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I 0 m41 tartferb tlqublkau Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year 1L XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 15 1905 No 22 CANAL APPROPRIATION BILL Speedily Passed the Home and Is Sent to the Senate r No Sympathy in Congress for the Attempted New Territory the i A Isle of Pines el4dtnl to TeancrcalkAal Washington D C Dec 12 1005 The fact thatthe Panama Canal 8i1 wcrt so speedily through the House dot not necessarily nrgue KO well for it reception in the Senate Of coarse the bill is going to paw but there is likely to be any amount oft xulious delay and the Senator who have a grudge against the Pros ident and who are covertly agains the canal itself will have a fine oft rtunity to vent their spleen The reduction of the appropriation in the House from 10500000 to 11 000000 was a more or less childish piece of spite work Everyone knows that the canal is going to cost more then the estimated amount no matter what type la finally select e Ynd whatever it cost it will be Micap at the price But the reduct ion of five and a half million in the immediate appropriation will have no effect on ultimate cost and will merely engender a certain Amount of friction and make the canal workers feel that they are being treated grudgingly without helping the cause of economy a particle The commission according to present cal nations has enough money to meet the payroll on Dec 15 but the appropriation bill will have to go through in time for the payments on Dec 30th Both the House and the Senate know this They know also that tfieyEnniuU tot14t7th1 national treasury several times be fore the job is completed but they know also that it will be completed 4 in spite of all opposition so it would fbe just as well for them to submit gracefully The reports of the Bureau of Commerce and Labor shows that the in ternational trade of the country is picking up again both in imports and exports The first is gratifying as it indicates increased custom recei tt pta and a corresponding diminution of the deficit and thesecond because it shows expanding manufacturing interest at home 4 4 The outlook for the new territori al deligate who it is announced is coming to Congress from the Isle of Pines does not promise to be very bright Congressmen particulary t those of the Foreign Relations com mittee of the House and senate are quite prepared for his appearance and the doorkeeper has already been given a tip that he is not to be al lowe4 the privilege flf the floor Speakor Cannon is as a caustic old party even to the verge of looseness- in conversation and when asked what would be the status of the expectant delegate replied that it would be just about the same as that of the wild man of Borneo if he should put in an appearance When it was suggested that a resolution had al ready been prepared for his recog nition the Speaker assented gravely youfurrection of St Paul too He did not say what he thonght would be the outcome of a resolution of that sort but it was evident he thought It would have about the same effect as a resolution for the recognition of- the delegate from the Isle of Pines The departure of the Japanese Minister from Washington will it is understood be followed by the ap 4 poin11ent of Baron Kaneko to that post It has not yet been officially i inounced that Mr Takehira will I 1Mreturn but ft is pretty generally understood Baron Kenakeo was in this country last summer during the progress of the peace negotiations at Portsmouth and while he was not officiany connected with the 1 mission it is understood that he re ally was the direct representative of I the Mikado and that all of his sever connectIcpublic New Rural Routes Five new rural free delivery mailI routes for Ohio county have been established to begin operation on the 15thof next ruuuiiryj two from Reynolds Station two from Beaver Dam and one from Hartford carriers for those routes have not beer reported POWERS CASE Presented in the Supreme Court of the United States Washington Dec llThe ques tion of jurisdiction in the case of Caleb Powers charged with complicity in the murdor of William Gocbcl of Kentucky in 1900 were today presented to the Supreme Court of the United States in the form of emotion for leave to file a petition for writ of mandamus commanding United States Judge A M J Coch rat of the Eastern District of Ken tuck to remand the case to the Ken tucky Statecourlsand restore Pow ers to the custody of the Sheriff of Scott county where Powers fourth trial was about to begin when Judge Cochrans court took jurisdic tionThe motion was presented on behalf of the State of Kentucky by the lion Lawrence Maxwell Jr Attor ney General Hays of Kcntccky was presented in the court room as wereI exGovernor Richard Yantes of Illi hois and Attorneys J C Sims E LI Worthington ami H tiny Howard Governor Yates presented petition for the dismissal of the appeal in the same case Both parties asked the Court to hear the motions on January 15 but the Court refused to fix any dateIDeath of Mrs Harber B Taylor At an early hour last Monday morning Mrs Octavia Taylor wife of Harber B Taylor died at her home in the Liberty neighborhood attar a few days illness of pneumo nia After funeral services con ducted by Rev J A Lewis her par tor her remains were interred in the Liberty burying ground in the presence of a host of grief stricken rela tives and friends Mrs Taylor had been a consistant member of the methodist church for fifty years have ing become a member at twentythree years of age and the vacancy caused by her death will be sadly noted by the remainder of the church She is survived by a husband and one daughter Mrs S T Stevens of Hartford and five sons C M Taylor and H B Taylor Beaver Dam Lee Taylor Liberty Shelby Taylor Crawley La and A C Taylor Hartford as well as a large con course of relatives and friends who join in snaring the sorrows of the family on account of their great loss TilE REPUCLICAN extends tokens of condolence to the bereaved ones I Mortons vensIDr J S Morton has announced the engagement and conning marri I age of his niece Miss Florence C Morton to Rev Chester D Stevens I The marriage is to take the II Hartford Baptist church TuesdayI evening December 19 Miss Morton i is the yonngest daughter of the late A L Morton and is one of Harti fords most attractive and highly esteemed young ladles Rev Stevens is a son of the late S T Stevens and is quite a favorite with his many friends lie is at present a student at the George own School of Theology from which he will soon graduate He has a bright and promising future I Tim REPUBLICAN joins their many friends in extending the soon to be Mr and Mrs Stevens hearty good wishes I I NO THREATS OR FORCE be Used by the Dark Tobacco ITo Growers to Secure Their Demands Hopkinsvlle Ky Dec llThe Christian County Executive Committee of the Dark District Tobacco Planters Protective Association heldI an important and largely attendee meeting at the courthouse here to day It was the unanimous expression of the cornitteemen that the business of the association should be conductedstrictly in concoranco with law and order The extreme resolutions adopted in several other coun ties and the boycott measures prnctic ed were earnestly deprecated Charles E Baker Vice Presiden of the association addressed the meeting and said that the Distric Executive Committee would not countenance disorder or intimidatior on the part of any member of the association and that while legimat and descent means would be used to get farmers to inter the organiza tion threats or force to secure mem bers must not be attempted RileyAmerine- Mr Wallace H Riley will be unit ed in marriage to Miss Myrtli Geneva Amerine at the home of her cousin William Baumstark in Georgetown at 800 oclock on the evening of December 23 1905 Rev Chester Stevens will be the officiating clergyman The wedding wil be private only a few intimate friends of the bride and groombeinj presentMr is a son of John C Riley Cashier of the First National Bank of Hartford and local capitalist Though yet a young man of 21 he has charge of the largo Flouring Milt of the Hartford Mill Co Except for the time he was a student in Georgetown college his life has been spent in Hartford where he is known for many manly qualities He is energetic upright and cultured to refinement His temperament and opportunities unite in guaranteeing- to him a life of usefulness and promise Miss Amerine is intelligent educated and adorned by the elegant refinement of Georgetown society where her beauty and amiableness have united in making her a favorite The young couple will be at home to their friends in Hartford after December 25 1905 n From Concord Local A S of E EDITOR REPUBLICAN- As I have not seen anything from this part of the county I take this method of letting your readers know that we are still in the fight for liberty and propose to stand until the battle is won Our local was organized January lst1905 by F W Pirtle with ten members and we now have thirtyeight Though we be few in number we arc strong in the faith and wo propose to pool our tobacco and if every farmer would do this it would be but a short while until we would get equitable prices for all farm products When a tobacco buyer comes to your barn and offers two eights and two for your tobacco you can just stamp it down there and then that ho is trying to buy your principals and not your tobacco I had just as soon sell my vote on election day as to sell my tobacco to the trust for if Iwould sell my vote could take the money home and give it to my wife and children and if I sell my tobacco to the trust by the time they got through docking it and I paid the expenses there would be nothing left for my wife and chil dren I would suggest to the farmers to fall in line and help to win this great victory Let every one ask him self the question is there anything I can do and I feel sure that your conscience will answer yes and it is time you was at it He that is not for us is against us I hartily endorse what Brother Moreland said in the last issue of Tim REPUBLICAN t would not sell a man stock that would not stand up for his neigh bore If he is for self let him and self have it I long to see the time i when just such men will be put out of business most especial if he is a member of the A S of E ALVA A CARTER Sec A Joint Debate- A joint debate between No 25 and Baizctown debating societies will beheld at Cromwell st hool hall Saturday night December16th 1905 W Taylor will preside over the meeting and Miss Cora Gordon will be the acting secretary Resolved That Pride and Ambi tion have been a greater curse to the human race than ignorance and su perstitionAffirmative Birch Shields L K Floyd ES Howard HC Crowder- L L Embry A S Keown Nega tive S L Stevens W S Taylor A V Leach R D Robertson C S ShultzProf Rev G W Gordon and Prof G N Moxley JudgesTEACHERS INSTITUTE Closed Last Saturday After a Very Successful Meeting The Ohio county teachers institute which began last Tuesday and clos ed Saturday proved to be one of the very best in the history of the coun ty Dr Kinnaman the instructor proved to a star in the institute work and on his departure left among Ohio county teachers hosts of ardent admiresIOne hundred and sixteen teachers enrolled which was only a few less than last years attendance The teachers generally were well pre pared on work assigned them and respondedwith excellent papers and addresses A quite nice and much enjoyed feature of the institute was the Commencement exercises for the conferring of degrees upon a class of 122 graduates of the public schools of Superintendant of Public Instruction Jas H Fuqua Frankfort Ky was present and made a most excellent address con ferringthedegree After which he delivered the diplomas I CUBAN MINISTER US Recommends Peruna Senor Quesada Cuban Minister to the United States Bonor Quesada Cuban Minister to the United States is an orator born la an article In The Outlook for July 1899 by George Kennan who heard Queaoda speak at the Esteban Theater Mnntanzna Cuba he saidai have seen many audiences under the spell of eloquent speech and In the grip of strong emotional excitement but 1 have rarely witnessed such a scene as at the close of Quesodaa eulogy upon the dead patriot Marti In a loiter to Tho Feruna Medicine Com pany written from Washington D C Senor Quesada says Peruna I can recommend as a very good medi cine It is an excellentstrengthening tonic and it is also an efficacious cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh Oonzalo De Quesada AlaI bcraof the ilouseof Representatives in a letter written from Washington D C gives his endorsement to the great ca tarrh remedy Parana in the following words Peruna is one of the best I ever trled and no totally IYour without your remarkable As a tonic and catarrh cure of nothing better 1 H whichIfsferuna which has atobd ahatl century teat and cured thousands cases If you do not derive pronipt and sails factory results from the use of Pcrana write at once to Jr Hartman giving a full statement dl yonr