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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t ju I- U Fine Job Work a Specialty IrITISNEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN Till HIPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year = h rOLl XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 2 1904 No 20 REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Large and Enthusiastic Crowd in Attendance Spirited Rivalry Over Jailer But All Arc Satisfied With the Result Pursuant to the callItf the Executive Committee the Republicans of Ohio county met in the diflerent pre duets of the county on last Saturday and selected deletes to the County Convention These delegates atjusin bled in Hnttloid Monday nodwere r celled to order iu the court hall at 130 p m by Chalrniaii Nicholas Barms The convention then organ lied by electing dipt John CJ Keown Chairman and J C Hill S cletaryI The usual committees were appointed and while they were out deliberating the convention was entertained by speeches by Judge R R Wedding t and Col C M Barnett After the report of the committees had been herd and adopted the convention took up the nomination ut candidates for the various offices There bang no opposition to W J B Taylor for Judge K M Woodward for County Attorney James M De Veese for Superintendent of Schools and Nathaniel Moxley for Surveyor each of this gentlemen were nomi tinted by acclamation IS P Taylor one of his opponents lor the nomina tier moved that the nomination of W S Tinsley for County Court Clerk be made unonimous This motion was seconded by G Davis Royal hla outer opponent and carried by the convention without a dissenting vote In the Jailers race there was a sharp and spirited ravalry for the r I nomination Alter several ballots had been taken 03car Mldkiff finally won by a narrow margin over his nearest competitor Clell Smith Mr Smith asked the convention to make the nomination of Mr Midkiff unani mous which was done with much enthusiasm Jerome Allen was given the nomination for Coroner The ticket nominated Is an excellent one and Is hailed with the universal appro bation of the party The personnel of the ticket is as followsRepresentative C Beard of East Fordsvllle Judge W B Taylor of Cool Springs b County Court ClerkW S Tins ley of West Hartford County AttorneyE M Wood ward of West Hartford Sheriff R B Martin of West Hlrtfordp Jailer Oscar Midkiff of OlatonI Superintendent of Schools James M DeWeeseof ShreveIAssessorSam W Leach of Crom well t Surveyor Nathaniel Moxley of ShreveCoronerJerome Allen pi Sulphur a Springs MATANZAS- Nov 2gRev Reid closed a most successful meeting at the Methodist church at Point Pleasant last Saturday I There was quite a number of con versions and several additions to the churchMarried at the residence of the brides father Elijah Brown Last Sun day evening In the presence of quite a number of friends Mr Rosco Bishop to Miss Ida Brown Rev L i PDrake officiating We extend con A gratulations Mrs A Carter Is on the sick list this week Ross Bennett who is attending school at Hartford spent last Satur day and Sunday with his parents hereMrs W F Condit is visiting he7 motherMrs Rowe at Ceatertown this weekS A Biatcher and wile are visiting relatives at Livermore Prof W C Orerhnlts who Is teach- Ing r at this place spent Friday night and Saturday at his horse near Small oPhouse BANQUET TO K OF PS Fair Dames Entertain Sir Knights in Most Enjoyable Manner On last Hi May nldlt the wives ol the Knights ol Pythlns entertained the Sir Knights with a very elaborate and magnificent Banquet at Taylors New Opera Hall The hall was beautifully decorated the surge being arranged s a parlor was furnished with a piano solas parlor chairs tugs pot plants and tables with beautiful jutlr limps The walls were adorned with the K of P colors aid lovely vines while H ar e tanner inscribed with the initials Kof P hung over the center of the stake On the main floor in center of hall the binquet tables wire arranged they also were beautifully decorated with vine and foliage The receiving party was composed of Mesdnmes R H I Simmernmn B D Rlngo A C Taylor E K Birk head and Miss Birdie Woodward While the guests were being received Miss Florence Morton rendered sever al beautiful solo selections while Miss Lizzie Sandutlur presided at the piano When the guests had nil arrived a flash light plctuie was taken ol the tlblts with all the guests in the back ground The guests then all gathered around the tables Invocation was offered by Dr B W lord alter which the abundant and delicious edibles were served The menu was us follows HAW OYHTEIIII HAITIMOIIR WAtKH CKIKIIY- lft i T TVIIKKY HOT na6tr IKAH tiiAMiiinuv SAt 11 SWEIIT IICKIK OlnrI- IIOU SAIAII HRITIN IIIMTIT- IAIISLKV CRUAM Siiiim UT PAKKH COITMI- KIMCltUINTH SAITIMI 1BANCTH Mrs J S Glenn acted all toast mid tress in her usual pleasant and happy manner and between the courses the following toasts were responded to Welcome to Sir Knights Mrs Wayne Griffin Response by Chancellor Command er E M Woodward A Plea for the Rathbone Sisters R 15 L Simmerman Tcast Comrades Mrs A C TaylorRecitation Bill SmithMlss Mary Belle Barnett The menu was homeprepared and was satisfactory to the most fastid ious The ladies secured many compliments on their most excellent cook ing The occasion was highly enjoy ed by all present and will remain fresh in the memory of those present for quite a while Those present were Messrs R D Walker and wife E E Birkhead and wife John T Moore and wife W H Barnes and wife A C Taylor and wife Ben D Ringo and wife W M Fair and wife R T Collins and wife T J Morton and wife Sam T Barnett and wife R E L Simmerman and wife J S Glenn and wife Wayne Griffin and wife M L Heavrin and wife C E Smith and wife T H Benton and wife Sam Bach and wife Heber Mat thews and wife Dr E W Ford and wife Col C M Barnett and wife Dr J R Pirtle and wife U S Carson and Miss Dessle Duke Ches ter Keown and Miss Florence Morton Arch Lewis and Miss Mary Bennett J M DeWeese and Miss Mary Belle Burnett Misses Birdie Woodward Minnie McIntyre Lizzie Sanderfur Laura Morton Messrs E L Bulllng ton E M Woodward F L Felix George Lewis John Taylor S S Cox Capt J G Keown Judge T F i Birkhead S A Anderso- nPaytonMaxwell I Od Wednesday evening at the home of the bride near Shreve Mr Prady Payton was united in marriage to Miss Birdie Maxwell Rev H D Burrh was the officiating clergyman The young people are popular In their community and start on lifes jour ney with the best wishes of THB REPUBLICAN Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar- Carts all Cemfta aai expel Cold from UwayatMB yfl atiynylB0 the towel L WHITTAKER TWO YEARS In Penitentiary for Detaining a Woman Against Her Will L P Whlttaksr better known as pain Iswas tried in Circuit Court last Friday on the charge of unlaw fully detaining a woman with intent to have carnal kiowledgeofandsexu al Intercourse with her Tilt complaining witness was Miss Maude King a neice ol Whittakers wife and a daughter of Mr Henry King one of the best and most sub stantial citizens of the county The detention occurred several months ago and Whittaker has since ben in jail Whittakers family formerly j lived at Bells Run Since his incarceration his wife and children have moved to Owensboro The King family also live at Bells Run and the girl upon whom the wrung was attempted is only fifteen years old- Wbittaker was sentenced to the penitentiary several years ago for five years for participating Ina shooting fray but was pardoned after being there a short time He has frequent ly been in criminal court since Vhittaker will be taken to E1dy vine this week With him will betaken William Sampson who goes for life fir the murder of George Cox a year ago He was sentenced at the last term of the Circuit Court here but the case was taken to the Court of Appeals BOATNER CASE OUT Celebrated Express Package Case Was Thrown out of Federal Court at Owensboro The case ol J W Boatner against the American Express Company was called Tuesday morning in the Fed eral court at Owensboro A jury was empaneled but Boatner failed to ap pear in person or otherwise No proof was introduced and a verdict was entered for the defendant This action has been expected all along and when Boatner did not come to Owensboro at the beginning of the court it was practically certain that he would not attempt to main tain his suit This ends a matter that has created more speculation as to the final outcome than anything else that has occurred In this section for many years Boatner placed with the American Express Company a package said to contain 28000 for transmission to Fordsvllle At Fordsville the pack age appeared and A BSchlltzbaum agent tor the company there claimed he was held up and robbed of it Schlltzbaum was convicted of embez zeling and Boatner was prosecuted on a charge of conspiracy to defraud After being released from this charge Boatner brought suit against the ex press company for the recovery of the alleged value of the package Nothing is known of Boatners whereabouts He has not been in Owensboro so far as is know since the day he gave the package to Gore Burch to be sent to Fordsville He left this county last summer shortly alter being acquitted of the criminal charges against him- Japanese Munition By the courtesy of a friend TUB REPUBLICAN office has been supplied with samples of the powder which is being used by the Japanese in their six and thirteen inch guns during the struggle with Russia It is the latest improved smokeless and bears a striking resemblence to beeswax We understand that about 563 pounds- of it is used for a single charge for one of the improved thirteen inch guns which throws a projectile weighing close to one thousand pounds We also have a capor cartridge used by the Japanese in firelng oft one of these gigantic firearms Subscribe for TilE REPUBLICAN CONSUMPTION ON BE CURED I Miss Amelia Weymer Hundreds of Women Cured of the First Stages of Consumpt on b by PerunaJ The Following Letter From a Thank ful Woman Tells Its Own Story Mrs Mary E Hoblit 2501 Cllnto avenue Minneapolis Minn writes liMy son suffered for three months with catarrh of tho bronchial tubes which threatened to become very serious Tho doctors advised that ho seek a more favorable climate but as ho had heard of peruna as a specific for lung trouble ho decided to glvo it a trial before ho left his family for an expensive Journey among strangers For six months he used it faithfully and found that the trouble gradually disappeared and blessed health took its place In two months ho was perfectly well and ablo to perform his duties You have indeed a grateful mothers thanksMrs Mary HoblitTWO COUNTIES OUT Parkers Vote in the State Is 231634 Roosevelts 202115 Frankfort Ky Nov 28 The State Board oi Election Commission ers convened at Frankfort Monday morning to canvass the vote of the counties In the recent election When the commissioners met they found that the vote had been reported in all the counties except two Harrison and RockcastteIIn Harrison the returns are held up as the result of an injunction suit now pending before the Court of Appeals while in Rockcastle evidently the re turns are delayed in the malls as there is no reason for their having been held back The commissioners proceeded at once to begin the canvass of the returns and will pass the miss ing counties until a report is received from them The vote of the 117 counties heard from is as follows Parker 213 634 Roosevelt 202115 Swallow 6263 The total vote cast for all the andl dates In the State was 428 729 Arthur R Wnallen Dead News has reached us of the death ol Mr Arthur R Whallen at Central City Tuesday No particulars could be had He was a teacher in the public school of that place He for manly lived near Fordsville and was an accomplished educated and very promising young man Kodol Dyspepsia Cure iii DigMts what you oat I Miss Amelia Weymer Appleton Wis writes Early last summer I contracted a cold which seemed to hang on to me and could not be shaken off From the head It went to the throat and then affected my lungs My mother felt very anxious and as we had used Peruna In the family before she advised me to try It I was somehow very opposed but was persuaded to try Peruna Using It one day convinced me that it was no ordinary medicine within a I was much better and In two weeks I was well and I felt much stronger and In much better health generally I was perfectly satisfied with the results from the use of Peruna Miss Amelia Weymer It is tho praise of those who havo been cured by Peruna that makes this remedy so popular and so extensively used No advertisement could have accomplished this result Peruna cures tho first stages of con sumption by removing tho cause which is chronic catarrh The catarrh having been cured tho cough and other dis agreeable symptoms cease I IN THEI Irweek CATARRH CAUSES CONSUMPTION Peruna Never Fails to Cure Ca tarrh Wherever Located TIlE medical profession has so thor prejudiced the minds of tho people against patent medicines that it Is with great reluctance that anyono can be persuaded to try such a remedy atfirstIn every ono of the thousands of remarkable cures that Peruna has made tho patients had to bo persuaded by friends very strongly before they could lay aside their prejudice against it A largo multitude of conrse hold out against tho persuasions of friends and die simply because they have allowed their minds to bo poisoned against this very excellent remedy But fortunately there is another large multitude of people who aro ablo to shako off their prejudice and try Perunr boforo it Is too late These peoplo are rarely disappointed They generally try other remedies at the beginning of their troubles They allow a cold to develop Into catarrh of tho head They allow catarrh of tho head to gradually become catarrh of the throat They still keep using the doctors medicine or some other ineffectual remedy Tho catarrh stealthily spreads