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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u llqnbttcani 1Dt r Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS YOU Subscription 1 a Year VOL AVli HARTFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1904 No 21 CALEB POWERS w Gets New Trial for Alleged Conspiracy to Kill Goebel Court of Appeals Reverses Death Sentence Imposed by Special Judge Robbins The Court ql Appeals of Kentucky last Tuesday by a vote of four to three reversed the verdict and sentence of the Scott County Circuit Court con 1 demning Caleb Powers to death for alleged complicity in the assassina tion of William Goebel which gives the accused new trial Chief Justice Burnam and Judges OReur Baker and Settle the first J r two Republicans and the last two Democrats constituted the majority of the Court in favor ol n new trial for Powers and Judge Barker ol Louisville wrote and delivered the opinion of the court Judges Pnvnter Hobaon and Nunn all Democrats united in n dissenting opinion sustaining the Scott Circuit Court which was written and deliv ered by Judge Pnyntir Chief Justice Burnam and Judges PRear and Barker united in a sepa rate opinion delivered by Judge Bar ker declaring thnt ft Federal ques tion was Involved in the case as con tended by Caleb Powers attorneys while Judges Settle Iaynter Hobson and Nunn a majority of the Court t united In declaring that the case did not present a Federal question so that this phase ol the case cut no figure in the reversal of the death sentenceThe of Appeals reversed the Scott Circuit Court on three grounds briefly as follows Flrstthat the lower court refused to give defendant time ir1ch to discover and file addition ral for a new trial second because sentence was pronounced on the same day the verdict was returned h third because of remarks of Attorney Thomas Campbell for the Common wealth wherein he referred to the Jim Howard case This is the third verdict against Powers reversed in the Court ol Ap peals the first two trials having re sulted in life imprisonment sentences I and the last in a death sentence Judge Cantrlll sat in the first two trials and Judge Rotlns of May field appointed by Tov Beckham presided at the last trial when Powers made his famous speech in his own i G defense The case will now be dent bask to the Scott Circuit Court for a new trial Judge Cantrlll has been inca 1ttpacitated for holding court since he was last summer and he will resign from the Circuit Court to take his seat on the Court of Appeals bench the first of January as the suc cessor of Chief Justice Burnam from the Fifth Appelate district Govern s or Beckham will have the appoint r mebtof Judge Cantrills temporary successor on the Circuit bench of the district comprising Scott Woodford f e franklin and Bourborn counties who will serve until the election next No vember when a Judge will be elected for the remaining four years of the j original six years term ifThePowers case will undoubtedly l go over till early in the new year when it will naturally b tried before f the new judge appointed by the GOY ernor to succeed Cantrlll This is the third time that the Pow ers case has been reversed On the first trial the jury found a verdict oi guilty a and the sentence was imprisonment tor life the second trial resulted in it the same verdict and the same sen t tence The third trial resulted in a sentence of death and it is from this that Powers is now relieved by the decision of the Court of Appeals Caleb Powers is a native of Eastern Kentucky and was born near Bar bourville He was educated at Centrey College and in 1899 was a candidate for Secretary of State on the name ticket with W S Taylorat the time y of the GoebelTaylor election He e was given the certificate of election a r itf t t Ii 0 N r and while the contest was pending Mr Goebel was assassinated It has always been the theory oi the prosecution that Mr Goebel wna killed by a bullet fired from Powers office and that the tater was a cOD Vi rator in arranging for the murder The various trials of Powers have attracted national attention The chief claim always made by Powers and his attorneys was that the jury panel was no arranged HS to make every jury that tried him composed solidly at hit enemies IPRIZES AWARDED In Carson Cos Guessing GonI test Official Vote Was 5554 The estimate In Carson CosI guessing contest which was inaugu rated by that firm several months ago time subject matter ot which was the number of votes cast for Congressman in Ohio county at the November 194 election has been tabulated with the following result FIRST PIUXK f50 Ben S Chamberlain Nocreek 714 Janus Felix Hartford 7 14 J C Riley Hartford 7 14 J H Jamison liaise Branch 714 J S Bennett Nocreek 7 14 L D Beard Nocretk 7 14 Mrs V W Pirtle Hartford 7 14 SECOND PRIZE 25 J 15 Bean Hartford 12 5 J H Tonence Cromwell 12 50 THIRD PRIZE 10 F W Plrtlc Hartford gt 66 Marvin Black Hartford i 66 J S lord Hartford fy i 66Cs Looncy Maples Hartford i 66 R A Owen Adaburg i 66 Mrs J P Foster Nocreek i 66 FOURTH PRIZE b5- L H Webb Hartford 5 oo FIFTY Fiva PRIZES Q 230t id S J E Bean Hartford 1600 7 J H Torrence 14 oo 3 Marvin Black Hartford 6 oo 3 R H Rains Roalne 6 oo 2 r C Riley Hartford 4 oo 2 G B Likens Hartford 4 oo 4 Frank Lowe Hartford 8 oo 3 J H Jamison Horse Branch 6 oo 2 Mrs J P Foster Nocreek 4 oo 2 Bessie Hurt Horton 4 oo 2 F W Pirtle Hartford 4 oo L H Webb Hartford 2 00 r P Sanderfur Hartford 2 00 Barrett Russell Hartford 2 oo Mrs J R Pirtle Hartford 2 oo R A Anderson Hartford 2 oo R H Eskridge Render 2 oo W B Carson Beda 2 oo L D Beard Nocreek 2 oo 0 K Carson McHenry 2 oo Wm House Cromwell 2 oo M B Foster Calhoun 2 00 A C Foster Nocreek 2 oo W T Johnson Sulphur Springs 2 oo J F Hurt Horton 2 oo Crlt Martin Horton 2 oo Emma Morris Sulphur Springs 2 oo L H Webb Hartford 66 Mrs F W Pirtle Hartford 66 Mrs J P Foster Nocreek 66 Total f200 oo Queer estimates 262710000I 230016 2880 J02 3720072 55 872 One with name and no estimate One with estimate and no name The official vote was 5554 Submitted December 6igofR- ICHARD SIDENIUS While There Is Life There Is Hope- I was afflicted with catarrh could neither taste or smell and could hear but little Elys Cream Balm cured ItMarcus G ShautzRahway N JI CreamBalm reached me safely andI the effect is surprising My son says the first application gave decided relief Respectfully Mrs Franklin Freeman Dover N H The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50C or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York OIJIOR2BMTltat The Kind YM Haw Alwjstontfit IJptare iukvu THE WORLDS FAIR Remarkably Few Crimes Cas ualties and Fatalities According to Official Report 18 741073 People Visited the Great Show The St Louis Worlds Fair has made according to police fire and hospital reports not only a creditable showing by the lack of crime and casualties but as compared with the Chicago and Buffalo expositions the facts and figures are remarkable There was more crime committed- on the opening days at Chicago andI Buffalo expositions than throughout the whole period at St Louis Pickpockets and highwaymen operat ed extensively in both places while Chief of Detectives Desmond chal lenges anybody to cite a single in stance where a professional pick pocket or a highway robber has op erated within the big Irori fence that circles the 1240 acres of exposition propertyFollowing are the police and fire records at the Louisiana Purchase Ex positionNumber of cases treated at the Emergency hospital 6921 number of deaths chronicled 22 amount ot property lost and stolen 3000 total number of thefts reported 362 total number of prisoners arrested 1260 number of children lost 1091 total uumbr of fire alarms responded to 102 false alarms 4 alarms sounded by persons thinking boxes mail box 15 total damage done 16y fire 40000 amount of counterfeit money confiscated 252 The official figures for the attend ance at the Worlds Fair was 18741 073 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE The first armistice between the opposing forces at Port Arthur was de clared on December 2 for the purpose of burying the dead It lasted six hours The Japanese believe the Russian fleet In Port Arthur harbor- Is preparing for another sortie The Russians are said to be actively en gaged in mineclearing operations The Russian force at Port Arthur is said to be making nightly attacks on 203 Metre Hill in the hope of re capturing it from the Japanese Re ports from Toklo say that these at tacks are being promptly repulsed and that the Japanese are increasing their defenses on the hill An effect ive bombardment of the Russian bat tleship in the harbor was begun last Saturday and several of them have been set on fire by shells The be siegers express the belief that the fleet will bs compelled soon to make a sortie to escape irreparable damage The report of Gen RennenkampQs sweeping victory over a detachment ot Japanese troops in the vicinity of Mukden is not confirmed President Roosevelt Tuesday sent a long list of nominations to the Sen ate including four Cabinet officers W HH Moody for Attorney General Robert Wynne tor Postmaster Gen eral Paul Morton for Secretary of the Navy and Victor J Metcalf for Secretary of Labor and Com merceSix more Denver election officers have been sentenced to jail by the Colorado Supreme Court District Judge Mulllns Tuesday delivered a strong charge to the grand jury In his county referring in vigorous terms to an alleged conspiracy to deprive of the governorship man who was he says honestly elected The report Immigration Commis sioner Sargent shows a total ofSia 870 aliens admitted during the year- a decrease of 47176 It is pointed out that the moral intellectual and physical qualifications are improv ed More than half the total wasl supplied by the Italian Polish Slav and Magyar races The Commissioner renews his reommendatlan for leg- Islation to prevent the importation of contract labor J s OFFICIAL VOTE Shows a Great Falling off as Com pared With Recent Results The official vote in the State at the last election as given out by the State Election Commissioners show that the total vote cast was 435 765 The vote for the leading Democratic elector was 217170 for the leading Republican elector 205277 Prohibit ionist 6 639 Socialist 3632 Popu list 25iinnd Social Labor 596 pluhlity ceived 234 899 and McKinley 226 8 n a fulling oftof 27729 of the Democratic vote and 21524 from the Re publican vote The vote for Beckham in 1930 was 233052 and Yerkes 229463 which shows a falling off of 15982 from the Beckham vote and 24086 from the Yerkes vote One of the surprises brought out by the announcement of the officialj vote was the showing of the Socialist who polled over 100 more votes than the Populist The Prohibition vote was also surprisingly strong while the claims of the Populists who be fore the election expected to mako an unusually god showing appear to have beenfounded on sand The report shows the plurality oi the Democrats and Republicans to be 11893 but they failed by 1425 votes of semiring a majority ol all votes cast The vote for Congressmen is as fol lowsFirst DistrictJames Democrat 25 558 Speight Republican 13755 Second DistrictStanley Democrat 20732 Overby Republican 16 517 Third DistrictRichardson Demo ocrat 18 432 Jones Republican 18 332 Fourth DistrictSmith Democrat 2IV979 3runer Republican 19 419 Fifth DistrIctSherley Democrat 23712 Owens Republican 22229 Sixth District Rhinock Demo crat 18854 Applegate Republican 16c89Seventh districtTrimble Democrat 20356 Calvert Republican 13 187Eighth DistrictGilbert Demo crat 16481 Miles Republican 14 536Ninth District Kehoe Democrat 21261 Bennett Republican 21335 Tenth District Hopkins Democrat I9J54J Blakey Republican 17736 Eleventh DistrictStone Demo crat 13200 Edwards Republican 31349 For Judge Court of AppealsCan- trill Democrat 34761 Herndon Re publican 27138 BEDA Health is reasonably good in oty town and every one delighted