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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 Qi t JfartfDtb Uqublkan Fine Job Work a Specialty If IT IS NEW YOU WILL fIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year md VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 8 1905 No 21 V KILLED HIMSELF Did Chris McCoy While out Hunting Near Ills Home at flit Zion 1111clockIon the o tie county Chris McdSy age l jxteen years accidentally shot and kftletl himself with a double barrelet- I I ihotgun With several other boyH he had Jiccn hunting rabbits for two hoursI and stopped at a pump want n the house to get a drink WhiloI one boy was pumping the other- trod about McCoy in the rear o them all The pun was discharged e and his companions turned and sat him stretched out on the ground wit one quarter of his head entirely sho away the charge having etere from the rear No one saw the ac cident and it is conjectured that he was leaning on the gun with the stock against fence just back o him that it sliplidand the hummer struck a rail The position of th body and the shotgun lead to thi opinion The deceased was the only V son of Mrs C C McCoy a widow p and belongs to one of the best known families in the county Went of Way Proceedings Continued When the cases involving the con demnation of the rightofway fo r the new railroad over the town pro perty of R T Ross T C Stratton and Capt S K Cox were called in S county court Monday the land ow ners announced that they could not M b8 ready for trial on that day where upon the cases were set forward to Monday December 11 The case against C Lee Wardo- wail dismissed without projudice and a new petition was filedn slight change in the course over his land necessitated this move All the rest of the cases were continued fo A elsI owners by reason of the construction of the road and they wefe directed to file their report on or before Dec ember 15th In Memory On Thursday October 26 1905 the great physician saw fit in his infni- tr wisdom and goodness to relieve froti- suffering Flora B beloved wife on Elmer Royal She was born a Whitesville Ky October 9 1881 and lived 24 years and 17 days Sh was married December 22 1899 to C E Royal who with three chil survive her aged 5 and 3 years and 10 months respectfully Besides husband and children she leaves father Samuel M King of nea Deanfield Ky one sister May Kin and three brothers Ernest and Cleveland King now U S soldiers in thin d the Philippines and Oscar King She also leaves a loving and devoted stepmotber stepsister and three stepbrothers and a boast of othei relatives and friends to mourn her lossShe lost her mother while she sva a tiny girl and the care of tha young er children devolved largely upon her and her devoted father often re marked while almost choaking with emotion that Flora raised my children She made her peace calling and election sure last May and united with the Christian church All that medical skill and loving hearts and hands could do to stay the ravage of the dreaded consumption was done but in vain forIthe taketMh away we e submission to His will commending the sorely bereaved ones to Him who doeth all things yell for comfort and consolation Hersufferings were borne with f Christian patience resignation an fortitude known only to those who Die in the triumps of aliving Faith and aret tined for a home in tha Hour d with Hands eternal in1jfegMtQuite I of relatives and r t I A w r a r friend followed her remains to friendship church and cemetery where the last sad rites were con ducted by Elder R J Brandon af ter which loving hands consigns nil that was mortal of Flora Belle Unynl tq the tomb in Gods acre to await the resurcction morn- BKOTHKIMNLAW IResolution of Respect A call meeting of the Hartford Boys department Y M C A was called for Saturday morning Nov 25th the following Resolutions were adopted regarding the death of one of our members Charlie Thomas Whereas it has come to the knowledge of our department that Charlie departf 1menu at parents on Nov 21 after a hResolved be it therefore 1st That this informal tion comes to us and we can hardly realize that Charlie our active ener getic Charlie is gone and that his voice is never again to be heard in four midst We have truly lost one from us who will be missed in all eour meetings he was always on hands and willing to contribute his part It was at camp that we learned to know and love Charlie as ho endear cd himself to us by his ways 2nd That we shall always miss his sunny ways and we bow in submis sion to Him who doeth all things well 3 That our heartfelt cympathies are extended to his and our brother Martin and to his dear family in their hour of bereavement and we commit them to the Father of mer gins and God of all comfort wh alone can console in these hours o loneliness 4 That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of our furntahn ed the family of the deceased and that a copy be furnished each of the focal papers for publication Done by the order of the Boys- r department this the 25 of Nov 1905 J NEY FOSTER 1 ComRIt SIDENIUS J Organized Evangelist McDonald of Indor ganized the members of the Chris tan church of Hartford into a local MftonHewere W Taylor and M L HeavrSn were elected Deacons sister Lydia Conner Iwas elected clerk of the church and treasurer A ladies aid society was Werthegto help us to move on and your sympathy and prayers will add to encouragementWith I am yours in Christ B MCDONALD CANRUN sDec 9G J Christian filled his regular appointment at Narrow- Sunday Wm Coghill of Sunnydale spoke at Salem That Saturday night Rufus Boyd was the guest of C V Christian Saturday night Elder Merrin Renfrow failed to fill his appointment at Salem Saturday and Sunday J G Wilson went to Beaver Dam FridayR Basham went to Indiana last week C A Wilson and family of near Salem returned home Monday from Muhlenberg county where they spent a few days visiting relatives- J R Wilson has built n dwelling house and will move into it soon Noticedpersons claims against A Webb decaased will present ortor forever barred RouT WEBB Admr tj i TEACHERS INSTITUTE Convened at Court Hall Tuesday with Good Crowd of Teachers Present j Tho annual session of the Ohio county teacher institute convened I at Court Hall Tuesday with a few ofIKinnaman is the instructor and is doing excellent work His frequent lectures on the live topics of Schoolwork are highly instructive anden joyed The Social session Tuesday evening was a feature that every one seemed to enjoy as was the varied program of Wednesday and the lecture by the instructor Thursday evening The following is the enrollment of teachers Georgia lleavrin C K Carson Claude Shultz A V Leach Edna Hudson Mattie E Moseley Maymee Shown May Mills Mattie Tichenor Sudie Maddox Bessie Mills Wayne LashICalvin Loyal Claude Park Clay Moseley C 0 Hunter W S Tay lor Clyner Hicks Harry Bennett Arthur Kirk N B White C W DeWeesc T Wade StrattonClarence DeWeese Marvin Black J T Hoag land 0 0 Williams A E Ellis Mary J Bennett Lylian Monroe L P Miles Ivy Floyd William A Mox ley Alonzo E Sandefur W L Lowell Seth Moseley Lula Acton P C Miller J C Jackson Ozna Shultz B L Taylor Annie L Ber Stewr Moxley C A Keen Sarah Pirtle Cora Smith May E Rogers Dorsie Bennett F D Westerfield Annie CorterlL D F WhitUkec AnnieJk Daniel Jessie Raley Chas W Wil son John R Shultz MrsJ A Wedding Lilian Patterson Lou Herrellj Mrs Louanna Rowan Allen Fielden Ella Norris Clarence James R D Robertson Alex Rhoads W C Overhults Rose Barryman Chas Mostley Rice Thurman Willie Lee Allen Ronda Wade Lena Miller Hayden Roach Lawrence Gray Clarence Allen 0 W Overhultz Ola Hoover L N Gray Mrs L N Gray J W Petty V M Moseley Mrs Lucy T Wedding Cora Storms Mary Hollaway Blummer Renfrew E F Liles Mattie Robertson Cin derilla CrowJer J P Holbrook E M Kimmel 01V Edge T J Edge H C Crowder Ora Maddox Eva Ragland Verta Wright Carrie Rowe E A Smith Alex Boswell I J Hoover Florence Hoage Mrs Mary E Storms and Emma Axton A Card of Thanks We wish to thank our many friends for all their kindly efforts shown us on account of the removal by death of our dear Son and brother Robert and may Gods many bles sings ever attend each and everyone of you MRS M A MCCORMICKAND r v1f9TOR2AsSear the B- Blrlliure SMALLHOUS Dec 4A protractedmeeting bepan at Smallhous Baptist church LawIrenceMiss Alice Fulkerson who has been attending school at City is at home again CentralI Mrs Bod Fulkerson I San Withrow and little son John spent several days at Central City j LIWithrowlives there Messrs Owen Hunter B L Taylor Will Howell and 0 W Over hults are attendnig the teachers insti I tuto in Hartford this week Mrs Fred Boone who was quite j sick for several days last week is much betterIMr Eddie Hunter attended the meeting at Rockport Sunday and L The Hand That Wards Off Coughs Colds Grip And Restores Nervous Dyspeptic Catarrh Wrecks A DEMON grip has crossed LIKEcountry leaving behind scores 01 physical wrecks Victims of catarrh of the head catarrh cha throat catarrh of the lunge catarrh of the stomach catarrh of the kidneys catarrh of the pelvic organs are to bo counted by hundreds of thou sandsGrip Is epIdemic catarrh and sows the seed of chronic catarrh within the system This IB to true that few grip sufferers are able to make a completo recovery until they have used Peruna Kovor in the history of medicine has a remedy received such unqualified and universal eulogies as Peruna- If you do not derive prompt and antic factory results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full lUtoment of your case and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1906 Sunday night Mr M P Maddox went to Rock port Saturday Mrs Joe Bullock and children were the guests of her father and family at Matanzas last week Mr Erk Fulkerson and Miss Lelia Hunter went to Central City recently Mr and Overton attended church at Litter school house Sunday COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE Dec GThe protracted meeting at Slaty Creek is progressing nicely Rev E W Coakley is delivering some Imteresting sermons The musicale which was given by W L Hocker and wife in honor of A V Leach and E W Jackson was largely attended Mrs Prue Cox who has had a severe attack of pneumonia is able to againI and wife were the E Wilson and family Sunday a IMisses Audra and Exa Taylor and Stevens were the guests of their cousin Elsie Hocker Sunday The school is progressing nicely Rev E W Coakley was the guest of W L Hocker Monday- I Miss Stella Miller Beaver Dam was the guest of RL Liles last SundayMiss Minnie C Stevens was the guest of Miss Ethel Coleman Satur1 day and Sunday Miss Vira Gordon is on the sick list There is no school this week on ac count of the Institute- S i w Cured of Obstinate La Grippe Henry Dlstin the inventor and maker of band instruments for the Henry Dlstin Mfg Co at WUliam port 1aia probably tho most active old mania Philadelphia today He writes from HUB Oth street Philadelphia Pa I write to Inform you that I had a bad attack of la grippe last December which lasted more than three fnonths and which left me with catarrh and several of my friends advised me to try your wonderful medicine Pernna III began with a bottle the first week in March and it certainly did me a great deal of good- I wallo well satisfied that I purchased another bottle and followed your directions which you furnish with every bottle and I am glad to say that it has cured me I shall certainly rec ommend the Peruna to all my friends Henry Dlstin THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems The Evansville jail is still being againstta negro as saulting Mrs William Griener Eleven lives were lost as the result of the steamer Lunenburg strikin on the rocks off Amherst harbor near the Magdalen Islands Twelve men left the steamer in a small boat which was swamped by a wave One man managed to cling to th boat until he was rescued gee Pennsylvania railroad officials and the Philadelphia police have unit I in an effort to break up the of throwing missiles at trains in th suburbs of Philadelphia This move ment Js a result of thecasting of a plumb bob into President Roosevelts special train last Saturday night- S S V Both houses of r ingress Tuesday listened to thereat L of the Presi dent message I JIi House preI IImnary steps were taken for appro- t printing the needed emergency funds for the Panama canal resolution j I of sympathy for the Russian Jews was offered and referred to a com mittee President Roosevelt Tuesday sent to the senate the nominations o fM George W Long and Stephen f L d Congressman Powers of Vermont Uses Peruna In ills FamHy Hon II Henry Powers writes from MorrisvilleVt- Pernnir I hiveTtswHa myfamily with success lean recommend it as an excellent family remedy and very good for coughs colds and catarrhal af fectlonaH Henry Powers Peruna for Catarrhal Nervousness and Stomach Troubles Hon W1 Purman exmember of Congress from Florida writes from 1423 q street N W Washington D 0a from representation to me and from my own oxporidaeeylfool joqtjfied in recommending your Penrov to any and all persons suffering with catarrhal nervousness or stomach troubles W J Pnrman Address Dr d B Hartman President of the Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio Sharp to bo Marshals for Kentncky J H Tinsley and R D Hill to be District Attorney J Sherman Coop er to be Collector of the Eightn di strict and C H Berryman to be postmaster at Lexington HERBERT Dec 5George Monroe Pleasant Springs attended church at this place Monday Dare Miller returned home fro m Fordsville Wednesday Leonard Taylor and wifeReynolds MissesgEthel Barlow and Dollie Jett and Tommie Jett Wm Ashworth Wal ter Medcalf Pellville Miss Bula May and Berry May Walnut Grove attendedechurch at this place Sunday Mrs Lula Midkiff is on the sick listMrsDora Skinner who has been ill againe ateRobert Holland spent Sunday at R M Millers Health in our county is reasonably