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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t Itxrtf rbUqub1kanFin- e It i h hm n hn Job Work a Specialty II IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription I a Year nu VTOL XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 1904 No 18 M t rl r rkia EMUBERI A Negro Supposed to Have Had Money Killed +Suspicion Points to a Traveling Negro DoctorFordsvllle People Aroused Noble Poole a negro was foun dead at his home In Fordsvill- Sunday his skull crushed He ha been dent several days and the body had begun to decompose Beside him lay a carpenttrs hammer evidently the article with which he had been murdtred The negro lived alone and it was only by accident tha his body was found even as tarly a fIt was the house being at the edge town at n place where thers was but little passing Ioole was abut fifty years old nnd one of the must highly respected ne gross In Ohio county lie had lived an Industrous life and was supposed to have anmtsed a considerable sum of money There Is no absolute knowledge that he had money In the house further than that dur lug a good many years of his Hf made considerable money and had so far as id known spent very little ol It He would never deposit his pam Ings In bunk and his white friends often remonstrated agulnst the foolsh ness of keeping large sums of money about his house He was a quietly disposed negro and nobody in Kordsvillc saw much of him except those with whom he had business Recently he had not been very active and had kept clos to his home On election day it was noticed that he did not come to the polls to vote and some remarks were made about It It WAS regarded however as one ol his peculiarities- And no Investigation was made None remembers to have seen him at any time after the election and it is generally believed that he must hav been murdered not later than Tuesday morning The body was fund Sunday by persons who went to his house to see him about some matter other wise the body might have remained undiscovered for weeks Some weeks ago a traveling negr doctor carte to 1ordsvllle and after being In town a day or two made Pools house his stopping place He came and went for some time but has not ben seen for several days Suspicion attaches to him ond all at tempts to locate him since the murder was discovered has proved futile t His name Is not known and It Is Vloubtfnl if a sufficiently definite des cription on be given oi him by those who saw him about town to secure apprehensionWhether the murderer secured any money is not known A dellgent search was instituted Sunday and dis closes the fact that there is not now any money in the house If Poole really kept his money there the mur derer doubtless got possession of it There is considerable doubt however as to whether IS was not secreted in some other place Be that as it may it is practically certain that the aole motive of the murder was robbery So tar as is known he had not a single enemyA inquest was held Mon day morning and a verdict returned that the negro was murdered by an unknown party The Governor has been appealed to to offer a reward for the arrest of the murderer This reward if offered will be supplemented by the citizens of Fodsvlle- CENtERTOWN Nov I5Mrs L P Drake has re turned from a slsit to her parents in Mead county Jessie Hill and Myrtle Reneer visited friends near Beda last Sunday- E H James went to Hartford Mon dayEarl Davis made a fisting trip to CaBman Monday Robert James Livermore visited his family here last Sunday Earl and Bessie Carter have recov ered from their scarlet fever sickness but Madge Phipps Is yet confined to her bed with fever W A Tichenor left Monday icr Livermore where he expects to erect a new dtvtlHng house fur himself J D Bell Sr Matanas was bier this weekon business- W F Schapmire Hartford was In our town Tuesday on business H H D vis is at home this week on account of scarlet lever in his school at Coflman andeweekdwas LIVERMORE MERCHANT Leaves His Business And His As tsociates do Not Know His Whereabouts Livermore Ky Nov 12Mr J S Duvtll of the firm ol J S Duvall Co has left lor parts unknown He left here on Monday October 31 shying he vaa going to attend the St Lous + ir and left here with the Intention of not returning and up to this tune ling not been heard from The other members of the firm Maded ox of McHenrv Ky have been here for a taw days checking up ills books and have decided to wind up the old firms business and with that in view they will begin taking an In vtutory ol the stock Monday The business will be continued under the firm name of S J Tichenor Co BUFORD Nov t6Our election went off theemain rote which carried by a large rnnjorlty Miss Sue Newton of Cloverport is visiting relatives In this community Uncle Berry Vell of Whitesville Is visiting Mrs Fannie Cox and attending the protracted meeting here Our meeting is still getting on Lordseblessings while others have joined by letterMrs Ben Newton Is on the sick listMiss Debbie King daughter of Mr Ztch King died Sunday morning and RunoDebhle was a good girl she had been in bad health for over a year She has gone where there is no more suffering sorrow nor pain where all true Christians yo Mrs Mattie Turner returned home last wrek after several weeks stay with Mrs I S Mason of Fordsville Mr Charlie Turner and family of Hnrtford attended churcli here Sun day Mr John Blair was taken very ill at church Sunday night but is much better at this time Mrs Dodson and daughter Miss Alice of Masonvllle returned home Sunday after A two weeks visit to her daughter Mrs S J Hussey Prof I S Mason was here yester dayRoosevelt is President again Hurrah for the Republican party I Notice in Bankruptcy- In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro Division In the matter oi Edward ATilford bankrupt in bankruptcy- To the creditors of Edward A TIl Lord of Beaver Dam in the county of ioandDistrictaforesaidbankruptNotice 15th day of November A D 1904 the said Tllford was duly adjudicated bunkrupt and that the first race ting of creditors will bs held at the laV of fice of J A Deanin Owetfrboro Ky on the 26th day of November A D 1904 at 2 oclock P M at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt and ransact such other business as may properly come beige said meetingJ DEAN Referee in Bankruptcy November 1G 1904 DeWitts WJ II Salve For PiioSf Burnsj Sores BABY MURDERED And Buried in Garden Near Addi son Found by Children Playing in Straw Cloverport Ky Nov z6There hail been no little excitement at Add son the past week over the discovery of the body of an Infant buried in the garden at the home of Cy Merritt who is a tenant on the John Burks farm near Addison TIe skull of the Infant was crushed apparently by a blow with some kind of a blunt instru ment A physician of this city who exam Ined the remains of the infant states that it was undoubtedly born alive and that it had been buried about five or six days The body of the infant was found by some children When discovered a strip ol cloth was wrapped around- It The infant wes found in a small excavationabout a foot in depth and near a pile of straw The children who found it were raking up the scattered straw in the garden for the purpose ot burning it Some straw had been thrown into the exca vation with the loose earth and the loosening of thestraw by the children led to the discovery It is evident that the infant was burled at night and in the dark the straw was mix ed with the loose earth through mis takeUp until yesterday no arrest ha been made In the affair It is under stood that an effort is being made in a quiet manner to find the guilty parties y GENERAL INTELLIGENCE A storm swept the Atlantic coast Sunday causing the prostration ofall electric wires for several hours in many ol the coast cities A snow storm raged throughout Hast Ten nessee Virginia the Carolinas and GeorgiaA train with i 210 passengers on board was wrecked in the outskirts on North St Louis Sunday by the wheels of the tender jumping the rails Fourteen persons were injured two trainmen probably fatally The ballot boxes used in the Dem ocratic primary election in Barren county Saturday were stolen from the courthouse ntiGlasgpw early Tuesday morning by a gang of men broken Into and the ballots mutilatedand scattered over the town The grand jury is Investigating the robbery- In a case from the Hickman Circuit court the Court of Appeals Tnesday decided that where a County Clerk gives a certificate of acknowledge ment to a deed to property and the deed be incorrect he is responsi ble and the amount Involved can be recovered from him or his bondsmen A dispatch from the Japanese head quarters before Port Arthur says the Japanese troops gained the moats of the principal torts assailed on October 30 and captured the galleries run ning north of the Keekwan forts They are now sapping to dislodge the Russians from parts of the moats which are still being held The Japan se casualties in the general attack of October 30 are said to have been 1000Commissioner of Pensions Ware tendered his resignation to the Presi dent and it was accepted to take effect January i In arguing the Berea college indict ment at Nicholasvllle on demurrer the Hon John G Carlisle attacked the constitutionality of the Day Law on the ground that it was in conflict with the fourteenth amendment of the Constitution of the United States The case will come up at the Februrary term of court A committee representing Louis ville business Interests will call on Gov Beckham this week to urge a special session of the Legislature to consider a new capitol sight A Washington special to a Chicago paper says that Senator Fairbanks will tender his resignation to Governor Hanley niter the btcr Is Innugu rated to take effect on March 4 It is generally understood that Senator Fairbanks is in favor of Congressman Hemenway for the succession Mr Fairbanks left Indianapolis last night to vslt the Worlds Fair as the guest of President Francis He will go East the latter part of the week The test flight of the Franco s air ship at the Worlds Fair aeronautic concourse was not a success the ma chine meeting with an accident after It had been in the air several minutes Another flight is scheduled today weather permitting Col W C P Breckinridge the well known attorney and editor of Lexington was stricken with paraly sis while seated at his desk in his of fice Wednesday morning It Is not thought that he is in immediate dan ger though his condition is seri ousSeveral hundred representative men of both the Republican and Democrat- Ic parties tendered reception to Sen ator Charles Fairbanks the Vice President elect at the Commercial Club in Indianapolis Wednesday night The Hon John W Kern pre sided and addresses were made by several of those peesent Circuit Court The regular November term of the Ohio Circuit Court begins next Monday November 21st with the following criminal docket ronsrstlng of forty eight cases for trial FIRST DAY 3761 Comth vs Rudy Jane 3762 Comth va Same 3865 Comth vs Willie Walker 3866 Comth vs Sip Rhoads 3889 Comth vs James Shultz 3961 Comth va W E Russel 4018 Comth vs Dock Porter 4009 Comth vs Same 4122 Comth Vd Vermond Cooper c 4169 Comth vs J R Johnson 4171 Comth vs T Scbroader 4078 C jmth vs Will Engler 4175 Comth va P E Toll 4248 Comth vs Guinn Daugherty 4118 Comth vs Charles Robinson 4215 Comth vs Payton Sullengcr SECOND DAY 4176 Comth vs Alex Nichelson 4180 Comth vs Cassa Wilcox 4183 Comth vs Same 4191 Comth vs Mary Nabors 4192 Comth vs Bridge Duncan 4193 Comth vs Frank Tichenor 4021 Comth vs Foest Chinn 4196 Comth vs Henry Blackburn 42 1 Comth vs Orbry House 422 Comth vd Same 4204 Comth vs Buzz Hatmnons 4205 Comth vrf Same 42 9 Comth vs S B Gentry 4228 Comth vs Jack Smith 4249 Comth vs Guinn Daugherty 4243 Comth va R L Boyd 4244 Comth vs Same 4245 Comth vs Same THIRD DAY 4241 Comth va Ben Butram 4233 Comth vs Garfield Maiden 4235 Comth vs James Burden 4236 Comth vs Cicero Smith 4237 Comth vs Same 4238 Comth vs Same 4239 Comth vs William Reddish 4240 Comth vs Cicero Rldons 4242 Comth vs Marion Hatler 4246 Comth V3 Annie Bryant 4247 Comth vs Cleveland Hatler 4251 Comth vs Thomas Grant 4253 Comth vs John Foster 4252 Comth vs Mattie Adkins CATC = 11L- liere thelht Kind You Havi Always Bwfift Olaaittareof Galloway Wins In the Circuit Judgeship contest in the Bowling Green district the Court oi Appeals reversed the decision of Spe cial Jndge Osborne and ordered the petition of B W Bradburn to he dis missed The contest was filed by Bradburn on the grounds of fraud The Appellate Court holds that cer tain ballots had been tampered with after the election officers had certified to the returns which gave a ma jority for Galloway and should have been admitted as evidence by the lower court A V Early Risers Tho famous little plltet I THE OF EXu SIMINISTER TO ENGLAND Commends Peruna to All Catarrh Sufferers WlJ Hon Louis K Johnson Is tho son of the late Rovcrdy Johnson who was United States Senator from Maryland also Attorney General under President Johnson and United States Minister to England and who was regarded as tho greatest constitutional lawyer that over lived saysNomyfriendsall persons suffering with this distressing disorder of the human system Louis E Johnson Catarrh Poisons Catarrh Is capablo of changing all tho Ufcpiving secretions of tho body Into scalding fluids which destroy and in flame every part they como In contact with Applications to the places affect ed by catarrh can do little good save to soothe or quiet disagreeable symptoms Hence It is that gargles sprays atom izors and inhalants only servo as temporary relief There 1s but ono remedy that has the desired effect and that remedy Is PC runa This remedy strikes at once to tho roots of catarrh by restoring to the capillary vessels their healthy elasticity Peruna is not a temporary pal Native but a radical cure Send for Dr Hartuiaus latest books soot free for a short time Address rho Peruna Drug Manufacturing Co Co lwu bus Ohio THE REPUBLCAN g 1 Per Year in Advance The Blown Mercantile Cos New Drug Store Specials Dr Gross Neuralgia Pills 15c per box DoocTs Kidney Pills 25c per box Dentomint Tooth Paste 25e Cascarets lOc per box Fountain Syringes75e to 100 Household Syringes 50c Talcum Powder 25c Face Powders 5c to 25e pet box Perfumery Quadrouple Extract 40c to GOc per ounce Guitar Mandolin and Violin Strings 5c Fever Themoraeters 75c each Atomizers 50c T russes75cMentholatum Salve 25c All kinds of preparatory Medicines Pre scriptions carefully compounded from the freshest and purest Drugs day and night The Brown Mercantile Co IXCOKPOIUTK1U I McHENRY KENTUCKY w 1 r f i I ECHOES fROM THE WAR Stories of Heroism Displayed by Russians and Japs Single Gun Kept Entire Regimen- tat Bay for a Whole Day Mis Alice Brineman a Red Cross units on duty with one of the Japanese armies at the front ttlh in letter to relatives at Shenandoah Pa iow a single short gun given by a resident of Philadelphia to a Japanese officer kept three Russian regiments zt bay for a whole day while th main Japanese force was executing a flanking movement says the Philadelphia Record Miss Brineman writesThe Russians imagined they were Sghting the full strength of the Jap anese detAchment and I see by the press dispatches that their officers limed to have silenced the Japanese batteries It is possible that they do Sot yet know that the only thing they were up against was