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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y Y R A 1 I mtt JttfDtb ttqublkan 1 1 q n Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVERBER 1905 No 16 r JIT HOME AGAINII President Returns From Ills Tour of the South Forces Gathering in Wathlngton Preparatory to Spending the Winter hRAiLROAD RATE LEGISLATION A tlrint toTnic IlieiTiiiirAV Washington Oct SI President Roosevelt came ashore from the Dol phin at the Washington navy yard at llr5 oclock this forenoon and five minutes later he had left the yard for the White HOURU in a carriage with Mrs Roosevelt and the trip was nt an end which rounds 1 out his tour of the entire United States duo ring his presidency When the Dolphin showed herself N around arsenal point and left the Potomac for the eastern branch the firing squad manning the saluting battery gut ready for action Ten minutes before the landing wns made a saluted of twentyone guns was fir ed from the yard battery and imme diately answered by the Dolphin The forces are gaining in Wash ington we allude to the politicaland social forces which make Washington during the winter season the center of interest on this continent Some members and Senators are already here and others who are not here are represented by their wives who are arranging for winter homes either in detached houses apartment r houses hotels or boarding houses as their tastes may be and e their exchequers afford Washing ton is better prepared to receive this winters contingent than ever before To all appearance there has been almost excessive building of fine apartment houses and it can not well be seen but that the over supply will produce tho usual effect of re duction in rents To all appearance 4visitors will be able to wallow in apartment houses at reasonable ex pease and hqtels in their competi tion for guests have been compelled to lower their prices also At With regard to political questions the most prominent of course are those relating to railway rate legislation and the Panama Canal The w Senate Committee on Railway Rate Legislation of which Senator Elkins is chairman has already resumed 4 its session in Washington while Senator Foraker and Taft in Ohio and two rival conventions in Chicago are though their speeches assisted by the press giving the country a foretaste of the debat that will be held in Congress this winter Senator Foraker from his sick bed has launched a bolt nt Secretary Taft charging him with the atrocious crime of being one with Mr Bryan and the democratic party in favoring federal control of the railroads This and similar charges and the fact that the President needs and is expecting to receive Democratic 4 support plainly shows that on this l question at least there will be no adherence to party lines The t Democratic support of the Presi dents contention is indeed remarks able Said ExGovernor Campbell of Ohio himself once prominent as a Presidential candidate It is a mistake to attempt to combat public e1dorseJcrment regulation of railroads President Roosevelts demands are I reasonable and it is a mistake to oppose them Some people think a Ii man who wants the railroads regula ted by the Government is a socialist If this is true then perhaps I may be called a socialist althongh I have no sympathy with the theories of that 1creed I am opposed to Government fe railroads but want fair play Discrimination in railroad rates must5 be stopped Public opinion is more t powerful than the wealth and influ once of the railroads These words uttered at tie Chicago Convention and the wbrdapf exGovernor Van a c r Zanet when he said We are not the enemies of the railroads Time will demonstrate that we are their friends In my opinion they are making a mistake to oppose so can servative a measure as the proposed amendment to the Interstate Commerce law indicate the conserva tive feeling of the country as voiced by men of national prominence At the same convention the chairman said We want to draft and pnssstrong resolution upon the sub ject to appoint committees from every State to get right after the Senators from their respective states with the proceeding of this meeting If they are with the President we want to know it If they are with the corporations we want to know it L Halloween Celebration The younger set of Hartford cele brated Halloween at the homo of Miss Pearl Thomas 1530 Fl Z street The merry entertainment continued until an advanced hour of the night The rooms were resplended with dec orations of autumn leaves and those ornaments were suggestive of the time and seasons The festive board was greatly enhanced by beautiful and appropriate decorations The festivities at length came to an end and the party out on a sere nading expeditionand the night was filled with sweet melody They did not disperse until midnight The event was one longto be remember el- The following were present Misses Cassie Riley Arbye Brown Artie Wedding Hettie Riley Winona Stevens Elba Bean Annie Patton Effie Render Katie Thomas Lilly Burton Mary Keown Hattie Barnett and Pearl Thomas Messrs Grossie Willians Cleve leer Ross Bennett Robert Bennett Estil Park Rosco Render John Bennett Marvin Moseley ancj Emory Schroeter I BEDA Nov IMr Lonnio Hoover and Miss Mamie Liles were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the home of the brideon last Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock by Rev J A Bennett Mr Hoover is a prosperous young farmer of this place while Mrs Hoover is avery popular oung lady Their many friends join in wishing them a happy and prosper ous married life Miss Yula Mohon and Tom Bennett of Utica were the guests of Miss Clara Bennett Saturday night and Sunday Several from this place attended the singing convention at Mt Car mel Sunday Miss Ethel Bennett who has been in the dress making business at Hart ford for the past month is spending this week with her parents Mr and Mrs BM Bennett I Miss Alberta Greer who has been sick for the past two weeks is able to be out again Mrs J A Bennett and children visited her parents Mr and Mrs S L Baird at Kinderhook last Satur day Itely Shown who has pneuirionia fever is improving slowly Mrs S A Bennett visited Mrs R P Bennett Friday Miss Ethel Bennett has scarlett feverMr and Mrs Joe Bennett visited Mr and Mrs S A Bennett Monday- R P and F C Bennett went to Smallhous last Monday returning SaturdayThere be a spelling match Beda school house Friday night Miss Ines Bennett went to Hartford shopping Monday Jim Tanner and wife Owensboro attended the Hoover and Liles wed ding last Wednesday Lonnie Hoover and wife visited Mrs Silas Slaver at Livermore last Wednesday and Thursday HERBERT Oct 30Mr and Mrs Skinner entertained Sunday in honor of Miss Nora Overhults Those present were Misses Ora Haynes Lula Floyd Mattie Barnett Baxter anti Nora Overhults and Messrs Everett I Y hjL t EXTREME TACTICS BEING USED Miller Spares Not His Fellow Townsmen And Friends in His Desperate Effort to Win The following self explanatory letter was received by Mr Clayton Woodward of Beaver Dam from Judge J P Miller Democratic candidate for reelection Notice the refutation of its slanderous and malicious terms by many of the best men in Hartford Hartford Ky November 1 1905 Mr Clayton Woodward Beaver Dam Ky Dear SirI had hoped to see you and say Something to you before the election but it will now be impossible Knowing your views on the saloon question I desire to say one thing to you in regard to the coming election I Last September we had the fight of our lives on the local option ques tion in Hartford you know my views on the question which stand I always take The leading Republicans of this town were for saloons and they made a bargain with the Democratic saloon men to help them carry the town for saloons if they would vote against W HBarnes and myself in the election this fall The saloon men have organized and are carrying this fight into the election and I suppose I will lose almost the entire Demo cratic vote of the salooon men of the town Now I want the help of some good honest men to overcome this loss and must hays it if I win my defeat is a victory for the saloon men and my election is their defeat Can you and will you help todefeat the saloon men thereby assist in raising the moral and religious standard of our county Thanking you in advance for your favors and influence in the coming election and trusting to your good judgement to take what ever you think the right course after considering this question I am Respectfully your friendJ If the above letter refers to us or either of us it is a wilful falsehood and was written for campaign purposes on the eve of the election by the man who sent the letter with a malicious intent to injure the Republican candidates We nor either of us ever made any such bargain agreement either di rectly or indirectly nor authorized any one else toIE M Woodward W S Tinsley R B Martin James M DeWeese 11 S Ragland C M Barnett C E Smith ML Heavrin U G Ragland Chester Keown L M Sandefur Cal P Keown Joseph Carson S T Bar nett R It Wedding Wood Tinsley J G Keown Perry Keown Jas A Park R W King E L Bullington Clarence KeQwn L T BarpardtE G Barrass John W Taylor L F Woerncr A W Davidson son S J Wedding A F Stanley T H Black Mack Ragland R E Duke H F Lowe Louis Gunther S A Anderson J and Herbert Haynes Leonard Tay lor Arthur Milligan Ivy and Myrtle Floyd Bertrand Ewin and Ben J Bristow A sumptious dinner was served and a very enjoyable time spent Mrs Beatrice Givens who h has been ill of dyptheria is im provingIJohn Reardon has bpught the pro petty here belonging to Willie of Owensboro and will move into i soon Mrs R M Miller went to Walnut Grove Saturday to see her father C W Phillips who is very ill The whooping cough and diptheria cases all getting along Very well Everett Haynes will go to Hopkins county this week to visit his brother Miss Beulah May of near Whites ville was the guest of MissMattie Williams Sunday Mr Boarman Finley Mines passed through here Friday enroute to DeanfieldMrs Corley and family and Mrs Mittie Hamilton and daughter were the guest of Mrs Pole Martin SaturdayMisses Bush and Nancy McDaniel were the guests of Mrs B H Givens last week Harry Givens who has sciatic rheumatism is somewhat improved MorrisonHeavrinAnnouncement Owensboro VeiseDger Dr and Mrs J P Heavrin ant nounce the engagement and coming marriage of the daughter Miss Grace to Mr Goodloe M Morrison The wedding will take place on the afternoon of Wednesday November 15 at the home of the brides par ents The ceremony will be prefor med by Rev of the first Baptist church Strayed Stolen One male pointer white with liver ears and few other liver colored spots has tip of tail cut off will answer to name of Dick 500 ra ward for the return of this dog E G BARRAS Hartford Ky f WHITESVILLE Nov IMrs Winfield Morrison Owensboro visited her husband here Saturday and Sunday Misses Mary Weddingand Martha TuesdayIIMiss Gertrude Hickey is visiting her Mrs Hosie Shown of Ada burg visitintMiss Mary H Wedding who has been on the sick list for a few day is convalescent Miss Alma Ford Fordsville spent Saturday with Misses Stella and Mary Wedding Misses Bessie Floyd and Pansy FuqUa Knottsville spent Saturday and Sunday here Mrs Ben Ford Oweneboro spent MrsIWind field Morrison who has been homeIhome in Owensboro Monday Cfarence Williams Owensboro i blackI C L Obenchain spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents in Pell vine Dr Hoover Owensboro was here Friday to see Mrs Elmore Ashby- A crowd from here attended th meeting at Mt Carmel Sunday Mrs Millie Meshew went to Ow 1 ensboro Tuesday Hiliary Dewey and Miss Florence I Simons spent Sunday afternoon here with Misses Mary and Stella Wed dingMrs Bratcher Cook went to Ow ensboro Saturday j c I Central City Wedding j lOwemboro Mentngtr I Miss Pear Metcalf daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Metcalf cf Central City was married to Mr jCharlesSoWdenCivil engineer for on Thursday the home of Rev W B Wright Christian minister The THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME Are Never Without Peruna in the Home for Catarrhal Diseases Under date of January lb J897 Dr JIartman received tho following letter s My wife has been a sufferer from complication of diseases for the pus twentyfive years Her case has baffled the skill of some of tho most noted phy sicians Ono of her worst troubles was chronic constipation of several years standing She was a ro passing through that most critical period in tho life of a womanchango of life 1 n June1815l wrote to you about her case You advised a coarse of reruna and Manalln which wo at once commenced and have to say it completely cured her- About tho samo time I wrote you about my own case of catarrh which hall been of twentyfive years standing At times I was almost past going I commenced to use Penrut according to your Instructions and continued Its use for about a year sad It has completely cured ma Your remedies do all that you claim for them and even more John O Atkinson In a letter dated January 1 1000 Mr Atkinson says arter five years exper ience with Porpna Twill ever contlnuejto speak a good word for Peruna lam still cured catarrh John O Atkinson Independence Mo Box 272 n young couple are both very popular being members of prominent fami lies Their marrriage was a surprise to their friends gCollege Items The number of boarding students is gradually increasing The