down the bronchial tubes and reaches tho lungs Everybody then becomes alarmed Faith in the doctor begins to disappear The patient reaches a state of mind in which ho H willing to try almost anything A bot tle of Pcruna is sent for Tho first week it produces a decided change for tho better A few weeks continued treatment cures tho patient Then another happy man or woman to added to the long list of people who are praising Peruna If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Pernnt writo at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O a a Bm Remember Us Please When you are ready for your Furs 1m and Wraps from 100 to 500 IIWraps at from 150 to 1400 stock of Blankets I and Comforts are second to none iBlankets at from 100 to 550 m mRubbersizes We can sell you the Snag less Rubber Boots with solid leath j i mer bottoms at and youll have no otherr0c I The Brown Mercantile Co INCORPORATED I McHENRY KENTUCKYI r L7L7L26J I Q ODCTQ80JJiUDCTUUDftUII- I t r1 I I Ur SMAllrOX Warning Sent out by State Board of Health There Have Been 25000 Cases in Kentucky Since 1898 and 300 Deaths Office ol the State Board of Health I Bowling Green Ky To the Health Officials Physicians and Pejple e Kentucky Since January 1898 smallpox has prevailed more or les extensively In every county In Ken tucky with a total of over 25000 cases and 300 deaths and costing InI cash more than onehalt million dol lars besides an estimated less from in terference with business and travel ot something over one and onehalf mil lion dollars Properly expended thi some would have been more than enough to have guarded the health Interest of our people for a generation besides keeping every resident of the state vaccinated so that the existence of anything but an imported case o smallpox would have been impossi bleWith the advent of cold weather cases ol the disease are being reported In widely separated sections in many counties and we feel that it is again our duty to warn our officials and people of the necessity of prompt action to prevent serious and exten sive local outbreaks Fortunately- the prevention ot this disease is ascertain and sale as it Is cheap an easy and although it is unlawful t remain unvaccinated at any time in the lace of existing conditions Intelligent people should not wait for the law to force them to evident duty Vaccination and revaccination prop erly done with reliable virus is a sur preventative and is entirely free from danger It should always be done by a competent physician with clean hands and instruments at three points nt least an inch apart on a well cleaned arm and should dry thoroughly before the sleeve is drawn down Fresh reliable commercial virus can be procured but it is difficult to keep it active and the board prefers and recommends the use of humanized virus especially in the country districts where th family physician can select it himself from the arms of healthy children and young girls It is mare certain to take causes lss soreness and is believed to give bitter and longer protection If the scabs are wraped in tissue paper sealed up and put in a dry cool place tney can be kept al most indefiitnely Physicians everywhere should bs on their guard and should isolate the f first case and vaccinate all exposed at once GXJWII people almost never have chickenpox When uuvaccinat ed grown people have a contagious eruptive disease under existing cit 1 cumstances they should be isolated t and treated as suspicious until the I i health authorities decide it is not smallpox All should remember thatIthere are no such diseases as I phant itch African itch army i itch Cedar itch or Cuban itch I v and these are negro itch names or smallpox Exery person in the State who bus not already been vaccinated i should do so at once and the igno rant or negligent should be compell ed to protect themselves for the bene fit of their communities by the prop er authorities The laws on this subject are ample and sufficient and Wh never smallpox spreads In any community It is the fault of the health officials and should be charg ed to them In preventing the spread of this terrible disease this board asks aud expect the support of all intelli gent people Copies of circulars de scribing the modern methods of pre j venting this and other contagious diseases may be had free of expense I upon applications to the board at theiboard J M MATTIIHWS M D i President J N MC ORtlCI M D Secretary When yputrout a pleasant purglI tive try Cj mberluiua Liver Tables They are easy to tnkeI and produce uo nausea griping or other disagreeable effect For sale ball druggists ni o AbsentMinded December Llpplncottn Magazine There was an old and eccentric lawyer IB town named Blaak who was subject to fits of of auger at times 4 I 71t 1 A- e i In IGfST Iiii BUIli iiili Ellatsvlle lad l Thtlioras flack Praaght quickly iitvijrorntes the nc tion u5 the Btoinach and 4cures con t iconic cases of ltiul If you will lali a small iltvo of Tliwl fords Block Ilrnllaht occa sionally you vjij keep your fEtOUIcoalition w vrvl liver in per I sTaErtnea E lA DRAUGHI I hyfMore sickness in caused constipation than bany other disease Thedfords BlackDraught not only re utcurosIa an keeps the bowels regular All drugglsta Mil SS cent ptvckn- goaThedfords Black is tho best medi fcine to regulate the bowels ever MRS A M GRANT Sneada Ferry N C consTiPATion and had long been noted for his eccentricities He was in the habit ot leaving his office frequently during placeda heIwould return When he returned this 0 office on this same day instead of entering as usual he stood out side staring at the sign which read Will return at four oclock Seat ine to the office he was soon lost in meditation Passersby gazed at him in astonishment for they knew Old Blank as he was familiarly called and wondered why he was sittin out in the cold when his office ha every appearance ol being closed No one however gave the matter a second thought One young man who was acquainted with Blank had noticed him sitting on the steps and on passing the place an hour later was p0esition Fearing that the man would suffer from exposure he ventured to accost him Tapping him on th shoulder he asked in a friendly wayMr Blank why are you sitting out in the cold when your office f closedNo sooner had he said this tha Old Blank with a start awoke and glaring at the speaker stam meted in reply Wha whats that Wha what are you talking about Why youve been sitting here for more than an hour explained the young man and wondering what was the matter I thought Id4 Cant you sc that Im waiting for Lawyer Blank to return broke in the Indignant tone dont you see that and he pointed to thesign As he did so he gave a sudden start and with a halfconiused and half ashamed expression beat a hasty re treat up the stops and unlocking the office entered and slammed the door Bilious Colic Prevented Take a double dcse of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon us the first indication of the disease appears and a threatened attack may be warded off Hun dreds of people who are subject to at tacks of bilious colic use the remedy in thia way with perfect success For sale by all druggists m i Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar Cures all Coughs and expels Colds from tho system by gently moving tbe bowels 4 A Monkey Business Those who are fond ol Welsh rab hit made in a chafing dish but think it makes their dreams too exciting I should try the following recipe which Iis a good substitute and is often call i monkey Soak a cupful of breadcrumbs in a cupfulof in k and mlt a cupful rf cheese in n chafing dish When i lies melted add to it the breadcrumbs and stir until all are hot and well mixed Then stand the chafer in the hot water pan which should be part ly full of boiling water Add a beat en egg a tablespoonful of Worcester shire lauce and a pinch ot Cayenne This cheese dish is a great favorite at t impromptu supper parties SCRAPS OF NEWS From all Parts of the World Gleaned From Various Sources The colony ol New Zaland during te first three months of this year imported bicvcles and partA thereof to the value 01 9I025an increase of about 593000 in the value of these articles over the corespotiding qUAr ter ot 193 The imports of electrical telegraph ic telephone etc apparatus into Egypt during the years 1901 I9t2 and 1903 were valued at about 2 to 000 276000 and 338900 respect ively Of these Great Brliain led with the lions share each year In the French army soldiers are al lowed to have gardens in any spare barracks ground and grow vegetables which help out their rations The number of hogs butchered in Denmark in 1903 was I poooo and and 164250000 pounds of perk was exported This is aa increase ot 23 240000 pound over the exportation of the proceeding year The Paris correspondent ol the London Mall says that mules brains make very good eating and are fre quently used instead of calves brains in Parisian restaurantsIAs an advertisement of its thread a wellknown firm has after several attempts connected Europe and Asia across the Bosporus with 1250 yards of cottonFor first six months of I94 the exports ot Egypt amounted to 55 278500 and the imports to 37727 500 Compared with those of the same period of 1902 the above figures show an increase of 4520000 in im ports and of 12 615000 in exports Two million bricks will be used in the new Rockefeller building in Cleveland 40000 square feet ol glass will be put into windows and th steel alone will cost 130000 railroadsdare among Some of the cars are several decades old and on one line not long ago the floor gave way and the car litter ally fell to pieces A train on the Great Western Rail way recently eclipsed all records tor the conveyance of American mail be tween Plymouth and London covers ing the distance ot 247 miles in 237 minutes The last 1 t3 miles ef the run was made in 99 minutes Among the marriages recorded ins Berlin last year there were 121 of blood relations One hundred and ofncousinsThe ol a Frenchman named Theiry who died in Nenice in 1676 claim that Nepolean took 2000000 belonging to their ancestor says The Paris Martin They have unsuccess fully used the French Governmentfor Its return Morgan County Col has eleven irrigating canals 220 miles in length altogether and with a capacity of 3 200000000 cubic feet of water More than half of Russias profits from exports comes from the tale ot grain The value of exported butter Is over 16000000 per year of eggs over 26000000 In Argentina there are thirteen principal banks of discount with an aggregate paid up capital equivalent to 50000000 including the Bank of the Argentine Nation whose capi tal equivalent to 22000000 The reserve funds of all these banks are Ayers One dose of Ayers Cherry Pectoral at bedtime prevents night coughs of children No croup No bronchitis A Cherry- I Pectoraldoctors medicine for all affections of the throat bronchial tubes and lungs Sold for over 60 years myfamilyto It for coughs and colds especially for chlU drenMB8 W II BKTMKB Shelby AU 2ScSOcJ100 j o ATEn co All drnggre forTo611 Man Night Coughs Loop tho bowels opon with ono of AYttis Pills at bedtime Just ono f nosI I r equivalent in the aggregate to 14- O3OOOO Herring nuts hung in festoons in the chancel ot Yinnnnth Perish Church nete eolenitU hre 1 by the vicar on Sjua nir Uer 2- prria1Ntlfy v tu the all l the lish lug llict next uiutniuf- Prut Ruben ICtKh has beu pre sented with a protnit best aid fete chI 1ft on the occasion of his sixtieth anniversaryTwelve six hundred thous and is the estimate of the number of the famous Rocky Ford cantaloupes shipped from the Rocky Ford district In Colorado this season Seven hundred cars were sent out as against 592 carloads the previous year Head About to Burst From Se yore Bilious Attack I had n severe bilious attack and fell like my head was about to burst when I got hold of a free sample of Chsuuberhmid Stomach nntl Liver ablets I took n doso of them after supper nod the next day felt like anew man and have been feeling happy ever since says Mr J W Smith of Jnlitr Texas For biliousness stomach troubles and constipation these Tablets have no equal Price U5 cents For sale by all drug gists ill Where Bad Eggs Go Itruuklyu Eigk A poultry farm whether ducks geese chickens be the specialty nc cumulated large nndI alodorous surplus of eggs that refuse to devel ope into fowl The average person would believe that if there in anything or erth tact isuttctly worthless It is rotten eggs Millions of stale eggs are used every year in preparing leather dressing fr gloves and book bindingsan industry that is largely carriedon in the foreign tenement houses of New York and other large cities They ate also used in manu facturing disinfectants and in the preparation ot shoe bncktng and ev fertilizerseThe eggs that live not yet lot their virtue also have other rises besides the amore common ones for culinary pur roses It is estimated that fully 55 000000 drzMi are used by wine clari- fiers dye manufacturers and in the preparation if photographers dry plates Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digosts what you oat a RECTOR OF ST LUKES Ashburnham Ontario Testifies to the Good Qualities of Chamberlains Cough Remody Aehburuham Ont April 18 1903 I think it is only right that should tell you what a wonderful effect Chamberlains Cough Remedy has produced The day before Easter I was so distressed witha cold and cough that I did not think to be able to take any duties the next day as my voice was almost choked by the cough The same day I receivedan order from you for a bottle of your Cough Remedy I at once procured a sample bottle and took about three doses of the medicine To my great relief the cough and cold had completely disappeared aud I was able to preach three times on Easter Day I know that this rapid and effective cure was due to your Cough Remedy I make this testimonial without solici tation being thankful to have found such a Godsent remedy Respect fully yours E A Langfeldt M