good All the good quality of Elys Cream Balm solid are found in Liquid scream Balm which is intended for use in atomizers That it is an ever increasing mass of testimony It does not dry out nor rasp the tender airpassages It allays the inflam mation and goes straight to the root caseshaveAll druggists 75c including spray ing tube or mailed by Ely Bros 66 Warren Street New York r GEESE FOR THE TEUTONS Great Flocks Cross the Russian Fron tier In theFnllZIontllsAIeFn Americans who cross the TInAI sian frontier illihe fall months ini the railroad between Warsaw null- unusualBerlin are likely to see an sight They will ohfrlII1lI o geese numbering 1010 or more be j ing driven toward the front iff Kiiys iho New York Sun Kadi Hock III M r4POf four or live miii son hId Hup nnd others with hooked tiks I n iTlrjiciory bird straggles nut n line it is deftly etmght by the nciK with a Imoked stick and returned to its plane- Geruuuty buy more than Ilddli 000 of these Itllssl111L geese ever year between August and Xovem ber The Germans are very fond of goose crud espicially of smoked goose breast which sells for ahoul liu cents in that country and for two or three tlllll8a much in New York Boast goose is also the principal dish on St Martins day both in Germany and in Russia having the mum honored place that the turkey occupies with us on Thanksgiving Far back in Russia one may see nt the geese collecting stations the loading of hundreds of cars with these birds The cars have four platforms one above anoth er and a little gangway is stretched from the ground to the highest shelf It requires some coaxing to get the birds up the gangway bnl when one starts others crowd along nnd the platform is soon filled Then the bridge is connect ed with the next lower platform nnd so on till the ear is looked up with several hundred geese on boardGeese do not stand long trans portation very wll18eplal years ago the IJussian exporters made the experiment of sending them through to Germany with out any rest Many of the birds 1 were sick when they reached the frontier and the Germans refused to buy them So thet exporters went bath to the old plan When the journey is long and it often takes several days the geese are unloaded at two or three intervals and driven through the fresh air and across the commons where they may eat some grass to the next station when they are loaded on the ears againAs the trains approach till flon tier they ere stopped at a Httl village the geese are taken off find start on their last walk They are hospitably welcomed by the employes of the goose fattening plants across the border Ponds to swim in and the most nutri tious food are provided told in a few weeks they art ready for market DUE TO ABSENCE OF MIND Millions of Pieces of Mull Reach the Dead Letter Office Yearly Last Year Shows Increase The queer slips of the absentminded person the funny things that people do who just forgot and the thousand and one that people perform capersI norance stupidity and care lessness all show up in large and ccncrete form in the annual re ports of the dead letter office from X one of which it is learned that this department handled the as J tonishing total of 9aOO851 pieces of mail matter in a single year The total amount of moneys found in misdirected unad I dressed and unclaimed letters was not large considering the number of them but it was a small fortune nevertheless being over 48000 i Commercial papers with an ag gregate value of 1399926 is an important item in this sbowing oJ human frailty The recorJ of the year it is said r marks a considerable increase over any previous yeara fact which may be referred to psychol ogists for explanation Something Worse Did you ever hear anything so ldioticn tljnt talk of Mrs Softer when she is addressing her baby queried one woman of another on the street car i Yes I think I have was tee reply t Then for heavens sake what pvnsit talkingitor 1 fl11j 1 Q- uG M r Fairs BasementA place where you am buy anything you want at a price lower than can he found anywhere Remember nothing is over Sc and lOc We have pre pared some special values for Christmas It might be money saved for you to in vetigato our Bargains for the Holidays Fairs Christ mas TowelsA fine selection of satin Damash Tow els in plain White or Fancy borders fringed All at most reasonable prices Also beautiful line of napkins and table Linens Just a present that wouldsuit a queens tas- teFairsReadyMade A select line of the very latest Cloth cut and made according to the correct winter styles AVo have gone through the stock and made some low prices for our Christmas trade You could buy noth ing nicer for a present Fairs UnderwearSomething serviceable for a present Just what men folks need A great variety at prices to please everyone Fairs MillineryOur Christmas specials are Hats of beauty We mean to close out the en tire line before NEW YEAR Price no object We must turn them into cash So if its stylish goods at a low price come at once to us Fairs Furs The prettiest and cheapest line in Hartford bought with the view of pleas ing Christmas shoppers Surelynothing would be more appreciated than NICE FURS Price need not worry you for we have them at any price Come in Brown Gray and Black See the line Fairs Overcoats A substantial present for your husband or son Something they would appre ciate Fairs Overcoats are the correct style at the right price Same style in Childs oryouths Visit us Sure to please you Fairs Umbrellas A line especially for Christmas Beau tiful handles and a nice quality of Silk Price in reach if all SI the line CHRISTMAS T 14Ias This should be a season of great rejoicing blessed as we are with bountiful crops and with everything that should snake a people happy we should all join in making CHRISTMAS 1005 one of general gayety Now that Fairs may add to this joyous occasion they have made their usual arrangements with SANTA CLAUS for his entire outfit Amore gorgeous dis plap of gifts for both young and old could be gotten up by no one except our partner Santa Claus Dont make a mistakebut bringthe children directto ourstoro SATURDAY DEC 9 that we may show them the most magnificent selection ofTOVSend substantial gifts found in Ohio county FAIRS DOLLS It is an undisputed fact that wo carry the best assortment of Dolls to be found in Hartford Nothing pleases the little folks more than a pretty curley headed Doll Wo have then jointed kid bodies China dressed Dolls of all de scriptions Sleeping Dolls Rubber Dolls Bisque Dolls etc all so reasonable that no child that wants a dpjl d should be disappointed SEE OUR DOLL DEPART MENT FAIRS TOY DOM For years we have been trying to do our part in making Christmas an occasion of special interest to the little folks This year we want to make the banner one To do this it takes extra effort on our part This we have made by purchasing an extra assortment of Toys such as Trunks SledsCarts Chairs Air Rifles Cardboard Pictures Wash Sets Doll Furniture Toil et Sets Dishes Tin Tea Sets Magic Lanterns Roller Chimes Toy Watches Sad Irons Bell Rattlers Cellu loid Rattlers Tin Rattlers Tops Mechanical ToysTin IrumpetsI reaus Side Boards Shoo Flies Bicycles Wagons etc Too many to go into further details Bring the chil dren to see them FAIRS CHRISTMAS HANDKERCHIEFS Nothing nicer or more useful for a lady or gentleman than a nice Kerchief Our line for the Holidays is the prettiest that we have had for years Price will be a hindorance to no one for they are found in our store all qualities at any price you wish Dont pass our Handker chief Department LADIES CHRISTMAS COLLARS especially this stock without admiring their beauty Nothing could be more desirable for a present than a dain ty nllar Cull ail SRO the sir 4 1F Fairs China In this we have mudo an extra ellbrt to get something to please you We know full well the value ofsueh gifts both as ornaments tend service Our line contains Plates Cups and Saucers Cake Plates Syrup Stands slugs Mus tache Cups Chocolate Pots Salad Howls Pudding Sets Hurry Sets Bread and Butter Plates Chop Plates Sugar and Creams Spoon Holders etc For OrnamentsWo have Vases lieclining Babies Ash Trays Match Holders China Baskets China hails Easels Candleabras etc A great assortment Call and see them u Fairs Sugges tion For Men Silk Suspenders Fine Neckwear nice Wool Mulller handsome Silk Umbrella J dozen pairs Black Cashmere Sox Leather Suit Case Collar and Cufl Box Cigar Cases 1 doen Linen Collars Pair Fine Shoes No trouble to buy for men Their wants are many lust any of the above will please the- mFairs I Books To say that our assortment of Books both for juveniles and older folks is the exaggeratingAll sonable price For the little folks books from the Linen Primer up to the higher price board backs Give our Book De partment your special attention Sure to please you Fairs Rugs For your wife what would be a more desirable gift than oneof ourfine Rugs an ornament to any home They come in a variety of colors in Smyrna Moquetto I and Velvet at prices that should interest I you Calland see our displayI Fairs Jewelry A beautiful line of specialties for Christmas such as Collar Buttons Cuff I Buttons Rings Maccabce Pins Knights I of Pythias and Masonic Pins Watch a PinsBrooch fore making your purchase i Fairs CloaksiNothing nicer or more suitable present We have all the latest stylesi and shades Dont buy a last years garment but come to Fairs and the I latostJ i ii SKUNK OIL SCARCE Harvest for 1905 is Poor all Prices is Six Dollar aIGallonI IIrnpe4ISbtlnel nlpatekl Neither tradition nor the memoryI of living man runs back when Prospect wens not the skunk oilI metropolis of Maine Even in times when angloworm oil and snnke proIpcctproducing more skunks to the acre and fatter skunks than any other town I n tho days of tly Civil WillI General Hcagan a vetorm of ten- tconflict with Mexico gained a repu tation for benevolence anla small j fortune by extracting the oil from In skunks und sending it to the army I hospitals for the relief of the strick troopsThe t of skunk oil for huts been very much below the IIIerage due it is said to the fact thatI last Juno and July were cold untlallI grasshoppers hatch in those months i the weather killed most of the insects in infancy thus cutting tiff the food supply of the skunks As an onset for the poverty in yield the selling price of the oil has advanced from 1 to fi a gallon and buyers are busy collecting all the job lots on hand In average years a fairsized skunk would yield a quart of pure oil which was worth 1 and this sum added to the f0 cents to 2 received for the pelt matte skunk hunting an important industry for the farmers and their sons The skunk hunters say that thet crime of substitution lugs alllicted their trade more than any other deniers who are unscrupulous do not hesisate to dilute the genuine proI duct of the skunk with GO per cent oil which resembles or mOlo of hens skunks oil in every respect except in smell By adding a small quantity of the flavoring which skunks keeps in stock the imiI tation article can be sold to customers without fear of detection The practice of selling adulterated j oils for genuine has become so wide spread that the hunters of skunks say that they will ask the next Leg islature to pass an act making adul teration a crime punishable with a heavy fine or imprisonment As science is unable to distinguish skunks oil from hens oil or gooseys oil by any test except its I feared that evidence sufficient to convict will be hard to secure Doafnos Cannot bo Curod by locol application as they canno reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Enstachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumblingsound or inuerfect 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 Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Denfnees caused by catarrh that cannot be cure by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars free F J CilENBY Co Tolqdo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Tilt Mother Girl An Atchison girl has been a mother girl ever since she was a little thing and clung to mothers skirts all day instead of playing with oth er girls And since then she hurried from school at 4 oclock to tell moth er everything that had happened I day When she left school she be gan to help bear the family expenses by taking a position down townbut she still remained a mother girl Her mother never gave up combing and fixing her hair mornings and letting it down and braiding it nights Her room at home adjoins her mothers and after her hair is braided nights her mother lies on the bedside with her until she falls asleep The girl bought theater tickets and always took her mother Evenings she would go home carrying J appetizing little bags from the confectioners surprising for her mother But a tragedy happened I A nicelooking young man began walking homo with the girl fron- i her work Then some evenings the door bell rings and the girls flies to open the door which closes behind I the nicc looking young man who has called to spend the evening He Ls becoming her escort to the theater some night soon after her hair is braided and her mother lies beside littkiI when her mother says I want yot- to be happy Hugo TnskIIIt was a hugh cure of such a ball case of kidney disease as that of C F Collier of Bitterti did it He writes My KidneysI were so far gone I could onj chair without a cushion and eres from dreadful backache head ache and depression In Electric Bitters however I found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health I recommend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kid neys liver or stomach Guaranteed Z Wayne Griffin Bros druggist price fOe Sunfower Philosophy- It is awful hard to believe that the man who catches you stealing jam found you at it accidentally After a woman has had as many as four children her conversation becomes statistical When a woman is so devoted to a man that she watches