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Ije artferb flqublkan I i Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN Till REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VTOL XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY iNOVEMBER 25 1901 No 14 n HOW THEY FLOUNDER M Various Reasons Advanced by Democrats Why They Were Defeated Next to the funniest thing In the- worlltthe funniest being a modern Democratic National Camj nist- he effort of the press to tell nn un Inquiring public how It happened They aivocate Democratic prlucl ples Iud make post election expla notion with tqnal felicity and hat y tnony One paper rays It was be cause the Democratic nominee placed too much stress on the foreign policy of the dominant patty and another says It was due to the lack of emphasis on the foreign pc licy An other says too much stress was place on the Tariff question and anothei says the Tariff should hrve been made the irsue We were told before the election tim there never was such an exhibition of manly courage and political wis donor as that post nomination Jold telegram of Mr Porkers All tlu wisdom of Solomon all the general ship of Alexander the Great all the eloquence ol Demosthenes all tlu virtue of the regenerated Paul center d In that telegram Now they tell us the gold telegram defeated Parker II what we have been trying to say needs illustration or confirmation let the reader examine these two editor ols In the Hartford Herald Hear the Herald We wish to mildly cnll the attention to the fact that every time the Democratic party has made a surren der of its principles It has lost at the pols This hai occurred in the Greeley Hancock and Parker cam palgns The other edltoral Is as follows Nobody ever retired from a Presi dential race with greater respect and fhouor than does Judge Parker He tw fought a good fight he kept the faith and to him belongs that rever ence which is accord to the great and good in history- In these two brief paragraphs we have great and good Parker leading the Democratic host who have so wantonly forsaken the erstwhile prin ciples ot Democracy and fighting the good fight and keeping the faith It would be very difficult for the editor of the Herald to write two more con tradictory paragraphs- The Herald Is a Democrat to the trade What makes one party the Republican party and the other par y the Democratic party if it IB not bifcanie ot certain well defined politi cal principles lor which each party is supposed to stand Why did sot the Herald say before the election the Democrats bad forsaken their princi pies Had the Herald been less the politician and more the patriotic citi zen it would have done so Shame on such poilltlcal chicanery The editor of the Herald poses as a 1 Christian gentleman which we have always chosen to consider him and yet during the recent National campaign he abused and misrepre seAted the good President of the United States and used all the in trigues of a political truckler to in duce the people to vote for n party which he now says had no principles and which he must have known at the time tr have none We think the Herald is somewhat in error about the partys abandoning Its principles however The party baa had but few principles which it seems to care to stand by in recent years and they may be indicated as f Hows est Oppose everything 1didor bad the party in power pro tt4 poles 2nd Maintain at all hazards the principle of yellow dog or Jim McKenzie Democracy 3rd Hate the negro with with all your soul mind and strength and teach your neighbor to do likewise AN OBSERVER The fiction of business has not yet fully ripened But on the way up is Barlow and the Octopus by Ar thur H Vandenburg It appears in Lippincotts Magazines Christmas jt number and will arrest men of affairs by Its cleverness KILLED BY ACCIDENT Samuel Pattons Head Almost Blown Off By Accidental Discharge of Gun Monday afternoon while out squlr eel hunting Samuel Pnttonn prosper otis farmer ot the West Hartford neighborhood was accidentally kliled by Owtn Taylor tilt seventeenyear old son of Henry Taylor The two had been out hunting nil the morn In g and had about completed theli days sport They had just cited n squirrel and both had been trying ti get n shot at it which Patton fiuallj succeeded In doing He killed the squirrel mind went to pick it up Young Taylor followed closely behind Patton and when Patton reached down to get the game both barrels 01 Taylorn pin were discharged the contents taking tflect just alnve Pat tons tar tearing the whole side and top of his head Young Taylor Oed Irom the ppot and informed the neaiby resident what had occurred For a time the young man was frantic and almcst crazed with grief The body of Patton wan removed to- his home where friends prepared it for Interrment which tcok piece Tues day at Liberty cemetery FIRE AT LIVERMORE Thought to Have Been the Work of a FlrebugNo Insurance on Building or Stock The large sawmill of Col R K Hackctt at Livermore burned to the ground last Friday morning at 130 The fire is supposed to have been of Incendiary nrgln The fire was first discovered by the watchman at the Geneva mill which Is tat of Hackett mill and the alarm given but the fire was under such headway that It was impossible to save the mill so the peo pie went to work to keep the other buildings from burning and confined the fire to the mill The loss consist of the mill dry house and storage room In the dry house 2000 worth ol rims and spokes burned making totalloss ol 7000 or Sooo with no insurance Col Hackett Is oneof the oldest mill men having been engaged in busi ness at Livermore for over forty five years He bas been rather unfortu nate in the way of fire this being the fourth mill to barn and one ex plosion of the bailer making five heavy losses for him Mr Hackett it is said is confident that this was the act of an incendiary AS they examined the mill closely for fire that night before going to their home and the fire originated in a part jf the mill where there was no chance for fire There have been some belts cut and other damage done around the mill lately which confirms Mr Hackett in the belief of its having been set on fire They had no night watchman but a colored maa who is their engineer slept in his office and tad to be awaken to get him out of Unbuilding Mr Hackett and his son Edgar say they will rebuild the mill at once Financially Embarrassed- It Is reported says an exchange that John D Rockefellers income luring the last year has dropped to 37000000 This is terrible If itils true that Uncle Jack cleared only 35000000 last year there is nothing for him to do but cut down expenses We are willing however to do our share and get up a popular subscrip tion for his relief and we would suggest that little Jock Rockefeller pass round the plate to his Bible class for the benefit of his financially embar fatherCASTORIA For Infants and Children Till Kind You Hari Always Bought Bears the- SIynatvre of h COL BRECKENRIDGE DEAD Many Friends Pay Last Tribute to The DistinguishedDead Lexington Ky Nrv 2rAll that was mortnl of Col William Campbell Preston Brtckenenridge was lowered to earth this afternoon surrounded by his comrades who fought with him in the struggles of the North and the South by the friends who have known and loved him and who have been associated with him during ninny years The busy life of the city was hushed while the oldest citizen cannot remember when such homage was paid to live or dead as market the burial ol Lexingtons most dls anguished citizen Those who loved him most came laden with their trib utes Those who knew him best in earlier days have passed the great beyondnearly all but those re maining today gently carried the re mains oi their old comnnnder to the ca th he lived so well The funeral procession formed al the home at 130 oclock and proceeded to the church The procession was led by muffled drum corps draped In black Then came the Knights Templar In lull regalia each witha red fi iwer nnd a tern pinned on the breuut Following the Templars came the Masons they too being in Suit regalia with a green fern pinned on the breast of each Behind them came the mem hers of the Fayette county Bar Association and following these were the city officials and Con federate Veterans KILLED BY A TRAIN Herbert Miller Lost His Life While on His Way to Linton Ind Herbert Miller son of Rev Joshua Miller ol Hopewell neighborhood was run down and killed by a train near Kvansvllle last Friday Young Miller and Harry Woodbarnof Rock port were on their way to Linton Ind and were riding on a freight train between two boxcars The coupling where they were standing broke This let the cars come apart Miller dropping to the track below The cars released by the broken coupling caught him cutting and mangling his body almost beyond recognition both legs both arms and his head were severed from his body His remains were brought home and inter red Saturday ROOSEVELTS CABINET Hay Taft Metcalt Wilson Cor telyou Shaw and Morton Will Remain In Office Washington Nov 2tIt is an nounced at the White House that At torney General Moody has decided to remain in Roosevelts new cabinet The decision of Moody renders it reasonably certain that the heads of the six great executive department of the government have been determined on by the President for his next ad ministrationHay continue at the head of the State Department Taft atthe War Department Metcalf at the Department of Commerce and Labor Wil son in the Agricultural Department Cortelyou as Postmaster General after the fourth of next March It is expected Shaw will continue asSecie tary of the Treasury Morton as Sec retary of the Navy A change is ex pected in the Department of the In terior Firsthand reports on the condi inns in the Philippines are rare because so few observers know how to write vividly In Lippincotts Magazine for December there ia a significant and picturesque paper by a United States Army Lieutenant which tens In some powerful sentences the whole story of The Regular and the Savageand a remarkable story it Is CIRCUIT COURT November Term Began Monday Few Criminal Cases Being TriedNone Important The regular November term ol Ohio Circuit Court convened at Court Hall Monday The criminal docket has been at previous terms of the court greatly reduced in number and importance of cases until at present there are but few cases being tried and none of very much Importance have come up for hearing at the present term There are however some very im portant cases on the civil docket which are being tried as fast as they are reachedThe following named gentlemen have been empaneled grand jurors for the present November term D E Ward J M Bishop Thomas F Johnson R H McDowell John W Pate W B AddlngtonJames Lyons Wesley Stevens Dudley Ford Foreman Joe Fester Clerk and J E Bran Sherlfi The following nioiil gsntlen n have been empaneled as petit jurors for the present term of Ohio Circuit Court A R Pirtle E G Stewart W H French Red Black C R Car son L C Brown W T Brown 0 P Rains Sam Morton Saulord Ashbj B R Kelly L W Truman A L Knott T C Bean W J Bean C B Shaver W T Taylor Sam L Stevens Will A Cole J A Ambros Will Stevens W M Awtry J R Murry and Will Himes The Comth cases set on first days docket were disposed of as follows Comth vs Rudy Jan 2 cases Dock Porter 2 cases Verman Cooper c T Schroatler and Will Englar The above cases were filed away with leave to reinstate on Commonwealth or ponnty Attorneys motion Comth vs Willie Walker Sip Rhoads James Shultz P E Toll and Charlas Robin son The above 5 cases continued Comth vs Payton Sullenger charged with gaming default judge ment 20 and 08t- SRCOND DAY Comth vs Alex Nichelson con tin ned Orbry House 2 cases continu continuedIComth vs Cassa Wilcox 2 cases Mary Nabors Bridge Duncan Frank Tichenor Henry Blackburn Buzz Hammons 2 cases S B Gentry The forging nine cases on motion ol Common wealths Attorney were filed away with leave to reinstate on mo tion of Commonwealth Courty At torneysComtb vs Guinn Daugherty charged with furnishing liquor to a minor verdict of the jury guilty and fined Iso and cost Comth vs R L Boyd charged with disposing of mortgaged proper ty 3 cases compromised by paying 50 and cost THIRD DAY Commonwealth vs Garfield Malden same vs James Burden same vs Wm Reddish same vs Cicero Ridonssame vs Thomas Grant same vs John Fos ter same vs Mattie Adkins continued until the next term of court Commonwealth vs Ben Butram filed away Commonwealth vs Cicero Smith de fault judgment of 50 in each of three cases Commonwealth vs Annie Bryant dismissed JURY TRIALS FRIDAY NOV 25 G M Maddox vs U S Casualty Co Mary J Hardla vs Deanfield Coal Co W M Watde vs W A Rone Comth of Ky vs Stark Bros Nur series Orchard Co SATURDAY NOV 26 Lillie May Austin vs J W Taylor Geo W Maddox vs Mary E Hobei mer MONDAY NOV 28 W P Drake vs Rowan Holbrook W C Knot vs C H Tichenor Williams Co vs J S Arbuckle Hartford Evansvllle Packet Co vs Frank Keller TUESDAY Nov 29 Geo Neighbors vs C F Boswell Albert Millers Admr vs I C R RCo J P Collins vs O B Bosket Anthony Maiden vs Leonard Leach UAPPY AND HEALTHY A Beautiful Canadian Girl Saved From Catarrh of the Lungs by Peruiia L jMISSMiss Florenco E Kenuh 41 Maria street Ottawa Ont writes II A few months ago I caught a severe cold which settled on my lungs and remained there so persistently that I became alarmed 1 took medicine without benefit until my digestive organsbecamo upset and my head and back began to ache severely and frequently cl was advised to try Peruna and although I had little faith 1 felt so sick that I was ready to try anything It brought me blessed relief at once and I felt that I had the right medicine at last Within three weeks I was completely restored and have enjoyed perfect health since II I now have the greatest faith In Peruna F E KENAH should beware of contract WOMEN Tho cold wind and rain slush and mud of winter aro espe cially conducive to catarrhal derange ments Pow women escape Upon the first symptoms ofcatching cold Peruna should bo taken It fortifies tho system against colds and ca tarrhTho following letter Rives one young womans experience with Poruna Miss Roso Gerblng Is a popular society woman of Crown Point Ind and she writes the following Recently I took a long drive In the country and being too thinly clad I caught a bad cold which settled on my lungs and which I could not seem to hake off I had heard a great deal of Peruna tor colds and catarrh and II i bought a bottlo to try loased that I did for It brought speedy relief It only took about two bottles and Iconsidered this money well spent U You have a firm friend In me and Inot only advise Its use to my friends but have purchased several bottles to give to those without tho means to buy and havo noticed without exception that it has brought about a speedy euro whom over it has been usedMiss RoM Gerblng i If you do not derive prompt and satto factory results from the use of Poruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your caso and ho wilt be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 THE REPUBLICANSI in Advance I aB E3 3 E Ab BEBS bBABBEJ mRemember Us Please When you are ready for your Furs and Wraps Furs at from 100 to 500 Wraps at from 150 to 1400 Our immense stock of Blankets and Comforts are second to noneta Blankets at from 100 to 550 Comforts at from 90c to 200 Rubber Boots in all styles and sizes We can sell you the Snag less Rubber Boots with solid leath m er bottoms at 500 Try a pair fir rand you 11 