You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican: n. Friday, November 24, 1905. The Hartford republican. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan, Hartford, KY 1905 hao1905112401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: n. Friday, November 24, 1905. The Hartford republican. Barnett & Milligan, Hartford, KY 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 4 Thc JattfJi atpublicud Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND JT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year I oLxvi IHw ltTF01 OHIO COUNTY KYe FRIDAY NOVEMBER 24 1905 No I9 flECTION SIGNIFICANT f j Results of Recent Election DcI note Moral Revolution I Machine Politics and Oftlclall Corruption Dealt ling blow In a speech delivere just uuforeI tie recent election Joseph Folk Mis sou IM great Governor delivered this comforting prophecy A moral volution is being wrought in the consciiiico of mankind Historic resolutions moral or political like volcano eruptions lire sudden x- tspectruhlr in their culmination hut nlM1 tin y must first parks through a lob+ r permd of silent preparation tIntrh Iii dnses itself only to the 1 most 11found and patient student fruit liiuclf a product of this row lut jn vus rumrvd to measure the tartr of the people in advance of ibltX v icin at an election the inoM signr iM te held in the United State lureeit working toward a morn r olution in the conciullce of mi nJ sw folk so eloquently null npti expresses it arose from tilt maximum swing of the pendule to 411e had The movement toward t moral revolution had no wise man for its sponsor and no brotherhuod of moralists for its nurses but as the multitude holds no convention before fleeing to shelter from the bursting storm this protest against intolerable moral obliquity in the commercial mad political world had its origin in the common comic ticiis of mankind The movement for cleaner business +icthodn and purer politics received a powerful impetus from the accession of Theodocc Roosevelt to the Presidency Not more honest but far bolder and more fearless than his illustrious predecessor he became knownat once as a man who docs things and his conduct inspired the best element of society to hope ind action The condition of these Mal firmament may be known by the leaders it cast up The five great men of the country today arc Iloosc velt Taft Root Folk and Jerome every one fit for a king if kings were the fashion on this side of the sea That these five fearless and in corruptable men are the best known best loved and most trusted citizens Mjf the republic proves that a revolu tion is being wrought in the consci ence of mankind With the beef hieves the railroad thieves the insurance thieves already before the 1e inquisitionand with the standard old i thieves the tobacco thieves and the other rich scoundrels listening with trembling knees for a call to come to court there is indeed promise of a devolution in the ethics of the age The execution of the law disastrous as it is to the big thiefs profession is not so much his dread It is public opinion that withers and bights It ii not so much the pruning of salar ies and dividends that the McCurdys I and Hyde and Depews and Rocke- fellers dread as the scorn and contempt of public opinion Thecrafty Carnegie saw the storm approaching and Dick Turpin like set about giving back to the people the wealth of which he had robbed them Poor old John Rockefeller whose happiness no inmate of an almshouse should envy pleaded guilty to robbing his coun rymen and voluntarly offered to pay a fine of ten million of dollars and hi withered soul must have burnt to the core when the holiest churchmen of the country cried out against alinming their hands with his filthy cash The demand for clean business methods follows as matter of course the demand for clean methods in pol itics The result of the tecent election leaves no room to doubt the- temper of the American people in the matter of cleaner politics as a- partv of the revolution beingwraught- in the conscience of mankind In Hew York City the skeleton hand of thesenile Platt still held the throttle of the Republican machine l i uulliedlIwith themotliest following that even elected a third party ticket to ot1iceI True the Tammany thieves claim to have defeated Hearst but of his election there can be no doubt SuchII was the sentiment in favor of politics that the hest citizens of the I city joined forces with the impai tient Socialists taut fiery anachist to mayqrI as district attorney had made Inc him a national reputation was tl are nomination by the Dem ocratic machine accepted n place on the Republican ticket and won though luBus ociate candidates were third in the race Ohio which a year ago gave Roosevelt a majority in excess of a quarter of a million at the recert election giivo a Demo crat candidate for Governor fifty thousand majority The vote in Ohio was not against the Republican party but against Foraker and Cox and the their machine The funeral of Qun ism brought out an enormous crowd in Pennsyl vania election day Even Memphis afraid of the nigger as she issmash ed the Democratic machine into smithereens election day tauisville alone pf all the gang and graft curs ed cities of the country feastod on a banquet of infamy election night Much honor is due the brave citizens of that city who made heroic sacrifice to save louisville from the odium of being the lone city in the land where the thugs thieves gamb lens and dunce hall devotees voted to a man for the successful candidates for city offices In the elections everywhere this year it was apparent that the people were restless and impatient of political and industrial system rotten to the core but made in a measure respectable by uses and age and the events of November the 7th will lend a powerful impetus to the moral revolution being wrought in the conscience of mankind Dismissed from Grand Jury James Lanham of Fordsville who was empannelled as a member of the grand jury one convening of circuit court Monday was Wednesday morning on complaint of the rest of the jury The cause of his removal was drunkenness while in discharge of his duties as a grand juror The privince of the grandjury under the law is to apprehend crime and prefer charges or indictments against criminals or those whom there are reasonable grounds for believing have violated the penal laws and the action of the court in removing njen from the grand jury who unfit themselves for duty by imbibing too freely of firewater should be commended by every one- Lanham has been in the public eye before Two or three years age he- left his wife andeloped with an eighteen year old girl He returned in a few monthshoweverand made up with his wife and is now living with her An Enjoyable Evening Dr and Mrs A F Stanley entertained quite a mumber of Hartfords young folks with tacky party at the Commircial Hotel last Friday evening in honor of their daughter Miss Marie Graves of Perry Oklahoma Light refreshments were served and all spent a delightful evening There were sharp contests for the prizes offered for the tackiest girl and boy present Raymer Tinsley won the prize as the tackiest boy and Elsie Matthews was awarded the prize as tackiest girl Those present were Misses Anna Eliza Keown Mary Elizabeth Marks Elsie Matthews Ruth Riley Alice Keown Sarah Keown Alma Riley Bera Bean Arbye Brown Marie Graves Messrs Ney Foster Raymer Tinsley Martin Thomas Otto Martin Dauglns Felix Roy Heavrin John J Williams Allison Burnett Bobble BennettnH vron r PANAMA CANAL FaI Advisory Board Decides in vortf the Sea Level Plan Unfinished French Work of fifteen Mimes Procured by the United States Xlwrlal tn TllKlltlTIMIllNl Washington D C Nov 22The International Board of consulting Engineers who are acting in advisory capacit to the Panama Canal Com missional voted this week on the subject of the type of canal to be adopted Their decision was in fa von of a Sea level canal and the work can proceed with more rapidity But up to date there has been a great deal done how much very few people in the United States seems to know or care There has been n great deal of criticism of the canal commission for not proceeding faster Hut the fact is that the work has been pushed as rapidly a possible considering the number of changes in the commission and engineer that have been necessary The decision as to the type of canal marks an important period in the work and is just as well to consider at this moment what has already been accomplished In the first placid the isthmus has been cleaned up as it was never thought possible to do it In fact the work of the sanitary corps under Col Groges has been as important as the digging of the canal itself For the sanitation of the Isthmus has made it a habitable strip The French tried to do the canal work without the preliminary sanitation and failed utterly Of course partisan critics will profess themselves skeptical of the amount of work actually done But the records of the war Department state the following as some of the things accomplished A sewer system has been advised for the town of Panama and is half complet ed The town is being paved with brick for the easier cleaning and policing and there has been installed a complete system of water works so that for the first time in three centuries the inhabitants will have goodI drainage and a pure drinking There will be three other water sys tems necessasy one for the Culebra one Empire and a third for Cristobal and Colon All these are underway By cleaning the towns and killing the mosquitoes the yellow fever cases have been reduced from Gl in July to 3 in October There are now 13000 laborers on the ground and the rate of sickness in only 25 per 1000 which would be considered moderate in a northern climate In the line of actual construction the Uuited States inherited the un finished French work which consisted of fifteen miles of sea level canal at the North end and five miles at the South The work has eaten into thei great Culebra Hill to a point 140 feet above sea level This hill is 340 feet high and ten miles wide and has been the great bugbear of a canal line at Panama There are 20 steam shovels now on the ground and sixty more ordered or on their way to the scene of the work The Panama railway has been double tracked with life exception of nine miles which will soon by doubled also This is not a bad showing for the work up to date There has been a deal of opposition to the canal from the railroad interest which will of course be affected by it aud there probably will by a great many more calamity howls to the effect that it is an engineering impossibility But one can consider the progress made with a great deal of satisfaction and the assurance that in about five years the work will be completed Christians Attention- It is desired that the friends of temperance the enemies of the liquor traffic without regard to their political affiliation or their rebus beliefs shall meet at 1 oclock f b L t F p m on SatUrdrv December 9 1905 at the Baptist Church in HnrtI ford for the purpose of organizing a County Anti Saloon League Said League shall be as allofthem are stricl1Y nonpartisan and nonsectari1 an Its aim to be the repression and the ultimate suppression of the beverage liquor traffic Its motto The Saloon must go Its present urgent business the enactment by the General Assembly which soon meets of salutary temperance measures Date 1 oclock p m Saturday Dec 9th Place Hartford Baptist Church J D MADDOX CIRCUIT COURT Short Crimnal Docket and no Very Important Cases on It The regular November terns of the Ohio Circuit Court convened at Court Hall Hartford last Monday with all court officials inattendannce The crimnal docket had fewer cases on it and least important ones than it has hug for years and was practically disposed of the first day The following gentlemen were em pannelled as grand jurors- A L Knott R L Godsey John Westcrfield James Carter W C Leach James H Hunley James 11 Lanham Thomas L Baker J S Cecil M T Liken John C Chinn and J W Davenport 11 T Likens was appointed foreman R L Godsey clerk and J M Lanham sheriffPetit jury is composed of the following gentlemen Jas H Thomas W VSprole Sip Swain J H Ballard W H Morris Celeb Kimbley G W Whitescarver I L Woodward JonnSandefur W F Condic H L Taylor Sanferd W Brown Alva Carter Geo W Shultz Wm F Howard H L Reder Robt W Webb E G Austin W B Heflin J B Graves W R Gray W A Casebicr and F W Pirtle All the commonwealth cases were continued except the following which were disposed of as indicated Commonwealth vs Lester Arbucle a plea of guilty and fined 10 Commonwealth vs Henry Nail charged with selling liquor to minor Indictment taken for confessed and fined 50- Commonwea1th vs Robert Rag land3 cases charged with selling liquor to a minor Indictment taken for confessed and fined 50 in each case An indictment has been returned gainst R Flem Stevens charging him with wilful murder One against Ben Farmer charging him with grand larceny and one against Wonderful Moss charging him with malicious shooting with intent to kill All of these cases are set for trial today In the case of Wesley Berry vs E H James verdict of the jury for defendantC vs Town of Center town verdict of the jury for the defendant o s OJl Bw0 i ceZlcMvt MAGAN Nov 21There is quite an interest being manifested sin the meeting at Sugar Grove Mrs Marry Wright and children of Moorehouse Mo arrived today to visit her parents J E Coleman anil wife James COj page went to Hartford yesterday Elvis Johnson St Louis is spend ing this week with his sister Mrs Lon Ralph Miss Verta Wright of Haynesville spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents H C Wright and wife Charles Miller visited relatives at Pattfsville last week J H Miller and wife went to Patesville yesterday to see Mrs Mil lers father Mr Pullman who is ver ry sick I Miss Eva Martin spent