his every move latent it is hard to tell whether love or suspicion prompts her devotion The only husband who is as good his wife thinks a husbandshould be is the one who has a tombstone over him The picture of Sleeping Beauty the fairy tales will have to be painted oyer According to the fashion magazines she is now wearing pajamasOne these days the man who gets scolded when he complains of wifes biscuit will drop dead when he hears her apologizing for them to company- If a man admits he is wicked enough to go to hell he thinks in the same instant that there must be a worse place to send a lot of others he knows When a father wants his boy whipped within an inch of his life he should send him to college and get bin initiated into a college fraternity in this way getting the lick ing for the boy and the credit of being a liberal and progrssive man for himself For Thin- Babies Fat is of great account to a baby that is why babies are fat If your baby is scrawny Scotts E mu 1 s i o n is what he wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for bone and muscle Fat babies are happy they do not cry they are rich their fat is laid up for time of need They are happy because they are comfortable The fat surrounds their little nerves and cushions them When they are scrawny those everyIungentle to U c r delight in Scotts Emul sion It is as sweet as wholesome to them Send for free sample Be sure that this picture the form of a label Is on wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy Scott 4 Bowne Chemists 4OO4IS Pfarl Strut Mu York 50e qdIOO Ail DrujgUU MESSEGE OF DEATH j Went To the Wrong Family and Two Funeral Parties Met at the StationI Glasgow Ky Dec 2 Thanksgi ving Day brought to one family at Randolph Medcalf County the hilt ter sorrow of death and to another of the sane name and relatives of first mho bet of reasons for 11tho observance of the day a misunderstanding both families went to the railroad station to receive a corpse which each patty thought was that of one of its own family circle The clearing of theJ mistake sent one family home weep ing beside its dead and another sorrowing with the bereaved but joyful that its own loved one hud been sparedLast i Sunday Charlie Glass a son of Pony Glass of Randolph was killed by negroes in a tend near Danville 111 Mr Glass was notified that the body would arrive Thursday Ietohome By mistake a message had also been sent to Benjamin Glass who also has a son in Illinois Benjamin Glass and his family not doubting that the body was that of his son also drove to the station The two families met while wating for tho train and each supposed the other had come as an act of sympathy as they were related They waited in silent grief for the arrival of the train each family a little surprised at the agitation of the other It was not until the body was taken oft the train that the misunderstanding was discovered Then the Benjamin Glass family were overjoyed that it was not their boy but the sight of their rolatves weeping over tho dead tempered their joy and both families made one funeral cortege to the stricken home DeWitts Witch Haze Salve cools soothes and heals cuts burns boils bruises pilesand all skin diseases K E Zikefoose Adolph W Va says My little daughter had white swelling so bad that piece af ter 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 Caleb Powers 111 Caleb Powers is confined to his cot in the Newport city jail suffering from a severe attack of stomach trouble He was notified Wednesday by his attorney It D Hill that he j would file a motion December 11 to I dissolve the appeal taken from Judge I nO11tifiedwealth that they would appear in the Supreme Court on the same date I with a motion for leave to file a per j IIsendA Bad Scare Some day you will get a bad scare when you feel a pain in your bowels and fear appendicitis Safety lies in Dr Kings New Life Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases as such a headache biliousness I costiveness etc Guarrnteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug sotre only 25c Try them i Very Much Mixol j Dr Mudge an American clergyman was one day presented with a goldheaded cane by some of his admirers During that week also anew parent pigkilling and sausage making machine was tried in the same city The reporter or the compositor must have got the copy somewhat mixed for this is how a notice of the presentation appeared in the local paperIiSeveral of Dr Mudges friends called upon him yesterday and after a brief conversation the unsuspicious pig was seized by the hind legs and slid along a beam until hereached the hotwater tank His friends explained the object of their visit and I IInhim by swung i split his throat from ear to ear and in less than a minute the carcass was Ii in the water Thereupon he came i forward and said that there were times when the feeling overpowered and for that reason ho would lone attempt to do more thad thank those around him for the manner in which such a huge animal was cutI iito fragments was simply astonish ing The doctor concluded his re marks when the machine seized his and in less time than it takes to write it the pig was cut into frau meats and worked up into delicious sourages The occasiou will long be aemembered by the doctors friend as one of the mOltdell htful of their lives The best pieces can be procur ed for lOc a pound and we are sure that those who have sat so long un der his ministry will rejoice that he has been treatedso handsomely vitaliorgansnourished as they should be Trej diseasejKodol youIGriffin Bros 00 S600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscrib ers to the Weekly Courier Journal I The Weekly CourierJournal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits oNhis prosperous year with its subscribers It propose to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 30 and 20 andl sixteenpres ent of 30 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write for the CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the Weekly Cou rierJournal giving full details It will be sent free tf Gathering the News An Illinois reporter asked a woman at the station where she was going and she vigorously advised him it was none of his business- It is evident that woman is no gen tlemanA whq is forced by circumstances to nose around a station searching for news should be trans acted with consideration This kind of reporting is unpleasant and unde sirable business and no news gath erer docs it as a matter of choice When a jjpung man or woman does show enough love for three square meals a day to play the role of But tinski around the station tine traveling public should deal gently with his or her feelings Of course it really wasnt his business where this cantakerous female going but in duty bound he was forced to sidle up to her and ask Whither away Instead of telling him whether she whflhered she dropped her h and withered him with a javelin or etiquette Such a woman would hit her husband with a cake of her own baking or stab him with a lemon pie None of your business And he withered Where oh where is the boasted power of the press No Secret About It It is lit secret that for cuts burns ulcers fever sores sore eyes boils etc nothing is so effective as DucklensArnica Salve It didnt take long to cure n bud sore I had and it is all 0 K for sore eyes writes D L Gregory of Hope Tex 25c at Z Wnyne Griffin Bros drugstore Mother Jones on Russia There is a ray of hope in the rising star of the Far East I am not a pessimist I am looking at Russia whose pcaple have borne wrongs and oppressions for ages patiently and are now coming into their own I believe the day is bawning when every mat shall be his brothers keeper and that the heaven that Christ told us 1900 years ago shall come to earth is on the way Then men shall work for the whole of our civilization and wrong and crime and Judges and jails will be no moreMen will be brothers and that noble pure and holy motherhood for which the nation of the earth have so long waited willbe realized For that state of civilization let us work as I work in my humble and helpless way AVerJcfable PreparatianforAs simfialinglllChOdandfCtIa lugntcStomachs md13owcls ur I Promotes Digcsl ness and NOT lumMorphtne onCheerrutj Aperfecl for StonlachDinrrhocaNormsConvulsionsFecrrish ness and Loss or 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r i 1 Hartford Republican leadedbythe Ilnrtlonl IullUhlnnCoinpnnj f I iNCoBpomvrn I C K s tl IIIIInrTEwzornOEc Cumc11n 34 nQuCh Z17r 11 FRIDAY DECEMBERS Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us WE riiightoonsider Senators Mitchell I and Burton as paired MOST every indicted criminal chaims that he is the object of ma licious prosecution LET everybody bare their heads Oilie Jemes has been tipped for Governor ACCORDING to an Arkansas Justice Court it costs only 1 to slap the Governor of that State An Indiana man has left his wife because she wouldnt talk SomeI men possess a treasure and dont know it IT developes that besides having 1000 worth of work done on his teeth Prince Louis also had his leg pulled while in New York MICHIGAN boasts of a single worn an who can talk fluently In twenty two languages It is quite likely that she will remain single NEW YORK barbers it is reported are forming a barber trust which if true will mako it easier for many men to raise whiskers than the price of a shave AN exchange pauses to remark As to which of the sexes is the more courageous it isafter all har to decide for as often as a ma marries a woman marries likewise UNCOINAG3D silver is worth moron e the market now than it has been for fifteen years but nobody will be so impertinent as to suggest that it is because Bryan is absent in Europe IN VIEW of the kick that Oklahoma and Indian Territory have made for admission to the Union we suggest that an act admitting them under the name of Maude be passed at once ARKANSAS courts are evidently prejudiced against exCongressman Dinsmore After entering up a fine of 50 against him they sought fur ther to humiliate and embarrass him by adding 1 because he slugged Gov Jeff Davis A THANKSGIVING hunter reports the following results Yes I had a very good days sport I punctur ed the tires of nine automobiles and put them out of business I killed three dudes who were urging their I chauffeurs to greater speed I winged two society dames and shot four chauffeurs DURING the recent county cam paign the Democratic managers the t Hartford Herald the Democratic t candidates and especially Judge J P o Miller streniously urged that Ohio ticountywas entirely out of debt int fact Judge Miller went so far a- If to print on his cards January 190G e cash paid on claims We have p ways doubted that the county owe t t unmistakaIhlethe 1101 o Our contention has been fully veri Ilied A draught for 4496 in favo Dickinson Coassignees of Mur diphyBro against the county for th n construction of the abutments of th- ofd Narrows iron bridgewhich has bee ne built nearly two yearsturned up unI eJpaiTuesday It is not only unpaid gr but there is no funds to pay it and fnweare informed by Sheriff Keown liltthatafter he has made his final set the first of next January mtand turned in every dollar of tht revenue there will not b wbenough by a great deal to pay it and yet this is not the worst Ware reliably informed that there are I other outstanding unpaid claims ag fdhgregating several thousand that wit wh after this one In the face of all this we were told only a theyfew short weeks ago by parties who S to be honest and honorable nothingl wad tnCountyCourt t the riVSt Jripc tant orders entered in County Court at special terms in November and atl the regular December term I Special term Nov 8S 0 Fogle i qualified as administrator of W L Growbarger i Continued regular termNovcmber 9Lon Phillips Geo E Barr ren Taylor James C Bennett an Ben R Kelly were appointed super visors for 1906 Y L Moseley was appointed guar dian of Charlina Farlina and Wil liam Weatherford Special term Nov llJ D Farmer appointed as administrator of Jobe FarmerIY L Moseley appointed guardian of Maude Sulcer Special term NovSO Abe Jolly exonerated from the payment of tax upon 120 worth of personal proper ty Bernard Felix exonerated fro the payment of tax on 400 worth o propertySpecial term Nov 21Y LI Msseley appointed administrator Sallie Maddox ofII Special term Nov 22J Thomas appointed commissioner in i stead of D Ford in the matter o Madisonville Hartford R R Co vs Ross Cox and ton ISpecialexonerated from payment of tax on 400 worth of land Special term Nov 30 Clayton Williams exonerated from payment of tax on 600 worth of property Special term Dec IJohn E Johnson exonerated from the pay ment of tax on 160 worth of prop ertySpecial term Dec 2W S Tins ley presented certificate of election and qualification as County Court Clerk whereupon the oath of office was administered to him Chamberlin presented tom- S nmission from the Governor and tt a as Justice of the Peace Regular term Dec 4Hayden Westerfield and others motion fo new roadWesterfield ruled to show cause why he has not opened the road George Jones motion for new road report of opening filed andoff Joe James and others motion fo local option election at Centertown continued for report of election Ira Mosley and others motion for hange in the roadreport of com missioners report filed and contin ued for exceptions Madisonville Hartford Eastern R R Co vs S K Cox continued until Monday December 11 Same vs R T Ross continued until Monday December 11 Same vs T C Stratton contin ued until December 11 Same vs W M Warden contin ued for report of commissioners Same vs CLee Wardendismiss ed without prejudice The following appraisements and sale bills were filed and continued for exceptions Y L Moseley Admr of Sam Priceand TJ Smith Admr of John T Smith- G H Roberts and others filed petition asking for the establishment of a new road The Christmas Dinner In spite