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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I A V l kc ttzrtferb flqublican Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN THE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 30 1904 No 24 4MUST PAY DOTIES Uncle Sam Will Enforce the Monroe Doctrine But San Domingo Must Respon- to Demands of European Countries for Duties OTHER NATIONAL ITEMS I Washington D C Dec 281904 The United States will probably take full charge of the Republic ol San Domingo in the not distant fu tare This step will be taken riot with a view to acquiring possession of the Insolvent republic but with the 1Vj purpose of establishing it on a sound financlnl and political footing as was done with Cuba This policy is the Inevitable concomitant of the Mon roe Doctrine on which all American Presidents In recent years have so strongly Insisted Rllbu Root ex Secretary of War In n speech malt in New York recently Illustrated the Incompatibility of declaring that nr Huropean power should exercise force on this continent to collect just debts unless this country was Itself prepar ed to compel the payment of such debtP Investigation at the State Department prompted by Mr Roots declaration and rcVtnlH the fuel that the United States Is now preparing to take entire charge of the ports ol San Domingo collect the customs devote them to tle payment of Euro pean and American creditors and will probably take temporary control of the political organization of the coun try with a view to establishing It on a basis which will render further In terference by this country unnecersa ry To this end two ports have al re3y ben seized two more soon f will be and the remaining two ports of entry will doubtless be taken possession of a little liter their receipts paving been already pledged by the San Domingan government to its European creditors- In this connection It should be au thoritatively stated that the United States has no intention of taking permanent I possession of San Domingo In fact it would not accept the Re public as a gift although an agree ment may be reached whereby the United States will acquire a coaling station on Samana Bay The neces sity of a coaling station at this point which commands the Windward Pas age to the Caribbean Sea was ap preciated as long ago as during Presi dent Grants administration and possession of Porto Rico and the Pan ama Canal strip make its acquirement doubly important At present San Domingo Is merely farmed by a military oligarchy whlcttsaps the vitality of the nation maintaining a numerous army in idleness and robbing the unfortunate producer at every turn The military forces are r J moreover described by a native San Domingan as an army of Colonels k with almost no privates and they lcontribute to rather than prevent the numerous revolutions which have been the curse of the socalled repub lic Along about the latter part of Feb ruary a fleet of American warships will make their appearance off the coast of Venezuela and their commander will ask some very pertinent questions and perhaps seize certain Venezuelan ports unless President Castro shall perceive the error of his way in the meantime The r Venezuelan government has seized t the entire pro Jrty of the New York and Bermudez Asphalt Company after a resemblance of adjudication by a court selected for the purpose by Castro hlmsef and the explanation which Mr C ro has forwarded to the State Dep tment ot his reasons for expelling A F Jurett an P med can editor of Caracas has L rr pro nounced most unsatisfactory and President Castro has been so advised Sixty days will be given to Mr Cas tro to undo the injustice he has per petrated at the expiration of which 4 time he will in the absence of satis factory action be dealt with as the II rcca ion demands It has long been the pleasing custom of the Venezue an Prs dent to severely discipline those members of any court which rendered u decision against the gov ernment und in the case of the As phalt Company he calmly desolved newdjudges whcse opinions had accorded with his wishes In brief he has been ruling Venezuela as a tyrant end has broken laith with the United StHteH which protected Vent ztela Irom the vengeance of Great Britain md Germany and he must now be summarily dealt with by this country or fjreign powers must be al owed to interfere The President in seeking to 1m Dress on callers at the White Hous the importance he attaches to Com missioner Garfields recommendatlc n that corporations transacting an in terstate business be required to procure federal licenses Ot cours such licenses could be procured only on conditions as might be prescribed by Congress and the President and hit Commissioner of Corporations believe that this method affords the clue to the desired control ot the trust A- In the cpse of his recommendation that he Interstate Commerce Commission be granted the power to fix railroad rates until an endlts reversed by the court of review the President is certain to meet with opposition in Congress and there is no likelihood that any such legislation will be en acted at the present session of Con gress but the vigorous manner in which the President has tackled the problem of trust control seems cer tain to result in eventually placing on the statutes legislation which will pr ve efficacious in remedying such evils as may exist There is of coutse a tendency on the part of Con gress to make haste slowly with new propositions but it seems certain that the leaders will become imbued with at least a portion of the Presidents energy and his sincerity an shown in his application to a solution of this problem TEN YEARS IN PEN For Estill Darrell for His Brutal Crime of Criminal As sault Estill Darrell will serve ten years In the State penitentiary for criminal assault upon and sexual intercourse with his niece Lillie Thomas Darrell Thurnberry Spark 9 For the second time he was convicted of the crime In the DavleEs Circuit Court last Satur day by a juryand his punishment fixed at imprisonment for that time Bitter and hardfought has been the effort to save Darrell from the peni tentiary The crime of which he is convicted is under the law punish able by imprisonment in any term up to twenty years or death In the in stance of his first trial at the April term of court 194 he was convicted and the jury fixed his punishment at the limit except death and he was sentenced to serve twenty years at hard labor An appeal to the higher court followed where a reversal was secured on several points and the case re manded for another hearing One of these was upon the Introduction of certain evidence and the others upon the conduct of the the case by the prosecuting attorneys TAFFY Dec 21It has been requested that I write to your paper In the interest of the Farmers Union if you will allow me space A tobacco buyer came through last week and offered 7 and 2 for Burley tobacco and nobody sold This week two buyers came along ard only two crops were sold One sold for 8 8 and 2 and the other for 8 M 8 J and 234 Look out The price is cow ing Stand firm for I believe in tenor twelve days we will get our prices for the tobacco men are having farmers to go out and persuade farmers who dont belong to the union to sell at low prices Keep your eye on those men I a SHOT TO DEATH Anthony Maiden Shoots and Kills Rice Renfrow Jake Stewarts Arm Shot Off Trouble Arose Over Tri val Affair Anthony Maiden of White Run f little town on the I C R R In tin eastern part of the county shot and killed Rice Renfrow and seriously wounded Jake Stewart at that place last Saturday late in the afternoon Thre are conflicting reports BB to who was the aggressor In the diffi culty which bad such a tragic termination but it is reported that Stew art the man who had his right arm shot off and the only eye witness to the whole affair says that Renfrow was attempting to draw his revolver from his pocket when Maiden noticed him in the act and fired The parties with numerous others were at White Run and the crowd had been engaged in target shooting the prizes being chickens The origin of the trouble dates back several weeks when Maiden and Renfrow had trouble over same hogs when som ol Maidens hogs were killed by Renfrow in his Renfrows cornfield At that time they had a sharp difficulty but nothing more than harsh talk passed between them They had not spoken to each since At the time of the killing Maiden Renfrow and others were leaving Jno Alfords store to try their luck at tar get shooting when some one asked Maiden where he was going He re plied that he was going to shoot for a chicken Renfrow responded that it Maiden got a chicken he would get two and went after his revolver which war In his right hand pants pocket Maiden saw what he was do tug and fired one shot which took effect in Jake Stewarts right arm He fired again and it took effect in Rentrows stomach and he died in a few minutes Maiden came to Hartford Tuesday aid surrenderedand Is now in jail awaiting his examining trial which is set for today The dead man was thirtynine years of age and leaves a wife and several children Stewart also has a family Maidens reputation is not very good About twenty years ago he was in jail on a charge of knkluxing housebreaking and shooting and wounding The case was In the 10I cal courts for about ten years HeI was found guilty of one of the charges and sentenced to the penitentiary but the Court of Appeals reversed the decision Maiden is sixtyfive years of age GENERAL NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems Prince Inayal Ullah son of the Ameer of Afghanistan has arrived at Ca lcutta to visit Viceroy Cutzon The steamship Colorado of the Mal lory line just arrived at New York was damaged to the extent of over 20000 by fire The Japanese are reported to have taken 50000 Chinese into Southern Manchuria Tho mas OBrien a notorious confi dence man and alleged inventor of the gold brick swindle is dead A peremptory decree has been made by the French Foreign Minister that every employe high and low in the Foreign Department must shave off his mustache and beard A nitroglycerin magazine blew up Monday near Fluley 0 and rem nants of clothing found indicate that an unknown person was killed Dr J N McCormlck secretary of the State Board of Health Investigated the smallpox situation in the Frankfort penitentiary M onday and thinks It can be easily controlled A set of ruses were issued nqiring eVe J- y STOP THAT COUGH Colds Lead to Catarrh==Catarrh Leads to Consumption Nine cases of consumption out of ten occur In this way A person catches a cold Tho cold is not properly cured and they quickly catch another one This cold is dilly dallied with by no treatment or some for Free 1905 ery official about both give evidence ot successful vaccination before leaving the institutions Tuesday prisoner must submit to the operation and hereafter no prisoner shall be at the prisons unless the sheriff of the coun ty shallfirst forward a certificate of successful vaccination The Emperor of Russia has issued a manifesto which makes a number of decidedly liberal promises in the matter of internal reform It ses the enforcement of existing laws assures the Z emstvos ot the fullest measure of self government recommends a scheme of workmens Insurance extends the literary of the press and promises a full legal trial of all accused The first coal shipment consisting of i 5 10000 bushels to leave Pitta burg since last spring started down the Ohio Monday The rivers about Pltb burg presented the busiest scene In many months The holdings of the Green River Asphalt Company were sold by the Warren County Master Commissioner for 51000 the holders of the first mortgage bonds being the purchas thermometer fell Wednesday from 63 degrees at in oclock a m to 21 degrees at 10 oclock p m a difference of 42 degrees In twelve hours The rainfall since Christmas is more than two