Saturday Wrtrhtu I A S OF E RALLEYI Secretary Sharp Makes Strong Plea For CoOperation of Farmers Everybody should go to Beaver Dam Saturday November 25 to the great gathering of the A S of E forces and hear the questions now confronting the American farmers ably discussed by the Hon E L Davenport President of the Dark Tobacco Growers Association branch of the A Sof E The United Mine Workers are in vited to be present and to have their speakers addresses the people in the forenoonThis be a great day for Beaver Dam as the people generally are becoming thoroughly aroused to the importance of farmers organiza tionBusiness men along all legitimate lines are coming to realize more fully than ever before that their suc cess depends in a great measure upon the ability of the farmers to secure profitable prices for their products Therefore are willing to cooperate with us in our efforts to secure said results We are informed that a tobacco trust representative of Owensboro Ky is threatening to invade our country in a few days for the purpose of buying tobacco Of course they will attempt as unsual to buy a few choice crops in the different communities from influential tarn ors and thereby cause a rush of to basso to the Owcnshoro market Farmers think for a moment about the pricesyou have received for several year past by just such schemes as this being worked Also dont you know when these oily tonged representatives of the trust come to your barnes and offer you better prices than usual that it is done for the purpose of buying your influence and using the same against your neighbors who are organized for the purpose of securing profitable prices not only for tobacco but for all products of the farm Brother farmer consider well whether or not when you put your tobacco the upon market thatyou are helping the trust to make prices Ion your crops instead jof helping to inaugurate the doctrine of controlled marketing and price making by farmers Dont accept a few dollars above old trust price as an inducement to put your tobacco on the market against the plan of A S of E and thereby help to continue trust price conditionsM Secretary a R B Martin to the People- It will be impossible for me to see indivedually and thank the people of Ohio county for the honor bestowed on me at the recent election when I vas by a handsome majority elected Sheriff of the good county of Ohio hence I take this means ofsaying to you all from the depth of my heart I thank youand to each and every one I promise faithful friendship and strict adherence to my duties encumbered upon me by the office to whichfyou elected me To my neighbors and friends all over the county who arose above political ties and aided me and especially to the people of my home Cromwell where scores of my lifelong neighbors voted for me regardless of political influencer say may you live long and prosper and the richest blessing of life be mayI The uniyesral kind and treatment shown me by the various families with whom I stopped during my canvass is to me a living monument of noble housewives most excellent husbandry of which Ohio county can with pride boast and will live long in my memoryR HERBERT Nov 2L Birt Day and family passed through here enroute to Whitesville to visit relatives The unwelcome bird hunters are plentiful PonVinn Miller of Owensboro via A FAMILY REMEDY 1Pcruna Used In Thousands of Homes Isaac Sharp IExGovernor exGovernor of Kan sag a from 1227 1 St X E Washington II C write I can earnestly recommend your Peruna as an excellent tonic Its reputation as a cure for catarrh Is firmly established by my friends who have been benefited by Its use and the public should know Its great curative qualities Isaac Sharp Mr James Currie a prominent mer chant of Montreal Can writes from 1800 Xotro Damo St as follows a I have used your Peruna for catarrh and find It an excellent remedy for coughs and cotdeJames Currie If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Peruna write atonco to Dr Hartman giving ft full statement of your caso and ho wilt b pleased to give you his valuable addict gratis Aiittress Dr Hartman President of The artman Sanitarium ColumlmxO All correspondence held confidential ited his brothers Robert and David Miller at this place last week Edwin Miller made a business trip to Weber Monday Mrs Nannie Holland Whitesville visited at this place Thursday RicHard and Otis Jenkins of Pell ville were the guests of Guy Medkiff Sunday I Messrs Tommie Massie and Rob ert Holland and Miss Mattie Holland of Whitesville attended the Taylor Miller wedding at this place Wednes day night Burr Givens made a business trip to Hawesville Thursday Miss Hallie Miller was the guest of Miss Sarah Hines Wednesday Robert Miller and wife visited at Walnut Grove SundayI Wanted by Uncle Sam Applicants for the United States army either hone or Philippine ser vice as desired by applicant Must be between the ages of 18 and 35 and able to speak read and write English language Excellent opportunity afforded young men of Ability Apply at Dr S D Taylors office eaver Dam Ky Apply at any time before June 1 1906 lyersYou can depend on Ayers Hair Vigor to restore color to I your gray hair every time Follow directions and it never falls to do this work It stops HairVigor fallingofthehairalso Theres I great satisfaction in knowing you are not going to be disap pointed Isnt that so faded until It wal about white It Mrbalr bottle of Ayers hair Vigor to e rich color Your ydoawhatrouelalmtortA IUG a home J O ATKIt CO Lowe M tfor + Fading Heir 4 bv ARIZONA AIM LIlA APIITI bULV ANV OILY1F MINESe- We offer you 5 Shares of Stock FREE f every 20 Shares you sell at 50 cents per shai in this big Gold and Silver property AVERAGE VALUE 150 per ton Gold 120 per ton Silver Address TIPTOP HEATH MINING MILLING CO PRE SCOTT ARIZONA MAKING CELLULOID Process Is Secret and Injurious To Health of- Workmen Celluloid is a chemical substance made mainly of paper ond crude camphor to imitate ivory tortoise shell coral amber glass Sc Considerable secrecy is maintained by the makers of celluloid as to their respective methods of manufacture but apart from dye stuffs and acid it may be said to consist of about equal quantities of paper and camphor The process of its making is not a complicated one although it is one that is highly injurious to the health of those employed in handling the ingredients The working men are compelled to wear clothing of rubber and invariably bear traces of the strong action of the chemicals used thcr faces operation corpselike and ghastly Thetirst operation in the manufacture of celluloid is the pre paration of the paper which is com posed of cotton and birch wood This made it is wound upon a hollow spindle holding several hun dred yards in length A roll of the paper is slowly unwound being atu rated with a mixture of five parts of sulphuric acid and two parts of nitric acid which falls upon it in a fine spray This changes the celluloid of the paper into propylin guncot ton The excess of the acid is expelled by pressure and the papers washed It is then ground to a pulp and bleached After thoroughly drying the pulp there is added to it a proportion of comphor This done by carefully weighing mixing the two ingredi ents thoroughly and pressing in can vas jackets between plates It is at this point that the dye matter is ad j ded to make the celluloid any desired color In the next operation tho mixture is subjected to the grinding and pressure of masticators These machines are simply heavy iron rol lers about four feet long geared to gether rn inward As the grinI ics the mass1 I 4l more and more homogeneous and nearer to the finished appearance of j celluloidIt taken from the mastica- tors in the form of huge sheets eight feet by four feet in size and one melt thick These sheets are piledone on top of the other until they fill a heavy iron box which latter is run under a steam heated hydraulic press where it remains i under enormous pressure for about two hours This is done for the purpose of welding the superimposed i sheets together in the form of a solidcake On removal the big celluloid cake is cut into sheets of the desired thickness This may vary from one thousandth of an inch to a full inch or more according to the variety of goods into which the material is to be worked After cutting this sheet are hung up in drying rooms six or seven months to season celluloid f having the peculiar warping qualti ties of wood if worked up without due regard to this factI From the seasoning rooms the sheets go to the various departments of the factory Those taken to the novelty department are cut turnedI and pressed into any number of fancy articles The smaller articles are cutout of the sheets of celluloid j while cold then dipped into cold water bent and shaped and plunged I into cold water again to retain their shape The comb manufacture is I simpler than with hard rubber The teeth are stamped out with dies either by hand or machinery and are then polished with cold water and pumice stone Combs are cut tortpiseIthree of these compositions are care fully made and the imitations of the genuine substance are so faith ful as frequently to pass through the hands of experts undetected rCleared for Action When the body is cleared for ac tion by Dr KingsNew Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the cheeks the brightness of the ee the firmness of the flesh and milld1Trydrugstore 25 cents MALE CANARY Laid Eggs While Female Bird Sang a Sweet Song Slut Viil Cur Niw York World t When Mrs Charles Ball received from a Burlington friend four years ago a fine young canary she had no thought that she had accepted a bird of the femine gender It was a brilliantly colored cocky youngster and when it gave voice in lusty tones to warbling carols she named it Bruno This week its name was- changed to brunette and this is the reason why all in the summer Mrs Ball received a visit from her sister Mrs Luther Putman of Albany who came to spend the summer and brought with her her pet canary Betsy The mite of feathered animation didnt pretend to sing much and she wasnt particularly beautiful But she was very dear to her mis tress just the same Mrs Putman had heard of Bruno andshortly after her arrival she had a conference with Mrs Ball She told her host that she had long want ed a husbaud for Betsy but un til she laid eyes on Bruno she had never seen a bird she thought worthy of her pet She was she said sure the couple would be happy together even if it was necessary to divorce then at tho end of her visit and so she proposed that they be placed in a big wooden cage and allowed to nest The canaries took to the scheme amazingly Bruno sang loud and long and bossed Mrs Betsy about in true husband fashion as she gath ered two twigs aud twine and horse hairs placed in the cage by the house hold plot He didnt overwok splendidInest lined with hair and feathers was ready for occupations Then a strange thing happened Bv all laws of Featherland Mrs she refused to answer to the a a + name Mrs Bruno should have comfortableon a perch wiggled her neck down into her chest and refused to do more than look pleasant Bruno hopped into the nest and accepted the situation complacently but Mrs Betsy WMso restless that she was given another cage In the morning Mrs Ball received the shock of her life for in the next lay a tiny egg She didnt want to belivc her eyes but she had to The next day there were two eggs the next five Two weeks litter five downy youngsters came into the world and Mrs Betsy broke into wild song Bruno didnt sing II note Mrs Putman chuckled You neednt laughsnid Mrs Ball If Bruno is a lady you Betsy must be a gentleman Value of Butterflies When our juniors see the common white cabbage and sulphur wing butterflies or even the superb Mon arch and gorgeous A jax swallowtails flitting through the fields or at times city streets they perhaps never give thought to the fact that butterflies may be of commercial value But such is the case Some of our domestic butterflies on account of rarity more than beauty command prices from one to several dollars which collectors will gladly pay to insure the conpleteness of their cabinet Big prices are paid for some of the magnificent butterflies of the Mor pho and Papilia genera whice are rainbow hues in colors and span five feet in wings These flourish in tropical countries and it is often necessary for museums to send out special expeditions for them They range from 10 to 100 in value Not Eniugb Present Hi there youse two yelled the stevedoro hrndle that gunpowder careful Why demanded Cassidy and Casey in choaus Dont you know some o that same powder exploded a o years ago blowek up ten menIWell reylied Casey shure thol couldnt happen now Theres only two of us here y AversPills Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black Use HALF CENTURY OLD Are the Eggs Found by Smith and They Appear to be all Right lthu luuul I IugnlrrrJ Glasgow Ky Nov 10throee- ggs 5i years old are owned by W M Smith of Hardyvillo Hart count Mr Smith was repairing a house built fiJ years ago when he came across three eggs deposited in the wall whim the house was built so Mr Smith is told by persons who knew that they were placed where locum To oil appearances the eggs are sound though no test has been made The theory is that when the wall was completed the eggs were in a small air tight space in which they were preserved These three unquestionably are the oldest eggs in the United States whethllRuitablei Terrific Race With DoathiDeath was fast approathing writes Ralph F Fernandez of Tam pa Fla describing his fearful race with deathas 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 differ ent doctors and several medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Electric Bitters So wonderful jfeltGuaranteedstore price COc i Powder of Radium BritishScientificwin said E radium was a