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Yy1 I t attforb atp1tbli 4 Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year wVOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER IT 1905 No IS ON RECORD Pres Roosevelt Favors Pres w ervation of Niagara Falls Willingto Join Canada In Effort to Save Great Natural Wonder Washington Nov 11 President Roosevelt placed himself on record strongly today in favor of the pres ervation intact of the wciuers of Niagara Falls The occasion of his utterance was a call made on him e by J Horace McFarland of Harrisburg Pa president Clinton Rogers WoodrufTofPhiladelphiaSecretary and William B Howland of New 1 York Treasurer of the American Cicic association They called to urge the President to use his influ ence thought the combined action of the American and Canadian Gov ernment for the prevent the di version of their waters to commercial and industrial uses President Roosevelt told the dele Iigation that he reguardl it is a great national duty to do all that might be in his power to preserve Niagara Falls and that In his message to con gress he would reccommend action along that line with all this force of which he was capable He said he believed that Niagra Falls the Grand Canyon of Colorado the big trees of I California and the buffalos should be preserved for posterity Califor t1 nia he added had presented to the nation a grove of big trees and if the State of New York could not preserve Niagara Falls inviolate the national government should step in to keep them us they aro now for the American people as one of the great natural wonders of the world The President said that if he were 0 to make a public address before the convening of congresshe would take the opportunity to speak in favor of the preservation of Niagara Falls BEDA Nov 15Miss Ethel Bennett and Sam Ellis were the guests of Miss Alberta Greer Sunday afternoon- T F Wallace and family left to r day for Guston Meade Co where they will make their future home L M Bonnet accompained them S A Bennett went to Pleasant e A Ridge to day- i Mrs It L Ford Livermore is visiting friends and relatives at this placeMrs J W Bennett is very low at this writing Mrs T F Wallace and daughter Miss Mattie spent Monday night 1with Mrs Minerva Ward Kinder hookMiss Ethel Bennett returned to 1 Hartford this week Rev Williams filled his appointment at Mt Hermon Sunday and Sunday nightT Wallace and family spent Tuesday night with Mrs Wallaces parents Mr and Mrs S A Bennett Mrs Sallie Bennett who has been visiting her neice Mrs H H Davis Centertown returned home last weekR P Bennett and son Arnold went to Smallhous Saturday r Mrs Kirt Ambrose visited her t daughter Mrs Loney Sandefur No creek Friday Miss Clara Ellis Heflin was in our town Monday Mrs Azro Rowan Heflin is visiting her mother Mrs Nancy Foster this 4 weekJohn Dodson and wife are visiting Kirt Ambrose this week Dr B F Tichenor Pleasant Ridge was called to our town Monday to quitesi Mrs Laura Mckinney and son Cecil who have been visiting friends in Indiana returned home last week The new Presbyterian church at this place will be dedicated Sunday everybody invited dlhher on the groundstJohn Chapman pwensbpro wasto ii C y our town yesterday Mrs F B Bidwell Owensboro is expected up to day to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Bennett Uncle Lindsey Bennett is quiet sick at this writing Mrs Nancy Foster has a bone felon on her finger which is giving her much pain Mr and Mrs S S Baird Kinder hook visited their daughter Mrs J W Bennett Satuday afternoon Thomas Greer and daughter Miss Alberta returned from Owensboro last Friday Mr and Mrs B M Bennett and granddaughter little Miss Lora Dod son visited Mr and Mrs Rupert Bennett Beaver Dam Sunday Peop1eIand the Democrats who aided mefor the magnificent indorsement given me last Tuesday My vote was for beyond what I had anticipated and 1 accept it in a spirit of sincere and profound gratefulness Whatever of bitterness there may have been in the campaign is now forgotten I have never said an unkind word about my opponent I have the kindest feeling for him He is an able man and I am glad to have the honor of defeating him Those who opposed me did so from pure motives I trust and they need have no fears that they will ever find me revengeful I feel much indebted to the teach ers for the support the large num ber of them gave me and I wish to assure them that their help will beheld in enduring rememberance And lastly it is with a feeling of tendcrest emotions that I express my gratitude to the people of Shreve my home precinct that gave Parker 3 and me 50 majority My only hope is that I may always show myself worthy of the confidence be stowed on me JAMES M DEWEESE RENDER Nov 14Simon Stevens post master went to Louisville last Wed nesday to spend a few days Mrs R L Baker of Louisville ar rived here last Thursday to be the guest of J W Baker and faultily for a few days Ed Jones went to Central City last Friday Jno Sanders went to Ierbert last FridayJno Barrass and Hugh Roachof Taylor Mines were here last Friday Will James Beaver Dam was here last Saturday W H Minor Central City was here lust Saturday Mrs L Francis went to Powderly last Sunday Geo King Beaver Dam was here last Sunday Oda Raley and Jewel Anderson pent the day in Horton last Sun dayMcDowell Fair and D W Williams spent the day in Hartford last SundayMr Mrs R R Riley spent the afternoon here last Sunday Ed Mossbarger and SS Hoover Louisville were hero yesterday Roy Armendt Narrows was here yesterdayIMr and Mrs Herman Miller of South Carrollton were here yester day Byron Barnes Beaver Dam was here today A T Bishop of Ceralvo was here todayWill Moore went to Rosine to dayDear editor the correspondent wishes to congratulate the newly election officers has had such a victory on the 7th inst wishingthem much success in the next 4 years of their reign of offic- eStrayed or Stolen + One male pointer white wlth liver ears and few other liver colored spots has tip of tail cut off will answer to name of Dick 500 rep ward for the return of this dog E G BARRASS Hartford Ky + t9 rt1CfYwYa tw MAJORITIES Received By Republican Candidates November 7Offs- dal i Count The official tabulation of the vote by Commissioners Keown Simmer man and Taylor shows the following results t FOR REPRESENTATIVE 2518IF D Baughn Pro 164 Beards majority 58 FOR COUNTY JUDGE J P Miller Dem 2501 W D Taylor Rep 3204 J P Foster Pro 126 Taylors majority 703 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY W H Barnes Dem 2475 E M Woodward Rep 3237 Woodwards majority 762 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK Lon Smith Dem 2532 W S Tinsley Rep 3ls6 Tinsleys majority 624 FOR SHERIFF Tom Butler Dem 2617 R B Martin Rep 3115 L D Eidson Pro 125 Martins majority 498 FOR JAILER i T C Park Dem 2538 Oscar Midkiff Rep 3144- J P Cooper Pro 136 Midkiffs majority 606I FOR ASSESSOR Jas T Moore Dem 2530 S W Leach Rep 3144 J W Muffett Rro 140 Leachs majority 614 FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 0 M Shultz Dem 2528 J M Deweese Rep 3199 DeWeeses majority 671 FOR CORONER T J Stevens Dem 2530 Jerome Allen Rep 3094 Allens majority 564 F Westerfield Sr Pro 140 FOR SURVEYOR- A F Butler Dem 2528 Nat Moxley Rep 3135 Moxleys majority 607 AMENDENT TO CONSTITUTION In favor of Constitutional Amendment 1101 Against Constitutional Amend ment 1792 FOR MAGISTRATE Hartford District Harrison Austin Dem 525 Nicholas Barrass Rep 628I Barrass majority 103 Buford DistrictII Ben Taylor Dem 337 B S Chamberlain Rep 344 Chamberlains majority t 7 Sulphur Springs District W V Sproule Dem 204 W S Dean Rep 292 Deans majority 88 Fordsville District W D Royal Dem 474 W R Edge Rep 537 Edges majority 63 Centertown District- J B Maddox Dem 265c S H Render Rep 283 Renders majority 18 Rockport District John Render Dem 341 John Miles Rep 446 Miles majority 95 Cromwell District J H Morris Dem 279 W P Miller Rep 623 Millers majority 344 FOR CONSTABLE Hartford DistrictIJ B Jaylor Dem 525 J B DennisRen 623 Dennis majority 98 Buford District- C J Martin Dem no opposition Sulphur Springs District- H C Acton Dem 201 Walter Midkiff Rep 279 Midkiffs majority 78 Fordsville District N R Baize Dem 493 E Hedden Rep 489 Balz majority 4 Centertown District s OB Basket Dem 263 Harve Hill Rep 4 270 Hills majority 7 Rockport District Owen Ross Den 320 nf vsiBiJY J I Clark Rep 46 Clarks majority 14 Cromwell District R M Young Rep no opposition Death of Mrs Helen Miller Mrs Helen Miller widow of A B Miller by some unknown acciden caught fire and burned to death at the home of her step ndsonJudge- J P Miller Tuesday She was burned so badly when discovers that he could not explain the acci dent Sho was 92 years of age Her remains were interred at Mt Zion Wednesday after funeral ser vices conducted by Rev Coakley Notice to Teachers I have fixed December 5 to 9 1905 as the date for the Ohio county In stitute Dr A J Kinnaman of Danville lndwill be the conductor State Suptl Jas H Fuqua will be present on the evening of December 8 and present the diplomas to the common school graduates Every teacher in the county is required by law to attend the full session I want to urge each teacher having common school graduates to notify them of the date above and to ser that they are present JAMES M DEWEESE S C S SMALLHOUS- Nov 14Misses Eula Mae Adding ton and Debbie Taylor and Messrs Owen Hunter and Berry Taylor at tended quarterly meeting at Liberty Saturday andSunday Miss Ethel Hunter has returned from an extended visit to her sister Mrs James S Trunnell Utica Ky Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter and Miss Ida Addington were the guests of Mr and Mrs James Trunnell recentlyMisses Nettie and Gusta Giger are the guests of their sister Mrs Ches ter Lindley Matanzas Miss Oma Maddox went to Rock port returned via Ceralvo Saturday Prof M D Maddox Beaver Dam spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs M P Maddox Mr S T Hunter went to South Carrollton Sunday Messrs Ford and Grizzard Hart ford were at Smallhouse Friday Mr John Withrow is the guest of his sister Mrs Elizabeth Erving South Carrollton Ky Mr Herbert Ball and wife have moved to our midst on the farm of Mr Elijah Addington Mr Elijah Addington is building new dwelling =Mr James H Fulkerson who had his arm badly crushed while hawling saw logs recently is getting along nicely now Mr W H Burch who moved from our midst to Muhlenburg county recently was the guests of Mr John Withrow and family one night last weekMr Moxley and family of Nocreek were the guests of Mr and Mrs Charlie Overton Saturday and Sun dayThe cottoge prayer meeting will meet at the home of Mr and Mrs Caz Mason next Sunday at 3 p m Messrs Lena Fulkerson and S E Hunter went to the social at Mrs Nannie Kimbleys Saturday night Mr and Mrs James Drake spent the day with Miss Maggie Hunter last Sunday Miss Uva Faught spent Sunday with the family of her uncle Bob MathewsMrs Mathews is the guest of her son Mr Bob Mathews LAST OF TilE SEASON 150 Indianapolis and Return 150 via BIt Four Route Sunday November 19th Special train leaves 7th St Union Depot Louisville at8 oclock a m Returning train leaves Indianapolis Union depot at 7 oclock p m Get ticket at City Ticket Office 2594th Avenue and at depot- S J GATES Gen Agt I BLOWN TO PIECES IN MINE Gas Accidentally Ignited and Sev en Laborers Met an Aw fnl Death I Monongahela City Pa Nov 15 Undoubtedly killed and probably blown to pieces seven are lying in the depths of the new shaft of the Hraznell Coal Co of Bentleysville while another outside the mine is dead as a result of a gas explosion today The Brnznell Coal Co has been sinking the new shaft since lastsum mer Two weeks ago it was learned that a pocket of gas had formed in the bottom of the mine which Is 185 feet deep Orders were given for all the men to work with safety lamps and this had been done Three shifts of men were employed by contractor and General Sup erintendent Buzzo Late today Day Boss Farragut and his six men without thought of danger stepped into the cage and descended into the mine They were building a con crete water ring or ditch fifty feet down the shaft In order to catch the dripping water Aboutfive minutes after the men descended terrific explosion occurred which blew huge piece of timber out of the mine like skyrockets as high as 150 feet in the air MATANZAS Nov 15The farmers are very busy gathering corn during this pretty weather Mrs L Patterson is very ill at her home She had a stroke of paralysis ThursdayW who has been in the army for three years returned to his home here last Sunday- J P Tichenor who has been af flicted for several days with rheuma tism is some better Mrs L W Tichenor was the guest of Mrs H H Davis at Cen tertown last Monday Mrs W P Render whohas been visiting her daughter Mrs C E Smithat Hartford returned home a few days ago Editor C E Smith and wife of Hartford are visiting relatives here I this week Hollis Tichenor went to New Hope Saturday returning Sunday Rev L W Tichenor went to Hart ford Monday on business Chester Keown was in our midst Tuesday HERBERT Nov ItJohn Livingston of Whitesville is here this weekcutting saw logs Silas Bell of Whitesville was here Sunday evening Rev Robert Bruner of Owensboro failed to filled his regular appoint ment at this place Sunday and his pulpit was occupied by Rev Alec