totals twentytwoThe and James Paris who were assigned to work in the collegiate depart mentThis week closes the first qbarter and teachers are holding theirquar terly examinations Next week each pupil will begin his report card which must be submitted to the ents for examination andsignature These reports are of very great im careIfulThe pupils and teachers are grates ful to Carson Company for the rulers and book satchels which were distributed gratis among school children x The Adelphian Literary Society will give an open session in the near future chdpeienames of those pupils who during the two months just closed had neither been absent nor tardy and the names of those who were perfect in attendance or punctuality The Total results Were as follows Num ber of pupils who were neither tardy nor absent was in Primary Intermediate l2Grammart10 Collegi ate 20 The number of pupils who were not absent was in Primary 20 Intermediate 30 SubCollegiate 23 Collegiate 22 The teachers monthly reports for the month showed an average daily attendance of 42 pupils in the Pri mary 38 in the Intermediate 47 in the SubCollegiate and 49 in the Col legiate department t Mrs Alia Schwandt Sanborn Minn writes rheumator having used Peruna I can sleep and j nothing bothers me now ItI everant effected with any kind of sickness Peruna will be the medicine I shall use My son was cured of catarrh ot the larynx by Peruna Mrs Ails SchwandtWhy People are Especially Liable to Systemic Catarrh When old ago comes on catarrhal dis eases como also Systemlo catarrh Is almost universal fn old people This explains why Peruna has become so indispensable to old people Foruna is their safeguard Peruna is the only remedy yet devised that entirely meets these cases Nothing but an effective systemic remedy can cure themtlA reward of 10000 has been deposited in the Market Exchange Dank Colum bus Ohio as a guarantee that the above testimonials are genuine that we hold in our possession authentic letters cer tifying to the samo During many years advertising wo have never used i in part or in whole a single spurious testimonial Every ono of our trail monlals are genuine and in tho tvciJj of tho ono whoso name Is appcidiJ J A Obituary The home of C M and Nora F Debruler Trisler Ky was made sad Sept 11 by the death of their little one Little Orvis had been sick about three months He was one year two months and twentysix days old He was so small to endure the suffering that he did but the patience with which he bore it was remarkable Orvis was such a sweet child always kind to everybody and everythingThe services conducted by Rev Galloway was held at TrWer Sept 12 and the remains were inter red in Trisler Cemetery Weep not dear parents but let us live so that when lifes troubles shall have ended we shall g6 and meet the little one who is now singing around the throne of God and beck oning to us His AUNT BE- RTHAAjers Take cold easily Throat e tender Lungs weak Any relatives have consumption Then a cough means a great CherryPectoral i deal to you Follow your doctors advice and take Ayers Cherry Pectoral It heals strengthens prevents For 00 rear I bare depended on 1eeCherry Ioetoral for ecuj a told I greatly itrendheiu wk lungs leasA aoalgoa atlne ssemoc1100 JC ATIRCO All itmriUtl forMu1 Weak Lungs yhisr t ARIZONA I P hAl 4 If 11 4I V UuLv MV OLVLR 1 H MINES4I We offer you 5 Shares of Stock FREE for every 20 Shares you sell at 50 cents per share in this big Gold and Silver property AVERAGE VALUE 150 per ton Gold 120 per ton Silveri Address TIPTOP HEATH MINING MILLING CO PRESCOTT ARIZONA I TWENTYTWO STATES Represented at National Meetin of A Sof E Recently Held at Indianapolis J W Dunn president ofthe JDa viess county union A S of E S B Robinson vicepresident of the ASSOciajtion dianapolis where they attended the national meeting of the American Society of Equity- Twentytwo states were represented at the convention by about 1C ttanE1actedThe question of pooling crops the fixing of prices were the mostI important matters before the convention J A Everett was reelected and H B Sherman NationalorgunizerI The following minium prices were fixed on various commoditions Corn SO edits oats 18 cents hay 10 hogs six and cuehalf cents cattle from 5 to G costs j Going Some Lightening sure acts strange i YlKIYew a streak of it cfme in our kitchon tool yesteedap struck two chairs and the table ran around the dining room up the stairs tore hrough ovory upstairs room and finally went out of the window i near died laughing You must have thought it was i funny Yes it remonded me of how rill acts when grandma is after him Auto Replaces Camel j As the the results of an automobile on the desert a novel car has just been completed for the use of the Sirdar of whowill use it on j the vast sandy stretches of the Sud an The motive power consists of a twentyhorsepoxver threecylinder vertical engine with a Kenold silent i chats transmission The wheels are ntjpiy inrioed by light metal site J i rt4nlthehrri- tr solid rubber tires exposed and it i thought that the latter will thg out becoming imbedded so deeply to impede progress To prevent th fine grit working into any part the mechanism the entire underbid is protected by an ingeniously devis ed apron Either kerosene or gasolene suits the engine equally well and owing to the character of the country to be j traversed provision has spcially been made for a three days supply ofI soling and drinking waiter as well as fuel The change speed gear gives a range of from three to twen tymiles an hour The car will in trailerOvery to a gun upon which will be mounted a dynamo and searchlight to be run from the car engine This will be used for night observations in the desert Without the searchlight carriage weight of the car is close to 5000 pounds WonderfulI read by a the tramp by tankI replied his chum of the ties and it was wonderful how he could tell fortunes 1 asked him what 1 needed de most of all in dig world Vhatdidhesay Why he looked at me palm and said A cake of soap CautiousIinsist on car umbrellaI one for feu it would prevent somebodI from giving him one on ChristmasJ COOKERY IN THE SUMMER Hint from Pnrls Tells How to Man tjiulnte Device and Prepare Meal with Paper as Fuel iFrom Paris there comes news of a household invention nn inI volition pertaining especially toI the live or six room flntthnt will he nil Interesting bit of news to many dwellers in the towns who liv to solve the cookery problem i1 1 yet are studying to mod i t this tf ini prnlHi cf the floor w iIIJ oil hld tltII wellsays the Ahrerinnetench would solve the problem of the broiled fuelethefItypeculiaringcunify i outlet with a mwspaperandsn- tlllIe is There is a lit fit pan of aluiiiiniim made to lit beneath an other pan also of aluminum Tho paper torn into strips is burned 11f1riabsorbs the heat quirky laid cotta plotoly and when the jiapc hills loco consumed the outlet has been lanyard Ion nicety mid 1ooxed sullleionlly The iced mel ion the salads hind the head for prmdarediny cookery and fruit of one kind or another ore generally abund ant The heat from the little nlu i minimi contrivance is economized nod concentrated in hit steikautl does not raise the surrounding temperature to any appreciable decree Kind of Men Who Make Doctors A reason for the cheerful tem perament which characterizes so many doctors probably is to bo cn1telilllsays the Indian Medical HlcoldlThe nervous the timid t peptic anti the invalid do not j readily take to the doctors calling Only those endowed with strong and virile are fitted for the tlIIlllIalllenhI likely to finbraceit medical men are as n class of a j peculiar and virile nature that they are cheerful aJUIIresourceful Marry or Stay In Jail In sonic parts of Slum girls who mnrprying i class under the special care of thej king who binds himself to find husbands for them all His meth prisonerini gain pardon and release bv mar I rying one of flu fnoligihle class Whether he is already married or not is of no consequence for in Siam a man is not restricted to one wife hut still many prison j ers prefer jail s a beautiful brown or rich black Grand Prize St Louis31904 1 d Use Colunthia G Ir BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines 750 to 500 Disc Machines 12 to 65 Tho Granhophono reproduces all kinds of music perfectly band orohostra violin vocal and Instrumental solos qualottos otc It Is an ondfoss sourco of amusement loa ClearrJgJnal Loud Unrivaled IVI uslcal B rllllant I nsplrlnj A 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Upon Solitary and alone almost stately in its grandeurthe famous old Ferris 4 wheel stands intact on the worlds j fair grounds It is the bugaboo of the Chicago wrecking company which has the contract for removing the buildings of the Louisiana pur v chase exposition company and it is liable to be the last relic of the fair t Officials of the wrecking companyI stated Tuesday that probably leave the wheel very last thing The wheel is intact except that the cars have been removed The prob lem of removing the wheel has puz zled the wrecking company long and sorely and even now the methods of its demolition had not been fully dot cided upon At one time the company advertised to give the Ferri wheel to any one who would take it down and remove it but up to date there have been no volunteers It was then suggested that the wheel he blown with dynamite This meth I od has not been rejected and may be adopted as a last resort Frag ments of the old structure would be Itblown all over Forest park if dyna mite were used and the wrecking companv considers that it wants get everything else out of the watoI Torrlflcilnco With Doath Death was fast approatning writes Ralph F Fernandez of Turn pa Fla describing his fearful race with death as a result of liverI trouble and heart disease which had robbed me of sleep and of ull interest in life I had tried many differ eat doctors and several medicines but got no benefit until I began toI use Electric Bitters So wonderful was their effect that in three days I felt like a new man and today I am cured of all my troubles Guaran- teedr at Z Wayne Grimm Bro drugstore price GOc Rival to Mammoth Cave Promising to rival in extensiveness and beauty the famous Mammoth Cave is one recently discovcrd near Glasgow Junction One arm has al ready been explored for a distance of several miles and further prog Iireapwas not possible to tell the magnitude of the stream n1the torches only threw light a few feet away The investigation so for have been conducted by Dr Hazen and John Tho mpson aided by a colored man As soon as a bont with which to ferry the stream is complete a search will be prosecuted with vigor The new cave is described by Dr Hazen as being of surpassing beauty Scores of chambers within a short distance of the entrance have already been explored In one was found a quan tit of bones supposed to be th remains of Indians DynamitoISaved by savcdlby1 l Ifnoth1ingT Gray of Calhoun Gaf writes My wife had a very aggravated cough which kept her awake nights Two physician could not help her So she took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which eased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific care for bronchitis and La Grippe At Z Wayne Griffin S Bros drug store price oOcand 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free j Southern Hospitality Some years ago one Bof Keokuk county Iowa made a wagon trii- Southernthrough the adjacent tStates On his return he recounted to his friends his impressions of his journey 1 Now for instant said he went to a farmer to ask him the way to the nearest towns It was about 1130 a m and I wanted to push on but these here Southern feller a is so hospitable he would not let me He says Light stranger an come to dinner So I lit They had a great big dish of fried potatoes in the rnidble of the 4table The host pushed the hish to me an says Have somestran ger I took a spoonful an pushed em back He pushed em over again nn gaid Have sumo mere stranger i took another spoonful an II pushe 1em back He says Take a whole lot stranger So I took an other spoonful an pushed em back Then he pushed em over again an says Take dd near all of estranger m A Creeping Death Blood poison creeps up toward the heart causing death J E Stearns Bell Plaint Minn writes that friend dreadfully injured his hand which swelled up like blood poison ing Bucklens Arnica Salve drew out the poison healed the wound andsaved his life Best in the world for burns and sores 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store Cleared for Action When the body is cleared for ac tion by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of heart on tins cheeks the brightness of th eye the firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store 25 cents L 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscrib ers to the Weekly Courier Journal The Weekly CourierJournal Hen ry Wattersons paper wants to share theprofits of this prosperous s year with its subscribers Itpropose to give away twenty Christmas pres ents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There willJ be four general presents of 100 IiO 30 and 20 andl sixteen pres ent of W and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennes see Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write for the CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for n copy of the Weekly Cou rierJournal giving full details It will