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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fe k I t t axtfotbJttpublicann Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL PIND I IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year 4 VOL ivIIIeHARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KX FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10 1905 No 17 UNHEARD OF LANDSLIDE Entire Republican County Ticket Elected 4 Democrats Used New Device to Defraud but Availed Them Nothing U Tuesdays election resulted in an tnheardof landslide for the entire Kepuhlioun ticket 757 being regis tered for K M Woodward und 705 for W B Taylor for County Judge Not only was the whole county ticke- elected by majorities ranging from f 29 to 575 but every magisterial dis trict gave a Republican majority and e Ohio county will after the first of i rxt January have a fiscal court com paidof seven Republicans and no Democrat It The election in many respect was one of the must quiet election for county officers held for many yours There scorned to bu no one excited except the Democrats and no one nude any great stir except them They indeed worked hard but the voters failed to work with them In some precincts the voters were in timidated and refused admittance to the polls by Democrat sheriffs of the election tad in severnl precincts n vote register or indicators which were procured in Louisville by one of the Democratic candidates wore used by the Democratic precinct heelers to further old them in buy ing votes and awing the voters but p they availed them nothing The boast of the Democratic candidates V that they intended to buy the whole county indeed failed to materialize but they tried anti they hadboodle to spare but the honest voters could not be lured fromthe right by their glittering coin The total vote of each candidate is as follows FOR KElUKSENTATIVE J D Cooper Dcm 2C57 Charles C Beard Rep ttlttl P D Baughn Pro 160 FOR COUNTY JUDCB J P Miller Oem 2188 W IL Taylor Rep 2193 J P Foster Pro 131 roil COUNTY ATTORNEY W IL Barnes Oem 21G3- E M Woodward Step 3220 FOR S1IEIUFK Tom Butler Dem 2573 U B Martin Rep 3102 L D Eidson Pro 102 FOR JAILER T C Park Dem 252 Oscar Midkiff Rep 3123- J P Cooper Pro 125 FOR ASSESSOR Jas T Moore Oem 2518 S W Leach Rep 3126- J W Muffett Rro 139 FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 0 M Shultz Dem 2517- J M Deweese Rep 3183 I FOR CORONER T J Stevens Dem 2518 Jerome Allen Rep 3087 F Westerfield Sr Pro 115 FOR SURVEYOR A F Butler Dem 2515 Nat Moxley Rep 3121 AMENDENT TO CONSTITUTION- In favor of Constitutional Amendment 1096 Against Constitutional Amend ment 1787 FOR MAGISTRATE Hartford District- S Harrison Austin Dem 525 Nicholas Barrass Rep 630 Buford District Ben Taylor Dem 337 B S Chamberlain Rep 344 4 Sulphur Springs District W V Sproule Dem 266 W S Dean Rep 344 Fordsville District W D Royal Dem 474 W R Edge Rep I 537 Centertown District J B Maddox Dem 265 S H Render Rep 283 4 Rockport District John Render Dem 341 John Miles Rep 446 Cromwell District J H Morris Dem t 279 1 1r W P Miller Rep 623 FOR CONSTABLE Hartford District J B Jay lor Dem 525 J B DennisRcp 623 Buford District M J Martin Dem no opposition Sulphur Springs District H C Acton Oem 261 Walter MidkilT Rep 1MO Fordsville District N R Baize Dem J93 E Hodden Rep 1S- 9Centertown District 0 B Basket Dem Harve ifill Hop 270 Rockport District Owen Ross Dem 82 46tCromwell District It M Young step- FALLING LIMB Causes the Instant Death of Willie Chinn Near Heflin Willie Chinn n well known young man of Heflin Ky was instantly killed Friday afternoon by a falling limb The young man was engaged i lugging on the Rowan tract of land being employed by Thomas Johnson who has the contract for cutting a quantity of timber He with four or five other men were working in the woods when a limb from a fall ing tree Hew back and struck him hits left shoulder was broken down and several of his ribs were crushed in penetrating his lungs The young man was taken to the home of his father Eley Chinn which was about a mile away and prepared for burial which took place SalurdaJ lji cr1fibfoaJL2 oclock Memoriam The angel of death again visited our community November 1 and claimed Miss Mattie daughter of J B and Londa Graves while yet only about 1 year of ago Oh how sad to see one so young and fair cutoff by early doom but we must bow t the will of Him who is too wise to err and too good to do wrong Matti- was of such a sweet disposition th very type of a pure Christian young lady she had many warm hearted friends who extend their sympathy to the bereaved family and also her associates She will bo sadly missed in society where sM mingled may we all look farward to a time when rwe shall again clasp hands on the lather shore Farewell Mattie we hope to meet when life short journey is oer We hope to meet you there on that celestial shore Ceralvo Ky RENDER Nov 8Messrs Sam James Sr and F 0 Allen were in Rosin last WednesdayMessrs James Sam Filmore L E Herrel and Wm Sloan were in Hartford last WednesdayIRudolph John formerly of this place but now of Freeport 111 arrived here last Wednesday to be the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs T JahnJ H Brown Central City where as last Frida- yrJno X Taylor Earlington was hereon legal business last Saturday Messrs Simon Jones and Jno S Spence were in Hartford last Satur daySimon Stevens postmaster and Prof V M Moseley attended F A M services in Beaver Dam last SaturdayChas came up from Liver more last Sunday W S Vick Owensboro was here yesterday Albert Christian Central City waS here yesterday- Mr and Mrs Jas Nelson Rock port were here today Chas Millard was in Rockport to day E M Hart Beda was here to day Work at mines is very slack now owing to scarcity of railroad cars + + ifr1FAV to J11 lru Y THE GREAT RALLY Large and Enthusiastic Crowd of Honest Sons of Toll in Attendance The greatest gathering of farmer- ever s witnessed in this county too place at Hartford fair grounds on Saturday November 4 About 8 oclock the gates of the fair grounds were thrown open and in poured on huntmityIand still they came until that beau tiful woodland on the north side of 0the grounds was one swaying ma of humanity Every one seamed t realize that it was rally day an everyone seemed to enjoy them aolvesto the fullest extent At 10 oclock Mr Westerfield Daviess county made a splendi- speech of 30 minutes which was heartily applauded and cries o Sharp Sharp went up all ove the crowd at which time M Sharp our county organizer ani secretary took the stand and for 30 minutes held that immense crowd spell hound and at thaconclusion o whichexultant and prolonged countynpresident David Moreland came to the stand and announced that the time had arrived for the parade and to line up on the inside drive of the ground and thus began the firs farmers parade which was ever wit nessed in Hartford The paiad- was in close double file They up on the right side of Main street and around court square over to Griffins thug store and down to Main street and then back to the grounds One special feature of the parade was the appearance qf that beautiful banner of the United Mlnei Workers of America It struck f about the center of the parade Intense and prolonged cheering rang out when the front ranks reached the bridge When all had regained the fair ground the County President announced the dinner hour and all repaired to their sever al wellfilled baskets that the good soo well how to prepare returnees were made by Messrs Foste- Wade and others which entertained the crowd till our National President of the Tobacco Growers Asso j elation E L Davenport who came up on the 1230 oclock train arrived where He was met at the dep ot by MrPark and drove to the fair ground where he was most enthusiasticly received Prolonged cheering lasted i for several minutes after which h reached the stand and was introduced byj P Foster I for his subject j Mr Davenport took The gospel meat of the A S of I E and the old way and the new and waded in and held those anx ious thiousands spell bound for n- and n a half He was very frequently hour applauded until it became deaf ening Mr Davenport is a man of excellent physique with pleasing manners and incessant flow of language and anaturalorator At the close of the speech the peo pie dispersed to their many homes and so ended a very pleasant day of the toiling thousands of Ohio coun tyseeResolutions of Respect- At a call meeting of Rough River Lodge No 11 Knights of pythias held at Castle Hall in Hartford Ky on November 3 1905 the following resolutioun were adopted re garding the death of our brother Sam S Cox- Whereas It has come to the know ledge of this Lodge that Brother Sam S Cox a valued member and officer of our Lodge died at the home of his brotherinlaw at Elkton Ky on Thursday afternoon Novem her 2d 1905 to which point he had recently gone for a short visit Be it therefore Resolved 1st That the informa tion conveying to us the sad intelli gence of the death of our brother comes to us as a great snrprise and shock and it is with heads bowed in grief that we are called upon to pay toliim and his memory this last small token of our appreciation of Writand his sterling young manhood his worth as a member and officer of this Lodge and more ofkthe town of his birth where he was loved and respected by all who knew him 2d That we the officers and humsGod who doeth all the best and that we shall always cherish his sunny disposition and try realizingo outdevery every unkind thought and had put away every personal prejudice and anddwo were to name on our roster androne ever wore the armor of truth virtue and mor ality and who held these traits up permost in his every day affairs off life and thus disseminated the principles of friendship charity and be nevolehce 4th That a copy of these resolu tions be spread upon the minutes of our Lodge that a copy to furnished to the family of the deceased and a patpars LodgetS A ANDERSON Com R E LEE SIMMERMAN In Memory IIn loving remembrance of Fink Growbarger our afficionate father and husband who departed this life- October 7thVI30niln our grief we have consolation in the fact and we owe it as a tribute to his memory to state that to the best of his abil ity the care of wife and children Weiso kindly sympathized with us in our bereavement Yours sincerely MRS L GROWBAIIGER and Children- I BEDA Nov 8Jim Burton wife and visitedrJ C Park and wife and Miss Alice King from Friday until Monday Henry Davis and wife of McHen ry visited Sylvester Shown and fam fly Tuesday Sam Ellis of Kindcrhook passed through our town enroute to Owens boro Misses Jessie Patton Pearl Shown Kinderhookespent Friday night with Miss Mabel Ashley and attended the spelling matchJoe Bennett and Wife visited Mrs Pate Snell near Hartford Saturday night and Sunday W C Bennett and wife Dock Davis and daughter Miss Hallie Mrs Hallie Hicks and Miss Clara Bennett visited at Mr J C Parks Sunday afternoon Miss Alice King who has been in bad health for the past five months is no better- J N Hudson has bilious fever Walter Parks Owensboro was in our town yesterday Ambrose Miller went to Owens boro Friday returning Saturday Mrs Amanda Bennett and Mrs W Q Parks visited Mrs T F Wal lace Kinderhook Thursday Miss Ethel Bennett and niece lit tie Miss Lora Dodson visited Miss Clara Bennett yesterday afternoon T F Wallace and wife Kinder hook visited S A Bennett and family Monday- V M Stewart and wife Heflin visited Dr Stewart and wife Satur day Henry Pirtle Hartford visited his sister Mrs Dr Stewart Sun dayMiss Jessie Tichenor is suffering with a broken arm call3sor3slraBun a lto Klad You Hare Alwajs Boitfr Sfpatve Iifl tI IManyj President Newltof and War Correspondent Richards Were Promptly Cured By Peruna Mr C H Nowliof 10 XHlumaro Htroct Albany K Y 1roxldcut Montcfloro Club Nvrlos Since my advanced age I find that 1 have been frequently troubled with urinary ailments The bladder seemed Irritated and my physician said that It was catarrh caused by a protracted cold which would be difficult to over come on account ot myadvanced years I took Peruna hardly daring tobelieve that I would be helped but 1 found to my relief that t soon began to mend The Irritation gradually subsided and the urinary difficulties passed away I forithesoundly am ay as I was twenty years ego I give all praise to Peruna C 13 Newhof buffered From Catarrh of