substance- which was perhops millions bf times i h Ayers Pills Ayer Ayers Pills Keep s this over and over a i The best laxative itrt BUCKINGHAMS JItlrlt QL nr LL WJtOn Lr ILA tv 5000 rlNEED Aummlly in fill tltr nK IIOMMOI Itjllniiil nnl I IrKnifik t intiinu YOUNG MEN and LADIES In I LEARN TELEGRflP AiT3 si si AccossirrrW tumuli 7Iwr rut til th o Million Aomin la inirlrit Our M tbvUriml rxiliinlrr Trlrgrnph s world 1hlohJ iOnnr and e tmtitlnir Knllwar oiHdnln lttirwtrx tea llonil til pvii InmUli blni nr IHor n ponltlnn 1 n tu Ilion munch IHStlllw fnt nf th iHlnonrfnim fS ti SiOOn inoniii fifth llwklr lnirnwllmflv iijion m MmtaiU run enter nt tiny lln HUM Jor roll pnrttralarin wr our school write illrrvt to onr re rlnrllinntl O CntlllllKDK The Morse School of Tc n Cincinnati Ohio Bulial Atlnntn Ca LnCros T xnrknnnTex San Francs more powerful than dyu Thus it was estimated that an radium would contain enough to raise 10000 tons a mile nixII earths surface Another w stating the same estimate tea the energy needed to top a di of 12000 tons a distance of i1 miles at fifteen knots was cor in twentytwo ounces of r Now we know that the elrtlt tains radio active materials tt was safe to assume that it blrv some degree a sample of mat of the solar system hence itW most certain that the sun uft active alsoi K vnsrrosxHeat the Tha Kind Yo Hale AI Blgnttnit of lb Then She Yielded j The HeIressBut how curt love me when Im so crossl The Suitor Youre notffi eyed dear Your eye are s Iy that they cant help laokl I nch other thats nil rend Lender rlallh e EKra- WMIf d ORDERED TO DIE rUable Story of a Woman Who Paid Husband to Kill Himself j IIHrtIor louiin Ijwrtor- S Paris Tuesday en tir If within 1M hours yo o nut committed miicido I hall ounce you to the police ANNA I luch was the exhilarating opiitlo Sch M Nogues n machine fitter tfoiveJ nt Hennea whore he wawn red on a job from his better hnlf fi J sells green groceries in the Hue F Albmagne Paris M Nogucs is a Jlhilo o her He replied that he was quite willing But ho helmed for a photographf is wife and two daughters and n lanknotc or two so that he tnigh- of be buried like a dog And h heerfully signed himself Your alTcctionate husband und father jHANMAKiKLKOimn Instead of dispatching the money I past Mine Nogues handed it to i brother in law M Legris Uononie md instructed him to take it to tents see monsieur out of the won and confirm the same bv tele gram Legris explained hili mission on his arrival in the little Britn town and the two men who appear to have been excellent friends proceeded to buy a revolver They finally bought one fur is oil with Mme NogucVs- llliillry Now Ive got to wire your de cias Ml directly youre gone suit Ixyna Dont you think it would save you a It of brother if you wore to do sat nice replied Noguod Happy thought said IxrgrU anti after mucli reflection and discuuw it n they sent oft the following tele g am Everything pawed olF well Ob vquios at Kennoi The remainder of the day was scnt in arranging details Nogues ws in no hurry to leave the world though hiM broterinIaw kept on giving him gentle hints to hurry up as Mme Noguca must now be orduriqg mourning NoRiies insisted on a funeral ser vice in spite of the fact this is deni ed to those who die by their own hand The mechanics argument was weighty He did by his wife order nut of hIs own free will So Legris promised to do his best Then the two men went to the cemetery to choose a grave It was now already evening the suicide was therefore put off till the morn intRising early the condemned ma appcaredresigncd to his fate Rut ho argued plausably since my wife has given you the money let us have the funeral breakfast first and then I will at once shoot myselfVery reluctantly Legris who ever the widow in weeds before hi minds eye consented Breakfast was long and copious Finally Nogues declared he was ready The two men now some what fuddled set off is the ceremony outside the town On the way thi thither Nogues suddenly exclaimed WRY should I not die on the tomb of my parents They lie at Mon fort Yes I will rest with them And the two returned to Rennes There was no train to Monfort that day so the dreadfnl deed was post poned till the morrow and in the meartime Nogues kept up his courage with a plentiful supper Early next day Nogues and Le gris took train to Monfort and reach ed the cemetery Then a sudde scruple seized Nogues Is it not a shame for me to kill myself here My brother is the parson here So it was decided that the deed should be done at Pantin and the two took tickets for Paris and arrived at Moritparnasse station at midnight Various cafes were visited several hours were spent by Nogues in draw ing up his will and when the two at last separatedvery unsteadily Nogues vowed that his dead body would be found in the morning in Pantin Cemetery When his brotherinlawjhad left him Nogues to Rue dAHemagne knocked up his family and frightened them out of theJr wits They thought it was his ghostI vhm Mtno NiiiP s eyes 0 wore opened to the way in which she had been hoaxed her fury knew no i bonds She at once denuonced her husband to the police preferring the- i gravest charge against him Nog tied swears he is innocent and that his wife is merely trying to get rid of himWhen I saw how extremely anx lows my wife was to got me out of IIthe world I just decided to stay to spite her Tho ease is coming before tho as sine I A CrooplnR Donth I Blood poison craps up toward the i heart cnusinffdeath J K Stearns i Hell Plnino Minn writes that a friend dreadfully injured his hand I which swelled up like blood poisoning Hucklens Arnica Salve drew nut the poison healed the wound mid saved his life Rest in the world for burns and sores lioc at Wayne Griffin Bro drug store tJZ USES FOR CHEESE Many Ways In Which This Ex cellent Food May be Served Cheese may well be used ItS a sub stifuto for meat and is served both uncooked and cooked The common oat way of tiding cheese is as layers in other dishes with which the caeae flavor is harmonious When the is mixed all through the dish in this way an grain is the phrase used to describe it and photoes cauliflower cabbage and other vegetables are delicious prepared in this way which withocheese added Cheese is also analmost indispen sable ingrediciU of all tomato and macaroni paste dishes Many peo pie use a layer of grated cheese on the top of a variety of baked dishes letting it take the place of a final layer of crumbs As cheese should only be cooked long enough on top of a dish and perhaps slightly brown it it is better to wait un til the dish is almost cooked before sprinkling on the layer of cheese or to put it on after taking from the oven says the Cleveland Leader Left unheated except by the warmth of the cheese flavor and this is the way it is usually served in Italy where the idea of using grated cheese in this way originated The chee c layer can be browned quickly and nicely by means salamander LIFEnThats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time zgo As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials publicsbut the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in connec tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying improper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emul sion itself What it does it does throughnourish i ment the kind of nourishment that cannot be ob tained in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We Iso1mple B ture that thU picture la tbI WUPPCjof SCOTT BOVINE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y SOc and 1 all druggists I INVULNERABLE CRUISERS i Dig Guns on New Gunboats to Their Fitness 1Test Service An interesting test tool place at tho naval proving ground at IndianI I continuatiolljlof power of the Tennessee class of arm attackI of of explosives The six and eight I iuch guns Were used in the toot the striking velocity of the projectiles being those corresponding to from iiOOO to 5000 yards The tmi get was n structure built in exact- imitation of tho side of the Tennessee corniplete I whole extremely satisfactory as re gards the design of the ship The damage done by the bursting shells was localized within the compartment where the explosion took place andwhile the damage to both personnel and material within the com partment would undoutedly have been very great the ship as a whole would have been intact at the close of the firing As a final test a 12inch shell was exploded within a close compart ment just above the armored deck The local effect of that was considerable but the armored deck was not penetratedThe was witnessed by a nunn her of officers of the navy and the army including the chiefs of the naval bureaus of ordinance and equipment the acting chief of bureau of construction and repair and the acting chiefs or ordinnance and antillcry of the army Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney d Ca Toledo OhioWe the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years ant believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obliga tions made by his firm Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Drug gist Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ef the system Testimonials sent free prices 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation In Methuselahs Day SalesmanWhat size suit does th little boy wear Fond MotherWell hes only 68 but he takes usually a 73yearold size rOASTOn4Bun You Km Always BotgU 01 tilett ZAn Ox Race In many of the out of the way dis tricts of Germany ox racing has long been a very popular sport The en trance fee for the races is small but the beast must be ridden by their owner The rider is not allowed to have either whin or spurs and he must ride his animal bareback trus ting to his voice to guide the beast It is here that the skill of the rider comes into play as everything de pends upon the training of the ox and the ability of the owner tbdirect his movement As the oxen do not race on a track it is no easy matter to guide them The racecourse is a field perhaps a mile square the start being made at one fide and the finish at the other Speed is of sec ondary importance the race Like golf the spotlrequires accuracy and the rider who can force his lumbering charger to go in a straight line is certain to win When all the competitors are linr ed up at the starting point the sig nal to begin the race is given Then the fun commences forin spite of Itrefuseare greatly increased from the fact that the onlookers are allowed to be in the field and may do nnythinpr to in terfere with the contestants Solong as they do riot touch him or his beast Though oxen arc naturally the least excitable of anim 1 th noise of the spectators soon v 1 ISI them tj a state of utter cider meat Often an hour will pass be fore one of the oxen is ridden under the wire The victor receives a small money prize which is nothing compared to the honors brought him by this victory and the animal is decorated with garlands of flow Among the peasants grant events are reckoned from the time Ito and so won the ox race Saved by Dynamite Sometimes a flaming city is by dynamiting a space that saedII cant cross Sometimes a hangs on so long you feel as if htMy wife hada very aggravated I cough whioh kept her awake nights Two physician could not help her so she took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds hereStrict- ly scientific care for bronchitis and La Grippe At Z Wayne Griffin i Bro drug store price 50c and 5100 guaranteed Trial bottle free j Reflections of a 8achtlorIPeople are so naturally illogical they are proud of being arrested in an automobile There is no such thing as good manners in the world when some body steps on your cornIAmericas early settlers are those who pay up promptly the first of each month A woman is so naturally deceptive she can walk further in tight shoes without admitting she is tired than a man can in comfortable It worries woman to onesIand not be able to spend as muchI as it worries aman to spend not have the money to pay the hUlS1 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscrib ers to the WeeklyCourierJournal lieni share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers Itpropose to give away twenty Christmas pres eats ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 30 and 20 and sixteen present 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 Itewill be sent free tf Philosophy ota Dyspeptic The best way to shape the cares of some young men is with a club Dont pawn your apportunities Some people regard life as a per petual indignation meeting Even when a fellow hasnt an idea in his head he demonstrates that there is plenty of room at the top Many a rich bachelor has made a poor husband Glittering generalities are the rhinestones of speech Make e fuss over a womans first baby and for the rest of her life she will refuse to listen to anything bad about you We should love our enemies as we i love ourselves especially those of us who are our worst enemies i tc1tionsWnen a woman says she hates to ask her husband for money she may rest assured that it is mutual Enough is as a feast but the average man wants a surplus Most of us want to cast our bread upon the water with a string tied to it Contentment is the best cure for wrinklesIf were all as free with assist as we fire with advice the world would be different The people with more money thanI brains naturally have more sense Heaven wont be nearly exclusive enough to suit a lot of peo- pleCASTOR IAI 3 S For Infants and Children 1 The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho- Signatura of i ofo t r A gelablePrcparaionror As simllI ingilieSloinactearulUowelsor 1IlclOod ndnc ula i Promotes DigcslioaChecrful I neitherII1OTNAn OTIC Apcriccl ncm for j StomachDiarrlnocn11ormsConvulsionsFcvcrish f ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Sitnnlure of II j NEW YOHK EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER SL I 1 11 of OtNTAYN 0 0 Tie of the Age Why Itecnuee It cum completely nud at once death bjr a nurnlrnl operation lint you would rather have IIles cured without the knife HAIII118 POSITIVE lUC CfltK will dolt Made only th LeltcbDrld rburmiiciilCo Inc Furmilety J H Hartford Ky 01 JJ A that will pay you to year I + Plant is what our are fur their work Wo give the kind of that counts from the start Term Sept 4th Write or nn n ANYBODY Lae lLe husr s tlt hlo June annl Ie Inl I 4S thus n ot nluee a no u trk aixLt the earlvl Xi Ufjr ladl lint loaiwe cIlc4 ue RIFLES PISTOLS AND blretctnailoMKl In t reference to all otlartheoldargoadl FIKEARMS I Ste oM hy ill coats tnj hanlwtrt ilealrn Atk then for our nukemost on retting k fAt to- ry t wlfiauetLnK Iust os YsI The ful tint Sle l den are tVAMANTULO PINIooUI1 prm 1 uu to tfl lure to sped nareu rant tenJ t o au 11 t Suuk ami II J OTSVENS ARMS 6 PO Box 4092 Chloopoo Falls Mass U 9 A for OA 100 PIT ear ill van a OASTORIA J For Infants and Children The Kind You Bears t i In ft Use uJfor Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TIll COMPANY MCW yOU CITY II IHarris Positive Pile Cure Biggest Seller AIIcaPeeoflllencnubecured by WILLIAMS ItItJtNJNN DO YOU WANTPosition from 500 5000 a graduates demanding training SalaryByNSBORO BUSINESS UNIVERSITY begins today Address Owensbor Busines Univerit Owensboro Kentucky equppetIto poostllrelyee STEVENS SHOTGUNS STtVUNS xxmt QALtTYI Subscribe THE HAUTFOUD REPUBLI Have AIwa Signature itrellereethepnngeofuliving JWNAu tTuoduWeertntrc Low One Way Colonist Rater Vlts Big Four Route- To CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHOMONTANA UTAH nod InJermcUlotc territory Ticket on t1iIo Alcli I to tny 15 For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned W A RItCSJLnNl11IIPhTAInrtumtLt Ohie HJ UVTKKfirnrrnl Acrnt- Ioiilnvlllp K4 4 +++++++ i FEJIArCURAi = UanyrumnllMfur Foumln Dlntum nr un IIle ia irVtt but the only mlP IblltJin prorvn td be in uhmhllnllolllltlvIulv furn fangs nf Fnniilx FEt t CL IIA A MuulM trlnl hill convince 1bP tuont kfpUcHl nf lit 10iot trornln fnrnflve riowirn Mndv only lijr the Ll rornalolij TrJlJlrtlJ I AHUACAI oilI J H WILLIAMSr Hartford Ky t44i ++++++++++ Ffi4tg A t i Hartford Republican leeuedbythe llnrtfnnl IlililUhlnKCoinimiiy lxronrnBAVril C K PUIlrIlMMtlllorI j TEtrttotEOC- Unc lon6MMMJaz- ucrht + vorII3 1FRIDAY NOVEMBER 24 Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us HAVE you ever stopped to count the political bosses who received a jab in the slats the 7th inst THERE are yet no tidings from the 950 Rosine corruption fund Cant some one give the defeated candi dates at least an inkling yH GASSAWAY DAVIS has announced that he is opposed to railway rate legislation and no one appears much surprised THE Mormon SenatorReedSmoot will likely have to walk the gang plank yet Heres hoping thathe will Bigamists even though they be Senators should be crushed OUR contemporary the Hartford Herald does not even offer an ap nology or excuse for the shameful way its late candidates attempted to buy or steal the election by means of their vote registers f TilE extending of the civil service rules by Postmaster General Cortel you so as to apply to postmasters of meritorious records is a long step towards ennoblement of the service and will no doubt relieve many public officials of the onorous tasks of recommending and choosing these servants Tim filing of a contest by James Hargis the oft accused mountain assassin against his successful oppo nent S S Taulbee eminently pre sonities the story of the drowning man grabbing at a straw He was defeated by a clean cut majority of over 500 and had he been accustom ed to regarding the will of the peo ple he would certainly have abided by the result QlITE numberteople have requested us to publish the tabulat ed vote by precincts of the recent election This would have been done in our issue following the election if the material necessary to put it into type had not been in use in other matter After our next issue this material will be released and you may watch our columns for the tabulated official vote on December nth ORGANIZED farmers as a class both of Ohio and Daviess counties are becoming somewhat disconcerted because the unorganized class as well as a few of those who are or ganized are selling their tobacco to alleged representatives of the to bacco trusts They claim and we think correctly so that it will help to break the farmers pool and when that is done the price will go back to its former rock bottom figures I It is opportune at this particular f ime that tobacco growers hang together and act in concent thereby present a strong united demand for equitable prices to every one for their tobacco as well as other products They can certainly win asI other organized labor has if will only have the patience and en hiranee SMALLHOUS- Nov 21Mr and Mrs Alva Cal loway and daughter Miss Maude went to Beda Saturday to attend the dedication of Bulah church Messrs Joe Bullock and Newbslt went to Hartford Friday Ed Hunter went to Utica Friday to be the guest of his sister Mrs J S Trunnell til Sunday 01V Overhults and B L Taylor went to Central City Saturday on businessMisses Nettie and Gusta Geiger went to Rockport iriday Miss Lula Hunter went to Ceralvo ThursdayMr Mrs M P Maddox and Miss Oma Maddox were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jesse Hill near South Carrollton Friday j Joe Bullock and family have mov ed to their new residence Mrs Maggie Faught who has been quite ill for sometime was able to be at the prayer meeting at Mr Jas H Fulkersons last Sunday j Mrs Sallie Drake spent last week at South Carrollton the guest of her daughter Mrs Will Nicholas Mrs Louisa OveVhults is the guest of her son Hill and near South Carroll tonIA protracted meeting is in progress at the Liter school house they are having a good meeting There has been several professions and sev eral at the anxious seat Sam Morton went to Evansville recentlyPrayer meeting will be at the res idence of Tom Godsey Sunday night- T R Barnard and family and Mrs Thompson of Livermore are the guests of Oppie Kittinger and other relatives here Mr Barnard will spend several days hunting while hereRev McConnell Beaver Dam filled his first regular appointment at Equality Saturday nightand Sunday He will if agreeable with the church begin a protracted meeting his next regular appointment the third Saturday and Sunday in December Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter went to Rockport Tuesday Wanted 40 Pick Miners at McHenry Mines McHenry Ky MCHENRY CoAL COlllrANY By R T WEDDING tf BEDA Nov 22The Cumberland Pres byterian church at this place was dedicated Sunday Rev J D Harned preached the dedicatory ser monHenry Park and wife and Mrs Travis Maple Andersonville visited Mrs W C Bennett Saturday night and Sunday Marvin Parks has scarlet fever Mrs Ambrose Miller and Mrs Azro Rowan visited Mrs S A Ben nett Wednesday Walter Parks and Malon Benton Owensboro visited their parents Saturday night and Sunday Mrs F B Bidwell is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S P Bennett this week Mrs B M Bennett has rheuma tismMiss Ethel Bennett Hartford is visiting her parents this week Fred Ambrose Owensboro attended the dedication Sunday Tom Bennett and family Alvey Calloway and family Smallhous vis ited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Mrs S L Baird Kinderhook vie ited Mrs J W Bennett todaIMiss Lola Bennett vho has been at i McHenry for the past three weeks i returned home Tuesday I Ellis King of Henderson visited his sisters Mrs J C Park and Miss j Alice King Saturday night and Sun day Rupert Bennett and family Beav er Dam visited his parents B M i Bennett and wife Monday- I M Bennett returned from Meade county Saturday Notice All persons having claims against A Webb decaased will present same to me properly proven on or before December 15 1905 or be forever barred ROUT WEB Admr HAD A CARPET PLAYGROUND Auctioneer Stretches Fabric on Sidewalk nnd Children Romp Over It in Gleeful Fashion It is not often that Tenth avenue children get a chance to route on velvet carpets That oppor unity was afforded thou the other day by mi auctioneer of the neighborhood says the New York Press A piece of green carpet that made you fool UK though you were walking on moss was stretched for a distaua of 20 feet CatarrhIs a constitutional disease originating in impure blood constitutional treatment acting through and purifying the blood or- Its radical and permanent cure Be sure to take HoodsSarsaparillaNasal i are quickly relieved by Catarrlets which allay Inflammation and deodorize dischargeHoods Sarsaparffla all druggists ilCatarrlets mall order only 50 cts For testimonials of remarkable cures send for our Book on Catarrh No 4 C L H004COweINaII I a ion the sidewalk in front of the auctioneers store It lay there for more than two hours Upon first appearance passersby in lined to turn out ami take the street for fear of soiling it hut as the minutes passed lord nobody connected with the establish ment interfered the timid grew holder and dared to tread upon the carpet They went alioiit it half fearfully at the stiirt First one foot was set down tiptoe then the other ftlIItlWI1in the same tent 0 tie fashion Presently the sole of the shoe was allowed to touch the delectable meshes and by and thattiltmarched right across the patch of velvet as brazenly as if they had been used to carpets three inches thick all their lives lint it was the children who got the most enjoyment out of the lux spotfromsomersaults and played leapfrog till it seemed as if their whole in ternal composition would be permanently turned upside down Before that calamity took plnce however two men came out of the store and hauled the carpet in Why they hind paved the sidewalk with it so lung was then rind still s u mvsterv PILGRIMAGE TO LUXEMBURG Tourist Tells of Annual Journey to Historic Shrine Afflicted Thousands Seek Cures 411 have just returned trout a visit to my native state of Luxem burg which I Bad not seen for more than Ml years said Hein rich Jiirsrhherg of New Ilm Minn to the Milwaukee Sentinei I arrived in Luxemburg in time to witness the annual Iii grimage to the shrine of St Wile brodus who lived in the middle ages and who was alllicted with Sr Vitas dance It appears that after the death of this saint inarty miraculous cures of persons sim ilarly nlllk ted were made at his stave and at the present time th first Tuesday after IVnterost is set apart as his day Thousands of those alllirted with Si Virus dance visit his shrine Oil dint diiy Those who are so ill mi to 1IIII1111hlt to attend are represented by their 1llatinsImud this representation to be as HlhmdniiH as a personal lilt grimiige J Pill two or three days befoTe j the day of the pilgrimage all thuIrailroads running to the little lage where the shrine is IlIrahlIIwere crowded The kneipen did an tIHII1II0Ut busi iicji On the Morning of the trip to the church fuly LOOIKI alllicted persons or relatives of sufferer mlllifrOllllhfIhllllh theyformedhands Many hands of music ac companied tIll procession which Started at a given signal To the tune of a sacred march the procession proceeded on it f1 way tit pilgrims marching slow ly with a sort of dame step Four slops forward backward in rhythmic motion they made the half mile to the church in a short time The entrance to the church I was made with the greatest rover race and before the altar in a me tallic casket lay the corpse of the saint who hits been dead for cen turies The casket was opened enough to permit a view of the body being provided with hinges for that purpose Each passer looked upon the sacred corpse upon the altargcnu fleeting mud muttering prayers and making the sign of the cross rapidly several times After all had viewed the corms the pilgrim age was 01IA Good Thing Mrs Newbrydt1 got some hums here lust month that my bus band liked very much Have you got any more of the sane kind The Grocer Ycsm Oot1 dozen left from the same pig Oh thats nice Give me six of themCleveland Leader i 1Tbeywillsin young m II l who poses i Indeed 1 rejoined Miss Cay Doe What a tiresome epi taph Washington Star t THE LATEST NEWS I Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems Judge James Harris and four oth er no miness on his ticket have tiled petitions consisting the election of the Fusion ticket The fusionists claim they are prepared for the fight The Commissioners of the Feeble Minded Insititute at Frankfort in their animal report ask for an np propriationfor the enlargement of that institution It has lets inmates and is badly crowded The Kentucky State Conference of Charitiesjand Corrections which is in scssionlatJOwcnsboro will ask the Lcpislatuie to itUMuli juvenile courts reformatory for women loin other remedial legislation j Extreme dissatisfaction is said to lie prevailing in Washington over j the report of the consulting hoard on the Panama Canal The foreign numbers of the board are said to be indignant and sorry they accepted the invitation to join the conference Quick change from hot to cold and I hack again try strong constitutions nnd cause among other evils nasal catarrh a troublesome and offensive disease Sneezing and snufling coughing and difficult breathing and the drip drip of the foul discharge into the threat allare ended by Elys Cream Balm This honest told positive remedy containg no cocaine mercury nor other harmful ingredi eat The worst cases are cured in a short time All druggists COc or mailed bv Ely Bros 50 Vamn Street New York Your Grocer Give Guaranteed Cream Tartar iaking t Alum Baking interfere with digestion are un healthfulAvoid AS HARTFORDTo- wers Above all Other Towns in the County in Prominence as a DRY GOODS MARKET 0 0 SO DOES Long rCosEconomy Store Loads all others ill point of magnitude of Stocks extent