case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President ofTh Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O All correspondence strictly confidential Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1 906 Christmas PresentsF- OR HIM AND HER AT LONG 8COSECONOMY STORE Something useful appropriate highclass acceptable Something entirely correct and at the right price While we have Toys and Dolls for the little oneswe haye something more useful for the pro pective housekeeper and those that are already househeepers and also for those that never expect to be housekeepers So we are sure to please everyone We have some nobby things in Clothing Shoes rightuptodate ShirtsFancy and Whiteyou cant beat them Hats the latest Neckwear of every description Mufflers various kinds Silk and Lin en Handkerchiefs most all styles and price a big lot of Silk Suspen ders in separate boxes Gloves for Ladies and Gentlemen Sweaters Cloaks and Furs for all Christmas Table Linens and Napkins Coun terpanes Dresser Scarfs and Table Covers A big line of Rugs Dra peries a nice line of highclass Silverware some nice souvenir Ken tucky Spoons with Hartford College building engraved and so many other nice things that we cant mention just now Remember we are headquarters for Dress Goods and Trimmings You will always find something new and uptodate in our different departments Dont fail to visit us and see our immense stock Wishing every one a merry Christmas and a happy New Year we are yours trul- yLONG CO Economy Store HARTFORD KENTZUCIY tr II I NO MORE GAMBLINGI In Farm Products Says Amer ican Society of Equity ResoIationslfCondeminglThe t of Trade The following resolutions wert- pnsaal by the American society c1I Equity nt its Annual meeting at Indianapolis Inch Oct 232 1905 doles utes representing the orpaniial farmer in nineteen Htutusantl territories being in att londenco Whereat There exists in this ilay in all our largo cities certain institutions codes Boards of Trade which I have degenerated from n commend able object of building up the city in whicn located and promoting their best interest to Rambling houses that arc an insult to mate l usin constant disturbances of buslruu and a terrible handicap to secure proftable and equitable thousImdtJtrade in nearly all our towns andI small cities called bucket which carry on the same Rambling only on a smaller scale and Whereas These boards of trade and bucket shops are responsible for morn business failures loss of legiti mate rewards and misery to human ity than any other sin of our ageI not excepting the drink habit and Whereas They are largely respon sibile for the frequent fluctuations in the prices of staple agricultural commoditiesthe price changing several times a day and Whereas By these manipulations the free commerce in our agricul tural products in this country and foreign countries is sometimes stif led and conditins imposed that are c nothing short of calamities either I to the producers manufacturers or consumers or all and I Whereas This gambling in farm products cannot serve any good pur pose to any legitimate business but it does juggle with supply and de mand and does inestimably injure the producers of farm products the legitimate handlers of manufactur ers and his employer and the final consumers Also it is a constant menace to the maintainance of our foreign markets because foreign countries are driven in their desper ation to seek other fields of produc tion and to btaiu their supplies Therefore be it Resolved First That this gambling in the products of the farmour food and clothing suppliesis a national sin a blighting withering curse and it must stop- Second That the farmers can stop it when they are sufficiently aniz od but that Congress can stop it at once by raking it a crime to sell futurus or what the seller does not possess Third That we representing the American society of Equity which I stands for equity in all the business relations of life do demand of next Congress that gambling in tillI farm products be killed dead OlI1oursolutions he sent the President of the United States with the recom f mendation that he refer favorable to thom in his Annual Message to Congress to the Secretary of Agriculture to all farm papers and to the leading motropalilan pal Dora of the county Fifth That a sufluent number of copies of theta resolutions be edand placed in the hands of IhIl1 gnu to this convention to be I sentb to to nil thj papcnsthi ai iiibs with the request to pVint TIll fir failure to print or to v reMjoii oft lie eri nuMf- r um PP net oj bcinsr o rash i ti still II r V A Clalturii i 1 Fineout Michigan J Missouri P Anthony i ill Tat irtlJartI Titnud t have just received anI offer of mrrimr which came by f post this m mint He said that his I t1 love for me was very great but that d small Marie whatL if vas a r mi v It frun M I i Hl i3A1 1c J I I t fFi- r Fairs BasementA place where you can buy anything you want at a price lower than can he lound anywhere Remember nothing is over 5c and lOc We have prepared some special values for Christmas It might be money saved for you to in vetigate our Bargains for the Holi days Fairs Christ mas TowelsA line 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 We have gone through the stock and made some low prices for our Christmas trade You could buy noth lug nicer for a present Fairs UnderwearSomething serviceable for a present Just what men folks need A great variety at prices to please everyone Fairs MillineryO- ur Christmas ccials lire Hats of beauty We II u M I to close out the en tire line before NPW YEAR Price no object We mist turn them into casli So if its stylish goods at a low price come at once to us Fairs Furs The prettiest and rhenpoct line in Hartford bought with the view of pleas ing t hlstlllo shopper Surely nothing would be moit nppiveiated than NIl FURS IV ueoillout worry you fin- ae have thii u any price Como in lIlwn Grit md BlmkIj the line Fairs Overcoats A substantial present for your husband t rson SomeiuusMh vould appre ait iaii i t i i t11t11V itheat UwrirJ iCaine styJQ in isilds ort t v M aa Sure to please you Fairs Umbrellas A line especially for Christmas Beau tiful handles and a ruv quality of Silk iI i in ItlIliInal S e the line 1 CHRISTMASI AT t- u This should be a season of great rejoicing blessed as we are with bountiful crops and with everything that should make a people happy we should all join in making CHRISTMAS 1005 one of general gayety Now that Fairs lintyadd to this joyous occasion they have nook their usual arrangements with SANTA CLAUS for his entire outfit A more gorgeous dis plap of gifts tin both young und oldcould be gotten up by no one qxcept our partner Santa Claus Dont make a mistakebutbringtho children direct to our store ANY TIME BETWEEN NOW AND DECEMBER 25that we may show then the most magnificent selection of1otsan1 substantial gifts found in Ohio county FAIRS DOLLS It is an undisputed fact that wo curry the best assort ment of Dolls to bo found in Hartford Nothing pleases the little folks more than a pretty curley headed Doll Wo have them 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 doll should be disappointed SEE OUR DOLL DEPART MENT nm FAIRS TOY DOM For years we have been trying to do our part in making Christinas an occasion of special interest to the little folks This year wo want to mike the banner one To do this it takes extra effort oir our part This we have made by purchasing an extra assortment of Ton such as Trunks SledsCarts Chuils Air Rifles Cardboard Pictures Wash Sets Doll Furniture Toil et Sets Dishes Tin Tea Sets Magic Lanterns Roller Chimes 10 Watches Sad Irons Boll tattlers Cellu loid Hattleis Tin Rattlers Tops Mechanical ToysTin toys Wool Animals Child Sets Bell Toys Trumpets Steam Engines Push lots Pianos Wash Stands Bureaus I Side Boards ShooFlics Bicycles Wagons etc Too many to go into further details Bring the chil dren to see then i FAIRS CHRISTMAS HANDKERCHIEFS finice I Holidays is the prettiest that wo have had fur years Price will 0a hiiidorari f no mo for they are found in ur stun I n1i1ic01 at prici you wise ont pass urn Handker chief Department LADIES CHRISTMAS COLLARS especinlI Ihi stock without admiring their beauty Nothing be more desirable for a present than a dainty Cad far Call and see the line Fairs China In this we have made an extra effort to get something to please you We know full well the value of such gifts both as ornaments and service Out line contains Plates Cups runt Saucers Cake Plates Syrup Stands Mugs Mus tache Cups Chocolate Pots Salad Bowls Pudding Sets Berry Sets Bread and Butter Plates Chop Plates Sugar and Creams Spoon Holders etc For Ornaments Wo have Vases Reclining Babies As- hTrays Match Holders China Baskets China Units Easels Candlcabras 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 dozen Linen Collars Pair Fine Shoes No trouble to buy for men Their wants are many lint any of the above will please ther- mFairs Books i To say that our assortment of Books both for juveniles and older folks is the best inl1rUiml will not be exaggerating All the late Books for adults at most rea sonable price For the little folks books from the Linen Iritner up to the higher price board bucks live our Hook De partment your special attention Sure to please you Fairs Rugs For your wife what would be a more flcsiraLlo gift than one of our1 ne Hugs an ornament to any home They como in a variety of colors in Smyrna Moquotto anti Velvet at prices that should interest you Call and see our display Fairs Jewelry A beautiful line of specialties for i Christmas such art Collar Muttons CulT Buttons Rings Mnccahee Pins Knights of Pythias Lull Masonic Pius Watch Charms Chains Stick Tins riot Pins Itr i Pius etc Look at our lino be fore making your pureha Fairs ciTcsNothing nicer or more suitable fora present We have all the latest styles and shades Dont buy a last years gar ment but como to Fairs and get the j latest la 1 raii GHOST OF A MINER Points Out a HMdcn Lode of Sr d- J and Enriches ii Grandson fW MUW Wnrhl turBmirtli ft1 I Hilhgin n 1ottoA11ed with ahnot guru gold taken from a bald lung hid don in tlio mountain fastnesses not fur frpm hore W E Hartlctt amiI M Co Black hath well known buai HUH men iiro back after a jierilou trip to the Cascades Theirs how ever was labor richly rewarded though tho story is so interwove I with Spiritualism and romance thnll it is well night incredible Kartlctt is the grandson or D E Ingeli a miner of the early flftion in tiles parts who was murdered In the hills by his partner The Bartlett family are spiritualists and Hurtlett de clares his dead and murdered grandfather through a Portland medium sent word to him to find the lost and he would be independent for lifuIBartlett who ill the proprietor of the Pacific House hero swears positively i that he received specific di I ructions from the spirit of his Jtr1I1d1 father how to proceed to mine Moreover he was told to se lect M C flinch a secondhand deal er here to accompany him The nun will not tell of the location of their find but say it cannot be reach ed save by making an extremely dangerous trip and 0110 filled with hardship especially at this time of the year when the mountains are firmly in winters icy grasp In the the spring they will return and de velop their find In a rough and mountains section they say they found a gray quartz ledge literally illicit with precious metal Small pieces were broken off pounded up in a frying pan which they had with them and the I gold picked out by the mens fingers and placed into a bottle Should the ledge prove as rich as the samples a man could make a mortar and gold pan and in a weeks time take out enough of the gold to make him wealthy The country where the ledge is located is wild and precipi tous and during the stay of the men the snow was falling heavily and they remained only lung enough to satisfy themselves of the location of the ledge As evidence of their find they have the little bottle of gold dust which has already been viewed by dozens of people and tests have been made by 0 D Johnson which prove that the mirlOrullsgenuine lint the find U not so marvelous as the manner in which it was made mad the tale runs likq a fury story rD E IngeU the grandfather of Mr Bartlett was a pioneer prospect or He was one of the hardy Forty Ninera of California null in com pony with eight others drifted into this section in 185G Alone Ins made a find in the moun tains adjacent to Wenatchee which ho considered the greatest discovery of hislifc In making a trip into the mountains he was murdered by a companion named Jack Knot and the body lies bulled 24 milea up the east side of the Columbia River ftom Wonatchee To the members of his family he had confided the great se cret has been kept as an heirloom ev sinceThe of the Bartlett fami ly tie Spirtualists and last summer the dead grandfather through a Portland medium rpvealed the whereabouts of the gold to the grandson Minute directions as to its location were given and final disposition of the profits of the find were made M C Black was select ed by the spirit of the