A Rector ol St Lukes Church To Chamberlain Medicine Co This remedy is for sale by all drug gists m DeWitts JK Salve For Plies Burns Sores Changed His Mind December Iliilncott A tramp ragged and dirty to the last degree called nt a house on the door of which was a doctors sign A large rather mas ullne looking wom an opened thE door 4Scu3e me lady said the tramp but I jlst called to ask if the doctor had soy old clothes hed let me have You see Im kind o1 bad off for all kind o clothes nnd Id be much obleeged ier anything the doctor would let me have and I aint per tickler as to the fit The woman smiled and made re ply ICI am the doctor Sufferln1 Moses ejaculated the tramp as be made a bsllne for the gate sA Hard hitting and Shoot True That It the imlrrnwt rerJIr of iportumf In til wvtlmwof hrt iHoiinmcml11 drrm Ii Ijulwi1 n tw wtaiuu r toac- annolhulphlltisetbemarklr nr-we mwifActnro ft complete line of RIFLES from to to 50hSHOTGUNSend for nlutrat l titdnrderribinrrntkeontpnthate whoosh 1 ammunition tie Ask ycur dealer for our products and Insist on getting them- It It lot ft tan ltwill tnak Ton JIj1c1ut hII Trir II bwlamIntampafunmrlnanitnuRifnPtul J STEVENS ARMS Ii TOOL CO 1 O Itoi 9P91 riilronoo FntlK Mna VSA Rea1 STATE135 acres 4 tulles north ot Hartford In good state ol cultivation 85000 120 acres near Rockport in good condition good hull I ings 120000 70 acres near Palo 25 nests bottom land balance good upland good honsuA good barns ii5O 00 40 acres 3y tittles troth Sul phur Springs S33SW1 145 acre 2 4 tulles wtsi of Hartford fine land good Improvements oiooo A hous and 2 acre4 ot u round adjoining Htrtlnrl3750One house nnd lot on Union street5 rooms H acre lot in good condition f75300- I32 i acres land 3 miles front ilartford Part ol the Crowe Taylor farm two horses sot I ficient tinibtr to keep the farm 5oo 60 acres 5 miles from Hartfonl on Hardinshurg rotd good horse barnes and orchnd and good water 20 acres in woods J2oi 83 acres fire Muddy creek bottom land t0od buildings 15 acres hill land t 66000 305 acres fine Rough river bottom land near Hartford in fine state of cul tivation cheap ISS acres near Ceral vo 26 acres at CentertownIAll the above lands are bar nlnRI Titles abstracted S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HAUTFOUI KY r RIPANS Tnbulcs Doctors find A jtlud prescription liar mankind I1o Iinvkedanottghtaruunla ennl ltln TliifnnilsV both Ira iviital ruiltulnri u ripply or 11 rant All drtlMKiq well them pIIUr tJ Y JII 1 ItAltNTT r li SMITH BAR fcTf SMITH ATTOKNBYS AT LAW II AIII1uCls i1Will rlldllhIIlrtlf 4 Miiii In nil tlio eniirtH ililn and nilJuiiilnKfiiiinriiHiiitiiUiMirttif ApptnlH SpiHliilattriitloiiKlvoiitu nil liu liii r i imtru Mil to tlnlr euro CiilliTlliuiH mill tln rrnitliiuit Crlni Ilinlniiil heal Kutnto Inw SpiolaltlfH Oltlriln- ItlfllllfAN II II 1111 lilt FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law IltllTFOKIt UY Will prnitlru lit 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ATTOHNHY- lliNTMlllll KV rWill iiructlti protiloii In nil ths Courts r + Ohio and iiillolnlni riHintliH nod In tho Court Append Strlit nttintiin will is Klrin to hllln xntnth il to lii iri Collntlonii ipccl Ity Illllrt In mutt hiins yANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAWf Hartfirrt Kentucky Will prnrtliv hi prnffxlon In nil thn InnrtHOf of1nppvrlOtnivoTiT lIt Nntioliiil hank 0 DR FEN iERS GOLDEN RELIEFS tiny JIiU i insnleurit In from i to lulnutcd When you purchase a pres tat select something that will last or the person receiving It Is likelY to soon forget the elver Attlitlc dtilcni beautifully finished together with great vrttttag qualities are combined la the 1847 ROGERS BROSSPOONS FORKS KNIVES Etc The 1847 ROGERS BROS brand has a world wide reputation as Silver Plate that Wears and it sold by all leadlnr dealers Send to the k makers for beautifully illustrated Bata logue CLiu- asmoum Sara Co Soccenor U MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO Meriden Conn 0tp ob QOa r1 1 O 11 111x1 O O 1 + I IPatiola III I I The Modern tonlcn dose before each meal will make you feelIstrong and well PAN o LA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia J KidneysLaARIj MACAL Co Inc For sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 4J14N 1 + 111 1 a 11111111 1 ti r C df U I ORANGE DAY At Worlds Fair Carload ot Or oanges from California Given Away Wednesday November 23 was Or ange day In the California section of Worlds Pair 40000 oranges lieib from the groves of the Golden Stntc being distributed to na ninny people The oranges were from the Sacra niento Valley and the distribution took place at the Sacramento Valley exhibit in the Agtlcultuinl Building Iev Kxpositinn functions hove at ttacltd more attention i there was a constant email of people requiring a late number ol Jiflerson guards to prevent accidents The bulk ol the outage wen in tissue wrappers Inartnj the inscrip tion Northern Ci lifornia OiHtijeo and it was for the purpiSi ofinipns t iiiK Kistern pecpie with the ml than omnctH me grown in Northern Call lornin that the Junction was plan neil The CniUorniftns in charge told the people that the Jruit win grown more than live hundred miles north of Los Auntie the hulk ol it North ol Sac lamento and n portion ol it not Jiir Jroin the mrthtrn boundary line of the State They told ol olives fiirn and even of date and banana palms growing in the Sacramento Valley and as proof of their assertions they handed out rs rapidly as possible large yellow luscious nrangtsr Some ol the fruit gas enclostd in wrappers upon which was printed a picture of the State Capitol build J ing nt Sacramento with an in scription conveying the inlorma lion that these oranges were grown in the capitol grounds The Sacremcnto Valley exhibit was decorated lor the occasion with n mag nificent piofuslon of California flow ers fresh from the door yards ol Sac ramento Valley homes these perhaps even more than the oranges served to impress upon the visitors the balmy nature of Californias climate at this season There was also on ex hibition an assortment of fruits ber ries and vegetables and visitors were assured that these were repre 1sentative of what may be teen in Sec r ramento Valley markets practically throughout the year The gentleman and ladles In charge told their hearers that Sacramento oranges ripen from tour to six weeks earner than those of southern Call for nia that almost the entire crop ol the valley moutlnR to upward of five hundred car loads a year Is mar keted before the Christmas hnlidays In explanation ol this seeming phe nomenon it way pointed taut that the warm Japan Current flows South ward slang the Pacific ci ast warm Ing up the State of California throll ont Us entire length In r CHlllornia I aid Supt Wills of the Exhibit temperature are regulated by altitude not by latitude We find cooler climates by going up III the mountains or towards the sen coast ud not HH elsewhere by mov tug northward Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity is eoiifitnntly coming ill declaring Dr hinge New Discovery fur Con t Hinnption Coughs and Colds to bo im equaled A recent expression from T J McFurland Uentorvillo Vn s serves tiS example Ho writes I haul Bronchitis for three years and doctored all tho time without being benefitted Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by Z Wayno Griffin cr Bro druggists Trial bottles free regular sizes 50c and 8100 lu RisersytA The Some Things a Man Hates He hates to be found out He hates highly roughed creecs It is riot the sin ot putting on the color but the sin of putting It on so badly that you are found out that grates on him He hates a loudvoiced woman In fact he oaten nnythlns about u woman which attracts public attention It is not tlic strlHtiKht hut the b- eI tcomlaigly rownel woman who ap j t peals to him H hates a wo tiui W1I a OTHER WORlDS Our sole knowledge of the peo ple on other worlds and how far the there differ from our- iuhailltnnls can only be guessed by comparison with animal nature on this small sphere of ours More important to us is n knowledge of ourselves KNOW TuvsiLH was an old Greek thought How to take care of ones own is not so simple us sonic think the human mechanism is a wonderful thing anti requires watching One man who has done more to teach the American people how to care for their bodies than almost other is Dr Rr V tierce of buffalo K 1the Author of till Common Sense Medical Adviser He says It is not the quantity of the food eaten which produces strcnRtli and health for sonic people can keep strung on n very meagre dirt hut it is how much food is alisin licit and assimilated lv the Mood nnd carried to nourish every orianof the hotly It is therefore vitally necessary for the body that the stomach he in a healthy state If disease of the vtomnch or what is called stomach trouble prevents proper nutrition then the heart liver hunts and kidneys do not get proper food they are not fed on rich red blood nail in cause queue begin to show signs of distress Outwardly these signs tuny he pimples lIIIIflltIUoIIS on hkin pair face s languid feeling or by tensnn of the nerves not being fed cm pure blood they become starved and we receive a ua ruing in the pain we call neuralgia Hhenmatism too is a blood disease After yearn of practice nod study Dr Pierce found that an Alterative Kxtiict which he named Dr tierces Goldtn Medical Dis covery made from the extract of several plntitx invariably a tussle effect upan the system It helped the process of absorption of the healthy elements in the food and increased the red corpuscles of the blood as well as eliminated the poison from the system liusinc is bucincss No time for bead aches Constipation causes them Doctor Iierces Pleasant Pellets cure them by cur ing the cause Laxative mid mild 1 hypochonirae who forever recites MT sufferings for his benefit would drive the best of men to the devil or the club He hates draggled skirts and mud ly shwp He hates a woman who will spend her lime trying to convince him that he is wrong and who can do H- He hates n woman who knows ands es too much He hate1 a woman who says mean things about other women He hates u woman who does no niiike it apparent that she appreciates ell his good qualities nnd most of his bail one He hates a woman who keeps him walling He hates a house where the furni ture Is too hnnsorue to be set upon and the chairs too good to hold his feetHe hates excitement at the dining tableHe hates the person who tries tread o the newspaper before he gets it in the morningespecially If she Is his wife He hates a woman who has politi cal views and no particular religion He hates a nice refined little girl who tries to bs smart and Bohemian by taking cocktails and cocking over cigarettesHe the new Directoire hats He hates all abnormalities like huge pompadours bustles hoop skirts balloon sieves and burnt onion velvet p A Pleasant Pill No Pill is as pleasant and positive as DoWitta Little Early Risers Do Witts Little Early Risers aro so mild and effective that children delicate ladies anti weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strong peopl- say they are the best liver pills sold Sold by Z Wayno Griffin Bro m The Worlds Fair Often the village maiden in the chorus lives like a Princess after the show Is over When the groom finds that he ha put his neck into a halter he is apt to look bncl upon it as his bridle daySome women arc not satisfied with being a mans better half they want to be his better ninetenths- If a girl should happen to given man a Christmas present that was bath useful and ornamental it is a sign that he should secure her before she is taken as she Is the only one of the kind in the world Sometimes a son makes you won der what the world ever did to his mother that she should have saddled him on it- Beware of Counterfeits DeWitts is the only genuine LIand Burns for years and can recom mend it to bo the best Salve on the market Every family should keep itas it is an invaluable household remedy and should always bo kept on hand for immediate use Sold by i Wayne Giiffiu Bro IiI l- i RUSSOJAPANESE WAR Causes Leading Up to the War Now Raging in the Far East Japan is about to come into posses slon of Port Arthur alter sacrificing 50000 Infantry two battleships and a half dozen torpedo boats Russia is about to lose the fortress To keep It she sacrificed her sea pow er and lost pooo soldiers Port Arthur is really the cause of the war How Russia came into pos session of Use place is interesting- It shows how little things in the bond trival on thtir face may in volve nations in a death struggle After Chinas war with Japan the Russians lent sympathy lull money to the Chinese Count Cafsini now Ambinsa or at Washington and II Hung Chan negotiated n treaty Under this treaty Ru sin sensed to land Chtna money Chinn gave Rus sin permission to build n branch of railroad from Habin to Port Ar thur This road was to b guarded by Russians and at the end of fifteen years it WitS to be turned back to Chi na and Russia WPS to clear out ol Manchuria To guard the terminus Russia got this clause Inserted in the treaty To provide against Interference with or harm to the said railway Russia shall be permitted to occupy one of the islands tier Talienwan and make It a rendezvous for RuFSa ships and land troops and also to fortify the same In order to protect the terminus of the railway and the hops connected therewith and to provide against disasters Then to guard this terminus of the railroad from bandits or train mob oers Russia began the fortifications- at Port Arthur It is the greatest ailroad blockhouse in the world When the Japanese saw the extent preparetfor war They built on sea Russia ullt on land The Chinaman saw Instead of a entry box a fortification as strong is any other in the world except GibraltarIt too late to protest There vas the treaty IfJapan nets the fort the fight for he material thing will be won Thus a million soldiers are in the field