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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o araau y F W iik rkv ti s 1- f l t Iftf t 1 UqublkaniFine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TILE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 1 1905 No 20 1TtL BEST FRIENDSPERUNA ARE THE MOTHERS CHILDREN 1When Sickness Comes to the 4Little Ones It Is the Mother Who Chiefly Sutlers She gutters even more than the child V who happens to be tick her sympathy III deeper than that of any other member of the family The mother look forward with dread to tho torrid heat of stunner thinking i of tliolr children and tho many Itabllltlcs to disease that lire before thou Kprlng and summer aro nee to bring aliment especially among thu little Mk It docs not take a mother vary long toI discover that 1orunn is tho hot he has In time of lllncM among thu children Tho doctor mny come and go with their dlffcrintyheorlc and constant react I entiretyLI Each year tlnd some change In hU prcecrlptloiiR and In tho drugs he relics upon A Multitude of Motors Have discovered that IVruna in tho standby and that In all tho ailment vt sprung and eummor to which the children are subjected 1eruna U the stomachlremedy that will mot quickly rclloro or towel dlere a catarrhal conation of the mucous surfaces la the cause Verona quickly relieves this condition of the niucoun Membrane 1s opera tion U prompt ilio children do not dU like to take tho medicine It hiss no dole tcnou effects In all part of tho body It simple reinovoa tbo cause of tho disagreeable ymptuB and restores tho health raPcrunata not aphynlc Pcruna is not nor a narcotic Poruna does not produce any drug habit however tl long It may be taken Perms se not a timulaut Ieruna is a ape itlc remedy for all catarrhal ailments of winter and sum mOl acuto or chronic- Tltojtotlters all over the United Status are the beat friend that Ieruna lia 7 f The Mothers HighEsteem Not only because It has cured them of tholr various ailment but because Ita always rcccuee tho children rom tho r throe and grasp of catarrhal diseases Wo havo In our flics bushels of testi monials from niothorH whoso children havo been cured by Verona However the largo majority of mother who use Peruna wo never hear from Hut wo do hear from a great number of mother who are no overjoyed at come npcclal good they have received from Pcrtina that they cannot restrain their enthusiasm They arc anxious tow hull tluso buiioflta with other mother HOME TELEPHONE SOLD Newman Birk of Owensboro Buys Controlling Interest in the County it j A deal has been closed by which Newman Birk of Owensboro acquires a controlling interest in th- Rough e RiverTelephone company a tConcern doing business principally in i Ohio county says the Owensboro MesaengerNegotiations looking to such a deal have been pending for some Wme but the trade was finally closed on Saturday morning The con sideration for which the transfer was made is not given out nor is the byfThe Rough River Telephone com pany is a member of the concatenation of independent companies and has long distance connection with a large and important territory It is one of the most thoroughly equip ped of the independent companle and is now and hasbeen almost since organization doing good business Exchanges are maintained at Hartford and Beaver Dam ahd they reach almost every portion of Ohio county Mr Birk is an experienced tele phone mart and will doutbless mak la success of his new venture He A has been closely conected with the I b independent companies of Ow cnsboro for several years An Enjoyable Evenigg Miss Una entertaine- at her hom inCratn Mhuni0 4ti id x ia q The Benefit Which tho Children of tho United States Have Received From Pcruna Can Never Be Put Into Words The chronic ailment It hM prevented tho MifTerlni it has mitigated will never bo fully recorded lint at leat this much can be said that the coming generation owes a great debt to Peruna for it U in the tender years of youth that slight ailments are liable to develop into lasting disease thus blasting tho whole carter of the individualTho hers who are bringing up their children today to believe in Peruna are doing n great work for humanity Thcro children brought up to believe in IVruna from the start will when they become heads of families them selves uo Peruna with unquestioning faithPeruna Protects the Entire Household As soon as tho value of Peruna is appreciated by every household both as a preventive and cure tens of tttpuiands of lives will bo saved and hundreds of thousands of chronic lingering caws of catarrh will bo prevented ber of the young people with a tacky party Saturday evening November 25 All present spent quite j a delightful evening Those present were Misses Jess i Barnard Maybelle Garrett Uva Kimmel Una Fulkerson Elfra Heflin Bertha Morris Carrie Barn ard Era Garrett Grace Everly Mattie Minton Hattie Milner Charlina Weatherford Calli Bishop Ferlena Weatherford Messrs Ross Morton Berry Bishop Wayne Kincheloe Sam Everly Worth Fulkerson Marion Balls Eddie Hunter Ezra Bishop Joh Chancellor Will Barnard Sidne Kimbley Earl Everley Eldridge Miliner Pcnuel Everley Finis Chan cellar Jesse Boon Ellis Morris Ben Kimmel and John Barnard Temperance centertown The Rev Nowlin pastor of the Third Baptist church Owensboro I will on Monday night December 4th I deliver one of his famous lectures on Temperance at the M E church in Centertown qty Card of thanks IItthis method of extending friends our heartfelt thanks for their kindness during the fatal sickness of our little boy Charlie and to express our appro l byehis dear little school mates and as sociates May Gods richest bless ings be yours Respectfully MR AND MRS E P THOMAS i 0 TOn Ai sdat 1 F t lLi l4c A H Mrs Thrcsa Kooke 258 N Ashland Ave Chicago 111 Treasurer Laulcs of tho Maccabees writes In onr home Peruna is tho only medicine wo have Grandmother mother father and child all havo used Peruna It is our greatrumedy for catarrh of tlfDKtomach and headcolds and female complrjlnt l of which It has cured me catchcsI00 0 No DoctorRegntredY Mr Edward Otto 027 Do Solo street St Paul Minn writes- iI cannot say enough for Pernna It has dono great work in my family especially for my oldest toy Wo had doctored with three or four different doctors and they did not seem to do him any good We gavo up hopes of euro and so did they but we pulled him through on Peruna We had several doctors and they said they could do no more for him so we tried Peruna as a last resort and keepItdoctor Is required Edward Otto KILLED AT ECHOLS Young Colored Man Shot His Sweetheart Because She TalK DarkeyjSusan Rankins a young colored woman died last Tuesday from th Ellie on the Saturday night proceeding Dickinson and the woman he was probably sweethearts at least h had accompanied her to some sort o mety ored man as the report goes and this excited tbei jealousy of the Dickinson darky and on the way home he raised a raQketwith the woman and shot off pistol She called to some other parties who were in front of them This seemed to enrage young Dickinson and he fired directly at the woman the contents of the pistol taking effect in her abdomen 1 It is reported that she made a dying statement practically substantuating g this report i Dickinson was arrested Tuesday j and lodged in jail and almost at Ate i same time the grand jury returned an indictment charging him with wilful murder I Death of a Little Boy Charlie the nine year old son of Mr and Mrs E P Thomas died at I the home of his parents here last Friday afternoonafter brief illness 1 of inflamatory rheumatism complij cated with troupes that- medical skintand iricl loving handrt0quld do for hjrn ya dons but- r y Ir YY i fnaCoiitnfnsRo IttFc3tYce One reason why Peruna has found per manent use in so many homes III that It contains no narcollc of any kind Po runa Is perfectly harmless It can be used any length of time without acquire ing a drug habit Peruna does not produce temporary results It U permanent in its effect It has no bad effect upon the system and gradually eliminates catarrh by re moving the cause of cotarrhLThere are a multitude homes where Peruna has been used off and on for twenty Such a tiling could not be possible if Peruna contained any drugs of a nar cotlo nature to no avail Funeral ervices were conducted by Revs G J Bean and E M Crowe at the family residence Saturday afternoon after which in terment took place at Oakwood Charlie was the youngest child of Mr and Mrs Thomas and was a bright little fellow and the pride of greatlyIso fittingly evidenced their sadness on account of his untimely taking away tokensfPLEADED GUILTY Did Henry Mortoi to Charges of Removing MOllY From Letters i Owensboro Ky Nov 27The November term of the Feberal Court ofIcase in which there was a great deal of interest was that of Henry Morton a wel known Owensboro boy charged with removing money from letters in the local gostoffice and occupied only ten minutes time Morton pleaded guilty to two of the three courts jhthe indictment He was fined 500 and sentenced to the county jail for mx months on each of the two courts The 1000 was im mediately paid and judge Evans an nounced that he could serve both terms concurrently It was alsp or Jdered thattpaX acktbe money tfemoycKf frO tt V 4 t Vix1 J f l Mr G n Farmer New Martlnsvillo WVa writes Our little son Harry is well and healthy now and we think If we do as you directed us he will keep his health and grow strong We know that our little sons life fSfsavcdbyyourwondertutmedlclne Peruns and we shall always praise Peruna and use It In our family when neededShould wo havo any more catarrhal trouble in our family we shall always write to you for treatmentG II Farmer Mr Howard Andrew Sterner Muddy Creek Pa writes I have Peruna in my house all trio time and wont bo without it It Is good for children when they take a cold or croup It cured my baby boy of croup- I have introduced Peruna into six famlltcsslncol received your last letter and four have seen relief already Howard Andrew Sterner BIG TOBACCO DEAL Reportedby F G EwlnrCbalrman of Ex ecutive Committee of Farmers Association There is general rejoicing through KenItukyannouncement by F G Ewing chair men of the Executive Committee o the farmers association of the sale of from 5000 to 6000 hogshead of- the 1904 crop which is held by the Association G W Dunnington representing the Joseph Ferigo Co who holds the regie contract The average price secured was 885 per hun dred pounds figures ranging from 7 to 12 and this will bring from 700009 to 800000 to the farmers of the district rep1reseQtative farmers association cals for all the Itallian types of tobacco held by the Association and when this is delivered will leavejess than 5000 hogsheads of other types on hand and an early sale of these is expected A T Nail Dies Suddenly Mr A T Nail one of Hartfords oldest citizens was stricken with heartfailure last Sunday afternoon while out walking and died almost iustantly He and Mr C F Shap mire had walk dQ1ton the levey North of Hartford some distance and had sat down to rest After sitting theresometime Mr Nail com plah d of f feelinjrbadly + Ieytlieni rtf1ba too town n M milli tr NaV r + i 4+ Pernna Should Bo Kept In Every Household Where There Are Little Children Poruna should be kept in tho house all the time Dont watt until the child is sick then tend to a drug store But have Peruna on hand accept no sub tltutc Children are especially liable to acute catarrh Indeed most of tho affections of childhood are catarrh All forms of soro throat quinsy croup hoarseness laryngitis etc are but dif ferent phase of catarrh Mrs Amelia Sailer Menasha Wla i writesJI have used Peruna for a number of It cured me of chronic catarrh which 1 suffered with from Infancy When my threo children were born they all had catarrh but I havo given them Peruna and find It very effective in ridding them of this horrible trouble I find that it Is also good to glvo them as a tonic and a preventatlvo oq colds and colic In fact I consider It a household blessing I would not know how to raise my children without It 1 am pleased to give It my recommends lion Amelia Sailer l1drcss Dr S U Hartman lresldont of Tho Hartmau Sanitarium Colum bus Ohio All correspondence held strictly coo fldontlil t ground dying almost instantly Medical aid was summoned but be lifenwas After funeral services conducted by Revs G J Bean and E M Crowee at 230 oclock Monday his remains were interred in Oakwood cemetery WHITESVILLE veryfHiliary Dewey and Miss Florence SundaytClarence Williams spent Sunday night at HerbertID L Monday Mrs Miller Neshew spent Satur day and Sunday with her parent G Early and wife Pellville Wm Petrie and C J Berry Ow spendThanksgwmg Ernest Ford Princeton Ind employee of the Cumberland TelephonetCompany spenta few days with relatives at Herbert Miss Dora Evans went to Owens boro Monday Dr Lillard Owensboro spent Sun day with Lawrence Stinnett Lon Bruners little child is very bad of scarlet fever Miss Laura Nare entertained her friends at dinner Sunday in honor of her 14thbirthday A crowd from here attended the the baptising Sunday at Reynolds Frank Brooks Owensboro spent Sunday here with his parents r D F Brooks and wife and Clint JMlen are upending a few weeks 9priagfortheirhealth 1 h I I STRANGE fUNfRAL Burial of a Forty Ton Chunk of Iron Philadelphia It Contained the Bonles ot two Men That Had Perish ed in it A funeral without a parallel took place Sunday in Philadelphia Pa at the Midvale Steel Works where a fortyton ingot of steel nad bones of two workmen were buried with the Solemn rites of the Roman Catho lie church The workmen who were so strangely laid away were John Forkin and Jos Gazda two foreignspeaking laborers who met a horrible death a week ago They were in a pit near a cupola containing many tons of molten steel A plug gave away and 80000 pounds of fiery fluid poured from the cupola and overwhelmed them The men were completely in cinerated and not a trace of them selves or their clothing was left The Midvale Steel Company was adverse to selling the steel or using U for the purpose for which it was intended and it was decided to bury it with the rites of the church to which the unfortunate men had be longed Accordingly the fortyton ingot oval in shape twent eight feet wide and five feet thick was moved last week by a traveling crane