of the fact that the word dyspepsis means literally bad cook layson n the Christmas Dinner with little distressdnausea may r any to do thatlet us hope so for the sake of the cook The disease dyspepsia indicates a bad stomach tharn a a I there is nothing else equal to Hoods stomachncreates the pleasure it should b- eHoods i j theedisI greyest t+ curative and preventive medicine the ever known It is an allround- I medicine producing its unI equalled effects by purify ins vitalizing and enrichin- gthe blood on which th health and strength ofevery organ bone and tissue depend Accept no substi Lute for Hoods but insist on having Hoods AND ONLY HOODS I Ayers One dose of Ayers Cherry preventsINo croup No bronchitis A Cherry Pectoraldoctors medicine for all affections of the throat bron chial tubes and lungs Sold for over 60 years I hre used Ayers Chorrr IMtnrml In mr famllyfurcIRhtears ThereUnothlngniiml to It rn hl sad rnlrit ttprrlnllr for rhll dreg1tuelt II imviIKH Ala SfSOCJlCO JCATEHCO Allilrneitlilt MUM forlaced ghsfKoop tho bowels with ono of Ayors Pills at bedtlmo just ono1 RENDER Dec 5James Harris city police of Barnsley Hopkins county was tho- r guest of G W Burton our city poll lice on business last Wednesday Jno S Spence was is Central City last Wednesday Mesdames R J Englebyand IIW Jones and Miss Neta Andrews were in Beaver Dam last Wednesday- H Vance Louisville was here last WednesdayS was in Central City last Thursday Miss Anna Robinson went to Horton last Thursday Jno Hoskins and Robert McDowell were in Horse Branch last Thursday Chas Cargel came up from Livermore last Thursday to spend Thanks giving Andrew Mercer was in Rockport last Saturday Jno Edwards Powderly was here last Saturday R N Allen was in Rosine last Sun- r day Mrs Jas Bratcher Beaver Dam was thi guest of her parents E S Reed and wife last Sunday Sam Jones Louisville was here yesterday- r Mrs Mary E Harvey Leitchfield was the guest of her son Ike Harvey yesterday Misses Madie Engleby and Nellye Harris were in Beaver Dam yester dayJno S Hobson of Central City was here yesterday W S Vick Owensboro was here todayII Ordinance of the City of Harttord Providing for the sale of water works franchise The City Council of the city of Hartford do ordain as follows Sec 1 That a franchise be grant ed with all rights and privileges to use thb streets and alleys of said city for the purpose of laying re pairing and operating water by tanks and hydrants and all other necessary appendages and wppliances for the operation ofu system of water works in the city of Hartford with the privilege of excavating in said streets or alleys or in such parts of same as may be necessary to lead the water to all buildings and elsewhere m said city for the purpose of renting selling and deliveping water to the citizens of said city and vicin ity Sec 2 Said franchise shall not interfere with the public use of the streets and alleys as highways more than is necessary in the practical convenient and suitable operation in obtaining the purpose for which this franchise is granted Sec 3 Said franchise shall bei sold to the best and highest bidder I at auction after having been duly advertised by written or print ed notices posted at the Court House door and five other public places in Hartford Ky for ten days next to j and before the day of sale Said franchise shall be sold for the term of twenty years from the date of the confirmation of said sale and the purchaser thereof shall be required to pay for same within 20 days after I the confirmation of said of said sale by certified check for the use and I benefit of sameISec 4 The City Council reserves the right to accept or reject all bids regularesanie j also the right to declare said sale and these ordinances void unless the purchaser of this franchise shall in good faith commence or cause to be commenced the erection of waterworks within four months from the x d rsr 4d EeP Frnes C Broh n The farmers reward for his seasons toil is certainly all that he could desire Bountiful crop Good prices and fine weather to gather it in L 1 FarmersWo have a stock of Ciunoral Merchandiso that iscommonsurato with OIilluxuraint harvest Wo havo Merchandise that appeals strongly to the ccono11ica1lH1 ll to the man who wants full value for every cunt he spends 11Iiiyou buy from us you dont have to worry about tho price Wo only have one and that is on the Bed hock Level Wo sell you dependable stullat a straight legitimate price A boy can buy just as cheap as his father Bring us some Corn to got your winter supplies You get the stliio price on what you buy with corn as you do on what you buy with money UnderwearThe Underwear nnd Hosiery season is now fully on the way unit wo have out pri0na and Suits Overcoats than whole county Huying in quan tities we got the best prices to be had Uuying at low prices we sell the si mo traytort there is 110 living stint that can sell you Overcoats and wits at a loss price than we quote Why fool your tinge away running around We have the variety the stylo told price liens Overcoats SIOO 500 050 800 W 00 on up to 15 Mens Raincoats 10 515 and 820ewh l JOYS Overcoats J 550 1 5 and 8 Children Overcoats SUiO 250 Sf0 null 5 Cloaks CloaksThe season is rapidly advancing liood desirable gar merts will be hard to lam in the season NOW while stocks are full and gurnuMits plenty is time to buy your Wraps burl huts We artj showing the greatest line of our whole existence and we feel we lan satisfy y1u fully in both stylo quality and price Wo quote Ladies Wraps 52 350 5 0 750 850 101250 nod 15 each Misses 1 2i0 30 Sound 750 each Old I drens and Infants 1 up tooO each Fur 75cl 150 2 250 8 on up to 75 I purchase of sah franchise and con e Hon or or proceedings and in such event the time so interrupted shall be deducted from the said four months Sec 5 S T Barnett city mar shal is hereby appointed Commis his acts herein Approved December C 1905 ROWAN HOLBUOOK Mayor Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk Notice To the farmers of the county m n throughout greeting We have ar ranged for all of the njoney that we want for the pooling of our tobacco We have two houses open at ville and one at Hartford and our house will open at Beaver Dam De cern bel 11 and will receive tobacco until all of tho crops are delivered Would say to those farmers living nrnr Beaver Dam or so you could take your tobacco to that place would ask you to do so as the house at Hartford will he crowded The ad vance will be 44 and 2 on all sound to bacco including burley as well iw pryor Now to the man that thinks o selling his crop of tobacco to the t done ratty former season along this lino and are actually giv lug a hotter garment for tho price than any ono in this territory Look investigate tho mutter for yourselves If your investigation dont prove what wo have said buy from tho other fellow We quote Mens Shirts and Drawers lira 25c 10c oOc 1 tend l2fi per garment Hoys Shirts und Drawers Uf c and oOc per gar ment Ladies Vests and Pants 25e 50o and Toe each Misses tninn Suits 2oc and 51t etch Infants Wrappers lOe to 55c ea- chovercoats If you have ever been in our stow and looked through its dillbront departments you know that wo show moro Hoys Childrens and tiny store in the those the sa50 get the BEAVER DAMmr KY thtPIovidedI Fords ttrust buyer you are not only selling ithe meat and bread out of our wittitrand childrens mouths but you are selling your honor as well So let all pool and peace and prosperity will reign supreme on the farm Now to the farmers of Nocreek neighbour V hood one Wayne Stevens a stock buyer for Ben Gray at Beaver Dam has sold his tobacco to a trust buyer wouldsay to organized farmerdotfsell to Gray or Stevens either tilSlovens is discharged as Grays buy r i in this vicnity y DAVID MHELAND Chmn f fojx s y o3K ac A Boutsfcl c I I Hartford Republkan II 1 r === = FRIDAY DECEMBER 8 ==Illinois Central RallroadTlme Table North lltiiiKl- Nnl3iiiH407nin7 IIrJ 1No 1IIt tOpm Noiciilu sa7 p in Hinilli Iliinliil So 1I daell5I II I- nSh 111111 Nil 191 illrV4 p in x V NOIIltTIII JlIUtTIIIUN will prbllrc III fIrlol MrnsvyY1111ee Obllnnrlm HrMilnlloim el Hrnprrl J Kir lollic rxlrul ol lto iioritn Al ovrr tlinl nuinniil nr a linric liirnl tin IIIol lr per word rnh In nilVMiirc In rxpr ol 130 words wlto bxrtil Will rrqnlrnl llnill nnlrw Ii 1 1110117Irnl wllh iiiniin rrlil Io ICM word lu rverj lunlniirr 116 vlryII New line of Ladies Dells at fairs See Fairs Christmas goods Satur IJWe strive to please City Restau rant T Novelties in Ladies Neckwear ai p Fairs 1Highest cash prices paid for furs SAM DACH i Wanteddried apples at Cursor los Teachers see Fairs line of Christ Inns books For a nice Overcoat or stylish Suit w 1 call at Fairs The new things in Cloaks and Fur arc at Fairs 1TheCity Restaurant is surely feed hing people We will pay 2T c per dozen for eggs iICRSON Co 4 r Mr George Jones Cromwell call ed to us Monday Try one of those ltCs at 5 City Restaurant Fine 5 vegetable and oyster soups cant be beat So good l- Our Mr CK Renecr Centertown called at this office Tuesday r t Oranges bananas lemons raisins und apples at City Restaurant I Arbin Petty the tailor Is ready to do your work in firstclass style I W H Griffins Drug Store will be k headquartered for Xmas goods We have lots of rugs and roCking chairs for Xmas at Carson Co Read carefully Fairs Christmas 5 t add Sure to find what you want + Teachers take advantage of Fairs Christmas Opening Saturday Spe cial prices iLadies clothing pressed by J A IaPetty manager of the Hartford Club Ladies skirts and furs of nil des laIfcription at rock bottom prices ht Cos Economy Store The newest things in ladies and I iigentfurnishing are always shown at Cos Economy Stow l The Peters Shoes are the best forI 1styleand wear You will find them I al Long Cos Economy StOre I old stock Every thing new and t 0 Ifresh at W H Griffins news Drug Store JA Thomas old stand I aLeaveyour laundry at Cleve Ilera Work guaranteed Prompt Agent Richmond Laun atdry 40tf Prices greately reduced in millin I ery goods Dont fail to look through I this stock Long Cos Economy I r Store I Miss Irenu Warren Neodesha Kansas and Miss Lillie Bell Pleas l ant Ridge are the guests of Mr and I Mrs J H Williams i See Arbin Petty in the base of the New Commercial Hotel w Jment that old suit rehaulcd He It will make it look as good as new tCWecan certainly please you both el in price and quality with the im ill mense stock of Umbrellas we are v showing at Long Cos Economy i y Store k No better styles in Ladies and n1 Childrens Wraps are found anywhere in the county than they are showing t at Long Cos Economy Store and the prices cant bobcat A 1 Miss Effie Coppage who has been 11on an extended visit to her aunt I I Mrs R R Wedding was called to r her home at blemphisIenn Monday 111 ionaccount of the serioUs illness of hersister Mrs May Hart Teachers save your discount by trading at Fairs Buy your Xmas overcoats an suits at Carson CosESee Fairs Shoe Department Any style at most any price Fresh Oysters Fish and Cranberries at City Restaurant Mr George Vincent Centertown called to see us Monday Carson Co will pay 25c per doz en for eggs until further notice Take your furs to Sam Bach and get the highest cash price for them County Judge elect W B Taylor was a very pleasant caller Tuesday The prettiest Xmas Goods will be found at 11 II Griffins new Drug StoretlFor the freshest and purest drugs go to W H Griffins J A Thomas Corner Those stale and fish meals at I City Restaurant are simply fine Try one We want Turkeys dried apples chickens feathers and eggs CAKSON Co We have a big supply of handkerchiefs for men and ladies for Xmas at Carson Co Buy something for service and merit for Xmas presents You can find lots of them at Carson Co t We have a nice lot of silks at 50c to 150 per yard for dress patterns and waist patterns that would make a nice Xmas present CARSON Co Mr and Mrs James Tanner Ow ensboro were the guest of Mrs Tan ners parents Mr and Mrs David Moreland Nocreek the first of ther week Misses Mary King Bessie Barnes and Mary Ezell and Mr George Barnes Beaver Dam spent Thanks giving day with Mr and Mrs Lee Long City Mrs F L Felix and children who have been the guests of Mrs Felixs mother Mrs A Duncan Louisville for the past few days returned home yesterdayRemember we are headquarters for Underwear and our stock has been renewed Just come and get prices and see quality at Long Cose Economy Store and its allover If you are needing photos of is yourself or any member of your family dont miss the opportunity of having them made at Schro ters Floating Studio Good work guaranteed and delivered promptly The Ladies of the Christian church organized a ladies aid society Wednesday with Mrs Lydia Conner pres ident Mrs JohnW Hale Vice pres- Ident and Mrs J W Taylor Secretary and Treasurer Society njeets every Wednesday afternoon 0 Every man owes it to himself and his amily to master a trade or pro fession Read the display advertisement of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy in this issue and learn how easy a young man or young lady may learn telegraphy and be assured a position tf WANTED By Chicago Manufact luring House person of trustworthi ness and somewhat familiar with Ideal territory as assistant in branch office Salary 18 paid weekly Permanent josition No investment required Previous experience not essential to engaging C Address Manager Branches Como Block Chicago 12t12 The many friends of Marvin Miller will be glad to hear of his late promotion to Assistant General Manager of tne International Great Southern Railroad Company in Texas Marvin went in at the bottom and by industry sobriety and honesty is rapidly workinghis way to the top There is agreat vacancy for such boys as Marvin and he has ability to kriow when and where to take holdIThe best way to judge a man is by the company he keeps likewise the best way to judge the company is by the man found