grandfather to accompany his grandson m the search Mfr Black consented to go and the journey proved to be a per ilous one but so mjnute had been the direction given that the rich find was made with butlittle search 1 Ih this ponnection it might be ad deft tq the man DC Ingles was shotdawn by his compahidh Jack Knot a place just above where the town of Cashmere now stands He was not instantly killed but was brought down the river near the present site of Wenatchee He lived about 24 hours after being shot and his remains were interrod2 miles up the Columbia from Wenatchee The family had made deligent search for the body and supposed it had been buried in Southern Ore n On T Not until last summer was the rest hug place nally rovoalcd by a me ilium Mr Bartlett come here as directed and found partios who had known the grandfather and know of the circumstances of his death and the plnco of burial UoWittB Witch Haze Salvo cools soothes and heals cuts burns bolls bruises piles and all skin diseases K E Xikefooso Adolph W Va nays My little daughter had white swelling so bad that piece af ter piece of bone worked out of her leg UeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo cured her It is the best Salve in the world healingI counterfeits Sold by Z GriHn A Bros iBIGFISH Stopped a Hole in a Steamers Bottom and Prevented a Disaster INew York Dec 9Six eels and one flounder became so tightly jammed in a hole that had beenI stove in the bottom of the Scandin avian liner Hellig Olaf near Copenhagen on November G last that it was impossible for rely more wat er to get into the hold of the ship until she was placed in dry dock at 11Thetain Hoist after they had been removed from the hole and the Capc tain had them for breakfast next day The Helling Olaf arrived in port today and Captain Hoist told of the remarkable way in which his vessel had been saved Sixteen feet of water was in the hold when the fish became lodge in the hole but the pumps took care of that If your digestion is bad the vital organs of your body are not fed and nourished as they should be They grow weak and invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indigestion and all stomach trouble You forget you have a stomach from the day you begin taking it Sold by Z Wayne Griflin Bros The Inevitable- A fellow that lived in Lucerne Said I guess now my money Ill berne But he got into debt And hes into debt yebt For he berned moren he ever could i ern- eAll l un Downy HIS is a common expression we hear on every J side Unless there is conIiclitionYour doctor is the best adviser Do not dose yourself with all i kinds of advertised remedies get his opinion More than likely you need a concentrated fat food I to enrich your blood and tone up the system Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil ar is just such a food in its best form It will build up the weakened and wasted body when all other foods fail to nourish If you are run down or emaciated give it a trial t it cannot hurt you It is essentially the best possible nourishment for delicate children and pale anaemic girls We will send you a sample free Be sure that this picture In the form of a labella on the wrapper of every bottle of you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York 5c and fl All DruJlAlsu CONTROLLEC MARKETINl Urged as means of Raisin Prie iofFarm Products by IAS of E The following resolutions were powad by The American Sociuty of Equity at its Annnal Meeting at In dianapolis hut October 2325 1105 delegates from nineteen States md territories being in attendance Whereas Controlled Markotin to compel profitable prices for Farr i is admitted by all fair toII Whereas The plans of the American Society of Equity to put controll cd Marketing into effect have been demonstrated to be sullicient and Whereas We believe all that 1s necessary to compel profitable and equitable prices for all crops is con trolof a large portion of all out crops by the planadvocatcd by the American Society of Equity Therefore Be it Resolved First That all farm papers be requested to help teach the plan Second That it be taught at all farmers stitutes Third That it be incorporated in all farmers organizations Fourth That the Department of Agriculture lend their assistance tn teach the plan to farmers through bulletins and the Year Book of the Department of Agriculture Fifth That State Board of Agriculture in all states wherein an organizations of this society has been effected be asked to make controlled marketing a special feature of their workSixth That a suffcient number of copies of these resolutions be printed so that they may be placed in the hands of all delegates and and sent to all farm papers and officers of farmers institutes with the request for their cooperation the penalty for refusal being that the papers and institutes will hereafter be dnied the interested farmer cup port Also copies to be sent to the Department of Agriculture and all known farmers societies Respectfully submitted W G Scott Minnesota A B Peters Mils souri V A Claburn Alabama A Kl Fineout Michigan P Anthony Vir ginia Doafnos Cannot bo Cured by locol applications as they canno reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness 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 I a rumbling sound or inoerfect hear ing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless i I tho inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyedI forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surface We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness Caused by catarrh that cannot be cure by Hals Catarrh free Cure Send for circulars II J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists The Take Halls Family Pills for con stipationIIe Placing New Lccomotices Sixty of the most powerful of modern locomotives are now being received by the Illinois Central railroad for servics on the ChicagoSi- Iaul ChicagoOmaha and Chicago New Orleans line Fifty of the en gines willlbe equally divided be tween the passenger and freight departments and ten will be used for the switching service The passenger engines are of the Pacific typeI They are guaranteed to cover I 90 miles an hour unit one of them will be used to pull the Illinois Centrals new Cuban special the new 23 hours trainbetween Chicago and New Orleans that will go into service Dec 26 is connection with the stern er Prince Arthur to Havana s Status of Next Legislature In the organization of the next Kentucky General Assembly there will be in the senate thirtyone Democrats and seven Republicans In the house there will be seventyfour Democrats and twehtysix Republicans There will ba 105 votes in the joint Democratic caucus and fifty thre votes will constitute u majoi fity unsal there pre several duel cote names in the house although there is only ond Jones and one Smith There are two Coles W H Cole oC Allen and H K Cole cIf wryIJ j himISifills that beset them Without the slightest intimation upon his part that he has such aspirations it is a fact that there are hundreds of his personal friends all over Hancock county who will never be satisfies until they help put this most pleasant and agreeable gentleman in congress Hugo Task It was a Hugh task to undertake kil1neyIdid it He writes My Kidney were so far gone I could not sit or a chair without a cushion and suIT ores 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 kidneys liver or stomach Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros druggist price 50c 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscrib ers tOtbe Weekly Courier Journal The Weekly CourierJournal Hen ry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers Itpropose to give away twenty Christmas pres ents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 y50 30 and 20 andl sixteen7pres 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 Indicted for Burning Ballots Hawesville Ky Dec 9Fourin dictments were returned by the Han cock county grand jury today against election officer on the charge of burning ballots cast in November election The men indicted were officers of election in the Yellow Creek precinct near Lewisport Three of the men indicted aro Robert Grant Ben Musgrave and Tom Lambert The name of the fourth span has not been made public There is a special statute against destroying ballots The punishment provided in event conviction is confinement in the penitentiary for not less than one nor more than five years IThere is no rIndigestion or Stomach Trouble that will trot yield to the digestive and strengthening influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy takes the strain oil the stomach by digest ing what you eat and allowing it to rest until it grows strong again Dyspepsia Cure digests what you I eat and affords quick and permanent relief from Indigestion and nil i stomach troubles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros A Boys Essay on Girls A young lad has written the fol owing essay on Girls The girls are the sisters of boys an has long hair wares dresses an powder The girl was called Christmas Eve though T nevir cud see why Most every family has a girl an seme of em that is in hard luck has two or three We have a girl in ourn who is my sister Girls who row older an gets younger sister has been twentyfive for three yearsan some day we may be twins Girls plays planners an talk about eche other Fat grlswant tu be thin an thingirlswants to be fat nl all uv em wants tu marry doods Why the lord madegirls nobody nos but I think it were to go to church an tu etc ice cream They is three I kind uv girls brunet girls blond girls an them that has money Girls is afraid uv mice an bugs which makes it fun to put them down heir baks Tlio Kind Yon have Always Bought and which tins been iu use for ocf 30 years huts borne idle Ktrnmtnro of personnlAllow no ono to in tlife All Counterfeit Imitations and Justaggood arc hut Experiments that trifle with told endanger tho health of Infants und Children Experiences against Experiment What is CASTORIA Gnstoria Is a pointless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nhrcotio substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys and allays Fevcrlslincss It cures Diarrhoea mill Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation anti Flatulency It assimilates the rood regulates tho Stomach nUll hotels giving healthy and sleep Gho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORSA ALWAYS S Bears tho Signature oft The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CCNTAUH ooreaac n UUMftAV wooer NCWVORRCfTV 1yEn iHarris Positive Pile Curei The Biggest Seller of the Age Why reameItrareecompletlynodntonce It rrllrTM the imnir of n tiring death t All ease oftIleecut be cured liy niurplcnl operation lint you would rather baTe Plies I cured wlthont the knife HARMS POSITIVE 1IIE CURE will do It Made only by the t LeltchtletdlharmacnlCo Inc For ealebr J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky e e NSMM1M S S M S f W u WW u- w WINTER TERM Begins January 2nd I Many are preparing to enroll at that time Are you coming If not t OUR SUCCESS I Depends largely on how you answer this question Yon will r find no to begin and find no better school to attend OUR ENROLLMENTH- asI increased 250 per centover that of last year THIS SPEAKS FOR ITSELF You have heard of our new and wonderful sys tem of CHAUTIERS ELECTRIC SHORTHAND the only sys tem that can be read like print and written with ease andspeed Only ten simple rules which can be learned in one days time I The average completes this course in twelve weeks time IF YOU WANT BOOKKEEPING we have the famous SsdlerRowe system of actual business practice The combined course of Bookkeepinc and Shorthand is a sure drawing card for your success Will we have the pleasure of seeing you or hearing from you- OWENSBOUO1 BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Owcnwboro Kentucky t 1W i rr 4fAtAW e444lehMMW er ANYBODY 1Inetr si I iiShn tie l4 1 S- Ln Gwuu aat ll IInnme L i 11 Ie a uk n ns n t I tr1YI8np u 0r tar rl itiniuc nut and ft r tl ir atiur rrlaluKlr unexcelled fluWr llcn oat STEVENS RIFLES PISTOLS AND SHOTGUNS ha p been adopted In prerersMwwutnerdn rwIId I STEVENS FinEABMa-I art all sporting Fall oat InMvrttt eaten I 01l our rntk 4iisUt on It ZwMtl I thusthereathouhlpmn yu to le sou o lIjLJ NO- narrol LruJ Send teoc lUmfM for uvefts Book tail RWo ruuk J STEVENS ARMS d TOOL CO PO Box 4092 Chlcopt FalUiMaatvU 8 A Subscribe i V 1iu HARTFORD REPURLt- OAA1irUO tyeaT in advance li- lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard abeautlful brown orricliblack Use deceive you Worms natural I student Low One WiY- Colonirt Rater Vlo t Big Four Route To CALIFORNIAWASHINGTON OREGON IDAHO MONTANA I UTAH I and Intcrtncellntc territoryl o MqkotHon Halo Mch iitoVJfly ttt Forfull information and rparticu kire as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route tad dis Lf a WAll ll ts J JANCH 01 A T An- Clncianstt Oblo U J OATK8 anirrnl Agent IoalTlllr Ky Keep them in the house 1 Take one when you feelbllI ious or dizzy They act dl rectly on the liverDUCKINCHAMS