Whitinghill of Bardstown Ky Miss Maggie Chambers is ill with typhoid fever John Reardons is having his house painted this week Jim Whittinghill of Jonesboro Ark is visiting relatives here David Miller and daughter Miss Hallie visited relatives at Web erSundaySeveral from this neighborhood are attending the protractedJmeet ing at West Point Mrs Dr Barrett of Deanfield visited at this place Saturday I Messrs E W Lyons J H Mill gan J B Chambers S J Haynes and Homer Milligan hadJJ Telephone I boxes put in last week Wanted I 40 Pick Miners at McHenry Mines I McHenry Ky MCHENRY COAL COMPANY By R T WEDDING ROXEY tfI Nov 14The farmers are busy gathering their corn I Mrs L A Sandefur and family visited her pyrents and relatives Noka Sunday and Sunday night J H Davis went to Beaves Dam SaturdayL went to Hartford a r HOPE FOR ISICK A VICTIM OF LA GRIPPE Mrs Henrietta A B Marsh 769 W 16th St Los Angeles Cal President Womans Benevolent ABBU writes I tattered with la grippe for seven weeks end nothing I could do or take helped me until 1 tried Peruna I felt at once that I had at lad secured the right medicine and I kept steadily Improving Within three weeks 1 was fully restored and I am glad that I gave that truly great remedy a trial I will never be without It again In a letter dated August 31 190 Mrs Marsh says I have never yet heard the efficacy of Peruna questioned Wo etlll use IL I traveled through Ken tucky and Tennessee threo years ago where I found Peruna doing its good work Much of it Is being wed here also Henrietta A 8 Marsh Address Dr Hartman President of The IIartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio Saturday John Raley Manda visited his aunt Mrs Katie Davis Monday nghtMisses Blanch and Henrye Trout Cromwell visited at L A Sandefurs Monday nightIThe Singing given by Lee Stevans Monday night in honor of Misses Blanche and Henrye Trout was large ly attendedMr Taylor is building a large Stock harn Henry Leachs new residence is near completion and it is a beauty Sep Williams has made an addition to his store house The Farmers met at Excelsior school house and after a good speech by M F Sharp county organi zer they organized a union of 21 members officers as follows James McSherry Pesident Harras Taylor Secretary and L H Sandefur Chaplin The union will meet at Hickory school house next Friday night and Sharp will address the farmers at that time all are cordialy in vited Ayers Give nature three helps and nearly case of con sumption will recover Fresh air most important of all CherryPectoral Nourishing food comes next a medicine to control 1Then and heal the lungs any good doctor I ant used Arefi Cherry PctoralU Tean- tire I haventerrible cue i or IYIU dlh uei cured br It In never without It ALBIUT U UAMILTOX Mirletu Ohio t5 r100 All drnrvbttfor IILnIII Consumption I Health demands dally action of the Dowels Aid nature wit Ayer p11 rHi tod1 t Iiy- r u YI A m VJ ofw tdrj- c40 r t ill 1 c tI rl 1M a t- A4 n r ytt re h St 0 lio 4 11 r ra r ii it I C y fit t iNESa 4 t I t t 1 We offer you 5 Shares of Stock FREE fort Jo every 20 Shares you sellat 50 cents per share in tobig Gold and Silver propertY AVERAGE VALUEt150 per ton Gold 120 per ton Silverf re Address TIP TOP HEATH MINING MILLING COa PRESCOTT ARIZONA SOME HUMAN FREAKS Cases of Extraordinary Individu als Who Mistily Sci entists Itotrnlt Im Irri A very trange lady is Miss Eva tina Tudo who wits horn on the ithnd ofTriniiwd some 30 penn aJrO- jom1 childhood she has never expert r ed the sense of touch and medi ti men are of opinion that there i no connection between the sensory and motor nerves in hor body uud is therefore utterly devoid of ihysicttl feeling Doctors have hi test needles in her limbs and un 11 her nails applied ralhot irons to ie soles of hor feet and cut her tit sh with a jagged knife yot all she i3 she could feel was a slight jar Mis Tardo can control the beating f her heart stopping it at will an dbthen permitting it to beat She is prof nirainst poison and disI iise and typhoid germs have not the slightest effect upon her Altogether she is a veritable wonder A young lady of Narebone posses ses the strange gift of being able to see with the naked eye as if with X rays Her wonderful achievement has created a furore in scientific circles and she has been found very useful by surgeons in diagnosing fractures and examining the interiors of patients bodies Dr Ferroul of Narbonne and Dr Grasset of Montpelier who have xeamined her declare that she can see through opaque bodies as clearly and penetra tingly as if her eyes generated Roen tgen rays In a farmhouse near the Delaware River in Hunterson County New Jersey resides a family of chronic laughers The parents and their children have an affection of the muscles of the mouth and throat that compels them to give vent to apparent merriment at frequent in tervals during the day The malady first appuared in the father While ststteu at the dinner table one day h without any appearent caus- erhtoh ucllit flnu4terant 1 UliiiH several hours Doctors were consulted but they were forced to admit that the malady bullied theta completely Some weeks later Susie the youn get child burst into a similar fit during one of her fathers attacks From that time onward she laughed without cessation for fur or five hours at a stretch One by one the remaining member of the family fell victims to the strange complaint Charles the eldest son had his first attack while proposing for the hand I of a girl at Wilkesbarre The maid i an accepted him nevertheless ands her children were taken with regular attacks at the same hours as their father The entire family including the grandchildren have laughed incesi sandy for yeas and this has had a a strange effect on their voice Both men and women talk in the same tone resembling the voice of an alto singer A wellknown publican of St Louis a living chalk man His whole dy has become thoroughly impreg Hated with chalk as the result of bad attacks of gout His fingers have turned to chalk and when he was visited by delegates of a surgi cal society he actually wrote his i name on a slate with one of his littleI fingers Merman Harms of St Charles in the State of Minnesota has been asleep for over a decade He fell asleep after supper one evening and since then he hasscarccly everawak en of his own accord When he began his remarkable period of rest turned the scale at 182 pounds bu within three years all fiesh vanished and he is now a living skeleton weighing only S4 pounds INotTo Blame i Some of the eggs you sent mejsaid the housekeeper were I Well maam replied the that aint my fault I aint dealerI So Sudden Did she look surprised when you proposed I dont know I couldnt see her face Why how was that She had both arms about my neck before I had finished HARGIS GIVES UP Dethroned Political Boss of Breathitt Takes to his Red Election DayI Lexington Ky Nov l1Judge- J J C Hack of Jackson council for Judge James Hargis the de throned political boas of Breathitt county who has been here since the election stated today that he would advise against a contest in Breathitt county as he believed the election j had been fairly won by Fusionist and that it would be so decided by an court Judge Back said he had received woi I that Hargis was confined to his i hone and had not been seen on the I streets of Jackson since the after noon of the election Judge Back came to Lexington on the afternoon train the day of the election in order to be away and out of sight of any trouble which might possible break loose that night He said the town of Jackson was as in a turmoil and he looked for trouble but now that the election had passed without any serious outbreak he would return to his business in Bloody Breathitt It is understood here that Hargis will make no contes- tI H Creeping Death Blood poison creeps up toward the heart causing death J E Stearns Bell Plaine Minn writes that a handt 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 A Merchants Experience A merchant who had two stores in two small towns tried an experi ment He put a bargain counter in- I eachstore containing the same articles at the same prices In the newspaper of one village he adver tised the special sale counters In the paper of the other he did not In one month in the village where he did not advertise he sold 984 ortl of goods In the store where i tl he lid advertise he sold thtU11n guuds amounting to 1724 In com meriting on the result of the sepsis ment the merchant says IVoplf who got the jmper with the adver tisement would paRS by one store and drive for miles to the other one for what they dull have gotten at theirIwas there To Consumptives The undersigned having been re stored to health by simple means af ter suffering fur several Yt ars wills a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anx fullotythose who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will finda sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes all suflerers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please oldies Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York 32yr JIM HO WARDS CASE Argued in the Supreme Court and Submitted for- Judgment Washington NovlOThe United States supreme court today argument in the case of Jam heardI Howard three times covicted murder of William Goebel arI gument was on the motion of HowI ard to have his case transferred from the state to the federal court on the ground that he has been denied a fair trial on account of his politics Howard was represented by William M Smith formerly district attorney of Kentucky and the commonwealth was represented by Attorney General N B Hays The case was taken under advisement A Stretch of Imagination fall Mall OaietUJ How large is the sea Thjs is a bold big question and any possible I IHALiS swa- nswer u involves a considerable stretch of the imagination lien is a startling Illustration of its vast volume If the water of the sea could be gathered into a round column reach ing the 03oooooo miles which separate us from the sun the diameter of this column would be nearly two miles and a hnlf It is perhaiw even 111O1 difficult to realize that this mighty mass of waters could be dissipated in a few moments if the column wo have imagined could become ice and if the entire heat of the sun could be concentrated upon it All would be melted in one second of time and converted into steam in eight second CAsxoaraBear the- Blgnitnrt ilia Kind You Have Atayjtaslv IAn rJ Intellf entSpiderIA superstitious subscriber who found a spider in his paper wants to know if it is a bad omen Nothing I of the kind The spider wa merely looking over the paper to see who i was not advertising so it couldspin i its web across the door and thus be free trom disturbance Wild Geese Board Steamer Wild geese have been more plenti j ful this fall hereabouts than for LeaderInnumerable many years past says the Maysville I flocks have passed up and down the Ohio river the past j week and it was a poor shot indeed that failed to bring down more than i two birds at one fire A singular and funny accident occurred to the Lizzie Bay on her up trip the other night It happened that just at the mo ment the electric head light was turn cd on a large flock of geese was lightblindedinto the opening of the forward cab in of the boat They pelted the steamer like a dist t SICILIANflair IItonww +wwrv wwr wrcrwrw- wW5ooo TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED Annirillv b tint n Iun6nr Mrntnl lij- lliillriinl Iiinl Inugnnn W r want VOUNC MEN nl LADIES fK4iibIt LEARN TELEGRAPHY Ar at ss jLCcoa 2rss a- Wilurntali r iirritit t for atwetw4s- tall AKUI IN Aiu11 Oar Mi Krhmil tblnrgrt iri Hlrllllv TrkRTHIvIl SrktMldl III tlm titnrnandrdutrlllrellIrndtag We pxnule n urn Hand to 1rwr lilJtnt tu tanlUhlmirlw n ixmltlon pnylmi from fhr 1 lhekylloumshills illstudentstlniin Iur fullnrttrulnrn riKiinllnpc nay of our srlmnh write illrwt In our iiiiiitlvi 11Bm- nIhuUmntiI 5itnlugurfdw The Morse School of TclcLrathv Cincinnati Ohio Atlanta Ca- TnxarkanaTox LnCrossu Buffalo NhYSan I t charge from a Gatling gun and when the fusillade was over more than fifty stunned geese wore gathered from the floor The passengers were aroused from their sleep terrorstricken thinking some dire calamity had befallen f them ill The culinary department was re plenished with enough wild game to1t i supply the table for several days x 11 iJ Sounds PlausableIdAn ingenious man recommend ed a new remeby to thin people who Jwish to get fat He advises them r to fall off the roof of the Flatiron i Iwilli a tion by Dr Kings New Life Pills f you can tell it by the bloom of health on the cheeks the brightness of the eye the firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store 25 cents I u MONSTER CATFISH As Bd as Young Whales Yielded 1000 Worth of bergris AmI tlIIllr IMh1 IriIUtah3 tiGottlieb OBrien of llentonne timade a big strike this week because knowledge of natural history which he learned in the graded school in his village In the process of excavating a county ditch through that part of the county a large slough not far from Mystic River was drained out r almost entirely so much so that a t number of verv large catfish which had lived for many years in thecenter of the lake were almost uncovered in the shallow water and an easy prey to any one that wanted them But when a few of them ware taken out they were seen to be thin scrawny and unhealthy looking so that no one cared to take thcmaway I now there is no other fish in fresh water that looks so much like a whale as catfish do and it struck young OBrien that rules snit regu lations applying tosick whales might also apply too sick catfish and the land if he could have the fish The owner was glad to ge rid of them and told OBrien he could have them and welcome if he would tako them away before they died and spoiledThe boy waded out into the mud and mire and captured the fish which wore of great size many as much as CO pounds in weight an- a carrying them oh to a secluded spot he cut them up and found as he had hoped that nearly everyone of them was lilted out as sick whales often are with a goodly amount of that valuable article ambergris which is sometimes found Hoating on the surface of the ocean The boy found in the fish 10 pounds of ambergris and sold it to a chemist for 10 a pound or a total of 1GOO p which wvas more than the tract of land where the swamp lay was worth altogether The man whogavo t 0 Brian the fish WWI inclined to snake trouble about the matter but hit lawyers told him he had no ease whatever amt he dropped it- Tirrfio nco With Donth Death was fast appronthing writes Itnlph F Fcrnnnde of Tam pa rla describing his fearful race with death as a rellultof live trouble and huart disease which had robbed me of sleep and of nil inter eat in life I hud tried many different door und several medicines but got no benefit until I began t use EKctrk Kitten So wullderf- was their effect that in three days I i felt like a new man and today I uin cured of all my troubles UloAJ1I UfJ at Z Wayne Grimm Bro drug t inj pricerrr- The J Boy and tftt Cirtttt- r iiii ti TiM fcxperinfent in legislation lookin to the leguhUton of the scale of cia arette are always interesting btwill iwrhopSi never be effectk AUut the only wryto make the ut ut cigaretUr lcommon among buy is to make the Imys untijr tnnii tnt smoking is Instructive of mm cite and nerves anti injur ous to heart and lung along us n boy Is whaled soundly for smoking and as long tf he given to utidorstnml that amokin is wicked he will smoke and the d velopment ot a fife ability to nvoi- ithe truth will be ont of the bipro ducts of the the Habit If he be taught that by snicikinfr when he oPPtHtunit1to ter or a jumper and that he cannot I expect to pull an oar in et varsity I boat race if he enters college a con firmed devote of the dope stick there would be a chance that he might not smoke It would do little good to talk to him about the mental effect of smoking The average boy has little respect for learning at the age at which he is likely to form the cigarette habit he has no little respect for the amateur and the professional athelete both of whom stand or fall as they abstain from dissipation or indulge I in itIf a boy is raised in a tobacco flatI orated atmosphere and told that he must never smoke the natural result will be thut he will disregard instructions The old man can I A Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know It How To Find Out Fill a bottlo or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a It sediment or setting Indicates an I unhealthy condi of the kid If It stains your linen It Is evidence of kid frequent ney desire tooIpass It or the back Is convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability passinItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need k medicine you should have the but Sold by druggists to andl sizes You may have a sample bottlo of this wonderful discovery and a book that tells more about both sent absolutely free by mall lion neys SOc Address Dr Kilmer n a of twmaHu Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any i litake but remember the name Swamp Foo6 Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Blnghamlon NY on every bottle hardly expect to work upon the boyS feelirg by precept when he is too weak to get him an example But if the boy should be told that to make a creditable showing in boy hood a young manhood he must pipedcomparatively harmless companion for him when he is too old for athletic and does not mind the shrinking of his biceps and the calves of his legs since there will be no occasion for these evidences of manlines to bee I displayed to the admiring multitudes on lieldday hispride might be ap pealed to sufficiently to cause him to despise the cigarette smoker Neither State lelegislation nor parental bullying will ever do much good DIED IN CORN CRIB Found bv Little Grandson Who Tells Family Grandfather is Asleep in Crib Josh Mngnn of MagRti oneof the most highly raspoeted eithtena of heartrdisease at 4 oclock Thursday in a corn crib Mr Mngan had left thti Rtore only a few minutes before hk atyingthathewwtegoingtoferxll was ute afterwards by hu little grand son who reported that he was asleep athe crib but his son went at ono Ui the crib to find the body Cold The deceased wa title of the moet valuable cltizeue of that sctioa indIt ok considerable bttereptIn po ilxtyflvga Iejreara91 age av rs a e four chiWren IjV d y l7inltnliL Sometimes a flaming city U lethy dynamiting a space that the fir ant cross Sometimes a cough hagii ou + o lon r yU feel as If noth fng nut dynamite would cure it Z 11 Gray of Culhoun Ga writes My wife hail a very aggravated hkepthPrawakenightshg Discoveryd herJly scientific care for bronchitis and La Grippe At Z Wayne Griffin BIO drug store price Oc and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free Signs of a Hara Winter The fur is thick on the raccoons back The corn shucks are thick on the ear The hornets nest are built low on the limb The goose bone is cloudy The editors money is thin So a hard winter is a sure thing ready for it iGet CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 61gnaturo of trouble PROMINENT MAN Alonzo Hackett Died at Livermor the 9th at Age of 61 Years Livermore Ky Nov 10Mr Ru fus Alonzo Hackett one of the most prominentcitizens of this place died- at his home Tuesday morning a 5 oclock of a complication of dis eases He has been in poor health for the past year but had been con fined to his room only eight days He is survived by his wife and nine childrenMr enlisted under Capt John W Belt at Livermore Ky a October 14 1861 in company A Twentysixth Kentucky Infantry and served through the war being honorably discharged at Camp Chase Ohio June 13 1865 He was born at Bon Harber nea Owensboro Ky May 16 1844 was the oldest son of the late Solomon and Elizabeth Hackett His parents moved to this place when he was quite small and he has lived here since that time He was married to Miss Martha Lewis of this place June 14 18G9 Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh tha cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Ca Toledo OhioWe the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable i all business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obliga tions made by his firm Walding Kinrian Marvin Wholesale Drug gist Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood I and mucous surfaces ef the system Testimonials sent free prices 75c1 per bottle Sold by all Druggists I Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Bluest Pile of Sawdust Probably the largest sawdust pile in the world is the oneatCheboygan Mich This is the product of on mill The mill being run by water power had no way of disposing of its sawdust The company was not per mitted to dump it into the river an for n few years an attempt w made to burn it There was so much smoke that the village pinned an ordinance prohib iting that form of destruction As a coiiMquence it was simply hauled 1 I Every I I fTwo Minutes Physicians tell us tall I the blood iii n ij human body passes through J fw heart once in every two minutes If this action be comes irregular the whole ody suffers Poor health ScottseEmulsion makes the blood pure One reason why SCOTTS EMULSION is such a great aid is because ic passes so quickly into th blood It is partly di ted before it enters the sroniach a double advan ttGc iii this Less work for the stomach quicker and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount cf good with the least pos sible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even before I you itWe will lend you a umple free Beure that this picture In the form of a lajxl It on the wrapper ofevery bottle of Emubion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemiiu 409 Pearl St NY occntlind sroo All droii a Par car is out into a vacant field a ddring the thirty years of its growth has I cquired monstrous proportions It is a hill1o8o feet long 875 feet wide and ranges from twenty to thirty feet in height The hill covers some twelve acres It is almost entirely white and Nor way pine sawdust because this mill did not cut hemlock except for the last two or three years before it WaS undoubttbut it is well preserved and bright when it is dug into The top and sides having crusted over form a protection for the saw dust under neath In its present state it con tains rather too much moisture to admit of being used for fuel without treatment by some process of drying A number of chemists have exam ined it with a view to extracting the chemicals which it contains but as yet nothing has been done in this di rection There is no question that- r it has a considerable chemical value and probably the time will come when someone will finda way of working it up profitably 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscrib ers to the Weekly Courier Journalt The Weekly CourierJournal Hen ry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous proposenaway pres ents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 30 and 20 andsixteenpres ent 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 rierJournal giving full details It will be sent free tf They Stay at Home Now Philae spent among the Berkshire hills of a woo mans Bible society in that region that formely had an attendance at buttoto driving on the public roads caused by automobiles the attendance has fallen off to about forty and the societys usefulness will be seriously impnried We are inclined to believe that tins striking fact in relation to this womanssoeiety fairly indicates the way the women of the whole United States have been driven off the public roads and compelled to retrain at home when they would go abroad So if it be true that the gasoline road engine has really come to stay in itsjrcscnt objec tionable form that the female mem Iran oflAmerican fat m lionaehold must in the future in a great mea nt re stay at home Wo can not look with complacence nor contentment oil such H ctrditum of things as this hence our constant reference to the subject in these columns r1 A S To C7 fI0Deauteo IM Kind Yw flat Ahwji Besltt elL I tVBigaatareThe Witch HazeiSlml gun Do you know that the witch hazel shouts its seeds 10 or 15 feet If you want a brondntw eemaction bring home semebranches of witch hazel having both lowers and unopened seed pods on them and put them in vases of water+ The pods burst at the most unexpected times waking you in the night and peppering you with their hard shiny black seeds Branches that are to be used for a party must be selected with care to be sure of having perfectly fresh flowers and seed pods that have not opened If it is possible to do so cut them the same day they are needed If they must be cut the day before they are needed put them in a cold place in water and wrap a domp cloth around the branches in order to prevent the flowers from withering and to keep the seeds from being expelled too soon There will be great excitement when the seed pods open with a snap and theseeds come pattering down It is well to reherse this performances for natural objects often refuses to show off when you want them to I Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought and which has beca In usp for oor 30 years has homo tho signature of and Las been under his per sonalsupervision since infancy Allow no to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Oatorlals a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pore gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears the Signature of The Kind You gave Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CCNTAUH OOMMMT TT MuaIWYTaet HIM YORK CITY Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age Why Because It cures completely nnd at once It relieve the pangs ot a living death- Allceeenof Plies can be cured byasurgical operation but you woutl rather have Piles cured without the knife IIARItlS IOSlTlVi Ill K CfllK will 10 It Made only by UM t Co Inc For sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky s iONti AM1ABlibK DO YOU WANTII A Position that will pay you from 500 to 5000 a year J I That is what our graduates arc dcnmnd ing tor their +vorlc CCe give the kind of fI training that counts from tho start II SalaryBy l3O1i at 1JUS1 N ESS U N VEKSITY Term begins SepU Ith UritH tn todnyJddl siOwensbor Eissines i OwQEiaboro KentucJiy tTrJ WW rt 1 A GOOD EYE A STEADY IIAttD AND A- InI ireUMSlovens RlflOi Pistol or Shotgun 1 t ry hte J lyger DJ twmrd to I e d r IuWy J e6 Ad1ca drst sod IDh onatr Wi If you can act ol un Lem m si ip oprctt fciiij upun r ejjf site I hiIIJJ STEVENS ARMS 6 TOOL CO I1 o nvaa ciucorna FALLS HASiusA Subscribe for THE QAKTKUKD UKIMJHIJ CAN illO JXT year in advance made its one of LtltcbOrld rharmncnl uaarMawMrNreMrrM u Low One V y- Coionijet RateJ Vln Big Four saute To CALIFORM1 WASrHNt1 uEV OficGON iI Aii0 MONTANA UTAH pad ititcrrriccUnto territory TIcUctM oft Wulo Mcli I to May IS i For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned WAKIIKX J IYSTll n I A 1- UllclllnllUOkb A 8 J OATKS IciiVral Agent louliivillp Ky t++s + +jo +++++++4F f++rirt ++t+4i+H rC t a+I FEMACIJRAUn- oy i dlrlurF mnWn HIV un ll tnnrkpt lint the only one that iriiVHi til hu iiinwniniH HOI iiMltlv iiiniir all form Hf hViiinl MIIII Aohettrt + Miiiiivliii + Ibets xkrinliMl t ll IIt i ilv t r o rtn iirlv ty the LIUTfllflF Tuhlloi + Inv FnrMilclijr J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ii v+r+++ + tttitrirt+++t+ ++ +f+++ ++ 4 e rr- t w I r Hartford Republican UfuolUytho llnrtfonl liilill WnRoin nnjri IMOKPORAVKII 43 K IIrIlIrEtr 3oE- Jcumcrlon5zrSottCh rr Q1 I FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17 P Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us II HOOLIGAN is now happy HKsall right Whos all right Uncle More PERSONALITY played a prominent part in elections all over the countr on the 7th TIlE bird season pencil Wednes day and the newspapers will give accounts of the killed and wounded hunters from day to day1 RUSSIA is keeping well before th public even since the war He people seems to be ambitious to be the most read about and talked about people on the globe TilE way the Republican county officials elect s bred ahead at their respective homes in the recent elec tion chearly demonstrates the per sonal popularity of the ticket- S A MOVEMENT is foot at Owens bore to bridge the Ohio river Ef forts are being made to organize company with a capital stock o 600000 to carry out the project JIM HAKGIS t s defeated for Judge of Breathitt coanty by a ma jority of 600 This shows that less than half of the voting population of Breathitt should be in the peni tentiary u TilE election is over now for the Madisonville Hartford and Eastern railroad We are for the road and for the men who have given their time and money to promote the great enterprise TilE American residents on the Islef Pines have declared their in dependence of Cuba and asked ad mittance as United States territory Their action has brought about an embarrassing condition of affairs Just what will happen is hard to foresee n 1nYTHEUE is no question about the proposed new railroad Condemnation proceedings have been begun in the Ohio County Court to condemn land for the right of way Several suits have already been filed The doubtful dream of almost a century of the citizens of Hartford is about to be realized Let us all rejoice and be exceeding glad PERSONNEL THEFISCAL COURT No mistakes were made by the voters of Ohio county in the selection t of the new Fiscal Court Collective l ly the new Magistrates are dean honorable and upright each a credit to the community from which he comes0 k Will Edge is a conscientious chris tian whom no IItlg be worthy of the confidence of all sc the people seWes Miller of Horse Branch ra who represents the Cromwell dis ja trictthe Gibralter of Republicanism cii won his nomination over several us good men and therefore has the ln confidence of his home people He foris honest and his work will be a credit of to his district and the jjc John Miles may not countyI d he conies from any way is a farmer and a miner and is i tjrjtherefore in vital tauch with the two tire greatest interests of the county He jhas led a commendable life and their I shown him will be appreciated 1el and reciprocated laug Herbert Render of near Center djjdtown is a son of Esq W P Render TOU3He comes from one of the best fami thates in the county He is a farmer append young man of honor and inte tcrvErety not a safer man could have frstbeen formed in his district for his stHt lace His district has been honor li tpd in honoring him I hTt Ben Chamberlain of 1 plain honest son of toil havingj u pent leis entire life on the farmirfjo man has more friends and fewer k e I enemies among his acquaintances His rugged honesty and sound judg ment will unite in making him an ideal Magistrate His victory over his Democratic opponent in a strong Democratic District was marvelous and it testifies the high esteem in which he was held bv those wh know him Will Dean of Dundee is a strong positive quantity there is noth ing negative about him He is slow to reach conclusions but when his mind is made up he acts with the iIi resitableness of a battering ram He will be a careful deliberate impartial justice His is a strong personality and he is sure to reflect the highest credit on the high posi tion which he holds Nicholas Barrass whose name is inseparably linked with tile history of justiceyFor a quarter of a century his name has been a synonym of Republicanism in Ohio county He could have had any nomination for the asking a the hands of his party at any time yet he has stedfastly declined all party preferment or political honors sacrifisitigsliirirt s party for Magistrate He carried his district over an exceellent man by 103 votes and it had never gone Republican before This was aft unselfish tribute to his genuine man hood He isa man who can be frilly trusted and his district will be hon ored as it has never been before Uncle Nichol we Relieve in youwe trustyou and we love you J111 D SULPHUR SPRINGS thifs filled his regular appointment at Salem Sunday Almond Dukeof Sunnydale neighborhood spent Saturday night with Cecil Thompson Misses Minnie and Maggie Wed ding and Efiie Coppage were the guests of Miss Cliffa Acton Saturday night Miss Mamye Jones Fordsville is visiting her sister Mrs C L Huff this week Robert Lee went to Owensboro Saturday to see his sister Mrs Lafe WellerAunt Nancy Wedding visited her daughter Mrs Amanda Foreman near Narrows Saturday and Sun dayC L Huff and family went Fordsville Friday to visit friends an relatives and returned homo Sun day Komney Acton was in Narrows Monday on business One of the nicest affairs of the season was a party given at the home of Schuyler Acton Saturday night in honor of Miss Cliffas visitor Miss Effie Coppage of Memphis Tenn Those present were Messrs Allie Wimsatt Bill RenfrowAlmond Duke Cecil Thompson Cleveland and Lorenza Acton Arvis Wedding Willie Lee Allen Arbin and Arthur Petty Elvis Magan Romney Acton Misses Julia King Lula and Eva Acton Minnie and Maggie Wedding Effie Coppage Minnie Davis Cliffa Acton CABTOEzBeau tie ThiKlrdYmiH IB Always Bcu i 81 41clOrdinance of the City of Hartford Sec 1 It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to dump or deposit any ashes or other waste material or to burn waste peper straw hay goods boxes or any other waste material on any street or alleys of the city of Hartford and any one so attending shall be fined So for the first offense and 10 for each subsequent offense Sec 2 This ordinance shall be effect on and after its passage Approved November 1 1905 ROWAN HOLBROOK Mayor Attest S A ANDERSON Cl- erkScrofula acquiredthougl1 Badhygiene foul air impure water are among its causes I It is the soil for I tubercles and where it is allowed to remain tuberculosis i or consumption is pretty sure to take root- HoodsSarsaparilla j Removes every trace of scrofula Get Hoods For testimonials of remarkable cures P J for Book on Scrofula No I C L Hood Co Lowell Mass CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET Commonwealth Docket for No vember Term 1905 0rritsrDAY 3SG5 Comth vs Willie Walker 39GJ Comth vs W E Rusael 4170 Comth vs Alex Nicholas I 4201 Comth vs Arbrcy HoU eI4202 Comth vs Same I 4223 Comth vs Jack Smith 4239 Comth vs William Reddish 123 Comth vs John Foster HIS Comth vs Charlie Robinson 42GG Comth vs Virgil Mills 1273 Comth vs Walter Dick 4275 Comth vs Virgil Mills 4279 Comth vs Wiliam Ezell 4231 Comth vs Charles Smith 1292 Comth vs Cicero Smith 1293 Comth vs 4if 4 Comth vs SameI12flo Comth v Samet I SamlI4339 Comth vs Annie M A Lane 1310 Comth vs James Espy 4343 Comth vs Same 4344 Comth vs Soma It315 Comth vs Same 4347 Comth vs Same 1348 Comth vs Same 4330 Comth vs Same 1361 Comth vs Garfield Maiden I36G Comth vs James Espy 1230 Comth vs Henry Nail 13S2 Comth vS Tom Curley 1383 Comth vs Robert Rngland 1334 Comth vs Same 13S5 Comth vs George Kissinger 43SG Comth vs Jno W Wilson 4387 Comth vs Robert Rt land 4333 Comth vs J S Young 43SD Comth vs Robert Itasrland 1390 Comth vs Henry Nall 1391 Comth vs D Stewart 1392 Comth vs Robert Ragland 4393 Comth vs Penunl Everly 1394 Comth vs Henry O borne 1395 Comth vs Thomas Coghill 1396 Comth vs Robert Ragland The spray of Elys Liquid Cream Balm used in an atomizer is an unspeakable relief to suffersfrom Catarrh Some of them describe it- S a Godsend and no wonder The thick foul discharged is dislodged and the patient breathes freely per haps for the first time in weeks thedsolid form and it never fails to cure Sold by all druggists for 75c in eluding spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros fjj Warren Street New York MAGAN Nov 13Mr Joshua Magan died very sudendly the 8th inst of heart trouble and his remains were inter ed at Pleasant Hill the 9th A series of meeting are being conducted at Shugar Grove by Bros Edge and Gray Rev F D Baughn left the 8thI for Kansas to assist in Missionary workMrs J H Ralph ison thesicklist Mr James Westerfield moved to his farm recently purchased of Mr B GreerMr H Wright and sister and Mrs S Clements spent Sunday withI Mr and Mrs Wilbur Deaver Dun deeMr Mask Ragland of Hartford spent Sunday evening with Misses Emma and Cova Wright Alex Hudson of Hartford spent Sunday with Messrs Wilber and Clarence Tall Terrific flace With Death Death was fast approathing writes Ralph F Fernandez of Tam pa Fla describing his fearful race with death as a result of liver trouble and heart disease which had robbed me of sleep and of all inter est in life I had tried many different doctors and several medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Electric Bitters So wonderful was their effect that in three days I felt like a new man and today I am cured of all my troubles Guaran teed at Z Wayne Griffim Bro drugstore price 50cIPLEASANT RIDGE Nov 14 Farmers are very busy corn and hauling coal The debating society at our school I house is progressing nicely Miss Evra Bradley entered school at Greenville Monday November 6 We wish her a successful school yearI The Little son and daughter of Willie tt eeks Rochester are visiting I their grandparents C W Bradley this week Mr Buchanan gave in honor vf Cva Mefford who will soon go to I tt fr Illinois an oyster supper last Satur day and quite enjoyable evening was spent and all report a grand time Rasio Mefford visited his sister Mrs tt ill Taylor of Rtissellville last weekGrandmothellIartin is on the sick list The street fair at Rochester last week was fine CANE HUN Nov 1John Myres and wife of Fairview were the guests of their friends C V Christian and wife SundayMrs Nancy Ford who has gutter to from cancer dierlllast Tuesday Her remainswera laid to rest in tli WednesdayShe She leaves a Host of relatives and friends to mourn her low Miss Maggie Wilson of Fair feverI Indiana on y I business last Wednesday Mr Horace Daniel and family of j Olaton visited his brother Thomas Daniel Saturday night nail Sunday i near Salem I Elder J T Baker of Sulphur Springs filled his regular appoint ment at Salem Sunday G J Christians singing schoolat Salem was out Sunday and ho will begin the second school there tonight i This is his sixth school this fall and will begin tho seventh school nt Nar rows Saturday Born to the wife of Mrs J N Ford November 1 a fino eleven pound boy horseoBranch sad Luwjence Gary were the guest of C K Ruby iiour Salem SundayRobert Miller of Howe Branch attended church at Salem Sunday Forum Wucdiuan of Millwood spent last Sunday near Fairview 7 =Y = rnoD-n MArrERtiFHEIITJIf iPtfft 0 AVf L t Y- Absc lerillr8 Ntt StTIflli1Powder phHi AS HARTFORD Towers Above all Other Towns the County Promi a DPY GOODS MARKET o o- so D01FS aLong 8l Coseconomy Store Leads all others point magnitude Stocks extort of variety Mieml xljlIJn and uniformly low prices ORB T BARGAINS 11iil bo offered through ontin month Trrssunds- I Silks FlniiiipStOutings Blankets Hosiery Winter Tin der weal Clothing Shots and Motions Tho strong low prioo indnoomonts will not fail inter est every one and are cordially invited visit LONG CO9S ECONOMY STORE Hartford Kentucky E P BARNES a BRO With new Merchandise arriving daily keep every department teeming with correct Merchandise of every kind Keep everything new and uptotheminute We ore putting on title this week allII entire now lino of Ladies Crocks Tn overri and all tho now tiling1i in Neckwear and Bolt Any lady can find something that vll please at either 2fu oOc 75or each White and Black Silk Shawls- In quite a variety of patterns There is nothing more dre sy told Tireable than a nico Silk Shawl riledat SI S175 250 330 and 4 each I f- A to lft C 1 JW 1 l l ir r i1 f w- IA A Cream of Tartar froo frcm arum or phoa 7 R1ld III ROYAL OAKINO pcvcrr cc new vow 1mJ == 1 in in nence as 9 in of i I I this in f a I to I all to we Ladies 1 I s I Suspenders Our of the htrotigiut featured in our Gents Furnishing Goods Klion is our lino of Suspenders Bought direct from one of