with it Bearing these premicesin mind you will make no mistake in taping your insurance with the Company the etiniable gentlemen Col S R Dent is with He has written insurance in Hart sixteenycarsand f for death clams within days l i after they werereported rr 040 Court House Chat The following lines were suggest Brode election Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown How you goin to vote When the election comes round What you going to say How much you want for pay Will you do the right thing on election day You know I know Votes means dough The other sjde is goin to leave You out in the snow Rufus Rastus Johnston Brown What you goin to do ashen the election comes round It is being generally talked around Court House that J E Davidson stopped the fast New Orleans passenger train jit San eCurs Crossing last Sunday in order to get the cor rect time from the engineer The CIS a mighty accomodating road Your Uncle Mose Ragland erst whilo Chairman of the Republican Campaign Committee is wearing a les new gold watch inscribed From the boys to Moses 1905 Mr Yance Moseley recently Chair be man of a similar committee is wear ing his last summer clothes God bless the fighter We ardor en the man who gets busy when the breath of battle reaches his nostrils He may not know his Sunday school lesson and he does not forgive those who dcspitejf ully use him but he does three forths of the worlds work and the other fourth is left undone Judge Miller didnt go fast enough to get among the bunch who also They were sitting on the West steps of the Court House one warm in evening last week discussing the dress and appearance of the different gentlemen composing the Court- House crowd It was conceded that County At torney Barnes was the best dressed man of the bunch always neatly and tastefully attired- It was also agreed that his success or Ernest Woodward was the worst of the lot in that respect and Capt of Keown added that Woodward didnt wear suspenders that fit him This is institute week and the town full of women most of them pretty and atloC the cultured kindu Among them is one woman of such remarkable loviness that as Long exquisIitasay the Superintendent has a hard I place to fill ee I What shall I give thanks Upan Thanksgiving foriIf not for the hopes of That were rudely thrown away For the hours in weakness wastedj For Aie dead seafruit I For the sunshine that has fadedjAnd the bright dreams gone for aelWhat shall a man gain strength If not by desires oer come byI By the aid that comes with That lifes pleasure and itsyearning Is the fuel that is burning I Givea the power for victories won LAND SALE FOR TAXES i I By virtue of taxes due me as Sher iff of Ohio county Ky 1 will on Monday January 1st 1906 expose to public sale at the Court House door in Hartford Ky the following lands or so much thereof as may be i necessary to produce the sums required i lIZ IIEASTPark S A 85 acres of 1 precinct nearest neighbor to Wm Park 876S- ULPnUR SPRINGS No4 Armendt C L1 town lot in Dun dee 2595 SELECT NO 10 Baize W J 50 acres of land nearest neighbor toR Culbertson 480 Allen Mrs M A1 acre of land nearest neighbor T James 320I ROSINE No 12 Ramans Sam 01 acres land nearest neighbor to L Hr Hammonds 775 CROMWELL No6 Shields J T agt for J S Shields heirs 1 lot in Cromwell 220 V SOTUH BOCKIORTNO9I Hunter JB 2o acres land near 4 a rr 4 lrft H I iVoe iht est neighbor to S C Hunter and 6I sores near Pen Chinn 1064 MCHENRY NO 15 Edwards Ceo 20 acres land nearest 4001CErTERTOWN Ashbb 380 WEST BEAVER DAM NO 14 I Cooper Edwin 73 acres land near I Beaver Dam 1490 Taylor R T 2 lots in Beaver Dam 3010 EAST FORDSVILLE No 18tCasteel Mrs Alace 50 acres 785 WEST FORDSVILLE NO 19 Lindsey srWm T 70 acres 775 SHREVE No 21 Cooper B C169 acres 1295 RALPH NO 29 Greer M L 57 acres 485 Ralph C D 35 acres 425 Taylor R T 2 acres 250 Huff Jno S 125 acres 1901 and 1905 2000 UriffinMorton Cards are out announcing the com ing marriago of Miss Hallie S Morton of Owensboro to Mr Char W Griffin of Hartford The nuptial rites will take place at the home of the parents of the brideto 4 Mr and Mrs Samuel Morton on the afternoon of December 20 Miss Morton is one of Owensboros most popular and attractive young wom Mr Griffin is the only son of Mr and Mrs W H Griffin and is one of Hartfords most popular and promising young men TilE REPUBLICAN extends the heartiest good wishes to the soon to be Mr and Mrs Griffin d11sT c stx A Bein YOII Nate Almp 6tB M eI tillctlld Public Sale At my farm near Hopewell Ky Ohio county anThursday December 14 1905 I will offer for sale all my personal property consisting of two good Mules one Mare and Colt two fine young Milch Cows Farming Implements Mower and Rake Plows Gears Wagon Spring Wagdn Harrows Cultivators Household and Kitchen Furniture Hay Fodder etc Sale to begin at 10 a m Terms of sale made known on dayt sale MRS LUCY KING 2012 Paradise Ky A Card of Thanks We wish to express our deep gratitude to those who so kindly assisted in our late bereavement in the loss of our husband and father May the kind father who watches youIsincerely CHILDREN BRISTLE BRUSHES BEST a FlveMllllonDollar Fortune Awaits Man Who Invents Substitute for the Boar Product Theres n five million dollar fortune waiting for the man Islip Invent an effective substitute boars bristles observed W DL Hvland a brush salesman ac cording to UK Kansas City Star Some one is always trying to win that fortune and always fail lug All the best brushes in the world line made front bristles that i grow along the spine of the Russian wild boar Hair and clothes brushes tine made from hair near i est the pelt shaving brushes from the hips and inferior qualities from the middle sections People who want good hairbrushes should observe three things First buy the black hairbrush l The white Inured variety is just black blenched and injuredII by the bleaching the dealer for brushes with penetration bristles smoothed tops j are ineffective And last avoid silver back brushes i they are al ways made to look pretty and sell IIonOne Minute Cough For Coughs Colds and ourelJ CENTERTOWN Rev L P Drake is engaged in protracted meeting at Render Rev Nowlin Owensboro delivered an able address here Monday night on temperance J A Reneer went to Owensboro last week on some important business IJi11 and Rl Hams wer alTlircadway Mine last week on bus I i ti 4IC1othillgbffi IR For Christmas j Character in Clothing is not the result of correct L t4 fashion only There must bo grace of cut beauty of jjj r- R finishcorrectness of fit and distinction of fabric it f4is hard to get character in Clothing without pay btF fi ing a bigprice for them but you can find them 4 here at the lowest and reasonable prices j fi 9 = Mens Clothing j = Our assortment of Suits contains Ibo newest mod = fi els fresh from the bench in the latest patterns in 9= SINGLE OR DOUBLE BREASTED J = SACK SUITS of fine Worsteds Cassimeres i fi Cheviots Thibets Etc cut and made to perfection 9 Jj Prices ranging from 7 to 15 Cheapergrades = fi of good quality well made C 94SO to 7j aiid Choicy Pattern from l = 9t4fitQ Suitable for all occasions in the longest or shortest lJ heavy or light weight with or with frl dC b bfr fi out belt fancy or solid colors at TT IU ty- t4 fi 4 Boys Clothing tq1Vo are able to satisfy the boys when it comes tot madejqt9fi fi 9 fi We cannot sell you Xmas toys for the children = but we can furnish you with something that will do = them more goodt1t4 9 = Our Shoe Department bF = Is filled with the latest styles in all Leathers and tI styles for both sexes We carry the best and most fa 9 = mous brands of Shoes on the market every pair fi warranted to give good satisfaction Think of us bit when you think of wearables for Xmas t4 Wo show the fashionable Whirls Collars 1 Neck tt 4 ties Hosiery Handkerchiefs Suspenders Gloves tt SI Underwear and other articles that it takes to make Mens FurnishingsbrtQup t We Remain Yours forXmas Trade fi SAM BACH L iz HARTFORD KY bit M irM Y9a Y 191Y t r11 1 rYPMMY pr q 4 fi d 6f43 t+++ +++d + + + ri4 Fi Jt +f +++ ry ii BANK OF HARTFORD ICOIZPO1hAII1 lHH Capital Stock 40000003 Surplus II 00000 4000000ySecurety to Depositors 9 1 00000+ fJ W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier t H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier c J W FORD H P TAYLOR = JNO CTHOMAS 4 ++++ HH HHloe roI ness Mrs Lucy Kline and Miss Sallie Kline of Bicknell Ind and Mrs John Foster of Hartford visited the family of H H Davis here last week Rev J A Bennett Beda gave us good temperance sermon last Wed nesday night Willis Bennett has erected a neat dwelling for himself on Walnut st look out gillsIDave Luck and family Matanzas attended the lecture here Monday nightEdon Bishtp and wife Beaver Dam visited friends here Saturday and Sunday- C K Renees was in Hartford this week on business Our school an entertainment- last wek consisting of dialogues nucheenjoyed R HOLBROOK JNO T MOORS loHr lo ft= r For Piles Burns Sores ITHE naln= reI DeWltts Salve REIVORESTORES VITALITY Made a- WellMan j of Me I GvEUBAX uP v I rrnmNOEE nEna2Drppawoztuluandaub0lcklycasxheusUothmhf1L Youarmenwill regain their men will recover their youthful iKor by uiln ItEVlVO It Qaleklru diorelrre toKKcrraa Des LMt Vlttlltr Impotence Nicbtlr Emluloa Lost Power Falling Memoir Watting DlMMUmil ell effects of t ltabna or ezceund ImSUcretlon which unlU onetortJtudbnlll1uaaoriiiirrlic It not only cons by eUrtlna at the teat of dlieuo but liacrettncrrotonlo and blood builder brine Ing back the pink low to polo cheeks indr itarlDZ the flro of youth It wards oft laseattl lad CocrainBtlon bust on batlcs KEV1VO aa otnor It can be earned In rat pocket By mal- l01AOperpaekaaeorItsfozDaOowlthppet ITO written trurantee to care or reties the mosey Bookaadadylsof o Addrmi I stoaI sale in Hartford Ky by J HWilliatra druggist t M rq MIND AND SIGHT Restored to J R Pollard in- Most a Remarkable Manner Lost Both and was Blind and Without Mental Faculties for two Months Mr J B Pollard of Henderson has recently passed through an ex perience that is one of the most re markable in the history of man sa the Owensboro Inquirer He i fifty eight years of age and has aV ways been a strong and healthy man Two months ago he was suddenly stricken with total blindness and the entire loss of his mind He knew nobody and paid no attetion to anything that went on around him I was necessary to watch him constantly and there was little hope that he would ever recover either his sight or the use of his mental faculties The distress of his family was acute and finally the awful alternative of sending him away to an institution for treatment presented itself While this was being discussed there came a sign one day about two weeks ago that his mind was being re storedThe manifestation was hailed wit joy as day after day sometimes almost hourly a change for the better was noticed Then his eyesight began to come back In a few days IIIhis mind was as clear and strong as it ever was but the improvement in his eyesight has been more slow Wednesday he wrote a long letter to his wife and he can distinguish objects clearly though he is not yet able to read print His physicians think however that he will soo be able to do so and some of them express a belief in the probability that he will not have to use glasses Mr Pollard says that he could not controll his mind during his illness it was not altogether lost He could remember nothing that had ever taken place and could not recognize those about him being in fact most of the time ignorant of their presence but he says I was having the best time that ever I had in my life I cannot descibe the things that I saw they were so wonderful but it was all pleasure and enjoyment Dying of Famine is in its torments like dying of consumption The progress of consump tion from the beginning to the very end is a long torture both to victim and friends When I had consumption in its first stage writes Wm Myers of Cearfoss Md after 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 pneumoniaI Guaranteed at Z Bros drug store price 50c and 10 a bottle Trial bottle free Lesson In Promptitude A Philadelphia lawyer was one day discoursing upon the impor tance of impressing upon the young mind the necessity for cultivating the virtue of regularity and preci i im Early in Lifesaid he I ad the lesson imparted to me by t iiy tutor Ho was a Frenchmen by j firth I can never forgot the earn strtss with which he used to des ant upon the subject For punct ality young sir he would say i l ermit me ti commend to you ze- t ample of ze sot which rieeaexac m break of day navarire bofor- evaire aft = I WVNTKO by Chicago wholesale laid mail orderhouse assistant man counItk 20 and expense paid weekly ex pease money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No investments or experience required Write at once for full particulars and enclose selfaddressed COOl n CoI21t10 132 Lake Street Chicago 111 Weddings and Funerals Tlwre is mighty little dilFerencc u between a wedding and a funeral At a wedding the relations walk slow ly down the aisle followed by the bridal couple and a string of attend 1amts At a funeral the relations en ter the church slowly followed byi 4 rt t r r the coffin and pallbearers At a wedding the real relations of the bride sit on one side of the church and the inlaw relations sat on the other The kin of the remains take opposite sides of the church at a fu neral The organ rolls out the same deep music and the odor of flowers is as at heavy at a wedding as at a funeral After the church ser vices are over the bridal couple and attendants leave the churl first followed by the relatives and at a funeral the coffin and pallbearers are given precedence of the relatives in leaving the church- s The same hacks stand at the doors I and the processions in both cases pass slowly out of sight After everything is over the relatives get together and talk things over very much the same