fighting because of a sentry box it a railroad depot Other wars have begun from equal y appearently trifling lines lu a treatyThe brilliant Casslnl negotiated the reaty In It Casslnl made Rus i- aaRUTS The walkingsick wha- a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enough to go to bed- Chronic1 cases U thats what the doctors call them Engliseh meanslongsickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need Scotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they EmulsionsIt makes new fleshand gives new life to the weak system Scotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out of the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the appetitefor Scotts Emulsion can betaken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the timeTheres i new strength and flesh in every dose We will be glad to send you a few doses free Be sure that this picture In the form of a label ii on the wrapper of every boutofEmul = ton you SCOTT DOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 50c end 1 r ell druggljts H M Initial move for Manchuria China and even India He dictated the little paragraph that has brought about a war which has already taxed the power of two great nations and alter eight months desperate fighting may bejust at its beginning Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf I ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamedcondition of the mucous Itoiiiij of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely clos ed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are nothinggbut an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for guy case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars free F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Feminine Philosophy Never look at gift horse nor an heiress bride in the mouth Majbi woman would drink more if it were not bad for the complexion Tell me who winds the clock and I- oYilltcll you who regulates the house holdSome girls learn to operate the typewriter besunse they cant carry a n tune on the piano Even the girl who cannot boll vatr without burning it will not admit that she cant cock A woman with a baby always gets a seat In the street car but some wo man would rather stand The woman who holds her skirts high on a rainy day usually has three good reasons for It One of hem is the mud Woman write most of the short tnries that net in print these days but as they also reap them we men hould not complain If you dont notice each time your wife changes the style of wearing her hair she begins to think that you no longer love her Men do not 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It Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates time Stomach aril Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend EraUflNE CASTORiA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of mod The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC eCNTAUM COMPANY TT MURRAY OTftCCT NCW YORK CITY I Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age Why Hecanae It cures completely and at once It relieves the pangs of living death All ca ell of Plies can be cured by surgical operation hut you would rather have Fllen cured without the knife UAllUIS POSITIVE PILE CURE will do It Made only by the Leltchfleld Ihiirinucal Co Inc For solo by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky Photography for th- eAMATEURat Half its Former Cost American JR- CAMERAWith Double Q 1 tnPlate Holder P Jo UV Our facilities enable us to furnish cameras of the highest grade at prices which cannot be met Send for illustrated catalogue telling all about our 27 styles and sizes Free deceive relieves f oo t a 1 to e l The famous Poco Buc11Eye and American jj CamerasGenuinely in every detail Film or j Plates as you choose M Absolutely new models 48011 II 4x5 POC9J I II AMERICAN CAMER MFG CO 946 St Paul St Rochester N Y I FEMACURA tloIMany remedies for Female Diseases ore on tbo market but the only ono Thnll proven to bo an abeolatu and positive euro for rail forms of J irmlo Trouble IlFKSIACUItA A Mimlo trial will convince the host skeptlcul of Its nliuost ml rnciiloni ctinitlro powers Mniloonly by lhelillTCIIFlCrU11tt11tCtLCO to 0 oInc Ior tnf by 1 J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky t r + lIto1 1 r u l Hartford Republican Iiiaeil by tin Hartford rubllshlng Company INCOBIORAVrD C E IIIJIEdUorTE + EPSiO Ems Curni 1Qnct 34- rairrarouh 32 FRIDAY DECEMBER 2 COL BRYAN continues to smile his graceful afteielection smile MR BRYAN announces through his paper the Commoner that the country is all right Let everybody breathe a sigh of relief IT is reported that people living in the interior of Davis county have quit drinking water for the reason that it cannot be hail One eccentric old denizen says he tend his family give all the wetter they can rake and t scrape to the cows and they drink the milk JUDGE PARKER is in luck finan chilly epaknig The Supreme Court of New York has already given him two commissionership appointments worth from 85000 to 7000 each He may abandon his farming business if things continue to come his way like this- PIEIIENTROdsFVELTWS cordially received by the Southern people during his brief stay in their midst The warmhearted people of Georgi- the homo of the Presidents mothe- though r impulsive and bitter against the Republican party generally re sponded most readily to his kindac tions and kind words I GOVERNOR VAEDAUAN of Missis sippi has again made a donkey o himself and brought reproach upon his people by his very discourteous and sarcastic reply to a telegram from President Francis of the Worlds i Fair in which the Mlesissippiana at tention was called to President Rooee velts admiration of his States exhib it at the fair- PRESIDENT orin a brief speech at Richmond Ind while on his way to the Worlds Fair last Fri day gave to the people of the whole country the following pledge con cerning his conduct as President dur ing his ensuing incumbency Th election is over I am the President of all the country of all Americans of whatever partyand so far as strength is given me I shall try to bo n good President for the next fou years PATRIOTIC AND GREAT President Roosevelt manifestedade gree of patriotism worthy the appro bation of the most astute political critic aud the commendation ofa great Republic when he in a manful way immediately after his recent election gave to the public his Eaten tion to retire from the Presidency aud al110minnliontime selected for the manifests the true anuounccmentI greatness of the man and the immova ble qualities of his Washington AmericanismI and laid down a s successors But that precedent conscienceless and daring adventurer in the Presidential office would not feel bound to follow The American people have been on the whole for tunate in their choice of Chief allltimessourceful popularity hunter and selfI seekerAaron Burr had the Presidency in I his grasp in 1801 Had Ln been elected his every endeavor were most assuredly directed to keep himself in office or destroy the Republic Martin Van Buren denied a second term by the people in 1840continu ed to fret the stage with repeated ef forts for renomination till his final enticement from politics in 1848 He like Burr had no respect for the Washingtonian precedent General Grant by seeking a third nomina tion from his party in 1880 hurt himself in the estimation of many Republicans Grover Cleveland afI ter threo party nominations and two elections was not it is generally sup posed adverse to a renomination this year The Wage of Princeton has itlj is well known hmi1 respect for pro i c 1 ii hroral riino and ambitious But even hud his I n party renominated him a fourth time the people would have administer to Cleveland a defeat perhaps more signal than that dealt to Jud Parker Theodore Roosevelt now solves the thirdterm problem finally and irrevocably What Washington estab lisped as a precedent Roosevelt now makes an unbreakable rule No par ty leader can hereafter look for a third term Even nominations for the third time are barred as far as the Republican party is concerned Theodore Roosevelt has done ma great things He has iutttlgurat civil liberty in the Philippines he h set on foot an Isthmian Canal poli certain of worldwide effect he h estabilitated the MonroeD octriue lIe has made America the peacemaker of mankind but greater than all a necessary condition in tact to all these things he hue by renouncing all purpose of a third term made this the American Government foreverIWashington Letter special to TUB ltrrcu R taI Washington D CNov 29 194 All appearances indicate tint t administration will conduct theafl+ i rstn of the nation on strickly busine principles for the common goo The tone of the Prtstdents three lust speeches pleading Jar race harmony deprecating class distinctions urgir men and women to be strong a make the most of themselves advo prnclainafug religious toleration indicates th so far as in him lies peace and go will shall prevail throughout tt land followed by a state Intelligent happiness heretofore unknown In America bfa4sachtfi Secretary Moody will remain In the cabinet The President Is fond him and finds that they hold man views in common on the great socl logical questionscapital and improvement of moral and material conditions the tariffs financestrusts etc Mr Moody is known to have the Reef Trust in hard and the Pres ident has the highest confidence in his legal ability The fact that the President finished his message before starting for St Louis and that it is now in proof is thought here in Washington to indi emending cate that It is a brief document redo little legislation The present session of Congress promises to be hard working and fu ot business if everybodys wishes ax to be satisfied A score of Senator- r and twice as many Representatives have already arrived in this city and more are coming every day Among the incidental matters to come before Congress are the propos ed Impeachment of Judge Swayne of Florida and the case of Senator Smoot Secretary Hay has hi band the r port of the Commission on Interna tional Exchange It has to do with the monetary system of China and Panama The Commissioners are Hugh H Hanna Chas A Conan and Prof J W Jenks Minister Con ger writing from Pekin says Prof Jenks has practically brought fthe Chinese government to believe that it should adopt the gold standard IIn the new coinage The plan can LlIot bs carried out at once ai the pu He must bs consulted but it will he consideredThe ct Commerce an hasIIbor published a very Interest lug report of the exports of the Unit endingIof the unusually small exports o food products during the period indi cated the total value of all kinds ex ceeds by 60000000 the exports of any proceeding year While bread stuffs fell 86000000 below the corresponding period of 1903 and 158000000 below 1901 the exports of manufactures and of raw cotton makes up the difference and account for the great increase The export of cotton alone exceeds by 22000000 the corresponding period of lastC yearTimes change and men change with themthe old order of things passes away The perfunctory Cabi net dinners have been abolished the I President has thrown down the wall of exclusiveness and hereafter a Cab I inet Minister who entertains the President may invite seople to dinner j outside of the official circle to sit at table with the rulers of the land r rc 1 i vffft 111IZtJuik uiL J ic f For PJSes Burns Soros I ju CIRCUIT COURT- ed AI Convenes in Session During geotherWeekSeveral Civil Cases Tried Circuit court is still in session with a good deal of business yet until a posed of The court has been busily engaged and has held frequent night session to accommodate party lit pants and attorneys during the week Quite a number of civil cases have been tried during the week completeedd lss1cnoto a minor 28 carrying conceals weapons 5 detaining a woman against her will i fox aieatian i il legal voting i gaming 3 preach ot the peace 3 destroying tuhlic pop erty 2 shooting without wounding i peddling without license 3 I breach of the peace i petit lar cent i ailing to provide suitable waiting rum 2 nrliwJully selling liquor 4 cutting in suddtn lit at nt passion i unlawfully taking of prop juthe14 up a mist d gambling i c1IRrgdtak ing and carrying away property o pitJa Sso Mercer cacti fined 61 and costs chargata woman against guilttV at 2 years i 11of the penitentiary Comth vs Button Smith fined 525 and costs fur being intoxicated and unable to testyfy when the cos was called D B Ewen vs I C R R Co ver fdiet of the jury 100 for plantifl Robert Yobaru vd Hardin Shultz plaintiffrvs U S Casualty tsosvs J W Candor verdict of the jury 40 for plantifls Randall Board vs S W James verdict of jury 150 for plantiff Win Dehart vs J T Renfrow judgment for possesion of land with leave fur the defendant to remove the buildings Brosmaction dismissed withI out prejudice Coae1ton Drake vs Rowan Holbrook judgment for defendant Albert Millers administrator vs IIC R Rnow on trial The Grand Jury The following is the personnel churchaffiliation political affiliation and nge of the November grand jury countyeD Ford Baptist Democrat ageGa- J M Bls op Baptist Republican age 61 T F Johnson Methodist Repub lIcnn age 59 J W Pate Methodist Democrat 59 R H McDowell Baptist Democrttage 51 i C W Stevens Methodist Republican age 48 J E Bean Methodist Democrat age 47 Joe Foster Methodist Democrat age 39 D E Ward Methodist Repub lican age 38 W B AddingtonMeth Lyonsbage 31 J WaI- ter Taylor Methodist Republican age 27 Six Democrats five Repub licans one Prohibitionist three Bap tist and nine Methodists average age 46 if 15000 Fire at Leitchfield of 1A most destructive fire occurred at Leitchfield early Tuesday morning which carried away a good part ot the business portion of the town The fire occurred in the eastern portion o the public square It started in a residence just below the tsonic building burned it the Masonic halla basher