called papa So much for tit stock law already Miss Inn Stevens visited Rev din trills family Wed m slay Rev Moorman will preach tolt Herman M E church South the second Sunday Protracted meeting will begin a No Creek the thiid Sunday J W Sanderfur wants some one to pump water on his head for voting against the stock law Farmers are very busy gathering corn in our vicinity- C T Baird hns sold his farm on No Creek and purchased a farm near Reaver DamIh regret very mnch to have Mr Halid and family to lervt Us Willie Cnntrill has returned from Bowling Green wluMe lu has ben visiting for two weeks Mrs V C Ward and dunghterlnn vere visiting Rtv Cnntrillt family Tuesday Little Dena Rial hH typhoid fever Mrs John Ward who has been sick pith typhoid fever lor several weeks Is improving W F Stevens rides now like he owned a farm In the West Will tomeb tdy jink the reason Homer Hamilton has bought a tract ol land from J W Sandtrfur and will build in the near future C T Baird and wife went to Bear er Dam Wednesday Miss Nora Cantrill visited W G Bennetts family last Sunday Misses Ethel and Anna Moreland attended church at Shinkle Chapel ast Sunday Mrs Myrtle Webb attended church it Shinkle Chapel last Sunday Rev Perrymen and daughter Miss Pearl enroute for Owensboroitopped wet night with Rev Cantrill last Monday night Mr Ellis Foster made a flying trip to Livermore Wednesday- Mr David Moreland has raised 50 caes of very fine tobacco on his farm his year We are wondering when this great ommonwealth will ever hear of Par againMr Sanderfur and Rev Can trill made a flying trip to the Worlds Fair last week it took three hoars to make the trip And now for four more years ot great prosperity Hurrah OTORB-tho the Kind You Have Always BmgM Ugnatarecz 1 STOCK LAW Carried in Every Precinct Where Submitted Except East Deaver Dam + Judging from the result of the vote on the stock law it would have swept the entire county hall it been submit ted to n vote in all the precincts Sixteen precincts voted on the ques tion arid fifteen voted In favor ei keeping stock up while East Beav er Dam voted to let them out as here tofore Tue law now goes into effect on the eighth dayof December thirty days after the election The law pro vides that any one who permits any cattle or the species thereof named in the petition owned by or under his control or In his custody to run at large in the precinct where the vote wasn irst them tunning atlttrge shall bs fined not less than live nor more than twentyfive dollars breach oflenne and if any damages shall he committed by stock In any such pre cinct the owner ol such cattle shall be liable for all such chu1IIc whether the place where the lcllllljtCS occurred fhe inclosed IIIt lawful fence or not ItDllthc pert on itamigetl shall haven lieu on time Mewl committing tile damage lor the amount thereof and cost ot suit and it HJuill he the duty of any constable Shinll or Marshal to take up nod impound any such steck found running at large in such precincts and the owner thereof shall pay to time Ricer Impounding for each hens o Impounded one dollar antI the cost of feeding and taking care of same IACard- I hose beard of It tiring talked in some sections of the county that I Intend to wither v toin the race I for county jmlgr To put nt test all such talk I will tar that I am in the rllcc to stay and if the Republican nominate me I will IMC all honor iiiile means to win in the finalelection W H TAVMU BUDA Nov 9 Husintss is good In otir townRev G J IJenn Hutfuri preach ed at Shinklc Chn pel Sunday Mr James Ambrose and son Scott Adnburg was in our town Monday on BusinessMr ParkwllC niece and flits Ethel Bennett visited friends at Bells Run Saturday art l Sunday The protracted meeting at Shinklew Chapel closed Sunday Dr J D Stewart and wile attended the bitthbay dinner at Mr Art Pirtles SundayCThere will be set vices at the M E Church Sunday Mr W L Parks our husling mer chant went to Hartford on business lust week Messrs S R and Rupert Bennett went to Hartford Teiday night Miss Dent Hudson visited Miss Mary Piks Monrla Mr Henry Pirtle of neur flat tforol visited its sister Mrs Dr Stuwiut last week Mr Alvrth Ca 1jway Suia lhouirvas in mu town Mouciay Mr Walter InkK and sister Miss MAn went to Owoutboto Thurfday lion A S Ikiiuftt ia vuiting late lather Mr W G Htnrctt L The Kidneys Whelp they are weak torpid or stagnant the whole neglectheed the warning of the bloatedfacethe urinary disorder and begin treatmtntat oncewi- JlaHooclsSarsaparW anlCIfestCWMWn4Co L Hood Co Lowei ML 1 Holiday Jewelry Watches D I a moods Silverware Rings and an thtlnew styles In Bronchesb Buttons Pins etc Large stock of gold headed Canes and Umbrellas Whatever your wants may be we can meet them with beau tifal and choice selections Sead for WheninC M WISEMAN SON 132 WMarketbstween island 21c- 1Louisville Ky I This WeeksI tSpecials 2 t Blankets White ilcoceil 104 size 40x87 nearly 2 pounds Z4 7inch showy border in red white and blue and s4 white eatatitched endour very low 4 price Dv- Gonuinot allwool 114 Gray California Blanket J extra heavy rich shade with 9inch border and iworsted catsiitched ends to match a 4 498regular 0 article for Comforts 4 A woolfilled Comfort size 5Jx7 l Floral Leaf design on good quality of robe prints with solid scarlet lining scarlet bound straight quilt A Op ing big value for 4rt 11A Comfort of very rich design of Roses and fo liage sie 70x75 lined in beautiful delicate shades 4j 148nI Ladies Wraps I nerJMannish Cloth loose back with belt and new r large sleeves collar contrasting shade of velvet sIq straps belt and pockets piped mercerized lined 1 r yoke A great Coat at a low price QQ 5d 4 vjJO ctf u1MensOvercoats of heavy wool kersey in lark brown 4with a rich tinge of Olive and overlaid with an in 2 i r olive uverpl lidollnr made plain cut l j full old roomy with belt in back and lined with farmers satin length 50 inches A good garment for young men Our lOW f9Asprice 1 z11e are still ottering big inducements in Hosiery j S ladies childrens and mens Underwear Staple 4 I Dry Goods Shoes etc Load up your family I Come direct to us We will sivo you money I w t The t Place Is f tt1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVHMBER II Illinois Contral RallrondTlmo Table North llonntl SIIIIII lloniiil No 112 duo 412u m No 121 OtiilliRI n m No 1O2duuulptu So 101 iliifl 24Sp III Nol32ilUi12Ol 0131 UUP 9 RR p in Big line of odd Pants nt Sam Bachs I ht Gilbert Dodson left yesterday for St Louis the Worlds Fair candy at City 4 Restaurant L H Condit was a pleasant caller Wednesday E W Smith CerAlvo called to see ua Wednesday Nat Lindley Maanzas culled to see us Wednesday Jesse Fulkerson Echols called to tee us Wednesday Sr L Stevens Cromwell was a pleasant caller Wednesday sweet and sour pickles atk tthose So good The City Restaurant feeds the peo pIe Everything uptodate An elegant new line of Neckwear just received at Sam Bachs New Millnery Goods at Economy Store Ladles trimmed Hate from 1150 op We will pay 20 cents dozen for eggs until further noticeICAESON Co w 4- a I Ion Barnard Ceralvo called to see j us Monday IVisit our Millinery department for I CARSON Co- T II Benton Centertown was a i pleasant caller Monday See our stock ot Clunks before buy Ing elsewhere CARSON Co For Overcoats and suits see us CARSON Co Fresh Fisk and Celery at City Restaurant- G W Rowe Centertown was a pleasant caller Monday Nicest line of fancy goods in Hart ford at City Restaurant Dr J A DuO Sulphur Springs was a pleasant caller Monday Clarence DeWeese Shreve called at THB REPUBLICAN office Monday Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf The Economy Store for your BoysI Suits A large new and uptodate line to select from We add new Shoes to our stock daily Visit us for anything you need in the Shoe line CARSON Co Attend