be sent free tf Resting the Horse Remove all harness from the horses when stabled for noon The next best thing is to lift the breeching in case of a beeching harness and push the collor for ward on the neckI rubbing the sweat away with a dr cloth If the horse reaches down for his food this will be a great relief but if he is fed from above it will not avail When horses reject or fail to eat the usual amount remove it from the manger and sprinke with salted wa ter Consumption CJ There is no specific for consumption Frshair ex= ecrcise nourishing food and Scotts Emulsion willcome near curing it if there Millionsgoodhealth g From time immemorial the Idoctors prescribed cod liver or consumption Of course the patient could notItake it in its old form it did very little good They can take t COTTSr EMULSIONand time There is no oilnot easilydigested system as cod liver oil in the form of Scotts Emulsion soIits use must be continuous tj Ve will send you a sample free CJ Be lure thit this picture in the form of a libel U on the wrap per of every bottle of Emulsion you buyI Scott Bowne 1 Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York lr nn ft ab JruJR 1m I FOOTBALLI Claims over Two Score More Victims forty Five Deaths Fortyfive deaths and hundreds ol serious injuries is the record of foot 1bnll for the last five years according to a canvass make by the New York Herald In almost every instance the death or injury was due directly to he vy mass plays against which the Herald says President Roosevelt and the country at large are protes ting so vigorously Sixteen died as a result of intean al injuries four from broken neck- six from concussion of the brain froern one m lockjaw one from blood poison due from hemorrhage and two from spi injuriessuffered in play The injuries included ten legs and fourteen collarbones broken and four skulls fractured Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney d Ca Toledo OhioWe the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially j able to carry out any obliga WaldlnglKinnan nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ef the system Testimonials sent free prices 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation A Uulque Will Let some of our financiers v put this in their pipes und smoke it Signor Florio was a noted moneylender of Naples the Uncle Russell Sage of Compania As happens to most men money lenders as well as borrowers he died As happens to few money lenders he died by his own hand leaping headforemost out committedysuicide He left his estate values at 4000000 lire 800000 Hospital for Incurables on conditionI that a memorative tablet placed bearing this The money which I obtained from the wealthy which in their turn they wrested from the poor now re turned to thepoor I Poultry Notes Wheat chaff can be used on the floor of the poultry hpuse to perhaps better advantage than any other on the farm It can be placed on j the floor to a depth of three or four I inches and serves several purposes the first of which is to keep the floor j dry and clean then if a few millet istscatteredthe feed Wheatchaff being always i fine is excellent for the manure heap When tho floor is cleaned off The j chrff is the cheapest substance that jean be used whose wheat is grownI aid in the winter it will i fowls warm by shutting out drau ghts of cold air along the floor IT Consumptives relstoledten suffering for several years severe sung affection and tha dreaded disease Consumption is anxI ions to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will find a sure cure fqr Consumption I Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes j all sufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York 32yr Eaters of Clay IMcafnt Chroulfie 1 flU clayeaters are hardy but pale The clay is a deep yellow with a smooth sweet taste some thing like yellow jack molasses chn dy The ethnologist had just returned from North Carolina where he had been studying the famous colony of clayeat era They are nil LY lish Lvori s4iftt n Ihe continued and they talk with a marked English accent They are a little ashamed of their habit They deny it at first tc strangers But this shame soon dis appearsThe clay was eaten raw cut Into roundcakes Sometimes it is bread ed and served with molasses or ma pie sirup Sometimes again it is mixed with sweet potatoes in a pud dingI tried it The taste was sicken ing to me I could no more have eaten the loathsome stuff than I chewingtThe clay is found near the miner al streams They ale it first from hunger due to crop failures But eatsopium because they have formed a vicious taste for it Struggle for the Best Senator has finished Beverikge just telling the young men how to succeed The cry of the n eisUp ward The passion of the time is for iirprovewent the struggle is for the best the effort toward the high estIt in a splendid thing The men who are still groping along stifled with commercialism mediocrity graft are missing a lot And the world is fullof practical men to tell them so Ignorance is almost impossible To those who are patiently pursuing an unlovely path doing the thing that comes next using themselves as best they Know putting their brain and brawn to practical advantage to those who will como the clarion call Higher and ever higher To these will come the fine calm joy of duty performed and soulstrength pained from work plain work This is a fino world anddont forget there is plenty of opportu nity left CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought A Boars the- signature of Sunflower Philosophy We are no prophet we can never tell anything about weather until it arrivesA will come off shortly in Atchison and every one is saying Poor man If a pretty man does not make an impression at least every hour his heart is broken Peoples noses get blue in November and dont begin to whiten until the followingJuneHow like to be a letter and be able to buy a ticket to New York for two cents About the first thing a woman does when she decides to keep boarders is to invest in a cheaper line of table linen Somewhat Similar Women and men are very much alike in one respect said the home grown philosopher Whats the answer queried the OlthIthe philosophy dispenser lie about the fish they didnt catch and women lie about the men they could have married had they wanted to The Cause of It Why did you leave your last Uffentmaid the last couple I was with didnt agree Indeed Why should their ills agreememts affect you It was about me The gentleman liked me but she didnt- WQrseThoul Jerlco Such invitations as You go to grass You go tt Hades You go to Jerico You go to the devils ate altogether too common to be ef fective This slight variation was heard the other night I hope you scoundrel you will never stop in your downward carer until you strike the bottom of the bottoms pit Modesty I make it an invariable rule said Mr Stormington Barnes not to talkabout myselftIndeed Yes When Iwas asked recently v ho the griwttt Hitvet Is I refus ul to anwiT t r r ro Mf I beeniuand has male under sonal supervision since Its infancy Allow to this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health off Infants ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cattorla is a harmless substitute for Castbr Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor outer Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays FeverIshness cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho sloopTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S9 Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years F- f1e eeNT UR COMPANY n MUftHAV TfllCT Nate YORK CITY i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I If Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age llernme It curra cumplttrly and at once It rellfVw the ot a llrlng death All eases of llles can be by n surgical operation hut you would rather have PUN without the knife HAIHUS1 POSITIVE PIIECIJnE will do It only bj the LeltchOrld ItmrruncalCo luc For ealefro- yJ H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 1 I 1 I 1 I III i au a a uutx WV W II DO YOU WANTA Position that will payyou from 500 to 5000 a year 11 That is what our graduates demand ing for their work We give the kind training that counts from the start SaldryByNSllORO beginsSeptOwensbor Busines Uni73it r Owensboro Kentucky rvj r IfI It 0 ANYBODY S CV SVSttiTSM 1111 11b fr c aniu4 lo hiiKHfiI ti u n r eMerk ibowt tlic lienT1Jt ep ty loox rljtit leave- nnda rlhI Md t t I cr ue- puldly uneeita So VCIIo1La- 1STDVENS RIFLES PISTOLS AND SHOTGUNS hire hereLdoiwi In t detente totil tututhe otU n STEVENS FI3XEARM3 nee H by An p elnt a T hn4 deden U 0 r tc nbiit n II Done le thatIHi li oneuIticiiJ tu 0 tuui ft fttvmt J STEVENS ARMS O TOOL CO 4092IU 3A Subscribe for THEt- lAUTKOKD 11iitit OA 1 IUO MT 1 trl in advance been his per no ono deceive you in and It why pang cured cured Made 11 are of tnucdl Mrdr Low One Wy Colonist Rater Via Big Four Route To CALIFORNIAWASHINGTON t OREGON IDAHOMONTANA UTAH ian iitcriiiecHntetcnItory TIClui1 on Snle Atli 1 to A1y IS For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or ad dress the undersigned WAUliUV J IYXCII l ItlI- ttrlonetl r i Obi ri J UAT1K LMl AKVll- ILoulnvill Ky I iF1ffiMF1F ++ FF14aIt4D1FF11tIIi1Fr3 + ft tflfffmtiFfl + F FEAAeURAvS- l+ av rejiiMltM for K a1Ipennnre0o1het11nrYetbut the Duly om toot hu IniTpn to Ijoin iilKuliite sad p ItIYe iiirt for nil forma hf Kcimilc Tron l l KKM ACU 1A A liwl rrli will rmirlnTi ibi innut tr tliHl of lln uliiiiwt P- diiNrnlmrr1raTTrnxrreSln Il arnalyhybeGE1TLlIFIrLUIt111131tCALt0r+ fin For iilelT + J H WILLIAM Hartford Ky 7 t 5++++ 4Itr wriht ivriFl OIoHoHit1oifo +3Ft430p J d1- A 41 4 Y4 W e s r f- A l i 1 00 Hartford Republican e leeuedbythe llartlnnl riilill tiliiB Company iNconrnmvrn V K 8MIfllMMMJdllor I =acr10=sEC Currvb rlnMMMaRouCh 2Srr22FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3 REPUBLICAN TICKET Foil HEPKK8KXTATIVE CHARLES C BEARD FOR COUNTY JUlIO W B TAYLOR FOil COUSTY COUltT CIKIIK W S TINSLEY FOil COUSTYATTOUSEY- K M WOODWARD FOitsiiFniKF R B MARTIN FOR JAIlEll OSCAR MIDKIFF 8UlFUIXTEXI iNT OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DEWEESE raft ASSKSSOIS II SAM W LEACH Foil stilt VflYIlt NATHANIEL MOXLEY roll COUOSEIl JEROME ALLEN FOR MAGISTRATEe 1 llnrtford HUtrlct Xchola llnrrnM 1 Cromwell lilntrtrt W V Jllll r n Hnlphur Sprint IMMrlct V SIlean 4 FordTllle Mlntrlct W II KU 6 Ilutord Dlttrtct Urn H CImTnberlnln a CVntertown IIItrlrtlIrrt tender 7 Iiocliiort DUtrtct Jnlin Jlllfs FOR CONSTABLE I Ilarlfonl llltrlrt J II Dvnnln I Cromwell Dlntrlct II M Young n Snlphnr Hprln r DUtrlct Wnlter Mlilklff 4 Ponlnvlll lllntrlct K Hedden 0 Centertoirn 111trlrtW II Illll 7 HofMort DUtrlct JnmeClHrk HARTFORD CITY TICKET For MayorT H Black For Police JudgeR R Wedding For CouncilmenFrank Lowe C E Smith M L Heavrin U S Car son R C Taylor G B Williams Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us VOTE early next Tuesday k Do YOU favor the third term i office IK you vote for Miller you indorse the establishment of public roads a the cost of private citizens I VOTE the Republican ticket if you favor competition in buying and pub lic contracting for iron bridges IF you vote the Democratic ticket next Tuesday you vote to maintain the present system of indiscriminate property raising Do YOU favor indiscriminate raising of the assessed value of property If so vote for the contingent running on the Democratic ticket A VOTE for the old viva voce system of voting is not a vote to elimi nate the present system of regis tration Just the way of voting isl wednesIIday Herald Mr L will hereafter sit on the tripod- our whoI contemporary Do YOU favor hepresent system of promiscuous raising the assessed value of your property which has been inaugurated by the board of supervisors appointed by candidate J P Miller IF the proposed amendment to th Constitution providing for a retur- to the old viva voce system of voting I n should be adopted we would still tc HS I annoyed with the present pseless registration ARE you in favor of a man for of fice who says he would rather buy wheat in foreign markets and pay 115 per Bushel for it than pay Ohio county farmers 90 cents per bushel Vote the Democratic ticket if you are FARMERS if you vote the Demo cratic ticket next Tuesday you will vote for a man who is in the em ploy ofcontrolled by and in partner ship or at least has recently bee in partnership with the Continental Tobacco Co one of the most gigan tic tobacco trusts in the world 0WHEN you retire to the booth next Tuesday with unvoted ballot in your hand you should be satisfied that competition in buying iron bridges for Ohio county would not cheapen the price before you cast that ballot for the Democratic tick et thereby indorsing that method of buying them manDo YOU for office who according to his own admis ions has had the assessed value of the property of the taxpayers of Ohio county raised to that extent that they have been compelled to pay 81000 more in taxes during the past seven years than they did in the preceeding seven years Do YOU favor the reelection of a man who in one breath says he has in the last seven years saved for the poor taxpayers of Ohio county 21000 by reason of the fact that poll tax has been reduced from 150 to 100 and on this basis appeals for support and in the next breath admits that he has by means of having your property raisedcol lected 81000 more from