to the rear end of the machine shop where a grave ten feet deep was made The great mass of metal was laid in the hole and a platform built over it so that the burial ser vices could be better preformed- A greatcrowd sought admission to the works Sunday but only two sisters of Gazda who depended upon him for support and about one hun dred workmen who were on Sunday duty were permitted to attend the services along with the officials of the company All heads were bared and flags were lowered at half must while two priests conducded the services After the sisters of Gazda had been laid away the great ingot was cov ered with earth and the funeral party dispersed The grave of the men will be ap propriately marked by the company Dying of Famine is in its torments like lying of con sumption The progress of chnsump tion from the beginning to the very enl is a long torture both to victim and friends When I had consump tion in its first stage writes Wm Myers of Cearfoss lIdafter trying different medicines and a good doctor in vain I at last took Dr Kings New Discovery which quickly ond perfectly cured me Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Positively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store price 50c and 100 u bottle Trial bottle free Advice to Smokers t thimaeiI I rrlllUalh More smokers contract consump- tIon from neglecting an ordinary precaution than from inhaling smoke declared a physician at a banqueta few evenings ago None of us cares to infect the lungs with ordinary stree dust yet every con sumer of cigars inhales a more de termined kind of dust every time he lights a fresh specimen The majority of cigars have short interior fillings which contain lots of small particles of tobacco dust especially is this so of cigars thatare handled a great deal and of those that become very dry from age The ordinery smoker bites or cuts off theend and draws this dust Into his lung with the first puff Of ten it only lodges in the throat and produces irritation or hoarsnes with which most smokers are afflicted A safe precaution against such danger is very simple Before light ing the cigar merely blow through- it II and you will see issuing from the large end the dust particles I refer to I The First Steam Whistle Locomotives seventy five years ago had no whistles The engineer kept i by his side a tin horn which he blew i before curves and dangerous cross ngs Hut the noise was feeble In 18 in English farmers cart ii 1 ior tlv vay arid 1000 rillI it t horses and a man Were dumped in one great omelet on the rails The railway had to pay the damages The President sent for George Ste vensan and said angrily Our engineers cant blow their horns loud enough to clear the track ahead You have made your steam do so much why dont you make it blow a good loud horn for us Stevenson pondered An idea came to him He visited a musical instru ment maker and had constructed a horn that gave a horrible screech when blown by steam From this horn the locomotive whistle of today descended IThere is no case of Indigestion Dyspepsia or Stomach Trouble that will not yield to the digestive and strengthening influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy takes the strain off the stomach by digest ing what you eat and allowing it to rest until it grows strong again Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and affords quick and permanent relief from Indigestion and all stomach troubles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros STRANGE FREAK Man Comes From Italy Who Can Blow Through His Eyes Ihllftdeliihlr lltrnnl A new wonder came across the Atlantic from sunny Italy to exploit a puzzling and peculiar performance He is Prof LaCara Michael of Na ples who styles himself the worlds onlykinetical marvel a description that may be simplified into the man who blows through his eyes Prof Michael who in appearance is a conuterpart of the Italian Court of the theatrical stage is stopping temporarily in this city At his hotel yesterday he gave a private expibition of the queer accomplish ment upon which he bases his claim to fame In the language of the sideshow lecture there was no deception about the act He began by plugging his nostrils with cotton a physician present sup erintending the operation A light ed candle was placed upon a table Standing several feet away the pro fessed closed his mouth tightly placed an ordinary glass medicine tube to his eyeand with a single puff extinguished the flame Invitations to those present to attempt the feat were unanimously declined Around one end of the same tube a collapsed toy rubber balloon was bound and speedily inflated to the bursting point with air Placing a cigarette in a holder he applied the mouth piece to his eye and expelled the smoke from his mouth and the other eye With a miniature glasi blowing outfit and by the same pro cess hemanufactured a number of glass ornaments which were distri buted among hisguests as souvenirs Neither the professor nor the phy sicians were able to offer any ex planation of the queer preformance but the latter agreed in pronouncing the professor to be a atriking phy sicial phenomenon He expects to remain here a fow weeksIEvery kind of ing or protruding Piles or piles b whatever name or nature are re lieved by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The pain can not be too severe for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve to relieve it instantly and the piles can not be too obstinate for DeWitts to cure them permently Get the genuine Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros w Telephone on a Grave Mironda Squares of Columbia id who is a devout believer in spiritualism has contracted for plac a telephone at the head at the IIing of a relatives grave near city says a dispatch from Ind Frequently she has IIPeru the grave of a departed one held she says long conversations with the dead She is a busy woman and as the cemetery is some distance from her home she has adopted the telephone idea It her intention to have a telephone on a pole that touches the lid of the box containing the casket and she thinks the spirit of the dead one will an swer when she calls IiCIAThe Kind YlU Hm Always Bou IIeJ i I 1905- A gTiraurow na3am REMARKABLE YEAR A Record Breaker Thus Far in Quantities And Qualities Bountiful Crops Sleek Herds Granaries overflowing Prices good on all Farm Products Bank Recount Swelling Good Feeling all Around Everybody Happy With this kind of feeling there is no reason why the farmere of this section should not feel good Wo are making preparations tosupply their needs in our various lines At this time of the year wo are talking Mitchel Studebaker and Old Kiekory Wagons which are the lenders in this territory and wo have the prices that are pleasing every one Remember wo guarantee those wagons to bo the strongest and longest lived wag ons out ho market Since beginning business wo have sold in the neighborhood 2000 wagons and wo could not have done this if we had not had the best goods iirthe market and sold them at the right pries Fence Wo aro general agents also for American field hence which is the best fence on the market and stands like a stone wall The L II it St L Railroad has contracted for this fence to be placed from one end of their road to the other which is evidence that they have thoroughly investigated all other fences and decided on this because it is the best Wo have some inside prices for you for the next thirty days on all sixes hat ing just received four carloads and can make some good figures GREAT I Turned Into a Dog Hospital To Save Dollar Poodle tx w YorkAmericnn With aheartheavy with grief Mrs Hermann Oelrichs again is prepar ing to turn her mansion at street into a dogs hospital I Louisette one of her 50000 French poodles is suffering from tumor and Dr E C Clayton the sultation in the diseases of the dog has ordered an operation as the only means of saving the little animals valuable for putting poor little Louisette under the knife therefore have been begun in Mrs Oel richss palatial home and every device that money can purchase to al leviate the sufferings of the toy poodle and aid in her recovery has been procured The middle room on the third floor of the Fifth avenue mansion is to be the scene of the dreadful work This room was used about a month ago for a similar deed whon Mopsie brother of Louisette was operated on for similar trouble It was chosen because of its central position in the house to which absolutely none of the noise caused by the traffic ins Fifth dvenue can penetrate It is equipped with the very finest surgical and for days before the operation is it is ren dered and kept aseptic How Louisette contracted tumor a mystery The cause of Mopsies Whitneys dogs Several years ago r y In when Mopsie was staying down on Long Island for the summer he made the of the Whitney dog who was a guest in the same and Louisette spent last summer in Newport with Mrs Oel richs In fact they have been all over the world with her The dogs arise usually at 8 a m and are combed and dressed They have cream on arising and breakfast at 10 Mrs Oelrichs and every one in the household are greatly worried over the condition of my Louisette die Mrs Oelrichs implores every time the veterinarian visits the the house He in view of the value of the animal is taxing all his pow er to Famous Little Pills Early Risers cure Sick Headache Biliousness etc by their tonic effect on the liver They never gripe or sicken yet they cleanse the system They cleanse I tone and the stomach and bowels and impart the kind of energy that makes one feel like rising early Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros I j The Modern Way j The Dutch boy in the old story who found a leak one night in a big dike and saved the by stopping it with his finger until shivering with cold next morning has now a rival A birchback canoe carrying three persons on a Western lake is reported to have run on a rock and been pierced blew the wat er line Thereupon one of the party a woman took her chewing gum bravely held it in the leak untilshore was reached and saved the party The moral seems plain For Coughs Colds and foup t t tea r f v Mra4 Etc Wo have tho largest supply in Hartford Wo can save you money on this line raid will do so Remem ber also that we have one of tho largest houses in Western and can furnish you the same as else at close prices The famous Smoke Stoves aro still in tho lund Please call and examine them and you will bo with the balance take ono out and he Wo shall be glad to see you at our store whore you will find a hearty welcome Yours for More T J Tnrley Company Hartford Kentucky MANSION FiftyThousand magnificent Fiftyseventh cony lifePreparations appliances performed there acquaintance hotel- Mopsie Louisett- eOhdoctordontlet Constipation thoroughly strengthen countryside QneMinuteCoMghCur8 Saddles Robes Horse Blankets hardware Kentucky Hardware anything Consumer convinced Business The INCORPORATED preserveLouisettesifes- The lAyersPillsWant abeautlfulbrewn orrich black Use STRENGTH IN UNION Every Business Community in i Kentucky Should Have a Com mercial OrgamzationI Since the recent State Develop ment Convention in Louisville the Louisville Commercial Club is more strongly imbued then ever with the possibilities awaiting Kentucky It believes that every community in the State can profit by this awakened I interest but it is as firmly convinced that the profit can be greatly enhanced through an organization of the working forces of the different meantIthe Commercial Club feels that a most desirable way to meet and over come difficulties confronting a busi I ness community lies in the organiza tion of a commercial body tt be lieves this so strongly that it has ap pointed a standing committee whose sole It uty it is to assistant in the or i throughIoutes activityMr A McDowell former pres ident of the Club has accepted the the chairmanship of this committee and has appointed as his associates thereon fifteen leading spirits of Louisvilles commercial worldand ten prominent editors in different mkN r ri v Sugarcoated easy to take mild in action cure constipation biliousness sickheadache L ii KI DYE nm en or IWWJUTS 0 v r uu co num L parts of Kentucky- i The Louisville Commercial Club has no axe to grind in the step it is talking to organize more commer boardIin State develepement as was shown in the recent convention in Louisville that it is willing to expend a large part of its funds in sending representatives to different cities to work up organizations the kind mentioned toistep will received from the Louisville Commercial Club a copy of itsbylaws and constitution upinterestthe iron is hot enough to be struck the Commercial Club will send a rep resentative to help mold the body in definite from Ito w Bntter is Butter What is butter today asked the possible customer Butter is butter today answered the waggish grocer with a shriek of laughter Glad to hear it said the other cheerful the last I got here was jpel Safe Little Toto Mamma may I go out and look at the eclipse of the sun Careful MotherYes Dear but be careful not to go too close l CIA8X Ill BcuiBlgwtantf UIU A I I I MARTYRS TO CAUSE 1 Many Casualties Reported in Kentucky With Opening of the Hunting Season t ifThoopening of the ounting season tIin Kentucky last week resulted in t the usual number of accidents throughout the State At Owensboro M C Ford was standing at his front gate when his son attempted to shoot a rablt The father received the contents of the 4 discharge in his abdomen and probably will die George Thomas was walkingalong the road in Daviass county near Owensboro when he was shot and probably fatally wounded by Forest Miller who was shooting at a quail Near Hawacville in Hancock county Andrew Keownfif teen years of age was found dead in the woods with his gun beside him and a bullet wound in his breast lie was sup posed to be returning home from hunting when the accident occured which caused his death In Warren county S BUckner Duncan was shot by the accidental discharged of a gun in the hands of II F Stovall with whom he was hunting He will lose his right armClarence Claypool formely of Bowling Green lost a hand by the accidental discharge of his gun near Dyersburg Tenn Charlie Read a thirteenyearold boy accidently shot and killed him self while out hunting near Mt Stearling