Kidneys Tnrcatcned With Nervous Collapse Cured by Pcruna Sir P niolianl0G09 E Street Ih W Washington n c War Corresponddnt vrilto Exactly six years ago I was ordered to Cuba an staff correspondent of tho Now York Sun I was in chargo ota Sun Dispatch boat through tho Spanish American War Tho effect pf tho trop Scat jJlmato and tho nervous strain slowed plainlyoti my return to tho states Lassitude depression to tho verge of melancholia and incessant kidney troublo made mo practically an Invalid This undesirable condition continued despite the best of treatment ilually a brother newspaper manwho Ilka mysclt had served In the war In duced me to give a faithful trial to Peruna 1 did so In a short time thec lassitude left me my kldn ys a healty condition and a complete cunIwas effected I cannot too strongly recommend Peruna to those suffering with kidney trouble Today I am able to work as hard as at any time In life and tho examiner for a leading InJ surance company pronounced me an A risk In Poor Health Over Four Years Pcruna Only Remedy ofRcal Benefit Mr John Nimmo 215 Llppincott St Toronto Can a prominent merchant of that city and also a member of the Masonic order writes- I havo been In poor health generally for over four years When I caught a bad cold last winter it settled in the bladder and kidneys causing serious trouble I took two greatly advertised THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBrlefItems In a letter to the CourierJourna from Ewing Va Frank Ball the al leged Bell county fugitivemurderer says he will return to Middlesboro for trial when satisfied hecan have a fair and impartial hearing The troops at Middlesboro spent a quiet day and there was no further trou ble with the outlaws in the moun tains who are now said to be under the leadership of Riley Ball a six teenyearold boy Under a misap prehension Col Roger Williams of the Second regiment K S G order ed all the companies of his regiment ready for service in the moun tains but it is not now thought they will be needed MAGAN Nov 6Mrs Laura Wright of Morehouse who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Roach returned to her home yester dayMr J W Ralph is having chills Mr Golman Harold wife and child ren have been visiting their sister Mrs Fonia elements for the last few daysRev F D Baughn will leave the ninth for Kansas where he will help Bro C B Coleman formerly of the in place holding a few series of meetings Several from here attending the A Sof E Rally at Hartford Satur dayMr Charlie Miller of Magan and Miss Ruth StClair of Dundee were married Sunday night at th Methodist church at Dundee Rev Frank Baker officiating Miss Emma Wright entertained Wednesday night in hour of her t L t 5 PRES C D NEWHOF c Suffered From Catarrh of Bladder kidney remedies without getting tho desired results Peruna is the only remedy which was really of any benefit me I have not had a trace of kidney trouble nor a cold In my system Pcruna Contains No Narcotics One reason why Pcruna has found permanent use In so many homes is that it contains no narcotics of any kind Po runs Is perfectly harmless It can be used any length of time without acquiring ndrugTiabit Pernna does not pro duco temporary results It Is permanent in its effect It lias no bad effect upon the system and gradually eliminates catarrh by removing tho cause of catarrh There aro a multitude of homes whore Peruna has boon used off and on for twenty years fluch a thing could not be possible if Peruna contained any drugs of a nar cotio nature ninteenth birthday Those present were Misses Tiola Lela and Dora Midkiff Georgia and Eva Martin Nora and Gertie Johnson Lena and Vera Millera Willa Turnam Mttye Maggie Dora Annie Mae Emma Verta and Cova Wright of Magan Mrs Fannie Tulliam of Owensboro Messrs Willie and Clarence Taul Tom MillerJim Coppage Gorduer Brown Protus Brown Clarence Westerfield Jesse Westerfield Charlie Midkiff Ora Edge Pendleton Holbrook Mar gan Allis Wimsatt Narrows Thomas Turnam and Willie Luellen Dundee all spent a pleasant evening Miss Minnie Baughn spent Mon nill with Cova Wright Verta Wright spent Sunday night with her cousins Maggie and Dora WrightMr Taylor Ralph Ralph spent the day Monday with his son Jeff Ralph Ayers IWhat are your friends saying about you That your gray hair makes you look old And yet you are not forty I Postpone this looking old Hair Vigor Use Ayers Hair Vigor and restore to your gray hair all the deep dark rich color of early life Then be satisfied 1Urete Hair Vigor restored the natural mr gar hair end I am greatly pleu d It It all you claim for IITXuE J VABDICAA 1N t bottle J o ATin CO All dninliti Maia forLnII Dark Hair u i- R A iii r 1I ARIZONAfw wm r i Q RflI N Itte I i SJ n r t v- t jp il 1 riII 7 ll jj 4Y9 4 vl a t Sir 4 I iI S K r Li1 i- y Ali f We offer you 5 Snares of Stock FREE for every 20 Shares you sell at 50 cents per share in this big Gold and Silver propert- yAVERAGE VALUE 4a I5O per ton Gold 120 per ton Silver Address TIP TOP HEATH MINING MILLING CO PRESCOTT ARIZONA TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE Had by a Girl Who Was Lost in the Wilds For Three Days t Sraltl WMiIHNu11111J For two nights and three days Mabel rate the childwife of Frank Tate n Seattle saloon keeper wandered irouuh the woods near Harper v ash dressed in underclothing eeking a house where she might report the sinking of a launch that contained her husband and five th cr persons Mrs Tate dragged her self hysterical with cold and expo sure into the homo of a beach resi iUnt to tell her story Frank Tate started for Tacoine with his wife and five chance ac quaintances Iii the bottom of his launch he carried an iron box conI I taming 4000 in gold with which he intended to purchase a saloon To celebrate his new location he took with him several bottles of whisky and beer The wife of Tate cowered in th bottom of the boat fearful of seri ous consequences if she protested From the time they left Seattle until they were with sight of Tacoma Mrs Tate says the men in the boat were drinking heavily They were armed and frequently drew their guns and knives to threaten each utber as the whiskey began to tell up 111 them Finally she became frightened when the boat had been abandoned to its course and was staggering down the west passage She threw wtl her outer clothing and plunged into the sea At that time she was Iultf a mile from sholeiA short distance away the girl h Aced back to see the boat sinking and her companions shrieking in fear She landed on a desolate beach and t wandered for two and a half days y h fore finding the home of Nelson Butts at Harper Wash yesterday ire she was taken in and cared r Fr t ltles- N r subsequently passersby told a story that confirmed her tale of the sinking boat Ordinance of the City of Hartford The City Council of the City of Hartford Kentucky do ordain as follows Section 1 That there is hereby created and established a franchise if privelege to erect operate an maintain a telephone exchange em bracing central office apparatus telephone poles fixtures cables and wires alongthroughover and under the streets side walks and alleys of said City of Hartford Kentucky Section 2 The said franchise o privelege shall continue for a period of twenty 20 years from and after the time the same shall take effect Section 3 The purchaser of said franchise or previlige may assign or transfer the same Section 4 Said poles fixtures cables and wires shall he erected an maintained in a substantial workmanlike manner said shall be neatly painted and shall be located as not to interfere with the legitimate entrance to any adjoining thefree use of such streets s and alleys for the purpose of public travel Section 5 The purchaser of said franchise or privelege his successors or assigns shall promptly replace al paving and macadam that may beI disturbed by said purchaser in setting said poles and shall also at said purchasers own expense remove all dirt and debris that may arise in IIandbe done under the supervision of the Street committeesand it shall be the duty of such committees to see that provisions of this ordinance are faithfully complied with I Section G The City of Hartford Ky shall have the right to place maintain and operate its fire and poI lice wires upon the poles of said pur chaser within the corporate limits of said city of Hartford Kentucky freeof charge provided said wires be located on said poles in sucha v nt to interfere with the wires of said purchaser Section 7 Said purchaser his successors and assigns shall indemni fy the city of Hartford Ky free from any and all damage that may arise from the presence of said poles fixturescables and wires uponalong or under said streets sidewalks and alleys or from its failure to comply with the previous of this ordinance Section 8 If after said exchanged is established said purchaser his successors or assigned shall fail to perform the terms and conditions of this or dinance said City Council may after giving said purchas er his successors or assigns reas onable notice of such failure and reryoke all rights and preveligcs granted and cause the poles wires and apparatus erected under this ordiJ nan o to be removed i Section 0 Within fifteen 15 days after the approval and publication i of this ordinance it shall be the i toadvertised j publishs tucky or by posting written or printed notices for a period of ten conspiciouse reIcehedchise or privelege and said City Marshal shall state in saidad saidlday of November 1905 when bids shall be received and said City Mar shal shall according to said adver tisement receive such bids and report same to said City Council at its CityII or privelege to the highest and best apIprovaladvertisement shall reserve the right to reject any and all bids The bid I der to whom said franchise or prive lege shhll he awarded shall pay the amount of such bid in cash of ceri tified check to the Treasurer of said- I City of Hartford Kentucky within i ten 10 days after such franchise IsI awarded Section 10 This ordinance shall take effect and be in forcer im and after its passage Approved November 1 190 ROWAN Hoi HIJOOK Mayor Attest SI A ANDERSON Clerk r1Early Risers Tho famous littlo pills RALLs usedtodmdruff disappears antdressingFIf r 4J Grand Prize St Louis 1904 I Columbia U apIwphones BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines 75GtoWQ Disc Machines 12 to 65 Ttio Craphophono reproduces all kinds of muslo perfectly band orchestra violin vocal and Instrumental solos quartettes otc It Is an ondloss source of amuscmont C lour orljjlnnl Loud U nrjvuled 14S rllllunt acres I nsplrlnj A ttractlvo r2s T IMININIYIXIIIIXIIIIIIIXt11X1111111111111 Anele 1111111111X111IIIIIIIIY111IIIXIYIMXI1M1111IM11111MMIIIIN1I NN1111N111 COLUMBIA Gold Moulded Cylinder RecordsMIIIIIIX11111Illlllllllllllllllll1111111111111111111111111 1111X1111111I1111111MI11 ilairRenewer VEGETABLE SICILIAN 1 RIch E ntcrtntnlng C ttptlvutlnj outcarh1- JR CHomint D cllfihtful Superior XIXMylIl1111111WNMIxIMMIM11 125jXIIxIXIX111111XIXMNIIIINrI1 COLUMBIA DiSC RECORDS dozenlOlnch I Grand Opera Records made In lOlnch discsonly 2 each roordswrecord cylinder and discs 1 1 Columbia Phonograph Company 117119 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI 0 1wm Grand Prize nlJIIIIlw 8t Lorm0904t1 iutllt1 Mn I 1 N ivx 1r rF 1 f n LIKE OUR FOREFATHERS I AWe Are Still in The Dangle President Says In Thanksgiving Proclamation Washington Nov 2The Presi dent today Issued his proclamation naming Thursday November ill next as a day for Thanksgiving Itfhe proclomation follows I By the President of the United I States of America A proclamation When nearly three centuries age the first settlers came to the country which has now become this great re y public they confronted not only hardship and privation but terrible risk to their lives In those grim years the custom grow of setting apart one day in each year for a I specialservice of thanksgiving the Almighty for preserving thei people through the changing seasons Thecuslom has now become national and hallowed by immemorial usage We live in easierand more plentiful i times than our forefathers the men who with rugged strength faced the rugged days tad yet the dangers to national life are quite as great now I as at any previous time in our history It is eminently fitting that once u year our people should set apart a day for praise und thanksgiving to the giver of good anti at the same