shop the Gazelle office an old building In the rear resitto save the big hotel near by The loss will be about 15000 partly covered by insurance License to Wed iIThe following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last issue Rosco Bishop Centcrtown to Ida Brown Centertown Sherman A Bellamy Fordsville to Georgie E PayIis Shreve Harry Thlene Taylor Mines to Artie 11 Dennison Render Grover L Southard Taylor Mines to Lldia Taylor Heaver Dam Ira Miller nvctrfi id to Cofl PruiiH We ter iM S Tli Tails t Juiia 10yd Pleasant Ridge j I CatarrhIs a constitutional disease originating in impure blood and requiring constitutional treatment acting through and purifying the blood for its radical and permanent cure Be sure to take SarsaparillaNa- sal and other local forms of catarrh are quickly relieved by Catarrlets which allay inflammation and deodorize discharge 1eFor testimonials of remarkable cures send for our Book on Catarrh No4 C L Hood Co Lowell Mass- GREATEST DROUTH In History of Kentucky Does Un Relieftin Sight Never rutnie in the lilttory rsl Htn lucky hm so much ilaiiMgu nodhul feting horn caused by the dnntth ev t hit year The niuiuh h11Chd nerd every bniich of nulutn No ruin ol any cotiMjuinfH has laiirn since July 3 At that turn horttvtr fife gioutil wiH tetytrtt and t arurd 1Wet for solar time waida 11 atr putts to ripfti sad tin MJUII r ve tables to nntire- r The couuii cue uiues more iler mch ter tl an it Out ilic rviins y ar and peihips ten time is much water is uotd in Kentucky now thin c Jew leia1cs nyo not o y s C t1 increased population bU lieuvue- ot factory nerds Materin streets and numcrrs other vtupost for which water was funuetly litil eused if at ill The dronlli this year besides being ot longer duration than the drouth of 1854 is worse roc the reason that water is more oadlx needed Railroads are hauling water fur their own us farmers dairymen nurserymen and garden rs are com plaining and the long continued dry spell is the general sot ject of convcr- i nation on the streets Commercial men who travel through Central Kentucky declare that every small city and town in the Bluegrass region is suffering for want of water not only hindered but actu ally suffering Most of the artificial reservoirs have dried up and the running streams are Ijw The I4 xing reservoir is practically Inexhaus able but fall the other towns In that region are in imminent danger from fire and the greatest raatlon is being maintained everywhere to prevent It possible outbreak of fire which coud now hardly be checked until the town is entirely dtsroye Hartford Honored In the second Annual Hut Cnn terrier of the Young Mens Christian Associations of Kentucky lull InM eek at 6hell vlle Unnfoicl Was tioiured and is proud ol its boys Ney Fester Grosser Williams McDowell Fugle md Richard Sidetiius the county Socretnrj went hum hen HS ilelegates McDovtli Fugle WI elecied President ot the Conference mil presided it oIl texsion Grut Mt vVilliaius was Chairn an ot the Com mince cm Resolutions while Ncy Fostt r was one of the ushers Me IJmvrll also trod n apr on Vht We Cnve to the New Member The Conference was n decided suc seas and it will mean a stimulus to the work th out hout the State Our llc1 Bays Department feels proud the honors extended us as does ail Hartf rd as wtll as Ohio county We see proud of our standing TannerMoreland daughf ter Miss Ethel to Mr J C Tanner- of Owensboro The marriage will take place at Wesley Chapel church Wednesday Decembr 21 HI 2 oclock p ui Rtv J W Cantrell will officiate Immediately after the ceremony the bride and groom will leave for Louisville and other points Miss Moreland the second daugh ter of Mr and Mrs David Moreland lsknown for her kind and affable tile position and is a favorite In social circles of the community in which she lives The groomtobe Mr Tanner the son of Mrs Mizella Tanner and has a bright and promising fu ture TilE RKPUDICAN joins their many frinrg in wishing for them the rich st bv ir RS tht y journey ihrcu Ii life i = a Y AAAAAAAAA A A A 4II i Do You NeeA + 1 Printingt 1 t 49 If you do we are ready to take your order 5J 41 C for anything you need in the printing line 9f t1 We print trM 41 Envelopes per 500100Ujjij Letterheads per ream of 500 125 b Itoil t Notcheads per ream of 500 100 j te Z Statements per reran of 00 100 tar 4 q Billheads per ream of 500 125 b 23 Prescription Blanks per 1000 LOO J 5 Business Cards Visiting Cards Wedding Invitations tt f Circulars Dodgers all sixes tri J lapel hills in fact ti t- t even thing that is printed ill a lirslclass print j di shoii Prices lowest Jive us vour order Work 1A T promptly attended to t a I 5 i t5 F fitIFJ 6 Ali Uc r c rtctccth1VVt t JS VyV S1 ypMMrMMr8VY t n 1 THE REPUBLICAN SI Per Year in Advance t t2 fr1C The lint stop acri s tIll thrt hold uil you know 4 that you an within a store thats tomrtlv antici tj t paled your wants TluMvs a thrill in the airof t doini ofarcomplitOinuiit flu and away beyond JL the usual Its an atmosphere that wins eonli 3 deice Type pictured argument Wins please1 you with wel rounded phraes hut we are seeking to 5 f please you even hetter than that The Duality the Style the Price thats where we aim to shine 3 L with a radiance and brightness that none can fail J to recognize f2+ Y NTWe do not allow in this part of Ken I lucky to even approach the magnitude of our Suit Overcoat und dd Pant stuck Remember that Suits and orlOlltss2like men Tacter Some deceive by then appearance and prove false to their trust Some lootjaunty but wont t2wear We have ab frourcoats and we stand ready to make good anyoat or Suit lyetrIfrecommend to a cus tomer that fails to itiilv Ifka pert and select 011 i1ttur prices wont ktellcia4 yon from buying 20 Boots Shoes Iand Rubbers 1 stock 111 jjpw It you where you can 4J oS c 43cunilletej everydy service as well as the finest for dre sup rywear t Honest fllike Boots and Shoes Tanned bp the oldfashion cold liquor process f withoat heat or acids to kill the leather These pIBoots and Shoes stay soft turn the water and wear 4 ir like iron 1llade in plain box toe Buy a pair ftL n ff 4 Level Best School Shoes Best for Boys sf4 These Shoes are made of the toughest leather in i3L the most careful manner withsolid rook oaksolesr Level Best Shoes are unequaled for romping boys a2 If you want a new Suit Overcoat Shoes Hats I Cloaks Dresses or anything else you need bring usrp some good Corn Irish Potatoes Onions or any w other good country produce You get the same r prices you would get if you brought time cash C t t t 1 I tI y cVO9J 4B ta Vb isrVl ra1Jcp itt1JtavtfJ iojV V V I 1 Fairs Specials For one week beginning December 1st we will oiler to Hartford and vicinity the following spec ial Merchandise at values that are below the reg ular prjc- eSpecial V No I Ten pieces 30inch heavy lleeoed Flannel ettes all the new shades Browns Cardinals loCpolISpecial No2L- adies Walking Skirts mule of good weight Mellon Cloth in Brown only with nine rows of heavy coaling running around the entire garment each seam trimmed with wide cloth strap linisheclwith buttons entire bottom fin 8BIgSpecial No3L- adies long Cloak made of all wool Ker sey lined to the waist with best quality mer ceried Satin loose back with licit Velyet collar trimmed with Santoche braid and lint 98OurSpecial No4 leis Overcoats of heavy all wool Kersey come in brown and black mixtures with a rich tinge of olive collar oracle plain cut full 98llgularRegular everyday bargains in Dry Goodstfhoes Millinery Clothing liens Hats etc at prices a shade cheaper than any house in Ohio county The Place Is Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER a Illinois Contra I RallroadTlmoI UuINnrlli Itoiiiiil SiiiHIi tin iiidnJnIii NoItdualErtl9Iii- No I 1hI1ltlIII nIIhl 1 II IIII No lijilili 37 1111 Soini iti 4I j Big line of odd Punts at Sam Ul chfI1 New Cranbeiries at City Restau runt 4 S- w ResDates at tanrontIG A Ralph Magiui cleil to see us Monday For Fresh Crackers go tu City Rts taurant Cream and Brick Cheese at City Restaurant Try the Worlds Fair candy at City j Restaurant J W Cheek Askins called at this office Monday tof Fresh Oysters Fish and Celery at City Restaurant rCity Restaurant will be full of gO1dI things for Thanksgiving I R P Sorrels Cromwell was a pleasant caller Monday V The City Restaurant feeds the peo ple Everything uptodate 1 New Mlllnery Goods at Economy Store Ladles trimmed Hats from 1 50 up The Economy Store for your BoysI Suits A tangs now and up tcdute line to dcwj Orlean Molasses Pt Carson Bros EconjIIIfyou need Groceries come to or telephone CARSON Co I J It Allen Beaver Dom called to see us Monday Nicest line of fancy goods in Hart j lord at City Restaurant If you need Clothing come toiCARSON CoI iWilliam Toniley Echols t see us Cheese Sausage Dried Beef and j Crackers at City Restaurant IAll ready to wear Hats at half price ECONoMy STORK I Kinder Livermore was a pleasant caller Monday An elegant new line of Neckwear just received at Sam Bachs John T Rune Centertown was a pleasant caller Monday Try those sweet and sour pickles at City Restaurant So good iE Hedden Fordsvllle made us a pleasant call Monday Big line of Sterling Clothing for Men and youths at Sam Bachs W W Royal Fordsvllle made us- a very pleasant call Monday H D Smith Fordsvllle called to see us Monday For a nice hot meal or lunch ol course you go tothe City Restaurant Van Biatcher Horse Branch was a very pleasant caller Monday Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilero grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery AlE46tf I We are just in receipt of another Case of blue pound prints Ym must I come quick if you want a hUtItlfoflt jCAnso Coi i J C Hill Smallhous called to see us MondayIBring your Chickens Turkeys and Eggs to CARSON Co Watt Taylor Matanzas called toI see us Monday Esq W P Render Matanzas called to see us Monday Highest cash prices paid for till kinds of Furs at Sam Bachs Get your meals when in Hartford at City Restaurant Just what you want If you need school or any uther kind of Shoes come to CARSON Co Woman against Woman a four actI Drama at the new Opera Hall McI Henry to nlght- Prescriptions filled day or night BUOW1 MlSKCANTIUS Co- McHenry Ky Bring your Tnikeys Chickens and Hides Buowx MKHCANTIIE Co McHenry Ky Buy our Scholarship in the Massey Business College located at Louis yule Position guaranteed II you want the best goods for the lowest pi ice come to CAKSON Co All kinds of produce wanted BROWN MERCANTILE Co- McHenry Ky A big line of Boys and Childrens Clothing as good MS the best and as chtap as the cheapest at Sam I achst New Cloaks just received at the Economy Stole See them You will get the worth of your money in every garmentFull ol Clothing High grade goods at low prlct See our line and save money I ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE Bring your lurs to Sam Bach the Hartford merchant He wlil take all youve got and pay you the highest cash price If yon dont buy yourclothing from us we both lose Our prices are always the lowest ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORK An elegant line of Ladles Ores Skirts can be found at Sam Bnchst Dont Fail to see them before purchasing elsewhereIFor Clothing and Overcoats come to us We can fit you BROWN MERCANTILE COIMcHenry Ky A complete line ot Mens LadiesI Youths and Childrens Hamilton Brown Shoes every pair guaran teed can be found at Sam Bachs Largest and best line of Ladles Misses and Childrens Furs every themiECONOMY rOItE Ever tiling 111 a first ciasa butcher I shop is hereBROWN MERCANTILE Co McHenry Ky IDom Woodruff Stock Company consisting ql fouiteeu star actors have by special arrangements been Secured Ito give the initial strtes of plays at Mclleurys New Opera Hull SrtLRA larm consisting ol IFOR good buildings well watt ctud located one tulle southeast ot Rosine Ky C G CROWDER tf Rosine Ky Schroeters Flouing Studio will be at Hartford until Jad i 19 5 Prices on pictures range haUl 5 s to 6 oo per clczn Come now and nvotu the ruoli ut the latter part ot our stay tf Dont fall to see the New Millinery at the Economy Store Trimmed Hats 5150 Black velvet 200 and 2 50 beauties MRS SARA COLLINS FOR SALE Seven acres with plen ty of buildings and everlasting wa ter 25 or66acres with same if desir ed I Ji miles from public mines E M MILLER tf McHenry Ky ESTRAYED One black steer one 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 tame reward U S FAUGHT Illng Centertown Ky The great Double Life Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde at Mc fenrys New Opera Hall to morrow Saturday night The Bowling Green Times says of the play Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde pleased H large audience here last ulght Dora woodruff Co is the best populu priced bttraction- jtvtr visited GiL uty i T J Everly Matanzas called to us yesterday Born to the wife of Mr Frank May November 29th a fine eleven pound boy Mr and Mrs John B Foster left yesterday for a few days stay in Ev ansville Lon Wilson a colored man who murdered a man by the name of Hazel at Hadley was arrested in Beaver Dam last Saturday and taken to Bowling Green and lodged in jail The bottoms West of town are on fire and have burned marly to the town limits It is feared that the town may take fire from sphrks that may be blown from where the woods burningMr Taylor has sold his resl dencc on Union street to Mr Hooker Williams of Burksville Ky who will take possession of same about Jan- uAry i Mr Williams is a brother inlaw to Mr Wayne Griffin the druggist and will engage in business hereAt an early hour last Saturday morning the residence of Esq W I Rowe near Centertown was consumed by fire The building was a splen did country home two story frame Almost all the household goods were burned also Entire loss about 2 500 with 600 innuranceIThe Dora Woodruff Stock Com pany who have been play ing to crowd ed houses in Bowling Green Owens Russelville and other cities gave initial nurn berliThe Moonshin