the Auction Sale at C L Armendts Dundee Ky Saturday I November 19 1904 Ruthford and Lyon Bartlett of the Bartlett nelghborhoood were pleasant callers Wednesday Virgil Ranney returned home last Saturday from St Louis where he he had been attending the Worlds Fair A protracted meeting begins to night at the Beaver Dam Baptist church Rev E W Coakley pastor will conduct the medltog I Kinder Beda called to see us Saturday G R Curaon Centertown called to see us Saturday Cheese Sausage Dried Beef and Crackers at City Restaurant Will Hurt and Marvin Moseley went to Central City Sunday Big line of Sterling Clothing for Men and youths at Sam Bachs J H Torrence Cromwell called at Tim REPUBLICAN office Saturday For a nice hot meal or lunch of course you go to the City Restaurant Rev J W Cantrlll No Creek call ed at THE REPUBLICAN office Satur dayWe want aU kinds of poultry and always pay the highest market price CARSON Co A big line of Boys and Childrens Clothing as good as the bent and as cheap as the cheapest at Sam Bachs New Cloaks just received at the Economy Store Seethem You will get the worth ot your money In every garment Take your Eggs to the Cash Grocery and get 17c per dozen Miss Mattie Tichenor and Mrs 0 M Bishop ol the Ceatral Grove neighborhood were pleasant callers Saturday If you dont buy yourclothing from us we both loss Our prices are 1 ways the lowest ECONOMY DRY GOODS STorm Mr Sidenius the Secretary of Ohio county Y M C A attended the Y M C A Convention at Madison ville the latter part of last week u Largest and best line of Ladles Misses and Childrens Furs every brought to Ohio County See them ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE A complete line of Mens Ladies Youths and Childrens Hamilton Brown Shoes every pair guaran teed can be found at Sam Bachs Full line of Clothing High grade goods at low price1 See our line sad save money ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE Dont lull to see the New Millinery at the Economy Store Trimmed Hats 150 Black velvet 200 and 5250 Beauties MRS SARACOLLINSSMITH FOR S4LHA Fourhorsepower Engine and Boiler been used about onemonth For particulars call on or address VIRGIL RPNl ROW Dundee Ky Bring your Turkeys to Carson Co Get theai here not later Novem ber the IS h if possible so we my hove a little time to get them on the market CARSON Cs All Steak except clear round three pounds fur 25 cts at Arbuckle Brothers new Meat Market Everything else In proportion Give us a Call ARBUCKLE BROS Hartford Ky FOR SALE Seven acres with plen ty of buildings and everlasting wa ter 25 or 66 acres with same if desir ed i4 miles from public mines E M MILLER tf McHenry KyII Mr Lyman Williams who hAS for the past few months been at Nashville completing his course in Telephony visited his father the latter part of last week He left Tuesday to take charge of the Cumberland Telephone exchange and business at Doualds ville La Mr John Smith of the Providence neighborhood had the misfortune of losing his house and most of his house hold goods by fire last Sunday late in the afternoon Mr Smith and his family were not at home at the time and had not been there since early morning and the origin of the fire is somewhat a mystery The flames were first noticed in the kitchen part of the house where there had been no fire since the fatally had prepare breakfast early that morning Mr Smith bad sold his farm to Mr T R Kinchtlo and would have given possession tke first of December had not the hops ben dwtreysd Hartford is to have a real Ipera House Mr A C Taylor has already- began the work of converting the second story of his new building into a modern up todate Opera It will also be used as a Lodge Halland the Knights of the Maccabees and Knights of Pythias will use the room as a meeting place William Tomley Echols was a pleasant caller Wednesday Mr and Mrs Paul Woodward have gone to Noble Ill to make their future home R H Milroy Dycusburg Ky has been in town this week perfecting plans for the Scenery ot Taylors new Opera Hall All Knights of Pythias ladles are earnestly requested to attend the meeting at Mrs J S Glenns next Monday afternoon at two oclock WANTED Two good blacksmiths who are able and willing to do all round blacksmith workF ALLEN- Centertown Ky Elsewhere In the the Republican will be found the announcement of Mr G W Rowe of Centertown for Sheriff of Ohio county subject to the action of the Republican party Mr Rowe is the son of Mr W I Rowe who has been the acme ofRepublican- Ism in the western end of the county for the past thlrtv or forty years Mr Rowe George as he is familiarly know has never before aspired to office be has however been a deputy Sheriff and ia thoroughly acquainted I with the duties of the office to which he aspires He has always been a stuuch Republican and has done valliant service for his party and if nominated will make n strong candi date Bud in the fiual election will win 40 The Cash Grocery is open early of mornings with all kinds of Break fast Supplies DRFEHNERS GOLDEN RELIEF cwJli I any iialu Insido or out luirom 2 to 5 minutes An English Author Wrote i No shade no shine no fruit no j flowers no leave s November freeidamated during this month that it becomes constantly troublesome There is abundant proof that catarrh is a constitutional disease It in related to scrofula and consumption beirg one of the wasting disease Hoods I Sarsaparilla has shown that what capable of eradicating scrofula 1I pletely cures catarrh and taken time prevents consumption Wean not see how any sufferer can put off taking this medicine in view of the widely published record of Its radical and permanent cures It is undnubli edly Americas Greatest Americas Greatest Disepss Catarrh I OASIOnX-Aj Ths Kind You Have Always Bought j Signature 1I4 I lotVII r a = New Arrivals E ttfii S J Tichenors r 4Our buyer is again searching the markets that = Jj our customers may have the benefit of the latest = J creations which fashion designs il Jj tfl IEspeciallytfl manufacturers in the eastern market You can h l 1 not help being pleasedwhen you have a selection 9 49 from lOc per yard to 1 per yard Our dress i 4makers are always ready to interest you as to styles 43 Buy from us in this department 49 and you can have your goods formed into a fash fc JJ ionable garment readytowear before leaving out b 3 building H 4 Winter Wear j t Jij The appearance of cold days force us to buytk 4j heavier wearing apparel See us for your Cloaks j Jj Furs and Childrens Wraps Prices are Rock Bot bJ tom Underwear for Ladies Children and Gents J tI4R3 there is not another house in the country that can t t show a line that is superior to ours We boast of jf i C the most stylish line of Overcoats and for t 5j Men Youths and Children found in this section and to see our line and got our prices is to ft j Overcoats i 250 to r Hsuits 350 andup 8 t 1 bl j Our New HoixsetteC1 In our new building we will show you the most ji t3l41 cannot be duplicated Visit us in this department bio S and be welcomed by its management Zt1 Great Millinery Displayie Wo feel proud to say we are still making this J = the countrys most fashionable and popular Millin f jt4i44 4R acquainted with the manager of this department 4 4 fcjj49 can our corps 4R original designers are always ready to serve you in 4j themost fastidious style The height of our ambi tImn iton is In serving out customers in a fair and honestr49 way by giving them good values close prices and tt- j honest treatment Visit us that we may convince ft you of our methods and good values li S J TICHENORMcHenry Ky E SI V iV w Mir YY irirwY i j I Special AttentionIs called to our line of liens Youths and Childrens Clothing which AVO have re i cawed for our fall trade and put down at very low prices We handle the celebrated Sterling line for men and the Moncramake