in both in starces There are some tears some criticisms some complaints about blunders and the incidents art e closed livery kind of blind bleeding itch ing or protruding Piles or piles by 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 1Kentucky is All Right Kentucky has 9500 manufacturing enterprises with a capitol of 154 166345 showing no increase in num bering during the past year of 1615 with an increase in capital of 27 446508 Kentucky has 234667 farms valu ed at 471045556 an increase dur the past decade of 55403 with an ad ded valuation of 42975899 Kentucky received for spendin- n money last year not taking into ac count money received in salaries wages interest on moneys loaned or dividends on tocks and sales of real estate the sum of 268502092 while the farmers of Kentucky reI ceived from sales of two crops alone corn and tobaccothe princely slim of 50000000 in round num bets Kentucky stands in relation to the other States of the South fourth in population third in manufacturing third in percentage of farms im proved third in homes owned by her people third in school population second schools and third in value o r farm property while she is tenth i area of territory There is nothing the matter with Kentucky She i fully in line with the other States o the south these have been shown toI be abreast of all the rest of the country i n The Famous Little Pills Earl Risers cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc by their tonic effect on the liver They wipe or sicken yet they cleanse th system thoroughly They cleanse tone and strengthen the stomach and bowels and impart the kind of energy that makes one feel like Orisiug early Sold by Z Wayne j Griffin Bros Beauty of the Woods IIt is impossible to realize what I be done with our commonest wild shrubs trees and plants until lone sees them In a wellarranged ground grouped and massed and singly There may be seen within a radius of forty miles of Chicago j sonic of the most beautiful homes and home grounds to be found on th continen These owe much of their j beauty to the use of native trees and shrubs A clump of alders never lacks interest from the time theI crimson shows in the on aut1 itcn j matchless gray amid the winter snows Not only JihK1 hat sumach papaw and even till wild fruits are transplanted along with the thorn maple crab apple and buckeye alnan the smaller trees One can n t bu t wonder why such beauty is not made use of more frequently since it is within reach of nearly every one Velocity 01 Meteorites It is no wonder that stones which fall from the region of space are i fired by the impact when they strike j our atmosphere Astronomers esti j mute that they fall with a velocity iof least 65000 yards per second This extraordinary speed is best un derstood by comparing it with a ball from a modern cannon which never travels with a spell greater thanJCOO yards per second IFOX HOUND CROWSI I Before Giving Vent to a Craw Dog Streatches Himself On His BackIDogs have been trained to do very marvelous things in various ways hut the stoat remarkable trick lorI done by a dot r is on its own initiative without any sort of training AndI ha is a Drvicae county dog the pro petty of Mr Haley of Gatewood j i this county wiys the Owensboro Messenger j The dog crows like a rooster It j is not a case of his ttccidem ally hat i ing made a noise that sounded some thing like the crow of a cock He I has done it hundreds of time muli does it deliberately Before vent to a crow the dog stretches himself on his back And the dog knows what he in doing too because when the roosters crow at midnight or at the break of day the dog gets in the contest taking his turn 1the others withI Mr Hale has one rooster r which the dog appears to have a special affinity When that rooster crows the dog is sure to follow suit When in the nature of things the rooster is expected to crow but for I unknown reason fails to do so the somedog starts the game by crowing and long and the rooster loud answersThe dog is an ordinary foxhound but he is worthies for all purposes for which he was bred In fact Mr Raley has never found any thing except crowing for which his well adopted Porhaps the explanation of this freakspf nature may be found in attainedga ago n B Parker was nominated for the presidency was named Parker in honor of the champion of the rooster ticket The crowing over Parker failed to materialize but the pup was named at a time when the Democrats were expecting a mighty crowing and it may have I had some effect on him There 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 gnwhat you eat and allowing it to rest until it grows strong again Dyspepsia Cure digests what you permanentfI stomach troubles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros Ileifersyfrom birth gradually in the way it should go by a constant progressive course of kind heifeer calf should be at obliterate proclitivities before they grow into habits The calf should not be permitted to suck the dam but be taught to drinl from a paili Jjt should be handled and quite frequently It will soon become I used to it and make no resis i tance rather like it As it grows older the udder and teats should be rubbed and pulled gunny as if milk ling This not only mates it docile but aids in the development of the udder and increases Its future copaI city A heifer may be brought to milk in this way before she has had- e i a calf an instance of this lacteal precocity is not infrequently seen in dairies when calves are allowed to suck each other When the wolll educated heifer has a calf it is j already trained and breaking with the discipline of a club a boot or a milking stoul will not be necessary Why She Looks Sad Dont imagine that every sarl eye 11 woman you meet has loved and lost amgI got him t Beveridges Turkey StoryI Senator Beveridge desired to illus j srate strongly the force of habit Sullivan where I spent my IIn he said there was a phy i sician whom everybody liked a hard working modest absentminded man- This physician was the guest of honor ore Thanksgiving at the house of a leading citizen anJ when tho gay assemblage entered the dining room the leading citizen said to him ofIyoursurgical 1 jed Jail of up ed of a ty bo fle to of in HALLSr i Anima 1 Feed For liens With the passing of summer all I kinds of brigs worms und insects have disappeared mud as a substitute we must supply some kind of animal food Cut green bone nearer poseasing all the required elementefor the pro i duction of eggs than any other food and since it can be had at n low price it is well for those who kept hens to consider it I A bone mill will pay for itself in a short time in the increased number of eggs laid Many butchers wilt give you the bones from their shops mud even when they sell them the cost is slight An ounce every other day should be given each hen and a proportion ale weight of other food allowed on those days Use only fresh bones as tainted meat often caused disease to get a start Locomotives Catch Quail Engineers who yjn through the western pout of Oklahoma tellsome great stories about the way in which quail are killed by coming in contract with their engines und claim to have a bunch of them on the pilot at the end of every run One Choctaw fireman has evolved a scheme to fix up a net on the front of his locomotive and catch the birds as they come against it He avers that hundreds can be caught in that way every day Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat n 5000 TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED nnnnllr to till me now poitlune ttvilte1 l r llnllninilnnil TrliKrnph liiniinnirn We wont YOUNG MEN had LADIES nfcood hb It U LEARN TELEGRAPHY 1aC n S7C7LrTZ 7G WrfuniMi TSlwrepl nt Iho nMnitnr nnil Mullein AwnlBln Vmrlni OurIx Srhixitunni tlii liirm t tuhllre Tile rHh Sthuulu In the oitrM i tnilh hri JOTcnr nail imlunx lijr nil lending ttiiUnnr Offiilt- OWVejiiiitrit J n Itnnil tn rrrrr tinlmt to rurnlh 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LIKE CANDY ricttant r Uttble Potent Tide Good Do Good Never Sicken Weaken or OrIM110 25 end nmpleandbookIetouheAlh Sterling Remedy Compan Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer gray hair then keep it Perhaps not then rememberHalls Hair Renewcr always restores color to gray hair Stops falling hair alsoU JiV MTcWuasA11 V rl t t 7 t crit ts to r M IUIIXTT c K HUITH BAKNETf SMITH r VIilhli and ljIIIf IIntlnrtlllIII irnrtltrofmIin FRANK L FEL- iXAttoneyatLaw 41 IIIUT10IIII ItY- YIIIirHillii bl iriitml n In Oblit dad ul liilKlHM utility mill In ike Hurt ul lppenl Irlnilnnl inntlivnii l ln4ln lliiHn a ipm IMtjr limitIn the HtriiM bulldlujf CHASM CRONE LxAWYELRl- Liinoiti Kv IS lit iirneliv hie iri fee loii In nil the mare If ohtii Hint nttjitlnlfiir roiiHikii ned III the tune if A iHiili4 xlwrniaIrutlu clvvn tv rrlinlnnl liriirtlfiinnil tn nillnMhiii UHlre rorner Mnr let nod Center Mfrisliiniiitiiiii riiriiir tiiiffiHrn JNO B WILSON AlTOHNKV AT LAW HARTFORD KY Unllthoj OI1nlh MetiiHleiiiiire rr = =R R WEDDING Attorney at LiwHA- IITFOKH Kv 111Merelenrt1roarylnbllrforfIAlorpllltty II IIKAVIUN IIIIXrST XVOODWAliH ilEAVRIN WOODWARD Getott z avw II ennoppn v Il7llliirnetlnlhilr prufi In HIIIIUOrlf 41 IIhlnnr a nd Inrtfl ppeni Si endertlun W H BARNES Attoney at LawAMI curve v vrniiixivl- UNinmn Kr Will iirHrtlre bl pnfwln In nil the Court Ohio H ml mljnlnlnirriiuntlrn ninl In the Court Vppent Strlil nttrnllon will lie glen tllIIhuIitntrnMd in hlinnv Villreilon perl fly Illflr III nutrition 4 YANCY UOSLEY t ATTORNEY AT LAW Hartfurif KrnlticUx Will 111 hl priife lon In sill Hi taurl at iibln ninl mljiilnlnir rounilm and In the Court at- teplwnl AN Sotnrr 1uMlr 151uter nrt NiitiinM linuk 1 CO YEARS EXPERIENCE I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone ending a tletrli end Yquietly airerum fir nplniiin free whether hnnmuut-tlnnutfMlrnnfdeultdiANOttQOA MI latenu piittntPatentipretit notice without chreo lu tbo Scientific Jhierican A Imiidsoniclr llln tr tM nroklr Ijtneit tir rilltttlnfi of Oil ftrteiitlttrt l iiFiml Ira U srear Imir nlhllI S4uyAll tieotdealtr YorkI tl efOCUPEDANDDEiENDCDalmodlr r li 71 v310V a t rule nutky COUNTRltSlttlnrJ a vanl 74 f 3 Pti hit and infringement Practlc Exclusively 5 std Ninth ttret opp tr ltl tat nteat Oct ad WASHINGTON O C I o JGHiV rtLEPir COMPANY I IHflInhat0 n The RonghRivor Telephone Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is constantly being ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15 cts 45 miles 15 cts tc- W A CHANDLER Gen Alr KyJBeaver Dam Ky i utirth dtlres awry be41 t D AGE iSW M1raD Lrf rfNjifljf queFaif unll l ro avid npprovo of your bicycle 8UIj1mtFlnnt ptUllaI1I1 trn + n ISMcthpIstfr ItJY IIStU Tilt Cuuxtcr JlitikrB and Illiicturekss Tiles f933 J9G4 MvtHils- B 9rJ 1J t Miikc t 4 Q l Ij4u1 inkr n a nitt i it tnt nt t icthM usual JTI C n v fty san Ard tiros and but 1 tea iiicnt MI IIIrR fitftniitxtiiauruntte 1 3111 OV APIlWVAt co V to any DAYSfi lUliii for nnr FAOTOfi 1e1 suirut PRI31 HID r iRIKL OFFER Thus ulpnwwada I nr t an hiilf ri ifilur rrlrrInturb- w Ire Sundry GIreue fna t n a rl d m i iiftiribaiiuii VHi fci iu Inn U UYUGm vjUi T47tHogulat nrlctt 8GQ ir pail 5woYouS4fafr for Only OUT WONT HE LET AIR NO MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES Resnlt pf tt ytara xJl1lIn n tern makln d from THORNS CfiOTUS IHo NAILS TACICSof CLASS s rious liUo Intentional knife cuts can be vulcanized like nni1 other tire HEALING by PATENTS Cralollt T fcliowlin all lJllh and maliM of tins nt fM pair and up 4Ibuter II ral m uuWhcl ud 1111twSmidrtcentfailfhousualprfcca- I Notlc the Hilrk mhUr trin A uml imiiriurii Kitijw II and II This tin will an other make rnift li ili ami as Hldlnc Wo will ship C 0 D ON APPROVAL AND EXAMINATION vtki a iml if 1 Wo will allow a cuci tllmcourl of i llrcIy making the price IIM per pair If you wend full cash with order Trc to U niuruul at our If not aatbfactory on examination e MEAD CYCLE CO Dept JLCHICAGO ILL I OUR CLUBBING RATES Tim RKIUHUCAN anti Louisville HumId 125 Jj iK llKriMtMOAN and Louisville Daily Hurald tOO THK KKiUitiiuAN and CouricrJuurnal 150 TUB IlKiUiiMCAN and St Louis GluboDomocmt 175 THK RKPUJIMCAN fold Homo fold Farm 125 THK llKiUitiicAN anti LijuiKotts and Cosinuplitan 325 THK UKIUIUICVN and Twicoa Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 THK IxKiUiuirAN and Daily Owcnsboni Jnquirer i70 Inks RKrunuoAX and Twicoa Week Oboro Messenger 175 Ts fK RKPIMIUCAN fund National Ma aine 150I Address all orders toI THE REPUBLICANI I- It + PanolaThe Modem tonlcA dose before ndi nifal will makr you eel strong and well PAN O LA has no equal for Indigestion 1lapepsin Catarrh ol the Heml ThroAt Stomnch novels Ilvi nnn Kidneys II e 1I1t Orlppe and general ileblllty Mnde by ihi IiKTCHPirLn IllAn I A MACAL Co Inc For sale hv r H WILLIAMS Hartford y I-i 1J 411+ A1 1 1 J n r Southern Raiway Shortest and Fastest Lines 1l01 Lexington ani Louisville t 10 R r Lollisan1He WestT- wo trains daily as follows Lexington 610 a m Louisville 900 a m arrive at St Louis 512 p m Carrying vestibuled coaches and CafeObservation Parlor CarMeals a la carte through I withht cange Leave Lexington 530 p m Lou isville 1015 p m arrive at St Loin is 732 a m carrying free reclin ing chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without change Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 Best Main St Lexington Ky 234 ijFoutUi Ave Louisville Ky or Union Depots V Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this office heap I Nasal CATARRH 1 all ItS stages than rtah tU lp dunliaeu- E jri Cream Balm ck CMioothiuidheilj W blembrae It cure and a cold la the 9O1 r CpJAi1 it t J t cream Balm It placed Into the DOItriI IIprMdl mfr the atmbrans and Is absorbed Bstlif Is 1m octUts and a CQf8 foUovri It Is not drrini doe not produce meezlng Urge Size M seats at Droj ti I or bj naUr Trial SIze 10 cents by mall p BROTTtEKS 6fl WarreuSUael Now York t rh y