ers at the new Opera House Mc Henry last evening More entertainments tonight and tomorrow nightTuesday at midnight Mr J E Davidsons stable was consumed by fire Nearly the entire building was enveloped in flames when the fire was first discovered and It took hard work to prevent its spreading to other buildings The origin of the fire is a mystery as no one was known to have been about the building after about dusk the night before Two hogs a cow considerable amount of bay and corn were also burned At the boys State Convention of Young Mens Christian Association at Shelbyvllle last week Mas ter McDowell Fogle the only son ol our townsman Attorney J E Fogle was elected President of the meeting McDowell is a brilliant little fellow and the honor conferred on him by his young brotherworkers was in every sense a deserving one He also read a well prepared paper on What we owe the new member Hartford is proud of her young sons and none are more justly entitled to con sideration than McDowell Fogle QQQ43 A AAAAAAAAAAAA AQOw9O Q Q O + C J f New Arrivals ififi AT lit i S J Tichenors liticCqtfi Our buyer is again searching the markets that bit 4our customers may have the benefit of the latest if creations which fashion designs fc 4Q bIDI Qour Dress Goods bi tyC4not help being pleased when you have a selection jj from JOe per yard to 1 per yard Our dress ts 1 makers are always ready to interest you as to styles b8e j1of garments Buy front us in this llepartnlenttI 31 and you can have your goods formed a bs ionable garment readytowear before leaving our a C3building b M- d1 Winter WearbIMjj3 The appearance of cold days force us to buysC- 1 heavier wearing apparel See us for your jj29 Furs and Childrens Prices are Rock Bot fc8 ttfi1 b J1 Now when it comes to clothing we feel that iF 4there is not another house in the country that cani5b 39 a line that is superior to ours We bgnst of b the most stylish line of Overcoats and for bit 1 Men Youths and Children found in this section6t- 4 buyOvercoats i t 4 C 4 Our New House41 In our new building we will show you the most Mt complete line of Groceries QueenswareIiardwaretIM 43 Stoves and Furniture found j bar4qj Great Millinery Display We feel to we are still this taM tcfltaMi4t fi as well as who never purchased of her lit we wish to that we have that fash i ttiefi themost fastidious style The height of our ambi bit 43 iton is in serving our customers in a fair and honest S i 49 way by giving them good values close prices and b = honest treatment Visit us that we may convince Iff you of our methods and good valuesblfi i I S J TICHEN OR McHenry Ky E I 1VVYV9I ppppppipppp ieiiei Attentionc = Is called to our line of liens Youths and Childrens Clothing which we have re ceived for our fill trade and put town at very low I prices We handle the celebrated Sterling line forIi men and the Moncramake and Climax for youths and CfIisfncqonyou Twenty hens Black Cheviot suits at 3 and up alsizes 3542 Fifteen youths Suits in fancy colors at 285 and up sizes 1319 Thirty childrens Suits at CorduroyPantsand 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 iR to give Satisfaction or another pair in its place Could ayou ask a better bargain offer rens heavy Shoes at 41 and up Ladies Shoes at 1 Call and let us fit you up for the wintor ISpeCla1 Cotton 5c Heavy tlli ets Capes and Childrens Cloaks Ladies heavy Dress Goods Etc As our space is limited we cannot quote you prices w in detail but come to see us buy your fan Jip and winter goods from us and we will treat you right We will give you the best Sgoods for the least money 8 SAM BACH Hartforde t c7 n ID lit e A f ff1i fC19 JlJtO W fJfI GJ tJiee c cLV of r y r a = x s t a sR r 4 PRESSED TO DEATH Fearful Punishment That Obtain ed Under Old Eng lish Law Chicago Newt Under the old English law if a prlsorer stood mute and failed to plead to the indictment a jury WPB impaneled to determine whether his conduct came from obstinacy or from- a natural pediment According t Blackstone if the prisoner was found to ba obstinately mute and the indict ment was for high treason it was settled that his silence was equiva lent to a conviction and that judgment and execution should follow This Fame rule applied to petit larceny and misdemean ors but upon appeal or indictments for other telonirs or petit treason ac cording to the ancient law the pris oner was not deemed convicted but because ot his obstinacy he received the terrible sentence of penance or peine and was pressed to death Blackstone thus describes this pun ishment That the prisoner b remanded to the prison from whence he came and put in a low dark chamber and there be laid on his back on the bare floor naked unless decency forbids that there be placed upon his body as great a weight of iron as he could bear and more that he should have no sustenance save only on the firat day three morsels of the worst bread and on the second day three drafts of standing water that should be the nearest the prison door and in this situation this should be alternate ly his daily diet till he died or is anciently the judgment ran till he answered During the trials for witchcraft in New England a respectable citizen be ing so accused knowing that by rea son of the excitement of the times a plea of not guilty and trial woud re suIt in a conviction with confiscation of property and the same judgment would follow a plea of guilty refused to plead thereby preventing a convic tion and enabling his family to retain his property The court ordered that he be pressed because of his obitica cy The order was carried out and the victim die- dDriven fto Desperation Living at an out of tbe way place familyroftry accident resulting in Burns Gut Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of Bucklene Arnica Salve Its the best on earth25c at Z Wayne Griffin Brs drug store m Queer Farm in Pennsylvania- The death not long ago ot Isaac Sweigcrt an aged resident of Lancaster county Pa brought to eight one of thee most remarkable cases of unnecessary thrift and swing on record Isaac Swegert with his two sis ters had for ha fa century or mor been er gaged in raising large an profitable crops from the fertilj sixty acres which they j intly pnssesed but strinjr to any noneor vtry few of the farms products were ever sold It coat the family but very little to a nr Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To rind Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your I water and let it stand twentyfour hours a about by sediment cr settling indicates an unhealthy condl r lion of the kid if it stains your linen It Is evidence of kid fey too frequent desire to It or pain In the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad derareoutof crder What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRoot I thebackInabilitytoit or bad following use bf liquor unpleasantnecessity limesduringordinary effect of SwampUoot is soon wonderful i thebestI You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that I more it both end 1bolutIt free raii neys trouble pass effects I fCIi f paperD 1 t rlTc SW ran roKilmers t 1 I 31 n1 4 Two Vr Dyspeptics If are too fat it is because your food musclostrengtosyou are that you eat arc not properly digested and assimilatedLean stringy people do not hay enough Pepsin in the stomach while f people have too much Pepsin and not enough Pancrcatino KodolDyspepsia Cure contains all the digestive juices that aro found in a healthy stomach and i exactly those proportions necessary tenable the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all foods that maybe eaten Kodol is not only a perfect digestant but it is a reconstructive tis sue building tonic as well Kodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Ea Rests the stomach rebuilds tho tissues and gives firm flesh DolUr bottle hold 3H time a much n the trill or BO CUlt lire Prepared at the Lab 1 oratory of ECDeWltl A CoCllle to USA live and after disposing of so much of the seasons crop as would bring them in the necessary money to bit their provision and clothing e rest of the havest would bo laid aside as carefully as a miser puts by his hoard of gold The family is decended from thrift German stack Isaac Sweigerts par ents were among the first who turned virgin forest in that section of Penn- Sylvania into productive farm land The industry and the savings of the parents were apparently transmitted by hereditary to the son and daugh ters who toiled for years early and late in the sowing cultivation and reaping of their crops but who failed through neglect or indifference to ref alize the commercial value of their la borNo outside help was ever hired a the farm the arduous work of sowing and reaping being performed by the jointisform of labor in the fields The brother and sisters allowed but littlt sunsuine to brighten their lives They rarely visited any of their neighbors and were seldom seen at any public gatherings The only change in th e even tenor of their simple lives was when the brother brought a wife to the old homestead and the prattle of a child later lent a new and strange atmosphere to their cherless home The family lived almost exclusive ly on the products of the farm and were seldom seen making any pur chases at the country store As years passed the brother and sisttrf 1were reputed to have accumulated considerable wealth but continue1 their hard toll ond economical rneth odor of living Instead of disposing of their crops as formerly they began stacking their grain at iifTrcni points on the farms where it wa5 allotted to rot by years of exposure ti the elements Visitors to the pitmhes will find a out seventyfive of these stacks scattered all over the loyal between fifteen and twenty b lng located niij the houFe The loss irons this siurct- aggregating thousands of dollar Ot late the brother and sisters were content with threshing and cleaning on ly enough of their caps for immedi ate wants storing the surplus o grain each year in different rooms of their house The house now con tarns great quantities of griln espec hilly the lower story where its great weight has caused swagging ot the lour and the valuable product finds its way through the cracks to the cellar beneath The storing of this grain has proved a rich treat to count less hordes of rats and mice which thrive tend grow fat on it An examination of the numerous stack showed that the once valuable product is worthless either as food lossieluding the immense quantities of grain stored in the house and which is stated to have also become ulfit use woulJ it is tiald be sufficient r the purchase of one of thu largest nn n Lancaster county billBCnl 8 fur Jiiii iili UBIl OA3f I IL CHINESE HUMOR Illustrative of the Shyness of the Mongolian Under All Cir cumstances Here is a typical example of a C nese lunny story 1 A passenger boat lull of people was on the point of pushing off from the shore when a man came running up in a hot haste and asked to be taken into the boa- tTheres no room we cant take you answered the boatman But he was not to bs put off so easily If tyou will let me come he cried I till you a tale The passengers began to discuss the situation We have nothing to do e they said to each other and its vary tedious If he were to tell us n tory he would while away the time Accordingly regulations as to the number art passengers brluby- o nn means strict in the flowery anti ti leI applicant was allowed to ante C- rlydb The passengers squeezed clo per and so managed io make mom for him proving the truth of thcGr- man adage Many patient sheep go into a small fold tltpromised story Without hisitalion he began Chao Chao once led 830000 men cavalry and infantry to the south of the Yangtze Chao Chao wets a famousjChinese general who lived in the time of the Han dynasty about the beginning of the Christian en yand whose deeds of prowess are still related with great gusto among his fellow countrymen- On their att went on the story byyn e a le plank They creased over one bone y Here the narrator began to make noises which were supposed to represent the trampling of the steeds Tehtehteh This went on this n audience grew rather tired of it At last some one said Please goon with the story You must wait for them to cross the bridgett was the answtr When 830000 men and horses have to cross e oneplank bridge It wont do to hur theytcalmly resumed his tehtehteh Again his audience pleaded for the continuation of the story but he declined to be hurriedIThey cant cress the bridge in a short time he said they must go slow ly and carefully So he went on with his tehtehteh and however much he was urged he would say nothing else So the bout reached its destination and the story was nev er finished because Chao Chaos army had not yet had time to cross the bridge Worst of all Experience Can anything be worse than to leelj that every minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mrs S II Kewsou Decatur Ala For three years she writes I endured hmiflciable pain from iiuligeftion stomach and heaves trouble Death seemed inevitable when doctors an d all remedies failed At length I a i induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous Inn proved at once and now Im complete ly recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Dowel troubles Eeetri- Bitters is the only medicine Only fiOc Its guaranteed by 7 Wayne Griflin it Bro druggists m I Christmas Giving When we look seriously at the pant degradation ot Christmas whir anfat accompanies it we shall prolaoly most of us say that it is time to calla halt fhls miserable and foolish business of giving becaus we have received encouraged as it is by shopkeepers fed by our own mean ambi tion and vanity nourished by a paltry unwillingness to be under obligations and by the mere fashion of I this period which decrees Christmas excesses this silly and fatiguing cus torn has got to stop and women are the folks to stop it Here Is a reform fresh to our hands Here is a work waiting for us CASTORIA I I For Infants