and Climax for youths and children We guarantee every suit we sell to give sat isfaction or money refunded As to price we quote i you Twenty Mens Black Cheviot suits at 3 and up sizes 3542 Fifteen youths Suits in fancy colors at 285 and up sizes 1319 Thirty childrens Suits a- t100a worldbeater Fifty pairs of mens Corduroy i Pants at 125 Overcoats a large linethe best goods and manufacture at very low prices Clothing is our specialty Call on us for bargains in this line Shoes 1 We handle the celebrated HamiltonBrown Shoes for men women and children Every pair guaranteed i- to give Satisfaction or another pair in its place Could you ask a better bargain offer Mens heavy Shoes at 1 and up Ladies Shoes at 1 Call and let us lit you up for the winter I E w peoiallssAll Calico 5c a yard Factory Cotton Vic Heavy j Cotton Flannel Go Heavy Shirting 6c Good Socks 5c a pair ladies Hose 5c Suspenders three pairs for 55c fine line of ladies Tailormade Dress SkirtsJack ets Capes and Childrens Cloaks Ladies heavy Dress Goods Etc As our space is limited we cannot quote you prices in detail but come to see us buy your fall I and winter goods from us and we will treat you right We will give you the best 4 goods for the least money 1 SAM BACH Hartford r A DRAMATIC iNCflJENT fThe Climax of Banks Nigh MwMat querade BaiL When Banks who had been mar tried only n few months went home and told his wife he had accepted an invitation to o bachelor dinner the expected her to object Instead eho urged him to go The dinner over one of the party remembered that the Anion ball was Ibeing given and proposed that they all go The proposition woa ac cepted but not without hesitation on the part of Banks Once at the ball however Dunks became as hay as the gayest His scruples were forgotten and he enjoyed himself to the limit until he saw in the guy crowd a woman who seemed strange ly familiar She was masked but she wore the costume his wife late ly had purchased for an approach ing private masquerade ball He could swear to the costume It suddenly dawned on Banks that this rell y was his wife whom he had supposed to be home asleep The woman was leaning on the arm of a tall stranger who appeared to bo devoted to her To make certain of his suspicions Banks passed the domino and placed himself so that the couple must pass close to him On they came arm in arm chatting but when the woman caught sight of Banks she started like a guilty thing and dropping the mans arm fled Banks hurried after her and when ho finally cornered her she cowered down on a scat and unable to utter a word extended her hand as mercyForgive and I promise you Before she had completed the sen tence Banks tore the mask oil her face Then he gasped The wom an was his wifes maid She had purloined the costume of her mis tress and worn it to the ball Banks did not tell his wife be cause she might inquire why he was at the ballXe York Press Her Identification Mark ladyithwas seen to enter a Chestnut street bank the other day The writer was just behind and having busi ness at the same financial institution followed this attractive daugh ter of Eve She hurried to the first window only to be told to take her place in line As she had entered the building first the writer allowed her to take his position The lady showed a certain amount of impa tience owing to the delay in getting to the head of the line but once she had the paying tellers attention she offered him a check But said the officer you must get some one to identify you The lady looked at him a mot ment but a solution soon presented itself to her and she replied Uh certainly you can identify me by this mole under my lip Andwhen she left that window after five minutes of useless argument her face had lost that charming smile which it originally wore Philadelphia Telegraph The Pastor and tho People Take the whole range of activity and umu emunt which has within a generation swept into tho various denominations under the name of the institutional church In re sponse to whose initiative did that present itself Pustora were us a + rule averse to it or dreaded itoCt- en opposed it openly But itCll teredchurch life resistlessly Im agine n clergyman now to put a veto upon the manifold social und secular work that shelters itself today in the churches Ho would find that there ia a power not him self that makes for it That is only an instance of the tides that lie and fail ultout him without hits vo lition liollo Outkn in Century PLACES TO AVOID Hero Are n Pew Regions In Which Life Is Not a Joy As n place of residence neither the Jtahrien islands in the Persian gull nor the city Yakutsk Siberia has much to offer in the wayof climate In IJalirion you cook nUll in Ya kuUk you freeze Jjiihricn is said to bo the hottest place in the world The thcniionictor of ion rerfuUrs between 110 and 100 decrees Jlight and dny for months at a time This rather heats Fort Yuma which is considered the hottest place in the II United States Yakutsk is called the coldest city in the world The thermometer frequently registers 73 degrees below xcro Though YnImble is the coldest city in the world Vorhoyansk in northwestern Siberia claims to Lethe coldest inhabited place on UK globe the thermometer rijristering r 1 dexnes below zero in January oliums to he thotJ jo i it t t January it is 80 above in tho shade in August during the day with a drop down to freezing every mid summer night The wottcst place in the world is Gro town Nicaragua where the annual rainfall is 260 inches The driest place in the world is probably tho rainless coast of north ern Chile They have a shower thero about once m every ten years Nothing grows on this desolate strip of barren coast and the dreary towns from which tho nitrates and the minerals mined in that region are shipped depend for their subsistence upon food brought to them in ships from the fertile strips to the north and south of the desert Northern Russia and the shores of the French Kongo are said to he tho cloudiest places in the world nnd for fog there is no region like the Grand banks the southern const of Newfoundland and tho waters of Nova Scotia- This region is one of fog for a largo part of the year and the very home of the fog is the island of Grand Hunan at the entrance of the bay of Fundy where the sailore declare the natives manufacture fog When a bank ofespecially thick fog is seen approaching over the waters the mariners turn to each other and say The Grand Manners are at work Washing ton Post Bo First and Be Prompt A North Adams mart stopped be hind a colt he was breaking to har ness and was kicked in the face to the extent of having the cheek bones fractured In this progressive ago no man should crouch at the rear endof events to see what is going on ahead He should be careful about getting in front of them too Hero Dennis said the veterinary to his Irish assistant take this tube which is filled with a throat powder Insert one end in the horses mouth and blow at the oth er Dennis thereafter writhes on the ground in contortions Why Dennis whats the matter Dennis replyu1ho louse blowed foorsht rDetroit Tribune Reassuring- I was spending u few days in Strathnvnn Scotland once said a Londoner HAt the inn where I was stopping lived an old couple who were preparing to visit the Lnited States Naturally enough they questioned me at some length about tho trip and the old gentleman was anxious to know if it was very dangerous to cross the ocean Ias sured hum that it was not at all lutz ardous although it was often very rough His sister listened intently and then remarked with n sigh of contentment Aweel awed its been a gay dry summer and I think the sea 11 no be vera deep London News Negro Owns the Jess Davis Plantation The present owner ol the Jefferson Davis plantation in Mississippi ac cording to a writer In the Augusta