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It vi itpnblicuFine J obVok Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN Till REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 1904 lro 23 RAllROAO RfGUlATION Commerce Commission to Govern Freight Rates Government is Making Effort- to Protect the People From Various Frauds OTIIER MATTERS OF INTEREST Washington D C Doc si 1904 The question ol deepest interest toI the President and Congress nnd dill cussed by politicians is Washington Imure than any other bai to do with the proposal to give the Interstate it Commerce Commission power to regulate height rates This proposition also attracts wide attention in the country especially amongnil cl case I ol shippers who are dependent upon the railroads to carry their produce to market Some 3000 produce and fruit dealers through the nation have askeJ the President to appoint Home one in their line ol business upon the Commission Secretary Morton who has been a railroad man all his lilt has promised the President to lake up the problem of the supervision of railroad rules and see what can be accomplished This may appear a little unusual for the Secretary the Navy but Mr Morton is a man o experience He believes in the doctrine ol consideration of the tights o the people lIe says the railroads should not oppose rational govern Went Bupervislon and that they should cease to manipulate politics and legislation The Present In slats that the railroads as well as other interests shall have fair play Reforms of method are needed there p is no war upon railroad which are recognized as the great ctvilizers Rnd missionaries of the age Secretary Morton advocates n central court of Interstate Commerce with but five judges instead of nine as proposed by Senator Elkins They should have final jurisdiction save In ques tions requiring constitutional inter pretation lie would have all Inter stele carriers afford cars tracks and terminal facilities to all shippers alike The President Is seriously in earnest in this aa in other matters for the welfare of the common people and it is hoped this session of ConI grets will not end before some deI chive action is taken There witlrrepresenting they are yet to be heard from In all directions the government I making vigorous efforts to protect the people from frauds and unscrupulous advertisers The Post Office Department has issued numerous fraud orders denying the use of the malls to bogus silver ware piano getrich quick concerns and workat home offers which prove to be either rtj1 lotteries or unconscionable fakes The pure food bill now before Con frress seeks to prevent the importa sale of adulterated foods an drugs The extent of this fraud up on the unsuspecting public is alarm ing A recent inspection of medi clues put up by druggist in Chicago revealed the fact that a very large percent of them were adulterated AI coholic liquor are frightfully Impure with fatal consequences to those who drink them Food is colored or pre served with substances harmful toI the health of hunan belnllSILand frauds on the Pacific coast involving hundreds of thousands ofI acres the most extensive ever known in the history ot the Interior Department have for a long time engaged the attention of Secretary Hitchcock These have been exposed and many persons engaged in them have been punished The Secretary says the frauds were perpetrated by men ofc high standing socially and politically and that men of prominence in this city and in Congress are implicated Patents have been refused for most of this land and it has been restored to the public domain There 1 Ire now 324 criminal suits pending t and 125 civil The Secretary prom ilea startling revelations He is de 4 terminedly backed by the President In his efforts to break up the conspir acy and brln the to justice Again thedreadful cotton boll weevil invades the halls of Congress It Is now nsserted that in five years it has eaten up 80000000 worth of moreSpr a destroyed the credit ol the salon farmer that it is driving the negro laborer train the cotton district and that in Texas for the past five years the crop has decreased annually A quarter of a million of dollars Is asked for with which to conduct a campaign against the weevil Mr Roberts ol Massachusetts wants 200000 to help exterminate the gypsy and brown tail moth In his State Secretary Wilson opposes this on the ground that Ma s chu setts should do this work at her own expense Mr Roberts wishes to know why the same rule is not ap plied to Texas Possibly Congress will make a grant of 15000 to ena ble some of the government entomol ogists to discover what they can find out about the moths Secretary Taft has returned to town sale and sound from his arbitration visit to Panama and told the whole story of his success in clearing away misunderstandings on the part of the new Republic to the President while dining with him There is nothing now in the way ol building the canal 1save the solution of some difficult en gineering feats the labor question- I and the climate It is proposed to carry on the operation of excavating the canal under electric lights at night This will hasten the work lAnd enable it to be prosecuted with greater comfort on the put of the la borers The Secretary says 3 000 la borers can be employed at once nndI on his way home he visited Jamaica with a view to securing efficient labor from that Island CLELL SMITHI In a Strong Letter Declares for the Ticket Thankful to Friends for Support Editor HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Not being accustomed to writing for publication I feel a timidity about appearing in print but I want to ex press my gratitude to my friends for their efforts in my behalf in my rac for the nomination for Jailer of Ohio thankh my me I hold no ill will toward those who 01I prlvlIwhoever they wish All my oppo nents conducted their campaign in aI clean gentlemanly mannerand I have the highest respect for them all and am sory they could not all win As for Mr Midkiff who defeated me I think him every inch a gentle matt and am going to do all in my power to help make him our next Jailer and I know he can win 1 havingdgood and deserving man has won ad I want to see all my friends supporting him in the final election next NovemberWhile can not fully express in words the deep feeling of obligation and thankfulness for what my friends did for me still if the opportunity ever comes I will show by my works that Ingratitude has no place In my heart With best wishes for the success of the ticket I am most sincerely yours Cmu SMITH Taffy Ky Dec 19 1904 Xmas Entertainments- The Ferguson Stock Co will give to McHenry and Hartford a series of high class performances through next week They will present Down the Slope Is Marriage aI Failure A Wild Goose Chase atI McHenry Monday Tuesday andI Wednesday nights On Thursday Friday and Saturday nights they wittI open Taylors New Opera House with East Lynne Down the Slope itA Wild Goose Chase Matinee each afternoon w SUICIDE AT FORDSY1LLE Young Woman Takes Strychnine and Dies in Short While Mrs James Roberts a girl oi fifteen years who was married a lew months ago committed suicide Sunday morn ing at her fatherIn laws home Fordsvllle by swallowing strychnine The fact that she had taken poison was not discovered until she began to sicken from effects oi it Dr Mc Carty was called and was at the house in a few minutes but the girl died while he was preparing a hypod ermic Injections Insignificant quarrel with her husband appears to have been the on ly cause oi her suicide although the girl left no statement Early Sunday morning she asked her husband to go with her to her parents and spend the day He replied that he could not go on account of having to do some work about his fathers livery stable where he is employed She retoted that he did not want to go he could it he would Nothing more was thought of the platter until she commenced showing symptoms of strychinine poisoning the acute suffering and wellknown contortions having manifested them selvesThe deceased was a daughter of Fred Boorman a miner The hus band is a son ol Sam Roberts pro prietor ofa livery stable and a well known citizen At the time oi their marriage in September Roberts was hardly eighteen and his bride was barfly fifteen They had lived since their marriage with his parents The fnneral was held from the real dence Monday afternoon GENERAL NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems John F Wallace chief engineer of the Isthmian Canal Commission has submitted to the House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce the results ol his investigation so fr as made regarding the engineering tasks necessary in the construction of the theefirst for the construction ot a high level canal with the surface of the water ninety feet above sea level the second is a summit level of sixty feet above sea level the third a twenty or thirty foot level above the sea and the fourth a sea level with a tidal lock It Is pointed out that while a aea level canal would be less expensive to operate and time would be saved in passing through it its cost would be 300000000 and it would not be open for traffic under fifteen years and not completed under twenty years Important changes in the rules and regulation reguardlng steamboats have been approved by Secretary Metcalf The changes rowing out of the agitation resulting from the Gen Slocum disaster throw a greater degree of safety around passengers and adds materially to the expense o operationThe In the Marcum damage trial at Winchester finished tak ing direct testimony at noon Tuesday and immediately a motion for emptory instructions was made b the defense Court adjourned until Wednesday when arguments on the motion were heard Judge Hargis was again on the witness stand Tues day The hearing in the case of Senator Reed Smoot has been continued until January 10 On that date evidenc- will be taken for the respondent counsel for the Protestants having concluded yesterday the examination all persons who could be reached by subpoenas issued by the Senate CommitteeNan took the witness stand In New York Tuesday in her own behalf and recited at length the story of her relations with Caesar Y- M AA AAA6AAAAAAA AAAAAAA AA4 w 7 J7 +Q A n 4 I Appropriatet And Acceptable 4 bit 1 C restgas Gifts ifi = FOR EVERYBODY = 4fi fi bt fi49 Ill remembering your friends at this joyous gift u9 4fi time remember that something useful is always the lJIt fi ofr 4 best gift Remember also that everything to be had fi J here is useful to everybody Look over this list and 0 14 it will help you to decide what to buy Our line oft J Clothing for Men Youths and Boys is extremely bit Jj large as we have purchased special line for Xmas = such as Suits Overcoats and Odd PautsLow pri 8 0 4 ces i- J 41iPR Our lino of Shoes is complete with the very best or 4 of materials and Remember we handle the o t burQ4satisfaction bD 4 tC4jj Caps for Xmas trade especially at low prices We i I ijp 4 i have also an elegant line for Xmas such as Top = tfi Shirts Underwear Sweaters Collars Ties Socks 4R or 4 Suspenders Handkerchiefs Gloves Collar Buttons 2n Jo Cuff Buttons Etc and many other articles which = will make an elegant present j I F 14Our lino of Trunks and Suit eases is complete ow = See our line of Woolen Goods Calico Percal Shirt = ing Ginghams Outing Cloths Factory Cottons = Jj Bleach Cotton Cotton Flannels Bed Ticking Sheet = = ing Woolen and Cotton Blankets Comforts Woolen = = Underskirts Top Skirts Jackets Caps Childrens jJ I = Cloaks Fascinators Woolen and Cotton Hose and = 4jj many other things which will make an elegant pres o J 49 out for Xmas Special low prices on all goods = I lJItfiI 1 SAM BACH Hartford 1 i R bs i I YounjtSbe denied emphatically that she fired the shot which killed Young and said she had no pistol in her possession She also denied that she was dismayed at Youngs propos ed departure for Europe and said she had agreed to follow him to London James P Wheeler a wellknown man of Simpson county Ky has been missing from home since last fromsz5oofIn cash In his pocket when he lelt The official report of the Director ol Concessions and Admissions to the Worlds Fair shows that the total number of recorded admissions was 12804616ywere paid and 6590239 were free The taking of testimony in the trial of James Gillespie for the murder ol his sister Elizabeth Gillespie at Raising Sun Ind is progressing slowly The burden ot the testimo ny has been to show the animos theepart of the defendant- In the trial of whitecappers at Brook haven Miss one was sentenced to the pentitentiary for life five for fif ty years and one for twentyfive yearsThe British steamer King Arthur was captured by a Jap guardship while trying to leave Port Arthur Mrs JT Sumner wife ofa well PERUNA NECESSARYTO IIlION following RepresentativesWashington recommendingIt respectfullyGeorge Columbus Perutia firstclass printing Letterheads Statements Bills Calling Business Wedding anything printing prices HARTFORD COLLEGE Kentucky Old and WellEstablished School Has Educated More Successful and Women than Any School this Part State During Fourth Terms Special organized conducted Teachers those teach Term opens January Fourth 1905EXPENSESTuition ton weeks Tuition weeks 1500 Board private families week Catalogues furnished freelGRAY President M LTZ President known oi is myste riously missing The following patents were granted this week to Ketuckians C Amberson Covington Nutlock Robert C Beauchamp Falls of Rough implement