Inches The rainfall has been general throughout the entire Ohio Coal barge stage of water in the Ohio river la assured Two million tons of coal started from Pittsburg Wednesday and ten milt 1 w Miss Alma Llllla 506 18th Strt Rock Island Ill says t fOrtIteloped a serious catarrhal affection tof the throat and lungs I had a number of colds during the year and each left me with a little more catarrh then this bad cough was the worst I took cough medicines until I sickened at the sight of them But Peruna cured me up In such quick time that I am Its firm friend Four weeks constant use of It got the catarrh en tirely out of my system It all the praise be stowed upon It Alma Llllla that Is ineffectual and the cold continues Then they catch another cold and be gin to cough Then they take cough syrnps but they do no good By and by they got tired of taking medicine and give up In Their cold continues and thoir cough grows worse Then they apply to a doctor only to discover that they aro in the first stages of consumption lion more are to to A was eral the It a of an the ol and and the T i Dec 28 oS and all seem to had a Mrs W A Is in I at the of her Mr who is h 1 Miss of out in this way she took a of It too lato Sho had then a developed She took all sorts of as sbe it I at the of thom In four had her and Ler was rid of Is is all the Not a day and not an honr but some one has a experience with Tho first is cold The next is a to cure it The Is the of The the to from the head to the Tho fifth tha to the and It then in Its first At any time the of the the first of the cold to its final in the Pe runa can bo to the It cures has developed cases la a permanent cure havo been up by to dio of has Wo of testimonials that facts in tho enthusiastic U S John M tho following from DO date ot 6 1901 14 I have used at tho year or two with 44 It mo from an irri tho of in tho Presidential campaign and I am a firm in its la any such Jno M To take to a is and Tho way to a and more than is to cure the is does It cures the of the and the of a a of bo according to One ia the beginning will do more than a halt tho haa on tho i If you do not and satis from the use of at once to Dr a full of your case and he will be to you his ad vice Dr of Tho O Ask Your Druggist a Peruna Almanac IIpenitentiaries- to Every received promi possible persons ersThe valley deserves treatment despair HARTFORD COLLEGE- Kentucky Old and WellEstablished School Educated More Successful Women than Any School in Part During Third Terms Special Classes be organized conducted for Teachers paring to I Third January 30 Fourth 10 190- 5EXPENSESTuitionI for weeks in I twenty weeks in Board in private Catalogues circulars furnished L N GRAY President I O U LTZ President I expected start day severe wind storm gen throughout Central Wednesday attained thirtyeight miles hour and crip pled service the telephone i telegraph companies damaged business throughout country MAtANZAS passed have j time Taylor Hartford bedside brother Condlt very sick i Llllla Illinois started exactly Fortunately course Fornna before was caught several colds cough cough medicines until puts sickened sight weeks Peruna cured other catarrh system entirely it- This what doing while probably passes similar Peruna step toward consumption catching step failure promptly third stop development catarrh which grad ually becomes chronic fourth step catarrh begins spread throat step catarrh spreads bronchial tubes lungs becomes consumption stage dnring progress catarrh from onset settlement rolled upon stop disease entirely Even after consumption become thoroughly many have found Peruna After they given physicians consumption cured them have hundreds these most language Senator Thurston from Nebraska writes letter Washington under April various times during past most satisfactory results entirely relieved tating cough resiflt excessive effort believer efficacy trouble Thurston quieting medicines stop cough absurd harmful only stop cough permanently without doing injury good catarrh which exactly what catarrh bronchial tubes cough ceasesAt slightest appearance cough bottle taken directions bottle dozen bottles after catarrh fastened itself derive prompt factory results Peruna write Hartman giving statement pleased glvo valuable gratis Address Hartman President Hartman Sanitarium Columbus for Has Men and Other this of the State the and Fourth will and and for those pre teach Term opens 1905 Term opens April ten advance 800 Tuition for advance 1500 families per week 250 and free M SH Vice States velocity forests hindered Christmas quietly good Haive Fernna lungs Peruna declare Pcruna Peruna Pcruna should lungs IH B Mabry who has been quite ill of pneumonia has about recovered Rev L W Tichenor returned from Central City Monday where he had been called to solemnize the rites of matrimony between Mr J R Finch elne and Mis Addle Atherton last Sunday evening Mrs Thos Bishop has been the guest of her father Mr Jake Everly and family near Smallhous for the last few da ys Miss Alba Everly ia visiting her sister Mrs R H Kin chelae near Centertofft 1 I uH JHCIEBT RUBS UNCOVERED By Army of Archaeologists in Asia and Egypt Greatness of The Queen a Sheba was no Myth By degrees the historical truth of the bible narrative is being confirmed of archaeologists who areby an nrmy Working in Asia Minor and Egypt I says a New York special Jto the St Louis Republic The great empires oi the Mediterranean are being reconstructed by sivins such as Messrs Hogarth and Evans with the most satisfactory results and now R N Hall following in the footsteps of Theodore Bent Is bringing to light proofs ot the Emprie of Sheba in South Arabia which had colonies and outposts extending into Rhodesia The greatness of the famous queen of Sheba who visited Solomon is now shown to be no myth and Mr Hall was able to demonstrate to the members of the Royal United Service in stitute in London recently that the older portions of the Zimbabwe ruins in Rhodesia represents the monument of a colony of this ancient world powerIt Sheb that provided the world with the Phoenician alphabet the parent of al of our Eurorean systems and provided the chief sup ply of gold to the Mediterranean Sheba was the dominant power over East Africa and so remained until the Christian era was well started In 35 A D King Khsrabil was in possession of the whole of this terri tory The seat of government wes In Southern Araba and the exten sive Rhodesian gold workings out in Rider Haggards novel King Solo iiions Mines represent the activity oj a colony sent south to win gold Mr Bent who discovered in 1901 the phallic character of these ancient temples at Great Zimbabwe saw these rules while they were still buried but Mr Hall is more fortunate for timing the eight years which he has given to unraveling the mystery of Rhodesian gold workings large por tions of the temples have been cleared of the debris which concealed the original walls These ruins were known to the early Portuuue + e is 1510 the Arab gold ivory and slave traders first mentioning them says a writer in the Illustrated London News Alter that period the ruins were lost sight of un til 1868 when Adam Renders an Elephant hunter rediscovered them and later information came to be circu rated in England but the descriptions given were meaner owing to the fact that the ancient city had in the course of centuries become buried in the soil In 1891 Mr Bent visited Zimbabwe and later published a work on The Ruined Cities of Mashonaland Mr t Hall after his work at Zimbabwe 11ias caused u better description to be prepared and while confirming Mr 1Bents main conclusions in several receipts he carried the discussion as o the origin of the structures con sid raMy further The ruins are composed of three groups ol temples and fortsthe El vtical Temple the Valley of Ruins Intl the Acropolis ruins The area coveted is almost two miles and a tit In another direction and exami Iations show that probably they ex ended much further f The EHptical temple Is a massive structure of excellent masonry lash oned of small granite blocks The oldest portion has walls fifteen fet Aide at the base and eight feet wide I i the summit the walls Muriiug serious dilapidations helngI twenty I feet to thirtyone feet u height The slope of the faces- er1s to the building decidedly east I rn appearance The entrances are now and are defended by buttress I The temple contains a large v oaf cl jjussags al narrow and miens The interor is divided oft IttcloKures or courts At the f end of the interior shuntd n outs conicul tower thirtyone feet in d ht and sold throughout This trnrture affords evidence of the naI u and fertility worship of the an t builders f lute portion of the iuieriorefthe i vvp bas been cleared of soil anti t r fhhn from wall nrcl it is now le for visitor to walk about mt n + rIv Hl rt aersr J tigersYou can hardly find a home- f without its Ayers Cherry Pectoral Parents know what it does for children bre- aksCherry Pectoralup a cold in a single night wards off bronchitis prevents pneumonia Physicians ad vise parents to keep it on hand The bet couch medicine money can bur Is Ayer Cherrr 1 the couchi of ebn ten uotbing cmdd foolMy hI better JAcon HULL Saratoga Iud 25e5IeflIOO T o even CO AUtrlv for1oWIII IRu Throat Lungs Pills aid the Cherry Pectoral In breaking up a cold are found gold ornaments of excellent design and make also gold plates gold stacks of mlscroscopic size gold cruciloec still ontalning gold goldwire and gold brads In fact gold can be picked upas easily as nails in a carpenters workshop Other articles of prehistoric charac ter found by Mr Hall were scapstone bowls carved with arlnihls and geometric patterns are large birds carv ed in sc arstone on summits of beams lie feet org Ten of the birds have been discovered at Zimbabwe These figures are believed to prove the wore ship of Almaquah Ashtaroth of the scripture and Venus of the Romans and Aphrodite of the Greeks one of the principal deities of the nature and lertality worship common to all Sew ilitic nations The exterior face of the temple which fonts the east bears a mural decoration of chevron pattern one ot the oldest of ancient forms ot clcQora tion xpres ice of the idea of fertility It is found on the car touches of the earliest ascertained dynasties of Egypt about 6000 B C and on Phoenican coins where it is used to represent water This pattern extends from southeast to northwest and faces to rising of thesun at the winter and mmmer solstirs On the wall ab ve the pattern was a line of tall monoliths of granite and slate Mr Hall discovered that this length of wall once carried small towers and b autifully carved soap stone monoliths This portion of the wall so decor ated toward the east isbelieved to be connected with the geometrical orientation of the temple to fix seasons and periods os the year The system of orientation of and ent temples was commonly adopted in Asia Arabia Babylon Phoenlca and Egypt It is by the orientation of the temple that the approximate dates of its construction can be ascer tained The Zimbtbwe temple is be lltved to date back 1200 B C The Latest Impeachment Impeachment is a cumbersome remedy for almcst any disease or dif LIVERTROUBLES P l find Thedforde DlackDf1ftgbt a good medicine for liver dlsoaao It cured my on ntur ho had spent I MOO with dr itorH It U icine I takeMRa aitthutoediMARTIN Pukerubuit i If onr liver dos not act regularly go to your drui gist Fccure a package Thedfords 13bckDnuicrht take a dose tonight This creat family frocs the constipated bowel stirs 111till torpid liver andean +es secretion of hilt Tliwlfonls Hlnrk Drnncht will clcanfo thu LowIs of im purities mill tMviiitlHii tilt kid i nevs A torpid liver invites I colils biliousness chilli and Ifer and all iRannor of sick and contagion rpalo kidIneys rusnlt in Briihts disease j which claims as many victim us coriuinption A l25cnt j