Doafnos Cannot bo Curod by locol application as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the car There is onlone way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused ban inflamed condition of the mucous t lining of the Enstachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or inperfect hear ing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surface We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cure by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipationy 1 Easy Way We have such beautiful sun 1 risers Id like to know how you know Havent I read descriptions of them To Consumptives M The undersigned having been re stored to health by simple means after suffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anx 1f i ious to make known to his fellow I sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will it find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catnrrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as I it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A rr Wilson Brooklyn New York 32yr d isEyebrows to Order Ann 1 Artificial eyebrows have been made occasionally for years said a wellknown wigmaker to Answers it but lately they have grown very pupular A face without eyebrows lacks expression of character and many women realize this Others having lost the eyebrows through fire or sickness ware artifieial eye t brows Until the new natural ones ap pear Others again ware ar tificial eyebrows for a time only 1 to become tired of and reject them A well made artificial eyebrow will escape detection as a rule but such an eyebrow is too delicate to stand rough usage and soon wears I out or become pie grow weary of therecurrentnecJ f essity and xpense of replacement IittrI t But the pretty woman who once wears artificial eyebrows like the man half of whose mustache has been destroyed in some manner finds a real friend in the artificial eye browThe artificial eyebrow originated in Paris home of artificial beauty ad juncts and it is stated they are more popular among woman than men If your digestion is badthe vital organs of your body arc not fed and nourished they should be They grow weak and invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you cat cures indigestion and all stomach trouble You forget you have a stomach from the day you begin taking it Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro- sCONTEST IN MUHLENBURG Democrats Allele That a Drunken Clerk and Careless Officers Make a Mess The Democratic candidates for county judge county clerk county attorney sheriff jailer school su perintendent and representative in MuhlcnUerg county have filed a contest for these offices The election was tolcrbly close and the Demo critic candidates seek to have thrown out the vote of the Bremen precinct and others on account of the irregularities The principal charge is with reference to the Bremen precinct and the wording of the petition is as follows That in Precinct No2 known and designated as the Bremen precinct the Republican clerk S H Vincent was so drunk during the greater part of the day as to be ut terly disabled thereby from discharging the duties of his office That more than 100 ballots were on this account prepared and signed both on the stubs and the ballot by the challenger the clerk being so drunk he did not know which one of the boys he was From time to time the clerk or the judges and the sheriffabsented themselves together from the room and many votes were cast in their absence F OASXORXABe- anthe Its Kind Y a Ban Always Boii M- Blgmtu 01 Free of Cost KnickerSo Jones has a cheap scheme to dig the canal Bocker Yps simply start reports of buried treasure T n- I HE above picture of the man and fish la tho trade mark ofScotts Emulsion and is tho synonym for strength and purity It is sold in almost nil the civilized coun tries of the globe If tho cod fish became extinct it would be a worldwide calam ity because tho oil that comes from its liver surpasses nil other fats in nourishing mid lifegiving properties Thirty years ngo the proprietors of ScoW Emul sion found a way of preparing cod liver oil BO thnt everyone can take it and get tho full value of the oil without the objectionable taste Scotts is best thing in the world for weak backward children thin delicate people and nil conditions of wasting and lost strength dead roe trH sample SCOTT A BOYNE CHEMISTS 409411 FXAKI TBErr XsW YORK 1XcandJAO AU dngfltt NEW TAX BILL I Will be Drafted at Meeting of tb Revenue Committee at Shel byville December 5th The State revenue and taxation commission will meet at Shelby ville December 5 to finish the work of drafting a new revenue and taxation bill to be reported to the legislature at its coming session The commis sion was appointed at the last scssionI of the State Legislation W Cammackof Owentoiichairman Geo W Hickman Calhoun V W Books Taylorsville Laben Phelps Louisvilleand W H CoxMaysville A rough draft of the measures has been practically completedand some important changes will be rec ommended in the present law goyer ing revenue taxes and assessment of property in this State Among the proposedchanges likely to be incor porated in the measure are provis ions for the assessment of realty once every four or six years and the listing of all personal property from which the State county and city will derive revenue It is also intended to do away with the necessity for revenue agents It is also intended to have only one tax collector in each county to collect all the taxes The commission expects to com plete its labors by December 15 The work has occupied nearly two years DeWitts Witch Laze Salve cools soothes and heals cuts burns boils bruises piles and all skin diseases K E Zikefoose Adolph W Va says My little daughter had white swelling so bad that piece after piece of bone worked out of her leg DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured her It is the best healing Salve in the world Beware of counterfeits Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros 600 6 VENAVA Y I Christmas Presents for Subscrib ers to the Weekly Courier Journal The Weekly CourierJournal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers Itpropose to give away twenty Christmas pres ents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 30 and 20 andl sixteen7pres ent of 30 and 20 to be given in the I 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 n copy of the Weekly Cou ItlwillbeIf I had a son whowas detrmined to play the races I should hope that hewould lose his nickel and have to walk home after his first atI tendanceIf a daug liter who played the piano in the sitting room while her old mother did the work in the i kitchen I should hope that I might findan oak shingle and be given the grace to use it If ever I were to catch myself being as moan andsmall as some men I knowand I mayI hope that I should hope for the benefit of the world that the Angel Gabriel would toot his horn for me Very soon If ever I knowingly vote for a scoundrel because he represents my party I hope that I may have the i previlige of going to a school where the elements of decency are taught- If my wife should prove to be irascible at timesbut I dont admit it I should hope that I would remem ber the sort of luck the poor girl play ed in when she married me 1 I Millionaires in Overalls New York society experienced a sensation when the announcement came out of California that young Charles Chauncey Stillman son and heir of President James Stillman of the National City Bank who is one of Ute leading ministers in the Stand ard Oil cabinet was earning a meager 75 a month in Oakland as an or dinaryor extraordinaryybaggage I smasher Simultaneously with this bit of of BOW came a paragraph from London saying that John Cecil Rhodes a nephew and heir of the hadegone in the Kimborley diamond mines Other instances of millionaires wear ing the habiliments of toil have come to light in such numbers recently as to resemble an epidemic of labora plague of allitin which is smiting scions of wealth throughout the so cial and financial world Hugo Task It was a hugh task to undertake the cure of such a bad case of kidney disease as that of C F Collier of Cherokee la but Electric Bitters did it He writes My Kidneys were so fur gone I could not sit on a chair without a cushion and sufT eres frdm dreadful backache headache and depression In Electric Bitters however I found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health l recommend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros druggist SOcSTEEP DENTAL BILL New York Dentist Charged Prince I Louis 1000 For Work on Front Teeth New York Nov 2GPrince Louis strenuous life in America included several strenuons hours in a dentists chair and that particular part of his programme proved costly The to tal time spent with the dentist was twelve hours according to a friend of the Prince and the bill was 1000 When the bill was presented the Prince said nothing bnt gave his cheek for the amount Later in the day however he showed the receipt to his friend Col Robert M Thomp son who declared that it was pretty steep even for a New York dentist The Prince paid the bill as soon as it was presented said Col Thompson last night and the mat ter would have ended there had I not seen the amount charged 1 told the Prince what I thought about it and his British sejise of fair play caused him to make a protest The biltas presented was not itemized and the Prince at my suggestion wrote the dentist asking that an itimized bill be sent to Sir Percy San derson the British Consul General All further action will be in Sir Per cys hands The work done by the dentist consisted in filling four teeth and putting in an artificial one The dentist who did the work for the Prince was not at home to visitors last night Earlier in the day he is reported to have declined to discuss the matter beyond saying that a bill had been presented and paid Waste of Time I do not thinksaid Araminta friendIso rudely interrupted me Aramin continued I dont think that a Ita has any right to attempt to willI I should suppose her friends gurgled You shock me said Araminta but as I was about to say if he does attempt it he is a wcoden chump if he does not succed I think so too her friends murmured Aral between ourselves Ara i minta concludedas a coy blush res lolutely mounted to her maiden that is why I refuse to have anything to do with young Dumlelgh- I You have done just right said her friendIThen they began to discuss the fall fashionI CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Boors tho- SJgnatvG of Theme donMr Leaver on meeting his friend Well Bob I have beaten all records this time In what manner have you broken all recordsWhy have lived on an apple a day for five weeks Well thats nothing at all I have lived on earth for thirtyfive Yarlwr IoJ V F 71 ill Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been- in uso for oer 30 years has homo tho signature of and has been under Ills personal supervision since its Infancy Allow no one deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations andJnstnsgoodnro but Experiments that trlflo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA I Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotio substance Its ngo is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tbo Stomach mad Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS JBears the Signature of r The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CINTIUR COY TT MUHHAT STRUT New VOHK CITY I II Harris Positive Pile Cure j The Biggest Seller of the Age Why BeaueIt cute completely nod atones HrtlleTen the pars oI nllrlng death All raeea of lIlee can Le cured by urglcnl oprratlon hat you would rather hare raw J cured without the knlte 1IAKK1S 1OSITIVE FILE CUKE wllldolt Slade only by the IHtchllfia 1haniincnICo Inc F or 10 L t J H WILLJAMS Hartford Ky+ SS- tw I4W H W W IQ DO YOU WANTA Position that will pay you from 500 to 5000 a year IThat is what our graduates aye demand for their work Wo give tho kind of training that counts from the start Increase Your SalaryB- y taking a course in the OWHNSBOHO i BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Term begins Sept 4th Write today Address Owensbor Busines Univerit I Owensboro Kentucky t W M n WftlS0 tfaIIIII uaaJWln rwranraazerc + r msn ratreaca 3beumtvyndrthMllttofSlntuiUodK un HIIU tIIIlulhrrihiTooLold t ouee rrsrlsUhnf ni KSLEADERSSri r ervi l l v- J d rlluk i STEVENS ARMS 8 TOOL CO r o EDI low CHICOPEE FALLS MA89L U S A Subscribe for THE HARTFORD RKPUBL CA tflOO per year in advance made to ing Low One Wfcy Colonist Rater yin Big Four Route To CALIFORNIA WASHINGTONOREGON IDAHO MONTANAUTAH I and ItttcrmcUotctcrrltory Ticket on Mole Mcli I to May tS For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned WAIlltES J LYNCH 0 ttTtC- 9udanutt Ohio B J OATES UentVul Agent Louisville Ky ++++ 1 f+ + t + + ++ + +aa++arr+ j +fat H++t tFEMACURASlegrremedlefortemanebleeaeeareontbemarketbot the only one that bun vroren to bt nn abiolut and positive Care tar aU form ot Female Trouble Fall t4 UUA A tingle trial will convince the mot iktptlcal ot Its almost ml LELTCnFIELOrUABAACALCOt 1 J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky r A x 7 t I Hartford Republican I Iuogdbrthe llnrtfonl InhllehingCmnpnnP Usroerrna Enl v K KMiril Ktlllor gy=FIZCa Ou hrlox Q 24- Foutrh tfr 21 FRIDAY DECEMBER 1 Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us TilE turkey is certainly roosting high this year Tim fellow who thinks he can fool other people is most generally the worst fooled of the lot THAT defeat byover700 majority probably jarred a foot from off the neck of the Democratic party IT has been suggested that Depew had Santa Claus in mind when he re ferred to the man who comes round once a year for his contributions TilE lawa woman who wants 10 000 for a stolen kiss evidently possess s the qualification for an official position with an Insurance Company AN exchange pauses to remark that The only difference between Cramp Colic and a Democratic Ad ministration is the length of time the spasm lasts THE conduct of Chicago worn man who burned 1500 because she i thought her husband married her t for her money evidently goes to show that women are sometimes hasty4 j tohaveA MOVE is on foot Con gress at its coming session change the date of Presidential inaugura tions The fourth of March was al right for our forefathers why ca we not be satisfied with the date IT is reported that Governor Douglass of Massachusettsis threatening to run for Congress on a free hide- platform If ho runs for Governo again and gives away as many shoes as he did before free hides would come in good play A W B HOLDER IAXS Senatorial boom received a slight jar Monday when eleven Louisville fusion candi dates filed contests against as many Democrats who were awarded certificates of election to the Legisl- turf n THE overwhelming majority give against the proposed constitutional amendment providing for a retu to tho viva voce system of voting at tho recent election is indicative o the peoples determination to retain the bit of progress our State has al ready attained GASSII has that rs John E Madden the legally separated but undivorced wife ef the famous Ken tucky turfman will adopt the stage Her unsuccessful divorce suit has brought her sufficiently before th public to entitle her to stage distinction TUB Owensboro Messenger the mouthpiece of Democracy of the Second district reprints the follow i newsrtI Beckham as the man to burns shoes as United States Senator If we believed there was any danger of such a degenerating thing as this happening we would at once advocate all night prayer meetings throughout the State and try to head off the direful calamity to old Kentucky PRESUMABLY to in a measure ex tenuate the shumefulness of the way the recent Democratic candi I dates attempted to buy out the elec tion by means of tae block system and in response to theRepublicans i statement that no tidings had yet been had from the i 5o Rosin ruption fund the Hartford Nera1- has at last raised its pitiful hue an cry and says t- It edlturofIHoiiM barn urn o km If the Till llEiiKLHMN will miit IIIIvl the cool Itktll tu IoMue II llipnhllruij on the iilutit Ufcirc theeltf thin nil tIM will have beta upluliej TILE REPUBLICAN has no knowl edge or information concerning any 1000 taken to Rosine by a Repub lican on till night before the election or of sun taken to Rosine n xcJthcJ1 l need in the hands of Mr Huller there under writte- contrant that it snouid be turned over to certain parties at Rosine if tv t It pci t n D mac the election if not to be returned to the Democratic Campaign Com mittee and a few hundred dollars placed in other hands to be used for the same purpose that of buying out that precinct for the Democrat ic ticket As Rosine gave the usual I Republican majority 722 of the 950 has been returned hence of course there has been tidings from the Rosine corruption fund It i would be more honorable in the Herald if it would just confess upi manIagersthe extravigant and unfoundl1i statement that a 1000 to Rosine on the night before the election Can you believe your senses When two of them taste and smell having been impaired if not utterly destroyeh by Nasal Catarrh are fully restored by Elys Cream Balm can you doubt that this remedy de served all that has been said of it by the thousands whom it has cured It is applied directly to the effected airpassages and begins its healing work atVnce Why not get it to day All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York on receipt of 50 cents Program Fifth Sunday Meeting The 5th Sunday meeting of the Ohio County Baptist Association will convene with Smallhoui church De cember 30th at 10 oclock a m wit the following program Devotional exercises and organi zationThe Benefits Derived from these MeetingsE W CoaUley Does a Christian Sin after Regen eration If socah he be forgiven H P Brown L P Drake TheMeans and Agencies God Uses to Evangelize the world 0 M Shultz T H Balmain 1The Duty of Baptist to Union Evangelistic WorkE W Coakley L W TichenorI Jjsnagin Alternate W R Oldham 930 a mDevotional exercises The Duty of Church to Pastor Pastar to ChurchJ T CasebierM D Maddox The Preacher in the Home In the Congregation In the PulpitA BI Tichenor J P Miller 11 a mSermon by L P Drake CoakleyaAre the Churches of Christ Drift 1ingDr J D Maddox G H Law rence nFlistory of Missions in Japan L W Tichenor p1s the Baptist Church Apostolic If so why so many people join other denominations J N Jtirnagin H LawrenceEverybody ar invited to bo pro eat and take part L W TICHENOR L P DRAKE tUom RENDER roe turned to her home in Horse Branch last Wednesday after spending few days with her uncle J W Tiiford Messrs Simon Jones E H Gwynn Sam Jennings W J Slonn and Jno Hoikins attended court in Hartford last Wednesday Mrs R L Bakerreturned to her home last Wednesday after visiting I W Baker and family for the past two weeks Mrs Claude Thornhill of Paducah was the guest of Mr and Mrs G BI Roll last Thursday Jno S Spence was in Hartford last Thursday I Dr H B Innis and Sam James Jr were in Hartford last Fridari Miss Lillie Mae Filmore spent last Thursday and Friday in Louisville C W Stewart Horse Branch was joo Rheumatism mannlfeststitsd inflamed joints and stiff musclesbut it cannot be applicationsItI treatment acting through the blood and the best is a course of thegreat medici- neHpodsSarsaparilla permanentn y cases IFor testimonials of remarkable cures Book on Rheumatism No 7 Huod C Ayers We hogs what all good doc CherryPectornl tor and find out He will tell Cherry Pectoralyou how it quiets the tickling throat heals the inflamed lungs and controls the hardest of coughs Ayeth Clitrr IVctornl ft well known In nurumllr We lliiiile II l the twat ninlicluo ilk the wojld for rotiKht an4 cold KATIE lCTEIUOC Yftdtnlni Col 5fSOcf JCATEItloAll t w Ms t Iroolfor awuaa- n Hard Coughs Ono of Ayors Pills at bedtlmo will hasten recovery Gently laxative here last Friday I T H Bedford and daughter of Frankfort returned to their home last Friday after visiting Dr and I Mrs H B Innis for a few days F E McGary Centrhl City was here last Saturday Mrs 0 W Harris and daughter wire in Beaver Dam last Saturday Messrs E E Burton and Charlie Millard were in Prentis last Satur 1dar night Mark Millard Oweniboro was here last Saturday Will Miller and wife and Jno Me Millon and wife of Taylor Mines were here last Sunday t Mrs Sam James and children t went to Central City yesterday to spend Thanksgiving with J H Brown and family S S Hoover of Lou Jllp was here yesterday Len McGavock ofCloverport was i here yesterday Dr Henry Smith Prentie was here today Westerfleld Taylor Mines jHermm a of McHenry had arm severed from his body here one day last week by jumping from a moving freight train nmpu tation was necessary Drs Smith and limes performed the operation amputated his arm taking it oft close Ito the aholder At this writing he is getting along very well Jas Martin is laying off with a sprained arm Sam Fisher of Louisville was here today Notice All iKjraorjs having claims against A Webb decaaaed will present same to me properly proven on or beGforever barredROBT15rEBB Admr PLEASANT GROVE Nov 23D Knight is hauling logs in our community this week Miss Myrtle Bradley Satur day night and Sunday at RitliborgI Miss Hazel Wester has been the guest of her sister Mrs Eva Bueh i anan and other relatives for the past two weeks I IHuy Bradley and MissOraMcffard spent Sunday with friends at Hunts villvIwas guest friend Miss Eviti Bradley Sunday J sOI1IIRoy Bradley made a business to Greenville Thursday I IIThere has been some trading at Grove of late that has caus ed several to move and if you dont i believe our little town is improving just step down and sec Roy Bradley is having a two story dwelling built on J R MelTards farm Lookout girls Willie Wester and Boon Jenkins have gone to Indiana to assist i11 building a new railroad IThose that went to the Mammoth this place last week were Misses Mila Cox Conny and Evra Bradley Ora MefFard and Messrs j Harry and Beaver Boker Prof i Mohorne and Roy all report a grand timeIA tellagram Prof Henry Cundiff of Mississippi would soon return to Jjis native I home i Crit Buchanan has come homo I from Hictor Minn we were all glad I to see Crit and he is welcome in ev ery home pitsN9Y28 J S Chinn Beda via Eo Pf Barnes t Broo The formers reward forhis seasons toil is certainly all that he could desire Bountiful crop Good pries and fine weather to gather it in IPaririersW- o hrvea stuck of bumHi MorohandUe that icom mfmtlUJIh with your hmiraint harvest 11ti Intro MtJrvliaiulisu that appeal strongly to the economical hu er to the man who want full VHluu for every ovnl he spends When you buy prom us you dont have to worry about the price Wo only have one and that is on the Jjinl Kocrk Level Wo soil you dopimdaUo stnfl at a straight legitimate price Ahoy lan buy just as dump ills his hither Hring us sonic corn to got your winter supplies You nut tlvs saiuo prieo on wlmj you hay with corn as you do on what you buy with money H n UnderwearThe tndTWfiir and Hoierv reason is now lullon the wavami we have out vrwits ally utore hi the whole wnmty Unyinir tlusf quan titles wo et the lest pricy to bo had Lining nt low prices we soil the Mime tvtyatnl there is no living soul that can sell you Owroojit anti hits ul a lee Trh that we jiiote Why loul your tinio awtiy rumiing around Wo lisps the variety tho tylo and t ho price plots Ovenoat 850 t 00 500 650 800 10 ouin up to 15 Mens linitwoats 10 jlo and 20 each Hoys vMrmt 2 31 0 4 i5 and fM Childrens Overcoats 10 2oO 93nO and 5 l Coak v C1oakeTho seasOIl is rapidly advancing liood desirable gar meits will hi hart to gt t latoj in the season NOW while stocks iivufull rural guv IUMIN plenty is the time to buy your Wrap and Furs We urn showing the greatest line of our t hale existence and WH k0u1the man satisfy you fully in both style quality aural price Wy runts Ladies Wraps 52 1350 So 0 7oO 850 10 1 250 and 15 each Ii8tt l 2 lOSSriO 51l1d751lell Chil drens and Infants 1 up to 5 each Furs 7ocl 150 2 250 8 on up lo75U n u ru l ited his sister Mrs Ben ThursdayWalter Galloway Narrows ing his sister Mrs Homer Gilbert Holbrook owe visiting his parents this wyek Mrs Will Smith Maxwll Walter Blair and wife Sunday Mrs Kelly Bells visiting relatives and friends Charlie Tichenor Nuckols J D Holbrook and family Miss Mabel Easterday and ter Pearl Beda visited MondayMrs Thomison and Heflin visited Mrs Sam family Sunday Annies Cromwell r Rd77G7G3dFiiA 1 IIi daughtei Mrs L D Magan Saturday and Sunday Walter Blair and wife visited their uncle Wood Tinsley and family Hartford Saturday William Lyons and son Fred went to Owensboro Tuesday Mrs Dolfie Pate and little laughter visited near Beda this week He Was m a Hurry Danville Ky Nov 28As Quee and Crescent train No 10 was pull ing into the station at Burgin yesterday morning a man rushed up tot ie ticket window and asked to be given around trip ticket to Lexing tI Agent simon Isom gave nim the ticket just as the inv leav l1 lc4a vJviC it k1 M doiu any former season along this lino and are actually giving a butter garment for tho prim than any outs in this let ritory Look investigate thu matter tin yourselves If your investigation dont prove what we have said buy from tho other fellow We quote liens Shirts and Drawers for 26e Ilk jOt Si and lJo pOlO garment ploy hirt and 1 rimers bc and 50c per gar ment UuhW Vests and Pan In 25c 50c end 7iie each liaPR Inion uit25c an- dlureh Infants Wrap ers lc to bow ea- chOvercoats If you have ever been ill our store filth looked through its diilwreut departments you know that we snow more liens Hovs anti Children Suits and than in t JBAVER DAM KY visitedr7 a W 4IInlll ing the depot and the unknown man called back charge this to the company and ran and bonded tlift train A wire was sent to Conduc tor McGraw telling him of the ac tion but he failed to locate the man u I RallyThere jl rally at Dundee onSaturday De emher4Jl- I Hon E L Davenport will be in at tendance and will address the farm ore on the labor questions now con fronting the pc nle The commit tee on arrang m nts have extended an invitation t everyone to attend Subscribe for THE REPUBMCIAN le I i 1 4 WJ IFatrs Thanksgiving bo inadequate for us to express our i our patrons for their abort patron ago during the past year Wo certainly appreciate it Wd are striving day by day to give to our trade the very best morehamliso that the markets allord at the lowest possible prices Satisfied customors fire what wo want Jf every purchase is not satisfactory wo shall consider it a favor to have you call and in fform us r Read Special Prices Below I fThanksgiving Cloak Sale Wo do nut expect to sell Cloaks to evoryboily but Iwe do invite you to call and see our line For this special sale we have just received some extraordina garments in JJrown Castor and Black that wo lslIl1 would bo cheap at 10 that all may wear try garments at a low figure we make a QO lullllICO at vpO FursIthe high quality nod low pri drawing curds ill QUi Fur de partment Look where you please then conic to us wo absolutely guarantee you better goods pager Iselection at a lower price than any house in Ohio county Thanksgiving Overcoat and Suit Sale Men must be eared for as well as the ladies S we have prepared some special prices on extra good If values in Suits and Overcoats For this sale only we give you pick of any l fU Suit or Overcoat ijot the cheapest made qualities but uptodate in style an workmanship Choice cur 1 A 98only I v I Thanksgiving Basement Sale S Our basement is always full of real values till thishpwinl occasion we have made extra lutI tIlls department Kemember nothing is over and till in piiee but you trot 25c 50c values Dont lake our word fur it wo insist on you tolling and see for yourself l i w wwwwwwur These specials do not include our stock Kemem her we are headquarters for Dry Uoods Underwear Shoes etc We oiler more goods for same money of 4 I sumo goods Jill less money than any house in Hart ford aS Title 33 t27 1n ivrSl t i I Harforcl Republic h FRIDAY DECEMBER 1 u Illinois Contra RnllroatiTlmo Table Nurlll nun sill NolTlitH lCil in No i11111Jpln- No 102 ship S37i in multi lliMiiil Su 11luIItl- SllII n tn gnu Is nu Nil Ut line 9445 in III KOTI I TIIK UHIIWIHAX prhulrep nl rliHrico llmiory Xollrri OlillunrlrN Itpftiiliilintiw nl limprrl Fir lollir rxKtit nl 110 wntvlr Allover Iliiuninnniil a Merge lor HI Hie nllilbnourylr + rnt ivlili IIIHIIIIMHIII Io fIrT In n word ul nrrrl Inulmler Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant Mr M F Sharp Narrows called to see us Monday Mr I Kinder Livermore called to see us last Saturday Mr J B Howard Fordsville was pleasant caller Monday My My Fresh Oysters Fish and Celery at City Restaurant Mr J A King Beaver Dam was a pie tpant caller last Friday Arbin Petty the tailor is ready to do your work in firstclass style Nicest line of Cakes and Crackers in Hartford at City Restaurant Highest cash prices paid for furs SAM BACH Mr U G Whalen Prentis was a pleasant caller Tuesday n i Tne infant son of Mr and Mrs R B Martin is quite ill We have the best goods for the least money CARSON Co- W H Griffins Drug Store will be headquartered for Xmas goods j Take your furs to Sam Bach and i get the highest cash price for them J IWe want Turkeys Eggs Chickens and Feathers CARSON Co For tho freshest and purest drugs go to W II Griffins J A Thomas Corner Ladies clothing prey J A Petty manager of the Hartford Pressing Club j After visiting his family here for i a few daysCol CMiBarnett return I ed to Louisville Sunday Rev A J Williams will preach at I saturIduMr and Mrs A L HudsonOwens I boro are the proud parents of a new boy born the 2Sth ult Ladies skirts and furs of all description at rock bottom prices a- Long t 8i Cos Economy Store The Peters Shoes are the best fo style and wear Yqu will find them at Long Cos Economy Store iPrices greately reduced in millinery goods Dont fail to look throug- this Store stock Long Cos Economy j Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers I grocery Work guaranteed Prompt I delivery Agept Riclnnond Laundry V 46tf eta We will pay 20 cents for eggs until further notice CARSON Co The prettiest Xmas Goods will be found at 11 H Griffins new Drug- Store Mr W D Moore Loujsvile is the guest of his patents Capt and Mrs W H Moore The newest thingr in ladies and gents furnishing are always shown at Long Cos Economy Store Mr W T Woodward will leaveI next Tuesday for San Angelo Texa- where he will spend the winter No old sto k Every thing new and freshat W H Griffins new standIp arc better prepared to fit you up I than any one else j Mr John Pendleton Taylor who attending the Louisville Training School is the guest of his parents Hon and Mrs H P Taylor See Arbin Petty in the basement of the New Commercial Hotel and have that old suit rehauled He will make it look as good as new We have an elegant line of Ladies Cloaks at lr0 to 18 Mens Over coats 2 to 15 All of the newest and latest styles CARSON Co City Restaurant most uptodate place in Hartford Everything neat as a pin Everything good cooked as order cdrMr Gob McCormich of No creek was adjudged a lunatic in Cir cuit Court last Saturday and wa taken to the asylum the first of the weekCi Wo can certainly please you both in price and quality with the im munse stock of Umbrellas we are I Store showing at Long COd Economy lastGI Saturday from a brief visit to son Mr A L Hudson Ow uu c3j and her brother Mr Z 0 King at I i Central City IWe have a god assortment of j Guinea Flannels Outing Cloths Chi volts Ducks Porcalls and all kinds I of woolens at the lowest prices CARSOV Co Mr James Wimsatt died at his home near Dundee last Friday morn ling after a brief illness His re i mains were interred at the Whites ville cemetery Saturday jNo better styles in Ladies mid I j Children 1Vrapsare found anywhere- in the county than they are showing at Long Cos EconomyJStore and the prices cant 4- Mr W B Taylor County Judge elect has purchased a lot on Clay street near the Walker proper ty and will erect a residence on same in the near future Prof H KTaylor of Becchmont Ky will speak in the interest of temperance and the Kentucky Anti I Saloon League at the tempelanelI rally at Hartford I Moore Crabtree will sell youi j beef by the quarter at 4c per pound i for front quarter and 5 c per pound I for hind quarter and will cut it up for you They pay cash for hides Remember we are headquarters ill for Underwear and our stock has beau renewed Just come and get prices and see quality at Long Cos Economy Store and its all over The American Society of Equity have purchased from Martin CoIi the tobacco factory located at ford It will be used by the A S of E for the purpose of pooling their tobacco ISheri Cal P Keown left Wednes mormng for the Eddy ville peni to tentiary with Wonderful Moss who was sentenced to one years confinement I a therein at the recent term of j of Circuit Court of If you are needing photos of in yourself or nip member of your opportunityrFloating Studio Good work guar anteed and delivered promptly andha or profession Read the display advertise I ment of the six Morse Schools of j Telegraphy in this Issue and learn how easy a young titan or young lady j may position learn telegraphy and be asuredJ is aN u lTh local Y M C A held appro priate Thanksgiving services at tinII Hartford Methodist church yester day J C Durrett of Midway Ky an J B McFerren of Louisville ar spending the week with Mr J C Riley and are bird hunting i evange1Iisdusting a series of meetings at the Methodist church He is preachin- some very able sermons apse H Hcavrin of Louisville to Miss Stella Rothchild of Owensboro The nuptil rites will be solemnized at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Wile 214 Lewis street Owcnsboro on the aifter noon of December 6th WANTEDBy Chicago Manufact uring House person of trustworthi ness and somewhat familiar with local territory sis assistant in branch office Salary 18 paidweekly Permanent position No investment required Previous experience not essential to engaging Address Manager Branches Como Block Chicago 12tl2 Col S R Dent who for sixteen teen years has written insurance in Hartfordand Ohio county for the best companies in the country is in our town in the interest of his business He is one of the politest and andfrepresents Mr George Batcher lately of Hef Kyswere marriage at the residence of Rev heek at Paducah Ky on the afternoon of the 20th inst Rev Cheek officiating The bride is the daugh ter of Rev J W Cantrell who until the recent session of conferancc was pastor of the Nocreek Methodist church The groom is the brother of S A Bratcher of Matanzas and i a popular and promisingyoung man License to Wed The following permits to wed have been grunted by County Clerk 11 S Raglandsince our last issue Enos Annis Cromwell age 18 to Lizzie Shields Cromwell age 16 Walker YogIc McHenry age 28 to Minnie Lee Dobbs Rosine age 16 W L Sheffield Hartford age 23 to Norm Hoover Beda age 23 L L Leach Rob Roy age 27 to Dora Flener Rob Roy age 20 hOSING OUT SM I must sell my entire stock of Hardware c for spot cash at cost or less in the next 25 days Bargains in Anything I have liatf W S Tinsley It NARSOWS Miss Minnie Bean of Hartford and Miss Verna Boswell of New jIvaMrs Stephen Brown and children 1 f Fordsville visited friends here 4 the first of the week Mr and Mrs Henry Carter receiv j- ed a visit frm the storks Sunday j Its a girl George Foreman is dangerously of intertinal trouble J B Renfrow has an order from people in Tennessee for five carloads of corn He is paying 40 cents and the farmers began delivering Wed nesday Yegmen the safe in A R Sores Thursday night About seventy dollars in cash and forty dollars in checks were taken No goods or other property was mig nitroglycerinthe thief A downpour of rain approaching cloud burst fell in the eastern end the county Tuesday night Many the small creeks reached a flood tide the highest since the waterspout May 1655 The Narrows A S sf E is booma ing Tventy two new members Saturday night and nearly twenty Applications for membership are pending for the next meeting The farmers are to a man holding their tobacco for the Equity price and will pool at Fordsville beginning December S S i SMALLHOUS Nov 29lIr W C Overhultswho teaching at Matanzas spent Sat ardor night and Sunday at his home r1w a ex t te t 11eHeadquarters jE 4I Character in Clothing is not the result of correct J gfashion only There must be grace of cut beauty of jj 4 finishcorrectness of lit and destruction of fabric itt blotIding a big price for them but you can find them 4Io 4 at the lowest und reasonable prices jj it41 1 Mens Clothing j 4Our assortment of Suits contains vhc newest mode4 els fresh from the bench in the latest patterns in i 4 SINGLE OR DOUBLE BREASTED JJ g SACK SUITS of fine Worsteds Cassimeres i 41 Cheviots Thibets Etc cut and made to perfection jj g Prices ranging from STto 15 Cheaporgradcs g 41 of good quality well made A r rt and Choicy Pattern from vp4Du LU 7 o i blY bloe141 Suitable for all occasions in the or shortest 61 1 b1out1 bf bbs4tare able to satisfy the boys when it comes to jj Suits Overcoats Shoes or 1111 article that i made i tfiC 031 We cannot sell you Xmas to s fur tho children b toCtI 011 z S Our Shoe Department b t d Is filled with the latest styles in all Leathers and j y 1 styles for both sexes We carry the best and most fa U zydS1 you for it4 b W We show the fashionable Shirts Collars Neck j 4 ties Hosiery Handkerchiefs Suspenders Gloves 41 Underwear and other articles that it takes to make tJo g up liens Furnishings 11 b1Io e 44- b We Remain Yours for Xmas Trade it 11 5AM BACH b b 114 MARTFORD KY bi- rwa + nvCawi4 arwwYawa awo av7 a ard- yqp nL fooo 0oo oo 000 q + t loIDANK if HARTfORD I oJoCCt t H r131 1Ntd2 jP P gSurplusStockholders Addil Liability 4000000 Securetyto Depositors 9100000iJ W FORD President JOHN T H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Cashiert 0hJW FORD H P TAYLOR 1Jo G THOMAS + t If i APM1 w near heir Miss Ntra Bennett Matanzas is the guest of plies Debbie Taylor at this writing Mr and Mrs Seth Hunter were the guests of their brother Mr James Bennett Matanzas Saturday night aud Sunday Mrs Lizzie Withrow is the guest of Mr little Withrow and family Mrs G H Lawrence spent sever t days with her mother Mrs A B Stanley at Beaver Dam last week Rev G H Lawrence was elected pastor of Smallhous church for one year at the regular meeting Saturday evening Mrs Julia Withrow attended a surprise birthday dinner at South Carollton given to Mrs Elizabeth Erving recently Rev L W TichenorMessrsS W Bilbro Clarence Qverhults Harry Bennett and Miss Nora Bennett i 1 h R HOLBROOK JNO T MOORE r t yr ft Directors r i n u Matanzas attended preaching at Smallhous Sunday Rev Tichenor through courtesy of pastor G H Lawrence filled the pulpit Sunday and preached an interesting sermon A protracted meeting will begin at Smallhous church the first Sunday night in December Miss Altha Addington is spending this week at Heflin the guest of Mrs Lillie Foster Quite a large crowd attended the prayer meeting at Mr s Sunday night which was a regular oldfashion prayer meeting and was enjoyed by all present Rev George Johnson and Mr Southard Muhlenburg attended the prayer meeting at Mr Godseys Sunday night Mr C WOverhpltsspentSunday- ip Central City 118 HIIcPtf LIFE OF THE SHOP CIRLv I Low Moral Tone Is Not to Be Found as Lecturers Point Out Expe rience of a Writer The Ph D had aroused my in terest by her stories of the ob noxious attentions which were the portion of the saleswoman and Of her brilliant exposition of the low moral tone which pervaded all de partment store life says a writer in Public Opinion Yon may be sure I was alert for the fist symp torn I kept open eyes and ears nod even tusked leading questions Hilt I was doomed to disappoint meat Where 1 had expected to s unearth filthy scandals I could find only kindness and decency Were the lloorwnlkcrs fresh They were uniformly patient and courteous Mr Simpson was a boss respected and admired by all of us table girls lIe secured us a raise in salary of 50 cents a week and stood between us and the do partments whose goods we did not always sell in the desired quantities The expert graduate optician who tested eyes free in a booth across from my table would if urged lend his knife but beyond that he attended to his own busi ness and hud none of us Ve even entered and left the store bya sep nrate door from the men- The firm was in the race foriv money and business along the j most scientific lines was the order of the day So strong was Hlis spirit that newcomers were licked into shape without delay The I balconr otlice was reinforced dur SIIIrintendjellt lug to Louise she was up on gossip of time stores was the holy limit It took that gentle man just five days to overcome hisC tendency to hold the stenograjj phers hand to harden his tender glances to a straight look and to eliminate the personal element when he handed out application a blanks I was to be sure hoi lered at on Store than one occa sion but I had earned my re j proofs Once when I wore a whit- ewaistall female employes a were requested to dress in black I was severely reproved Again Mr Simpson remonstrated against i 15 minutes overtime at lunch Ii was absent one day1 had been looking for a most remunerative johund on my return was dis patched to the superintendent lie was a young man much im pressed with his own importance j but most businesslike See here he said punching my time card we cant have young girls coming in ami out of here as you please I was sick I explained meekly i- Thats another matter molli trod I hope youre better HE HATED EACH THE SAME Dcrmark Wanted It Understood That in Entertaining Britons GernMany Was Not Slightedi A speech made by Commandant Iiiiimiii at Klsbcig on the nets mm of the arriymlIf the British fleet in the Hall ii caused great amusement to those who heard ilINed who were able to understand till Danish language It is III many ways the most delightful lire of sarcasm One object of the speech was toI Fliow that in welcoming the ish fleet Denmark had no desire toII I discourteous to Germany wished to be on excellent terms with both thesegreat iVSIbtyflilowing extract was the prim piil point of till discourse j A hundred years ago Knglnnd des oyid our fleet mind ravaged our i entry from sea to sea 41 yt MIS ago Germany ruined us on hud mad robbed us of half our ter ritory Ve do not hate England more than we do Germany nor Germany more than we do Eng laud A mouth ago we welcomed tIll German sailors today we wel come the English Ilea Long live the powerful English nation say 1Jaitlerful Germans n 2 Rapid Rise A man who within the last five years has risen from the pasitlo- of a mine laborer to be the richest man in Mexico has offered to pa air i lie Mexican natlonnl debt i which exceeds JO000fll0 He de veloped gold and silver mines l which afro said toyieliThitii