with the nice rain a few days ago W Q Parks our hustling merchant and son Walter went to Hartford FridayBenjamin Newton Buford was inI our town Tuesday Shadrach Greer went to Evansville Monday He will be absent several weeks Misses Clara and Ethyl Bennett spent Tuesday night with Misses Al berta and Blanch Greer Edward MillerMeade countyis vis- Iting Mr Thomas Wallace and lam fly Miss Flora Beard of the Shiskle Chapel neighborhood has scarlet feverCharitable friends in and near town made a handsome donation of merchandise and groceries to the Rev Sapp of the Washington neighbor hood this week Rev W C Moorman will hold a series of meeting at the M E Church beginning Saturday night Miss Roena Hudson and Mr Pat ton Buford attended church at No Creek Sunday night Miss Josle Magan and Verdy Hol brook Buford passed through our town Tuesday en route to Hartford Henry Bennett lost a fine mUch cow Tuesday night supposed hydro phobia caused her death she had been bitten by a mad cat some months ago CATARRH DESTROYS THE KIDNEYS 1 GEORGEKING MR GEORGE KING Deputy Bhorlff 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and youll have no other The Brown Mercantile Co INCORPORATED McHENRY KENTUCKY s JUDGE BEHIETT WOH Court of Appeals Refused to Dissolve in Junction Disputed Harrison an Flera ins County Precincts Counted The Cour of Appeals lost Tuesday set the seal of approval on decent politics and honest elections by re fusing to dissolve the mandatory in jections issued by Judge Fryer in Harrison countyand Judge Hnrbeson In Fleming county ordering the elec tion commissioners to certify certain disputed votes for Judge Joseph B Bennett Republican candidate for Congress which insure the certificate of election to Bennett- J N Kehee who has represented the Ninth district In Congress for two terms sought to take advantage of clerical oversights of election officers In two precincts involving enough votes for Judge Bennett to change the result of the elections- In Grange City precinct Fleming countywhere the Republicans had 60 mhjorlty the officers neglected to sign their names in the proper place in the back of the stub book aud the Goebellte election commissioners ol Fleming county got up at midnight to rush the count and certificate the vote of the county before the Repub Means caul J get a hearing on a peti tion for mandatory Injunction Circuit Judge Harbeson ordered the mat ter reopened and directed the election commissioners to count the vote of Grange City precinct which Bennett carled by 60 majority In Lair precinct in Harrison coun ty the election clerk neglected to car ry out in the the proper blank the to tal of Bennetts vote which the tallies showed to be 54 the same as that of oil the other Republican candidates on the ticket The election cotutuis ones refused to permit the precinct officers to correct this plain clerical error and Judge Bennett was deprived of 54 votes to which he was justly entitled Bennett appealed to the court for a mandatory injunction which was granted by Circuit Judge Fryer who ordered the 54 votes in Lair precinct to be counted With the votes In these two pe cincts counted as cast Beunet carried the districts by 51 nrj jrlty with the votes thrown out on clericalerrors Kehoe carried the district by 63 mat jorityRepresentative Kehoe and a stall of attornycs ought these proceedings at every step and did everything In their power to throw out votes to which Bennett was clearly entitled and secure a certificate of election to which he had no right After two Democratic Circuit Judges had decided against him by ordering the Bennett vote counted Kehoe carried the cease before Judge Paynter of the Court of Appeals his political and personal friend and neighbor and asked that the mandatory injsctiou be dissolved which would give Hui the certlflcte Judge Paynter saw the impropriety of his sitting in the case and declined to hear the appeal Judge Nuun agreed to hear the case and Invited the entire court to sit with him Judge Paynter alone tak ing no part in the case Mr Kehoes attorney next attempted to have the case thrown out of court iu the ground that Bennett had not filed an Indemnity pond a mere form but the Court brushed this quib ble aside os it did in the Galloway Bradburn judicial contest from the Bowling Green district a week or two agoThe Court of Appeals In aunounc ing Its decision allured the proceeding in the Harrison and Fleming Courts and declared thatciandamus was the proper remedy for the wrongs complained of by Judge Bennett for if he received the most votes they should be counted for him and and a certifi cote of election issued to him The Harrison and Flumming coun ty election comnitssionlra will go through the form of counting andI certifying tha votes they ly rejected raid the Stale Election Commission will issue a certificate to Judge Bennett Won the corrected re turns from the Ninth district Blacks More Consumptive Than Whites According to Dr Thomas J Ways of Philadelphia pulmonary consump tion was comparatively unknown tiaoug tit irritation slaves of the OJ IiII C1ThTr rl AM Oct i7aoj 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Inc For sale by i J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky iaht 1ti11414tim11 1 1 1 J 1 t I THE PHILIPPINES FROM A SOLDIERS STANDPOINT The Various Tribes Their Customs and Habits Occupation and Products of the- M Most Intelligent Tribes A iUsrlptim of the IhillppineSitw inhabitant1 and their customs Is not I an uncommon thing but it will bent repetition when written byone who I hUH lived Huong our llttls brown brothels fur a period of nearly three yetis and whom at date of writing Is still nmonjj them Again it may In 4 nl interest when it is known that thr ba ssldler fur tart a snMinr n 1hcri haft more opportunity to ob std study the prciiliaiUies ol r ttibea with which hit r duty brings him in contact than have been nflonSal the average civil Inn The Idra is prevalent that the in habitant of the archipelago tare iden r tically the hHiiif in features liodcu toms Hint they ire allnne rnce of people with n coin nion filnlcct On the contrary there are over filly large tribes with an little retiumblunce hearten some of them us there is between the Iv qulmaux and the African negro There are about sixty dlfiereut ilia yiecta even the people of the Tnpalou race have different modes of speech when those of the extreme northern part of Luzon converse with those ol the southern provinces History advances the theory thnt the fcboriginese of the ihlandti wert produced by the Malay Indonesian and nomadic Tartar tribes the degree of afslnillatlou of the cauninij the features and characteristics that Art observed among the tribes The truth ot this assertion todaI doubted for a study of the Vtf f will reveal which blood predoml Inates For example the Tagalo i phpjp a mixture of Chinecse and Ma r- tt lase the faros the Malay and Indonesian the Negritos pure Indonesian and so on A description of the is lands is necessary to make this article complete so we will pet aside the de lineation of the people for the more pleesint topic To begin with there are over 1800 islands The largest and most Im portant are Luzon on which Manila is situated Mindanao the land of the Moros Samar Palawan Panay Min darn Leyte Nrgroa Cebu Bajil and Mntibnte They lire hli more or less of volcanic origin evidences ol which are still seen stud uthqul keD are frequent Luzon the largest island lsaland of verdure and abundant vegetation and is deemed by far the healthiest of the group It h more largely populated than the rest expsclally in the vicinity of j I1lOfoperations ol the American troops were confined there at it was then dlctlltorlshipty of hemp is ninnufncturcd irons a j specie ot the banana plant The principal agricultural products a are rice tobacco sugar cane coffee indall kinds of tropical fruits to the raising of which the soil is admirably adopted Industrious Chinese larmers are cultivating American vegetables with remarkable success and cornfields crn be seen almost everywhere A fine specimen of the Irish potato car be grown too but sweet potatoes Jack the taste and flavor ot those grown in the United State The Filipinos use the most primitive methods of agriculture and there is no doubt bnt what the American Tjfarmer with his advanced Ideascduld make a veritable Garden of Eden out i ol the islands He has every ad van tage in his favorrich soil frequent rains and a good temperature and even when the dry season is in force the lands can be very easily irrigated Americans are coning over here ia great numbers and America cap Hal will be interested in developing the land The Standard 011 Company has preceded all others in estab lishing an agency and in the heart ol Manila on the Paslp river oil t tanks loom up in gigantic propor lions All mechanical appliances can be obtained over me ot reasonable rats The governor it offrs Inducement t for the er ctt i f f steam rail en1ir gineer representing an American railroad company has looked over the facilities and made a favorable report Coal deposits have been found by prospectors in the various noun tat na Mindanao the second largest if practically unexplored by nason of the hostility ot the natives It is as wild as darkest Africa the under brush being so thick that it is doubt ful whether you could chop jour way through with nn nx Venomous rp tiles and wild b aits retard the prog ress if t ho e that venture ad the grtnlest caution is necessary What land that is cultivated will produce evtrylhinif grown in Luzon with the addition of n line quality of c ffee Vast li rests of the most valuable tim her cur the land among which will ho found niRtiogiiny ebiuiy rosewood and othnp What apace that is not taken up with these given riy to magnificent pultun a id bntntoo Coal voidtaul numtrnus minerals have bttu unearthed The riven and streams are very rapid and nnviva lion ii i luuat impniMM In the in titorLan hige Uki Mtilarno by uanu and till ulytvay the Spanish fiiiiltd Kuntuars there wai to transport them there in pltces often to lie cap tuicl and sunk II y tae fanatical floret It win be Impossible to cst mate thy fret wealth of the Interior until things ate muie peaceful There are valuable pearl fisheries tiT the coast from which priceless gems leave beu j rxund vut the effjils of Americans to oprrato thru have been vigorously contested by the natives The island of Sittiir greatly resem bles Luzon the nnti es having the saute agricultural pursuits It is very mountainous Ant the toll has a lighter color titan that ot Luzon There is not all much of humidity and drouths are Irqucnt Vegeta bles requiring dry soil will thrive under the periodical rains and tropical heat Little is known of the inter ior nnd at present the crops are be lug neglected Mlndoro gold mine is situated oil LuIzon5 known as the white mans ravetII It is a very rich country though gold having been found even on the surface It is asi adjudged the most valuable tract of forestry la the Phil- Ippines It has a very dangerous coast line numerous ships having found a resting place on the shoals and coral reels The prlnclcal ex ports are rice sugar hemp tobacco nnd minerals Very little is known of the interior by reaso of Insur mountable obstacles in the shape ol unfavorable rivers and tangled growths of thickets which are such impediments in the path ot the ex plover as to necessitates traveling on ly In the dry seasons when the few trails are partly open I had the for tune or misfortune to be a member of an exploring expedition organizer by the military authorities but spact will not permit the narration of the many hardships and strange adven Lures and how when ye rachec the summit ol the highest muti we had to turn hack on ac Irnln of the bitter cold There lists been one other expedition hC- tIIthe government has given up tin being able tu penetrate surf an sible jungle AH to the numerous small islands they greatly rtsemble the large is lands around which they are cluster ed and it would therefore be monot onoiiH to give their physical peculiar- Ities I will utilize the remaining space by describing the natives and the larger cities and describe tin islands front a political point ot viewThe largest and most Intelligent race in the Philippines are the Taga logs who inhabit the larger part of Northern Luzon part of the Southern hall pf Vlsnyas Marlnduque Burlas Luban Tablas Ramblom the coast line of Mindoro and numerous small islands in the vicinity of Luzon Agulnaldo was of their race and it was their race that Uncle Sams boys were chasing a few years ago They are smaller than the average American but are of sturdy build They very much resemble the Jap with the exception that they have not the stay ing qualities The Spaniards intro duced the Catholic religion among them centuries ago and they still ardently adhere to its teachings The Tagalogs Are very superstitious and the friars fostered it and they were held in check But after a few of the rising generation were educated in Europe they received different idea of personal and political liberty From then on th to has been uothl t but strife and so false was their idea of invaders that niter the Americans relieved Spain of her responsibility they tackled Uncle Sam to find out that the United States soldiers were Cltoo ignorant to go the other way They realize now that they never will enjoy greater prosperity than that brought about by our government Public schools are being established everywhere and from all reportr they are making great progress They will make good soldiers when under leaders of valor A glimpse of the scout battalion at the St Louis Exposition will show that they ate very tidy and military looking Most of the Intelligent class are fine scholars and great lovers ol music The prin cipal difficulty in uplifting these pen pie In their aversion to any kind ofI work but this is common in nil hot countries being oupqricduced by the excessive heat Thule that work make fine mechanics Fifteen or twenty yrars from now providing the government continues Its present pol icy yon will find over here an En glishspeaking people demanding ad I mittance into the Union As to how that would be decided I cannot sayUnlike the Tfignlogs the Mnccabe bea have been no trouble to the Amer leans Probe by this has been through their intense hatred of the ruling tribe From time immemorial they have always ben at war with the Tagalogs and on the American occu cupation offered their services in bringing about the subjection of them It was a detachment of native scouts from the tribe that accompan led Gen Funston on his expedition which resulted in the capture ol Aguincldo and practically put an end to the game of hide and seek The are a brave race of people and make good soldiers A more honest and straightforward tribe is not found in the Islands They are a small tribe comparatively and if their numbers were increased would habe compelled Spain to restore liberty to them long agoThe Visayans greatly resemble the Sioux tribe of American Indians except that they are somewhat undersized It is not possible that a more Indolent set ol people can be found anywhere They will not till the soil except enough to produce rlct enough for them to eat The Illocanos are a tribe inhabiting the provinces of Ilocas Norte and Ho cas Sur in the extreme northern part of Luzon Island They are a little darker complexioned than the gener al run of tribes They are not un like the East Indian in features At the beginning of the hostilities they were in league with the Tagalogs But they found their new allies treacherous for Aguinaldo stint 1000 of them aimed with bolosand spears against an American regiment They were led to believe that they were invincible and that the Americans would fall into their hands They fought so fierctly that 90 per cent of them weie killed Since then they look upon the Tagalojrs with scorn and the troops have lend no trouble itb them Little is known ol their country on account of its extreme northern position that prt toncninp the coast lire only being traversed by Americans They are rood workers oven if they ore not ai intelligent as the average- A blnckcyed kintyhnired rand un gritosOI1ljor dwsrfd Civilization has pissed them by for they are the same In habit and dress as they were centuries ago They are very friendly though and many a sick soldier in the wilderness Ka a been cared for by them Their country is to a great extent impene trable by reason of mountain fastnesses and the precipitous heights of their abodes They are very seldom seen outside of their own province Thev still hunt and fish the same as the American Indian did in bygone days and are very Fkillful at the tradeFar up in the mountains of Mindo to Rwav trout the semi eivihz tion of the Ta alog live the Manjauns tbe most ignorant and barbaric tribe in the Philippines My first Impression ol them was that they ware gorillas They ore all covered with hair and are almost nude in dress They are cannibals and snakes are a table del icacy to them For shelter front tne cold and raoequltos they but riw in the ashes of their dead camp fires The Tagalogs have captured n few and utilized them an slaves hut they only live a short while in the low 1tiln Thy krow nothing of read t rr or ritM r in th dialect aid cuoq tut a s Le ri noted What r m food is left over is buried like a dog buries a bone I firmly believe a dog is more intelligent On the last slope of the mountain in a valley of verdureHve the Whitt Race They are known by no other name From the records of tht Spaniards they are the remains oft penal colony established when Eng hnd had possession of the islands centuries ago Their country is very well cultivated An expedition hat since ben to them and a ptoftS4oi ol lanyttapes says that their language is n corruption of Euglish of Eliza beths time I know myself that the signify yes or no by nodding their head as we often do The Spaniards came upon them a century ngo bu the whole parts is said to have beet annihtliated They made a showing with lawn and arrows ns we cnmt upon them but put away their arm when they understood Wt were on i peaceful en and Away down ii Mindanao are fount the Moro the firce fanatic Mohan rnednns that fought against our troops o stubbornly The Spaniards wr Inclined to believe that they wire descendants of the ancient Moors but this is contradicted by historians They are ruled by a Sultan but this rule over all the subdivision of the tribes is orly normal He has very little control over the numerous tribt chiefs or daUos as they are ca l d- One hears cf Americans being killer almost every day There is no actual warfare and the situation is hard tt meet There have been several ex peditions sent out but they still per gist in waylaying and killing soldiery and citizens If this keeps on the au thoritles are liable to take more dras tic methods and the results in Samar duplicatedAnother of the large tribes is the Igorroles a wild and heathenisb mountain tribe It is from this tribe that the cannibalistic head hunters spring It is not safe for small par ties to bbamong them especially when unarmed Although they art peacefulnow they sometimes go or the warpath for heads These skulls ire placed in trout of their dwellings- on polls and the more skulls thi greater the chief Some have become quite civilized and numbers will b found around Manila Besides these tribes enumerator there are numerous others with whom I have never been and therefor an not in a position to decide The principal cities are Manila the caps tar Cavlte Iloilo Jolo Jolo and Ba tangas Manila was originally walled city but has outgrown the walls The residences are mostlj twostory affairs nccersltated by frequent earthquakes American business men are experimenting in the way of erecting office buildings ane it looks as though they will be sue cessful Manila has a fine harbor and it is said it will be the larges port in the world in the way of ton nage Even now they are erecting f lirge pier that will rival those o1 New York Hollo has quite a large shippinggreat exports ot sugarhemf and copra being the principal indus tries Schools are being frcter everywhere and the people ae t ik lug advantage of their opportunity Never btfore was such prosperity t et in these islands There ate goof chances ol aJvancement for pecpl with energy and integrity Fu those who wiab to start anew the prospecsare very good to make j showingAt time ot writing I am prepur lug to mike my journey home Pet haps I may b bjck before IhU article finds publication and I can truthfully say that I will never regret my stay In Uncle Sauio new possessions JOHN F HARTLEY That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25 cents money back if not cured Sold Z V Gri t Brb drug ister tf Fewer Endangered Catholic Standard nod Times Here you two yelled the stove doreIIHandle that gunpowder care full 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roil ASSKSSOU SAM W LEACH lon t ltast ol- NATHANIEL MOSLEM ror cuuoxEit JEROME ALLEN PERHAPS the falling of Port Ar thur caused the skies to perspire KKCKETAIIY TAJTS greeting to President Amador of Panama was not unlike Alphone to Gaston CANNOT the Souths command ns wellas the Norths wish that Governor Vardaraan go way backand sit down be made more emphatic in some way DAVE SMITHS new years gift fo Joe Blackburn may bA acceptabl and it may not A seat in the Sen ate at 5000 per for six year looks lovely to Davie KENTUCKY has always furnished it quota of public men She has thus far furnished fifteen cabinet members and now oilers the Hon John W t Yerkea for that honor 1 I AOUINALUO the George Wash ington of the Philippines is now liv ing quietly on his farm but Alumni do has not like Farmer Bryan the George Washington of America a Democratic party to reorganize JAMES N KEIIO the Democrats candidate for Congress in the Ninth district still persists in saying that he was elected and that too in the face of the fact that J B Bennett his opponent received a mnjority of the votes cast AND mmE comes one man Bacon from the free State of Georgia wh favors the repeal of the Fifteenth Amendment to the Federal Constitu tion The libertyloving old soul should have due consideration We suggest that he assume the Czarship of Russia without delay COL W J BRYAN says that he has always favored the Australian o secret ballot system which insure- to every citizen the right to cast hi vote according to his own judgment free from corruption and intimida tion Kentuckians will be called up on next year to determine by their votes whether or not the present se 1cret ballot system shall continue to prevail in this State Mr Bryan will be afforded an opportunity to do inestimable good to a libertyloving people by lending his aid in securing the defeat of the proposition to aban don the present system of voting TUB Court of Appeals in its opin ion granting Caleb Powers a new trial andreferring to the questionable means employed to secure a jury that could be depended on to find Powers guilty said The trial Judge should have passed upon the question of fact presented by Powers as to the summoning of the jury and if there was even a well grounded suspicion that u unfairness had prevailed the jury should have been discharged and others summoned under such safeguards as would preclude indulgence I r in partisan methods If this means anything and is regarded by the judge that sits in the next trial of the case it means that such underhand methods as have been practiced to se cure bitter partisans as jurors to try Caleb Powers will no longer be toler ated If however the judge should feel disposed to permit the jury to bo packedas heretofore he can override this plain mandate of the higher court and again convict the man by the accustomed unfair and dishonorable means Qv President Roosevelts message to the second session of the fiftyI eighth Congress it can truly be