package d Thcdfords BlackIlltantht should always in tic house il I used The+ifarda Dlfcck Draught for liver and kidney com i net found nrthingto uxrel itVHLIAM COiF 1AN bkhwid Hi MuI THtDFORD 6lAIIDRAUGfIT i 1 Lithin 9 h ficulty Judge Swayne appears not to be nn admirable judge He has done something he ought not to have done he brs done some right things in an fjffsnslv way He has lacked that respect for his position whirl c ur teachers and preachers are r1 ways inculcating Yet he cannot he removed except by impeachment He I is finally charged with high crimes and misdemeanor the chief specif lion being that in charging 10 a aI for his expenses he only ied3The I other charges are that he hitS been guilty of oppression in imprisoning persons upon false charges of contempt of court and that his actions have been corrupt in bankrupt cy cases that he has not been itu partial that he appointed a friend PS United States Commissioner that he is a nonresident and that he made a junketing trip on a railway which is under his judicial control the whole expense being paid by the receiver who wa appointed by himself allof which is denied though the per diem business is not disputed These are reasonable grounds for the removal of executive officers but when a judge is guilty of them he must be formally indicted tried arid if convicted incapable of holding any office herealter There have been heretofore seven impeachments and only two convictions The list is as follows 1 798 William Blount UnitedIStates Senator for Tennessee with inciting Indian troubles the lower Mlssifslppi acquitted 183Jno Pickering United States District Judge for New Hampshire charged with drunkenness and pro fanity on the bench and making tin lawful decisions convictedi18 5 Samuel Chase Justice of the Uuited States Supreme Court nccup j ed of misconduct in political trials i acquitted 1830 Jap H Perk United States Dis net Judge fr r Missouri charged with misconduct acquitted IS62West II Humphries United States District Judge for Tennessee charged with organizing rebellion conlctedIof the United States charged withI violating laws of Congress a ted1S76Wilnanl W Belknap Secretary ol War charged with accepting a br b acquitted on a t chnlcahtIIt is plain that the somewhat favorably dispcsed to the accused and inclined to pass over of fenses which if committed by execu tive officers would lead probably to removal for cause or else a repri mand and an injunction not to do It again Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity is constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A recent expression from T J McFarland Bentorvillo Va serves as example He writes I had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being henefitted Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists Triiil bottles free regular 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sitting on his haunches under a blueberry bush 1 and gorging himself with the berries Both hunters fired and the bear with an ugly growl disappeared The men hastened after him bu were unable to overtake him For hnll an hour or more they followe- o the trail Then nil at once they came t I tearing In the clearing was II Pbm and on the porch of the crb s t the brown bear with one of h l lorelegs in n allnt The hunters were greatly take nbsck ns may well be supposid but ware still able surprised when NLW a man hastening toward thcyI with n gun They turned and taut 1 the men alter them They pot away i in rafety and learned nUerwnrd tbs the heRr TKIS a family pet tilt owns of which wu naturally angry at fint- i1hg It illHeated Worst of nil Experience Can ttiything lie orsu than tu rue that every minute will lie your lust Such tats the experience of Mrs S 11 Neweon Decattir Ala For lYllurclllin8ulfernhlo stomach and bawl trouble Death i geemcd inevitable when doctcra and all remedies failed At length Iwa huiuced to try Electric Hitters the result was miraculous I un proved at once and now Tincomplete ly recovered For Liver Kidney Stoniacli and Bowel troubles Electric I OalAe Gciflin vt Bro druggists m Old Sews ReFkd iJnniry IIpplneet I A watched put never boll over A word to the wise is wasted- A rolling stone gathers much ex jKticuce A party and his money ate soo Tooled Modesty In the best policy- A company Is knowtOVy the men it keeps Discretion is the unpopular part oI raloi Time and tide could wait for no ontnn A Ploasant Pill No Pill is as pleasant and positive pcWitsand eilective that children delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strong people eay they are the best livor pills sold Sold by Z Wayne Griffin A Bro in b Care of tfte Bathroom Nothing is so hard to keep in per fect order as the bathroom and nothing requires more constant at tendon Pipes are the most important part If anything is wrong with them the whole family is in danger for half the diseases contracted in winter the time when people are more or less closely housed say be traced to bad pipes and drainage Bathtub and basins should be kept immaculate not just ordinarily clean as a servant usually leaves them they should be cleaned and cleaned with good soap and a brush with1ralways keep ready for just such work For woolen cloths are the on ly things that will surely take awy that little dark ring that forms no matter how little you are Glass or porcelain or nickel plated fixtures come for almost every possl ble article a bathroom needs Towel racks of glass are considered more sanitary and cleaner looking than if of any other material Glass shelves small thick sheets of glass sup 1 ported by nickel clampsare uses INickel soap cups and sponge cups come to slip over the side ot a bath Mini Their Proper Treatment nail Cure coldsIs a chilly feeling sneez tag or a tickling in the throat The most- requent of external causes are draughts wet or feet or going from hot rooms suddenly into cold ones More frequently there is nn inner cause the the blood caused by constipation or biliousness Almost the symptom Is the feeling of cold in the feet increased discharge from the nose No one ever takes cold unless const or exhausted and having what we call malnutrition which Is attended with impoverished blood nnd exhaustion ofnerve force consiitlafc of large portions of alcohol iron or cod liver oil do not bring the desired chnngrs in the blood because the do not ejitet the Istem and are not exceptiontblond ci1I when it dotS conic in thedcontains no alcohol pod offers a reasonable ind scientific method of treating the blood h the nutritive functions of the Discoveryn foodstit natural USMIC builder will be digested and assimilated PirrccsnGddin ing just IlfCMll for diseases of tiers aCb tub and hanff there out of the way yet conveniently near A word about your sponge Those j porous rubber sponges are generally conceded to be more hygienic than j the old fashioned sea sponges which i are very hard to keep sweet INlckt furnishings tarnish though not In GS ugly a way as almost uoy outer metal does They should be j gone over carefully one day in every wedk with a good clashing aud pol ish iiI r powder I In tfie basins and tub sdouKi be i dropped little of so t erood disin i lectcnt shout once a week every dny if there Is sickness in the house j Ior tt sickness Is prevalent in the negkborhood Soap cups and tooth brush hangers or holders drinking glasses aud every utensil used In the room should be carefully walled ot every day and finished oil with another woalei rlL P Doafnoss Cannot bo Cured Hy local applic tioiita3 they cannot retch the diseased potion of the ear There is onlyone way to cure deaf ness nod that is 1y constitutional remedies Dcafncee caused hytUt tuucoufnlining of the Es tiicliiun Tube When this tube is inlltimed yoc save a rumbling ao+ rudor imperfec hearing nUll when it is entirely cloe ed Deafness is the eu1t and unle the inflammation crn be taken out 110rmallcondition forever nine caeeeout of ten are j erased by Catarrh which is nothing lust an iillamod coalition of the mu cotta surfaces We will give One Hundred DoJltrtJI for any case of Deafness catarrh that cannot be cured by 1 Hells Catarrh Cure Send for cir colas free F J Cheney it Co Toledo 0 fiord by Druggists toc Take Halls Family Pills for con tiptition in A fDR HNNERS GOLDEN RELIEF 3Wc unypuln lusldo or outlix votii a to 5 uiluutvs 1 Something on His Works Helen Sherman Griffith in January Llpplncotts writes- A certain old darkey preacher who aboarded round among his parish loners awoke one Sunday morning feeling far from well He made one j or two warts to rise but his head swam and ached and he felt the mis cry Inevery bone Brer Johnson Brer Johnson he called to the worthy Deacon with whom he was then domiciled Brer Johnson I dar to goodness I jes cawnt preach din heah moain no how Is sick dats wat I is Yon all jes go np to de meetinhouse an tuck up a uotlce to say da rdar wont be no preachln din mouin It Aw Elder Dusenberry you hadnt ougHter gib in to de ills ob de flesh lak dat said Deacon Johnson reprovingly You mak a effort to rise mah Idea Shame de debbil an his pains 11 lash yo Tlnk what a disappintment yous gwine to gib all dew iiiggah lettin em get all fixed j cv up fer meetln In del r bes clothe- an 5I den fin dere aint gwlue to noneSo spake Brer Johnson with much more to like purpose Thus admon- Ished t ie pracher rose and I wit many groans and lementatlons dressed A hearty breakfast and a tur- in the fresh air give him the strengt of mind and body to face his congregation ahd us the services proceeded he warmed to his work delivering a u even more fervid discourse than usualWhen he arrived at home alter m pt1Pg Brer Johnson greeted hi n anxiously1 Well Elder Dusenbcrr how you feel he asked solicitously- Oh I feel lust ratel Brer Johnson Spry as a Ittarrow I is An I wants to thank you Brer Johnson fur stirrln me up dis mawnin and keep in me in de pal of duty Oh dats all right Brer Dusen berry dats all right I knowed youd be all right as soon as you go dat sermon out ob your syseml Sufferers from sciatica should no hesitate to use Chamberlains Pain Balm The prompt relict from pain which it nilords is alone worth man times its cost For sate by all druggists m f j CASTORIA i For Infants and Children j The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the Signature o Time for RejoicinriAll Russia was rejoicing The Czar palatialllibrarya and look in his blight blue eyes The Czarina i was the picture at happiness itself a she lounged between the oldgold tap I i estress in her budoir a flesh of testa cy standing out on the cheeks tha were usually so palHd Outside tho cuJussal palace tire Gzsrs subjects were humming mer anthems of praise The ktbltkas tha- thtrtied to and fro held only cheer occupants who had tidings of gladness for everyone whom they enl an tered Kiosks were beautifully deco ratedThe good news had spread Iron th borders of Hungary to the Black Sea j The peasants forgot their haN struggles for the right to exist and weri filled with gratification rt thf message which hal gone forth front the Palace Patriarch and the nobii ity were raising glasses of kuuis and toasting their grand rulers Al Consumption I j 4J There is no specific for I consumption Fresh air ex ercise nourishing foodand Scotts Emulsion will yislions of people throughout the goodhealth Q From time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver oil for consumption Of course the patient couldnot take it in its old form hence it did way little good They can take SCOTTS EMULSIONand time There is no ail not excepting butter so easily theIform of Scotts Emulsion and that Is the reason it is so helpful in consumption where its use must be continuous c We will send you a sample free Ii Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrap ref of every bottle of Emulsion you buy Scott Bowne Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York soc andti all drug jliti cj r was gayety where bef re dreary sir lence and expectancy had reigned The black cloud which had been hoar ering for so many years over the Great Bear hal melted into sunshine and hits golden effulgencieslit up the broad mirthful countenance happenedItthis hilarity this dissolution of srrow and gravity Hag the war event wally ender Not at all The little Czwadine Alexis had just donned his first pals al pmts IBeQuick Not a minute should be lost when croupIas soon as the child becomes hoarse 1or even after the croupy cough ap pears will prevent the attack It n ver fails and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists m tHeTook it Back In a certain town in Western Mas prowinentta Presbyterian brother These are neighbors and for the most party dwell on good terms except when they try to effect an exchange of hor ses or to talk religion Oa one occasion the two had traded horses and although the outcomt rankled in the breast of the Methodist they had met and started a discus sion on the subject to predestination As usual an altercation ensued when the Methodist lost conttol ol himself With mixed emotions con vlniIIYoUle a robber p liar and a Pres PiesIi tare Presbyterian got the best of it oponcntsbe said s- Take it back take it back oc Il bump your foolish head ofl Ill take fc bask gasped tbe van quashed Methodist on the first two lialtPresbyteriata Billows Colic ProveKtod Take a double lose of chamber llJlind Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon as the first indication of the disease appears and a threatened attack may be worded off Hun deeds of people who urc stbject to at tucks of bilious colic use the remedy iu this ray with perfect success For sale Oy all druggists m The Alillcreek Phifosopher The too hilarious Chrctmas Intro duceth to the headache Train up a child in the way he should go and when he groweth up he will show you how little youI knew about it The banker is judged by the Chad wick company he keeps The early advertiser catcheth the usufructThe I of the frerc led financier I Cease to do evil learn to do your t competitor A Icbe in the house isa wellspring I of Christmas demands f Driven to Desperation Lifolug at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven to desperation in case of accident resulting in Gurus Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a sup ply of BuekleusJAruica Salve Its the beat on earth25c at Z Wayne Griffin JBros drug stare m he Women ofKertuCky The Kentuckywomen is simply the Venus of Milo in warm healthy flesh with grace in all Her motions and when ta love heaven in her eye She has the American capacity to adapt herself to fresh conditions Her nerves Slave not been set oa edge by Atlantic east winds and she has a broad and sympathetic nature Mothers BoJ Careful Of the health of your children Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Stop them in time OncMmute Cough Cure is the best remedy Harmless and pleas ant Sold byZ Wayne Griffin Bro m aaWhen you want a pleasant purga tive try Chamberlains Stomachand Liver Tablets They are easy to take and producono nausea griping or other disagreeable effect Fur sale by all druggists m W1 SS wav beenin 1 Our all anti has been made under his sonal supervision since its perIAllow no ono to deceive 011 ill tExpcrimcntsInfouts ftnd Children Experience against Experiment f What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sloop Tho Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears the Signature of The KM You Me Always Bought Bn Use For Over 30 Years THC 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Diseases are on the market but the only one that H bas pruvan to bo nn absolute and positive cure for nil form of Ieumlo Trouble Ix L fg jrmulituHi Inc Kormiloby iJH WILLIAMS Hartford ICy 4++ tt+ t t+ t+tt+ttt+ + +T+fa + +f+ iH ++++f 14++ O 1c 0 t- lq S I t Hartford Republican Issued bv the llnrttonl 1iilillnhlng Company iMniirnttAVEU tJ K NUIIIIMIclllor = JaOt cZ Gumoerlan5 Oi aough 1r8r 2 FRIDAY DECEMBER 30 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR HEIMIKSBSTATIVE CHARLES C BEARD Jon COUNTY JUDGE W B TAYLOR FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK W S TINSLEY FOR COUNTY ATTOnXEY- K M WOODWARD A FOR SHERIFF R B MARTIN FOR JAILER OSCAR MIDKIFF FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DEWEESE FOR ASSESSOR SAM W LEACH FOR SURVEYOR NATHANIEL MOXLEY FOR CORONE- RJEROME ALLEN MR BRYAN says he has had enoug advice In all probability that why he is so liberal with it How often it is that we are ten ered tree advice which if followed would be very expensive after all FOR the past two weeks we have I given the advertisers most prominent positions in TILE REPUBLICAN but this week we give over to our candi datesiIT might be a part of wisdom to refrain for making any New Year resolutions until you are completely recovered from that postChristmas tired feeling It is rumored that Dr Chadwick is contemplating divorce proceeding against Mrs Chadwick He be given the Carnegie notes as alimony I VICE PREBIDENT ELECT CHARLES r W FAIRBANKS was initiated into th secrets of Masonryat Indianapolis last Wednesday A crowd of twelve hundred Masons witnessed the conferring l of the third degree I IT is a source of regret that Jas E Cantrills resignation from the judgeship the Twentythird Judicial district which has been accepted by Gov Beckham does not retire him to private life instead of enabling him to qualify as judge of the Court of Appeals THE Cincinnati Commercial Trib une annoucea that it will add high claM colored comic supplement to its Sunday edition begining January 8th It is now the custom of all Metropolitan dailies to have a comic f I section in its Sunday edition and the f i Tribune does not propose to lag be hind ITUEMarcum damage suit was re at Winchester Tuesday after a few days vacation of the court for ti holidays Witnesses were introduced t by the defense who testified that the character of several of plaintiffs wit nesses is bad In refusing to allow several members of the special grand jury that investigated the Marcum killing to testify as to what the testi mony of Henry Noble was before that body Judge Benton ruled that the secrets of the grand jury room should remain inviolable MRS CHADWICK has been charac terized as a hypnotist and those duped by her artful hand are denom mated avericious greeds That the woman has played some very clever tricks on bank cashiers there is no I question That the bank officials ex I pected a personal bonus out of the excessive discounts charged against Mrs Chadwick there is little doubt I I and it is lor this reason that they are j not in position to askor receive tin I consideration of the public any more t i F I than Mrs Chadwick IS A correspond eut to the NeN York Times sizes up the situation in the following seem ingly judicious way If I understood the case correctly I fail to see upon what ground these victims ore en titled to sympathy With one accord they seem to have acted upon the supposition that they were dealing with a woman at once so rich and so reckless that for the sake of obtain ing the temporary use of mouey for her needs she could be induced to agree to pay immense bonuses These trusted andrespected bank officials did not hesitate to give her tbe funds of their banks on most flimsy securi tywith the expectation that when the loan was repaid the bonus was to come to them personally not to the institution which they represented CENTERTOWN Dec 28Hon A B Tichenor and wile oi Matanraa visited H H Davis and family last week Wing Ross add wife Rockport visited relatives here this week Wing Kinchelo visited his brother in Central City during Christmas Mrs J M Carter and children are visiting Mrs Carters parents near McHenryW James Matanzis is her e visiting his sisters Mrs N E James and Mrs M E Woodward- E M Morton and wife are visiting Mrs Mortons parents in Utica Rev L P Drake delivered an able sermon here Sunday night no Teacher Receives Present The following brief but appropriate and expressive little declaration ot puplISon t school at its adjournment for the hol sicdt present at tbe hands of his pupils I Dear Teacher again the sweet old story old and yet ever new be repeated at the gladsome Xma time so close at hand and ifreceived in the spirit proper to the holy occa ales will bring to all a sweet consola tion Kind Teacher I wish to eXpres the sentiments of the whole school when I say that we recognize your matchless qualifications mental moral and physical as teacher anc heartily appreciate your patience an forbearance Out of tbe fullness 01 our hearts we have decided to ex press more fully and more gracefull- t our desire and hope that you will reo member us Take thisdear teacher and in you onward and upward march to honor fame and fortune none will be more gratified at your success than the pu pits at Vite Grove u Covington Lucien and Greenup Oklahoma Three new townsites to be opened within the next few weeks Lots 30 each on the installment plan For particulars apply to CAL P KEOWN Hartford Ky Colonizing agent for Frisco Lot Land Co Faiths of the Presidents Although the Baptist denomination is one of the most numerous in the United States there has never been a Baptist President There have been two Congregation al Presidents John Adams the second President and John Quincy Adams his son President Roosevelt is the second President of the Reformed Dutch Church Martin VanBuren having been the first- Millard FilmorE was a Unitarian the only Unitarian President Washington William Henry Har rlson John Tyler and Zicbary Taylor were Episcopalians as was Chester A Arthur There have been five Presbyterian Presidents Andrew Jackson James K Polk James Buchanan Benjamin Harrison and Grover Cleveland President Garfield was a member of the Church of the Disciples Prior of the civil war there bad been no Methodist Presidents in the United States Since 1861 thefollow iug Presidents have been Methodists Abraham Lincoln Johnson Gen Grant R B Hays and William Mc KinleyThere has never been a Lutheran nor a Roman Catholic President CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought 1Bonrs the of CHARLES C 1IEAUI Charles C Beard the nominee for representative was born at Web Point Harden County Ky on Jann ary 22nd 1872 In his infancy his parents moved to Brandenburg Ky Here he attended the public school and received acommon school edu cotton but at the age ot fifteen his lather Perry C Beard died leaving a widow and several small children and it become necessary for him to abandon his studies and seek employ meat as the support ot the family devolved upon him at his father V p I apprenticeshiIxtthesaddlery I I mastering the trade went to LouisI vile and become foreman in htlwithAiterward4 he engaged in the Mer cantile business at Guston Ky RndI in 1896 he came to Ford ville and implejIHe soon came active in coun ty politics seived one term in ft 1town council and was city clerk ol I Fordsville for one term In 1898 ht married Miss Abble Smith which gave him prominent gamily connec tion in Ohio county she bsinp o daughter of John T Smith Jr President of the Ford ville Banking Co i anda gtanddnugbter ol John T Smith Sr and Mr Haivey Ford heads ol pioneer families of Ohio county and a niece of Dr E W interdhemIe friendywon race for the nomination without an effort t will be AS easily elected and will serve his constituents faithfully Mr Beard is a Baptist and Royal Arch Mason rPwills Early Risers The famous little pills A Dyeing Mans Story- I am ready to dye clean and prey Mens and Boys Suits and Lndie- Skirts recoilar Overcoats repair Shoes and Boots and put on rubber Heels make and repair Harness Fax and repair Saddles Come and see the Dyeing Man H L LEACH Tailor Shoe and Harness Shop Beaver Dam Ky RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The S cent packet enough for nsonloccnhlniih The family bottle CO cents contalueu apply 6 or a year All ilrtHDrgUtR cell them 6 6 New Officers 6 At the annual meeting for the elec 3 lion of officers for the Masonic lodge 3 held Tuesday the following were sej leered 3 Master Henry Weinsheimer Sen 2 for Warden L P Foremen Junior 2 Warden R R Riley Secretary M 3 Bean Treasurer R Holbrook Tyler C R Campbell 2 The new officers will be installed next Monday evening at 6 oc- lockDyspepsia 6 6 4 2 Is an indication that the 2 diJettiveorg 2 2 debilitated It causes no 3 end of aches and pains and 3 it most common where i people bolt their meals and I hurry and worry as they 2 2 do in this country 2 HoodsSarsaparillacures magictouch in this disease For testimonials of remarkable cures tend for Book on Dyspepsia No S C I Hood Co Lowell Mass 1 W II TAYIOIt W B Taylor who was nominated 1for the office of County Judge without no opponent was born and reared in what is known as the Taylortown neighborhood near Rochester In th Southern part of the county H spent lira boyhood days with hip other on the taro and attended lb neighborhood school during that time andat an early age had Qualified himself lor teaching He tough very successfully In the pnblc school 8 of the county for tvesalcars and during that period instructed rivers ooyH and young men who now fi I most important iniion Ithe During his experience 83 teacher he wns conceded to be one ot the very best the couty rtftrdrd He finally ibandoutil his school work land timed lily entire wMention u farming nnd is now out of the most substantial and l rag reyive Mrn er In the county Mr Txlor is emi nently quaified to till Ihe pus tine to which he vlil be elected next Novem positloen WI wit hs approbation by a hurt of the county best Democrats who will lend their aid in electing him as well as all Republicans who will vote lor him without a dissenting one Jerome Allen the nominee ol the Republican patty for the office ul Coroner who received his nomina tion without opposition is a son ot T L Allen and was born and rented in the Washington neighborhood North ol Hartford He is fiCtfive- Ylarl old and a farmer In 1897 h way nominated and elected Constable ol the Hartford Magisterial district which position he filled with credit tor the term of lour years He will receive the support of his party be sides the support ot some of his Dem ocratic friends When elected Mr Alen will make an obliging and pairs taking cfficip Closing Out at Cost I Prices now ruling at Fosters Cash Store 3 cans Polls Best Tomatoes 257 3 cans Mustard Sardines 250 5 cans Blackberries 25cI 3 cans Polks Best Peas 250 3 cans Heinz Baked Beans 25c 3 cans Best Kraut 25C 3 cans best lye Hominy 25C 6 bars Red Wrapper Soap 25cI bars Big Deal Soap 25c bus Lenox Soap 25C bars Ivory Soap 25 bars King Cole White Tar Soapiasc bars fine Toilet Snap me boxes Rub no arore roc 10 boxes Pearline 25c boxes Axle Grease 250 boxes Cream of Wbtat 250 boxes Popcorn 5c balls PopCorn 5c 5lb box Union Oats 200 lb box Hawk Eye Oatd 150- Mb box Victory Oats 4C Ibs Rice 25c lbs white Navy Bears f 25c Ibs Butter Beans 250 Best Cream Cheese 15c In Best Water Crackers 150 Ib braes Currants 150 boxes Seeded Raisins 15C packages Lion Coffee 25 packages Kisme Chewing Gum 5c bottles Vanilla roc bottle Lemon toe package of Elastic Starch 4CI box Bird Seed 4CI packages Grape Nuts 25CI packages CeroFruto 20CI packages Force 200 Everything else that is now leftI goes in proportion I J B FOSTER Hartford Ky W8T1SSIBY W S Tinaley the Republican can dldate for County Court Clerk Is a young man who never before asked the people to honor him He Is the tIn nt a veteran of the Civil War and- e was born on a farm star Beda and resided there until a abort time aICo- e when he gave up farming and came to Hartford in order to engage in bns mess and to secure better advantage for the education of his children He married a daughter ol Kcq W 1 Bennett and lit related to ninny of 1tfle best families of the county Mr Tinsley has always heart a can Mslent Kepub tcin but is not H i n uimieritliy party lines He is closely Ant prominently MII fuii with the rdtt real life t f Hut itM being It Knight Templrtr M ison of P LIC c p rhaps no candidate on the tlckelI 11 more friends than W S TlrsI r ceitdiily none has fewer enemies 3srtig essentially a fair anti honorable uan he has soconducted hiiusif thRII Te notes the esteemed and pavane a rundsliip of the must partisan Demo axe while his nomination in H coi contest with two ol the most popular Republicans ol the county proves hie trength in his own party Thrs who know Wtlburn TlnsleI bst are mint confHent ofhiselection icd allwho know him feel sure that In his election the people would ee c cure An honest capable and obliging Clerk Badly HurtIfeedingethe stock at his fathers livery stable Master HArlin Barnard tell from the hay loft to the driveway below a dis Lance of ten or twelve feet He struck the ground on his head and was rendered unconscious for some time His head and face were pain fully bruised but at last report he was improving dOilquantities in and around Greenup Oklahoma There are now about 40 wells producing from 65 to 250 barC1 rein per day For particulars in regard to lots In Covington Lucien and Greenup apply to CAr P KKOWN Hartford Ky We have just canvassed our Shoe stock and find that we have 70 pairs A of Shoes to close out at greatly reduc ed prices These shoes are for Men Ladies and Children Thp stock in these Shoes Is first cla s but a lot of i odds and endtoWe have placed them on the bargain counters CARSON Co i P nu K M WOOIIWAIII Ernest M Woodwind nominee for County Attorneywas burn November 18th 1878 about lour and onehnlf miles north of Hartford He worked hisfathetanccattendlked hood and later attended Braver Dam seminar and Harifnn College where he fitted himself for teaching and nt the Hue ol eighteen he begun teaching i In the public xchoolo lie spent hit vocation In Ptuiiylng law and nt the t- In March term of the Ohio Circuit Court 1898 was granted license to practice that profession He begun iictlvly the practice of law in 1910 locating at Iliirtlord taking the views of most iaVyets that the county sent Is the most available and suitobl location for n legal 11 act hlont r So brilliant anti eminently successful were his intial ill vices in his chosen profession that he was ambled to forma partnership with Hon M I Heavrln all oil and experienced lawyer in lls than true year alter he located at HartfordIn Mr Woodward was united in luaulitge to Miss Carrie Leach and they lived happily together until it nth called her away the next year Ernest as mot people know him numbers his Iriends by hIICqiii iptrtriccs lor to know him is as surance that he is your Irieml noel yon his The fact that lie was nominated for the rtspuribihlt position of County Attorney ol a great county like Ohio the dominant patty without oppo sition speaks eloquently of his popK J tarty and in unmistnk il le terms rc gnrding his standing with hla putty and the people generally If sleeted end there Is no question but that he will be MrWoodwanl will serve the people in a kind dutiful and honora ble way Mr Willis Heflln took sick Tues and is confined to his room at the Commercial hotel His physician Dr A K Stanley hope that Mr Heflln will be nbe to return home to Mr Herman Mauzy Livermore is ntMauzyThere are 4 large Grain Elk itnr3 t Covington Oklahoma and over five hundred thousand bushels ot wheat was shipped from this station on the Aikansis Valley and Western this year For particulars In regard- to lotH lit the opening of Cnvington Lucien and Gieenup apply to Cal Keown Hartford Ky fi fiD0 You Need Ifl 1 Printing I O you do we are ready to take your order = 4for anything you need in the printing line 49 printyJ Envelopes per 500 100 SJ Letterheads ream of 500 fi itsNoteheads v r 49 Statements per ibam of 500 100 I JSI Af4J Business Cards Visiting Cards Wedding Invitations = g Circulars Dodgers all sizes of Hand Bills in fact t 49 everything that is printed in a firstclass = shop Prices lowest Give us your order Workr49 promptly attended toyi THE REPUBLICANMMM- MMM JCi J QrMMMCrMM MMMMr l1F111PY11NIM wY9 qMNMM yyM1 Mk i J v c t n n MAnTIS R B Martin nominee for Sheri was born near Select on the 21 at di of March 1870 He was his lathers larm In the rearedI of his birth attended 4 ccbools and labored on the farm doing his minority and at an eat age was married to Miss DtliU F neroHe continued farming urn 1897 when he became deputy She for Ol P Keown and served durlf the last year of his first term 1899 Mr Martin engaged in genel merchandising at Cromwtlland cr tlnued the business until about a yr and a half ago when he sold his p erty there and moved to Hartford educate his children Mr Martin Is a wholesoul fellr rdisa farmer he has been eminently c cessful as A merchant among every best and ns deputy Sheriff Ifs j J kindly disposed manners and stray business methods made for hit a I commendable record His election next November mtis I that the people will be served b a kind and painstaking official lj is a Baptist Maton K of Pand red Mani OSCAR MIUKIFF Oscar MidkiS the nominee for Jailer was born and reared on a farm near Olaton He is a young man the son oi W P Mldklft and the grand son of T W Wedding In boyhood he assisted his father with affairs of the farm and attended the public schools and in early manhood married a daughter of Mr Coleman Daniel He is an industrious and enterprising farmer In 1896 Mr Midkl made the race for the nomination for Jailer against the present incuubent Mr Thomas H Black and came nearer winning the prize than any otber of the un successful aspirants and his graceful submission to the will ol a majority of his fellow Republicans had much to do with his success in the recent lace Mr Midkifi lean honest upright and courageous citizen and is a true type of genuine nmnhooJ His popularity in his native corm munity will aid strength to tbe tick ket and his election will bring to the office of Jiiler a diligent faithful and accommodating official v IBuy our Scholarship In the Massey OusinefS College located at Louise vole Position guaranteed I I I I ll 1 I t Gratitude IWitligralelil hearts we wish to thank the public of Ohio equity tor their liberal patronage through the far 1901 By your help we have i I been able to hake this year a most prosperous one We trus that our endeavor to give every body more and same goods for less money ri than any hOl1fin Ohio county will merit a con tinuance yo r patronage through 1905 With If best wishes ion a happy and prosperous New Year we are respectively I OJjthetendent of Schools is a young man He was born near Trisler in Ohio I county in 1876 and has bees con nected with the schools of this coun ty since his earliest advent asa pupil and has served ia the capacity of teacher county examiner and Super intendentHis in the common school- was not neglected and was supple mented by year of study at Lebanon Ohio and Valparaiso Ind From the latter college he giaiuated in 1900 and the same year was nominated by his party fur Superintendent of Common SchoolsIIlls opponent Prof L W Gidfey was a popular Uiicuer lUlU a skiltcd li politician but In tic final election I Godsey was beaten bd decisive voteAs Superintendent Mr DeWees Has been ever accommodating and courteous aliks mindful of his official duties and of the individual kindness which have endeared him to the teachers and officers of the common schoolsSo is his administration that no teachtr would announce tgalnst him and he received th unanimous vote of his partys con ventionDuring his administration the schools of the county have sustained i continued improvement Ohio jounty had more young men and vomen who completed the common fcoool course last year than any ounty in the State The large au Hence that witnessed the graduation exercises this summer will not forget the number or soonI he graduates- To the Independent vote and the i the schoolman the