have no other The Brown Mercantile Com INCORPORATED McHENRY KENTUCKY t11 TUQgqgqDDgQUQgQ r r- r roe vd CANAlS Now Thickly Dot the World Here and There What all the Different Nations arc Doing in This Line When msn be4t to girdle the earth with railroads they began also to look doAn up in the old methods ol transportation which Iud nerved their lathers ind forefathers Among the things despised were canals In many cases oldtinie canals that had carried merchandise lor generations were drained dry and their beds ut illzid lor the laying of railroad tracksBut the canal is coming to its own again Men ere discovering more and more that it has its place in the economy ot commercea place which jallnays cannot entirely fill The digging of great canals ranks among the foremost works and pro jects of many leading nations at the present time The world is getting to be cut up with canals all over its and surface and before the end ol the present century the canal mileage on the globe Is ltkely to be nearly doubted America is undertaking the two biggest canal schemes at present pro jected the Panama canal and the thousand ton barge canal Few Countries have given more at tention to canals and canal schemes than the United States did in the days before the railways 01 the many canals constructed In that era the most important was the Erie ca val through the State of Nov York connecting the Hudson river with lake Erie In the words of a distinguished pert This canal although origin ally built ol small size played a very important put in the settlement of lie great West or what was then the great West by furnishing a rout in connection with the Great Likes by which the products of the new West era country could reach the markets along the seabtatd and by which in tarn it could get its supplies ol clothing tools groceries etc at an eco noniical rate ol transportation It is ctrtain that the settlement and de velopment of the New York and Near England hinterland were enormously expedited by the Erie canal This canal hs ua iajed to withstand the o p svon of the railways although the country around it is tb olutely gridironed with them Jiidoubtedly it has had much to do with the development ol New York City and New York State Along its banks there has built up what has been cmlvl the most important chain If cities in the cuuntryAl baay TUJColoeft Schenectady little Fills Due Rome S reuae j caefctr L ickpoit and Bnffilo- Vt the jiat cr1l1 nnfl itt f1bl- t y brunches the Ostg and Uiiaujpi iu ciaiid are now palpably adequate fur the work they are cAl td upon to do The Erie canal can nly aeeoul date bats carrying 240 tons of freight Agitation for the en largement ol the canal has been going on for many years and at last New York State has decided to spend Jioi 000000 to enlarge the Erie canal to u capacity that will enable it to be used by thousandton barges A similar enlargement ot the Oswego and Cbamplaln branches is to be made This great work which is now being commenced has attracted compara tively little notice outside of New York Stitte but it is declared by lead ing authorities to be by far the greatest public work ever undertaken by any State of the Union This projected work is in the very front rank of canal propositions said Col Thomas Y Symons who was the fist to suggest the thousand ton canal in a report to the Federal Government away luck in 1867 It overshadowed in the public mlrd by the Panama canal on account of the international character and the inttreslinr ompUcatrs that have Ueudii tae tnaugrathi of I hat work by the United States uln commercial importance the Sj L i yJ aye the l gust I the anima cAttol On the Panama it Is hopes to sime time reach a tonnage ol joooooof on the Erie nIl works structures water supply etc are pre dieted on a tonnage ol 10000000 and provisions are made for accommodating at slight additional ex psafies a tonnage greatly in excess s J this Ou the Ujtft Gleam Iiken there ib J A s We know what all good doctors think of Ayers Cherry I Pectoral Ask your own doc tor and find out He will tell CherryPectoral you how it quiets the tickling throat heals the inflamed lungs and controls the hardest of coughs Ayer a Cherry Pectoral Ii well known In our family We tlilnk It U the best uiodlclno In the world for coughs mid colds KATIB IUTKKSOX 1etaluran Ca- t2csOcdlfd J CAVER oo All tlrl1IIII forlnwI Mats Hard Coughs Ono of Ayors Pills at bodtlmo will hasten rocovery Contly laxative atwatter bone commerce of very nearly 93000000 tons per year The Erie Canal will furnish the cheapest route for connecting this vast lake commerce with the seaboard and its wide reaching influence can hardly be conceived or appreciated by those who have given years of study to the problemiIn magnitude the work that New York has undertaken exceeds the work at Paname More earth and rock must be excavated more masonry used and more dams built The cost per unit is not nearly BO high as It Panama because the work will be done in the temperate zone where labor tools and materials area bund nt and reasonably cheap In the complexity of the engin Bering questions Involved the Erie is hardly second to the Panama Canal for while the canalization ol the Mohawk river is a very different problem for the control and utilize tion of the Chagres river they are both engineering projects of the very first magnitudeThe of the Panama Canal under conditions akin to the proposed enlargement of the Erie Barge Canal would be a simpler cheaper and eas ier work than that which New York has undertakenIt that these new and enlarged canals will be of benefit to New York in enabling her to remain and increase her commercial supremacy largely through their controlling influence on freight rates and the prevention of differential discrimination against the port of New York which is now and has for years been the rule They will alss benefit the entire region of the Great Likes and this I interIlorence transportation rates through me country Upon Mi Great L ks many mil lions ol frei ut are transported every year at exceedingly low rUlesu lowur thin are pillule by any other Canalto build will practically extend this cheap system of water tltllsportatlonI to the seaport of New York and other ports in the vicnlty and bind the East and West closer together England Is a country that depends largely upon canal navigation al though it has a network of railways which Is closer probably than another in the world There are 3907 miles of canals in Great Britain the vast proportion being in England The canalscarryingconsiderably over 40000000 tons a year The most important of them Is the Manchester Ship Canal which was hailed as a great engineering feat when it was opened in 1895 Its magni tude as a business enterprise may bj appreciated from the fact the capital tf the company which owns it is 77I quarI canals in Great Britain although its lengthy Is only twentyfive and a half milts The most Important canal work nnI dertaken In Germany in recent years i was the constitution of the Kaiser Wtlhelm canal acros3 the Schleswlg holstein neck from Kiel to the Elbe This carjpl was opened in June 1895 tIt faciUHe time transference 01tships froiu the principal naval establishment on the Baltic Kiel to the I chief German North Sea base VII helmshavenThe is sixty seven miles Ions and over zoo feet broad It cost about 50000000 but it has been a splen did SUCCCGP Over 30000 ships pass through it every year Gina y I has n out 3000 miles of other ca minis The whole f Europe is closely cut l1f1vlgn1Iof caniilization was us complete as it iH today n Scotchman Named Muc j Giegor wrote a b ok which had a ir at vogue in England entitled ft Thousand Miles in a Rob R iy Canoe lie had the pluck to cross the Eng lisle channel in hid frail craft and he entered one ot the cuihl of Hnlltind During the course ofone summer he traveled over a thousand miles on the canals and rivers 01 Europe but principally on the ca nals He vent through Holland Belgium France Germany Austria Hungary and parts of Russia and I he never once hud a to leave his wat erways and take to the train in order I to reach the points he desired Nowadays the system of canals is much i improved and practically elery town of importance on the continent is linked up with the vast netware of Val e ways Yet the nations of Europe are not satisfied Most of them have great scheme of canal Improvement either in contemplation or ucluily In handFrance is taking the idea In 1932 the France Parllment approved A great general scheme prepared by M Baudln the Minister ot Public Work lor the improvement of existing wa terways and the construction of new canals The sum involved is about 100000000 and the work is being carried out as quickly as other demands on the exchcquti permits Surveys have been made for all the projects and some of theme have actually been started There are five seperate schemes for the improvement of existing canals and it Is proposed to construct no few erihan ten large new canals connecting the principle commercial center ol France such as Nantes Marseilles and Orleans England is doing nothing blj at present In the line of canals but there is n scheme to connect the dories at Southampton with London by a large canal It is estimated that this cn be done lor 15000000 The grett idea of the originators is that muter barges could come from France and and the Channel Islands through this canal right up to London bring ing vast quantities of market produce and other merchandise There is another scheme to connect the Medway and the Thames by o ca nal estimated to oost one and a hall million of dollar Belgium is adding to its flue system of canals by the building of the Burges ship canal which will connect the great city of Surges with the port ol Ilnyst The total cost in esti mated at nearly 15000000 frames of tfhich sum 25 OQOCOJ francis come from the Seat Prussia hus a great caiklizing chem irons the Rhiiie to the Elbe rut a yet it ia in embryo Tbe only parts ol it fOiii rci is tht Dorti uunl Enri cuual ifS miles long I Russia has some great canal R r i BLACK a DRAUGHT STOCK an- dPOULTRY MEDICINE Stock And poultry lave few troubles which arc not bowel and liver irrtUMilnritiVn Black Draught Stock anti Poullry Medicine is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It putt the organs of digestion In n prrfrt conllition Prominent American lrmelnrs and farmers keep than herd nnd flocks L ffivina thorn an occa sionaldo39ofBlankDrnti ht Stock aud Poultry MnliciiH in their foxi Any stock buy a 25oont halfpound airtight can of this mediciiKJ from iris dealer and keep histock in vigorous health for weeks Denlen generally keep Black Dratntut Stock and Poultry Medicine If oun does not send 25 cents for a sample can to ta lavnifacturcrs The i Chattanooga MuJicino Co Chat tanooga Rocca OA Jrn 30 tD0- 2DlckDraus1r Stock and Poultry Yediolne lathe host I erertrled Our stock WM looking bad when you seat me the medicine and now they are getting w line They are looking M pet cent betterS P BROOKINGTOH I fichemes but as yet they are merely schemes and the terrible cost of the war with Japan is likely to p spont tlulr execution lor m my years to cnntThi jjTeotevt of these elunus it for u canal right thtnu h JaroiIn RusI sia to connect time Buck sea with Lte Baltic and lo h c pIble uf rtcjunaio dating the juries niwlern biltiship Of course Ihecauul would notbav to be dug for the whole ol this tremen duns distance as navmible rivers and other existing waterways would be linked up Tile Russian Minis try ol the Interior announced lime time ajo that the construction of the wate way for large vessels of the navy IS considered impracticable at present But while tbe coSt of the war hai first to b = met it may be expected tat Russia will undertake this work us son a possible Her naval strength would be immensely Increased by a canal that woulden able her to transfer her Black sea fleet to the Laitic and vice versa The war has shown most palnly time uu desirability of having navil forces dispersedRussia also has a scheme to con nect RosloiTon the Danube with the Sea of AziT by a deepwater canal capable of accommodating ocean steamships It has been approved by Prince Khilkoff Russian Minister of Ways and Communications but it will probably be also held up by tin vrar These are only n few of the canal project in veriuus harts of the world today but they suffice to show that toe railway hat nut put the cabal out oi business and is not very likely 1to fl FO The Dominion of Canada Is fortu nate in the matter of canals It hap a system ol canal river and Like navigation over 2 700 miles In length and vessels Jrtut tile lake ports reach tht Atlantic without breaking bull Up to 19JI SI4 4 544 had been spent in Canada on canals for construction alone Millions more have been spent since then and great sheuie fur extending the system are projected About thirty thousand vessels carrjing over five million tons ni freight annuelly lass through the Cara Han seas This is an exprtS3tve showing but the United states paid well over 2 30 000000 for its thirty principal canals Vwentyfiv of those waterways cot over a million dollus each and tour over ten millions apiece The most expttikivtf w s the Erie canal which cost over SoriooJ0 The PunHIM a Canal and the New Voik State bnrge canal will bath cost UIOIL tuone titan the Suez canal shicri was constructed fur f uoooa ooo Whey at v Itt pr ient lar greater engineering difficulties Another great canal scheme that is likely to Ot rnuzjd in the course ol the ixt two or three years is the cutting of a drep nter chauitel In twtcn St I uis Rd Cuicix but at present it her not alvanced bejon1 tHe stage ol pinn und surveys Cbamberlsuiis Stomach and Liver 1uhleto are becoming a iiivoritu for tonuiuli troubles and constipation For subs by nil druggists Hard on the Host James known Potter was talking bout ubsenlmindeciricss Usually he said the errors of the nlsjntminded are merely ludicrous They doit cause embarms went or latn The last time I was thought I witnessed a piece of absent mindedness that was embarassing and painful to the last degree I was dining in Oxford and the guest of honor was a bishop He was old and mild and thoughtful and I was not surprised to hear from my neighbor that his head was continually in the clouds and his thoughts continually wandering- It seems that this bishop had once lived in the house of our host That fact probably way what caused him to forget that he was dining out Aa the dinner a rather poor one drew to a close he turned to his wife and said II My dear Im afraid we must nounce this cook nnothtr InilureI A Mean Advantage fnmllrIphysician I must positively rlrse 1to untferake to cure you unless you promulse solemnly to obey me I I solemnly promise replied the ml1l1I well Now first of all give me your check In full for my last I hill It 9 W5Hs rJ SnV0- I for Puce Barrie1 Sores iA ltMANLY naYS MEAN MANLY MENI Kliuip your boy with a STEVENS and let Mm enjoy nature and Ihe Invigorating ott ol sliootlne ntKc great out of door FIKI ARMS are llullablu Snfp mill Accurntu they have had these qualities uncc 18oi We manufacture n complete line of I RIFLES PISTOLS SHOTGUNS For Sale by nil dealers There are a lew ol them left Itctter tend in NOW t Ir that ingenious week which we forward on re rcint ol 4 cents In 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they were engaged Miss Hatt is rather n handsome woman nnd she has n strong j iw The coin plnintnnt soys duct you have saute jewelry