DYE rim ac tr I Fecunwarlrluaoaaauca sea s- I i Its Time to f Buy Holiday Gifts I As the holiday season approaches the question what to give is a vital one We solve the problem for you Each year the custom of giving a useful present becomes more and more popular Nowa days instead of giving some little trinket that is practically useless people are looking toward the more substantial things Therefore we have stocked upon articles of genuine merit rho wearingof these goods will give continued pleasure and the giver will have the satisfaction of knowing that his money is well spe- ntImported Fur Values Ladies Collaretts regular price 100 now 75c 4 150 115 n 250 175 c4 1 350 O 500 OI650 Ii Xmas Neckwear All the latest makes the new styles and the late fourinhand all the newest colors and different shades at 25c 50c and 75c A new stock just in we I j can please in this line ISpecial Values In Handkerchiefs All Linen plain and embroidered 5c 10c 15c I20c up to 50c Silk Handkerchiefs 25c to 1 each- i Also complete line of Mufflers at 1 to 2 Linen Values We are offering Table Linen and Napkins at prices far below anything ever offered before Furniture Values In this department you can find something for fathers mothers sisters brothers and your wife Our stock in this line never was more complete I Visit us for your Xmas presents Buy now and we l will send goods out when instr- uctedCarson H CoINCORPORATED HARTFORD KY I Hartford Republican i IUDO 1It Ihe Hartford PnblUhlns CompanyI- NCOnPOHiVKD i e K HJIIEor-I i E= iFSiOI EO- Ouznc 1anc53Uoulih ZS7s 32 FRIDAY DECEMBER 15 I IT seems that Uncle Sam might as well set his house in order for a few i more States IT is suggested that Senator La hiNs uptfive days after President Roosevelt transmitted his annual message to Congress that he Ithadomitted to comment on the on great question of the day the t I Christmas present question IF reports are true the countys 16000 pike from Hartford to Beav er Dam is becoming quite delapi dated from excessive use withoute pair and willif somethin ris not done for it soon be almost beyond repair irParties who have heretofore as supervision of this the coun tys only piko road have by their inaction signified their intention to let it go unattended and unrepaired It seems to us to be the height of folly T i to let a 16000 piece of public property go to ruin when 500 spent V on it at the proper time would save thexsaved sufficient funds to properly repair and keep in good ejape tiis i s property for which the county has spent so much and which seems now to be about to go to ruin for want of repair HOW UNGRATEFUL The announcement from Washing ton that W GDearing of Flemings burg would about the first of next March lupersede Col C M Barnett as Collector of Customs at Louis ville comes to the people of this Mr Barnetts home county like a thunderbolt from a clear sky Not only his fellow countymen but the whole of Western Kentucky are in dignant and rightfully so at the utter disregard of the claims of Western Kentucky Republicans to some recognition in the distribution of federal patronage as well as mer it and meritorious indorsement the men having control of Federal ap pointments defiantly thrust at theme by the appointment not only ofan Eastern Kentucky man to succeed Mr Barnett but to fill every important Federal position in the State Of all the appointive Federal of fice holders in the State Mr Barnett and Dr A D James are the only two that are to lose their places notwithstanding most of the others have like them been eight years in the service Eight years is probab ly long enough for one to hold a Federal job but if so why was rot the rule made absolute and all the eight year men removed Certainly Mr Barnett deserves to hold on as much as any of the rest He has made an enviable record find has the indorsement not only of his party andIpatrons of his office The Big I Fou Congressmen Bennett and Ed a In is is I wards Messrs J W Yerkes and R P Ernst supposed friends of Mr Barnett are the ones to whom this unjust discrimination is chargable- Of these four socalled referees Bennett is probably pardonable for indorsing Mr Dearing But the other three how ungrateful Ernst Chairman of the Republican State Central Committee Edwards Con gressman from the Eleventh district and Yerkes Commissioner of Inter nal Revenue whose sponsor and faithful supporter Mr Barnett has always been and who owe their very existence politically speaking in great measure to Mr Barnett and his friends at the last hour betray ed friendships trust and the trust of every Republican in Western Kentucky and indorsed Dearing Who is this man Dearing any way and what claim he has on the Repub lican party that should entitle him to a 5000 job at its hands terms of the Louisville Herald he a Flemingsburjr lawyer whose only claims are as far as known that he quit the Democratic party because that party failed to give him office that he has never since won an elec tion for the Republican party although many chance has been giv en him that he has lost his practice and has to bo provided for at the table of the grand goodnatured old party which prefers it is said the convert of yesterday to the earnest brother that has kept the faith and fought the good fight from the be ginningThe of the quadri vate composed of Messrs Yerkes Ernst Bennett and Edwards to wards their staunch friend and sup porter Mr Barnett together with their defiance of Western Kentucky Republicans in view of the factthat Mr Barnetts home county as well as many other counties in the West ern part of the State made much better showing in the recent election as compared with Eastern Kentucky is beyond palliation and the sooner they are removed from the councils of tke party the better it will be for Republicanism SMALLHOUS- Dec HMrs Ray Addington quite ill- Mesdames Will Bullock and Maggie Faught are also quite sick The protracted meeting at Small house church is progressing nicely there has been one profession and several at the auxious seat Wade Tichenor Willie Calloway Theodore Hill and S W Bilbro and Misses Mattie Igleheart Emma Lou Hill Matanzas and Miss Carson Cen tertown attended church at Small house Sunday Jas Withrow and family Drakes boro who were guests of relatives several days returned home today- R P Balls wife sad children and Mrs Southerland Rockport were the guests of Mrs Jennie Balls Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Jas Bennett Hartford was the guest of her parents G W Barnard and wife Saturday night and SundayW Balls and family are mov ing today into the house of the late John A Drake W T Howell has sold his farm near here to a Mr Lewis Central CityIW C Overhults who is teaching school at Matanzas was in our midst SundayMiss Altha Addington has returned from a weeks visit to Heflin and Livermore RENDER v Dec 12John S Spence was in Central City last Wednesday Jake McIntire was in Rockport last Wednesday C K Renter of Centertown was here last Wednesday Mesdames Mahlon McDonald and Alec Bennett were in Hartford lastI ThursdayMessrs J H Brown and Earnest Boyer of Central City were here last Thursday I Miss Anna Robinson went to Rosine last Thursday Mr and Mrs Guy Steitler moved from Taylor Mines to this place last FridayC j Loney went to Madisonville last Friday Rev W C Robinson preachedat Centertown last Saturday to a large congregation x A Mrs Mary Mercer went to Cen tral City last Sunday Simon Jones was in Hartford on business yesterday Deputy Sheriff Chester Keown of I Hartford was here on legal business pr E P Barnes fBro 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 u FarmersWo have a stock of General Merchandise that is commensurate with your luxuraint harvest Wo have Merchandise that appeals strongly to the economical buyer to the man who wants full value fur every cent ho spends When you buy from us you dont have to worry about the price Wo only have one and that is on the Bed Rock Level Wo sell you dependable stutl at a straight legitimate price A boys can buy just as cheap as his father Bring us somo corn to get your winter supplies You got the same price on what you buy with corn as you do on what you buy with money UnderwearT- he Underwear and Hosiery season is now fullyon the way welt wo have out Suits Overcoats than any store whole Buying these tities we get the best prices to be had Buying at low prices sell the same way and there is no living soul that can sell you Overcoats and Suits at a less price than we quote Why fool your time away running around We have the variety the style and the price liens Overcoats 350 100 500 650 800 10 00 on up to 15 liens Raincoats 10 15 and 20 each Boys Overcoats 2 J50 1 5 ruin 8 Childrens Overcoats 150 250 350 and 5 Cloaks CloaksThe season is rapidly advancing Good desirable gar ments will be hard to get later the season NOW while stocks are full and garments plenty is the time to buy Wraps and Furs Wo are showing the greatest lino of our whole existence and wo feel we can satisfy you fully in both style quality and price Wo quote Ladies Wraps 2 350 5 0 750 850 10 1250 and 15 each Misses 1 250 350 5 and 750 each Chil drens and Infants 1 up to 5 each Furs 75cl 150 2 260 3 on up to 750 yesterday I S S Hoover of Louisville was I was heretoday Dr J O McKenney of Beaver Dam was here today Harry Bridges of Louisville was here today Mrs JW Tilford is visiting in1 Prentis I I Frank Joplin of Elizabeth town will be in Hartford Saturday and Monday December 16 and 18 to buy Horses and Mules I 111010 t I v t FORD M3F done any former season along this lino and are actually giv ing a better garment for the price than any ono this tel ritory Look investigate the matter for yourselves your investigation dont prove what have said buy from the other fallow 11o quote liens Shirts and Drawers for J5c Uc SOc and 125 poi garment Hoys Shirts and Drawers and SOc per gar ment Ladies Pests and Pants 25c 50c and Too each Misses Unroll Suits 25c and oOteiicli Infants Wrappers lOc uoceach our store and looked through its different departments you know that show more hens hors and Childrens and the county quan your BEAVBR DAM KY IW OvercoatsIf ++++ l Mf4 4 +++++ mt+H n+ +++ tot++1+ t tBANK OF HARTFORD INCORPORATE 1862 4000000SurplusStockholders AddlI Liability 4OOOOOO Securety to Deposltors9 OOOOO It i CashierHtr J W TAYLORt +t e +++ w + irFf ye I in If wo 1 S 2f c to in wo in in wo in + 1 t t I 3 i RHoLDROOi l JNO T MOORS tOH O ++ OoH DireetorI J 01 I The Latest Things 9 9 4 ffi i IN JP JfP i Christmas Novelties i 4 b1 41 Constitute an array of attractive and artistic merchandise that has never before been equaled in points of usefulness or l ttt44to suit the rich and the poor the young and the old In fact all can be suited both as regaids the desires and the pocketX11 Ci book This elegant array of Christmas Novelties can beUI found at the store of 9 ICi41 Z Wayne Griffin Bro E Ci U 41Where as usual Christmas shoppers will find headquarters I Ci Goods of all kinds In the realm of Toydom you b 41will find everything to suit the fancy and desires of the little Cifolks while for older people there arc articles which were selected to suit various ages and financial circumstances U 1 CiSomething NEW in every linethings that you never saw before Articles both useful and pretty valuable and inex U pensive It is undeniably the 4 Ev 41 41 4 GreatestUfCi Line of Christmas Goods ever shown in Hartford Fine lines b1 b 44of Presents for grown up people including Imported China = Sterling and Stag Silver Novelties Beautiful Parlor 41ware 41 Dining Room Pictures Medallions Bisque Orna = and elegant new style Vases the fates out in CombU41ments Sets and Manicure Sets Then there are 9galore for the children Every age can be suited every taste b 41 gratified Its just a matter of selection with every ppor 4 tunlty for a choice no matter what kind Of present you may b = want Call andb41 4l 41 Make Your Selection ii 41 b 44 Before the stock is picked over Point out the goods and we b 41will do the rest Santa Claus and Griffin Bro are in part J Ifi nership this year and hehas agreed to make our store his 9 = headquarters We will certainly do our part and invite you 9 44 to come and see that it is done well Bring the children and b 4 let them make their own selection or select the goods your = 1self In any event you cant fail in getting something nice b and acceptable We cordially invite you to visit us and =p Iq guarantee that your visit shall be both pleasant and profit i s 9able 944 4 Ml 9 IN fi Remember the Place c iIttf4 j i tt= Dealers in DrugsLAnd DruggistsSun bJI 41 dries Prescriptions a Specialty 941 t- J J 1- w4t R Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER 15 Illinois Contral RallroadTlmo- Tablo North Bon d- Noln74u40i am No l rbl net JJOp m- No1D7 pm Hun III non lid No 121 dual ltyl u UI Nn 1il dn SKI p m No 1X1 dor 040 7 m 1HighestSAM BACH Wanteddried apples at Carson Oos We will pay 25c per dozen for eggs CARSON Co Bring the children to Fairs to seethe toys Try our Mince Meat Fine City Restaurant The largest line in books and Bibles are at Fairs Watt Taylor Matanzas called