a little Philadel phia howitzer which was hurried rom point to point behind the Japanese breastworks in order to give the Russians the impression that all the Japanese batteries were still in posi ion This incident will serve to ex plain to the public why the Russian nrmy so frequently niter the officers rapott having silenced the Japanese batteries retires and retreats a long distance In nearly every case the apanese field pieces have vacated the positions which the Russians believe they have shelled effectively and are scurrying around to the Russians ight or left- During all this summers cam paign it has usually been the case that the first intimation the Russians iad of these tactics was when the roar oJ the enemys pieces was suddenly heard to the side in a goon position to cut off their retreat This expl tIns why General Zissoulitch In tvery en gagement in which his troops fought has been obliged to abandon his guns 5o the Japs as no time was left for his retreat The Russians however are now ieginoing to anticipate the favorite latical movements of the Japs and V orir to he prepared they send out scouting parties for miles They also began flinklug tactics themslves during sevelII I hs minor engece suenls taught during August The tlaa rate plans of the Japs however who executed une turning movement itftsr the other In such rapid succes lion as to bewilder the Russians in variably provtd successful Miss Brioemnn stiles that thee how Utzrof which the Japmesc male such elective me against Generaltsuu r tcht troops rice ornamented a pub ctqUiite in Philadelphia After it xqe wnwd it came into the unswu s on 1tn tfficr of the reguisr Utited S Late array v ho presented it to a j tpanose officer shout eight year- sto on tic occasion of a visit to the CJiilted Stftes This place of ordnance did duty during the American Civil war but with the new Japanese pow der It was found that the hositzu had power to throw larger projectiles than many of the more modern guns used by the Japs- The Japanese Miss Brineman writes value the howitzer very Jatyhly Their qilpment with hea py puns Is not as thorough as report d and if a Russian flEt should jwtep down the 09t of Japan it would be found that many of the principal seaports has ben denuded Jf protection in ordnance In order to apply the armies and the besiegers stPort Arthur with Implements Among the recorded deeds of hero ism accomplished In the course of Jlie RUSH Japanese war few equal In brilliant recklessness the exploits of a fourteenyear oil lad Ncholaj lnufr enrolled with the Siberian rl ysf in the field north of lAiiyang sya the New York Gl ibj The hay decorated a few days ago with n iMM cross of St Gforg by oenard Kurojjatkin in person is the nJcptod son of Lieutenant rmefli 1rtin with his l lropavfsfsti PI ihe ante his at I i isshlp was sunk in Pert Arthur liarI MS Again and again the lad has crossed ibt Japanese lints with dispatches for wsaeml Stmssd always making ocd his escape Taksn prisoner by ijftpaness reconnoitering party he anhorsed the officer in command and In sre away a l oiLlt u i lm lJ i R nrjfJ tJ 1 S iaidTh dtord + Tthek Drangbt- I A root tar hcino for II or 11ifeuo It c trd try r n niter tin had Bi nt f100 with 1tora ittsnllttnedicftio I lnbalMltS A DUNK MAKTr lMrfcorsbirc W Va If yorr liver dOt not let reg uh rays to your IrrriTiFt and BOCIHV a pnilciiiji of Thedfords JjlaeklVuitlil mid take a dose lonitfht This great family medicine frees the constipated liveraCUM a r of bile Tbtfdfordi Hlack Dranpht will cleanse the tin puritiea and utroiiathoii the kid ncvs A liver invites andebanner t ness and contucion Weak kid neys result in Uriphts ilipeaae which claims ao many victims as consumption A 2 clnt- P3Cknge of Tbfxlforda Black keptinI used Thedtords flack Draught for titer and kidney com and found nothing to excel It WILLIAM COKFMAN Mar blehead Ill THEDFORDS6lAt R4UG lit in the Russian camp after a twenty mile ride with n fractured collar bone In one of his perilous excursions in to the Japane line he unscrewed the breach block of one of the gunners of the enemy and brought it back into the Russian camp as a trophy Although the arm regulations do not allow enlistment at an earlier age than eighteen Zauefls exploits have won him full merabtrahlp in th Siberian tills A Japanese officer writing for Les lies Magazine thus describes one of the charges made by the Japanese in fantry at Nansham Suddenly we saw from where we were on n curve of the Naushau crest facing the Sinchau bIa sight which made our blood b munch in our veins it was the baUhfl g of Nippon flap ping away over where the Russian trenches were That was the signal for a general rush lorward to storm the bights There were only a few of us in our company who couldan swer the general order to rush forward and ever one of us was wounded somewhere A minute ago all about us were suppressed groans of men who were desperately wounded Thcs seemed to come from bJeatl1the hrapr of the deal bodies of our comrades Instantly as we saw our flag planted on the crest of the Ninshan the shout of the Btnzi roied over the field coming hum the throats Mud the livid itps tint would halii and voiceless within a few moments As I renclied She crest of the hill I came upn a fellow waving a flaif which was about two feet square It was all bloody lIe was standing over the prostrate b dy of a Russian who was tint yet dead This fig Mr he explained humbly to me was given me by villagers of mine I promised then I would plant it illI the enemys trenches some timeI You see sir It is bloody This Russian pointing to the stalwart fellow at his feet was the last fellow who resisted me I killed him with myl sword or at least I have pretty nearly finished him I have wiped my sword in his flag I am going to take this fig back if I am allowed to the men of my village as a me mento of the first fight I have been in A story of stay at home Japanese heroism was brought in to San Francisco the othtr day by the whaling bark California which arrived from the northern seas says a San Francis CJ dispatch Last July the Califor nia put into Hakodate after n cruise in the south seas and while there learned cf the attempt of Captain Ita ki ofa little t IS ton schooner tber Scuko Muru to blow up a RUfo altA wins ip- When the Vladivostokwarships left UKO fur the midIg the cat rim Ct r1 Jipan nt3 were I iff the i rils star Hakodate CuptalnI Itaki placed magazines filled with high explosives on either side of his schooner and left Hakodate with the intention of blowing up as many as possible of the Russian menofwar He was well out to sea before the Jap of se authorities 1anl ofhis plan of RQ a itttici vas lIt o to iiU cept him Captain Itaki reluctlantly returned He would have sacrificed himself andnil hand in hit enter pi tse if he Matt been allowed to pro ct- edagiChamberlains Stomach und Liver Tablets are becoming u favoiitu for Ktcjimicli troubles and constipation For sale by all druggists e719r XI dtIABoars thetheKind You have Always Bought Signature 1Itof Johns Ready Wit John wus driving Mr and Mrs T to the station when it was noticed that the horse would stop every now uponitWhat is the matter this morn ing John he asked Shure sorr said John the horse is a sensible craythur an Oi think that he stops now an thin to listen as to what yez are satin be hind his back sorr The truth of the matter was though that John in trying to lis ten himself neglected to pay atten tion to his business but his ready wit saved him front any reprimand on that occasion CHILDRENS DECEITS Signs of Depravity in Little Ones That Bode III for Their Future Natural depravity of the youthful mind was fully shown in a North side confectionery store when three little girls entered the shop in Indian file and make a beeline for the candy counter in the rear Their faces wore an expression of injured innocence says the Chicago Tribune Well what do you want now the old women who was proprietor of the place inquired Oh said the eldest girl barely elboweexpressly in the direction of one ol her small companions she gave you a nickle instead of a cent The old woman went bhind the counter and took out a tin box containing a num ber of coppers She petted into the box she shook it to make sure there was no nickel lurking among the other coins and then held it under the noses of the little girls exclaim lag sharply There now Do you see any nickel there Without replying the girls filed out of the shop each fAce clouded by an expression of hopeless disappoint ment You wouldnt believe it said the oldwoman bitterly I wouldnt believe it myself it I didnt stand here all day and see it with my own eyes The deceits of children arc al mrst enough to drive me crazy They look you right in the face with angel ryes and lie to ou as easily as if their tongues were Ltd Many s penny 1 lost btcauss I count not buiUve that mere babies were trying to dwindle me When I catch theta et it they run out just us those girls did with out saying anj thir That does not keep them liom coming hid here again though The boys around here nre just as badas the girls Half a dozen boys were hi here getting candy one day and they had got their candy and hadnt paid for it when a boy stuck his head in the door and shouted Say missus your sign has tumbled down His eyes bulged out as if he was scared and my heart gave such jump that I could scarcely get out to the sidewalk The sign was all right The boys left the store by a rear door while I was looking for the boy Afterwards they declared that they paid for the candy when they got it It is dreadful to think what men and women these bjys and girls will be when they grow up oAJ3 T 0IRslit Bean theilia Have Always Bought Signature ofI lHorseshoe Luck OlilniKO Clironlcle The origin of belief in horseshoe lurk is so ancient that its origin has been determined with certainty no superstition is more universal liven since horses bsgau to wear shoes those crescents of iron have been acou t t tacky emblems of all people rcs a nations that hav been acquainted with their use The Chinese for instance say they nail them up over their doors as a charm against evil spirits because of the cloes resemblance iu shape between them and the arched body of the sacred snake Nagaudra one their principal deities Ali tiu Tuiih Mahometan forlu formation on the subject and he will tell you that it la because they are Info in like u crescent the sacred em plan of Islam A Polish Jew will explain that at the Passover the blood oMi ke upon the lintel and duorpot III the man ner directed by their rital foutis the chief points ol an uich hence ob viously the value ti arch shnped tal lj metis such ns h ftvihui are The stolid mid unimaginative Russian piasunt on the other hand maintains that the luck associated with the horseshoe Is chiefly due to the material unspective of its shape iron being traditionally a charm wherewith to nullity the malevolent designs ot evil splrts and goblins Very different Is the story by which the Irishmen seeks to account for his liking for the suite talismanic sym bpi The name Ironclad or Ire landhe will tilt you originated as lollowK The whole island was once submerged In the sea out of which it rose only once in seven years and then only for u shoit time Many attempts had been malt to bat the spell and induce the country to remain perma nently above the waters but nil were vain until one day a daring ndven tuier threw a horseshoe fiom the boat on the topmost peak of Wicklow mountains just as they were distp peaiing beneath the waves Then at last was the ban removed The Emerald Isle bgan forthwith to rise from the ocean depths into which it had sunk and it has been dry land more or less ever saint In ICiighmdup to comparatively re cent times horstshots were used al not L rywhcitf ns antiwitch charms told the custom is not yet an extinct one No witch it used to be hand could enter a building over the dour ofwhIch n horseshoeor better still three hoiteshots had been fix ed prong downward The origin of tins particular belief is jeferable to the oil legion of St DunsUn This versatile Eiglish ec ulesaitic was a skilled farritr and one day while at work Ii his forge the Evil One entered in dtaguisc und and itqucbtud Diiwsai to shoe hits single hoof1lie saint although heat once ncoitnizfl his malign cus tomer acceded but caused him so much pain during the operation that atan begged him tp desist This Dustan did but only after he had made the Evil One promie that neither he nor any of the lesser spa it t IIIN sorvait would ever molest the iniiiat it a house where a horseshoe was displayed OllSTc ncADon tbothe Md Vw Have Always Boujh SIpU10cr fu The December Smart Set Tits leatue of the December smart St is U cl Ih rtlv thr novelette ClViriiu and Mia Dtuhtfr ii itiry of 14hi Mm lifj br n nfw I mleor1Iclikely to br the jKnsation of the sea I 01 Totally nrkiown this writers fijit minnsrii t WK not only tel on slight bv one ol the irost conl seivative publishing houses in Amur jcn but two new books were contracted for to form a series of three nil on the Nitional politics and sole ty centering at Washington Meanwhile the Smart Set Ins secured the first work to bt published under the name of Foxcroft Davisa story of a rematkbit man andn remarkable woman in the interesting setting of life at the Nations capital which no author hns yet known so 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tho ISignature of Ck Catalogue No 6 telling about SUrer that Finely illustrated anwtCu BRITANNIA CO JUIDIIN CONN IllQBtratloa of 710Comhlnntlon y- tti r1Lt RIPANS Tnbnlea- Diptnrs find A cold prescription For niankiiid 111111111111111111lhIIIIIIII ur nIlIr tll druggists sell tilltlll 1 PJID 9ir 1 e1 M 1IlISTTI c li SMITH BAH tTf SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW It roKii KY tsiiIArtatnv tliilririifii HloM In nil tlinriinrtM 1111HIIIIIIItliclriimi CiilliclluliH Mini tin rniitln III rlm lnnl told Itflll KBtllll IIIW SlICcllllllcH tIllcl I- nItrrnlaIN Itnlidlug FRANK Ls FELIX Attorney at Law IIAKTIOlin UY Will irnctln Ids pnilrH liui In Ohio and nd Jlllullljl ciiiiiity iiiul In Ihu Iliiirt ofspiral Criminal iirnvtliviinil Ilillcctlium n Nn flay nitlrolli tin llcrulil liiillni I h CHAS M CROWS I AWYRRHA- KTIOIM J KY Will prartliv IH profiKNluii In nil thColiitl of Ililo and iiilJnlnltiK rnnntliM Mild In tlu Imir of AppciiN Sptiliil nttiiitlon clvpn tv rrltiilnnt priirtleonnil to cullictliiimI Illlci 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AI V titr Inr-l lliviiVl r 1 Ir1 Nllllnlill hank q d flit FEMKERS BOLDEH RELIEF aryl hIlohtlIlltlfrllIlhlllhI K Dainty DesignsIN SPOONS SUGAR SHELLS BUTTER KNIVES Etc selectedinpartieuIarlydesirl1bleRemember 1847 Take no substitute Sold by leading dealers everywhere Send to the mAkera for new Plate Wears MERIDEN BoUBcrkshlre HKTruii fllIIIIfnllllllu t 0l 1 1rrLVrCS Rr+ ll F Q18 ct q Itva O OilrV 44 PartaQ18The Modern tonicn dose before each meal will make you feel strong and well PANOIA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia Catarrh of the Head Throat Stomach Bowels Liver and Kidneys La Grippe and general debility Made by the LIETCIIIIKUJ PIIAR 4 MACACo Inc For sale by fJH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 01x 10 04 o1 CI Cr3 CsQA tbSdbn Cv RLMa O dt l 4 7Yb i Ia At 4 t 1 f I + r f tit II 1t 4i cf J I t V t1 J1 a tl e rl e t tih 41 ofof fit h 01c wiTb tit v m J O t Y j EARLY MARRIAGES r Lots of Young Wedded Couples Dont