and Childrent The Kind You Have Always Bought n Bears the- Slgnature of nH t I ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY IINtUluusunuI i q 1lal bring cheapand nrreasur you should patronize home fall where you can buy your own plan and build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole oltn ty and business points generally by only paying a rea5u able rent to tilt Rough River Telephone Company they will be nt the whole expense if llyou say so Wt connect with all Inl dependent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stet ans Manager j Hartford Kv THIS CATARRiJ REMEDY G3nTVM1r m is Surf to GIVE Satisfaction rELYS CREAM BALM tare rv Itfrat illf t t9I1 h 1Il- ihI th1Io IIIIIISmut It n 1IInl Jrlr + n tea c u t b I I t IDIelirotiMtM tin Mriilrin ltT rio I tiiBt iitiil hiiill P vl ititirI t r liv uiiill Iriil 1 1IlliY IHHii 11it fIlIsrr II t rk II- Q a BIG FOUR tTllfIJIST LINK TO I J Indianapolis J Peoria CMcafla A loci all points in Imlinim i sail Michigan Cleveland Buffalo J New Yorl i i Boston And All Points East a Information cheerfully hirn I shed on application at City + Ticket office 1 Big Four Route No 259 4th Ave or write to S J GATES A Geiil Act Passenger Dept Louisville Ky Subscribe for The Hartford Republican and the Louisville Herald both papers one voar for S125 Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery oNgi 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reasponnibllity in maintaining its owners equilibrium says the Bal timore News For instance coming up on the Southern railway I got a forward berth in a sleeper from the Atlantic specia Before we hud been two hours out an elderly lady who had lower 13 in tht inflection car back over the trucks complained to the porter that she couldnot stand the direct jar from the wheels Overhearing her I promptly offered to exchange and she was tickled to death to accept So the porter switched us bag and baggage and I went into 13 Well I hant been there very long until the gemtlttmnn who presides over the buffet came in put up a table and set- a meal in front of me such as I had never tested on Any train I told him there must be some mistake Not at nil he raid th meal was ordered for section 13 and paid for in Atlanta to he served at this point I thought of the elderly lady and he went to set her Not hers he reported coming back to me but It was paid for by 13 to be served in two hours and by George youve got to eat It I just happened to be good and hungry Well I said Ill eat the meal but mind no matter what hapens dont pay tar it I told you it was paid foil He snapped out and proceed e I to haul in a bottle of wine in the ice Well I never ate such a mealnever expect to eat such an other one Af teran hour oreo I had cleared it away andwas feeling a prince when in walked a dapper cheap from the next Pullman and glanced at me as he passed Pretty soon my buffet man came through He was black in the face nearly choking What was the trouble Why it seems that the meal had been ordered for this young chap and his bride who had section 13 in the next car and didnt want to go to the dining car He was some sort of a relative or other of somebody in the railroad company I believe Was he mad Not at lIhe enjoyed the joke immensly and asked me to come up to his section and meet the lady in the case But by Jove It merely made me bawl out pity for when I saw her The poor thing was all but starved and it was all I could do to button my vest No More Suffering It you are troubled with indices lion get a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and eee how quickly it will cure you Geo A Thompson of Spen cer In saysClHave had Dyspep sia for twenty years My case was almost hopeless Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was recommended and I used aI few bottles of it and it is the only thing that has relieved me Would not be without it Have doctored with local physicians and also at Chicago and even went to Norway with hopes of getting some relief but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the only remedy that has done me any good and I heartily recommend it Ewy person suffering with indigestion orI Dyspepsia should use it Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m COUNERFEITING DYING Scrupulous Watch Kept by Secret Service Department Makes Work too Difficult Chicago Trbune Counterfeiting is by no means the business It used to be Outside the moral scruples one may have It doesnt pay to counterfeit because the Secret Service Bureau of the Treasury Department always gets the counterfeiter It may take years but r 4 De1pnrtmentthe back of every piece of currency never give up Then wheu one is caught the Federal Judges have a habit of imposing the severest penal ties which tray mean a 5000 fine or 15 years impiisnntupnt or btth The currency must ne kept an the flig So iitrict are the laws on this point that It is loibidden to print or IIllntI or engrave a picture or make n phnto graph of a coin bil baud or warrant Thus another check is put on the grasping citizen who might aspire to get some of the crisp bills without giving an equivalent therelor Many a vsltor to the banks of the city has looked with quickening pulse and tightening lips at the pile of money displayed there and sighed a long nhh as he thought of what he could do with it If I only had is at some time the thought of every person who enters these vital spots of the wealth of the city To the bank employes the constant contact with money makes it in the abstract of no more consequence than so much blank paper or scrap iron Yet with a fecllity which seems wonderful to outsiders they can detect and con damn bad money almost at sight A cashier of a Chicago bank in speaking of the faculty said I guess it is more by intuition than anything else The constant handling of the genuine money however soon enables one to detect the slightest difference in the currency There are no secrets in the art of de tecting counterfeit money Nor are there any short roads to the knowl edge of this business that I have dis covered Careful study long experi ence and a natural aptitude for the work are the only requisites I see that will make an expert along these linesOnly a few months ago a man who styled himself a professor In the art of detecting bid money came into the bank bringing with him a number of skillfully executed counterfeit national bank notes These he showed enl + rging upon those points in the bill which revealed their fraudu lent character He solicited an op portunity to give special instruction in his secret art of detecting coun terfeit bills It is needless to say that he was an imposter Practically speaking however there Is compara tively little counterfeiting going on In the country now a day owing to the vigilantnever tiring watchof the GovernmentOne the principal sources of protection the banks receive comes from the publications which are sent out by the Government containing the names and descriptions of recent counterfeits A good thing to remember in keeping an eye on counterfeit bills is to watch the colors closely Sometimes the colors of the seal which is im printed on the face of the bill is a shade or two darker or lighter than the genuine At present there are comparatively few counterfeits that could deceive a competent bank teller National bank notes are more often counterfeited than treasury notes The old treasury notes prior to 1869 were made ot plain bank note paper The issues of the later dates have been printed on fiber paper Of the old issues counterfeits were more nu merons than those of the new though several times some good counterfeits of the latter have baen made A pre ference is generally made by the transgressor of the law for the bills of the larger denominations By exer cising caution however in handling bank tellers are rarely deceived The Secret Service Bureau of the Treasury Department is now managed with such skill that advice of any attempt to float new counterfeits is furnished to the banks olttimes before the plans can be put into operation All United States notes are printed on sheets of four notes and one denomination on each sheet EachI note is lettered in their respective order in the upper and lower cornersI diagonally oposite A B C D TheI Governments system of numbering its notes result In certain relation be tween the number and the letters of each note Photography has not as yet been succesfully tried either in the coun terfeiting of the national bank notes or the United States treasury notes as the colors on those notes cannot as yet be successfully reproduced by photography Perhaps the safest and best way of detecting bad money is by judging of the character of the engraving std printing Of course that requires still and long practice but it is one of the most trustworthy s lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard beautiful brown or rich black Use methods as is generally conceded An act of Congress rtqnitea national banks to stamp or write In plain let sera the words counterfeit altered or worthless upon all fraudulent notes which they may get hold of This is not generally observedso there is little protection from this sourceThe proportion of worthless bank notes is small though when you take into consldeiatlon the volume of the national bank circulation Under the old state syetem there was u far greater amountof counterfeiting As for the alterations general experience will prove that it is a difficult matter to deceive a teller of much experience on that branch of counterfeiting- If bank tellers will make a careful study of genuine bills there is com paratively little danger ol being de ceived There nev r was a tlmewhen such excellent work has been put on paper money It is an easy matter to discover counterfeit coins by their weight and the Indistinctness of their stamping One accustomed to hand sing money can readily discover the difference the mnjorlty of mankind however hardly ever stop to glance at the money they receive They know they will not keep it longso they wad it into a heap in a pocketbookor jam it into their trousers or vest pockets with an assortment of knives and keys This habit affords the counterfeiters fresh opportunities for their labors But little attempt is made to pass counterfeits at banks nowadays Be Quick Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup Chamberlains Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough ap pears will prevent the 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Pastor Baptist Church Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Her J II Burnett pastor- C P Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 pm Rev J O liar ned pastor School Trustees Hartford Jas P Miller J Glenn S T Stevens D M Uocker JlI B Car son Jon C Riley Town Trustees Rowan Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W 8 TInsley A C Taylor Gocrot societies A 0 U W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No C75 F A A Masons first Monday night In each month Rough Illver Lodge N o110 Knights ol Pjthla moots every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 Q A II hold regular meetings Saturdaybeforefiretsundoyln eacA monthVia LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah the Pacific Coast DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CirioELECTRIC IRON MOII TAIN BOIITE illy PhE iJJ hf1 e = qH Tba nI fied FcjJnte sal vt erlj f fcIrOOr I VICrt Y o F1G7riC tuiJTSD TRA I fw fstJw IfitoraiaKoa Advertising Hsllir tic H roll R T G MATTHEWS Tray Pm Act Roan 202 Equtlabli Clfe lOIS lllE KT 4 C TOWtinCNO O Pa v1Rr OT LOUt i OaBTOElXA iKtiSl1aturo Bugit 1 1 r Ci F i Hartford Republican I j FRIDAY DICEIBIR 2 THE LOST IS fOUND Roy Jefferies Who Was Reported Dead Found Started from California Went to Work in St Louis and Failed to Write Home About two weeks ago says the Madisonville Hustler it was report rd that a body was found In a lake near St Louis and the press report over the country had it that It was the body of Roy Jeflerles who former ly lived with his brother W H Jefferies of the Nebo country and his relatives and mends were muc disturbed over the reports Subse quent investigation disclosed the fact that the body was not his but as h had not been heard from for about two months his people did not know his whereabouts and were very muc uneasy for fear he had met with lou play He left abut two years ago and went to California and while there wrote his people regularly The last letter was sent by him in August In which he stated that he was think lag of coming home No more was aeard from him until the report of his supposed death was published f Investigation at the place in Califor nia where he had been showed that he had left there and his folks did no know what to think about it He explains that he left California sxpectlng to come straight home ald take his people by surprise but up on arriving at St Louis obtained good employment from a well known contracting firm and concluded to Work there awhile and then come on laterHe showed up at home Sunday alive and well and his people are aiuch rejoiced at the knowledge of the fact that he is alive and in good shape Lost Son Is Found- St Louis Nov 3oA man giving His name as Harry McLain and chim ing to be the son of County Clerk H T McLain of Bracken county Ken tucky had himself arrested at Belle yule Ill on the charge of vagiancy so that he might have a place to stay during the wlnU r McLain to d the sheriff at Belleville that his father was an official In Bracken county and the sheriffcom- municated with Mr McLain with the result that the young man will soon be on his way home Mr McLain replied to the Sheriff that he had mourned his son for dead for several years and was surprised to find out that he was still living When the family last heard from the young man it was five years ago and he was then in Kansas City Arrangements have been made to secure the prisoner transportation this 0 native State- Resolution of