candidacy oi Mr DeWeese and his tor an in IItronglydict next Njvember will be well done tbou good and faithful ser1 vant I Hartford Republican I 3IFRIDAY DECEMBER u Illinois Central Railroad Time Table North Bound No 132 due 51 a m No lMuel280p IB No 102 due 237p m NoalhBonnd No 121 dtMll31 H m No 101 due 253 pm No 181 due I4U p in Carson Bros pays cash for Furs J A Cheek Fordsville called to see us Saturday A V Leach Prentls made us a pleasant call Saturday Clayton Hocker Beaver Dam was a pleasant caller Saturday I The Board ot S pervisors will begin its annual session next Monday Editor Heber Matthews and family I visited in Owensboro the last of last week Born to the wife of Mr J H Wil llama City on last Friday a fine boy and girl Mrs Sam T Barnett is the guest of her mother Mrs DeMoss in Hop kips county Mr and Mrs C M Crowe are the proud parents of a fine new boy He arrived last Monday Misses Bertha and Sallie Martin Cromwell are the guests of Mr and Mrs R B Martin FOR SALE My two Story Resi dence MRS JULIA WKDDISG 214 HaMlord Ky mi Arn AN1EL MOXLEYt Nathan tel Moxley who without opposition was nominated by the Republican party as its candidate for Surveyor was born in the Eastern part of Kentucky in 1839 while his parents were on their way from Vir ginia to Ohio county He is of Irish perantage and belongs to a family of school teachers himself having taught schoolssHe has been a resident of Ohio county all his life and has been a practical Surveyor for twentyfive years In 1897 he was nominated by the Re publican party for the same office to which he aspires tit present end won over bis Democratic opponent by ade I cisive vote He filled the position in kind obliging and faithful manner will bring thesame good spirit and efficient to tbe office if elected I next November He is without per sonal enemies and will receive many j Democratic votes in the community i in which be lives I I Sam W Leach the nominee for assessor was born and reared in Ohio county near Cromwell He is now I I fifty three years old He is a farmer I and like many others of the best farm I ers and most substantial citizens of communityeI in whioh he was born He has nevI sr held an elective office except stable to which position he was elec j ted about eighteen years ago defeating Buck Porter his Democratic oPi ponentWhen I Mr H Frank Lowe was elected Assessor in 1901 he appoint i ed Mr Leach hisdeputy In the Crom well country and he has reappointed him annually since then which post tion he now holds i Mr Leach is a kind and obliging gentleman and is quite popular in his native community and other sections where he is known and hie election will Insure a sober attentive businesslike administration Mr Leach is a Baptist and a Mason Mrs J A Park is visiting InI Leltchfield this week Dr D W King Auburn Kyls- visiting friends in town this week The Ohio county Fiscal Court will convene at Court Hall next Tuesday Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf Col C M Barnett is spending the holidays with us He will return to Louisville today Miss Kitty Collins who has been attending school at Indianapolis Ind returned home last Thursday We still have a few Cloaks left which we will close outatlow figures CARSON Co John P Taylor who has been at tending school at Louisville is spending the holidays here with his parentsIyouve got and pay you the highest- i I cash price Mr W T Woodward left Monday for San Angelo Tex where he will I spend the winter with his son Clay ton WoodwardII Skirts can be found at Sam Bachs Dont fail to see them before pur chasing elsewhere We have another big job ir odd Pants which we have put on our bargain counter at 100 and 1 50 Come to us for bargains in pants CARSON Co FOR SALE A farm consisting of 102 acres good buildings well wAt1 ered located one mile southeast of Rosine Ky C G CROWDER tf Rosiue Ky I J L J I I rwAtI A Happy New Year I And Many Thanks To all who have patronized us during the i past year We are delighted to say that our business has increased this year in greater volume than any previous year since we have been in Hartford and we can only lay this to one cause and that we have been giving good goods and low prices to all who have patronized us In other words a bargain goes with every sale Ring Out the Old Ring in the New So you must not forget to follow that ad vice by taking off the old and putting on theII new You can best do this by patronizing us where you will find everything new and uptodate to take the place of your oldII wearables We are confident that we can fit you out with the latest newest cheap est and best dry goods in the market if you will I only come to see us Patronize us during i the New Year and save money besidesf getting the best of goods Sam Bach Hertford Kentuckyr 1111W Hill Ceralvo was a pleasant caller yesterday Dr J S Bean spent the holidays with his father Dr L B Bean Orvis Tatum Matanzas is the guest of his sister Mrs C E Smith A new 6000 school building is now being erected in Covlngtou Ok lahoma Mr Harry Newsom of Davies county is spending the holidays in the city Ladles drop in at City Restaurant and try a cup of our Hot Chocolate So good Mrs W A Taylor Matanzas is a the bedside oi her brother Mr Harv- Condit who is quite ill Lucien Oklahama has 3 larg grain elevators and shipped 360000 bushels of wheat this year Chocolate GrapeKola Tomato Boulllion Clam Boulllion Liquid Beef red hot at City Restaurant Born to the wile of Garfield BaS nard Fordsvllle Ky on the 24th list a nine pound boy Mothe- and child doing well have upon our shelves some IVe In Overcoats and Dies i Visit us for these article- and I you are sure to get a bargain CARSON at Co I Mrs Burks Tichenor died at her home at Beda last Monday night Af ter funeral services held at Beulah church Wednesday at ten oclock her remains were Interred at Beulah cem etery Applications for lots in Covington Lucien and Greenup Oklahoma should be made at once as the open Ing of these new towns will take place in a few days Apply to Cal P Keown Hartford Ky for particu lars i J Mr and Mrs Paul Wood word have moved to Bevier City restaurant has put in a Hot Drinks outfit Fine Call and try em County Supt J M DeWeese Is spending the holidays with his moth er at ShreveJMrs Thomas Watkins Owensboro i is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs D E Thomas Mr C J Rhoads will leave about the middle of January for Arkansan where be expects to locate beeneout on street CleareRun neighborhood are the guests f Mrs Parks sister at South Carroll ton Schroeters Floating Studio will he at Hartford until Jan i 1905 Prices on pictures range from 50 to f6 oo per dozen tf thatrwas a ago no better Pneumonia has developed in both lungs and it is not expected- to live issat the New Commercial Hotel Hartford Wednesday Judge Jamesl P Miller officiated Attorney J E Fogle is the guest of his father Hon McDowell Fogle at Middlesburg Ky The father nearly 89 years old yet he is quite active and takes remarkable interest lathe current affairs The management of Hartford Col lege spoke to the public through Tnt REPUBLICANS columns lastweek and again this week They are calling attention to their school and its advan tages See ad in another column- I I PT I F FOR SALE We have for sale at a bar gin a Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College or Normal school department ft Scholarship in the Massey Business College at Louisville poi fiuther information call on or address THE REPUBLICAN J EVERYBODY I vntAtw r roc L THE WHITE AL3NA t A QUART FOR 5c FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS The American Pharmaeal Co EvnsTllleInd THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job 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Calling Cards Business Cards Wedding Invita anythingiin the printing line at the lowest pricesI t 11 Odd Bits of Information While the ratio ol insane persons to sane in England is i to 2SS in Chica go it is i to 150 Moscow asylum authorities are ex perimenting on a hypnotic cure for alcoholismTurin of the largest cities in Italy has not a single building with elevatoreIn part of California roof gardens are becoming features of sl the new buildings 1 Three condensed milk factories ate now In operation In the United States with an aggregate 225 ooo Invested capital and a daily capacity of 26 500 pounds of milk To manufacture tobacco grown in Canada a factory Is about to be open ed in Winnipeg Experts say tha the Canadian tobacco ia hardly distinguishable from the Havana prod uctThe Australian Government ha organized an expedition to explore the region between Lake Eyre and the boundary of Queensland This land is said to be one of the worst deserts in the world An eccentric old bichelor named Bron who died recently at the Par rentruy left a legacy of clp to the b ars of the wellknown bear pit at Berne The municipality has accept ed the legacy In the name ot tht bearsNot one girl in 10000 has A dimpl in her chin Indeed this kind of dimple seems to be more frequent it men than in women It has another peculiarity namely that it is permanent whereas other dimples of the face come and go with changes of ex pressionMr Galton F R S ha founded ir London University a fel lowship for the promotion ofthe studs of National Eugenics the study ol the agencies under social control thpi may improve or impair the racia qualities of future generations either physically or mentally ThatThrobbingdacha Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick ami Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25 cents money back iflwt cured Sold by Z Wayne Griflin tS Bro druggists in Dtmls Early RisersITho famous little pills H Mildly Cynical Sew York Times A man Is happy it he feels younga woman li she looks young Honesty is a virtue and virtue ic its own reward Many a man has more gold In hit teeth than he has in the bank People who persist in giving art vice must expect to take a lot ol blameEven when a woman has clocks in her stockings she can generally man age to miss a train No man is absve criticism not ever the critic The pessimist believes that hi aughs best who laughs least A womans teals will drive a mar to drink especially ii be is the causr of them Some people would have faith even The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a dlseasft prevailing In thl country most dangerous because so decen live Many suddei pneumonia hear failure or apoplexj ere the resuf of kidney disease 1 Kidney trouble is al IIs lowed to advance blood will attack vital orlans or tht Moneys themselves break downwand waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always from a derangement of the 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who dwells on his troubles al wajs dwells in them A warns handshoke may do won good than a coll handout You never lose any of your sorrov by shedding sour looks One realizes the impotence of mon ey when he tries to buy love Your conscience must ben light to you but It cannot be a law to other Men who have an evil habit to hide generally cache it away in an in cuhntor The man who goes into a thing with a swelled head always conusoui with a sore one Its no use bragging of your an cestrrs unless they would feel like re turning the compliment Charity is more than dropping r crust in the slol in the expectation ol drawing out a three layer rake One of the saddest sights ofou tidy is when a titan buries his nose iI volumes of sermons or of socia logy sr- iS to shut out the sight of the sorrow- Ing Beware of DeWitts is CounterfoltsII Witch Hazel Salve writes J L Tucker of Centre Ala I have used it in my family for Piles CutsI and Burns fbrjvears and can recom mend it to be the best Salve on 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gently conversation upon current topicsTo shirk responsibility In politics or to be different to the public wel areTo know nothing of the things we see