Starve to Death v MrtropolltNii Miifftitlni We are used to look urave when a young matt takes a wife unto hltunell with what seems to us to b undue precipitation and If presently we PP ajoung family growing punctually 11 up around him maybe we was our heads a bit and say it WitS a pity that young Buxton did not wait until he had got a round or two farther up the ladder We say we dont like to see a likely young fellow overweighted at the start and we know ol men el hleRRjII1Jshers that oil their lives they tit Vc r did better ihnn to stagger on under their lead We say they never hud n chance to net where they belonged jjaml we lear it is going to be HO with that young Buxton Hut it Huxton has got hit start and seems to be the right S pet nml if that iltimm young Iucy teems to have some Lard tense and dm cotiHtnncy in whattver di piiM under her rib bons Iud muslin let ua nut croak unhiiy nor fi recast a lot of bny tronbls that me tnt actually ir sight Kecpinj body find ruin to Ktthrr is not quite fco dtspeintely c nullrnel a task a some t f us hour grown to think of Lots of propl dont starve to 111lthIljkOnly Icrlmpti VorsoIof it but the fact must be apparent I 1o every ono that cuiiHUpntiun isI tainted bya lack of water in the eys tent anl the cause drastic cithnrliui like the old fashioned pills only makes l a bail matter worse Chamberlains Stomach mud liver Tablets are much more mild mud gentle in their I if1tnkcnone cnn hardly realize it is the clloct of a medicine Try a 25 cent bottle of them For pale by all druggists- Our Corn Crop tlesll wYekh J- Our corn crop i r thla year if muss tltd together would cover 6 acres ol ground to the depth of nearly 1600 leet a verlibl mountain of corn ovei a thirdol a mile high If divided equally fciuonK the population of the earth it would give each person nearly two btixluN One ptirctlral result of the enormous corn croI ought to be n matiral the price of beet for home consump tin since it IB the crop on which bett cattle are chit fly td In runny harts of the West the hnrvtst hat bttn alrmdont but in Oklah nin rs pina h tnrntIl this YllIr aTC b nst fug ot their corn crap Havoiablt climate conditions produced a rcccrl 4 real itig yield In many instnrc tlfb ears nn1 talks ate of such un nsu 1 size iS to btr veritable curios ties In n field owned by Wt i Mitthpwp n farmer near the town ol Mulhiil in Inln crunty nn tlcven yearoiil hywtilIn 8 pound climbed H stAlk to n height ol four feet without it bending with him The stalk was strongly rooted and id feet bight While the growth in Oklahoma was excptional no tmvtl tr through tile West this till COllie tint to he impressed with the vastnes1 of tile corn area and the immensity of tha crop Chronic Diarrhoea Cured Mr Walter Kiclmrdsou of Trout ville Va hind an attack of diarrhoea that came near ending his life His physician lead foiled to relieve him and the disease had become chronic when he began using Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy It soon cured him and he now recommends that preparation when ever an opportunity offers For sale hf all druggists m or Cleaning the Bath Room HnriiTit weekly To clean the bath roout properly there should always be a bottle of household ammonia at hand one of 40 per cent solution of formaldehyde or other good disinfectants a couple of cloths a longhandled blush and a scrubbing brush It is also well to have a can of concentrated lye or one of the preparations like it which will cut accumulations in waste pipes Toe hand basin tub and ckst shouldroo be scoured out tech morning the drain pipes flushed twice a week with Eater to which has been added for maldehyde or the lye The former is TYPHOID GERMS The microscope shows that in the blood of every person suiTcritif from typhoid the little germs can be found ns shown above They are supposed to get into the water or milk we genus thAt one germ ill of producing about one hundred trillion germs in twen tyfour hours Thnt is why if they ever get into the water supply of a town they everybodydrinktngdisease There are exceptions however and they Ire the persons whose health U perfect whose blood is pure and liver ntthyboelypoisons Recent Chicago statistics show that otle eighth of all the deaths in the resultedfrontThe best advice we can give is to put the body into A perfectly healthy condi tion He assured that you have rich red blood and an active liver Many years ago Dr R V Pierce who is consulting surgeon to the Invalids Hotel Institute At IluiTaln N V found certain herbs and roots which when node into an alterative extract without verybestand vital organs into proper condition This seemed to him as dose to natures way of treating disease as it was possible to po lor over A thiid of A century Dr Pierces Gulden Medical Discovery has had thlJUlnclslItor offend the tnste It strengthens or IroCefMSflesh when the weight of the invalid ISIreduced below the normal Accept no substitute for Golden tIed cal Discovery Nothing else is just as good Ir Iierccs Pullets cure biliousness wrwwrrrrnw www rrI admirable f r removing stains old lepoHits hot if thtl tin very obsti nate the rmuldehjde must be left i in the basin over nicht The long handled brush trihbks the maid to satisfactolllyjAtllUlOllln hug the tub and basin wiil remove greasy deposits The nickel fittings I and wcodwotk must be wiped our the soap dishes And tooth brush rocks i washed The vs els in the hed rooms must be cltaistd in the sum manner the watt r pitchers rinsed out and tilled Irish every dry and tit slop jr1 and commodes sctHec i that I I A Japanese on the War tlunthly Revlrw of Itvvlews War is one ot the most tragic loci dents of human life as well as one 011 the most terribe scmiragcs of human society It ritsroys vast numbers of individuals who would otherwise con WOIldtIproamounts of property and treasure i which the nations engaged in that progress can 111 afford to spare But I the financial and economic loss nI dieted Is only part of the evil to bi deplored War strikes at the roots ol lintriui happiness it gHllur in itl j yiclimn 1 ng after the leAd are burlct and the wounded have returned t their homes it parses on to popula Nuns of peaceful noncombatants il I in dnninii hcd decree the burden r sncrifici whose full weight must l1i born by the armies in the field Bj making so irany widowa and orphan by depriving so many wives ot their hub undu so many children o their parents it throw the evil oI wnr into the Inture years nnd in L society which has survived the acue phases of conflict it r rluceR to an upI palling degree the reasonable expec i tation of life nod its enjoyment It is for these and like teas ors tha I hate war rind with all my heart look forward to a time when the world will be at perceoI am espe i chilly in favor of every national tflort that may be suggested or devised for avoiding international quarrels and I International strife But as yet the world ia Irtiperlectly organized Divisions I political and geographical continue to exist between race and race nation and nation country and country andthesemust be taken ac count ot It is still possible more over even to ou time forvreak na lions unable to protect their inde pendence be swallowed up through the agency of aggressive war Soma peoples as history shows us have shrunk so much from hostilities in the presence of n powerful enemy as to surrender to it their integrity as separate rationalities They have submitted to wrong and injustice throughout being either unable or unwilling to defend themselves But it Is not among such peoples and by such acts of self surrender that the Japanese are to be classed Japan did not hesitate to assume all the responsibilities of a costly a ter rible and a devastating war nor did she take up arms without fully real izing the difficulties as well as the duties which the situation imposed j upon her Herself not unused to conflict in the past she was keenly aware of the tragedlellofall the sufferings and sorrow that would result from the operation of her lorces li the field Yet she did not shrink The moral ends she had in view made it impossible for her to count the cost It was not only her rightit- was also her dutyto maintain peace justice and liberty within her own realm serve by very means avalla able her own integrity and independence as a nation And these very ends world regarding as well as self regarding will always constitute an abundant as well as a glorious jus tification of the action she took +Turkeys 3 Per Thanksgiving without a turkey does not sound pleasant but there will be many a housewife who will think twice this year before bile adds turkeys to the menu for the nntioinl holiday Already the commission men are watching the signs of the times and it is prophesied that this year will bring n higher price than fur two yearjpatt Why turley should ou In price ia cs ly explained Even now with the limited demnnl the supply of turkeys is fir from pknti ful and by Thanksgiving dr say the bhorluge will amount lo a s a ci ty The cold wet spring played havoc with the turkey cropIlnd thcie was but a small per cent of tilt large broods that lived through the riors of the colds rain t Ili other vnrd the turkey her the Thanksalving din ner will ccst in the neighborhood ut- S3 of hard tamed wajeH QUEER ALMANACS Australian Shepherds Have Odd Ways of Marking Time The boundary risers cf the great Australian sheep larches Pave each a district to lock aft r in which out must keep the wire fences in fpaii and see that the sheep come to m harm It is a hard and lonely life living as each boundary rider tree quite alone in the wilderness A writer tells of some of the cut lout ways in which these solitary men keep count ot the days One oH man who had lived in the back country for thirty years userc two jim tins And seven peLbes Om tin WITS marked This week and Ilse other J4 s week On Monday morning he would tike a pebble iron IJ4tot week and crop it into Thb week and each subsequent morning t llbls weekhad swallow td th stvD Tilt wire returned to Las week ad the old fallow It new t- hatProverbS When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairyII proverb It often vorll though no one has ever told why Vhen mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sion It is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachs Children take to it naturally because they like the tate and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectlyadapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat ment We will send you the penny J ct a sample free He sure that this picture la the form of a label U on the of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y soc and 100 all druggists another Sunday bad passed Another man had tried and failed with stveral plans At each he hit on a new idea He made a big damper cake of flour and water on Sun day night and marked it into seven sections each section I e ng a days allowance so that every time he pick ed up the damper the grocer would remind him of thedny Unfortunately one Tuesday there came n visitor with a ravenous appetite The host stinted himself that the hungry one might be satisfied with the days section But he wasnt With anxious eyes the host saw tbe knife clearing the boundry line and the hungry wen ruthljsily cawing int his almanac At last be could stand it no longer Stoptitopl he cried as he grabb ed the damper and glared at It There he said youve eaten Too day and Wenday and now yet water slice the heat o1 the mornin o Thursday Hn I wont know the day o the week 6 FROM SOUTH AFRICA Now Way of Using Chamber lainsCough Remedy Mr Arthur Chapman writing from Durban Natal South Africa says As a proof that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is a cure suitable ior old and young I pen you the follow hug A neighbor of mine had a child just over two months old It lbadn very badcough and the parents did not know what to give it I suggested that if 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 ibis remedy is for sale by all druggists m Mystery of Familiar Fruit The banana is seedless or nearly so and has been for centuries though nobody knows why It is propagated by suckers and possibly badno seeds when it was first found in 1U wild state The banana is a modified berry Cutting the fruit through the middle you will sometimes see r few little brown spots which are the rudimentary seeds Occasonally the banana does actually produce a few seedsThe pineapple Is seedless being propagated likewise from suckers and from slips The egg plant which Is s fruit botanically specking is occasionally seedless This plant is able to produce developed fruit whether the Hossom is fcrterlzsd or not Horticulturists are endeavoring at tbe sonic time to rid fruit plants o thorns Sme oranges and leamon are veer thorny for example the high priced King orange which i- the best of the mandarins It i nuely seen hop The firs trees were brought to the United States for Cochin China In Florldf Us homes have been reduced by se letting buds from the branches wit the few st thorns Thorns are nbjeci ht1Able because they purcurj the oninppfrnd lennioi s when the btuioh cs are b own about by the wind Hi forts nn being made to pet rid of llu tIll rns on lasbeiry and bHckberr plants simply fIr convenience ii picking the unit The thorns an meant by miturt to f r ttct the plant from animate Cultivators felecttho o plants which happen to b thornlts or nearly s- oChamberlains Cough Reme dy is Pleasant to Take The finest quality of granulated lout augnria uS Jcl in the manufacture of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the roots used in its preparation givo it a flavor similar to maple syrup making it quite pleasant to take Mr W L Roderickof Poolesville Md in speaking of this remedysayt I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy with my children for several years anti can truthfully eify it is the best preparation of the kind I knuw of The children like to take it and it has no injurious after effect For sale by all druggists m Coach Excursion to Worlds Fair Commencing Sept i8lh coach excursion tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to St Louis and return on Sunday Monday Tuesday Wesnes day and Thursday of each week limit ed to 7 days for return except that no ticket will be limited later than Dec 2nd These tickets not gout in sleep ing car S B VAN METKU AgtI The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in uso for oer 30 years has borne tIle signature of S and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no ono todeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What Is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation anti Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tic Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend 1HNE CASTORlttALWAYS Bears the Signature of i3 I The Kind YonlIava Always Bought Bn Use For Over 3d Years THE CCNTAUR COMPANY T7 MURRAY BTRCCT NSW YORK CITY = t nJiV r n JmZ11 C 1 II SS ej Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age Why llocnuse It euros completely nod nt once It relieves tho pang of A tiring death All cases of Hies can ho cured by n mirnlcnl operation lint you would rather have Illeu cured without the knife IIAIUIIS 1OSITIVK PILE CCIIE will do It Made only by the t Itltcuflvld Plmrnmcnl Co Inc Jour wile by tJWILLIAMS Hartford Ky r + + + +eI Photography for he AMATEURat Half Its Former Cost American j- CAMERA1 With DoubleI tCA1 Plate