Chronicle is Isaiah F Montgomery a negro Referring to this owner the Chronicle says He was n brichf youthand Joseph Davis owned him Mr Davis attracted by the ooys sprightliness and good qualities hal him educated and he was a furious pet on the plantation He was always respectful grnttful and obedient as a hnmlHimn He was faithful to the persons and interests of the Davis family during the war rcrr+awrwawrworarwnwnuw DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspaper is sure to know of the wonderful by SwampRoot kidney remedy the great medi of the nine century after cf research by the eml kidney and blad specialist and wonderfully prorrptly curing lame back kidney uric acid trou bles and Brlghts which the worst errs f kidney Dr Kilmers not rec ommended for Thecares you have kid ney will be just the remedy you has been tested in so many ways work in private practice among too poor to pur chase relief and so successful in case that a arrangement has been by aders of this paper who have not may have a sample bottle sent mail also a book telling more Root and how to find out you have or bladder When writing this generous ofier in this paper send your address Dr Kilmer S Co hamton N Y made Dr liver dis years Kilmer Is Is is If liver or It found It every made It about if trouble regular fifty cent and Home of s rurn r hoar druggistsIrr SwcrnpRoot anu cares EvurtonN Y on every bottle and after it He was permitted to purchase the old plantation and no body objected He has the esteem of all Mississippians and is now worth about 300000 He is a type ot many good oldtime negroes and all white people who know him wish him well After the war we are told he tried to educate one of his sons and even sent him to Europe to study medicine and become a doctor but the project failed The son was not the equal to his once slave father Isaiah Montgomery is re spected in Mississippi and deserves to be He is a rare character and the coming generations of his race might learn valuable lessons from his virtues his patience and good sense r CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought s Bears tho- Signature of Keeping Sweet Potatoes About 70 ptrcent ot the weight of a sweet potato is a sweet liquid A large per cent of that moisture must evaporate through its coating or the potato will rot As tile liquid evap mates when the potato touch each other it causes a softening of the skin and then wet rot sits In Do not store sweet potatoes In a cellar unless it be a dry btsement above the ground Sweet potatoes should be stored in a dry room for three weeks b fore they are put away to be kept i over winter After they have undergone n sweat they can easily be kept sound by placing them in an upper I room and covering them to that the teniperatiue will rut get lower than 33 degrees They may be covered with cotton seed hulls or dry coarse rand or straw and In the spring be sweet and delicious Red ham gravy and baked sweet potatoes are more palatable than pound cake OJ FROM SOUTH AFRICA New Vay of Using Chambor lainsKCough Remedy Mr Arthur Chapman writing from Durban Natal South Africa says As a proof that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is a cure suitable for old and young I pen you time follow ing A neighbor ot mine had a child just over two months old It hada very bad cough and the parents did not know what to give it I suggest ed that it they would get a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and put sonic upon the dummy teat the baby was sucking it would no doubt cure the child This they did and brought about a quick relief and cured the baby I his remedy is for sale by all druggists m AS Popular Train A train ot thoughts will take a man for less mosey than any twin of cars ever built To catch a train of curs a man 11I115tI get up Ixfcre he is through bolt a hasty 1m ak last bm row avlngIPatch run for it From a pleasant jaunt on a train of thought u man leans lad in his easy I chair closes his eyes and In about half a second is over in Asia showing the Japanese how to run the war The beauty of it is that he can easily I get hick in time for dinner and he I always makes it a point to do so When in doubt take a train ot thought You will find it in every way superior to a box car or the blind baggage Only Makes a Bad Matter Worse Perhaps you have never thought of it but tho fact must be apparent to every one that constipation is caused by a lack of water in the sys tem and the cause drastic cathartics like the old fashioned pills only makes a bad matter worse Chamberlains Stomach and liver Tablets are much more mild and gentle in their eilect and when the proper dose is taken their action is so natural that one can hardly realize it is the eflect of a medicine Try a 2fi cent bottle of then For sale hall druggists I Can a Horse Think A horse has been exciting a great heal of attention in Germany 1311 It is not as with most thisI horses bfcnup of his beingI J 1r he i no racer but because Iof u1R clever head Hbus that Li j the horses name has HO astonished people with his wonderful tricks any memory that everybody who has seen him is asking Can a horse really think And Hans isculled thethink ing horse of Berlin Photographs have beet taken of Hans showing him iu the presence ollarte audience and engaged in the various tasks of reading front a tablet distinguishing color recognizing a person from his photograph solving nrithmeticxl puzzles and listening wile a task Is blng set him It in claimed fnrhlni that there is not the least trickery in his refits but that he has been trained much us n child would be in school Not lout ago an examination of Hans wcS held in Berlin and a commission India tug a cavalry General und other of fivers officials from the zoological gardens professors from the Veterinary College nod the Physiological Institute and two circus directors in quired into his powers and reported favorably SUNDAY SCHOOL Pastors Sunday School Institute the Great Sunday School Meeting of the Year The Thi d Ptstortl Siuly School Institute of Kentucky undet ti nl spices of the Keittnckv Sunni School Association will br hvtl tt- rotlisvtleiii j the Fr t Pthtrul Church December 5 to 6 in corn c Iou with the Annual SUIoh Schll LectureiM at the baptist IIrJoC I Semlnray Dr A II M Ktmiey oJ New York Cityone ul the must prominent Sunday Mlxoi Kctuieis and authors ol the Ivqsl lHiv rs tn lectures before the Srmnmn He willalso take a prominent part ill ln Institute All in rttrnraire nt the Institute will gtt the bent fit of these lectures The facultyof the insti tote this year will consist of the uut noted Sunday school experts in Africa In addition to Dr McKinney there will be Mr Marion Lawrence International General Secretary and the leader of the Sunday school forces of the world Dr H M Himil ofI Nashville Tenn the recognized au thority on Teacher Training in the world Dr Chas Rhoads of Philadel phia formerly General Secretary of l New Yoik State and now at the head of the Sunday school work of the M i IJ Church An exceedingly strong program has ben Hrra ldjOur Pastors Institute is now one of thee most notube institutions In i Americ Unquiries about it arecom lug to us continually even from over the sea L is boped that the pastors of Ken uckyWi + l apt rcirtte this t flrt M impn ve the Sunday fchot Is ol the State All pastors will be entertained For full prlJTIIl1IlInllother par ticulurs a Idresa 1C A Fox 19 Louis ville Trust Building ljuisville Ky Chamberlains Cough Remedy is Pleasant to Take The fittest quality of granulated loaf sugar is Uiid in the manufacture of Chamberlains Cough Iiomedy amt time roots used in its preparation give it n flavor similar to maple syrup making it quito pleasant to take Mr W L Uoderick of Poohsvillc Md in speaking of this remedy say I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy with my children lot several yours anti can truthfully say it is the best preparation of the kind I know of The children like to take it anti it has no injurious after ellect For sale by till druggists m Evidence Enough Did you say you consider Mr Smith insane asked the liwyer Yts sir I did1 replied the wit ness Upon what grounds do you bae that impression I lent him a silk umbrella and a 5 bill and he returned them brta As this testimony was unimpeHCh ed the Probate Judge could show no leniency ROUGH RIVER TELEPHOECOMPANY t INlOIUOIIATKIl ITalk being cheapnud necedsury you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phoutII and build your own lines talking distance with the whole ounl i ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to tht Rough River Telephone Company or theywill be nt the whole expense II you say so We connect with rill In dependent Companies For particu Inrs call n S T Stevens Manager Hartford Kv J Nasal Jrf nfH In all Its emcee there should lio clcuulmc- tclilys I Cretan ISnlin- clratuc1 smithes and li evils tho lijci cil iwinlirinv It cures catarrh end ilrivw nwiy n cold iu the hvuil nuicklv Cream main i1 pt seed 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tracts IN THEGREATSOUTHWEST 1Within stones throw of farms in the highest state of cultivation Iwhich are practically nianless and can be secured at one fifth to one tenth the market price price per acre of and Old State farm Write for illustrated Literature descriptive of Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma or Texas Very Low Round Trip Rates Tuesday in September and the istTo any southwestern point every IIand3rd Tuesday in October and November Geo H Lee len Ias Agent Utlo Hock Ark e tk H I McGuire 11stInsstgentClnvhtnatl 0 I l f1lU e hA Test of Love I assure you mother that I do not want to marry yet said Antoinette to ilmc OdiothI urn so happy with yourself hut should I onjoy the mac happiness the same pence and the Mime contentment when 1 change your fireside for an other 1 doubt it No no 1 have plentyof time yet i am only eight lion years of age While I am much honored by the niton ons of M le Huron de Merilliie 1 repeat that I mist refuse him h1y dear child replied Mine OilSot you should reflect that one of these days you will lose me I have been siuToring for a long time and very little would suffice to carry me off You will then find yourself without support since your dear father is gone and a husband is the natural support of u young girl when she has lost her parents Baron do Mori line is a very estimable young man You will probably nev er get such another offer lIe is enormously rich Then you know him asked An toinette with surprise Without doubt rot I have never seen him here persisted time girl No he hue never been here but I have mot him several times at the houso of Mine de Saverny where you would never accompany me tinder the pretext that she displeased you and it was Mine de Saveruy who spoke to me of the baron as a man who would be suitable for you from every point of view- I shall like Mine dc Saverny still less now exclaims the girl What business is it of hers If she is so anxious to get M de Meril luc married let her take him her self She is a widow You arc foolish ma bonne clicrio M de Morillac is twenty jive years old and Mme do Saverny is fifty She might bo his mother Hut you should not get angry One would almost think that you had some other reason than the one you give so vehemently for refusing M de Merillac Som other reason stammered Antoinette lowering her while a pretty little flush came into her checks Mine Odiot watched her smiling ly and several minutes passed in silence Antoinette took up her sewing again and being aware no doubt that her mothers eyes were fixed upon her presently rose and went over to the piano Mme Odiot stopped her as she went We will settle the matter once for all she said never to return to it The reason you refuse M de Merillac is because you dont want to marry Is it not Mais oui maman said Antoi nette in a voice that nevertheless Licked the ring of sincerity- So that no matter who else may come to me to ask your hand I tell him no and send him about hi business Oh 1 didnt say thatperhaps later when I am olderif thei- I liked him stammered the young girl muchembarrassed So be it We will talk of some thing else For instance my dear withous finished his picture He has very busy making some sketches i the woods for another one he has in view I think he is with your 5at this moment Let us go across seo himl mean my brother 5lie has not been very well of late Oh no mother my uncle is quite well again said Antoinette quickly Ah you have sonic news him Antoinette bit her lips Her an swer had slipped out too quickly The gardener told me she add ed na ol Mme Odiot pretended not to no tice her daughters embarrassment 1 Will you como with me I am going at once As he is your guardian I ought to let him know at once of your decision with regard to do Merillac for he knew all abou- hint Oh my undo knew Yes approvedYes Then Gaston knew that it was proposed I should marry this bar on i Perhaps I But ho has said nothing to mo about it I I thought you had not seen him a Oh yesthat oh no I hav not replied the turning her face away in her confusion over h little fibs with which eho was ine iporicnccd comingIhido a smile- u Js inif presence ycry necessary V j l the young glri nauca Inca she added I think that my uncle and Iycuitwlf will be able to talk more at your ease If I go away Besides my uncle will question me and I shant know how to answer him That is quite simple You will answer him just fiA you answered me Oh now mother you make me cryAnd Antoinette hurst into tearstand threw herself upon her ersneckWhy do you cry inn mignonne There is surely no causo for t arsIin our conversation At this moment ti servant girl enItered the room and announced that the Baron dc Merillac and his son were waiting outside Ie Baron de Merillac and his dsonThen she withdrew Antoinette hurriedly mode up her mind to conceal herself when there appear ed upon the threshold of the room her uncle and Gaston She stood gaping at them without moving andI examined them What doea this mean she stam mered turning toward her mother Ask your uncle and Gas im him self replied Mme Odiot It weans said M Lambert very seriously that I come as your guardian to ask for you in marriage to the Baron de Morillac Butthe announcement just made by Justine interrupted An toinette who could not Understand why the baron and his father did not make their appearance and wh her uncle made this request whenE they were evidently both waiting in the next room Her interrogating glances passed from her mother to M Lambert and Gaston Hit latter of whom appeared a little disturbed and nervous in spite of his smiling face An toinette hind dried her tears but her eyes were still red and swollen from cryingIGaston noticed this You have been crying Antoinette he asked her while M Lam bert and Mme Odiot stoodapart and conversed in low tones Ves she replied to her cousins question Why I cannot tell you Oh was all he said Well Antoinette interrupted M Lambert you have given me no answer Mother has already spoken to me about this gentleman uncle and and And questioned Gastons fa therAnd continued Antoinette playing nervously with a skein of woolshe held in her hands Well insisted M Lambert Is it difficult to savr Gaston madea in the direc tion of the young girl as though to encourage her Toll them mother what Ian swered you murmured the poor girl Gastons attitude was torture to her Well began Mine Odiot ex broths er my get married towardfNot even with me he asked with a tremhlingoice With you cried the young girl blushing and growing pale by turns Yes with ne for I love you Do YOU not know