time that they express their thank i fulness for the abundant mercies re ccived should manfully acknowledge their shortcomings and pledge themselves solemnly and in good faith to strive to overcome them During the past year we have hen blessed with bountiful crops Our business prosperity has been great Na other people have ever stood on as high a level of material wellbeing as ours now stands We are not threatened by foes from without The foes from whom we should pray to be delivered are our own passions appetites and follies and against these is always need that we should vur- Therefore 1 now set apart Thursday the 30th day of this November as a day of thanksgiving for the put and of prayer for the future and on that day I auk that throughout the land the people gather in their homes and places of worship and in rendering thanks unto the most high for the manifold blessings of the past year consecrate themselves to u life of clcanlines honor and wis dom so that this nation may do its allotted work on the earth in a manner worthy of those who founded it and of those who preserved it In witness whereof I have hereun to set my hand and caused the seal of the United Statewto beafRxed Done at the City of Washington this second tiny of November in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and five and of the inde pendence of the United States the one hundred and thirtieth THEODORE ROOSEVELT By the president Elihu Root Secretary of State Saved by Dynamlto Sometimes a flaming city is savellI by dynamiting a space that cant cross Sometimes a cough hangs on so long you feel as if noth ing but dynamite would cure it ZI T Gray of Calhoun Ga writes My wife hadIi 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 cased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her Strict ly scientific care for bronchitis and La Grippe At a Wayne Griffin Bro drug store price 60cand 100 guaranteed Trial bottle freeI In Memory- Of our beloved brother W L Grow barger who was shot and killed by Marshal R F Stevens while in his charge at McHenry October 7 1003 Therefore be it Resolved That we the membersI of Local Union No 665 W of A of McHenry Y Do deeply regret the way in which he met his untimely death therefore itResolved Thathe had his faults but point out the man that has none i we have every reason to believe that Bro Growbarger was honest good hearted and kind and agreeable with al whom he had dealings he was a kind husband and loving father and a hard worker and one who provided Women as Well as Men i Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble IKidney trouble preys upon the mind dis I and lessens ambition beauty vigor I by one bv and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseased has become so prevalent It Is not uncommon for child to be born kidIneys urine scalds the flesh or If when the child I reaches an age when It should be able control the passage Ills yet afflicted toI depend upon It the cause the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erabie with kidney and bladder and both need the name great remedy The mild and the Immediate effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold druggists In fifty cent and dollar slses You may have a aamele bottle mall Kldnev trouble that a trouble- free abopampl leltell name of a uir Root I all about It Including many of the ling of testimonial letters received sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer 2t Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this papej make any mistake but remember IDont SwampRoot Dr Kilmers and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottles for his family therefore be it Resolved That we feel that we have lost a worthy brother in union cooperations and citizenship there be it Resolved That we extendour heartfelt sympathy to his bereaved wife and children therefore be it Resolved That the charter oft our union be draped inmourning for sixty days and the words of the poet be repeated in these resolution A light from our home is gone A voice we loves is stilled A place is vacant in our heart That never can be filled All the plans of life arc broken All the hopes of life are fled Council comforter and adviser Alas alas for ho is dead Friend and brother thou hast left us- Here thy loss wedeeply feel If it was God that hath bereft us lie could all our sorrows heal Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the two county papers for publication also to the United Mine Workers Journal and a copy of each be sent to the bereaved family Respectfully J It ILEK Chmn Com 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 Ca Toledo Ohio We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Drug gist Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces cf the system Testimonials sent free prices 75c constipation Atrhl on I Knn O1olw h A certain amount of will power Ss I all right but a man who can fast until he starves to death doesnt amount to much The average man isnt satisfied until he has bought an encyclopedia I this is so big it has so many in it he cant find anything thingsI Talk to a traveling man will talk about the hotels in the same way a woman talks about her hired girls mighty few good ones Question for the Lancester Liter ary Society When a woman says she prefers the neck of the chicken I docs her husband appreciate her un selfishness in tolling the falsehood When a man is offered a good po sition in his youth and takes the the question of accepting it to the Lordwith the result that he refuses we wonder if the children of his pov arty days entirely approveI CASTORIAFor Infaata and The Kind You Have Ohilc1renI l I Bears the- 8lguature of nh REV A B GARDNERtl ilus Accepted a Call to the Pas j torate of Hartfora Baptist Church I The Republican published at Mar j GardnerlslYSAmong our other losses Morgan I town and vicinity are to lose a splendid ctizen andan able and concieti ous divine in the person of Rev A B GardnerRev has accepted a call to thepastorate of the Baptist church at Hartford Ky at a salary of 600 for half of his time and Will locate there and enter into the work by January 1st 1906 it We understand the prospects for the Hartford church are exceeding ly bright The church has a good house of worshiplighted by electric ityand heated by furnace and best of all the church is composed of men and women who are united and earnest in the Lords work The town of Hartford is growing as never before with a fine school and with a railroad reasonably cer tain We regret exceedingly to give up Rev Gardner and congratulate Hart ford on her great good fortune in securing him as a citizen and asa pastor He was pastor of the Bap tist church at this place for four years and four months and during that time greatly built up the church and put it in a good financial foot ing clearing it of a debt of seme 600TorrlflcRnco t With Doath Death was fast approathing writes Ralph F Fernandez of Tam pa Fla describing his fearful race with death as a result of liver IsrobbCtlmeest in life I had tried differ I ent doctors and several medicines I but got no benefit until I began to ijse 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 Guaranteed at Z Wayne Grifiim Bro drugstore price 50c The Word Vote Vote is a word with a curious history To the Roman a votum was a solemn promise made to a deity From the solemn promise itself the meaning of votum gradually became the prayer or intense wish that accompanied the promise and Impovurisnea Soil I Impoverished Moil like impoverished blood needs u proper I fertilizer A chemist by nmtlyz ing the soil clue toll you what fertilizer to use for different productsIf blood is impoverished your doctor will tell you what you need to fertilize it and rive it tho rich red corpuscles that are lucking ill it Ittiny be you need a tonic but more likely you need a concentrated fat food und fat is the element locking in your system There is ill fat food that is so easily digested and assimilated u- sIScotts Emulsion Liver Oil- It I I will nourish and strengthen- the body when milk and cream full to do it Scotts Emulsion is always the same always palatable and always beneficial where the body is wasting from any cause either in children or adults We will tend you a sample free rleturolabel in on the wrnjtpei of every bottle of Kuiul eiou you buy SCOTT I BOWN- EClblIIS7S 4O9 Reatl st Jew York ribe and a1C- Otl13ruglsts any intense wish whatever So far the development proceeded in Latin and vote passed into Englis with the same sense When Ben Jonson wrote of public votes to heaven he meant notlmass meetin resolutions but prayers Finally vote acquired ils present meaning expresIsionThat open work bag for shooping called a reticule gets its name directly from the Latin reticulum little net Popularly however the word is supposed to owe its existence to the fact that when an English visited the first Paris Exposi 11woman her little bag in her hand cried Ridicul The Englishwoman misunderstood the exclamation is said to have though the correct translation ot little calllPhilologist claim that the phras to sleep like a top comes from the French dormir come une taupe to sleep like a mole It is said too that Cinderellas slippers were not made of glass but of vair the old French word for ermine which in time became occupied into vere glass 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscrib ers to the Weekly Courier Journal The Weekly CourierJournal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It propose to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 30 and 20 andl sixteen pres of 30 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write for the CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the Weekly Cou rieJournal giving full details It will be sent free tf aA Unique Ohio Club Utrolt nIrsJIll bet you havent a club in this town that can hold a candle for orig inanity to the one we have inLorain observed William Nixon a business man of the Ohio town who was at the Griswold House yesterday They call it the Peanut Club he continued smiling and to be eligible one must have rolled a pea nut from Deqter street to the loop North Broadway which is up through tho business section of the town Oh its a great club The members are all society girls and understand that the coming winter the initiation will be changed slightly to include the novelty of blowing n propellfngGreat town Lorain Creeping Doath Blood poison creeps up toward the heart causingdeath J E Stearns Bell Plaine Minn writes that n friend dreadfully injured his hand whichswelled up like blood poison ing Bucklens Arnica Salve drew out the poison healed the wound and saved his life Best in the world for burns and sores 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store Great Submarine Desert Prof Alexander Agassizwho latel returned from a six month cruise in the government sounding boa Albatross has discovered and chartered ajgreat submarine desert covering about 2000000 square miles of the bed of the Pacific Oceon The water in this desert says Every bodys Magazine is very shallow at 1compared with the great depth oi rest the ocean floor In fact it is a vast volcanic plateau This is shown by the dredging which are pieces of manganese rock V9lcanic lava roundedbyJthe action of the water Every day the Albatross dredging apparatus would bring up bushels of what now appeared to b peaS now potatoes now connon bills The average depth is 200 fathoms The ocean desert is rilmosi absolutely level That is soundings show butslight variation of depth I A curious thing this great plain oi desert water without a trace of lire I plant or animal f Awgctable PreparationfbrAs I ihcFoodandRegula UnglheStomnchsnroBowclsof 0 Promotes illOpium A petfeel Remedy forConslipn Worms Convulsions Fcvcrish H ness and Loss OF SLEEP FacSutule Signature or htvNEW YORK 1 LLxAccopyos WRAPPER 1 oft orNTO1 I r 00 death CHUM of IllM vim bit cured nxirglcnl oprrutlon hut you would rather have Illri- j cnred without Ibe knlf UARKIH 1OHITIVK IlLECfJlE will loIt Made only by tin UltchlMd IMmrmiualCo Inc For nloby H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 0 0 X A that will pay you from 500 to year ttI ttJ That is what our are demand ing for their work We give the kind of that county from the start Rv course in the Term begins Sept 4th Write today Address r 3 r Jj Vi1fI nftM Mu n r WNNW XWXVWWi AM XA f M Tk tcnnrjr and r ll Miif