to see us Tuesday Get your Candies Fruits and Nuts at City Restaurant Christmas goodies in abundance at City Restaurant Mr G B Smith Taffy was a very I pleasant caller Wednesday Mr J E Curtis Central Grove was pleasant caller Tuesday The prettiest China in town is at Fairs Call and seo the line Sam Bach has a beautiful line of Silk Handkerchiefs for Xmas A largiand stylish line of Dress Shoes for Xmas at Sam Bachs Carson Co will pay 25c per doz en for eggs until further notice We have lots of rugs and rocking chairs for Xmas at Carson Co HI hst market price paid in cash for furs at U S Carsons grocery I Take your furs to Sam Bach and get the highest cash price for themI Oysters Fish Celery Cranberries and Mince Meat at City Restaurant We want Turkeys dried apples chickens feathers and eggs CARSON Co The nicest line of Candies and It Fruits in Hartford at City Restau rantCMr Sam P Taylor Cromwell call ed to see us while in the City Wed nesday City Restaurant will be chuck fun of good things to eat during the holidaysIDr E W Ford and family are the guests of E P Moore and family Narrows See Fairs line of Silverwear Rings Watch Chains Etc sure to please you We have received an elegant as sortment of double breasted Suits for Xmas SAM BACH Several valuable constributions were omitted from this issue for want space Buy something for service and merit for Xmas presents You can find lots of them at Carson Co Ladies skirts and furs of all des cription at rock bottom prices at Long Cos Economy Store I The newest things in ladies and gents furnishing are always shown at Long Cos Economy Store The Peters Shoes are the best for style and wear You will find them at Long Cos Economy Store Misses Artie Wedding and Annie Patton City were pleasant callers at THE REPUBLICAN office Tuesday Leave your laundry at Cleve Her grocery Work guaranteed delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry46tfJudge W B Taylor has moved to Hartford with his family preparato ry to assuming his officials duties the first Monday in January If you want to get a nice present for Him get one of Sam Bachs Silk Mufflers He has a beautiful selection rMrs John B Wilson returned to Owensboro Monday where she will remain a few days more under the treatment of specialists The liquor election at Centertown last Friday resulted in an overwhelming I victory for the drys the vote standing 53 dry to 18 wet a t For Childrens Christmas suits call at Faire A new line A new shipment of ladies cloaks for Christmas at Fairs Buy your Xmas overcoats and suits at Carson Cos House slippers for ladies gentle men or children at Fairs Mv My what nice Candies and Fruits at City Restaurant Another barrell of those Sweet at City Restaurant See Fairs Christmas line of Mens Neckwear and Suspenders I A handsome line of Rugs at Fairs t No trouble about the price I ItClearMiss Maidie Park visited her cous ItheIletthe right price j IIcannotSee our t ndkerIIchiefsj Mrs A F Stanley left Wednesday t for Lexington where she will spend t the holidays with relatives j Mr Claude Park Friedaland vis filed his cousin Esq James Park andIfamily duringthe institute Judge R R Wedding returned Monday from a business trip to Roekport and Evansville Ind Mrs Robertson and daughter Miss Eva of Heflin visited Miss Emma E Park and mother last Tuesday Prices greately rcducpd in millin cry goods Dont fail to look through this stock Long Cos Economy Store Miss Marie Graves returned Wednesday to her home in Perry Oklaho ma after a months visit to her moth er Mrs A F Stanley Misses Fannie Cox and Hattie Barnett and Mesdames A F Stanley and E B Pendleton City were pleasant callers Monday Park Brothers the mill men of Clear Run have been awarded the contract by the Owensboro Wagon Co to cut 700 logs into wagon timber We have n nice lotof silksat50cto 150 per yard for dress patterns and waist patterns that would make nice Xmas presentCARSON Co We can certainly please you both in price and quality with the im mense stock of Umbrellas we are showing at Long Cos Economy Store No better styles in Ladies and Children Wraps are found anywhere in the county than they are showing at Long Cos Economy Store andI the prices cant be beat Remember we are headquarters for Underwear and our stock has been renewed Just come and getI prices and see quality at Long Cos Economy Store and its all over m If you are needing photos of yourself or any member of your family dont miss the opportunity of having them made at Schroeters Floating Studio Good work guaranteed and delivered promptly Resolutions adopted by the recent National Association of the American Society of Equity held at Indianapolis appear in this issue and can be found on pages two and threeI They contain food for thught Read them Every man owes it to himself and protment of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy in this issue and learn how easy a young man or younglady may learn telegraphy and be assured a position tf WANT By Chicago JJan fact uring House person of trusfcworthl ssand somewhat familiar wjth loam territory as assistant in branch office S 18 paid weekly- Permanent position No investment required Previous experience not essential feiigagitig Address Manager Branches Como Block Chicago 12t12 Insurance to be a protection must not onlybe backed by a solvent com pany but must be paid when due with Get Ready for Xmas It will bo hero in a few daysso dont wait till the last day You have more time to pick your Suit now and get better selection Dont celebrate the Holidays in your old clothe we will sell you a Suit or Overcoat just as cheap now as after Xmas We have a large selection special for this occasion Buy presents that will do some good and be appre ciated We have an elegant line of Silk Mufllers Silk Suspenders fine Neck Ties Fancy Woolen anythingor boy I Mens ClothingO- ur assortment of Suits contains the newest mod els fresh from the bench in the latest patterns in SINGLE OR DOUBLE BREASTED SACK SUITS of fine Worsteds Cassimeres Cheviots Thibets Etc cut find made to perfection Prices ranging from Jf 7 to 15 Cheapergrades 7andOvercoats Suitable for all occasions in the longest or shortest 15outBoys Clothing We are able to satisfy the boys when it comes to Suits Overcoats Shoes or any article that is made for them to wear Best goods and lowest prices Wo cannot sell you Xmas toys for the children but we can furnish you with something that will do them more good Our Shoe Department Is filled with time latest styles in all Leathers and styles for both sexes We carry the best and most fa mous brands of Shoes on the market every pair warranted to give good satisfaction Think of us when you think of wearables for Xmas We show the fashionable Shirts Collars Neck ties Hosiery Handkerchiefs Suspenders Gloves Underwear and qther articles that it takes to make up Mens Furnishings We Remain Yours for Xmas Trade SAM BACHHA- RTFORD KY out delay or protect Col S Rr Dent represents this sort of company The best business men insurence with him because he represents a business company that settles claims in a business way If a company of this kind appeals to you call on Cot Dent ho will write you and see that your beneficery gets the pay LAND SAlE fOR TUXES By virtue of taxes due me as Sheriff 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 necessary to produce the sums required VIZIEAST HARTFORD No1 Park S A 85 acres of land inBeda precinct nearest neighbor to Wm I Park 875ISULPHUR SPRINGS No4 Armendt C L1 town lot in Pun dee 2595SELECT NO 10 Baize W J 50 acres of land near est neighbor to R Culbertson 480 Allen Mrs M A1 acre of land nearest neighbor T James 320- BOSINE No 12 Raman 1 Sam 91 acres land newest neighbor td L H Hammonds 775 CROMWELL NO 6 Shields J T agt for J S Shields heirs 1 lot in Cromwell 220 SOTUH RQCKPORT NO9 I HunterJ B 25 acres land near est neighbor to S C Hunter and 5 acres near Pen Chnn 1064 MCHENRY NO 15 Edwards Geo 20 acres land near vi r413 rh est neighbor to CT Edwards 400 CENTERTOWN NO 16 Ashbby it C 1 lot in Centertown 380WEST BEAVER DAM NO 14 Cooper Edwin 73 acres land near Beaver Dam 1490 Taylor R T 2 lots in Beaver Dam 3010EAST FORDSVILLE NO 18 Casteel Mrs Alace 50 acres 785 WEST FORDSVILLE NO 19 Lindsey srWm T 70 acres 775 SIIREVE NO 21 Cooper B C 169 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 1904 and 1905 2000 Cat P Keown S O C IInstitute Expenses The following is an itemized statement of the expenses of the Insti tuteA Kinnaman Instructor 7159 Jas H Fuquas expenses 1455 Printing ProgramsCertificates Etc 1100- J W Petty Sec 1000 Band M Bean 800 Wash Duncan Janitor 600 T H Black piano 460 Diploma Ribbons Long Co 175 Mailing Programs 150 Total 12789 Received from teachers in cludingtwo who were absent on account of sickness 11600 Excess of expenditures over receipts 1189- I shall request the Fiscal Court to pay the expenses of the Common School Graduation which was2430 If this is done there will be left to the credit of the library 1141 If this isnot done then I will pay the 1185 and loose it Very truly JAMES M DEW EsE S C S t t er1 t NOVEL PROCESS I Ot SklnningCatile by Compressed Air Ends in an Ex plo lon iIJ0iouw UlBBI Cor Nt Innl Ilnnwr lr + 1 A strange incident occurred in r Montonne yesterday which caused a r great denl of damage and probably has put a permanent quietus on a practice in one of the Mentonne slaughter house that had attracted the attention 6f the Health Officers and soon would have led to arses and prosecution- T Merrit the leading Mentonne meat market man had adopted and was using the following method of skinning the animals he slaughtered When the animal was led up ready for slaughter Mr Merritt would put a few drops of cocaine or either on H ot on the loose skin of the creat ures neck and after waiting a mo ment until the drug had deadened all sense of feeling at the place where it was applied ho quickly would make a small slit with a sharp knife and then insert beneath the skin the the point of a small nozzle that was connected with a rubber hose leading to asteel tank filled with compress ed air at high pressure The com pressed air then was turned on and rushing through the nozzle beneath the hide of the animal into loose tis sue between the skin and the body it would rip the skin loose in a flash and blow it out like a baloon twice the original size of the creature This perhaps caused the beast great pain but Mr Merritt stood ready with a loaded rifle and the moment the skin was torn loose and inflated he fired a shot into the animals brain to end all possible suffering The skin was cut open and removed and t t the butchering completed This practice met with great oppo sition from those who believed it to I be cruel and legal proceedings were contemplated But the new syste suddenly was abandoned today Mr Merrit was using the method for the purpose of skinning a large ox and the air pressure was great His assistant forgot to turn off th air with the result that the inflated skin was stretched beyond its power of resistance and when the rifle ball penetrated it and made a sight open ing the hide exploded with deafen wingroar and a force that tore the front out of the building and demol ished the roof The butcher and h his helper were hurled far out int the street amid the debris of th building They were not seriously injuried but were entirely convinced that is a bad way of skinning cattle Dying of Famine Is in its torments like dying of con sumption The progress of consump- tionY from the beginning to the very ond is a long torture both to victim and friends When I had consump r tion in its first stage writes Wm Myora of Cearfoss Mdafter try- Ing different medicines and a good doctor in vttin I at last took Dr Kings New Discovery which quickly ond perfectly ruled me Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc 4Pesitively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin v BIOS drug store price 50c and 100 M bottle Trial bottle frueILooking Ahead My dear said he its almost impossible to lease a home for a shorter term than one year nowt asktA1 you Ask me what George inquired the bride to be To agree not to geek a divorce until the expiration of the firstyears leaseThe Famous LittK Pills Early Risers cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc by their t tonic effect on thelive They neverI gripe or sicken yet they cleanse the system thoroughly They cleanse tone and strengthen t the stomach ofsrising early Sold by Z Wayne Griffin iBrosrjj o + t Sunflower iPfaliosoptiy k Youth is dangerous because it thinks it knows everything it guesses at A good many social debts seem to be settled by paying fifty cents ont the dollar Did you ev n real anything about Job having a wifa who insisted upon e t It3 li The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In country most dangerous because ao dace live Many suddei pneumonia bear or apoplexj are often resu of kidney disease I kidney trouble Is aV to advance th- kidneypoisons blood will attack the vital organs or Ih kidneys themselves break down and I1i by cell 1Bladder troubles most always result from s derangement of the kidneys and a cure 01tKilmerSwamp d remedyIt to hold urine and scald Ing pain In passing It and overcomes thai unpleasant necessity of being compelled ts go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soot realized It stands the highest for Its non- a derful cures of the most distressing SwampRoot Is pleasant to take casesIby all druggists In fiftycent and sized boltles You may ofIcovery and a book that bJIt tolls all about It both iiomecfsmmpnoot sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention paperDontthe name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle family reunion Love is so blind that an Atchison girl will give her baldheaded sweet heart a pair of military hair brushes for Christmas The injustice at this season is that all the window display are of articles that will please only the women and childrenIf is anything missing these days it is pretty apt to turn up chop ped in the mincemeat There isnt anything that grows in the summer any faster than the pile of tin cans in the back yard in win terPerhaps the reason a man is al ismthat it limits him to only one place where he is not able to find things If a man has a diamond scarf pin there isnt anything left for his wife pailIIWVNTED by Chicago wholesale and mail orderhouse assistant man alter man or woman for this coun ty and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expense paid weekly expense money advanced Work NoorequiredeWrite at once for full particulars and enclose selfaddressed envelope COOPER Co 21UO 132 Lake Street Chicago 111 Pointed Paragraphs A blunt man usually has a sharp tongueCourage and caution make ai splendid working team j 1LSIselEvery dog has his day and the I watch dog also has his nights I It is true that the average man i would be satisfied with enough but i he never gets it Sympathy is all right in its way but it is a poor substitute for boef stakeIIbut dont forget to lock your door at night It isnt always advisable far a man illIIf you ever get acquainted with yourself the chances are you wont find your company so very agreeble Did it ever occur to you that a woman doesnt consider neighbors baby half as important as she pre tends to The Main Thing bOilSjlwell tnt why not Godley Hes better able to fill the the office Perhaps but Croekley is better able to get it To cure a cold when you have rip youtiavenoyou have bothtake Kennedys I Laxative Honey and Tar The new idea the original and only genuine Laxativo cough syrup Remember name Kennedys andsee that the red clover blossoms is on the carton Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros c n ATTORNEY GEN MOODY i ICalltd Upon by Judge Cochran to CalebPPowers Case Frankford Ky Dec 9 Attorney General Hays of Kentucky has been notified by United States District Judge Cochran that he has called upon Attorney Gonoral moody toI represent him in the mandamus pro ceeding pending before the United compelI Staleocourts on the ground that the Unit ed States District Court does not have jurisdiction Attorney General Hays will argue the case before the Supreme Court and says it is without precedent for for the Attorney Generall of the United States to appear as counsel for a federal Judge in such proceed ing The question will be argued as to jurisdiction of Judge Cochran To Consumptives The undersigned having been re stored to health by simple means af ter suffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes allsufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York 32yr Adam Was an Indian New Yurk 1rvi + t Adam was an Indian The name means red Nicholas Custer wants to know how many sons Adan and Eve had and their names We have been trying to find out these 6000 years The Bible mentions only Cain Able and Seth but contains an allusion Gen v 4 to sons and daughters Adam was un known to his descendants but lived 930 years after eating the apple One is strongly tempted to agree with the female ipse dixit that Eve was formed of the brain of Adam not of his rib At any rate we all are bound to believe that ever since ulIlmankind Every kind of blind bleeding itch ing or protruding Piles or piles by whatever name or nature are relieved 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 peasantry Get the genuine Sold by 7 Wayne Griffin BrosIUptoDatc Honesty And now my sun said the bank president on this the threshold of your business life I desire to Imi Lprore one thought upon you Nom III8I young man- And by the way appended the greybeard I would urge you to read a little corruption law It will amaze you that can do in a business way and still be hone- stC71L19TQRCIL Brans ttedo Kind You HaviAlwars Band 8lgnaturo lIift I d Namin No Names They were looking at two newspa portraits of an emiucht statesman It seems scarecely possible observed the taU man that he can have grown BO Much older and pad= der in a few short yerfrs1 t ThcisearohUbef1oreliand after tllfl por p I short m ip f3etorgapd After taking what trrt sal ry from the life insur amlompatlr catIUwhichling are An animal keeping away by itself if accustomed to go with I others and perhaps standing with its back arched Not stretching itself on being quietly raised when lying iI i I y rftulr oudown Halt anwinrr on tllrrslurin liuviiii a hu h dry dullapnutncc ALisviico I lick narks n the sin Saliva flowing dram the mouth Not feedlnl7 or ohrwriT the cud for any l jlengtli pf tin c Viiln t I ii nf firimit page o I Hollow sides consequent from want orncoughl I and limbs- i iCASTEms eta KM YM lint Atari Bt jl BlcnAturecZ 2ica No Secret About ft It is no secret that for cuts burns ulcers fever sores sore eyes boils etc nothing is so effective as IiicklensJAinicn Salve It didnt I take long to cure a had sort I Itud and it is all 0 K for sore eyesI writes D 1 Gregory of Hope Tex 2Tc at Z Wayne Griffin liras ling store Curious Place Names Henry Gannett has recently pub lished a report on the place names of the United States from which a few interesting instances an Kivcn bo low Chicago is an Indian word meaning wild onion or skunk Chesapeake is also Indian weedI variously interpreted as highly ed water great waters or country on a great river Chautauqua is al so an Indians word and has had sev eral interpretations as a foggy place a bag tied in the middle re ferring to the shape of the lake a place where a child was washed away where the fish are taken out place of easy death or finally place where one was lost Des Moines is usually supposed to refer only to the Trappist monks but it is also con nected with an Indian wordmeaning the road Niagara is an Indian wordsignifying across the straight or at the neck Shenandoah is Indian and means the sprucy stream or a river flowing alongside of hills Massachusetts means noar thuI great hills or the hill shaped like an arrowhead or again the blue hills Mississippi means great water or gathering in all the waters or an al most endless river sere d outI CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought IIDears tho of j Luck I Did your husband have any luck at the races Oh yes answered young Mrs Torkins There were several disturbances where ho was an limo cent bystander and didntget hurt i A New French Bullet i Important improvements have recently been made in the arms and ammunition of the French infantry soldier and a new cartridge fa short ly to be used which combines Man netv features This err iidje i absolute smokeless not even giving the small pull observed with the discharge of the present cartridges while its bullett is a cfcnrslmpcd cylinder of brorc This evolves with a spetiol oJi 0 turns per second dining its flight 0In o GBEAT Made a Well Man vof Me rRarras BEJMEDYproduce the above result In 30 days It icti powerfully and qulcklr Cures when all otben tall Voucf mm will r ftin their lot manhood and old men will recover their youthful rigor br mint IlEVIVO It quickly and Burelrr Btorei Nertout lieu Lost Vitality Impotency Nightly Emlailoni Lest PowerFalling Memory Wutlnn Dlieaaeiand ill effects ol MlfaboM or cxeeuand ladlacrttlon whtchuoftsonetoratudibudneeeortaanlageIttot li agrttt nerve tonic end blood builder brln log back the pink low to ale cheeks and re storing the Ore of youthsIt wards off Inaultt end Oonaumptlon toilitoa baring BBVIVO no other It can be warred la veal pocket By mill LOO p rpackate or six fOr 8400 wttleveal Ilya written trnarantM to curs or tWistb Boaey Book and adrlto frra Addreu ILLQFqi sale in Hartford Ky by J H Williams druggist SURE CURE- For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER kjHit I and at 300 yards it will have nuiii dent IOW T to penetrate a nlIi iiivah nt in hulk and instance to anothifrom the Lebol rifle which it thus brought into the front rank of mili tary weapons A e OUGH Riv TILEPtIO COMP fY l r lII II OIA e The Rough River Telephone Co is Independent owned and operated by home people Good service nt reasonable rates Prices for toll service which is constantly being ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation Iii miles 10 cts J50 miles IFicts 45 miles IS eta Ac W A CHANDLER Gen Mpr- Hartford Iy J W OBANNON Local Mar Beaver Dam Ky 5000 THfGRAPHfRS NEEDED AHAHAUr to till ibt MCI aMtition rtvntnl by 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iriHiur1 I nut ittnnil and allow JO DAYS THliE Ijoforo is binding t 502 SdHem cflIa n In trubt r CIiiuro r etnrucfo c- hI rah i exl noDJOD BUY iI Yr iiir you it i roar FAQtORf- AxnVi PRldr ruse TKKI OFFER Tires fOnulpn ceadri 1 alsrllr cvs of nil lhirU n lai rtirutar lhln our bgIreohindCaILIyue a KurlJ uf b ml iririuaiUiu iVtiLu for It PUNTUR PRUOF Tfl RES nOJutt grlco 3abCC1 pair ToIInfrodwoc7 S 7clWo wII Sell NrttsvrsIICLT i Pcr fey duty III G iiiMa l ItiO mIRE TROU3U tram pJi DTJHES 1 of lu yr exINriU 1 iiroiiinlInjr llo earn l11UtU tllTiSrPINSNAfLS TAOKStM Ol- Miutii iuuN i lik ItllitiiiiM ttirJ i1 rev I- JllUIlc lik1 aus dttior liv iil 7 G PER EASY FULLY OF c ml f r C TVI xlr rll klnl and mnVon of tlrvs 11 Sft r pair and up tl t M s II ii v II owl nl i qa Minlrifs ai hall tho usual price viiii Hi iiiiU ruin T ir slI 11111110 iniM II and TM sir will r or nut M r MnU si Kii old KIV Illilinu Vu will slilii C0 D OH APPROVAL ftNU EVAVIkJAIIbM TltVe p vii aliiw a cnuh tfitmotir1 f 6 in rrhv mnklnr itrio tl50 per iiilr It TOn rin lull cani orffcr TIP ic M r uiiml at our exp nM If salUfactorj on I 1IInllI J HEflD6V8LE IeCAi Bad JLG5JieAfiO ILL moO OUR CLUBBING RATES TIIK llKiiiiucAN and Louisville lIom1l1125yiifi RKiinuifAX uixl Iniisvillo Daily 300- THKe UKPUIIMCAN and CourierJournal 150 TUB RKiUiiMoAX and St Louis Globe 1etnocrat 175 THE RKrumicAv and Homo und Farm 125 THK RKiunucAX and Lippunootts and Cosnioplitan 325 Tin TlKiUHMCAN amlTwiccnWoekOwcnsborolnquirer 175 Tin llKiUiiMcvv and Daily Owonsboro Inquirer 370 THK llKruiuicAN and TwiccaWcelc Oboro Messenger 175 TUB RKIUIIMCAN and National Magaxino 150 I Address all orders THE REPUBLICAN I i Patiola I P The Modern dose before each will make you feel Istrong nnd well PANOLA haw o equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia Catarrh ol the Head Throat Stompch Rowels Llvt ann Kidneys f Grippe and general debility Made by the LlKTClinnLD PHAR J I UACAL Co Inc For sale 11II J H I hu Southern Raiway t Shortest and Fastest Lines JJtLexington ani Louisville 8L Louis 1 iftHe West- Two trains daily sis follows Leave Lexington 610 a m Lou isville 900 a in arrive at St Louis Lfc12 p in Carrying vestibulcd coaches and CafeObservation Par lor CarMeals a la carte throURh without cange Iii Leave Lexington 530 p m Lou isvll1o 1015 p m arrive at St Louis 717 a mJ carrying free reclin ing c cars and Pullman sleeper throug without change Reserve Car berths at 111 bit Main St Lexington Kr 2311 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Union Depots Firstclass typewriter paper for sale this office cheapI A positive CATARRH CURE Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once f ilt cleanses soothes and protects pneml4netC away a Cold In tp t liP v ails of stiimlart brat T3IAI pultbaeo t tall LWIIVV emit LJMIIIIh FEVERRtorcil matiillEly HIDING STRONG DURABLE SELF HEALING COVERED by PATfNTS BEWARE IMITATIONS iltirli n the lyifA not Herald to tonlcn mrnl Sleeping at lieali r COUCHIi KingsNow ONSUHPTION Prlco S1D0iUureat and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY 3AC2 Thousands of Acres For Sale ht reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along tho line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri ant Northern Arkansas most direct lino via ST LOUIS AND MER5PM88 Through Pullman sleeping and tree reeJnlnj chair car HomeoeeHers Excursions first and third Tueadays of each month Oticrlptlvi literature mapS pamphlets folders etc on application HC TOWHSEXO kn7liraa47tlL h ASh PAl1 tfij La BT8KAITHEWS rnrehagPaxera A W- wgrl4Wr of t uUR mm m YORK LETTER Timely Suggoitions For Holiday Shop pers Vanity BiQi Completely Fur niihcd Increased Size In Shopping Bags Smart Leather and Pigskir Gifts For Men By RENE DEVERAUX Vliun nut realizes Hint Chrlstinns with ltn lutesI1I1w Iliip or Mlzznrd- anil I Himwrftiirnm Is luuvly a iwiuili oil it U none tOil curly tu begin tlilnkliiK lit till llollllMVN Ill fillS IVOII X- UrdI pilot iiinNtini In the iirt o rttslilnji nf nlromly buzzing nrouiul the ImlUlny ilUplnys like bets III a rosu 1011111111IIh large iU Hirtiiiont Hlore him Hi own lilllc wily iiiillufcln tu tout pt Ill rnwary to part with their inoiicy ant liypullH iittmcllvily fostoonul with riirlstmiiN lUforulluns lun HIM In conn tort iippruprlntily pliuiirdcil For IIolI liny lifts Anil Imlood Nash uniitoin HIV vuritnlile tivtiMiri hotim wlitN wee limN nnllinllttl miiwxtlnns how lug mlmlnilili Iorcllcmialil on ilu poof t tlwst who htivu Hie InlcrcMt of ihel- iiiI rd pin lit lioart nn well MM their own III an oxiln lve shop In the vicinity of the Waldorf Is an uncommonly at tmitlvc lirlsttims bag ilixplny monad which at any hour of the day last week might hnve hern Keen a crush of fiiKlilonahle hhopieis threi dwp seta 1ul5 tin extraordinary rog flbllltlctt of leiithcr were most Hinartly emphasized here the collection of bug t- I being KunicihlUK to dream of In the roinlniclloii and fnrnishliiK o tills miMonVi tihoppiuK and vuallv hairi I NOVrITlES IN VANITY IIAIIS AM MINIS TUIIE OlICIIA IIASKIX every whim of fastldioim femininity IIIH been antlclpalol and not to tne extent of n lot of space Illllnc frippery mark you for each little accessory In of ndmlrahle workmanship mid excel lent material There were seen here n tinmher of handsome Digit of colored leathers rich purplys wlnen lull Rroens out to numb gowns of corresponding colors hut the ever elegant black with gold teed turn metal mountings In nil tile smart new Mmpc were HhiKled out among the others on account of their styleA particularly handsome vanity ball was of black seal of generous propor tlons conveniently titled with strap hnndle with purse rocket on the out suds and lu Individual pockets on the Inside were n dainty pair of opera glasses tiny powder puff mid hand ror a pearl handled glove fastener an- a ehnrmhiK little feather fan with tor toise shell sticks the brown tippet feathers mUlching the shell sticks per fectly A pin seal hag was lined throughout with Dresden silk with n suede linty- center pocket for Jewels In this bag were n memo pad nnil pencil gold trimmed upend glasses told powder pull and mirror The newest shopping hags are enor mans a Til Irs exceedingly handsome outs being of black walrus leather lie ed with black kid the corners being protected by gold mountings These art fitted with a small change purse and canleaBC Miniature opera glasses which Blip easily Into the vest pocket lire Gist su perseding the old styli larger ones but READ TillS 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 wrk I was advised to try yourTexas Wonder and after using onefourth of a bottle I passed a large gravel and I have never suffered since passing thesame three years ago I have recommended it to many other who reported themselves cured I most heartily recommend itto all sufferers from kidney or bladderdiseasesSAM A TEXAS WONDER- One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures nil kid ney old madder toublo removes jrravpl cures liabetcs seminal emis I fiimi veal 41 i wie Wks rheuma ti Fp or 1 fl t itie of the kid neys and Jrfaudcr tn both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on bottleisdom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer PO box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mo I M1f tie j wiiiro the latter nre carried there lire IillthJlllrl110olof cloth of gold with gull fitiisrw iiloiinlliiKS rout bags of soft Dresden rllibonn iirc nn popular IIH ovei- 1lijcrolleiit soft leather ainj mieilo col lar lings for IIIRII unit the right size to draw up over rollers to lie en tried In tlio suit jiwe well among a number of I Kinart leallier mid pigskin gifts for I nieii lint this U nnollicr story which will conic Inter I On the iiiitor counter ot nuolhorf lmn j were u niinilier of cxiiiilnlli slilrt waist patterns tulle folded mid tied Into n neat Miiinri box n irlli1 larger than n handkerililef box iliesc patterns were of new wash falirles Niuiirt blue nod I i green cheeked innilnis dainty sneer ilrop and fleurdelN designs and iimlnt lvnistlIher r nilrra mar have my iip llon conrrrnln h hionor thoufuehbin NotateIe afsrox3 II Bean theitsKind You Han Always Boup Slgnitnre lit The King of Tramps atermfI in n French jail the other day He said he was born of wealthy parents lostIdebt broke open his fathers safe Turned out of glees I became a tramp and have been ever since a terror to all honest folk I have toured France 20 times and have GermanyIbeen shut up in almost every prison in Europe toThe Magistrate having informed him that he would have to i go to jail once more he cried Hooray I have scored century I have been sentencedexactly I 99 times before by Magistrates all over Europe A 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 euro for all bowel and stomach dis eases as such a headache bilious ness costiveness etc Guarrnteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug sotre only 25c Try them IF The Invention of Whiskey firsttition of whiskey is lost in the mists of the middle ages and all the ingenui ty or counsel now employed in trying to find ont what whiskey is has failed to disclose his identity The fiery potion was known in England in the eleventh century but in Scotland not till the fourteenth But Scotland made up for lost time She alluringIits production cottage industry of noble proportions When the ex ecrable exciseman descended upon totthe lonely hills We in these days are inclined to forget that Glenlivet the home of the smuggler would never have achieved its bacchanalin tame but for absurd Georgian licen sings law directed against the indi vidual still and not against the mag nitude of its output Shake off the grip of your old enemy Nasal Catarrh by using Elys Cream Balm Then will all the swelling and soreness be driven out of the tender inflamed memo branes The fits of sneezisr will cease and the discharge as offensive to other as to yourself will be cured when the causes that produce it are removed Cleanliness comfort and health renewed bv the use of Cream Balm Sold by all druggists for 50 cents or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York A Dramatic The best dramatic criticism levI- er heard said Will Winch the theatrical I press agent was made by a man who was in ns cups Not that I I ash ise dramatic critics therefore to ge hilarious beforp they begin to review a playnot at all The piece I rafer to was an Englishcomedy You know the English idea of what is entertaining often differs widely I froth the Americin The play was dragging awfully The curtain had ben up nearly half an hour I guess I ari no hing had happened o check they VIH that were sn ii e faces in the audience Ati i t- lullrihtslightly intoxicated friend s ened up yawned looked at his watch and said ina voice heard though the theater and on the stage Say what time does this show beginto OA STC EtXASean theIII Kind Yo911an Alsays 1141d tI CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAIL- S3et Couch Srru Tvtes C- 30010tIme d SuidbydrugglJs =u u STRONG utbal tbS trilr ss UwiOr Foe Again Is what Mrs Lucl Stovallof Tilton said after taking I Kodol Dyspepsia ij Cura Hundreds I F ofothcrwtak women art being re- storedI to perfect health rem edy YOU may bi well if will take It Indicestloncautii I nearly all the tick ness that oman have It deprives the system of nourish meat and the delicate organ 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 be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belehingheartbura and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat Pllu bttibold S tlati cut iln IratoNato by Z WAYM jitirFi TIlE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Christmas Special 3 Piece Toilet Set Sold 1000 OUR SPECIAL Christmas Price by this you 396 Tho opportunity of purchaMnc to hand somo anti serviceable a Christmas lift for so little money selilom presents Itself Only tho Immense purchasing power of tin Gigantic cstnbllshmcnt of MACVS Hit liiruml Jrj Gong and Hepurl merit stun In the oniiiilry makes such offerings poslble The toilet set hero offered IK typical of the MACY method of prltlnff It is nn exact reproduction of an expensive sterling silver set Is heavily triple plated on hlsh grade hardened Britannia metal The Set consists of n beveled Plato glass mirror 5 Inches In diameter brush with 15 rows penetrating bristles nnd comb 7i4 Inches long with coarra and fine teeth With ordinary care this set will last for twenty years If you are not satisfied after purchasing that It Is all and more than we claim we cheerfully refund your money as on nil roods purchased from us And remember I you nre ilfiinrr with MACYS a household word fir fortyeleit years a name that Btamls for Kollablll y Probity Truth AVi sell snare goads for onnli than any llirr stare lit tilt Llilleil Stairs null iiinlly fur iualllytvu iimlrr al1 every other nituru In the United stolesIOur Chrlstmns Gifts Catalogue Is now ready for mailing and will lio scut free on request Instead oC racking ycur brnlim la the Beleotlnn f n sn this t Urlstnms Gift write n p l card XOW for our Catalogue Con talus thousands of suggestion Illus trated with prices of suitable holiday gifts for limn woman or child ITS FItEE Address Room 201 R H MAC 3l CONE V YORK t Curnbeland 1AND1 tIt1 lotliim the niattiT with my tinstnrss 1 hve tits Cumber Unit JVlrihuiie In my it lilenn I- IplhCf ol hUbiiifhs My bnNlness has Itscreswd and Inv wlltH void IK nev tor htrHid In 11 11111 hilIut the Telephone Your tar jinl Mivkeund trnlltmgnlyrantpxtinn n E nn Planrr Oraocauxtt rircuK 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Mny 0 AUK nut 12 November 7- vAlionCentertownFebrunry0 Mayll August 24 November P DJ Wilcox llorkiort February 20 May 6 iAUBBi t2S November 14 IX rtfori3cllc coast Jno D Wilson Judge 0 E Smith City Attorney H I Dnrnett Marshal Court con Tone second Monday lu eothnionth lielovi C rrrlcM K Church BonthHerrlcei third Sunday each month at 11 a m and 7 pm and neon Sunday at 7 p m 1raytr meetlngtrery Wednei day evening Her WTMlller 1rutor- Ilnptlut Church Herrlrei held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday nlgbt Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev J n DoroettIaltor CI Church Serrlrea Bret Sunday ID each month at 11 a m and 7 pm neT J O liar ned pastor School Trustee IartfordJae P Miller J Glenn S T Stevens U M Mocker J II D Car son Jon C HUey City Council Howan Holbrook Mayor 8 A Anderson Clerk Dr 8J Wedding W 8 Tins ey A C Taylor M L Hearrln T J Morton Cgundlmen rlcrtBocttt A O U W meets lint and third Friday ulghts In each month Hartford Lodge No 878 FoI A Masons flra Monday night la each month Hartford Tent No 09 Knights of the Mace a bees ever Thursday night Ilougb Hirer LodgeNoll9Knlghts of PythU meets every Tseeday night Preston Morton Post No 4 0 A R hold ret nlar meetings Hatnrdsy before rstSnnday In each month fee Write toroJU CONFIDENTIALb uLETTER r- o1ntappl We ohtalll PATENTS THAT pAY and help Inventors to success photo or sketch and we send IMMEDIATe FREE REPORT ON PAT Reglteredus at B08B07 7th SL WASHINGTON 0 C OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER cC WILSON Sewing Machine I We can offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time 1 to advancing the f sales of our product I Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pablcof development into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE WhcclerWilsonMfgCo 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CBICAGO- c W n r T7 c Jr r w s1oII000moe lirlinhIl rlI c u On account of having to molt our large sock of Buggies Implements and Hardware and in appreciation of what our Ohio County friends have done for us since we came to Hartford we are going to give you the benefit of sharing this immense stock which consists of the famous Ames Buggies and Surries Studebaker Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagons Campbell Corn Drills Tiger Cultivators and Disc Harrows Ideal and Blount Steel and Chilled Plows Rhoderic Lean Land Hollers Corn Crushers Grain Drills and a full line of shelf and heavy Hardware all kinds of work Harness Heat ing and Cooking Stoves and in fact everything that you need onthe farm at factory prices less the freight Sale to be personally conducted by Mr Turley and will commence Saturday Dec 16 at 8 Oclock A Mi And Lasts Until Saturday Night December 23 50 00 Buggies go at 35 00 55 00 Buggies go at 40 00 60 00 Buggies go at 45 00 65 00 Surries go at 55 00 75 00 Surries go at 60 00 55 00 Farm Wagons go at 47 50 60 00 Farm Wagons go at 52 50 65 00 Farm Wagons go at 57 50 14 00 Corn Drills go at 10 90 11 00 Corn Drills go at 890 20 00 Disc Harrows go at 16 00 2100 Disc Harrows go at 17 00 6 00 Chilled Plows Nos 19 and 20 go at 4 50 21 00 Sulky Hay Rakes go at 13 50 27 50 Land Rollers go at 18 00 25 00 Land Rollers go at 15 90 30 00 Corn Crushers go at 24 00 60 00 Grain Drill with Fertilize go at 40 00 20 00 Cultivators go at 1550 21 00 Cultivators go at 1C 75 30 00 Riding Cultivators go at 