the same poor taxpayers than was collected in the preceding seven years LAST year just before the election a certain gentleman who is now running for reelection to office on the Democratic ticket in an article published in the Hartford Herald scored the negroes up one side and down the other and bomeaned President Roosevelt fn every conI ceivablej way because he believes inI giving the negro a show Now thatI Same gentleman is honeying around the colored folks trying to get them to vote for him and the rest of the ticket IT has been reported that it was the fault ofCounty Clerk MS Ragland that the stock law question will not be submitted to a vote in Cool Springs precinct in accordance with petition for same Elsewhere in TilE REPUBLICAN will be found Mr Raglands official certificate to the effect that the petition was nev er filed in his office We are inform ed that it was left with Judge Miller as the petition from Heflin was andI was never by him filed with the Clerk and by reason of this fact no order for an election was madeI It was in no way the Clerks faultI for until such matters are filed inn his office he knows nothing of them IN A letter sent to Mr Clayton Woodward of Beaver Dam and tot various other persons over the county which will be found on the first page of this issue Judge Miller says My defeat is a victory for the saloon men and my election is their defeat and again he says My election will assist in raising the moral and religious standard of our coun ty Now does any one who knows W B Taylor the Republican nomi nee for County Judge believes his Taylors election would be a victo ry for the saloons We are reliably informed that he was never in a sa loon in his life We might ask the Judge who won four years ago on the The KidneysW- hen j they are weak tor pfd or stagnant the whole system suffers Dont neg lect them at this time but heed the warning of the I aching back the bloated face the sallow complexion the urinary disorder and begin treatment atonce with i HoodsSarsaparilla whichtAntainsthebestondn For testimonials of remarkable cures 8IMost eve of the election when he lined six McHen1rfor them Who won when he was indicted and fodnd guilty by a jury of twelve men of running a blind tigerat McHenry Was it a victory for the saloons then or was it a defeat for them Was the moral and religious standard of the countythere by raised The indictment for and jurys verdict finding him guilty of selling whisky together with an in I dictment and plea of guilty for fail ofnwhich he was at one time overseer I are on file in the Circuit Clerks of fice and can be seen by any one who desires to see them GLEANINGS FROM JUNGLES Under the headlines of A word for Ohio county and speaking for its pets Miller and Barnes and about their management of the countys affairs the Hat tford Herald says Wlint illlren ul ihl rrtmitjr wniililKttli nutrneonInto them nR and nnpl r n- view lot of untrnlmil mm who luirphnil no rxtwrlenn In mnli iittnlr mid Ilmv thn piunirtnnt mutter In their Imniln Such argument has long since been worn threadbare Everybody knows that these same men began their official duties with little experience as any man that ever ran for either of the offices which they now hold There are I others who can probably learn the duties of County Judgoand County i Attorney We think the men running for these offices on the Republican ticket have as much tact at learning things as the present in cumbents aijtl the people will run no greater risk in electing them they did when they elected the thanI ent incumbents Continuing same article it says f The county unilrr the rrwht limlli iimiiHKeiiHnt U IMctlcHtljr out of ilrtit Judge Miller says in his article To the Voters of Ohio County that he found the county 35000 in debt and that he has paid 34500 leaving only 500 owing We infer that he means to say that this is all the county owes Well suppose it is I and suppose that either one or bathof these statements are true there is no especial credit due anyone except the taxpayers for liquidating the debt for Judge Miller admits in the same article that he has collected 81000 more taxes from Ohio county taxpayers during his term of office than was collected during Judge John P Mortons term of office and figuring the running expenses of Millers term the same as Mortons term there would be a balance of 46500 of the excess collected left after deducting the 34 500 paid on the indebtedness accord ing to Millers own figures What has been done with this The taxpayers came up with 81000 extra taxes during Millers term because he J P Miller candidate for the third term by his board of super visors raised their property and forced them to do it and he now claims the glory for paying 31500 debts with it It is entirely all right to pay debts but dont try to mis lead the people about the manner in which it is done But to the Heralds statement that the county is practically out of debt We are reliably informed that there are debts against the county in excess of 20000 and it represents the money borrowed to pay for the Hartford and Beaver I Dam pike together with iron bridges unpaid for Of course the county can and will pay these debts but lets be fair about it Dont try to mis lead the people by saying the county is practically out of debt when as a matter of factit owes more than half as much as has been claimed that itI owed when Judge Miller came into office and that too notwithstanding the fact that 81000 more taxes has been collected during his term than was ever collected in the same time j from Ohio county taxpayers j About Stock Law in Cool Springs csCOUNTYI M S Ragland Clerk of Ohio County Court do certify that the petition to vote on stock law in the Cool Springs precinct was never filed in my office Given under my hand I this 1st day of November M S RAGLAND C 0 1905II By UG Ragland Surprise Party i The following young people gave I Misses Cassie and Hettie Riley quite an enjoyable surprise party last Friday nightIMisses Artie Wedding Pearl Thom SS d6SdS5 FREE the we are to 8 25 of For 30 6 SAVE 1llattings ticket Millinery Carpets total and to 25 pre 72 sent them and FREE j You only have to buy the records u n s One Standard Graphophone Besides bargains constantly offering I awayI U i With every worth goods days only Beginning October 1905 ticketsi geta- Graphophone away r 7iIlls is a disc talking m lehine not u toy with n speaking iveord lint is nuclianir ully full natural torn ant is tho MOST instrument on the market It is yours without wist This oilers an ojiportunity every in Ohio rounty to siiiiro a high rado Staiulnnl Talking Maohine Free Coino hear it Sing ami talk Dont forjiit this is fur 50 days only1tlut overlook this chanif to jct a talking free Soo who will he till lilt to get LONG COMPANYS ECONOMY STORE 8 Hartford s lr as Hattie Barnett Fannye Cox Elba Bean Mary Keown Irene MillerI Winona Stevens Annie Pstton Lilly Miller Arbye Brown Messrs Cleve Her Grossie Williams Marvin Moseley Robert Bennett Mack Fogle Ross Bennett Fstil Park Emory Schroeter IF BIG SRliE OF LOTS Some time Novem ber there will be sold at public auction a large number of city lots lying in and adjacent to the city of Hartford and in what is as the S K Cox addition Call at Ohio County Bank and seethe plan and plat as made out by JohnB Wil son the Surveyor ROXEY Nov IThe farmers are very busy stripping tobacco Joe Coleman Cromwell and Miss Emily Taylor Rob Roy were married Tuesday evening Lucian Sandefur and family visited friends and relatives in Butler county Saturday and Sunday Miss Jocie Embry Rob Roy visited nightImusical Jocie Embr in honor of her brothelPoli tals 18th anniversary last Saturday night was largely attended hAST CALL FOR TUXES I have given repeated public notice and have mailed Indi vidual notice to every tax payer to settle their taxes But many have failed to hee any of these calls Now I is sued this last call to give everyone doubly fair warn dCal P Keown S 0 Do the right thing if you have Nasaltatarrh Get Elys Cream Balm at once Dont touch the ca tarrh powders ahd snuffs for they contain cocaine Elys Cream Balm releases the secretions that inflame the nasal passages and the throat whereas common remedies made with mercury merely drive them out and leave you no better than were In a word Elys Cream Bal i3 a real cure not a delusion All druggists 50 or mailed by Ely Bros 515 Warren Street K 1 CheapTwopiold nextIspring M M lUnmvEU Williams Mines lye IT WAS AN UNLUCKY FRIDAY Columbus Discovered America cm That Day Therefore English Lady Holds to the Supmtition Ii Once upon a thin 1 wall in a rail rand accident It wall one of th t only two 1 Imvtuvcr txpcrhmfd mid I puss traveled over Tdllllll Ill IIts Oil trilillH liud HtCMIIUl- KIliric times us fill 1111 from here to I till moon say ltislulp Jldtnbe in the Cliristiiin lhuClItrIA broken wheel threw the train oil the track The ear I wits in wns ll pattered very much Seated just ii head of was an elderly lady who WIIH from rliPiiniir fish It was necessary to change ors I helped her nlf the car car lied her valise and pave her tIll support of my aunt Behind us came a noblelooking English ladv with her husband by her side She was scolding him well for FUrtlng their journey Fri day I told you laiius Slit paid something would happen if we should start on Friday Madam said IulIo you know that Columbus sit sail to discover America on Friday She looked at me with Indiana Iron and said Sir iu my opinion it is a great pity that America Will ever discovered at all So she held her opinion that Fri day wits an unluckyday The old lady who laid the rheumatism WOK tvhlkd1 us scolding James for during t disregard her warning not to star on Friday If there is such n thing as luck surely the American republic hut lend its full share among the nu tions of the earth and this repub lic was created by IB colonies of the mother country It can IllJ proved that lit is the must number there is if interesting co incidejices may be considered in dications ofIIIk is no such atf luck ProvimI 4rnNn Yw F r r1aY FREE FREE FREE We have contract ed with the Standeland Talking Ma chine Co of ChiclIIgo the of the kind In the i world to furnish us with it number of 8lnlkwhich we intend giving abso I lutely FREE Asa h o m e entertainer t this machine hits no equal 4I perfeet with SATISFACTORY extraordinary to Nullity offer mathino one Kentucky CITY in known tf C me sntleriiiji oil Oil IUCkJ1 There u deuce Commit thy way unto the Lord trust also in llim anil lie shrill bring II to pass MR DOOLEY HER STORY- Writer Tells of Bear Cub Which hibited Great Liking for Fam Exttily at Yellowstone Park p A few years ago Mr Walker of the Yellowstone Park while on horseback ran down a silvertip cub until when I sketched theciib iwas fastened to a tree relates Dan Heard in Hecreation DooleyIthis as the young monster wan npprnrnhe t I placed my sketching stool just J t 4 out of reach of nit cub and while worcI with my pencil Mr iDooley Sprit his lime scraping IIIl1klnl101lhe backed away hut all the time p II keeping 1s wicked riffle pig ryes fuslrurd nu lilt Every once in a while he would N nmkr a sudden rush at me and end r it with a halfstrangled gurgling growl When the season was over Un commander of the post tllhllfthat he intended to send Mr I Jlooley to the Washington zoo This AIlltcJ- wif Dooley never rsrn and the rest morning ItwaH diseoyeretle1that Doolt mid escaped Next spring when Mrs Walker arrived with her husband nt tillIcanyon to open the hotel s 1lJloaclEarlyI al the time he was IB until cafell in rti qitht al tune which he wars to build up In C WillIRII was hack mono ey to his parents from his wages 41 leI for work in the Carolina rice fields Ills Scotch instinct had taught him he has said that the only way v have money was to save it smilesj sdtheir husbands a few more smiles lit il home they wouldnt purchase so milD at saloonsCllcagoEiuBC m r c rot an ads w trr IF = n A6AAA AAAAAAAAA AAAA AAAA Y hi bb 1 p 41 b w 41b+ i 4 At this season our Cloak and Skirt department n should interest every lady in Hartford and vieini i 5 ty To say that wo have the most uptodate garb monts in our city is not exaggerating for wo have bit l- fi 41 41 ami our prices are right Our styles the very jjj 41latest We do not ask you tin buy orly want to 41 our time against yours and show them to you bit I If wo sell you all right if not wo will thank you d for the of them to Call bit op itand see usba 1Our Mens ClothingbC1 are not behind as to tho wants of our gun fc Jj tlemen trade Wo pride ourselves in showing the jjj + 4i jsvvollest line of Suits and Overcoats that are found 41in Hartford Hear inI mind that wo mark our J- 4V Clothing at low reasonable prices and when you bit 41wear our Suits you have the correct stylo at the j Vj same price your neighbor pays Jf it is bbd 0 a Worsted or a Casimoro Suit in square cutdoublo it breasted or military cut wo have thong Our low jt M byt4 5 1 Our ShoesUC1 To us are of great importance because much de fc II ponds on our li et hence wo have been striving fur itI 41 years to obtain the very best wearers on the mark bit 9 4ot her good honest wear fur ladies auulchit 41 Iron wo ollor the celebrated Iricsmeyor Shoo all U 4ottt of the best selected Steel and guaranteed to g 41 g o you perfect wear Eighteen years experience lj 4 in handling this line put us in a position to back j It t1uvurv assertion made about the line For teenb ri our Couriney lino