ltr u EASY RIDING STRONG DURABLE SELF FULLY COVERED BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ontUH expcnno INothing pas ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass itI I KingsNew For U SlorBciULD A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Monty back If It talll Trial Bottlti Ma Thousands of Acres For Sale- at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAINROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman steeping end tree resUnlna chair Hom aeekera Ezcurslona first and third Tuesdays of each Dojcrlptlvs literature maps pamphlctv folders eta on application H C TOWNSCIID HlharultUL u H T0 YATTHEW- SnTdiagf Pass lg+ 8 1T OUR WEKLYI NEVJ YORK LETTER I Prince Louis and Horse Show Week GcXni and Hats seen at the Garden Fashionable DOlls a flax Feature Fur Motor Hats Fcr Prttty Women Dy RENE DEVEnAUX iluriuns iiitnmu wontlicr tlio horse hw suit the mixiiMt iroaoncc of IMiiro houlH lYIiuc Alexander nnil other 1IUulIhltI irWHtu of Iliw Four IIiiinlivil have Just iflviii Nixv York fnfhlmiiilik4 n giddy week of Joymin iwltfimMit TJif whole wok redo a- I HUnvtH The wcntlitr urea Sirfoct the HtiiiiilJiMidpni who ciitiTtniiiiiI honor I of till prlmi covered thMiwelvoH with jlnrIh iiinliii wits uses wore re Hpliiiilcnt the XOWIH sum jmrKPou mill ImltUiitilly lie horses were lies er more DpIiiiilM Certainly Interest In the horse xhow doest not wnni mid while the well bred woiniin way purr Imps n trllle less conspleilixisly tsowned thou formerly her costume were marUed with n rertalu Hinartness fre quaintly iniirrnl by overelahorntlon- At morning thud afternoon sessions n piirprlshiK nimiber of chic black KOWIIM were nntleeiihle value of cloth nod ninny of handsome velvet On Thurs day afternoon Mrs Xellson till mother of Mrs ItPKlnnM Vanderhllt wan splendidly KOWIHH In a severely plain Work velvet frock with which she wore n velvet picture hurt piled hlph with n mass of nodding plumes A coq spicuous accessory was n tiny skyo dog which accompanied her IIwlllhtllln n black velvet collar held In place by glittering diamond slides AH Mrs Xellson and her diamond studded ter rier swept Into one of the Vanderblt boxes both ItcKlnald mid Alfred Vim derbllt Wore lining stunts In the ring Alfred driving a smart four In Imnd to the lullnlte delight of the spectators Ono of the leaders of mllllonalredom In n nearby burg was regal In purple and Irish crochet Her gown was of velvet faultlessly fashioned In princess style The fullness was conllned at the valet line by tiny tucks forming a corsclet effect the bottom of the gown belug finished by one Virgo tuck nil two Hinall ours Kcee llngly elegant was the deep round yoke of Irish cro I VELVET rOflllME rillSCESS STYLE BEEN I AT TilE IIIIIIHU now I duet both back and front outlined with I tapering revere of cloth of gold upon which were embroidered small an chors In tiny dull purple beads On the Insldo of tilt low crush lade collar was n narrow band of cloth of gold The lint worn with this gown was of purr pie velvet upon which were ninny pur pie plumes part of Mlle brim near the front being caught down by a single purple orchid The high bandeau in the READ THIS Hopkinsvile Ky June 7th 1901 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 after using onefourth of a bottle I passed a large gravel and I have never suffered since passing the same 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 DEAN A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer OlivoIStreetSt J hnik urns n clonil of purple tnllo mother ciinspIcnuiiK Muck rustnmon till Garden on Tlinrsday on n nmn this thou wilt that uf Mr 1 llrfii Hy possibly taking n turn IIIIIOIIB tae h between c soii of court wlilcli v IIIIM been iitteniJIiiK Most iiiiiictllliinwi of liil Mr IlyileM attire of deep liltlrk VMS in iirnilDlinceil 11111 1111 lit to tin I mi lciiiin wiilnteoiili iuntrte Ioui I jlliinils worn by tile svnKjer fpl lots of Ilk set this reason Ifu Is Until Clllllp rlCl mnug the lilrrt fnsii nilile for iltlnlnnllvt fllt1IB mi and i the inixcn nt ninny shue trnn tlci llverleil yaungsteln eomlcnlly iininilnii In Ilvrryoxetlyl thI1Ilitaniand are tniimil to Jump fjuin the IIagilely Cud tin the uivilful with nil ilu nips rout RiiietNi of their ldlIIriicmniniiily Hiiiiirt fur motor Imls 1fI1111 till Central pork drives diirli2 lie week Ileiiilpnf fur lnolorltiK which combines nil the ICVPS wiry nttrlbiltei sums us yet In a to mil wHint iuuleveli iMHl stage Ono of thn new shapes channliiKly bcroinliiK nod ronifortahle Is Colonial In cITwt with a IioixlcU plpeo Wiled ray be tnrneil down over the ears fastening under the chin or cnncht up over the crown In nn iMivibpo effect A fnsclnatliiK VOIIIIK clrl nt the table of n country chlb last week wore n mink motor gnat wHIr 110ft white fur eollir and n snort fur hunt of the above described model of white caracul the hooded portion fri ullug n wealth of wind blown tresses Our renders may hnve ndvlc on purr chiwInB nnd any iiiPKtlnn concornlnt fashion or fnl rcn unnwcrocl without clmrci hy none Devrniux the fHnhlon expert liy niWrewInu Rene Devornux 1 O Ilox vile Miullnon Square New York IndoMint stump for replyl Queer Accident to Deer Strange accidents will sometimes happen to deer writes a Scotch hunter A hind in Caithnes came to some crofters hut near the forest andwaspoking about to see if there was anything she could pick up when she found an old tin pail lying in some outoftheway corner In went her nose and downcame the handle behind her ears Then some how the whole pail slipped down her neck and there she was caught She was seen several times with her preventedhererly The clatter when she got un der way was tremendous and the other deer were frights nd for niles Several unsuccessful attempts were made on her life but I never heard the sequel Anyhow she must have diedsoon from nervous prostration couple with the shock or some ladylik disease of that sort STORY OF KUROPATKIN technical Disgrace of Great Russian General Brings to Mind Ills Part in Another War At this time of the at least technical disgrace of Gen Kuro patkin it falls distinctly apropos to hear of that brave and able gen tlemans behavior during another war than that which has just come to an end in the far east during the war between Russia and Turkey in the late seventies whon Kuropatkin served with marked distinction uuder there redoubtable Skobcluff Through till of 1877 the younger man dis played most admirable fighting qualities His tirelessness and ability had gained for him the highest encomiums of his famous uperior Then on Christmas day came the chance shot which laid Kuropatkin by for a time in cidentally ihowing in a new light tbe splendid physical bravery of the man Bkobeleff had taken his stand on a rock to survey the valley which stretched away from Lysici lull when a ball from a Turkish Bharpahoottr bidden among the brush below pierced Kuropat kins shoulder awl collarbone aa usual he was at tile aids of his commander The loss to the lat ter seemed Irremediable while the grief cf the file troops Rhea tbe ill news ran among them was so keen and real that some actual ly shed tears as this idolized lead er was laid on a stretckor and borne away But the rugged steepness of the rocky hillside was teo much for the bearers One of them slipped and the wounded man was rudely jerked out upon the ground Ill go OB foot Its impossible to be carried hemuttered hi B face oon vulsed with pain An orderlytook- him by he arm and started to lead him up the slqpe when be too slipped and went down the officer falling on him Then a was tied about Kuropatkina waist the ends being passed over the shoulders of a brawny Cossack while two soldiers one on each side supported the general whose military career was thus ended for a time 0 CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Dt Couith Syrup TatS Good Use In time Sjid by drugeitt STRONG O1stla AgainIs Stovaliof Tilton GO said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Curo f31ofotherweak women perfectledy YOU may well you will take itIndlcettloncausu nearly all the sick nets that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may eaten 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IoHEEAddnRoom 211 R H MACY y CO NEW YORK N ir iiV H u Cunlbeland TELEPHONE AND Telegraph Co Incurporalel ltnre llIthf1 the matter with my uiiHiticts I have the Cumber Idu Telephone In my itblclame and place ol business My bucluess has Increased and my wiles voter ih lever heard to uruiiihlft about the Tele phMie Your for goOi setvit htld Rcntleiiiflnly competition IllE PfiTE Manr vOhio Conga rircnltCunrt TI1 Illrkhnid JndBej Hen II Illntf Attorney T II Hlnck Juller lid O llnrniKH Clerk Frank L Kclli Mutter Com I mlmlnuer Y L Mi elcy Trustee Jury IundCi I Koown Sheriff Ilni tfonl lenity 8lierlffC Keown Clartrpce Kroiui Jo II Robert Ham- Krown rCourtconvene flriit Mon goy In March cud August and continues three weel nml third Monday In May and NoTmlxr two wceki County CourtJ I11111er JudRej MS1I K and Clerk W 11 llarne Attorney Hnrttord a Court convene first Monday lu each month MondayInCourt ol CluluuConTtnn flnt Monday In Jar uory Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Ol lcenJ H Wood Surveyor Crrnlro Frank Iowe Assesor IMa James UeWtvn School HoperlnUndent Hartford DOD L Davis Coroner Sulphnr Springs rvaotlc1 Coiirta 0 F Hndton heaver Dam February K Ma IS AUKn t3l November 30 Oeo W Martin llalietown February li May 14 August 20 November 12 JnoMOrahum Narrow February 28 May 2 AUKftn November 11 15May7AugustJA lllcki lluford February 7 May 9 Aug nit 12 November 7 W A Hone CenterlownFebruary s May 11 Augu t 24 November D J Wilcox llorkport February 20 May II August 25 November 14 SXartfora 3eUc Court JnoBWlIonJudKe C E Smith City Attorney S r Oarnett Marshal Court convenes second Monday In each month GrvieM Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 p mand iecon meetingeverywednegday Ilnptlit Church Serrlcei held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev J II Ilnrnett pastor C P Church Service fiat Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7pm ReT J D liar ned paitor School TruteerllertfbrdJaPMiller JGlenn S T Stevens U M Rocker J II D Carson Jon C Rile- yCltyCouncilMogan Holbrook Mayor S A tndereonClerk Dr 8 J Wedding w s Tine eyACTaylor MiHeavrlnT J Morton Councilmen C crot OoclatloB A O U W meet flrit and third Friday ulfthta In each month Hartford Lodge No eTS Ft 1lIaoDo firs Monday night In each month Hartford Tent No 00 Knight of the Macca been every Thursday night i Rough River LadgeNo110Knights of Pjthlo meet every Tseoday night Preston Morton fort No4 0 A H bold reg nlar meeting SntnrdnybeforeOritSnnday each month wrlteforoarCOiIFrDENTIAL THATandsendIMMIIDIAT Regtateredna at 805B07 7th SL WASHINGTON D C OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca- pabJeofdeveJopment into a permanent and profitable business WRIT AT ONCE YVheeerYVilsonMfg6o 72 and 74 Wabash Ave cmCA- OOi + N oawr N+ r 1 J i Hartford Republican I FRIDAY DECEMBER S t W21IlIn rru R0 Vfffi Ji I QI- I r Bakinga Is fay cf Grape Crecsn cf Tartar i Absolutely Pure Makes the food mere Wholesome and DeliciousI eFqar 1 RISE OF CENTRAL AMERICA Isthmian Canal Will Make It One of tho Garden Spots of the World Says One Who Knows t The construction of the Pana inn canal will knock till shackle If off thousands of peons in Central America and will bring that conn try up to the measure of its wonderful possibilities You can feel the foreshadowing influence of the big waterway in the atmosphere pf Pauama and Costa Rica 1I0WI Senor Don Miguel II Arcliera n merchant of Han lose formerly Mike H Archer assistant chief train dispatcher of the Chicago Terminal railway made time obser vation Senor Archera is at Macon Mo visiting his mother I Someyearsresidinre in the states of Central America have given him the native tan and an excel lent command of the Spanish lan guage Among other things heI said to the Kansas JityStar Just as the railroads of Mis souri opened up a market for mil lions of dollars worth of wasted j produce in the fifties so will the canal and the roads leading to it furnish a worldwide market for the delicious fruits of Central America In Costa Hica Jsicam gun and Honduras in fact in all the isthmian states they railH1 strawberries the year round mil practically give theta away at from ten to 15 rents a gallon Pineapples that would east 10 and 00 cents in Kansas City and Louis go begging there at fromI one to three cents apiece Its the same with limes oranges mini bananas they are a drug on tllI market j There mire untold millions InI tIll mountains of Central Amer lea waiting development of Van kee capital and enterprise The only reason the work has not been done sooner is that it means death to the average citizen of the Unit Id States to live in Central Amer lea The yellow fever and black smallpox are prevalent there un ail the middle of October With the building of the canal mind railroad progressive people will sei to it that better sanitary meas ores obtain in the towns and that the dangers of disease are greatly reduced The temperature doe+ not vary 110 degrees the year round III ale extreme south the thermometer runty up to 182 degrees That was the tempera ture when I left The weather you mire having in Missouri now which they tell me is the hottest of the season seems like fall Some of our people of the south would describe it as too cool for iimfort and they would very likely wear overcoats in till eve ningsIn the near future Central Ameriru will be tin garden spot of stopitlee systems of sanitation are planted Time Creator made the land all tight in the first place but it happened to fall limo unappro hands The canal will rel 7gatethe slink plow and the peon mad Ih birth to an era of as re- x I111111lwllll development as was on this rout R illelltILooking Out for Little Things You will learn to look out for the little