bestowed by Mr 1 Gregson began the opposing ut tomey Thats true she stidIdnd a sol itaire glistened on the third linger of her left hand 1hecowplalntantsayathntyoutic cline to sui render sold property continued the attorney Thats nil right raid Miss nil as she examined hnndt ome clasp nt her throat Johne eyes tnll3n d the movement It was one ol hit pres Cats Yon might tell tilt court nbniit it1 suugestfd the attorney Well it was like this hrjrnn lira putt You see John na suitor I hart whir queer ideas itbout marriage You It now jtom j women welt until idler itinniugr he tae they learn much rIb nit their hnHbinda I dont believe in that 111111 I wanted to know somtthlng stout John before I becimc his wileQuite right interrupted the jus tier quite tight It Your honor n husbintl should he patient No man can be a good hUli baud who does not posses patience Well one evening I put John to tetII knew he teas coming So I n lets other mae friends around Of course I did not tell John Neither did I tell the other men that anybody elM would he present John did not t seem to like it I whispered that all r would he well if be would have pa tteice that he could renaln longrrI than the rest hut your new Into n passion and left first I knew right then that John did not have any patience II Must have been a disappoint neat commentid the justice It was indeed When I realized ttv John did not possess patience I WIM convinced that I va not going tJ be ideally happy Still I thought a pwt deal of John and I decided toI glv him mother chntiCf If the r one thing Unit is certain to tmike a I home happy it isahusbind who it oll 1 4 fussy I wanted to know about John before I mmriid him Two or three times 1 invited him to dinner and did UK rural 1 could J hn wid the dinrurs vrt r rxc i lent and be ilsinUil on hnviitu the ctrunifiiiy Jt rfrntdst once but I I wanted ha ht be ceitaiu So one tiny t I inviter nun to dinner rind spoiled everything The dinner wit tUhl- i watched him Ile did tint say touch about the soup I later leurned that he Wi s expecting better things ihe meat was not exactly to his Iktig but he still bal hopes of the naiad aWhen that came and he had tast ed it his expression wits dark Put he still thought that the deceit night be the redeeming feature It wis not and John was angry allhrough He was not pleafnnt that afternoon He did not ray much but the little that he did say would not have cnnstd t any girl to leave a comfortable hone to go with him I was disippolnted John had not come up to cxp ciu tions But I thought a lot of him and gave him just one more trial L Very kind of you Indeed and VI 1ft there was sarcasm in tin tone of the 4 lawyer for the opposition Yes I thought thnt If ho would prove constant I would forgive nil else but my eyes had been opened I was not expecting any heavenly ex Istence with John But I did believe that he would be constant So I went about with another fellow and what j do you suppose that John diM He pouted for a couple of weeks and then sued for the return of the engagement ring and some other jewelry thai he had glvenwlII reft Well I move that she turn over the jewelry began the attorney for the oppositionWell retorted Mhs t31ik r GIRLS SECRETAunt Ciiwie came to visit us and she saw I was nervous had the fidget nil the time and she asked me many questions girlitsconstitution thats out of kilter You it right down now anti write a letter to Pr at liiiflalo N Y tell him all your longbeforeover tny tase and telling me just what to lo I late my present happiness and little Cupids return to tin very tlav I sat down to write that letter to Dr fierce for his I advice was so goad and his Favorite Pre fcriptiun winked MICA a contpUte chance in me that now my chctrfiin s and good health not to say anything of good looks are restored to me I have weiproprietors sinkers of Doctor Pierces Prescription now feel forIIUIlII reasonable trial of their Intuit of cure It is iiatutij that a uonmn who has bencnieil of winiiiinly iliense by Favorite i I Prescription should believe that it wrll cine other It is natural too that sheI should tecommeml to other women the istI lreseripriot i eight years- pectsllonN nl woiW hat been well but it isnt my fault that he Ml Hhort i Justice Richardson said that he would have to consist the case for a few days Chronic Diarrhoea Cu IodIMr Walter Richardson of Trout vine Va had an attacl of diarrhoea that came near ending his life Hin physician had fuihd to relieve him and the liticant bail become chronic when im began lining Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy It soon cured him and he now recommends that preparation when ever an opportunity oilers For sale by all druggists in Greatest of Imitators Japan Is deeply in dehtto the world at large Sue lips borrowed everything she parser StS except her shrewd ness and beautiful native costume She borrowed her religion from Chi na giving up nothing for it but merely adding it to that which she already jossssed Her language- Japanese as she Is spoke today is a conglomeration of all languages on a foundation of pure Japanese written with Chinese characurj which she also harrowed of her Western neigh bar along with ruloH ism The an cient Japanese perfected the nut of successful borrowing and modern Japan has developed it Into a science possiIhle Jpncaf rltr molds it into conform ty with Jnpitis cl amcUrlMics and in many cases chants its original form nltnrether Sitv Commodore Perry fn led Into the hy of Ycddo In 1853 site has borrowed on In unlimit fd Sal nnll syntematiraMy front every corner of the globt She doesnt lusllae to borrow ttalvm irks w iiib are not registered in Japan She goes to Ktigland or America Germiiy or Frmce and buys anything she happens to think might meet some of her own necessities add IIn her resources her attrnctlvem s or her pkasure and bringing it ncios seas conies It name and all and sell it as a Japanese product Everything that Is not protected against her and which appeals In the slightest degr e JOJpat1Iwill appropriate without an Instants hesitation smiling all the time withIi that shrewd suavity which healthyminded American feel like I eXIpresRcountrymen who have lived In Ja pan There are few useful commodities manufactured in America that may not be found in Japan masquerading under avery thinly Japped American trade mark or sometimes not masquerading at all And along with everything else they have appropriated came the American spirit of adver tising which is the funniest thing in Japan counI I being then unplanted rice swamps and all along on both sides of the I r railroad were glaring enormous bill boards sign boards standing up on the regulation stilts so familiar to travelers through New Jersey or anywhere else in America for that matter FROM SOUTH AFRICA Now Way of Using Chamber lains Cough Remedy Mr Arthur Chapniau writing from Durban Natal South Africa sas- lAs a proof that Chamberlains Remedy is a cure suitable for old and young I pen you the following A neighbor of mine had a child just over two months old It shada very bad cough and the parents did not know what to give it I suggest ed that if they get a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and put sonic upon the dummy teat the baby was sucking it would no doubt euro the child This they did noel brought about a quick relief and forirMistake in Stamps By a simple error in the grit tine ol a set ol stHinps the value is enor mously itirruacd to collectors A short time ago n Dutch stamp was printed ytllov Instead of blur A week later these stamps were srH at- c great premium A New Zealand prteditpsidehrgesum Among Hngllbh tamps for old red penny with the platt No 255 If alutd by collectors nod the small pink hull penny with I lte Xo 9 is tot worth less then 21 It U wild that the platt of the Litter WitS broken soon IIfrer it came into use 111r1fa9 never replaced henc the value ot the lew ttamps printed Iran I if It is always a qmstlon with am ateurs whither to buy their stamps nstd or unused But it is fate on a I rent rcctsionsuch as the Jubilee orI Exposition yar to buy them he postmark I Coach Excursion to Worlds exICommencing Sept iSth conch iirsion tickets will be Fold Irom I efver Dm lo St Louis and return on wtsnesjlayd to 7 days for teturn except that no picket will be limited later than Dee I 2nd These tickets not good in sleepi tug cars S B VAx MFTKR Agt may How Much One Should Eat O ie of the much di cuSd ques tions of the day nn which three ere Imost as many opinions as Individ J Loss of Hosh When you cant eat breakfast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great strength giver Those who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all boneflesh blood and nerveFor invalids for con valescents for consumptives for weak children for all who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and com fortable food and a natural tonicScotts Emulsion for bone flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sample pictureInthe wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY 50c and 1 t oil druggists r uals is the quantity of food oneshuuld eat Doctors all agree that the ma jority of people eat too much Babies how the day of their birth are forced to eat too much and they grow up with this artificial appetite The most reasonable estimate yet made is probably that which fixes one twentieth of the average weight of the body as the average daily quantity required If you weigh 140 pounds you should consume seven pounds of food This Includes drink AS well as solid food But it is ridic ulous to set down a bard and fast rule Such a quantity might kill some and t here is a cane on record of a man wasting away on a diet of seven or eight pounds of food a day He cut down his diet to three quarters of a pound of liquid and the same of sol id food and ai a result he grew stout and lived to a ripe old age Chamberlains Cough Reme dy is Pleasant to Take The finest quality of granulated loaf sugar is used in the manufacture of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the roots used in its preparation give itu flavor similar to maple syrup making it quite pleasant to take Mr W L Roderickof Poolesville Md in speaking of this remedy saye I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy with my children for several years and can truthfully say it is the best preparation of the kind I know of The children like to take it and it has no injurious after erect For ale bnll druggists m- Ills u Third Venture Am din de place who yo gUs H cense asked a dark klnned citi ziti as he approached the window in City Treasurer Dorians office recent ly says the Padticah Sun Not not exactly explained Treasurer Dorian but you do the most important rart of it here pay your money Then you step across the hall over there to Capt Henry Bailey who will give you your moneys worth although hes a Democrat What kind of a license did you want I jes wants a raahhlage license sah Well were just out of them any how responded Col Dorian who Is something of a practical joker We had quite a rush last week and have a carload on the way now but they havent got here yet Yes tab mA the darkey Ise in no hubby It aint ma first time itll bj de thud time I dun been mah hied i ah Oh your third time is it Well you ought to be able to get one at reduced rates You just go over to the court house and ask County Clerk Graham for a license I understand his supply hasnt run nut and ht will probably make you one for a- reasonable amount sty about 2 Dont let him charge you move though I Yes sah1 drawled the datkey Ill tell im cat boss an1 obleeper to you IU he tempts to chawge me ovnh 2 Ill tell Mm now Ill jes tat untwel day iran roan dan to tit oity hall gins a nuw 5UCC Only Makes a Bad Matter WOIsaIIcrliBjih you never of it but the fact must bo apparent to every one that constipation hi caused 11a lack of water in the sys tem niul the caute drastic cathartic like the old fashioned pills only makes a bud matter worse Chamberlains Stomach and livor Tablets are much more mild and gentle in their effect and when the proper dose is taken their autuui is so natural that ouo can hardly realize it is the effect of a medicine Try a 25 cent bottle of them For sale by all druggists e O A STdRXABears the1ha Kind You Have Always Bought Signature 1IAdj u The Worlds Fair When a man meets his ideal he usually finds that he isnt hers Many A tuRn would get n divorce if he wasnt afraid that somehow or other he would be inveigled into mar rylng again Every year is leap year but the men are so foolish that they actually think they do the proposing them pelves las queer how many years a girl can be 24 years old The best man at the wedding is the minister if his fee is over 10 If women were sailors they would trim the sails with rassementerie or chiffon at the very least fI eelsAsVgctao tingthe5lomnchsardBowclsor Ii Promotes DigestionCheerful- nessandReshContainsneither ji i OpiumMorphine norJIiueral Nor NARCOTIC Aperfccl Remedy m t ilWormsFacsimile Signature oP 1ir INEV YORK t r CA i 1 CO91O WRAPPER tlM R J YUJtrr NI11 r J 1 lF Tltll NCW TCRK CRT rr 1 o7iI 4I1l Why nlvnuse It cures and at onto It relieves the pnngn of n living death All cnsee of lIlee CUll ho cured by n snrglcal hut you would rather hUI Illes- urell without tilt knlle 11tltltlS OSI11I 1I1 CtHf will do It bythe i thaitineaI Co hue For ante by J H Hartford t V I at I I A1Brie j- CAMERA R 0Plnle Our enable us to furnish cameras of the grade at prices which cannot be met Send for illustrated catalogue telling all about our 27styles and sizes Free CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature ofU In- USB 1 For Over Thirty Year- sCASJORIA CENTAUR eCIIpA IThecompletely operation Mttdeonly Jcltchfthl WILLIAMS Ky Photography for th- eAMATEUR Hall its Former host facilities highest The famous Porn BucKEye and American i Cameras Genuinely good in every detail Film or Plates as you choose Absolutely new models i 480 I II 4x5POCO I I II AMERICAN CAMERA MFG COI946 St Paul St ++H+++++++ JiH+f++ ++++++++333 to Ii FEMACURA+ + Many remedies for Female Diseases nre on tbu market but the only one that + + has proven to bo an absolute and positive cure for till forms ol 10KKSIACtMlA A single trial will convince tin nst skeptical of ite nlmont ml J rnculoull curative powers Made only bv the JEtTCIIIJEIU IIItIUIICli CO + + Inc For mile bykM J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky +titI I + t+++M X fr B +otH o + g o +++ + 10 qdlI e Hartford Republican Issued by the llnrtforcl Iuliltahlng Company INCOItlORAVKD C K HBIIJIEUor TE +IrfIiCITEy OvsrntorlarjsS 34 ouGh 1 vGr2FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2- 5ANNOUNCEMENTS FORCOLTY JUDGE We ore nuthorlzc to niiiiouncn W II Taylor nil n iiiiiilldntc for the offlw of County Judge of Ohio county subject to tin notion of the Ilepub Jlcnn party FOR KKIHKSrNTATlVK AV nro nutliorliiil to ntinonnco CC llennl HH a cuuillilnto fur the olllro of Itiiirecentatlvi of Ohio county subject to the nctlon of the Uctiiiti lean party J AVe lire authovlzcil to announrp L S MASON n n uiimllilnti for the nillif of liiiinwntnllvo Ohio county subject to the nctlon of the Hipub Ilvuii party roil COrXTY IOtTIlT VIrKK Vic are authorized to annonncp 0 Ha vln Itnynl no a catiilliliito for the otllce if County Court Clerk of Ohio County milijoct to t lionet Ion of tilt Itepubllcnn party Wo are authorized to announce Wllbnrn Tln loy ilK cniiillilnte for the olllw of County Court Clerk of Ohio utility citlijott to thu action of th