has no superior You a Ci good solid Shut No cut od vamps Every pair ij 41as good solid wear Seo us for good Shoes 91 4UConsult Pairs L 5 If you are nut already a customer consult Fairs bit w 41 at once Wo guarantee you a big saying on your r 411ell bill In connection with our Dry t49 store we have a largo commodious base 91 41 mont where nothing but useful home furnishing 4gooh aro handled at 5c and lOc Nothing highbit 11- 1yL 45 or Calland see this departmentU 41Remember tHe Place U J IlartRepublican FRIDAY NOVEMBERS IHInolBContralRallroadTlmo Table Mo rill llnuiiil No I3i iln 4lT n in No l MuilMU p in ho lo dnnT p m Ninth llnnnd So Ii rtiinliyi MUI No 101 doe Mp m No IS1 line po p m p 1 j SOTIlKTIIK IIIII rilllCAN wll I print Irw olrnnrjrr Mriuorjr Mollcm llbllnHrlm Ilioliilionx ol Krnirrl Klrln hc cxlrnt ol 1HO word AI Yr Ihnf itmnnul recllargefnralll- ralr11 nl Ir per word rH h In mlvNncr Arllrlr In reena o ISO word wl- lbernldnnrIto rqiilrrtl lljiill nnlr I inniiry In eIII itlth iiiKnnnrrlpl Vo elrl lo n weird in nt try Intinurr Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant 4rI Best snagless Gum Boots are at Fairs Good heavy white and gray Linse y at Fairs For good winter Caps or Gloves call at Fairs ring younEggs to Carson Co and get 18c per dozen My MyFresh Oysters Fish an Celery at City Restaurant Mr B F Bean Dundee was a every pleasant caller Monday Mr D F Gibbs Rockport was a t vtdy pleasant culler Tuesday Arbin Petty the tailor is ready to doyour work in firstclass style Nicest line of Cakes and Crackers in Hartford at City Restaurant Special p ices at Fairs on Ladies Children d Mens Underwear 10 h3i t t SJ Completest assortment of Hosiery is found at Fairs No Shoes wear like Fairs Call and get their prices For the very best Mens Fancy Shirts come toFairs Visit Fairs 5c and lOc Basement j when in town Saturday Visit Fairs Saturdayspecial prices in all our departments- I Mr UG Whallen Pre ntis called j to see us whilein town Monday I Mr J T Davis Sunnydale caller see us while in town Monday iltoWe can supply your wants if youi give us a chance I CARSON Co I Mr G W Rowe Cente rtown was a pleasant caller while in town Monday Just arrived a new lot of silks and dress goods at Long Cos Economy Store 1 Mr E G Stewart Beda was pleasant calleg while in town Wed nesday i Mr J A Reneer Centertown made us a pleasant call while in town Monday Fordsvilled I i was a I MondayIi Esq Ed Massey Whitesville w- l a very pleasant calller while in town i Wednesday i I Mr J A White Adaburg was a very pleasant caller while in town WednesdayIi Ask to see our line of ladies and childrens cloaks and furs also rain I coats I LONG Gos ECONOMY STORE 4xa JlIU We want your eggs chickens feathers turnips and apples CARSON Co Messrs Z Wayne Griffin and R T Collins are in Louisville on business i We are headquarters for rain coats overcoats work coats and dress coats CARSQN Co The largest and best selected line of Woolen Dress Goods are at 1airll1 Visit them UP Petty Narrows was a bFvery pleasant caller while in town j Wednesday j AIPettyPressing Club i Peters Shoes of every desfcription and prices low at Long Cos Economy Store Little Miss Marie Graves Perry t Oklakoma is the guest of her moth er Mrs A F Stanley If you want to see some uptodate things in Millinery just visit Long Cos Economy Store Mrs J 0 Wallace and little son Hughes Central City are the guests of Mr and Mrs S T Barnett Come to Carson Co for school shoes and any kind of shoes you j might need CARSON Co I Messrs Mullen Knox Wynona I Miss and Roscoe Barnard Williams Mines visited in the city last Sunday I See what we are offering free i when your cash purchase amounts to 25 at Long Cos Economy Store Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilcrs grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry Jfltf The Adelphian Literay Society of Hertford college will give an openI session Friday night November 10th Ask to see our line of ladies and childrens clocks and furs also rain coats Long Cos Economy StoreIrMrs W P Render and daughters little Misses Mary and MabynMatan zas arc the guest of Mrs C E Smith See Arbin Petty in the basement of the New Commercial Hotel and have that old suit rehauled HeI will make it look as good as new City Restaurant most uptodate place in Hartford Everything neat as a pin Everything good to cat Everything cooked as order edGo to Moore Crabtree for all kinds of fresh meats bacon lard flour meal kraut and pickles Will pay highest market price in cash for beef hides 1612 LosTOn October 12th Lightweight Tan Overcoat between foot of the hill and Main street on Rock port road Return to this office and receive reward If you are needing photos of yourself or any member of your family dont miss the opportunity of having them made at Schroeters Floating Studio Good work guar anteed and delivered promptly Come and let us fityoureyes with a suitable pair of Spectacles Do not endanger your eyesight by fur ther delay but come at once No shoddy goods Satisfaction guaranteed R W KING 12t4 Hartford House Having formed 1 a partnership with Dr A D Park for thepractice of our pprofession I desire to close up all individual accounts So those knowing themselvestndebted to me- will please call and settle Oct 11 1905 E W FORD It is reported that George McCarthy of Centertown deserted his wife and children on the 17th of Octo ber and eloped with James Murrys wife Neither of them have been heard from and McCarthys wife and children are on the charity of the people of Centertown IWANTEDBy Chicago Manufact uring House person of trustworthi I i ness and somewhat familiar with lo j cal territory as assistant in branch j office Salary 18 paid weekly Permanent position No investment required Previous experience not essential to engaging Address Manager Branches Como Block Chicago12t12 Every man owes it to himself d I his family to master a trade or pr fession Read the display advertisement fl of the six Morse Schools o Telegraphy in this issue and learn how easy a young man or young lad may learn telegrapby and be assured j a position tf j IBy typographical error in the S communication last week I it was stated that Worth Tichenor AssociaI lis when it was intended to state that Watt Taylor was attending the Association Mr W H Davis died at his home in Sunnydale last Saturday after an illness of typhoid fever extending over several days His remains were- I interred at Sunnydale Sunday 1IrI oungIj small children He was an excellent f citizen and will be greatly missed the community of his home inI William Campfield of Wysox fell oft a high barn last Friday afternoon sustaining such injuried that it be came necessary to amputate his leg Mr Campfield was at work covering his barn and the scaffold that was supporting him gave away He slid down the roof and fell on a lot of sawlogs His leg was crushed frightfully an arm broken and his body was badly bruised Dr Joe TaylorI amputated his leg and I woundsIThe announcement of the death oJI Sam S Cox which occuried at home of his sister Mrs C E Rogers I at Elkton Ky yesterday afternoon at a oclock came as a great shock to the people of Hartford and community He had been ill only a few days and his condition was not thought to be serious but unexpected complications set in and death quickly ensued Sam was the only son of Capt and Mrs S K Cox and was one of Hartfords most popular and promising young men Critically The Rev John A Bennett is in a critical condition at his home at Utica as the result of blood poisoning While repairing a fence several days ago Mr Bennett allowed a heavy plank to fall on his leg making- a slight wound No attention was paid to it at the time but it became inflamed and later caused blood poisoning Dr J C Hoover of Owens boro was called in cousultation with Mr Bennetts family physician Saturday LAST GALL FOR TUXES I have given repeated public no tices and have mailed individual no tice to every taxpayers to settle I their taxes But many have failed to heed any of these calls Now I issue this last call to give every one doubly fair warning CAL P KEOWN S 0 C COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE Oct 30Farmers are busy gath ering corn and hauling coal Rev G W Gardon is receiving tobaccoC Barnes Prentis entere school at Hartford last Monday School at this place is progressing nicelyExSenator C S Taylor is able to be out again The Literary and Debating society is progressing nicely The Following from this place visited at Aidrie last Sunday Misses Marie Stevens Maud Petty Victora Aracken and Tina Burgess Messrs W S Taylor A V Leach- C W Taylor and V N Patterson Hurrah for the Republican party for we feel that it will be victorous next Tuesday- t Wanted 40 Pick Miners at McHenry Mines McHenry Ky MCHENRY COAL CoIIPANYt By R T WEDDING O AIS T O H S A g tillItoKlyd Yca Ilala Atolls Borg l Spurt 114tflof CENTERTOWNtNov 1 Louisville this week on important business Mr Arthur Williams has gone to Owensboro this week on special trip C K Reneer was in Hartford Monday on legal business S R James who is clearking in I Chapman and Maddox store at Mcj Henry watts here Sunday to sea 11 r I DO YOU NEED AN OVERCOAT IThis winter If you do dont forget us We hive u big variety fur you to select from I Hand Tailored Overcoats That are superior in quality and style tii ltnyother on the market at the price The Sterling labels in them guaranteeing best quality workmanship and styles ob tainable Our long 52inch belted hoary Padded shoulders told extra line linings is a snap at I A Winter Friend To a pour man is our Beaver Overcoats that we are giving as a bargain at 465Still better grades for GOO up to 1000 I Headquarters Clothing SAM BACH Clothing qtlarters HARTFORDAINCOI YOIZATLrD INN2 4000000rStockholders Liability 4000000 J dSecurety to Depositors 91 OOOOO ++ J W FORD JOHN T MOORE Cashier H P V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier h r 4n J W Fonn Jo H P fAYUmJo HOLBROOK T MOORE jDirectorsr 1S4dfii Fti9 + d C hrd wii +4++ +ye79 i rF i dry + I 1 + N8 ++ ow Ina familyTom Her is in Oivenaboro tins week attending conference- C W Haskins has accepted posi ion with the Wn ian Goal Co Miss Grace Heflin isin Rockport visiting her aunt Mrs Wing Ross T H Benton has sold his proper on Church St to F M Allen Benton will move to his Rough river farmJ Tichenor has bought the Heflin farm Northof town Herbert Render contenplates buy and moving into our own in the near future We are having one of the hottestI fights in this end j county that we Havehad for several I years but the for aJpub i lican victory even in our magisterial district is vary brightIOur shool is moving on nicely review work this week closes first half otermt 5000 Hea I r Addll President TAYLOR property political prospect INEEDED AliDimllj to nil the new icwltlon rrrntml br llallnind noel Trlwn b rompnnien We runt YOUNG MEN mid LADIES of gnoj Smt Ile to- LEARN TELEGRAPHY 23 rs is AccsassrsxsyoWo- fiirnifth TJiifrimt tf the optm I or and StnllonAgntInMn14a IhlrlxlSchool Hrn the Inricmt exchYlrr rIlriili Piliuou In the world FtahllA dWrrnrr plltlnlr1 lijr nil liillnp llnllmir cimi toIfamish060 n month InNlutta tart or thKky Moun tiilnii or from 373 to 00 a innutli In Sts west tilth Kotklmliiiiiiittliiitflruioii imfiuxtlon Students rut enter nt nay tluir Xu VHCII dons For lull luirttculurx rlmnllnK nnv ol unr School writ 110 our einiitlrv offbea- tIluclnnstl0 ntnloKiio frw + The MorseSchool of Telegraphy Cincinnati Ohio Buftafo N Y Atlanta On LpCroaso Wis I JscoCQIIcaoi oyspepr cure DiftMU wkaltyye JMtt 4 I0 d 4Y f- Id6M r1 TURNIP RELISHED BY DEER Thesa Vegetables Taste Better toe Timid Animals Than Whisky- to Indian Says Expert Turnips taste better to n deer than whisky does to an Indian and tho animal will run as great a risk to get the vegetable as tin red man will to get liquor said Otto Wilke of International Falls at the St Louis to till Duluth Herald I know men who make it their annual custom to plant turnips in the spring in some secluded spot in a game country just so they will be us cured of easy venison in the fall or during the summer months if they happen to live in the woods themselvesIf patch is located in nay district where there are deer every deer within that district will visit it several times a week the time of day they make their visits depending upon time wnrli ness of the animals and the near ness of settlers Kvcn after snow mills these visits ore continued an long as tiny vegetables are left in tie ground Until time snow gets too deep you can see where it is pawed away night after night in search for the succulent roots This being the case one can readily see that a person would not meet with much dilllculty in get ting a shot at a deer by watching a turnip patch in a country where the animals are to be found Through the more sparsely settled districts they are actually peNts to the homesteader who has a garden for nothing but an eight foot fence will keep then from eating the growing things and trampling the ground all up like a Hock of sheep It docs not matter how near the vegetables are to the house the deer will get into them just the scone the only dif ference being that they will come around litter in the evening when the darkness covers their move ments They have spoiled more thou one garden prepared at n con siderabie expense of time and labor A MINORITY IN AUSTRALIA This Country Is Only One Which HasiDestinies Shaped by Small Band of Politicians