24 00 40 00 Sulky Plows go at 30 00 20 00 Feed Cutters go at 15 50 15 00 Feed Cutters go at 9 25 Breeching Breeching Breeching Breeching Heating Heating Heating Heating Choping Every thing will sold factory prices This special sale special items The sale will begin promptly oclock Saturday December and will close oclock m Saturday December The terms this sale are cash but you havent the money any way and will make arrangements you get what you want Remember first come first served Come early and get the pick the stock I 1 COMPANY INCORPORATED r Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER 1C tMATANZAS done ing L C Tuylor has moved into residence r Louis James of this place and Miss Mertie Render Rockport were quietly married at the home of the bride last Tuesday Rev L W Tichenor officiating They will make their home Their many friends extend congratulations w Doward Tichenor and family and Miss Charlotte Tichenor visited rela tive near Springs last Saturday 15 00 Buggy Harness go at 11 50 12 00 Buggy Harness go at 9 50 10 00 Buggy Harness go at 7 50 2 50 Horse Collars go at 190 2 25 Horse Collars go at 1 65 2 00 Horse Collars go at 145 1 75 Horse Collars go at 12 1 00 Horse Collars go at j5 6 00 go at 4 35 5 00 go at 3 50 4 50 go at 3 00 4 00 go at 2 75 1 50 Bridals go at 110 1 25 Blind Bridals go at 85 1 00 Blind Bridals go at 75 75 Hames go at 50 50 Hames go at 35 75 Traces go at 50 50 Traces go at 35 50 Belly bands go at 35 40 Belly bands go at 30 1 00 Leather back bands go at 60 40 Webb back bands go at 25 25 Webb back bands go at 15 be at 8 m 6 to t corn his new here Cool and Sunday i T R Kinchelo and wife spent Sunday night with Rev L PTiche nor and family E Carter closed his singing i school at New Hope last Sun day Watt Taylor to Hartford last TuesdayA Tichenor and Joe Hill have moved their saw and grist mill to this place where they will saw and grind during the winter months CANE RUN Dec 19Elder H E Birch of Friedaland an interestig lecture of A S of E at Salem Saturday night I Jehn A McCord and Mrs Josie Robinson and children Auburn Ky arrived here Saturday a visit to relatives and friends Elder T Belmain Si phur Springs filled Elder J F Bakers I appointment at Salem Sunday Mrs Arthur Raley and children wore the guests of her Mrs 0 Jamison Saturday Francis Jamison went to Cen tertown last Friday a visit to parents J Jamison and wife Jim B Johnson near Salem i mov ing to Rosine Lan rum Rockport was tie guest of relatives near Salem the last TaylorMinesJames Hoover and mother of this place went to Hartford last Satur dayMiss Edna Wilson View vis ited her aunt Mrs Dinah Miller of Horse Branch last Sunday Lonnie Brown and wife attended the marriage of Robert and Miss Viola Wilson at Horse Branch Saturday night I I 15 Hame Strings go at 10 10 Hamo Strings go at n2 50 Check Lines go at 190 2 00 Check Lines go at 1 65 1 35 Riding bridals go at 95 1 00 Riding bridals go at 75 12 00 Mens Saddles go at 8 50 10 00 Mens Saddles go at 7 50 7 50 Mens Saddles go at 5 00 Nos 6 and 7 Stove Pipe per joint 9 Everything in Carpenters Tools in proportion 5 00 Heavy Plush Lap Robes go at 3 75 4 00 Heavy Plush Lap Robes go at 2 95 3 00 Heavy Plush Lap Robes go at 1 95 25 00 Shot Guns ga at 17 50 20 00 Shot Guns go at 13 50 15 00 Shot Guns go at 11 36 10 00 Shot Guns go at 6 25 7 50 Shot Guns go at fi 25 5 00 Shot Guns go at 3 75 40 00 Ranges 30 00 25 00 Cook Stoves go at 16 50 20 00 Cook Stoves go at 13 50 15 00 Cook Stoves go at 35 have at at of Prof went sisterinltw John Sheriffs Sale ByVirtue of Execution No directed to me which issued from the office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor of New Spencer Medicine Company against J F Hicks I or one of my deputies will on Monday the day in January 1906 between the hours of one P M and four P M at tho Courthouse door m Hartford Ohio county Ky expose public sale the highest bidder the following I described property or so much thereof as may be necessary satis fy plaintiffs debt interest and cost towitA or of land in Ohio County Kentucky on the waters of No Creek and bounded as Beginning at a walnut hickory and 12 00 Cook Stoves go at Jl 91 25 00 Stoves 16 70 20 00 Stoves 13 00 15 00 Heating Stoves 1150 10 00 Stoves 7 43 5 00 Stoves 2 85 7 50 Lard Press go at 3 95 20 Skillets go at 12 15 Griddles goat 10 50 Tea Kettles go at 30 40 Tea Kettles go at 23 75 Choping Axes go at so 1 00 Axes go at H5 50 Hatchets go at 15 75 Hatchets go at 53 Wire Nails In Kee Lots S225 We have a large assortment of Granite Ware Tin Ware and Stove Fixtures go at less than fac tory cost Best Fencing Wire goes in this at 2 per 100 pounds Strap Hinges go at from 3c to 9c Heavy Strap Hinges go at from 12c Inc Log Chain best made go at 5c per pound we on a 16 p 23 if come e for the of gath Blind A gave on H on his H Fair Burden 11 2240 Clerks first oclock to to to parcel follows Sale to is no two sugar tree Alexander Barnetts Northwest corner thence Nl E 83 poles to a stone near a hickory and dogwood H Woodwards corner thence S 85 E 561 poles to a white oak thence N11 E21i poles to a stone near the Sillenger Mills road thence with said road S 89 E 53 poles to a stone thence S10 W 116J poles to a atone in Alexander Harrietts old line thence withsaid bellinII i fourth of an aero lying on and East of the Hawesville road and the site of the present graveyard the same being onethird interest in the afore I said tract 6f l subject Jo the hop 3ta16ghWf the defendant- smotli4Ayy Ann kicks and being the same land conveyed to Daniel CCrabtrea r officeDeed landdescended y defendant being one of three whoa own same Levied upon as the pro perty of J F Hecks Terms Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing interested at the rate of 6 per cent andhaving i hondo I ofDecember22t3 CALPKEowmSOC By PERRY KEOWN D S e 7 i J LJ r HIi 11 H t- It IOn account ol having to movo our large sock of Buggies Implements and Hardware and in appreciation of what our Ohio County friends have done for us since we name to Hartford we are going to give you the benefit of sharing this immense stock which consists of the famous Ames Buggies und Surries Studebaker Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagons Campbell Corn Drills Tiger Cultivators and Disc Harrows Ideal and Blount Steel und Chilled Plows Ehoderic Lean Land Hollers Corn Crushers Grain Drills and a full line of shelf and heavy Hardware all kinds of work Harness Heat ing and Cooking Stoves and in fact everything that you need oiiJJie farm at factory prices less the freight Sale to be personally conducted by Mr Turley and will commence Saturday Dec 16 at 8 Oclock A Mi And Lasts Until Saturday Night December 23 50 00 Buggies go at 35 00 55 00 Buggies go at 40 00 CO 00 Buggies go at 45 00 65 00 Surries go at 5500 75 00 Surries go at GO 00 55 00 Farm Wagons go at 47 50 60 00 Farm Wagons go at 5250 65 00 Farm Wagons go at 57 50 14 00 Corn Drills go at 10 90 11 00 Corn Drills go at 8 90 20 00 Disc Harrows go at 16 00 2100 Disc Harrows go at 17 00 6 00 Chilled Plows Nos 19 and 20 go at 4 50 21 00 Sulky Hay Rakes go at 13 50 27 50 Land Rollers go at 18 00 25 00 Land Rollers go at 15 90 30 00 Corn Crushers go at 24 00 60 00 Grain Drill with Fertilize go at 40 00 20 00 Cultivators go at 1550 21 00 Cultivators go at 16 75 30 00 Riding Cultivators go at 24 00 40 00 Sulky Plows go at 30 00 20 00 Feed Cutters go at 1550 15 00 Feed Cutters go at 9 25 t 1C gath corn L C has moved new Louis James of place and Mertie were at the home of the home Their extend and and visited near last rmz 15 00 go at 11 50 12 00 go at 9 50 10 00 go at 7 50 2 50 Horse Collars go at 190 2 25 Horse Collars go at 1 65 2 00 Horse Collars go at 14 1 75 Horse Collars go at 12 1 00 Horse Collars go at Go 6 00 Breeching go at 4 35 5 00 Breeching go at 3 50 4 50 Breeching go at 3 00 4 00 Breeching go at 2 75 1 50 Bridals go at 1 25 Blind Bridals go at 85 1 00 Blind Bridals go at 75 75 Hames go at 50 50 Hames go at 35 75 Traces go at 50 50 Traces go at 35 50 Belly bands go at 35 40 Belly bands go at 30 1 00 bands go at 60 40 Webb bands go at 25 25 Webb bands go at 15 T R and L last to last A B and Joe Hill saw and to this will and the Dec H E of an of A S of E at f A and and Ky on a to T H Si J F I at and t were the of her Mrs 0 to Cen last on a to J H B near is ing to was of near tho last and of this to last her of last and the of and at 15 go at 10 10 go at n 2 50 go at 1 90 2 00 go at 16 135 go at 95 1 00 go at 75 12 00 go at 8 CO 10 00 go at 7 50 7 50 go at 5 00 Nos 6 and 7 per 9 Everything in in proportion 5 00 go at 3 75 4 00 go at 2 95 3 00 go at 1 93 25 00 ge at 17 50 20 00 go at 13 50 15 00 go at 11 36 10 00 go at 6 25 7 50 go at R 25 5 00 go at 3 75 40 00 30 00 25 00 go at 16 50 20 00 go at 13 50 15 00 go at 11 35 By of No to me the of the in of J F I or one of my will on the the of one P M and P M at the in Ky to to the the so as may be to fy and cost or of in on the of No and as at a and I a 12 00 go at 991 25 00 1G 70 20 00 13 00 15 00 Heating 10 00 7 43 5 00 Heating 2 85 7 50 go at 3 95 20 go at 12 15 I 10 50 Tea go at 30 40 Tea go at 25 75 go at 40 1 00 go at 65 50 go at 35 75 go at ii3 In We a assortment of Tin and go at less fac cost at 2 per 100 go at 3c to 9c go at 12c to 19c go at Cc Every thing have will sold factory prices This is special sale special items The sale will begin promptly at 8 oclock a m Saturday December 16 and will close 6 oclock p m Saturday December The terms this sale cash you havent the money any way and will make arrangements get what you want Remember the first come first served Come early and get pick stock COMPANY1 1 INCORPORATED Haftford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER tMATANZAS done ing Taylor into his residence this Miss Render Rockport quietly married Wlmany friends congratulations Doward family Miss Charlotte Tichenor rela tive Cool Springs Saturday Buggy Harness Buggy Harness Buggy Harness 110 Leather back back back land SundayIKinchelo wife spent Sunday night Rev PTiche familyICarter closed his sing Hope Sun day Watt Taylor went Hartford Tuesday Tichenor have moved their grist mill place where they saw grind during winter months CANE RUN 19Elder Birch Friedaland interest lecture Salem Saturday night Jahn McCord Mrs Robinson children Auburn arrived here Saturday relatives and friends Elder Belmain phur Springs filled Elder Bakers appointment Sunday Mrs Arthur Raley children guests sisterinlaw Saturday Francis Jamison went tertown Friday visit his parents Jamison andwife Jim Johnson Salem mov Rosine John Landrum Rockport tie guest relatives Salem TaylorMinesJames Hoover mother place went Hartford Satur dayMiss Wilson Fair View vis ited Mrs Dinah Miller Horse Branch Sunday Lonnie Brown wife attended marriage Robert Burden Miss Viola Wilson Horse Branch Saturday night- I Hame Strings Hame Strings Check Check Lines Riding bridals Riding bridals Mens Saddles Mens Saddles Mens Saddles Stove Pipe joint Carpenters Tools Heavy Plush Lap Robes Heavy Plush Lap Robes Heavy Plush Lap Robes Guns Guns Shot Guns Guns Shot Guns Shot Guns Ranges Cook Stoves Cook Stoves Cook Stoves be of their Blind Salem Edna Lines Sheriffs Sale Virtue Execution which issued from Clerks office Ohio Circuit Court favor Spencer Medicine Company against Hicks deputies Monday first day in January between hours oclock Courthouse door Hartford Ohio county expose public sale highest bidder following describedpropertyor much thereof necessary plaintiffs debt interest towitA parcel Ohio County Kentucky waters Creek pounded follows Beginning walnut hickory Cook Stoves Heating Stoves Heating Stoves Stoves Heating Stoves Stoves Lard Press Skillets Griddles goat Kettles Kettles Choping Axes Choping Axes Hatchets Wire Nails Kee Lots 225 have large Granite Ware Ware Stove Fixtures tory Best Fencing Wire goes in this pounds Strap Hinges from Heavy Strap Hinges from Log Chain best made per pound we at no on 23 of are but if come we for you to the the here Tichenor with New gave Josie visit Jamison aunt Shot Shot Shot 2240 directed New 1906 four satis land 1150 Hatchets than Sale at two sugar tree Alexander Barnetts Northwest corner thence Nl E 83 poles to a stone near a hickory and dogwood H Woodwards corner thence S 85 E 56J poles to a white oak thence N11 E 21 i poles to a stone near the Sillenger Mills road thence with said road S 89 E 53 poles to a stone thence S10 W 116 pales to a stone in Alexander Barnetts old line thence withsaid I inII fourth of an acre lying on and East of the Hawesville road and the site of the present graveyard the same being onethird interest in the aforesaid i tract pf subject Jo the hoi1 esteatt clfiCotthe defendants mowfttMairy Ann licks and being w the samE land conveyed to Daniel Hicks father of defendant by J C Yu Crabtrea May 19th 1883 by deed of officeDeed j landdescendeddefendant beIng one of three who own same Levied upon as the pro perty of J F Hecks Terms Sale will be made on a credit ofthree months bond with r r bearinginterested per annum from date of safe and 1 salehondo i ofDecember i 22t3 CAVPiKEpwjNSOC By PERRY KEO WN A S f