lUpnbllcan party AVe are iintliorizeil to announce Kverett 1 Taylor 1111 a candidate for the olllre of County Court Clerk of Olio county subject to the action ut the llcimbllcan party Jolt COUNTY ATTOItNKY- AVearoauthorlted to nnnounco K M Wood ward ifs a candidate for the olilce of County At torney of Ohio county subject to the action of the Itepubllcnn party run siiKinrr AVe are authorized to announce It II Martin lie II candidate for the olilce of Sheriff of Ohio county Hubjeet to the action of the republican partyWo ore authorized to announce ioon W Rowe of Centortown ax a candidate for the of ace of Sheriff of Ohio county subject to the action of the Jtepubllcan party rim JAILKK- Ve nro authorized to announce JAMKS L MORTON as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Ohio county subject to the action of the lie publican party We are authorized to announce OSCAR MID KlFTasii candidate for the otllce of Jailer of Ohio county subject to the action of the Itcpnb llcun party We are authorize to announce Clell Smith of Hartletts precinct IIH n candidate for the otllc of Jailer of Ohio county itnbjvct to the action of the Kepubllcnu party We are authorized to announce W If Lyons ifs a candidate for the office of Jailer of Ohio county subject to the action of the Republican partyWe are authorized to annouinceTllFO ALLEN as u candidate for the obis of Jailer of OUtocoiin ty subject to the action of the Republican party pOItMIffVEYOR We are authorized to announce NATHANIEL MOXLEVasa candidate fort eomceofSare or Ohio county subject to the action of the 1I ubllcan party roil A83KNHOK We are authorized to announce L jerry Ioney us a candidate for the office of Assessor of Ohio vounty mibject to the action of the Itepubllcnn partyWe are authorized to announce SAM W LlACH IIH a candidate for the office of AsHW or of Ohio county subject to the action of the lie publican party roil SOPEIHTEXI EXT We are authorized to announce LAMES M PoWEKSE as a candidate for the office of Super inteiiditit of Schools of Ohio county subject to the action of the lUpnbllran party roil MAfllHTJlATl We are authorized to announce JOHN M HIIIIrz lisa candtdatu for the office of Mapls trait of the Cromwell dlstrlrt subject to tbe ac thou of the licputillciin party I ASH Mexico is to adopt the gold standard ONLY six more days of the Great I St Louis Exposition j u IN ALL probability the next Worlds Fair will inherit the airship problem to MISSOURI has given notice that herI connections with the solid South nrAI severedIONLY two were killed and four seriously hurt in a 80000 fire at theI St Louis Fair last SllturdayI TIm issue of Democracy in 1908 I might he found in the shupe of explanation of the why of 1901 11I LIDouglaselected Governor of Iussachusettsc ofTin still small voice conscience would need to use a to gain an audience Wit IIple oatNow TIIK report the paye wagon ofa great circus has been re lievedof 8JO000 by the magic hand of the robberIONE week from next Monday Congress will convene in regular annual session It will in all probability beI 11 session until March 4 tit next I VIJRV qiustionnble reports come irom Colorant to 1u cirCt that the yoinMt vrrr trft election otIic lr i tl In I A sicesAOE of amity and good wit from President Roosevelt to Presi dent Amador of Panama by Wit liam H Taft Who could import good will better EXGOVERNOR FRANK S BLACK of New York would fill with honor to himself and credit to the nation the AttorneyGeneralship in Presi dent Roosevelts cabinet A IWONZE statue of Frederick th Great was presented by Emperor William to the United States last Saturday It was received hy President Roosevelt on behalf of tli country COI W J BRYAN has made hisI initial move to regain controlof what remains of the Democratic party He has sent out quite a number of personal letters to prominent radical invitingIa r the reorganization of the shuttered remnants of Democracy THE tender of the isthmian canal commissionership by President Koose velt to Senator Cockrell who ha been Democracys Senator from Mis souri for a quarter of a century when there are thousands of good Repub licans qualified for the place does not indicate that the President is the excessive partisan that Democratic campaign howlers characterized him as being RECENT Democratic primaries over the State have been fraught with highway robbery and the rankest rascality The man who perpetrates fraud in a local convention or primary invariably brings odium on himself and a curse on his party The independent voter is so manifest in recent elections that stolen nomi nations are practically valueless The fact that a man is a political scoun drel makes him none the less a scout drel IT is urged by a leading Democrat of Georgia that the electors of all the Southern States cast their rote in the Electoral College for Roosevelt and thus make his election unanimous He says that everyone concedes the President to be a good man and man of right intentions and that for the Democratic electors to cast their ballots for him would show the North that the South is not fighting them and that it is not the purpose of the South to make a mere factional opposition Such a suggestion willof course meet the approbation of but few Southerners but in not the distinguished Georgia Democrat about correct Would it not indicate a submissive and obedient spirit on the part ot the Southerner and in a meas ure reunite a sectional country Ox tomorrow at one oclock in the several precincts of the county the deleIgatesfor the various county offices The candidates for County Judge County Attorney Superintendent of Sclools and Surveyor are without opposition There is a sharp und spirited rivalry for the other nominations All the aspirants are excellent gentlemen and it matters not who receives the nominations a splendid ticket is as sured Every Republican should at IIplCSSdefeated for not all can win should submit gracefully to the vicissitudes of political fortune All the aspir ants for the various nominations are practically young men with a bright political future before them TheI county is safely Republican and will continue to be so if all Republicans- will unite in their support of the par tys nominees whoever they may be Those who are not unsuccessful this time will have the best claim to endorsement four years hence THANKSGIVING which was observed throughout the country yesterday by devotion and thanks to the Deity for I the blessings of the past year and by festivities and merriment has sugnifi cance beyond that usually ascribed to it The custom is reputed to be of great antiquity having been borrowed as porno declare from the Mo tic law This however is doubtful j Sutvihstnttding the Hebrew were 10 rl to C lu blMO A Jlleni harvest 0t Iare inclined to the belief that the custom in the Uunited States was imported from Holland where the Harvest Home festival is an annu al feature Be this as it may the origin of Thanksgiving day in the United States is due to the early settlers of New England The pioneers being almost destitute of food or rain went had designated a day which chanced to be Thursday as a dayof dadeprevious ships laden with plenty of provision and supplies arrived und instead of fastening and prayer thee day was spent in festivity and prayer ful devotion Throughout the colonial lays in the New England States they were ol annual occurrance and during the Revolutionary War con gross repeatedly recommended the sorting apart of a day to bo devoted exclusively to Thanksguing and prayer Prior to the Civil War the Thanksgiving proclamations were is sued by the Governors of these carol Statessince that period the President issues the proclamation and desig nates the days SMALLHOUS- Nov 23Rev Boggess tailed to fill his appointment at Equality Sunday Mr Love Bullock and family were the guests of his brother Mr Joe Bullock Saturday night and Sunday Mrs P L Wood and little daugh tees Ethel and Anny Ceralvo spent Saturday night and Sunday with her sister Miss Maggie Hunter Miss Ethel Hunter was the guest of Miss Fannie Davis Saturday night Mr Cluster Ovetton and family were the guests of Mr C E Overton and wife Saturday night and Sun dayMisses Leila Huuter Eula With row Mary Ball and Jennie Withrow and Messrs Erskine Fuluerson Bill Addlogton Lewis Fulkerson and S m Durham attended the protracted meeting at the Point Saturday night Mr Lee Overhula attended meeting at the Point Sunday night Mrs R D Hunter attended church at West Providence Sunday night Mr R P Bennett and family Beda were in in our midst Saturday night sad Sunday niceaturkey dinner Sunday in honor of Mr Overtons birthday There were Several present and all enjoyed the day fine News has reached here of the HC rious mess of Mrs Virgie Stevens Utica Mrs Stevens is tbe daughter of Mr William H French of this coun ty and a most estimable lady and her many friends will regret to hear of her illness Miss Sopha Balls was tbe guest of her brother Mr R B Balls Rockport- Mr and Mrs Ed Balls were the guests ot Mr Atville Balls Rockport Saturday and Sunday WALTONS CREEK Nov 22School at this place Is progressing nicely under the manage WilliamsI Beaver Dam a lew days last week Mr Oscar James and Miss Nellie Fielden Mr Mack Williams and Miss Mattie Stevens Mr Wilson Montgomery and Miss Kate Bennett Mr Roscoe Bishop and Miss Eflie Stevens attended church at West Providence last Saturday night Mr Ollie Williams made a flying rlp to Beaver Dam last Sunday even ingMiss Gilda Ashby is visiting in Providence Tommie Grigsby of Dundee visited in this community Saturday and SundayThe debating society is progressing nicely nt this place Herman Maddox visited his parents near Rockport Saturday and Sun dayHealth In this community Is very good TWO SALVATIONS Two Creations One Heaven Three Hells Etc Doctrine Taught By Rev G 0 Barnes Hardinsburg Ky NOT 22 The Rev George O Barnes the widelyknown Kentucky evangelist is preaching a series of seven ser- I molts at the court lions the first Herman being delivered Ust Thurs play cveiin He tenches two cren tuir Iwy alvti tso huh 1 n n I ScrofulaI- s very often acquired though generally inherited Badhygiene foul air impure water are its causes It is calledathe soil for tubercles and where it is allowed to remain tubercu losis or consumption is pretty sure to take roo- tHoodsSarsaparilla Removes every trace of scrofula Get Hoods I For testimonials of remarkable curs tend for Book on Scrofula No I C L Hood Co Lowell Mass am He denies vigorously that he In a unlver a hot but pre chps that everybody wil finally bi saved That Rev fiat ties is a scholarly tan is very evident and he says many things thut anybody rii hardily com mend but to say the least most of his doctrines can not b denominated orthordoxIt Barnes desire In tMiver thetutevtn sermons at the county sent ot every county in the state He has been engnged in his undertaking for three yearn aid this is tile ninetieth county in which he his tclted He codecs only cnou i m my to pas current expenses Vn lever else may be said of his semim t ttuy are decidedly enUrtainin null orig inal fGENERAL INTELLIGENCE Twentysix gusher witha to tal Initial capacity of 3 415 rvrds were drilled in during lilt pus week in Wtst Virginia Ohio Intnunu and KentuckyBy burningof a tenement building in brooklyn twelve persons were smothered to death and two others were so badly burned that they cannot survive President Roosevelt was the pun cipal speaker at the anniversary celebration at St Patricks church and the dedication of Carroll Hall in Washington Cardinal Gibbons also spokeThe vacant Isthmian Canal Com misttionersblp has been tended Sen ator Cockrell of Missouri by the President with the assurance that it he feels his health will not permit of acceptance he may have an interstate Commerce nmts4oaership Sena tor Cockrell has not decided whether he will accept the offer There is a remarkable portrait of John D Rockefeller as he is today the first real portrait of the man take en in many jcars Mr Rockefeller was 65 years old on July 3th but in this picture hairless and haggard he looks many years older Forest fires have been raging In Ill inois Kentucky and Kansas for the past few days Much damage has been reported A farm hand made an unsuccessful attempt to coo a bank at Platte Cen ter Neb After shooting und wound lug the cashier he fled hut was quickly captured hy n sheriffs pfSee William Holcrafr a wellknown farmer of Scutt countywett to his bUll cm nis throat and then st fire to the building His chaired remains were found in the debns On the ground that the cliitolor who authorized the loan Wrsign runt of the purpi s s ft r vhich the money was to be applied an oidtr was made in the Circuit Cuurt at St Louis di rectui the teturn of 75toi tht boodle fund paceil on deposit by the Suburban Railroad Company to bribe member of the House of Delegates Notice I have at last received n shipment of sufliciert copies of the new com mon school law to supply every dis trict In the county Trustees will have to call or send to my office to procure same PS they cannot be mailed JAS lit DEWEKSE S C S Ohio County License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last issue Energy Moore Hartford to Katie Bell Hoover Hartford O W Wil liams Beaver Dam to Lidia C Stevens Bearer Dim Burt Burton Ren del to Jessie Dowell Render W L Whitler Fordsville to Mattie MayI Miller Fordsville CJ AAX c nr1 8 Bean the1i8 Kind You Have Always OoMI i JraufO L I r kt4 1biT = ee4 bit Ps44i f 4 If you do we are ready to take your order J ti for anything you need in the printing line i e We print yI- I rItt4i Letterheads per ream of 500 125 j t Noteheads per ream of 500 100 j t 4 Statements per team of 500 100 fcj Jn t It Billheads per renal of 000 125 bit 4 1rcvcriition Blanks per 1000 100 tt Jj lUisine ti Cards Visiting Ctirdp Wedding Invitations fj J Clircuhiis Dodgers all sixw of Hand IilLs ill fact U i8 Q o very tiling that is printed in a iivlclass print j 4 wimp Prices lowest live us your order Work b1t- L II 3 promptly attended to jj 44 U rTiIE REPUBLICAN 9- Ci t 9 4 0 Ci w j i CL c r s YV tit Mr Wtf VV V V + V 9M YWyVYV AyM4 L GUNS GUNSI1I eve just ruin a luge line ol Shot Guns Rifles Target Guns Ammunition Shells Etc And rcsptclflll1Mk tnu to c II and see thr largest anti hist line of Shut Guns ver in HnttlorJ II PRICES THE LOWEST CARSON BROS Grocerymen Hartford Ky u n 01Jw +w J O EP EAItNES BRO E Our buyer has just returned from another visit to Fashions headquarters The seasons choicest creations in Millinery Dross and Waist Material of Silk Wool and Cotton Brown icadyniade Skirts Brown Materials for iueILadies Fashionable Outer Garments tIt is an established fact among fashionable dressers mpsHndithat E P Barnes Broshows y by far the most compre t i right up to the minute in style form and finish i Knit Underwear Department For Men Boys La E diesMisses and Chil then unequaled for Farmers durability and fit In Wool Wool and Cotton and t all Cotton See our re malka bIt showing of underuruItfiIcbuy log your winter supply Childnns Vest and I ants in t I medium weight Cotton each Inc Lathes Vest and Pants in Gray Mixed and Cream 1 each 2u Boys Shirts old Drawers in Brown ileeced each 2oc Misses and Chil t dren Gray Cotton Union HuitIh 2cMous Heavy Cotton Shirts and Drawers lleeced C f values eachoflc Ladies heavy weight llccred ill iacot I and Sea Island Cotton Vests ad Pants each 50c Latlies Heavy Gray Cotton Union Suits Oneita Brand fc 1 f i ftIto At prices that ElhWo make a specialty