o QJHUI Our facilities enable us to furnish cameras of the highest grade at prices which cannot be met illustratedtcatalogue telling all about our 27 styles I and sizes Free The famous POGO BucKJEye and American Cameras Genuinely good in every detail Film or Plates as you choose Absolutely new models 4x5 POCOll AMERICAN CAMERA MFG GO I 946 St Paul St Rochester 2in N Y J 40+++++ + ++4+1toH++Jo + 1 t + + + oC + f++t4ot+r +r + FEMACURA 1 thnttMany remedies for Female Diseases are on tbo market but the only ono ling proven to bo nn nbsoluto nnd positive euro for nil forma of reinnle Trouble In 4- FBMACTTIIA A angle trial will convince than most skeptical of UH almost nil Jr- nculous curative powers Mode only by the LKITOIIIIKID 1lIAllMACAIj CO I J H WILLIAMS Hartford Kyti OoHo1otrHI + e+++ + + W + ++tuoJJt oJ + rHI- J 1 F + i r i t Hartford Republican Issued by the Hartford Inbllshlng Company INCOHtOIUVED V E HUTIIEdUor teroQII02 ES CUn brlan634oucn RWr 22 FRIDAY NOVEMBER IS- ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUOOE We ore nuthorlied to announce W 11 Taylor tai n cimdldnte for till office of Conntv fudge of Ohio county subject to the action of the Itejiuli llcnn party FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to nnnonnce C C Ttennl OM n candidate for tho olllie of llejlrwcntntlvt of Ohio county subject to the action of the Itipnli llcnn part We arc nnthorlzl1 to nnnuunce I S MASON- Its n cniKlfdiite for the nillcv of Jtcprf entntlvo of Olio county subject to the nctlon of the liemi llcnn party FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK AVe ore authorized to nnnonnce O hark lloyn nn a catidldiite for the olllce of County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to Uienctlun of till Itepnbllciiu party WenriMintliorUed toniinnnnce Vllbnrn Tin ley ns n cnntlldnto fur the uillee of County Court Clerk of Ohio County cubjict to the action of the U l ul llniu putty AVe ore nnthnrliiMl to announce Everett V Tnvlor nan candidate for the bilk a of County Court Clerk of Ohio county subject to the action of the lUpubllcnii party roil COUNTY ATTORNEY We ore authorized to announce H M Wood ward an a ranilldate for the olllc of County A t torney of Olio county subject to the action or tho Ikpublican party FOR SHERIFF We niv iiutliorlivil to unuounre 11 II Mnrtli III n tauulidotr rill the mare of Sheriff of Ohio Bounty subject to the nouns of the republican lnitye limo authorized to announce ieorn W row e of Centurtownau n inndldnto for the of nYe of Sheriff nf ohlocooaty ftalijmt to the m tine of the Itepubllcan party FoR IVIIKK- Ve ore aiitliorlieil to announce TAMFS I MOKTON Its a cUllllloIntl for the olllce of lallet of Ohio county nubject to the action of the lit publican party Vure authorized to announce OSCAUM1I KIlTnitii ciindldiitu for the olllce of Inlterol Ohio county subject to the action of the Ut pub Hun pnrty We are authorize to announce Clrll Smith ol Ilnrtletti precinct UK a canilldate for the otlioi of Jailer of Ohio counts subject to the action of the Itepubllcan party We are anthorlzpd to announce W H Ionnx a candidate for the otllce of taller of Ohlu county subject to the nctlon of the republican party We are authorized to nnnonnceTUKOAMK N ns n candidate for the oltle of laller of Ohio conn ty Rubjoct to tho action of the ICepubllcai party FOR SUltEYIR We are authorized to announce XATIIAMKI JIOXIKY IIHU candidate theolflceofSurveyoi Ohio county subject to the action of the He ubllcnn partyFOR ASSESSOR We ore authorized to announce I merry Ionej MI a candidate for the olllw of Assessor of Ohio Bounty subject to the action of the Itepubllcnt party We urn authorized to announce SAM W IKACII an u cnndldate for time ollliu of AKSPPHOI nf Ohio county subject to the action of the He iubllcnn porn FOR S II I E i I NT EN I ENT- Wo ort aiithorlrtd to niiminmt IAMKS M I vWlKSK nx candidate fur the utae of Super intfiulitit of School of Olds county subject to till action of the livpiibllrnu puny ron MAOINTRAT- We nr iintliurlztil o miiiuiiure JOHN M SHtlTJC UN M riiiiilliliitt for the otllro of MnffK trnteof the Crouiwdl ilUtrlt Niibjwt to the at tluii or the Iti in Ull nil party u MANSE HFXRY went to Europe once before n Viio was it that said the election would he a surprise Did he know He guessed well if he didnt By A review of the election returns another cause for a joyous Thanks giving will be noted IN 1808 Missiuri gave her elector al vote to the Republican candidate f jr President In lJO1 slue did the same thing THAT rooster reported to be valued at 1000 evidently not the Demo cratic rooster Thirty cents would be a big price for him now THKKI days after the election Col Henry Wattersou editor of the Cour ierJournal took leave for Europe for an indefinite stay Heres to wishing him much pleasure abroad Hope he will return in the remote whence IT is Eaid that Judge Parker ac tually smiled when he heard that he was defeatedand when he went out to look at his stock next morning not a blooded cow in the herdcould tell that there was anything wrong with the master JUDGE BENNETT the Republican candidate for Congress of the Ninth district was elected by n small majority anti now Jim Keboo and his henchmen are trying to hunt hint out of too oflice by the usual and customary means Iv THE Hartford Herald had sent out a thousand more extra copies just before the election the Repub lican majority in the county would read 739 instead of 547 WILLIAM HENRY JONBS of the Glasgow Republican will represent the Third District which has so long been misrepresented by John Rhea in the next Congress The officialcount gives him 53 majority THE Paris aerostat supposed to bean airship has made several unsuccessful attempts at flight at the Worlds Fair The inventive genius must draw on his wits some more be fore man can fly THE question naturally arises as to what will be done with the Demo cratic machine in Kentucky We suggest that the main propeller be fed to Judge Lewis McQuown and the rest be divided into equal parts one given to J C W Beckham and the other to Urey Woodson THE famous old bell that rang out liberty to all the land and unto all the inhabitants thereof on the occa sion of the adoption of the Declara tion of American Independence has been convoyed from the Words Fair where it had been on exhibition for the past six months to its home in Philadelphia THE fact that the death of Gen Kurokichief commander ot the Japanese forces fit Port Arthur was successfully kept from the public from October to November 155 is the best of evidence that the startling news received from the battle line is only a matter of guess work It is no wonder that the report has gone out so many times that Port Arthur has fallen THE election ot Roosevelt to the Presidency is unmistakable proof that the American people in a great measure think and act for themselves It also shows that dishonesty trickery and double dealing in politics as well as in business does not meet their ape probation They approve shrewd ness if it emanates from a courageous and patriotic citizen But the schemer even though he shrewdly lays and ex ecutes his plans has no place in the hearts of the American people Dn BEN L BRUNKncandidate for Congress in the Fourth district writei T H Black chairman of the Campaign Committee of Ohio county congratulating him his coworkers and the party at large on the brilliant success in the county Dr Brunner has reasons to be satisfied with the re suit for he was defeated by only halt the majority that Congressman Smith usually receives llurnh for Bruner We are for him He can beat Smith next time u THE Hartford Herald instead of attributing the uuthoughtof Republican landslide to boodle and hOIn the bureluut such nonsensical I nonsense says that the Democratic party surrendered its principles and in consequence thereof was defeated at the polls Will someone take that false face from off his craniumI long enough to tell us and a waiting public just what consanguinity one bears to truth and common integ rity who believes as the Herald does and who defended Parker and his cause with auch guarded efforts as it did THE Hartford Herald bids for Democratic candidates for the various I county officers to be filled next year j in paragraph the following very extravagant The recent Republican landslide does not discount one particle the big victory which iilm it everybody concedes the Heiaocrattf of Ohio county next year certainlyIconcession discussed hereabouts Is I it not a fact that you are just saying this to encourage your Democratic buddies Is this anything more than a little slice of nerve tonic for pros pective Democratic candidates PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT has completed arrangements for a visit to the Southern and Central States He will visit in West Virginia OhioIndiana Illinois Missouri Georgia andothers of the Southern States spending one day at the St Louis Fair This journey i will be a thankful acknowledg ment to the people who gave him the j largest popular vote ever cast for a Presidential candidate The Presi dent seems determined to know the people better and to get closer to them His visit to the Southland and to the birthplace of his mother is for the purpose of becoming more intimate ly acquainted with the people and their customs manner of thinking and living He will hereafter devote his wondrous energies to the best in terest of the whole people and try to bring about general good feeling between the North and South THE Memphis Commercial Ap peal the leading Democratic paper of the South and the acme of Democ racy in Tennessee in a lengthy dis cussion of the mistakes of the campaign aniiing other things says It is all overand we can now admit the St Louis Convention was a con fusion ot tongues It was a game of the spider and the fly The gold bugs invited the unsuspecting Bryan ites into their parlor and when they had them in there and firmly bound they forced what was practically a gold plank down their throats This admission by this eminent journalist fully bears out the contention of THE KEPUHLICAX that Democracy turned a complete somersault at St Louis on the money question Of course the election is over and we make no attempt to fasten the matter andre fer to it only to call attention to the fact that it was so understood and acquiesced in by every one Democrats and Republicans alike except n few of the former who never possessed or have lust all means of apprehension or conception Call for Convention- At a regular meeting 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 heM in the town of Hartford Ky on Monday November 28 194 at i oclock p m at the court house in said town for purpose ot nominating candidates for the various county officers to be voted for at the November election 1915 viz Representa tive county judge county court clerk county attorney sheriff jailer superintendent of schools coroner surveyor and assessor A and that pre cinct conventions be held in each of the voting precincts in said county on November 26 IQ4 at 130 oclock p m for the purpose ot electing delegates to attend said county convention 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 majority of the votes cast in said county convention shall be declared the nominee of the Republic an party for said office NICHOLAS RAURASS Chmn M S RAGLANIJ Secy According to the above basis the several precincts are entitled to the following delegate votes East Hartford 7 l West Haittord 5 Bcda5SulphurMngun 3 Cromwell 5 Cool Springs 2 North Rockport 4 South Rockport 3 Select 5 Hone Branch 7 Rosine 8 East Beaver Dam 3 West Beaver Dam 5 McHenry 9 Centertown 5 Stuallhous i East Fordsville 6 West Fordsville 4 Htnavllle 2 Shreve 3 Olaton 3 Buford 2 Heflin 2 Bartletts 4 Ceralvo 2 Point Pleasant 2 Narrows 3 Ralph 3 Prentis 2 Herbert I Air S H Phillips as Known by a Friend Mr Stephen H Phillips died at his home two miles East of Hartford November 4th of acute dlysentery complicated with stomach trouble He was born fiftyseven years ago near Shreve Ohio county where he made his home until a few years ntjo i when he moved hislamUy near town His family connections were the best he being the son of Thomas and Mary Phillips who were early settlers and highly respected In the eastern part of the county Mr Phillips professed religion early in life and lived an active and consistent Christian until his dealh The Hartford Baptist church Doses one ot its most valuable members As a farmer he was energetic and painstaking and by his efforts he ac cumulated quite a competency which he leaves to hit family He wa always noted for his hospitality and upright life He was ont of the countys best citizens and he wl 1 be greatly misted bya boat of friends He leaves a wife and daughter a tda son in far away Alaska to mourn his sad demise He wa buried nt Pleas ant Grove CrmeteryNov 6 alter devo tional exercises had been conducted by Joseph Mniou a life long friend In the presence of a wait concourse of people J M DI A Suro ThIngIIt is said that cept death and taxes but that is true Dr Kings notI Discovery for Consumption ie a sure cure tor all lung and threat troubles thousands can testily to that Mnt C ll YniiMotor ot Sheplierdlown Iv Va says I had a severe case of Bronchitis mul for a year tried i very thing 1 heard ot hut gut 111 n iirf i One bottle of Dr Kings New Dinv i cry then cured me abolu I la infallible fur Croup Wlii iipiiigCuuih Grip 1nemuonia timidIsoinittii ii Try it It guaranteed by Z1Vitync Griffin it Bro Druggist Trial bMlle free Regular size oUc JlUU Card of Thanks During the use ilres+ o uir hn1 hang and fntliT we xverr old h1 t- aur friends tor their tit titi l asMsiart and many ktrdiy nuts In tin IIUII hour ol licit avtnitnt e tnke method ot txjirtkfitii our sincrie and I heartfelt thanks to all who aided assuring them that their kindly usI n1dtVas S H PIa1irils and DAfOiiTFit Tho Best Liniment I Chamberlains Pain Balm is con sidered the best liniment on the I market write Post it Bliss of Geor gin Vt No other liniment will heal I a cut or bruse so promptly No oth er affords such quick relief from rheumatic pains No other is eo val uable for deepseated pains in the chest Give this liniment a trial and btcomc acquainted with its remarkable qualities and you will never wish to be without it For sale by all druggist m Buchter in Europe Louisville Ky Nov 14 Cem Buchtrr + ho two JIMTH ajo killed his daughter btCHiise she would not submit to Ins bare ItBlrcsj mid who was recently pirdotied from the pent ItitiHry by Lieutenant jiiveiror Vhiriie if lion in Europe Itya rrpirltd that he went frnn htie v Cincinnati hut row it is known this he IB in Kuropr Order of Ohio Boilnty GoWLI Regular November Urn November 71 19 4 H H Rajas c motion for local option election Rt s tie Ky This causi1 azl cumin on for hearinir on this November 7th 1904 it being the first day of the regular November term of the Ohio County Court upon motion ol applicants to have an order trade directing that a local option election be held in Ro sine voting precinct on December 12th I94ind said applicants havhig preidtngIsum of 35 00 in money aa amount sufficient to pay fur printing or post- Ing advertisements as provided by luwnnd the fees of the clerk Hr mnk inp entries in the order hook and tre court being sufficiently advised it is ordered and adjudged by the court that at the last proceeding general election in Rosine voting precinct there were only 