ct Strrnu ruena I rrpnutloajSfiSSS Uon lmtv I I are oNarm4notan on ilrrku ODd tnotaoltonH you I aI1Idtwo tmpo to anrr 11 Rt Rt 1tit wewdar IUWI ULL tarMwrperm l NnI frratr4lI Jr STEVENS ARMS I TOOL CO ro Cotton cnicorEE nus MASS VSA for THE H OAN l0 JUT yutir in r i i CASTORIA For Infants and Children Kind Have Alway Jghlf Bears t Signature i In- Use i For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIAJ TM Ntr TON Cyr CureIAll bv tJW1CDO YOU WANTPosition 5000 a graduates training Increase Your Salarybiking a OWKNSBORO BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Owensbor Busines Uni Owensboro Kentucky MIoLIrfIIIJf W- BMMM tllolnformiiloDODfctintlDfflUiiitpir boul pool LLFADERSldII Subscribe KTFOKD UEPUNU Advance The You t yII Colonist Rater-I I Vln- I I Big Four Route Toe I CALIFORNIA I WASHINGTON I OREGON r IDAHOMONTANA I UTAH and intermediate territory Ticket on Solo Melt I to May IB For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or ad dress the undersigned VAIUIN j IYNTII o r A T A- Clnvlnnntl wife H J HATCH CHirntl Awnt- IonlTllli Icy t+ ++++ +++++++++ f ++ ++ T++ftf+ 8tit C fY ++Fd I Irt + t I FEMACURA iMany remiHllr lor Ktoine Olreare HIV on the market lint The only one thai I SMe proven to Ltmn ubmlntr and pOKltlre cure for nil lornuol Knrml Trouble t FEMACIMIA A eau U trial will ronrlote the mot ktptlwil ot 111 almost mt roculouecnrattrepowere Mailtonlj bjr the LK1TCIIFIEL1 AllSIACAL CO iIse For wale by H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky itJ+ ++ 4M ++ F4 ++++++++tfN1 ++ +itt 1i ii t r 5 x1yr u tY u New County Officials Elected Tuesday C BEARD W B TAYLOR W S T1NSLEY E M WOODWARD R B MARTIN OSCAR MIDKIFP ItCRepresentative County Judge County Court Clerk County Attorney Sheriff Jailer E a Hartford Republican I WaeIbythe llnrtfonl Inlilfchlnn Company ltORPOREP I Es IIIIItUnrTES =rnorcO- Cunc1 nd 39 oeh Ztvori FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10 Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us The Day After OHIO county can neither be bought out with money nor stolen with blocks from Louisville THERELL be no more efforts to stealelections in Ohio county by the Block system imported from Louisville No IIOUE secret caucuses for the purpose of contracting for the con struction of iron bridges says the voters of Ohio county THE decisive +victory tivn by the Republican ticket last Tuesdaydem onstrates the truth of the statement that you cannot fool all the people all the time BY a majority of 705 the people of Ohio county said last Tuesday that I they are through with the man who j claims honor forpaying3sooodebts with Slooo OHIO countys new Fiscal Court I will if people will only present their bills inform the public immediately after taking charge of affairs the exact amount of the countys debtI IT is being rumored that on account of the excellent work done inI the recent campaign Mr Y L Moseley has been chosen permanent Chairman of the Democratic campaign Committee JUDGE MILLERS 7000 or 8o0 letters sent out to the voters in envelops with his picture on one end and the message Read me keep me reread and read again on the other seemed to be effective as Taylors 7os majority indicates MILLEUS alleged saving of 21ooo I to Ohio county taxpayers by reason of a reduction in the poll tax rate I in the light of the fact that he andI his Bard of Supervisors forced taxpayers to pay Slooo more tax es during the same time that the 21ooo was alleged to have been saved seemed to have but little weight with the voters last Tues day DID the Democrats have any mon ey last Tuesday Yes they placed 95o in the hands of one of their henchmen at Rosine under written confract with him that the Rosine r precinct was to go Democratic The Republicans carried the precinct by 131 votes and Wednesday a defeated- candidate and the Chairman of th Democratic Campaign Committee went after the 93o but it could not l be located SATURDAY a Democratic candidate went to Louisville Sunday it wasi generally reported that machines had been procured at Louisville toI steal the election with Mondoy these contrivances were sent to Democrat ic heelers all over the county an some of them fell in the hands o Republicans and are now on exhibi tion here where any one can see them who cares to do so The contrivance is made so that if the voter uses it he cannot possibly vote anything except the Democratic ticket What do the people generally think of this effort to steal the election in Ohio county THE decisive victory won by the Republicans last Tuesday demon strates the fact that Ohio county i unmistakably Republican Whil there was evidence of quite a good deal of independent voting about as much was drawn from the Republic an as the Democratic party and strict party vote would have give practically the same result It is al so evidence that the people favor public management of the countys affairs It means down with thir termism and forever warns publi- officials to deal with the pudlic in a public manner It is an indorse ment and commendation of the high est order of the ticket elected not on ly as Republicans but as gentlemen worthy of the nighest honor In Memory With bowed heads and aching hearts neighbor whispered to neighbor Sam Cox is dead A pall o sablte I about our little city To every street corner to every home the appalling news spread and tender words of love for the noble young man so quickly snatched away and sympathy for the bereaved ones were heard on every hand Althou h Sam had not been well for a lon time neither his family or friends knew the serious nature of his mala dy Going for a little rest from busi ness as well as a pleasant visit to his sister Mrs Charles Rogers Elkton Ky he was immediately taken seriously ill Physicians were sur moned consultations held and i monhetr ravage his body that Thursday No vember 2 after only a few days o brayostruggle and his young life ended i the very beginning of a promisin- manhood Samuel Sullivan Cox was born in Hartford Ky March 3 1881 He was given the name of the Hon Sunset Cox who was figur ing so prominently in national affair at that time and a relative of hi Dyspepsia Is an indication that the stomach and other diestive organs are weak tired o debilitated It causes no end of aches and pains an- is most common whet- people bolt their meals burry and worry as the do in this countr- yHoodsSarsaparilla cures dyspepsiait has U a diseaseeremarkableeG h Hood Co Lowell Mass- e fathers family One of Sams cher ished possessions was a letter ten to him by Mr Cox when writI a little boy three years old education was obtained at his college and high on its homeI his name stands as a young man I sterling worth and splended business bankingfhis wise training and thougtful care he had fitted his only son as his suc cessor in a business the pride of Hartford and Ohio county How he had heeded the council and in struction of that devoted father you may judge when the father was heard to say Sam could run my business he was familiar with every detailand I was looking forward to an old age free from business care and responsibiliy Sam will be miss gentleea missed in his place of business where he was a courteous polite young man Sam will be missed in the lodge princin was regard for fellowmenSam will be t missed in the Sunday School where his rich young voice in melody offer Heavenlycsocial circle where by his charming I parsonality and engaging manners he was a universal favorite He will be missed by the children on their way to j school as a cheery smile or a pleasant word was given them as they passed How fitting at the Sunset hour with mellow light oft an lndiansummersunsotenderandl onesfshould be planted in Gods Acre to await the trumpets call B B NoticeITo the local unions of the A S of E throughout the county greeting The county union will meet at the court house in Hartford November verygas tance is to be transacted at that meet ing DAVID MORELA D Pres An English Author Wrote No shade no shine no fruit no leavesNovembertno dom from catarrh which is so ag gravated during this month that it troublesomefis a constitutional disease It is re consumptiong Hoods Sarsaparilla has shown that what is capable of eradicating scrofula completely cures catarrh and consumptionssee an can iIput off taking this medicine in view of the widely published recordof its radical and permanent cures It is undoubtedly Americas Greatest Medicine for Americas Greatest Dis easeCatarrh No falsee spreten has marked the Nopidle promises of reward for cases it will not cure Being entirely harm catarrhs positiveyspeedily and completely cures nasal ofathousands and a reputation of many years success All druggists 50c or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York i 4AS5T 4pence At SO DOES 2- Ii ffl Cos aLong CSL a f Economy Store 2 I Leads all theft in point of magnitude of Stocks extort of UK variety general excellence and uniformly low prices t = GREAT BARGAINS = khtaiIwear lothing Shoes and Notions I = The strong low price inducements will not fail to interx est every one and all are cordially invited to visit x = LONG COS ECONOMY STORE = tHartford Kentucky 1 re BARNES BRO 1 new Merchandise arriving daily we keep every department IWith with uptotheminute correct Merchandise of every kind Keep everything are putting on sale this week an iWe now line of Ladies jtockrf Turn and all the now things in Ladies and Ladies Belts Any lady can find something that v11 please at ieither 5r uOc 75c or 1 each White and Black Silk Shawls In quite a variety of patterns There is nothing more dire sy and s rviceable than a nice Silk Shawl Priced at 1 175- I 250 350 and 4 each Suspenders One of the trongest features in our Gents Furnishing Goods section is our line of Suspenders Bought direct from nun of the Iniiritit imtm iii ill the country No middlemans profit III these Suspender1 We can giv full a SuSponj dor for 25c a5lIHl SOc each that has full twenty per cent more valuo in it- t than any store in the country lhistweek a nuts lot of these Suspenders bo placed at your disposal II SHIRTS SHIRTSI In our fiO 75c and 100 line of mens nice Shirts you will find Query Pattern new and strictly according to this seasons fashions andwo positively guarantee every Shirt wo sell to give perfect satisfaction for the pricu we charge Ft9IiIJ Beaver Darren Kentucky r9 99S95 r SSSSSSSSSSSS i SSSS6JSSSSSS- e + r c ar0u I uu JAMES M DoWEESE Superintendent of Schools elect e n = n 41- bM Fairs Store News I 41 i 41 4Atthis season our Cloak and Skirt department r41 intorest every lady in Hartford and vicini bit f 4 say that wo have the most uptodate gar tI 1monts in our city is not exaggerating for wo have i 41and our pi ices are right Our styles the very r4 latest Wo do not ask you to buy only want to bI 41put our time against yours and show them to you j 41If wo soil you all right if not wo will thank you 011 H the pleasuro of showing them to you Call u 41and see us tI p 9tMIS 41We are not behind as to the wants of our gen i Jj tlemen trade Wo pride ourselves in showing the Iiii svellest lino of Suits and Overcoats that are found bit I t9in Hartford Bear in mind that wo mark our J 41 Clothing at low reasonable prices and when you b 1wear 41 our Suits you have tie correct stylo at the t same price your neighbor pays If it is bf- p 4 j a Worsted or a Casimoro Suit in square cut oublo J breasted or military Out wo have then Our low tQ price will sUI1H iso you our styles x will please youG bsIt4i 41 Our Shoes b 9 l 41 To us are of great importance because much de J- Jl ponds on our feet hence wo have been striving for jjj + years to obtain the very best wearers on the mark b 49 et For good honest wear for ladies and chil y 41 then we oiler tha celebrated Priesmoyor Shoe all bi 1 41out of the best selectedstock and guaranteed tob 41 you perfect wear Eighteen years oxperionco tI in handling this lino put us in a position to back b J every assertion made about the lino For men 40 our Courtney line has no superior You buy a ItI 3 41 goodsolid Shoo No cut off vamps Every pair b J a good solid wear See us for good ShoesbJ 41 9 J Consult Fairsbtq If you arc not already a customer consult Fairs 9c 4at once We guarantee you a big saving on your 41 fall bill In connection with our immense Dry jjj 41 49 Goods store wo have a large commodious base bf 44ment where nothing but useful home furnishing tI are handled at 5c nnd10c Nothing highb