o f t 1 XJrhigh grade Trunks and Suit Cases Wo can sell 1 t Trullfromt eachAlsot Bring us your Corn Potatoes Onions Apples and intrequirements season t W 4pw L E P a i31Qa r c ate BC I 47rt i 7r r K rto t Hartford Republican It tFRIDAY NOVKMniiR 25 tIt illinois Central Railroad Time III Table UnIlitlllIIPt Soulli Hound 1111 iliitllit ii HI No till ii air IN I i m Nniai slut ta aii in Lit l Hlg line of odd Pants nt Sam Baths a 0New Cianberries tt City Restate Ut rnnt New Fins und Dates at City Res tniiinnt rehh Craclerd no to City Kcs flatlranl= Cream and Brick Cheese at City 9 It Restaurant tJW Sandefur Manda cnlltd to see Us Monday Try the Worlds Fair candy at City 4RestaurantJ II lorience Cromwell called to 4 See us Monday Fresh Oysters Fish and Celery at City Restaurant Nat Llnley Point Pleasant called S to tee us Monday C R Stevens Centertown called to see us Tuesday City Restaurant will be hill of god things lor Thanksgiving W W Loyd Barretts Ferry was aapleasant caller Monday yTheCity Restaurant feeds tile peo Everything upto date An elegant new line ol Neckwear 0- I just received at Sam BAchs ITrythose sweet and sour pickles at City Restaurant So Rood Big line ol Sterling Clothing for Men and youths at Sam Bnchi For a nice hot meal or lunck ol caurflc you go tothe City Restaurant Read Fair list ol Home Goods for Monday and Tuesday next bargains there fNew Milinery Goods at Economy Ladles trimmed Hats from i 50 Up- Everything cash nothing charged at Fairs Red Ticket Sale Monday and Tuesday The Economy Store for your Boys Suits A large new and uptodate line to select from Leave your Laundry at Cleve Her s grocery Wotk guaranteed Prompt delivery46t1Mrs Rowan Holbrojk and little daughter Miriam visited relatives in Louisville the first of the week 4 The Infant daughter of Mr nnd tMri L M Phipps Centerlown died last Monday night of scarlet fever Remember the Red Ticket Sale at Fairs la only for Monday and Tuts day You cant aflorl to stay nt home We are just In receipt ol another ease ol blue pound prints You must come quick if you want a bundleofitC- ANSON Co r 1New Cloaks just received ut the Economy Store Seethem You will t get the worth ol your money in every t d tgarment l = For a scholarship lu the Bowling G een Business College address TIIR RrrunucAN tHnttlorrl Ky Full line of Clothing High grade goods at low priced See our line and save money ECONOMY DRY GOODS STOKE IEAcomplete hne ol Mens Ladies and Childrens Hamilton f t Shoes every pair guaran t jteed can be found at Sam Bachs t If yon dont buy your clothing from us we both lose Our prices are t always the lowest ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE An elegant line ol Ladles Dress Skirts can be found at Sam Bachs Dont Fail to see them before pur chasing elsewhere s t Largest and best line ol Ladles t Misses and Childrens Furs every E brought to Ohio County See them t ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE a Fort SALFA scholarship 1n the and Stratton Business College datLouisville Apply at Tin Ru J in DWCAN Offi e Oilean Molasses At Carson Bros Buy your Millinery gooey at Econ omy Store If you need Groceries come to or telephone CARSON Co Nicest line of fancy goods in Hart ford at City Restaurant If you need Clothing come to CARSON Co Cheese Sausage Dried Beef and Crackers at City Restaurant All readytowear Hats at half price ECONOMY STORE Dont miss Fairs Red Ticket sale next Monday and Tuesdays Bring your Chickens Turkeys an Eggs to CARSON Co Highest cash prices paid for all kinds of Furs At Sam Bachs II you need school or any uther kind ol Shoes come to CARSON Co Get your meals when in Hartford at City Restaurant Just what yo want Mr Arbln Petty ol Harrisburg At k is visiting his mother Mrs R R Wedding Prescriptions filled day or night BROWN MERCANTILE Co- McHenry Ky Money relundtd toeyery distatUfud customer at Fairs Red Ticket Sale Monday and Tut slay Bring your Turkeys Chickens and Hides BROWN MERCANTILE Co McHenry Ky IJ you want the best goods for the lowest price come to CARSON Co Buy our Scholarship In the Marshy Business College located at Louis ville Position guaranteed All kinds of produce wanted BROWN MERCANTILE Co- McHenry Ky IA big line of Boys and Childrens as good as the best and as cheap a the cheapest at Sam Bachs Bring your furs to Sam Bach the Hartford merchant He will lake all you ve got and pay you the highest cash price Everything in a firstclass butcher dbop Is hereBROWN MERCANTILE CO- oMcHenry Ky County contention of the Ameri can Society of Equity has been culled to meet at Haynesville Ohio county Kentucky Saturday December 3rd 194 FOR SALEA Fourhorsepower Engine and Boiler been used about one month For particulars call on or address VIRGIL RENFROW Dundee Ky WANTEDTwo good blacksmiths who are able and willing to do all round blacksmith workF ALLEN 1713 Centertown Ky Dont fall to see the New Millinery at the Economy Store Trimmed Hats 150 Black velvet 200 and 250 Beauties MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH Mr John Drake died last Monday night at his home near Smallhous after a brief illness of typhoid flux His remains were Interred In the New Hope cemetery Tuesday at 2 oclock FOR SALE Seven acres with plen ty of buildings and everlasting wa ter 25 or 66 acres with same If desir ed i4 miles front public mines E M MILLER tf McHenry Ky ESTRAYED One black steer ont red steer one red heifer and one white and red heifer all about 15 months old and marked crop off right ear and split left ear Information concern Ingsamereward U S FAUGIIT Centertown Ky We accept with thanks the compliments of Miss Bessie Williams ol CrawleyLaln the form ol a beautiful piece of sheet music composed by her self and in which is shown a rare gUt of musical talent It isentitledHap py Times in the Sunny South and is dedicated to her mother Miss Williams has many friends here who will be glad to learn of her success in her chosen field The Hartford Herald says Before the robins nest again there will b wedding bells ringing hereabouts One of Hartfords most popular young women will soon be married to a fine young business man from n neighboring city But all this is a secret you know r John P Taylor who has been at tending school at Louisville return home Wednesday Mr and Mrs Lon Rogers Milton Ky are visiting Mrs Rogers parents Mr and Mrs J S Reynolds Fords ville For Clothing and Overcoats come to us We can fit you BROWN MERCANTILE Co McHenry Ky Mr W A Cole Narrows and Mr T C Bean Sulphur Springs who are jurors at the present term of court made us a pleasant call yester day beIx1915 on pictures range from Sc to 6 oo par dozen Come now and avoid the rush at the latter part of our stay tf Judges J P Little and C W Mas sey Qwemh Fro S P Roby Fords vllle D B Rhoads Beaver Dam and J T Rone Centertown are among CircuituCourt Eighteen indictments have been re turned by the present grand jury as fol lows ThreengnlnstGuynn Daugherty for furnishing Hqunr to a minor one against Robert Brntcher for carrying concealed a deadly weapononeagainst- f P Whlttaker lor unlawfully des mining a woman against her will one against Henry Stewart for furnishing liquor to a minor two against Henry Nan for selling liquor to minors two against Virgil MIls one for furnishI- ng liquor to a minor and one for damaging school house property two against Vergil Ranny forselling liquor to minors two against A T Nail for selling liquor to minors two against r B Dodson for selling liquor to mi1 lIars two against Lee Chinn for sell ing liquor to minors one against Walter Dick for carrying concealed t deadly weapon one against James Burden for unlawfully voting at Pres lential election one against H C Powers for shooting in sudden heat end passion one against Levy Allen for feloniously having intercourse rtlth a woman Thanksgiving Entertainment The most elaborate entertainment if the society season was enjoyed last evening when the young men ol Hartford entertained at the New Commercial with a Thanksgiving party In honor of the young ladles of the city Venous new games such as Bird Center Worth While Bunco Sher lock Holmes etc were indulged in intll a late hour when a very elaborate and elegant menu was served as followsBlue Points on Half Shell Queem Olives Native Celery Oyster Soup Reception Flakes Sweet Gherkins I Nut Sandwiches Croquettes Potato Chip Turkey with Dressing Cran I berry Sauce Peas in Turnip CupsI chicken Salad Sliced Tomatoes Beaten Biscuit Sherbet Sliced Pines apple Small Cakes Coffee Chteae Straws Fruit Thos present were Misses Ethel West rfield Effie Render Annie Patton Katie Thomas Wynona Stevens Willie Smith Anra Hudson Martina Bennett Mary Belle Burnett Mary Bennett Margaret Marls Cussie Riley Hettie Riley Artie Wedding Hattie 1arnett Fannie Cox Annie Collins Pearl Thor as Stella Woerner Lizzie Ford Allle Fleldea Arb Brown Ircue Miller Mary Kcown Reruyce Milkr Lillie Miller Elba Bean Met ss George Lewis Emory Schroeter Joe Miller Cleve tier Tom Wand Cliflord Schroeter Ira Bean Will Hurt- J M DeWeese Ike Sauderlur J C Casebler Marvin Moseley Van Br ant S S Cox Cecil Stevens Estill Park Arch Lewis Carlisle Render Chester Keown Charlie Bennett John P Taylor To be Married At New Providence Baptist church near McApee Mercer county on December 27th at 2 oclock p m Mr Jacob Dudly Coleman of Louisville and Miss Carrie Clinton Robinson oi McApee will Le united in marriage Dr T T Eaton officiating Miss Robinson is the oldest of WeC Robinson who belongs ti one of the eldest and most sudstnntial families in Mercer county She hay barn prominently identified with the edit cainl wmlrllupir ttl1t ht In li1 puLLc SCWI rvi Luc ec 1 i 6 i a young ladies bonding school where she achieved marked success for the j four years she has officiated as matron ot Elizabeth Hospital a private lusti tution at Lebanon Ky I MrColeman is the youngest son of i Dr J S Coleman deceased and is I highly esteemed for his agressive work along edu atora lines as a I teacher as well as for his general wholesDul social qualities He is now the junior member of the Cole man Brothers Wholesale Clothing House Louisville Ky Mr and Mrs Coleman will resideI in Louisville I Death of S B Plummer Roxey Ky Nov 21 19 4 Death has again visited our com munity and tot k from us our friend and neighbor S B Plummer who lived about lour miles southeast ofi Horton I Mr Samuel B Plummer was born j near Nocrcek Obio county Decem j btr 25 1839 Died November 13 194 age When 64Imarried to Miss Nancy M Leach and II settledon the farm where he lived continuously iI till his death He was the I father of nine children who urs all III living but oneICousin Sam as we called him wasII aa industrious prosperous farmer a good neighbor a kind father and a good citizen He was well and favorably I known and will be greatly I missedIt We wish to extend our deepest t sympathy to his bereavtd familyI J I LEACHI Slain From Ambush Morehead Ky Nov 23Sebren Profit a prominent citizen ot this I place was assassinated by unknown parties while hauling water from TrlpI let Creek to a cawmil one mile fromI here He was shot with a fortyfour caliber Winchester the ball entering his back just below the right sholder blade and coming out below the right nippleeo Profit wai evidently expecting trouble as he bad a Winchester rifle A shotgun and pistol on the falonIwith him when killed There Is great excitement and County Judge Tussey has wired Lex ington for bloodhounds to run down the assassins Quick Arrest J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Buck lens Arnica Salve quickly arrested further infitimmation and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drugist AAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAA i New Arrivals 1 fi AT fi S J Tichenors fi bit 4tOur buyer is again searching the markets that bit It Rour customers may have the benefit of the latest = t3 creations which fashion designs bit JJ Our Dress Goods g 41 Especially isof the latest designs of the largest i 41 manufacturers in the eastern market You can bit 3not help being pleased when you have a selection jjjj 11 from jOe per yard to 1 per yard Our dress bit makers are to interest as to sbit jjCionable garment readytowear before leaving our t8 building 3 Winter Wearttd3The appearance of cold days force us to buy 3 11 wearing apparel See us for your Cloaks jji Furs and Childrens Wraps Prices are Rock Bot b tt1b t1 Now when it comes to we feel that i tC1the most line of Overcoats and for ti jJi= Overcoats 250 to 19 suits 350 and up it = Our New House = tg In our new building we will show the most bit ttIIItcannot be duplicated Visit us in this department b= and be welcomed by its management = Great Millinery Display J Ir We feel to we are still makin this bb iJJpatrons b1 fiacquainted with the manager of this department IBt fi as as those who have never purchased of her i- to we wish to that we have that fash VT SJ1R= themost fastidious style The height of our ambi 43 iton is in serving our customers in a fair and honest J49 way by giving them good values close prices and g 4Q honest treatment Visit us that we may convince fr 40 you of our methods and goodvalues fi bit i S J TICHENOR McHenry Ky I il ppppppppprpparia Attention IIs called to our line of liens Youths and Childrens Clothing which we have re Of coived for our fall trade and put down at very low prices Wo handle the celebrated Sterling line for men and the Moncramake and Climax for youths and children We guarantee every suit we sell to give sat isfhction or money refunded As to price we quote fsizes2vS5 and up sizes 1319 Thirty childrens Suits at tIPantsand manufacture at very low prices Clothing is our specialty Call on us for bargains in this line ShoesWe handle the celebrated HamiltonBrown Shoes for men women and children Every pair guaranteed to give Satisfaction or another pair in its place Could illyou 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 winter e e r 9 Speola1s r All Calico 5c a yard Factory Cotton 5c Heavy aCotton Flannel Go Heavy Shirting Gc Good Socks 5c a pair ladies Hos f irt Suspenders three pairs for 25c fine line of ladies Tailormade Dress Skirts Jackets Capes and Childrens Cloaks Ladies heavy Dress Goods Etc As our space is limited we cannot quote you prices in detail but come to see us buy your full aJlp andwinter goods from us and we will treat you right We will give you the best jjJj J goods for the least money ffi iID SAM BACH HartfordC3 Q m r t i fi O 4 ff f- fljf rJ6fh tI1 gC J9 f0 tT IiG e cJC I i r PRAYER Delivered One Hundred and Twen tySeven Years Ago One hundred and twentyseven years ago the first prayer was delivered in the Federal Congress It was by Rev Jacob Dutche a man of great eloquence and was as follows as recorded In Thatchers Military journal of December 177 0 Lord our Heavenly Father high and mighty King of kings and Lord of lords who dost from Thy throne behold oil the dwellers on earth and relgnest with power su preme and uncontrolled over all the kingdoms empires and govern ments look down in mercy we be seech Theeon these American States who have fled to Thee from the roof d the oppressor and thrown them selves on Thy gracious protection de slung to be henceforth dependent on ly on Thee to Thee do they now look up for that countenance and support which Thou alone canst give take them therefore Heavenly Fther under thy nuturlng care give them wisdom in council and valor in the field defeat the malicious designs of our cruel adversaries convince them of the uprighteousness of their