the largest fiietories in the coun try No middlemans profit mi these Suspenders Ve can give you a Suspender fin 2oc Soe and50e each that has full twenty per cent more value in it than any store in tho country This week a new lot of theso Suspenders will l ho placed at your disposal SHIRTS SHIRTS In our oO 75c and 100 line of mens nice Shits you will find every Pattern new and strictly according to this seasons fashions and wo positively guarantee every Shirt wo sell to give perfect satisfaction for the plCIt wo charge i Beaver Dam Kentucky t i S I ifb J1ii4ow3 emu Au als r I 1 fairs Store News I fi fct b At this season our Cloak total Skirt department JJ I 5 l should interest every lady in Hartford and vicini a 41ty To say that wo have the most uptodato gar 1 incuts in our city in not exuberating fur wo have 4 4turd our prices are right Our styles tho very tt- i latest We do out ask you to buy orly want tq iM 4put our tiuio against yours and show them to you f younb 37 IIg you jj e 4alld see XISZ41 UI k Our Mens CiotlhingbDt L 41 Wo are nut behind as to the wantfc of out gen 4 r lj tlomhii toad11e pride ourselves in showing thuU Sisellcllt line of Suits and Overcoats that are found b- 6qtr 4J in Hartford Hear in mind thiit wo nark our it Clouting at low reasonable prices and when you Iiwualuur c Suits you have the correct style at the U j Icasawn price your neighbor pays If it is b3 a Woroted or a Casinlore Suit in square cutdouble J 4Q 41 breasted or military cut wo Imvu them Our loft it C1 price will surprise you our styles will please you 9 4all and set UH ly 44 Es- II J Our Shoes to o 1 To us are of great importance because much dte 1 J ponds on our feet hence we have Leon striving for tJ 4i years to obtain the very best wearers on the mark bit et For good honest wear for ladies and chil j oei then we 01101 tha celebrated 1riesmeyer Shoe toEIi of tho host selected stock and guaranteed tigit you perfect worn Eighteen vearsoxperienco j this lino us inn to hotel bb 4 C iti good o vamps 1 a good solid wear See us for gOOd Shoes J 41 Zb j Consult PairsUIfC1 4 If you are not already a customer consult Fairs i 4iIt once Wo guarantee you h big saving on your 11 fall bill In connection with our immense Dry jj 4lungs store we have a largo commodious base Mo 41 nient where nothing but useful home furnishing r 40uds are handled at fie and lOc Nothing high 4 or Call1llldilO this department l fc t aJL Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER Illinois Central RallroadTlmo Tablo I Nnrlli nmiiiil- NolMiii 40 n in No l2du12ropm No i2tofl pm sorts II llonnd- No ISldu1IKU HUI Sninl ilnc 2A1p in No HI iln OIO 7n M TUK TIIK nilPIIILIUAN will- prttnI Irn olrtmrite Memory colleen Ubllnnrlr Kroolnlioiiii or KIelKir in the rxlrni ol 110 word Allover Itmlmnonni veherRr lornl the- retool Ic per word roh I11 odrence- Artlclrr In xll ol 1BO woril nlll be cut down lo rrqhlreil limit nnlx- tannerlncnt wllli iiimin rrlpl To dry lo w word in every Innlniivr Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant Best line of School Shoes are at Fairs Joe Miller Cromwell was a caller Tuesday Novelties Neckwear just received at Fairs Buy your furs at Fairs Best values arc there My My Fresh Oysters Fish and Celery at City Restaurant Fairs Ladies Cloaks at 5 and 6 are the regular 850 quality Rev L W Tichenor Matanzas was a pleasant caller Monday Another shipment of ladies cloaks at Fairs COme and see them Arbin Petty the tailor is ready Jo do your work in firstclass style rI1m4 7 I Norval Brown McHenry called I to see us while In town Monday We have the best goods for the least money CARSON Co We want Turkeys Eggs Chickens Ducks and Feathers CARSON Co J J Jarnigan Cromwell was a pleasant caller at this office yester day We give it up Long Co have the bargains in Underwear at Economy Store Supply your family with Under wear at Fairs their low prices will surprise oufFor good servicable Overcoats and Suits Fairs line cant be beat Can and see them It B Martin Sheriff elect spent Staurday to Tuesday in the Crom well neighborhood IMr John W Taylor has cottage on Union stree- and moved into same Logan Smith and wife of near Rochester visited L T Barnardand family Wednesday and Thursday i You can always get newest things and the most for your money at Long Cos Economy Store j See the big line of neckwear and suspenders they arc showing at Long1t GosEconomy Store Attorneys M L Heavrin M Crowe and stenographer MissI Birdie Woodward went to Central City Wednesday pn legal business ofFLadies Cloaks at 160 to ISMens Over neweshand John Blair Butord called yester I day E H Morgan Magan waS a wel come visitor yesterday Worth Ashby Centertown called at this office yesterday I We will pay 20 cents for eggs until further notice CARSON Co AyPressing Club SMtoday for a short stay in Louisville I I Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers PromptSi dry IGtf FOR SALE One good work Horse arid twelve picked Yews Terms to I suit purchaser PAANDEItSONI 1812 If you hayntbought your winter apparl conic to Carson Co We are better prepared to fit you up than any one else John Dodson and wife Beech Grove and W C Ambrose and wife i Beds were the guest of W S Tins ley and family Wednesday Sec Arbin Petty in the base ment of the New Commercial Hotel and have that old suit rohauled He will make it look as good as new City Restaurant most todate place in Hartford Everything neat M a pin Everything good to cat Everything cooked as ordered Mr Wayne Griffin and Dr Taylor left Tuesday for Prentis where they will be the guests of Mr Sip Swain and spend a few days bird hunting Editor Smith mod wife arc visit ing Mrs Smiths relatives near Ma tanzas this week While out Mr Smith will spend a few days bird hunting Go to Moore Crabtrcc for all I kinds of fresh meats bacon lard Hour meal kraut and pickles Will pay highest market price in cash for beef hides 16t2 LosTOn October 12th Light weight Tan Overcoat between foot of the hill and Main street on Rock port road Return to this office and receive reward If you arc needing photos of yourself or any member of your family dont miss the opportunity of having them made at Schroeters Floating Studio Good work guar anteed and delivered promptly Dr A F Stanley and Judge John B Wilson spent several days bird hunting in the Green Brier neigh borhood this week They were the guests of Bev Wilson Little Eva the fouryearold daughter of James L Smith of near Cromwell died of croup Sunday afternoon She was a sister of Mrs F E Kcown of Hartford Mrs J A Thomas has told the Hudson property to Miss Nettie Rogers The property will be occu pied by Miss Rogers and her par ents as soon as it has undergone re pairs ESTRAYED One black oneyear old steerhas been gone since June any information as to the where this steer will be amply reward JOIN VELLER Taylor Mines Hon Alvis S Bennett who has been visiting relatives in the county for the past two weeks will visit his brother and sister in Owensborb Saturday and Sunday after which heI will return to LouislI1eI MtManiI and Misses Pearl Thomas and Lillie Burton IMrs Sallie Baird widow of the late Judge A B Baird and mother of Dr Alec Bairdof Oklahoma City died at the home of her daughter in I senilityIShewill j marrowHaving formed a partnershipp- with Dr A D ParKforihepractioe1 of our pprofession I desire to close upallindividual accounts So those j knowipg themselves indebted to me 11t1905 W I I I i j j We have a good assrtment of Guinea Flannels Outing Cloths Chljvoits Ducks Percalls and all of woolens at the lowest prices CARSON Co See our big line of Ladies Collars and Chimisettes also new Belts and various other things that arc entirely new LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Born to the wife of Roland Jones near town on last Monday a fine twelve pound boy He makes a noise like a Republican and is therefore with the great majority Harold Holbrook eldest son of Rowan Holbrook broke his arm in a scufllo with his younger brother last Saturday He received prompt medical attention and is able to be out again Everyman owes it to himselfand his family to master a trade orpro advertises how easy a young man or young lady may learn telegraphy and beassurEd- a position tf Sunshine Hive No 42 L OTM will open a bazar at some convenient place on Main street sometime be tween now and Christmas and con tinue through the holidays The bazar will be under competent man displayedIt WANTED By Chicago Manufacturing House person of trustworthi ness and somewhat familiar with lo branch101lice essential to engaging Address Manager Branches Como Block Chicago 12t12 u At the regular meeting of the Pension Bord of Examiners held here Wednesday the following ap plicants were examined by Drs Wedding Taylor and Smith Yates and Ball Muhlenburg county Sam Hines of color and Larkin Williams of Hartford John Brown Rosine Waultrip Leitchfield Kessinger Butler county CLOSING OUT SALE I must sell my entire stock of Hardware c for spot cash at cost or less in the net 25 days Bargains inI Anything 1 have 18tf W S Tinsley v License to WedIThe following permits to wed haveI been granted by County Clerk Ragland since our last reportIC Ri Wade Eordsville ago 34 to Amanda Daniel Fordsville age 18 tolC Gray McHenry age 21 to Dessie A Spinks Jingo age 16 Allen W M idkiff Sulphur Springs age 23 to Anna T York Rosine age 19 Zibe Arbuckle Memphis Tenn age 29 to Dollic Brackin Prentis age 21 Leonard J Taylor Reynolds age 24 to Sallie F Miller Reynolds age 22E C Colemmans Rockvale age 29 to Florence Fuqua Fords ville age 27 BUFORD Nov tMrs Euria Westerfield Pleasant Ridge visited her brother Sam Rhoads and family Tuesday Dave Allen and wife McHenry visited Theodore Allen and family Saturday and Sunday- A R Ellis of Alexander visited here the 7th W NJBlair and wife visited their arentalast week C 11 Hussey visited Dudley Ford Hartford several days last weakot John Blair and wife visited YanceI Moseley and family of Wednesday Mrs Ben Newton is on the sick list t Four of Charlie Martins children are sick Born to the wife of Sam Rhoads the fifth jnst a fine girl Mother and child doing well Born to the wife of Tom Riley th- eldtha girl Mrs lary Bell visited Mrri Ben jJewfon Mopday IClarence Wigingtori of this place tndMis Gully of Maxwell were united in marriage the 7tH inst both being 17 years old the young jstcffluple in this community for I ClothingNews0 Now is the time to enjoy the com fort of a nico warm SUIT and OVERCOAT Our stock is complete in both We hayejust recently received for Xmus ii special shipment of Winter Suits Overcoats Mens Odd Pants Work Jackets and Coats Gents Furnishings Hats and Shoes Shoes in allstyles and quality for Zen Women and Children The best ol School Shoes especially can be had here at the lowest prices Sam Bachx Hartford Ky rBM OF HARTFORD lCOI POIZATLrD lNN2 Capital Stock 4000000f Surplus II 00000Stockholders Addil Liability 4000000t t Securety to Depositors 9 l OOOOO t tiu0 W FORD 1HP CTHOMAS TAYLOR v4 s or w ov r fifty years Lesley Jewell of this place and Miss Roxie Harris of Hartfordwere married at the courthouse the second this month Rufort Robertson Echols visited here Sunday Tim Bennett Madisonville attend ed church here Sunday Of WHITESVILLE Nov 14Clarence Williams spent Sunday at his home in Owensboro The infant child of Otis Neal died I Monday of scarlet fever Miss Mary Wedding is Miss Sallie Owen Reynolds this weekI Miss Gertrude Hickey returned- home Sunday frql118 two weekwisit- to t her tistet vtrs Hosea Shown 7of I 1Cand Sunday in Owensboro Miss Stella Wedding entertained I 4i i vVi kiiw vL R JNO T + ++ o1oof of MOOREDirectors f H M Tuesday evening in honor of her guest Miss Alma Ford Fordsville and a most delightful evening vvaa spent by all- Richard Ntel and wife of Fords ville spent Sunday here with rela tivesMiss Jessie WeritrfieldFordsvle spent Sunday here with Clint Redden and wife- Mesdames Millie Meshew ancf Levia Cecil spent Sunday in Knotts ville with Dr Early and wife Miss Tina Powers returned to her home at Narrows Sunday after a short visit to relatives here lOwen Partlett spent Sunday iO Owensboro For Sale Cheap Twoyounjf Mules 3 years old next sprint M M BAnnWELL Williams Mines IIy r y vwyre+ w 4AIs IT WAS ALL IMAGINATION Cold Water Thrown by Mntterof Fact Man on Autumn Enthusiast Allays His Ardor When it comes to the four sea sons give me the autumn for mine observed the man who was Bitting directly in front of the ronductor according to the Provi dence Journal Ive heard that before replied his matteroffact neighbor on the end Theres wine in the air I believe and a tang thats boron In with the early suspicion of frost and theres a soft hazy dreamy golden glow resting 511 the face of nature while the gor geouily painted leaves that are falling and silently drifting away like our hopes and ambitious and aspirations gives a melancholy touch to the canvas that invites retrospection and harmonizes with it- The outer shells of the nuts are cracking the squirrels ore chattering and laying in their stores and the shriveled stacks of cornstalks stand like yellow wornout sentinels in the brown fields that have yielded their bar vests All that has been written everythings been written and 4written pretty badly if the truth told- Autumn is great theoretically Youre roaming the woods with a dog and a gun and drinking in its beautiesin your mind When you hew to the line and foot up the column the whole business is In your mind What difference does it male to you whether Its autumn or spring or winter or summer What do you get out of the changes A ride in a trolley to business a short walk to a restaurant atI noon and a car ride home The 1 tonly gun you see is in the window of a hardware store Could you load and lire one if you had it honest Probably uotIrOlllparlIIadvantage of the seasons but for the most of us who enthuse over them its the same old grind whether the weather conditions are one thing or another Well Im not sorry J have a lit tip imagination altyn aysaid the llrst speaker The imagination is fill right rowhided the matteroffact pert flu but it wont clothe and feed till trod Pit v rent even if you over wild it- THE CHARMS OF ALASKA Pact Time to Weep in Summer RI It I Kev r Dark Miners Snoo- seMtcally 11 1Jltdit Dd that in tifrrmmnothlll of 1 August we hove Himlight and tl t I L stark 4n the they invariably I said n mar I 1 Alaska re i iilOregonian whenever we iy Very few iii lime of going Xrcpl the Illill Lift and have t irlh niDiitlis there in i d ing tend the iiy there ran I j airing opens up I uriI very sue I oik till he pomllly cnn I a M0 the slimmer in very short- IJ a irreat dent has to hoaccom I iiJtfl to make up for tit stag I tins during tit winter months Ve have wonderful summers r1 Council as it never gets very ts11 al or cold Several times Ihnngh I bine seen tilt thermom trr r0gisI 1 IIIIIIIC The v0r dure and tit brush grow with a ripiility thai is nsionishiiigin the v iiiiii months Plants grow so rapidly that we can raise berries and the hardier vegetables before frost sets in- Difference of Opinion Women art very hard to un derstand said the callow philos opher Nut at allallilIId Mr Jleeklon Henrietta his sever yet spoken her mind to me with out making herself perfectly clear Washington Star Getting On in Years T iiiiv err ni oing to eel il raie your II i uulay i- r FlShe good naturedly 1in not ot u Jl1905 rJlrOOJ A REMARKABLE YEAR A Record Breaker Thus Far in Quantities And Qualities Bountiful Crops Sleek Herds Granaries overflowing Prices good on all Farm Products Bank Account Swelling Good Feeling all Around Everybody Happy With this kind of feeling there is no reason why this farmers of this section should not feel good Wo are making preparations to supply their needs in our various lines At this tune of the year vo urn talking Mitchel Studebaker and Old Kickory NVagona which are the leaders in this territory ami wo have the prices that are pleasing everyone Remember we guarantee these wagons to be the strongest and longest lived wag ons out he market Since beginning business we have sold in tho neighborhood 2UOO wagons tend wo could not have done this if we had not had the best goods in the market and sold them at tho right print Fence We are general agents also for American Hold Fence which is the best fence on the market and stands like a stone wall The L HtC St L Railroad has con tracted for this fence to be placed from one end of thei1 road to the other which is evidence that they have thoroughly investigated all other fences told decided on this because it is the best We have some inside prices for you for the next thirty days on all sixes hav ing just receive four carloads andean make sumo good figures o t I J l +nrs going to tltoUItlTl u ire n affair Detroit Free I rtRI WOMAN MAKER OF VIOLINS San JON Cal Lady Rat Dlntlnetlon of Being Only Ono of Her Maud in the Country To play the violin IB the amtin plliihiiiont of liuiKjivd of voiiujr woiuiU but few have uushllth1 the beloved instrument front which Murk wonderful meloilv ran lie obtained says the Iliilu phln 1roM Miss Irate IIaiis1w if Han Jam Cal has the luiitpK Imtinctlon of hchiK tae only win- eai violin trtakir in America If ant lu till world and moreovei she Iii 1 Holed pcrfornicr mi I lie iutntru mititnof licr i niuakirii IOKUCM ny a Htinjf eiivirouuifnt and hi tfllitiit wlieu lur ilo sire to niiike a violin lieranio liiiown Miss ISarstows family gangs lnr every encoiini onicnt find sent to jeriiiany for the bores Nary woods Altogetlier six vio lins have been oinpletcd liy her each one a noted improvement on preceding effort until lIlt last in strnnient is said hy experts to pOSt IHS a deli htfnly rich and bull Hunt tone Miss Marstow has shinvn considerable inventive genius in constructing her violins successfully experimenting with i the native redwood as a base liar and will use more of that wood in her next violin Obtained from Spiders II that which comes from the silk worm In France there is a fac lory devoted to the manufacture i of spider thread The spiders art itranged in doxens before a reel jtvliieli willidraus the delicate a crraNlrlrwa l e 1 fII IDEA OF NIGHT WATCHMAN held Not flatus with Robber But Is a Cog in Alarm ftysuu at caveat CitiM Many Kople have an idea that night wttUlitucn ate ittatioucd about ale great itwrep and tlnI ciul iiiHiitutioBfc In tbiM city t Ujht bur lai bully Una up namikid one of these yuud hills i f till wealth Till tact is Elsie iMue idrj that any xiich walrhiiiiinluill i u an a burglar iu combat at any linu The furl of suet ijslim titiim bIll0 hvsuninlii l llwil Itt r is no occasion for such a proced ure even should a watchman be iiiil to Iiuaiiiij a bin air whirl most of Ihrtuulnol flt- nlihl waUliinaii in merely 111alt- uf an alarm nvnleni His duly in to keep a sharp lookout forsuspi inns persons anil before one of then fjels a chance to do mischief he is 1 expected turn in an alarm that will rail to his relief within u few minutes a firpiail of police of licers it necessary to lake cart of the prowling thieves hIli order to assure faithful care by till watchman he has to ring up the alarm service every half hour of the night Out ring means that he is there Oil the look out If he sees anything suspi cious and wants assistance it i only necessary fur him to give th proper signal and before an damage could be untie the olllcms of the law are there ready to do business It Would never be of any advantage to the burglars to do the watchman any harm cause before they could troiblB- ing they would be nabbed and i the hands of the law The fact that this system of watching tin valuables of tlwrit is so ellicient Iv coulucted results in very few 5 t Saddles Robes Horse Blankets Etc We have the largest supply in Hartford We can save you money on this line and will do so Remem ber also that wo Imvu one of the largest hardware houses in Western Kentucky till can furnish you Hardware tilt ssuno sis anything else at close priies Tho famous Smnk Consumer Stoves are still in tIll land least call and examine thom and you will ho with the balance take out out ami be r inviiunnl Vu shall be j lail tn l i ynu at our turn wheiv you will Hnd a heart v welimiic Yowrs for More Busittess TiirlpwC CompanY9 INCORPORATED Hartford Kentucky Hviupalhy IIplclttI fromill1 J nftrgtfirkHi Tvhwnrpr ills nyafem lip In form 1Atk yts know tilt dimmer of ban rIng shout the city In platen wheiptlM1ll1 iiresencc would cause Knspielbn nt i they jp nerilly IKHII away Tbene fcl lows wt wise very quickly ORDEReAiiiftotfll BooU fpr Xffutbf Arita dtttje Kan IDa Othtr D14lfs Supply Katuvcs Bailing TIll best urHfniil netlrll uowa iluyr 1110 made of papier iniiche yiioni led Much a UOII e it fast sente0 Hull for Siiko lo41 + null I bus natty Ik put on air removed At Grief notice Thirty 1a patented contrivance soniewhal renenibliiig a lilies pin for ntlaclitnohl to tilt nose to rive to the organ a proper taper Another device is supposed to im prove the lines of the mouth Nut a few people have no roofs to their mouths having been born without July or in other cases hav fug lost them by disease POI such unfortunates artificial mouth roofs made of galvanixed rubber are furnished There is a patented device for r cleaning the tongue consisting of a knife with a concave edge to which a sort of sponge brush is at wellengreen annoy ofIIf you desire dimples you may e ear UIIIlaill kitaI of ire 1105k at night to which are attached b0npress upon iI iliniplcs are wtinted Thus after n while the dimples are made to appear 4iL 9 w wcewr7wn 1 QA rLU TOaSA r tMw k itw rlndYee 3 t euriM2 M v w tk vvwt ao BIG fQUR- t TI jl 111 1fl aHa u14 f e t a- hr J I 1 I t f Atrtf3tiii I tJ3 W ti I JI i And all othter points Eaat t Information eliwrfully tnr Jl nislied on applipRtion at itye I I Ticket Office lug Four No foil Fourth aveniK1 ov writ to G I S J GATES J Genl Agent PassiiKti DIi Louisville Ky j I a y a a BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If yon haTout a rlIullrIolllhymnvomontof the bowels everydayyourelllerwlll bo Keepyout bowels open ud shepotv- iolent phyaloorpill polsoeIsbaaaerno The smoothest easiest mOlt perfect wry of keeping the bowl sneer and elfin li to lake CANDY L OATHABTIO EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant raltttble Potent Teets flood Do Oood Never Sicken waken or lrlpoI10 2J and 10 cents per boa Write tot free sample and book let on health Address 133 Sterling Remedy Company Chicano or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAM r C M IIAKNTT C K SMITH BAKNETr SMITH ATTORNEY SAT LAW- n A unoici KY WIlIIrlllIwltlrllIn In nllheruuite 111411IUnlln nllnIlInlllnllllfULIiAX llallUllig y FRANK L FELIX i A ttoneyatLawIIAKTrOIIII ItV Will iiniftlcc hi inimlun In Ohio Bud ed Julnlnuonnnlr mill In the Coort of Ippel 111InIII bed CnllMilnni imInltj- ortlrHn the llrrnlil liullillliK 0110Im CHAS M CROWE LAWYER HARTIORD KY nIItol AIK C I1lelatentloiiglrentyrrtminel prnrtlronml tn rnllniluni omr rnrnrr 31r J- bt Outer tr tTbuole roru r eplerlfa h JNO B WILSON AlTORNEy AT LAW HARTFORD KYaUnitaloorarrnnnyR R WEDDING lit Attorney at Law HARTFOUD KY JVIII iirnrllcrlnthoHlnto nul rnlpmlCnnrt ulltIoPromptlrttredlIlhloemnry moo irnldoPauntythink r tI IIKAVIIIX CIIXKMT VonliWAIIH HEAVRIN WOODWARD C Q LZeL011 KrlIn ii lltii0unrt 1nrVll la nlilnntW H BARNES Attorney at LawtSIISITtIlICIIIIenntep Kr lnlllhelurrnbkaoln4delsgvalnlhsntu tlpwwb trkt eMntle will II 1rI vii i- ni4 i ntJrlt kl 1nktbe- pwlliV rtIYANCY L t OSL1Y AlfOHXgyrl L V ilrI + khr 1IIlla nud Ill fit ru i d- 11NPr b 11 1fur lnllt Ir e r Ping Salau Htso M VEAHC E1rPEnIENCE Tit DC MARSSP IL Dgs in- C n iGHr att1- qd r If I 111 IllUI In r rr611r n ri 1IIcI en- liii rrl iyi natgi ci tiiAKliou na rill llPeF III t I urLt hI- rIilti bkrn Im c i MI 11 A tl rr rrve- cp du4Kewilimlrlnr m tho Sclcnlifi Jlmtrl u e I rIpanlr tttn trit ii1 wr klr Iw t 1 IflI aleta if mi 7suln IMiiMl qr r r I sir limrillu 1 ffutj hynl tu nlel M lltfftICo9CUrsaPwS N York i St tl l Lue1ml A R rw1 1kh SNrieJr tfra N e tnnCUREOAiODErCNDD1Plmnlel B 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9JIWriORE r Uljl ii r f KsHi M xtvr1 IP J EASY RHINO arttofflJ niAuilINS6 Fat lu ilk I rtina 1 t i I MI taaael III U utter 1n U BCWAlE OF IHITAIIOIrS- nHlKlfT t n I 7r Tk 11 t of hr v t LM pare n HMI r vicu iiivnnV L unrrfel M AefheNiiir ih inr tlwMl h r unit II 7rb Na ili u t M LiylilndhW V hIPCIJOIA A 0 FUMR4IIOPrYI ill lld n tfttma tt i hv rakbrf o 1V pit inlKlf yoa d 111 uuM wail 011iI i n jrn d Si our f lOt talUfaotary o11 1 MEM OYOLE COD IilYiaJILaCHO11DA ILL OUR CLUBBING RATES THK llKrrmirAN mill Louisvillo Hu1Illd12fiI Tin llKiTiMicAv and IniiMvillu Daily Humid 0 THK KuitMiiicAN null ConnorJournal 150 TUB ItKiimucAv and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TUB KHiiriiurAN and Homo and Farm 125 THK RKtiTiiiioAN and Lipponrotts and Cosmoplitan 325 Tin UKiUiiuuAN and TwicoaWcokOwonsboro Inquirer 175 TUB IxBiUitiioAv and Daily Owcnsboro Inquirer o70 Flab IlKiUiiiicAN foul TvicoaWeuk Ohoro Messongor 175 THK KBitTitiKAN and National Majjaxino 150 Address all orders THE REPUBLICAN d1r0 v04prAI Pattola I tonica dose Wore t ohlllfHlwill tuna min frail j sinmn well IASOIA PI egltalit InMmjiHiin DispepvU c J Catitrrlt nl the heart Thmst Sloin ih Hwh Ilv nnn Kidneyii t f ria GMpp sn1 KPurml tlrlnlit Mode by the iJKTCIMllLn PlIAn J MCAI CO Inc ahr hv IJH WILLIAMS Hartford ew d100 4w 6 wr04+ a1swi e art7ewa raaraa Southern Raiway Shortest ani Iastcst Lines MCC I Lexington ani Louisville 1- oaisaa tile WestT- wo trains daily as follows Leave Lexington 610 isville 900 a m arrive at Louis 012 p m Carrying vestibuled coaches and CafeObservation lor Car Meals la carte through without cange Leave Lexington fi30 p m isville 1015 p in arrive at is 732 a m carrying free reclining chair Pullman sleeper through without change Reserve Sleeping berths Host Main Lexington Ky Fourth Ave Louisville orr Union DenotsI Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this office cheap A Positive CURE Cream Balm Ii quickly absorbed Civil One 3t cleanses soothes teals and protects diseased mem brane It cures Ca tarrh and drives until oink lrtDT 5j w nJ lard tires IiST C lUllV tJj prr 0111 lltf wlt s cnmft piecxtwus I to 0 J J The MmUm and liai lent Ky wV d4 I am Lou St Par a Lou St Lou cars and Car at 111 St 234 Ky Rlllil the away a Cold in head quickly tllOiiAYnVElIstores the Senses maUiElyft rf0 1tw n I Thousands of Acres for Sale Intreasonable prices Rich Agric dtr rat and Mineral lands along tho line of the I IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE n Southern Missouri an Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS rectnlnadlalrfirst and third Tuesdays of eac pamphletSrnl H C TOWNSEND 11111 prand ft- I LOUIS RTO MATTHEWS rnThetPau rt1rdLOUIS ttt of Nothing has ever equalled U Nothingcan ever surpass it KingsNew For elvMrTtox Pile gfg45kA 1M A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial Bottles free I A 4 OUR WEEKLY I CNEB YORK LETTER Pitting tGliripss3 of Fashionable Furs Enormous Muffs and Many Headed Ntekpisces Ermine Stock Collars the Newest Wrinkle Luxurious Coat For Motor VV ur By RENE DEVERAUX It ilofoirt iwjuliv Ixtremi irtsnlliw In Nfw York to briiut rids film u spit of the inIM full tminy linuil iiim fur mils oho dally noon In motor HIV iiinl now mid then u smart neck IIt or mi ocriiiiiimul fur stark niloriw Iht wile of llif tiiilnr lunilt gown Tllin rusoitM fur fronts utv teat along the MUCH of flux liiiuiiKuiiif cloth ririneuts tnuiiy luxurious empire modela ItrtthI- III IvIlK Hill ahorl rfflMt lK lllfJ WMMl ill 1 niuillicr ill iliiVrlvilt pIta OIK itntlroililr fviinnv of tb smart wl fur vnits Is their rutliir low rolhim colliirK tlnrc being n dwMtd atMuiicd if tilt ones riMulouabli Miortn collar Sumo of the darker turn urn rtmrin ugly eouibluwl with u lixhtor pelt au HxiiHtlrtiirly funliii imlilf tOmhlllltloll wins IVrMlnu broadtail with ermine Sprt little ernilue ctotk collars by lime way tome sept hntely anti give a linmlMMiio ftiiMi to H hurt years coat- i Tinno lit KiniKly uroniul Ihv tlmwt roinliliin a trifle above I1M bust Mm cud niilMhni on tMrti Kklo with H bt uil iiiil two or there very tiny tans mid rliiw Krinliic collars are jmrtlrtilnrly attractive will tbo rlili rttailp of liar lilt amj 1nrnui violet HO iniirti In vogue stud with hunter grant there U nothing snore life and ili gint lu ape IItfll114PN + hNkgaiters In olilnclillltt nod whlto fox ort iijnnlly iiopulur wlillc runt iiflnc cmliicntly bcooinlnx to young and pretty faios 0Shlllfui furriers nvo marvelously sue trastul III pKivtlcInK nil klntls of tirtls IIIAIIMIXO MTKlllTK Ail CUFF OJ T3IK Nina JAlANKHU JlAHTliX Full HP il ccitlons cud frequently quite In txpiiwlvi skins PO closely rosuinlilo the rfclicr OIKS UD uliiunt to bnlllc the closest obwrver Stone iniirlcu Is strikingly Ilko llutslim RJilile rood hnnil iiiui mole cud Aliiskn seal nre tlwITlio Ions graceful stones covering them sluuiUlefd fuel falling almost to time fort In front though still worn savor Boniuwhat of inst reason and time season before cud shorter neckpieces upon which Innumerable heads taste and claws are to ho seen arc rapidly beginning to take their place A charming neckpiece seen was of Japanese marten In Its natural rich brown Rhndlngs formed of two entire READ THIS Trenton Ky Jan 24 1905Dr- EW Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir oneaused one bottle for kidney and blad der trouble I want this bottle forI my wife It is a real wonder and one of the greatest medicines in theI world I was passing pure blood and one bottle cured me soundand well You can use my testimonial YourshAgentiA TEXAS WONDERI One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminalemis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid neys 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 fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold by all druggists DrE W Hall sole manufacturer R0 box 629 ofllce 2531 Olive Street St Louis Md emus rime heady of UKMO pelts were crossed In till hack time two ends III hint xhuwhiK each ono IniCi full tai- lml two tiny feet The Now York girl iiiH a pretty Cushion of wonriiiK this lion mii tint two IItn1s restlnjt tiniiot tislilv mi the ilmiililcr due vial of tin1 ban mIii woiinil nrotind the nock with the tail IiuiiKliiK ilowu in tin htctIilIUIUIIIC noukplmiM of this iMirii tlon jiiy hv bought In w Ym f r lass tliai ran their shirt sly IIMII itTKi aaheg tlHjn within tin ufiiof tit i t with niiHli t hank iioonuuts- MtlllM UIH KeiiKOM sin more f noriiiii ivor lilt olil i sat ronnil inn Iwliig WI i tom MMII Those hugi thn pillow iniiffx mire oxotHdliiKly Hifit and iiTiIi iiiiJ KOIUO of them ale iMni up witii a tnt of volvnt used tin tin oiinilii in in drawn tip with a silt faf I arm if wont iiniiiml the noik- tJi it innffi In imturul mink ir iiHU i are or Nix ifitlr skins Iuoli with tin ill of tic lirtje anlinnl brag rlit unit 11 front WitH of luiuni uiur wntruInhowiiiu ii ls u Ik il itlir of time WPanr br iK nliiit i ivcriHl will tIll hll or ir Ilsilntiim little Mnllliiiln- SSftinrt littr fur Ktoim hi sink nudo 411hl1l minirn1 nnd Wontlotl Fluh art i liliiiii IITIU 8 with tin iiowo it tvs iii iiiii hlnxn mid IH nnoli Rvr liiiiti rtMiiiio tint H xitlill II iiintlty n iijifcrlal lniHnmw1 jackets laity he hail it tuotirntpprlceap lOur readers may have nay quettloi dn Tiiliu f mhlor or fahrtf anew Jwithout rlnre by Horn1 Jiveriiux th Vniilon iXHit by niliirinliia Rene Dnv aUL R u liox Sea Mu 1l n 8nuart t v York ln losing stamp for reply SCIENCE AT SHOOT RANGE Cats Putts of Wind Make Accurate Marksmanship Impossible Unless Gunner Is Clever With a wind switching like a fishs tall now from the right timid nosy from the loft one minntu limiting the hlllll down into the grass and time next swinging Hound to the rear timid blowing it over the target with changing lights and a tantalizing mirage in ancesImore than native skill and a clear 3e says Outing Your guards man keeps by his side a leather wise stocked as well us that of a country surgeon anil he uses ba rometer thermometer and mi crometer constantly Good eyesight good nerves with which to hold u rifle immobile timid sights tiiigned on the bull are but the foundations of good shooting The expert knows to n nicety the almost imperceptible pressure of the forefinger that will release the sear notch timid launch the bullet when both brain und linger are ready Lie keeps his rifle clean as his watch told with blackened sights that baffle deceptive sidelights He uses a peep sight that Is mathematically correct con suIts elements and instruments unceasingly raises his sight a1 hairs breadth by a delicate mi promoter changes his shot in inches by moving his wind gauge a line breadth to one side brings to his natural ability to holdhis sights on the mark the leverage of his rifle slinga valuable surd serviceable adjunct officially ig nored until this year by the firing regulations of the regular sere I ICIHand from time written records of weeks finds the elevation for his sighting shot ills score book shows the conditions of weather and light record of ba liONition hand of the windclock dial every change in elevation and wind the maker and dato of his ammunition and the exact location of each shot on the target It is true that in the field he would have lint his rifle and ammunition but the schooling of the range would undoubtedly help him to bring down his man where others burled their shotsintheground or futilely fired over the heads of the advancing groups The rifleman who can with almost unerring certainty change his sight or so alter his hold that a hit in the upper right hand corner of a target more than half a mile away will on the next trial be a bullseye Is the man who can most successfully aid his comrades on the firing line But He Can Atop It Boyce That bachelor might just as well have gotten married JoyceWhyHe a phonograph Chicago Journal I A CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couth Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by druetlstf I STRONG I mote boldi H a H tb 0 U eat ill SCO said taking Kodol Dyspepsia Hundreds other weak women are being re- storedII health by this rem edy YOU may be well you will take nearly all the sick ness that women have deprives the system nourish meat and tho delicate organs peculiar women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodo Dyspepsia enables tho stomach and digestive organs divest and assimilate all the wholesome food that maybe eaten nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak prcani restoring health and strength Kodol curis Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour ris ngsbelchinghoartbumandallstomach disorders What You Eat 1110110 mum StovallofTiltonGa IndieestJoncaus Cure Digests mteryf 1I soul WANE e11t1IP1FIN THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your J ob Printing in a firstclass manner WjjVNo Only99c Add tile For Pottage 4 J lf AgainIs a after I Cure = of to perfect if It It of to to of It rrpard at tk xA a 0 ehlar v i y z r A Macy Offering Representing a Saving- of 331 Per Cent You may and undereklrts advertised and sold for 99 cents It Is not an unusual of fer JUT WHEN A JERSEY RIDDED UNDERSKIRT Is sold at this price IT IS UNUSUAL Every woman knows Its true value Wo offer you a limited quantity of comfortable dcpssy and serviceable underskirts of JERSEY good heavy qual ity black ribbed JERSEY with a deep umbrella flounce of sateen trimmed with three smolr ruffles each ruffle headed with stitched band tape draw string ar waist at the remarkable price of0tcPostage 18c extra If you knew where you could purchase nil your personal and household needs most economically get the beat goods for the least money It would be foolish to buy elsewhere Wouldnt 111 Have you yet been educated up to buying your supplies at the fountain head In the greatest city of the country In NEW YORK It U just as easy to buy them there no matter where you live and very much cheaper Do you know any place else you could buy the article described above at the same price or anywhere near ItThis Is Just a sample of the bargains offered In our BOO page Catalogue which will be sent tree upon requeit This book Ilustrates and describes our Immense stock of merchandise every thing needed for tans or womens wear or In the home A General Encyclopedia of the Largest Dry Cocds and Department Store under one roof In this entire country A postal will bring you this cat alogue tree Address Room 201 R H MACY ft CO NEW YORK r Cumberland 1 TELEPHONEI Ihtrtfc until rug the matter with tuy UUSIIKS I Hive the Cuuo r I land Telephone in my irMrtnu d ol business My hii tiifrt aim increased And my wifes viiifi v er heard to arumlije nbnut the Itle phore Ycni rgro ivlifind Kcntleuianly mlrtaion AtG PJITE Manr r Ohte CountMrfulironrt TF IIMhMiit Jnr1s i0 II lllniriiAltnrujr T II lilik Jnller KJ II harries Cleric Frmik I Fiix lasr tin- erldoner Y L MiH rlMvTruM4 Jury 1 ludia1 KnOKn Hherin lliitirunl 111 ShrttfC KmHn CUron u 1II To II lul erta 8nm MODiwmkiiHOil thlnl Munilav in Mnr tied Ni ih r two week oiintj CoirrJ P Mlllfr Imlm ilsHiganilrirk W II linriiw tturnrv ll rtforri AfConrt convened flMt Mnmlnv in enrh month Vuudlj Court utgalmci flrnt MomJi oirGhprOlb LetSeeeeSchool r OorduerSelphur8luingJuctcea CocrtoU V llticlnon lisarr Imin Felirunr 10 11 u IN AngDit SI Nurrmbvr SO Omr tf Martin Holistown l bruiirjt M t ii AiiKiMt S XoriHttliw It J 1rT A linn Fordtrlllr luniiury IS llnj 7 AURiKt 7 Vorfnibir 6 JLlilekedtutbrdpebruag7Mny II AUIf t Id November 7 11AugustU J WJIcor llorkjiort I brnnrjr so May C Annunt S5 November 14 ZSaxtforircllce CourtJno II Wilson Judge c K Smith City Attorney H r llnrnett Marshal Court tOn Tens second Monday In futh month OarvicmmUSunday- eaeh month atlla m and 7pmand secon + IrayormtlogenryWecloudennlnlf Baptist Church Serrlces held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and IraysrlIngIlurnett pastor C P Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 pm tea J D Ilnr oed pastor School TrueteellarlfordJae P Miner J Glenn S T Sterpni I M Hocker J II B CarIton Jon C Illlef City Councllnowan Holbrook Mayor 8 A Anderson Clerk DrIIJ Wedding W S Tins ey A C Taylor M I IltarrlnT J Morton Counclhnen Cscrot COCtaA O U W rnet Met end third Friday nights In each month Hartford KodaeKoH7S FA AMatpnsflrs Monday night In each month j Hnrtforil Tent So 09 Knights of the Mace a been every Thnrndny night lloiiBh lifter Lbdge No 110 Knights of Pjthls meelnevery TuMilay night 1rwton Morton Pout No 40 A II bold ttft utar meting Hntnrdny before llrat Sunday In earb month for our CONFIDENTIALLETTER before obtain PATENTS TKAT PAY and help ncceu Send model photo or sketch and we tend IMMEDIATE FREE REPORT ON PAT Registeredus at COSSOT 7th St WASHINGTON 0 C = cc1 = An Opportunity We want a man in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing Machine We can offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymakercap- abJeofdeveJopment into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONC- EWheelerQWilsonMfph 72 and 74 W8bhAwe cniCAco t 1 i Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17 lAND SALE FOR TAXES By virtue of taxes due measSher iff of Ohio county Ky 1 will on Monday December 4th 1905 expose 4o public sale at the Court House door in Hartford Ky the following lands or so much thereof as may be necessary to produce the sums re quiredviz HEDA NO 3 AcrrnTux k lot Baird CT 53 12 85 Bartlett RD 100 4 10 Hoover SO 180 14 55 Johnson Mrs Annie 86 8 50 Newcomb Mrs Mary 50 2 85 Sandefur SP 20 630 Ward Mrs Allice A 37 4 75 Reddish Robt 70 5 75 COLORED Gibson Adelphia 50 2 55 Tinsley James 25 3 30 Tinsley Wesley 40 3 55 SULPHUR SPRINGS No4 Allen Jerome 72 520 Cox J T 280 960 Durbin E E 49 9 60 Fitzhugh James 200 14 00 Hines CC 50 5 20 King oJ B 118 10 60 Kuykendoll R M 10 5 65 Kuykendoll Mrs ME 50 8 50 Lee G B 80 4 6 20 KeighborsGeoCadmr Ben Neighborsheirs 72 4 20 Stevens J Watt 54 1140 Wright J H 80 6 30 Wedding