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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 11 It I u 0H H U Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year nOn VOIle rHARTFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 16 1901 No 22 PHILIPPINE LETTER I w By An Ohio County Boy Now In The Philippines Brief Description of Habits and Customs of a Few Filipino Tribes Uumxlojr Oct 18 I94 Dear IMitoi Jfy tie time this K reaches you pet ears rlecilon will he over and shoul you find space it It I tdmll nut see it for three month or moor Mail to this point terms secure but f t t very slow Tonight is the first beautiful star night for runny days but tonight J I seem to see all the stars again The milky WHY scents whittM stil The north star hangs nearly tinder the 3rent dipper and very close to the horizon The southern cross hang- slightly 4 out of drawing over Whit- Stone mountniu Many locuss nnd crickets sing a merry tune hat it in not sweet to the ear of our rice farmers Grasshoppers and are great enemies to rice and yt Itrun see ninny boys rend girls driven the winged ones with long red streamers or gathering the younger wingless ones into las to ba hoile and fed to the hogs and chicken Surely here is not all a gathering ol ripe fruits or bringing ol fun hour the bountiful sort I btlieve these people were by nature industrious hut where the Spanish culture hrs touched here and there with Its thin veneer it will take many years to t unlearn some simple ideas Jro through many generations For ex ample your sturdy American farmer would think it very simple for a man owning a few hundred dollars rwuth of rice land to walk about J Y looking over the work of a Sew men and himself idle for this same mat to pay a few cents a day for cooks and servants of all kinds and becaus- he has not money enough to pay for help for much needed cleaning nnd building to wait for the small profits from a horde of useless servants rath er than to go to work nnd do things for himself Outside of these veneer of worthless Spanish ideas and a very sincere belief in a kind of crude Cnth olic religion with its many priests this people seems very close to na ture They have much to learn be sides language t Their religious devotion is really fc quite touching However much you may see at other times of bare feet and bronze skin or of stains of toil when they enter the church these people are very clean and devout the women sitting or kneeling as the ser vice may require on the bare tile floor looking always towards the altarTo the protestant the swaying of the censer and the many bowlngsand v the holy smoke and the holy water may seem a very second handed way of serving God but at least it is M 4 something to unite a barbarous peo pIe in some way and touch their souls with ideas of love and sacrifice Perhaps it were not best to disturb them in their one and only faithi but we need many to speak to themI with power and kindness of the gos pel of good homes J C B GENERAL INTELLIGENCE Two meu accused of robbing the Peoria National Bank at Peoria Ill j oJwere captujed at Toulon Ill with 1880 in currency in their pockets The postal service coat during the last fiscal year according to the re port of the Postmaster General was 15236211670 an excess of 8779 49236 over receipts During the last few weeks much new capital has entered the Kentucky and Tenneescs oil fields and drilling has been pushed In both the upper and lower divisions in Kentuckyt After more than five hours of de bate Tuesday the H use without dl qvision adopted q resolution provid Judgerte ChrtiltH H Svviyne ef Ute Nnrtnern district of Florida lor high crimes ird mitdiTieirois A connnitUi 1 five was appointed to present tilt rfhoiuto i of hiiutMchmetit to thr Senate Another r sulutiU aP S adopted providing for the itppulni merit of a committee of seven In per pall aHt report the iirtlclis ol 1m pencliiieiit Intense hiieiest war manifested in the ays proceedings and almost the entire mrni t rihip of the House wis present ROOSEVELTS VOTE IIThe Largest Ever Given a Pres ident Entire Vote 13534119 yA cauvfsi of the popuar vote ai the last PiesiJentUleectioii is com plate txcept as to one county in Ten ut sce and Jnir counties in Michigan lor which LHtimutes ire given shun rag that resident Roosevelt defeated polloed the largest vote ever given for a President ol the United States 7640 560 This is more than 400000 ir excess of the vote cast for MclCinlej IIIn jo LJfhe official figures for Missouri shut that Roosevelt carried that State by 25600 votes In Maryland IiUIIC Republican elector received tli largest vote but his colleagues were defeated The Democrats in Mary mud will therefore have seven vote in the electorlal college while tilt Republicans will have but one Watson the Populibt candidate ran strongest in Iris own State Gear gin where he received 22635 votes illItthe South and Vst but only one vote was cast for him in South Caroling The total vote is given as 13534 119 all l that for each ot the Presi dentiul candidates is given as follows Roosevelt Republican 7640560 Parker Democrat 5c94 391 j Debs ProhibitrIon 1st 218411 j Watson Populist 124 381 and Corrlgan Socialists La bar 33519- The electoral vote will be 336 for Roosevelt and 140 for Parker u MUST HANG Roy Greens Fate Sealed by the Court ot Ap peals A Roy Green by the court of last resort is oomed to bang The opin ion of the Court of Appeals confirm ing the judgment of the Davless Clr cult Court in condemning Green to death for the murder of James Coomes was delivered Tuesday morning The negro was convicted ir the Circuit Court at the August term The crime for which Green is to be hanged is the most horrible ever en acted in Davies county His victim was James Coomes a Webster county farmer who had come to Oweusboro to visit relatives The killing tookI place in a dark little lunch stand a the fair grounds on the afternoon o July 31 Sunday The discovery of the murder was not made until Monday night or late Monday afternoon George White and Joe Chamberlain were the first to se the body of the murdered man on Monday afternoon They reported to the people Their actions were somewhat unusual andI White was placed under arrest on sun plcion of having some connection with the murder Chamberlain could not be located White was released in a few hours The body of the murdered man wa in a horrible condition His skullI had been battered to pieces rind his brains had oozed out Through his neck was driven one eniof the stick with which he had beak clubbed to death JLicense to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last reportICharlie C Render to Ida Shroader Render 1 A SaUce OnteriowK to Nannie Simpson Cen tertown A 0 ROSM Hchols to Mo be Is Quinn KchoU Elvis U Brown Echols to Maude E Maddox Denver Dam Ollie W Duff Sulphu Springs to Lucy Murphy Narrow J H Bruce Costtlow Logan cJUntyI Ky to Atty Belle Foisythe Dam John B Aronckle Beaver Ddiu to Myrtle Taylor Braver Dun STOCK LAW County Attorney W H Barnes Gives Advice Concerning its Enforcement Having recently received a number of letters making Inquiry concerning the application of the law regulating the running at large of cat 1 in the various precincts of tip county wherein this question was voted upon at the recent November election Pond in which d nmjority of those voting upon tit duesion voted against the running at large of cattle through the courte sy of the editor of this paper I offer the following general information on that subject for the benefit ot those cltz rs of the county who are inter ested in the enforcement of this law Since December 8th 1944 it has been unlawful for any person to pert wit any species of cattle owned b him or under his control or in his custody to run at large in the follows lug voting precincts in the county viz Hast Hartford Sulphur Springs RHlph Beda Buford Magan 1Jna yule Bartlett Narrows West Fords villa Hart Fordsville and Herbert and since the date above mentioned it has likewise been unlawful for any such person to permit the running ai large of hogs sheep goers and geese in Wtst Hartford voting precinct and in Point Pleasant voting precinct nnd alto unlawful since said date for any such person to permit the run ping at large of hogs in the Cromwell voting precinct Any person owning or having in his control or in his custody any species ot cattle against tle running at large which it has been declared to be unlawful permitting the same to run at large lu any of said precincts shall be fined not less than five dollars 500 nor more than twenty five dollars 2500 for each ofiense and if any damages shall be commit ted by such cnttle in any of the said precincts wherein it is unlawful to permit the tame to run at large the owner of said cattle shall be liable for all such damage whether the place where the damage occurred be Includ ed by a lawful fence or not and the person damaged shall have a lien on the cattle committing the damage fur the amount thereof and cost of such and it shall furthermore be the duty of any constable sheriff or town mar shal to impound any cattle found running at large in any of said pre ducts wheiu it is unlawful to permit the running at large of such cattle and the owner or bailee thereof shall pay to the officers impounding for each head so impounded i oo and the cost of feeding and taking care of such cattle providing the cost of impounding any num shallf ing and such officer shall bave a lien on the cattle so impounded for his fees and expenses which he may en force in the manner mortgage liens are enfotced Cattle Includes horse mule sheep hog or goat of any age or sex bull cow calf and ox Another vote can not be taken In queLltlon years from the time the last vote was taken W H BARNES County Attorney BEAVER DAM placesat last weekRev Tuck from Central City preached at the Christian church laHtI nightThe drama which was to be presented at school hall by the R E G So ciety will not be presented until after new year Miss Dena Woodward is quite ill at this writing The revival meeting which has been In progress at the Baptist church closed with the following results Fortyeight professions nnd thirty additions to the chuch ofCongressPhysiciansClergymentions and thousands upon thousands of those in the humbler walks of life Ask Your Druggist for a Free Peruna Almanac for 1905 TOYSXMAS PRESENTSTOYS Santa Claus has been to see us and has left a larger Stock of Xmas Goods with us than he ever did be fore The stock consists of Albums Manicure Sets Handkerchief Boxes Collar and Cuff Boxes Smoking and Shaving Sets Wagons Dolls Mechanical Toys Steam Engines Carts Wheelbarrows Drums Horns Shell Goods Dishes Vases etcin fact everything in the way of Xmas PlesentsIWe also have an abundance of Candies Nuts Fruits and all kinds of Fire WorksIXmas Goods will be stored on small payment to guarantee sa- leThe Brown Mercantile Coz cornoitaz rI McHenry Ky N I THEElECTIOmHENWyJl Results Compared With Tliarj of 1896 Former Influences That Wrought Republican Success Not Felt This Year The Northern aud Kistru newspapers in discussing possibe Cabinet changes when PresHeut Roosevelt enters upon his new term have su rested that Hon John W Y ras stands high in administration circles and might be chosen to represent tbe South In the new Cabinet but for the showing made in Kentucky in the r cent election One correspondent went so far as to say that It was the only McKinley State in 1896 that had gone backward forgetting that Mary and went Republican in 1896 and 3900 and chose seven out of eight Democratic electors in I9 4 We have no information that Mr Yerkes cares for a Cabinet portfolio which is at best an expensive luxury Jor a gentlemen of moderate fortune but we are unwilling to seeuur North trn contemporaries dismiss the sug gestion of his eminent fitness and availability on the ground that Ken Mucky did not come up tj the expec lations of enthusiasts who ar n familiar with conditions in this State The newspaper generalizition thnt Kentucky has lost ground from 1896 to 194 is literally true on the face of the returns but It is not a fair d e ductlou when the changed concH lions in the two Presidential cam palgns are taken into consideration indeed to those on the ground there is a great deal of encouragement in tlie fact that the Democratic majority of 23 000 in i9 3 wes cut down to less than 12000 in I94 and that the Hepublicans gained one number of Congress and came within 100 votes ut capturing another Democratic dis hict Even Louisville with Its mono amental ranrality went Democratic by only 1000 votes and Covington and Newport gave handsome Republican majorities In 1896 the Democratic party in Kentucky split wide open over Bryan aud free silver and the two leading party newspapers of the State the Louisville CourierJournal under Henry Watterson and the Lexington Herald under W C P Breckinridge and a dozen lesser papers of the same faith courageously Mipported eith the McKinley ticket outright or th rI sound money Democratic nominees Col Brecklniidge accepted the Republican nomination for Congress in the Ashland district practically In surfing a fair election wherever his in fluence reached and Bourke Cochran John R Fellows and other eminent orators of national fame were on the stump for Breckinridge and McKin ley General Buckner a Kentuckian was the Sound Money Democratic candidate for Vice President and Wil liam Lindsay United States Senator and John G Carlisle former Senator and Secretary of the Treasury eminent Kentucky Democrats weri Republicans In everything but rameI and opposed Bryan in the newspapers I and on the stump I August Belmont of New York aodI 1 E