cause and if they still persist in their san guinary purposes sounding in their hearts constrain them to drop the treapans of war from their unnerved hands in the day of battle Be thou present 0 God of wisdom and direct the councils of this honorable assembly enable them to settle things on the best and surest foundation that the scene of blood may be speedily closed that order harmony and peace may we effectually restored and truth and justice religion and piety prevail and flourish amongst the people Preserve the health of their bodies and the vigor of their minds shower down on them and the millions they represent such temporal blessings as Thou seest expedient for them In this world and crown them with everlasting glory in the world to come All this we ask in the name and through the merits of Jesus Christ Thy Son our Savior Amen A Sure Thing It is said that nothing is sure ex cept death and taxes but that is not altogether true Dr Kings New Discovery for Conoumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testify to that Mrs C B VnnMeter of Shepherdtown W Va says I hada severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything I heard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Consumption Try it Its guaranteed by h Wayne Gnflin Dro Druggist Trial bottle free Regular size 50c 100 u For the Hands It is wlitr to prevent the hands in u being chapped than heal theta iiur the aiiBhitl in lone Every logo eeeper should have at hand a little bag filled with powdered slarch- w111 she shonl dust on her bands as often as they are wet especially if not going to wet them immediately as housekeepers sometimes have toI do A bottle containing one part of pure glycerine and three parts rose water sbould be kept on the washstand and applied to the hands as soon as they He washed ami dried by every member of the family and especially at nightMen work in the field will 6 ndI great help from rubbing vinegar into the hands Immediately after washing as this acid will kill the alkali in the soap Vinegar is very healing and if combined with corn meal will keep the hands in good shape and prevent chapping w The Best Liniment Chamberlains Pain Balm is considered the best liniment on the market write Post Bliss of Geor gia Vt No other liniment will heal a cut or bruse so promptly No oth er affords such quick relief from valllnablechest Give this liniment a trial andi become acquainted with its remarka Iitodruggists m I Robbery of Ranks I 111101 Jflulolknu i 11 l J icert COny u tlon of the American Bankers Asso elation show that there were fifty successful bank burglarsies in the Unit ed States and Canada during the year ending September i last Our Wes tern States lead in this record Nine of these burglaries took place In Nebraska and six in Iowathe two States having nearly onethird of the total number of successful bank burglaries placed to their account It is to the small towns of the West that this somewhat oldfashioned crime I now mainly confined The small towns of the Eastern States have frequent attempts at bank burglary but they are rarely successful and the thieves hardly ever get away with their swag when they have succeded in break ing into the vaults These Westtrj States claim however that the new fashioned method of robbing a bank from the Inside is less prevalent there than in the East dAFiTOR X aBn theThe Kind You HivBAIvvays BougU Slgnatue +et 7 Scraps of News An automobile hearse is the latest In the line of adapting the gasoline motor in every day nses There is not a single statue iu urn don to an Archbishop of Canterbury from Thomas A Becket to Randall Davidson Anticlericalism has gone so far in France that it is proposed to revive the declericulized calendar of the rev olu lion Living pictures clever and fin lshe representations of groupes taken from Dresden and Sevres china Hie very popular at one of the London Music HallsThe Norwegian government ha under consideration a petition that it should send the Flair with Otto Sverdrup as Captain on another North Pole search next year In England the best remedy for farm depopulation is held to be small farm holdingo It is stated that when ever a large farm is divided into small holdings the demand for the land usually far exceeds the supply- A man named Pat Murphy has obtained damages against the Cunard Company for wrongful detention He was mistaken for another of the seven Pat Murphys among the crew of the lines on which he served It is interesting to note that of the 38693 students enrolled in the Ger man university for the year now drawing to a close 3093 were foreign ers of whom 976 were Russians Fe male students to the number of I 314 were enrolled for the term The garments worn by the female factory workers in China are exactly similar to those worn by the males consisting simply of blouse and trous ors The trousers are fastened with a tight ligature around the waist and the blouse or jack t is worn loosely and reaching slightly below the hips is not tightened or fastened in anyway at the bottom The general commerce of New founca d during thefl cil year eml ing June 30 1903 amounted in vlue to 18 456 448 of which 8 479 944 represented imports an 9 96 54 exports The year preceedlnj tin combined imports and exp rilli mounted to 17389 c 9 while in 1899 they totaled only 13000 ooo Within time last ten yeas the uencr al commerce has increased 42 percent A Startling Tost To save a life 1r T G Meritt of No Mehooparty Pa made a start ling test resulting in a wonderful cure He writes a patient was attacked with violent hemorages caused by ulceration of the stomach I had often found Electric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed them The patient gained from the first and has not had an attack in 14 months Electric Bit ters are positively guaranteed for Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation and Kidney troubles Try theto Only 50c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros She Willed It Once there was a young bride who believed In Will Power If I will a thing I know it will come aboutshe used to say This young woman loved her husband very much and was loathe to have him out of her sight One evening he had to meet- a man down town and she was left parlorIshewould come back Suddenly an idea j struck her I kuow what Ill do she said to herself Ill will that he come home That will hrirg OUI16I bride willed and willed After five minutes of willing she heard a step on the walk Next she heard it on the porch I knew it would bring him she said and then she flew to the door and kissed the approaching man squarely in the mouth Imag ine her chagrin upon releasing him to hear him say Thats very nice maam but is Brlgett in She had kissed the hired girls fiance Moral The mind is strong but the eyes sigt is more reliable tQulokArrest J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Buck tens Arnica Sal re quickly arrested further inflammation and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 25e at Z Wayne Griffin tL Bros Drugist DREAMS CAUSED DEATH Young Man Had Seen Faces of I Little Girls He Was Accus ed of Wronging Frederick Ewe a young tradesman of New York who always hnd borne a Rood reputation until he was arrest ed ten days njro on charges made by two little jrMs illfd in his cell in the Jersey City jiI Tuesday It is be licvtd that his death vas due to fright tad constant worry as to what Lite WitS in store for him Ewe was one of fourteen Hudson county New York men arrested OH erious charges preferred by two lit tie girls aid his death odds another Iramatic link to the canes which have stirred KuiKon county Already many irputntions In Jersey City and Hobiiken have beet shat I tered and two oi the accused bavr tried to commit suicide Since his confinement in the j11 Ewe contin ually protested his innocence of the charges against him Fear of con viction however preyed upon him constantly he frequently awoke with startled screams and told the keepers of terrible dreams which the faces of his accusers appeared Tuesday when his crll was entered Ewes body was lying on the floor His face was distorted viith far and the doctors said that his death was a result of one of the frightful dreams which had haunted him Made Young One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D H Tur ner of Dempeeytown Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stomach und Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 2c at Z Wayne Griflin tC Ems Drug Store t1 Em8 EarBy lasersThe famous little pills n Philosophy of a Pencil Pusher- Th vvhisfyir i Linikr is aid iir ther than the the sh ut ot praise A cheaper forji oi wit than tit pun is the cjnclsm rf j rcocicu j ol1thI Soma nonjen nit km to the Cupid while others li Low raauiuion I into church j The niteikctUHl wcnan ia terror to intellectless man A man hoes forth in the evening and laths in love with n dimpU andn upIa if en says dont the verb stop is un derstood Music is an agreeable succession ot tones ragtime is a rapid saquence ofI notes with the tontS eliminated I The man who is content to jog I through life usually goes the distance- in good shape while the makes a mad dash in the galeeyI often blows up in the stretch 7A19TORIABears theThe Kind You Han Always Bough Signature Ifflof U The Milcreek Philospher The man who knows nothing is usually the one who insists on telling- it In spirit of the discovery ot radium the gold brick has not yet gone out of style in certain circles It is better to tip the waiter than BOUpImovement looks to me like a nw dentIAnyway got more votes I than Swallow Sonic men who arc worth a niillior are not 1tiUIth iujtl iig tse ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE j COMPANY INUOHlOIIATKIl I Talk being cheap tnii necenhnry you should patronize home folks t1I1andtalking distance with the whole coun j ty and business points generall bj only paying a reasonable rent to the j Rough River Telephone Conpar y or i they will be at the whole expense iI you say so We connect with nil In dependent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Kv r= CATARRHREMEDY Is Srlro to GIVE SatisficUcn ELYS CREAM BALM ItIrnur UlVfp rIII I n- hM1l I w hrII Ita nn iilnl drivt t n i i Iolc IJADI1otIIIro Ir ill iidLIt tlnl in 11 I1 t il L is I iv nin ilr II ir I IilIIt hCnIilet 1 01 1 flu U H BIG FOUR Ji THE 8FST I1SR TO i1- it 1 Indianapols V Peoria Chic g1- J Autltill pi in sin huliaim HID l Michigun 4 CSeveiand 19 i Buffalo a Wow York Gostcn- I dInformation tshellon application at City A ITickct JUice II BI Four Rulte o lth Ave or write toq S J GATES I I Genl Ait Passenger 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nished free on application Send IGc Silver fII cop of the Worlds lair March lnr iif e tlini uf Irma Slffpliijr Inr ItrciT vaftii Iii mil on unv Tlrkel Aailil until lr4t I lUlAHTY 1111 AinMit fin iimiM Mli or US llHonV II IA1111111111 THE IlEiurucAN is pro pa rod to 10 your Job Printing in u a firstclass manner Try us- Worlds Vail Short Linen SOUTHERN RAILWAY 43 MILE THE SHORTEST Ftstost and Best to tho WORLDS FAIR Look at Scl1cdutesli Lcnve Louisville tUO a m daily Arriv St Luk 001 p m daily Suliil train of vostililcil conches rflci pbra and Sun them Hail way Stan lard Dining Cur throughwithout cluirycLoavu Louisville 1015 p in daily Arrive St Louie 7 8a m daily Solid train of vcetihnlcd free red imming chair card and sleepers No change of cars enroiite All trains make close connection in Union Station in Si Louis with Wulmeh Suburban service direct to the Worlds fair Ground Round Trip Excursion Hates from Louisville Ky SiIa nurtiiiig until Dee IUl- ail sixty days 8I1 yuni returning 15 days 87 Cat r rxcureiuti iiiketf on cu I cvorv tiuday to Tbiirwlny inpi ii i linn j Ofriijher and Novembtr i d I1 lyiiP J rantl Passenger arc1 Tck 1at L imtilU KyIA1 CUONK IU L uiviiii Ky 5fl liuxuEKFORi District IV PIgll Agent 231 Fourth Avenue I milt Ky fJ B ALMJN Assistunt CJoMcrr1 Iaffiiger Aucnt St Lluin Mo We have Scholarships covering ten months in the Bowling Green Nor mal School or four months in any business department of the Bow ling Green Business College If you are going to school call on or address the Republica n for Schol arship Southern Normal School ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R UKST OH TltAIN SPRVICn With Dining BuffetLibrary Steep lag and Reclining Chair Cars on through trains tltt Tt to the r I WORLDS FAIR ITickets acct tint cf tin lnir withy I ilO hats 00 Das Deccintcr 15 IIhnlt nt gnarly r roved mates j I I ni Tickets and pjrltrtittS 11 4 Ul ape y tide in ls limits arI ttnin time nfLj on i uiniic ticket aJ rt 1 S 8 VAN MlTRK Agent le7trrr Dol m Ky- P w nnt w IL 11111111 A J ittiltti1rt4 0- IIIIoiIV d A SIOtTAOl A un 11 rlflbh I WeaK HartsAre of eV t tcton It Is a scientific fact that all cases of i heart disease not organic are not only i f traceable to but are the direct result of Indl tCestlon All food taken Into the stomach whlih falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach putting II up against the ofIcourse of Umo that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr D Kaubls of Nevada 0szyst Ihadstornach trouble and wit In a bad tliti n I had hurt trouble with It I tack Kohl Dyarepta Cur for about foul montbi and It cured me Kodol Digests What You EatIand relieves the stomach of ill ntrvous lJBottleoeIyae which Kill for SOeIPrepared by E O DWITT fc M Hrwwr rr + Work as good as the bestt1I1 prices as cheap as the cheapest Give us your order and bo convinced w- rl 9- po tA4i 50 EARS la EXPERIENCE rt TRADE MARKS y DCtilGNSIdzAnrnnc fit I n al trlnd dcrrl nra may anInvnlhueutarentInKMilH lakit liirMuli Munii A Co rucelrc H thodccn1itanA Imniltnmclr IlltnlrnlPd wopVlf Tarred drrnhilliiii nf any h leiiilllc limrnnl Penn 13 n tipwulonifrnlYIUNNCo30 f I llraucU Ulllto G 51 SU Wnthluittun U Co t FRaLEWo have fur snlo at a bur gin a Seliohirslup in the Holing Green Business College or Normal school dopjirlnicnt a lUasseyBl1sinc For further iuimlllationt t ftf callon or address THE HEPUHLICAN I Bowling GrccllBusthcss GOllOO I II TWO SEPARATE SOEOOLS UJTOEE ONE MANAGEMENT lrUlDnROnC Thousand Students Will bo in Daily Attendance During the Coming Year JI r mn ttrindfcst craMr ofthoccnnryaoGItnUATEnoftheminstitutlons Tim followingcnwsrsarc tatlht Irinlary EfaaIiahrdwrs1relaralnrv Ir Elucutlun and vocal 3luslc ll Dluslra J1Ilr c ShortHall elrnphy fOnd IlRrrtiae An student whoI tirhre6f I + c c0 mention coirco varteil when Y ell wrt e i tar u j H H eriKim Gpnowl Mannprr = w s1q1h1Ir u xKvil 1 r J uu m DRFENrsC i KItd1ilP hiduiyH All Dteaaroa liliulJur of thoI f urinary organs yduuiLSt Alvin fjnivol citarrli heart I AND rhuunutism lJackacboI fomalo troubles Backache cureIAlso PUUIFIHS TUB IIOOI Dont liccomo Utncourancit Thero la a euro for you Ho liusspunt it IUd line urhlJ juslhiiulicastti usyuiiri All Cuisiillitluna FREE Fouuerl Suffered for 10 Years with Backache anti Kidney Trouble Lee Ark Omaha Neb Feb 11903 Dr II M Fenner Fredonia N Y Dear Doctor I have suffered for the past ten years with backache and kidney trouble and have tried a great many of tho most prominent physicians in ftoston and Omaha anti all tho patent me icincsI I heard of in hope of receiving Finally seeing your ad I purchased bottle of your Kidney and Ikiekaclie Cure- I wish to thank you for the benefit received for after using only two bottles I am entirely cured having no pain or ache of any kind Sincerely Yours Miss Alice McDonald 2951 Harnoy St Sold by Druggists fiDe and 1 Get Cook