t ooo1 000 a year- DESERT WONT BLOOM Million Acres in California GivenI Over to Alkali and Snakes Frisco Contemporary On Jiinu Hi 1JOl 1000000 acres land in California were thrown open to tatty This tummy be taken up either under the desert laud act or as homesteads in tenacre 11crnaut 11eThere is a good deal of talk about making till desert bloom as tin rose Some deserts blossom but not this one Nobody will 11rrI do more for this desert than Mother Nature has done The only blooming nature has brought about there is that ItsI freckled bosom blossoms with large alkali pustules or pimples punctuated with sage brush and cactus This sums up the flora of the new promised land The fauna include jack robI hits horned toads Gila monsters and venomous snakes The soil is coarse gravel and on top of the coarse gravel there is a tine alkali powder which when the blows and the wind blows often sweeps over the scorching and barren lund like the dreaded I storms of the Sahara which by the way they much resemble Even fur to the southwest ranJtsj dwellers in southern California the midst of their orange groves Even this distant touch of the des winds causes trees to wither rase to scorch and men and aul keenlyj desert the Bun moves like a ball of tire across sky of brass Rarely dons n cloud break the intensity of its pitiless ra s- Tbose credulous persons who may believe that this is the kind of desert which by irrigation maybe turned unto a garden are doomed to disappointment There s no water on this desert strip The waters of the Colorado may be led on the lands of the YumI desert but that is far lower inloIel than are these Much of this Mojave strip is titan elevation of 2000 or 3000 feet As for artesian water the writ er personally knows of one well which was bored for nearly 2000 feet ending in igneous rock and producing nothing hut profanity The last hope for the settler onI this barren land would be Ihn dis of precious metals They may exist there We do not say they cannot be found Hut we 1111IpPet experienced for I half a century If a tenderfoot can find a gold where an old California olio i falls he is a smart It II IItIf 01111 Hut we doubt his success We warn all eastern people not to be deluded by false even b well meaning represent a lions concerning this strip of loud he tweets Mojave and the Colorado river It is strewn with theskel 01 ons of prospectors till bones of ininuils It is a place of skulls IRussin Recruiting 11111111 11111 i Ii II I in Kussia is nIMIofyear for military service All the oung men of tin Papist of this age lane 10 appear at till recruit ug olllces and draw lots those taking out till lower numbers hav hug then to undergo a medical ex timination The distances in Kus sia from the villages to towns are enormous nod often have to be revered on foot This involves a loss of time and labor to each fun fly having a member of the re cruiting age The number of re traits to be enlisted this year is unprecedented IGuilty Conscience Heres some distinguished foreigner who complains bitterly of the different noises in New York Mrs Jnstwedde blushing hearnus kissing Chicago Daily News 17LILd9TOTistELt Bun thelhB Kind Yd H3V8 Always BOCB Bfgnatnre 11 ftI1tf f OLD BOSTON TOLLHOUSE i Ancient Landmark In City of Cam bridge Mass Han Been Sold for 25 IFor the pnltrv sum of 25 time oiu of till ninny rol of bygono Buys in the city of I Cambridge which during its ex istence has held probably many thousands of dollars Iran been sold says the Huston Transcript The house stood for more than a rentnry at the Cambridge end of the West Hoston bridge hilt dime ug the last few years has been so badly in need of repairs that it was more of an eyesore than a thins to admired as having hero handed down by our forefathers The house had been in tlhmsek since ISilS and from the appear ante of it at the time of its demo lition one might readily believe that no repairs hud been made upon it since that time It isprob able that so jjreat was the rjnie injr when the West Boston bridge I was made a free bridge there was no plate in the hearts of Cum I bridge citiens for sentiment and none arose in the hearts of their descendants to prompt them to U preserve the old landmark The tollhouse was first used when the West Itoston bridge known as the N Great bridge was completed itwhich was demanded of him In 18IU Moses Hadley was made tillt tollcoHectornndcontinued in that capacity until ISiS when the bridge was mode a free bridge Not an Insult A woman tusked a London mag istrate the other day for a sum mons against another woman JOIt calling her a Japanese The nag 1IIIIIIsuittocallita IIDoxof Windows i A wandering thespiau who vanishes from Broadway every summer sad tllllI turns up like u bud penny when the big play houses open for the season was sighted in his usual haunts re Comm tly Hello old bow cried one of his rathskellerfriends Where have you been suirnieriiig Oh I Will out on the Pacific roast Had u delightful time know I am very fund of tray IIYOII O you told me I suppose you rums through Oregon Colorado and the other picturesque states of the Golden West 1 Yes I passed through nearly ill of them And did yon admire time Coliim Lila river 1111 11111II 1Ot passed near it hut I Idlltlt see it strange I shouldnt think that anyone with a love for the pictnresipio would miss seeing the Columbia river lint surely 1111111Iaveinspring geysers of Colo tiiilo1 Didnt see anyof them What Yon mean to tell mn j you traveled through the most picturesque part of America mud IiI not even look out of the car window The thespian shook his head and smiled The car didnt have sell win dotes he said I came across in 1 box ear QeWKtts B Salvo For Piles Burns Soros A Bad Some day you ScareIwhen you feel a and fear appendicitis Safety lies in Dr Kings Now Life Pills n sure cur for all bowel and stomach dis eases as such a headache bilious nest costiveness etc Guarrnteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug jotre only 25c Try them What He Needed ilernldt N H there lived a farmer Jim Spauld by name who was noted for his wit lOne day while discussing with al neighbor keen scent of dogs the neighbor said I have a dog that found me out by my smell the other day after had gone about seven miles from cJ OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes fifty and have a The kidneys are your blood purifiers they filter the waste or Impurities bloodIIf sick of order they fall do their work achesandrheu matlsm from ex cf uric acid the blood due neglected Idneg trouble unsteadpheartthey had heart trouble because the heart Is everworking pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begln ning kidney trouble if you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot great kidney remedy Is soon realized stands the highest for Its wonderful cure cf most diitrcaing cues and Is old on Its merits by all druggists cent onedollar siz es You may out In the are to Palm come cess In to in to In the It the In sample bottle by mall mum of snapRoot free also pamphlet telling you to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co BInghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers j SwampRoot and thin address BInghamton Y on every bottle r q moo p Now what du you think of that1Ve11 said Jim I think you I a bath very much To cure a cold when U have no- coughto cure a COUdl when you have no coldto cure yourself when you have both take Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar The new i idea the original and only genuine Laxativo cough syrup Remember name Kennedys rendsee that the red clover blossoms is on carton Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros Most Expensive Scissors The German Emperor nOllongagoi received a peculiar a i scissors but so exquisitly made as to be valued at nearly S500 A steel merchant was the giver He had the Emperors and some cele brated historical buildings engraved on the scissors The engraver is said to have worked five years at his task No Secret About it i It is no secret that for cuts burns ulcers fever sores sore eyes boils etc nothing is so effective as Bucklens Arnica Salve It didntl take long to cure a bad sore I and it is all 0 K for sore eyes writes D L Gregory of Hope Tex 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store i NOY1C H j Orders Ohio County Court regtt j far term November Pth 1905 Pros Hon James P Miller JudguIJoe James c for r motion Local option election town of Con I tertown This cause again coming cm on this j November 6th 1903 it being the regular November term 1905 Ohio County Court and no exceptions having been filed the following order is now entered towit On motion of appliants to have an i order entered directing that a Local Option electionbe holt 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 money an amount sufficient to pay for printing or posting and advertising as provid i ed by law and the fees of the Clerk for making entry in the order booki and the Court being sufficiently vice it is ordered and adjected by the Court that atthe last proceeding gen teal election 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 pre reveling 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 Octobe lhe 2nd 1905 it is therefore ordered and adjudged b the court that arfolection be held i n the town own of Centertown on the I8th day of December 1905 to take the sense of the legal voters of said fli Iof town who are qualified to vote for county officers upon the question I whether or not spinltuous 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 l of Ohio county is ordered and direct ed to hold said election lIe will will open a poll at the voting place j in said town on said d ate for the I purpose taking the senses of the legal voters of said town who j are qualified to vote at elections for county officers upon the tion whether or not 8pirituouNI virtuous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in the town of Centertown Ohio count Ky It is further ordered and adjudged that a special registration be held in the said town of Center town Ohio county Ky a town of the sixth class on Saturday Decem rcStistratlon at the special election to bo held on December the 8th 1905 whose names have not been recorded on the registration book for that year and said registration shall be adver tised or published in like manner as the time anti place of said localop publishe1 A copy attest 11 S HAOUVNI Clerk By U G RAGLAN D C Pursuant to the foregoing order and judgment of the Ohio County Court I will on Friday December 8 1905 cause a poll to he 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 qual ified to vote for county officers lip on the proposition Whether or not spiritous vinos or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or oCiI Ohio county Kentucky this the 21st tiny of November 1905 CAL P KKOWN S O C Im5000 THfG RAPH fRS NEEDED I Vnnniillv to ml tar nrw oln rretrIbr llHllronil iti I TtVuriih toiiiiiniii ter venal YOUNG MEN N LADIES o itiol lib Ire lu LEARM TELEGRAPHY IAI = L000= r 27G- iv iinilh Ti IKT nut of IIIWtdtl1111 Stiilliiti Av ntH In Aiiuilrri Our Ix Srliool urf tiinlHtKnt nrililte TrlrBMph SrhunU In IhI world IIIhllbIII ron nml pmlnrMil tij HI Irnillnir Iliillnny OrHrlnU Wt r xiHiiti n I3W lloAil to fvi rv ittniliiit i InroUb blm or hrr n po mans mjrlBir from fin to ARO n mi nth InStntrr rnt tit Ihr nx ky noln tHini nr from 4 T to Ell+ e month In Sttw ntof III UllnU I 1IIfIIIIoIiStndrntxvim enter it linn Fur tail iirfl nlnr nwinlliiK nnynf onrhrbiMiN urlu tiles t lomir MwnllTfiiff r Iii Iiinn U D 11111IThe Morse School of Telegraphy Cincinnati Ohio Utiftalo N V Atlanta Ca LnCrossu WIKI TexarkanaTox Snn Francisco il II tY er T 0a W d v4 m 0 iMG FOUR I The Best Line to Indannpaila PI bOrfy J II ttII- e8 n- f f aatrftlttlstal rtiaBuffalo ittq11YIk I rstOIi I Awl all other point East P Information cheerfully fur i I nished on application at City Ticket Office Big Four No 2J Fourth avenue or write to ISJ JATES Passenger Dept Irii viik1 Ky S l c t 1s BEST FOR THE- BOWELS III htwnt a regular heilthy movement of the buoclinvrrydirToatelllorwIUU Keep your Lowell oneu the ihipe ot I Iolent p loorpill poison is The smoothest etileil mont petted wiy ot keeping t the bowels clear and dun Ii to take LiCANDY 10 ttv t IOllilll EM LIKE CANDY yPleasant Palatable Potent Taite Good Do Good Never Sicken Weaken or Orlwi 10 U and M cent per box Write far Ire lample and book let on health Addreia tU Stet llnq Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Ao 1 I f i c U ItAitNTT C U SMITH BAHNETf SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW ii tittriiKii tY ri1ULltsnudndioluluNrulluthrxndluItlMApl riVliilntuntl mIVHitiiliII hUlluntIlfllirlriHfi 11111001liinliiinl ItiHl Kutntt Lnw Sjwlnltu OIlKviii Ilrtuldt tx nutidtu6IFRANK L FELIX AttoneyatLawItll1lllnl Vlliriirilr liU prelrslnn In Ohio end ml jlnlnhiK minify nod In Ilk court ul AP1wn1 Criminal prHrllrv nml Collntliiim it 0 nlilljr Illnrrlathellrrund Imllillnx CHAS M CROWS LAWYER HAiaroiH Kv IVIII 1111 lrITIn nil th rourla ZiJaf ohln and niljnlnlnir munlliii Ned In II e- nIlilI NI eeltittvnuaglretyrrlminlyirnrflipHml in ri llirllnn ornro mesa tUr krt nml eatsratrtTAtsume rurMT 0itii lri JNO P orAC0111EYHARTFORD KY eollertlonmnkiegpbtrtirtArnbnSnnryIntiu ry OWreforth aldpotillruser R R WEDDING Attorney at Law ifAulTaono Krt- 1 111 tirnrtlrfinthpStHtP 111 nitI riMwntmrliiliii for leuln Kir CullMHnni 1 Ia5ulsrInldlciurShlnoury itM I IIIAVHIN Iwonq UOiiliWAItlt HEAVRIN WOODWARD cot a cq c t- tQU1 I IA pTISN Ii 1 rill IhCnnftfsalterIllnn1h n W H BARNES V Attorney at Law II 1 1SDrINST1 tITSIISIt1- IIARTNI FT Will priinl hie nXH in n tilL buttei InthrCtnrtlppenlelbnelaentrnte1 tn hlinrr ollerrlune 1111 lInrt Ill rnrlhtu yrA1r11tNIHiIIU rd KfntucU ttlll prrtirrldc rifinii In nil rhnatlutI hl end n ga0du ninilni NiiunlliCiiiirtur- njtnip AIi Nllirjr Pull Illlliv IIVT tIrt NnMiiinl tank VEARSI TRADe MARKS- COPYRIGHTS DESIGNS ticAnyone ftqntrklr a lIonllrrltllJ liiTrnlliin If orIhronmuni vnngsetaem iprnotice without chart Iu tb- oScientinc A hnndiotnelr tlhtratpd Rillerkctmeitweekly lirrwt rfr JiuUtlou of any ppienllflft j urnal Trnuala-er nmr tomb tl Soul Ljf all tiennlfulem r Yorkllraocb A j PROCURED AND DEFCNDCD Son model COUNTRIESfarnexr rrporth1O I Hmr I mnny ant jlmlt1faintPatent and hfringementPnctlcefscludrttr Write or mine fay HUth