tq 41 or Call and see this department 9 4t4 Remember tHe Place 9 Harcford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER w 41Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant My My Fresh Oysters Fish and Celery at City RestaurantI Col C M Barnett is the grest of his family hereJ I A E Ellis of Nocreek called to see us last Friday I Mr William Hamilton McHenry called to see usyesterday i Mr David Moreland Nocreek was a pleasant caller Mondays MrC C Dennis Prentis was a pleasant caller Wednesday Arbin Petty the tailor is ready to rto your work in firstclass style P Svc r1Wr Stff 1 nti e4J + Z i Mr E W Smith Ceralvo called to see us last Saturday Dr J A Duff Sulphur Springs was a pleasant caller last Saturday Mr L A Sandefur Rob Roy wa a very pleasant caller last Saturday Mr Joe H Roberts Fordsville was a pleasant caller last Saturday Mr John Veller Taylor Mines made us a pleasant call last Satur day Mr A V LeachT Prentis calle to see us last SaturdayIMr W G Bennett Beda was a very pleasant caller last Friday Nicest line of Cakesand Cracker in Hartford at City RestaurantI lion A S Bennett is spending few days at his home near Beda Mr C A Lmdley Point Pleasant was a pleasant caller last Saturday Until furthernotice wnvill pay 20c per dozen for eggs CARSON Co Messrs L C and Watt Taylor Matanzas called to see us last Satur day Just arrived a new lot of silks an dress goods at Long Cos Economy Store We can supply your wants if yo will give us a chance CARSON Co We want your eggs chickens feathers turnips and apples CARSON Co Prof J C Hohimcr Rockport called at TilE REPUHLICAN office las Saturday We are headquarters for raincoats overcoats work coats and dress coats CARSON Co Ladies clothing pressed by J A Petty manager of the Hartford Pressing Club Peters Shoes of every description and prices low at Long CosIEconomy Store t U S Carson who has been ill of typhoid fever for the past several days is improving Mr J W Hale and family were the guests of relatives in Fordsville the first of the week If you want to secsomeuptodateI things in g Cos Economy Store Come to Carson Co for school shoes and any kind of shoes you might need CARSON Co ISee what we are offering free when your cash purchase amounts to 25 at Long Cos Economy Store IMrs Frank Bradshaw of Stanley is the guest of Mr J E Fogle and family and other relatives in the city Ask to see our line of ladies andI childrens cloaks and furs also rain coats LONG Cos ECONOMY STOltEI Leave your laundry at Cleve ter grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 4Gtf IAsk to see our line of ladies and j clocks and furs also rai coats Long Cos Econom Store I See Arbin Petty inthe base i ment of the New Commercial Hotel I and have that old suit rchauled He will make it look as good as new f City Restaurant most up to dat place in Hartford Everything neat as a pin Everything good to eat Everything cooked as ordered Miss Ella Herring has accepted a position as principal of the short hands and business department ofI Ossian Commercial College atOssian i Indiana Go to Moore Crabtrea for all kinds of fresh meats bacon lard i flour meal kraut and pickles Will pay highest market price in cash for beef hides 16t2 I October 12th Light ILosTOnOvercoat 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 madeat Schroeter Floating Studio Good work guarI I Intoed and delivered promptly I Mrs T J Smith is the guest of her daughter Mrs Sam P Render a Norman Oklahoma Judge John B Wilson visited hiss wife who is under treatment of physicians at Owensboro the latter part of last week Mrs L C Leach of Owensboro who has been visiting her sister Mrs M L Heavrin for Several days re turned home this week engageddrevenue quarters at Modoc called to see us while in the city Wednesday Dr Crawford porofessor of Greek and Hebrew in the Louisville Thelogical Seminary will preach at ChurchaSunday November 18th- ESTRAYEDOne black oneyear old steerhas been gone since June any information as to the whereabouts of this steer will be amply rewarded JOHN YELLER Taylor Mines Postmaster J H Thomas Nar rows has a new deputy Mr Thomas says the young gentlemen hav theIevidence of his Republicanism withua not endanger your eyesight by fur ther delay but come at once No shoddy goods Satisfaction guaran teed R W KING 12t4 Hartford House partnershiptof our pprofession I desire to close up all individual accounts So those knowing themselves indebted to me will please call and settle Oct 11 1905 E W FORD Ben Bartlet of Bartlett neighborhood was found lying by the side of the road dead near Alexander school house yesterday morning He had been to Hartford the day before and it is thought that he was drinking and fell from his horse and chilled to death Every man owes It to himself and his family to master a trade or proC- ession Read the display advertisement of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy in this issue and learn easy a young man oryounglady may learn telegraphy and be assured a position tf Mr and Mrs Jake Coleman of Louisville are the prond parents of a fine boy born the 31 of October Mr Coleman is a member of the firm of Coleman Brothers wholesale drygoods merchants and is a farmer Ohio county citizen doing a son of the late DrJ S Coleman In our report of the national meeting of the A S of E last week we reported only Watt Taylor as a delegate from Ohio county when in fact Mr W F Stevens of Nocreek was also a delegate and in atten dance We are also informed that perston and oats 35 cents per WANTEDBy Chicago Manufact uring House person of trustworthiness and somewhat familiar with lo cal territory as assistant in branch weeklyyrequired Previous experience not essential to engaging Address Manager Branches Como Block Chicago 12t12 The first quarterly meeting for ateLiberty church next Sunday All 9f the official members are urgently requested to be present as the whole years work will be laid out Thejiew Presiding Elder Rev J W Lewis D D a younger broth er of the pastor will be present and the preaching Strayed or Stolen One male pointer white with liver ears and few other liver colored spots has tip of tail cut off will answerto name of Dick 500 reward for the return of this dog E G BARRASS Hartford Ky Wanted 40 Pick Miners at McHenry Mines McHenry Ky MCHENRY COAL COMPANY By R T WEDDING tf Killed by Curcklebur As the result of swallowing a cocklebur the thtee months old daughter cf Mr and Mrs Fred John M EJ1 s s b 21EaErS a s sg EEr8 SALE SALE I SHAWL AND FASCINATER I m SALEm m The first of the kind ev er held in Hartford I A Rare Opportunity That Comes Once in Years U n m 53 Dozens 1OfnmmI JtlTomorrowatlO 8 IIn the morning continuing till 4 mmM SAMBACHHartford m imB9ot +++ 01 of + ++ ++++050 + ++ fool +40+ +tRANK OF HARTFORD Joco OIZATLrD 1NN2- f 5 4000000SurplusI Stockholders Addll Liability 4000000 Securety to Depositors 9 1 00000 i J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier iH P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier 0 S J W FORD H P TAYLOR X JNO CTHOMAS + H ++++++++ ++i 0 foi of the Livia neighbor ood is dead The death of the child occur red Tuesday morning after nearly twentyfour hours of agony she hav ing swallowed the bur Monday after noon The tragedy was the result of the playfulness of a threeyears old brother who placed the bur between his sisters lips- HERBERT a Nov 7 Everybody gone to the electionHarry Givens made a buisness trip to Hawesville MondaiThe sick in our community are all improvingMiss Miller who is attending school at Fordsville spent Sat urdayand Sunday at Home I Dr J B Huff made a flying trip to Oweisboro Monday Mrs Emma Miller visited at Wal R HOLBKOOK JNO T MOORE DiecronI Hoi+HHo nut Grove last week Mr Green Voyles and family of neighborhood All the cases of deptheria are reported better Farmers are busy gathering corn Rumor says we are soon to have a wedding Marshal Moore of Ballard county is visiting relatives here Mrs Lula Midkiff is on the sick list a iCASTOnXaBun the The Kind You Han Always Bod Slpt1l18 1I 01 CbeapIyoung years old next spring AL M BAUDWELL Williams Mires Ivy 1 e LAST FLAGSHIP OF NELSON British Naval Expert Tells of the Great Progress Which Has Been Made in Naval Construction The Victory the lust of Xel sont battleships now Heating in Portsmouth harbor at the veiior able ago of 140 years was rccoutly taken by Sir Philip Watts direc tor of naval construction in Eng lund as the starting point of an interesting address on the lust 100 years progress in warship de sign says the New York Globe This 100guu vessel built ii 1703 was 40 years old at the last great sea fight of Treat Britain at Trafalgar The length of her gun decks is 180 feet her extreme breadth Cl feet 10 inches and lie burthen in tons 2162 22fIJ Th thickness of the oak sides of ties wooden battleships above the water line in the days of Trafal gar was about two feet The old cast iron smoothbores with their wooden trucks then in use had a range of 2500 yards at eight do crcps elevation tlio 21 and H2 pounders The 24pounder was able to penetrate nearly five feet of solid oak and the ISpoundor about half this amount There were heavier guns but owing to the primitive appliances then lu use they were dilNeult to handle The naval lighting ninepin which 100 years of evolution has produced is a very different sort of vessel and is so much more 1o prful that u single one of the late British battleships could it is said have engaged the whole of the British fleet at Trafalgar the allied fleet thrown in The modern 12 inch wirewound pun will penetrate 42 inches of wrought iron and even at 3000 yards will farce uncapped tiles through over 12 inches Krupp steel armor The 12 incl bythepanics in England are said to bo capable of penetrating 51 inches of wrought iron and will fire two rounds per JIIillllhI dtheand armor is about what it was in the days of the emit lion smooth bore and the oak sides so that while there have been great ad vances the relative positions o offense and defense in naval warfare are but little changed GIBRALTAR IS CRUMBLING The BeingStrengthened dency to Rot Away The public is not alters 4hat the great rock of Gibraltar is tumbling down that its cruet bling rotting masses must be eon tiuually hound together will huge patches of masonry iiwl re meal asserts the Chicago Cliron itle I I Yet they who sail past Gibral till cannot fail tonotice on the cistern slope of the fortress enor mous silvercolored patche gleaming in Ihc sun These patch es in sown eases 150 or 40 feet square tilt till proof of Gilt ftars disintegration Of thick strong ieinent they kelp huge spurs of the dills site front tum 11HaJliditerrawan say thaI Gibral j tar has been jotting and criim 11lahlhilIisllIlIIIlItiollhas They say that the stow forming I this imposing dill is rotten stone Mid Hull in a little while the I plirnsc the strength of Gibral i Gut will he meaningless It is British possibleTl11ouShoutIworil touching t rroryall the IseVviz from j Lngliiml to Halifax X S across i 1IIi i to Vancouver across tIll 1itcilie to Hong Kung thence to j Singapore Peiiang Mauritius Cap1ovvrr St Helena and Eng land or from 1enang to Ceylon llnltiibraIIarconnection no other nation in tll world possesses The Worm Turns Garrulous Acquaintance Are you not sometimes afraid a day will come when 011 have written yourself outand will have to quit or go atsouiethlng else for a living gdear n lacious You have been talking for 50 years and you haven r t talked yourself out yet have you Chicago Tribune Roumanlas Illiteracy I Roumania appears to be most illiterate country in theI The last census shows that in the population of about 600000111 nearly 4000000 can nor write and that only a little I over 1000000 have any education at all PLAY BASEBALL BY NIGHT IIn Dawson City Game Is Called at Eight in the Evening Theater Begins at Ten P M JohnScuddcr3icTauoflbla apolis in his recent book Alaska i rsets the Klondike says of n fa j hastgood theater an athletic house for winter spurts and ath letic grounds well prepared for j baseball cricket and tennis A town1elitImegaphone an improvement on a bell and announces the hour and place of forthcoming events The long summer days simplify arrangements of this materially The baseball Gran and the ollice boy are not com pelted to devise excuses for th neglect of their business in the middle of the afternoon to witness II baseball gaunt The game dos not begin until eight