J T 60 630 COLORED Acton Jno W 60 465 BUFORD NO 23 Allen W L 40 6 30 Dawson L J 40 5 75 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 97i 10 20 Williams Ed 97 7 40 BARTLETTS NO 24 Chapman Jessie L SO 5 20 Ford H Cagt 60 805 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 31 4 50 Nelson R L 100 4 95 Philips Chas 44 8 30 Sharp D L 50 6 30 Westerfield G D 50 9 45 WesterReld J W 50 11 45 Whittaker R C 97 G 30 Ward US 1GGJ 7 40 Sharp Bud 50 5 30 Yates Temple 90 5 00 HEKLIN NO 25 Chism Sherman 50 5 75 avendon Frank 65 G 30 Hipsley Fred 175 8 80 Hoover J G 20 5 20 Hudson G G 50 4 65 Iler Mrs Lula 9 3 10 851ShavcrMcCormick John 110 14 00 I NON RESIDENTS LIST Baird Dr A n 8 2 55 Cecil C S 79 4 75 Duvall Harvey 52 4 20 Fuqua Jno S 65 5 60 Grubb J W 3 town lots 310 Humphry F W 01 al 10 Logsdon Wm J 50 5 30 Lynch W A Receiver of C Aultman Co 100 5 85 London D if 139 5 85 Morris V P 30 2 85 Morris C T and A F 110 18 SO JVIassie Mrs MA 100 7 50 Martin W J 50 4 75 Kagland J M Cannon land 9 40 Stevens L W 1 2 55 Ward David J 30 300 Worley Leander 65 3 65 Worrel Mountain MfgCo101 8 60 White Dunkerson Co 1 lot in Ceralvo 9 00 Yates Matilda 64J 6 40 COOL SPRINGS No7 Brown Jas Ed 190 20 95 Brown C w 90 12 55 Hope B u 5 5 75 Peyton Robt 120 6 60 Sanders Lee 76 5 20 Vaught w N 100 7 10 EAST HARTFORD NO 1 Brown J F 100 7 40 Bennett L F 80 13 70 Chinn T H 65 10 50 0 100 14 00 Davis w N 130 8 50 Felix Bernard 80 1415 Griffin w T 75 5 75 Gray J Z 50 4 30 Jones A F 122 810 Johnson Dave 70 520 May Van 59J 630 Matthews Heberl town lot 300 Mattingly M J 2 town lots 551ShaverTweddell Mrs Louisa 1 town lot in Hartford 600 Wrightmrs Nancy 40 3 65 Waddle H 80 11 00 Cooper David 150 S 50 Cook Jas M 80 5 20 COLORED Carter Valina 2 55 Foreman wesley 3 30 Hunter Duel 3 65 Jackson mariah 285 McHenry mary B 255 Mosley Geo 410 Mosley Dan 410 Nail Amy 1 lot in Hayti 500 Parks wm 4 65 Phipps Jno 150 960 TaylorAngeline 1 lot in Hayti 2 30 Taylor wm 1 lot in Hayti 345 Taylor Phanena 2 30 Walker Tom 2 lot in Hart 851IBean M D 2 lots 15 50 Brown R H 136 1985 Davis L B 145 19 50 MclntireJ M 2 town lots in Ceralvo 3 90 Mbrrison C E 1 lot 8 00 Potter Condict 29 42 70 COLORED Barrett Robt 410 Griffin wm 410 Griffin RileyI 3 55 Gunn Amos 1 town lot in Hartford 5 75 Nan Ed 1 lot in Hayti 3 55 RALPH NO 29 Baughn A C 25 410 Evans Felix 50 695 Greer S J 58 5 75 Hendrix J A 57 4 65 Ralph Stephen 50 8 50 welch J w 10 2 20 wade J L 150 960 westerfield C T 40 4 80 HERBERT NO 31 Bickett Sam M 100 8 55 Hawkins Mrs E P 250 16 95 Jones C T 63 1320 May Albert 178 1715 Miller Daniel A 52 600 Skinner Amos T Sr 112 960I Sinnett M Caroline 63 5 50 Swope non S 81 810 Voiles Payton 53 415 welkerson G w 133 12 70 Hamilton ML 120 1330 NARROWS NO 28 Beasley Sam I 58 14 00 Brown mrs Augusta 2 4 20 Coppage F 35 8 7o Coppage H F 16 8 45 Conder J w 131 14 00 Duncan FM 89 14 35 Eisler Jas w 1 4 65 Foreman G B 16 G 25 Harrison Leander 4o 4 65 Harrison Naomi 5o 5 3o Johnson w B 5o 5 20 St Clair Geo 69 5 75 Wellett BJ 26 430 CERALVO Addington Morton Reid 1lot 100 Bishop II B and wm 73 G 20 Chancellor Mrs M E Io5 1300 Chancellor J w 1 lot 1545 Graves J Ben 80 to 45 Igleheart warren 3o 14o Kimbley JO1 Io5 1250 Kimbley C G Zoo 1785 Matthews Robt 35 7 95 CENTERTOWN NO 16 Allen F M agent for Sal lee 1 lot in Center town 1670 Ashby Everly 26 575 Barnett J L 2 3 55I Fielden Jno 36 acres of land 4 65 Igleheart M 109 9 00 Jones Mrs Sarah 80 695 Miller D L 127 13 40 Oglesby w B 40 830 Howe A B 1 lot in Center town 9 05 Rowe W Mant 52 acres of land 6 85 Render Mrs G A 122 acres of land 16 30 Stogner J B 65 acres of land 15 40 Stogner J B agent for H Stogner 50 acres of land 760 Tichenor R C 80II II 740 Tichenor wm 50 II 6 50 Williams J A 63 9 30 SOTUH ROCKPORT No9IKirtley E B 75 630 Kirtley Ed L 75 630 Landrum R N Bro 60 640 RobinsonJ H agt for Mrs Robinson heirs 60 270 Robinson Chas L 1 85 Shull wm D 45 8 50 Shultz JR 95 1410 Southard J Pagt for Reda Brown 41 3 to I Thorpe Robt 1 lot 5 75 wakelandMrs Martha 1 lot 310 Williams Henry 32 5 20 Williams w James 140 to 7o I Williams Evans 0 loo 115o warden S D 7o 7 40 widick Manual 3o 410 COLORED Short Jno waltrip 1 lot G 85 SMALLHOUS NO Brown Claud 10 4 65 Bullock Joe m 30 420 Balls Mrs Jennie 3 310 Ballon Felix agt for Ida Stearsman 45 4 20 Cleaver Ed gdn Evaves heirs 24 53o Ferguson Mrs S it 1 lot 340 Faught Mrs margaret 55 420 Howell w T 115 14 55 Lawrence Rev G II 4o 9 9o Liter Adair 4oo 3S 8o Neal Jno agt for Ben Neal 114 1895 withrow Jas I llo 850 ISI4 G5 Beatty J T Go 740 Carden C B 2 5 50 Dunn Jno R 5d acres an 1 town lot Soo Daniel Jas R 57 G 10 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 5o Huff C L Io7 acres and 1 town lot 14 8o Huff M B 25 acres and 1 town lot 3 85I Lagrande G w 1 town lot 4 20 mcCleary Robert J- matthewsDr 410 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 lot 1190 Newton Jess 1 town lot 630 Smith N B 80 7 95 wooster J w So G 4o whitler C B 1 town lot 5 75 NORTH ROCKPORT No8 Brown Aledore 79 S 5o Brown Tessie 1 lot 4 oo Baker Floyd 20 4 95 Culbertson J J 1 lot 7 oo Decker Allen 5 350 Heck Mrs Nannie 1 lot 6 5o Howard mark 1 lot 14 oo Tilford Emery 1 lot 1040 Tilford Mrs Ella 1 lot 4 20 Williams M J J M 2 lots 5 6o Williams Luther 24 4 25 Williams Mrs M F 1 lot 325 Reed Remus 1 lot 7to COLORED baker Jess 1 lot 45o Curry Henry 1 lot 4 5o Morton mrs Amanda 1 lot G So Venible w H 1 lot 310 SOUTH ROCKPORT No9 benton mrs Alice 1 lot 8 5o brown sirs Mary E 14o 8 5o Brown James 1 lot 575 Coleman P S 353 29 85I Davenport Leslie 85 13 Engler Len S 13o 1345 Fulkerson sirs Mary loo G 4o WEST FORDSVILLE NO 19 Barnett T J 95 9 75 urad field w T 60 68o Eskridge Mrs Celia 4o 4 65 Greer airs Mary 52 2 55 w J Huff by G S Huff 58 42o Lyons wm Zoo 17 to Stewart Jess 157 9 70 wade F M 77 8 soI Smith Cicero M 1 town lot 5 75 AETNAVILLE NO 2o Bickett wm T 1 town lot 5 75 Brown Henry 2 town lot 4 to Tanner wm c 55 930 Tanner Robt A 2 town lots 520 wade Mrs Martha 52 3 65 Miles Jo H 1 355 Boarman Jas 11 5 30 SHREVE NO 21IAskins chas 400 6511Conder 3551GrantRobinson Jo B 25 37o Stone H J 421 3 65 wells w E 25 4 65 Debruler may S3o 310 MCHENRY NO 15 I BrownR L 1 lot in McHenry 3 85 Chinn Leslie 48J 905 Francis Lewellen agt for I Jno Francis 4 lots in I Render 11 90 0Mther m R M 1 lot 340JI Rsanrjpr 186 1190- I Hunter Mrs E M P 2 lots 75o Hunter Mrs EM P gdn for Thos Hunter heirs 5o 175 Hoheimer W E 75 520 Ingram wm 1 lot in Render 4 65 Jones Tom alt for Peter ImiJIer 1 lot 3 65 Metcalf Jno H 1 lot 315 Pollock wm 1 lot G 3o Penman Frank agt for Deno heirs 1 lot 3 G5 woodward Paul 1 lot in Beaver Dam 75o Pondexter Mille 5 235 CROMWELL No6 Faught T C 1 lot 4 65 Gentry J C II 685 Lindsey E w II 4 40 Miller JR 10 330 Sulser J M 50 605 Taylor C S 140 7rFleener Nancy by C A wil son hot 420 Barrett mrs Ignitus 230 COLORED Cooper wood 1 lot 355 Plummer Elvira 2 55 I HORSE BRANCH NO 11 Allen Silas S 50 465 Burden Jas w tiO 335 Coy Jas 227 10110 Dehart wm 1 315 Evans Sam T 70 410 Embry Robert 90 575 Eazell ChasS 50 355 Eazell Jas w 50 4 65 Leach B Van 5 315 morris Joe H 100 5 20 Pharris wm m 100 630 Rains Dr Van B 200 10 80 Smith James w 50 461 Thomas N J 20 310 willloughly P Owen 20 a 45 OLATON NO 22 Byers S P 71 8 30 Cannon mrs Ida 321 20 martin ELI a 30 martin J H 50 4 G5 Ross R w 75 465 Stinson J 0 40 4 40 Shain S E 127 1190 wing AN J 740 PRENTIS NO 30 Barnes J F 500 2130 Bracken J J 80 815 Clements Robt 63 4 65 Chapman w F 47 5 20 Fergason mrs m J 120 750 Hudnell L J 110 970 Lake D C 50 585 Neighbors J w 83 830 Neighbors G C 47 575 COLORED Shltz Jack 32 750 Tichenor Harry 67 530 SELECT NO 10 Butler A F 150 740 CrowderH F 100 575 Daugherty 110 20 3 W Daugherty T w 8 315 Daugherty Jas w 3o 41o Eaves Albert fo 5 20 Hamilton Jas 5 345 Havens Francis M Sr 8 3 20 Havens F M 2 325 Leach Richard L I lot in Rosine 7 4e Stringfield wash5o 4 to Taylor Gurly 12o 960 ROSINE NO 12 Alford L w 5o 385 Ashby it m 1 lot in Harton 4 65 Crowder A G 50 j 45 Dabney J w 87 795 Duke w V loo 7 95 Duke 0 T16o 98s Gray b F 112 5 75 Raley Mrs Isabel 105 5 75 wright Thomas 50 555 willis 0 P 2 575 willis mrs Priscilla 52 3 10 wilson G w 41 J 465 COLORED Boswell Ed L loo 850 Stroud b N 57 8 35 Wilson Ansel44o 16 Go MUIAVNOJt- Hiiipron J CO 6r0 Clark V 11 s30 flnrk J 1Iw20 410 Kriinn MM Uortbll01 475 llHiiillton It I461 Hnmllton InclnJa 25 210 ll hues J T 103 1360 Muffett III- Meklnlv 40 740 Jk 11lIrO GIO MldklffMrnllachvl 16 240 Sllclklff C 140 585 ItouehJL N4 08b ltulhllr MK 40 440 Miirp Jean W as 520 Vxtrrflrld J W- WeHturflcliI 2 410 Mra 101lr13 283 Wulluce lV C k5 630 11AST DEAFER DAM NO13 Howling J B 1 740 Chin V1114 2355 dray Wit 60 1075 Martin C40 680 Shultt Wm It 4 380 Htokw Mr L It 1 town lot In heaver lIam M 683WHllann W LuIlarrmnl II J 133 1310 IluilgK W A helve T- OSterena 810 T J M Train 1 town lot In Dearer Dam 1030 COIOIIE1 Rowling J It 1 towi lot In Bearer Dam 46i Darnen Tom 12 410 Derry WM 1 town IbtJn Dearer Dam 740 Berr Jot I 1 IGS r rwkIVVMftAVMr SATURDAY November 4Was Farmers Day in Hartford Wo have como to the conclusion from their numbers and onthnsiani that thOyaro up to something and hoping nyt to bo left entirely ve are preparing to cater to their wants COME INFriends and look at the lurgest and must uptodate stockoflbp Coats Rain Coats Dross Coats busi ness Couts and Work Coats ever shown in this sec tion Trousers Hats Shoes Underwear Moves and Ties Every essential for an elegant winter I outfitWe have a fine suit for the Young Man stylish and nobby WE HAVE Just what the school bob needs A durable neat Suit at prices that are suro to appeal to your idea of economy HAVE YOU Observed thosostylish Mats the young men are wearing We fitted them so if you want to bo in the swim hurry up before the best arePgone We handle the latest in shapes and colors UnderwearAre if not let us show you our lino of wrrranted goods We carry a line of fine Wool Underwear which we warrant not to pull and still en with water Collars Cuffs and Ties The Most complete assortment wo have ever shown You will need something in this line for Sunday so drop in and we will fix you ShoesOur are models of correctness viewed from any point Correct in Style correct in comfort I correct in Price Come and look at your foot in a pair Watch this column and see our prices and bar gains and you will declare you have been hotter dressed on less money than over before t Carson 6c CoINCO- RPORATED HAIxTBOIx t rCi linker Itny S 0I0 olrnmn Slono lInt In lliirltnr 365- Ihlnu Sin St 1I 255 Cook Hilwnnl 1 555- Ioolwr louln 1 town lot In ll HVrr Hum 463 llnMvrMni lnr1 Y- 4IlelrrItnrrItown 3 tot In lloiirrr Hum S4 I Sprouti IU III1 6111 8pro61eUex I 465 ThomionCiro 1 iowo lot In leirrr llnm 630 Thumn Aim 1 54 O TOCJIIIMH ntliTiMin I S75 Vlck Mm Amrlvl 376 Wailr rolumlm lint la Rrnrrr llnm 376 WST IIHAVKH HAM NO UICoopr Frank Cootr 1M Jr 100 1770 KnlkvMiHi Irn 1 town lot In lIner Hani II ill MoliilT Ill 7w II 20 lln l onM A 1 town lot In Ilrdvvr Dam 473 llniihtK 1 It 1 030 11aSxMre Annie 1 tows lot In heaver Ilnlll a 40 Shllrr1 101 11 US Slyer S H 140 SIIM iShiiiirii iiiii I town lot In Hearer Hnm 315 I Cal P KcowuSOC PROTECTINGSWITZERLAND Sympathy for Beautiful Landscape Causes Uproar at Its Disfigure ment by Bridges A correspondent writing from Zurich says Wo have already reported some time ago how the Indignation over the endangering or disfiguring of the beauties of the Swiss landscapes is becoming general throughout tho country Many a splendid Alpine scone has suffered through the construction of inartistic iron bridges but most especially from the building of rough and ugly Industrial fac tories which are often very exten sive Formerly this was consid e ered to be an unfortunate neces sity but low it IB recognized that it in urgently necessary In putting up such structures to pay due rei gard to the natural scenery add farther that even the most pod pst of asefut bulldlnga fcouloV be arraoced with eoooUaatt and tact to harmonize with the natural pic ture The flitircly barbarous recklcsxness with which the mod b ern spirit treats the venerable lienutios of nature may be seen from the desolate appearance of the modern business advertise moot which is spread broadcast over places presenting the great peat manifestations of nature dis figuring them with sordid laUd a tions of cocoa or liquors The in rtignation over such displays has finally led to the men and soclctic tthat are determined to preserve the beauties in a Swiss Union for the Protection of the Homo and Country The union will be con fitltiitcd at Home and it is special l ly pointed out that it will in no way act in opposition to modern needs but that it will only fight utilitarianIorn requirements must be satisfied without esthetically damaging the landscape Further consider ation shows too that this so called utilitarian standpoint when closely examined is ex tremely unpractical for if a land scape is once disfigured not only do the inhabitants suffer In health and psychio equilibrium but tWi stream of tourists naturally also avoid it and thero is a consider able loss of income affecting near ly all sections of the population NecessaryMaudreceived an offer of marriage which came by post this morning H r said Oils long for mew llt very great but tjitft his incohie was smnllIMarie What a pity I Whom was it 111really did not notice That t Was cDougb Chicago JournaU I f o tliyt f rV