Book and Treatise on the KidneysFREE M M Fenner M D Fredonia N Y- ar RHEUMAil c MI niul oilier ills produced by diseased kidneys can ho cured ARGON OIL is the remedy iL elli ct is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you are not satisfied your nWlHYwill be cheer fully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ANI iL i1flb 130 West Main St Louisville Ky U H 0 I rL EDUCATION youngItrS in tile This being concededntnu or young wounII nho would win success 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 Second and Walnut Sts Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced tenchors each one a special SHORTHAND ist iu his liue Write four a hoiuitihil book giving TYPEWRITING testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions nil over the United States il will be mailed to you FREE School open all the year Students can enter at nay tini E Jl WRBC2HT President OUR CLUBBING RATES I r1ll and Louisville Herald 125 THK RKiinucAXIxKlUHMCAX and Louisville Daily Herald 250 THK RKPUULICAN and CounerJournal 150 THK RKPUIJUCAN and lhriceallreekllrorll 105 Till RKIUIUJCAN null Yellow acUet 125 THK HEIUlILI and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THK RElUBIICAX and Home and Farm 125 TilE RE1UltllAN and Lippencotts and Cosmopolitan 325 v == j ii J ii1X GO SOUTHWEST 1 I Like Time and Tide tho Great South west awaits no man but its a heap ens ier to get aboard at tho instant of start tug than to contend with the element of momentum laterfLot us give you the details of this new countrys rapid growth and your chance rtogrow free up with it Illustrated litera f- I Ii i Rates Southwest y y Cut Almost in Two lDec6 and 2004Jan3 and 1705 g Geo H IIttloHock Agent H I McGuire Ulst PUSH Atjcnt Cincinnati 0 IiiJNO SEBASTIAN lnmllllrlrllffic lullI1ir CMengo11- 1s ttl ran r ttiISIt hirR 1tyT7iI8 L trLr IT 4 Iu 1rL I HOW TO STAY YOUNG Will Power a Large Factor In Keeping Away Decrep titiicle plfhlllnkl lourIlRI How old are pouf Tho ntlujje says that wonted ire as omit as they look Jung then ll out ot s they feel 1 hats wrong A man unit woman are ab till fiHtlity inktf themselves to be Growing Omit is larjjel1 n habit ol the mind As a man thlnketh In hS heart so In he II he begins Hhirtly niter middle age to imagine hinueif growing old he will be old To keep ones if front dtcreptltude IH somewhat Il matter of will power The fates are kind to the man who hangs on to life with both hands He who lets go will go Death ia tlow only to tackle the tenacious Ponce de Leon starched in the wrong place for the fountain of youth It is in oneself One must keep oneself young inside so that while the outer man perisheth the inner man is renewed day by day When the human mind ceasss to exert itself when there is no longer an active interest in the affairs of this lift when the human stops reading and thinking and doing the man line a blasted trceb gins te die at the topYou are ns old ns you think you are Keep the harness on Your job is not done a 100 Reward 100 The renders of tins paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in allof 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 internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho 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 oiler One Hundred Dollars for anys case that it tails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 7f c Take Halls Family Pills for con etipation Call for Convention- At n regular meeting of the Re publican Executive Committee oft Ohio county held at Hartford Ky Saturday September 3 1904 the following resolution was adopted Rest ltd That a delegated conven tion bs hfrM in the town of Hnrtford Ky on Monday November 28 194I at i oclock p m at the court house in said town for purpose ol nominat ing candidates fur the various county officers to be voted for at the Noveni ber election J95 viz Representative county judge county court clerk county attorney sheriff jailer superintendent ol schools coroner surveyor and assessor and that pre cinct conventions be held In each of the voting precincts in said county on November 26 1904 at 130 oclock p m for the purpose oi electing delegates to attend said county con vention on November 28 and that the epresentation therein be i delegate or every 25 votes or fraction over 12 votes cast for President Roosevelt on November 8 1904 and the candidate receiving a majority of the votes cast in said county convention shall be declared the nominee of the Republican party for said office NICHOLAS BARRASS Chmn M S RAGLAND Secy According to the above basis the several precincts are entitled to the following delegate votes East Hartford 7 West Hartford 5 Beda 5 Sulphur Springs 6 Magan 3 Cromwell 5 Cool Springs 2 North Rockport 4 South Rockpoit 3 Select 5 Norse Branch 7 ttoslne S Est Beaver Dam 3 West Beaver Dam 5 McHenry 9 Centertown 5 Smallhous I EastFordsvllle 6 WestIordsvihIe 4 ylvtnaville Shreve 21 Clinton 3 Bufordrttflln 2 2 Bartletts Cernlvo 2I Point Pleasant z Narrows 3 Ralph 3 Prentis z Herbert I To California 4 Via scenic Colorado or true southern Route Daily through Pullman standard sleeping cars St Louis to San Francisco via the Missouri pacific Ry and scenic Colorado Elegant tourist sleeping car servlves every Tuesday and Wednesday from St Louis Daily 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 ment Is strictly uptodate Round trip and low rate oneway tickets are on sale via Iron Mountains or Missouri Pacific Rv for all principal points in the east From berth reser vations and lull information address R T G Matthews T P A Louis ville Ky or H B Townsend G P T A St Louis Mo rThe December Smart Set The feature of the December Smart Set is undoubtedly the novelette Claverlng and His Daughter a story of Washington life by a new author Foxcroft Davis whose meteor- Ic entrance into the field of fiction is likely to be the sensation of the season Totally unknown this writers first manuscript was not only accepted on sight by one of the most con seivntive publishing houses in Amer- Ica but two new books were contracted for to form a series of three all on the National politics and society centering at Washington Mean while the Smart Set has secured the first work to be published under the name of Foxcroft DavlsR story of a remarkable man and a remarkable woman in the interesting setting of life at the Nations capital which no author has yet known so intimately and vitally The appearance of this ia aa event Sense and Nonsense That every ancient joke of the man who is accused of being indifferent to his wife to the effect that You nev er run after the street car alter you have caught it has ben answered by Herbert Kelsey the actor The very happy married lite of this play- a and his follow player and wife EJ fie Shannon is well known Mr Ktlscy says you may catch the car but lit aids you may falloff In this connection Mr Kelsey al so sujrirfst the following unlucky number of methods of winning a wife keeping a wife Try it out and see it it fits your case I Be considerate of her in small things Small things make up a womans life 2 Remember always that everywhere in the animal kingdom kind and not sex makes difference in brain 3 Need herand let her know it Women understand best that it is more blessed to give than to receive 4 Let her feel before and particu larly after marriage that she Is more important than your business You wouldnt care to be supplanted in her thoughts by constant musing over that 317 that slipped through her hands yesterday 5 Before marriage kiss her all though she were your wifeafter wards kiss her as though she were your sweetheart 6 Never abase her confidence Her faith in you fs capital which you will have to Invest many times 7 Compel her respect Respejt is the mother and admiration the father of love 8 Take an interest in her affairs You would be hurt if she took no Interest in yours 9 Devote at least a quarter of the thought to entertaining her during a lifetime that you would devote to en tertaining her pretty sister half an hour r 10 Dont lnng Men nagns much as women and vaccination the slow scraping away of the skin pains more than tha quick incision of the surgeons knife II Remember that she is the better half ot yourself and to thine own self be true 12 Be generous not lavish When she IB yonr vlfc she Is yrur partner lIBALLS heavyAlwaysStops falling hair J 2fTSold for fifty yearsrr fzl lusW v Never crmpel her to ask for money I A woman feels Dependence as much as a man would 13 I have devoted as much atten tion to the subject ol winning the woman you have won as to winning the woman you havent It is more important to keep the love of your wife than to create love in the object of yourattentions Eternal vigilance is the price of eternal affection Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble the mind discourages and lessens ambition beautv vigor cheerfulness soon when the are out of order trouble has so prevalent it Is not a child to be born with weak kid If the child urln too often if the urine scalds the if when the child reaches an age should be able to control yet afflicted with bedwetting it the cause of difficulty Is malland and the first step should be the treatment of these Important This unpleasant trouble Is due to a condition of the kidneys and not to a habit as most people Women as well are made mis erable with bladder trouble and both need great remedy The mild and effect of SwampRoot is It is sold by druggists In cent and one sizes You may sample bottle by kid uncommon the the free also pamphlet tell nome of Bwauiprtoot ing all about it including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received KilmerImention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton- N Y on every bottl- oHoliday Jewelry Watches Din monds Silverware Rings and all the new style in Broaches But tons Pins etc Large stock of gold headed Canes and Umbrellas Whatever your wants maybe we can meet them with beau tiful and choice selections Send tot our large illustrated catalogue When in the city call to see our display- C M VISE I tN SON 132 W Market between ist and 2nd Louisville Ky FOR SALEAn unlim ited Scholarship in the famous Massey Business college Call on or ad dress The Republican Rea1 ESTATE 135 acres 4 miles north ot Hartford in good state ot cultivation 85000 120 acres near Rockport in good condition good buildings 120000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good barns 65000 40 acres 3 miles from Sul phur Springs 32500 145 acres zj miles west of Hartford fine land good improvements 300000- A house and 2 acres ot ground 13234 acres land 3 miles from Hartford Part ot the Crowe Taylor farm two horses sul 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 1200 adjoining Hartford375oo 83 acres fine Muddy creek bottom land good build tugs 15 acres hill land 166000 305 acres fine Rough river bottom land near Hartfjrd in fine state ofcul tivation cheap iSS acres near Ceral vo 26 acres at Ceiitertowu All the above lands are bargains Titles abstracted S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer CU rlandllTELEPHONEAND Telegraph Cot Incorporated Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my 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Janice DeWecse School Superintendent Hartford Den L Davis Coroner Sulphur Springs TV3ctJces Courts II F Hudson Heaver Da in February 10 May 18 August 31 November 30 UeoW Martin Ilalietown February 12 nay 14 August 20 November 12 JnoM Urnhain Narrows February 58 May 2 August 29 November 11 T A Kvuus 1orilsvllle January IB May 7 August 27 November C J A lucks Ituford February 7 May 0 Aug ust 12 November 7 W A tone Ceutertown February 0 May 1- 1tuguat2I November II 11 J Wilcox RockportFebruary 20 May C August 23 November 14 I2artora efco Court Jno II Wilson Judge C K Smith City At torney S I Burnett Marshal Court con venes second Monday In cacumontu ZleltEjlovia Eer rlcos M K Church South Services third Sunday In each month at 11 a in ami 7 pm and second Sunday at 7 p m 1rayer meeting every Wednes day evening Itcv VTMlllcr Pastor llnptlst Church Services held Saturday nIgh before pccond Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday end Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Her J II Uuruett pastor- C P Church Services first Sunday In each mouth at 11 a m and ill m Kev J D Mar lied pnsorISchool Trustees Hnrtford Jos 1 Miller J Oleiin S T Stevens n M Hocker Jn II Car sun Jon C lllley fOlntlrustelIHowon Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W S Tlnsley A C Taylor CJocrot aecLotlea A 0 U W mwts first and third Friday nights In earh month Hartford Lodge No Cfi Ft A Masons first Monday night In each month llongh Hlvar Loilgw No 110 Knights of Iythlo meets overy Tnesdny night Preston Morton Post No 4 0 A II hold reg nlnr meetings Saturday bcforuflrst Sunday In earb mouth Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah and the Pacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING CARS Meals a la Curie ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS 1RfiI M9U5wIIROTJ RDUTE tl rt an j1I t J i1U- Pchi YJ It l 1 ILti Yo 1- Ara Ihj 7ft tC F Jt 1a I i CD TX tr rerttu Irikn Wtjcli L l a JJ3 n T G MATTHEWS ur i Rotor 2G2 Eijttllsbl 3U L33ISYULC KY J C TOWtfTCND c P T f ZT LdJ i OQSTOEiXADears theihaKind YeI Have Always BGIIgft SIgnttnro ef ceL7p rc SL15 y- J IHartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 25 CROP REPORT Unprecedented Drought Prevails Over the Whole of Kentucky The drouth prevailing in neatly all partsof the Stale is almost unprece dented in its severity From nearly every county there routes the cry that stock water is scarce and stock is being driven for milts for water In many places the streams springs and cisterns have given out causing a water famine lor man as well as beast There is great com plaint that nearly all the grass seed sown for meadows have perished for want of moisture There is also ap prehension that a large part of the wheat rye and winter oat seed will Theperishearly sown grain came upall right but there has not been sufficient moisture in the ground for it to make any progress The grain sown later remains unsprouted in the ground yet It remains to be seen what the effect will be if the drought contin ties much longer The corn crop generally in the State is a good one many counties report a bumper crop while others notably in the fourth division of the State report en exceedingly short crop The acreage ot wheat was not in creased as expected only a few coun ties reporting an increase above an average while quite a number fall much below The drouth setting in so early that it interfered with pre paring the land f r wheat accounts for the small acreage sown The amount of lnd seeded to rye is a full acreage The acreage of winter oats is below the average largely on ac count of the failure last season The tobacco was saved in good condition Free from frost worm cut and dirt it ought to bi a very useful crop While the crop is not a large one anywhere it is reported to be quite a short one in the first and fourth districts Live stock are ful ly up to the standard in numbers and conditions The apple crop for win ter is less than half a crop All things considered the farmer has ninny things to be thankful for and can eat his Thanksgiving Turkey with praise to his Gid and selfcon gratulation that it might have been worse CERALVO Nov 22Mr Herman McConnel of Lebanon is visiting his parents hereBorn to the wife of Mr C B Ev erly November 18th twin girls Mrs Blanch Jones is In St Louis Rev E D Boegess failed tool his appointment here Sunday Mrs Ida Withrow Fairest visited her sister Mrs C B Everly last weekSome days ago a mare owned by sirs W D Barnard was very badly hurt by jumping on a slat and wire fenceThe Sunday School here has been changed to evening Mrs Dusllla Barnard has built a sew barn- Dledat the home of his parents Mr and Mrs D R Hulsley the 21St Inst Claude age 21 years He had been au Invalid for several years He made profession of religion a few years ago joined the church at West Providence and died rejoicing in a Saviors love Funeral services conducted by Rev Edgar Maddox after which he was rain to rest in the West Providence cemetery to await the resurrection morn iBEDA Nov 23Rev Horned preached at the M E Church last Sunday Quite u number from this place at tended services at Nocreek Sunday night Mr and Mrs Albert Carson of iouisvlllr visited Mrs N Foster last SaturdayWe that Dr Stewart has quit practicing medicine and gone to possuii hjtlng also that he has met tvlth success Mr and Mrs Ferda BIdwell Matan ZBB visited the family of Mr S A Bennett Saturday and Sunday Messrs A E Ellis Cecil Park and Clifton Hoover went hunting last Saturday but returned minus Think they will go again Mr Ernest Twcddell Hartford was pleasant caller at Mr Corvaa Wards l t I i Sunday afternoon So they say Several tout this place attendee 1uartt riy meeting at Shlnkle Chapel tist Wednesday and Thursday Mr W Q Parks went to Hartlor Monday Mr John Cnnttill Nocreek visited friends in Brda Sunday Mr Ernest Stewart who has been In Indiana for some timehes returned home RENDER Nov 22C W Fellows boiler inspector of Louisville was here one day lest week Mr and Mrs L E Heirell spent lest week in P entls and Shullztown visiting relatives Geo Lyons of Louisville was here on business one day last week Miss Nellie Harris visited in Beaver Dam last week Mr and Mrs C L Myers and Mrs S B Bishop were in Island last wetk visiting Mr and Mrs E L Myers ol that place Josiah Mitchell of WUHsville Ill is hereRev N C Robinson was In Beaver Dam last Friday- C M Baggerly of Louisville was here last Friday John Francis Jr was on the sick list last week Isaac Cher went to his home in Louisville last Friday Chas C Beard of Fordsville candidate for Representative was here Ust Friday R B Martin of Hartford candi date for Sheriff was here last Satur dayW H Blades of Hopkinsville was here on business last Saturday Simon Jones was in Hartford on business last Saturday Police Judge L Francis went to Central City on business last Satur dayMisses Lucy James and Lanie Fish er were In Beaver Dam last Satur dayEd Earrass of Taylor Mines was here Sunday Mrs Chas Wilson returned to her home in Central City after visiting her mother Mrs Mary Mercer for the past six weeks Rev Dr Crawford of Louisville preached two interesting sermons at McHenry Sunday morning and even ingMrs H B Innes is on the sick listLittle Gwynn Ellen the eight month old child of Mr and Mrs W J Sloan died Saturday night at 930 and was buried at 230 p m Sunday at the Render cemetery Funeral ser vices were conducted by Rev E D Boggess of Beaver Dam Ed Moasbarger of Louisville was here on business yesterday Marion Tipton of Rochester was here on business yesterday Rhea Armstrong of Leitchfi ld was here on business yesterday Messrs West and Young of Pa ducah are here on business- A O Ross of Echols was here to dayJ F Hocker went to Beaver Dam todayAndrew Mercer was in Hartford yesterdayRobert Thorpe of Echols was here yesterdayW of Owensboro was here todayT Morgan of Beaver Dam was here today One week from Saturday and Ren der will be free fromasaloon Thanks for it Many have prayed for it to be closed It cannot be voted on again for two more years Three Sisters Wedded to Three Brothers Chippewa Falls Wis Nov 21 The Rev E M Nelson Andrew Nel son and Charles Nelson and Jessie Johnson Amanda Johnson and Clara Johnson three brothers and three sisters were married at the sane time todayAfter the triple ceremony the Rev C J Erdman who officiated asked the Rev Mr Nelson one of the newly married brothers to marry him to one of the guests All the bridegrooms and all the brides will go in a party to the Worlds Fair for a honeymoon trip NOCREEK- The meeting which someone be lieved would be postponed like the pastors trip to the Worlds Fair is in progress News Items are scarce this week and really we dont care to write for fear someone will stand up and con tradict everything we shall say again Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN I IN PICKLING VAT Body of Andrew Cluttenbuck of Kentucky was Found Cincinnati Ohio November 21 Lee and Albert Cluttenbick Gains vine Boone county Ky today re covered the body of their uncle An hew ClntUnbuck seventy two years old Iroui the pickiin vit in a local medical college ClntleLbacK diet at the City Hospital last Thursday When he entered the Institution he said he was without local residence and gave the name of a niece living in Shuckelford Mo as his next friend The niece was notified ot his death but no answer came and when fortyeight hours had elapsed the body was sent to the potters field This morniug Lee and Albert Cutten buck caled at the hospital to visit their uncle They were surprised to learn that he was dead and had been consigned to the potters field and at once set about to recover the body With a Covington undertaker they visited the potters field only to learn that the body had been taken away by an agent of the anatomical society Dr W E Lewis was then called upon He acknowledged that the body bad been claimed for the purpose of dissection and stated that it had already been turned over to a local college After hearing the story of the two men he called up the sexton of the college and told him to preserve the body in tact until to morrow when it will be turned over to the Clutten bucks for burial at Cluttenbucks late home In Gaines ville Rushville Ind Messrs Ely broil I have been a great sufferer from catarrh and hay fever and tried many things but foundno permanent relief until I found it in Elys Cream Balm about eight years ago and we have been fast friends every since Rev R M Bentley Messrs Ely Bros Find enclosed 50 cents for which please send me your Cream Balm I find your reme dy the quickest and most permanent cure for cold in the head catarrh etc Yours truly DELL M POTTER Gen Mgr Arizona Gold Mining Co DRt FENNERS GOLDEN RELIEF 6 any pain iuslclo or out In from a to 5 uiliiutus WHITESYILLE Nov 23The Commercial school which is being taught by Miss Sue Moseley is progressing nicely Miss Rabble Hayes left Tuesday for Owensboro where she will accept a position with Montague Barnes Mr C Smith Owensboro was here SundayMrs Jas Lowe and brother Loyd Hollandof Hartfordare visiting their parents Mr and Mrs G A Holland this week Miss Myrtle Lawson is visiting in OwensboroDr was here Tuesday Misses Annie and Gertie Hickey Mary H Wedding and Mr Robert Holland spent Saturday and Sunday inHartfordStanton Cottrell Owensboro was here Tuesday There will be a box supper Thanks giving night given by the public school for the purpose of securing a public library Misses Stella and Mary Wedding spent Saturday and Sunday in Knotts villeMr and Mrs P H Haffey attended the funeral of Mr C O Clements at Knottsvllle Monday Miss Florence Simmons and Messrs Edwin Rhodes and Hillary Drury of Knottsvllle were here Sunday after noonJno Sapp Owensboro visited rela tives here Sunday Rev H OSullivan assisted Rev Maguire in a mission at Knottsville last week DRl FENNERS GOLDEN RELIEF Sli any pain Inside or out iuirom 2 to 5 LU limits MATANZAS- Nov 23Rain is needed hert badly Some people have to haul water two or three miles Rev Reid is conducting a very successful revival at the Methodist church There have been quite n number of conversions and great in terest is being manifested yet In the meeting k F J Jenny and W F Condit went to Owensboro Monday returning yesterdayFerda and wife spent Sat urday and Sunday with Mrs Bid I Red Ticket HosieryT- en dozen Childs Fast Black heavy Ribbtd Hose Actual value 150 Oue price IOC Ten dozen Childs Fast Black Rib bed Fleeced very heavy The kind that usually sell for 25 Our price lOc Red Ticket Ribbons- Our entire line of 12yc 150 and many of our 20C Ribbons all the new winter shades will be put in one lot and ofleud at the low price per yard 9c Red Ticket Toilet Soaps Vilt Bouquet Soaps 2 Cakes 90 Swetheart Toilet Sonps 2 Cakes yc Casmer Bouquet Toilet Soaps high ly perfumed 2 Cakes for 90 Red Ticket Hose SupportersO- ne lot ot Childrens Black Hrse Supporters for 9c Big lot ot Mens Hrse Supporters The regular 15C grade Your choice 9C Red Ticket Embroideries 50 pieces 6j inches wide Embroid erles on fine quantity muslin the that u1u I1 sells for 2c 9Ourc Red Ticket Neckwear Twentyfive drzen assorted shades and styles made of good quality silk R cent values 5Choicec Red Ticket NotionsF- ine Comb 5C Dressing Comha 9C Silk ebbing 9C Shell Hair Pins drzen 9c Wire Hair Plus yc Brass ins2 for 9C Whist Brooms yc Clothes Brushes 9c Hair Brushes 9c Shaving Brushes gc9e Tooth Brushes Mens Suspenders 9c O N T2 Spools 9c Visiting Cards gc Melts Collars 9c Headings 9c Hooks and Eyes 3 for 9C Pearl Buttons 2 for 9e wells patents near Beda- J C Bennett attended the funeral of John Drake at Smallhouse yester daySome of the farmers are done gath ering corn Miss Mary J Tichenor who has been the guest of friends near Rock port for the last week returned home yesterdayGeorge Bratcher of Beaumont Tex is visiting his brother SA Bratcher at this place Prof H H Davis and wife and little daughter Irene of Centertown spent Saturday and Sunday in our midst visiting relatives Hon A B Tichenor and daughter Miss Nellie were in Hartford last MondayL Loney was here last week as sessing property S H Render went to Owensboro yesterday on business Order of Ohio Coilntij Boilrt Regular November term November 7th 1904 R H Rains c motion for local option election Rosine Ky This cause again coming on forbearing on this November 7th 1904 it being the first day of the regular November term of the Ohio County Court upon motion of applicants to have an order made directing that a local option election be held in Ro sine voting precinct on December 12th igo4and said applicants having this day deposited with the presiding judge of the Ohio County Court the a RED TICKET SJeBeginning Monday morning toll continuing ovcr Tues day w will oiler to the peo ple of Hartford and Ohio county a two days special sale Merchandise We will call it Fairs lecl1iclet Sale This means that every ticket price will be red and that every article will he at a lower price than can be bought any where Aside from the low prices attached to every arti cle advertised wo intend fur this to be a satisfactory sale and every article you buy here win bo guaranteed worthy dependable goods or we will refund the money to any dissatisfied customer You come The crowds will be here Read every item be low You will find them in PletngtlHI come early Monday morning Red Ticket Home Goods Gold Brand China Plates yr Large Claw Hnnnnerj rte Ftathtr Dustus IC Bleed Toasters Ic Knife ntid Fork Boxes yc Large Wash Basins y C Corn Pipptr4 gc Flour miters yc Egg Whips yc Vegetable Slicers IC Ten Strainers yc Card Racks yc Meat Broilers Ic Cake Pans 9C Pie Plates2 for gc Stew Pans 9C Dippers 9c Milk Stininers 9C Crumb Trays 9C Embossed Waiters gc Stove Sets 9e Potato Mashers 9e Dish Mops 9c Tooth Picks2 for 9c Butter Molds 9C Clothes Line Set 9c Kitchen Sets 9C Fire Shovels gc Cake Turners 91 Steak Pounders 9e Hand Bells gc Dairy Pans gc Chimney Cleaners 90 Towel Roller 90 Towel Racks 90 Photo Frames 90 Round Medallions 90 sum of 3500 In money an amount sufficient to pay for printing or post ing advertisements as provided by lawand the feta of the clerk for mak ing entries in the order book and the 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 ceedlng general election and that said petition was received and filed of record at the last regular term of the Ohio County Court i it is therefore or dered and adjudged by the court that an election be held in Rosine voting precinct on the 12th day of Decem theIty officers upon the question whether I or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in said voting pre I cinct of Rosine Ohio county Ken I tucky and that Cal P Keown Sher iff of Ohio county is ordered and directed I to hold said election He will open a poll at the voting places in said precinct on said date for the purpose ot taking the sense ofthe legal voters of said precinct who are qual ified to vote at elections for county officers upon the proposition wheth er or not splritous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loan ed or trafficked in in Rosine voting Red Ticket Lace Curtains Twenty lour putts White Notilng hum Lace Ciutiilns 60 inches wide 3 yards long beautiful floral design taped edges ull around A bargain Must lie seen to he nopreciiil ed Our price per iair 139 Ait 0 Red Ticket Cloaks Long Cli ak made ol all wool Ker se lined to waist with best quality Mercerized Saline loose back with belt velvet collar trimmed with sou tache bruit and buttons in black and costar Our price 998 Red Ticket Overcoats- A Coat of heavy all wool Kersey in dark brown with rich tinge of olive and overlaid with an Invisible olive y y overplaid cellar made plain cut full and roomy with belt in back Are ulnr coat Our 98prlc At + Red Ticket Gents Hats The newest is the Iron Clad raw 4 edge dip front trimmed withsilk band Come in the new biowrs acorn and black A very stylish lint for young men Our low price 150 Red Ticket Towels Twenty dozen good heavy Union thick Towels in hinged and hemmed ends plain and white colored borders Kegular valtits 12c15cand lac Without rrsirve 9c Red Ticket Handkerchiefs Ten dozen very neat IInllt ffrctlve Handkerchiefs ol soft and sheer Irish Lawn jiiich hemstitched horded very dainty 2inch inner harder of while Actual val 9ncC Twenty It7n Mens Fancy Border ed the usual too Our 9pricec Red Ticket UnderwearT- en dozen Ladies Heavy Fleeced rotten Ribbed Vests covered Bennies gusset arm holes Silk Embroidered Buttons 5ularC Ten dozen Childs Union Suits ex tra heavy fleeced The kind usually sold for 350 All sizes from 2- to 12 years Our price 25c precinct Ohio county Kentucky i It Is further ordered and adjudged by the court that a special registration be held in Rosine Ohio county Ken tucky a town of the sixth class on Saturday December 3 1904 for the registration of those persons entitled to vote at the special election to beheld on December 12 1904 whose names have not been recorded on the registration books ot that year and I said registration shall be advertis ed or published in like manner as the time and place of said 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 12th 1904 cause a poll to be 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 of the Illegal voters of raid town qualified to for county officers upon the question Whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked IB In the said precinct of Rosine I will also cause a registration to be held in the town of Rosine Ohio county on the 3rd day of December 1904 at which all persons qualified to vote for coun ty officers who have not heretofore registered may have their names placed on the registration books for that year Given under my hand as Sheriff of Ohio connty Kentucky this the 15th day of November 1904 uI C P KBOWN S O C ti- a