oclock in evening mid the theater recognix ing it as a stiff competitor doe not up its curtain until teu j 1oclock This means of course outlI but inasmuch the night is near i ly as light as the day no inconven 18tpvt perature probably as are known In any inhabited portion of the j globe The thermometer regis tend 110 degrees above zero a few days before our arrival and tIP ays of our stay were uncomforta hot at midday In the till or 70 below is not a very rare e perience And yet the sourdoughs well JicLaifn siasm of the winter climate It tail right here in winter said on except when it moderates some times and the temperature to 2i or 30 below You see it feel so much like spring that our peo pie needlessly expose themselves and catch cold CANAVOIDE Water Supply Is Whole Secret of Stav lug Off Disease Blame the Health Board Typhoid is an unnecessary eri- isit like bad government civil i lifferiiico is rusjionsible for one as for the other As a matter of illI dividual warning there is little t utee say says McClures Magazine rind out where your water comes from and unless the tollllllllnit nurds the general health by In Wishing a pure drinking supply guard your own by hauling the wa Dont allow open vaults sewage accessible to fibs to exit near where you live Themes board of health in your tulle if worthless themes a law gardingniiixanccs that isnt Go 0111 doctor promptly on suspi eion if you haw any reason to j suppose that you have contracted the disease It is no ailment to parley with If you know of a case that till attending physician Jill s reported privately but not to thlI olllIselfpay taxes to get good water and to have the laws enforced one of the host pro venlives against typhoid is thi i pernicious municipal nctivittwhich gets what it pays for After all the question as to whether IlIitPatt i ronce is larJcla matter of inI tellifient workinycitixenship The Unusual Mistake Near 5ighfcd Stranger at swell hallqlllt1 hog pardon but you i are the head waiter are you no Distinguished Guest Go- racious no Im only Baron deI BuroooChicago Tribune I PAPERIUsed in Asia Garments made of paper lung been used in eastern Asia but only in default of other cloth lug or on special occasions lu vesterncouiitries the only articles of dress made of IKIIHT until re ceully were collars culls ami biiht bosoms that is to say arti card which sac usually starched Sow however numerous invent ors me endeavoring to introduce woven paper fabrics says the Ssci entitle American ltalf11n1rufcuue u lug tine and strong yarns by twist lug very thin silk paptr cut into 1strips about unc tenth of an iudi wide As yet these yarns are only used for wicks of wax candles out lu the manufacture of iucamies cent gild mantles A greater advance has been made in Saxony Here uldonurt- vw strips of paper are spun by u process patented by tfavlez Co Paper sold cotton are also spun fiuishcdv 85itti llers cotton twarp in weaving drillings suita ble for toweling and summer waistcoats trousers and skirts Heavier and warmer cloth idfmade by combining paper said idticpeatedly surface It is well adapted for tennis and lounging suits Sulli dent cloth for a jacket waistcoat and trousers costs only toil marks or 230 and still cheaper gum 01115 are made for laborers This product is named xyloliu For such use however ray ma terials even cheaper thou tiuislici pajKr are sought Spinning mill refuse consisting of very slum smooth libers that cannot be spun goes as a rule to the paper mills 1111auy attempts to utilize this ma spinttiing mills ideaxof fat then comminuting the short libers in paper machines In this way a thin fibrous paste was pro dared This when poured on sieves yielded a thin soft paper intojnarrow strips be spun esother cheap paper stock coilsrented iota yam a process and so spinning and pu per marking meet lOne brand of those cellulose or IlinDten years many pat1ultc1n the experimental stage hilt definite progress hUH been made promisingnfuture Resistance to the action of wa is another important quality which the fabrics differ greatly Prof Pfuhl gives an example from experience A lighter laden wi- t1glalill in jute and canvas bngi in the Volga Thirtysix hours afterward the canvas illaxj bags were raised with their con digstu1n was yarns however withstand Inl tonoms immersion hut wood pulp yarns fall apart after very brief suahn SOME FACTS ABOUT TIMEI There Are Many Ideas Regarding It But Its Forefinger Writes in Great Wrinkles Time is hard to define says the theja and breakable legs It travels in divers places it ambles trots gallops runs whilllithorse But it has a forefinger reckless hand that writes wrinkles This explodes thchorseJtheory Furthermore Hence a bird of time Time is isinthe root of all evil and procras tination is the thief of tlmc11 Therefore procrastination is 1 u chicken thief 2 a thlllJ betynd astrcltltimejtmournsI King 1 Richard baud now doth time 110ImllllTime will tell Time is unthink nhag Time possesses its debtors The time is out of joint null well may it be considering what a nuisance it is Time is a sell a sandy beach ihank n shoal and an 11brdnt11Ao It is a whirligig which seems odd when we recall that time is quiet as a nun Time is good bad high tine rough hot Christmas spring waltz common and lovely Among good times may be men tinned quitting time and dinner timeRapid Growth Kills Boy A victim of his rapid growth John ny Whitley of Antrim N IL died at the home of relatives at Maiden yesterday From a child Whitley u rrfTintTfrtT azazaa- lrouasuPhtoraPhY for the ALJO h tLJI4lJ I JTrmsr American JR CAMERA yUPlate iOur facilities noble us to furnish cameras of the highest crndc at jj prices which cannot be met Send for illustrated catalogue telling all Ui about our 27 styles and sies Free a I I TIT T I C rt hwoJ Ii J a n 5t ro 1 J i J 8 CA MFG CO 916 St Rochester Y An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which out is now and has been making the past decade of years naturally to the surface nuinerousschemci of the II getrichquickchucter that benefit only the promoters of such ct the expense of innocent investors prospclIl ing wages high work abundance employment to all willing to earn and products the farm bringing bent prices there is little or no excuse one not to join the army of moneymakersThe rafest investment to make is to become a reader of the CINCINNATI EXQUIRER the greats and most newspaper in the United States With the facts truth and information gleaned from its col umns one may become well qualified to reach out and secure share of profit that always accrues from invest ments intelligently made The WEEKLY ENQUIRER costs but one dollar one years term The SUNDAY ENQUIRER costs you two dol ars a year The DAILY ENQUIRLH 7 issues week you get fourteen dollars a year- Without v the a first ctays newspaper success in any enterprise becomes problematical For ten cents you can secure a sample copy of each SUNDAY and WEEKLY EN QUIRER Company Cincinnati Ohio i was tall and rather sickly but it be came appnrecnt that he was going to be an unusually tall man twentiethIsix feet and was growing In IOf of the efforts of physicians he I contracted consumption which cau cd his death During the last year Whitley growth continued at such n rate that at the time his death he was seven feet tall In the last year of his life he average nearly an inch month A Previous Apology- So sorry not to have heard your lecture last night said the loqua cious lady know missed a treat everyboy says it was great How did they find out asked Mr Frockcont T ure you know postponed nrrT j1- y jLO at 11trt1 1i q 1 for in for reliable his for for for aidof was j Th fCtinCtYS TJ uck= I and American I il = I Goni5rely good in I I every dMuil Film or I Plates PS you choorc i IWOor I S480 u I I I 4ac5POCO I r AMERICAN vIERA I St Paul N I n + JsZaf7JY country brings giving of a Addrc- 5sEnquirer of POCG Eye W 1epi + oQjo J BIG FOUR IThe Best Line toIindiina1101ii ioolI1 f Uucatj y- It l claim II ieiroit f 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t0IftJII n i il lIS fcvjil a iv7i nut i it ir- I 11 nf all i KI iialf rrcular Irlco In ourCa 101 inf VrUofurlu hiI UTJ 4 fi Rogalas fJf1fo flGSfW ar To r5iS 4wo IntlOriUlnJI You njisuciSW CUSS 1t14T IrPair 0 vI if II Ti E P NO MORE TROUBLE lror USnRE nJt ffCL S 111 h maln daDo from TtlOtifSS OAtlTlSS ItJi FIJULS TACHSor4ISrillult u lik InUiiioral Icnif CJT iuii be d iiko any STRONG IMITATIONS S4fld t aiiieu j ii all kIi lIo pf nt Rno pr par and upui IIr t tuu I IIj lOuI iutdrli at Half thc l nrlccc Mnlo II irai A lId i tiirv sirliM ll mil It Till tin will t 111 rt HT IIM ot KM V and KUillW VbIIlp C 0 0 ON APPROVAL AM t t a w 15 S Wi Ilb a Ofluj ataot t SP il rrbr makliir tie jirlce H 0 rr lIri It o- uaiI full cwslj vtlih ortfor rra to De Itaurnwl at our UXIMIUI If not satbfactorv onI h mm GYGLE 803 De taJILl O nGAGOJ iLL 700 OUR CLUBBING RATES Iii g RKPiMujfAX and Louisville Ileralti12-5I I RmtrnucAN iiiul Louisville Daily 1Ieriihl300 10djlTin ItKiiiiMCAN and Louis GloboDomoontt 175 KBiinuicAX and Jloinoand Farm 125 THK KBrumioVN and Lipponcotts and Cosmnplitan 325 TUB llBiUiuicAN and Tvicea Week Owonsboro Inquirer 175 IxKiMTiiiicAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 570- THKp IlKiiiiuicAv and TwiceaWcok Oboro Messenger 175 Ill E HBITIIMCAN and National Mnpixinu 150 lAddressallorderstoITHE I jII Panola I I PA The tonicmi dose before each mrM ulll lUll r jcni leel stting Mid well PANotA lint no wjunl for In llieHTUiii D spepsU V Cntllrrh 01 time Thmiot SIOIIIII Iiiitvds linn Ilrtnfll I 2 Li Grippe imil mntrr1 dfbllity Made by IlRTCliriRUJ PllAH I MACAL Co For KFIC liv J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky i S a I I Southern l Shortest and Fastest LinesI JI OI Lexington rc- tyl ani Louisville I 81 Louis unU Iflo West Two trains daily as follows I Leave Lexington 610 a m Lou isville 900 a m arrive at St Louis Pt 41 a 612 p m Carrying vestibuled I coaches and CafeObservation Par lor Car Meals a la carte through without cange Leave Lexington p m Lou isville 1015 p m arrive St I is 732 a m carrying free reclin ing chair cars and Pullman sleeper I through without change Reserve Sreeping Car berths at 111 Hast Main St Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Union Depots Iiy Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this fice cheapt f Nasal p CATARRHIn should be cletnllBets Ely Cream Balm toothe and bull the dlieued membrane fJ It caret catarrh drives away a cold In the head quickly lId and 1I11 fft i u you vcks il FiICTORY1Wil null llvJJw inrijuf UMful Jiijatlun i otlur tit tnfk nilr I St Heall JIl the Inc 4- J Lou cleutei Cream Balm It placed Into thi DOitrlll tprttqt I 1 over the membrane and ll absorbed Helled Im I Imdlateand a curt follow It 1 not drjlnedoti not produce sneezing Large Six SO oenti at Drug 1l dill or by mal 1 Trial Size 10 cent by mall U Warren Street New fork IBROTZIEItSI J2 EASY RIDING DURABLE SELF HEALING FULLY COVERED by PATENTS BEWARE OF uitJifs tri uau EXAMIMano1 will ciainliiiiilon THK THK Mntlern 530 at of u = == = = Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along tho line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct tine via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and Ira reclining chair cars Uomeaoeherm Excursions flrl and third Tuesday of ench month Descriptive literature maps pamphlets folders etc on application H C TOWNSEND Itai PJir 1D4 Tkt T LISts RTO MATTHEWS frttiUnu Ptnngi Jpzt tOBJimil af Nothing las ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For PrfcegfCH A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It fail Trial Bottlet fee I CUR t1EV YORK VffKLY LETTfA The Feather Boa the Craze of tho Hour Lillian Ruatells J2003 Gown Faih ionable Fabrics For Various Purpojst Covert Cloth a Leader In This Soa iont Contt By RENE DEVERAUX Tlmt tin i I iicciH of atagtln nil itro po tent lmitt irs In frwitliiit nnil liilltitiio 11mg IIw tlII1ut faBhlon lias lioen forci bly ilriiKiiiritiMtvtl wlililu thu lust few viikn liy tin revival nnil rustimcHon of tin i lfturuH iiu oaJrfli forttliLr loa Sliiit tlio opening nlKlit of liorimnl SlmwH new piny Man nnil Super man Iii which time fimaclimim hag Ami oxplullH the t1III rum of I hIM U I hiring uc ctHHory ovory woiimn In New York It would Hteni has iloturmlmil tlitit one of tinno triiiMim shall unoliflu her throat mid IlimmriJicr mulmn lieN At any mto there la mAv n