of variety general excellence uniformly prices GREAT BARGAINSill 1Othrel through entile month in Dress Goods Sill lhlnlttI il s JJlankels Hosiery Winter Under wear lot lung Shops Notions The strong price inducements not fail to inter est every one and all the cordially invited to visit LONG COS ECONOMY STORE Hartford Kentucky E P BARNES BRO new departmentiteeming with correct Merchandise of kind everything newand uptotheminute We are putting on sale this week an 111Itlleurn overs and all the now think 1 in Neckwear and lielts Any lady can find something that will please at either 2oe oOc Too or SI each White and Black Silk Shawls In quite a variety of patterns There is nothing more Ire sy alld S rviceablo than a nice Silk at 1 175 250 350 and 4 each Make You of t a Pow ders and the alum t and low this Out and low will v With every Keep Ladies Ladies Shawl Priced I Suspenders One nf the trongwt lea Hires in our Jilts Fmnibh iII Hoods section is ourI line of Suspenders Bought direct from one of the lurgi t factories in the coun try No middlemans profit on these Suspenders We can give you a Suspender our 25c 3tic lord 50c each that has full twenty per cent more value in it than any store in the country This week a now lot of these Suspenders will he placed at your disposal SHIRTS SHIRTS In our TiO 75o and 100 lino of mens nice Shirts you will find overy Pattern new and strictly according to this seasons fashions and we positively guarantee every Shirt we sell to give perfect satisfaction for the price we charge Beaver Dam Kentucky i h Fairs Thanksgiving Spaeo would bu inadtMiuato for us to express our thankfulness to our patrons for their liberal patronage during the past year Wo certainly appreciate it Wo are striving lily by day to give to our trail o the very best merchandise that the markets iiflbrd at the lowest possible prices Satisfied customers are what wo want It every purchase is not satisfactory we shall consider it a flavor to have yuu call und ill form u- sRead Special Prices Below Thanksgiving Cloak Sale We do not expect to sell Cloaks to everybody but wo do invite you to call and see our line For this special sale wo have received sonic extraordinary garments in Brown Castor and Black that wo consider would bo cheap at 10 that all may wear 98speCHtlThanksgiving Furs The strong demand the high quality and low pri ces wo are giving are drawing cards in our Fur de partment Look whore you please then como to us wo absolutely guarantee you bettor goods a larger selection at a lower price than any house in Ohio county Thanksgiving Overcoat and Suit Sale Men must bo cared for as well as tho ladies So wo havo prepared some special prices on extra good r I values in Suits and Overcoats For this sale only wogivo you pick of any SI 250 Suit or Overcoat not the cheapest made qualities but uptodato in 1098only I Thanksgiving Basement Sale Our basement is always 11111lf real values but fOI this special occasion wo have nrndo extra flint iu this department Ixcmombor nothing is over lie and IOu in price but you uot Joe oOu values Jont take our word for itwo insist on you Conning and see rI yourselfI Tlu u specials do nut include our stock Hemein bor wo art headquarters for Dry Joods Underwear Shoes etc We oiler more goods fosamo money or same goods fur Toss money than any house in Hurt ford The 1Lrgain 1VerB I Manford Republican u FRIDAY NOVEMBER Illinois Contral RailroadTime Tablo Vnrlli Iliiiiiiil No ISJiw 407 n m- Nn I2dnI2amp in- NoIU9IIn99r p IN Nutllli llniinil- No 191 lIlltfllKUMUI Nit 101 lni iM p D- iNnlll din DO ff n I NOTIUI Tin nitiViiinAX win prlii I irro of fhnru Jlrniory ollcrw llillllHrlro Krkiiliilioit of Itrprr- lEMtIhr rxlrui nl IfiO word All nvrr hint mount ve1urge form HIP rntf ill Ir per word rnb In HtUimer Article In rxreC nl 110 wnrcltt wil- lherudmrulo required Unlit nnlmH money IM iirnl wllli iimnimrrtnl Io erJ Ic n word in every Inmnnce Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant Pretty line of Golf Gloves at Fairs Let Fairs sell you your Linens for Thanksgivings Fairs sell the Underwear because their prices are right ReveLTichenor Matanzas called to see us yesterday I My Myl Fresh Oysters Fish and Celery atCitv Restaurant j Mrs AB Stanley is quite ill at her home at Beaver Dam Arbin Petty the tailor is ready to do your work in firstclass style Nicest line of Cakes and Crackers in Hartford at City Restaurant We have the best goods for the least money CARSON Co I Highest ash prices paid for furs SAM BACH We want Turkeys Eggs Chickens Ducks and Feather CARSON Co We will pay 20 cents for eggs I until further notice CARSON Co IMr Alex Hudson City was the guest of H C 11 right and family Sunday We give it up Long Co haveJ the bargains in Underwear at Econ omy Store Mr D F Gibbs and Esq D J Wilcox Rnckpflrt were pleasant callers Tuesday Economical buyers always visit Fairs 5c and lOc basement before leaving town No advance in Shoes at Fairst Same qualities at old prices Call and see them Ladies why pay high prices for your Furs when Fairs show you same goods at a lower price Mr M F Sharp county organs izer of the A S of E Narrows was a pleasant caller Wednesday You can always get newest things and the most for your money at Long Cos Economy StoreA I Ladies clothing pressed by J A Petty manager of the Hartford Pressing Club See the big line of neckwear andf InLongSome real new things at Fairs in I Ladies Neckware and Belts If vou havent Been them como at onceIn 5 A u ITale your furs to Sam Bach and highest cash price for them It has been reported that Kirg Barrett of Barrette Ferry had horse stolen while at Hartford dayLeave your laundry at Cleve Her ig grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry IGtf A big pick up in Cloaks at Cat them last week Values an style will surprise you Call and see them Some special values now in Milliner at Fairs Mean to close the stockat once Better see us before you buy Mr W F Condit Matanzas wh is a member of the petit jury at the present turn oftourt called to see us Tuesday If you havnt bought your winter apparl come to Carson Co Ware e better prepared to fit you up than any one else Mr II L Taylor Rochester who is in attendance at circuit court as aof member of the petit jury madeus a pleasant call Tuesday baset He will make it look as good as new We have an elegant line of Ladies Cloaks at 150 to 18 Mens Over coats 2 to 15 All of the newest and latest styles CARSON Co Mrs Lucy Klein and neice Miss Sallie Klein of Bicknell Indarrived Tuesday to be the guests s Mrs J B Foster for a few daysI Master Estil Barnett son of Col and Mrs C M Barnett who has been quite ill of typhoid fever for the past five weeks is very much im proved City Restaurant most uptodate place in Hartford Everythin- neat as a pin Everything good to eat Everything cooked as order el We have n good assortment of Guinea Flannels Outing Cloths Chi voits Ducks Percalls and all kinds of woolens at the lowest prices CARSON Co Moore Crabtree will sell you beef by the quarter at Ic per pound for front quarter and ojc per pound for hind quarter and will cut it up for you They pay cash for hides Mr James McCormick and family and Mr II M McCormick of the Nocreek neighborhood left the first of the week for Artesia New Mexico when they will make their home in the future i Tootsy Owen a boy about eighteen years old of Magan was taken into j custody by a Deputy U S Marshal one day last week and taken to Ow ensboro on a charge of attempting ttJdistroyed a rural mail box amIImothSons of Evansville Ind and his two agents IIP Downs of LivermoTe and W A Haney of Evansville Ind are in tho city attending court Mr R B Martin Sheriff electhas anouncod the appointment of the following deputies E H Morgan Magan S A Bratcher Matanzas L P CrowderRosine Appoints to fill the other places will likely follow boon I Mr and Mrs Fon Rogers and children Pikesville Ky who have been the guests of S T Brown and family will return to their home to day They were accompanied home by Miss Eva Brown who will spend winter In the absense of Rev Mrs woosI ley the dedicatorial services new Cumberland PresbyterianS church at Beda last were i conducted by Rev J D Harned A large crowd was in attendance and a sumptuous dinner was spread If you are needing photos of yourself or any member of your family dont miss the opportunity SChroeterslaFloating man owes his family to master a trade or Read the display advertiseI of the six Morse Schools of in this issue and learn how easy a young man or young lady may learn telegraphy and be assured tf I See our big line of Ladies Collars and Chiinjsettes also new Belts and various other things that are entire ly new toLONG ACos EcoNOMY STORE WANTED By Chicago Manufact uring House person of trustworthy ness and somewhat familiar with lo cal territory as assistant in branch office Salary 18 paid weekly Permanent position No investment notIAddress Manager Branches Como Block Chicago 12112 RENDE- Re 21Chas Wilson Central City was here last Wednesday BedaJwere guests of Mr and Mrs A V Bennett last Wednesday Chas Millard was in Rosine last Thursday Jno Hoskins was in Rockport last Thursday Claud McKenncy Beaver Damii was here last Thursday Chester Keown deputy sheriff Hartford was here last Thursday G L Miller Cloverport was here last Friday David Wadkins Central City was I here last Friday C L Loney went to Central City last Friday I Sam Jones Louisville was here last FridaySimon Jones was in Hartford last SaturdayHarry Draper and Carl Robinson and Jno Francis were in Rosine last Saturday HfGladys Innis attended services at the Christian church in Beaver Dam last SundayD Royalof Rosine was here yesterdayT Depoy was here yesterday wasghereIDr J 0 McKenney Beaver Dam was here yesterday Dr H B Innis went to Louisville I on legal business today Messrs Bridge and Bethel Louis I villa were here today Revs Drake and Herndon areI carrying on a revival meeting here J Hope some good will be done J Simon Stevens postmaster was l ldayRev N C Robinson is on the sick listMrs f P L Neighbors Powderly t is the guest of her parents Mr and t Mrs L Francis CLOSING OUT SALE I must sell my entire stock of Hardware c for spot I cash at cost or less in the inAnything ie 18tf WSTinsley MATA ZAS Nov 23Rev J A Bennett of Utica corresponding secretary of the Baptist Ministers Aid Society tpreached two very able sermons at the Baptist church here last Saturday and SundayeiW F Condict is attending court at Hartford this week j Mrs L C Taylor returned from I Evansville last Thursday where she had gone to purchase her household 1 goods preparatory to going to house te I + keeping Rev L W Tichenor preached at the Baptist church at Render last Sunday Misses Nettie and Augusta Gieger who have been spending several days with their sister Mrs C A returned to their home at a few days ago S A Bratcher will move with his family to Hartford soon- NARROWS Nov 21Mrs Hettie Lemons who has been visiting her father Mark Clough returned to her home CynthianaTuesdayMrs Ark is her father Mark Clough Mrs Myrtle Armendt Fords thejI John Jones and wife Fordsville visited Mrs Jones sister Mrs Arthur Wilson and Mrs Monroe Har prison Saturday and Sunday Mrs A R Renfrew visited her parentflThomas Duke and wife near ClothingNews Now is the time to enjoy the corn fort ofa nice warm SUIT and OVERCOAT e Our stock is complete in both We have just recently received for Xmas a special shipment of Winter Suits Overcoats Mens Odd Pants Work Jackets and Coats Gents Furnishings Hats and ShoesShoes in all styles and quality for Men Women and Children The best of School Shoes especially can be had here at the lowest prices Sam BachHartford Ky + + + 4 + + ++ + i++ BANK OF HARTFORD ArICOJI Ol ArEJ tr+ Ha- i 4000000SurplusStockholders Addil Liability 4000000 00000Aoj J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier to H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier W FOHDI HHP TAYLOR JNO C rnO lAS +e ++++++++++ + +++ + ++ na ft rwM Sunnydale Monday Mrs Thomas Wright and children Moorehouse Mo are visiting relatives at Magan Miss Alma Petty is spending the week with Friends at Barretts FerryJohn Ragdale Sulphur Springs was here Wednesday Esq William Green Grayson county was here Monday Rural carrier R M Kuykendolls new substitute arrived last week Ho will not enter into active service for several years to come yet Fletcher Hardison and Noah White have secured employment in the L N machine shops at Louisville They will begin work there about the first of December- A E Jennings will move to Sul Springs next week Eugene Kirby will occupy the house vacated by Jennings Dresden Bean and wife after a six I t xurii YAlnro 7 1 R HOLBROOK JNO T MOORE Ho4o+ Hoo4oJoe Directors Imonths stay at Harrisburg III have returned to their home at Sulphur SpringsPete Wing a wellknown citizen liveing just over the Grayson line above Olaton died Sunday Plans are on foot to build a large tobacco warehouse here Messrs Sam Bennett and Alonuo rnuupi are the projectors The houso will be completed in time for use next yearThe A So of E Local had seven additions at the meeting here Satur day CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS But Couch Sjrnip Ttttai Good DM In time Sold by dnicrltt 1 IHORSETHIEF CHARITY FUND iMoney Left by Rustlers Is Found When Old Woman Who Cared for It Passed Away An interesting story is that of what is known as the Present fundof Prince Williams parish now parts of Hampton anti lleaii fort counties South Carolina It seems that in the early palt of the last century on old womai who lived alone in an isolated por lion of what was then Beaufort distract was on lier deathbed tun sent for a lawyer to draw her will to dispose of the little lint and few acres of laud which she had After she had designated to whom these were to go the law yers told her that to avoid any le gal trouble over her will she should insert a