leaks if you continue in our em oy said the head of till gfcuT commercial house tN in paused at the new bookkeepers desk He bent a little nearer the pal of time ledges Hem I set you dot your is he said Wo discouraged that antique custom several years ago It takes time mind time is a great desideratum in this firm And Mr Peckham Yes sir If you will drop hit i nty private room after you are through with your duties this afternoon I will IilthIJllIIIIwe summer lug just how much ink as well as suhstitlltin1I0lllnllill t I forget1 Cleveland Plain healer IThe House of Hctsc royal house of Hesse a German principality rarely loses 70jrntly was 7H During the nine tecnth century JO or iiU members of the fancily crossed the big divide the youngest having reached the allotted three score and ten anil the oldest being I This won dirfiil longevity iv possibly trace iible to the fart that the Ilessc family has often intermarried with commoners LIFE IN AN ARABIAN HOMEI Picturesque Costumes and Decora tions But the Wife the Beast of 1Burden Is Really Pretty At last we were to be admitted to j the house life of an Arab writes nlL Elmendorf in Scribners ling our slippers we were ushered through tIll low dark doorway into a little court with a either side Time wife was s atlc1I on the ground in a must pictur estuie costume of dark colors without a veil preparing the even mug meal Hanging on the lIIudI walls were various pans and cookI mug utensils sonic of which were bronze others terra cotta On the floor was a brass mortar and pestle used for pulverizing the coffee Over the tire was a earthenware dish in which a tin cake was being cooked Moth husI hind and wife were so grateful toI the great magician who had cured their son that all conventional ties were discarded and we all sat en famine and enjoyed couscous dates figs native bread and deli cioll coffee After dinner the whole JlartJlnI dulgcd in cigarettes and more cof fee The wife was really pretty amid had more expression than most of the women of the desert especially when she gazed at her son and heir with a mother love ennobling her dark but handsome features Had it Bern a daughter nil would have been different fOlI they are an unwelcome increase It the family neglected and ii treat ed until they move sold in marriage a condition still worse unless they hear male children woman is the beast of burden tim drudge and the general utility slave as well as the banker for time lordly husband who could not hiI degraded by such a thing as labor House Parties in Kansas The difference between a slum her party and a house party as we understand it is that at a slum her party till guests just stay over night and at a house party they stay until the grub begins to run low or until the old mans patience runs out and he is discovered cleaning up his old shotgun or is I aggravating his dog into a bad humor Holton Hecord I Tolled by Electricity At the Church of the Sacre Hiart in Paris a Mon bell is tolled by electricity A choir boy doe till work which formerly required the services of five men Compliment for Llnevltch Oyama is reported as saying 1m an interview Gen Linevitch i tint a man who is thirsting for tGmue riginadltpbn was ngains war ale hits ninny juaintanco in Japan multi is Oil ms of anti mato friendship wi Vuj Gen Fukiishima him itll hs lIUllllcIo I wscu position from the ranks We took only lIa- guns in till late battle of Mukden owing to the marvelous skill of the enemy In effecting a retreat The Russians carried away tin barrels of their guns by railway tti OoSTOrXABean the Its Kind Yu Name Always BwzIA SIgnature L cI LA Ct4C +lLm- zW BURGLARS GO UNARMED Because They Believe That Average Householder Is n Coward and Gives Them Time to Escape Lecoq the detective was talk mug about Sew Yorks proposed law that burglars caught armed whether they have injured anyone or not 16 sentenced like murder ems to death It would be a just enough law I suppose said lecoq Few burglars go armed though You mire keeping well within the truth when you say thin practically all burglars go unarmed i A11Iy7 Well because they dont need to- Suppose I you wake up In time small hours and henranoise You listen lying very still in the dark j Yes footsteps undoubtedly It is clear that burglars are at work downstairs You think of all the bloodthirsty burglars you have rend about The rogues would crush in a norm s skull as carelessly as they would a rats Art you scared Well rather lirenthing strangely you get1 up and with as muihnoiseaspos j sible you prepare to descend the burglars You go very onI and you bang and rattle things tIlIlllIi dont want to capture them need no weapon against you 1heJ11- UlllllIlIlJ a clean pair of hlIlsIIEvery man is a coward hems burglars in his house 11t night There is something about the black and lonely night that makes cowards of us all We bluff We tell our wives well set tie the burglars surd we wont be restrained from going down to them but we go very very slow ly and very very noisily There is plenty of time for them to make off Burglars know this In their opinion every householder is a coward from whom there is noth ting to fear hence burglars as a go lyiarmed OLDEST OF ALL CROP PESTS Hessian Fly Brought to the United States During the Revolution Facts Little Known Few people know that the lIes sian fly is one of the oldest of all the crop pests in this country and that its name was given it as a result of the fact that it was brought to the United States in the straw included in the impedi menta of time Hessian troops HentI over against the American revolts tionists by George III in 177GI says the Chicago Chronicle It was first noticed on Island about sinere spread coextensively with till progress of civilization and growing west north and south destroysesec tions and the average loss iti causes is about 40000000 bushels annually or about six or sever per cent of the total crop The entomological bureau has studied it long timid closely said the recon mendations made to wheat growIers have undoubtedly kept damage fur below what it would otherwise hove been said yet spite of the best efforts of the Iwlj entists and till farmers who act on their 4d ice the thy got beyond control during the season of four years ago and destroyed fully 80 per cent of the crop in time infested region the resultant loss being in 0dr y and unfortunate development was due to weather conditions favorable to the pest surd to an unusual scarcity of its parasitic enemy The parasite which formed inside setenstomologists and liberated in set oral wheatgrowing states and- much good has resulted Pies by Machinery Twentyfour thousand pies a day is the output of a baking ma chine just patented by Mr E fTon of Pittsburg The new ma chine turns out 40 delicious pas tries n minute and enables three men to do the work of IOU bakers After Edelweiss The usual number of tourists have been killed in the Alps thin season hunting edelweiss al though anyone could raise edel weiss in his back yardus a horti culturlst remarked the other day Surprising SubCtibs I bought some chick pns yesterday and started a poultry yard and early this morn lug there were two colored men hanging around my place Col Soutn Yo dont say suh upImvarCatholic Standard ENGLISH LITERARY GHOSTS i Man Who Wrote Things to Which No i tables Signed Names Tells of Londons Poor Pay In the Franklin inn a writers 1uh an elderly welldressed man was talking excitedly II was a ghost he sohia lit j ghostrin London I was but too glad to pmt work to do thereat live cents an hour Of all the poor towns to twnrkl in ho went on London Is tlu worst Jerome McWadc tin pop ular journalist w n commissioned lust year to do a SlitHock Iloliuts detective novel for2Ina 11111111j was busy anil 1 ghosted the book for hint Well it succeeded That novel gentlemen was a success j yet nil Iot fur writing itI was Ib I ghosted for poets for scion tists for essayists I was glad to ghost an essay for two shillings half a dollar I ghosted 1J son nets for a pound I ghosted an article on the solar eclipse for aI dollar wnrkrtileanly II sweatshops And I was lucky if II lot a bit of meat once a lay Do you see these callous places in my fingers They canoe froth holding the INn Writing has deformed my hand the same as laboring de forums the hands of the Italian or the Hungarian in the railroad gangYou say your were a ghost What is a ghost asked a banker poet A literary ghost is a London In stitution answered the other A ghost writes things that other people sign their names to Thus when a prince or a duke or a mil lioualre sausage manufacturer conies out with a pretty fair novel it is reasonably safe to say that some one ghosted it 1 never ghosted for such big hugs I only ghosted for men in the trade for journalists novel fists laid so on And to think after such hardship that I should now be seated inn luxurious otllce on Easy street writing advertising poetry at a dollar u line WOMAN GETS BAD DEBT Fivetan Standing Account The new woman was In eiIdence on a lioston street car the other day and she gave the other passengers a lesson in the art of collecting an old debt Another woman paid her fare with a f5 bill The conductor could not make time change Just wait a minute lie pmisseuigers to the man with time crutch to the redheaded mat surd to the pros perous looking individual in tillI new fall limit nobodys financial equipment come up to the require ments Presently a woman sit ting near the front of the car beck oned to the conductor How big is the hilly she asked Fivedol lars he replied Uses it belong to that woman in blue she went on Yes madam said the con ductor Very well said the woman I can help you out The conductor handed over the 35 bit and the woman counted out 493 iota one pile and five pennies into another She gave him the pen fllllithlIsun money ways said she had none Xowtlmt I have got something from her i- am going to hang onto iU Time victorious collector looked defi antly at the woman in blue The rest of thepallRen ers sat up in ex pectation of a tight The woman in blue blushed deeply but site meekly waived her right to the J405 Please stop the car was all she said Ir IV rww I Its Tine to Buy Holiday Gifts f4tJ A tlm holiday season approaches the question what to give is a tmtatlomo Wo solve tho problem for you EaCh year time custom of giving It usoitil present becomes more and more popular Nrnva days instead of giving some little trinket that is radicallytitielemS people tire looking toward the more substantial things Therefore we have stocked UItill articles of genuine merit Tho wearing oftthese goods will give continued pleasure null the fgiver will have till satisfaction of knowing thn I j i money is well spe- ntImported thisi Fur ValuesI Ladies Collarette regular price 100 now 7ic J u n ioo 15w ti U r260 1 11IIr H v 350 2 rt H eooo IJTO II u II 050 flO Xmas Neckwear All the latest makes the now stylos nod the late fourinhand all tho newest colors and dilVeivnt shades at 2oc f0o and Tfic A now stock just in we can please in this Mlle Special Values i 1 in HandkerchiefsAll Linen plain and embroidered 5c JOe lye 20e up to 50e Silk Handkerchiefs 25c to 1 each Also complete lino of Mulllers at 1 to 2 Linen ValuesWe are ofli ring Table Linen auld Napkins at prices far below anything ovum ottered heforej Furniture Values In this department you can find something for fathers mothers sisters brothers and your wife Our stock in this lino never was more complete Visit us for your Xmas presents Buyhow and wo will send goods out when instr- uctedCarson yf a t CoiNCOnrOHATKD HARTFORD KY BIG DREDGERS DEVASTATE California Orchards Are Targets for Those with Lust for Great Wealth In the West N H Crane of Orovllle Cal formerly a pioneer resident of East Portland who spent a few weeks in Portland visiting old time friends has hull some inter sting experiences since lie left Portland for California 11 years ago Mr Crane went to Oroville mi the Feather river which in the early days was the scene of min ing operations lIe took up CO acres of land that had coinHsed pome of the richest placer mines in the palmy days of northern Cali fornia Around his laud were 111 010 acres that had been mined limit which hud become fine orange farms Without dreaming of the mining dredger which sweeps farms and prolific orchards out of existence Mr Crane and his neighbors started orange orchards After years of persistent efforts these flourished and then mining experts discovered that the laud was still rich in gold left over in the exciting days of 4980 farms were gradually par phased and the dredgers began their inarch over and through the prolific farms and beautiful orange groves These farms were purchased and quickly desolated by the dredgers says Mr Crane untilI they finally reached my held on as long as I could until time dredgers had turned into abso lute ruin all the farms around mej All about me was desolation as- comDlCtedsenulrlhnmaln Thorn was nothing left of the OIchardllcbut piles of stones And so I too sold out my land In the course of time the 100011 acres of productive land on the Feather river will he rendered ab solutely worthless by these dredg ers that ure slowly and surely plowing up the orchards and ah stracting the gold so that the soil I will he unfit for cultivation for the next 100 years or more The owners of the dredges make much M prlclsforto see the beautiful orange groves nnd rich fiirms covering 10000 acres along Feather river com plctely wiped out of existence Oroville was the renter qf the earliest orange felt in California golddredgimt grovesPortland toILargest Arsenic Mine I What is said to be the largeal arsenic mine in the world turning out 70 tons a month is situated in Floyd county Virginia from Christiansbiirg theuearestl railway station I Great Deeds The deeds that speak loudest are born In silellceN Y Times CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have AlwMougM Bears the- Signaturei of t