Australia is the one country in the universe that is having Its des lilies slurped by a political mi nority the only one wherein the spirit and principle of representa tin government is outraged with impunity it is the country whose vaunted democracy is rapidly drlv ing the people into two great hos tilt camps and developing a class tyranny in most galling forums It is the country of all others that most needs population yet its ini migration laws are strict almost IIIasilll1I111aJillg 111111illIalways exist there says Public Opinion Ip to the year 1SIIU tie Australian communities WIIcI the must thrifty free contented least lawridden rand most easily governed of any under the sun The advent of the professional agitator labor ruinpolitical the payment of members of pnrlia i mcnt mead tradesunionism 11111 rampant brought about Ihi change When the labor sociiilis tie movement assumed tangible form an entirely novel element was grafted on to the political i life of t he country The new idea i was fostered and boomed by an ejjeecdlngly deter hill unset upii Iii IIH weekly whlih boasted II will er general circulation limn any other publication on the CIIIi Urnlit political lenders of alii shads and creeds soon slat thej1 worth of It for their own special I urposcH iitii boomed it still iigh r Its development was nothing short of phenomenal angel when political parties began bidding one against the other for its sup fort nail paylni for that with the i vested interests if unit the liber ties of till community hirtc it j was given a hall mark of political value hat has gone on steadily rowing All She Nted fIlyiagIellerIeinIt cash this check madam until you arc den tified I Mrs Lri htVii mean I have tl it llifI V 1t s i J I 4 looking glass 1hiludedlpliia Ledger Not to Be Trusted uDe man dat goes arotin com plainiu dat dill aim no disinter ested friendship said Uncle Eben is usually de man dat is tryin to use friendship as an in vesmcnt Washington Star Such Ignorance Youve hear The Song of the Shirt havent you uMiw Didnt know shirti could sing Chicago Journal Difference- A man may be content with his lot without being satistled with his condil Ion fhlcairo Sun SHE KNITS DURING LECTURE Another Philadelphia Woman Does Fancy Work While Traveling Industries of Others The philosopher who recently said that the rushing methods of modern American life served to deplete the mind by giving it no time for quiet meditation might have found at least four instances right in the leisurely City of Hrotherly Love of people who im prove the shining hour up to till Limit says the Philadelphia liecord One of these curiously enough ii a sweetfaced old Quaker Iud who attends all the lectures at till Academy of Natural Science and like the guests at the oldfash ioned tea parties always brings her knitting Her gaygowned old figure is a familiar sight at the lecture halls around the Iitasoft gray silk lung suspended from her arm completing her pictur esque costume Punctuality or over punctuality is her strong point She always arrives half IIi hour before the lecture begins arid sjKtids the time in knitting or crocheting One waits with nerv ous anxiety to see what the old lady does when the lights are rung down und the pictures thrown on the sheet but even while the lec turer is rolling out his sonorous periods the click of tin old ladys needles can be heard It is a stir ring incident indeed or a lax zling picture which can take the industrious old Friends attention from her kllittillgIAnother golden opportunist is a very young woman living in West Philadelphia who always takes her fancy work with her When she goes on railroad Innumerable centerpieces and dolJ lies have been created while sin was bring carried across inoiin tains and rivers and valleys at the talc of sixty odd miles an hour Another woman mother of a growing girl whom she is anxious to have become skilled in music superintends her daughters pi liltIIiltIllI s Ilhlee7p etc- Perhaps the most unique speci men of till is a school director of of the suburban sections who IIlwa s takes n hanuuer mind nails 11111Iof repairing around the school lOOIIlSiBUTTERFLY AS INVESTMENT Collectors Are Oftentimes Unable to Place Valu Upon Rare Sps i cimens of Insects rulterlly collector ours seldtill able to estimate with any caulk deuce the value of their roller itious sliiif the prices of 5prci jiiHiis so coiistiintly vary A cHe point is that of the blue butter IIIot llimil specimens of whih 111 originally Mild for from In toS7 Not long ago some ollii tams wliostipplied the London mar ken run iron a perfect swarm of these liutterllifs and shipped to 1111Iinsects are sold for 1 each It not infrequently happen that two or three specimens of a certain fain il air discovered by jcollectors who encouraged by jthe high prices received for their thuds are tempted to prosecute partirulmrlvmuiet i some other collectors find the In sii grown plintifiil slid tin I l Ij f iI ibt ltu liS RENCH BOARDING SCHOOL i American Girls Have Little Conception of Strict Rules Enforced in These InstitutionsI American girls have no concop tine of the restrictions of Fiviich toil id Iiig school sayu Ieaine Dnsteiitin in Jood llousekeej ng True many of theta are sent here to be educated but general y to a cosmopolite school where ules are fey the programme ighter nail teachers more lenient n a 11171it school made to order tor foreigners The big girls sleep in dormitories eight or ten little teds separated by white cur anus the little gilts in a room vitli a teacher At seven when he bell rings they all have to get ip and air their beds then they o to the lavatory where they all vii sIi together each one having icr own basin and little drawer or brush and comb The little liltS go to a teacher to have their hair combed and braided Then back to the dormitory where they make up their beds Clothes ore kept upstairs a servant bring ing down what the pupil needs So having nowhere to hide pre vious treasures they generally ore tucked away safely under ones bolster Another bell cud ach girl passes by a teacher who xamincs her nails sees that no buttons mire missing front tier shoes etc Then follow prayers in the little chapel Meanwhile i teacher looks over the beds tool if iny is found humidly muck every thing is token lilT and the pupil is sent had to make it over again From prayers the girls go down to breakfast a bowl of cafe an lair with bread mud butter Direct Iv after breakfast school begins lasting till l with recess of HI minutes at 10lll The school rooms are unattractive some times too cold or too warm for schools like mill public buildings railroads etc are heated the llrst of November and tire is stopped the first of April regardless of Ihr thermometer In the old fash toned provincial boarding school the studies are not presented III till interesting way The teachers are paid very little they come gen erally from the same little town a neighboring one have seen nothing of the world and teach as they have been taught BARNACLES HELPED JAPS Reason Why Russians Were Defeated- on Water May Bs Partly Laid to False Bottoms One of the contrilmtory causes to the defeat of the Kussian fleet was the impossihility of going into dry dock after the passage oiI the tropical wa IIISiThe plentiful marine IowthsI both animal and vegetahle of the warm waters near the equator attach themselves to a ships hot torn in the course of a few weeks and the ship loses both speed and dirigiliilityVhena IHtish ship on the Vcst India station was broken up a few years ago more than SO tons If Imrnuclcs were removed from holt 11111 while nn American j fruiter of only Silo tons register hurl Id car loads of Imrnnccles siraped front her hail tom after a stay of lint eight months in the warm latllllIsIUIlI II passage the spa and the Indian oienn it is probable unit the liussian tleet i picked up enough marine growth i to reduce its speed by at least one fourth while a ship with a foul bottom is miifli less quick in any IIIhui tlimt tIll lISult- u onld hart been Other than it was- ill any event but had the Ilea got into action with clean bottoms the Japanese loss would have been far greater As Otharc See Us They say remarked the very young man flint ignorance is bliss yet I am not altogether happy j That rejoined the sage of Sagevillc may lie due to the fCItI that youve just enough III lint what a chump you lure Chicago Daily News j l His Scheme I cant understand why old Moyzer requested that Jlissi skicfcher should sing ar his fu utulI t r t tr r- i i y outer way of making pcui ae I sorry he wua dead Clevelund Leader CIRCLES EARTH IN SECOND Cable Message Completes Long JourI ney in Short TimeInteresting I Facts Connected Around the world in three fourths of a second mind less is tillItrip a cable message makes Since the laying of the cable fromr San Francisco to Manila lOlllllltII ed the telegraphic earth it became possible t01lluII1c ure by the ordinary method of tel l egraphic longitude the tar across the Pacillc and hence to IIlllelNllit0lilio degrees or Lt hours of time I 11IIcIIIIJup mates to this total mud thus ohotuining some indication of the degree of accuracy which attaches to such operations There are itIlIlIIhephIIthe Turtle cable mght be jollied and taking one direct route via r11IrIltlIl1llthllt Is to say the 1IIIIlIIIfI the various links exceeds i IIIftIflItrills cable consists of bun SII ions divided by transmitting stations at Honolulu Midway island null Cuam the total length of cable bring 7SJU nautical stifles The time a signal takes to traverse this length excluding that occu pied by reading and passing flit pointsissecond CORPULENCE AND SANITY Gospel of Fat as Applied to the Treatment of Mental Disease Two Conditions Compared Are the majority of folk of weak intellect Is insanity on the in crease asks the London World Are we null preparing ourselves for lunatic asylums These startling questions have occurred to me after reading an article in a ratedj foal journal on the gospel of fat as applied to the treatment of mental disease It seems that the more you fatten up tine men tally atllictcd the saner they be wiine but of course the dilllculty lies ill providing the lunatic with I kingiike P solid 11tlIh11I1IIlt The aim of most of us nowa days is to lap down what our transatlantic friends with their genius fur using the ugliest word for everything uncompromising lyrall llesh 1VebathlIVeums andItIivarious kinds of straps and pastes j J land take violent exercise with the f aim of tilling ourselves down and keeping stoutness at bay j I Does this decided disposition on the part of men and women to avoid corpulence and tilt success I fill thinning down that we no p Iie on till sides portend illlIlaIof lunacy If so dieting mud the j 1 taking of waters and massage ought to be forbidden by act IIIJparliament Hy the way Ham r 11 was fat mud scant of breath J frontIill llt Matrimony vs Femala Labor Our objection to trained female p labor says the Medical Press aiid j fallltItemics of matrimony among tlu p employes Nurses are by no means exempt 10111 this weak ness and of late a disposition hms shown itself in certain hospitals to discourage the admission of young women wlionreeiigiigfd ion the ground that the fact of their future being thus mortgaged Sinlisj oes then to that self ulInegation and single minded devo tine to duty which are held to roll stitute the stork in trade of those who propose to take up imrsiiigu 111 profession Some of the youni 1 hllltPIlidtIIIImajority assuredly only await the opportunity to disujunlify themselves for the nursing jrofes sion odoa Ds crsa Ciirlf Diaouitt what you cat J z ra r jNOYICH Orders Ohio County Court regu I term September Ith 1905 Pres I Hon James P Miller Judge i It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the Fiscal Court of Ohio county by a majority of the members composing tho same has I heretofore decided that elections t- egulate the running of stock n- arge UI in Ohio county Kentucky I be confined to the voting pre in said county sod it further j appearing that Ozias Taylor and 25 other legal voters of Select voting precinct Job S Wilson and 20 other legal voters of Horse Branchvoting precinct E It Williams and 21 other legal voters of South Rockuort voting precinct Win W Leach 81 other legal voters of Arnold voting precinct have filed their sev ral petitions herein praying an elcc tion to be held in their several res pective voting precincts at the regu foriiWheth1Iling that said petitioners have depos with this court the sum of five to defray the expenses of- lection in tch- ordered precinct it is there fore and adjudged that said question be submitted to the voters of said precincts at the regular elec tion November 7th 1905 and the otlicers of the election are directedI to open a poll at each and voting places in said precincts in Ohio county Kentucky for the purpose of ascertaining the will of time voters upon the question Whether or not they shall permit cattle generally to run at large in their respec the voting precincts Notice of the j submission of this question shall be published at least twenty days before the said election in at least four issues of a paper having the i largest bona fide circulation in the county The County Clerk is ordered and directed to haw printed on the ballots of eachof solid precincts the question For or Against the runII at large of cattle in Select ag precinct Horse Branch voting precinct South