clause disposing of whatever else she might have overlooked She therefore desig nated that if there should be found anything else belonging to her undisposed of it should betaken in charge of by a certain prominent citizens of Gillisonrilli ns trustee for the use of the white poor of Prince Williams parish Then sho died When the old womans house hold effects were examined for distribution as she had directed u quantity of gold and silver coins said to amount to about 10000 were found under her mattress It has always been believed that this money had been given to the old woman by horse thieves who either had died or been run out of the country and had been afraid to return to get it About the early part of last con tury there were several gangs of horse thieves that operated along the coast of Virginia to Florida and it was from the hanging of some of these men by a mob head ed by a man named Lynch in Vir ginia that the term lynch law is said to have hen derived Mrs Present lived ill a very isolated part of the district Bud it has always been believed that these thieves used to make her house their stopping place and gave her the money to keep and that slit was afraid to tell of its possession oven 011 her deathbed THE MANEATERS OF INDIA Great Tigers Find That Human Be ings Are Far Enslerto Kill and Better to Palate The man eater is the jungle nightmare of India and numer- Ous ore the theories to account for its abnormal appetite Commonly it is said to bean old tiger which has found game too ditllcult to bring down or a sickly tiger which has resorted to man killing in its weakness as the easier method says Outing The consensus of ipinion among experienced hunt ers and observers is however that a man enter is an excattle killer which in conflict with herd ers who fur often quite brave in defense of their cattle has dis covered how much less work it is to kill a man than cattle for the cattle killer is usually fat and lazy Nothing IIHK been found so far as I have discovered to slug Best appetite for human llesh as the impelling motive or that man caters reject mull llesh not human or Unit the rubs of a man eating tigress inherit the mankilling propensity limber it is a case of contempt for man bred of far milieu ity11111 more often the lust lays hold of the tigress very likely because in foraging for her cubs taR she docs until they begin to hunt for themselves at sevenI months and in their defense sIll has ome more frciientlv in eon tact with man or it may be because till ffinnle is more numer oils than the male or because by rat ire the slyer and more vicious ir niulyslit is a bend incarnate wIll every second year she gives lirtli to cubs usually two which it i move about with her until sit res old and no doubt her iSl citioii is not improved by the I vsity of concealing the young sfirs front the tiger who els- etst l devour them Swallow tile Koran An ofllcial report to the British I aiiiiiment Oil the condition of generallyrpf are in good r 1 Vi whit hs Ill 1t11 surprising ii i Itring tint IHV ivjy wh11 b IK Hi iii1 MV itll I of u initivi I I wlI ufli x iminiug lit- hit uitt wuttfs cxiiiiitH from the Korau in Arabic on a wooden tub r1Y w rtriv rp qv rp rT1j jvj Ji0U TTMT nr M ic tnf1ivTcixzi Iffilt5orggagg rygwf A REMARKABLE YEAR A Record Break r Thus Far in Quantities And Quacia Bountiful Crops Sleek Herds Granaries overflowing Prices good on all Farm Products Bunk Account Swelling Good Feeling nIl Around Everybody HappyIWith this kind of feeling there is no reason why tho limners of this suction should not foul good11e are slaking preparations to supply their needs in our various lines At this time of tho year wo are talking Mitehel Studebaker and Old hickory Wagons which are time leaders in this territory told we have time prices that are pleasing everyone Remember we guarantee these wagons to be time strongest and longest lived wag ons out ho market Since beginning business we have sold in time neighborhood JUUU wagons and we could not have done this if we had not had the best goods in the market and sold them at tho right pries Fence Wo are general agents also for American field Fence which is tho best fence on the market and stands like a stone wall The L H St L Railroad has con tracted for this fenco to be placed from one end of their road to the other which is evidence that they have thoroughly iilvestigatuclall other fences and decided on this because it is tho host Wo have some inside prices for you for tho next thirty days on all size hav ing just received lieu carloads and can make some good figures for 1t1 The tablet is then washed and the water drunk by the patient JAPANS RISE IS RAPID That Is Reason for So Many Inquiries Into Characteristics of the Insular Nation Not infrequently a man previously unknown to the general pub lie is brought to the front so rapidly by the chain of events that in n few days or weeks the whole world is asking what manner of Ulan he is The war between Russia and Japan has plated the oriental na tion in the position of this man that was previously known of Japan it is the events of the last two years which have shown the characters of the people to other nations which have disclosed the national traits the ideals and time power to attain them Among the things which Japan has accomplished and which the world now recognizes ns accom- Plished is the mastery of the prin ciples of western civilization as well as the knowledge of there suits of such civilization This They lea llledllPir naval tactics from Knglaml and their military strategy and army organization i from Jermany hunt they have im proved upon both examples They i took the most advanced knowl II c of hygiene and medicine and jmirgery and applied it to the armies in the Held the most mod ern methods of transportation mind created a wonderful commis surlut till latest results in JMUI p rv aud explosives iiinl mud1 tor 11 H J OWdT stl JM s mori eiTctivt I So much for their material and military achievements The show ing in the field of ethics and ideals is no less striking They have dis played a national intent and abil ity scrupulously to keep their promises and a national modesty which has prevented boasting Their ideal of patriotism is so ex alted that while men of other na tions are willing to die for their country the Japanese patriot is anxious to die Moreover their patriotism is strong enough to en able them to keep the national se crets Without professing Christian ity Japan even in prosecufing Will hurls displayed a spirit of Christianity so conspicuous as to haute nations which preach more Mud practice less Finally in end ing the war the mikado showed a moderation and humane consider lit Iou worthy of the most enlight erred ruler ONE FROG MADE THE NOISE Slaughter of MusicMakers Does Not Finnish Repast for Hungry Sa loonists Supporters Till spellbinder was describing the lamentable condition in which his chiefs opponents would thud themselves after election They remind me said he of Jakes big frogs legs dinner My friend Jako used to keep It little lager beer saloon over in West New York somewhere near the end of the car line Out behind the ssiloon there was a nice big mud pout which Jake decided when he bought the place would be line for ducks It was pood for the ducks all right but Juke and the rest of the fumiv couldnt slerji at niulit fnl I Ill oor of Iho frogs In 1 o por d Ill mix tlioso frogs iild Jako to himself So he hired a iouj i of 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 mist that we have tale of the largest hardware houses in Western Kellttllkalld can furnish you Hardware the same as anything else at close prices The famous Smoke Consumer Stoves are still in tho land Please cull and examine them aunt you will be with the balance take one out and be convinced Wo shall be glad to see you at out turn whore you will fine a heart v welcome YourE More Husiness The To Jaillhley9INCORPORATED Hartford Kentucky Notwithstanding TalallleolltoftllllatlIol men to mule and drain off the pond Meantime he sent out word to his friends to gather for a din ner the chief feature of which was to be frogs legs Nowyou know theres no better eating than frogs legs fried just right with beer ou the side HO that night about LO of us gathered in the hick roost of lakes saloon There was a big table with a tine white cloth and all the pre liminaries went ofl nicely hut we were hungry for frogs legs mill told Jake so He called Maria his wife Maria walked in with a big pan carried straight out In her gums On that pan was a big plate and on that plate just two legs Maria put the plate on I hi table and went out Wo looked at Jake and Jake looked at us- 11here are all the frogs legs t we demanded There they are Jake replied Only olle frog hut a tremendou lot of noise Exchange of Territory An agreement has been trenched between the Bplinll auld Prussian governments for the cession to Helghim of the neutral territory of Moresnrt III exchange for L strip of land adjoining t lit town of Kupcn in 1riissiu 11 miles from AixlaChapelle and close to the Itelgian fruitier Thus tilt small st European state hills been blot ted out The existence of Mores net as an independent state dates front the treaty of AixlaCha Later it was under the joint protectorate of Russia amid Rolgiuui The latter country now jooeleiglItlof U01T JOO IUV- TMeasim without moderation i i Iwnys m fl whh mittsI 10 Tribune q C A S X aiABeari i6e1d KM You Hag Alwiirs Bcuztt SIgnature 1G- f u eePBIG FOUR j- P The Best Line to Indianapolis P PeOria Uliicayi p Toledo + iI Detroit P i Cleveland PBuffaloi Ntw York I Boston + j And all other points East P t Information cheerfully fur CityjI t45i Fourth avenue or write to S J GATES j Gen 1 Agent Passenger Deptr i Louisville K- ytrmvsoonoI I + oS BEST FOR THE- BOWELS It 011 havent a rcsnlir lietltbr movement of th- bowelerngdoyJoutolllorwlllbe Keep jronr bowels and p or violent lUijtle cr pill poiroubbanrerous The smoothest eatleit mot perfect way keeping tho bowels clear anil clean la to tak- oCANDY I CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY Deaiant Palatable Potent Tnnto loot Do hood Never Slekf Weaken or Orlpei 1011 and forfreoumpleandbookietonhealtb Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN I Ie M IlillSTT I riMITII tBAKNETf SMITH ATTORNEY SAT LAW- n l iti niKii UY Will ir ili itbrlrinili liiii In nil tlt miiirtr unuItp1IIllIllIlttonUItIII Mr rum 1u11rtlnaendthlrartkofitrrIIII n1 IlrItn 1IlIdlne 1II WtlllIIrrl h4 pr tlna In oblu ad ad- Juintneonaty and I lbe court of AppMU rrlnilunl praethe nml i llrtloiM a arlaltjr 11111 Ih tlerald bllJind On CHAS M CROWE LAWYL RtkhLtlrmrosn Ky n1Iprartlrhiaprorwnian In all tk roifaf Ihlo aad ngnlnlna manand hi thk rna- ratppala eperlalatenrlonarentri1lminal p- pra tiVanittUllrtIOIU amrnray kt and l irtrroti I 11 rIJNO B WILSON AlTORiVEi AT LAW HARTFORD KV r0koroany= === =H R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAIMTOIUI KY WIIrlI Stat d p d Poart urulrlvIhiruglY I lore nhr Ithh nutty i iBfc mi 1 IHIAVHIX Ktstat UOIIIIVMII 1 ilEA VRlN WOODWARD C OalClfiS LlrtCta KvHillIn nil tIflt arle stIna rmrr at dnr I IInk of Ilarlfo W H BARNES r1NpealSy1IlANtrno KT- It Iii rrhinpdwnittppnnlImlrnrRtl In hl Pal 1a-ywt Dv Imn Inranrthcur t YANCYL WOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LA v inrlforil Kfnlnc v E 1111 IlMitlr hl prafeloll In nil h Ponrt of- IlhlonodndJuiplaanuati L + oat III I lift lnppwl I Sntorr 1Ilblk mrr over 1Ir xnon i lnnk IS oo EARS- EIPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DnlGNSIi c Anronn irndlnc iktlrb nnd qulrklr uccruin nir oplnlnn frt whether 36 Invention II pal ah e Commun- lIlonutrldlrronOden11aL HAIIDBOOK on lalepq- ernt IIIenlnolltt without charee Intbo Scientific RmericanrA hindiomtlr UlnnlrilM wrcklr lamest ffrulalinn of any tcltnilflo Tf rnn + newldeleraMUNN t Ilrtncb Office CH Y HU Wuklomon 1JC Y dROCURrDANDDErENDiOnd nport a4 t FreJrka how la cbula ntea4 hula mMkJL ICupywdbtAcCIN ALL COUNTRIESIeJliuliust Jirtfl win II 0Patentr AVrllcr corns to uit 1t OtlciI617 re ROUGH RIV f TELEPnr COMP JY IPtnnT I The Rongh River Telephone Co is Independent owned andoperated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll service which isconstantly being ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 ctr miles IScts 45 miles 15 ets fe- W 3ciIA CHANDLER Gen Mpr- Hartford Ky J W JUAN 4 CPcalMr itittl imam Ky lcnxv 1f- p p r Balm RIDER AGENTS WANTED SSci Stowejr fteesaaf3 until ytu and approve of bicycle Iat1vcAI241900fllol1als TirestS1P ffifin Ary or model feint at onethird usun bcsIt anyfmp FREE TRIAL uoforo purchnso Is binding 5OO and Hand Wheels 80lots n In iradi i liv nor Oil aini to a kex ors Ln d s goq I ar mien HYUUurbigUTiHSESs4si Regular prco 3a 5c lr pair 5woYou aSunplottsuiess LETPalNO MORE TROUUr n PUNCTURES Result of li v exprrb In Urn mnklncr PINSNAIrrAOKSozCLASS yiriouH punctures 1ku Intiationnl ktiiio cuts cun bo vulonnlzcd llko any otlar tire I Pcrnl for Catalocuo T showlnc alt ris sad makes of tens at tlM per pair IInlnpal pricesNnilcomike Soft iiuin mid ruy Itldlnif Wo will ship C0 D ON APPROVA- AND EXAMINATION ur rs a nl Wo will avow a enl dlucount of fi llirrcliy maklnir tho price W50 per pair If you send full ommh with order Tiixn to ho n tuned at our eiptiito It not eatlifactory on examination V MEAD CYCLE CO Deyt II JL CHICAGO ILLa OUR CLUBBING RATES TUB llBiunucAN und Louisville Hcrald125I-m llKiUUucAX und Louisville Daily Herald TUB KiruuucAX and CourierJournal 150 TUB llKiumicAN tall St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TiillKiUiiMCAN und Home and Farm 125 TUB RKIUIJUOAX lull Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 TUB llBrunucAv HUll Twicoa Week ChvensboroInquirer 175 TUB KBIUIIMCAV and Daily Chvensboro Inquirer TUB liBiunucAN and TwiconWcok Oboro Messenger 175 TUB RKIMJIIUCAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN v a- i I Panola ITbeI strung and well PAN o LA has no equal for ImlieeRtlun Dyspepsin ol the Head Throat Stomach Bowels Uvt ann KidneysI 4 La Grippe nod general debility Made by the IiKTCHFiran PilAR A UACAL Co Inc For sale bIi J H WILLIAMS I rr ti rohU Southern Raiway Shortest ani Fastest Line- s1riCJl Lexington ani Louisville i HisaoI l the West- Two trains daily as follows Leave Lexington 010 a in Lou isville 900 a m arrive at St Louis G12 p in Carrying vestibuled coaches and Cafe Observatton Par lor CarMeals a la cartethrough without cange Leave Lexington G30 p m Lou isville 1015 p m arrive at St Lou is 732 am carrying free reclin ing chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without change Reserve Sleeping Car at 111 ItostMainSt Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Union Depots Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this of lice cheap Nasal CATARRHIn should be clenUoeea Elys Cream cleanses soothes beau the dUeued membrane It cures catarrh and drlrei away a cold la the head quickly receive your nuil Sox Cream Balm It placed lain the ooitrlu spread orer the membrane and It Relief 1lm mediate and apure follow It la not drjlng doei not prodace sneezing Largefilze 10 cents atDrug- gists or by mall Trial Size 10 centi by mall EL BROTHERS BS Warrtn Street Nef York Sne F 4 il EASY RIDING STRONG DURABLE SELF HEALING FULLY COVERED by PATENTS BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ken 300 370 Catarrh berths and abeorbed Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price goal Agricultural and AlilleralLands alone the line of the IIRON ROUTE- n Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via SL LOUIS AND MEMPHIS recJnlnachlllrfirst and third Tuesdays of each pamphletsfolder H C TOWNSEND leul Partad Tkt t W011 RTO MATTHEWS rrurlinrPassngdrat UDJSTIU f I Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For rlenA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Money back If It fall I TroublesI OUR WEEKLY NEW YORK LETTE A Few Suggeitloni ai to Negligee Drilling Jackets of China Silk Jap anese Cropo With Butterflies Chan 1tiny Lace Voile tho Newt Caper Cy RENE DEVERAUX When III search of a gift for n wo than fond of dainty upparel mul by tln way the ChrlHtniHH season Is close upon us choose one of this seasons charming negllgeo nUll It winy snfel bo sold youll be certain to please Never Imvo I seen so great n variety of exquisitely innilu breakfast jackets hocoinlng dressing sacks practlcul bull robes mill luxurious lounging gowns nil ready to slip Into when the occasion calls for them So bewitching Indeed pnrdotTallt Home of these urn fashioned of ma terials e inally itpproprlHte for cvenlns gowns while others quite ns effective lire delightfully simple their cede- cliarut lying In their grace of outline loin an nrtlMIc manner of trlmmlnc There nro crepe do chine negligees with lace Insets throughout plain nod milled and otherH simply edged hnnd embroidered scallops Of course the real Japanese crepe kimonos nre brLAn exceedingly picturesque ono n these was of n soft shade of blue crepe upon which were embroidered gorgenu- ibnttrrales cf nil sizes and colors gold with brown tipped wings predominat lag A soft whlto Japanese crepe win elaborately adorned with hand em broidered storks with outstretched wings gad n less expensive kimono was made of a brilliant shade of crlm son crcpc cloth with artistic of Japanese chrysanthemums scaltrrti- epou It A very lovely little dressing sack which could be easily copied nt home was of pink albatross side plaited upon a tiny yoke buck and front Its low round neck and elbow sleeves be ing finished with n dainty buttonhole DAINTY 1IANIIUAPG NEGLIGEE BUOOESTIOX lon ctiiusTMAs GIFT stitch worked In pink lloia A novel feature was the front yoke fastening which was formed of broad white satin ribbons bleed through four large silk covered rings time ribbons tied nnd hanging to the skirt of the gown In frost Tho newest breakfast jackets are very short skirted reaching but a trifle below tho waist line An exceedingly becoming model Is shown lu the cut This little negligee Is made of rose pink chlna silk trimmed with a dainty pattern of vnleuclennes lace Inset nbqve time hem and appllod in a tiny READ THIS Trenton Ky Jan 24 1905Dr- E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir Please find enclosed 100 for one bottle of your Texas Wonder I used one bottle for kidney and blad der trouble I want this bottle form wife It is a real wonder and one of the greatest medicines in the world I was passing pure blood and one bottle cured me soundand well You can use my testimonial and photograph if you wish Yours truly R A WILLIAMS Real Estate AgentA TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your j 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 Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mo bolero effect There Id n bit of liana embroidery on till front of the yoke mud the neck Ls finished with u soft luce rnlllu drawn up with pink ribbons tlironii heading Time short How Red xleevix nre fully plaited und hush nt the bottom with two rows of In sertlni above the hem A fetching blue albatross gown was slrlkltiKiy trimmed wltu rows of nar row block vlvnt ribbon applied In a jrwlan design down the fruit mid ex tendli entirely around the skirt of the gown Tills well Ixeeulwl ikslKii also fdpd tho lljwln sleeved For extremely cold WllIthllln fact at nuy thus during mho Whltllthll In no fabric more comf jrtablo for loung ing robes than Ioft pliable lingllxh matyvery touch A luxurious rest gowu was made of mouse gray corduroy plainly fashioned and tied with n sliver cord und tassel Where the gown full open at the bottom u soft lining of china blue Hllk wafl disclosed A rose colored corduroy was lined with 11 deeper shndr of rose Those who fancied for n moment that till popularity of the draped yell wns on the wane were never moro badly mlstiilcii In 1nrls veils are more theref ture and time mode of wearing theta noticeable among which Is to swathe the crown of the hat In Its folds scarf luutatlonhtra fashionables adopting taupe time new color and n darker shade of gray Our rendfm mny have any question answeredfDevystump for NOTICE Orders Ohio County Court regu lar term November 6th 1905 Pres 1Hon James P Miller Judge James c for motion Localoption election town of Cen tertown This cause again coming on on this November 6th 1905 it being the regular November term 1905 Ohio County Court and no exceptions having been filed the following order is now entered towii- On motion of appliants to have an order entered directing that a Local I Option election be helt in the town of Centertown on December the 8th 1905 said appliants having theis day deposited with the presiding Judge of the Ohio County Court the sum of twentyfive dollars in moneyan amount sufficient to pay for printing or posting and advertising as provid ed by law and the fees of the Clerk for making entry in the order book and the Court being sufficiently ad vice it is ordered and adjected by the Court that at the last preceeding gen eral olection in the town of Center town there were only twentyone vo tes cast at said election and that the petition filed herein is signed by twen ty two legal voters residing in said town of Centertown Ohio county Ky which is equal to more than twentyfive per cent of the voters cast in said town at the last pro ceeding general election held in and for said town and that said petition was received and filed of record at the regnlar term of Ohio County Court October the 2nd 1905 it is therefore ordered and adjudged by the court that an election be held in the town own of Centertown on the 8th day of December 1905 to take the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote for county officers upon the question whether or not spinituous vinous or malt liqnors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in said town of Centertown Ohio county Ky and that Cal P Keown Sheriff of Ohio county is ordered and direct ed to hold said election He will will open a poll at the voting place in said town on said d ate for the purpose taking the senses of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote at elections for county officers upon the proposi tion whether or not spirituous vinuous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in the town of Centertown Ohio coun ty Ky It is further ordered and adjudged that a special registration be held in the said town of CenterI town Ohio county Ky a town ofI the sixth class on Saturday December the 2nd 1905 for the registra tion of those persons entitled to vote at the special election to be held on December the 8th 1905 whose names have not been recordedon the registration book for that year and said registration shall be advertised or publishedin like manner as optionlished A copy attest MS RAGLAND ClerIc By U Go RAGIAND D CIPursuant to the foregoing order 1 and judgment of the Ohio County Court I will on Friday December 8 I 1905 cause a poll to be opened as and in the manner required by law at the voting place in Centertown Ohio county Kentucky to the sense of the legal voters of said town qualified to vote for county officers up on the proposition Whether or not i spiritous vinos or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in the said town of Centertown Ohio county Kentucky Given under my hand as Sheriff of Ohio county Kentucky this the 21st day of November 1905 CAL P KEOWN S 0 C r STRONG as Milk ftt tk trial er ili AgainIs StovallofTiltonGa s said taking Kodol Dyspepsia Hundreds f of are being restored il to perfect I health by this remedy may be well If will take It P Indigestion nearly all the sickness that have It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to suffer weaken and became diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestiri organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that maybe It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchlngheartburn and alUtomacb disordersDigests What You Eat DUubettm bsiesyK- m 10t after Cure other weak women YOU you causes women women eaten hopn4 raN at U a oIS 0O ia a v by z WAYNE IHolIl UIUtFINI Only 11s K2hK Squirrel Set Rhy Inch 5cuf sad Flt Mad With Silk WtCod There Must Be Good Reasons Why MACVS ti the largeat Dry Goods and Department Store In the country The above eplendld seasonable bnrenln U one rea son there are a hundred thousand others In our Fall and Winter Catalogue livery human being U Interested In economy it meats leisure independence and luxury In the future through the exercise of system and Intelllrence In spending money now There can be ho argument as to the economy of buying In New York the nuopnlnv center of tills country and MACYS Is Its largest and leading store The abo re Real Natural Gray Squirrel Set we are offering at a price usually ask ed for the Imitation Your money cheerfully refunded If you do not and It worth onethird more than the price paid Squir rel Is today the most fashionable fur At this special price every woman ean afford to wear REAL furs Scarf or muff sold sep arately It desired Scarf 1494 Muff K74 IF YOU WOULD BE WELL GOWNED andat tW larat toe uric I oar DO YOUR BUYING IN NEW YORK New York Is just one year ahead of every other city of the United States In fashions Why not learn what New York Is wearing Our Fall and Winter Catalogue contains 500 pages of New York Fihions Cloaks Suits Furs Skirt Shirtwaists and everything needed for mens or wo mens wear or In the home It you wish to know and have the New York Fall Stylos If Interested In Saving Money write for our Catalogue I Cloth Bound Copy De Luxe Edition sent for lie to pay postage or paper bound copy sent absolutely free It places the New York Market at your disposal the pleasure of New ark Styles New York Prices all thlllCatalolleIt you want our Special Christmas Gift Catalogue write for It nowthe edition Is limited Address Room 201 I R H MACY t CO NEW YORK ra n Cumberland II 1 I 1ANDIbereB nothing the mutter with Cumberland hasIncreased1 er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition K E PATH Manr Oh1o County DHlnfottornpIlarrnM Clerk Frank I Felix Master Com mlnnloiier j V I MoMey Trustee Jury Fund Ca HbrlltCKroWII Mondayluweeksnnd third Monday In May und Xormbertwo week lIotlIad t monthquarterlyIn April July October and Ja unary JarnaryCeralveFrank DaYlCoroaer7uctlcaa Ceuztsj II K Uudion Ileaver Dum February 16 Ma 18 Aunat 31 November 11ayUJnoMUrnham NarrowFebrunry 281t812 August 29 November U 7Anguet I AugnetlIa111AaKat aAngustf6SZeirtrord XcUc court AttorueyTenemecond Monday In eachnionth nUcr1cu CrvieeSF E Church SonthSerglree third Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 p mand aecon wednesdaynighberoreand fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Itev0IfIlurnett pastor 01 ChurchServlcei first Sunday la each month at 11 a mand7 p m Dev J DIIar ned pastor School Trustees Hartford Jas P Stiller J Glenn S T Stevens D11 Rocker J1I D Car son Jon C Itlley City CouncilRowan Uolbrook Mayor S A Anderson Clerk Ur H J Wedding W S Tine ey A C Taylor M L Heavrln T J Morton Councllmen t Csert Ccc1U B A O U W meet first and third Fridayrleights In each month Hartford LodgeNo676FAMasonfir Monday nightie each month Hartford Tent No 09 Knights of the Macca bees every Thursday night Rough River Lodge No1I0 Kalgbtlollyth- lamtnty Tuesday night Preston Morton post No4 OA It hold reg ular meetings NatnrdaybefqreOrit Sunday In each month or no tee Write for our PrOffitlfobtained oJhmone1it ma We obtala PATEN rSand Inventors to laoceu sendIMMEDIATE Reglteredni at EOS507 7lh St WASIIiNGTON D C OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing Machine C We can offer exceptional 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 moneymaker car pableof development into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONC- EWheelerW11son