282 votes cast at said election and that the petition filed herein is signed by 82 legal voters residing in said voting precinct or territory to be affected which is equal to more than 25 per cent of the votes cast in said Precinct at the last pre ceeding general election and that said petition was received and filedof record at the last regular term of theI Ohio County Court It is therefore or- deredi and aijudjjod by the court that I an election be held in Rosine voting ISwell Things in Suits t And Top Coats 1 The season for Winter Suits and Top Coats is on and our stock is Com- pleteS in every sense of the word I Suits for boys 100 to 8500 Suits I for youths 8200 to S 1000 Suits for g Men 250 to 15 Overcoats 1 111 IIior Men 8200 to 81500 SVk We a so carry a complete line of VXfc 5 Shoos made by the best makers such H as W L Douglas and Walkover for men boys and children and for la I dies and misses we carry the P W g 32 Minor and Smith Sterling We also 6 carry a lull line ot Dry Goods No lions Groceries and Eurniture Let J S your wants he known c CARSON CO I Hartford tlsunrPora rnl tUCkYI Jprecinct in the ih ray 11 Dniui tier 194 to take the SMIRCH tht lfi hl votes IlIiIIHIClnct who ate qualified to vote nt iltctiofis tor coun ty rfllceis upon the quvstion wheth er or not spirit n tus vinous or malt liquois shall be sold h1rtcftll loan ed or trafficked in in said voting pre circt of Rvim Ohio cnuny ken- tucky anu that Cn 1 Krmvt Shet iff of Ohio county is ordered and directed to hold fluid election He wit open n 11at the voting places it s ad precinct on Slid date for the putposeot taking the sense ofthe I rgn vntets of raid precinct who arts qjal ifia to votent tlKclittf for Cmi officers upon till proposition wheth er or not spiritnus vinous oi inill liquors shall he sold bartered loaner or trafficked in in Rosin voting pifctnct Ohio county Kentucky It is further oidtrcd ttnrlarjudgtd by this court that a special renistrition b held in Rosine Ohio county Kentucky H town of the sixth class on Saturday Dec tuber 3 19 4 for the registration of those persons entilltd to vote at the special election to be held on December ti 1904 whose names have not been recorded on the afdisaided or published in like manner nv the time and plate of slid local option election as required to be published A copy attest M S RAGLAND C O C C Pursuant to the foregoing order and judgment of the Ohio County Court I will on Monday December I2ih 1904 cause a poll to b opened as and in the manner required by law at each and all of the voting places in the precinct of Rosine Ohio county Kentucky to take the sense ot the legal voters of said town qualified to vote for county officers upon the question Whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall bs sold l fuur iiloinflior tijijlicUii u in the said precinct of Risuir I Ivili also onus a rrgiatratinn to be held In the town of HIIMIIC Ohio rounty on the 3rd dill of rcrtptur 194 ntwUich t 11111 pr os jilifird to vtr Ir coun ty offioiMs tt t o h vf not hen tof r rtjItrttclntHY have lhi n r- u111cloll R threiatatton bunkb fur thatytMr Oiven utiirr mr hang as Sheriffut Ohio rlify KilnrlV this the nh ItII N vniir ig 4 C P Kn vw S O t Dyspepsiois stomach and other digestive organs are weak tired or debilitated It causes no end of aches and pains and is most common where andhurrydo in this countr- yHoodsSarsaparilta cures dyspepsia it has a magictouch in this disease For testimonials of remarkable cure tend for Book on Dyspepsia No S- C1 Hood Co LoweD Mail Holiday Jewelry Watches Din minds Silverware Rings and all the new styles in Broaches But tons PtnR etc Large stock of gold headed Canes and Umbrellas Whatever your wants may he we can meet them with beau tiful and choice selections Send for our large Illustrated catnloeue When in the city cal to see our display C M WISKMAN SON 132 W Market b twtfn Jstmul 2nd Iou sville Ky 1 r t- b f At 11 r tw V w- ti 1 I j yt- V t hf t rJ r r t 4 I 1 e h- AM of gT 4- tThis Weeks I tSpecialsfl Blankets tWhite fleeced 104 size 40x87 nearly 2 pounds t7inch showy border in red white and blue and priceCGenuine allwool 114 Gray California Blanket ltextra heavy rich shade with 0inch border and worsted catsi itchedlends to match a fr + 498regular if article for Comforts A woolfilled Comfort size 50x71 Floral Leaf design on good quality of robe prints with solid 9ingOv- A oinfort of very rich design of Roses and fo tinge size TOxTf lined in beautiful delicate shades of light blue anti pink AVhko corded tfv A ft tilling knotted worsted Our price CplrO Ladies Wraps L TIll new 12inch HuliluT Coat made of fancy 7 7i Mannish Cloth loose back with belt and new large sleeves collar contrasting shade of velvet straps belt and pockets piped mercerized lined yoke Onlv A great Coat at a low price8S0m- L Mens Overcoats r Overcoats of heavy wool kelSey in dark brown twith a rich tinge of Olive and overlaid with an in 1 visible olive rplaidollar made plain cut full and roomy with holt in back and lined with farmers satin length 50 inches A good + garment fur young men Our ow 948IlicO AD 11e are still ollering big inducements in Hosiery ladies childrens and nets Underwear Staple Dry Goods Shoes etc Load up your family 1 Come direct to us We will save you money 4 The t Place Is riar ford Republican j FRIDAY NOVEMBFR IS I I III noia Central Railroad Tlmo Table Nnrlli Kitiiiul Snmli ItoiitMl Nil ii2ilni MIJU III NIL 121 ilii l lin u in Oil 1n11m lti7i III No Nil line INMi u- 1dnnlaupm Null lUft Si m Big line of odd Pants at Sam Backs Try the Worlds Fair candy nt City Restaurant W M Likens Jingo called to tee us Saturday Try those sweet and at City Restaurant So JoodIThe City Restaurant pie Everything uptodate An elegant new line of Neckwear just received at Sam Bachs M D Smallhous was a pleasant caller SaturdayI New Milinery Goods at Economy I Store Ladies trimmed Hats from I 5 upIWe will pay 20 cents per dozen for eggs until further notice CARSON Co We add new Sloes to our stock dally Visit us for anything you need In the Shoe line CARSON Co The Economy Store for your Boys Suits A large new and up todate Hue to select from Mr Alva Calloway Smallhous will accept our thanks for u fine large turnip whch weighs ftf pounds Fresh Oysters Fish and Celery at City Restaurant Visit our Millinery department for nice hate CARSON Co See our stock ot Cloaks before buy- Ing elsewhere CARSON Co- M G Pollen Jingo called to see us Saturday A V Leach Preutis was a pleas ant caller Saturday foriFor a nice hot meal or lunch ol course you go t the City Restaurant Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilera grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf Mr W S Tlrsley has moved Into what Is known as the Tracy proper ty on Union Street New Cloaks just received at the Economy Store Seethem Yon will get the worth ot your money In every garment Dont tail to see the New Millinery at the Economy Store Trimmed Hats 150 Black velvet 200 and 250 Beauties MRS SARA COLLINS nTJt If you dont buy your clothing from us we both lose Our priced are always the lowest ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE Largest and best line ol Ladles Misses and Childrens Fnrs every brought to Ohio County See them ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE A complete line of Mens Ladies Youths and Childrens Hamilton guaranI can Full line of Clothing High grade goods at low prlcew See our line i and save money ECONOMY DRY GOODS STOREI Oiltan Molasses at Carson Bros New Cismbeirles at City Restau rant For Overcoats and suits see us CARSON Co New Figs and Dates at City Res tanrant For Fresh Crackers go to City Res taurant Go to Moore Crabtree for your lard cans Cream and Brick Cheese at City Restaurant Herman Maddox Rockport called to see us Saturday City Restaurant will be lull of good things for Thanksgiving B F DunldP Indianapolis Ind is in town on business Nicest line of fancy goods in Hart ford at City Restaurant Cheese Sausage Dried Beef and Crackers at City Restaurant Get 3 our meals when in Hartt rd at City Restaurant Just what you want Sherifl Call Keown icturned Tues day front a business trip to Indian ipolis Ind Mr George Klein and wile ol Blcknell lad visited In Hartford the first of the week We want nl kinds of poultry and always pay the highest market price CARSON Co F L ttanderlur Deputy Circuit Clerk has moved Into his new resi dence on Gnflin Street Messis Area L wia Sam Cox U G Rughmd and Stephen Gano are at tending the Voids Fair Mr J F Vickers and lamily will occupy the residence property iccent y vacated by W S Tinsley A big line ol Boys and Childrens Clothing as good as the best and as cheap as the cheapest at Sam Baths Rev J H Burnett will preach the Thanksgiving sermon at the Cumber rand Presbyterian church at II oclock AM From November 15 to January 1 he game law is suspended Six weeks ol sport for the nlinrods then t is all over until next year Mr and Mrs R E L Simmerman are attending the St Louts Fair They will also visit relatives at OharetonM before returning FOR SALUA Fourhorsepower Engine and Boiler been used about one month For particulars call on or address VIRGIL RRNIROW Dundee Ky By r a ofa typographical error in Mr Sam Bichs ad in THE Rln unj L1CAN lat week the price if pair ot suspenders read 5510 when it should have ben three pair for 2501 WANTED Two good blHfcksmiths who are able md willing to do all ronnd blacksmith workF ALLEN 17t3 Centertown Ky Dr S J Wedding has moved hh office from the J H Williams drugI store to apartments ovtr Z Griffin Bros drug store second icor from THE REPUIILICAN office Bring your Tin ksys to Carson Co Get the i here not later Novem ber the iSth if possible so we tuy have a little time to get them on the market CARsoN Cc Mr and Mrs Kinch Mnriin Horton made us a pleasant call Wednesday Mrs Martin left with ua a number ol almanacs collected by her grard father They bear date of iSii to 1834 FOR SALESeven acres with plen ty of buildings and everlasting wa ter 25 or 66 acres with same il desired i4 miles Iron public mine E M MILLER tf McHenry Ky The primary and intermediate de partments of the Hartford College under the Instruction of Misses Mary Bennett and Mary Belle Burnett respectively will entertain at College Hall Wednesday November 23 131 oclock All patrons are Invite- to be present Moore Crabtree are selling choice beef and pork steak at S cents per pound rib roast at 5 cents per pound choice loin roast at 6 cenls per pound and will pay the highest market price for hides They have for sale kraut mackerel harrel pickles lard cans and meats of all kinds Leave your order ir a Thanksgiving turkey New Brown Percals at Fairs Special values in Ladies Jackets at Fairs Miss Hattie Barnett is visiting in Louisville this week Complete line Childrens Hcods Fascinators Gloves etc at Fairs F E Keown went to Henderson Tuesday and returned Wednesday Novelties in Millinery every week at Fairs The litest always found there For a good stylish Corset buy the American Beauty Found only at Fairs The best shoes for children and ladies are the Priesmeyer Found only at Fairs The abutments for the new iron bridge across Rough river at Narrows are completed Fairs line of Overcoats are unex celled in quality style and price Come and see them Mr R A Anderson near town is visiting his son Mr J Allen Ander son at LeitchfieM this week Mr J W Pettyof Louisville hoI has been visiting relatives at Narrows for some time returned home last weekIThe Hartford Knights of Pythles ladles and ladies who anticipate the honor will entertain the Knights at a banquet which will be given on the evening of November 25th Mr P W Tabor or Sulphur Springy sold his farm to Mr Taylor Murphy of Trlsler for 2 700 Mr rebut has bought a aim near Rock field Warren county and will move to it nt once Mr Ed Davidson of Shreve 01 e of the best known andone ot the wealthiest farmers in Ohio county is reported to be very ill of nervous trouble and his friends an feeling very anxious about him ESTKAYED One black steer one red steer one red heifer and one white and red heifer all about 15 months old and marked cropoff right ear and split left ear Information concern Ing fame re ward U S FAUGHT Centertown Ky License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last issue Ivry Muflett Fordsville to Pride S Ralph Magan A T Bihop Cen lertown to Amanda Decker Center town D T Black Hartford to CHf fie D Leach Beaver Dam P H Hurt Olaton to Martha E Stevens Olaton r J Hudson PUasant Ridge to Jessie Burton Pieas tnt Ridge J Sharp Pleasant Ridge to Ruth Pweddell Palo i lfi EIliS J Tichenors = 4Our buyer is again searching the markets that = our customers may have the benefit of the latest = ifi creations which fashion designs I Our Dress Goods = I bIDtfiI = not help being pleased wlinn you have a selection ttfi from lUc per yard to 1 per yard Our dress lit stylesftp I tfi you can your goods formed into a fhsh by I = iOl able garment readytowear before leaving our building JJ fi Winter Wear jf The appearance of cold days force us to buy i41I tgFurstorn Underwear for Ladies Children and Gents JJ ClotHing J 4owhell it comes to we feel that i ti= the most stylish line of Overcoats and for i5 tfi jjand= Overcoats 250 to 10 suits 350 and up- i fc Our New HouseIli bbj4t Stoves and Furniture found in this section Prices g 44 cannot be duplicated Visit us in tins department btu Rand be welcomed by its management Great Millinery Display it- 4 We feel proud to say we are still making this 1i = the countrys most fashionable and popular Millin f 4l cry center and are increasing in number our pa = trons and admirers To our present patrons that are 4 acquaintedwith the manager of this department fi as well as those who have never Ip I = we wish to say that we have everything that fash btu tfi ion can create in this line and with our corps of = btIf 4icon is in serving our customers in a fair and honest JI 41 way by giving them good values close prices and btI = honest treatment Visit us that we may convince Ifi you of our methods and valuestj = S J TICHENORMcHeniy KYt1F or r ra yvvi i YiaYr+ Y irr W W W 0 0 W Specied Attentionl Is called to our line of Mens Youths and Childrens Clothing which we have re caved lor our Jail trade and put down at very low dprices We handle the celebrated Sterling line for men and the Moncramake and Climax for youths and fisfactionyou Twenty hens Black Cheviot suits at 3 and up dsizes 3542 Fifteen youths Suits in fluky colors at 285 and up sizes 1310 Thirty childrens Suits ntf100a worldbeater Fifty pairs of mens Corduroy 91andspecialty Call on us for bargains in this line ShoesWe1 handle the celebrated HamiltonBrown Shoes U for men women and children Every pair guaranteed ato give Satisfaction or another pair in its place Could you ask a better bargain offer Mens heavy Shoes at a1 and up Ladies Shoes at 1 Call and let us fit you up for the wintor I Specialsl All Calico 5c a yard Factory Cotton 5c IIeavy aJ Cotton Flannel Gc Heavy Shirting Gc Good Socks 5c a pair ladies Hose 5o 1 4V Suspenders three pairs for 25c fine line of ladies Tailormade Dress Skirts Jack spacedis limited we cannot quote you come to see us your aJ9 and winter goods from us and we will treat you right We will give you the best agoods for the least money aa SAM BACH Hartford 4444tIt uai b 4 s P r r 1t e ii USE OF FACE POWDERS They Contain Harmful as Well as Harmless Substances to Some Skins I propose to say a few