Hockport voting pre cinct Arnold voting precinct Ohio county Kentucky A copy IIttl M tIBy U G RAOUVNU D C I Pursuant to the above order I CJ Keown Sheriff of Ohio county will cause a poll to be opened in cach- of the voting precincts therein nom i ed on November 7th 1905 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said precincts as to I whether or not cattle generally shall be permitted to run at large in precincts CAt P KKOWN S 0 C Hartford Ky October 1905 I BIG FOUR ITheNest Line to lllil811aIlU1Li Pooria + ttICi1JI vi oletitl r Detroit f CiIWtItrlI Buffalo t IfvwYr I t ItiliI j- f And mill other points Knst if- f Information cheerfully fur f nisheil on application at City Ticket Office Big Four No yt 259 Fourth avenue or write toIl dGenLouisville Ky 110 4W bbben w II BEST FOR THE BOWELS If you havent a regular hra thy movement of the towel cery ilajr lllurvrlU to Kp your bowels cud La troll Force In the o of violent physio 0 r pill polion U daneeroua The smoothest eeriest mot perfect way of keeping the bowela clear sad Clean Is to tak- eCANDY I CATHARTIC 4t i EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant Palatable Potent Toil OooJ Do OOOd Nirrr ftlokrn Weaken or hlpel 10 23 and 60 n nta ltrbQs Write for free sample and book lit on health AMtta M- SUillnfl Remedy Conuany Chicago or New York XEe YOUR BLOOD GLEAN oH T H7 I r M IUHNTT C M SMITH BAHNETf SMITH ALl UN EY s AT L11wf n ulrvfllurYItlllptnfnlYthrlrprnlrlunlnnlllberaurtr- aLlunnd IJIIIIIIhllIIrt i f Jiprnli NlwrlelattrnthnulrrntunllbulneapntnrdIhrlrcnr liinlAni Rrnl Kutntr liiiw S t lilltlri onicln HrtuLifiN UullillUK ti FRANK L FELI- XAttoneyat i Law IIIUCTtCUIUIYIIhI and nd nIlIY I l + ptwnh trhnhtelprnrarnndnilrctlnnuailnity 01111 1 Iii I he llrrnM rmllilliiK CHAS M CROWE t LAWYER HAHTFOIIO KY alllJrnrllw hlnrulrrlou nn nil Illronrhs f1lhlnxndndJnlnhlgrnunllrnndlutbnnr il ApiniN Nprnlntruhuuglrrulyrrlmbmlp- tnrtlwall In rollr llnl OHIrr mtllir Jllir W I kit flUil CrhlfM i lnsli Tlinlnnii rnrlirr nptllplr B WILSON IJiO I AT LAZY HAKTFOKD KY SM rlnlnlFiilli ulrrn to roltrrrluuitltiug 4ebtierl AC nom 5ninrr I11 thinnnn- ty yOfflrrnnrfli dd pnbllrqun ==1FAttorney IIIltri itrKilnlnfir lvnli n lilr rullttt fortMI IICAVIIIN KllSfsl lulita At- aIIEAYRINWOODWARD ttot eys c W 1 ll HTniMii Kv VIIIInIIIo prnrlon In nlithelburlranI f uinrifitiiniii 5w rnllcthin= = i lW H BARNES Attorney at Lawtxltrni5TY A rTIINCy ty 1lIal1ln I Kv lu all thr nurl OhliiniMtniljiilnliiirniuiitlniniiil 1 f1lnpal IIT lima lunehuoe YANDY L KLOSLEY I VTTOUNEY AT LA = Ilnrltrit KrnttiCi t Will nirllir III r ifrlm In nil tin Iinrtiur 1 t- Ihbandnlijnhdngrnltillbniollnrhfoirrnt Itlnppnl AN i Nolnrr lulIrOilier nrrr lltt 60 EARS- ErPERIENCE TRADE MARS DCSIGNB COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone lending n iktlrh and qulcklr awerlatn our opinion free whlIt mlle ptohah4 nia6 IIScientificA handinmelr IllnilralM weekly I reeit ekr fitdilution ut nnr rriviititla luurHal Ternn II ticwirtmtltrtMUNN 7t 1 I llranch umco ca K HU WaihlDnlon D Co I 1fOCURyOAN OOCFCNDCD r5 t 6auJri r i a ii i it jw to bill imlrnt I ndmtlINyrlxLi ttn IN ALL Jt f I tdlt WtfUttft n lam v tr nt fntnl Pslmtard Infrlncement Practice Eicluilvilr r iw tj us at- DM 1ninth onset cpp Ontttd tutu ftt t CHe WASHINOTONt D C IJG i t J- LfI r 1 1Qtr nil nyrt P The Rough River Telephone Co is Independent owned and operated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is constantly being ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes i conversation 15 miles 10rits 30 i miles locts 45 miles 15 cts c1 W A CHANDLER Gen Mpr- Hartford Ky J Wn tVNr t fMiMirr 11Iy w A tsr t L 1 r Dnlm In RIDER AGENTS WANTED I llk 11eyt- utl lRefitU1fjfl eit Iicoivo and approve of your blcyclo Il11jh4IfG5v iiit Coaster Jtrnlcos nnd Puncturclcss Tires 4Lut 12 ii ilPl Ic or piniTiJ fliit Ht oncthinl nxwt- lr r Iiioieo of any Htamlnnl ami boat Wj ipnvrt ii our biuvolea Htronijcit yuuntntcc- V SW 3W APPROVAL C O D to OilY DAYSFREE i w 500 SeczmIIrnrI Wheatstaken in ii nr iiiiM r tall storvs tDri 10 3O I LtaLfnf ini I n t1S n FAOTORYP1 i urbigPUNGTUREFRGOF TIRES Rogula prloo 85O 1 iaii LjwoYou a Samplo L h Pair lot Only gToVTMJ NO MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES Hesult of Vt years csi oriiH in tn ivakinir Ho danaon front TIIORiS CACTUS PINS NAILS TACKS Of GLASS s rious like Inteniimml UtiiV cit can be vulcanized like nny oilier till OF Fcnil for Cal lCUf T all UiwK maUrs ot tins at tulr Il4 ollllrllral un i 10 NIfH Surnlrlt at Unit the usual pricesI Notliv tlin thick ruilvr 11 A imtutc mrli II ami II TliH IIrt will oiilli I snyotliir tiinki fiall US Ulillnif Vo Will klili C 0 D ON APPROVAL AND a Wi will allim a cich 01 If ltl n V tnaklnir tho price J4M per you rrnd full ch with Tlt to U rvturntil at our iXtnn o It not on 81MElDu OUR CLUBBING RATES THK HKITJIUCAN and Louisville Homld125I-t llKiWiucAN und Louisville 5500- THK llKiUiuKAv and CourierJournal 150 THK RKPUIIUUAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 Tnk KKiUiiMCAv and Homo and Farm 125 THK KKPUHMOAX and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 825 751IIIITHK KKITIIMCAX National Magaxino 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN I PatiolaThe Modern dose btfore each nirniwill lURk ou kel- A strong And well PANOLA no for InllueiiMii Ispvpii w Catnrrh ol the Thio t Bowtls Ltv ano Kidneys I A LH CJrlppe Hnd jjinernl debility MillIe by the LiHTCliriKLn PllAR I MACME CO Inc Fur MP by IJH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I F 0 I Southern Raiway Shortest and Tastest Lines 14JC1 Lexington and Iouisvil- kPSI Louis ime West- Two trains daily as follows Lexington 610 a in Lou A isville n m arrive at St Louis 612 p m Carrying vcstibuled coaches anti CafeObservation Par lor Car Meals a la carte through fItHhout cange Leave Lexington 530 p m LQU isville 1015 p m arrive at St Lou reClinlingr Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 Host Main St Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Union Depots t Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this of free cheap u Nasal CATARRH k IIbonldElys Cream clea ei soothes and heals the diseased membrane It caret catarrh tad drives away a cold the head quickly YJ IOH tires oil li IIIIII wil luliiui lalrllt 900 Cream Halm U Into the nostrils spreads orer the membrane and It absorbed Rellefls Im mediate and a curt follows It U cot lofl not produce sneezing Large Size ED cents at Drug tfiti or by mall 1 Trial Size 10 cent by milk ELV BUOTUEK31 56 Wtrria Stre t New York s4PER PAul EASY RIDING STRONG DURABLE SELF hEALING FULLY COVERED by PATENTS BEWARE IMITATIONS lnwlii tMIeck inl XAUNA1ION tllmccurt order natlifacturr THK Daily Herald nil tonicn ha equ4 head Stomnch Leave placed drylnn Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS recInlnachairfirst and third Tuesday of each pamphletstQlderS H C TOWNSEND CtIJPr nUtL LOWS I I T RTG rWTKEWS ftiTilinr Piuignr Itut- icnisviutii IfIiNothing has ever equalled Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew I i cLl JIB o 118 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial 8911101 free 1 OUR NfW YORK WEEKLY LETTER A Season of Gold and Dazzling Span IasGod Trimmed Hats Blouses and CoatsGold Buttons Gold Gir ales and Gold Interlining Circular Skirts the Nowest Sliape Plateau Felts Bent and Fluted By RENE DEVERAUX Tliis Is erri n I lily n KiiiNim of gold and KlIttiT Xivcf before hurt tluiv liwn KK lavish nn cinploviiitiit of Kohl 11111- 1l Iuliuil N nrliliiK uq nu ii trIos III thy trimming of hal wraps Lon coiitR twinIoIiII Mmiy of llu I nuig coatH In ilurl blues unit Miifkn nro ailuriictl with l lnlllll riiwn of dull old buttons Soft IIII- illl wraps nro I Ill with cloth of polil- IffcitlVtlV COIIlllllltll With VtlVIt Iii blliol niul rich Hbailos and omliroiiUwl t ri Iii uuul lugs niul wulxtronts which tliu Ulrcctolro vofjuo him so much pupil larlziil how trough their ilitilgiM oltlInoinc lire of t lie inon ilivsiy affairs for ovciilim nnd tluntcr wonr showing a profusion of jrold nnd silver rose tonililuctl with futIle hens nro tiny In jlWr miIlls of IoltllIr silver their nar4 nold or sliver streamers two or tlurej out ouch nidi fulling nlniost to the hem of tho cown III trOUt Through UK medics of Inco robes lioth black nnd white uliImiiMTS n cloth TilE NEWEST cnKATIOS IN A CIIICCLAII HKIIIT of Kohl Interlining aunt elaborate hcltH mid girdles lIe fashioned of ilnln gold nnd Iinhroldered stuffs In many new nnd fnshloiinblu wcnvrs For dnrk cloth suits there lire thickly embroIdered linnda III IcrHlnn effects through which metallic threads or a- very line gold cord Is interspersed and much of the chenille embroidery lined for Hlmllur purposes Is Interwoven slIghtly with sold thread or linn em broidered stItches In gold worked Ill on ItIOne scarcely meets n child these days whose Juiinly little coat or jack et Is not fastened or trimmed with gold linttuus and gold buckles Hodlees und blouses uinde of piece lace dyed to match the shade of the velvet or cloth skirts with which tbl nro to be worn are soft mid LecolUllig READ THIS Trenton Ky Jan 24 1905Dr- E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir Please find enclosed 100 for one bottle of your Texas Wonder I used one bottle for kidney and blad tier trouble I want this bottle for my wife It is a real wonder and one of the greatest medicines in the World I was passing pure blood and one bottle cured me sound and well You can use my testimonial and photograph if you wish Yours truly R A WILLIAMS Real Estate AgentA TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis lon weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottles two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer I OlhCIStreetStc sr iiml tiixlly iniiilc With these as wIll IIH with other fostmnts ttulA gIrdles iiul KoM slockH url IxwilhiKlv rlTc1 thc milling n new nato uotli MrJUIiiK fluid nrtlstlc III split or such elaboration III trim niliif 1411114 HH n rut lt nro Htvcrcly plnln rmtlrtilurlj is this true of tin ppluirnlc skIrt for iIuluI len I purposes This skirt which Is liiciiinliiK in ulI nnd more popular rlosolv roscmiiicw nn niilinvlntiil rldliiK hnlilt Tlu 51111111 est i r t list niv fnsttrcil d lied 11 In frmil iiiiIcrnontli n iloiiliK slot 11 II scdin A fomsponilliiK suu Ill Is down till ceii tcr of the Imtlc not n plait or n rill lur to l o soon nnywlnro Xnrruw hninw tailor Htlteliiil tisiiiillv linlsh these skirls nt till bottom TliN KIIIIHI moilil was MTII In n nonr ly InvlMlhlo Krccn and brown plnld In plaids till Ilriiilnr shIes lire dicldedly Minn In clTcct and till llaro nt the hot toni Isjn graceful ripples When one may Mini n skirt of this description of hun huh souto innterlal splendidly tailored raiiRlni III irlco from 10 to Sl It seems a waste of time to consider making As till sen soil advances hats ore lie comhiK more and more lient and niash MIuiiil wlims If possible larger 111111 moro iHilntnl Kelt plateaus an1 bent In lIvery conceivable shape rlpplhm nroiiml the face or turned up ail around In many little Hiitos nnd un ules As II trlmmlnc for these velvet Is uiil extensively oxceotlln ly llluli liiiulAuiM 11 lit I hIgh pointed will mak hug a chic and attractive ensemble Such hats niny be bent to lit any head ir made becoming to almost all faces Our rHiidcrfi may have nny questIon concernlnt fanhlon or taRries annwerej without rlwrRU liy Hene Deveniux tho fiwlilon xp rt by ntIlnlf Mom Dev orHiix 1 O UOK mil MnrilHoii Sniiitro New York Incloflni stAmp for reply 3L FEW NOTES ON EXPOSURE Pointers on First Step in Picture Taking Which May Be of Value to Amateur Photographer Tlu unknown quantity in pho tography for the amateur the pit I Info which we nil stumble at first dull some of us lull the tulle lR tin question of proper exposure of the negative says llefreati n We may have till tlnest lenses the most xjitiisjof camcnis all the latest Ideas in darkroom fixtures und apparatus hut if our knowl Jdgt of exposure is of the hit or miss kind WI shall never except by accident produce passable pirtures Tho plate or films which we are able to buy have luckily n great latitude in exposure that is they arc so prepared that within fair ly reasonable limits a fairly good negative can be obtained from an under as well as from an overex posure Hut it must be remem bered that an underexposure neg ative will only give us hard prints showing the shadows without de tail and the high lights too strong with a consequent unbalanced look Anoverexposednegativcon theotherliandwillyielda fiatlook ing print with both shadows and high lights dull anil lifeless We can to considerable extent remedy all overexposed negative by suit II hit reduction but it is not easy fora beginner An underexposed negative can only be improved by a lot of hand work masking etc hence it is always best to err on till side of over exposure But lct ter still it is to get correct ex posure or normal as it is sonic times calledui tIme first instance This is easily accomplished if wo make use of ono of the many ex posure meters that inventive minds have produced for amateur photographers An exposure meter or time measure is really a most useful instrument to the be ginner especially when exposure is a consideration for it will save lots of spoilt plates and much weariness of spirit They cnn bo bought from ten cents up to two 01 three dollars the more ex pensive ones being as in most cases the most