it Mna youre ing at all of them in turn It is easy to explain said Gaston I thought I had guessed Your love for me and I told my father confessing my love for you at tho mothertover wee if your loco was strong enough to resist a rich and titled lover Oh Gaston And you have fall en trapYescousine for I too wanted to feel quite sure that I was being loved for myself alone Now I know and can no longer doubt can I You Mill bo mv wife wont you intert without giving her daughter tim t reply and having hard work hersel- to keep a serious face Yes I have mother I cried An simplicityAhi Thank you my darling little cousin I exclaimed Gaston mad with Joy The young girl had flung herself upon her mothers neck and em hearte mur mured in her car as she kissed her askedzOh no chero petite mere I am laughing now And turning her radiant face to- wardI her uncle gad cousin she i IALIS stops falling hair and makes hair grow1t1rJld mfflrSo asri0LTT iinLCZt placed her hand in that of Gaston I and allowed him to draw her to his shoulder in a warm embraceFrom he French 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least ne dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in atlof its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now know to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system there destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they ofler One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address- F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation OA8VXWOBXABean thetheKind You Have Always Bought Signature Jof i Greeks as Astronomers Harpers Magazine Two examples of remarkable measurement made by the astronomers of the Alexandrian epoch must be cited Both were made by the famous Aex andrianKratosthenst One consisted- of the accurate measurment of the obliquity of the ecliptic that Is to say of the angular tip of the earths axes the other of which mention ham already been made was the relatively accurate determination of the actual sIze of the earth Both these measurements were made with the aid ot the same simple instrument This instrument was nothing more complex than a prepeudicular post attached to a scale for measuring the angle of its shadow The instrument was called an ormilllary sphere I introduced no new principle having been used from the earliest time by the Egyptian astronomers Eratosthense prefected it as to derail In determin- Ing the obliquity oftheecllptlche measured the suns angular height on the day of the winter solstic and again six months later on the day of summer solstice Half the difference be tween thtse angles gives the angles ol the ecliptic This is readily compre hensible and indeed involved no new idea as a similar measurement had been made in a cruder way many times before but the measurement of the earth although almost equally simple in principle and practice was e stroke of inventive genius as anyone must admit who will reflect that the known habitable world at that time comprised but a tiny fraction of the earths surface The principle which Eratosthenee hit upon was to measure of the earthp circumference It being of course assumed that the earth is round- Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are becoming a favorite for stomach troubles and constipation For sale by all druggists OASPORABear theihaKind You Haw Always Bought Signature rt tTo California- Via scenic Colorado or true south ern Route Daily through Pullman standard sleeping cars St Louis t San Francisco via the Missouri pacific Ry and scenic Colorado Elegant tourist sleeping car servives ev Stfstandard sleeping cars St Louis to Los Angeles Cal via Iron Mountains route to true southern route New tourist sleeping car excursions via Iron Mountains route and El Paso leave St Louis every Tuesday and Saturday The service and equip ment is strictly uptodate Round- trip and low rate one way tickets are on sale via Iron Mountains or Mis sours Pacific Ry for all principal points in the east From berth reser 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6Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Court liegltiH on tho third Monday In April July October and January Court of Claims Convenes first Monday In Jai nary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other OfficertlJ II Wood Surveyor Ccralvo Prank Iowe Assessor Ilvda Jutnos UeWeese School Superintendent Hartford lien L Davie Coroner Sulphur Springs iAatlcea CotU P Hudson Beaver DamlFebruary 16 May 18 August 11 November 30 OeoW Martin llalietowri February 12 M a y 14 August SO November 12ITuoM Graham 3 August ixJ November 13lT A Kvans Fordev August 27 November C J A lllcks lluford February 7 May 9 August 12 November 7- w A Hone Ccntertown February 9 May 11 August 21 November tt D J Wilcox Uockport February 20 May C August 25 November II Rartfo = icleCourt Jab U Wilson Judge C K Smith City Attorney S 1 Ilarnctt Marshal Court con tvexes second Monday In eachuiout- uISeHgioiAO Cervices M E Church SouthServices third Sunday in each month at 11 am and 7 p mand second wedneae day evening Itov WTMlltcr 1astor- Iluptlst Church Servlies held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Ira er meeting every Thursday evening Itev J U lIurDottlIlLHtorC i Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m tri 7 p m Itov J D liar ned pastor School Trustees Hartford Jas P Miller J Glenn S T Stevens U M Mocker J H D Carson Jon C Illley Town Trustees Hownn llolbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W S Tlusley A C Taylor Cocrot Csciotiec A O U W nif ts first and third Friday ulghts In each mouth Hartford Lodge No 075 F S A Masons first Monday night In each mouth Hough ItiveriodreNoI10Knigltteol 1ythla meets every Tuesday night 1rcston Morton Post No d 0 A IL hold res ular meetings Saturday before first Sunday In each i month 1 Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah ttheDOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING CARS Meals ala Cirio ELECTRIC LlGH I ED TRAINS IRON MOUNrAlt ROUT- Er MEfimoBifeffirmim m AnJ Pont t3 ttZf f2AiC9C- ast1 CvtrO rZI r1NH1 rru Ct H i IMIFG C4ct t nln Ii b Cate EUTCTrW LIGHTED THAN5 fw fiiijf Irforrajlljn JUurlltlRg Mallsr lie Uinu R T Gr MATTHEWS Trm Igl Room 202 L ii jSl YdyqLiSlbli KY 4 TOWcUKNJ C P 4T AC VT tout i t7 SXWOBXA Bear thetheKind You Have Always Bought tigaattreof I Uct11 Ti Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER n ffiQYS WORK CONFERENCE tond Annual Meeting Will Be- Held at Shelbyville During Thanksgiving Holidays I The Second Annual Boys Confer ence of the Kentucky Young Mens Itristian Association will be held in ifcelby vllle on the Friday Saturday nod Sunday following Thanks jarring November 25th to 27th 5zs gathering is practically a State Convention for the discussion if boys work and is conducted by Lee State Executive Committee in re OTonse to a wide spread and rapidly growing conviction that this phase of Association work largely involves the pjrruanence and efficiency of the ratrrementShelbyvllle is well located with xrence to securing a large attend ee of bays being about the geog sj hical center of Association work is the State The Conference wil jpen on Friday afternoon with a ban pet provided and served by the JnJies committee of the Shelbyville issociation In addition to the in x rational themes to be treated jractlcal phases of boys work will be liken up and discussed by the boys iA i selves an effort being made to 3Iace upon them the responsibility tr the conduct of the work for theater leliow There will bs present a number of specialists in boys work who will participate in the Conference some t these bring E M Robinson Boys- York Secretary International Com mittee NLW York M D Crackel tiretary West Side Boys Club VeveHnd IL E Montague Boys rk Director Louisville Association buac auJ other prominent Assccia icn leaders will contribute to the access of the gathering The bojs orchestra of the Louisville As = ocla ren composed of sixteen musicians irJ furnish the music for the Con l enc Attendance will be limited to boys ira the Associations of the State neh city and railroad Association rs1 each county organization being sowed ten delegates A rate of one nd onethird fare for the round trip iis been granted by the railroadsand five entertainment will be provided b all delegates- onaing s it does during the riinkagiving holidays when there tU be little or no conflict with at rncince at school the Conference xL without doubt be largely at uJtfu Furthtr information can be reared from any Association Secreta r r hy writing to B W Godfrey 7 rtment Secretary State Commit s laird and Broadway Louisville Tho Best Liniment Chamberlains Pain Balm is con red the best liniment on the- wlElt write Post Bliss of GcorI 5 Vt No other liniment 1tJr brow so promptly No oth r sllbuis such quick relief from 2i eu malic pains No other is so val uable for deepseated pains in the jiMt Give this liniment a trial and jiwome acquainted with its remarka rv qualities and you will never wish A be without it For sale by all irrggists m 17 dtr3TORIAS-dcr tboThe Kind You Have Always Bought sutaror rIifl RENDER Sov SAndrew Mercer went to Central City one day last week Miss Pearle Tinsley who has been attending school at Waltons Creek Ir toe guest of her parents Mr and 4r3 Gee Tinsley Jas Cargal of Jasonvllle id was iiS guest of his mother Mrs Mary a Cargal last week Urj A V Bennettof Beaver Dam ass here shopping one day last week Situ Jones of Lonisvllle was in f ii city Friday i Messrs Eugene Carttr and Will 7ry of Beaver Dam were here last Way I Jl sses Whalon of Prentis was i Urre last ITrlduvIi 3 iati was here lost Friday Police Judge Francis was in Hart itf3 Irlday- J M Bryant of Owensboro was iTC list Saturday OlLii Miller of Taylor Mines was Icxit Saturday lsR sidle Cjbbe returned to her home In Sacramento last Saturday Alter visiting her cousin Mrs 0 W Harris for the pant six months Ernet Diy of Whltesvllle wns the guest ol Prof V M Moseley lAst weekMr and Mrs Jonhn Jennings of Mortons Gap returned home last Saturday niter visiting their sou Sam lor the past three weeks x Mr and Mrs James Hines of the Little Bend visited here last Satur day GUMS Wilson of Central City was here Sunday Scott Smith was in Beda last Satur dayM L Heavrin E M Woodward C E Smith and J G Keown of Hartford were here last Saturday night Messrs Heavrin and Smith addressed the voters instead of Col C M Barnett who was unable to at tendMr and Mrs W S Hill ofCeralvo were the guests of Mr and Mrs Gco Tlnsley last Saturday Jas Cates of Central Citywas here last Sunday Miss Ida Shroder of Rosine Is visiting here Otto Jahn returned home last Sat urday from Stanton 111 where be had been for the past five months Byron Petty Is all smiles Its a girlMessrs H A and B F Garrett who have been sick for the past two months with typhoid fever are out again Mrs Joe lames is able to be up again after a two weeks spell of sick nessThe mines here at Render would be on a standstill if the railroad could not bring water to furnish steam It requires two tanks a day P J Quinton of Paducah was here on business today According this fine day we ought to have a grand Republican majority All the mines are idle today on ac count of the election Dr J S Smith of McHenry went to Louisville Sunday and returned yesterday Dr Smith is a good Re publican of the old school Messrs Morton McDowell and Nicholas Barrass of Taylor Mines were here today Prof V M Moseley went to Hart ford last Saturday r w SMALLHOUS Nov 9 Mr and Mrs George Dennis attended the burial of Mr Rodborn Danks of Nelson Creek last FridayMr W H Burch of Breckenridge county has recently purchased a house and lot from Mr Alva Callo way and will move to same in the near future Mr William Withrow has moved to the farm of Mr James Withrow Mr Withrow nnd family have moved to Drdkebno Mr T L Withrow and family have moved from our midst to Central CityRev G H Liwrerce has returned from Breckenridge where he has ben engaged in a protraeted meeting and is holding a series of meetings at Prospect church near Greenville Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter and daughter Miss Ethel have returned from a visit to Utica Mrs Mattie Drake and Mrs Ida Addington went to Hartford Thurs day and were the guests of Mrs Joe Robertson and family while there Mrs Sam Morton and son have returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs T R Barnard Livermore Mrs Ida Barnard and little daugh ters Mary and Ethel are the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Sam Morton at this writing Several of our young people are at tending the protractid meeting at Centertown this week Miss Arah Withrow is the guest of her cousin Mr T L Withrow and family Central City Mrs Jennie Balls and son Master Otha have returned from a few weeks visit to her daughter Mrs Bud Bullock near South Carrollton Miss Sophia Balls has returned from a visit to relatives at Ceralvo and RockportMr Seaton and wife of Rock vale and Mr Henry Overton of Hardinshurg were the guests of Mr Charlie Overton Sunday Mrs Slayton of Nelson Station was the guest of her daughter Mrs George Dennis last week Mrs W L Howell of Island was the guest of her daughter Mrs John Barnard last week Mr Jim Oldham of Grayson county I and Mr Moxley Shrove was lu I his vicinity on business recently Mr Mayworth Barnard and family recentl No Creek visited in this vicinity Mr Alva Calloway and family at tended church at Centertown laU SundayMaster Guy Bernard is still on the sick list Mr Orlando Cox made a business trip to McHenry Wednesday- Mr R D Hunter went to Rock port Saturday Mr Berry Taylor of near Liberty church spent Saturday the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs P B Tay lorMr Alva Calloway went to Beds and returned Saturday He too a load of corn for Mr R P Bennett Mr and Mrs Seth Hunter were the guests of their sister Mrs P L Wood Ceralvo last Sunday Mrs Jim Eades and daughter Miss Ruth Muhlenburg county were the guests of Miss Maggie Hunter Satur day night enroute to Centertown Orders of Ohio County Court Special term October 7thY I j Moseley was appointed and qualified as administrator of Nancy Pate de ceasedSpecial term October 14thJeseIR Hoover was granted censeSpecial term October igthJ A Bellnmy was appointed and qualified as administrator of William T Bella my deceased Special term October 2tatIsinc- Oser was granted license to peddle merchandise in the county Special term October 22ndE K Durbin was appointed and qualified as guardian of Caroline Durbin Special term October 25th J I Sinnett was appointed road overseer Instead of Sanford Greer Special term October 29thE M Lee was appointed and qualified as administrator of T W Ies deceased Martha Lee qualified as guardhnIof Eunice L e- Special term November Maiden qualified as administrator of B L Maiden deceased Special term November 5thH II Morgan qualified as deputy assessor Regular term November 7thH- F Smith and others motion for new roadreport of viewers filed and continued for exceptions- R H Rains and others motion for liquor election in Rosine precinct election ordered for December 12th Martha S Ward guardian of Stella Wardsettlement ordered to record William Ilks guardian of Tula and Fannie Wllks settlement order ed to record- C C Dennis administrator of Al berttna Wilson settlement ordered to record J B Tichenor administrator of Mary E Tichenorruled to execute new bond as administrator and to supply a copy of appraisement and sale bill and the action is continued for exceptions F T and W H Williams admin latrators of Jesse S Williams decease edappraisement continued for ex