rvrltnlilu cnizo for tlnwi lIiMhp1OteI4O much so In fact that tin nlwp4 nn well iilBli un able to Hiipply tin ilmimtul Ami In ilittl they iiro imevhtcIiI mig III IlwhH rlety of soft ihilnty colors brought out III all lengths from the short omits which merely lie at tilt throat to till loiiKtr ones which hang to limo skirt of tIll frock With her famous SJOOO gown creat I 11mg ilOlliCtil lug of a xeiiHrttion In Ntnr York this Kcanon he pnpulnr Illlliiii Unwell U wearing n light hint fiuitlior lion exactly limo teim I tig which Is n retch lug little feather iinff ihIem Mm nl Kret directly on top In theater hoxife ami fiiKliloimlilc rextanrants feather jboas fall from ntlrllOlt ilL shunMprn or gracefully ilrnpu tin liaclM oft lIn I Ill forcing nun to acknowleilgc their hid IiisiiIo charm So far every feature of fnxlilcm yet Introdllcetl emphiiKlsteH tin elTeiiilnnte I I I TilE WCHTMT CONCEIT IN KATIIEll 1JOA9 WITH MOM TO lATCH rather than the mannish Smart fab rlw In iltvKS materlal4 aru smooth faced soft itiul clinging UroadcloHis llghtwekht and supple grow In popu larity for carriage and street wear Sort French cashmeres III n variety of charming panto shades ore extensively tised for house gowns and blouses mimi old fashioned henrlettas nnd drop detes tire brought out In n dozen or more different tones of plum and vio let together with time other popular cob 019IOne of the smartest fabrics for proc tical wear Is n wide heavyweight mo hair perhaps time most serviceable dress fabric made Jhwe art woven In- REAb THIS Trenton Ky Jan 24 1905Dr- E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir Please find enclosed 100 for oncI bottle of your Texas Wonder I used one bottle for kidney and blad der trouble I want this bottlo for my wife It is a reat 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 testimonialj and photograph if you truly R A WILLIAMS Real Estate AgentA TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheuma tism 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 bottle is two months treatment and sel dom falls to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer PO box 629 office 2031 ofive Street St Louis Mo stripes Uoiks mint pliilds iniiliy of Ilioin laIns oxiut foplM of Irvncli nttil KngllHli suiting An IvccwllnKly ilur i tile inolintr IK thickly innlnl vlHito Its vii rum iii nnil wrvircnliilil 1III1I1Dr ricptlnii unit veii bug JMWHS vnlvot mill chiffon cloths lead wlwiv 1IaI101I1I pnvu iv iliMiivil n ml for los cxiuiulvo toilets vollon nnil vcJIiiK cro IM mwli worn in IVIM- IDI lililiinlnc clith KOWIIM IiiilniY dry inI binMs lire i lntioriU invi1 twl cli 1 mI tads IicliiK IlIijInt I upcrmsl iliroiiKliont Anioiic tlif Hinuit ct iihniicVnd clTcctn In piwn trii 1111lIIIeIIlpiuldid to lirhiR out the divlpn Ilie cent ci s of thiso llowtTs nn iiroiilorml In RUB Ironch UnotK their stoins litIeii broidery Ilk TnlTitii silk liaiulK iipoi vhlclt situ I immr diMfiis hnve licwi up f lM 1 IHO In wide nnd nil rrtl W vldlhs otl lug In iirettlor fur tibItt Ill iii g the brnhof ii lintidHonio cloth BOUII- On tin acnni IiI tty little tun cover f cloth costs nn everywhere In evidence some III shirt Jnckets ntlicrs In tlin him rttr IcncilH nnd itt II I otlur reach bug f1im it tri time bottom of the nklri A Kiniift inmlel thin MOHHOII Is nlinont u connieiimrl of n inanV xprliiK avertout This styli coat Is loot IwcU nnd front with turned down velvet collnr of tan nnd llnWied with a donhle row of tan horn buttons Covert cloth coats III loose empire ef fects nre n trl lie Immure dressy than t lie otis described above gold bullet hut tons ami fancy collars t ihim liming many oftlicsoOccnftkmnllf one ncea n smart blue coat fimteneil tiIii army buttons and fluMiotl with crimson cloth collar nnd cuff I Dont Use Big Words LxtIe York 1ir In promulgating esoteric cogita tions or articulating superficial sen timentalities and philosophical or psychological observation beware of platitudinous ponderosity Let your statements possess a clarified con ciseness compacted comprehensible ness coalescent consistency and a concentrated cogency Eschew all conglomerations of flatulent garrulity jejune babblement and asinine affectationsIn to impress upon others the great superiority of and why you and every one else smoke them it is necessary to use jawbreakers Let your extcmporanous discant ings and unpremeditated expatia tions have intelligibility and vera cious vivacity without rhodomontade scdulouslyImoid shun double entendres prurient jo cosity and pestiferous profanity ob scurent or apparent- In other words talk plainly nat urally sensible and truthfully say that is the best that has ever been offered And that settles it Cloarod for Action When the body is cleared for action by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health onhe cheeks the brightness of the eyetthe firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store 25 cents Pointers for Farmers Snow makes a good covering for the wheat fields but a poor one for harvesting implements Beware of barn which is adulter ated with rice hulls This mixture disagrees with any animals Now be careful Look ahead Dont swamp prices by dumping on the market all at once too much of this big harvest- Is the grass on your lawn thin and poor quality Scatter some fresh seed and a good dressing of wood ashes over it There are some things that it isnt really worth while to try For instance it is not worth trying to raise honest for profit Husking corn after the earth begins to freeze and thaw is one of the preventable things that makes the boy want to leave the farm C AST0EIIAS- ianthi Tile Kind You Haw Always Bwtf Snive Force of habit- I thought said the man to the ghost that the Jast time you came you said you woUld come no more dii thought it would be replied the ghost with a wail but 1 find that in life I contracted a habit that even death cannot break I was a prima donna and these are the ghosts of my farewell appearances OA 1CJRIBe- aretiteThiXind You Havi Always Bought Blgnattw Y4A1flof A I CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Beit Couth Syrup Tutes Good Utetn time Sold by druggists I i STRONG I bottl5ItI as M to ml AgainIs StovaiiofTilton Ga l said after Kodol Dyspepsia tk Cure Hundreds I weak women i being I I to perfect health this rem edy YOU may be well if you will Uki It h Indi2estloncausu the sick ness that women have It deprives the of ment and the organs peculiar to women suffer and diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes tho body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour belchingheartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat D1Ir tlnti seh LiLimor taking ofother are restored by nearly all system nourish delicate weaken become enables all risings 11tIHold bj Z WAYS JltlfFIN THE HEPuiiLiCAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner A Typical Macy Bargain a this New York K 1 4 96buys Guaranteed Fur LIned to be the best value of Its kind eVr offered Every coat sold with the understanding that If not entire ly satisfactory upon return money willI be refunded Last season the fur lined coat was quite the rage we anticipated that this fall and winter season would find the fur lined coat more popular than heretofore and therefore made arrangements whereby we could sell to our Mali Order patrons a fur lined coat at the unequaled price here quoted Wo have to offer 1000 as Illustrated The coat U a loose double breasted model made of black brown red and green good quality broadcloth saffples sent upon request Is 444 Inches long has a deep shawl collar of sable coney Is lined with gray and white squirrel full sleeves with turn back cuffs satin lined sizes 32 to 42 This style coat Is particularly well adapted for driving autolng and general wear The price we can guarantee only as long as the quantity we have on hand lasts as It will nqt be possible to duplicate the coats at the original purchase price There Is no need of wondering how such a splendid coat Is sold at HMlt Is simply Macya method that makes It possibleOrder at once and dont miss this bar gain R II MACY a CO NEW YORK The Largest Dru Goods vA Department Store In the United Stiles I w tesc CUlll berland1 TELEPHONEI Jnere8 nothing the mutter with my uuaineht I hit ve the Cumber land Telephone in my icaideiuu and hasincreaseder heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good xetvite rind gentlemanly competition it H PflTE Manr WlEl ID ln Oh1oCounty Circuit Court TPBIrkhead Judge IIcnO ninKo Attorney T II Black Jailer Eil O llarrnm Clerk Frank L FrlU Master CouJ miniloner Y I Moeley Trustee Jury mud Co I Keown Sheriff Iluitford DeiUtysheriscK- eown Clarence Keown Jo II Roberts hum town BVCoartionvenennrnt Monday In March end August und continues three wecknnncl third Monday In May and November two week County CourtJ J11111er Judge MS ling Rnd Clerk W II llnrnen Attorney Hartford SCourt convenes flrnt Monday In each month OlldRJIIICourt ClaimsConvenes first Monday In Jni unry Toeduy after second Monday In October HorYelorltralYoFrRnk School Superintendent Hartford lien U Davis Coroner Sulphur Springs OtLas Coiirtn- U F Iludion heaver Us m February 16 MB IS August 11 November 30 Ma1UJnoMUrahnra Narrows February 2811R1 2 August 50 November 13 T A Evans Fordovlllc Jnunary IB May 7 August 27 November C J A lUck llnford February 7 May 9 Aug ust 12 November 7 MeJl1Aall1ltO J Wllcox lIorkportfebraaJ 20 May B AnKUft 211 No ember 1- 4SZsLrtferaIcllc CoartJno II IVIlsbn Judge C E Smith City At torney H I Burnett Marshal Court con yeas second Monday In each mouth CeirvlceisiMSunday each month at 11 am and 7 p mand secon IrRrmPeUIIgneryWtdaudaynalng Baptist Churcb Servlres held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening ItT J n Burnett pastor- C P Church Services lIt Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 pm Her J D Hnr ned plltO School Trustees Hartford Jas P Miller J Glenn S T Stevens D lA Mocker J U 11 Car eon Jon C lucy AADdtroneyAC Taylor M L Heavrln T J Morton Councilmen Oct octttaA O U W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Uartford Lodge No 878 F A Masons flrs Monday night la each month Hartford Tent No W Knights of the Macca bees every Thursday night Hough lOwer LodACSo110 Inlghtollthlam- Htoenry Tuesday night Preston Morton tot No4 0 A R hold res olnr meetings Saturday heforeflrst Sunday In sarh month Promntlr obtained or no fee write forou- rCONFiDENTIAL LETTER before snoiviag for patent t it is worth money We obtain PATENTS THAT PAY and help Inventors to success Send model photoorsketch and ire send IMMEDIAT FREE REPOIT ON PATS Rtcltered os at 605507 7th St WASHINGTON DC OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe qffer exceptional inducements to someone who commands a horse andwagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our propositjon a moneymaker capable of development into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE Wheeler Wilson Mfg Co 72 and 74 Wabash Awe ChICAGO tti- wl t uu Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10 veI LAND SALE FOR TAXES i By virtue of taxes due me ns Sher iff of Ohio county Ky 1 will on Monday December 4th 1905 expose l to public sale at the Court House 4 door in Hartford Ky the following lands or so much thereof as may be necessary to produce the sums re quired viz VEDA NO 3 Acrn Tnx A Met Baird C T 53 12 85 Bartlett RD 100 4 10 Everling James 86 4 65 Harper J W 18 5 20 Hoover Louis 23 4 40 Hoover S C ISO 14 55 1 Johnson Mrs Annie 86 S 50 Jones H T 90 850 Neftcomb Mrs Mary 50 2 85 Sandefur SP 20 630 Ward Mrs Allice A 37 4 75 Ward Wm E 301 630 Reddish Robt 70 5 75 COLORED Gibson Adelphia 50 2 55 Tinsley James 25 3 30 Tinsley Wesley 40 3 55 SULPHUR SWINGS NO4 Allen Jerome 72 520 COXJT 280 960 Durbin E E 49 9 CO Fitzhugh James 200 14 00 Hines C C 50 5 20 King J B 118 10601 Kuykendoll R M 10 5 C- oKuykendoll Mrs M E 50 S 50 Lee G B SO C 20 NeighborsGeo Cadmr Ben Neighbors heirs 72 4 20 Stevens J Watt 54 11 40 Wright J H SO C 30 Wedding J T GO 630 COLORED Acton Jno W 60 4 65 Johnson Henry 41 440 BUKORD NO 23 Allen W L 40 6 30 Dawson L J 40 5 i5 Holbrook Mrs J D 134 11 20 Holbrook J D 71 1085 Patton Mrs Mollie 90 9 15 Pate Mrs Dollie 90 5 30 Smith Richard 3 3 55 Stewart J A 70 10 45 Taylor Mrs A C 186 7 50 Williams Clayton 9n 10 20 Williams Ed 97 7 40 I BARTLETTS NO 24 Brashear J F 23 170 Chapman Jessie L 80 5 20 Ford II Cast CO 805 Gray Mrs