Henry H Spears Louisville machine ing concrete and Decatur Upton Upton barnyard manure pulverizer IA Letter From Congressman White of North Carolina GEORGE H WHITE J Congressman Goorgo Henry White of Tarboro N 0 writes the let 1 ter to Dr Ilartman concerning Poruna Fernna Medicine Co Columbus 0 Gentlemen I am more than sats fled with and find it to be an excellent remedy for the grip and ca tarrh I have used It in my family Very If you have catarrh write to JJr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium O Ask Your Druggist for a Almanac for 1905 If you want at a low price call on us We print Bill Heads Hand Cards Cards Invita tions in fact in the line at the lowest I 1 Men Other in of the the Third and Classes will be and for and for pre paring to Third 30 1905 Term opens for in advance 800 for twenty in advance in per 250 and circulars L N O SH U Vice man Owensboro J4lnton cultivating for press bricks Perana White his Free 7 CardenBoyd- At et hone of the ride two ml3 CRt of Porcivlllsj W dntstluy De cember 21 1904 at 230 oclock p I mIlMr Wilbur Carden was united in marriage to Miss Hosy Boyd Mr- I Carden Is a Successful farmer and his bride Is a popular young lady of attainments They will make their future home near Trisler Ky Tug REPUBLICAN congratulates them P F I- l M revered FUNERAL at the RemainsI Parkers Political y W J I ItIlnclnel rl rvil hr IJlh rri that VMllle Ue iitl ist f a prouitsd to f ir us vti tl1 Kuneral Sermon i 1 h wag penchtii ay WilHnjji len nrK Bryan at the political burial of judge Partfr Accordingly Willie i S sent us the foljwtng which he fR in the complete text of the scr uion Air Bryan said My Dearly Beloved Friends and Fellow Democrats I am more than delighted atgettinfrachaicetoaddrcss you on this mead rial occasf gin In veri alt more like I wanted to talk to you la my life null yet I seen to be at a loss for words with which to express my feelings We are gathered here around the political grave of our fall en leader I used the word lender more as a token of respect fjr the dead than as a matter of historic accuracy We are all allowed to entertain our own views as to whether the present corpse was really a Maier of rot But be that as it may we are here in the capacity of mourrers and it is our duty to let out just as many genuine sobs as we possibly can The more the better Our hearts are troubled and our bosoms ore being stirred with many conflicting emo tions To me there has always been some thing strangely pathetic about this Salt River burying ground I have 1 ever come here to a political burial wthout experiencing strange and un usual sensations I think the main reason why it affects me so is because rarly all of the graves that lie round cbut us here are the graves of Dsm r rats and Democratic issues When n Democrat visit this place It is like i leaking open the solemn portals of a family tomb and walking amid the b taclitd banes of his political antes tUI Friends it is sad And yet it is that ve Democuits ought to be Li to it by this time We have I1 waking regular quadrenlnl its here for the laU fifty years with e exception of one or two brief in ifrvais We arP acquainted with cv j inouily little mound that dot t Ms lonesome plulu and every pale iib that points upward with its te1- t1 inscription is an accusing witness oat ul poli 4 rt the mistakes tiu Den j rao party And yet continue to go on in our blind i refusing to profit by our iris iioCh cssion which call us toot i cy etupla ix s more rtrongl 7r nrr tendency lo ware wins It troches us heyond the lw of a doubt that the Ute In irtt Louis CoDvenllnu mad 1akf whch was Ja a and irrt ve It twachcH us that the bead k touted the noiuinMtlou of AI B Ptksr were devoid of th jr bor MCent glow of com JJ pardon Brother Hill fI i know yon treat prefeit i not the province of a June a i a to go Into detail concerning pst lifof the leadinir nnn at the ril neither shall I undertake It ii time to point out all themistarei r ie Democratic party This is nrII tinii for tba And besides rty has made at least two 11111 i ea in the list d z n years that I i l tl a delicacy In relmlng to owing to the personal nature of the s But time is flying and I must get r i with my sermon Here sits tin offin by the open grave and you ill pleat find enclosed the polite a- r mains of our late candidate Va us tluoties havi been put forty r 5 to the eue ol hilt death Some i that he came to grief at the hand- M11 v Ri vc tint Tedlr tiPf jujtft vnh his Big S jcl O ei nntend that he fell from his j r s i b ok his neck Thni i vrfr on the tr nrtrie if you will notice Person 1 pH v = tlt to r i it ntrL tit I truiM i II o J e1r rlth time Y I q ute railt eI j ldlt tie p aVoiii I si hifcu us and tviFlve ami at only nr artful dodger rould stand j upon It Ht girded up his loins and rot on and then he made haste and rumbled off and mashed himself as flit as a saddle blanket He also got s spjranl column run up through I = tup of his head so as toforuinj biTff roilar a hat rack it atly t poor fellow willueverI AyersI J W 4 III1U4II i You can hardly find a home without its Ayers Cherry Pectoral Parents know what it docs for children breaks Cherry j Pectoralup a cold in n single nh wards off bronchitis pneumonia Physicians hrIvise parents to keep icon The blct much nipillolne tanner ran Is Ayers Cherry rtrnl 1nr the iiKli 23ebtcE1t All lrclU IIActaStFRt S 9tlr4t7 ta ra at Ayers Pills std the Cherry Pectoral in breaking up a cold need either of those useful artlcls any more Alas p or Parker He ought to have had more sense than to run that terrible risk If he tied ttk en my advice he wouldnt have beet dtal man today I stringed for him when he began to mount that platform but he only frowned at me and clambered on upsI dont sup pc he over knew what struck him hn you fellows who survive ought to take T lesson from this Why fellow citizens it wouU tace a wan with a neck like a foundry derrick andn fourteen horsepower will to overcome the disjidvantajis of a platform lik tha Boys as I look cround here an se you all indulging In such a fin line of weeps it makes my heart sink within me Being a man of strong will power I am not so especially overcome with the tragedy of thl deathscene but it makes me feel bid to see yju rillso griefstricken and weepy Cheer up fellows and please dont heave and set like that It makes me nervous Take courage from the fact that it might have been worse Suppcs that It hal ben ore f our better men in the plac- ePukrwhat of then I have heard that the Indians kill oflall their JflIkiy and sickly children so cs to nifiks the race strong and robust 1nd so I think it Is a iortumite cli cumstance for us that one more of o weekly politicians iout of the way And now I think there ar several nlher weiklings who will teks the hint and stand back I would name ime of them but for the fact that they are present and might mob meI hpe Danrjcricy hag now got t sayn tir My arms areu atiu open and it the good ldy will onie beck nnA let e pruts her t usedeto rill then all will be well ad good the bn Rot HeiSlf into troubJ by wandering sway from me and taking Irlarrin Its they call themselves bt who ar in reality dls rgonizr I r ckou Mis Democracy will have f wep n while over the nntiiiitl rms CECIILIA Oritor Kiitro N STOWeIIiI I 1rcn CurtIn I For ilL i uu urj 1 uilfurcdI from oi nm iruiiIiv iio doc i1lor insh t on 110r i as tHc only way to iit viJ I Ijuvver strongly objected to an ul ration lr dt ir lso aril na I fcf poet iii a sic rI fJ atbrati hill to got a Luttl f Wino of soJ1 my rcovcryravryrphL Vith in we4a iwua another i I being 1 i I Afro ou letter Chows every byfetpaleWino of Cardui cures that sickness and brings health and happl sufferfag and secure a f100 bottle CarduiWINECHRDU taking eft of1 her newfound leader taut Rhe will soon forget him and beI tfn 1 enough to utnrn to me iu be j r k n back into my gol cracesIj Wvll Iier l1t jrMVili rgr att l r iiiinin imj a itiit I fil up toe rand I thu k myself LIt I w- feljy 1 I j hearing the cold damp tMrth d8tIt I saw off my remark + right her z winre IfiTti Alter the dr hud bjfti filed in nnd tine tombstone ejected Mr Bryan called on William Randolph Mars t to lral the congregation in a short prayer whch he did in the following wards 0 I orf1 he is In titer fur certain curd mighty apt to stiiy there a pood white Me and Brother Bryan fought him like all the mischief before the election but we couldnt down him But there was one man in the country who could down him nnri he did the jb up gloiiounly Ve thank thee lor that Parker will never bi in our way any more a tllwe thank Thee f r that too Now if Roosevelt will just go and make sonic ort of a on blundtr there may be n chance for me on brother Bryan one to be President nand we thank Thee some more to that Amen Driven to Dosporatlon Living at uu out of the way place remote front civilization a fnniHv is oiten thriven to desperation in case of accident resulting in Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of Buckleif 8Arnica Salve Its the best on carth25c at Z Wayno Griffin Bros drug store in NancyandTaec tots Gystem by flcntly moving the bowels Pointed Paragraphs Chaperon is but miother name for i matrimonial promoterpThe man pays n a coal has money to bum A jokers Idta of a good joke is one that is on the other fellow tinny a man wants the earth bun the end the earth pets the wan A man doesnt need much money f he has a reputation for being vealthyTomorraw never cornea but th Iny after today arrives on e time urA furl may know when to sto tiiklng but a wise man knows not to begin- A miser is a man who carries hl none In a purse that closes ihan it opens Some men claim to be selfmade vhile some others are supposed to be vile made Men and women who are opposed Ibjr unions hhouM steer clear love in a collageIIBefore mademan can ge nto politics he must be made over by the machine Its almost as difficult fur n woman o keep a secret as tie for her to see he point of a joke ItA New Jersey woman thinks she ifI ntitUd to two pensions becnise pile 1 the widow of one soldier and the crass widow of another As a rule women are not incline- to lay up anything for a rainy day irtbibly because they dislike the idea I shopping in the rata Startling ontoFresh testimony in great quantit is constantly coining in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds to be tin equaled A recent expression fromI T J McFarland Bentorville la serves as example He writes I had Bronchitis for three years out doctored all the time without hero s bcnefltted Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery sari a few bottles wholly cured Equally tflcclive in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneumonia Ii and Grip Guaranteed by Z Wayno Griflin Bro druggists Trial bottles free regular sizes 50c nits 100mChristmas In TibetfTibet tb biuta of end least known people on the face I ItFrtn if ilso th home of the i T rct A Christmas ctibt m at of Queen Whiter in Tibet corII Sjjonds with our Christmas festillI The figure of this queen or goddess- is painted blue and mounted on a could surrounded by a string of hu aian skulls The dance celebrated at this feast Is called tsam and the masked figures which take part in It would be comic if they were not so horrible One represects a horned Ihull another n deer but this deer pc cuHirly enough UHHII horses h1 IIt ancient symb anoi r tlm Tt rI fans IthUUSOlr it HiVh rinrt are rrlsttte rr V Hs TIH a1 tI ehc1 Ap to II kI hei nofnnt people into 1laJt brat I cursesIMrottfcHttgr dtvlfit There are nrr pent Jn s rcjjrtAeminj th spirit ol- ilet bn t tluy are fug lit by such pin tectlru dlvtnitien as Gnnidii who is nlwojji represented in laiimimn with a stout body human nnns wings Dud the bent of a bird Cannot bo Cured By local applications na they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is onlone way to euro deaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition ot the mucous lining of the Eustachian 1ubcl When this tube is inflamed you hove a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely clos ed Deafness in thcrcsult and unless 1the iniliunmation can be taken out nod this tube restored to its normal destroyedrj cases out of ten are tossed by Catarrh which is nothing but an mil lined condition of the IIIUiI coos surfaces I We will give Out Hundred Dollars tar any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars free F 1 Cheney it Co I Toledo O Sold by Druggists Tile Take Halls Family Pills for tort stpution m IKiiiJT Edward Has 36000 Kins folk Geiculouists who have traced the Ib o d royal ol Britain hat rfonnd that so widely dflrent as Arch bishop Temple mid Sir Wilfred Law son are relatives of the Kind says an exchange There ore 36 735 persons andt+ lineage In rtttir n to these lit any Icnble that hill number has some cnrnectlR Itrk uyre of has estahllsh ed eIhegreat family of Jmes lave over Loon ineinbtr who come of royal blood representednos r 2000 are nl yousloyalrc 1I 1f of that great f unify ore Itt ked however I remotely with Ilu1 111 tod A l numhcrfli Sandersons have ulso thisI distinction Another name with repelofI duttimtIK jjrtflt nrmy ol as d als cf Vil tfortH Thr = e natA by no 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tho digestive juices that are found in a healthy stomach and in exactly those proportions necessary to enable tho stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all foods that may bo eaten Kodol is not only a perfect digestant but it Is a reconstructive tis sue building tonic as well Kodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn of tho Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests tho stomach rebuilds tho tissues and rives firm flesh Dollar tottUholililif tlmtt at much aj htrial or an crt tin rulUO al Ib- ortdrr or CoCIIIaro A I r ttNtVCUkOar Itae nt PirJcw Pliiols ard Shotguar1 trk3ar + t and tilt lull t century i nrlaiAM losUrt b n lUh mtVrr I r te iMA J11 11rla IOIIr aini+ toojIJ ETEVEH3 iRia lio TOOL CIt tllvprlir3tnr Grt 7 M OII21 rP jrthat fart or the pcricn receiving it U likely deslrntbeautifullylag qudlitici combined in the D84- ROG ERS EROSSPOONS FORKS KNIVES Etc The 1IU7 ROGERS RROS brand hag a world wide reputtinAI Silver Mate that Wears and It sold by all leading dealers Send to the makers for beautifully illuttratcd catiw lotrue CL liK Ikimiiii JUL Pitru Co PaKflior to MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO Meriden Conn mt Our free FIRST 01 0 IryouneolDrCarhledlsGermantiverPowder fullsized tree nUll wo guy your druirclst oursnlvos for It no obllnntlons sick ono canneulvct such nn offer and fair to himself Thn very Dr Carlstedts German Powder is sold In slzesr25c SI rho tcWlttI- t Ce aw are ho rVIIU J I all 1 IIfi IK HMITII J l J fis LtfiTH I lrTO It F VS AT i AVf JIiU it T n nilMlTrif wlon In nil ttrnnrrin1iK uthetilraQ11 I 1111 rlviH in nil lii f r i ntniiil t r iur and tf I rn lie i irliI- II Ie S IIII III plc I FRANK L FELIX niTioii ii v- willprHrili lilx profe4a In Qblu nod HI i lhnKi itiiit nnl In the Court nt 1pIwM rhnrIIIIII nod rultiitlon u Htlnty- offln in the llirnlil huddler t CHASM CROWE LiAWYELRiUAUTTOltl Kv Will irniili hiprnwnluu In nil tbs man iitobliintnl sIii Inline mautlM nml In tlr roar ur Aiiril Sirlnl Httrntion irixtii tr rrlinlnnl 111111 to ollillmil IIfir nirniT tar- 1rt nul tnitir t rivl Tlninini urnruptntr INO B WILSON ATTOHNKV AT IAV- HAirriOFD f KY Sirrlnliittpnltiin clon to rootIIIkll1lt Ithluruuoity= == R H WEDDING Attorney at Law HAinroiii Kv Ulll irtltlr In tliStntr Hnil Iltlrml Court IhnvlrhfulfulirnluuI1 c llMil + nw ptnutptly MM IIII AII NitnrT IliMlr fur ouloctiuitv ottli ovrr ibl ritititv llitik M I IICAVKIV IC teI wUntal ilEA VRiN WOODWARD Nn eTIni h r I IIIInlhtr Irfr n In nil lh fonrlc HItrnun oiHrv urtt dune li nnukut Hnritoril h VV H BARNES Attorney at LawA sa ATTMHXCYHA V III prurtlr M 11 In nil the Court ilbrourtAplhtutkrtlutuprrl YAMOYL MOSLEY ALwr01lXKY AT LAW r 1jirtG n Kftitiickv Will pniitliv hid pbI II nil I liii rmrtol IIrnlItclhy r Iii t ntldd Baal T Kidneyssuchand Dysentery of a bilious typo we will give you an order on your druggist and pay him for a bottle of a h i lIenn n liver Jov17der proposition thuouponbottle will CaUedllJermanwhatever No PowderduesLiver two and AttorneyatLaw IhlJhjjr tobo CUT OUT THUS COUPOftFor IMII offer tnny notappesrnaaln Fill ant till blanks and wailIt to The American PharmuCAI co 1111 nl1110 Ind Mydlscaso la ityouS I 1Ulvofull oddrc Write pltnlr Ir A For Sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky yyc I j SCHOOL PRO lfMI 41institutions With Other in Country Interest of the Pupil is Directly- in the Hands of the Teacher Should it bt Nothing is inure n uluily brought bjforu the minds ol the public than the Importance of imunlning n hig standard In the tthlic school synteiu It IK A qutKtiun that addnesa itstl tl each and ruin clilni to the ntaii who has chililtcn tiothm In mare iru puitnnt than the propel and wise etlu cotton ol hi ifTtprtni TLh lax payer it IN vny rwpoa U tlat iUc large iuii ati I IICMVV our Jen tt- 11I remitted tuctssniy fir this JIM poc shxiild lie jwltet uuy expctiel rthnun woo t Levve s ill 1 jtiui by which H patent roim 1 sys ten Pii be produced tii TU iiaia M H place aiinig the tium italH itCiiid imly to thut KVen tu the fattier v his country- it 81 quiitiAn that is iutirttili to the resident of the met + t thinly pvptilutel dutiict of the Wtt mid the oust thickly congnattd bl ck in j the liast tor their is no quctitloti as tllI the demand the pre et genentioti for tdiiCrttiou The achoo a of this i j country have undoubtedly kept pct with the general piogiesa otthe na lion and in some respects it may beiI bald to have ndva ictd even more rapidly than more natlnnul institutions fur the public school Is n national in j Ktltutlon drsplte the various meth j oils in vogue in different Stnteti Tilt I nndeiliylng principles is the same and the one great object is to provide fur every child an education ot Uu best possible rtIcounccltlUIIcontinual of inI IInppdanger Tint first great question q which must he settled before the pubI lie school HjstcMti can hnpu tu rvicb Ilu lit rlection is a ptopermUhod in tht Kvlectinn of the men who are to conI stitute tie Bwud of education U1I dr the peculiar nliyrn con itloJnlIf which exit the time is hardly fi r the creation ol a natural boatr i and any atttmpt to place nil of tin t schotls in the country undt r one hearI or controlling povcr would meet with the opposition of all opposed to wln they tetm the centralzttlan of power Yet it ia r by tht the pub I IIplacedrural rupervlslon if not the direct control of nil of the tkiuenlary schoo In the country will be placed in tbtI hands of soni boly nntlorn in chalI aster lAnd nonpartisan in ltd constitu tion All attempts to make fchoot boards nonpartsan and tree from the ItUrtktl failures but sufficiently for Iron ptrf fection as to be the ot ject of criticism and dissatisfaction In many com munities self perpetuating beards bavtI been created which worked to thet satisfaction of the community for n long time but such close corporation a soon become conscions of their powr er and indifferent to public opinion and boards responsible to no one but themselves countenance carelessness and looseness in methods that applied r Y1 to the individual business of the mem bers constituting the board will soon a h bring ruin and failure That the o temptation to the members of boards so constituted to handle contracts in a way that will benefit themselves is very great though it rarely amounts to a scandal The election of school boards by popular vote has proven a mostdlsns trous method because the average 1 man who is wilting to go into the rough and tumbling fights of the gen eral election to secure a place on such a board is not mentally or morally qualified for the position be seeks and as such posstlons are usually 2Isfice has some ulterior motive to gain At the same time the best qualified man has no desire to mix into poli tics that must necessarily be used to secure the plan and even if he were to apply the popular vote is rarely in favor of the man of that type As a present constitution however the selfperpetuating board in many instances in doing the best work because the tlachers and hoards are I necessarily in harmony und harmony when accompanied by even Indlffer i 11 S LOVE DHESoI iMr Hllx Vhelfr Wilcox sa there icnuicH a time in tin cootof married love when tliu thrill rocs out of the hand and the kiss nt times mid iPis then hthat lnitHiiHl sad wife may l b susceptible to other tniiRiirtic urrMiimlUivs The rea thefnot duo to the wifes ntivotmics and Irritability rUt to tonic trouble with the or gone peculiarly feminine the wife under spiritleIIhcand sleeplessness tip y over a third of n century of remarkable aid uniform CtlrtC a such n no other nIh v for the iiNiascs anrl weaknesses proitliat to WOOUM t ver attained the proprietors of Dr Pierces Ivvouto Prcsoiption now feel fuly war rnntiH in offering to jjiy fjj in L aral money of Stitcs for any rse I of rettccirrht Petiole WrsktKss I rola raps or Palling cf Womb which tlicv can not cure AU they ak is a fair mid ran onabU trial of their means of cure bykeepingIhotrand parc illnMMlcd book The Coot moii Sense Medical Adviser Sent free puptr bound fm twentyone one cent tamp to cost mallinsoajV or clothbound fur thirty ime tamp A idrcss World DUpen nrv Medical Asfociation 56t Main Street Y CuiiMtiuation and nbilfouii attack Ito hand ItTliind Hr 1icrcc1leasaut Pellets are a sure Bud speedy care for both riu mnjir coated granules One little Pellet ba gentle laxative and two a niiW cathas tic They never gripe Nothing else is- aJtut M EUOJ ensgtlifttns veil conic nearer ac eOl1plljthlnl ftn orjtct in a sati flc loiy way tinit In lurmonious talent There ore stilt a number of people in this country who nrc in favor of plan fog voiiKn on rchonl b arils but like I nil attempts to place women in politi cal office it Is not crowing and today there ate feer women on rcliool oIAndpupil is rilrecly in the hands of the i teacher for a conoHenrotis teacher oflj or she Las the qualifica I tiODq Posiby the steal problem c innecfion with tile public school 01Irot thoco best qualified to teach the ornMl school while turnip out htMHitds of induBtea who an qua ified in some respects and certain ly in all the respects that are r quirec before ont out pass a civil strvic examination yet these persons tnnj adntlaishativlability t IQwly wsllbiliAVed class 01 reuly pupilj Some normal sc lalt Fro looking into this very feature nt the question and hesitate to grant diplomas t+ leachcjs who ore lacking in the las I mentioned quality The American i public school is no pace fur the fad and the moment a laddist is discovered in the ranks ol public school teachers a check should be put upon offender and an absolute coin pit with reasonable and common SetS methods required The public sentiment of the country no longer any fight to make on public schools or opposition to their existence They have become part of the making of our citizens there is no subject in which the average American heels a deeper in terest than our public schools They are doing n great work and they are the snlject of much careful studyI and we may safely believe that it is matter of time before the system will be found that is practically ideal and ideally practical Head About to Burst From Se vere Bilious Attack I had a severe bilious attack and felt like my head was about to burst when I got hold of a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ablets I took a dose of them afterI upper and the next day felt like anew man and have been feeling happy ever since says Mr J W Smith of Juliff Texas For biliousness stomach troubles and constipation these Tablets have no equal Price 5 cents For sale by all drug gistsmScraps ot News Beer the national drink of Bavaria is an important feature of Munich both in its brewing and consumption The consumption of beer per head per annum of the population shows a steady decrease from 123 gallons InI 1885 to 109 gallons in 1895 94 gal lone in 1900 and 893 gallons in I9n3 An English naval cadet who on his tiaiuing ship took eleven first r 1 prizes and in the fits examination obtained 97 6 Pt cent WAS icjectec the mtdlrnl exnmliatitin on nc lilt of a smnil defect in ore little toeA mortality play founded on Bun VAns Pilgrims Progress his beer successfully produced nt firming ham Filly women students nt G ttinaet recently had a commers ti feist oi song and huger hetr at whichever a proI tS101i were priscnt Germany exported 3417 tons o f toS valued at 14 noonoo in 19 3 There ae two developments ol the ocean passenger traffic ball steerage and saloon which have tint attracted much attention heretofore amid yet whIchnr getting to be important features in the buplntw The first U the infrijstvg number ot citizenr ol the United States by aduptoa who come iver to visit their native land and stiy for a station and then re tutu This has nlwajs been tbe cus torn ol thin Scnndit avian people but it Is also getting to be a lowinjr ors unonf imigranta from tile British Is laude The second development us the increasing number of British peo pie and Huropiana generally win go to the United State S not with any intention of settling but simply a tourists An angry mnn who called a tele phone girl a sheepjihed twr tin wire in Nurcmburg G ruany his been fined 6 25 A Vienntss win called the woman operator a Chi nest in similar circumstances hat suffered to the extent of 3 Nora and Joshua Blasek two girls who ort joined in the same manner as wire the Siamese twin recent ly arrived in Engand from Ger many Ex Mayor James M Brenton ol Des Moines la weighs 391 pounds AII loon and not long ago wrestled with Jim Parr an English champion whom he threw in nine minutes bul Parr got the next two falls in thlrtj minutes a5dwon No Moro S rlngcIt you are troubled with indigo Drspcsiuiyou Goo A Thompson of Spen car In 508IIhave had Dyspep silt for twenty years 1caso was almost hopeless Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was recommended and Iused n few bottles of it and it is the oulI thing that bas relieved me W ouMr not bQ without it Have docloredI with local pliysiciiins and Chicago and even went to Norway with hopes of getting some relief but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the only remedy that has done me any good anti I heartily recommend it Every person suflering with indigestion or Dyspepsia should use it Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m The Pope Bicycle Daily Memoran dum Calendar fry 19 5 contains n memorandum leaf for every ray in the year and 365 original sayings In favor of good roads good healthout door exercise and that great vehicle of health giviug the modern bicycle by our most eminent living men o marked accomplishment The calen dar is free at Pope Mfg Cos store or any of our readers can obtain it by sending fives cent stamps to Pope Mfg Co Hartford Conn or 143 Slgtl St Chicago Il- l178t9TORtABean thetheKind You Hili Always Bough Bigtutareo