Mfg eo 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CHICAGO f i Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 24 LARD SALE fOR TAXES By virtue of taxes due measShe- if of Ohio county Ky 1 will o Monday December 4th 1905 expo to public sale at the Court House door in Hartford Ky the following lands or so much thereof as may I necessary to produce the sums required viz BEDA NO 3 force Till A 11 Baird C T 5S 12 Bartlett RD 100 4 10 Hoover S c ISO 14 55 Johnson Mrs Annie 86 8 Newcomb Mrs Mary i 0 2 So Sandefur SP 20 G SO Ward Mis Allice A 37 4 75 Reddish Robt 70 5 75 COLOR D Gibson Adelphia 50 2 55 Tinsley James 25 3 80- Tinsliy Wesley 40 3 55 stUitrn sriuNcs NO 4 Alin Jerome i2 520 CoxJT 2S0 9 C- ODurbin E E 19 9 CO Fitzhugh Jamos 200 14 00 Hints c c 50 5 2 King J B US 10 00- Kuykendoll R M 10 5 05- Kuykcndoll Mrs ME 50 S 50 Lee G B SO 0 20 NcighborsGeocadmr Den Neighbors heirs 12 r 4 20 Stevens J Watt 54 1140 Wright J H SO 030 COLORED Acton Jno W GO 4 05- IllKOUt NO 23 Allen W L 40 G 30 Dawson L J 40 5 75 Holbrook Mrs J D 131 1120 Taylor Mrs A c 180 7 50 Williams Clayton 9n 10 20 Williams Ed H7 7 40- IJAUTLETTS NO 24 Chapman Jessie L 80 5 20 Gray Mrs Texanna 100 5 So Graves T J 75 4 65 Howard Geo W 50 5 20 Hoheimer Mrs Mary E 61 4 20 Hoover Mrs Emma 130 3 65 King DP 34 4 50 Nelson R L 100 4 95 Sharp D L 50 6 30 Westerfield J W 50 11 45 Whittaker Re 97 6 30 Ward US 1665 7 10 Sharp Bud 50 5 30 Yates Temple 90 5 00 HEFUN NO 25 Chism Sherman 50 ii 7 Cavendon Frank 65 6 30 Hipsley Irad 175 8 SO Hoover J G 20 5 20 Hudson G G 50 4 65 Her Mrs Lula 9 3 10 Riggs Mrs Mary 64 5 85 Shaver Jacob 31 520 McCormick John 110 14 00 NON RESIDENTS LIST Baird Dr A B 8 2 5 Cecil C S 79 4 7 Duvall Harvey 52 4 20 Fuqua Jno S 65 5 60 Grubb J W 3 town lots 3 10 Humphry F W 31 3 10 Logsdon Wm J 50 5 30 Lynch W A Receiver of C Aultman Co 100 585 London D B 139 5 85 Morris V P 30 285 Morrfs c T and A F 110 18 80 Massie Mrs M A 100 750 Ragland J M Cannon land 9 40 Stevens L W 1 2 55 Ward David J 30 3 00 Worley Leander 65 3 65 Worrel Mountain MfgCo104 8 60 White Dunkerson Co 1 lot in Ceralvo 900 Yates jCOOLBrown Jas Ed 190 20 95 Brown C w 90 12 55 Hope B B 5 5 75 Peyton Robt 120 6 60 Sanders Lee 76 5 20 EAST HARTFORD NO1 Bennett L F 80 13 70 Chinn T II 65 10 50 Chinn Leslie 100 14 00 Davis w N 130 8 50 Gray J Z 50 4 30 Jones A F 122 8 10 May Van 59J 6 30 Matthews neberl town lot 300 Mattingly M J 2 town lots in Heaver Dam 3 55 Shaver w L 50 7 40 SullengerGu 130 25 45 Tweddell Mrs Louisa 1 town lot in Hartford 600 w r mcy 40 3 65 160 8rf rook Jas M 80 5 20 COLORED Carter VaHnaII 265 Hunter Duel IIJ65 Jackson marinh II 286- Paiks wmII 4 G TaylorAngeline lot in Hayti N 2 80 Tilylor wm 1 lot in Hayti 31 5 Walker Tom 2 lot in Hart nford i ieWEST HARTFORD NO2 Bean M n 2 lots 16 50 Brown II H 136 19 85 Davis L n 115 19 50I- C McIntireJ M 2 town lots in Ceralvo 3 9 P Morrison c E 1 lot 8 0 Potter Condict 29 42 70 efp COLORED Griffin wmII 11 o Griffin Riley II 3 ii5 aDNall Ed 1 lot in Hayti 365 RAiru NO 20 Baughn A c 25 d 10 Greer S J 58ti 7 Hendrix J A 57 4 65 Ralph Stephen fO S 50 welch J w 10 22 HERBERT 031 Bickett Sam M 100 tl 11 5 Hawkins Mrs E P 250 Hi 95 May Albert ITS 17l6 MilleivDaniel A 52 b 00 Sinnett M Caroline 63 6 Swppe lion S 84 S 10 Voiles 53 1 Iii 0nelkelson G w 133 12 70 Hamilton ML 120 18 NARROWS NO 28 Beasley Sam I 5S 14 0 Brown ells Augusta 2 4 20 Coppage J F Si S 70I Coppage R F 1C S 15 Condor J w 181 14 gO Foreman G B 10 G 25 Harrison Leander 4o 4 f5I Harrison Naomi 50 5 3 Johnson w B 5o 520 St Clair Geo 09 575 Wellett BJ 20 480 CERALVO Addington Morton Reid 1 lot 4 00 Bishop H B and wm 73 G 20 Chancellor Mrs M E 105 1300 Chancellor J w 1 lot 1515 Graves J Ben So 1045 Kimbley J 0 loo 1250 Kimbley c G 2oo 1785 Matthews Robt 85 79 CENTERTOWX NO 16 Ashby Everly 26II II ti 75 Barnett J L 2 II II 355 IgleheartJ M 109 II 9 UO Jones Mrs Sarah 80 695 Oglesby w B 40 II S 30 Rowe A B 1 lot in Center town 9 05 Rowe W Mant 52 acres of land G 85 Stogner J B 65 acres of land 1510 Stogner J B agent for H Stogner 50 acres of land 750 Tichenor wm 50 II II G 60 williams J A 63 a 9 30 SOTUH ROCKPORT NO 9 Landrun1RNBro CO G 40 RobinsonJ H agt for Mrs Robinson heirs GO 2 70 5Brown James 1 lot 75 353I 29 85 130 13 45 Fulkerson Mrs Mary loo G 40 Shull wm D 45 8 50 Thorpe Robt 1 lot b 76 wakeland Mrs Martha 1 lot 310 20Iwarden S D 7o 74o widick Manual 30 410 COLORED Short Jno waltrip 1 lot G 85 SMALLIIOUS NO Brown Claud lo 4 65 Cleaver Ed gdn Evaves heirs 24 53o Ferguson Mrs S H 1 lot 3 40 Faught Mrs margaret 55 4 20 Lawrence Rev G H 4o 9 9o Jno agt for Ben Neal 114 18 95 withrow Jas Il llo 8 So EAST FORDSVILLE NO 18 Brooks Nata 15 4 65 Beatty J T Go 40 Harl II A 63 acres and 1 town lot 6 00 Head B J 73 acres and 1 town lot 8 5o HufF C L 107 acres 14 8o Hook M B 25 acres 385 Lagrande G w 1 town lot 4 20 mcCleary Robert i 410 Midkiff Estill lo 355 Mercer Jas A 1 town lot 4 G5 Marlow wilbur 35 G 3o Smith N B 80 795 whitler C B 1 town lot 5 75 NORTH ROCKPORT No8 Brown Tessie 1 lot A 01 701DcckclHeck Mrs Nannie 1 lot 1150 Howard mark 1 lot 14 00 Tilford Emery 1 lot to X10 Tilford Mrs Ella 1 lot 120 williams M J 7J M 2 lots 5 Go williams Luther 24 4 25 williams Mrs M F 1 lot 3 2s Reed Remus 1 lot 7 do 85COGo1tED baker Jess 1 lot 4 SO Curry Henry 1 lot d 50 Morton mrs Amanda 1 lot G So Veniblc w H 1 lot 3 to WEST FOItnSVILLK No 19 Barnett T J j 5 9 75 prndfield w T Go Ii 30 Greer Mrs Mary 52 2 55 w J Huff by G S Huff 58 120 Stewart Jess 1V7 970 Smith Cicero M 1 town lot 5 75 AIr AYnU No 20 Bickett win 111 town lot 5 75 Brown Henry 2 town lot 110 Tanner wm c 55 V 30 Tanner Robt A 2 town lots 5 20 wade Mrs Martha s2 r GS wiles Jo H 1 l55 Boarman Jas 11 530 SHUKVK NO 21 Askins chits 16 4 00 Armstrong E J 80- t 305 Condor Leroy SQ G 5 Cordcr Jas ii8 5 iii CordorJ P 4 356 Grant ems Sarah F flo- j j 10 Robinson Jo B 25 3 70 Stone II J 0126 8 65 wells w E 25 4 G5 0JICIICwNRY NO 15 Brown R L 1 lot in McIIenry 3 85 Chinn Leslie IS6 9 oS Francis Lewellen agt for Jno Francis 4 lots in Render 11 flo Gaither mrs EM l lot 310- Hunter Mrs E M P 2 lots 7 5o Hunter Mrs E M P gdn for Thos Hunter heirs 5o 4 i5- Hoheimer W E 75 Ii 20 Ingram wm 1 lot in Render 4 65 Jones Tom agt for Peter miller 1 lot 3 G5 Pollock wm 1 lot G 30 Penman Frank agt for Deno heirs 1 lot 316 woodward Paul 1 lot in Beaver Dam 7 5o CROMWELL NO 6 Faught T C 1 lot 465 Miller JR 10 3 30 Sulser J M 50 G 05 Taylor C S 140 7 85 Barrett mrs Ignitus 2 30 COLORED Cooper wood 1 lot lti5 Plummer Elvira II 2 sj5 HORSE BRANCH NO 11 Allen Silas S 50 4 65 Burden Jas w 60 3 35 Coy Jas 227 1010 Dehart wm 1 315 Evans Sam T 70 410 Eazell ChasS 50 355 Eazell Jas w 50 4 65 Leach B Van 5 345 mortis Joe H 100 5 20 Pharris wm m 100 G 80 Rains Dr Van B 200 10 80 Smith James w 60 4 65 Thomas N J 20 310 willloughly P Owen 20 3 45 OIATON NO 22 Byers S P 71 8 30 martin J H 50 405 Ross R w 75 465 Stinson J 0 40 4 40 Shain S E 127 1190 wing AN i 740 PRENTIS NO 30 Barnes J F 500 24 30 Bracken J J 80 815 Clements Robt 63 4 65 Chapman w F 47 b 20 Lake D C 50 685 Neighbors J w 83 8 30 Neighbors G C 47 6 76 COLORED Shltz Jack 32 760 Tichenor Harry 67 530 SELECT NO 10 Butler A F 150 790 Crowder H F 100 576 Daugherty i0 20 3 65 Daugherty Jas w 3c 410 Eaves Albert 5o 52o Hamilton Jas b 3 45 Havens Francis M Sr 8 3 20 Havens F M 2 325 Leach Richard L I lot in Rosine 7 40 Stringfield wash 5o 410 Taylor Gurly 120 960 ROSINE NO 12 Alford L w So 385 Ashby H m 1 lot in Harton 4 GS Crowder A G 50 G 45 Dabney J w 87 79- 5OukeV loo 795 T 160 985 112 5 75 e Programe Ohio County r Teachers Institute To Be Held at Hartford Ky Dec 59 1905 Tucadny December 5 Organization Enrollment Noo- n100LectureTheory of the School In truc tor Hound1ableATIENTION 1 Definition John C Hoheimer 2 Voluntary and Involuntary M M Fauginder 3 General Discussion230Rccess LectureTheory of the Correlation of History SchoolInstlucterI Mri L N t tIi400 Adjournment Wednesday December G- S30LectureTheory of the SchoolInstruc- tor Round Table The Children in My School Opened by V M Moseley followed by paper Its J S H Weddi- ng1000Rccess Lecture Theory of the School Instructor Round Table Management and Punishment L N Gray Noon 100 Lecture Primary Reading Instructor Primary Reading Illustrated ba Class Mary J Bennett Language in the I and II grades paper 10 minute Marie Austin 2JOncceLecture Primary leadingInstructor Language in Grades IV and V paper 10 minutes Dena Woodward 400 Adjournment Thursday December 7 900 Lecture Primary Reading Instructor 1 How to Teach Grammar so that the Pupils Will Use Correct EnglishMiss Rice Thurman 2 ConferenceGrammar Teachinjr Led by M D Maddox1030Recess LecturePrimary Reading Instructor How to Teach Spelling paper 10 minutest Lillian MonroeNoon 100 Lecture Intermediate and Advanced Reading Illustrated with n poemIn structor Symposium Teaching Writing llve minute papers 1 Movement how to teach ItClarence James 2 Letter Formshow taught H H Davis 3 Correct PositionE A Smith 4 My Method of Teaching a ClassMrs Mary Halloway 5 Does the Average Pupil Make a Penman If not Why notChas Moseley 2i30 Recess LectureA Day at Valley Forge Instructor wright Thomas 50 5 55 willis 0 P 2 575 willis mrs Priscilla 52 3 to COLORED Boswell Ed L loo 8 6o Stroud b N 67 835 Wilson Ansel 440 16 Go MALIAN NO R Cameron J o 8110 Clark J R20 410 ErenMn Dortbu III 475 Hamilton It L 59 40 Hamilton Iuclnda 270 Hlnw J TJ3 1300 Muffrtt IU 80 740 Mcklnlerl Mlller10 530 MldklttMrallachel 18 240 Mldklff C F40 585 88111nlphHbnrp Je W 31 1120 We terneld J W Z 410 WVnturfleld Mr roily S 13 285 KAST ilEA nR DAM N013 llowlliitf J H i 1 740 Chinn W IIU 555 Oray W H M- Shulti 1875 Wm b 4 380 Wllllanii W 112 885 llarnard n J 132 1510 lodge W A helve 70 840 Steven T J 12 roan 1 town lot In Bearer Dam 1030 COLORED I Unmet Tom 1Z- BnVer 410I Itor 8 860 Cook Edward 1 3M Cooper Louie 1 town lot In nearer Dam 4 GS j 2418lrouleThoniaa TiomneAadereonl G76 t WadJ Colnmbus 1 lot la nearer Dam 370 WRST liRA vIm DAM NO 14 HugbCM J ll 1 63- v 4 00 Adjournment Friday December 8 880 LectureUfe of Objects in the School Instructor Conference Arithmetic R minute papers 1 Value C K Carson 2 Necessity for Concrete in the Grades J P Holbrook 3 Passing from the Concrete to the Abstract Clarence Bennett 4 Fractions1W Petty C Percentage J L McCrocklin 0 Mental Arithmetic Will S Taylor 1080 Lecture Use of Objects in the School Instructor Symposium Geography 5 minute papers 1 Why Teach It Mattye Tichenor 2 Relative Importance of Dencriptive and Physical Lou Hoover 3 The Ellect of the Contact of People of Various Nation and Exchange of Com modities on Civilization P C Miller 4 Arctic Explorations N B White Noon 100 Lecture Art of questioning Instructor Conference The ItecitatlonLed by M M Fanghindtr230Rcccsw Lecture Art of Quajtioning Inutruitor Training of Teachers L N Gray Friday EveiihiK Common School Commencement AddressJag IL Fuqua S P 1 Saturday December 9 Lecture Advantages of A Higher Education Instructor The Teacher as a Factor in the Betterment of Citizenship Hon C M Crowe 1030 Recess LectureTemperament in Education In structor SymposiumPhysiology the minute papers 1 Ends to be Secured from the Study0- W Edge 2 Correct EatingA E Ellis 1 Experiments with AlcoholOzna Shtiltz 4 Hereditary Tendencies R Robertson Noon- LectureTemperament in Education In structor Miscellaneous Business AdjournmentEvery in the county is required by law to attend the full session of the Institute Not all the teachers could be given assign ment on the program but all are invited to take part in the general discussions Attention is called to Common School Com mencement on Friday evening State Supt Jas H Fuqua will be present and deliver an address All teachers having graduates are respectfully urged to notify them and to see that they are present JAMES M DEWEESE A J KINNAMAN M M FAUGHINDER L N GRAY HaHtr Mr Annie 1 town lot In Heaver De m I 40 Shear Hniu 1 town lot la Hearer Dam 3 IS Cat P Keown S O C VARIOUS HABITS OF HARES They Retreat to Sand BUll During Daytime But reed Early In the Morning and at Night A clever observer writes A good many hares Und a secure re treat in the sand hills during the daytime and feed on the marshes ia the morning and evening Tim hour at which moat of them leave the marsh varies but it is any time before nine oclock All the haresv however do not return some pre ferring to lie out all day and make ther forms in any standing clump of grass in the inclosures I found this out one day while taking shel ter among the fir trees from a downpour of rain As soon as tho rain got really heavy I saw first one and then another hareappear as it were out of the ground in the middle of the fields and race for the shelter of the sand hills On their return to the hills In the morning many of them take upI their station on the sunny side of a fir tree generally on a slope find sit there either arnoncr he fir Committee needles or else on the bare ground or sand without any sort of form apparently They like 11 warm sunny teat out of the wind or in wet weather sheltered from tho A rain Here they sit and sleep un less disturbed until an hour or two past midday At some time between 1 30 and 8 oclock they wake up and begin their toilet which IM a long and very careful process I have teen them roll in the mead then get up shako them solves and finally lick their partldlrect11those parts of their bodies which 41 they cannot reach soface baok of head ears and nape of neckYare dressed by the forelimbs ex actly in the same way that a cat does it- These toilet operations often take half or three quartere of an hour When complete there is a short time of rest then a long stretch and a yawn fore legs first then the hind legs j finally the whole body li raised into an arch after which the animal begin to J move off for another feed Koiol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat