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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 4 k A mI4c 1tzttferb Ittpublicttu Fine Job Work a Shecialty IP IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 aYear 4 OL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY RIDAY DECEMBER 22 1905 No 23 w MISS ALICE ROOSEVELT l To Wed Congressman Nicholas Longworth on tbe 17 of Next February Washington Dec 16Rcpresenta tive tongworth spent the afternoon at the White House where some friends had been asked to congratu fate Miss Roosevelt and himself- They also had the pleasure of seeing the very handsome diamond ring fwhich Mr Longworth has long had in readiness for the emergency which j he faced yesterday It is a hoop of diamonds perfectly matched stones five in number and a dull gold band Miss Roosevelt is having reset and will present to her fiance the famous S pearl ring which was presented herb the sultan of Sulu It was an nounced today to the friends who Called to extend congratulations that will be on February 17 probably at 4 oclock though this latter fact is not quite decided- It is also likely that Miss Roosevelt will wear her mothers wedding gown which has been carefully preserved for her by her grandmother Mrs George C Lee of Brookline e5 ass This gown was to have been it the one worn by Miss Roosevelt when she made her debut four years ago Mrs Roosevelt dissuaded her from this ami advised her to keep the gown for just such an occasion as that set for February Miss Roosevelt drove to the capi tol today with Representative Long worth in the smart high cart which tier father gave her about a year ago She did not alight however y to receive the congratulations of the assembled statesmen but after a smiling goodbye to her future hus band drove back to the White House where she had been busy all day answering telephone calls and tele gramsAs little more than two months remain for the wedding and the details are being hurried somewhat Mr Longworth is still unable to say whether he can get away for a lo- ngrArA W YEARS r 1 FOR ALL r I To show my appreciation for the liberal patronage bestowed upon me in the past I will sell GROCERIES at the following LOW CASH PRICES commencing Thursday December 28 1905 and continuing 3 S days 3 Cans lOc size Royal Baking P 25 13 Pounds Mich handpicked Beans 50 8 Pounds Rice 25 r It 2 Boxes Cocoa 45 3 Packages Jumbo Bluing 10 2 Boxes Tacks 05 2 Pounds best Cream Cheese 35 1 3Ply Broom 15 M 1 4Ply Broom 20 1 Cake Bakers Chocolate 20 6 Boxes Brazil Cocanut 25 2 Packages Soda 05 1 Barrel Golden Rod Flour 500 1 Barrel Cream of Wheat at 475 19 Pounds White Sugar 100 7 Packages Arbuckles Coffee 100 f 8 Pounds Roasted Coffee 100 7 Cans Corn 5Q C 13 Cakes Big Deal Soap 50 1 Pound 80c Tea 50 1 Pound Black Tea 30 3 Cans Dried Beet 35 7 Cakes Lenox Soap I 25 W 6 Boxes Potted Ham 25 9 4 3 Cans Salmons 25 3 Pounds Evaporated Peaches 25 2 Boxes Shredded Wheat Biscuit 35 1 Gallon bucket Molasses 30 4 Cans lOc size Baking Powders 25 I Bedr in mind that the above prices are for CASH Nothing charged t YRJ Thanking you for past patronage and soliciting a continuance of the 1same I am yours respectfully CLEVE ILER Hartford Kentuckyt I European trip and Miss Alice who is ambitious for him and determined not to interfere with his political prospects is willing to put ofT the journey even until next autumn After the wedding the young couple will after a short visit to Mrs Longworth rent a furnished house here and will also spend some timeI at the White House Mr Long worth is anxious to bring his bride to his home city Cincinnati and he is planning such a trip just as soon us things lull a little in congress during the post Lenten season Wash Strlnetield Again in Custody Wash Stringfield was arrested theI latter part of last week by Deputy Sheriff Sam Keown and lodged in jail on a charge of wi fe beating He had been in before on this charge but had been released on bond but on the calling of the case for trial Stringfield failed to answer and his bondwas forfeited Mr James i Wysong was on the bond and tosave himself he offered a reward for the recapture of Strengficld SAFE BLOWERS Cracked Safe at Drakesboro Clew to Burglary Being Pursued Robbers entered the office of the Louisville and Atlanta Coal Company at Drakesboro Ky some time Sun day night and blew open the safe but only secured about 12 in money S A Brashcar who is in charge of the office at Drakesboro said that only a small amout of money was kept in the safe at night and the damage done was to the safe lie said thepersonsentered the office by the front door W K Williams of Owensboro secretary and treasurer of the company was notified of tho robbery lie said that they were in possesion of a clew which would be worked out at once Bloodhounds were sent for from Livermore Ky Railroad RlehtotWay The commissioners appointed by the County Court Messrs 11 H Den W M Addington and Clinton Igleheart to assess the damages to the lands of C L Warden and Dr W M Warden by reason of the proposed railroad running over same filed their report as such commiss ioners last Friday The report shows an allowance of 269 to Dr Warden and 59775 to Lee Warden The cases in which the commiss ioners have heretofore made reports have been continued from time to time and are now set for trial next Tuesday In Memory On 12 of December 1905 as the god of the day was wending his way over the eastern horizon to give light and life to this old sinful world of ours the home of Filmore King was made dark sad and lonely when the death angel come and took from the home our dear beloved Julie Roach King No more obedient daughter or affectionate sister sweeter kinder gentler or more loving wife or mother ever sat around the family hearth Aunt Julie was born October the 17 1850 She professed faith in Christ and joined the Baptist Church when quite young in which she lived a faithful member until God in his infinite wisdom called her a way Uncle Filmore its hard to break the tender cord when love has bound the heart its hard to speak the word we must for ever part A NIECE J Hartford Mill Com pany will sell you Cream of Wheat Flour at 480 per barrel smaller por tions at same rate We guarantee luHQJl goods IMPORTANT DECISIONS Judge Blrkbead Hands Down Opinions in Noted Cases Since the November term of out Circuit Court Judge Uirkhead has rendered judgment in two import ant cases he had under submission The suit of R L Boyd deputy sheriff against Sheriff C P Keown was an action by Boyd to re cover from Sheriff Keown 1800X alleged to be due for service as dep uty sheriff Sheriff Keown answered and claimed Boyd was indebted to him in the sum of 269 Judge Birkheads judgement sustains Sheriff Keowns position and the sheriff is givingjudgment against Boyd for the amount claimed 2G and cost The other case is one against V 0 Ranney and involves the legality of the license granted to him a few days before the liquor election last May to operate a saloon in Hartford The court holds that in as much as Ranney tho City Council and the County Clerk acted in good faith in issuing the license Ranney is am ply protected and that the proper method of attacting the validity of the license is by a suit in equity against the City Council the County Clerk and Ranney In other words the court holds that the wrong rem edy has been pursued to invalidate the jicense It is quite probable that the pro ceedings indicated by Judge Birk heads decision will be began MortonGriffin Wedding One of the prettiest quiet weddings of the season was that of Miss Hallie S Morton and Mr Charlie Warren Griffin which was solemnized Wed nesday afternoon at 330 oclock in the parlors of tho Third Baptist church Dr T N Campton perfor med the ceremony The parlors were tastefully decorated for the occasion The bride wore a beautiful gown of gray crepe de chene A 5 oclock dinner was served at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Samuel Morton on East Seventh street after which Mr and Mrs Griffin left on the 6 oclock train for Hartford Ky their future home The bride was one of the most popular and attractive young girls of Owensboro and the groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Henry Griffin of Hartford Ky and is a rising young business man of that placeOwens boro Messenger StevensMorton- One of the nices and most inter esting wedding of the season was solemnized at the Hartford Baptist church last Tuesday evening at eight oclock the contracting praties being Rev Chester D Stevens and Miss Florence C Morton Rev E 0 Cottrellofficiating The attendants followed by the bride and groom marched down the aisle to the nuptial altar while Miss Carrie Woerner rendered the wed ding march The bride and groom marchedout followed by the attendantsMessrs Arch Lewis Ira Bean Cleve herand Estil Park and Misses Laura Morton Lizzie Sanderfur Winona Stevens and Leona Maddox The bride was attired in white chiffon over white taffetta silk with veil The brides maids wore white Paris muslin Partnership Dissolution Owing to the election of E M Woodward to the office of County Attorney the law firm of Heavrin Woodward will dissolve partnership on Jan 1st 1906 They will each proIfesslonward will be at the County Attorneys Offce inthe Courthouse and Mr Heavrin will remain in the office on Main Street now occupied by the firm of Heavrin Woodward M L HEAVRIN E M WOODWARD COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE I Our school in progressing nicely Mrs Minnie Hocker was the guest J of Mrs James Jackson last Sunday Misses E3a Stevens Nannie Stevens Sarah Cox andHazel Brown were the guests of Elsie Hocker Sat urdayMr E W Jackson was the guest of W L Hocker Sunday The following from this place at tended the debate at Cromwell Saturday night Misses Arpha Stevens Vera Gardon Cara Gardon Ethel Coleman Georgie Gordon Messrs S S Stevens J P Coleman Esker Coleman Lawrence Allen W S Taylor Robert Swain A V Leach InMemory- The dark Hand of Death visited the home of Mr and Mrs Hiram Huff of near Fordsville Friday December 15th and took from their happy home circle their loving son Jasper Hr aged 16 years who fell a victim of pneumonia a few days ago Jasper wasa light to his home and a token of Gods love He leaves quite a number of friends and rela tives to mourn his demise He has done his part of the battle with old mother earth and gone to dwell in that celestial land of beauty and roam through the gardens of Para dice with the angels of peace and love where he will know no pain or suffering through a long eternity A FRIEND L F M License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last issue John A Bates Renfrow age 18 to Bertha Gray Renfrow age 13 Ira D Daniel Olaton age 22 to Rhoda M Daniel Rosine age 17 V R Dabney Horton age 19 to Eddie Bryant Rosine age 17 R B Herrel Hartford age 30 to Maude B Black Hartford age 24 W Oiler Basham Fordsville age 20 to Julias Babbit Fordsville age 16 John Kissinger Jingo ago 21 to Crocia Cooper Jin go age 19 Dean Kirk Fordsville age 24 t6 Katie Carson Fordsville age 17 C D Stevens Hartford age 24 to Florence C Morton Hartford age 25 B C Dowell Render age 44 to Bertha Blue Render age 19 G Patton Horton age 20 to Liz IF Allen Hartford age 19 r HER PHYSICIANS DESPAIRED ADVISED CHANGE OF CLIMATE Peruna Used as a Last Resort Cured Her of a Severe Attack of Catarrh of the Lungs i Mrsij i Acquaintances Mrs Ida Caldwoll bee Pearl street Sioux City la VlcePrcsldent Order df i ashlngtonwrl1esri the res plnrtory organs off and on for the last I three years until I thought it was I chronic My chest and lungs were Ir I rltated and I had to use the greatest I care not to expose myself to chilly air I or dampness as it increased my troubles My physician advised me to try a change of climate but I was unable to leave my family Reading of the won dcrful cures performed by Pemna I bought bottle lilt was with the greatest satisfaction that found It the one medicine among them all which cured me I was relieved within three days and after two months and a half the Irritation was gone my lungs perfectly healed and my health retoredIda Caldwell Thousands of women owo their lives to Peruna Hundreds of thousands owe their health to Peruna Hundreds of thousands are praising reruns in every state of the Union We have many thousands of letters from grateful women with permission to use them in public print which can never be used for want of space Catarrh would not be such a curse In this country If thepeople thoroughly understand Its nature It must be treatedat once toprevent It from mak ing Inroads upon vital organs If you suffer from catarrh buy Pe runs today for a day gained on tho enemy catarrh means a daynearer recovery dnWe havo on file many thousand test monials like the one given here We can only give our readers a slight gllmpso of tho vast array of unsolicited endorsements we are receiving Noother phy sician in the world hog received such s volnmeof enthusiastic letters of thanks M Dr Hartman for Peruna Ask Your Druggist for Free Poruna Almanac for 1 9O61 Christmas PresentsFOR HIM AND HER AT LONG COSECONOMY 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 pros pective housekeeper and those that are already housekeepers 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 HARTBORD EN 1UCAY W0WW tar t r c 1 tJltttforb Rtpublicttn t Fine Jab Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a ear i VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 1905 No 23 s MISS ALICE ROOSEVELT To Wed Congressman Nlchola- Longworth on the 17 of Next February M Washington Dec 16 Representa tive tongworth spent the afternoo- at the White House where som friends had been asked to congratulate Miss Roosevelt and himself- They also had the pleasure of seeing the very handsome diamond ring fwhich Mr Longworth has long had in readiness for the emergency which J he faced yesterday It is a hoop of diamonds perfectly matched stones five in number and a dull gold band Miss Roosevelt is having reset and will present to her fiance the famous S pearl ring which was presented her by the sultan of Sulu It was an nounced today to the friends who called to extend congratulations that the wedding will be on February 17 probably at 4 oclock though this latter fact is not quite decided- It is also likely that Miss Roosevelt will wear her mothers wedding gown which has been carefully pre served for her by her grandmother Mrs George C Lee of Brookline Ias3 This gown was to have been 1the one worn by Miss Roosevelt when she made her debut four years ago Mrs Roosevelt dissuaded her from this and advised her to keep the gown for just such an occasion as that set for February Miss Roosevelt drove to the capi tol today with Representative Long worth in the smart high cart which Jjer father gave her about a year ago She did not alight however t f to receive the congratulations of the assembled statesmen but after a smiling goodbye to her future hus band drove back to the White House where she had been busy all day answering telephone calls and tele gramsAs little more than two months remain for the wedding and the details are being hurried somewhat Mr Longworth is still unable to say whether he can get away for a long A I NEW YEARS PRESEN- TFOR ALL r To show my appreciation for the liberal patronage bestowed upon me in the past I will sell GROCERIES at the following LOW CASH PRICES commencing Thursday December 28 1905 and continuing 3 I days I 3 Cans lOc size Royal Baking P 25 13 Pounds Mich handpicked Beans 50 8 Pounds Rice 25 U 2 Boxes Cocoa 45 3 Packages mboBlulng 10 2 Boxes Tacks 05 2 Pounds best Cream Cheese 35 1 3Ply Broom 15 1 4Ply Broom 20 1 Cake Bakers Chocolate 20 G Boxes Brazil Cocanut 25 2 Packages Soda 05 1 Barrel Golden Rod Flour 500 1 Barrel Cream of Wheat at 475 19 Pounds White Sugar 100 7 Packages Arbuckles Coffee 100 f 8 Pounds Roasted Coffee 100 7 Cans Corn 50 f 13 Cakes Big Deal Soap 50 1 Pound SOcTea 50 1 Pound Black Tea 30 3 Cans Dried Beef 35 Cakes Lenox Soap I 25 YG Boxes Potted Ham 25 3 Cans Salmons 25 3 Pounds Evaporated Peaches 25 rr 2 Boxes Shredded Wheat Biscuit 35 1 Gallon bucket Molasses 30 2 4 Cans lOc size Baking Powders 25 f Bettr in mind that the above prices are for CASH Nothing charged gY Thanking you for past patronage and soliciting a continuance of the same I am yours respectfully CLEVE ILEa Hartford Kentucky lr lYw S4 European trip and Miss Alice who is ambitious for him and determined politicalSjourney even until next autumn After the wedding the young couple MrsjLongworthsome e Longeto to his home city Cincinnati and his planning such a trip just as soo us things lull a little in congress during the post Lenten season Wash Strlngtleld Again in Custody Wash Stringfield was arrested the latter part of last week by Deputy Sheriff Sam Keown and lodged in jail on a charge of wi fe beating lie had been in before on this charg- but had been released on bond but on the calling of the Case for Stringfield failed to answer and bond was forfeited Mr Jame- Wysnng was on the bond and to save himself he offered a reward for the recapture of Strengfield SAFE BLOWERS Cracktd Safe at Drakesboro Clew to Burglary Being Pursued Robbers entered the office of the Louisville and Atlanta Coal Company at Drakcsboro Ky some time Sun day night and blew open the safe but only secured about 12 in money- S A Brashear who is in charge o the office at Drakesboro said that only a small amout of money was kept in the safe at night and the damage done was to the safe Ho said the persons entered the office by the front door W R Williams of Owensboro secretary and treasurer of the company was notified of the robbery He said that they were in possesion of a clew which would be worked out at once Bloodhounds were sent for from Livermore Ky Railroad RlghtotWay The commissioners appointed by the County Court Messrs tt H Bean W M Addington and Clinton Igleheart to assess the damages to the lands of C L Warden and Dr W M Warden by reason of the proposed railroad running over same filed their report as such commiss ioners last Friday The report shows an allowance of 269 to Dr Warden and 59775 to Lee Warden The cases in which the commiss ioners have heretofore made reports have been continued from time to time and are now set for trial next Tuesday In Memory On 12 of December 1905 as the god of the day was wending his way over the eastern horizon to give light and life to this old sinful world of ours the home of Filmore King was made dark sad and lonely when the death angel come and took from the home our dear beloved Julie Roach King No more obedient daughter or affectionate sister sweeter kinder gentler or more loving wife or mother ever sat around the family hearth Aunt Julie was born October the 17 1850 She professed faith in Christ and joined the Baptist Church when quite young in which she lived a faithful member until God in his infinite wisdom called her a way Uncle Filmore its hard to break the tender cord when love has bound the heart its hard to speak the word we must for ever part A NIECE Hartford Mill Com pany will sell you Cream of Wheat Flour at 8480 per barrelsmaller portions at same rate We guaranteejaicQur U goods w ai + N 2 IMPORTANT DECISIONS i Judge Birkbead Hands Down Opinions In Noted Cases Since the November term of our Circuit Court Judge Birkhead has Importideputynwas an action by Boyd to re cover from Sheriff Keown 180000 alleged to be due for service as dep uty sheriff Sheriff Keown answered and claimed Boyd was indebted to him in the sum of 269 Judge Birkheads judgement sus tains Sheriff Keowns position and againsteBoyd for the amount claimed 269 and cost 0sthe granted to a days before the liquor election last May to operate a saloon in Hartford The court holds that in as much as Ranney the City Council and the County Clerk acted in good faith in issuing the license Ranney is am ply protected and that the proper method of attacting the validity of the license is by a suit in equity against the City Council the County Clerk and Ranney In other words the court holds that the wrong remedy has been pursued to invalidate the license It is quite probable that the pro Birkf MortonGriffin Wedding One of the prettiest quiet weddings of the season was that of Miss Hallie S Morton and Mr Charlie Warren Griffin which was solemnized Wed nesday afternoon at 330 oclock in the parlors of tho Third Baptist church Dr T N Campton perfor med the ceremony The parlors were tastefully decorated for the occasion The bride wore a beautiful gown of gray crepe de chene A 5 oclock dinner was served at the home of Mrs4Samuelstreet after which Mr and Mrs Griffin left on the 6 oclock train for Hartford Ky their future homeI The bride was one of the most popular and attractive young girls of Owensboro and the groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Henry Griffin of Hartford Ky and is a rising young business man of that placeOwens boro Messenger StevensMorton One of the nices and most interesting wedding of the season was solemnized at the Hartford Baptist church last Tuesday evening at eight oclock the contracting praties being Rev Chester D Stevens andI Miss Florence C Morton Rev E 0 Cottrell officiating The attendants followed by the bride and groom marched down theI aisle to the nuptial altar while MissI Carrie Woerner rendered the wed ding march The bride and groom marchedout followed by the attendantsMessrs- Arch Lewis Ira Bean Clove Her and I Estil Park and MissesLaurnMortonI Lizzie and Leona Maddox The bride was I attired in white chiffon over white taffetta silk with veil The bridesmaids I wore white Paris muslin I Partnership Dissolution j Owing to tho election of E MI Woodward to the office of County 4 Attorney the law firm of Heavrin Woodward will dissolve partnership will each t I Projfession I neys Offce inthe Courthouse and Mr Heavrin will remain in the office on Main Street now occupied by the firm of HeaVrin WoodwardIM L HEAVRIN 4 E M W09DWARDI COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE L Our school in progressing nicely Mrs Minnie Hocker was the guest of Mrs James Jackson last Sunday Misses E3a Stevens Nannie Stevens Sarah Cox andjlazel Brown were the guests of Elsie Hocker Sat urday Mr E W Jackson was the guest of W L Hocker SundayIThe following tended the debate at Cromwell Saturday night Misses Arpha StecnslVera Gardon Cara SISColeman Lawrence Allen W S Taylor RobertSwain A V Leach InMemoryIThe dark Hand of Deathvisited the home of Mr and Mrs Hiram Huff of near Fordsville Friday December 15th and took from their happy home circle their loving son Jasper Hiaged 16 years who fell a victim of pneumonia a few days ago Jasper wasa light to his home and a token of Gods love He leaves quite a number of friends and relay hasjdonemother earth and gone to dwell in that celestial land of beauty and roam through the gardens of Para and1lovesuffering through a longet A FRIEND L rnityI License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk MS I Ragland since our last issueIJohn A Bates Renfrow age 18 to Bertha Gray Renfrow age 13 i Ira D Daniel Olaton age 22 to Rhoda 11 Daniel Rosine age 17 V R Dabney Horton age 19 to Eddie Bryant Rosine age 17 R B Herrel Hartford age 30 to Maude B Black Hartford age 24 W Oiler Basham i BabbitlFordsville Jingo ago 21 to Crocia Cooper Jin go age 19 Dean Kirk Fordsville age 24 to Katie Carson Fordsville age 17 C D Stevens Hartford age 24 to Florence C Morton Hartford age 25 B C Dowell Render age 44 to Bertha Blue Render age 19 F G Patton Horton age 20 to Liz Eie Allen Hartford age 19 ay r HER PHYSICIANS DESPAIRED I ADVISED CHANGE OF CLIMATE t i Peruna Used as a Last Resort Cured Her of f a Severe Attack of Catarrh of the Lungs s The Sensational Cure of Mrs Caldwell Is the Talk of tier Acquaintances Mr Ida Caldwell COO Pearl street Sioux City la VlcoPresldent Order of Washlngtonwrltcsf the res piratory organs off and on for the last threo until I thought it was chronic My chest and lungs were Ir rltated and I had to use the greatest care not to expose myself to chilly air or dampness as it increased my troubles My physician advised me to try a change of climate but I was unable to leave my family Reading of the won derful cures performed by Pcruoa I bought a bottle Itwas with the greatest satisfaction that I found It the one reIlIevedgone mylungs perfectly healed and my health restored Ida Caldwell Thousands of women owe their lives to Peruna Hundreds of thousands owe their health to Peruna Hundreds of thousands are praising Peruna in every state of the Union We have many thousands of letters from grateful women with permission to use them in public print which can never be used for want of space Catarrh would not be such a curse In this country Itthe people thoroughly understand Its nature It must be treatedat once toprevent It from mak ing Inroads upon vital organs If you suffer from catarrh buy Po nina today for a day gained on the elrccovcWe have on file many thousand testis monials like the one given here Wo can only give our readers a slight gllmpso of tho vast array of unsolicited endorsements we are receiving No other phy f sician in the world hu received such a volume of enthusiastic letters of thanks U Dr Hartman for Poruna Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1 9O61 Christmas PresentsFOR HM AND HER AT LONG rCOSECO- NOMY STORE Something useful appropriate highclass acceptable Something entirely correct and at the right price While we have Toys and Dolls for the little oneswe have something more useful for the prospective housekeeper and those that are already housekeepers 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 Linen Handkerchiefs most all styles andprice a big lot of Silk Suspenders in separate boxes Gloves for Ladies and Gentlemen SweatersI Cloaks and Furs for all Christmas Table Linensand Counterpanes Dresser Scarfs and Table Covers A big line of Rugs Draperies a nice line of highclass Silverware some nice souvenir Kentucky 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 I Wishing every one a merry Christmas and a happy New Year we are yours trul- yLONG CO Economy Store HARTFORDj ICENTUCIY I 4 Y 1TIMBER WOLVES Are Captured Within Thirty Miles of Indianapolis That there are wolves within thir ty miles of ludianapolia is a state ment that will be doubted by thou sands of citizens in the great ard 1progressive state of Indiana Ytt is true Indianapolis hunters armed with bird shot intended for the elusive quail came across three wolves o n the farm of John Oursley two and a half miles southwest of Peoga Brown County and about thirty miles from Indianapolis yesterday By strategy they captured one of the animals a timber wolf as large as a setter dog and they showed the an imal in Washington streetl J E Clark the superintendant of the Indianapolis Gun Club and Jack Abrams of 2119 West Washington street drove to Brown County on a quail hunting expedition They sighted the wolves on the Oursley farm and they went after them thinking they were large foxes Two of the animals were some distance away and they scampered over the hills and escaped The third wolf was chased by Clarks setter dog and the wolf after a mile run took refuge in a hollow log It held the setter at bay until the hunters came up It was desired to capture the ani mal alive and still thinking it a fox one of the men went after Oursleya blanket and ah ax A hole was chopped in the top of the log and a smallstilk was used in prodding out the wolf It finally ran out of the End of the log and Abraws fell on it with the blanket A lively fight fol lowed and the three men finally over powered the animal by chocking it- t They then tied and muzzled it securelyDuring the fight the men realized for the first time that they were struggling with a strong wolf and not a fox The animal had been slightly wounded with a load of shot that one of the men fired at it during j the chase The wolf was placed in a wagon and brought to the city A metal muzzle was purchased at i Habichs sporting goods store in- tivashingtonstteetandtheanimalwasj held until it could be adjusted A curious crown collected to see the animal as it lay suarling and growl ing in the wagon The men finally carried the wolf into the store for i a better inspection Clark said he attempt to save the animals life and keep it as a pet The wolf was cov ered with a thick coat of gray hair If your digestion bad the vital andcgrow weak Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what t 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 Griffin Bros A Homesick Pig A farmer living down toward Harvard says the Kennebec Me t Journal had a most knowing pig which he sold to a little islander took his prize in a boat to his 1home at the island Safely shut up t spacious pig pen was this new inmate of the family and the farmer man went peacefully to rest much content with his new purchase- In the morning the pen was empty and no little pig could be found on the the island Some time after ward he went again to town and there saw the first owner of the lost one Ive lost my pig he gloomily announced I know it chuck led his friend Hes down to my house came back the next morning What had that homesick little pig don lint swam across two rivers the Little island river ad the Ken nebec walked across Big Little island trotted down the two miles of roadon the Richmond choir andI iuay pixscnted himself to hi naer footsore ant hungry lint mighty glad to be home once more No Secret About It It is no secret that for cuts burn ulcers fever sores sore eyes boils etc nothing is so iFcctivc as B JcMenifArnica Salve It didnt take long to cure a bad sore I had and it is all 0 K for sore eyes vrifM IX L Gregory of Hope Tex i 5c rt 7 t vneGriTnBros drug store I Fairs Basement-A place where you can buy anything you want at a price lower than can be found 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 Christmas TowelsA fine selection of satin Damash Tow els in plain White or Fancy borders fringed All at most reasonable prices Also beautiful line of napkins and table Linens Just a present that would suit a queens tas- teFairsReadyMade A select line of the very latest Cloth cut and made according to the correct winter styles Wo have gone through the stock and made some low prices for ourI Christmas trade You could buy noth ing nicer for a present Fairs UnderwearSomething serviceable for a present Just what men folks need A great variety at prices to please every one Fairs MillineryOur Christmas specials are Hats of beauty We mean to close out the en tire line before NEW YEAR Price no object We must turn them into cash So if its stylish goods at a low price come at once to us Fairs Furs The prettiest and cheapest line in Hartford bought with the view of pleas ing Christmas shoppers Surely nothing would bo more appreciated than NICE FURS Price need not worry you for we have them at any price Come in Brown Gray and Black See the line airs Overcoats A substantial present for your husband or son Something they would appreciate Fairs are the correct lylo at the right price Santo style in- Childs or youths Visit us Sure to please you Fairs Umbrellas A line especially for Christmas Beautiful handles and a nice quality of Silk Price in reiifh of all See the line CHRISTMASI 4- TFAIRS This should be a season of great rejoicing blessed as we are with bountiful crops and witheverything that should make a people happy we should all join in making CHRISTMAS 1905 one of general gayety Now that Fairs may add to this joyous occasion they have made their usual arrangements with SANTA CLAUS for his entire outfit Amore gorgeous dis plap of gifts for both young and old could be gotten up by no one except our partner Santa Claus Dont make a mistakebutbringthe children directio ourstore ANY TIME BETWEEN NOW AND DECEMBER 25that we may show them the most magnificent selection ofToys and substantial gifts found in Ohio county FAIRS DOLLS It is an undisputed fact that we curry the best assort ment of Dolls to be 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 FAIRS TOY DOM For years we have been trying to do our part in making Christmas an occasion special interest to the little folks This year we want to make the banner one To do this it takes extra effort on our part This we have made by purchasing an extra assortment of Toys such as Trunks SledsCarts Chairs Air Rifles Cardboard Pictures Wash Sets Doll Furniture Toilet Sets Dishes Tin Tea Sets Magic Lanterns Roller Chimes Toy Watches Sad Irons Bell Rattlers Cellu loid Rattlers Tin Rattlers Tops Mechanical ToysTin Toys Wool Animals Child Sets Bell Toys Trumpets Steam Engines Push Toys Pianos Wash Stands Bu reaus Side Boards Shoo Flies Bicycles Wagons etc Too many to go into further details Bring the chil dren to see them FAIRS CHRISTMAS HANDKERCHIEFS Nothing nicer or more useful I for a lady or gentleman than a nice Kerchief Our lino for theI Holidays is the prettiest that we have had for years Price will be a ndelllllco to no one for they are found in our store all qualities at lily price you wish Dont pass our Handker chief Department LADIES CHRISTMAS COLLARS- A superb lino of an endless variety selected especially for the Holiday season no one could look through this stock without admiring their beauty Nothing could be more desirablo for a present than a dainty Collar Call and see the line ieos Fairs China In this we have made an extra effort to get something to please you Wo know full well the value of snchI gifts both as ornaments and service Our line contains Plates Cups and 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 G We have VasesReclining Babies Ash Trays Match Holders China Baskets China Chaiis Easels Candleabras etc A great assortment Call and see them Fairs Sugges tion For Men Silk Suspenders Fine Neckwear nice J Wool Mufller handsome Silk Umbrella i dozen pairs Black Cashmere Soxi Leather Suit Case Collar and Cnfl Box Cigar Cases 1 dozen Linen Collars Pair Fine Shoes No trouble to buy for men Their wants are many Just of the above will please themii Fairs Books i To say that our assortment of Books i both for juveniles and older folks is the best in Hartfordwill not be exaggerating i All the late Books for adults at most rea I sonable price For the little folks books from the Linen Primer up to the higher price board backs Give our Book De partment your special attention Sure j to please you I 9Fordesirable gift than one of our fine Rugs an ornament to any home They come in a variety of colors in Smyrna Moquette I iyouc Fairs JewelryaA beautiful line of specialties for Christmas such as Collar Buttons Guff Buttons Rings Mnceabeo Pins Knights of Pythias and Masonic Pins Watch J Charms Chains Stick Pins Hilt Pins Brooch Pins etc Look at our line before making your purchase i Fairs Cloaks Nothing nicer or more suitable for a present Wo have all the latest styles and shades Dont buy a last years gar thelatestJ J t MONTHLY CROP REPORT Operate in the Interest of Specu lators Says the A S of E Want it Discontinued The following resolutions were passed by the American Society of Equity at its Annual Meeting at In dianapolis Ind October 2325 1905 delegates representing the organized farmers in nineteen states being in attendanceWhereas One of the functions of the Department of agriculture is tissue monthly crop reports or esti mate of the condition and probably yields of the chief crops produced in this country and Whereas These reports are based on observation made about two weeks before they are made public which makes it possible for the con ditions to have changed for better or worse and- 1lhereas Conditions may change several times and very materially after one of these reports and effect the final outcome of the crop quite contrary to the preliminary estimate andWhereas These reports if issued for any good purpose should be in the interest of the farmers but as they are always too late for the farmers to take advantage of them to decrease or increase the acreage or if they indicate a very small yield the farmers are powerless to do any thing to increase or decrease their crops and- Whereas the reliability of these reports is questionable as reguarda accuracy and as regards the final outcome of the crops can bo more than guesses and Whereas These reports are eagerly awaited for by speculators and do affect prices temporarily and varia be toward low ble one month may er prices and the next for the higher pricesthus fanning the fiire of speculation keeping legitimate business unsettled and have a tendency to affect the prices of growing crops months before they mature or the yield and condition can possibly be known and- Whereas They have never been known to be a benefit to farmers but they arc purely in the interest of speculationsTherefore be it Resolved First That the Department of Agriculture discontinue its monthly crop reports Second That it issue only one re port a year and that at times when the crop can be accurately measured or closely estimated and after it is safe from material danger in quanti ty or quality Third That a copy of these reso lutions be sent to Hon James Wil son Secretary of Agriculture to the President of the United States to all farmers institutes to all farm pa pers and to the leading metropolitan papers of the country Fourth That enough copies be printed to put in the hands of all delegates in attendance at this con vention to be sent to all the news papers they subscribe for with the request that they publish Respectfully submitted W G Scott Minnesota A B Peters Mis souri P Anthony Virginia V A Claburn Alabama A K Fineout Michigan Doafnes 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 a rumbling sound or inperfect hear ing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases Out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surface We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cure by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars free F J CHENEY iCo Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation A loves Letter The other day in JPittsburg a L f aariaesuitQitretnendn ous proportions stopped at the door of the court and he shelled out a gorgeous check bearing five fig uresHe was not afraid of the law Hr had a square jaw and was a hers fighter But when itcame to having his letters read in court he wilted So would most men if similarly situ ated That is where the girl get even with the man who trifles wits her affections Did you ever writs love letters Did you ever see then long afterward and turn from their foolishness in a perfect spasm of selfderisionA letters arc about four times as foolish as a womans She is a specialist in love business He is an amateur There is nothing so awful to a man as being laughed at The woman is used to it Besides she is an actress by nature and can brave it out But the man lurnIIJlnksquashy wording of those love notes fSULTANS COSTLY DINNERS Five Thousand Dollars Every Day in the Year for the Royal Fooo Thesultan of Turkeys dinner cost him 5000 a day The table is of silver and it is said to be the most exquisite spacimen of the silversmiths art that the world containsThe are brought in upon the heads of jublakiars or cooks assistants and each dish is covered and sealed with the royal seal There are always 50 or more dishes andall ire set before the sultan at the same time He cats usually from about six Though the sultan is himself a total abstainer the finest vintage wines ire always offered to such guests as line at the place Every dish the ruler partakes of is first tasted in tho kitchen by the grand vizier lest it be poisoned and it is immediately thereafter that itsI sealing takes place Always before ic can fall to on a dish the sultan freak the seal It is not because he eats 5000 worth of food himself that the sul ans dinner bill is so expensive He eats as a matter of fact no more han half a dollars worth But the quests and retainers who dine at his jxpensej number daily several thous sndSEED TIMEticexperienced farmer has learned that some grains require far differ ent soil than others some need differ- enthandling thanothers He knows that a great deal depends upon right planting at the right time and that the soil must be kept enriched No use of complaining in summer about Q mistake made in the spring Decide before the seed is planted lii besttime to reme dy wasting conditions in the human body is be fore the evil is too deep rooted At the first evidence of loss of flesh Scotts Emulsion should be taken imme diately There is nothing that will repair wasted tissue more quickly or replace lost flesh more abundantly than Scotts Emulsion It nourishes and builds up the body when ordinary foods absolutely Wt Wi tend yea timfU frtt Be fore that till picture In the form of a la on the wrapper of every Rmulelon you buy SCOTTCBV BOWNECHEMISTS lOg Pearl Street I NEW YORK soc Cod ail all drugguUC 1yy I TOBACCO GROWERS Will Form an Organization to Reduce Acreagge for 1906 Owtntlioro Inqalrt- rDcfinit steps have been taken to organize tobacco growers who for one reason or another have not join ed tho A S of E This combination will include several of the heaviest growers in the country ten of who have already signed the agreement It is certain that several others of the influential tobacco raisers will sign A meeting is to beheld at the courthouse on Saturday December 23 at 10 a m for the purpose of perfecting the organization ando agreeing as to acreage of reduction and other matters The agreement that is being sign ed is as follows We the undersigned tobacco growers of Daviess county realizing that plans are being made alread for the planting of the tobacco cro for the year of 1906 and appreciat ing the fact that if the price is to be kept up the supply must be kept down not to exceed the consumption Also appreciating the fact that some one will be induced by the fact of the prices paid for the 1905 crop to plant a large crop in 1906 have decided to call a meeting at the courthouse in Owensboro on December 23 1905 for the purpose of advising amongst ourselves as to the best ways and means of about the results set fourth abovet While everybody who raises tobacco- is wanted and welcome we desire especially to have those who have not in the past affiliated with the A of E to whom every man who grows a pound of tobacco owes the present rise in price to meet with us and join in the movement inaugurated by the A S of E last year to curtail the acerage of tlbaccov There is no case of Indigestion j Dyspepsia or Stomach Trouble that will not yield to the digestive and strengthening influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy takes the strain off the stomach by digest ing what you eat and allowing it to rest until it grows strong again Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and affords quick and permanent relief from Indigestion and all stomach troubles Sold by7slVayne Griffin Bros Scotch Collie Does Chores One of the most intelligent dogs in the State is a Scotch collie lowned by Gilbert H Le Place of Deep River says a Winsted Conn tele gram to the New York World To earn his brekfost the dog each morni ing fills the wood box carrying oneI tick at a time in his mouth from the wood pile outside into the kitch en He also notifies members of the household when the telephone rings If they are outdoors or calling onj neighbors There are several sub scribers on the line but the dog can iistinguish the La Place call one ong and three short rings from the others Huge Task It was a hugh task to undertake the cure of such a bad case of kidney disease as that of C F Collier of Cherokee la but Electrie Bitters did it He writes My Kidneys were so far gone I could not sit on EI chair without a cushion and suffj eres from dreadful backache head ache and depression In Electric Bitters however I found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health I recommend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros druggist price 50c BIsraarks Nickname The nickname which Bismark got from one of his own speeches Thec nan of blood Iron was the outgrowth of a misquotation whichc ike many other errors of the same sort is more euphonious than the brm the author used In a speech afore the Budget Committee of the russian house of Delegates in1 62- thegreatGennanemplrebuilder deE dared thatthe condition of affairs in German cojild not be improved as it needed to be by speeches and reso utionsbut onlyjby iron and blood Popular usage simply turned the cords around and made blood and briefeststatcrnentAla n k f of the accepted view of Bismark nature in the later years of his power DeWitts Witch Haze Salve cool soothes and heals cuts burns boil bruises piles and all skin diseases K E Zikefoose Adolph W Va says My little daughter hay white swelling so bad that piece nf ter piece of bone worked out of her leg DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured her It is the best healing Salve in the world Beware of WnynlmGriffin Bros asSURVIVED 15 HUSBANDS Ana Dies atThe Age of One Hun dred and Thrty Three Los AhfIPO Cal bUputch One hundred and thirtythrei years was the age of Caroline Rogers who died here if the positive state ments of her relatives can be believ documenpwomans age was as represented but that she was far beyond the century markseems to admit of no doubt Perhaps the best proof she was the oldest woman in the world is the age of some ofher relatives At her funeral the chief mourner was a grandson of the deceased himself a wrinkled whitehaired nearly seventy years of age There was also a granddaughter aged sixtyfive and these mourners were comforted by own children one of whom is herself a grandmother The deceased left a daughter age ninety who resides in San Diago and other daughters who reside in various places in the South Mrs Rogers according to the statements of her relatives was born in Mobile or near there on Marh 17 1772 It was also stated that she married fifteen times Her last died many years ago During the last fifteen years the old woman had lived quietly with her relatives here devoting her time to ministering to the sick as long as she was able to go from house to house Among those who knew her she was much belovad Strange Stories of Mysterious Warnings Given in DreamsI Some of the strangest stories in the annals of crime are those which tell of the part dreams have played in the discovery of criminals One spring day in 1880 a farm laborer when passing a lonely mountain lake Sutherlandshird saw in the waters a dead body which wnen rescued proved to be that of a wellknown peddler who had mysteriously van isedabout a month earlier The body bore marks of violence the pockets were empty and it was clear that the poor fellow had been brutally murdered and robbedbut by whom That was a mystery which for many a week completely defied elucidationsOnenight however Kenneth Fraser a tailors assistant saw in a dream the cottage of a man named Hugh Macleod and heard a voice say in Gaelic The peddlers pack is lying in a cairn of stones in a hole near this house He told the story of his singular dream to the authorities who accompanied him to Macleods house and there sure enough beneath a heap of stones the murdered mans property was found Macleod was arrested confessed and was execut edAnother very remarkable story is told of a tragedy in Ireland One evening two strangers presented themselves at a wayside inn near Portland and after taking refreshments continued their tramp in the direction of Carrickon Sulr The incident was commonplace enough but it led to startling development- for in the wayfarers the landlady of the inn recognized two men of whom she had dreamed a very strange dream the night befare In her drean she had seen one of them kill the other with a cowards bbw behind rifle the pockets of the dead man and stealthily bury him beneath hedge So impressed was her husband when this dream was told him that he made his way to the spot indicated there discovered the body of the buried man The assassin was pursued and arrested and at the ensuing assizes was sentenced to death 0zc ft X A ICA flto KiudYee zP Haw Knit BowN u law It t l Jo t 1 lire I gefablepCcrarationrorAs1slmi1ating IPromoles 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FreeItGun liol hublaronoatID6Io prowr eILtuedmmetrastnToqLOW poitart mis It Crack Shot sa RStEAtEAt1wrut torear mr kiLK lUU1LhIYwtaa- CY ree d It 1 awl rplptd- J BTEVBJJS ARMS k TOOL Co- P O Dodoes CHICOPEE FALLS UASa DSX Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 100 per year in idynnce BALES CASTORIA Alway of Year- sCASIORIA 11e 0RAuc SONMI better attend 250 twelve the i Low One Wa i Colonist Ratey I Via i Big Four Route To CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON lwit IDAHO MONTAN UTAH au4 Intermediate tcrrUor yl i TIckotM on Sale Mch I to May IB For full information and particulars nsto rates tickets etc call 01 agentB1gFour Route or address the undersigned I WAUKKN J fcTNfH 0 P VT A- Clnclaaatl Ohio 8 J dATES Oeoal tent e Loatttlle Ry VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer andtlptsStopscolor to tray hair fifty years uJrrM 1iJiU41SrzR Marrii ice It r 2 d t Hartford Republican boned br the Hartford 1nhtlehlogCotnpna- ypecanrnluLo1 C K SMITH Idl lo- rTESFSIOI7E7 czn rlnH3Touch 1 r33-p FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 f ONLY about 6000 bills have been- introduced in Congress to date I is suggested as quite probable tha a few of these will not be enacted in lawsRWHILE the spirit that moved t0 action the Circuit Judge and grand jury of Knox countyis probably noi 4 to be commendedtheir investigation t into vote buying and vote sellin should be the signal for just such in quiry in every county in the State I TilE Southern Medical College As f sociationat a meeting held at Louis ville recently adopted a rule provid ing higher qualification for students entering medical schools 1908 diplomas or certificates ofgrad uation from a recognized preparatory school will be required TilE Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court announced Monday that the argument of th Caleb Powers case would be heard January 15th The court has never passed on any of the questions in volved in the case and will not for a some time after the argument is heardS promptness with which Gov ernor Beckham responded by offer ing a 1500 reward for the arrest of the three Noble brothers to I t Hargis simple request for same is f significent of the fact the wily Judge of bloody Breathitt still stands in with and is still a part of the Democratic machine I COL C 11 BARNETT is being quite favorably considered by Republican members of the Legislature for the honor of caucus nominee for United 1 States Senator Mr Barnett is one of our best Republicans and an in dorsement by the Republican mem bers of the Legislature would befitting a compliment deservedly be stowed a TilE Teachers Institute held here t r from 5 to 9 inst is conceded by all It connected with it to have been the F best ever held in the county Dr J Kinnaman is accorded the distinc tion of being the most able and valuable instructor the teachers ever State Supt of Public Instruc 1had Jas H Fuqua who was pres t delivered an able address and presented the diplomas to the common school graduates on Friday ev ening Ohio county came up with r one hundred twentytwo graduates We were informed by Supt Fuqua that this is more than twice as many as any other county in the State ArronnEvGEiERALMoonvsopin ion holding that midshipmen cannot