handle and erjoy very day of our lives To be Ignorant of the general hlsto ywJ4y IIry of the world and ol the various countriesNot know something of the greatest leaders reformers artist and musicians of the world Not to have intelligent knowledge of the general affairs ot the world and the inter relations of nations Not to know enough about the liars of health about physiology and hy glens to live healthfully and smely To vote blindly for party right or wrong instead of fqr principle b cause you hove been tOh1t go for yRt tTo iTi grossly Ignorant In hrS7 dyq oi free schools cheap nempi itstbrarle To be so controlled by SQy appetite or passion that ohefi usefulness and standing in Iht Community are 1m paired naturalIAtntvels of nature Not to hove an intelligent idea of the country in which we live not toi know its history its industries and the conditions of its people Not to know anything ot the movements for human betterment andnot to help theta along to the extent of our time and money To live in the midst of schools li braries museums ectms picture jnlleries nd iniprovrtsient oiub and not to avail orcrejl d their a 1 vlnacs j Head About lo Burst From Soi yore Bilious Attack I I hurl a severe bilious arncktutu felt like my head was ttbotit to burst I when I got hold ofn free sample of i Clittiiiberlains Stomach an 1 Liver tablets I took a lose of them utter supper and the next day felt like 1I new man and have peen feeling limp py ever since says Mr1 11nnith of Juliesesas For biliousness stomach troubles and constipation these Tablets have no equal trice 25 cents For sale by all drug gists ni Bird Lost in the Air Boys are frequently lost in the woods and it Is a singular fat that birds are sometimes lost In the air This might seem strange to ntuo4 anyone but the average man Ia su I perficial observer of little 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to death and made its last Intelligent cfftrt to reach the ship and there tell in exhaustion und collapse O d s ibr narrate many other instances cif finding birds tlut have been lost in the air Mrs Mary 8 Crickof White Plains Ky write 1 have been a dyspeptic for year tried all kinds of I remedies but continued 19 grow worse Br the tie of idol Dyspepsia Cure I began to improve at once and after taking a lew bottle am hilly restored in weight health told strength and j can eau wlmtevor I like There illI no remedy in the world equal to Ivo tiol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you oat Sold by Z11avnc l trilhn it Bro m Silrfr 1lal thai Hfars t jIauly Work as good as the best and prices as cheap as the cheapest Give us your order and be convinced 01bIPatiolaThe Modern tonieA dose before each meal will make you feel strong and well PAKOLA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepslu O Catarrh of the Head Thiont Stomach Bowels Live nno Kidneys t- P La Grippe and general debility Made by the 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and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmopolitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Txvicou Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 I J Tug REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 f GO SOUTHWEST Like Time and Tide the Great Southwest awaits no man but its a heap eas 1 ier to get aboard at the instant of start rug than to contend with the element of momentum later Let us give you the details of this new countrys rapid growth and your chance to grow up with it Illustrated literature free Rates SouthwestICut Almost in Two DBBB W04JM3 arid li05 Geo H Lee Oeti IQHS Agent Iltlo lock Ark try Dr and any mean E H I McGuire DIet1nsstyent Cincinnati O I JND SEuBASTIAN11I rrafilobrnnager Chhugolll 1 f 10 I il It Q If p 1 I r tr Country vs City Life I Wiwtirii lnniiMf There is u ntrhl impression aiuoup people who do not know that i country lifes an uvarylng round ol dull monotony That in whete the city dweller Is ofT his trolley There may have been a time when life In the country was tolerably mo notonous though our experience bus been that there is general something doing in the country and mighty little opportunity to get real lone someHere is the record of the experience ol a city man who decided to buy alarm and move out Into the country whete he could commune with natue and get away tram the maddening crowd He married and moved with his bride immediately totheircountry residence The first evening a crowd of fifty neighbors gathered to charivari the newly married couple It was a sot of cross between an hour in the boil er lactory and an active siege of a for tress A dozen men kept up a con tinuous fire with shotguns lour oth ers beat a big circular saw with sledgehammers six others had managed to supply themselves with gongs and the balance were fixed with kettle- mod tin pars The brides hearing was badly impaired for a month after the occurrence and the groom had lone ear drum split by the noise The next day the man from the city wandered out in iris fields and saw a cone hanging on a tree He started to examine it The first hornet that got into action hit him tight under the eye and the second bl fled him right on the upper lip It was lour days before he could see out ol thit optic and his lip was swelled until he had to stand on his tiptoes to look over it During the course of his first months experience the man from the city was kicked twice by a mule three times by a cow chased up a tree once by a dog and run out of a field by a vicioosbull A friendly calf chewed the tall oft his coat and a William goat ate up his best pair of pants which had been hung out on the fence to airWithin the first three months of his sojourn In the quiet country a fractuous team of horses had ran away with him lonr times Twice he had been pitched in a blackberry thicket and come out worse scratched up than a Thomas cat alter a hard battle with a successful rival Once he came out with a broken collar bone und once with a fractured leg His wife in hunting for greens in the woodlot came in contact with poison ivy As a result her face looked like a painted puff ball for a week af terWithin the first six months he had to get up twice at night to fight prai rie fires plowed through two bumble bee nests and disturbed the domestic arrangement of a family of yellow jacketsOthers may talk about the quite and monotony of country life but this man knows by actual experience that for strenuouslty the city isnt in It with the country RECTOR OF ST LUKES Ashburnham Ontario Testi fies to tho Good Qualities of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Ashburnham Ont April 18 1903 I think it is only right that should tell you what a wonderful effect Chamberlains Cough Remedy te produced The day before Easter I was so distressed witha cold and cough that I did not think to be able to take any duties the next day as my voice was almost choked by the cough The same day I received an order from you for a bottle of your Cough Remedy 1 at once procured n sample bottle and took about three doses of the medicine To my great relief the cough and cold had com pletely disappeared and I was able to preach three times on Easter Day 1 know that this rapid and effective cure was due to your Cough Remedy I make this testimonial without solici tation being thankful to have found such a Godsent remedy Respect fully yours E A Laugfeldt M A Rector ol St Lukes Church To Chamberlain Medicine Co This remedy is for sale by all druggists I m w OaSTOBX4Bears the Ii Always BouglA Slguatuz of thoath I A CUT OR TORN ARTERY How to Stop Dangerous Bleeding In- Cases of Accident Jt often of ac cident that the dtutgerlto life is grontly imivnsed bv if not i solely dependent upon the loss of blood the injury it ulf being a compara tively trivialalTiir Whether light or serious the wound cnn wait indeed in most cases must wait for the arrival of the physidan but the bleeding waits for nothing It mtifl bo arrested speedily und if it theeor cease spon pltysiitut of bindingIn first aid to the wounded this point is always insisted upon and rightly but unfortunately how bleeding from a cut or torn artery win be quickly and certainly arrested is not always put course and direction of the large arteries and rotund black or red disks are placed at the points where pressure can be effectively applied to shut oil the flow of blood from the parts lower down on the limb The application of a tourniquet is thesmOle an artery surgeons work and not to be attempted by any member ofn first explainednutto say that the most copious bleeding can always be arrested tem porarily and often permanently by simple pressure made directlyon the bleeding point If you can put you finger literally on the source of the hemorrhage and keep it there your wounded companion will not bleed to death at least not while under your care One must make sure in doing this that the linger is really making pressure on the bleeding point which may be deep down at the bot tom of the wound but the contin unnco of the bleeding willsoon prove that the finger or the cloth pod or the rounded stick or whatever is used to make pressure with is not pressing on the right spot Care must be taken not to soil the wound with dirty fingers or a dirty rag If time and opportunity permit the finger should first be washed or at least wiped with a clean cloth and if a cloth pad is used the outer layers at least must be free from visible dirt In almost any company some one tally be found who has n clean hand kerchief in the pocket One which has not been unfolded is best for this can then be folded inside out and made up into a clean pad of any Companion Roman Epicures A certain Roman epicure once gave a little dinner to nine friends It cost 10000 Oysters brought by footmen from Britain were con sumed in quantities The Roman gastronomy favored such delicacies as peacock guinea hen nightingale thrushes perhaps a whole boar stuf fed with the flesh of other animals But fish was the especial dainty Vitcllius We are told had his fish weighed alive before him at the ta ble Bets were made on the dra Hon of its expiring gasps His broth er once served him a dnnerat which 2000 of the choicest fish were used He often dined out and none of the meals ever cost his host less than 15000 Apicius after wast feastingdiscovered had but a little over 400000 left This being too little for a gentleman to exist on he calmly killed himself SundaysNo Courting The Bethel Primitive Methodist chapel in Burnley England recent ly held its anniversary On that oc casion a souvenir handbook which contained copies of all records was issued A minute passed in 1834 rendswrImt we do not allow young men und women of our society to court with each other on Sunday Neither do we allow our single men and women to walk arm in arm in the streets together at any time nor do we allow them to tand in the streets together chatting Anoth er resolution forbade girl choiris ters wcaring bows in their bonnets Willing to Help The London Chronicle tells of aIwarm hearted omnibus driver A woman who occupied a seat near the driver saw a man friend inside an omnibus proceeding just aheadI Signs and telepathic communica tions alike failed to attract the at tention of the unconscious passenger though of course everybody else on both omnibuses was wreathed in interested smiles Then the drivers heart was melted Leaning forward he prodded the conductor of the foremost bus with his whip Tell ladyho 1 l lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black Use Something New Variable Tours TO FLORIDAVIA Southern Railwaya- nd Queen JCrescent Route GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter Tourist Tickets good go ing Via Asheville through the Land of the Sky and Beautiful Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Cbatanooga or vice versaaren- ow on sale at Low RatesiThe Florida Limited solid Train of finest IJullman Drawing Room Sleepers and