ceptionsAnn guardian of R P Cox settlement continued for excep tions Elvira Bellamy was appointed and qualified as guardian of Sherman and John J Bellamy Catarrh and Hay Fever Liquid Cream Balm is becoming quite as popular in many localities as Elys Cream Balm solid It is pre pared for use in atomizers and is highly prized by those who have been accustomed to call up physicians for such a treatment Many physicians are using and prescribing it All the medicinal properties of the celebrated Cream Balm are continued in the Liquid form which is 75cts includ ing a spraying tube All druggists or mail Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York r The Christmas Delineator The December Delineator with its message of good cheer and helpful ness will be welcomed in every home The fashion pages are unu sually attractive illustrating and de scribing the very latest modes in a way to make their construction dur ing the busy festive season a pleasure instead of a task and the literary nnd pictorial features are of rare excel lence A selection of Love Songs from the Wagner Operas rendered into English by Richard de Gallienne and beautifully Illustrated in colors by J C Leyendecker occupies a prominent place and a chapter in the Composers Series relating the Ro mance of Wagner and Cosima is an interesting supplement to the lyricsI A very clever paper entitled The Court Circles of the Republic describes I some unique phases of Wnsh i ington social life is from nt nnuamedi contributor who is said to write from the Inner circles of society There are short stories from the pens of F Hopkinson Smith Robert Grant I Alice Brown Mary Stewart Cutting and Elmore Elliott Peake And such Interesting writers us Julia Magruder- I Frank Baum and Grace MacGow an Cooke hold the attention ol the children Many Christmas sugges gesiops are given in needlework and I the Cookery pagesare redolent of the Christmas feast In addition thereI are the regular departments magazine with many special articles on topics relating tot womans interests within and without the home COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE- Nov j 6Health in this communi ty Is very good Our literary society is nicely with large progressingI Rev G W Gordon has SOOUIbedwelling house almost completed- Mr T R Black and family are vis j 40 iting in Ovvenshoro Mrs C W Stevens who bias been sick for sometime is Improving tIoIly Mr L B Stevens of ShuHtown visited in this neighborhood Satur day and Sunday Mr J T Snell of nenr Ilnttford was in this community Saturday on businessThe day dinner givtn at Mr T R Blacks lust Sunday was quite a treat 1 MM I resent were Mr D L Block and daughter Miss Maude Mr Eidson and family Mr J W Cox and wife Mr H W Jackson and mother Mr S L Stev ens and family Mr C V Stevens land lamily Mr J L Allen and wife Mr Marlon Stateler Miss Sarah Plr te nnd Miss Mattie Wise All present hud an enjoyable time Coach Excursion to Worlds Fair exIcursionBeaver Dam to St Louis and return on Sunday Monday Tuesday Wesnes day nnd Thursday of each week limit to 7 clays for return except that no led will be limited later than Del- I 2nd These tickets not good in sleeping cars S B VAN MKTKU Agt F GUNS GUNSHave just received large line of Shot Guns Rifles Target Guns Ammunition Shells Etc And respectfully nsk yon to call nnd see the largest and best line of Shut Guns ever In IltHtlonl PRICES THE LOWEST CARSON BROS Grocerynien Hartford Ky hU u O + 0 118mtlo pJSioj1 1 Our buyer has lint rotunud Prone nuotlur visit to 1f Fashions liitulquartors Tin1 seasons choicist creations in Milliiury Dress anti Waist Material or ilk1oul and Cotton IJroun leadyinade Skirts Brown Materials Jiut i full Suits Manish Suitings in all the newest elleets are t now on sale and they are marvelously low priced Ladies Fashionable Outer Garments It ian established filet among fashionable dressers i that 10 P Barnes al lroshovs by far tIll most compre hell il Pine of Ladies lltnl Childrens Wraps and Furs Many new garments put on sale this week and j right up to the minute in style fortH and finish 4 Knit Underwear Department f fclildrew unequaled for Fmrdurahlity and lit In Wool Wool and Cotton enl i all Cotton Sio our rc mukn hip showing of- UllderVear belbrebuy l leg 1 our i winter supply Childrens Vest and Pants in Y medium weight Cotton each 25e Ladies and Pants in Gray Mixed and Cream itVest 25c Boys Shirts and Drawers in fleeced each 25c Misses and Chil Gray Cotton Union Suits each 25c liens heavy Cotton Shirts and Drawers fleeced big E values each 50c Ladies heavy weight fleeced in Maco and Sea Island Cotton Vests and Pants each 50c La dies Heavy Gray Cotton Union Suits Oneita Brand each 50c Ladies and Gents Wool Vests and Pants at 125 150 each t Trunks Suit Cases and Telescopes At prices that dont tell their worth We make a specialty o thigh grade Trunks and fc Suit Cases We can sell I you a Trunk t from 125 each tgR 810 11 each We can sell you a Suit Case at 150 2 350 4 ins 8 eChjL Also all sixes in Telescopes t l Bring us your Corn Potatoes Onions Apples and fgood country produce and get its value in iwearing apparel You are compelled to have to moet 1 the requirements of the season E iiii BAJRNES db BBC E- DHr rtrH rH rr7HrKrMrlYK 1 rYmmm o BOSW r WORLDS FAIR IOU1i NATURAL GATEWAY TO AITIColANDTIIK Louisana Purchase Exposition ENTIRE NEW IHailroad WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Sleeping High Back Seats- Complete Illustrated Folder of the Worlds Fair fur nished free on application Send 1 Oc Silver for copy of the Worlds Fair March Iitr ratiH tliin of IrnliiH Sliipliiff Iar Itrcor vutloiiH etc rail III Tlrkct Agent nr ml hIrnrr0Uiuliiimtl OMo or It HIIUOXt i- lmiUvlllKv Worlds Pair Short vine SOUTHERN RBILWBY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastest and Bost to tho WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules Leave Louisville ShOO u m daily Arrive St Lutiirf 500 p in daily Solid train of veutibnlcd concliM sleepers mud Southern Railway Stan lard Dining Car through without chargeLeave Louisville 1015 p m daily Arrive St Louis 7J a m daily Solid train of veEtibnled free rev clueing chair cars and sleepers No change of curs cnroiitc All trains make elope connection in Union Station in St Louis with Wiilwgh Suburban service direct to the Worlds Pair Grounds Round Trip Excursion Rates from Louisville Ky SUJ good returning until Dec 1tn04 S11II sixty daysr810 good returning 15 days Si Coach excursion tickets on sale every Sunday to Thursday inclusive during October and November Good seven days P K CAIW li= eager and Ticket Agent Louisville Ky A 1 Chore Depot Ticket Agent Louisville Ky C 11 IIiNuritrcmn District Passenger Agent l3l Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G H Artiv Assihtant General Passenger Agent St Louie Mo t- iRn1 ESTATE135 acres 4 miles north of Hartford in good state of cultivation 85000 120 acres near Rockport in good condition good build ings 120000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres ibottom land balance good upland rood houses good barns 65000 40 acres 3H miles from Sul AI phur Springs 32500 145 acres 2M miles west of Hartford fine land good improvements 3oDooo A house and 2 acres of ground 1323 acres land 3 miles trout riartford Part ot the Crowe Taylor farm two horses suf ficient timber to keep the farm 700 60 acres 5 miles from Hartford on Hardinsburg road good horse barnes and orchid nnd good water 20 acres in woods 200 pt adjoining Hartford 375oo 83 acres fine Muddy creek bottom land good build Ings 15 acres hill land 166000 305 acres fine Rough river bottom land near Hartford in fine state ofcul tivation cheap 188 acres near Ceral vo 26 acres at Centertown All the above lands are bargains Titles abstracted S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KYi