words on the influence of powders in the making and in the marring of the complexion As a matter offact owing to the manner in which these cosmetics are abused the general tendency is to mar rather than to make although the immediate effect may be both sat isfactory and pleasing The gre mistake that is generally is that socalled aids to beauty are used indiscriminately and irrespectively of the idiosyncrasies and peculiarities of the sklu to which they are applied It must be remem bered that the basis of the great ma jority of power is strcha subject which is harmless It has however drying properties and therefor- should e not be used thoughtlessly when the skin is naturally dry and further than this it should not be forgotten that starch is not soluble i in either hot or cold water and therefore cannot be removed from the pores and interstices ol the skin by the ordinary meth ods of washing In fact it not inlrequeutly happens that owing to this difficulty in removing it after it has once been applied certain of the pores of the skin become blocked and ultimately result iu blackheads or even in boils The most common ad dition to the powders of which the basis is starch is borax or boraclc ac id These substances again are comparatively harmless are soluble In water and act PS mild anti septics but like starch they also have drying properties and hence should not lavishly by used unless the skin Is naturally moist For greasy skins they are particularly useful Among the more harmless sub stances which are added to these pow ders are zinc oxide nod certain pre partitions of blzmuth These salts through particularly soothing irritat ed skins have disadvantages whic it is worth while to remember Both of them when applied to greasy skins are apt to turn a somewhat greyish hue which presents the ghastly ape pearance with which we are so familiar in the case of skins which have been enamelled for a considerable period ol time 4CLAIMS MEDAL OF HONR After a Lapse of 40 Years John Hayes Sends to Washington for Rare Decoration For nearly 40 ytalS a United States congressional medal of honor award ed to one John Hayes for distinguish ed services on the old frigate Kear sarge In her historic battle with liltI confcJtrtte ship Alabama has been lylnj safe in the bureau of naviga tion at Washington waiting to be chiMrl by the man to whom it was awude1 by congre sIlluity with its ribbon frayed and niotl eaten this medal has at last1 been srit to Its owner who after allI thtse years of silence recently wrote to the Navy Department claiming the I medal Its existence had been for j gotten until the arrival a few days j ago of a letter from Muscoda Grant county Vis from a man 70 years old who wrote that he had just learn ed through the accidental reading of an od ravy general order dated i 1864 that John Hayes coxwain of the frigate Kearsargef had been awarded I a medal10f conduct in battlefHe said to depart ment that he was the only John Hayes who served on the Keaisarge i in the famous battle with the Ala bama and that it may be he who is t entitled to the medal He forwarded his enlistment and discharge papers which showed conclusively that his claim was just An investigation was made by the bureau of navigation and the old medalwas found in the archieves ofn the department It was forwarded to Mr Hayes with a letter from the secretary of the navy saying that he is entitled to 100 bounty which he b con have as soon as he forwards the proper affidavits It is believed that this money will be quite acceptablefr as the old sailor wrote in his letterI that he was physically work and depended for his living j n- sJ1y on his pension of r2 a month O cofthemcsremarkablefeahrrtSsS of ttf elSe r t enlistment papers were signed by the late Rear Admiral Belknap whose son is now on duty in the bureau of navigation and his discharge papers and recommendation for the medal were signed by the late Capt John A Winslow whose rephew is also on duty in the bureau of navigation an who signed the letter forwarding the medal to the naval veteran MAKING MONEY ON FARM In Making Crops Stop the Leaks and See That Nothing atGoes to Waste Southern Cultivator There are very many things tha contribute to this very desirable end But we especially desire in this arti cle to show you how to increase y on yotcom largeramounts of produce but owing to the errors of our past education and th wastefulness of our habits we has not learued to make the clear profit- n upon our farming that we ought to wake We annually grow in the South about 100000000 worth ol corn stains These we have sn flared to go to waste almost entirely In stead of raising cattle to eat the stov er that these stalks would make we throwaway or burn up the atalks and buy the beef raised on cornstalk where they do not throw them away If the Southern corn stalk crop tea s shredded and fed to Southernbred cattle of good breeds the diffrrnce in our annual income would be almrst equal to the money received from the cotton crop- Another similar waste is found in std1Ifeveryfed to cattle and then the manur- properly saved and used the cottonseed crop would be almost equal in value to the lint But at present we sell the seed at low prices and buy the meal made from them at high prices and put It into the ground as onehalfhcows hogs all do well when led upon cotton seedmeal and corn stover and by the proper use of these every farmer can largely increased the net income Irom his farm Another source of great waste is found In the time the energy the horsepower the hired labor and the guano used upon washed and worn fields with only to or three inches of scratched soil All over the South there are millions of these acres which do not pay the expense ofcultivation Instead of adding to the income fromI the farm they take away from thlI net income It is worse than foolish ness to cultivate such land Either put it in gress or let it lie and grow its own grass or break it 12 or 15 inches deep sn that it will pal InrI cultivation Every acre of it would pay if it was broken 15 Inches deep when dry in the tall of the year and properly cultivated To make money farming We must make each acre produce more than the cost of cultivation And vemust make each crop produced upon the farm bring in a net income over the j cost of producing it M 1A O6NnIwIIt11M1L1ROtNN71illiTS= Ie Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble i i Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor i idisappear IIor1becomethat it is to be bornI afflicted with If urlnhtoo if rive scale the fresh or ii child reaches an it should be able to wilhIupon cause of difficulty is trouble and first step should be towards treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant be thekidneyspeople suppose Women as well as are made miserable with and bladder trouble remedyTheSwamp Root is realized It is sold y druggists in Ufty cent one dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mail not uncommon for a child weak neys the child ates often wnen the age when the kidney the the men kidney soon and srampHootingthousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure andII this paperIDont make any mistake but remember name DNI MAN AND THE HORSE Animal Conquest Marked One of The Epochs in Civil ization IilntnrThe conquest of the horse by man and its final utilization for all purpose which are discharged by steam and electrictly today marked one of the great turning points in the history of civilization In tha great earth and sand preglacial deposits of Europe the true wild horse is as widespread though not as varied At in America It is not at this stage associated with the remains of man because no plthecant or man M been found In the intrrglncinl or postglacial period the remains of man togethernt t occurs tnt middle of the paleolithic cr roujjh implement period The discovery of all the possible uses of thee horse came very gradually how pror4sman t rite n drove and finally rode the anima1I The prevailing drawings of the pa leolithlc horse represent him as lug maned with no fnreJocked to conceal the low bred Roman nose A secon type In the Mouthe cave a bearded horse with lon bristling mane hnltIears and convex lore head Is regu ed by M Riviere as nnnther spccits But it is not clear to mind that these drawings represent more than the summer and winter colts of the j ants animal Besides these Roman nose types to which Ewart traces the mod ern cart borne there are others with small heads Iud flat m s which ponyyland littleedoubt that the asa wan known in Eu rope It is also certain from abtiud ant evidence in the caves of France that there was a large horse toward the south perhaps while the smaller breeds may have frequented the coifcr northern region Making Patent Leather Japanned leather generally called patent leather was first made in America A smooth glazed finish Is first given to cult skin in France Tin leather is curried expressly for this purpose and particular care is taken to keep it an free aa postal le from grease The sH s are then tacked on frames and coated with a compos Lion ot linseed oil and umber in the proportion of eighteen gallons of oil to five of umber boiled until neirl solid and then mixed with spirits of turpentine to the proper consistency LimpblHck IB also idedwhtu the composition is applied In order to- give color and body From three to four coats of thin are necessary to- f4ni a substance to rtcive the vr nish They are lild on witha knife scraper To render the gocxs sol j pant each coat mutt he Vti land and thoroughly dned niter t aeill 1catioi A thin cost is fttri wAd i pplied of the nine nm Q itlonIuf plOp r consistency to be with a brush anti with sufficient lampblack I boiled in it to make a pcrect black When thoroughly dry it L down with a scraper having turn edges when it is ready to varrsh The principal varnish usd is male of linseed oil and Russian blue hailed to the thickness of printers ink It is reduced with spirits of turpen tine to a suitable corstetency to work witha brush and then applied in two or three separate coats which theIlpatherThefinifahing coat is put on with specllIcare in a room kept closedand the floor wet to prevent dust The frames are then run Into an oven to about one hundred and seventy five degrees The Worlds Fair Absence mates the heat grow louder and the same result may often accomplished by present Flowers are a token of love and those tbat an actress gets tirefre quently a token of her love for her selfWomen do not bet hats on the elec tion because they know that if they lost the other woman would pick out one that would be a p rfect dis graceWhen a girl would rather live in a flat than have a home ot her own the will be wise if they let her live there alone DRFENKERS GOLDEN RELIEF Sill pals luskluiur out lu from 2 to G niluuius ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY INCUHIOIIATKII Talk being cheap nod nceesanry you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phone- and build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole coup ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River JYkpliove Cipitiy or theywill be nt the whole expenp you say so We connect withal In dependent Companies hot particu Tars call on S T Sttvms Mnragir Hart find KV u N 5a CATARRH In all IU staJ theo ibauU to doiuiiii s Elys Crcrni Ualni clean I Ftlnrt111 b tliu dicatil minil none It cnrecatarrh r urvcs away a cull tho Ltd juck i I I If III Cream TSnlm le placed Into the nostrils eprtadi over tbe rutmbrnno end Is isorbcd Kcliff is lat rucdlau ndlcumfoun It is tot drying lace not produce sneer r IjirpeSiie COcon ntrrug lets or by maize TralSii 111 cents b nir ELV LIIOritCaS Warron Saett Mt w Vow Ota C tia w HPli f isOteJ k4iiTUB MUST MNK iPf lr liarpjci f- PfW t is 1 i r iV f 1 Andal join1 in iu iiut 9- aui Miiiili t Cleveland V I Buffalo p Now York 6 PBoston f- I and AM Point East Information cheerfully furn t ishednn Application at City Ticket office Km Fjiir Ivmtc No 559 4i Av or write t- OS1 I GAUv- SGenl Att Paiitoiiger Dept Louisville Ky Q- Cri Ialti0 D V X4614 OC eo Suhscribo for The Hartlord Republican and the Louisville IIPlal lhoth papers one Ylp for 8125 a M14l6DnWS4 + MAwYYwrMY- Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it fmr11 i g ewrltr S gWery nor yrM1lIO Price s1oaublIA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If it fails Trial Dottlct fr- eeLEST u Ft ThE BOWELS thoboweubowels open and bo well force lu tho iliapn ot violent I 18Ic or pill pnlson Is dangerous rho keepingthoCANDY CATHARTIO k w T i CANDYPleant Do end50centaporborlet on health Addrcn 433 Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN IW U JI BOSWWORLDS PAIR ROUTE NATURAL GATEWAY TO LOUISeANDTIIK Louisana Purchase Exposition I 1allll111e11tENTIRE WAY OF THE FAST FLYERSI Parlor Dining and Sloop wiLliIi IT of th Worlds Fait 111I nishod free on application Snd lOc Silver for copv Of tile Worlds Fair March IrrIirslho ot fnIttbradnIrlltrrvutliin lti1 roll on utir Ticket Aurnt or ml- ilrcKt U I JtrtAUTY lltnl is1grnt 1111111111ur ro hlC k N It IAl- oillivllliKv I W We have Scholarships covering ton months in the Bowling Green Nor mal School or four months in any business department of the Bowling Green Business Col lege If you arc going to school call on or address the Republican for Scholarship II Worlds Fair Short Line SOUTHERN RJULWflY 43 RILES THE SHORTEST Fastest and host to tho WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules Leave Loci ville thOO n ni dolly Arrive St Louis 500 pill daily Solid train Tof vcstibulcd crutches sleepers nnd Southern Rnihvay Stan bard Dining Cur through wiiliunl dill rye- Leave Louisville 10lf p in tlnih Arrive St Louis 732 n in dully Solid train of vcitihulcd free re dining chair ears and sleepers No change of cars cnroutc All trains nmlco clove connectioi in Union Slntion in St Louis will Vuluiflj Snlxulmn fervico direct t the Wrrl8 Lnir Ground Round Trip Excursion sates from Louisville Ky Slt g1 rcStirnii g until lhu 15 01 511 IixyrlytiIIll J d rotnruing dale li 1 excursion tickuU on r1 ever Hu day to Thtir lny inclt lirig Ortohnr and November IIel- lj da s I1 E CAIU Inspnjer and Tirku Ageiit Luuisville Ky A1 CitoNi Depot Ticlcat Aglnt L uisvillc Ky C II HuNPUKOHi Dilrict Pa fcriigur Aunt Lol Fourth Avctiuv Lonidvilli Ky G B ALLEN Arwietutit Giiiernl IaMijcr Agent St Luis Mo I nHaanwaM tTHE 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Dottlaionlr 100 Sl holdlrc 2K tlmai tha trial ste which sells for SOc Prepared by E O DWITT A 00 OHIOAOO Work as good as the bust and prices as cheap as the cheapest Give us your order and be convinced nmyqntininiiiiilrntiiuimtontiirilmitHiprttitlnullte without clmruo Ill the 46tfifl6 RUielican A hnndsnniolr IHiitrntoil weekly larcest rlroiilatKiM of any oclentllli mound Torniii Ii n nrwadralersMUNNUmucli OtUco KS K St WnshlUKtoii U C FOR SALE We have for silo at a bar ginaScliohuvshij in the fowl ing Green Business College cm Normalschool department a Scholarship in the Msissey Business College sit Louisville For further information call on or sultlress TIm HKPUIIMCAN r qI e tB- owlin Grad Ross GOll 8r Southern Normal School oLeVQo J TWO EPAnATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT Ono Thousand Students Will be in iaiiy Attendance During the Coming Year NUNDRRDsoftholeadingPnorrsstnxtTandllusI rs3Mr of the nrtGP Tim Murlclratsy e L bCit01 and g Without extra ihlr Vc 1lvc tWfJ moutls tuition