said that it is unique and scholarly and entirely of his own production It is elegantly concise free from superflu ous words compact and President is emphatic on the questionI of peace with honor and his language is not to be misunderstood with reference to the South American Repub lies There is a note of warning to foreign powers that the Monroe doctrine is still of its original torte anil effect The Presidents intention ou the question of the great corpora tions usually called trustsiu so far as power is invested in the Executive I by the Constitution cannot be mis taken and his recommendations on the subject to Congress will commend themselves to that body as they witI to the people He insists on duo regard being paid to the legal rights ofII corporations but equally insists due regard must be paid the people by the corporations He says the I laws with reference to them now existing must be enforced and where emcdiobjecten altogether the message will be pronouncedone of the most the in the history of the United StatesI n worthy and able production of 11 thoroughly earnest sincere and tour ageous manIrWashington Letter T94eThe two great topics fJi conversa tion In this city artiy e opening ol l Congress and th doming inauguration I i which is but twelve weeks away and ImposluLsi r and stupendous affair Congress w be In session but 93 days with n weeks of actual work or eliminating I the holidays 66 working days Under the circumstances much desirable legislation must go over until next DecemberIt to record the food feeling which exists between Demo cratic members of congress and the President Besides meeting him cor dially they bring a number or invitations for him to visit the South next spring One of these comes from the Chamber ol Commerce in Louisville Ky Gen Fitzhugh Lee says he hopes to see the President in Virgin ia and it is known that he intends to meet the citizens of New Orleans an make a tour through Texas That the President does not forget th South Is evidenced by the announce appointo a grandson of Stonwall Jackson and the son of the Macon Ga postma ter cadets at West Point And he I hopes the grandson of Jackson will show the military genius of his grandfather His graceful action al so in providing a place for the ven erable Confederate General Senator salarysthe ot graysendeavor to devise ways and means for increasing the revenue ot the Government Th Imposition of heavy tonnage taxes as proposed by the Merchant Marine Commission it is thought will add an annual revenue of 5000000 The abolition of the army transport system is likely to be considered and if accomplished it will decreas- expenses and permit American owners of private vessels to do the business It is proposed to tax grape brandy used for the purpose of fortifying wines Last year no less than 3 473 446 gallons were admitted to this country free A tax of Ji 10 would yield a revenue of 3 820790 It is also recommended that wood alcohol should be taxed Among the bills which have been Introduced at this session are Mr Overs treets for the protection of the IJIchanceslof are I- l drastic The Womans Christian Temperance Union will have a big lobby In Washington urging the passage of the HepburnDolllver bill to control interstate traffic In licuor the McCumher bill forbidding the s lIng of liquor in Government buildings and soldiers homes and the bill prohibiting the opium traffic These women also want Senator Smoot unseated Congressman Green of R I will Introduce a bill making hours of labor throughout the United States uniform This is a forlorn hope ns It would requlr a constitutional amendment The Supreme Court this weak list end to the arguments in the case oi Senator Burton of Kansas who was tried on the charge of receiving com pcnsation from persons for represent lag them before the Postoffice Depart ment It will not surprise some it the Supreme Court reverses the ac Lion of the lower court and the Sen ator escapes upon n technicality con cerning jurisdiction It Was maul tained at the hearing that the United states is not a patty in interest in the IIflu case President of the society lor the I ol cruelty to animals in this city Mr C A Snow intone your correspondent that President Roosevelt Is actively interested In the promotion ot kindness to animals In a recent message to Congress he recommended thin special ciue nn i kindness be shown superannuated noises and mules that had heen it Government service He is opposed to dockint or shearing horses While the President Is known as a hunter Iit will be remembered that helms linn tie only fen cious and carnivorous I tnuualsthose that lire destructive i Ito cict r sheep and cattle He sloeb not shout small birds ir game Re cently a Boston paper published nn account of cruelty to u Thanksgiving turkey by the Roosevelt children in the White House grounds and repre sented the President as lenjoylns theI performance There was no word o I I wuis 9 before it Wes shipped to Washington and the Roosevelt lamily did snot see it until it was servedon the table As a punishment and a warning to mendaclons journalists the President has ordered that the representatives of the Boston paper shall be denied access to all Government officers in Washington The order carries the ban and disgraceoi disbarment The President Is kind to nil animals Re cently while riding he heard the cries ot a kitten that had fallen into a sewer He called a colored man and paid sum to rescue the little beast Your correspondent lives near lh place whir the President mounts his horse lor a ride in the Pars An orderly may be seen any fine after noon holding three horses one with a Itviys saddle Soon the Presides and Mrs Roosevelt drive up The place is two miles from the White House The President swings hlw two hundred pounds lightly from the depotIt wagon and then assists Mrs Roose horsee and glees the horse a lump of sugar Then giving his own horse a lump of sugar he mounts and they ride off at a stalk followed by the orderly at a distance of about a hundred steps The Presidents horses are servicable but not ostentatious animals He is too good a rider to tolerate a cavorting steed End of the Week Excursion Big Four Route Only 3 25 to Indianapolis and re 7theTrain leaves Louisville at 8 oclock P M Tickets good returning on regular trains leaving Indianapolis until Monday December 19th inclusive Get tickets at City Ticket of fice 2594th Avenue and at 7th AgteBUFORD Dec 6News is scarce In this placeMrs Jim Fielding of Green Briar visited her cousin Mrs Cottrell ol this place last week Mr C L Field of Owensbcro stopped to see his mother one day last week while on his way home from Hartford where he bad been attending court Miss Sue Newton of Cloverport threId e below Owensboro on the farm of Jim Biddle where be will crop next year Mrs L DMagan returned home Rheumatism Is one of the constitutional diseases It manifests itself painsinflamed muscles but it cannot be applicationsIt throqgbthecourse of the great medi- anHoodsSarsaparillr which has cured permanentlyI For testimonials of remarkable cures load for Book on Rheumatism No 7 C L Hood Co Lowell Mass m hnMonday after spending a week with her parents Mr Annls and wlff at Borahs Ferry She reports quit s nice time Miss lula Williams of Hclltn is visiting in Blilonl Miss Joey Mapan went to Hartfurr yesterr ay Ben Newton went to Hartford lrr- day James Xitkeinon moved to OVVMIK bum Friday Mrs JaJtif Weller ol Clnir Run spent sevrri l citys with tin j 11 iitir Mrs frock Stinnett ittin iinx hnr Thins tin Ph l rc era xviMitu rns I tt amn Our hirmr brNiam I tIlan lit llrv sv i lti tljl+ i r IGln Kirk his brileh 11 I land tit ittm tIt osuol a t tuovnl rater I The message in Brief President Imwt veltn MU rl d sage to COIl lCS8 wn teal in inch lioiiii Int Tilt SR Tile 111 tul pitrtutit things moniiiienrttd h the President ore n4 loilow Economy in the conduct ut the Government General investigation of labor con dition Medals of honor for eases of con spicuous heroism An employers liability lily Kxtenlion of Bureau of Corpora lions to cover insurance transac thins Enlargement of power of the Inter stae Commerce Commission Block signal systems for railroads Legislation against Government employes banding together to secure improperly high valitrley Severe factory irsptclion and child Ihbir laws Iinprjvement of housing condition in Washington Cieition cf a forestry service in the DepartmenteGame preserves for aiiimil tend tj lrli extl notion Salaries instead ol fees in the Con swat s rvice A national quarantine law Retrenchment in pubic printing Encouragement of the mecliiut niHrine Improvement ol currency shen Revision ol nanralizition taw Punishment corruption in herr al eltctioni Publication of rill contributions re ceived and expended by political com mittees rA delegate in Congress fnm Aliskn More ships for the navy A field assistant for the Italian Cntmmhiunpr Flowing mines for coast defense Lower tariff rarer for the Philip pines and legislation for the encouragement of capital there Surprise Birthday Dinner Mr J B Mitchell of Olaton on- o coming in from his work last Friday found a most agreeable and splendid surprise awaiting him By precon certed arrangements his relatives and immediate friends had prepared an elegant dinner the occasion bring his The secret MrtMitchell was taken wholy by sur prise There were sixtyfive guests present and the day was a joyous one to all and especially was it delightful to Mr Mitchell Mr Mitchell is a welltodo farmer industrious intelligent honest and enterprising He is a representative ype of the best there is in Ohio county farm life He has a large and happy family ofcbildren and his position in the world is one to be en vied THE REPUBLICAN congratulates him and wishes him many a return of his birthday with its appropriate and elaborate fete and the happy associa tions and words of social cheer which it brings Subscribe tor THE REPUBLICAN Y A Change in Business I will on Monday December 12 1904 begin the sale of my Entire Stock of Goods consisting of Grocer lies Tinware Queensware and Store Fixtures Same will be sold at cost Iund below cost and the sale will con tinue until everything sold Peo pie needing anything in my line should take advantage of the greatly ji reduced prices 1 am offering and lay in their winter supply Everything must he sold as I intend changing my X 3 location and business and those who 7 come fist will got vest 181UtlifS VJy dwelling I for Sale FOSTERIJOHN B It tiA Rr1 JJi3W AA wrtr 11 i riW Mla Yti7rt4rfirin i rnE ErooLU 1+ Si Per Year in Advance I rMwMYaN- ntft tf9 e C 9iftllrt c t it Qte nn ne + t tf 11 tic e 7 TOo J ae E BAR I JS RO C w a M 2 lyiCli patud your wants ThiMvs ji thrill ir tin IiiElf p 4 doing ofjtiTomplishmrnl far m l away hivond c the usual Itstit atniospheiv that wins conli i deiico Type pirliuvil argument may ploa u you j c4with wel roundtil phrats hut wi ire smoking to j plea u you evtn hotter than that The Quality 2 the Stylo tIll Trice thats whore wo aim to hi no jwith a radiance and hrightnos that none can VJ to ivcognixe failt 1 j A New Suits and Overcoats mt Lodo not allow anyhody in this part of lien 7 to even approach till magnitude of our Suit O Overcoat anti Odd Pant stock Romomher that Suits and Overcoats Ilikl men have char actor Some deceive J J2aneltheir trust Some lookjaunty but rontwwear 11e have fsoluto confidence in our wits and O1Ie tcoats and we stand iS4 ready to make good any Coat or Suit wo recommend to a mis tomer that fails tit c1hrSuits anti Overcoats Our liiont keep you froth buying Boots Shoes and Rubbers a largest stock in jr the Careen River country Uf course you dont care anything about the size of our Shoe and Boot stock but you want to know just where you can jfe find just what you want in Footwear We carry a complete line ofgood reliable grades for hardest 46 everydy wear service as well as the finest for dressup rtHonest J Mike Boots and Shoes i Tanned bp the