be dismissed from the Naval Accade my on a charge of hazing except by the interposition of a courtmartial does not in the least excuse the barbarously brutal practice and Con I gress should pass a law at once giv ing the Secretary of War or some responsible personage the right and 1make it his duty to clear out such midshipmen or other appointees to the Naval Accademy whose brutal and barbarous instincts overshadow their manhood to that extent they will be a party to the perpetration of inJt I r rank termed hazing RENDER IDec 19Estill Butler son of I Dyspepsia k an indication that the stomach and other digestive orieend of aches and pains and E h most common where people bolt their meals mi C hurry end worry as they do in this countr- yHootTsSarsaDarifla cures dys iait has 1ilnagictouch m this disease of remarkable cure I tend for Book an Dyspepsia No 5- C L Hood Co Moss t t AjjersBald I I Then its probably too late You neglected dandruff If you had only taken our ad vice you would have cured I Vigortthe dandruff saved your hair and added much to It If not entirely bald now is your opportunity Improve it I bare iiifil ItnlrYlcor fur amlteon 1 am now Arn and bore a heavy growth of rich Itrowu belt due I tbluken tlralj to A Hair Vlcnr tins M A KKITH Itelterllte 111 cngJ r Good Hair I Elmore Butler of McHenry and I Miss Josie Maddox daughter of the late Lewis Maddox of McHenry- r were married at the residence of L E Herrel last Wednesday evening at 630 oclock Both are popular young people and we wish them much JOY and happiness throughout their mar ried life Rev E W Coaklcy of Beaver Dam said the words that oneIwas in Central City last Thursday Mesdames Jno S Spence H B Innis and McDowell Fair were in Beaver Dam last Saturday E E Burton spent the day in Prentis last Sunday Rev L P Drake Centertown preached here last Sunday IMcssrs L T Millard and L E Herrel went to Owensboro yesterday on business for the U M W of A C K Reneer Centertown was here yesterday Miss Nellie Harris has returned from Prentis after an extended visitRev N C Robison is holding n ser ies of meetings at Lone Star church He reports much success I will close by wishing THE RErun LICAN a merry Christmas and a hap py and prosperous New Year The Hartford Mill Companys Flour can be had at their advertised rates at the following stores J C Her U S Carson Carson Co Thom as Bros A De White and Hoover Bros The n IROXEY just closed under the direction of the pastor J H Embry assisted by G W Dame there were twentytwo conversions and the entire membership greatly revived there has al ready been fourteen united with the church This being the fourth year for the pastor we trust it will be the bestMisses Lou and Edna Leach visit ed Miss Lee Stevens and attended j the meeting several days last week Sam Rafety was a pleasant caller at this place Sunday Tompson Black will move to Ham lin Chapel neighborhood this week Uncle Harb Taylor of Liberty neighborhood is very low and is not expected to live The farmers of this vicinity have begun to pool their tobacco at Beav I erDamMiss Dellie Smith of Select visit ed at this place last week The infant child of Dr Smiths that has bsen sick for some time is improvingThe Roy A S of E No1 is progressing nicely New members are being added every meeting BEDA Dec 20Rev J D Horned filled his appointment at Beulah Sunday nightII wife visited Ed SaturdayIB T Ross went to Pleasadt Ridge today Sam Crowe contemplates locat ing here as our physician dImake their future home ft Mrs Joe Bennett and daughter Miss Ines went to Hartford Mon E PI BRN5 BROI Santa Claus is with us again His preparation for 1905 Christmas Eve seems from the piles of presents gathered about our store to be greater than ever Santa Clans has made his headquarters at our store for years You may want to know why We will tell you Our store being the largest distributors of General Merchandise he comes in contact with more children He has a better opportunity to study their needs and to supply the very articles that will produce the most satisfactory results Watch our windows children You will ob serve that Santa Claus has grown considerable since last Christmas and he is mounted on the top of a chimney just as he would appear on top of your chimney on Christmas Eve night Come to see him look him right square in the face and he can tell just what you want Doll FamilyT- he additions to the Doll family during this year has been enormous Every size and kind is represented from the mammoth big patent head at 200 each to the smallest dwarf at 5e each Kid bodiesChina and pat ent heads of every price and description Toys Toys of every description Mechanical Toys Iron Toys Tin Toys China Toys Toy Wagons Toy Stoves Toy Irons Toy Wash Boards Toy Cups Baskets and Tubs Toy Tea Sets Toy Knife Fork and SpoonsBanks Tricycles Hobby Horses Bureaus Side Boards Chairs Rockers Buggies Balls and Tops Trunks Drums Tool Chests Hoes Shovels Rakes and hundreds of others You will be compelled to come here to see Santa Claus So come in and take a look at every thing and see it all at once visited her H A Mon S A is sick Mrs C her Mrs SA Miss has chal L has la C to Tuesday Rod at no Flour on Dec M and Pleasant Ridge visited his hr h and YOUNG you know these women well enough to know that a little in ducement goes A ways in effecting a satisfactory bargain YOUNG LADY talk is cheap but when you put your choice he you are sincere We have this sec tion our best attention and presents for ladies and men are too numer- ousI to to mention here Bat we I are for you We world beautiful things you will looking at invito to andsec It nothing to and its pleasure to to nice things Our every necessities in all and and cheaply supplied dayMiss Clara Bennett sis Baird Kinderhook dayMrs W BennettTuesday Little Jean Baird bron pneumonia- S Baird grippe W went Owensboro Hartford Company Golden 5 per barrel smaller portions atsatiio- rate better earth BUFORD Bales wife of aunt Sweethearts Department MALE FEMALE MAN Kentucky long up young young fixed full Mrs Sallie Bales the second Sun day Mrs Richardson is building an addition to house and re a portion of the old one A E Ellis very sick at R R Cundiffs Sunday Miss Bell Maxwell Miss Lula Allen last week Mrs Jula wife of Filmore died after a long of Tuesday the 12 and at Owensboro Wednes day Bob Ralph of Owensboro here last Friday Win has bought Sam farm on Rough River near Clear Run and will move to same in a few days A merry to all and luck to TILE REPUBLICAN fJ The Bescl Miscellaneous uptoChildrens Rockers each 50c 75c 85c 125 150 17i 200 225 and Gents Oak Rockers each 7Ladies2 85 10Fancy250 3150 SIIiO 5 75U Fancy each 50c Toe SI 150 2 250 Fancy Cake each 2sc 50c 7c 1 ylflU 125Fancy 50C 75C v J 91 d Manicure Sets each 150 to 1 5Military2Smokingeach 25c to 1 beautifuldesigns350 5 650 7 each have a of enjoy Vo you coino costs look a us show these day departments are up your wants in all lines are easily Beaver Dram Ky ter Bennet quite Ashby visited mother Ashby Mill will sell you Flour 19J knows given undertake Bettie her modeling was night Drake visited King King consumption was buried was Bales Parris Christmas good asTORtdBwntht Kind You HIM ANrc Ladies Salads Plates 1150 Mirrors here illness f TAKE THE REPUBICANy iINCORPOl i HARTFORD I ATEri ISS Capital Stock40000 0 ikStockholdersAddlL f Securety to depositors 9h00000 s CashIerIiH ier J W FORD I+ H P TAYLOR i JNO q THOMAS rt R HOLBROCK JNO T MOORE 3 Directors r 4 I t e r n The Latest Things i JJ1 INI JJ1 I Christmas Novelties i Constitute an array of attractive and artistic merchandise b1 that has never before been equaled in points of usefulness orb1 41 beauty They comprise everything that is 4q ticing and are selected in points of value and acceptnbilityJ to suit the rich and the poor the young and the old In fact all can be suited both as regards the desires and the pocket tbook This elegant array of Christmas Novelties can be bit bit found at the store of bit 14 1Z Wayne Griffin Bro = bit Where as usual Christmas shoppers will find headquarters 44 for Holiday Goods of all kinds In the realm of Toydom you will find everything to suit the fancy and desires of the little it 49folks while for older people there are articles which were riselected to suit various ages and financial circumstances it Something NEW in every linethings that you never saw bit 4 before Articles both useful and pretty valuable and inex bbl pensive It is undeniably the bit = Greatest and Cheapest 1 blF 4 Line of Christmas Goods ever shown in Hartford Eine lines = of Presents for grown up people