StiNt U4tI I I rtDUG 5 rid f- I TELEPNtCilMP y I INIIIKI IluTl The Rongh River Telephone Co operatedby l- I reasonable rates Prices for toll ser I exltendedconversation 15 miles 10 cc 30 I miles 15 cts 45 miles 15 cts tc W A CHANDLER Gen Mr KyjyI a i U RIDER AGENTS fflo Money Required blcyclokSSon 924I1904 Modols0 tffOVBebt Makes dl Iny wufrc or model want at otc tldnl usual i beeit SJ ON APPROVAL C 0 D to any INl ono iril ont a itnt deposit and 10 DAYS bindingPi uUiii In traits by Cliloaini rfttllitores tBd ID QO all nalu s and mnrlel swt + nnwr rlceInuubiFACTORYUU PUNOTUREPROOF TIRES 4EP6a Regular price 8GO per pair To Introduce 7JW8 will Sell t You lS Salf1ploN GLASS P lETI9 NO MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES Result in years rxiicrlenc In tiro maklne No dango from THORHS OAOTUS PINS NAILS TAOKSor CLASS Serious punctures like Intentional knlfo CULI CUll bo vulcanized like any other tin SELF COVERED by OF Send fur T iliowlnir all klndi and mae ot tire at S2m pair and liPSlmi Cottorllrakr s liilltui Wliveh and Illfyrlpahunilrlni at Hall the usual prloum Notice tho thick rubier trrad A ami iniiictur strip + II seal II Thus tin will h outlast anr ntlir nuk Sift iia ll and Ear Riding Wo will ahlp C 0 D ON APPROVAL AND EXAUINtTION mtel a tent ttfmt Wo will allow a ommh of r1 thereby the price HSO twr pair tt yon rind full cash with ortiur TIreS to bo at our cipvnso It not aatbfactory on ciamlnatloii V MEAD CYCLE CO Dept II JL CHICAGO ILL I OOR CLUBBING RATES THE RiMiHurAv fwd Louisville Hom1d125iLu- Jo RKiiinutAv and Louisville Daily HumId 300 RKiUUMtAJf and CourierJournal 160n RiMUHUCAX find St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 RKIUIIUCAX and Homo and Farm 125 RBPUHMOAX and Lippcncotts and Cosmoplitan 325 UBPUIIMCAN and IVicoa Week ChvehsboroJnquirer 175 THE ItKiiiiutUN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 JTuB RKIUHUCAN and 1wiccn Week Oboro Messenger 175 RBianiurvx fwd National Mngnine 150 Address orders to THE REPUBLICAN Ii PatioIa1 tonneR dose before rach menl will miller you lees IThe Iand well PAN 0 LA has no equal for ImllceiiMnn Dyspepsia ol the Ilend Throat Stomocb Rowels Lvt nnn Kidneys e IIR Grippe Rod general debility Made by the LIKTCHPIKLD PIIAR i MACAL CO Inc for pale IV I s J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I Southern Raiway I Shortest ant Fastest Lines Irltoa Lexington ant Louisville =1 U- LouisanifleI Wes I Two trains daily as follows Leave Lexington 610 a m Lou jsville 900 a m at St Louis 612 p m Carrying vestibuled coaches and CafeObservation Par cartethroughwithout p Leave Lexington 530 p m Lou isvillo 1015 p m arrive at St Lou is 732 a m carrying free reclin ing chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without change Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 I Host Main St Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky o- rt Depots t Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this office cheap I A ATARRCURE I Elys Cream Balm U quickly absorbed Gives Rllel at Once JIt cleanses soothes heals and protects 1110 diseased mem- Jk1I11 Itcurcs Catarrh and drives Wo allow our of I I a cOld In the FEVEstoresTasto and Smell Full aizeSOctsatDrug giRls or by mail Trial Sizo 10 by Ely DrothersGG Warren NowYork EASY RIDING STRONG DURABLE HEALING FULLY PATENTS BEWARE IMITATIONS Catalocuo discount tnaUlnir ntunicd THE TUB THE THE THE TUB all Modern Catarrh arrive Union Sltcet I Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For o Prfcff I A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Monty back If It falls Trial Bottlaa ftM Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS r Through Pullman steeping and free rec into chair cars IlomeaoaROrsEEGurIona first and third Tuesdays of each naerlpivetitemturelmspspamphletskldere H C TOYiHS- PSIIIl Rru IG a e 53 WEEKLYd NEW YORK LETTER The Knitted Sweater In Smart New Model Derby Jacket the Lutes VogueBewitching Scarf and Evening Shawl of Egyptian Lace and Syrian Net By RENE DEVERAUX Among the multitude of tvIiIii Icn 1 extravaganeleri of dress Indulged 11 i by the woman of fiixhlon from HCIIHOU to yoiiHott mi occasional ronlly prac tlenl Kenslblu vognu stands out glori ously In relief like u good deed lu u naughty world Those women who have inutlled them solves up wife from the penetrating cold of u bleak tiny lu knitted Hwenter pulled yell up u roil ml the throat be heath the rain coat or giving add tional comfort while motoring or tramping know Just how HatUfaetory a fnxlilou the Introduction of these 50 wool garments ushered In That their real worth U appreciated Is Indlented by tine continued vogue trout xeaHon to sensual each year bringing a number of smart new Motels xplendld lmpn ve aunts use those of the year before Whether or not Increased facilities a making lire responsible as the denmnd fur these gurmeiitH liieniisc lief Hcale of prices grows beautifully les- suntil n well made sweater or gulf vest In now within the menus of all and surely no woman who values her health should be without one In home shape or turns The scarlet Norfolk belted and but toned down the front with white pearl button Is exceedingly smart this seas son used delightfully comfortable for golf or tennis lleneath the box err the sweater blouse Is conveniently worn Most of tiaras are muck with knitted rolled dollar which limy be turned up around the throat If desired Some smart new models lire of white with collars surd cults of modish colors A loosely knitted white sweater was blouse toilet with n broad stylish collar of dark blue nod green closely knitted In blended stripes The trot I i i I I t STYLISH AND SEllVICUAnLE M Tilts NEW MODEL LOOSE HWKATEU was fastened with large white pearl buttons and finished at the waist line with n broad knitted girdle effect snug ly lining White with red rolled collar and cuffs maul solid colors look well when tine coat Is slipped off the fashionable cut of sleeves and other details being extremely becoming Quite the newest model Is tile derby jacket made entirely without fullness fitting the figure as did the old time Jersey These are knitted with a de cided flare over the hips and may be advisedly worn by even the woman of most generous proportions- It Is rather disheartening to the re turning summer clrl who knitted her READ THIS HopWnsvile Ky June7th1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I suffered ten years with severe kidney and bladder troubles and at times was unable to work I was advised to try your Texas Won der and afterusing onefourth of a bottle I passed a large gravel ahd I have never suffered since passing thesame three years ago I have recommended it to many other who reported themselves cured I most heartily recommend it to all sufferers from kidney or bladder diseases SAM PEAK A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will bo 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 PO box 629 office JoI01 Street ST own sweater during her loNnro hours at the seashore to lad such licnutlos ready made at prices front 275 up These are trot handmade she con tniulB but they are really HUnmlng Less pnictlral lint so pimlonably clinrniliiK cro the numbers of ex rjuUltPly dainty sends temptingly ills plnyiHl on every slits mill wliluli scent Jnut planned for holiday gifts KKJP that lore ccarN two mid n half vnrdrf laK worked In clationite piittonm of gold Illici silk upon heavy net Syrian spangled not HcnrN of Hhlinincrln nil vcr wonderfully hnndniadc xvArtx of dull gold gad sliver not a trifle heavU Ihan UriiMHilx netall three lire to peep from the netk of the evening coat or hang loosely when the coat la worn open Very lovely little embroidered Chi ncne crepe shawls n yard Hijuare with tied frhure are prettily folded In n Minall tdiiinro box ready to slip the card In nail wend away IIH o ChrNtniax greeting A dollar or BO less than live HPiitls OIK of theses on Its way rejolc lug For almost the wune prix was a charming Pompadour silk scarf with senttereltmore vastly black net scar thickly em brolderiHl In dull rich gold The New York girl this season IH wearing roars violets thou ever before the purple tinted tin foil nod lavender cord and tassel being dlspenxitl with stenosdhooversrire greatly In demand tour nvulera any have any iiip tlon onrrrnlnB fashion or fabric nn wcroil vlthnut rhnrsc by Ilino Devcraux the a tilon pjcpert l y nildrcsKlnK Ilene Dev nnix 1 O llox sag Madison Square Vow York Inclosing stump for reply THE PRYING CENSUS MAN Cot an Early Inkling That Troubles ot Afternoon Had Degun When He Met Housewife The census man had passed a weary morning and when he saw little Sirs HoniidcH term and I scornful expression he realized that his afternoons troubles were beginning says Youths Com panion My husbands initials are A J Raid Sirs lieuiick in response one of the usual questions Ita A Tthat is alt If the bank people can accept his checks signed in that way 1 fail to see why you should care K rsoually to know what his name is- lilt it is the government of course I can hardly refuse to give you his name though I consider it very prying on their part to insist My husbands name is Aaron Jenkins Itemiuk nod if you are going to put that on your records I wish you to state distinctly that he was named for his grandfather proiHis mother wished to name hint Herbert Arundel for a dear friendMy name is Gertie A Remick You may write it Gcrhudeif you choose I never sign it that way The A stands for Adams my maiden name Well I think ray father would like to hear you say I had no legal right to both names Just as if I stopped being an AdonIs when I married A J1 Its perfectly ab surdMr Remicks age Well real ly when he told me that he was much older he hardly dared ask me to marry him I said at once I I shall never ask you how old you ore and I never have Any objection to telling my own Any objetI hardly see the point of such a question sir A woman who was only 26 on her last birthday doesnt generally have the least objection to tell ingItNo there is not anyone living with us at present that is she goes home nights she has a fam ily of her own lOt course she isnt here this afternoonthis is Thursday I suppose In your business all after noons are alike lDo I vote Do I vote Really I shall have to ask you to go Mr Remick said he hoped the next time anyone came anSI tried to talk to me about voting Id send that person to him I will bid yqu a good afternoon Surprising SubGubs I bought some chick ens yesterday and started a poultry yard and early this morn ing there were two colored men placeCol sub uphynrCatholic StandardII ITrrVV- VS I CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS But Couth Syrup Tastes Good UM In time Sold by dnlctilla STRONGAgain u as as U n IS it 10 It what Mrs Lucy Stovall of Tilton Oa said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia I Curs Hundreds ototherweakawomen being re stored to perfect III health by this remedy YOU may well it you will take It h Indigestion causes nearly all the sickness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased KodolI Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body arid rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingheartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat auubtuaslesIKoasis foal be T par as u is rturritlOJXWIII aO Oelsa 1TBA SolU bj Z WAYNE UIUIFIN THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner A School Girls Winter Dress at 98c Hide Ie sell ntuj al J200 No need of wasting time sewing for the gIrls when you can buy a stylish and serviceable dress at 98 cents You could not buy the material linings trimmings etc and have It cost you less than 75 per cent more than we ask for the entire requIredtoing power of MACYS the largest store polblerheand when the lot we now have on hand is exhausted they cannot be duplicated at the original purchase price therefore It Is advisable to get your order In early The dress Is made of excellent quality novelty mixed plaid fabric one piece style full blouse waist collar cults belt and strap on upper left side of plain cash mere braid trimmed further trimmed with gilt buttons full skirt with deep hem lined throughout wIth percallrie colors blue brown and green mixtures sizes 4 to 14 years price 98 cents postage e0 cents When ordering do not tail to state size Your money cheerfully refunded for any garment which does not prove satl fuc tory Our Christmas Gifts Catalogue Is now ready for mulling and will bo sent free on rcquest Instead of racking your brains In the selection of able Christmas Gift write a postal card NOW for our Catalogue Con tains thousands of suggestions illustrated with prices of suitable holiday gifts fornmn woman or child ITS FREE Address Room201 R H MACY fl CO NEW YORK I ky 1 I Cumberland 1 TELEPHONEI I heres nothing the nmttrr with my business I have the Cumber I laud Telephone In my reaidtice and place ol business My business huIncreased and my wiles voice is nev- erI heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours or good service and gentlemanly competition 11 E PATE Manr Ohio CountyCircuit Coort TK Ulrkhtad Judge Den D ItiOKo Attorney T H Black Jailer Ed 0 Derrase Clerk Frank L Fillx Waiter Com JaryFuodOPKowoC Keowo Clarence Keown Jo II Roberta Bam tXIondayNoymbrtwoCounty CoortJ P Miller Judge MS nag I1arUordCoart oDdlaCourt of Claims Conrenes ant Monday In Jainary Tuetday after second Monday In October CeralYFrankSchool SaperlnUndent Hartford Den L Davis CoronerSnlpharspringsU CourtsU F Hudion Bearer Dam February II Ma 18 August 31 November SO a1UJnbMOraham Narrow February 28 May 2 August In November 13 7AngastrtNovember6J A Hicks BufordFebrnary 7 May S Aug net 12 November 7 IIAaltlt24NonmbrllD J WIlcox Itopkport February 20 May S Augnt2 Noreraberl- 4SSvrtfor lS cllce CourtJno JI WIIoo Judge C K Smith City Attorney S r Barnett Marshal Court con Tense second Monday In eochnionth ZSolleloixa BrvlcaM E Church South Service third Sunday each month atllam and lra1ermoetlDgne17WldDUdaneDlog IlaptUt Church Serrlreiheld Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday end Sunday sight and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev J H lIarattllalorCI Service Oust Sunday In each monthatllBDiand7pnl Rev J D liar oed pallor School Trustees Hartford Ja P Miller J Glenn s T Stevens Dt Mocker J H B Car ion Jon C RUey City CouncilRowan Uolbrook Mayor H