oldfashion cold liquor process i withoat heat or acids to kill the leather These 1 Boots and Shoes stay soft turn the water and wear j 4I like iron Made in plain box toe Buy a pair Boysfin 1tHatsCloakssonic any4ic+ prices you would get if you brought the cash 4444a44Ip 4 T e H S Fairs Specials For two week beginning December 1st we will offer to Hartford and vicinity the following spec ial Merchandise at values that are below the regular 1iiC- eSpecial No I Ten pieces 80inch heavy fleeced Flannel- ettes all the now shades Browns Cardinals Greens light Blues the qualities that tOesell regularly for l2ic Our price Special No2L- adies Walking Skirts made of good weight Molton Cloth in Brown only with nine rows of heavy cording running around the entire garment each set in trimmed with wide cloth strap UisilellVitit buttons entire bottom fin 48BigSpecial No3L- adius long Cloak made IJfall wool er- sey lined to the waist with best quality mer cerixed Satin loose buck with belt Yilyet collar trimmed with Santoche braid and But 8OUlSIJliItl Special No4 Mens Overcoats of heavy all wool Keivey come in brown old black mixtures with a rich tinge of olive collar made plain cut full 98regularRegular veryday bargains in Dry loodsShoes Millinery Clothing tens Huts etc at pries a shade cheaper than any house in Ohio eonntyI r The Place Is r 0 Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 r Contral RailroadTime 1illinois Table North Hound- NnliiiliiifiJ j No ISMucf Opm 11111 J Nil lug true 237 pm Noiiili lloiinil SuI1hh 1 11111 So W dui 8W p in So Ml ilniV4Ji III Big line of odd PantsatSam Bachs r New Cranberries at City Restau rant New Figs and Dates at City Res taarant i For Fresh Crackers go to City Res taurant Cream and Brick Cheese at City Restaurant Sterling Silver novelties at the Economy Store Try the Worlds Fair candy at City Restaurant Fresh Oyster Fish and Celery at City Restaurant i Nicest line of fancy goods in Hartford at City Restaurant Mrs Mollie Edencott Kelio1 lai It is visiting in the city j j The City Restaurant feeds the peo pie Everything uptodate V Get your meals when in Hartford t itCity Restaurant Just What you 4wa3nt 4FOR SALRA farm consisting of Ipf acres good buildings well wat located one mild southeast ol Cosine Ky C G CROWDER ikyVT 1Roier Ky j I I I i i j 4 i I i I Orlean Molasses at Carson Bros l Highest cash prices paid for allI kinds of Furs at Sam Bachs Bring your Chickens Eggs and i Turkeys to Carson Co i An elegant new line of Neckwear just received at Sam Bnchs Try those sweet and sour pickles alC City Restaurant So good j Cheese Sausage Dried Beef and Crackers at City Restaurant Hni Sterling Clothing foi IBI and youths at Sam Bachs j Santa Claus has again decided to i make his headquarters at the Econo my Store Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilert grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf Carl Anderson was the guest of his brother J A Anderson Leltchfield the first of the week Bring your Turkeys Chickens and Hides BROWN MERCANTILE Co McHenry Ky IBuy our Scholarship in the Massey College located at Louis vine Position guaranteed Prescriptions filled day or night BROWN MERCANTILE CO- McHenry Ky A big line of Boys and Childrens Clothing as good as the best and as cheap as the cheapest at Sam Bachs All kinds of produce wanted BROWN MERCANTILE Co- 11icfenry Ky Bring your furs to Sam Bach the Hartford merchant He will take allf youve got and pay you the highest cash price An elegant line of Ladies Dress Skirts can be founds at Sam Bachs Dont Fall to see them before pur chafliog elsewhere a Just atriveda fine line of sensible X mas goods ECONOMY STORE Mrs S K Cox and daughter Miss Fannie will return today from a few days visit to relatives in Owensboro FOR SALE My two Story Residence MRS JULIA WEDDING 2114 Hartford Ky New novelties in Neckwear Lace Collars Lace Stocks Hand Bags Pillow Tops and Umbrellas ECONOMY STORE Mr John B Foster will as soon he can arrange his business affairs here move with his family to Bick nell Ind to reside Ever thing in a firstclass butcher shop is here BROWN MERCANTILE Co- McHenry Ky Sheriff Cal P Keown hau bdeti at Frankfort several days this week making his final settlement with the AuditorFor and Overcoats come ouITUJ CO- Mcilenry Ky A complete line of Mens Ladies Youths abd Childrens Hamilton Hiowu Shoot every pair guatan teed can be found at Sam Bachs The City Council nt 11 recent meet ogchcsDrsEWFoland J R Pirtle and Mr J E Beau as Mipervis ors lor the town They Lave been in mission most of the week Miss Eua Kiuituell Ctralvo hoe hteti here for the pit week under the treatment ol Dr A F Stanley for an i jury to her eye which she MiiElahud ahout two weeks ago Schroettrs Floating Studio will be at Hartford until Jan t19 5 Prices on pictures range from 5 12 to 6 00I Per dozen Come now and avoid the rush at the latter part ot our stay tfI FOR SuESeven acres with ty of buildings and everlasting wa ter 25 or 66 acres with same if desir jd ii miles from public twines E M MILLER tf McHenry Ky Remember when thinking Xmas presents that the ahoutI Store has a flue line of clothin men and boys Also the newest in Neckwear and Hosiery 11 MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH IIf you are out looking for Xmat presents for your boys or your daugh ers buy a nice suit of clothes or i nice dress pattern Either would be very desirable We have a number of other things that would be very satisfactory CARSON CO- hIMale for fifty incandescent tbirtytwr I candle power electric lights lob ued for the purpose of lighting the town 4 The lights are to be is opt ration bj April first nextIESTRAYED One binck stetr i red steer ottered heifer and one whiteI I and red heifer all about 15 and marked crop off right tar and I split left ear Information concern t ing tame reward U S l AUGH- TCetitertown Ky II Mrs Ansel Wilson elhdIt her 4 at Rosine Tuesday of heart trouble After funeral services conducted by Rev G J Bean her remains were 4 Interred in Mount Vernon cemetery I Wednesday afternoon She leaves a I 1mourn itwoHouse chapel one Saturday night t before the third Sunday and one at II oclock the thirJ MrI iTheologicalwill speak at the fame place the third I Sunday afternoon I Mr Orion Wallace was united in 1 marriage to Miss Effie Hughes at Central City last Saturday Mr Wallace is well known in Hare ford being the step son of Marshal I S T Barnett He is at present manager of the Cumberland Telephone I exchange at Central City The bride I is one of Central Citys most charm 1 lag young ladies II Sheriff Cal P Keown and deputy Sam Keown conveyed Win Samp end P Whttaker to the Eddy 1 vole penitentiary last Saturday Sampson goes for Hit for the murder I ot Geo Cox He was tried and convicted last March Whlth krgoest for two years for detaining a woman I against her will He was tried at the I November term of court X Hon M L Heavrin went to OwI entboro yesterday He will return tomorrow j r Mr and Mrs Pearl Tweddell Mc Henry are the guest of relatives and friends here M T Likens has moved into his new residence recently erected on Frederica street Mr R E L Simmerman and County Attorney W H Barnes are in Cincinnati on business Hartford came near having another fire Wednesday The dwelling of Mr William Himes took fire from a deI fective flue soon after noon but wad detectedand the fire extinguished before any damage W118 done Mr C P Nowlin Manager for the I Curubrlaiu Telephone Co here has been transferred to Western Tennessee with a nice increase in salary MrI A E Pate will take his place with Carl Anderso as assistat t W M Rush and his invisible corn pany ofentert mrs pi e4eiting songs stories and sketches will be at Rock port Ky Thursday evening Decem br isth Juvenile pathetic and humorous selections will he giveni Any of our coireppondents who are out of stationery will be supplied if they will notify us It you are a correbpoudent and dont care to act longer please notify us so that some one else can take the place On Saturday December 17 1924 1 will hold a competitive examination- at myolllce in Hartf rJ for the purpose of selecting tour beneficiaries to to the Normal Department of the State Agricultural and Mechanical College Applicants will be examined on arith metic grammar gtography spelling nnd United States hiftory There ore no fees JAS M DEWEESE S C S Oaio Co The Christmas DinnerIIn spite ol the fact that the word dyspepsia means literally bad cock it will not be lair for many to lay the blame on the cock if they bgin the Cbristruai Dinner withlIttle appetitf and end it with distress or nausea I not bj fair for any to do that us hope so for the bake of the ook The disease dyspepsia indi J te a bad stomach that is a weak stomach rather that a bad cook gar for a week stomach there is nothing else equal to Hoods Sarsaparilla It civds the stomach vigor and tone cures dyspepsia creates appetite and i makes eating the pleasure it should br i Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat u Y AAAAA AAA AAA AAA AAAAAA AAwUOwOOwO Q Q Oa O Q OOO 4New Arrivals 41 fi Al S49 J Tichenors fi b ti b bllf3fi 4 creations which fashion designs fcfr Jj Our Dress Goods43 Especially isof the latest designs of the largest bit 49 manufacturers in the eastern market You can 41not help being pleased when you have a selection J tysR43 of garments Buy from us in this department J49 and you can have your goods formed into a fash fc Jj ionable garment readytowear before leaving our 4 building J 41 4 Winter Wear b b baIJ Furs and Childrens Wraps Prices are Rock Bot 9 j torn Underwear for Ladies Children and Gents ba b Ctotlttgbjj w t cons to clothing we feel that 3 qthere is not another house in the country that can t43 show a line that is superior to ours We boast of tyd tS tlbqS thOvercoatsJ Otir New Housett1 In our new we you the most J tt1Ccannot be duplicated Visit us in ths department Mfr 2o and be welcomed by its management tl f 4 Great Millinery DisplayFJ We feel proud to SHY we are still making this ir 4 the countrys most fashionable and popular Millin t49 ery center and are increasing in number our pa bit trons and admirers To our present patrons that are tF fiacquainted with the manager of this rlnnnvfinhVil J44 as well as those who have never purchased of he tsp jjj we wish to say that we have everything that fashV i 49 ion can create in this line and with our corps oh S 41 original designers are always ready to serve you in b4jj themost fastidious style The height of our ambi b H iton is in serving our customers in a fair and honest J fi way by giving them good values close prices and bit IQ honest treatment Visit us that we may convince I 41 you of our methods and good valuesMt49- N I S J TICHENOR McHenry ny949lb MyY1ryrYyy YYMMTYcccMM SpeciaJ AttentionIs called to our line of Mens Youths and Childrens Clothing which we have re ceived for our fall trade and put down at very low prices Wo handle the celebrated Sterling line for men and the Moncramake and Climax for youths and children We guarantee every suit we sell to give satisfaction or money refunded As to price we quote you Twenty Mens Black Cheviot suits at 3 and up sizes 3542 Fifteen youths Suits in fancy colors at 285 and up sizes 1319 Thirty childrens Suits 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 to give Satisfaction or another pair in its place Could you ask a better bargain offer Mens heavy Shoes at 1 and up Ladies Shoes atl Call and let us fit you up for the winter Speo1a1i All Calico 5c a yard Factory Cotton 5c Heavy Cotton Flannel 6c Heavy Shirting 6c Good Socks 5c a pair ladies Hose 5c Suspenders three pairs for 25c fine line of ladies Tailormade Dr tss SkirtsJack- ets Capes and Childrens Cloaks Ladies heavy Dress Goods Etc As our space is limited we cannot quote you prices in detail but come to see us buy your fall and winter goods from us and we will treat you right We will give you the best goods for the least money SAM BACH Hartford rr r HORSE