vestibuled coaches with Dining Car service enroute leaves Cincinnati every morning via Queen Crescent Route running through without change to Jacksonville via Chatanooga and Southern Ry The Chicago and Florida special beginning January 6th consisting of elegant Drawing Room Sleepers observation cars etc will leave Cincinnati every Evening except Sunday lunning through Solid to St Augustine via Chatanooga and South ern Railway with Dining car service enrouteThrough Pullman Sleepers to Jacksonville from Cincinnati every evening via Knoxville Asheville and Sa vannah From Louisville connection with all of the above trains is made at Lexington by trains of Southern Railway For Land of the Sky book Winter Homes folder Rates Sche dules or other information address- A C Rincarson G P A Q C Cincincinnati O C H HUNUERFORD District Pas senger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo We have Scholarships covering ten months in the Bowling Green Nor mal School or four months in any business department of the Bow ling Green Business Col lege If you are going to school call on or address the Republican forSchol arship SPEND4 AMerryChristmasWITH Low Rates WITH LONG LIMIT Via Big Four Route On December 24th 25th 26th and 31St 1904 also January island 2nd 195 tickets will be on sale between all local points on the Big Four Routo Clntl Northern R R and D U R R j also to all points on con necting lines in Central Passenger Association Territory Tickets will be stood for return to nuLl Itt cluiUitU Jauunry 4tli 1905 For full Information and particulars as to rates tickets limits etc call on agents Big Four Route or ad dress tbe undersigned WARREN J LYNCH G P A Cincinnati Ohio S J GATES Genl Agent ioi Louisville Ky 1c 4 I Aycrs Pills Ayers Pills Ayers Pills Keep saying 3gainThe BUCKINGHAMS DYE 1nm CM or nguuoun OH at r uiu co tusaci tf u f Cumberland ITELEPHONE AND Telegraph Co Tncoriornteil Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence and place of business My business bas increased and 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J Glenn S T Stevens DII locker J n B Carson Jon C Riley Town Trustees Howan Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W 8 TInsley A TaylorSecret Societies A O U W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 675 Ft A Masons first Monday night In each month Hough River LodgeNo lio Knlghtsof Pythla meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No4 0 A H hold reg nlar meetings Saturday beforeflrstSnndayin each month T T Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah thePacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CariaELECTRIC IP MOUNTAIN UNITE ila EEir1i s S S ARK And PtalrJe la Trc 5E C- siiwIwl aad Gft t tio cE Utrilfttt WIF Missia R la Carlo KieCTRIC LiGHVEDTNAINS fx rsrtiir lafsfculcn adert sln4 tatter Etc Atttrtu R T G MATTHEWS Triv fits Ail torn 232 EqjisM CIJlJUiSiILLE KY C TOWtlSEND O PAT ACT 3T LCYP GA TORYABean the The KM You Hate Always Bough 8r If p t ar tt I I I I Hartford Republican j FRIDAY DKCKMlUvR 30I RENDER r Dec 27Jnhn Francis was in Cen flat City on business last Wednts say f Rhea Armstrong ut Leitchfield I was here on business list Wednes I ayIderly last Wednesday to stay ove Christmas with her grandparents i Mr and Mrs Jas Edwards Harry Draper left for Jasonvllle 1 2nd where he has gone to work R Sidenius of Hartford was here last Wednesday Messrs Keown and Dunlap o I Hartford were here on buslnefs last Thursday Ed Jones left for Linton Ind las Thursday to stay over holidays Mrs Ed Jones left for Central City lost Friday to stay over holidays Miss Lucy Doss went to Centra City last Friday to spend Christmas I Police Judge L Francis and E S Seed lelt for Herrin III last FridayI J io spend the holidays Mr and Mrs G T TInsley and Jamily went to Centertown last Sat urday to spend Christmas Miss Carrie Roll went to Central J City and Cleaton last Saturday to ipend the holidays Mr and Mrs Boone went to Echols 3ast Saturday John T Main came home from Is land last Saturday to spend Christ was with his family Miss Rosab Cobb came up from island last Saturday to be the gutst e ol her cousin Mrs FE Harris fo a while Prof and Mis V M Morley went to Pellville last Saturday to spend the holidays Edwin J Henryof Louisville Ky spent Christmas with Simon Stephens Miss Ida Snell went to Horton last SundayMr Mrs Hardin Burden went to Horton last Sunday Mrs Jno S Spence and Mrs H W Jones and Mrs P K Salsburg were in Beaver Dam yesterday 1 Messrs J M Reynolds and E H Real Estate- BARGAINSi 141 acres for fJ 5 10 or will sell i at 30 per acre and make survey 24 miles from Hartford mile of pike Good new 7 rocm house 2 barns 75 acres in bottom balance good hill land good Orchard fine mea dow 10 or 15 acres in woods all under fence 320 acres near Rockport in good condition good build ings and fine farm land for 120000 83 acres fine bottom land for 20 per acre or 1600 3 miles from Hartford on Sanderfurs crossing road Good house good barn young orchard in fine state of cultivation A bargain I 305 acres fine Rough rlyer bottom land near Hartford liInfine state of cultivation Will sell cheap considering the land 288 acres near Ceralvo See me for prices I 20 acres at Centertown See me for prices One house and lot on Union street in Hartford in fine condition 75000 A house and 2 acres ol ground adjoining Hartford Fine frnitgood house and build- Ings for 375co 235 arrest 4 miles north of Hartford in good state of cultivation 85000 43 acres near Ceralvo 43000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good barns 65000 One good new 60 Mosler for sale at a bargain If you want to sell land if you want to buy laud see me and I will furnish you with what you want 1 S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate I HARTFORD KY h Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you sat- f 1- a I 1 Gwynn Hl W J Moan carte M liiut lord yesterday Lyons nf Lnihv lie was here IGen i W J Seller of Kvaosvllle was here on business today Chester Keown of Hartford was here today asonvllltIFulkerson Mrs J F Hocker is visiting in Leitch field goodr+ upply water to run months for their day and night run on account of the rain we bad yester tertlay and lent night It was badly needed SALEMftmns tree given by the Sunday School was appreciated very much- t Johnnie DankfoH and Bill Chris tIn spent Christmas nt McHenry MinesD Wilson went to Tennessee last Saturday Mrs Phieby Christian and Mrs Sarah Christian spent last Wednes day with their friend Mrs Sarah Ac ton at Horse Branch Mr and Mrs Ettlll Raley and lit tie daughter Golda were the guests MaryiJ W Daniel and family of Nar rows who have been visiting friends and relatives near this place for the past few days returned home today Mrs Lillie Wilson visited her fath er Mr Wm White Monday Mr and Mrs Rufus Boyd visited Mrs Boyds mother Mrs C V Christian who has been on the sick- r list Monday night Thomas Raley and family were the guests of Mrs Raleys brother WItII Owens Sunday night Mrs Barbara Ann Heavrln who is In her eightyseventh year is quite feeble Miss Dcbble White who was sty enty four died last Saturday night at the home ot her nephew Spurgeon Foster Her remains were laid to rest in the Salem burying ground MondayA Pierce who has had typhoid fever for seven weeks died Saturday Mr Pierce leaves a wife and three little children and a host of friends and relatives to mourn his loss His remalnp were lain to rest at the Mc Cord burying ground by the side of childHenry Owens and wife made a pleasant call at S M Wilsons this afternoon Jaa Bradley and little son Frank of Heloles Tenn visited friends and relatives at Rosine and near this place last week They returned home FridayMiss Flora St Clair of Rosine is the guest of her uncle Robert My eraElvis Magtin began Monday to fin ish teaching our school which Miss Lou Hoover has been teaching Miss Lou has gone to Warren Oklahoma where she will teach a spring term Mr Sam Jamison and family are viulting Mrs Jamisons parents Mr and Mrs Wes Raley this week All who use atomizers in treating nasal catarrh will get the best result from Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including spraying tube 75cts Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St N Y New Orleans Sept I 1900 Messrs Ely Bros I sold two bot tles of your Liquid Cream Balm to a customer Wm Lamberton 1415 Del achalse St New Orleans he has used the two bottles giving him wonderful and most satisfactory re suits GEO W McDuFPPharmacist NOCREEK Dec 28 Mr Archie Foster has gone to Owensboro to be treated by a specialist for hair lip the operation was performed by Dr J C Hoover one of Ohio countys late citizens There was a surprise party at Mr Lon Stevens last night David Moreland and I P Foster have gone to Beaver Dam today with their hogs Mr H Ward expects to move into his new home soon Mr J B Ward is moving to his farm he bought from W F Stevens Chamturain and Stevens are ex pecting to run a raft of logs soon Andy Rowan who has been sick is improvingIt your former scribe has taken a flight and hired a substitute in the way of a false prophet My Mt 1 What a time Subscribe for TIlE REPUBLICAN I I I f J lr r r This space belongs to the Brown Mer rcantile Co Inc McHenry who lalways p have plenty of bargains but who are so 4aJg ad They thank the people for a very lib iIJfc J iItreatmentsame iIa Compliments of the Season This week loses smother year and brings us again the pleasure of greeting the general pub lic with our compliments and very bestjwishes for the now year to come And before turning t this now leaf in lifes recording register our thoughts dwell in grateful appreciation uponr those friends who have boon constant and loy customers also to any who have in any way contributed to our growth and prosperity We ofler our sincere thanks to you for your confidence and goodwill so generously bestowed and trust our satisfactory dealings of the past may be perpetuated for years to come And to you who are not acquainted with us and our manner of successfully serving the public wo extenda very cordial invitation to begin with us early in the New Year and give us your confidence and allow us to supply your needs for one year and we believe you will be our cus tomer for the remaining years to come May this greeting find you enjoying the com forts and luxuries of the holiday season and we trust the New Year of 1905 will bring to you success and happiness Hoping to make many new customers and again thanking the old for their most liberal patronage we extend to you all our cordial good wishes E P BARNES BRO Beaver Dam Kentucky TAKE THE REPUBLICAN I f J I 6 l w It U = 2 M IRethicedPiicesfor t E J tWo have too much heavy goods for the warm Now is the time for bargainsyl From this date until January 1st We will show you bargains such as have neyer been I Ishown before Mens Suits worth 300 now 200 I it ri 3s 500u 400 I I 500f I u u u 1500u 1150 Mens Overcoats worth 300 2004i sh t u U u 500u 400 s s U rg U 00stID0U D +I tr Ie I U 1000u 800 t 1500 1150 All boys Suits and Overcoats reduced in pro 4sInt ment we will deduct 20 per cent on any of it Our stock is complete on Boots and Shoes These prices are for cash only Now dont wait until the cream and pick is gone but come first told get choice W6 have t never made such reductions at this season of tthe year t Carson Sro +1 lNCOHIOltATED Hartford Kentucky M4444 4M444 ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY lccnaOIU TKO Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to tht Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense II you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford KyIBIG FOUR J ITUB BEST LINE TO I Indianapolis Peoria IChicagoI I and MichiganICleveland I Buffalo x New York j Boston IAnd All Points East I IIce our No 259 4th Ave or write to 8 J GATES I Genl Agt Passenger Dept 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