fHis Dyspepsia Better BattsI Rot a wire from Snipps to day saying his dyspepsia was much better Cutts You dont mean to say he telegraphed the news What did be sayButtsHe cald there waja strong rally in the wheat pit Beware of Counterfeits 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 forjyeara and can recommend it to be the best Salve on the market Every family should keep- it as it is an invaluable household remedy and should always be kept on hand for immediate use told byI Wayne Griffin Bro m- An L Ark Built on The Line of Noahs Sew Tutk Iiece- tAnextraordinarly craft has just- in Y 1iY C been built by M Vogt the Danish e1 signer in an attempt to pioluct an exact model of Nunhs Ark To asiist him in his task illy gl had special translation made by dis tinguished Hubrewists of passages nut of the Hebrew fcciiptures relating tr the ark and trot ideas too front a rep resentative of Noahs cralt on n coir date too B C which 13 tht property of a museum in Ctpenhngen- OTifig to the methods employed in itJ construction doubt WHS expus sed Irom the first is to whether M Vojtfl emIt would float at all lei alone prove pcnwotthy in a blow Popular inorendulity hnd ridiruithow ever disturbed tht buiMer nut af alt one now he hits good aze lot tails faction for his craltn trial trip thi other day prved n cant late Iucetar Crtrrytnur aspsssengcra iti dMiisnir i avul enxitieurfi and a large part of newspaper tarn the ark r oi orl how r1 itself pert cly seaworthy hum movrd lightly arid quick tbroutlithc aer In fct experts have declarfi that in spite of her rudimentary dt- tLn the strange vesstl is the steal test crjit evtr seen on the highsees Ao nearly as M Vql is uble to judge his vsstl is oniilenth time size of the original Ki ahs Ark ind is of about 200 tors burden En leritig by one of the side unrtn one finds a surprising amount of cable spcce despite the low sloping sides As the craft rides high in the water plenty of light COitus through the large hurt holes in the sides which cm be left open fur ventilation when the sn Is smooth Of course the ark in simply built and very plainly furnished inside to correspond with the one to which the survive rs of the first fliod disaster are halved to have intrusted them selves That Throbbing Headache I Would quickly leave you if you ueed Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matohleis merit for Sickand I Nervous Headaches They make pure blood sail build up your health Only 25 cents money back ifnOli Sold by Z Wayne Griffin t j druggists m I ffi13 Early JI Tho famous little pllllI A Story About an Indiana man Sim Antonio KxiinvN Prof Wiley of the Bureau of Agr- icultures chemical department wn talking about explanations that d explain The explanations that make noth ing clear These answers that throw no light mate me think of an ac qaintance of my boyhood J rout Hett cf Indian 4 Jerome Hert had a thick htal r slow mind One day he was nt worl is a lncly field when be heard avolc Irom the upper air He t Hey you the voice shout ed Jerome looked up in amazement About fifty feet above his head wa n balloonist The baloonlst on a wager was doing a sixtymile journey h Evansvllle Now though he liar lost his way and from Jerome Hel the wished to ascertain it repeatedf U Where am I1 cried he balloon fist Thereupon Jeiorae made a reply of that opaque dar sr rt that we art speaking of- Whereu ere yru Why up in H balloon he Mid1O DR FENNERS GOLDEN RELIEF SK any pale lusldu or out lu from 2 to tuluutcs Mothers Be Careful Of the health of your children Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Stop them in tJmeOn M1Dute Cough Cure is tbe best remedy Harmless and pleas ant Sold by Z Wayne Griffin St Bro m Ct3TOR3dBean theThe Kind You Hare Always BoajX Bijnttnro RETMHfDv CATARRH Is Sure to GIVE Satisfaction ELYS CREAM BALM Gives relief at once cleanses sooths und hettln tbedlseased mom Wane Itcarestntnrrh and drives Rimy u Cold fADIprotects the Membrane restores the Sense of unite uad Hinrll Full slr4 Mc at druuijlatg or br mull Trial sire luc mull ELY IIKOTlIUltH 50 Vnrrvn Street New York t X tih5i i 311 ActablePrepnrationforAs I similating ihcFGOdaiulHegula ling the StowaclG andBowels of JI Promoics Dig 3lionCitrerrul I- Ij nellherOpiumfolptine NUT KXRC OTIC I P1nonWormsConvulsionsFeverish ncss hind Loss OF SLEEP j FAcSimile Signature oP 1 ifINEW YORK u EXACT COpy OF WRAPPER II p J vk 1 A1OAT- oH Elti tnd Children- 1The Kind Y00 Have l 0 Bought Bears thefA t SignatureJ1 of I z1- I niYyt f f u4 For Over Thirty Years CASTO RIA TIII CCNTauN OOANY nEW YORK CRY 1IioI IIJ Bii It rotinnLrl riQnrh lWt iiiIU 1iC il1 4 + + + ej Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age a Why Illcause It euros completely nail nt once It relieves the pangs of a livIng death + All CHHCS of files CUll bo cured by n Kiirglcal operation hut you would rather have cured without the knife IIAIlllIS VOSIT1VK 1IIE CC11E will do It Made only It I Koltchllrld Iliiiriiincnl Co Inc ror sill II by JIJlCHI J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky n bl i tw iFo ik GO SOUTHWEST JI1 Like Time and Tide the Great Sout htwest awaits no man but its a heap eas 4 icr to get aboard at the instant of start jtugthan to contend with the element of momentum later t Let us give you the details of this new countrys rapid growth and your chance to grow up with it Illustrated litera ture free 11 Rates Southwestj1 Cut Almost in Two- Dec6and2004Janr3and1705 J11 Geo M Lee Uen1astgentLltle rk H I McGuire nut Inss tgent- Cincinnati 0 t JNO SEBASTIAN Inetengtr Truffle Mannger Chlcngo ill alN v tf If I fi Ili Do You NeedEPrinting K If you do we are ready to take your order t for anything you need in the printing line Jj We print jj- J Envelopes per 500 100 J = Letterheads per ream of 500 125 = = Noteheads per ream of 500 100 bit fi Statements per ream of 500 1 100 = Billheads per ream of 500 125 tJ jj Prescription Blanks per 1000 100 g = Business Cards Visiting Cards Wedding Invitations jjj Circulars Dodgers all sizes of Hand Bills in fact 9 4 everything that is printed in a firstclass print = shop Prices lowest Give us your order Work 4 promptly attended to = = THE REPUBLICAN I i I f I t1 1 I Christmas Goods IJ 1 At Carson Bros Christmas Supplies in abundanceApples Oranges Bananas Pears Grapes Nuts Fresh 2- I stock of Fancy Candies of all kinds Also a Fireworks Celery Cranberries and in short 1 everything usually kept in an uptodate Gro cery Store Fruit Baskets filled to order Hartford Republican Issued by the Hnrtlonl lnbllehingCompany I rsconronAEI I c K NMIT1I Editor TEIIIiOI Zrl- CUn1c rlan5Nak Qurh r FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 J REPUBLICAN TICKET J volt COUNTY JUDGE TAYLORUCHARLES ron COUNTY conn CLERK W S TINSLFY FOR COUNTY ATTOUXKY- IS M WOODWARD FOIL SHKItlKK R B MARTIN FOR JAHKII OSCAR MIDKIFF ron SUIHUINTKNKKNT Ol SCHOOLS JAMES M DEWEESE roi ASSESSOII I I SAM W LEACH ron HUHYEYOU NATHANIEL MOTLEY run coiioNrit JEROME ALLEN TUB toy pistol season is close at I hand THE new year will bring consola tion and new resolutions THE famed boll weevil have again invaded the Halls of Congress AFTER a man marries it is usually a year before his name is seen in print again THE Hargis assassination society seems to be in a bad stateof preserva tion just now WILL Vardaman attend the in auguration Gesaing contest will close March 4th IT IB quite pleasant to note the im provement of the little peopleaC- hristmas e time approaches WE will report several marriages r in our next issue They would not occur if announced in this one A RUSSIAN won the sixday race in New York Evidently he had sere ed under Kuropatkin m Manchuria FARMERS of Henderson count have fixed a price of from six to ten dollars per hundred for their present crop ACUTE attacks of heart trouble are reported in various parts of the county M S Ragland is kept busy writing prescriptions FROM the sublime to the ridicu i I was the placing of American beauty roses on the desk ot Ben Till man the opening day of Congress i THIS the Christmas number of THE EEPUHLICAN speaks for itself i and for the wise advertiser who speaks of his goods through its call umne ARTICLES have been filed In the I office of the County Court Clerk of Daviess county incorporating the T Turley Co The capital stock i is 875000 They have a branch house here t Tin more closely Mormonism is examined the more heinous it becomes Its practical workings aret war with the basic principles of mod t ern life and its uncanny influence has been too long tolerated WHAT a pity some New Years resolutions i could not be placed on Mark et Street between the post office and court house No crossing is used more and paving stones would act as a substitute for stepping stones VICEPRESIDENT elect Charles WI Fairbanks is being boomed by some- of his most enthusiastic friends tor the Presidency in 1008 The Indiana i gentleman ioJ Presidential caleber I andaccording to most recent prece i dent he is certainly in line for the honorITilE Supreme Court of the United States in a recent opinion by Chief Justice Fuller held that all railroad cars including locomotives should be equipped with improved automat ic couplers This will he hailed with approbation by the railroad employesI and we see no reason why panies will not be benefited THE revival service at the Baptist church is yet in progress Services are being held there times per day and business houses are being closed dur the afternoon service Rev Foster of Louisville haa been preaching some earnest and forceful sermons and a goodwork is being done for the town and community adjacent thereto IT becomes more clear as the 8100 000 Marcum damage suit advances that Harris Callahan and company supposed officers of the law in Breath itt county are in truth common out laws whose political opponents ar stricken down by their hired assassins with assurance that they will be free from molestation for thair bntil crimes SENATOR J 8 C BLACKBURN is cinfident that when the juvinile Gov ernor of Kentucky informed the Leg wasynot a candidate to succeed Blackburn in the Senate he did not disclose h full hand but kept the trick card up his sleeve In consequence of this belief Dear Joe is scared lest his senatorial berth be snatched from him by some member of the Beckham machine TILE Lexington Herald published 1 at Lexington Ky has absorbed the Democrat published at the same place When Col W C P Breck enridgo died a short while ago there WAS some speculation as to what would be done with his paper the Herald It developes that it will be continued without Democratic com petition as it has heretofore hud8S its absorbtion of the Democrat re moves all rivalry in the Democratic field IT WILL soon be time to begin thinking about the great Ohio county Democratic Derby The chances of nominating a winning ticket vere never more promising Hartford Herald The editor evidently looked in Websters dictionary to find the necessary descriptive word Ho it to be Derby which means a rac between horses three years of age We presume however that donkeys of same age could be entered in the rate but we are skeptical about their chance of winning I THE man who impugns the character of his fellow man should do so with ex I treme caution The character assas I I sin is lower in the scale of civilization than he wHo steals upon his victim at the midnight hour with a dagger I A malicious falsehood inflicts an in I jury for which there is no atonement Ample apology should always he acceptedbut it by no means entirely removes the stain Gossip i ing is less criminal but it eventually leads to the crime of grater magni tude Every one who attends to his own business is kept busy The liar in business m professional life in social circles and in politics is the most nni gerous and malignant member of so Piety To Form a p nersbiPIDr Joe D Taylor is taking a post graduate Medical course at Chicago and will return about the middle o January when he and Dr A F Stanley will form a partnership Icr the practice of medicine They will occupy office apartments in THE RErun LICAN building the present office ol Dr A F Stanley These are two ot the countys best physicians and will evidently command an extensive practice 0 Ferguson Stock Co McHenry Opera House December 26 27 28 u I A Source of Pleasure Ferguson Stock Co in Tragic and Comic Drama and Vandevllle performances at Taylors New Opera House December 29 30 31 McHen rys Opera House December 26 i z- SClosing Out at Cost Prices now ruling at Fosters Cas- Store 3 cans Polks Best Tomatoes 250 3 cans Mustard Sardines 250 is cans Blackberries 250 3 cans Polks Best Ptas 250 3 cans Heinz Baked Beans 250 3 cans best Kraut 250 3 cans best lye Hominy 250 16 bars Red Wrapper Soap 250 16 bars Big Deal Soap 250 16 bars Lenox Soap 25 c 6 bars Ivory Soap 25 c 6 bars King Cole White Tar Soap2sc 3 bars fine Toilet Soap roC 3 boxes Rubnomore ioc 10 boxes PeArline 25 c 3 boxes Axle Grease 25 c 2 boxes Cream of Wheat 25c 2 boxes Popcorn 5 c 3 balls Pop Corn 5 c 5lb box Union Oats 200 2 Ib box Hawk Bye Oata 15 c ilb box Victory Oats 4 c 6 Ibs Rice 25C z5ec 4 Ibs Batter Beans 25c Best Cream Cheese 15C Ib Best Wafer Crackers 150 Ib 2 byes Currants 15c 2 boxes Seeded Raisins 15 2 packages Lion Coffee 25 c 2 packages Kisme Chewing Gum 5 c 3 bottles Vanilla ioc 3 bottle Lemon ioc- i package of Elastic Starch 4 c I box Bird Seed 4C sz packages Grape Nuts 25 2 packages Cero Ftuto z 2 packages Force 2oc Everything else that is now le r goes in proportion FOSTERI The Kidneys When they are weak torpid or stagnant the whole neS1Iectheed the warning of the I aching back the bloated face the sallow complexion the urinary disorder and begin treatment at oncewit- hHoodsSarsaparilla I whichcontainsthebestand safest curative substances For testimonials of remarkable curs send for Book on Kidneys No 8C L Hood Co LoweM MOM EveningIJr young er set began December 17th when Dr and Mrs S J Wedding gave a party in honor of the fourteenth sans veraary of their daughter Miss Nora The hostess arrayed in a becoming costume gracefully welcomed the guests as they arrived Games fur tunetelling and conversation made the time pads xll too swiftly until nine oclock when the refreshments I were served in the beautifully decorated dining room Mlstltto draped tht cut tnir s and I theeceiling wr s hidden by a s i 1u it prt serration If asnowstorm ThtRh1 erc ILa ledttfh dlintl i f tslui eats and on the center a h nt Mi thlll V iuau hos es stood vns the bal j cake with its fill t er I lIhlIdoable j n lrs and ful au nou Lijje j ejoysd vuiuj fa tlmrs All In soon it wa time to rny JJOMI right The gutsts tort With them to their home happy tncm ties tl a most delt htlulteniny The little hostess received m my beautiful ents Those Invited AfarkatI Annie Keown Elsie Matthews NonieI Rhoads Mary Ida Thompson BdloI Thompson Ruth Riley Alma Bessie Collins Winnie Slmmennan Bulah Miller Sarah Keown Maiy Ellen Moore Lircna Ford and DeraI Bean Masters Ney Foster ihrtinI Thomas Robert Bennett nett Willie Riley Joshua Fit Ids Douglas Felix John Marks Byron Foster Henry Griffin Orville Miller Harold Holbrook Roy HeavrJn Ray mer Tinsley nnd Trimble Pendleton RemembDecemberl Stock Co at TaylorsI New Opera I Meeting ot Pension Board The pension lnar composed ot Dis Wedding Taylor and Smlh held its regular meeting Wtdneu day Those who were examined were Edwin Forbes Fordsville James Pttnn I O vensboro W Mai 1tin Trtvlnr Mims arid Andr o Crowe Utica All were examined lor an increase in pensions I High class VandevilleIa special Furguson Stock Cos entertainments h KincneloeEverly On last Wednesday afternoon at the home of the brides parents Miss Clara Everly and Mr R H Kincbe loe were united in marriage The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs T J Everly and is a beau bill end charming lady of rare so clal attainments and her sunny tits position has won for her many friends Mr Kincheloe is an energetic young farmer and is noted for his pleasant and agreeable manner Rev J T Casebier spoke the words that made them owe Immediately after the ceremony they went to Mr Kincheloes beautiful country home near Centertown where a nice sup per had been prepared for them cADyeing Mans Story- I am ready to dye clean and prey Hens and Boys Suits and Ladles Skirts recollar Overcoats repair Shoes and Boots and put on rubber Heels make and repair Harness pa aad repair Saddles- c Come and see the Dyeing Man iCH L LEACH Tailor Shoe and Harness Shop Beaver Dam Ky tRIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription- For mankind That cent J1 cletlll enough for iwunl occasion TUo Inuilly bottle CO cent cuntulnan supply or a year All druggists veil them t The Latest Things- Christmas Id I V1 I NoveltiesCon- stitute an array of atlrartive find arli tit Merchan dise that has never leforc luin equaled in points of usefulness or beauty They comprise everything that tj is tasteful and enticing and are sniveled in points of val ue and acceptability to suit the rich and the poor tile young and the old In fact all can be suited both as regards the desires and the poekcthuod This elegant array of Christmas Novelties chit be found at the store of ill Wayne Griffin Bro Where as usual ChristmasShoppers will find head quarters lot Holiday nods of all kinds In the realm of Toylom you will find everything to suit the fancy Stud desires of litttle folks while fur the older people there are articles which wore selected to suit the var 4 x ious ages und financial circumstances Something now in lea line things that you never saw before Articles both useful and pretty valuable and inexpensive It is undeniably th- eGreatest 1 and CheapestL- ine of Christmas ioods ever shown in Hartford Fine lines of Presents for grownup people including Im ported Chinaware Sterling Silver Novelties beautiful Iarlor Lamps Fine Pictures Bisque Ornaments and elegant new style Vases Then there are Trinkets galore ioc the children Kvery age can he suited every taste grati fed Its just a matter of selection With every opportunity for a choice no matter what kind a 1rY present you may want Call and Make Your Selection IBeforo Iho stock is picked over Point out the goods will do the rest Santa Claus and Griflin LC Bro are in partnership this year and he has agreed to make our store his headquarters We will certainly do our part and invilo you to come and see that it is done well Bring the children and lot them make I their own selection or select the goods yourself In any event you cant fail in getting something nice and acceptable We cordially invite you to visit us and guarantee that your visit shall bo both pleasand profit able REMEMBER THE PLAOE ZWayne Griffin Bro HARTFORD KY cttDealers1 dries Prescriptions a Specialtyf 1 THE REPUBLICAN l SI Per Year In Advance t Hartford n Republican I = = = f FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 Illinois Central RalJroadTlma I Table INorlh llounil stn w 337 p in Nontli nnnnilt So 131 luoIlIIIIIIII No 101 due 2KI p in No 131 l1ulO S4i 1 in Pay Hose at Carson Co City Restaurant IH the place everything good to eat at City Res taurant Chester Rowe Centertown called to see us Tuesday Just arrived a fine line of sensible X mas goods ECONOMY STORE We have lots of nice Jackets at re duced prices CARSON Co Sterling Silver novelties at the Economy StoreIDolls and Doll furniture atIBROWN MURCANTILI Co- McHenry Ky If outfresh Crackers you t know where to get them City Res tauiant Santa Claus has again decided to male his headquarters the Econo my Store Freshand curd Meets Lard Kraut and Pickles at Moore and Crab treesIThe City Council granted license to jell spirituous vinous and malt liquors to Henry Nail TuesdaI Fruits Nuts and Candles at BROWN MKRCANTILR Co- Mcllenry Ky A big line of Hoys and ChildrensIClothing as good as the cheap as the cheapest at Sam Bachs lIaR SAGEMy two Story Resi dense MRS JULIA WRDDISO 2114 Hartford Ky Mrs1t L Felix and children areCo spending the holidays with Mrs Fe lixs mother Mrs Duucan at Lou isville 1 4 iT will clean and press Suit oj i I 1 Clothes for GSC Other work in pro portion For 15 days only Tele phone 83 or Arbln Petty Buy your Holiday goods here and- save money BROWN MKRCASTILK Co McIIenry Ky Bring your furs to Sam Bach the Hartford merchant He wll take all you vc gut and IIOU the highest cash price A complete line of Mens LadlesI Youths and Childrens Hamilton Brown Shoes every pair guaran teed can be found at Sam Bachs I r V Arbln Petty State Organizer nndI local Secretary of the National Benev olent Society can Interest you in the matter of an Accident Sick Benefit or Life Policy LOST Jerseyheifer i year old last spring unmarked Suitable 4 reward or information or return ALEX CURTIS or B D RINGO Hartford Ky Schroeters Floating Studio will be I at Hartford until Jan 11905 Prices on pictures range from 502 to 16 oo per dozen Come now and avoid the rashit the latter part of our stay tf FOR SALEA farm consisting o I Ina acres good buildings well wat ered located one toile southeast o Roslne 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 Ii y EsiRAYEb One black steer one red steer one red heifer and one white and red heifer ell about 15 months f old and marked crop off right ear and split left ear Information concern Ing same reward U S PATJGHT Centertown Ky 1 As has been the custom for several l years Hartford will have a Christmas tree at the court house on Chrismas eve Presents will be received from one till four oclock and the distribu tion will begin at 5 oclock sharp in 4 order to conclude before church time 5 Everybody is invited to participate 4 tl r Hr + iBig line of odd Pants at Sam Bachr City Restaurant wants your trade Snaglcflft Rubber ooilIt 3 50 at Carson Co Circuit Clerk E G Bairassweut to Lmtiiville yesterday Telephone your orders to City Res taurant Free delivery Try that delightful Fruit Cake at City Restaurant So good Highest cmh prices paid for all kinds of Furs at Sam Bachs An elegant new line of Neckwear jiist received at Sam Bachs You can buy a big Doll for a small sum of money at Carson Co Big line of Sterling Clothing for Men and youths at Sam Bachs Try a box of Nabisco and Cheese SandwichCity Restaurant Flnel A big assortment or Towels Napkins and Handkerchiefs at Carson Co All kinds ol Xmas goods at BROWN MERCANTILE Co- McHenry Ky Get your Boxes of Candy and Bas zeta ol Fruit at City RestaurantS Fine My what nice Fresh Oysters FishI Celery and Cranberries at City Resr au rant I Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt lcHver46tfCranberries and Sauces at BROWN MERCANTILE CO- McHpnry Ky Mrs Ida Tnppan Beaver Dam is the guest of her parents Esq and lrsj A Park Amos Carson Louisville is spend irg the holidays with his father J L Carson and family City Restaurant will have the nicest line of Fruits Candles and Nuts in Hartford for Xmas IBu our Scholarship In the Maossy College located at Louisville Position guaranteed A nice lot of Rocking Chairs Din- Ing Chairs Sideboards and Folding Beds far X mas presents at Carson Dr and Mrs A S Yewell returned to their home at Greenville last Monday after a few days visit to friends here Prepare for the to morrow You do not know what It may bring fortbI Join the National Benevolent Society- today New novelties in Neckwear Lace Collars Lace Stocks Hand Bags Pillow Tops and Umbrellas ECONOMY STORE 1 Chester Stevens who is a student of the Georgetown College of Theology Is spending the holidays with hisE parents here An elegant line ol Ladies Dress Skirts can be found at Sam Bachs Dont Fail to see them before purchasing elsewhere I have again opened up in the sa loon business in Hartford and will be pleased with the patronage of the public HENRY NALL The editor and wife attended the marriage of Miss Clara Everly to Mr Richard Kincheloe at Matanzas Wednesday afternoon Buy Overcoats Suits of Clothes Dress Patterns and Handkerchiefs for Xmas presents You can find a big assortment at Carson Co Dont argue that you were never sick never hurt and not likely to be It is always the unexpected that hap regtetthatwhilfa e member of the National Benevolent Society join today Mr L P Bennett one of Ohio countys rising young men in the employ of the Singer Manufacturing Company and located at Hopkins vine will be transferred to Owens boro the first of January Mr Henry Black mention of whose illness appeared in last weeks RE PUBLICAN died at his home in the Victory neighborhood last Friday His remains were interred at the Milton Taylor grave yard Saturday IMrs George Barnes and Miss Dora Beaver Dam and Mrs J S Glenn and son James Hartford left yesterday for Crawley La where they will be the guests of Mrs Carrie A Williams and Mrs Shelby Taylor and other friends and relatives Hon H P Taylor attended a ban t i tf1o Santa Claus Headquarters China Department- An endless variety of China that will ornament any home Read be low Gold Band Plates Bread and Butter Plates China Nut Dishes Sauce Dishes Salad Bowls China Pudding Sets Sugar and Cream Sets Sets China Cups and Saucers yrup Pitchers Chocolate Pots fete Our Vase assortment is the largest have ever handled Come in vV of sizes styles and qualities To many to mention Come and see them Prices righ- tChristmas Novelties Photo Holders Card Racks Picture Frames Photo Albums Candelebrns Fancy Thermometers French Plate Mirrors Sofa Pillows Fancy Sea fs Ladles Fancy Neckwear Nut Sets Fancy Medallions Fancy Pin Cush ions Ladles Purses Comb and Brush Sets Novelty Side and Back Combs Hat Pins Stick Pins and Brorch Pins Cloaks and Furs Nothing more suitable for a gift and certainly nothing more serviceable We have received for this Xmas tide a new line the very newest out Our special Christmas price for all 8 oo Cloaks will be FIVE DOLLARSOur are the prettiest we have shown for years We have them in Browns and Blacks from 500 to 5 oo Ask to see them ot the K K K Hunting Club i Mayfield last Thursday night j Mr Taylor responded to a toast in his j usual eloquent and happy way and acquitted himself as the orator and I entertainer of the occasion He was fittingly applauded by his hosts and fellow guestsjS S guest i at Elkton Ky J E Miller Frledaland was A pleasant caller yesterday V M Stewart paid us a pleasant call last Wednesday Mr J E Curtis of West Hartford was a pleasant caller Wednesday We pay cash for Hides and Furs MOORE CRABTRRE Col Edwin Forbes Fords vi lie was quite a pleasant caller yesterday Moore Crabtree the butchers have Ohio River coarse Salt by the barrel or retail onlmeLL ESTRAYEDOne Rone Bull Calf about one year old Notify Moore Crabtree and get reward Willie Moore who has been con fined to his room with rheumatism for some time Is able to be out again Dr E Duff Burnett of Louisville is visiting his parents Rev and MrsJ H Burnett during the holi days U S Carson HarryOBannon and Bob King spent a few days outing at Select the first oi the week Amount of game not reported Through the ingenuity of our townsman A C Taylor the people of Hartford will the latter part of next week be treated to one of the best entertainments that ever visit ed us f Gigantic Combine