Ingnllb of Cincinnati both at I th heRd of large interests in KenI Lucky were outspoken in their oppo stlon to the Democratic nominees ind exerted H wide influence on t cal sentiment in the State Indeei the controlling powers in nearly ail the great financial commercial i nd industrlnl eiterprises In Ktn tacky were friendly to the Republican nuse Tbr Republican National Commit e contribute liberally to the ext of the Kentucky cnuipitlgr 1 nn acennit of the prominence IfI L Sound Mor ry Democrat in 1vI Ct tO Til rr r Z i t rr 1al i tIlea 1iov rnnjI t db I r in p I r t il v He end 1 fL r t t ut Ititvm LIJ irrjh cee tprtsItr1 j Ie iht iniquitous G b L y t Pt been cone 11 Ii L W ity jol u idled1rtifn of j tty me tl i vlectrn It i i rsII you had only taken our ad vice you would have cured I l flair Vigor the dandruff saved your hair Ifgnot entirely bald now is your opportunity Improve it I hate tired Ayett HaIr Vhor for over 0 yearn Inm nnv nI au lilt I ami llArrA IIMVJT growth of rich Groan half ilue I think eu tireljr to Ajrert iidr Vknr M A KU1T1I llellovllle III CATURCONiM Good Hair lector had a majority of 281 votes over the highs at Bryan elector and one of the latter slipped through n improperly stamped ballots as one ol the Republican electors did in Mary land this year V In 194 every one of thesj favorable local conditions was reversed The Louisville CourierJournal and Lex itiitnp Herald with Mr Watterson atitl Col Brtckinridue tit their head ofand other antiBryan papers were back in line Carlisle and Lindsay were regular Belmont and Ingall were vehemently Democratic and their important lines of influence were either neutral or against the Re publicansDemocrats were in controll of all the State departments all the city and county offices in Louisville and aa overwhelming majority of alt the county and municipal offices in the State and the Goebel election boards were in full operation reinforced by anew law requiring registration cer tlficates which was openly branded when introduced in the Legislature as a bill to legaliz and facilitate bribery at elections the Democrats solidly voting down an amendment to make the purchase or sale of certificates a punishable offense The Social Equality scarecrow had been paraded with spectacular el fact in the Blue Grass counties where the negroes are most numerous and where sound money sentiment was most outspoken among Democrats in 1896 and the gold telegram made It easy for hundreds of former sound money independents to return to the party ranks in the mistaken belle that Democratic success was aces s sary toIIEave Kentucky from the bugaboo ofhlgger Domina lion The outlook in Kentucky this year was not sufficiently encouraging to warrant the Republican Natlona Committee In rendering any financial assistance and the State organization was absolutely dependent upon the contributions of generous Kentucky Republicans In eighty counties the party was without a Republican HEALTHI house without Theilfordi IJlaok thefauiUyt of rculta I hlvo not had e lengthopernonwellandfconvilU 111 medicinesrcconsthllIHIII+ jitiil invigor Intts lij rpiii ir mid weak kiJaeys t J c I 1111 tl i0 oil1j I is neearv in th hru Ieepl1rhysiclant CMearz with thin 1I ilI1 as IetlfurrlsIness j psii c 1 tijg amIJ hooLnrrhcrJ lastirbewuerI control rL iDS 6lAff it IIDe w A iii I gTC TJ1 k y rf3T newspaperpaper of any kind to pica d its cause In spite of nil these chnnyed coati lions and discouragements the Re publicans were t1feted by le s1 TIIand came within ion ICS of Carrying another Democratic Nothing is so sweet as success and I the Republicans were naturally jab- taut over seen the 281 iuf jrity let tuky pave McKinley in 1896 hut when a comparison ta mafe of the Influences at woik then and in 194 the resources at the command of the Republican organization the lawsutt- dtr which the two elections were conducted aid the changed politic complexion of the State and important local administration the result in 194 is more remarkable and con talus mote encouragement than that of 1896 Republicans in Kentucky won n scratch victory in 1896 by a tempo ary combination of forces and elements that could not be heM togeth er in 19 4 they lost by a modest ma jority in a contest with a practically united Democracy but they showed splendid fighting qualities in the face of almost insurmountable obstacles and wonderful recuperative powers after the disappointments and disas errs of recent years The Republicans of the State are happily united under the leadership of cleanhanded conservative men and although DemocrUlc divslcns largely appeared in the last two cam paigns the Republican organization is stil reinforced b infl tential in thee State many of them old Confederate i oldlers who left the Democratic par ty in 1895 and 1896 in the cawp for Found money or in 1899 and t9 r in the struggle for civil liberty who were not stampeded in 19 4 by nip jer bugaboos or buncoed by gold bricks and who are firmly fixed in their new faith as long as the Re publican party maintains its pres nt high ideals in the State and Na lion Whil the election of iQ4 was dis appointing in visible results it was I encouraging to the stalwart militant Republicans of Kentucky who their faces turned to the future TheI wave of race fury that swept over the South and touched Kentucky with its blight has spent its force and the reaction is seen In the general dispo sition to banish the Social Equality scarecrows and Nigger Domination bugaboos to the political attics from which they will neveremerge South rn sentiment today is not what it was sixty days agoand there is every reason to believe that the South wil grow more tolerent of Republicans and Republican policies during the next four years under the influence of Theodore Roosevtlts wholesome ad miration Kentucky is almost Republican today in spite of wicked registration and election laws and partisan Injustice in high places and when viewed In its true light the result of the No ember election ought not to be handicap to any Republican worthy- of preferment A PI PIIyNo Pill is aa pleasant and positit as DeWitts Little Early Risers De Witts Little Early Risers are so nail and effective that children delica ladies and weak peoplc enjoy the cleansing effectlvhile strong peep say they are the best liver pills sold Sold by Z Wayne Griffin 11 Bro in DDt FENtiEF1S GOLDEN RELIEF Sliany null insldu or out lu from 2 to 0 minutes A Permanent Worlds Fair Commercial Trlhnu rl When the Columbian Exposition came to an end anti while the work removing the exhibits and wreck the buildings wns under way there was a spurt of enthusiasm on ehalf of a permanent Words FairI just as today there is a like spurt jvhikjtbe removing and the wrecking s going on at St Louis Rat tb pvj ci Is hardly Ka bar The en inaslflsm over the project way dead rthin a year after the closing of the iWjfl1 Exposition md iJ no kdy to nrvive fur a priol greater tar a year after the wrecking at St Louis has been accomplished S fast does the world move and the inventive genius of the American with that the wonder of today bscanlesb reptile tomorrow A permanent Worlds Fair of capacity sufficient o exhibit the productions of to day and have space for the productions of I lrf 0 JE tomojrow would speedily become half museum nndhalt exposition j and the outcome would be intvl i table Thrre IB a World a Fair in every city in the U UUd States permanent 110 the right tmaning of the wOIlIin sense that there are ah ays mar vd of genius ant art of b lng pro ducal The Worlds Fair of the Columbian or the St Louis pAttern- mertly serves to marl epochs in the history 01 a nation to bring people of other cuu tries in contact with the American people to exchange ideas and to return to their respective coun tries to utilize their new ideas in the real Worlds Fairsthe permanent communities whether urban or rural agricultural or manufacturing It the Columbian Exposition had been made permanent the Louisiana Purchase Exposition would not have been a succesJ The public would have been satiated with the wonders of the permanent exposition since to make it of real vnlueit would have been compelled to add yearly to its i collection of marvels in all branches f and space woul1 have bicu at a pre mium There is munch sentiment to the suggestion of a permanent expo sition at St Louis but the sugges lion carries with it burdens and expenses toil great for realizition ofex psctaliors fDriven to Dosperatlon j Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven to desperation in case uEr accident resulting in Burns Juts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a sun ply of BuoklensJArnica Salvo Its the best on earth25c at Z Wayne Griffin it Bros drug store in NEWRULINGo Ministers Will Have to Pay For Traveling Per mits The railroads of the country have decided on a change in the method ol issuing permits to cl rymen to trav el on reduced rate This step way taken on account of the vast number of permits Issued to persons not en protectionIMinisters desiring to apply for permit are required to send Ji to Joseph Richardson chairman of the South westTti Clergymens Bureau room 729 Eqiltahle building Atlanta Ga accompanied by an application blank properly tiled in showing all the facts of Ihe ministers office The mousy is used to defray the expense 01Ifn investigation and is not return ed under any circumstances Permits will be issued to none but or dained ministers in actual charge of churches aid a dw other persons en gaged in religion1 work and having no other occupation and means of support Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar Cures all CcuQhs and expels Colds from trio system by ocntly moving the bowels LFooting a Practical Joker New Yorks all too well known practical jrker Brian G Hughes owes his reputation part of It nt i practicaleon sonic t toda pO i towas labeled Poison to Roaches amonglen slip announcing that the second box of the preparation wouH hi infallible A numbs of people were induced to ask for this bx The second box contained the following directions Firm e rich the torch then hold It firmly aid tickle it with a rather till it laughs then drop souse of the powder down its thr lilt and clioaic it j Two 1r Dyspeptics If you arc too fat it is because your food turns to fat instead of musclo strcnfjth Ilf you are too loan tho fat producing foods that you cat aro not properly digested and assimilatedLean stringy peoplo do not hav enough Pepsin in tho stomach whilo fa people have too much Pepsin and no enough Pancrcatino i KodolDyspepsia Cure contains all the digestive juices that 1rtII found in a healthy stomach and exactly those proportions necessary tenable C tho stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all foods that may bo eaten Kodol is not only a perfect dirrestJnt but it Is a reconstructive tis suo building tonic as well Kodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of tho Heart and Constipation You will like itIDigests What Rests tho stomach rebuilds thoItissues and gives firm flesh Dotter bottl bolds at timer es much a thrill or be net du i nard liming and Shoot TrueTllltUt nil oIcrr Mfrrern ilw1 lsal1l1I PDIWmaYrtr mI Ar 50 SHOTGUNS from 75010535 Ask yourtSealer for our products and insist on getting them i J STEVENS ARMS TOOL CO P0 tmi raga flilroprn fall llac ist Columbia Salad Fork proposition FIRST DOTTLE FDEiIi ll I DrCer tlllterro hrc hov rtrlItje rind u AVowlIl tlioti H nn or l ron year drutrltlst fur n fullsiml IoU irce tnul vc wilt pay your drutalst ours lvtH for It CarlsleJtsGermanno nijlitrntlons wliutevcr- Ko stoic oni fun such nn offer nail bo futr to himself Tho very Ioderdooll tobeDr Carlsiedts German Liver Powder is sold in sizes 1 IoraorrollCDWit aCoCDleroUeL i t lwjKTHlsa I5oPISTOLS llrrmj1pnll4iliua ttffgIt r C M IIMINTT e K SlUT BAm ET f SMITH ATTORNEYS AT r nitrroiii KY Will pniiUrillirlrirMnnli ii In nil Hit court H 11III and nil Joliilii iiiii tli NII nil Court nt AIM IIC ilIIIIIIIIIIh1I ti till lillHliiri Mtintttl i i J t llHlrnir riillntiniib ninl tin Imrtlroof frlin HIMI itnh lntv Sii InltlrH 11111111 III nil I 111111011 u H q FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law nKrroii KY rUlllpnullrr his pnifwliiii In Otiln iiiil nd tppwllstehulldlulet I CHAS M LAIVYE Rt IlAHTIOltl 1 Y Will prnrllrr his prrlnn In till ticuIrtur ohl nun ndlnlnlhi eountlrs end In the rune ol AppiiiN Spiliil nttititoti Klein tv rrlinliuij priiitUcHiiil to iiilliftlniitiStOilliv coriuT Miir krtnhllrntrrrtHtrtsitn1lioimin rorliiTiip utiilrn JNO B WILSON WIr nb triirtH Ar ulxo Nntiirr IuMIr for Ohio ruun ty iUtMiortlinliltMillii iiiirt jh h R R Attorney at Law HAKTFOHD KY rIoflllurtIrl NdnrylehUfuriiU M I IIIVUIN 11111 an1n11lllhilEA VRIN WOODWARD c 1VUr C- IItatrun6sI c IH r 111 pndLh In nil the Pnnrtr lildilltiiiH iiiin next dour to Han tit llnrtfnril BARNESIataNUrrxrt ATT IIMY1- IIM1 tout 1- WIllI n ii Inn 111111111 nil tdr Ciiurt tnurtliitiiIiM IIrllt tn hiM i lilt riillrilloiiit ppfil Iv Oin i Inrulrth- uaYANCYLMOSLEY JATTOKNEY AT A tIf-Hartford Kentucky Will prni tlf hln pnifoKloii In till tin Ootirtd of able ninl inl liilii0 inn iii tin Court of Aiippifilx Ainu 1- 01IIlIInIr llrnt Nutluiiiil sink durablemake genuineS7SPOONS KNIVnS FORKS PTC an ideal Holiday gift They are made in a great handsomelypacked Writeusyouinle311IrlulxIG Jot l Columbial Saladt C Kidneyssuch I and Dysentery of a bilious type we will hive you an order on your druggist and pay him for a bottle ofl Our free 15jrrlr tecoupon herewith ral3uu nutfitpt two 25c and LAW ul7nnd CROWE WEDDING LAW riiiiuilm Nutnrv GUT OUT TKBS COUPON nutlhrbuuksaudmalliidltrdlseaao Iiiu trfOili t ilvc full mMrfM Write plainly Ttw For Sale by J WILLIAMS Hartford KyI r 1y L1LLtt t A MISTAKE I Woman Will Never Win Adoration From Men by Adopting Mannish Ways Women are never more largely and gorgeously mistaken than when they think that they mAke a winning with men by trying to make imitation men of themselves The fallacy that nm III epine for women to be little brothers to them hat gained ground oi late and found many adherents among women who tfiect masculine sports discuss risque surjecti and endeavor to wipe on the sex line Never was greater folly It Is womans unlikeness to man the tliflerence of her point of view that makes all her charities and lends piquancy to her society 11I man wanted the ideas ot another man tin a subject he would seek one who I hud been born to the masculine Slate not one who hat merely midcrtiiu lied the rule Men like vlmt we rail the old fash finned vlriios in OI1IHI says the Chi ueo Tribune hIs tlir fashion now- lot women to h blase and cyst c b but there fa no nun so hardened tiia doe not shudder away trout a hard woman Me pray nev r put his foot inside ol a church taut he wants nI worimn tl be plums lit may dlah1 litved in everything In heaven unciI to th lint he wants u womnui to a child like fnith in tv ryth nu and DO matter how much he laughs tl her for her credulity hr loves htr better ire it lit niiy ja ge the world h metcilesily but he wants H wctunn to II lie full of tender and HDieatiiDlng Ih tiplby cult pity No man ivn luved a woman win did not crytll who was not tender to It tie children or who would not give to a bvjtgMi and lnvratiuate bis needs afterwards The girl who thinks it smart to sner nt domesticity and declares that she will never debate her talents bf learn lug to cook or tow who Uttes chtl drew end mnebs At religion no mater heir btlltinut or biMntifnt she lat rto s not attract mates Deafnass Cannot be Cu rod By lootil ttpplicahons as tboy cannot resell the dimascd portion of tie cari There 5s only one way lo euro dosf kh IIOM mid tbat is by constitutional rainttHee Dtwlness is onused by an inflamed condition ot the imieoiu lining of the Euitachiuu Tube When this tube is ioHiuuod you have a ruoibhog sound or iuiperleo hearing and when it ii entirely cla ed Ieainess ill the result and unless the icflaramatifln cab be taken oft and lire tube restored kits normal ooudtuou hearing illbe dtsttw ni for ver nine oaeee out ot tra erti I a caused by Cntarrh which M nothing but fen iiflauicd oondUt n uftb tau eons rurtrtecea t LWB will glee One Hundred Dollar fotsanycase of Deafness icaustd by uatarrh that cannot be ourctl bj Halls Cstarrh Cure Send for cir onlsrt ireo FtJ Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by Dniirgisls 76c Take Haifa Family Pills for oou r uti pulton m Courage and Highwayman A holdup 11tan1r highwayman e t q in giving the public bin opinioii Hfomu tit methods of his kind and the ways h of victims when assailed may be tak ti 1ften at his word when he says that want of cnurntyc on tc pi t of tht average citizen is the cause ofyso many successful robberies- It is true that rubbers mud other crooks are physical cowards as a rule Their mode of life is not of a kind I that makts heroes of them They are ever on the guard and ever snore or less nervous What given them courage in the first place is the fact that they expect an easy triumph since the victim is to be surprised and taken unawares The robbers 4maskand his gun are dependabe up on to frighten and the work is done so quickly thatthe victim has no time to summon courage The confessing robber is surely boasting when he says that with a mask and a gun he could make a roomful of men as they average stand on their heads if he told them to do so There will almost always be some cool head tin a crowd tor compauy gives courage If a robber be met at the outset with the firmness which should sharacterize a man who is be ing outraged upon the public highway t the chances are that he will lose the little nerve he possesses He will be the one taken unawares and l lOne of tlie greatest Auiericau millionaires said to liii physician M A million dot lars for K new stomach and then the sick man groaned and turned away One of a mans greatest that e8UonIwages but the rich titan without n stomach has to forego the good things of the table because his stomach rebels Without a healthy stomach and a good digestion our blood is thin watery and our heart action i weak our liver does not do itsI duty and than is miserable and unhappy this condition man is to the germs Iln influenza consumption malaria and all ills that he is heir to Consumption he treated by natural methods are as close to nature as possible Dr R V Pierce chief consulting physi chin of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo N V year ago un der ood this disease and after a long pe rind experiment discovered certain roots and herbs which were natures remedies and nucccedcrt in putting them np in a form that would be asHv procured nnd ready to use This he Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery It gives no 110Iin tht food ns are required for the blood Instead of n cod liver oil against which the sensitive stomach will declare open rilicllion this tonic his a pacifying action upon the censjtivo stomach and gives to the blood the food elements the It maintains the latientImttntfuPly enabling him to eat retain digest and assimilate nutritious food It overcomes gastric irritab ty and toms of indigestion mud ill this way freer night sweats headaches etc are done away with It fortifies the body iigainst tin germs of consumption grip and ma laria and it builds up the tissues and putsIIon healthy flesh When druggist avs lie has something that i just R grotlas Dr 1icrcea GoliUn Medial Discovery he says so be cease he hours to make a better ptufit thIthat Dr Iicrtcn rncfiiriuci have had Vlntf its tilt rrof nrd an nulur cannot tall back up in n reserve of tU4ih xl Had mikeagood firht An rsy public breeds th crook lie toes not want to work held for hit purdr Or he nut be a would crllI1 Head About to Burst r vere Bilious Attack i If 1 had a svere biliou attack ami loll like my bwul was about to burst I when r got hoMflf H frto sample ol i Olidinberlrtino titomsch and Iivo- Itskill 1 tookn ello nj them afte- supper and the next day foil liko Plow man mid buvo been foaling hop- i py uror sinCt5 ttyeMr J W Smith j of Jnliff Toxn Fur bilioiisuesa loinach troubles and constipation i these Tablet bnvo no equal 1rict 26 cents For tale byoil druggists m i I Scraps of News i Ab34inlaI I Ozuk Mn hat a weltodu farmer whose same is PaaperijwratMne silk n are Mexico it the J MDene cxporteS Arc I ujbltJ V V plcott pnt fs 95 a J iv b Rnpperj 5335 in tine cu qt cI torldfeh they htiv beca lctcd tti smen Ip Netr York City Ocmiud in China and J fianew cnuvAit oho s tuna nl antimony u inortasln since the preheat Ut Ea wet began Among o htsr thirgft Parisian cnanflcurs wit htrcatter be compeller- to ttodcrgQ ai examination aaro the physical tiounriaetii and morality Tb r special trade of the COBJJI Free State in 19J auj unttd to 15 ifloooo ot which ovtr 4000000 rtp resents the value oi Imposts and tb rest that ol exports The business and residence buildings I in Turin City average about five sto ries yet In the whole city there ia iu v a firt class elevator There area fee slow uninviting concerns which rue called lilts The best examples ol old Roman dead have been found at Pompeii n town that was destroyed by an erupt ion of Vesuvius in the year 78 A D Fortyeight loaves weredupoutofont bakeshopStatisticians find that something like 2000 vessels of all sorts disappear in the sea every year never to be heard from again taking wit them 12000 human beings and in volving a money loss of 100000000 Japan has 4236 miles of railway ol which 210 miles were constructed in 1913 The number of passengers carried on these railways in 1903 exceeded 110000000 the freight trans portation was 16222671 tons and the cash receipts amounted to about 23 800000 The mystery of the Roentgen ray appears to be deepening Several instances In which it caused cancer in operations are now on record and the doctors are wondering why 1 should in some cases cure that dis ease and in others cause It oarORXA mthakfZB Can Robins Reason The robin iu a very adaptive bird certianly it adjusts itself readily tc new conditions but it falls far short ol the intelligences that is often ascribed to it Thus there are person who seem to belitve that when mud is scarce the robin will bring water in its beak to the dust of the road and so make the mortar that it needs Tne notion is of course absurd How could the robin know that water and dust will make mud This knowledge is the result of reflection aad experiment and is not within th reach of an animal More than that if the robin could find the water b would certainly find the mud some where I have seen robins nests with little or no mud and I have known them to use a substitute fur mud furnished by the cow Another equally absurd claim for the robin comes from a correspondent A robin had her nest in a tree under his chamber widow in such a position that he could see all that happened in the nest lie says that when the young robirs were neatly gro vn he saw the mother bird take them one by one by the nape of the neck and hold them out over the rim of the ntst to teach them to us their wings suppose our modern school ol nature study would accept ilLS state ment without question It Is fueh preposterous natural history ns lhthat furnishes the stock in trmli n this school Such ptrsors dtcdvr themselves in what they think they see and not a lew I am convinced are Uhbtrite falsifiers No Mora p Suffering It you are troubled with indite lion got u bottle of Koilol Dyspepeiu I Cure and sec how quickly it will cure peuljyears tiluinst liopeleis Kodol Dvspcpsin I Cure was recommended and I used a j onlyr11ouldrdoctoredmwith local physicians and also ntl Chicago and even wont to Norway i with hopes of getting some relief but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the only I remedy that has dotie me troy good i mind I heartily recommend it Every i person guttering with indigcstiou or Dyspepsia should use it Sold by ZIi Wayne Griffin fi Bro m Hints for the Girls Someone his suggested t teetI things that every girl can learn tore she in fifteen Not ever one cn learn to play or sing or paint wel enough to give pieainre to her friend bttt the Icllowiojf accomplishment lint within reach of every hpdy Ntvei hue sr fret or fldjjet Never keepanybody wtiitin Shot the ascot and shut it ft IJ t au boat lur rUing tuA n I11a tu bake bream as wada t It Vuur own loom i1 Lo JulUI dec lift v4r go with foot boea mbnt INevr let ft button Jay off twenty tour hurts Never room U brt1dt wuhint II collar Never fidget or hum bo as In Alf Curb others Speak chnriy enough for every body to understand Us patient with the little one as you wish your mother to bu with yon Never Itt a clay pass without do fug jomelhiog to make tsouubady comlJilable The girl who has thoroughly learn ed and this might also be called a mistress of arts tilts Mary 8 Criclo White Plains Ky writes I have been a dyspeptic for years tried all kinds of worsehBy the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I began to improve at once and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight health and strength and can eat whatever I like There ia no remedy in the world equal to Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m aOurCorn Crop Our corn crop of this year if mas sed together would cover 63 acres of ground to the depth of nearly 16000 corntover a third of a tulle high If divld ed equally among the population of the earth it would give each person nearly two bushels One practical result of the enormous corn crop I ought to b a material reduction in I IT j the price of beef for home consumption since it Is the crop on which beef cattle are chii fly fed In many parts of the West the harvest has been abundant but in Oklahoma especial ly farmers are boastful of their corn crop Favorable climatic conditions produced a record breaking yield In many instances the ear and stalk are such unusual size as to be veritable curiosities In a field owned by Walter Matthews a farmer near tht town of Mullball in Logan county an II year old boy weighing 8 heighteof 4 feet without its bending with rootedeand about 16 feet high While the growth in Oklahoma was exceptional no traveler in the West could tail to be impressed with vastness of the corn area and the immensity of the corn w Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity is constantly coming inl declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds to be un equnled A recent expression from T J McFurland Beiitorville Va i serves as example He writes J j bud Bronchitis for three years and i doctored till the time without being benelitted Then I began taking j Dr Kings New Discovery and n EquullyIlnoumoniatiiud Grip Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin it Bro druggists Tridl bottles free regular sizes 50c and 8100 m CAST RIaDe- rra thelhaKind Yoa Plata Always Bond 7I I LocomotivcIvide Ky has been lodged in the I WitHRtiibburi ja charged with steal I tug H locomotive I According to reports Richardson clinched unexpectedly into an idle engine at the Jtllico yards and be tote anyone suspected his intention he started on a wild ride toward Lou i iville He one ed all whistle signals but refused to atop for anything and war given a free rigbtof way Operators along the line tried tc stop him with no avail nnd oncom tng trains were side tracked to pre vent n headoncollision Steam gave out ot a point cape Saxon and Richardson was taken hI charge at that j lice niter a record I raking run I RECTOROFSUUKES Aahburnham Ontario Tosti flea to they Good Quall ties of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Ajubuniham Ontl April 18 190 I think it U ooly right that shoulc 101ou what n wonderful cffec Chamberlains Cough lieoie ly be produced The day before Easier 1 was so distressed witha olelIIDI cough that I did not think to ho able to tnke any duties tbo uf xt dItmay voice was almost oboked by the cough The matte day I icneivcd ordor from you for a bottle ol your Cough Remedy 1 at once procured a sample bottle and tuck about three doses of the medicine To my gren relief the cough toad cold had completely disappeared stud I was able till preach three times on Easter Day 1 know that this rapid and dlectivo cure was due to your Cough Remedy I make this testimonial without solici tation being thankful to have found such a Godsent remedy Respect tally yours E A Laugfeldt M A Rector of St Lukes Church To Chamberlain Medicine Co This remedy is for sale by all drug gists m Some Garter Superstitions- The marriage of a bride who went any but white garters on her wedding day will have nn unhappy ending The girl who wears her garters below the knees will early loose her beautyTo the left garter before the right on dresslug in the morning will bring bad luck all day Gold garter buckles are luck and silver the reverse The luckiest colors for garters are white blue and black The wearer of yellow garters will lose a friend within a year If a garter breaks in the church the wearers marriage will be happy at a dance it is a sign that the wearers sweetheart Is faithless to her j VYIWUUUU M L a i 1J1 1 1 lU i The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been Iin use for oer 30 years has borne tIle signature of and has been wade under his sonal supervision since its pcrIAllow no one to deceive you in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with anti endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Dinrrh a and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend CENUHNE CASTORIA ALWAYS I SS Bears the Signature of i The KM You toAlways Bought Sn Use For Over SO Yearsf TH5 CENTAUR COMPANY n MURrAY sTnccr tictv vonr CITY 2 i 1c1l l mttWr 1f y I + + mat i Harris Positive Pile Curei The Biggest Seller of the Age iJ Wlijr lteetiue It curlf4 corndotly Rnlnt oure It rellevee the pangs of n living dcuth t IlIeRIf y J Iultcbtlold riiiiriniicHl Co lIIC Par situ by t J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I n JTi aa1gTaBB BsasigBKtiai 1 1 tgl t 100 OUTHWESTIj = It t ea Like Time and Tide the Great South z west awaits no titan but its a heapeasier to get aboard at the instant of start tilE than to contend with the element of momentum later 1 Lit HB give you the details of this new t I countrys rapid growth and your chance 1 to grow up with it Illustrated liter tare free 111 I 1 atc Southwest Cut Almost in Two A4DacG MI2004M3 and 1705 k Geo Lee iUIIII lHM Aknut 1IlUu Uock Ark H I McGuiro Hint 1aist dpeat- Cinuhmnti 0 Ii JNO SE A TIANI1I0UlIler Tnlllc Manager Chlcngo IIIab itc 44j Ja= t AA A AAAAAA c- R h AA AAAAAAA AA A c3 C bb I Do You NeedtPrinting i= If you do we are ready to take your order J JJ for anything you need in the printing line bit 5 We print s JJ JJJfi Noteh ads per ream of 500 1rl J 47 Statements per ream of 50011uu i = Billheads per rearm of 500 125 = Prescription Blanks per 1000 100 = Business Cards Visiting Cards Wedding Invitations = Circulars Dodgers all sizes of Hand Bills in fact bit = everything that is printed in a firstclass print jjj shop Prices lowest Give us your order Work = 4V promptly attended to I THE REPUBLICAN E b1 yvwvywyyy ii I Appropriate iit3 1 And Acceptable 1 Christmas Gifts Ii iqto4 41 4t3 In remembering your friends at this joyous gift tJl 41 Cf 41 time remember that something useful is always the b J 41 best gift Remember also that everything to be had g 2 1 here is useful to everybody Look over this list and if 45 R it will help you to decide what to buy Our line of t Clothing for Men Youths and Boys is extremely tiff 47 large as we have purchased special line for Xmas fJ 1 such as Suits Overcoats and Odd Pauts Low pri t 41 1 ces especially g 44 4Our line of Shoes is complete with the very bests the t fhlv- t3 HamiltonBrown Shoes we guarantee lit 4 satisfaction 44 t31Ve also purchased an elegant line of Hats anti K Caps for Xmas trade especially at low prices We JR have also an elegant line for Xmas such as Top t J Shirts Underwear Sweaters Collars Ties Socks it j Suspenders Handkei chiefs Gloves Collar Buttons ft g Cuff Buttons Etc and many other articles which gI Jj will make an elegant present i- 8S Our line of Trunks and Suit Cases is complete g S See our line of Woolen Goods Calico Percal Shirt g = ing Ginghams Outing Cloths Factory Cottons g S Bleach Cotton Cotton Flannels Bed Ticking Sheet g l = ing Woolen and Cotton Blankets Comforts Woolen J = Underskirts Top Skirts Jackets Caps Childrens g = Cloaks Fascinators Woolen and Cotton Hose an d g- J many other things which will make an elegant pres = g ent for Xmas Special low prices on all goods = 49i SAM BACH Hartford E i Hartford Republican Ictned by tbe Hartford robllibtngCoropinyIM- CORlORAVED C E IiIlITHHEdl cor mxxPSOZZ Ea CuznbrlancS33LouTb It vraaFRIDAY DECEMBER 16 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR COUNTY JUno W B TAYLOR FOR HKPIIESENTATIVE CHARLES C BEARD ron COUNTY COURT CLERK W S TINSLEY FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY IS M WOODWARD ron SHERIFF R B MARTIN volt JAILER OSCAR MIDKIFF FOR SCriiHSTKVI KNT or SCHOOLS JAMES M DnWEESE rail tsslsoli SAM W LEACH lon SlIII VO- RNATHANIEL MOXLEY Fort eoltolnIJEROME ALLEN THE National House of Representatives Las again placed its disapproval on dishonesty in public olice I THE all importaut question about 51500000011ist t mythical eecuritiee on which she drew the cash THE fact has been developedon the hearing of the Smoot case in the Senate that according to the Mormon faith a dead person can be baptized married or divorcedA- NTFGOVERNMENT riots prevailed in Russia during the first of the week Red flags were carrried at the head of a great procession of workmen whose rallying cry was Down with autocracy IN Mississippi a woman is suing her husband for a divorce on the ground that he is a Republican It is up to the courts to say whether or not it is cause for divorce in Missis sippi to be an honest man IT HAS almost definitely been de cided to build the Panama canal on n level with the sea thus permitting ocean steamers to pass from one of the great oceans directly to the other tree from the delays that are caused 011 other great canals by reason of the numerous tiers of dams that must he passed CONGRESS is asked to provide means for the proper care of the tomb of President Zachary Taylor the only President whose burial place la in Kentucky At the last session of the Kentucky State Legislature bill was passed providing a small annual sum for that purpose but the puisne Governor vetoed it THE United States government will pay a handsome fortune to some inventive genius who will perfect an instrument for catchinr mail bags and safely landing then on board trains moving uttho Mte of sixty miles an hour There 1 a crude sort hook now in use tl at does the j work but not with safety to the mail clerks and those whose duty it is to handle the mails A LEXINUTOJ Kentucky cabbngi dealer of forty years service in the business says that he has never seen anything resembling the famed cab hage snake and chars his entire stock ot cabbage consisting of 10000 heads to any one who will find a cabbage snake about any of them Now cant we have a rest on the cabbagt snake question JOHN Smut WILLIAMS in a recent foolish speech at Spartauburg Snitli Carolina said that Congress is gain to cut down Southern representa tion and he advised that at the next eltctinn the South choose tht anie number representatives as at present mid that they all apply torment Intlit any are refused seats the on fire Southern delegation should with haw and refuse to participate in the Sational councils Mr Williams it ibundantly informed and U cn niUit it the filet that if justice be dono the outh their representation will be di ninished in the same proportion that voters in the Southern States haa beon disfranchised The gentleman hows n lack of good judgment when ic advises Southern representative withdraw from and sever their onnection with the National C + n tress Such a spirit precipitated the tent war of the rebellion with its un old suffering strife and less of prop arty and such egotism and penurious ouuv pcttishism should and no doub vill he condemned by all true Amer cans Washington Letter Wahinjt n D C Dic 13 194 The chief interest in Washing tor he past week has been the work ol congress what It will do and what It flnnot do for the want ot time A ornmlttteot Republican Senators has leld a meetlug and decided that Gen ral Legislation for this season of = ongrts must bs confined to tht Statehood and Philippine bills I his resolution In maintained mau jet scheme will go over until next December Including the bills for the proposed new apportionment of Rep resentatives on account of Southern lisfranchlsement and the Cooper Quarles bill which would give the Intercalate Commerce Commission power to regulate railroad rates and tares If Congress approves of the Presl lents recommendation of a Federal Inspection service of all railway roll ng stock to ascertain If it is provid dwith the best kind ot brakes and fjtbey are in working order it it jointed out that the inspectors will aave to examine 500000 freight ate 30000 passenger cars and 43000 engines This would give employ meat to a vast number of men and cause some traveling- It is announced that the holiday rects will begin on the 19th and last until the 5th of January The Phil ippine government bill will come up in the senate for a vote on the 16th Prom the fact that Senator Platt of New York and Rer seatatlve Crum oacker of Indiana and Morrell of Pennsylvania have each Introduced bills into Congress for the reduction It representation from the Southern States In proportion to the disfranchisement of male citizens 21 years of- age it is apparent that R determined eflort wilibe made to fleet such an arrangement Long and bitter oppo sition may be expected and If it three tens to hinder needed legislation the whole matter must go over to the next Congress Thus far the President has taken no part in the agita tion and eflortsto draw him out have failedWhen Secretary Tat returns from Panama he will at the request of the President take up the case of the widows and dependents of Soldiers in Philadelphia who for many years have been making soldiers uniforms but who are now deprived of the work by contractoresSAn exhaustive study of the whole question Is desired The Quartermaster General Is In favor of the contractors but the President would gladly give the work to the poor women If the statutes allow him to do so The contractors bid to make the kersey trousers worn by soldiers for thirtyseven and one half cents a pair The women used to get Scents for the same work It ap pears that out of 6ooon garments mode last year by the seamstresses only 12 were rejected while a larger per cent of the contract work was reo tcted upon the first examination I HoodsSarsaparilla enjoys the dis tinction of being thegreat est curative and preventive- medicine the world has eve known It is an aUroum medicine producing its un purifyingthe blood on which the healthand strength ofever organ bone and tissue depend Accept no substitute for Hoods but in sist on having Hoods AND ONLY HOODS The Press Trip Tir Kentucky Ir H A IIa u wilt depart frnii the custom r tin i summer oiuiry during 19 5 r vlll miki a wiiKr tiur to tit 01111 i nil lust a t 1hreasrMlntifn w1I hII l tniitli ttr mei tir1it louiwll- m lrrilay rnuan 6 end iFv II Udoln dtt tor ihc Sonth i if i 111 Th ta tlc Ctt Lh ht Kirfirti Est Cwst Line N y tiv party in ftnchl Pu lm OK IMI Ifat KHnte cnr erl b I upuf thrUKhrtut the trip The ptnf to 11 visits i Arp inicrv Jt kotvtUv SL Af l Nim ticach Ojjjond n Ih p ry nrlurInQ wlM tiij viiic afoul Suui i too ji111111 sb nqUIIHr n le Li i1 4 f II hosv tt II VI11 to KQ iu II td n the HavIrt I a ly wit ir rili w o tiattliitiimliiitrRntliurtiIt wt- e 1 prtv ltd bv the Pciiiirttilir a Go idrnthl StaiLship C iu ttrr- ill bt spent Ml Ifvnt Notice in Bankruptcy In the DiMPtt Court ullho U iiUcl States for the Wevtirn DUtnct ol Centucky Owensboro division In the matter of Stephen Brown i md Augusta Brown Individually ani- s the firm ol Stephen Brown Co BankruptsOn 1st day of December A D t 19 4 onconsldeiing the petition ol the iforesaid bankrupts for discharge filed m the 23rd day of Novembtr A D 194 it is ordered by the court that a tearing be had upon the same on the 24th day of December A D 1904 before said court at Federal Court Hall at Louisville Ky in said district at lo oclock in the forenoon or as near hereto as practicable and that notice thtreol be published one time in Tim HARTFORD REPUBLICAN a new paper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may pppear at said time aid olace end show cans if any thttt have why the prayerof slid petitioner should not be granted Witness the Honorable Walter Evans Judge ol said Court and the atal thereof at Owenpboro Kentucky in wild district on the ist day or December A D 1904 Taos SPEED Clerk By DDDIY LINDSEY D C To be Married- On Thursday December 29that the Methodist church Hartford Mr gilts Cottrell will be united in marriage to MifS Mabel Hubbard Mr Cottrell is a native of Daviess county and was formerly Secretary ot the local Young Mens Christian AssociHtian here He has for the past two years been in the employ of Bass Co Wholesale Merchants ol Kentucky doing business at Pensa cola Florida Miss Hulbud is a native of our town and is the dangher ul the late Hon E C Hublmd and Is one of our little citys moat charming and accomplished ladies Alter the matrimonial rites they will visit in Owensboro lor a short time after which they will beat home iu PensicolaDuffMurphy On Wednesday afternoon at three oclock Kt the brides home near Dundee Ollie W Dnff was united in mar riage to Miss Lacy Murphy The ceremony was performed by Rev Baker only the immediate families being present The groom ia the son of Mr and Mrs Robert J Duff and an energetic young business man The bride is the accomplished daughter ot Mr and Mrs Taylor MurphyBoth young people are from good lamilies and in starting out on Hles journey together they tale with them SJof r I StChristmas r oveItiesIConstitute an army ofattrartivc and list that lias never before been c usefulness or beauty They comprise everything that is tasteful ami lntitil1iancl are ulettd in points of val ue and acceptability to suit till rich and the pour the young and the old In fart till curl tic suited both as regards the desires anti the pocketbood This elegant array Christmas Novelties ran be fH1l1ttat the store of ZN Wayne Griffin Bro Whore as usual Christmas Shoppers will find head quarters for Holiday ooh of all kinds in the realm of Toydom you will find everything to suit the Jitney and desires of litttle folks while for the older people there are articles which were selected to suit the various ages and financial circumstances Something new in eveay linethings that you never saw before Articles both useful and pretty valuable and inexpensive eIIt is undeniably th- eGreatest I and Cheapest Line of Christmas Goods ever shown in Hartford Fine lines of Presents for grownup people including Im ported Chinaware Sterling Silver Novelties beautiful Parlor Lamps Fine Pictures Bisque Ornaments and elegant new style Vases Then there are Trinkets ga t 1 lore ioc the children Every ago can be suitedevery taste gratifed Its just a matter of selection With every opportunity for a choice no matter what kind a present you may want Call and Make Your Selection f Before the stock is picked over Point out the goods I and we will do the rest Santa Clans and Griffin I Bro are in partnership this year and he has agreed to make our store his headquarters We will certain ly do our part and invile you to come and see that ittr t is done well Bring the children and let them Imake their own selection or select the goods yourself In anyevent you cant fail in getting something nice and j acceptable We cordially invite you to visit us and guarantee that your visit shall be both pleasand profit able RRMRMBRR THE PLACE ZOWayne Griffin Bro 1j HArx rIorxD Y Dealers in Drugs and Druggists Sun driesPrescriptions a Specialty THE REPUBLICAN SI Per Year in Advance c j Hartford Republican J FRIDAY DECEMBER 16 illinois Contral RallroadTlmoI Table North Iliiiiiiil No IInn Rill ilnel2aopIIINo Son Mi UoniKl 111111111111 in No 1111 line iv p III No iil diifV4ii IU liy Hose at Carson Co City Restauianl In the place Orlean Molasses at Carson Bros Bring the children to see Knits Toys Millinery goods at reduced prices CoKEverything Rood to cat at City Rcs taurnnt Miri A3ccll is the guest of friends here A great line ut HandetchUfS for Xmas at Fairs Gold and silver headed Umbrellas for Xmas at Faire Mr ivul MM R 1 Collins are vis lttug in Louisville I M Siinderiur Mutton was i pleasant caller Wednesday Try n bx ol N iblsco and Che wt Sn idwlch City Restaurant Iiud llnndsotne lute of Gentlemens Ties Liand Suspenders for Xmas at hairs Just uflvedn line line of sens ble X alas goods JicosoMV STOUU n Dolls and Doll furniture at BROWN MISUCANTIII Co- Mcllenry Ky If you want fresh Crackers you know where to get them City Restaurant Buy your husband or bof a new Overcoat for an Xmas present CARSON Co Buy our Scholarship in the Macssy Business College located at Louisville Position guaranteed ci Fruits Nuts and ndtBROWN MERCANTILE Co- McHenry Ky The Rosine liquor election Monday resulted in a majority of nearly a hundred in favor of the drys I Our stock ol Furniture is complete Have everything youneedCARSON Co A big line of Boys and Childrens Clothing as good as the best and al- I cheap as the cheapest at Sam Bachs FOR SALEMy two Story Resi deuce MRS JULIA WEDDING 214 Hartford Ky Set Fairs XmasRugsprig right A substantial Xmas present Comforts and Blankets Fairs have them Buy your Holiday goods here anti save money BROWN MERCANTILE Co I McHenry Ky Commonwealths Attorney B D Kingo la In attendance at the Daviess j Circuit Court which is in session at Owensboro Bring your lurs to Sam Bach the merchant He will take all I tHarUord and pay you the highest cash price At the beginning of next year I Hartford will have only one salo n unless others begin business between now and then I will clean and press Suit ot Clothes for 65c Other work in pro portion For 15 days only Tele phone 83 or Arbin Petty A complete line of Mens Ladies r Youths and Childrens Hamilton Brown Shoes every pair guaran teed can be found at Sam Bachs Miss Olive Catson has returned from Owensvllle Ind where she has been in the employ of a prominent dry goods firm as milliner for the past three months In TilE REPUBLICAN of December 31st will appear the picture and a brief biographical sketch of the can didates nominated by the recent Re publican convention Arbin Petty State Organizer and local Secretary of the National Benev olent Society can interest you in the matter of an Accident Sick Benefit or Life P- olicyiIIIIlIIlTll New Xitii Millinery at Fairs Big line ot odd Pints ntaam Bitch f City Restaurant wants your bale See the new unites Collars for Xma at Fairs Sterling Stiver novelties at the Economy Store We have lots of nice Jackets at re duced prices CARSON Co Telephone your orders to City Restaurant Free delivery Try that delightful Fruit Cake at City Restaurant Souood LyniHtt Williams is the jrues ol Irs lather Mr G B Williams The HactlordB aver Dam pike Iri nearing completion 00 John Smith luaver Dam called to sec us Wednesday Highest ulh priceH pain for nil kinds ol Furs at Sam Bachs An ellpant new line ol Neckwear jimt received at Sam Baclif Big line ot Stirling Clothing forI Men and youths at Saul Dacha Santa Cluis has again decided to make his headquarters nl the Uconu uiy Store Leave your I4undryat CUve I rIgrocery Wotk glHuant ell Prompt leiivery46UWe call show juii Oll might need in the WRY ol ShOtICAHSON Co Get your Boxes oi Candy rind Bus nets ol Fruit at City Restaurant Fine Mylwhnt nice Frodi Oyhters Fish celery and Cranberries at City Res fuirnnt City Restaurant will have the nicest inc ol Fruits Candies nod Nuts in lartford for Xnnts- Ccaubrrles tend Sauces at I3 OwN MERCANTILE Co- McHenry Ky Col C M Barnett returned to LouUville yesterday after several lays visit to his family here All kinds ol Xmas goods at BROWN MERCANTILE Co- McHenry Ky Mr Henry Black ol the Victory neighborhood is quite 111 and is not expected to recover Mr and Mrs W B Render were the guests of Mr and Mrs E O Render McHenry last Sunday An elegant line of Ladles Dress Skirts can be found at Sam Bachs Dont Fan to see them before pur chasing elsewhere New novelties in Neckwear Lace Collars Lace Stocks Hand Bags Pitilow Tops and Umbrellas ECONOMY STORE Little Miss Winnie Davis Simmer man entertained quite a number oi eveningsPrepare for the tomorrow You do not know what It may bring forth Join the National Benevolent Society today LosTBlack Jersey heifer i year old last spring unmarked Suitable reward for Information or return ALEX CURTIS or B D RINGO t Hartford Ky Schroeters Floating Studio will bat Hartford until Jan I 1905 Prices on pictures range from 50 to 6 00 per dozen Come now and avoid thrush e at the latter part of our stay tf FOR SALEA farm consisting ol 102 acres good buildings well wat ered located one mile southeast o Rosine Ky C G CROWDER ti Rosine Ky Remember when thinking about Xmas presents that the Economy Store has a fine line of clothing for men and boys Also the newest in Neckwear and Hosiery MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH Rev B F Jenkins is conducting very successful revival at West Point Baptist Church He is assisted by Rev J4W Tlchenor There has been several conversions and a gener al awakening In the vicinity Homer Hampdon and family No creek left yesterday for Wray Colo where they will make their future home Mr Hampdon and his estimable family have many friends who regret very much to loose them It is rather cool at present to men tion the fact but Hartford is to have an ice factory Messrs F 0- HookerAustin Beaver D1mnnd Williams HArtford lately of Burks vine have purchased a cite on Rough Santa Claus Headquarters China Department- An endltss variety of Chit t tint wll orrament any Ronnie Rend b low G JIll Bond Plitcc Bread anti Butler Pluttfi China Nut Dishes Sauce Dishes Sbl id Bowl China Pudding SeW Sugar and Cream SdN Berry Sets China Cups and Saucers Syrup Pitchers Chocolate Pots Rc Our Vase assortment is the largest we have ever handled Come in variety ol sizes syles and qualities ro ninny to mention Come and see them Prices tigh- tChristmas Novelties Photo Holders Card Racks Picture Frances Photo Album Candelebras Fancy Thermometers French Pate Mirrors Sofa Pillows Fancy Sea fa Ladies Fancy Neckwear Nut Sttd Fancy Medallions Fancy Pin Cush ions Ladles Purses Comb and Brush sets Novelty Side and Back Combs hat Pins Stick Pins and Brorch Plus Cloaks and Furs Nothing more suitable for a gilt and certainly nothing more service able We have received for this Xmas tide a new line the very new est out Our special Christmas price for all 8 oo Cloaks will be FIVE DOLLARSOur are the prettiest we have InIAsk to see them River near where Fords flour millIit formerly stood and will erect a mod ern ire manufactory They will have same in operation by the vernal days of next year N- ESTRAYED One black steer one red steer one red heifer and one white and red heifer all about 15 months old and marked crop off right ear and split left ear Information concern ing same reward U S FAUGHT Centertown Ky Dont argue that you were never beeIt is always the unexpected that happens Dont wait to regretthat white well you were not wise II not aI member of the National Benevolent Society join to day IRev W E Foster ol Clilton Street church Louisville arrived th first of the week to assist Rev BurI nett In the series of meetings being held at the Baptist church Rev Foster is quite an interesting preach er and much interest is being man fested Mr J S Allen diedat leis home near Select last Thursday night of MraAllen was a soldier in the Federal army during the Civil war and received wounds from which he neve entirely recovered The community loses a good cltlz n Mr James Felix wile and famil attended the birthday dinnertendere Mr Felixs mother Mrs Riley Felix on last Sunday It was Mrs Felixs seventieth anniversary and was a no table event as her only children MrI James Felix anti Mrs Judo McDowell with their children ten in number were all present Mr and Mrs David Morel and wish to announce that the change in Iched ule time on the I C K R has mails Gigantic Combine Between Fair 8 Co and Santa Claus For months negotiations have been going on between the parties mentioned above relative to Christmas Headquarters On November 30 this deal was consummated Santa Clause turning over to us his entire production for 1004 They have arrived at our store and are now ready for your inspec tion The greatest line ever brought to Hartford so come along bring your children and enjoy two days of genuine pleasure Beside Toys for the little folk we will show a more substantial line of gifts for the older ones such as Ties Hosiery Handkerchiefs Rugs House Slippers etc Our Xmas Books A great line at a low price Come and look over them All late such as The Mississippi Bubble The One Woman I Am from Missouri The Honsitr Schoolmaster When Knight hood Was in Flower The Mantle of Elijah Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch Lovey Mary The Choir Invis ible Our series at 250 such as Elsie Venner Sweet Girl Graduate Mad Cap Violate In His Steps Ishmael Golden Days Kentucky Colonel Un cle Toms Cabin Etc Also a big line of Books from loc to Soc Com plete assortment Juvenile Series from 5c to 25 A visit to our Book Department will convince you that we are headquarters necessary in order to the bridal party that the marriage of their daughter Ethel be changed from 2 oclock P M December 12 1904 1to high noon of that date Mr H P Taylor has received a letter from his son Master John who is a student of the Louisville Manual Training School stating that for his good and scholastic at tainments he has been placed on the honor role ot the institution TUB REPUBLICAN always notes with pride the meritorious of the home boy The supper tendered the members of the local order Knights of the Mac cabees last Thursday night by a dozen or more of the country raerabtrs of the order was highly enjoyed by dressing pickles cake peaches preserves and hot coffee made up the very palatable menu A more graph ic account of the of the occasion can b trod by an inter view with any one who attended Suffice it to say that all present enjoyed the occasion Messrs W S Tinsley U S Car son M Beau Copt John G Keown and Capt W H Moore dropped- r down Rough river on the Hobo Tues day to spend a few day bird hunting They took on beard plenty of ammu teal stores Nothing was out that would add to the comfort of the voyagers The worst feature of this trip is that on their return the clti 1zees of the town will be compelled to listen to the most outrageous hunt ting yarns that will make even the west green with The Lady Maccabees have opened their bazaar in rooms at the Hartford Toy Department Wagons Sleds Bicycles Wheelbar rows Stick Horses Drums Rocking Horses Toy Trunks Loop the Loop Toy Tea Sets Violu s Toy Furniture Tool Chest Cbndy Boxes Baby in Eggs Harps Magic Lanterns Doll Beds Doll Swings Doll Cradles Per forming Figures Ducklings Stuffed Dogs Toy Watches Water Pistols Monkey on Stick Boys Kites Masks Bugle Horns Rattlers Toy Sprink lersMugs Pails Ta Sets juggling Clown Coffee Mills Steam Engines Toy Ironstoo many to mention all The biggest Toy in Hartford will be in our house Dont foil to visit it Come and bring the chil dren House Many beautiful things are on for sale E M Woodward went to Calhoun on business the first of the week Supt James M DeWeese west to Louisville on business Hon M L Heavrin by his nephew Master Percy Heav rin went to Owenaboro I Christmas shoppers who read Tux House Slippers- We have irmi Kr men women end children fhet would be a useful gilt Piicts nt in the reach oicvry ntle mens Neckwear and SuspendersT- here is nothing men appreciate more than the above Useful tuo We invite you to cone and inspect the swellest line evur shown in Hart lord Our Neckwear runs in price from 25 to i io from 25 to fi 5- Christmas Kerchiefs From year to car we strive to ex cell in this line We are confident that the line of this year are the prettiest we have ever shown We show them in prices irom ic to i on In Silk Pure Linen and Cambric both white fancy and assorted borders Ask to see them Doll Department- This is where we are strong Santa Claus this time has outdone himself Too many kinds to go into detail but to give you an idea we have Papa Mamma Dolls Bisque Dolls Kid Body Dolls Dressed Dolls Japanese Dolls Negro Dolls Sleeping Dolls Talking Dolls Sailor Dolls in fact Dolls of all nationalities Just think too that Santa Claus has the prices sr low that all little girls can get one Come and see them The wer Ready rKalnGlVerl accommodate deportment achievements andepleasantries commissaryd loquacious envyl department ezhibitation Wednesday accompanied Wednesday Suspenders Handkerchiefs REPUBLICAN will know who hat the nicest and best Santa Clans goods Their adds disclose the secret A child of Mr Sam Parr of the Clear RUM neighborhood was seriously burned last Wednesday J N Heck Rockport who was sentenced to the penitentiary last March for forgery has bees paroled by the prison commission He ic now rt free than oo his good behavior BusiflessIOn Monday December 12 1904 I began the sale of my Entire Stock of Goods consisting of Groceries Tinware Queensware and Store Fixtures Same will be sold at cost and below cost and the sale will con tinue until everything is sold People I needing anything in my line I should take advantage of the greatly l layinmylocation bargainsMyfor Sale JOHN B FOSTER HARTFORD KY a FOUND NOAHS HOME Indianapolis Man Declares Patri arch Was a MH lionaire K V Mlllanl who resides In Indianapolis has been for several years studying the archaeology of Egypt For the last year until his recent reo turn to this country he was engaged in making excavations at various pla ces on the Nile especially at Glzeh in the neighborhood of the great Pyr amid oi Cheops I have discovered during the thre years said Mr Mlllard just where Noah lived where the ark was built and that Noah built the great Pyra mid of Khulu known as the Pyramid of GizehNoah was the greatest King this world has ever seen He was the greatest of the Egyptian Pharoahs not excepting Rameses the Great Noah was a millionaire The biblical account ot the flood gives no clue as to where he lived or where his ship carpenters were at work for 120 years constructing the ark Noah was six hundred years old when the flood came It was evident that he must have been a millionaire and a man of great authority He built the ark at his own expense Such a brat in those times woul have cost half a million dollars lI Noah built the great pyramid dur ing the earlier part ot the fourth Egyptian dynasty and not more than 1200 years after God had expelled Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden It Noahs size and Intellectu al powers were proportioned at Ins age to ours then in brain and brawn and statue he too racist have been a giant a Bewaio of Countorfoits DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve writes J L Tucker of Centre Ala I have used it in my family for Piles Cuts and Burns forjyears and can recom mend it to be the best Salve on the market Every family should keep it us it is an invaluable household remedy and should always be kept on hand for immediate use Sold by 7 Vayae Griffin Bro in How Hats Cause Baldness New York WorM There is every reason to btllvu that primitive roan had a thick and abun dant head at hairani that this natur al clothing of the cap is diminish ing among civil rc id people and will end by diaapp ring altogether which would crnainly not be advantageous from an aesthetiltut of view Tat n SIck4 dyI Feed pale girls on Scotts Emulsion We do not need to give all the reasons why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength and flesh and color of good health to thosewho suffer from sick blood The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oilat its best fullest in strength least in tasteYoung women in their II teens are permanentlycured of the peculiar disease of the bloodwhich shows itself in palencssweaknessandnervousness with Scotts Emulsion- It is a true blood foodand is naturally adapted to the cureI of the blood sickness from which so many young women suffer We will be glad to send a sample to any sufferer fie lure that this picture In the form of a label briI the of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New York cause of this disappearance of the hair according to the doctors must be sought in the very conditions of civilization and in the customs especially hurtlul to the hair is the hat and above all the masculine hat so we see mans hair suffer more than womansThe produces baldness by two different methods First by creating about the head an atmosphere which is fatally warm and moist and which prevents the penetration of the rays of light that are so fatal to bacteria the hat makes for the microbes a sort ot improvised hotbed which is ex develope ment and it is known that play an Important role in the produc tion of baldness II it had been desired to foster the existence of mi crobes capable of living upon the scalpor in the hair a more ihvorable means for their protection and multi plication than the hat could not have been found Again the lint hotel log its place upon the head solely by pressure exerts a second pernicious influence upon the scalp it compress es the arteries and the veins it im pedes the circulation of the blued and consequently the nutrition of the or nans which produce the Hair It is therefore doubly desirable that the reign of the hilt should cease in the case of mentor with women the hat exertdonly a trifling proportion of the rava ges it is responsible for in turnand that this garment should be renounc ed or replaced by some less injurious article As a matter of fact men would be very healthy with birt heads The hair would bi strength ened and would seiveai a hat it would only be necessary to protect the head against the rays of the sun in summer in order to avoid stun stroke It is true the public im agines that it would catch cold more easily but this is a amutakeadrauj alone is nut enough to give cold1 microbe is absolutely necessary From the hygienic point of view there are fewer inconveniences lu going with the send bare thtn in currying about upotiIt a hothouse for mi crobesThatThrbbingHertd tche Would quickly leave you it 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 oared Sold by Wayne Oriffiu A Bro druggists m wato Get Winter Eggs For winter layers you can put your faith in small flocks of early hatched pulltts uniform in sze shape en i age The winter layers are s arcs bens teeth in a big flock cfall r Z aidages The farmer who spin aeliber time nor txptnre to ptiJ 83pr ttei quarters for other atc or i the arm hicks there is no use doin the si me with poultry end pullet j and yearlings end two year misuekttI nil kept together This ia a many farmers niakf The large flocks ntver lay well enpically in winter anl in a mlxtd lot the proper amount of feed for one type is too much or too little lor anotlur Eggs will surely bring record breaking prices this year and it behooves the farmer who keeps poultry to be prepered to melt the demand The farmer has egg producing food of the right kind and has no need to buy any patented foods Common foods and uncommon care will make the biddies shEll out The trouble with many Is they are not willing to give the fowls the extra care and at tention they need Converting winter into summer as near as we can for the fowls means work for the owner but it brings a rich reward in high priced eggs No extra warmhouse is needed but few eggs will be produced in a house so cold thatthe tall overhang comb of the Leghorn will freeze Good layers and a poultry house where the wind rain and snow can enter are not found inthe same firm The hens no longer have the opportunity to balance their rations natur ally we must do this for them at the same time making them take plenty of exercise Stuffing them with different kinds of feed will not increase the egg yield if the bens do not work In the summer on free range they get enough exercise digging and hunting for what they need In winter some form ot exercise must be provided It will not do to keep layer or breed ing stock either too warm with nothing to do It is well known that I the busy hens that are always in a muss are the best layers The hens that show a sluggish dis position on a cold morning should be compelled to scratch in litter for coarsegrained feed which is not so easily digested and they will be more apt to covert the food into eggs in stead of laying on tat The refuse from the hay loft is fine material for making litter for the hens to scratch in The fowls will eat the leaves and seeds from the clover good feeds The lime in the clover helps to make a thick eggshell and that it what the market desires The hens do not enjoy scratching in damp heavy litter it should be changed and stirred up occasionally I To prevent dirt being scratched into i grit boxes water fountains etc at tach them to the wall just handy for i fowls to teach I Shot wheat and oats are egg producing foods and are among the best foods that can be given in cold Wt ath er to j iv the fowls needed exercise to keep them warm To lay in cold weather the hens must hAVe enough food for bodily needs mid some sur plus for warmth andeggs An amount nt food that products eggs In I winter would bi considered heavy I feeding in summer When the price of eggs is counted at this season it is certainly profitable to give the hen enough teed to Crake them sayelse what we do IO IM a total Toes Tu proper atrount of feed and rgult feeling and water are important The nhbit of laying is usually her dltary but once in a while u pole bred from a prolific layer is a failure j HS an egg producer The pullet the i j Is a shy laer will be a failure in tin respect to the end ot the chatter II is well to keepan eye pn aui fiiout which sue the ibe hone lur a b st iHjprsi and breed from there nnII tit aura the males you get ate inn strains A ueiv us II1trlltIl1g illi ib long deep liody generally u good layer in spite of dig i avmtsges I j Mothers Be Careful I Of the health ot your children Look I i out for Coughs Colds Croup rind i Whooping Cough Stop them ire I tune OnoMiuiitc Cough Cure is UK i I best remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by X Wayno Griffin SI Bro InI Wise or Otherwise A good many good men gout wrong have irrorgcd a goal many goon men who kept right Some sober men life kinder drntk and some drunken men ate ktidtr so ber flltbeer of the good be wiMSnlpi i The only thugtvbth tJdtt pfv i reap whl ficing both rays is a hhij when it ic t inp Irftmchtd The cian uhf strives en- btth wit I trt rr f krnwK the rit heknol to get ttiAle pr b bt4tt till ym the road lor ou in t k1 i t Ktn a sufait lu ii is like- Itlt aIriAliirnnblrfrteatenlisti y white anti Iv likely to grew ra kti Bs It ffrnwH older The flour for the tread ol Uteii never packed in tguriharrelg All iniertes are not cowardly but all cowards are ungrateful Even the light that shlnelh more nnd more unto the perfect day mutt be kept fiiltd and trituntedcOnes life is like a letter No mat I ter how well composed or elegant It i is futile if not directed right or even I not directed at all Rum and religion being alike but hw differently ended j Gospel means good newr Therefore a talk of the gospel of despair or the gospel of hate or the gos pel of greed It Is either irony or non senseA man may not have good manners The jewel of consistency is often of consistency oi paste It Is easier to like where one does not lovethan to love where one does not like The strength of a headstrong man is seldom in his head y fJttrll Early Risers Tha famous little pills The Sentimental Lover Small BoyWhat are those dark spots on sisters fac- eMotherFreckles1 my son Small BoyThats what I thought But I heard her feller say last night they were brown ved daises slumbering In a livid of cream And I guess he must have picked em all I got awfully 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by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky x Southern SALE I I Boiipmn BBISS Collep I SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT IITWO Will be in Daily Attendance During the Coming Year- fuNnnEDsoftheleading t PnoFKSsioNAT nnd BUSINESS MISN of the country are GRADUATES of these Institutions Tho courses J rare taught Jrlranry English Teachers Irc Scientific Classic Elocution and Oratory Vocal Music Instrumental Music + w LoW IliHiiiPSM ShortHand Type Writing Penmanship TeleRraphy and Civil Service Any Undent who enters tho BUSINESS COLLEU will have the privilege of entcrinK the SOUTHERN SCHOOL and pureuingany branch or branches without extra johariJtos We give two month tuition free with every five months by the Bowling Green Business College I uanngrriKv Y 1 y I r I DRn FENNERS I KIdiieAyAND I llackaceAlso All Diseases of tho kidneys bladder and urinary organs Also catarrh heart diaeae gravel dropsy rheumatism backache female troubles CureDont become discouraged There is a cure for you If ncocssury wrlto Ur Kunucr Ilu 1ms hiniit a llfilltiH curing Jnnl Midi cusis UH your All consultations FREE 1 Suffered Intensely with Backache Dr M M Fenner Fredonia N Y Hoar Sirlor nearly n year I suffered intensely with backache and could hardly bear to stand on my feet I also felt restless when sitting down Upon Um aJvico Ifa friend I tried Dr Fenners Kidney and Backache Cure Two bottles cured me entirely and I cant say too much for this remedy I also find it pleas ant to take MHS J C IJLACKHUKN Galesburg 111 Sold by Druggists OOc and 1 Get Cook Book and Treatise on the KidneysFREE RHEUMATISMtill r cured ARGON OIL is the remedy ity oiled is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you are not satisfied your money will bo cheer fully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c f tt ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky n l i FEMACURA tItiMany tvimdlv s fur Pennito ILenM tm on the markit Out the only ono tall proven to bo itn nbixiliitf and punitive cure for nil form of Female Trouble In Ii KKMACrltA A Mnulo trial will ronvlurc tlu monlckeptlcnl of Itit almost mU + or niculonn rurntlvo power Madouulyby the LKITrlllIKIH PIIAIIMACA1 CO + t HlcIoraleby II hytt iJH WILLIAMS ct 1 BUSINESS un EDUCATIONId oung i man or young woman who would win success in life This being conceded g it is of first importance to get your training at the schools that stand in the v l y front rnu- kBRYANTw I STRATTON Business College v N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one a special I SHORTHAND1st in his line Write for a beautiful book giving TYPEWRITING testimonials from graduates occupying prominent f positions allover tho United Statesit wilt bo mailed to you FREE School open all the year Students can enter at any limn E J WRIGHT President iJ OUR CLUBBING RATESI 4 THE REruHMCAN and Louisville JI lald125THE REPUHLICAN red Louisville Daily herald 250 t Tun llKiumjcAN and CourierJournal 150 THE RKI U MCAN and Thricea Week World 1G5 rIII llKiuniJCAN and YellowJacket 125 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUIILICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippcncotts and Cosmopolitan 325 I THE HEIUJIUCAX and TwiconWcok Owonaboro Inquirer 175 Tin llEiUHMCAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 I o b vv o 1bo ar e va a Q Pat ola 14 I The Modern tonica dose before each meal will make you feel 0 strung nUll well PAN OJA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia 4 Catarrh ol thb Head Thioat Stouinch Bowels Ilver ann KfJnrys La Grippe and general debility Made by the LlRTCHHiaD PitAU JI Y MACALCo Inc For sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky d r 1 11 dd6 to srlrbl r 1 Subscribe Now14W II I ib l 41 Y I a 1 Christmas in Germany- Nut vvuiy wucrts Is ttte j iyiul sens of CnnMm M celt niri ts in our Ion dear i iPi bits iii ml putts the- peopie wuiCuinu it giiiiy uuU make merry ulur their own laahUm 11 Germany which may he cillsc Chttstuus tree Umi tht re is no home In which a tree in out dressed EVtuIwhen there tin no little people tree still nppentii and ts li Visitors But when there an little people 111 times tire uitrry indeed Tile imi room whch the children have not been iillowed to enter for Hays is opened at 5 oclock on Christmas eve and then oh my Ituch a gay tree and such loads of presents as lire to be seen Of course the presents are distributed and lur two weeks holiday and merrymaking are the lot of a 1 German Children In Holland the good St Nicholas cimes around on his birthday which is about three weeki before our Christmas day He always drives a white horse and his horse is always hungry so what do those quaint Dutch children to do but scour their wooden shoes until they are clean enough to eat from Then they fill them with oats and barley and water and leave them where the horse can find them lor this horse they ray will eat from nothing but a clean wooden shoe Bo Quick Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup Chamberlains Cough Remedy given- as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough ap pears will prevent the attack It tisver fails and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all drug gists m H ID California Via scenic Colorado or true southern Route Daily through Pullman standnrl sleeping cars St Louis to San Francisco via the Missouri paci fic Ry and scenic Colorado Isle ijant tourst sleeping car servlves ev ery Tutslay and Wednesday from St Louis Daily through Pullman standard sleeping cars St Louis to Los Angeles Cal via Iron Mountains route to true southern route New tourist sleeping car excursions via Iron Mountains route and Kl Paso leave St Louis every Tuesday and Saturday The service and equipment is strictly upto date Round trip and low rate one way tickets are on sale via Iron Mountains or Mis sourl Pacific Rv for all principal points in the east From berth reser vations and lull information address R T G Matthews T P A Louisville Ky or H B Townsend G P T A St Louis Mo OASIJIODXABean thelhi Kind You Have Always Bought Blgnitura 11 of Odd Bits For Information- The production of samovars tea kettles in Russia amounts to over 4000000 rubles every year A German firm has received an or der for ooooooclgais for the Rus sian army these cigars to cost 120 a hundredNineteen pianos everyone of which was a wedding present are in the possession of the Prince and Princess of ValesThe St Louis Fair has shown that the inventions and discoveries which are now doing the most to change things are radium the submarine boatwireless telegraph the aeroplane and automobile Outside the Polar regions there re mains unexplored it is estimated about onefiftieth of the land surface of the globe Fifteen years ago the unknown portions were abut one eighth of the earths total Brazilian nuts make little gardens in the treetops and sow them with pineapple and other seeds The gar dens are found ofall sizes some containing only a single sprout and others a densely grown ball as a mans head Sufferers from sciatica should Jiot hesitate to use Chamberlains Pain Balm Tho prompt relief from pain which it allords is alone worth nmiiv times its cost For sale by all druggists m Handling Aluminium Scientific American Aluminum tin alloys have been cx perimeutediwith by E S Shepherd Journal Physical Chemistry Be tweenio and 53 percent aluminum the author found that an increase ci aluminum was always accompanied by n rise of freezing point By pip elting samples off from tip and bat 1 tom of the molten alloy containing 18 per cent aluminum in some case leadaddency to seperatlon luto lqihd lay era From analyses of nlloypHofnlumln um and tin with silver the author believes that a solid solution does exist From the curve of specific vol umes from the microstructure the author concludes that 20 per cent tin is the limiting concenliation of tin in aluminum w Bilious Colic Prevented Take a double lose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy us soon as the first indication of the disease appears and a threaten ed attack may be warded oil Hun dreds of people who are subject to atI tacks of bilious colic use the remedy in this way with perfect success For sale by all druggists m Farm Notes Farming is poor business when the farming is poor The richest part of any manure is that which water will wash out Much labor and expenses may be saved by planning ahead of time Brood sows should have attention before farrowing as well as after Care and fertilizer make the farm care and feed make the stock Any animal when led heavily should have a change of food es pecially sheep Free exercise for hogs deveops muscle and frame and adds to the value of the pork By using the drill tor sowing the dera tweet of covtrlng is uniform and there is no loss of see- dIerN let the farm work or stock stand still or retrograde but keep both progressing steadily Worst of all Experience Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mrs S 11 Newson Decatur Ala For three years sloe writes I endured insufferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous I im proved at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only oOc Its guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin itBro druggists m Almost Beyond Beliet Oh yea said Mrs Oldcastle I used to have the Schumann Etudes Symphoniques the Chopin Berceuse and Barcarolled and the Hungarian Rhapsody No 12 all at my fingers endsMy goodness replied her hostess I how did you ever stand it The worst I ever had was a felon one time on my left thumb Whenjyou want a pleasant purga tive try Chamberlains Stomachand Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no nausea griping or other disagreeable effect For sale by all druggists m OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes yourbloodout the waste impurities the blood they sick out order they fall their work Pains achesandrheu mattsm come from cess uric acid the blood duet kidney troublewunsteadyheartthey had heart trouble because the heart overworking pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries used considered that only urinary kidneysbutconstitutional diseases have their begln nlng kidney trouble you sick ycu make mistake by flrat ct ring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect Kilmers SwampRoot the grct kidney remedy soon reltred stands the highest for wonderful cure the most distressing cases and Ls sola on Its merits fiftYIiCStYou may a ter or in If are or of to do ex cf In nellected Is in It to be all In i If are can no t of Dr Is It Its of sample bottle by mall Homo of swampHoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find IroubleIMentionSt Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BinghamtoniN AyePi11sWant UseIEVERYBODY JMAKES THE CLOTHES WHITCjABSNQyy A QUART FOR 5c FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS The American PhannacalCo Evansville lad Nasal CATARRHIn should be cleanliness I Elys Cream Balmc- lcancfloothcittndhealfl tho diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold la tho head quickly Cream Balm Is placed Into the nostrils spreads over tho membrane and is absorbed Relief Is im mediate and a cure follows It is not drying does not produce sneezing Largo Size GO cents at Drug Slats or by mall Trial Size 10 cents by mail ELX BROTHERS 50 Warren Street New York Holiday Jewelry Watches Diamonds Silverware Rings and I all the new styles n Broaches But tons Pins etc Larce stock of gold headed Canes and Umbrellas Whatever your wants maybe we can meet them with beau iful and choice selections Send for our large illustrated catalogue When n the city call to see our display- C M WISEMAN SON 132 W Marketbstween istand2nd Louisville Ky RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription- For mankind The S cent pncknt In enough for usual occasions The family bottle CO cents coutalnsa supply or a year All druggists sell th- emSomething New Variable Tours T- OFLORIDA VI- ASouthern Railwaya- nd Queen JCrescent Route GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter Tourist Tickets good go ing Via Asheville through the Land of the Sky and Beautiful Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Chatanoogaor vice versa are now on sale at Low Rates The Florida Limited solid Train of finest Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers and vestibuled coaches with Dining Car service enroute leaves Cincinnati every morning via Queen Crescent Route running through without change to Jacksonville via Chatanooga and Southern Ry The Chicago and Florida special beginning January 6th consisting of elegant Drawing Room Sleepers observation cars etc will leave Cin cinnati every Evening except Sunday running through Solid to St Augustine via Chatanooga and South ern Railway with Dining car service enrouteThrough Pullman Sleepers to Jack sonville from Cincinnati every even ing via Knoxville Asheville and Sa vannah From Louisville connection with all of tho above trains is made at Lexington by trams of Southern Railway ForuhuHl of the Sky bookI Winter Homos folder Rules Sche doles or other information address UICincincinnati 0 C H HUNOERFORD District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Loiiis Mo 41 f Vegetable liver pills That is what they are They cure constipation biliousness sickheadache feiAraS0 in DYE Inm era or BBCCCISIS on a p IULL con SUUCAIiU Cumberland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co incorporated Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my rebldence and place of 