A Anderson Clerk Dr H J Wedding W S Tins ey A C Taylor ML UeavrlnT J Morton Councilmen Secret OoeittaA O U W meets flnt and third Friday youthllartford 876 FA AMaonflra Monday night la each month Hartford Tent No 09 Knights ot the Marta bees every Thurxday alght Rough River Lodge No 110 Knlgbtsot Pythla meet every Tuexlay night Pmton Morton rot No4 0 A R hold reg ntar meeting Saturday betoreflrit Sunday In each month Prom Write tbr our C FSELE TERWeap g wo Obtain PATENTS THAT PAYand inventors to anocec sendIMMEDIATI negietaredoa at B05B07 7th St WASHINGTON D C An Opportunity iWe want a man in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer ex ceptional induce meats to someone who commands a horse and wagon and f can devote his time to advancing the sales of our produc- tEnergeticmen find our proposition a moneymaker ca pable of development into a permanent and profitable business- i WRITE AT ONCE Wheeler Wilson Mfg 60 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CUICAGOJ J r tr t r e M Hartford Republican OfFIUDAY DECEMBER 1 I r H I Be Sure to Use Only r Cream of Tartar r Baking Powder I Food made with alum baking powder carries alum to the stomachunchanged e Scientists have positively demonstrated this and that such food is partly indigestible andunhealthful THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBrfefItems Various points inthe Northwest are suffering from snowfalls the drifts in some places being very deep 41 o Government Lock No G on upper Green river was completed Monday and the first boat went through to Mammoth Gave Ky Mrs Cassie L Chadwick has ex pressed a desire to go on the stand again in bandruptcy proceedings against her and a willingness to tell all the facts concerning her financial I dealings WaShingIton to the railway trades Tuesday by hazers ten minutes before an express train was due being released in the nickof time by a girl comrade Judge McMahon of New York sentenced three men and a woman to terms in prison aggregating thirty two years for trafficking in girls In passing sentence he denounced the crime as worse than murder Secretary Root has addressed a letter to Charles Raynard president of the American Society of the Isle I of Pines stating positively that in his judgment the Isle of Pines belongs to Cuba and strongly advising the Americans there to submit them selves to Cuban lawsee The official canvass of the ninety three counties which reported the vote on the constitutional amend ment at the recent election in Ken tucky shows that 55578 persons voted for a return to the open ballot 1 while 94449 were against it Twen tysix counties made no report of the vote cast BEDA Nov 28Dr J D Stewart wh has been at Dundee the past week returned home today- H A Baird wife and children I Kinderhook visited W C Ashly and family Sunday Miss Ethel Bennett and Sam Ellis visited Miss Clara Bennnett Sunday Miss Mabel Ashley visited her grandparents S A Bennett and wife Tuesday night I Quinton Ballard Dundee visited P T Park Saturday and Sunday Miss Clara Bennett went to Pleas ant Ridge Thursday- W H liar wife and children of Champaign III arrived Saturday and will be the guests of Mrs Iler mother Mrs Palestine Webb of Kinderhook owensborolwhoS A Bennett and wife returned home Thursday Ernest Ellis Hartford and Paul MrsISl Hayes Denver Col C H wife and daughter Morganfield 1 E Eisn 1 wife Hartford ZV F L his and wife and A E Ellis Nocreeki Paul Hayes Denver Col been the guest of Sam Ellis Kinder hook for the past week loft Monday for Owensboro where he will visit friends r Allen Miller was sworn in as deputy postmaster at this place Sunday Ell Crabtree and Mrs Inez Ward Hartford visited Mrs J W Bennett Sunday morning MATANZAS Nov 29Eugene Igleheart and family of Bowling Green are the of his father J S Igleheart thislweekIJ H Fulkerson and wife visited Mrs Elllen Tichenor last Thursday- C A Lindley and wife were thej guests of Louis Geiger and famil Smallhous last Sunday Miss Sudie Maddox spent last Sun j day with her parents at Rockport Miss Nora Bennett visited he cousin Miss Debbie Taylorat Small hors last Sunday W B Igleheart is visiting rela tires near Centertown J D Bell went to Hartford MonI day on business Doward Tichenor and family and Mrs S M Everly visited relatives at Island Saturday and Sunday- A B Tichenor attended the sinI ing at New Hope last Sunday J AL Stearman and son went t Owensboro Sunday and returne Monday J Public Sale I At my farm near Hopewell Ky in Ohio cchmty an Thursday Decem ber 14 1905 I will offer for sale all my personal property consisting ofI two good Mules one Mare and two fine young Milch Cows Farming Implements Mower and Rake Plows Gears Wagon Spring Wagon Har11 rows Cultivators Househol Kitchen Furniture Hay Fodder etc Sale to begin at 10 a m Terms of sale made known on day of sale MRS Lucy 20t2 KIXGI PLEASANT RIDGE IIhisMethodist church Sunday The party given by Messrs Noel j Westerfield and Hubert Williams j Saturday night was quite a success in every respect there was quite a crowd present and every one had a pleasant timeIIMr Dink Westerfield has Bono on a business trip to Arkansas and Indian Territory Miss Iren Warren of Kansas is visiting at Mr A J Bees this week Miss Floria Ragland of Utica is visting friends in the Ridge this week The carpenters will be here to be workon the new church this week The Ladies Aid Society will give an oyster supper at the school house Thanksgiving night for the benefit of the church v Mr Everett Smith who has been ill Globe Arizona for some time is at home on a visit I FRENCH ON RAT HUNT Eighteen Thousand Killed in the Streets of Paris by Sur prised Workmen An extraordinary sight was witnessed in the small hours of the morning recently by persons passing along the streets and- o boulevards in the neighborhood of the Eastern railway Paris says the London MailIThousands of huge rats many of them as large as rabbits war scampering along in terror The were being bravely attacked b many cats but the latter did not always come off best in the en counters and numbers of cats were killed People fled from theI streets in terror but the rats didI not attack any human beings turned into the sewers wherever they could find an openingIIt appears that a short time ago while a temporary wooden bridges was being demolished in the Boul thetunneling i light It must have been headquarters of all the rats in th neighborhood They poured Into the streets in an enormou Iarmy The workmen several hundred in number laid about Ithem vigorously with sticks IIspades and killed no fewer andI of the rodents neighV i go their cellars for coals nl wine I THE KEYSTONE OF EUROPE Kaiser Williams Great Position Rec iognlzedGermanll Vigorously Alive to Situation4 The emperor will fulfill his dear tiny no doubt whatever his evil ics may shy but it IB u little dial cult for opponents like Herr Be bel or quint observers like most Englishmen not to wonder a little why he is not more nearly content soliloquizes the LoriUon Specta manitorwhen anything happens every eye turned to see how he will take He is nearly absolute within his wide dominion yet he Is free from that depressing kind pf re whichyno man crushes and depresses autocrats like his Russian cousin His do isrthe strongest in the III It thatIthe remainder of mankind near There impossible is and there has been in I history no position greater thou his save for moments in the lives of one or two conquerors whose careers he declares and quite lion cstly declares that he has no wish to ltIplate The disturbance of nothlidresult of his sudden movements or impulsive speeches adds nothing to Ills greatness The habit of emigration among his people dOll not diminish either their number or their prosperity both of which iucreaseevery yet They lose thenr selves it is complained amour jdtlfer peoples but one result of that merging method is that hey shine the wealth of all poo pies till it is no jest to say that when a millionaire is mentioned anywhere the chances are three to that his name will be lone one They do not uccessI- i lees either as the I ful in other countries lire apt to do keep up a competition with worldbefore which the world is perceptibly inclined to shrink By universal consent the Ger man is the race at this moment most vigorously nlhand in Ger many the most living man is her ruler by right of birth Why then should he provoke criticisms like that of Herr Hebel in which recognizsInsThe emperor is the lwstonc of the European arch but it is not the true function of a keystone to make the arch it is intended to so lidify periodically quiver BOUND TO BEAT AT LYING Jim Watson Vlhen He Knew of His Rivals Prevarication Won by Two Miles At the junction of two high ways in a certain county in Iowa found the directions on the guideboard all faded out relates n writer in the Baltimore Amer ican and noticing a farmer at work in his field I hitched the horse and went over to him and asked Will you kindly tell me how far it is to Painsville Have you asked anyone else queried the farmer as he leaned on his hoe Yes I asked n man back hereabout a mile Was his name Bill Scovel Yes I think it was sayS to say that it was nine miles Well then its Jeven I took his word for it and went but found the distance only seven miles Returning that way next day I encountered the farmer highwayr yesterdayIYou must havd known that it was only seven Bill Scovel told you nine didnt he Yes hesethatsa man he set out to git the best of Jim Watson Her Changing Views The same woman who object j early in life to marrying a man old enough to be her father later could find it reasonable to mnrrr cna young enough to boLerson N Y Press J IS YOUR SURNAME HERE They Originally Had Meaning and Were Then Descriptive of Their Owners originallyhindadelphia Bulletin They were de scriptive of their owners In u word they were nicknames like Skinny or Shorty or Pud Peel is a surname that shows the original Peel to have been bald Grace means fat from the French grad Grunt from grand means big An Oliphant should be a clumsy and unwieldy person This sur originallyThe blemeirs parks The Warner were warreners or rabbit tenders Tin Barkers prepared bark for tanning The Laboucheres were butchers Bell meant handsome Cam eron meant crok nosed Curtis meant polite tutu Forster meant n forester Xapier a servant in charge of the table linen Palmer WIIJOIlhuilderWebster a weaver Wright a ear penter Colorado Cantelouple lisadesolacaiiteloniahas huts the taste mill flavor of a ba norm It has Des a named the ba iiiinaVanteloupi1 iml promises to become popular Three KnockOut flows The blow ors whales tail Is till strongest animal force in this world the IdJIIf a giraffe is the second n 111 the stroke of u lions paw the third lAND SALE FOR TAXES IB virtue of taxes due me as Sher iff of Ohio county Ky 1 will on Monday December 4th 1905 expose to public sale at the Court House door in Hartford Ky the following lands or so much thereof as may be necessary to produce the sums required viz mi ANo3 Acrp Tits 11ut Baird C T 5S 12 85 Bartlett RD 100 410 Hoover S c 180 14 55 Johnson Mrs Annie 8G 8 5Q Reddish Robt 70 5 75 COLORED Gibson Adelphia 50 255 Tinsley James 25 3 30 Tinsley Wesley 40 355 SULPIiUIt SPRINGS N04 Allen Jerome 72 5 2 Cox J T 280 9 6 Fitzhugh James 200 14 00 King J B 118 10 60 Kuykendoll R M 10 5 65 Kuykendoll Mrs ME 50 850 Neighbor3Geocadmr Ben Neighbors heirs 72 R 4 2 Stevens J Watt 54 1140 Wright J H 80 630 BUFORD NO 23 Allen W L 40 6 30 Dawson L J 40 5 7 Taylor Mrs Ac 186 750 Williams Clayton 97J 10 2 Williams Ed 97 7 40 BARTLETTS NO 24 Chapman Jessie L 80 520 Gray Mrs Texanna 100 585 Graves T J 75 46t Howard Geo W 50 b 2 Hoover Mrs Emma 130 3 G5 King DP 34 4 50 Nelson R L 100 4 95 Westerfield J W 60 114 Whittaker Re 97 630 Ward II S 166J 740 Yates Temple 90 500 I1EFLIN NO 25 Chism Sherman 50 5 7 Cavendon Frank 65 630 Hipsley Irad 175 880 Hoover J G 20 520 Hudson G G 50 4 Riggs Mrs Mary 64 585 NON RESIDENTS LIST Baird Dr AD 8 25I Cecil C S 79 4 75 Duvall Harvey 52 420 Fuqua Jno S 65 6 Humphry F W 31 31 Logsdon Wm J 50 53 Lynch A Receiver of C Aultman Co 1005 85 London D D 139 6 85 Morris c T and A Fi10 18 80- I Ragland J M Cannon land 940 Stevens L W + i 1 251 rd David J 30 300 f 111111 65 Worrel Mountain MfgCo104 860 White Dunkerson Co 1 lot in Ceralvo 9 00 Yates Matilda 646 6 40 COOL SPRINGS No7 Brown Jas Ed 190 2095 Brown C w 90 12 65I Hope RD 5 b Peyton Robt 120 6 G Sanders Lee 76 5 2 EAST HARTFORD No1 Bennett L F 80 13 70 Chinn T u 65 10 50 Chinn Leslie 100 14 00 Gray JZ 50 130 Jones A F 122 81 Matthews lleberl town lot 3 00 Mattingly M J 2 town lots in Beaver Dam 355 Shaver w L 50 71p SullengerG 130 25 4 Tweddell Mrs Louisa 1 town lot in Hartford G 00 Wrightmrs Nancy 40 3 Cooper David 150 850 COLORED Carter Valina 2 55 Hunter nuel 155 Jackson mariah 2 s5 Parks wm I Gi TaylorAngcline 1 lot in Hayti 230 Taylor wm 1 lot in Hayti 3 15 Walker Tom 2 lot in Hartford Ii sr WEST HARTFORD No2 Davis L B 1 145 HI liO MclntireJ M 2 town lots in Ceralvo a Morrison c E 1 lot S Potter Conflict 211 N70 COLORED Grinin Riley II 3 55 Nail Ed 1 lot in Hayti lli5 RALPH NO 20 Greet S J 58 Siti Hendrix J A 57 11i i welch J w 10 2 20 IIKRIIKHT NO HI Bickett Sam M 100 S 00 May Albert 178 17 15 Swope non S SI S 10 Voiles Payton 5U- welkerson 41 G w 133 12 70 Hamilton ML 120 133 0 NARROWS NO 23 Beasley Sam I 58 14 00 Brown mrs Augusta 2 1 20I Coppage J F 35 8 Coppage R F 16 8 45 Cornier J w 131 11 00c Foreman G B 10 62 Harrison Leander 4o 4 65 Harrison Naomi 5o 5 30 Johnson w B5o 5 20 Wellett BJ 26130 CERIOIAddington Morton Reid 1 lot 4 0 Bishop II B and wm 73 6 2p Chancellor Mrs M E 105 13 0o Chancellor J w 1 lot 15 4 5 Kimbley JO Io5 12 b 9CENTERTO+VN NO 16 Barnett J L 2 II 3 55 IgleheartJ M 10II 9 00 Stogner J B 65 acres of land 15 40 Stogner J B agent for H Stogner 50 acres of land 7 50 ISOTUn ROCKPORT No9 Brown James 1 lot 5 75- Engler Len S 13o 13 45 Thorpe Robt 1 lot b 75 wakeland Mrs Martha 1 lot 310 williams henry 32 b 20- I warden S D 7o 740- I COLORED Short Jno waltrip 1 lot 6 85I SMALLHOUS NO Cleaver Ed gdn Evaves heirs rt24 530- i Ferguson Mrs S H 1 lot 3 40- I withrow Jas I 110 860 EAST FORDSVILLE No 18 Brooks Nat 15 465 79b0 town lot Sot Huff C L Io7 acres 1480 Hook M B 25 acres 9 855 mcCleary Robert i 41 5b5 Marlow wilbur 35 630 Smith N B 80 795- i whitler C B 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