free with eveiylive mon rholarh t ucclbyttollowitgUreenLuatnenaCollege e cue nna mcntton coersorodeo whee you srrl Cao3uu lIr r rea II r CURRHY Glnrt r 1IIIFUimf Jj Y t f5 4 1 11M r 4vt I V w ti 1i I Lt- t I F a I1 I 1r th 1- M I t t f- F t t a r r I f If 4 DRa FENNER S AND Backache ALSO luHlJms TIII 111001 All Diseases of tho kldiiuyH bladder and urinary organs Also catarrh heart disease Jraeldrop1Yr- lllumat i m backache fern alo troubles CUreDont become Ulsconranort Tliero in a euro for you If wres iiry wrlto Dr Fanner Ha hits spent u 11 rut IrIiH iMirliiK Just midi eusus IIM yours All coiisiiltsitlous FREE Suffered with Kidney Trouble Had Pains in His Back For sonic time past I have been suffering with kidney trouble causing severe pains in my back I was unable to do any heavy work I tried many remedies and doctors but without benefit I then commenced taking Dr Fennels Kid ney and Backache Cure and secured prompt relief and now after many mont IS have had no return of the aches and pains and am able to work as I could not before My little grandson has also been greatly benefited by its use I certainly heartily recommend your Kidney and Backache Cure and am very thankful for the cure it has- wrouglit in me Yours truly JOHN LONG Father of Frank Long proprietor of Hotel Oxford Topeka Kas Sold by Druggists fiDe and 1 Get Cook Book and Treatise on the KidneysFREE M M Fenner M D Fredonia N Y RHEUMAT SMand other ills produced by diseased kidneys cnn bo cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its ellbet is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and r it you are not satisfied your money will be cheerfully refunded Ask you Druggist P5c 50c ARGON tE IL CO 130 West Main St Louisville K- yIrIrEDUCATXONAU I U Wl Is nbsjlutcly iicccf nry to the young nuiii or young woman who would win succor in life This being conceded it is of first importance to get your training at the schools that stand in the very front ran- kBRYANT STRATTON Business College- N E Cor Socond and Walnut Sts Loulsvlllo IyIBOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one a special SHORTHAND ist in his line Write for Il beautiful hook giving TYPEWRITING twtimoiimls from graduates occupying prominent positions nil over tho United Statesit will ho nailed to you FKKK School open all the year Students can cuter at guy tint E J WZ HGBST Prcsiccnt savanwaauaZr +sssrawt i nrwfewv aeroi 3i iT tw ivmMvmetrertMjrrc JUJIIL uinu juttataciitmian OUR CLUBBING RATES tr TIIK 1 crt Ih11 and Louisville 111r11d125ri- lE RKirpMrAN and Louisville Daily Herald250irilE RKiUitucAX and CourierJournal 150 TIIK IvFiintucAN and ThriceaWeelc World 1G5 rIm RKIUIIMCAN and YellowJacket 125 rIll llKrrnurAX and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 lilt RKPUIIMOAX and Homo and Farm 125 rIm RKriUMCAX tidal Lippencotts and Cosmopolitan 325 m it fi5 pmIij z uaJjExa3 Manless LandELandless Man I M p r ma err er s wt rR fruD + rtrMrw+rrW And fIr him whose acreage is limited because he cultivates a high tl priced farm There are vast tracts 1 IN THEGREATSOUTHWESTWi- thin stones throw of farms In the highest state of cultivation d which are practically manless and can be sears at one fifth to one tenth the market price price per acre of and 1011 State firm Write f for illustrated Literature descriptive of Arkansas Indian T rrltorytod Okahoma or TexatVery Low Round Trip Ratest To any southwestern point every Tuesday In September and the ist r jiad 3rd Tuesday In October and Navemberl I Geo H Lee H I McGuire Oen Pass Agent lust Isss Agen- tiItlo stock Ark Cincinnati O TI Ji 3 it1rrTht CONTRADICTORY TERMS I Curious Pitfalls With Which tho Eng lish Language Is Filled Some furiois ruin puzzling com binations of words can bo made in English remarked man who is particular and cjioioo in tho language he employs Take up any sclioolbook or magazine or newspa per and you can find these involved and comjlicuted pbrrl crthey are sometimes humoroiiH sometimes vexing Jt all depends upon how they are used The English Ian guage is filled with pitfalls mind the man who cap even write pure Latin or Greek or SpttuiBli or all three will often fall into them The curi ous nluUHts I have heard and sonic of them lire common property are too numerous to mention For in stance limo men who on winning a game of euchre after a long play ex claimed First at last always be fore Ive been behind stated and described a fact in plain English words A western humorist has ob daybreaksfulls lint Meyer breaks We read ofa political contest One side or the other by being hemmed in by ucrUiin conditions is shut out and by reason of the fact that they were theyIcommon he has thrown up the entire busi ness because being shut in as ho was he was certain to be closedout in windupXow enough about any language and as to English I am positive on this pointto say that these oddities of speech are bad or clumsy and increase the hard ships of the writer or the man at languageButlipguist if in Latin or Spanishor Greek day ever breaks or night falls the same as it does in English or if a man is hemmed in and shut out at the same time And why is it that a thrown down politician is broken up while a broken down political policy is thrown uprind explain to me by what right do we say that a man in business was shut in by the tendency of the market and by that means was closed out by his cred itors And it is inevitable that if polities TimesDemocrat Tim Gallant Warrior Suppose said the fair grass widow that you and I were out strolling along a lonely roadmiles and miles from any house and where nobody was likely to come along with a wagon or a buggy for n week and 1 should suddenly happen to- to sprain my ankle so that 1 could not walk what would you do Well Ill tell you replied the colonel theres one timing I learned in the army that seems to come in kind of pat here Yes she eagerly urged Some injuredAhhandy at sack times What was it you armyNever n mule gets sick about the kind of treat ment he may needChicago Record lllllJ The Harm Noise Doos Noise is an undoubted factor in impairing the tone of the nerve cen ters Whether we are conscious of it or not it hurts the brain and has a deafening dazing bewildering ef fect on the mental processes It tires the brain and tends to produce cerebral hyper mia To live in a noisy atmosphere is to shorten ones days Irritubility neurasthenia in somnia nre common effects Tho tympanum or drum membrane of the ear is injured the circulation of the cerebro spinal fluid is disturbed and the nerve cells themselves suffer as though subjected to me chanical violence London Family DoctoreThe New Hired Man II cant see that man youve hired anywhere said Mrs Itiggs irritably Here you are laid up with rheumatism and I need some more wood split up for kindling There I see a man wayover in the cran berry meadow I believe thats himIs the man standing or sitting asked Mr Higg- sStanding8ai his wife Then the chances arc it is some other man said the invalid un less lies found a wasps nest Ambiguous Aunt JnncIs George going to let you buy that beautiful gown at Mrs Mercer Yes He told me ho would give me the money to get it with and he wanted me to remind him of it Aunt Jane Thats nice Mrs MercerThat is to say he didnt tell me so in so man words bt4 it anions t d 10 that io sera When I do please let me know Boston Transcript A Just Rebuke They were on their way home when u lady on the opposite side of the street slipped and fell lIe rushed across raised his hut and offered to assist her His wife fol lowed him across slowly a queer gleam in her eye Its allrightits all right he whispered when she reached him Yes I know it is 1 she exclaimed hotly Here an unknown wom an hurts her toe and you plow across the street to cat her up with kind ness The other when I fell downstairs you stoodI1n laughed practicing Songs Without Words Say what sort of girl is Miss Quickstep WhyI When I called on her the other evening she was at the piano and I told her Id SongsWithoutwent and brought in the loudest Canary bird I ever hoard started it Io going and it sang the whole even ngChicago Trihwu A Slight Mistake It is occasionally difficult to real ize that a man is deaf tillsomething suddenly makes us apprehend it 1 think of the clerk ofa country church who was once much exer cised at the appearance of a strange old gentleman who when the ser mon was about to begin took a trumpet in two part8 out of his pocket and began screwing them to gether The clerk watched him till the process was completed and then going stealthilyup whispered Yeow marnt play that here Do Ill turn yo outCornhill Maga tine A Dotter Plan Itl suppose they ore expecting to eee your son at the college from which you graduated Itl suppose so There is always the feeling that a man owes his alma mater some thing gcnHem sure that it wouldnt be cheaper for me and better for the to give the college a new buildingsand nut tho boy to work in the office Chi cago Post The Dropped Letter You male quite a mistake in my article on the modern hotel said Mr M Inchost to the editor Im sorn to hear that What was the emir We will try to cor rect it problent ants and attaches has grown to bo one of great importance your printers made it read tine problem of feeing Oh thats nothing said time ed itor turning again to his work I thought at first that we had made sonic misstatement of fact Judge Wasted Labor Mr NuritchThere look at that signature Can you read it Bunk Teller suavely Certainly my dear siras plain as printing Mr Nu ritch Oomnni the luck I put in half th Jbname so nobody could read it an so it would look good on a check an thats all th good its done Balti more AmericanFEAST OF DOLLS It Is the Groatest Festival of the Year In Japan The great festivalof the year in Japan is feast of dolls celebrated on the third day of the third month In every Japanese family of any consequence there is a fire proof vat or storehouse especially built to hold the dolls which are handed down from generation to generation All the year until the first day of the feast the precious dolls ore kept safely locked up in this vault Sometimes there are hundreds of them in 1WIC possession of one of the great families On the first day of the feast the vault is opened and all the dolls are tak en out They are carried into the finest room of the house where a number of red covered shelves have been built to receive them Always first among these historic dolls arc effigies of the emperor and empress and next to them in importance come small reproductions of time court musicians all complete to limo I smallest details Then there will also be miniatures of other less great but more familiar personages and for every one there is a com plete set of doll furnishings In the boudoir of one of the doll wom en for instanco will be found tiny combs mirrors and all the appara tus for blackening the eyebrows PerformingallThese art also complete acts of I IIAyersPii1s Want your moustache or beard- abeautiful brown or rich fclackPUse cooking and dining utensils and time little girls of a Japanese family dur ing the three days of the feast of dolls arc kept busy seeing that all the puppets are supplied with real fpod proper to their rank andsta in life At the close of the third day all the dolls and their belongings are packedaway in their fireproof store house not to be disturbed again un til the next Year The feast of dolls takes the place of Christmas to the children of Japan Chicago Trib une 100 Reward tOO The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all of its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now know to the medical fraternity Ca tarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system there by 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 offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it tails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address- F J CHENFY Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation l To California- Via scenic Colorado or true southern Route Daily through Pullman tandor I sleeping cars St Louis to San Francisco via the Missouri pacific Ry And scenic Colorado Ele Sant tourist sleeping car servlves ev try Tutsday and Wednesday from St Louis Dally through Pullman standard 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 went is strictly upto date Round- trip and low rate one way tickets me on Hale via Iron Mountains or Mis souri Pacific Rv for nil prlncipa oolnts in the east From berth reser wtinjin and lull Information address R T G Matthews T P A Louis vide Ky or H B Townsend G P i T A St Louis Mo t Hard Hitting and Shoot True That li the universal verdletofsportsmen In nil IHt Ion ol tho plnbo In commending our firearms liulppedwit1 n Zhtyoucsnnothelphittingthemark We mannfactnra E complete line ofi v RIFLES from 3 to SlJoVv soSHOTGUNS 35 send for Illuitraled catalog ileacriblne entire output hints on thootlnz nmmnnftlon etc Ask your denIer for our products and Insist on getting them V trinrItJ STEVENS ARMS TOOL CO 10 Dos 3093 Chlcoppo rolls SInSK USA Low RatesTo all points within 150 Miles in C P A Territory VIA B O SWeACC- OUNT Thanksgiving Tickets will hn c Il lor nil trains NouBinbcr 23 and 24 With return lim- itNovember 28tHFor Further Particulars Consult Agents B tt O SW R II or address o p MCCARTY G P A- Clncinnnti O R S BROWN D P A- Louisvlllc Ky The dose is one just one pill at bedtime Sugarcoated mild certain They cure 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held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday aud Sunday night and fourth Sunday find Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rov JlIBurnett pastor C P Church Services first Sunday In each mouth at 11 am and 7 pm Rev J D liar ned pastor School Trustees Hartford Jas P Miller J aionn S T Stevens U M locker JU 1J Car HUM Ton C HilIS- TownIrl1l1tlllIHowlln Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk lr S J Wedding W 8 Tiusley1 TnylorCocrot Zjociotioc IrldayIulghtH In each month Hartford Lodge No 170 Pt A Masons first Monday night In each month lloiiKh Liver KodgaNo HOKnlghtHof Pythla meets oeery Tuesday night Preston Norton Post No 4 G A It hold reg ulnr meetings SaturdnybeforoflrstSundny each I monthVia LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah the and Pacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CurioELECTRIC TEtffflftIi rJ jJ tv1 D E CtTWrt- itrltefJnyl riota oe- iN QaI r D 1 Bj fcIk h iII CII MiJiHsirs Miller Etc A dass R T G fIT iLVJS rra + r1 rQ Fictn 2DJ rye Iaa 3jj ICISViLU XV J C Torl itt rJ O e 4 T APT ST UO li i valsTORtBears theThe Kind You Have Always CIULM1 Signaturo fof 4tU a 1 F 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 SMALLHOUS Nov 15 tilts S llte Drake And grand daughter Thelma Jagoe South Earrollton are the guests ot relatives here W C Overhul + who is teaching school near MaUtizis spent Friday sight at his house here Saturday jccompnnled by hi comin Mr Ow 123 Hunter he went to Hartford Several from here attended the sale jJMr Vig G Morton near South Slarrollton last Saturday Mr and Mrs J C Hill and little laughter Marion Mrs Lou Overhuls Mrs Sallie Drakeand hiss ThelmaJa joe were the guests ot Sirs T B Taylor recently The Infant child ot EHjih Neal was furled at Equality the 6 inst Miss Oma Maddox Rockport was Jlie guest of her parents recently- J W Cox of Pincheco was the nest of his son 0 C Cox Saturday SundayWill and T Lawrence spent Saturday night