Texanna 100 5 85 Graves T J 75 4 65 Howard Geo W 50 5 20 Hoheimer Mrs Mary E 61 4 20 Hoover Mrs Emma 130 3 65 King DP 34 4 50 Nelson It L 100 4 95 I Philips Chas 44 8 30 Rhoads B C 125 S 50 Sharp Isaac 24 3 55 Sharp D L 50 6 30 Westerfield G D 50 9 45 Westerfield J W 50 11 45 Whittaker R C 97 6 30 Ward II S 166 7 40 Sharp Bud 50 5 30 Yates Temple 90 5 00 COLOREDI1 Smith D S IIEFLIN NO 25 Chism Sherman 50 5 75 Cavendon Frank 65 6 30 GoirJA 130 740 Hipdey Fred 175 8 80 Hoover J G 20 5 20 Hudson G G 50 4 65 Her Mrs Lula 9 3 10 Riggs Mrs Mary 61 5 85 Shaver Jacob 31 5 20 Turner L P 115 13 50 McCormick John 110 14 00 NON RESIDENTS LIST Baird Dr A B 8 2 55 Cecil C S 79 4 75 Duvall Harvey 52 4 20 Fuoua Jno S 65 5 60 Grubb J W 3 town lots 3 10 Humphry F W 31 3 10 Logsdon Wm J 50 5 30 Lauun CJ 58 5 30 Lynch W A Receiver of C Aultman Co 100 5 85 Lomiiiii D B 13J 5 85 Morrii V P 30 2 85 Morris C T and A F 110 18 80 Massie Mrs M A 100 7 50 Martin W J 50 4 75 Ragland J 11 Cannon land 9 40 Skillman OP 114 4 20 Stevens L W 1 2 55 Ward Dwid J 30 3 00 v ider G5 3 65 linMfgColOt Mfl fk 1 White Dunkerson Co 1 lot in Ceralvo 900 Yates Matilda 64J 640 COOL SPRINGS NO 7 Brown Jas Ed 190 2095 Brown Roy 210 1750 Brown C W 90 12 55 Hope B B 5 5 75 Peyton Robt 120 6 GO Sanders Lee 76 5 20 Vaught W N 100 710 EAST HARTFORD NO 1 Brown J F 100 740 Bennett L F SO 13 70 Chinn T H 65 10 50 Chinn Leslie 100 14 00 Carson J F 90J 8 G5 Davis W N ISO S 50 Felix Bernard SO 1415 Griffin W T 75 5 75 Gray J Z 50 430 Howard Bud 30 lli5 Howard Mrs Sara L 46 I 65 Jones A F 122 S 10 Johnson Dave 70 5 20 Laws R B 100 5 75 Lee TW 20 1201 May Van i9li301Matthews Heberl town lot Mattingly J i 12 town 10ts1 in Beaver Dam a 56 Rock Mrs Samantha 70 4 20 Shaver W L 50 7 40 SullengerGB 130 2515 Tweddell Mrs Louisa 1 town lot in Hartford Ii 00 VrightMrs Nancy 40 3 65 Waddle H SO 1100 Cooper David 150 850- Cook Jas M SO Ii 20 COLORED Boswell Wm 100 Ii 30 CarterJessl lot in Hayti 345 Carter ValinaII 2 55 Foreman Wesley IIaUO Griffin Tom 2 110 Hines Dan 1 lot in Hayti 355 Hunter Buel 3 55 Jackson Mariah 285 McIIenry Mary BII 255 Mosloy Geo 110 Moslcy DanII 110 Mosley Partheratl 2 30 Nall Geo W 2 140 Nail Amy 1 lot in Hayti ij 00 Parks WmII 165 Parks Crit 4 65 Phipps Jno 150 960 Tichenor Ed 1 lot in Hayti 410 TaylorAngeline 1 lot in Hayti 2 30- TaylorWm 1 lot in Hayti 345 Taylor Phanena 2 30 Walker Tom 2 lot in Hart ford G 85 WEST HARTFORD No2 Bean MB 2 lots 15 50 Brown R H 136 m 85 Ballard R H 37 710 Condict J H 15 6 85 Davis L B 145 1950 MclntireJ M 2 town lots in Ceralvo I 90 Mosley Y L 1 lot 7 00 Morrison C E 1 lot 8 00 Miller Luther 91J 925 Nowlin C P 1 lot 740 Schapmire W F 1 lot 9 G5 Potter Condict 29 42 70 COLORED Bacon Dee Agt for Joe Taylor 1 lot in Hayti 310 Barrett Robt P 410 Collins Jack 110 Eidson Geo w 5 20 Griffin wm 410 Griffin Riley 3 55 Gunn Amos 1 town lot in Hartford 5 75 Morton Jno 4 40 McIIenryJohn A 520 Nail Ed 1 lot in Hayti 355 Parks Tula 2 55 walker Anthony 5 20 RALPH NO 29 Baughn A C 25 410 Evans Felix 50 6 95 Greer S J 58 5 75 Hendrix J A 57 4 65 Ralph Stephen 50 8 50 Welch J W 10 220 wade J L 150 960 westerfield Mrs Florence 30 335 Westerfield C T 40 400 HERBERT NO 31 Bickett Sam M 100 8 55 Hawkins Mrs E P 250 1695 Jones C T 63 1320 May Albert 178 1715 Miller Daniel A 52 G 00 Skinner Amos T Sr 112 960 Sinnett M Caroline 63 5 50 Swope Bon S 84 810 Voiles Payton 53 415 welkerson G w 133 12 70 Hamilton M L 120 13 30 NARROWS NO 28 Beasley Sam I 58 1400 Brown Mrs Augusta 2 4 20 Coppage J F 35 8 7o Coppage R F 46 8 45 Condor J w 131 14 Or uncan F M 89 14 p isW Jus w 1 o 1 Foreman G B 16 G 25 Galloway Sallie 75 7 5o Harrison Leander 4o 4 65 Harrison Naomi 5o 5 3o lohnson w B fio fi 20 St Clair Ceo 69 Ii 10- Wcllett BJ j130 CKRAIVO Addington Morton Reid 1lot 4 oo Bishop II B and win 73 6 20 Bullock Chas 55 o oo Chancellor Mrs M E Io5 13 oo Chancellor J w 1 lot 15 45 Graves J Ben So lo 45 Igleheart warren 3o 4 4o Kimbley J 0 105 12 5o Kimbley C G Zoo li Sa Matthews Robt 35 195 CENTERTOWN NO 16 Allen F M agent for Sal lee 1 lot in Center town 1G 70 Ashby Wm B 50 acres of land 5 25 i51AshbyAshby M L 50 Ii 75 Barnett J L 2 a 55 Basket 0 B 1 lot in Center town 7 40 Bosket 0 B agent for Jno Bosket 13 acres of land 3 65 Fielden Jno 36 acres of land 165 IgleheartJ M 109 l 00 Jones Mrs Sarah SO 0 95 Miller D L 127 II 1340 Oglesby W B 40 II S 30 Howe A B 1 lot in Center town 9 05 Rowe W Mant 52 acres of land 6 S5 Render Mrs G A 122 acres of land 1C 30 Stogner J B 65 acres of land 15 40 Stogner J B agent for IIIStogner 50 acres of Tichenor R C SO 7 40 I Tichenor wm 50 G 50 Tooley Pete 17 655 Williams J A 63 9 30 SOTUII ROCKPORT NO 9- KirtleyEB I 75 G 30 Kirtley Ed L 75 630 Landrum It N Bro 60 6 40 RobinsonJ Ii agt for Mrs Robinson heirs GO 2 70 Robinson Chas 5 3 85 Robertson PR 320 bal 12 SO Robertson PA 2 4 45 I Shull wm D 15 8 50 I ShultzJR 95 14 lo SouthardJ Pagt for Reda Brown 41 3 lo Thorpe Robt 1 lot 5 75 wakeland Mrs Martha 1 lot 3 lo williams Henry 32 5 20 williams w James 140 lo 7o williams Evans 0 loo 11 5o warden S D 7o 7 40 widick Manual 3o 410 COLORED Short Jno waltrip 1 lot 685 SMALLHOUS NO Brown Claud 10 4 65 Bullock Joe M 3o 4 20 Balls Mrs Jennie 3 3 10 Ballon Felix agt for Ida Stearsman 45 4 20 Cleaver Ed gdn Evaves heirs 24 5 3o Ferguson Mrs S H 1 lot 3 4o Faught Mrs Margaret 55 4 20 Godsey Tom Bro 225 32 oo Howell w T 115 14 55 Lawrence Rev G H 40 9 90 Liter Adair 4oo 38 80 Neal Jno agt for Ben Neal 114 1895 withrow Jas T 110 8 5o EAST FORDSVILLE NO 18 Brooks Nat 15 4 05 Beatty J T Go 7 4o Carden C B 2 5 5o Dunn Jno R 5o acres and 1 town lot 8 oo Daniel Jas R 57 6 lo Harl H A 63 acres and 1 town lot 5 oo House Lafe 1 acre and 1 town lot 5 75 Head B J 73 acres and 1 town lot 8 50 Huff C L Io7 acres and 1 town lot 14 80 Huff M B 25 acres and 1 town lot 3 85 Lagrande G w 1 town lot 4 20 McCleary Robert J 4 lo MatthowsDr DM2 town lots 13 45 Midkiff Estill 10 3 55 Mercer Jas A 1 town lot 4 65 Marlow wilbur 35 63o Miles Mrs Josephine 101 11 9o Newton Jess 1 town lot 6 3o Smith N B 80 7 9s wooster J w 80 6 4o whitler C B 1 town lot 5 75 NORTH ROCKPORT No8 Brown Aledore 79 8 50 Brown Tessie 1 lot 4 oo faker Floyd 20 4 9s iiterLson J J 1 lot 7 oo I 1 Decker Allen S 350 Heck Mrs Nannie 1 lot 650 Howard Mark 1 lot 14 oo Reid Hayden Co Zoo acres and 4 lots 22 35 Tilford Emery 1 lot 1010 Tilford Mrs Ella 1 lot 12o williams M J J M 2 lots S Go williams Luther 211 25 williams Mrs M F 1 lot 3 25 Reed Renius 1 Jot 7 40 COLORED baker Jess 1 lot 4 So Curry Henry 1 lot 4 5o Morton mrs Amanda 1 lot G So Venible w II 1 lot 310 SOUTH ROCKPORT NO 9 benton mrs Alice 1 lot S So brown Mrs Mary E 14o 8 5o brown Eldridge Go 7 oo Brown James 1 lot 5 7s Coleman P S a58m 85 Davenport Leslie 85 1316 Engler Len S 13o 13 45 Fulkerson Mrs Mary luo Glo WEST FORDSVILLE NO 19 Barnett T J 9s- IiradfieldwT 975 Go 6Jo Eskridge Mrs Celia 4o- Greor 1 65 Mrs Mary 52 2 55 w J Huff by G S Huff 58 12o Lyons wm 2oo 1710 Stewart Jess ISi n 7o wade F M 77 S So Smith Cicero M 1 town lot 5 75 AKTNAVILLK No Jo nickett wm T 1 town lot 5 i5 lirown Henry 2 town lot 1 to Tanner wm c 55 03o Tanner Hobt A 2 town lots s 20 wade Mrs Martha 2 a li5 Miles Jo H 1 J 55 Boarmnn Jas 11 5 3o SIIRBVE NO 21 Asking Chas 1111 oo Armstrong E J 3o a 65 Cornier Leroy S1- Cordar 1115 Jas 5i- CordorM Ii 7ii P 4 a 55 Grant Mrs Sarah F Do 610 Robinson To B 25 3 io Sharp M F loo 9 So Stone H J 421 a 6ij Wells W E 2i- Wethorford 4 H5 Joshua 7o H ao Debruler May S o- MCHKNRY 310 NO 15 Brown R L 1 lot in McHenry 3 85 Butler J Elmore 20 110 Chinn Leslie 1SJ 9 o5 Faught Harlin 23 115 Francis Lewellen agt for Jno Francis 4 lots in Render 1190 Gaither Mrs E M 1 lot a 9o Gaddis Sam So acres and Hot 6 85 Gentry Mrs Cassander 185 119o Hunter Mrs E M P 2 lots 750 Hunter Mrs E M P gdn for Thos Hunter heirs 5o 1 75 Hoheimer W E 75 520 Hudson Chas H 115 1180 Ingram wm 1 lot in Render 4 G5 Jones Tom ajjt for Peter Miller 1 lot 3 65 Metcalf Jno H 1 lot 315 Pollock Wm 1 lotl 6 30 Penman Deno heirs 1 lot 8 65 Snell M G 50 j 3o Woodward Paul 1 lot in Beaver Dam 7 5o Pondexter title 5 235 CROMWELL No6 Faught T C 1 lot 4 65 Gentry J C 685 Lindsey E W 4 40 Miller JR 10 330 Sulser J M 50 G 05 Taylor C S 140 785 Fleener Nancy by C A Wil son 1 lot 420 Barrett Mrs Ignitus 230 COLORED Cooper Wood 1 lot 355 Plummer Elvira 2 55 HORSE BRANCH NO 11 Allen Silas S 50 465 Burden Jas W 60 335 Coy Jas 227 1010 Dehart Wm 1 315 Evans Sam T 70 410 Embry Robert 90 5 75 Eazell ChasS 50 355 Eazell Jas W 50 465 Leach B Van 5 345 Morris Joe H 100 5 20 Pharris wm M 100 630 Rains Dr Van B 200 10 80 Smith James w 50 465 Thomas N J 20 310 willloughly P Owen 20 3 45 OLATON NO 22 Byers S P 71 8 30 Cannon Mrs Ida 32 4 20 Gentry Ben 50 6 30 Keith w H 10 3 85 Martin EL 1 3 30 Martin J H 50 4 65 Peyton Jas 30 410 Ross R w 75 465 Stinson J 0 40 4 40 Shain S F127 1190- N 1 br qq lii r tIIL1w tw MI1 SATURDAY NovemberWas Farmers Pay in Hartfordl11o havo eonio to the conclusion from their numbers and onthusium ti that they aro up to something and hoping not to be lift entirely vo are preparing to eater to their wants COME nrFriends and look at tho lurgosl and most uptodatu stock of Top Coats Rain Coats Divu CoHH busi ness Coats and Work Coats over shown in this set + tion Trousers Hats Shoes Underwear loves and Ties Every essential for an elegant winter outfitWe have a fine suit for the Young Man I stylish and nobby WE HAVE lust what the school hldo I A durable neat Suit at priers that are IUIto appeal to your idea of economy HAVE YOU Observed hoe stylish Hats the I young Wren are wearing Wo lilted them so if you want to bo in the swim hurry up before tho best are 3 gone Wo handle tho latest in shapes and colors jf Underwear l Are you supplied if not lot us show you our line j of wrrranted goods Wo early a lino of fine Wool lnlell1whihwe warrant not to pull and still with water ion Cuffs and Ties Tho Most complete assortment we have ever I shown You will need something in this line Iii Sunday so drop in and wo will fix you I Shoes Our ShotS are models of corroctness viewed from any point Correct in Style correct in eomfcutt 3 correct in Price Como and look at your foot in a M pmI Watch this column and see our prices 8111 bargains and you will declare you have been Letter hessedoh less inonov than ever before Carson 6c CoINCORPORATED IIAIxTIiOIxL KY tIIArtf wing AN i 710 IUKNTIS NO 30 I Barnes J F 500 24 30 Bracken J J SO 8 15 Clements Robt 63 4 65 Chapman w F 17 Ii 20 Fergason Mrs M J 120 750 Hudnell L J 110 9 70 Lake D C 50 5 85 Neighbors J w 81 830 Neighbors G C 47 575 Wallace R H Oo 5 20 COLORED Shltz Jack- Tichenor 32 7 50 Harry 67 530 SELECT NO 10 Butler A F 150 740 Crowder H F 100 5 75 Daugherty H 0 20 3651 Daugherty T w 8 3451 Daugherty Jas w 30 410I Eaves Albert 5o 5 20 Hamilton Jas o 3 40 Havens Francis M Sr 8 3 20 Havens F M 2 325 Leach Richard L I lot in Rosine 7 40 Stringfield Wash 5o 4 lo Taylor Gurly12o 9 60 ROSINE NO 12 Alford L W so 3 8s Ashby H M 1 lot in Harton 4 6s Crowder A G so 6 4s Dabney J W 87 795 Duke W V loo 7 95 Duke 0 T 16o 9 85 Gray b F 112 575 Hoskins w VI 6o S 4S Leach D D 8o 4 80 Nelson Jno W So 410 Raley Mrs Isabel 105t 5 75 wright Thomas 50 555 willis 0 P 2 575 willis mrs Priscilla 52 310 wilson G w 41J 4 65 COLORED Taylor S m 80 9 60 Boswell Ed L loo 8 5o jO 15WilsonSISr11NNo G Cameron J GO Rao asst9arkJrsIIUllllolIHamilton lurlndu 27u Ia60Intfrtt5a03tldklgfnllaehel S5RoutRalphIniE 40 44tJ Shiirp Jme I f as s s0 410Strater0rldWallace W Cv 130 13HowlingI 710 S5IranMartlnAC 4a n38 Hhulti Win I a n- 0MtokwMrsIf1 town lot la Hearer jhl1Illlatnllarnnril It Jt32 131m UOIK lrAbIra 10 n10- Savna TJ12 reare 1 town lot In Heaver Pant III ut COIOIIKI IlowllDf J III tnwi lot fn Hearer JAm 4- C0aroeruw It 410 Sera SVe 1 town lot In Hearer Dam 748 terry Joe 1 afS Baker HOI 3 n al- CotemauNeleoallotlnllartford t3Chino Mrs MJ 1 aGS Cook Edward I ar5 Cooper Louts I town lot In Hearer lam 4115 lIol 1rMra MarlM1 2 3- 1IIorllavl town lot la Denver l am I 4- 0SprouleCelumbus2 1130 Sproult Aim 1 46S 41ThomasTooinaiAnder 1 015- VlckMrsAgR10I 370 wade Columbus 1 lot U Beaver Dam 370 WEST IIKAVKK lAM NO 14 Cooper FraakM 8 1310 Cooper EdJr o- oFulkerion 1770 Ira 1 town lot la Bearer Dam 1150 HobJjr Ill 7g- Hodeon 1120 MAI town lot In Dearer Dam 475 rushes J U 1 830 IlaRjr Mn Annll town lot In Hearer Dnm 840- kllllet S TM 11 W Mren 8 D MM 140 2085 Shear Hani 1 town lot la Hearer Dm 315 Cat PKcowHSO C I i r