Respect Palo Local Union No1 of the A S Df E Whereas we knowing that death has visited one of our members and taken away the life of our worth brother and President B L Maden a and knowing too his worth and the sincere interest he had and would f have taken in our lodge as President and member be it Resolvedt 1 That we an members and broth heartI In their great loss which we feel theyI as yet have not realized 2 That a record of these resolu lions be kept on the minutes of thisI lodge and one sent to the UptoDate Farming our paper also to the county papers and at least one copy of them be sent to the family of the deceased CrARENCR DEWKESE 1 R N LoinCIIASK C BERRY J INTELLIGENCEtgold i prodnced In the Canadian Yukon for aine months en ling with September t this year war 8593734 this being the amount on which the government royality of 25 percent war paid Ad ding two districts from which returns were incomplete and also some gold whicn may have escaped royalty the total ior the nine months was about 10000000 As the Yulron working iason I over the probability is that t f r the total for 19 M will be somewhat es than the 12 5 10000 reported last exrIt Is stated in Washington that Al aiiral Dewey pnbibly will decline to It on the AnjloRusfUri North Sea CWIItIIS iou Admiral Dewey would utrank nli the other members of the 1fOrd and by etiquette prob ibly wool d reflected presiding officer Owing io the delicate situation the Adtutra sees a possibility of compltcatlons and pinburnssment to the Government which he does not care to encounter A verdict for 400000 damages ha peen awarded In the Supreme Court to Mrs Anna Morhard wife ol Staten Island physician who wa killed a year ago iu the cellar of hi home by an electric shock May Be Permenent Is Is reported that if plans projec ted by the holders of interest of thir tytwo of the shows on the pike at thhe pike may be made a permanent amusement enterprise in a slightly nl thee present pike attractions including the most important concessionaries estateh lish in St Louis a greater permanent park that shall rivAl the tamed Coney Islands of New York and should drarris to St Louis every summer thousands seekerstIt Will Pay You Too A merchant in a neighboring town states that his advertising last yea cost him 54 cents f3r every 200 wort of goods sold He used a half page for his business announcement each seatd newspapers he will advertise Theresa man possessed of a good head Just as soon as merchants begin to loot up on advertising as a branch of the business which requires as much care as any part of it when will advertising pay Honesty force originality and persistency In advertising make it a paying investment BEAVER DAM Nov 29 Mr aad Mrs J S Mai dox of this place spent a few days last week with relatives at Owens boroMiss Dora Wallace of Spring Lick Is visiting her sister Mrs S B Van Meter at this place Miss Lillian Monroe of this place who is teaching shool near Prentls spent a rata days at home last week Miss Kittle Raoales who has been at Louisville for the past year has returned home to accept a positlo- as n bookkeeper lor the Beaver Da Plaining Mill Company Rev G W Grant was a welcome visitor In our town last week Rev Sidney Maddox of this place has just closed a very successful re vival at Kanes Grove in which there were forty confessions and thirtyfive additionsThe which Is being held b Rev Coakley at the Baptist church 1 progressing nicely Up to the present time there have been forty ions SAULLHOUS Nov3iMrJohn Drake died at his home Monday November 21 after a short illness of typhhold flux and consumption of the bowels He leaves a wlfeone brother and three sisters three sisteraandya host of friends and relatives to mourn his loss He was a consistent mem ber of the Stnallhous Baptist church His remains were taken to New Hope church for interment after funeral services by Rev John T Casebier He was an honest and upright man and will be sadly missed la the com munityMr Ross has returned to h is home in 0 vensboro after several days visit to his mother Mrs Jennie RossMr and Mrs Bud Bullock and chit dren of near South Carrollton were the guests of Mrs Jeanie Bills Sun dayMrs Sallle Drake and granddaughter little Miss Thelma Ja oe hav returned to their hom at South Carrollton after several days visit t sister Mrs P B Taylor and other relatives In this community R S Huuter attended church at West Providence Sunday Miss O ait Malilix Rock oart was in our midst Sunday the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs M P Mddox Mr and Mrs J C Hill and little daughter Mtrlou Mrs Overhults and MM George Fulksrsoa South Carrollton were also guests of Mr and Mrs Middox Sunday Master Gay Barnard was able to attend church Sunday Several from this place attended ti he birlsti of tIr J ha Drake at New 3 pe last Tuesday Rev Ollie Weir pr ac ie1 t vj very interesting sermo nt Smilion hump Saturday night and SunUy Me n Rob and 12 Id is hunter will o to Uici Tu Hliy for a feivM ivn ohit to their sister Mrs Jan s Irunnell NOCREEK Nov 31 notnvr Thanks riving hatsromr sad gone MUI y h ive bran the jIS and blessings our peoples liave enjoyed the past year but Intrr mingled with these s rrow and de ith takens Insone can see the silver lining there fore let u5 b thankful each day fir the manifold blessings we enpy The meeting is still in pro rss with able sermons and goil auJien ces Miss Elfii Steven of near Center town is visiting her cousin Miss Ina Stevens George Hix wife and chill of Sutherland Station v sited Homer Hampton and family Sunday Little Miss Dana Rial is confined to her room at present Miss Ella Bennettof near Hartford visiting relatives here Mrs Miztlla Tanner sad son James of Owensbjro were visiting friends and relatives here the first o the week Hess Ward Is erecting a dwelling purchasedh o Mist Milista Roby of Anderson ville Is visiting Miss Alan B lint The continued drought has male it necessary for a great rainy to haul water some little distance Miss Nora Cantrell spent last wee In Hartford the guest of the Misses Carson Mr Jesse Foster want to Livermore Monday Rev W C Moormin who has been assisting In the meeting here left Monday to attend the missionary meeting at Livermore Mr Wayne Woodward and sister Miss V rna of Render Mines visited their uncle Mr J F Wallace Sat ur lay and Suaday Mr Myworth Bernard and family will leave Friday for their new horns in IllinoisHomer Hampton sad family con template leaving the I5th of Decent for Cloralo where they will nuke their suture home We are quite glad tt learn that one Barmnett who moved to Colorado not long since oa account of falling health Is greatly improved and has been ale to work every day since there and has gained 22 pounds In weight Ellis Foster made a call in E 1st Na creek Sunday the guest ofwell we will not say CENTERTOWNsNov 28 The Republican coavan verysquitely although the meeting was largely attended Hurrah for the nomineesE went to Cromwell last week on business Mr U S Faught has moved from town to his farm Mrs H H Davis and daughter Irene visited relatives at Pt Pleas ant sad in McLean county last weekMrs Lucinda French is home again after visiting friends in Island RENDER- N V 31Dr HnrvSnlthotPrsn tls was here one day la it week Mrs F E Hurls and Lzzle Mer cer were In Braver Dim one day last weekMiss Miaaie Lie Ticheaor Is visiting relatives in Centerto a P B Burton and Nisi Jessie DJW ell of this place were mirrlad in Prentls on the 23 intt Mr Burton is the youngest sin of Mr and Mrs G W Burton and Miss D avail Is the DrvlleBoth are latellijjaat yjanj people tielothe knot tint wile them one We wish them mah joy and happiness Caarles CtrjU an I Miss t1 idle Ei ryteby ace inn 0a lie i tneai J B Hurt W Li In II tpkins Rod W b Her counties last week Messrs F 0 Alen ail J M Ry nnlds aad City Police Rjaeer were in Mines was here oie day last week Richard Francis of Central City spent Thank tglvin here Mrs C L Silsbirg w3 the guest Hirtforl one day loot week on business Ntchola9 Burns Jr of Taylor 4 4 if her son P K Silsburg last week Mrs Him M vldox aid Mist Josie 1Iuldox were in Braver Dam one day last week G L Miller Cloverprt was here on business last Friday Walter B abipi it C 1 mugs Itd a girl horn oo the 23 lust D J Duncan Greenville was here on buulnejs last Friday Rev E D Btir I i4 of Benver Dim prechllln interesting sermon here last Sunday Messrn Ohi Brovn nil Jihn En leby were in R ekport Uit Snnd ty Die Williams and M D Fair were In H trtfard last Sund iy Mrs J W Tilford visited in Pren tiK last week Ulyses iWnaln of Prentis vas here yesterday Messrs G T Tinsley D W Gwyn Y D Black and J D Walker were In Hartford yesterday J P Stevens city police of Braver Dam was here yesterday- Mr and Mrs J L Nilghbors are visiting relatives In Beaver Dun Mr Oflutt of the Courier Journal nf Louisville was here on business today Another wedding to come off in the near future OASTORAfear floeiha Kind You Have Always Bought Signature fI ofclfBEDAV 3aBusiness Is very good in our little town lastfon business Several from here haveben attend ing the protracted meeting which is in IMRrnss at Nocreek Mrs Palestine Webb and daughter Miss Clara spent Tuesday with Mrs Shownkrta Blanch Greir went to IlutfJrd Tuesday Ernest Smith Punant Ridge vis ited friends here Tuesday speltIMr Mrs MJzilln Tanner unit son lames Owensboro visited relatives near here Saturday nn1 Sunday Mr nnd Mrs S A Bennett spent Tuesday with their daughter Mrs Ida Wallace Prof Ellis Iud pupils entertained their friends Thursday with a very nice programme consisting of rerita bone etc which every one en joyed OA fgTOR IABean thethe Kind You Have Always Bwrriit Signature 1I of t u Rushvllle Ind Messrs Ely bios I have been a great sufferer from catarrh and hay fever and tried many things but found no permanent relief until I found it in Iilya Cream Balm about eight years ago and we have been fast friends every since Rev R M BentleyMessrs 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 DRrr M POTTER Gen Mgr Arizona Gold Mining Co O El 0TO HIA m Bean eTheKind You Han Alwirs Bevgjd Signature TIIaIf Order of Ohio Bounty Goilrt Regular November term November 7th 1994 R H Rains c motion for local option election Rosine Ky This cause again coming on fo hearing 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 1904and said applicants having this day deposited with the presiding judge of the Ohio County Court the sum of 3500 in money an amount sufficient to pay for printing or post lag advertisements as provided by lawand the fees of the ing entries in the order book and the court being sufficiently advised It is ordered and adjudged by the court that at the last preceeding general election in Roslne 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 to more than 25 per cent of the vote- cast in said Precinct at the last pre ceeding general election and that c aewN 011rtcnrdI i o1 IIrI tierednor aljtulpfi by tit cur an election be hrll In Rvine vntiut precinct all the 12hIar of Decttu bvr 19 M l trtkr the srest tf tl- lrgal r votes of said pr rlllct who errs I quiilfitd to vote nt erections for coun i ty officers upon Hi question wheth er or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall iold bartered loan ed or tr fl nl ii said voting precinct of k iine Ohio county Ken tucky and that Cal P Keown Sher iff of Ohio county Is ordered and di reeled to hold said election lie evil open a pollat the voting places in said precinct on slid late for till purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said precinct who are qua tied to vote at elections fur county officers upon the proposition whether or not sphltouy vinous 01 milt liquors shall be sold bartered loan ed or trafficked in In Roslne voting precinct Ohio county Kentucky It is further ordered and adjudged by the court that a special registration he held in Rosluc Ohio county Kentucky a town of the sixth class on Saturday Decmber 3 194 for the registration of those persons entitled to vote at the special election to Ix held on Dccmbrr 12 1904 whose mums have not been recorded on the registration hooks of that year and t said re lstiatlnii shall hu advertls v IllIIr published In like manner nt the time and place of slid local option i election Ih rtqnlieJ to be j ubHshc 1 A copy attest M S KAOiANn C O C C Pursuant to the foregoing order nitl judgment of tlt Ohio County Curt I will on Monday Derpmher i2 h J9iCHUsea pi11 to bi opened ns and in the manner rqulred bv low tit each wiul nil of the voting placll1 in the precinct of Rosine Ohio county theilegal voters of cold town qualified to vote for county officers upon the question Whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in In the said precinct of Roslne I will also cause a registration to be held in the town of Roslne Ohio county on the 3rd dayof December 194 at which all persons qualified to vote for coun ty officers who have not heretofore registered may have their sautes placed on the registration books for thatyear Given under my hand as Sheriff of Ohio count Kentucky this the 15th day of November t94 C P KnoVN S O C GUNS GUNSHave just received a large line of Shot Guns Rifles Target Guns Ammunition Shells Etc And respectfully nk you to call ndtte the largest and best line of Shot Gut s ever In IIitfi rd PRICES THE LOWEST ti CARSON BROS Groccrymcn Hartford Ky r hNAA Swell Things in Suits And Top Coats The season for Winter Suits and t Top Coats is on and our stock is com plete in every sense of the word Suits f or boys tflCO to 500 Suits for youths 8200 to 81000 SuIts for Men 250 to 15 Overeo for Boys 8300 to 500 Overcoats for Youths 400 to 1000 Overcoats for Men 2 J t We also carry a complete line of r Shoes made by the best makers such as W L Douglas and Walkover for rmen boys and children and for la dies and misses we carry the P WI1 Minor and Smith Sterling Wealso carry a full line of Dry Goods No tions Groceries and Furniture Let r your wants be known CARSON CO INCOnpORA TED Kentuckys i- rr1 d