and Sunday the aests of Mr Joe Hill and family Two of Tom Godseys family are ST the sick list = ODD Master Guy Barnard who las ben rplte sick is convalescent Alva Callowey made a flying trip b Beda Saturday Miss Altha Addtngton and Mr El Tis Foster Hcflln were the guests of Hiss Addingtons mother Mrs Cart- te1fa Aldington Saturday afternoon ad Sunday 4 Catarrh and Hay Fever liquid Cream Balm is becoming suite as popular in many localities as 3ysCreant BalmsilidIt jg pre pafedTor sein atomizers and is llghly ptteid by those who have been Mcustomed to call up physicians for inch a treatment Many physicians we using and prescribing it All the Taediclnal properties of the celebrated derail Balm are continued in the liquid form which is 75213 includ ing a spraying tube All druggists t r mail Ely Brothers 56 Warrens New York A SALEM Nov 17 Norman Camp is build jag a dwelling house near this place Mrs Emit AUen and son Ira were the guests of Mrs Allen 5 sister Mm Mary Wilson last Saturday Born to the wif of Mr Thomas Raley on tic tnrtssith a fine baby jlrl Mr and Mrs Joe White and little iisnghter of Narrows were the guests i Mr and Mr C V Christian Sat urday night and Sunday J I Miller visited Mr and Mrs J 3 Wrson Saturday and Sunday H C Wilson was the guest of his sister Mr Dinah Ralcy Monday t j jbt Eiders J T Ratcliffand W k- Bristo as visiting mtmbra of Cane Run d area during the protracted meet ny Miss Edna Wilson was the guest of Miss Evelyn Jamison Saturday and S iday Mrs Rlnda Wardrip who has had a severe rising from herteeth is some teller The death angel has saw fit to take from our midst the son ot Dick Daniel little Yale age three monthS iLsteen days Little Yale was the Tight of the home In the home there ba vacant place that cannot be filled liltle Yale has crossed over on the irtber shore where he dwells Jsm A Startling Test To save a life Dr T G Meritt of 2ND Mohoopany Pa made a starting teat resulting in a wonderfulcure jHu writes a patient was attacked icilJj violent heruorages caused by ul mnlion of the stomach I had often ioond Electric Litters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles eo J prescribed them The patient gain td Jroin the first and has not hadan jtnck in H mouths Electric Bit wj are positively guaranteed for Dye jtapaia Indigestion Constipation I Kidney tr uilee Try thorn OnlyI 080 at Z Wixyne Griffin Bros I RENDER fov 13Mis P K Salsbnry vis iled Rev E D Boggesb family in Beaver Dam one day last week W S Vlck of Owensbaro was atc on business one day laU week- S N McDermott of Chicago Ill rhere three or four days on busi tttM lat week I ilesrt ivuutrt Sioipjuu and E S i dayIlast week Prof and Mrs V M Moseley were in Hartford one dny last week Roy Stevens of Centertorvn WHS the guest ot Mr and Mrs Geo Tins ley last week James C tcllof Central City was here one day lost week Jno S Spence was in Central City on business one day lost week Messrs Hoover and Massle and Bridge ot Louisville were here on business one day last week- I S Mason of Fordsville who is 4 candidate for Representative was here one day last weak Mr Mason is a worthy man Mrs H W Jones and son Willie were in Beaver Dam one day last weekMr Powell the Arm and Hammer Soda man was here one day last week on business Mrs F E Harris was visiting in Cleaton last week Jno S Hobson of Central City was here on business one day last weekMessrs Perry and Chester Keown of Hartford were here on business one day last week E 1 ward Jones was in Central City on business one day last week Mr and Mrs J W Tilford spent Saturday and Sunday in Prentis Mlrs Lucy Doss spent Saturday and Sunday In Central City Miss Rofabil Cobb is visiting in Clinton Mhs Nellie Harris spent Saturday and Sunday in Prentis Mr and Mrs Geo W Baize are visiting in Indiana Mrs Elias Wilson of Echols spent Saturday and Sunday here Chas Wilson of Central City was here Sunday Mr and Mrs T B Austin visited ed Horton Suncav Mlfs Ida Snell visited in Horton SundayMaster Willie Jones spent Sunday in HortonG ot Jasonville Ind Is visiting here Mr and Mrs Richard Francis of Central City visited here Sunday Mr and Mrs Jno S Spence were in Hartford Sunday Messrs West and Young of Pa ducah were here on business this weekT J Morgan of Beaver Dam was here yesterday Messrs Mc D Fair and D W Williams wert in Hartford last Sun dayS P Taylor of Beaver Dam was here yesterday Ernest Andrews was in Rockport SundayChester Loney has accepted a po sition as assistant bookkeeper for the C C I Co at this place Ches ter is a goof boy we wish him much success W S Ttnalay of Hartford who is a candidate for County Clerk was here to day Simon Jones was in Hartford on business tday The mines were Idle yesterday and today on account of the railroad not furnishing water They worked only half time- J W Tilford is on the sick list at this writing Cal Liles of Beaver Dam was here yesterdayArthur Baker Taylor Mines was here yesterday Jno Francis who has been in South Wales Great Britain his native home will sail for home tomorrow on the Steamer Baltic from Liverpool on the White Star line The Baltic is the largest Steamer in the world Made Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pills eachnight for two weeks has put me in my teena1 again writes D H Tur ner of Dempseytown Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25c at Z Wayne Griflin aC Bros Drug Store- IVOCREEK Nov 16Our school is progressing nicely under the management of our competent teacher MisH Allie FieldenNow we have the stock law nnd we hope the next stept will be the erec tion of riMV school house A surprise birthday dinner last Sunday at R S Chamberlains The event marked the 70th mile stone in the life of one of our honored and respected neighbors J C Chamber lain At an early hour the friends and neighbors began to gather bring tag the good things to eat A sump tuous uiuncr was spread Among those present we noticed M S Rag land Joe Carson of Hartford Rev T A Bennett and wife Rev J W Canttrll and wife and some Ion other friends Alter dinner Rev Cantrell read the 7ist and 63rd Psilnis pray 04r by Rev J A Bennett A happy time repotted by all present Uncle John hUH been a litelong Methodist and Republican Lung may he live to bless the community with his counsel and influence B F Chamb rain went to Livermore Monday J P Fosterour hustling merchant lent his presence at the birthday din ner Sunday Mr Arch Pirtle one of our fore most farmers sold several head of fine cattle Monday to Mr Gray ot Beaver Dam- J W Sanderfur wants to take an other trip to the Worlds Fair in the near futureso long Johnnie Rev J A Bennett preached a splendid sermon at Mt Hermon M E church South Sunday Quarterly meeting at Shinkle Chapel 16th and i7thRev Dr WhIsh will preach Everybody invited Protracted meeting begins the third Sunday Everybody invited The sick of our community are all convalescentMr Moreland and daughter Ethel went to Hartford Monday Rev Cantrell and wife spent the day with Mrs N Foster of Bcoa TuesdayWe thinking some of our peo pie will be by the stock law like the fellow that caught the wild cat He ran all night to catch it and then ran all day to get loose from it The Ward brothers are hauling a lot of very fine logs to the river bankSome one speaking of the election called it a landslide Well we thlik the mountains did shake Mr Editor ye scribe visited Hart ford Monday Well the hustling pro prietor of the City Restaurant railed us in made us to sit down and eat j fried fish until we thought of Jonah when he swallowed the whale There is a whisper of a wedding in our town soon More later BY ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT Nov 16 School at this place is progressing nicely under the man agement of Miss Allie FleJden Mrs T S Marks and daughter Miss Maggie of Hartford were driv ing in our neighborhood last Sun day Mrs Lewis of Livermore is visit ing her daughter Mrs Ben Chamber lain W F Stevens spent his fortythird anniversary with his daughter Mrs W R Stevens on last Monday Ellis Foster spent Sunday in Small housSome very large saw logs are be- Ing hauled through onr town some of which measure 58 inches in di ameter I wish to correct some errors of Nocreek news of last we k and shall begin with Its mentioning possom jawed pigs We have no pigs an swering that description They are all thorough bled Berkshires Miss Ina Stevens was spoken of as having visited Rev Canlrella family on last Wednesday She merely passed his residence going down townIt was also stated that the protract ed meeting would begin at Nocreek the third Sunday But if it Is like the pastors visit to the Worlds Fair it will be postponed- As regards Mr J W Sanderfurs desiring to have cold water pumped on his head because of his voting in opposition tc the stock law we heard Mr Sanderfur say whenever the writer of last week came around he would give him employment- Yes farmers are very busy gather- Ing corn they are carrying it in in basketsvery abundant Willie Cantrell did go to Bowling Green last summer Mrs V C Ward and daughter Miss Ina instead of visiting Rev Cantrell8 family Tuesday attended Womans Missionary Society at No creekWhy does Mr W F Stevens ride as though he owns a farm in the West He owns neither buggy horse nor saddle and walks everywhere he goesAs regards Mr Hamiltons buying a track of land from Mr J W San derfur Mr Hamilton said one day when passlngthat the tract mentioned was a beautiful location for a rest dence Mr C T Baird instead of going to Beaver Dam Wednesday went to his farm to bury potatoes Ellis Foster in making his flying trip to Livermore started at 3 oclock n m and returned at ro oclock pm In regard to Mr Morelands fifty acre tobacco croptoo much tobacco We think the man who w rote the Nocreek letter last week certainly lives in the Philippine Quick Arrest T A Gulledge of Veibeim Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 21 tumors After doctors nUll all remedies failed Buck lens Arnica Sake quickly arrested further inllnniniatioti nnd cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drugist OASTC XABen You Haw ljwjs Bona i3fga flthoctYrf BEDA Nov I5Rev J A Bennett preached at the M E church last SundayMrs Minnie Baird who has been visiting her mother firs W B Tich enor of near Hartford returned home SundayMiss Etta Bennett spent Sunday with her cousin Miss Hallle Davis Walter Parks and sister Miss Ma I ry returned from Owensboro last Sat urdaySeveral from here attended the birthday dinner at Mr Jnnirs Ellis Sunday given in honor of Mr Ira Elli + it being his sixteenth nmumiver Wry- A very jiyuble time Im rep rte l Mr and M s W C Bennttt Sundaywith R P Dennett and lamI jiiyFred Woenier Hartford visited B SundayIQuite II ruiuhir attended the birthday dlnitr at Mr R P Bennetts Wednesday Miss Ethyl Bennett and little niece torn Dodson went to Louisville Wt d nesday to visit Mrs Bernyce Dodson Work is progressing nicely on the C P church which will probably be completed in December The sick are Improving Dr J D Stewart and wife visited Tally Carson and family Sunday IAIThe Kind You Have Always Bought Boars thoQSignature of GLGl4I = n GUNS GUNSHave just received lir e line of Shot Guns Rifles Target Guns Ammunition Shells EtcA- nd respectful nk you to clIl1t11 see time Lir est and lSt line of Shot Guns ever In Hnttlori PRICES THE LOWEST CARSON BROS Grocerymcn Hartford Ky O t ftr f tir a V h 0 E P BARNES cc ERC totOur 1UVr has ivtunutl from anotlur visit j Fsishions 1tltltlltrtts Tho seasons choirest creations t- I in Millinery Dress and Waist Material oiSilk Wool and Cotton Brown leadymade Skirts Brown Materials for 4 full Suits Manish Suitings in all the newest eilects are r1 now on sale and they are marvelously low 1ilel1tl f Ladies Fashionable Outer Garments 1 It ian established fact among fashionable dressers 4 that M P Jinnies A rushous by fa r tho most coin pre hensive line of Ladies Misses and Childrens Wraps and Ftilo Many new garments put on salt this week and 1 right up to the minute in style form and knish f V Knit Underwear Department I Edthen unoqualed lilt Ftll1llIrdurability and fit In Wool Wool and Cotton and allotton pee our re lrdukl lm lc ShU11lllilf undertvctrbefbrcbuy ins you l I winter supply Childrens Vest and Pants in j medium weight Cotton each 25c Ladies Vest and Pants in Gray Mixed and Cream I each 25c Boys Shirts and Drawers in Brown fleeced each 25c Misses and Chil t rlrm ie Gray Cotton Union Suits each25c 1 liens Heavy Cotton Shirts and Drawers fleeced big values each oOc 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 4 100 125 150 each Trunks Suit Cases and Telescopes At prices that dont toll their worth We make a t specialty of E li i g h grade Trunks and t Suit Ctt Wo can sellt i flunkfl aSuitCuseat iIO lr r 2 ii50 K 5 S euchI f Also all sizes in Telescopes 1Bring us your Corn Potatoes Onions Apples and r allother good country produce and get its value in o wearing apparel You are compelled to have to meet f the requirements of tho season fE 3P IB rE LrsriEiSJS cZESIFtO E 1 oP I I if I 4 ob J r OO I BOSWWORLDS FAIR ROUTE NATURAL GATEWAY TO STe LOUISAN- tIIIE Louisana Purchase Exposition ENTIRE NEWRtlilfott1 WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Sleeping High Back Scats- Complete Illustrated Fold er of the Worlds Fuji fur nished free on application Send lOc Silver for copy of the Worlds FairMarch rorrnliK tliiif ol trnliiH KlrrplnpCnr IteFr- rntlnns Itr mil un any Tlrkrt Aertit or ml ilnHNO l MfCilflY li nl IIIM Awiit rliiiliiniitl Ohio or It H IIItOtVN II 1 A- loiitNvlllcKv Worlds Pair Short Line SOUTHERN RfllLWAY 43 MILES THE SHORTEST Fastost and Bost to tho WORLDS FAIR Look at Schedules Leave Louisville ShOO a m doily Arrive St Lour 500 p in daily Solid train iof veati hilled coaches sleepers nod Southern Kailway Stan dard Dining Cur through without charge Leave Louisville 10lf p m daily Arrive St Louis 7T2 a in daily Solid train of vctihnlrd free re riming chair curs and sleepers No change of cars enroute All trains make close connection in Union Station in St Louis with Wnlweh Suburban service direct to the Worltla Knir Grounds Round Trip Excursion Rates from Louisville Ky 813 good returning until Dec 1501 811 sixty days 810 good returning 15 days Si Couch excursion tickets on sale every Sunday to Thursday incltiMve during October and November Good seven lays 1 JO CAIIK Pas + eMgur and Ticket Agent Louisville K r A J CKONI Depot TicketAgent Louisville Ky C II llfNiiHiiroiti District Pas senger Agent 231 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G It AIIKN Aesiatiuil General Iiiw njer Agent St Luis M- uESTATE Rea1 135 acres 4 miles north ot Hartford in good state ol cultivation 85000 120 acres near Rockport In good conation good buildings i20oor 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good barns 65000 40 acres 334 miles from Sul phur Springs 32500 145 acres 2j miles west of Hartford fine land good Improvements 300000 A house and 2 acres ot ground 3s acres laud 3 miles from dnrtfbrd Part ot the Crowe Taylor farm two horses suf ficient timber to keep the farm 700 60 acres 5 miles from Hartford on Hardlnsburg road good horse barnes and orchad and good water 20 acres in woods 8200 adjoining Hartford 375oo 83 acres fine Muddy creek bottom land good build Ings 15 acres hill land t66ooo 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 AndersonD- ealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY tt i 4 I I I rtI a f 1I I I w I I 1 I