Between Fair 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 1904 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 folks we will show a more substantial line of gifts for the older ones suchas 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 Mitsisslppl Bubble The One Woman I Am from Missouri The Hoosier Schoolmaster When Knight hood Was in Flower The Mantle of Elijah Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Palch Lovey Mary The Choir Invisible Our series at 25c 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 Sac Com plete assortment Juvenile Series from 5c to 250 A visit to our Book De partment will convince you that wt are headquarters Toy Department Wagons Sleds Bicycles Wheelbar rows Stick Horses Drums Rocking Horses Tov Trunks Loop the Loop Toy Tea Srts Vitlins Toy Furniture Tool Chest Candy Boxes Baby in Eggs Harps Magic Lanterns Doll Beds Doll Swings Doll Cradles Performing Figures Ducklings Stuffed Dogs Toy Watches Water Pistols Monkey on Stick Boys KltesMesks Bugle Horns Rattlers Toy Sprink lers Mugs Pails Tta Sets Juggling Clowns Coffee Mills Steam Engines Toy Ironstoo many to mention all The biggest Toy department in Hart ford will be in our house Dont full to visit it Come and bring the chil dren SlipperyWe and children These would be a useful gift Prices are in the reach oieVery one Mens Neckwear and Suspenders There is nothing men appreciate more than the above Useful too We invite you to come and inspect the swellest line ever shown in Hartford Our Neckwear runs in price from 25 to 100 Suspenders from 25= to i 53 Christmas Kerchiefs From year to sear we strive to ex cell in this line We are confident that the line of Handkerchiefs this year are the prettiest we have ever shown We show them in prices from ic to i oo 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 Dolln KId Body Dolls Dressed Dolls Japanese Dolls Negro Dolls Sleeping Dolls Talking Dolls Sailor Dolls in feet Dolls of all nationalities Just think too that Santa Claus has tha prices sr low that all little girls catsget one Come and see them Take The Republican TOYSXMAS PRESENTS TO S i Santa Claus has been to see us and has left a larger Stock of Xmas Goods with us than he ever did before 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 Presents We also have an abundance of Candies Nuts Fruits and all kinds of Fire Works Xmas Goods will be stored on small payment to guarantee sa- leThe i Brown Mercantile Coi- rICORPORAi LD IMcHenry Ky wrc ra- r n JAPANESE FARMERS WIFE If the Mans Lot Is Hard That o His Better Half Is Still Harder If the lot of the Japanese farmer be bard that of his wile is infinitely harder She not only does nu equal ntuount of labor in the fiild but the cerelol the household and the respon sibility of the children also rests up on her shoulders From the earliest infancy a Jnpitle se girl is taught to be obedient to her parents and when she is about to be married her mother gives her thirteen rules by which to steer her bark on the rugged set of Japanese married life Among them are the follow itK 13k a way c kind to your mother iaLw and your sitters ln law Get up early stay up late atnigbt and do not take a nap iu the day ttth- ire a good housekeeper be eco nonicil in tv rythiug It is well for the happiness of girl who ie about to become a firm ers wife that the last two command ments have been so insdlledithat she is prepared to regulate her life by them The first to rise she is sure to be the lastto retire and when the nta l members of the fanny may be seen stretched on the fiojr taking their siesta the putient housewife may be seen mending some garment or else laboring in the field It is scarcely necessary however to train her to be economical for that is compulsory Before the farmer bas awakened from his heavy sleep his little wife creeps from under the mosquito net and peformes a hasty toilet prepar es the morning meal When the oth er members of the family arise the beds which are heavy quilts placed on the floor are carefully rolled up by the busy housewife and placed iu the closet there to remain until again required As there is so little furniture used in a Japanese house and especially in that of a peasant one would natttra ly think that the domestic duties would be very light Such hOWL er is not the cuss When the bedding has been remov ed the meal is then served in the same room All the rneuibern uf the family squat on the floor The millet or rice which is the principle find oftentimes only article of diet is brought in in a wooden bucket and the wife ludles it out serves her hus band first and oftentimes watts till the whole family have finished before she partakes of the food herself When the husband hes gone to the field the wile removes the dishes and washes them together with any pots that may have been used at the neighboring well or in the stream that flows just outside the cottage dQ9Ft These canals or streams are a great laborsaving institution in Japan and are used for many and varied purpo ses The farmer tired and dirty afIter his days work refreshand cleanses himself by a plunge into the running water As one travels through the country at one point one may see a woman doing the family washing in a stream Farther down the road the tired travel stalned pilgrim may be seen refreshing his weary feet by laving them In the same water At any other point travelers slake their thirst dusty urchins dis port theni elves and the overworked wife cleanses her dishes in it A Pleasant Pill No Pill is as pleasant and positive as DaWitts Little Early Risers De Vitts Little Early Risers are so mild and effective that children delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strong people say they are the best liver pilla sold Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m n THE MYSTIC MISTLETOE Once a Feature GI Pagan Rites It Now Belongs to Lovers From time immemorial the white berried mistletoe has played a leading part in Yuletide festivities though it has not always conveyed the oscu lalory privileges which give it its value in the eyes of the romatic youth of today Like so many other lea tures of the Christmas celebration mistletoe has been borrowed from the pagans of antiquity and Christian ed by the lapse of centuries The Petssin before the birth of Christ used the mistletoe in their farel pigsf ncorpc rte t t ritual It figures largely in Senml i navlau mythology Bnldur the son of Odin though a demigod was stAin by a spt ar of mistletoe a proofut its magic pwers 1It is from the Diuida oft Id Eng land however that mistletoe has come to us The Drnidical priests sprung it is said from the meat of the east the wise men who worship edat the cradle of the infant Savior held the mistletoe as their most sa creel possession and the cutting ot ils pretty parasite from the ink the tree which the Druids claimed Gut loved more time any otter wan at tendtd with the greatest 8olemnit On the Druids festival day n grruii procession leading two whU oxen moved to the mystic Thru the ox theirlhftrns and a white rebed privtt cMmb ert into the leafless hranciie ard cut the bunches ot intetUtoe with a gold en knife The oxen weic teen awe prrlormaed which the procession return ed to the temple in the forest and tht mlbtletoe Ws deposited in the Drui dical nrcannm Besides taking its place in the cell glens observances of the Druids th Inrten name meaning all healing wak made into curious decuc = lon Hsousto add to Its mysterious power These medicines were regarded fU cures for human ills generally whether of mind or body With the advance of civllizttion and the death of superstition tletoe has lost Its religious misI but not its popularity and the of England and of our own Sootherr j States are as eagerly frequented 11I mysletoe gatherers as ever were dark woods of time ancient Druid9I When you want a thc try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and prcilucojno nausea griping 01 other disagreeable effect Forialo hall druggists ni I u Suggesting a Variation Fifteen minutes after the son returned his father ax In hund1 started to the barnyard i i Now look here did said tb boy hurrying after him I donlIwant you to kill no fatted call account j Yew always wuz a thoughtful boy muttered the old man huskily j And do you remember dad how j I always preferred turkey to veal j inquired the naive youth The Reason J entered just as they were in the middle of the conversation And I kept carrying the dirt away from it he said and it kept getting bigger and getting bigger and gettirg bigger i IICIIcunacycarrying the dirt away from it it must in the nature ot things have kept getting smaller and smaller I commented upon this He looked at me unpreasently IIchumSufferers from sciatica should not hesitate to use Chamberlains Pain Balm The prompt relief tram pain which it affords is alone worth many times its cost For sale by all drug guts m TRAVELING IN INDIA One Must Hire a Native Servant or Endure End1essf Every one who goes to travel or live at hotels says the Chif cago RecordHerald must have a per sonal servant a native who performs the duties of valet waiter and errand boy and whatever else may be re quired of him This is a fixed custom of the country to resist which brings endless trouble to the traveler Many of the Indian hotels expect the guests to bring all their own ser vants both chambermaids and wait ers and are consequently so shorthanded that the traveler who comes without them has usually to wait upon himself On the railways a native servant is I quite indispensable for travelers are J required to tarry their own btdiry make their own beds and furnish their own towels The company pro vides a beucWto sleep on similar t these in American freight ca1 ooseIIvich car hasalsn n washroom l1tI sonHtiiutfj water But if the trcv lei wishes to be sure of washing his lcr in the nicirninjj and if he is wise be will send hip servant to the ntntion mafter beiore the train starts and ask to have the water tank filled Then a Hmdon with a goatskin tall of cater will climb to the root of the ca+ and fill it anti having descended will stand Uelore the door rind touch lip forehead every time the tnvelei looks tyarl him till he recetvcs o penny At the sting houiCH ftlorg tbtTf fthe servant will have to rain th i bit s and sod es or food and bring it to the cIr Jr r H s master sirr n waiters are prnvitlaU IPijHI he will htf hAiirl e rftTjiirii arrt vile H tend to all the rietalt nt iatchinj tlalna atdrnltainlr ingF A2ord servant can bf hired fur in a month Poorer b airM nt4 they are called run he engaged tir 5 a + I 3 a month andexpect 1m tie =d thewaelveM hut the trtgeler nut pay rlsvny tatty for hem If you want firstclass printing at a low price call on us We print Letterheads Bill Heads Statements Hand Sills ICalling Cards Business Cards Wedding invitations in fact anything in the printing line at the lowest prices JapsIcorner with a piptr cep on his heal but is given a piece of lighted punt anti must stand in front of the dtand hold it until it ili all burned Th length ot the punk df tends on the misdemeanor i r ltianIthe richest young man in England has to East Africa on n limiting i IIexpedition after LI Hfm e He has a large territory near Lake Victory Fyanzp when he intents toI eitablish 1 main fM trediug zhr f tlis estate which consiUs lIntrlI ri0prv in L jDJrji is w rthtivri 1000 O J lIrIqp I PROFIT I The matter of feed is ofI tremendous importance to the farmer Vrong feeding is i loss Right feeding is profit I The uptodate farmer knows i what to feed his cows to get the most milk his pigs to get I the most pork his hens to- j get the most eggs Science J But how about the children i Are they fed according toI science a bone food if bones are soft andundeveloped a fleshand muscle food if they are thin and weak and a blood if there is anemia Scotts Emulsion is a mixed the Cod Liver Oil in it makes flesh blood andmuscle the Lime and Soda make bone and brain It is the standard scientific food for delicate children Send for free sample- De lure tint this picture In the form of a label is on the of every bottle of Emulsion you buy Scott Bowne CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y SOc and It all druggists FOR SALE An unlimited Scholarship in the fatuous Massey Business college Call anor ad dress The Republican Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it rD ng New Discovery Fo f1nv91St2i1OS price ODtnttA Perfect For AH Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It fallt Trial Bottles free Subvsriht tor The Hartford Republican and tin1 LomsjnUa Ff rlildhOtbf1p IR I one vir for 812ji + a Mwa LSw- v 1 t4 50 VEAnS a EXPERIENCE MARKSDrVt COPYRIGHTS c AnrnnoeenHngaketehnoddeecrlltbatmaygntckly InviMitum tl lrlIn1 pit P onmumra Units trirtlyr mndcntiit HAHOBUOX on 1ntviita runt frI 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1I n tu if n 4iti o cil i I4 ti i li It nt Ici W I n t i WAnFN J I 1N11 O P A ll1tnllldiOI tJ OTHS G 1 A ft ty ljui vii v1 THE ItKiuuLroAx is pnpjirod to do your Job Irilltlll tr in a first class ID an nor tLea1 ESTATE 115Ir 4 tullos north IIIKtrioni In you 5 atfctc o- cultivrttion I 85000 2 arrrg nIl Rurkpott inIul condition good bail i inte 5 I 3Vot n era near Ian S acresihollow lend laLe goorl j upland rood hau Mt good I barns s4oj 10 term 33 miles Swam Sap j lur Springs Sj8SfQj 143 arres 2oj mtlrA Weal of HurtfoTd fine Und gold t hpov ID t y3U Ht alt i house and t cruf gronnd ajolainft Hatlcrl One hcua and lot on UnionI trttt5 roon8 H are lot In t nod condition 750oo 13 aura near Cetalvo 113 00 i32i acres land 3 miles Irotu liirlfard Part ol tile Crowit i Taylor farm two luirsus suf decent thubr to keep the j farm Soo 6ecreH 5 miles from MurtforJ or I1itdln burg earl goorihcre harttea and orchnd cud pnol water 23 acres in WOvd f2Ol S3 nres tic MlCilt1 crtck button lend bud buildIings 15 acres hill land i 66iro- 3f 5 acres five Ron h river bottom and near Hartfurdin fine state of cnl livitiin cheip iSS acres near Ceral vo 26 acres at Centertown All the above ands are b irjriiina Titles abstracted S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HAKTFOKD KY euro you for OTTO SPRUCE BALSAM i Our Free Proposition FI33T BOTTLE Gamso erul us lio will then Pend an order on IIrnKltletlIrOttoc Spruce Balsam la it can do accept It whateverNo nnd ho fnir tohlmsol The very 1IamdO8 toboDr Ottos In sizes I Southern Normal I UooQ CD BIG ROUTp tTIll ursT IINHTO 1 ladiarmpfJiS S1 n rln tJago A Ill poinis in Iixlinnn i A Iud A CirveiaidBtilTlitl q d New York J f Bostoi an Poinm i Jnformathnchtfun urn Mbtdu0 el piaatinn at City Ticket fpflrl1t Pour Rlto 59 4ll r rr v te I- dBJ rd n Geti At IL r t r- Jc qa O tt oat a l b w r Vart o ft ROCunrn AND orrtNDrn a JeL- r o 11 1 1ItLd v t i t MUJl e t IN ALL COUNTRIEO 14 i Ir II M iiHiittintftrr r f II I t I P rnlIr6rreatrrdleeExetuslrer tI o GU HHUi 3trtt cpp tc4 8Ulf r Uot oar VASHINCTON O C r r Work as good as best Mid prices as cheat as cheapest Give us your order and be convinced n n r ROUGH RIMER- TELEPiION GOMiA Y tfstreaeotaI rut Talk tr1t chrtlr1y- on r iyt fiimnUi tittfnt torte can buy rout own vhrtifi sad build your own Ijcs nd tt in dUlaacc wilL the wfaqV coun ty and business points jjJMieMnjKj I 1 only paying n rMs to third RuU h River Telephone Con ptUI cr they wilt Ins nt whole exptrnne if you any to We counct wth tIt In ilupeaUnt Companies For i artipu lllra call on S vl Stevens Mdnager j FOR SALE have lie sale at a bar gin a Suhola rship in tho Bowl ing Business Uollegtryr 1 Normal school dopartnient a Scholarship in Massey t Business College at Louisvillo For further information call on or address TlIB TxElUHUCAN = u I In order to Provo absolutely thvt vo can of all maladies pertaIning to Coughs Colds and all Throat and i I Lung Troubles Whooping Cough tlOUrl lolcbltls Asthma and Soro Throat rvo will vivo you un ongist and pay him a bottle of your drug If + DR GUM a strictly BclontJfio of peculiar virtue MADE FROM THE MOS not immediately yield to this remedy but tiro speedily anti porrampnfiyciiriil STUBBORN FREE jilon coupon herewIth Wo you what Dr Gum andwbut To Spruce Gum Balsam is sold two 25c and 50c School bo And AlohluJt anti tt Nil Av lt met guy the the IUIIH folks you talking unblu rerA the Hartford K- yLa Wo green the order COUGHS only I r CUT OUT THIS r For thleotTerntnynotnppearnkafn It to Co COUPONI r bey r dlseaso la CrIhnvofoyer trIed enpplymo Q o D1Ottoe6rucoGumllaleam but Ir you will r frleuderMrrJ IOIvoInl1 A1clrr8 WritnPlnlnl For Sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky r J BOWllllg Gr8 SIDScOii8i Ii I TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENTII One Thousand Students Will be in Daily Attendance During the Coming Year UNDnms of the 1111111 PnorlissrovAL alai 111 have ur3ranaJlu lIne the IianaType of Wrfttng Irnmnnshp lole rphy and Civil Service Any student who enters tin nUSUiIsJ Cowana I1I I cztraieharns1 1 i r r fmlf mention course wllnted when you write Catalognofreo hlresJ n TT ClihfiRT tcnerallianatlr L e r I r r 1- l o DFt f E NNERSjt1a All lr LtoI1I J1 + liiliiya J irf and ortuusrh heart drorID1t I triableBackacheAISO PiniFiK3 TW rioou GoalbuIf Limbs Badly Swollen0 Dr M 3L Fenncr Frodonla N YrDear Sirbout 1 years ego I begin itimpossibleily limbs vwro swollen badly nnd I c troubled with nn affection of tho lioart also all conilug na I BUIIIIO O from Kidney trouble wlittleI iukod Mr Dorronce tho druggist who linudls your goody hero and ho rccommcmlcil your Kiclnoy mud llaikacho Curo saying he hat succoiwfullyI all K me from my limbs and my heart trouble com pllol cured I have recommended this Remedy to a largo number of my acquaintances with the same suit I will gladly answer any letter from any onent KIMHALL PAUHISII MS Waihington St Cold 7ater Mich Sold by Druggists BOc and 1 Get Cook Book and Treatise on tho KidneysFREE u- JI = II RHEUMATISMand other ills produced hv disoasod kidneys can bo cured ARGON OIL is the ivnudyjits eHcct is nijirvelous rdiivinj almost instantly Try it and it you are slat satisfied your money will be chour ltilly refunded Ask you Druggist P5c 50c ARGON OIrl C k B 1 i m f ISO West Main St Louisville Ky 1 o +0 oJ+ lo + c + H Z fE B 1AUoaRft I r 31nny tIIIfIIII fir llIIllh 1I1I tK urn nn the atnrket hut tlu only one that + J hnx proven 11 nhllItl nod pasture rare for nil forma 111111111 Trollll t 1 xlurle trllli will rnuvlnr 1111 most ekrptleolof Its nttuxt 1111 HSuch IOWtfll Slrtdeonlrby tireiIIItIIFIGID IIItIt111CtICO + 1IIII lursnIt by itJ H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky +t + J++++01010 + + 01 + o +++ + ++ oo+++ CwtswccsauoM + naatra tvrxznssrmrrnr nn r T = t fA B tU ci f EDUCATIONfA liB a Iuhl lately uecesury to the young 3nju or you tig woman who would win succeai in life Thia being conceded s ot first imporlniicc to get your training ut tho schools that stand in ti very front rani v BRYANT STRATTON Business 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strong and well PAN OLA ban no equal for Indigestion Dybpepsln Catarrh of the Plead Thtont Stourch K vcls rylv tnu Kidneys I i La Grippe and general debility Made by the LiETCHPiRUJ PHAR A MACAL Co Inc For sale by A 11 I Kyvwrs1 J Subscribe Now dui r IBread of the Ancients IIIIII1Jlllllhlll feat Ifavejs ol ImHl thousanrtn ol yen r fi ive lifiiti in lit r lItlli tipacicldlH btHdU fret + Brnhui And liackvAlUuve no l3i ntmibw of p ciTirtin lounrt n KgrypfMtt u mra rttd Lit Iinr1 et Han cXflOiittd txmc cU Rhll bti j tin bet txlott the CjrJ tta c- rtiitEy1nn bud unv mole tinn 5 5 10 eij old brtt was stilt IC+ +K is this a si ctrtR1ptur in pirtd IJ y reininteed livtr pcniwt hirnciutu whiln dr Itcelj were plainly rJi ctrnlole IDc grnniot whih thrhral tv ust ct pijOtd tot iMttn r which la rein d to nor nwd ri what Thuse an trot Uniyptinii loaves hari the appear toHoer ol bdug chnrrd na if by firea rircumSancc1 to sLw oxidation throujhasut years was nice tamed by experiment that the same ifloit woull be pro luced upon new brtal by exposinv it fur fortyeight toms to a tempaturc of 220 degree Fahrenheit In either case the pro cess WHS one of combustion The yeast employed In mking the i ncitrt Land won probably oi tray 1en smr kind as the Iuelitts in the days th great Pharttoh the Oppressor used calling it leaven Tins was what is known nowadays PS a wild east its germs or sports being afloat everywhere in the air A bit of dough was preserved out of each hatch prr pared for the ovens and when this coat added to the next dough t yeast contained in it quickly spread through the whole only a little being required to leaven the whole lump I Hut when the people ot Isr al wei wamicrhip in the wilderress they did not alwa s have yeast handy and EO were obliged to eat unleavened bread The bEt examples of oH Roman hreail have been found at Pompeii which it will be remembered WHS destroyed by an eruption ot Vesuvius In the year 79 A D Forty elrht loaves were dugout of one bllkeshopI These specimens markedly resemble those taken from the Ivtyptian tent tnrl were origlonally composed of iround barley The ancient cliff itvtller3 of our own Southwest Indian corn and male their bees i it Once in a while n leaf of it is dis cJv lcd in one ot their deserted hourv vs and speculation is naturally indul ged in as to the degree ol its antiquity perhaps it is 30 or 510 years old In tint extremely dry climate it not decayed Worst of all Experience Cnn anything bo worse than to feel every minute will bo your last was the experience of Mrs S 11 Neweon Decatur Alit F oars she writes I endured iudigestiolib seemed inevitable wlicii doctors tin all remedies failed At length 1we induced to try Elect ri Bitters uu the result was miraculous Iun enutplelerecoeretl ll u e Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only 50c Its guaranteed by Z Wayne GriiHu Bro druggists m lToCalifornia ofVia scenic Colorado or true south Route Dolly through Pullman tundorl sleeping cars St Louis tot San Fianclsco via the Mirsauri payi fie Ry and scenic Colorado Ele gnat tourist sleeping car servives ev ery Tuesday and Wednesday from St Louis Daily through Pullman to sleeping cars St Louis t0lay Angeles Cal via Iron Mountains true southern route New sleeping car excursions vi Iron Mountains route and HI Paso a St Louis every Tuesday und The service and fqul is strictly upto date Roan trip and low rote one way tickets are sale via Iron Mountains or MIR sourl Pacific Rv for all principallcoolie points in the east From berth reset tionn and lull information nddressi I T G Mitlhews T P A Liuis le Ky or H B Townsend ii P T A St L UN M Op SRIHears theiha Kind You HavB Always Bought Blgnnturo fc-t vofgi0 The Weather Calendar The Chattanooga Medicine Co the manufacturers of Wine of Cardui andWI Thedfords Black Draught have just just Issued the 1905 edition of their Car Weather Chart and Calendar This Calendar with Its 13 sheets Id I3X2J Inches in size makes a ornament for the wall and is n us 1bow rJ I L 1 Wi flcquisiUon Ir any home or ofilaj on account of its displayed weather pre dictlcts The prominent number ITo h jeri HcrisJ a lit tnt s ai th colonel s oitl II a owiry r1ayIe AJO arliltvert ieceit primiiitnc iu i rtccuratt pre iicUoris oi the Krt tI O vislionSr Imin and Minvvot storms Mbd cyclonrs So iUaCd th- popnlllity ui these predictions that they ore prlta in 2 510000 of tiltS n8nlrndea and in 18 ooooo nt the Lidles Uirtlulay Almnnacs which are iisujd bjr the Chnttaoo ija Medicine Co each year Ve understand thrt 1 copy of this weather chart and calendar may be secured by sending lie In stamps to the Chattanooga Medi clue Company Chattanooga Ten n thY of out renders who hour not sc ured n copy of the Indies Birthday Umnnpc can gtt one by fendi their address to Ladles Blrlh Alnnnnc Chattunoo Tenn or oy calling on their druggist Be Quick Not a minute should be lost when child shows symptoms of crou Cliambcrlaiiis Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough ap pears tcjll prevent the attack It nover fails and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all drug gists m p BesthA truthful farmer relates that be put a porcelain egg in the nest ol a hen Bud found that the eggs she laid putrea goose egg in the nest The hen laid an egg just as large He was so pleased with the scheme that he put a whitewashed foolbeli in the rest When he went the next time to search for eggs he found one as big as n foot ball but no hen in eight Securing the egg he saw engmved it by hen photography these welds Im no ostrich but Ive 14done my best Later he found the ten itt irle the ejg Bilious Colic Prevented ofCoke a double lose of Chamber lains Colic Cholera anti Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the first indication of the lessee appears and a threaten ed attack may be warded oft Hun asdeeds of people who arc subject to nt tacks ot bilious colic use tho remedy in this way with perfect success For solo by all druggists m Come in Handy Nurre Did you ring madam ortdautIs biotic get the incu haunt up out ot the cellar and put NnNnre Ohbut matJaiu dAltdntuthat will do Marie we tent argue I am preparing n pay delalivenessdI aimply cat ne bothered RECrOR OFST LUKES Ashburnham Ontario Testifies to tho Good Quail ties of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Asbburulmm Ont April 18 l 03IJ I think it is only right that I should you what a wonderful effect Chamberlains Cough remedy h as produced The day before Easter I was so distressed with a cold and cough that I did not think to be able LC take any duties the next day as voice was almost choked by the cough The snore day I received an youray onto sample bottle and took about three greatdpletoly disappeared and I was able to preach three times on Easter Day I that this rapid and effective e sore was duo to your Cough Remedy make this testimonial without solidso tattoo beta thankful to have found lug such u Godsent remedy Itespect fully yours E A Lat feldt M A ector ot St Lukes Church ill To Chamberlain Medicine Co This remedy is for sale by all drug m Something Doing I Ethel Those two women are al together They have become like two sisters What does it meanKatherynYou are certainly stup They are both In love with the same man and are trying to find out much the other knows r HALCSrestores color to gray hair all the dark rich color it IJIVltyS The hair stops faIling grows long and heavy rrrPP JtI ssinnnlylL A1YY MrWIIVTIAMF MA IrNbYwMr A4YMILAYItIrW Nu EVERYBODY MAXES THE CLOTHtS VHITCA8 CNOV A QUART FOR Sc FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS The American Pharmacal Kvadsvllle ad fdasallV CATARRH In all its stages there should bo cleanliness Elys Cream Balm clcanfcs foothcs and heals membranehswap a cold In the head quickly 9 Cream Balm Is placed Into the nostrils spreads over the mcabrana and is absorbed Relief le Im mediate and a euro follows It is cot drying doe not produce sneezing Largo Size 60 cents at Drog Clots or by mall Trial Size 10 yenta by moll ELY 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Indgu1u110ICnlghteol Iythla meuttIIr Tuesday night Preston