SENSE The Way a Cunning Animal Kept the Cornfield to Himself In a recent article on Horse Sense In Germany it is stated that animals dont think Now I some times think they do When I was a boy father had a horse he called Fox and I think he was well named for he was very sly andcunning We hada pasture we called the woods pasture It was L shaped the L extending out to the turnpike The woods were divided by a small prairie which was well sot in blue grass which afforded excel lent fall pasture and after our fall and summer work was done wo would turn our horses all out in that pasture at night Our cornfield extended from the pike to the little prairie The fence between the corn and pasture Held was not so high and strong as the one next the pike Fox could have got into the corn from the pasture with but little ditliculty but if he hind gone in from there the other horses would likely have followed him and that would have given the trick away Some time in the night Fox would leave the place where we turnedour stock out to pasture It was what we called a slip gate could slip the rails out by laying down two panels then a long pole was laid along the fence and the end laid in a cross of two stakes Fox would get his head under the pole lift it out of the fork carry it back out of his way and drop it then jump over the fence on to the pike and to reach the cornfield he had to pass between the house and barn The house being about fifty feet from the road he would take the gutter farthest from the build ing until he was out of hearingof those in the house and then take the middle of the road When he got to the cornfield he selected a place to get in under a tree which oh structed the fence somewhat and jumped in and ate what corn he wanted Then he went back the same way In the morning he would bo with the other horses lookingas innocent as a lamb He had kept this up for several nights before we caught him Now I think he did some thinking What do you think New York Mail Green Lamps Talk to Car Men- The street car lines in New York have their lantern signals the same as steam railways Different barns they are still called barns al though horselesshave different signals with red and green lanterns On an Eighth avenue car the other night two green lanterns were swinging from the rear A passen ger asked why hems the go home lamps ex plained the conductor On our down trip the transfer men along the run see the green lights Then they know that their relief will apt pear within a certain time differ ing according to the length of the run and that they can go home Men who hand out transfers on the corners cannot think of going home until theysee them green signals in the rear A green signal ahead notifies thorn to stay out until furthe- rordersNew York Press A Spoiled Child A little miss a typical spoiled child trips and falls forward on get lug into a car Receiving a slight fright she gives vent to much ill temper and crying After a little she calms down wholly becoming very bright and chatty seeming to forget her mishap As the end of the journey draws near her nurse a sedate looking woman reminding her that her mother is ill endeavors to impress upon her the urgency of saying nothing about the Occurrence on reaching home ending with And now dearie youll promise me aud you wont cry about it any more either will you receiving the prompt reply Xo Nora Not until I see mamma Worst of all Experience Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Suchwas the experience of Mrs S H Newson Decatur Ala For three years she writes I endured insufferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed inevitable when doctors and allremedies failed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous IIm proved at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only 50c Its guaranteed by Z Wayne Bro druggists m 7TheVirginian and the Clock At the luncheon following the lair hit r of the 5111 urine torpedo b Ite X r Foster M i u of Nt JfoJ U 4i6tt j gulsbed Virginian The son of the Old Dominion bad been cut with the boys As he softly opened the hall door the melodious voice of his better half greeted him with the Query What time Is it It is early I my dear responded the Virginian How can you say so exclaimed his spouse when the clock leas just struck two All right said the Virginian his voice indicating virtuous indij nation All right If you chocs to take the word of a dd Yankee clock against that of a Virginia gen tleiuan youjruay do so but I have my opinion of you Driven to Desperation Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven to desperation in case of accident resulting in Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a sup ply of BucklenXArnica Salve Its the best on earth 25c at Z Wayne Griffin fc Bros drug store m Shovel in England Sew York Iloralil Have you b night your runchint yet Bfked former Police Inspector Steers of one of his Harlem pout cal friends who had become tntectei with the automobile craze and who is blessed with more money than edu cation Yes I got my auto nil right but I havnt hiredla shovtr yet A shovei JJ You mean n chauffeur dont you No sir I dont No French fr mine I only speak English Just the same as engineer is the English for motorman Whenyoulwant a pleasant purga tive try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produceJno nausea griping or other disagreeable effect For sale by all druggists m CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of Beware of Counterfeits IIDeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve writes J L Tucker of Centre Ala I have used it in my family for Piles Cutf and Burns foryears and can recom mend it to be the best Salve on the market Every family ehould keep it as it is an invaluable household remedy and should always be kept on hand for immediate use Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro in New Year at Japanese Court Our Japanese New Year ceremo nies are beautiful and quaint mid a young man of Japan Tiny btgin with a prayer offered by the Emperor in solitude a supplication for 1m peo Iss welfare Alter this our rule COmpO ti n New years poem f klchlsho or happy writing line this poctn is Immediately burnt for nothing that the Emperor writes ir ever allowed to ptsi into othir hands There are receptions and antiqu OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes merits kidneys your blood purifiers they fil ter out waste impurities blood they are sick out of order they fall do their work Pains achesandrheu matism from cf acid the neglectedkidneyKidney trouble causes quick unsteady thoughtheyoverworking pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries t used to be considered only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by doctoring your kidneys The mild the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers great kidney remedy soon realized stands the highest for Its Wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is on Its by all druggists In fifty cent and onedollar size You may have a The are the or In the If or to come ex cess uric in or in that first and the Is It sold sample bottle by mall Homo of Ewamivnoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer fie Co Enshamton N Y Do i u uy irfcrtrks but remember the r r sot Cr KiUurs rfi1Ltllo I I WHAT GAME OF A LETT My Dear Aunt Kate I must tell you the Rood news Right after receiving your letter the day before New Ycars 1 started in with new resolu tion on the first of the year I wrote toIDr R V Pierce at Buffalo N Y as 011Irequested me to do I gave him all my symptoms which were that I was tired so the timt and did not care to go anywhere depressed and sad and all gone backache ami a dragged out feeling could not sleep limbs k sore and aching I followed the doctors advice which he went to considerable pains to make plain to metu rest lba nap after lunch complete relaxationcultivate repose of mind try nut to worry ret as IIt1Ctiel lungs Then fora uterine tonic Dr Tierces Favorite Prescription coupled with a wash he told me of I must say that after follow perfcctly JitWELLetterslion Tlmxtoa Deputy Sheriff Courthouse Durham N C writes This is to certify that I have used Dr Pierce Favorite Prescription anJ lolilen Medical Dis cover my for two or three nllllI have received a great deal of benefit from these medicines yMowomb trouble but after using ten bottles of Dr Iierces Favorite Prescription I have enjoyed splendid health and gained twenty pounds 1 most herlll recommend your favorite Pro- scnntionto nil sufferers from similar troubles tlauy thauks for the Womans Friend n lances throughout the first four days of the New Year and the cerernonie c end with the chanting of prize poems The New Year poetry contest is open to nil the people and ninny thousands of verses are submitted in competi tion Thebest ten ot these are chos er and rend before their majesties The poets get no other reward than this They desire no other A feature of the New Year lunch eons io always a dish of raw fish rhe fish is cut in delicate thin strips end dipped in a salty and somewhat our sauce Our Japanese raw fish is delicious I have never yet seen a foreigner who have tried it on a New Ytars day did not become enraptured with itIt f u Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as theycannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition ot the mucous liaing of the Eustachian TubeI When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect bearing and when it is entirely clos ed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken ou and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars free FJ Cheney Co 1olello 6 Sold by Druggists The Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation m San Franciscos Unique Merit The cheapest table dhote on earth is to be found in San Francisco said a Californian For Haifa dollar you get a dinner in San Francisco that is equal to a 150 or 200 New York weal while for 1 you get sonic something that simply cant bs surI passedSan Francleco Is proud of the ex cellence and the cheapness of her ta ble dhote Every hotel and every restaurant there selves these unique ly agreeable meals Though clothes cist jnst as much in Sun Francisco as In any other place table dhote dinners are fifty and even seventyfive per cent cheaper As London is re- markAble for her supeib lowpriced gloves and clothes so should San Francisco be remarkable for her su pub lowpriced table dhote dinners Mothers Careful Of the health of your children Look I out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Stop them in ime OneMmute Cough Cure is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro mI Wivesf01 r DI I1g 5it J 7 lutl Inanity tat I there is no wife like the Sioux woman because there is no motherin law This is why many a ranger argues that the Sioux tribe will be itssttuita ed bv the whites Facts confirm this prediction the reports from tin reseiMtlons are that 300 Indian maidens became the wives ofwhites in the last year A J CahLlnrinr one of the pquow men and proprietor ot a Itrge ranch declares that he would not trade tht dust woman who presides over his household for n IY white woman he hat ever en- IIt is one nl the oldest customs of the Sioux India vs he ealys that the son inlnv sh til rot lout on the 102 ot his mntherlnUw or com mu nlCHte with tier clone titan is absj lately necrssuy The ciutom is tMbibly the outgrowth ot lumily brawls aribinc front the crude way o living hudcilrd tu rthr r in epee nttc wigwtni At dlltns it is nn In vincible tale A Pleasant Pill No Pill is as pleiisutit ami positiv as DeWittH Liu Early Ucrd Do Witts Little Early Risers art HO mill anti efloctivo that clrildieii dti1 cute Indies and valc Jltlp o enjoy their cleansing ellect while sronir people say they nro the best liver pills srtd Sold by Z Wayne Grilliii it Dr m The Passing Hour pllIIUIIII Stsr A Vffen gtutrr it title ahi trut lend ltcnsicuiers- Sl II e1intvrs irttr1 ti vv HIM