reliable and the best in the end An exposure me ter is however not absolutely nec essary if we will but experiment a little at tIme start and make notes of our results Artificial nnd Natural Silk Several processes ate now em Swltzerll1l11llI1nd of artificial silk and one of the I German associations is said to bi I negotiating for the establishment of a factory in the United States In one of the latest processes eel lulose dissolved in ammoiiiatedi oxid of copper is directly separated from this solution in thoj form of threads by the aid of an j acid Under the microscope all artificial silks are said to differ rossssillgthlclwl silks are also distended by water oPeItbjdI w CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS But Couch Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by druggists STRONG ill Again is what Mrs Lucy StovallofTiltonGa said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia V Cure Hundred f= Iofotherwealr wornen are being restored to perfectII health by this rem edy YOU may be well if you will take It Indigestion c usei nearly all the sick womenI ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sow risingsbelehingheartburn and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat Dt1uWttlsLe1d4I I trUIorlOtit rpr4 SI lbs Lb aOOhI5UIA riWrrtriOJUWItt I Soul by Z AYriE Ultit FIN HOSIERYLearn to do mine one thing littler than any Grit the hat err Iten able to do the tame tMna and tlniuuh jno lire in a wilderness the world will beat a path in your dour therehaedwouldbeworldtitdeed Ily Mi dlwortrjr Louis Hrrmidorf made himsrlf world fimoui and his little town of IndulryYou dont have to look very far back to remember the time when to wear a black stocking wai to wen a itotklng that would fade that would dlioolor the fret lleraudorf Dye changed all thl yet In the lilt few ears many of ui have forgotten our former stocking trouble and arc aivrptlnir the many cheap Imitatloni of llcrm dorl I ye with which the market II being noothtl buylogJIACYS representative goes to Chemnitz each year to buy the original llcrnudorf Dyed Stock mr made In niemmlt These stockings bought almost a year In ad Sarac are made to our rpectal order In Chem originalIlerinslorl thatMtsIn order to get these ktocklngi at the very low quantitiesthouadsfurther reduction In price we actually pay for I these stockings before they are made Thll Is an example of trr viij Business Methods I So alter adding our customary imall margin llermidorfOvedCfiemnlti for a little lew than other dealers ask you for the domestic Imitation kind haUdonWomens Hermsdorf Dye Hosiery Dyelilackblack or black with unbleached spilt feet 1rlce per pair lllc Z S inT Womens Imported lllack Cotton How Finer quality than the above In all block or black with unbleached split feet These stockIngs hue double heels and toe are dyed with Hernudorf Dye sod are recommended for good service 1rlce per pair Sic Z 3111 Womens Black Cotton Hote Ilermt don Dye ilade In two weights medium and heavy weight The medium weight can be had In either all black or black with unbleached split feet Irlco per pair 2c Mens Hermsdorf Dye Hosiery X lIililens mack Cotton half How with unblenhed split feet double aoles heels and toes 1rlce per pair lUe X 1412 Mens Black Cotton halt Hose net ter quality than above Hernudorf lye Made pUtltelpair 24c parlIIultrateda postal for It today uowj It will be sent you free of all charges Address Room 201 lit H MACY fl CO NEW YORK peleeptibiysilk is used instead of straw for making hats It serves well for passementeries and embroideries qualityii Ht 1I Cumberland TELEPHONE AND Telegraph Co I neuriiuraitedi I 1 heres nothing the matter with I niy business I have the Cumber land Telephone In DIY rebidence and I place ol business My business has increased and my wifes voice is ev- erj heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition IllK PflTE Manr Oh o County j Circuit Court TFIIIrkhnul Judge lien V IllnKoAttornry 111 Illnclc Jailer Kd U Ilnrrnni Clerk Krnnk L FelIx tinder Cum mIssIoner Y 1 MoMey Trustee JnryVund Cal Keown Sheriff llnrtlorU Deputy HbcrlBC Koown Clarvncn Keonn Jo II Ro6erte Sam iCoorteonyenpjflrstfondny weekend third Monday In May und November two week lOugnndtiork monthQuarterlyIn Airll July October nnd January Court ol ClalmsCoUTenea Sect Monday In Jotunry Tuesday alter necond Mouday In October CernlvoFrankDaylCoronerNulphur Tuotleas Cote MalSAugustol MayI1AogiitOJnoMUrahnm Narrone February 28 May 2 August S9 November 11 7AugustAugt2iitflgutGAOKntIftrtfcI Xclic Court Attorncon- Yence second Monday In eachmonth- ir r t11lovl S rvlc Sundayeachmeetingeyeyw4oedarevenlog Baptist ChurchServloee held Saturday nigh SundaynightandfourthHundaygad meeting every Thursday evening hey J It iiurnett pastor 01 Church Services flrit Sunday In each month at 11 am and 7 pm nov J DHarned pastor JOJennSeon Jon C Itlley AAndersoney A C Taylor ML HeovrlnT J Morton Couucllnien- O cr tCoel u o A O tj W meets flnt and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 878 Ft AMao5aMonday night In each month Hartford Tent No 09 Knight of the Macco bees every Thursday night Itongh lifter LodKNo 110Anlghto Pythla meeti every Tuesday night Preston Morton 1Mt No4 OAIt hold reg alar meeting RRInrlsy blor ratSunday In tarb month fee writ for ou- rCONFIDENTIAL LETTER before ap for patentl It 15 money We- obtain PATENTS THAT PAYand help Inventors to coxes photo or sketch and we send IMMEDIATe FREE REPORT ON PAT Rer1taredui at BOBB07 7th St WASHINGTON 0 C OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer exceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his timeI to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pabjeof development into a permanent and profitable business WRITE AT ONCE Whceler Wilson MfgOo 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CHICAGO N i + M ++ e s y n tw- y 0 EIPSBARNESW- eagain remind you through this medium of our existence And as we are about to pass from the fall season to the winter months new de mands must be met We congratulate ourselves on the volume of our fall business and to our many friends we are truly grateful We now take great pleasure in announcing our readiness to supply everybody with their winter wearables and all other necessities Our preparation has been greater than ever and we must have more customers than ever and right here we mean what we say There is no man or woman who will look through our stock unprejudicedwho consider both quality and price that will not give us his or her business We have the merchandise We make the price the same to everybody We want you for our customer We arc confident you will be pleased with our goods our prices and our service Come in and let the goods and prices talk to you a few moments n Dress Goods We want to suytvitli reference to our Dress Goods Waist ings and Trimming we have never shown in all our years of merchandising such an assortment of fine Dress Joods J Silks and almost every staplo and new Fabric known to the Dress Goods business can bo found in this section Tin new Plaids for Suits and Waists in Sill Wool and Silk all Wool and in the mercerized Fabrics yardwide TniHita = in Blacks Changeables nod solid colors yardwide Peandesoms and the new Moire Silks in all colors If you are interested in fine Dross Goods Silks and Trimmings we can serve you to a queens taste Millinery Miss Merrie King is still in charge of this department Republican City ThursdayI and br mer needs no She has managed this partment for seasons very successfully plcasedImore any this section Our stock has been with and the paramount considera tion and we the one low price on each hat and every article of trimmings If hat is what you are looking for you will make ter riblo mistake if you miss seeing our line Shoes To give you aiivtbing like idea of the Shoes we carry take volume of at least one hundred this by and show you the line Shoes the We call line 1350 and Our line 250 and Our line Ladies fine 150 2 250 and 8 a pair Our goods fur men and the best that can and every pair you will give you Wear Ed lens Honest Make Slices Made Box Toe and Ball All sold for 225 pair Ices Cuts 125 pair Honest Make Boots 3 pair Boots and Over for all sizes several your Bro and Shoe will easy FRIDAY 3 i Oct 31Ii II Smith Louisville here last Mack Dowell was in Central last Wednesday j G D York left Linton IndI last I Win Moore and Laffoon were in Rockport last Misses I James ar 1 Mudie lit thidr ir v Grove t1 ability as a trim comment de several andwe customers trimmers selected style as have placed a a Shoes a definite would a yl pages So yon can only judge stock seeing it we are ready to through strongest of in Green River Territory want to your attention spe cially to our King Quality Mens line Shoes at 84 a pair Perfection S3 Priesmeye Shoes everyday boys ladies are wearing materials be procured we recommend to satisfaction in Crcedmon Seamless a High 52 to a 50 a Rubber Shoes in different style Buy Shoes of E P Barnes buying bo NOVEMBER RENDER was Wednesday for Wednesday urvo in quality of of of of last Sunday David Wadking Central City where as last Thursday t IR B Rowe Centertown was here Thursday Tom Snell Horton was here last Jones was in Central City on legal business last Friday Rosco Barnard was in Taylor Mine- last Friday Morton McDowell Taylor Mines t was here last Friday I Miss Nellie Harris was in Beaver Dam last Saturday Marvin Warner wnt tr t I For all sizes all ages and all conditions TIll lolllpu h or is on the way and warm Underwear you must have We carry time famous SET SNUG Vest and Paut for ladies Union Suits for chit dren 25c and 50c each Union Suits for ladies 25c SOc and 81 eacbjVest and Pant for ladies 25c 50c 75c aid 81 each Vest and Pants for misses 25c each Mens Shirts and Drawers in quite a variety of styles and prices Wool and Cotton prices 25c lOc oOc The Si and Sl25 per Union Suits 25c and 50e per garment toys Shirts and Pants 25c and 50c per garment Cloaks and Skirtsu or Cloak These advan tages wo are able to give our trade that you cant get anywhere else This coupled with the error mous stocks wo carry t makes Cloak mind Skirt selections easyand makes our fir the to We sell to Skirts to 75c Branch last Saturday and Mrs Reed the day in Beaver Dam last Sunday with their daughter Mrs W Tilford last Sunday Mrs Roll was in Beaver I I Beaver Dam was here yesterday- S J Hoover here Central City was here todt o Haskins and Bob Mc l n l sin yesterday I This under the of Miss Alice Ed monds a practical dress maker who males all the little altera tions nect aiy to give each and every one a perfect fit it Skirt store by most serviceable the public Cloaks from 2 each up 15 each from 150 each up 10 each Furs from each up 750 jMr E S spent Jas G B S Louisville was on business Jake Westerfield moved from hereto Taylor Mines Boys vember and all turn out r Sheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No 2235 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of 9hio Circuit Court in favor of T J Moss Tie Co and others against B N Patterson I or one of my Deputies will on Monday the 6th day of November 1905 between the hours of 1 oclock P MIand 4 otlock P M at tho I louse door in Hartford Ohio coup I lust now we are lilting up scores of men and boys in new Suits new Overcoats and new odd Pants We want to fit you up in same or all of the wine Now we are going to ask you for a few moments of your tune just enough of it to enable you to step in to see the finest fall Suits and Overcoats YOUR EYES EVER RESTED ON in into these excellent ments have line this line Suits Suits and Listen are working and managing in every way possible to our customers time best goods wo charge in the country We have connected ourselves with other mercantile institutions thereby buying and enabling us as as any house in State of and wo honestly believe that E P Barnes Bro and do give any in this territory Remember wo carry Furniture Stoves ons Buggies and anything you need us your Produce supply all your wants at our mammoth store u Beaver Dam Kentucky Hartford ThursdaySimon Underwear buysb ReadyMade purchasing BratchcrIPrentisI yesterdays yesterdayS 1Iartllllnfis supervision todayI Clothing I ty Kv expose to public sale to the bidder following proper I ty or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest and cost to wit A tract of Land in Ohio county Kentucky as follows at a beech hickory white oak and sweet gum Austin corner thence E 136 poles to a stone in Wm May line Mrs E J Taylors thence S 118 poles to a stone thence W 136 poles to a stone thence N 118 poles to the beginning containing 100 acres being same land to B N Patterson Every new kind cut style and Fabric has gone gar Wo added to our season Hart Sehafer Marx of fine These for material workmanship style cats not be excelled Listen Wo give for the price increasing our facilities to own our goods low the Kentucky do can better values for time price than house Wag else Bring aril highest the and bounded Beginning Tom conveyed by the Master Commissioner of the Ohio Circuit Court on May 27 1898 and recorded in commissioners deed bookG page 166 Ohio CouMy Clerks office levied upon as the property of B N Patterson TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of 3 months bond with approv ed securety required bearing inter inumthe force and effect of a sale band Witness my hand this 18 dat of October 1905 CAL P KEOWN S 0 C By CHESTER KEOWN D S