Morton Post 04 at It hold reg- ulnrmtrtlageSnturdnybeferonretsundaylnear6 Y ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to CGioradio9Utah 1 f K apnlIC Coast DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CurioatLCCTRIC H UiAiu lOIP III1i n Jli rI J r tr a I rWt w r rr G i i i fJw+ r fator MumitHa WtciKitoe Millar II Utters R T C MATTHEWS Tray Firs Alf Corn 22 scull to ewe tiLLc n c TOWCJCENn o P a T f OT LOUI C4ST RXAa theThu BoviW 8natTire et 1JS P3t fr t Hartford Republican j I j FRIDAY DhCEMDKR 23 LIVERMOREI Dec 20Prof W M Rush oni i impersonator of Lonlsviilc gave are vital here on Wednesday evening He is quite a genius in his line and made a very favorable impression Massie Bros have bought nbout 100000 pounds rf tobacco The UlaI l jority of the farmers nre holding their tobacco In hope of getting better prices Christmas will be celebrated extent lively this year in our town On Friday evening before Xmas the Methodist Sunday school will have exercises and Xmas tree rt the church On Xmas eve night the Baptist Sunday school will have ex ercises at church and Xmas tree The Presbyterians instead of having Xmas tree will have an immense stocking filled with presents for the children and the presents will b dis tributed on Xmas eve night at the Presbyterian church Rev T M Morton will preach at the Baptist church on Xmas day Rev J L Reid will begin a protracted meeting at the M E church South the first Sunday in January He will bs assisted by a noted singer whose name we do not recall Prof I S Mason of Fordsvllle was in town last week It is thought that he will be an applicant for prin cipal of the graded school at this placeMisses Lula Cox and Virginia S nI gull will spend the holidays in KanI sas City Mo at Miss Seawells homeMiss Myrth Hall will spend the holidays lit her home in Auburn Ky Alt V R Bartholomew left this morning fur Geneva Ohio to spend the holidays B K Ross of Cectertown has accepted H position as druggist in S J Tichenor Cos store Mr Espie oi Kuttawa Ky is in change of the Mercantile department J F Smith went to Owensborb yes terday A M Hackett of the Str Crescent City spent Sunday here with his f familyMiss Mattie Edmunds entertained f on Friday eve in honor of her brothI er William Edmunds who has just returned from St Louis where heI held a responsible position with the Press Bureau of the Worlds FairI Those present were Misses Bessie Cox Virginia Ssiwell Katherine Gary Mayme Hackett Myrtle Hall Edith Tichenor and Audrey Hackett Messrs H J Beard I B Rowe NorJ man Geary Ed Render John Rowan and William Edmunds William Mitchell and J J Ragland each lost a finger last week by get ting them canght in stave jointer at Qulggs MI11tAt a meeting of the McLean counI ty Medical Society last week at Cal houn the following officers were elected for the ensuing year Dr H J Beard President Dr J H Barrl son Secretary and Dr H W Gates Vice President and delegate to State Associatiou Barnard Tichenors store was burglarized last weekt But little booty was slolenCDr Beard was called to Runisey S last week la consultation with Dr Hansford to see S Huff who was shot in the arm while hunting k Mrs Homer Lindley who has been vcry ill for some time is much im pro tClIC7rrZTORYABoars therteKind You Have Always Bought fllgnaisro 11 d BEDA Dec 2IRev Moorman is conducting a series of meeting at the Dh E ChurchMr rach Greer has returned from Evansville niter an absence of two weeks Mr Sam Nave Owensbnro was in our town lust week 4 Mr Bennett traveling salesman for MackAY qnd Nesbit Evansville was here last week on business Born to the wife ot Mr L B Ticheuor on the i8th a g pound boy Both mother and child doing wellMiss Clara Bennett visited her sis I ter Mrs Tula Chinn Hartford last Saturday r Mr R P Bennett is gathering his corn on his farm near Smallhouse Several from here attended the TanuerMoreland wedding today at Wesley Chapel Mrs Berice Dodson who is atten r 4 v I rnt the Bryant Stratton Business pnrIentlluring the holidays Mr Lucien Atnbros und Mrs Frank Drake went to Hertford Tues dot VSVMcHENRY CoIMessrs Jim Lacefieid Tom Sawn ton and Misses Mary May Rose Williams Mary Heaplaln and PearlI MtdkitT Central City were among those who attended the ball here last Thursday evening Little Miss Bertha Toll is ill at this writingMr Charles Wathen has accepted a position with S J Tichenor Misses Etta and Lillle Thomas Hartford visited relatives here last weekMr Mitchell Smith has moved Into his new residence Uncle Greer Render who hits been sick for some time is Improving Miss Sarah Ludington Bowling Green is the guests of her sister Mrs H E Harper RENDER Dec 2oT 1 Brown was in Rock port last Wednesday Joseph Smith of Williams Mines and Miss Helena Fisher of this place went to Owensboro last Wednesday and were married at the Planters House Mr Smith Is the son of Mr and Mrs Geo Smith and Miss Fisher is the daughterof Mrs Annie Fish er Both are accomplished young people and we wish them much joy and happiness through their married life John Barrass and Miss Lucy James Hccnmpanied them Dr H B Innis was on the sick list last week Tom Gwynn was in Beaver Dam WednesdayB went to Rockport last ThursdayMisses Mndie Engleby LIzzie Jones cud Nellie Harris were shopping in Btaver Dam last Thursday Richard Francis and G T Wester field of Central City were here last FridayMrs E G Gwynn and Mrs W J Sloan were in Beaver Dam last Fri dayDr McKinney of Beaver Dam was our midst Friday Isaac Oser has returned from Lou isvilleV C Schlemmer of Hartford was here last Friday Mrs John S Spence and Mrs McDowell Fair were in Beaver Dam and Hartford last Saturday Mrs W R McDowell and Mrs Jas Felix of Central City were the guests of Mr and Mrs John S Spence last Sunday J O Bratcher Stevensburg was guest of Mr and Mrs E S Reid SundayW Owensboro was here on business yesterday Messrs Ed Mos barger of Louisville was here on business yester dayTom Barrass of Taylor Mines was here today on business Jno Carr had his hand badly mashed in the mines last night by a ma Mr and Mrs Isaac Harvy have moved to our town from Grayson county to make it their home for the future Mr Harvey is the carpenter for C C 1 Co at this place Mrs Mary Wilson of Central City the guest of Mr and Mrs Jno CarrBen Peters got his foot badly mash ed this morning in the mines between to Motor and cars lo OaSTC BXABeare theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE Dec 2zMoudy Gordon happened to a very painful accident last Thursday by cutting his fool with an ax but is getting along as well as could je expected nt present Mr and Mrs W M Baldwin of Went Beaver Dam visited Mr C W Stevens and family last Sunday Mrs J L Allen spent Sunday with her Aunt Nancy Stevens lips Orpha Stevens of this pae s visiting in Taylor lllnes by Mrs C W Stevens who has been sick for some time is no better Mrs Silas Stevens snd Mrs T R Black visited Mrs C W Stevens last SundayOne I N Phelps fattening hogs died mysteriously the other day Rev G W Gordon has begun leis f t fall purchase of tobicco- Giemian Stevens claims to he tin best rifle ninrktman in the country CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought I Boars tho- SIgnatura ofI IBUFORDDec 2i laughter Miss Ilnzle are visiting Charley Whallen of Tell City Ind Clarence Patton and wife of Beach Grove McLean county are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Bob Pat tonMiss Iola Williams returned home Sunday alter two weeks visit in this paceMr Herman Richeson and Miss Bessie Bell were united in holy bonds of matrimony Sundry at four oclock p m at Rev Joe A Bennetts They were accompanied by Tom Riley and Miss Carrie Bell Both couples returned to his sisters Mrs Dollie Potter where a nice reception await ed them Horace Bell of Hartford visited his parents Mr and Mrs Alex Bell Saturday and Sunday Homer Turner and wlfeare visiting at NarrowsMr of Cenrertown via ited in this neighborhood Sunday evening Merry Christmas to all and a hap py New Year is the wish of the wet ter I NOCREEK- Dec I 2oJesse Foster went to Livermore to dnytMr Herman Richeson and Miss Bessie Bell of Bufoni were marriedjl Sunday afternoon by Rev J nett at the lat ers residence near hereW R Stevens and family have moved to L M Wards residence A E Paris was here today in the interest of the MontenegroRhelm Music Co Sam Nave tubaconist was in the community last week but did not buy any of the weed The farmers seem to be holding for io and 12IS P Sanderfur went to Owensboro FridayIMrs Sarilda Stevens spent the day at Rev Cantrells Thursday Frank McCormick and family will soon leave for Artesia New Mexico where they will reside in the futureI My My Mr W F Stevens is all smiles It is to be a new sonin lawIPROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT- Dec 2oI noticed in last weeks issue where I had shook myself aodI ascended I got lonesome and thought it best to come back It may be the former scribe would like to take a tripMr Johnson and family have moved into Mr Claude Wards house in West Nocreek There is to be twentyseven families to move in and out of Nocreek school district for the next year 1905 Ellis Foster wishes us to inform his friends that he is doing business at his old stand this week License to WedIThe following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last report Fines Embery Neafus to Bertha M Keown Horse Branch J W Temple Livermore to Mrs Susie Heavrin Livermore J W Pierce Rosine to Sarah T McDaniel Horse Branch Herman Richeson Buford 4 Bessie Bell Buford R H Klnche Centertown to Clara Everly Ma tanzas Wilbur Garden Trlsler to Hosie Boyd Fordsville Noah S White Narrows to Mary M Mitch ell Narrows j J C Tanner Owens boro to Ethel Moreland Hartford Harden Wilson Caneyvllle to Z lla Wilson White Run George P Bur den Frledaland to Ally Farris Frledaland or oA sa T0aIABlare theThe Kind You Have Always Bought SignaturefZ sZ 1 RichesonBell- Mr Hermon Richeson and Miss Ocssie BH1 were united in marriage ReT Joe Add Bennett at his resl deuce on Sunday December 18at 330 oclock p m The young people are both from the Buford neighbor boon and each stands high in the community They were accompanied- to the home of Rev Bennett by Tom Riley and Curry Bell Tim RErun ICAN extends congratulations I I II t riv j IE P ARNES S BRO I Santa Cltius of from his at our store has The most t u11lel ltd and the he has ever had A and Toys from all parts of the world Dulls of every silo hail kind Books of every that run Auto ofall sizes Carts Iron Toys of every Toy Doll Tea Sets Balls Irons Wash Tubs and many otter and useful Old Santa Claus in of tho child ren have been fur in excess of our Ho has also his for folks the manias and papas and all the big show for Hires Shirts fancy Neckwear all styles Gloves Colars Cuffs Collar Buttons Cull Buttons Watch Chains Watch Fobs Scarf Pins New Hat or Suit Suit Case Trunk Military Sets Sets Cigar Holders Cigar Cases Necktie Boxes PresentsSuitable for Fancy Side Combs Fancy Neck Chain Watch Chain Brooch Pin Solid goM Set Rings Fancy Parlor Lamp Leather Bags Silk or Leath er Belts Manicure Sets Nice Rocker Jewel Boxes Comb and Brush Sets Mirrors Pictures Handker chiefs Furs Box Paper all kinds Beautiful Neck wmr Umbrellas and Kid Gloves for and Nice New Dress Silk Waist New Wrap or Furs Dress Skirt is very nice new black Petticoats will he new SAcques Silk Shawl handsome Hat lor street or dress wear Scissors that cut good new Shoes or Slippers Bags Silk or Leather Belts nice onehalf dozen pairs nice Hose and a nice Collar are a nice line of Clocks for the boll days at 250 350 4 50 5 oo and ti oo each Some handsome designs See them We are ranking special prices on Wraps and Furs front now until alter the I Seasonis Here Again Bring Children to the WonderfulSight annual distribution Presents headquarters already begun collection greatest variety musing amaxing known description Trains Engines mobiles Wagons Wheelbarrows ShooFlies Velocipedes description Furniture Buggies CJoCarts Drums Horns Hatchet Hammers Stoves Boards Buckets attractive articles cilbrts behalf expectations doubled former showing grownup Parents bring children Children bring yoiiV enjoy Christmas Presents Suitable Brother Handkerchiefs ShoesOvercoat Smoking Christmas Sweethearts Shopping Christmas Presents Suitable Sister Mother appreciated Dressing Shopping Handkerchiefs uptodate Clocks- We showing Milliney holidays The Toy and Doll the see Jewelry This department has never contained as many showingRingsof uptodate Fobs at 200 2 50 300 4 50 500 and 700 each Also Watch Chains at the same range of prices Cull Buttons Collar Buttons Brooch Pins and all other staple stuff in abundance Furniture There is nothing on earth thAt pleases a women better than a nice piece of furniture for the home our collection of Rockers is something superb We can sell you Childs Rockers at 750 fioo 125 Srso 200 and 2 50 ladies Rockers 750 too 125 150 i 75 J2 oo 250 300 3 50 450 5 00 to 7 50 each 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 department were never more complete than now and in connection with our regular lines we will have quite a nice assortment of Apples Candies Oranges Bananas Nuts in fact most anything Old Santa Claus needs to fill the childrens Christmas stockings Remember us on Suits Overcoats and Shoes Bring vs some Corn Potatoes and other countryV produce and get ready to enjoy the holidays with the children n Beaver Dam Ky I t The Hartford Republican4 Will make the nicest and mostapprecit ed Xma present you could give to your friends 1 Per Year in advance xtinVr Ny s r