more tlmn stlvttHntd elt IIH The titan who gars tit a v twit ht sure tbat his lawyer wih get jl tier Japan hns cat finn new sufun rni boat but the Kusiiurt retr bets this Marriages huh Jioiill slake n out of two often results in jixe a IIi stvens Did it ever occur to you that sum mer girls and peaches disappear situ ultnneouslj You never know what you cant do until you try to undo something that you have done When a woman I as to economize she always wants to do it on the necessities of life not the luxur les- e Christmas Giving When we look seriously at the flp pant degradation ot Christmas which has suddenly become so marked and at the spiritual decadence which accompanies it we shall piotably most of us say that It is time to cella halt This miserable and foolish business of giving because we have received encouraged as it la by shop keepers fl by our own mean ambi palttry nnwil ingness to be under obli gallons and by the mere fashion of this period which decrees Christmas excessesthis silly a d fatiguing cs tune has got to stop and women art the folks to stop itlHtle i11l rfcrtn fresh to our handy Here is a troth waiting fIr ns The Gilden Eagle Speaking of eagles began etoughs What We hvnt ben spiac it nf of tables iniKirupted Mtrklcy- Itit I v ai just hadit a up to It Lend tie one will you Or 20 in notes wil do It FOR SALEAn unlim ited Scholarship in the famous Massey Business college Call on or address The Republican A Candid Friend Ymng QratorI wonder why the newspaper reports left nut the most elcquent ravages in my speech Candid Friend The editor piob bly thought theywereoralorical gens and therefore ought to be cut ptltt Early Risers Tho famous little pills ROUGH RlVbR TELEPHONECOMPANY INCIIKIIIIIATKII Toll being cheat un ncrlyou should patr4trilr h uif olUp where you con buy your own jliodeh imri he Inand build your own toes tall ing iistnrc with the whnlt conn ty and business points urr eiMlSj bj I only paing a ipHSfnaWc rent II tllt- I foul h River Telephono Cnil pny ot they will be at the wt ivpft it- I ym say so We ee uict with nli In dependent Cent i For vurticu 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to contend with the element of momentum later Let us give you the details of this new countrys rapid growth and your chance itogrow up with it Illustrated litera ture free Rates Southwest Cut Almost in Two DeoB and 2004Jan3 and 1705 Geo Lee I don Pttas Agent Htle ROck Ark Mr Dr may who H I McGuire Diet Puss ABon- tClnclnnntlO I IIIJNO 1 o io h Nlst THE MILK WHITE DOE Ii7 =Tiie GiuidyH M i nl tjl only j huntsmanj j tinyhuofFmountain park- Antelope downwardIour long riflesat easy rest and awaited the coining of the hand It dashed over a hogshack turf into full view a wildly leaping struggling undu latingmass of reddish brown white tufted bodies stretched to the fullest speedo Ye for in a moment more the hand would pans us within easy range We lay with forefingers on the triggers as the timid animals wild with fear skimmed along us if waft owIpass so heurImother moment and the herd its swept by us Only the hinder most are in view Xow they are out of hearing and presently arc lost to sight I looked at 1ahlo His lark face seemed almost pale His eyes be trayed excitement not the exciter ment of linger or femur but ofn ten sympathyThe power that hadstaid my finger when it would have press uponhiuiScnor he said it is the milk iyIt itj that had rendered my forefinger in flexible for at the head of the band was the most beautiful animal I had ever seenn milk white doe She seemed fleeter more timidand of more graceful contour than any of the herd She was the perfection of animal grace and beauty 1 fan cied 1 heard a soft sadmoan as she passed before the muzzle of my rifle 1wins lost brielly in pathetic contemplation and the herd was gone Conic Pablo it is almost dusk but AVO must follow Come stir yourself you unenthusiastic son ofI goneSenor calm and imperturbable manner yet with a solemn impressiveness it is death to all who follow the milkwhite doe Nonsense I I must have her Let us follow quick Have patience senor and to cnmpfiremilk white doc And this is the legend he toldI meDefore the white man knew there was a western continent before the Spaniards came even before therein of the ancient Quetzalcoatl the lord of the Seven Caves of Xa vatlaqucs and king of the Seven Nations out of which arose the splendor of the Montozuman empire the powerful tribes lived in the north 1he were as the sands of the shore washed by the great ocean of the rising sun and the numbers- of their arrows were greater than the twigs in the forest Their queen was Maxtella Her skin was as white as the snow on yonder mountain peak her lips were ns scarlet as tho flaming loco blossom her eyes were as blue as the chalchuitcs in the Minns de las liquiddepthssoul Sho was a virgin queen Her courtiers wooed her in vain The richest of them all laid his wealth of chalchuites and beautiful shells cat her feet The mightiest hunter brought her trophies of the chase To all sho spoko words of wisdom and beauty but her love was for no peopleHermarvels of thoso days Her counselors were wise beyond their generation Many things they IIIknewgreat country beyond to which their i ancestors had gone years before The northern hordes were at peace So powerful were they that the tribes in the south did not daro to make war with them nor would the queen suffer her subjects to make war upon those weaker hordes who dwelt in rocks and caves high tip in the cliffs that bordered on tho green canyons There wns a vassal chief Azul of lowly birth and evUs ways Ho saw the beautiful Max tella and tho sight of her touched his black heart Ho loved Maxtel not for her virtue nor her vtia Ho loved r he t1o the land BPd that f mightI rtln v iiktYi aN y blooclannk hers might contra race ova klyq and that Eli northern hordes might make war upon tho tribes of the south and despoil of their trrasurc themI Azul knew the black magic He brought his richest treasure to Mnxttlias court Ho ucd his black i111helwen Lrv Un his Leala snowy white helmet and hi dyes was of green feather lib breastplate of feather work gleamed like jewels when the sun shone upon it Tall and straight was this vassalchief and mighty was his stride Great blue and blood red stones shone in time middle of his sword But time counselors were wise men They could see Ins black heart and read his evil mind and the spurned him with scorn Ihc would have driven him from the court The vassal chief held in his hand a wand sharp pointed like a knife by which ho worked his magic artWhen the queen appeared he look ed at her and turned pale Azuls eyes pierced her but his magic was not strong enough to make her lovo him Until then she knew not fear but now the evil spell was upon her Allof Azuls power was exerted to subdue her gentle heart When she went to walk a wolf sprang up in her path sharp stones cut through the deerskin and wounded her feet Near by was a spring of healing water but when Jlaxtella went to drinkof it a foul odor of poisonous gases arose She sought liar couch but 1fie had driven sleep away When slm was alone the black hearted vassal chief would suddenly appear and with throngs of the deer would beat savinglashesAll things could he make Max tclla do but love him False words she spoke to her counselors and did unholy dads that made her cour tiers bow their heads in shame Xo more was Slaxtella just or merciful Cruelty pitiless cruelty turned he love of her subjects to hate Of her attendants who remained faithful none was more EO than a little page a boy of not more than a score of Ycars These two sat one eve within the palace The dusky shadows were gathering without but the night could only bring add cd to Maxtolla The songdiedroom It was Azul Thy song is sad he said to th page Why do you not weep Max te1aIeyes upNow teach you how to weep and he struck her with his throngMaxtella turned upon him her mightyboundchief and seized the magic wand Its possession gave him the strength- of many men He struck the wretch- a blow and pinned him to the floor Azul writhed in pain and the blood dyed his dress of feathers crimson None but a wizard might over loose him With the blow the spell he had wrought on Maxtella was broken and all her gentleness and purity returned It was this that caused her to pity the bleeding wretch squirming in agony yet furious with rage She reached down her delicate hand to withdraw tho wand if it were possible when Azul seized her by the arm and buried his sharp gleaming teeth into the hand extended in mercy Maxtella unable to release her selfshrieked in pain for the bite of the sorcerer was as deadly as the poison of the snake with the castanets in his tail Now is thy blood mingled with mine hissed Azul and of thy own fret will I Now are we one forever By my living hate and tho mingling our blood I have supremest power over thee Coward thou hast ever been Coward thou shalt ever be The spirit shall pass from times in the form of tho creature thou most resemblesta doe timid of heart fleet of foot and spotlessly white None may slay thou wilt ever long for the dart that would release tho spell Thy speed shame time fleetest of the herd thy matchless beauty shall eerItho limiter to his death And with these words a milk white doe darted from time palace walls trembling with fright Ih hides in brakes mid canyons and flees when no hunter is nigh Hundreds have seen it and many kayo been lured to pursue it The fallen rocks from canyon walls hide the corpse of many a hunter who sought to slay the milk white doe None has ever returned to tell the of those masse And those who escaped the canyons dangers their bones lie bleaching in eternal enow Chicago TimesHerald Hardly Begun Yet Dntlonoo Wo n vrm becrun that 4 IALCS book I loaned you yet PatriceNo Ive only read the last two pages Yonkers Statesman No Moro Suffering t It you are troubled with indigos lion get a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and tee how quickly it willcure you Geo A Thompson of Spencer Ia says Have had Dyspep wasyCure was recommended and I used a 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 Every person suffering with indigestion or Dyspepsia should use it Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m To Calif ornia Via cenic Colorado or true south ern Route Dally through Pullman stnndr sleeping cars St Louis to San Fianclsco via the Missouri pacl Ry Mid scenic Colorado Ele goat tourist sleeping ear survives eVe ery Ttcsdav and Wednesday from St Louis Daily through Pullman stamJad sleeping cars St Louis to Los Angeles Cal vie Iron Mountains route to true southern route New tourist sleeping car excursions via Iron Mountains route and El Paso leave St Louis every Tuesday and Saturday The service and equip Roundrrate one way tickets are on sale via Iron Mountains or Mia snarl Pacific Rv fur all principal points in the east From 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the Emul sion free Be sure that this picture lIS the form of a label the of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y- joc and Jr all druggtsts t SICILIANHairRenewer L 1 11 1Renews WDSConsumption = = =ccj Cumberland TELEPHONEI Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence and place ol business My business has increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition C IP KOWLIN Manr Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 100 per year in advance JDIIW O iDmTg Oho County Circuit Court TF tllrkh u Judge Den D HlngoAttornoy TII Black Jailer Ed G Bnrrnas Clerk Frank L Felix Waiter Com mlsuloner Y L Moselcy Trustee Jury Fund Ca P Keown Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Keown Clarence Keown Jo H Hoberta Sam Keown rCourttonCnoa first Mon day In March and Augnnt and continues three weekgand third Monday In May and November two week County CourtT I 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and Cont- Sunday at 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednes day evening Itev WTjMIIler 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 am and 7 pm Rev J D liar ned pastor School Trustees Hartford Jas P Miller J Glenn S T Stevens D M Hocker J II B Car son Jon C they Town Trustees Rowan Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W S Tlnsley A C Taylor Gocrot Cocl tloa A 0 U W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 076 F A A Masons first Monday night In each month Rough lllver Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythia meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No4 Q A R hold reg ularmeetlngsSatnrdaybeforefirstSundaylneftcb monthI Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah ttheDOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CriELECTRIC IRON MOUNTMN ROUTE VI U1fItAcd Feiafcs Jn TSS8S Estl 0 r 1vv6Gd6ii iFi JfOr Mf r 1rzlill ftittir bftrciillcR Aawrlljlcc Mailer Etc AdJrets R T G MATTHEWS Trsr rs At Room 202 Enable Sits LOIilSflllE XY c C TOWtlfJCNB c vT AnT CT LOUT e ax xsD- ann 8lgnetareOc tae ctBOIgM A t 1AjBjslJ it v Hartford Republican FRIDAY DhCEMBKR 9 oATH IN THE FUMES j I i Two Children Dead and Moth er Will Not Live Little one Cried for Mothers Aid While the Flames Choked it Probably the most pathetic diSAster in the history of Breckenridge county was the burning of Letcher Browns home near Sample last Thursday f afternoon and the subsequent loss of life says the Breckenridge News One child was burned to deat him the fire another died Friday afternoon from the burns it received and Mrs Brown is so badly burned that he physician says she cannot live The charred banes oJ the child which lost its life in the fire and the remains of the child which died Friday were placed in one casket and buried at Sample Tuesday afternoon When the fire occurred Mrs Brown was washing near the hous and Mr Brown was at work on a cjunty road- a mile or S3 away as overseer of the Stephensport district The two chil dren who were burned and another child a five year old boy hal been left alone in the house Two older children were at school It was about 2 oclock in the after noon when Mrs Brown receved the first knowledge of the presence of fire in the house The five yearold boy was pounding on the inside of the door to the living room and crying for his mother When she opened the door a mass of fhmes swept out The oldest child ran out of the door and thus escaped from the burning dwelling but on the bed lay a little boy of three years and in its cradle a twomontbsold infant both asleep Unhesitatingly the mother rushed in to the room picked up both children and tried to make her escape through the dining room and kitchen the back part of the dwelling Her clothing and those of the children were on fire the smoke and heat choked her but unflinchingly she pushedon passed on throgh the dining room and into the kitchen But here suffocat ed beyond human enduranceshe fell And the lest she remembered was that she was roling nut of the kitch en and into the yard And as she went but bow she knew not she dipped the baby into a tub of water andlthen clasped it to her breast But one other baby older but ts dear to her was left behind and as she lost consciousness she heard it crying to her to come and get it The above is the story the mother Real ESTATE 135 acres 4 miles north of Hartford in good state of cultivation 85000 120 acres near Rockport in good condition good buildings 120000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good barns 65000 40 acres 34 miles from Sul phur Springs 32500 145 acres z4 miles west of Hartford fine land good improvements 300000- A house and 2 acres of ground adjoining Hartford3750OO- ne bouse and lot on Union street5 rooms4 acre lot in good condition 75000 132G acres land 3 miles from Hartford Part of the Crowe Taylor farm two horses suf ficient timber to keep the farm 700 60 acres 5 miles from Hartford on Hardinsburg road good horse barnes and orchad and good water 20 acres in woods S 200 83 acres fine Muddy creek bottom land good build ings 15 acres hill land 166000 ins acres fine Rough river bottom land near Hartfordin fine state ofcul tivation cheap 188 acres near Ceral vo 26 acres at Centertown All the above lands are bargains Titles abstracted S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY 1 told nl her awful experience when she hud regained conclonsness lAte Thurs Slav evening True she told part of It tsonn after she escaped from tin dxvtllinnp but it wu incoherent find interrupted lit heArt rendering crier or her child who was burned almost before her eyes rTobacco Growers Convention Narrows Ivy Nov 29 1904 Editor HARTFORD REruniiCAJj According to previous call of the National Union of the A S of E the National Tobacco Growers Conven tion convened in Lynchburgh Va Novembr 10 and n and after propel preliminaries proceeded to the trans action of the business for which it had been called viz The setting of an equitable price on the 1904 cropof tobacco Alter deliberately consider lug the tobacco situation from every standpoint the following scale of prices were adopted For Virginia dark tobacco goo per hundred for Virginia bright to bicco 1200 per hundred for Ken tucky dark tobacco 800 per bun dred for Kentucky burley grown in dark district 1200 per hundred The above are the minimum prices below which farmers should not sell Considering the very small percent age of crop grown this year these prices should be easily realized and farmers generally are earnestly re quested to cooperate in securing these prices to the end that we may be enobed to receive a reasonable portion of the fruits of our toil and that we should not be content to remain mere hewers of wood and draw ers of water but should realize the importance of our position in the business world and determine tbatI henceforth we must be consulted in regard to terms and conditions upon which we are to part with our prod uctsBrother farmers the present sys tem or rather lack of system in marketing our products has brought us to where we cant make ends meet Therefore we should study the matter of controlled marketing for therein lies our prospects for future success Yours for equity M F SHARP Delegate from Ohio Co m i m RENDER- Dec 6 Dr H B Innes was in Beaver Dam on business last Wednes dayWm D McElbinney of Central City was here on business last Thurs dayGeo Lyons of Louisville was here last Friday Mrs Annie Fisher visited in Reek port last week Mr and Mrs Hardin Burden visit ed in South Carrollton last week Harry Thienes of Taylor Mines and Miss Artie Dennison of this place were married last Wednesday at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs S D Dennison Rev E W Coakley tied the knot We wish them much joy and happi ressMrs G M Stokes returned to her home in Jasonville Ind last Friday after visiting her mother Mrs Mary A Cargal for the past six weeks John T Main has accepted the post tion as mine foreman for the Mem phis Coal Co at Island Mr Main is a good man and we wish him suc cessMiss Rosabelle Cobb of Sacramento visited her cousin Mrs F E Harris last week and returned to Island yesterday B C Dowell went to Owensboro Saturday and returned yesterday- Dr Hebry Smith of Prentls was here Saturday and Sunday Mrs P B Burton visited in Ow ensboro Saturday and Sunday James Cates of Central City was here Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Jones of Central City visited here Sunday- H D Jones of Doveys was here SundayAndrew Mercer is on the sick list Messrs S S Hoover and Ed Moss barger of Louisville were here yes terdayMisses Lucy James and Lanie Fisher were in Beaver Dam yesterday Miss Nellie Harris is on the sick listLe Roy Brown went to Beaver Dam to day Mrs John F Hocker is visiting in leaton Farmers Meeting Mass Convention of Ohio Connty armers of the American Society of Equity met at Hayneavllle December h 1904 A delegation representing t6o farmers was present After electing officers to preside he meeting adjourned for dinner j Ic In the afternoon several impurlatit- subjects were discussedIThe action National Convention which met n1 Lyuchburjj Va were unanlmors yI endorsed and nil agreed that they and I ouII11standthat convention but in order to hay a more complete action as then I were several locals not ret resented it was agrned to meet in Hartford at I oclock January lothio Tuesday 1905 G G LANUM Sec OLA TON Dec 4 Mr and Mrs Ernest Wil son of Fallen Rock visited Mrs Wilsons mother lust Sunday Mr and MM S E Young are visit log friends and relatives in Grayson countyMr Ream Bean who has been very low with pneumonia fever is much better at this writing Mrs John Allen received a tele gram from Caneyvllle the 2911 stat ing that her sister Mrs Josie Ashley was dead Her remains were buried at Olaton hurrying ground the fol lowing day quite a number of rela Lives and friends being present 1V extend sympathy to the bueave- family SALEM Dec 5The Sunday school is still in progress at this place Mr H C Wilson visited his broth er Mr C A Wilson Friday nightI John A McCord of Auburn KyI is visiting friends in this community George Wilson and family were the guests of Mrs Wilsons parents Mr and Mrs Wm White last Sun dayG J Christian and son Norvin were the guests of their friends Mr- Horseand Mrs Juda Arnold near Branch last Sunday Mrs Mary Jane Hoover of near Sulphur Springs is visiting he brother Mr S M Wilson near place Hebert Wilson and sister Miss ilof Belle were the guest of their cousins Mrs H C Wilson and sister last Sunday night Dick Stogner and family were the guests of their friend Mrs Same Camp Sunday Miss Nancy Awtry who has been on the sick list for quite a while no better- J L Miller spent Saturday night with C A Wilson and family Miss Edna Wilson and nephew Thomas Wilsin visited Miss Ednas uncle Mr Ed Her near Walnut Grove last Sunday Mr C Jamison is visiting his par ents Mr and Mrs J H Jamison this week Estill Raley wife and daughter Miss Golda were the guest of Mrs Raleys father Mr Rufus Boyd Fri day night In Memory Ot little Yale Daniel who was born July 27 1901 and died November r3i i94i age 3 years 3 months 17 days Little Yale is now at rest In a land ofjoy and love Where none can enter but the blest To live with mother and the angels above To life this dear little angel clung For father no more on earth he could see But he is now with mother And can sing the songs of Jesus full and free Oh father weep not but look to Jesus God had His chariot ready and He took your darling home Safe in his tender bosom Where sin can never come One less at home the charm circle IsI broken One dear face missed day by day from its accustomed place One voice of welcome hushed and evermore one farewell word un spoken On the shore where parting comes no more one soul landed more one more in heaven Little Yale was the rosy cheek darling The light of their home But God saw fit to take him away Where sin and sorrow never comes He was the son of Dick Daniel and his remains were laid to rest in the Salem burying grounds in the pres ence of a large crowd of sorrowing people It is so sad to part withone so little and sweet as little Yale yet we know what is our loss is heavens gain A FRIEND Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar Carts all Coughs anQ expel Cold from I 1M yitero by gently navlag tee towel IJ rl ti EVERYBODY I MAKES THE CLOTHES WHITE ABBNQVV I A QUART FOR Sc FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS I The American Phannaeal Co E vausvllle Im or =I Something New Variable Tours TO FLORIDAVIA Southern Railway and Queen tJ RoutedGO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter Tourist Tickets good going Via Asheville through the Land of the Sknml Beautiful Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Clmtnnoogti or vice versaire now on sale at Low Rates The Florida Limited solid Train of finest Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers and 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