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 CIPI WOWLIN Manr n Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance Ohio CQunty Circuit Court TlMllrkhead Judge Den D ItlugoAttorney 111 Black Jailor Ed 0 IlnrniBH Clerk Frank L Felix Master Com missioner Y L Moiwley Trustee JuryFundjCft P Keown Sheriff Hartford Deputy SheriffC Known Clarence Keown Jo II lloberts Sam Keown ICourtronTene8flr Mon day In March and August and continues three wtcknand third Monday In May and November two weeks County Court J I Miller Judge MS Hag und Clerk W1I Barnes Attorney Hartford 0Court convenes llrst Monday In each month Quarterly Court Iteglns on the third Monday In April July October and January Court of Claims Convenes flint Monday In Jar nary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other OlllcersJI1 Wood Surveyor Ceralvo Frank Lowe Assessor Dada James lie Vecso School Superintendent Hartford Den L Davie Coroner Sulphur Springs Tiaatlcos Conrto II V Hudson Heaver Dam February 10 May IS August 31 November S- OGeoV Martin Ilalzetowu February 12 May 14 August 20 November 12 JnoM Graham Narrows February 28 May 2 August 23 November 11 T A EvnuH Fordsvllle January 15 May 7 August 27 November C J A Hicks Uuford February 7 May 0 August 12 November 7 W A Hone Centcrtown February 0 May 11 iAugust 24 November 0 D J Wilcox llockport February 20 May 5 August 2G November 14 Hartford 3ellco Court Jno II Wilson Judge C K Smith City Attorney S 1 Barnett Marshal Court con cones second Monday In each month ZSellsrioiaa Corvlcoa M E Church SouthServices third Sunday In each month at 11 am and 7 p mand second Sunday at 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednes day evening Rev WT31111er1aetor- Baptist Church Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night lrayer meeting every Thursday evening Key J H Burnett pastor- C 1 Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and j p m 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 Itlley Town Trntv Rowan Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson CIerk DrS J Wedding W 8 Tlnsley A C Taylor l Cocrot Coclotioa A 0 U W meets first and third Frlcraji nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 075 F A Masons ants Monday night In each month Hough River Lodge No 110 Knights ot Pj thlft meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 Q A II hold regular meetings Saturday beforeflrstSanday In each month Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah ttheDOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING CARS Moats ala Car o ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS fROMFtP1H 1 A W T II nrUiTt f1frPint POblti fl 7U5 n 4 H t i 0 ro t isa r + ft cuar kujiiwi Multi r Is r ts R T G MATTHEWS Tv ca Art Rosa 202 Equllabl Dili wLi Ut U + C TOWtlCElU OIM T ants CT LCO T OASTOnXABea- rltho 1 h9 Kind You Hava Always Bought f3lgnettuoat tU 0 11 1t9IQ 9Ztcnf fCrevrv1 t 1f9r ac teer v JtV Ir I ReducedLfjCCS for fI b 4 J AAItIstrnaQ r toIWe have too much hwivy Goods for the wirm ci dry weather Now is t lie time for bargains I 1i 1 j Front this datfe until January 1st We will i show you bargains such as have never been pJJJ I t + shown before I Mens Suits worth 300 now y 200 4 rr Jct4 00lL Il 750 500r U tr a 1000 v 0iJ j 11f tr 1250rr 1050 J j s u u 1500 1150 Ci Mons Overcoats worth oOO 300- t rr Il l 500Il 100 j 44rrIr 750 rr 500 I 4 H 1000 800 tr 1500 1150 tAl1 BOYS Suits and Overcoats reduced w in i J In our Woolen Dress Goods and Silk depart ment we will deduct 20 per cent on any of it Our stock is complete on Boots and Shoes These prices are for cash only Now dont wait until the cream and pick is haveSG the year nsL i Carson Cobb Hartford Kentucky ft 444 Hartford Republican iuDAY DECEMBER 16 RENDER Dec 13Mrs P K Salsburg and Mrs Mattie J Engleby were in Beaver Dam last Wednesday John Francis returned home last Wednesday after being in South Wales his native home for the past six months Ernest Massie of Louisville was here on business last Wednesday Miss Annie Glenn of Lewisburg was the guest of her cousin Mrs P K Salsburg last week Mrs Julia Stokes of Island was the guest of Mrs O W Harris last weekMr and Mrs Richard Sldenius of Hartford were the guests of Mr and Mrs W H Jones last Wednesday- Mr and Mrs Jno Boone returned home from Ceralvo last Friday after visiting relatives for a few days Mrs V M Moseley went to Fords vllle last Saturday ProOf V M Moseley was in Horse Branch last Saturday W H Jones Is in MadUonville at this writing Mrs W H Jones is visiting rela tlves in Central City at this writing Miss Lillle May Austin of Beaver Dam visited here Friday nnd returned home Sunday Miss Nannie Austin visited in Heaver Dam last Sunray Messrs B C McUuen and Sam junes of Louisville were here yester day on business City Police Reneer spent last Sun day in Centertovn with his family Mr and Mrs G D York are visit iag In Central City at this writing Miss Lucy Doss spent the day in Xtiter Dam yesterday M Tylor D aver Dau was here f1 Ion business ytsterday- Jno S Spence went to Central City on business today Mrs H T Shrewsburg anti chil then of McQuady are the guests ol I Prof and Mrs V M Moseley at thes writingHarden Burton spent last Sunday in Central City While There Is Life There Is Hope I was afflicted with catarrh could neither taste or smell and could hea- but little Elys Cream Balm cure itMarcus G ShautzRahway N J Cream Balm reached me safely anri the effect is surprising My son ray the first application gave decided relief Respectfully Mrs Franklin Freeman Dover N HI I The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 511 mailed by Ely Brothers 56 lor New York r i CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought jBoars the- Siguaturo of sIn Loving Rememberence Of Mrs Juste Ashley who depute this life November 29 1904 age 31 ytats 9 months and 16 days An aj fectlonate daughter and a loving sis ter has gone but we have the blessed assurance that she has gone to rest Her illness was short only a lew days bat she frequently spoke to friends at her bedside about leavln r this world She said she was willin and anxious to go She was trusting a loving Savior and would gladly leave this world of trials and nfllictlon lor a home of perfect happiness and I bliss eternal What n cnmfortlr1 thought when our loved ones pss I I w to know they rnve gone to iff1 IHteweil dent JOMI md when It1 with un iv ended maywe t rl WIIrue the Cli come hom W A ill came to meet inn upon that lti golden share A lRIR trEnd of the Week Excursion Big Four Route IOnly c3 25 to ImlitmnpoVa mil u turn Sittinloy LUcettbT t7 I Train leaves Louisville nt S oVunH P M rickets pond itturnini v regnlnr trans having Indent aIIuntil Monday December 19th itulu live Get ticktv nt City Ticket o I lice 2594th Avenue and at 7th Stre Depot S J GATES Genl Ant CENTERTOWN- Dec 12Mr W C Smith ar I Miss Blanch Johnson of Richards ville are visiting Dr J Luther Smith i Byron Foster HUrUrr1 visited friends here Saturday and lInnnyi The family of Robert James moved to Livermore last week W A Tichenur and family wit move to Livtrmort this week Miss Jrsie Coffman Cofiman Kv I visited the family ol H H Dvls lat Friday nnd Saturday i Mrs Lucinda French is slowly rIcoveting from her recent illness I Tom Hill is confined to his room with pneumonia Barney Rowe and family him moved to their country home Wing Kincheloe and Earl Davis were in Hartford Saturday on bu i nessEd H James went to Hertford Monday II renting a hous and laying in a supply of coal is any sign for n wel ding we will have one soon SMALLHOUSI DectJMrs Robert Hunter anll snn are at Utica Gerry Hegarruan Central City has returned home aler a few days visit to his uncle Allen Busklll Mrs J W Robertson and laugh ters Misses Nell and Clara and son j Master Lee and Miss Vera Ha vkins Hartford have returned home irom a visit to friends and relatives in our j vicinityMessrs W K Addington and Er sklne Fulkerson and Misses Euah i Withrow and Lelia Hunter attended churchat West Point SundaIThomas Balls Centertown spent Sunday night with relatives near i here I slsterlMIsHeflln I Messrs John and Vig Morton went I to Greenville Thursday to visit Allen Busklll and family visited relatives in Central City Saturday and Sunday William Addington and wife were the guests of Mrs Mary Taylor Per adise Saturday and Sunday Bill Evtrly and sisters Mrs Emma B Fulketson nnd Mrs Will Hill called to see Miss Ida Addington Sun day BEDA Dec IJRev Moorman filled his regular appointment at the ME church Sunday Owensborodlast Wednesday on The protracted meeting which is in progs Mr Gilstrap Cromwell represent ing the Feder Sllberberg Co Clncin Hari 0 was in our town last week on business preparationsna merry Mr Kit Carson went to Hartford SaturdayMr Mrs Thomas Morton and little son Hartford spent Sunday with Dr and Mrs J D Stewart Mrs Morton and son remained until MondayOur cboolls progressing nicely Prof A E Ellis visited his parents Mr and Mrs Alec Ellis Sunday Mrs Dr Stewart spent Tuesday with her mother lolaw Mrs Victor Stewart ot Shlnkle Chapel neighbor hood SALEM Dec 13rohn Camp wife nnd daughters Myrtle and Bessie were the guests of Mr and Mrs Dick Stogner Sunday night Olntnnglast Sunday Robert Boyd is on the sick list Bill Christian and H C Wilson Misses Minnie Wilson and Iva Cum mlngs were the guests of their friend Miss Rhoda Daniel Sunday The people of Rosine prectnct hnv w + w df fttf 1Jrft4 Jt r l ft Wf lf4k I 74bin BARNES a JR0 9 lJ Season is Again Bring Children to Sight Santa Claus annual distribution of 1risents from his at our store has already begun The most wondti fill collection and the greatest variety he lots ever had and amazing Toys from all parts of tilt known world Dolls utoi mobiles Wagons ofall sizl Curt Wheelbarrows howIFlies Iron Toys of every description Toy Furniture Doll IJuggies JoCarts Drums Tea Sets Lulls Horns Hatchet Hammers Stun Irons Wash Hoards 1 tickets Tubs and many other attractive allduselul articles Old Santa Claw cllorts in behalf of the child IbrlnerIshowing for grownup folks Parents bring the children Children bring your mamas and papas and all enjoy the big show r Christmas Presents Suitable for Brother F iry Shirts fancy NecLwenr all styles Gloves Handkerchief Cal ars CulTs Collar Buttons Cufl Buttons Witch Chains Watch Fobs Scarf Pins Nw Mat ShoesOvercoat or Suit Suit Case Trunk Military Sets Smoking Sets Cigar Holders Cigar CHO N cktie Boxes Christmas PresentsSuitable for Sweethearts Fancy Side Combs Fancy Neck Chain Watch Chain Bunch Plo Solid pod Set Rings Fancy Parlor Lamp Leather Shopping Bags Silk rr Leath er Belts Manicure Sets Nice Rocker Jewel Boxes Com and Brush Sets Mirrors Pictures Handker chiefs Furs Box Paper all kinds Beautiful Neck- wear Umbrellas and Kid Glovts Christmas Presents Suitable for Sister and Mother Nice New Dress Silk Waist New Wrap or Furs Dress Skirt Is very nice new black Petticoats will be appreciated new Dressing Sacques Silk Shawl handsome Hat for street or dress wear Scissors that cut good new Shoes or Slippers Shopping Bags Silk or Leather Belts nice Handkerchiefs onehalf dozen pairs nice Hose and a nice uptodate Collar Clocks- We are showing a nice line of Clocks for the holt days at 250 350 4 50 5 00 and rt oo each Some handsome designs See them We are making special prices on Milliney Wraps and Furs from now until after the holidays voted whisky out of their town Mrs Phltby Christian and Mr and Mts J W Cummings were the gueft of Mrs Christians grandson Mr C A Wilson Sunday Mivt Evelyn Jamison is visiting her sister Mrs Annie Myers Mr Estill Raley wile and little daughter Goldla visited Mr Ra leys sister Mrs Ollie Jamison near Cane Run Sunday Misses Clemmie Christian and Ora Wilson were the guests of their cous- Ins Misses Verle and Jossle Wilson Sunday w S The Toy and Here the the headquarter Amusing Velocipedes p Jewelry This department has never contained us ninny high ctass holiday presents as the prchent ihowlng Rings for men women and children Quite a line of up lo date Fobs at 200 25 J 300 4 50 500 and 7 oo epch Also Watch Chains nt the stale range of prles Cuff Buttons Collar Buttons Brooch Pius IInlllllnhcr staple stair in abundance Furniture There is nothing on earth that plecses B woman better than a nice piece of furniture for the home Uur collection of Rockets is something superb We cm sell you Childs Ruckus at 75c flOO 125 150 200 and 2 50 ladles Rockers 750 Stoo 1531 St i 75 52 no 250 300 3 50 Sot5o 5 nil tof7 siiach See our Folding Beds regu ar Wood and Iron Beds Dressers Bedroom Suits Stand Tables Couches Folding Lounges Side Boards Dining Chairs Spring Mattresses and Ex tension Tables Our General Lines Of Merchandise in every were never more complete than now and in connection with our regular lines we will have quite a nice assort ment of Apples Candles Oranges Bananas Nuts In fact most anything Old Santa Claus needs to fill the childrens Chrlstmasstocklngs s Remember us on Suits Overcoats and Shoes Bring vs some Corn Potatoes and other country produce and get ready to enjoy the holidays with the children Beaver Damn Dec 15 NOCREEKI Ing In Owenoboro and will go from I there to Indiana- N t F Stevens has sold his farm to i John Ward consideration 1500 271acressideration Soo John W Sanderfur has purchased a TinsleyJoebick to their home at Centertown herdRuirdthe first of the week Homer Hampton and family left r Dollf see Wonderful department Ky Jr Tuesday for their new home in Colo ratio Several young folks spent a very SanderfursRev W C Moorman is holding a series of meeting at Mt Htrmon hereSunday Hartfoal Ellis Foster hss changed his place InEssthasl1surelystraight up- i