including Imported China ware Sterling and Stag Silver Novelties Beautiful Parlorb j Lamps Dining Room Pictures Medallions Bisque rna ments and elegant new style Vases the latest out in Comb bi = and Brush Sets and Manicure Sets Then there are trinkets b 4q galore for the children Every age can be suited every taste bit gratified Its just a matter of selection with every oppor b 4q tunity for a choice no matter what kind of present you may bit 1want Call and it i Make Your Selection ft bIt 4i Before the stock js picked over Point out the goods and we bi will do the rest Santa Claus and Griffin Bro are in part = tfinership this year and he has agreed to make our store his bit = headquarters We will certainly do our part and invite youbM 4i to come and see thatit is done well Bring the children 61- t eq let them make their own selection or select the goods your = I = self In any event you cant fail in getting something nice 1 49and acceptable We cordially invite you to visit us and = that your visit shall be both pleasant and profit = able = iRe mber the Place E = LJkYNE GRiFFIN BRO 1 7 I Hartford Ky a Dealers in Drugs and DruggistsSun Ia Specialty = I Ii Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER Illinois Contral RailroadTime Table Nnrlh linn ml No 1t2 doe Ml nm NoI2JloU30IIINo Siinlli lion ml SoUI 1101131 a m No 101 tine 24H p in So 131 due h la I m Books of all descriptions at Fairsv For a Chrismas present see Fairs Cloaks Highest cash prices paid for furs SAM BACH Wanted dried apples at Carson Cos We will pay 25c per dozen for eggs CARSON Co Mr Jesse Casebier is quite ill of pneumonia Try our Mince Meat Fine City Restaurant Get your Candies Fruits and Nuts at City Restaurant Christmas goodies in abundance at City Restaurant Biggest line of Toys forthe chil dren are at Fairs Buy your Xmas overcoats and suits at Carson Cos Mr William Park Narrows was a pleasant caller Tuesday Buy your boy a Suit at Fairs New line to selectfromJplaster Harry McKinney son of Mrs Lee Long is quite ill Mr W D Wakeland McHenry was a pleasant caller Monday My Myl what nice Candies and Fruits at City Restaurant Another barrell of those Sweet Pickles at City Restaurant Sam Bach has a beautiful line of Silk Handkerchiefs for Xmas The Hartford Mill Co has baled straw and Mixed feed to sell tf I A largo and stylish line of Dress I Shoes for Xmas at Sam Bachs Carson Co will pay 25c per dozf en for eggs until further noticet We have tots of rugs and rocking chairs for Xmas at Carson Co Highest market price paid in cashd for furs at U S Carsons Take your furs to Sam Bach and get the highest cash price for theml 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 Fruits in Hartford at City Restau rant Moore Crabtree will pay the highest market price for furs in cash 2312I Prettiest line of Rugs at Fairs Nothing would please your wife moreSanta Claus is making his head quarters at W H Griffins new Drug Store Mr Amos Carson Louisville is the guest of his father Mr J L CarsonjCity Restaurant will be chuck full of good things to eat during the holidays We have received an elegant as sortment of double breasted Suits for Xmas SAM BACHI We have a big supply of handker chiefs for men and ladies for Xmas at Carson Co Nothing nicer than Furs for aI Christmas present Fairs have a choice selection Buy something for service and merit forXmas presents You can find lots of them at Carson Co The PetersShoes are the best for style and wear You will find them at Long Cos EconomyStore Prices reduced 1n millin ery goods Dontfail to took throdg- thistock Long Cols Econom Store Miss Flossie Woodward returned Tuesday from an extended visit to relatives at San Angelic Texas She was acc9mpaniedby Mrs JC Woodward and children who ar the guests 9tMrs HFVT Waodwa t t C t t t IIt t i t I I I I I I I I I I I I I Prettiest China is at Fairs and see them CrillI Big reduction in Millinery thisIweek at Fairs Ipleasant IatGo to Z Wayne Griffin Brost for any present you want for Xmas For substantial winter Shoes see Fairs line At old prices No adt Nothing to equal Fairs line of Xmas Handkerchiefs All kinds at t- aU prices Esq J A Park who has been quite ill for the past three weeks is improving For useful pretty valuable and unexpensive articles go to Z Wayne Griffin Bro Bear in mind that the freshest and purest drugs are at W H Griffins new Drug Store I furs to Moore Crab Imarket ISundayIf it is Santa Claus headquarters you are huntingfor callatZ Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Ladies skirts and furs of all description at rock bottom prices at Long Cos Economy StoreIThe newest things ents furnishing are always shown atILong Cos Economy Store TIMooreIf you want to spend the least money for the most Christmas goods go to Z Wayne Griffin Bros IGlennIIisvilleThe infant son of Mr and Mrs J W Hale who has been seriously ill the past few days is a little bet er Harve Condit Matanzas who has been in the state of Oregon for theIfew months rolled to see us ay Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond LaunJ dry If you want to get a nice present for Him get one of Sam Bachs Silk Mufflers He has a beautiful selection Ithegirl a nice present W+ H Griffin has them Largest and cheapest line of Christ I goods ever shown in Hartford can be found at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore Prices tbfit the pocket book on you want whether Christ nrlg drugs or druggists Sun H Griffins The t re ties Vaces Berry Sets Cups Saucers Cake Plates TOI- let Ca Lmps Etc for Xmas are found Mil Griffins If yfitfwSntttenumber of Xmasligou never saw before go to zr he Griffin Bros somethin bwin every line Mrs Id lay Tappan and little son Estilllark Tappan Beaver Dam visited her fatherEsq JA Park and family last Saturday and Sunday Mr U S Carson who has been confined to his room of typhoid fever for the past several weekis improv ing and will be out in a few days Anything that you night desire for a present for the children brother sister father mother best girl or sweetheart are at W H Griffins WANTEDBright honest young man from Hartford to prepare for paying position in Government Mai- lServiceBox Qne Cedar RapldsIa whyhas berlandauntyriinthe revenue erj vice was a pleasant caller Tuesday I If you want a present for your sweetheart mother father sister buset rmwhatyouwant at Z WayfteGrUBJ 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 Wo have a largo selection special for this occasion Buy presents that will do some good and be appre i ciated Wo have an elegant lino of Silk Mulllers Silk Suspenders fine Neck Ties Fancy Woolen i Sweaters Fancy Top Shirts Kid Gloves and anything that takes to make a useful present for a man i or boy Mens Clothing Outs 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 Thibots Etc cut and made to perfection Prices ranging from 7 to 15 Cheapergrades of good quality well made 1 FA 4n fan and Choicy Pattern from CjHOU Overcoats Suitable for till occasions in the longest or shortest 15outBoys Clothing Wo are ablo to satisfy the boys when it conies to Suits Overcoats Shoes or any article that is made for them to wear Best goods and lowest prices We 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 the latest styles in all Leathers and styles for both sexes Wo 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 Wo show the fashionable Shirts Collars Neck ties Hosiery Handkerchiefs Suspenders Gloves Underwear and other articles that it takes to make up Mens Furnishings We Remain Yours for Xmas Trade SAM BACHHARTFORD KY Read U S Carsons Xmas ad and Prof L N Grays college announcement on the eighth page At the hour of going to press last night Mr Harber Taylor of Liberty was still in a very serious condition We have a nice lot of silks at 60c to 150 per yard for dress patterns and waist patterns that would make a nice Xmas present CARSON Co We can certainly please you both in price and quality with the im mense stock of Umbrellas we are I showing at Long Cos Economy Store Miss Olive Carson who has been in charge of Rowe Mortons milli ductlugMonday No better styles in Ladies and Childrens Wraps are found anywhere in the county than they are showin at Long Cos Economy Store an the prices cant be beat Remember we are headquarters for Underwear and our stock has been renewed Just come and get 11EconomyZ Wayne Griffin eftBro invite you to visit their drug s ore and inspect their immense line ofChristniasno y Theygil4ranteethatyouVio s table if THRI1 tIOAN is do YQ aVrintll1giJl Mr Sam Parris of the Clear Run neighborhood contemplating mov ing to some point in the West and will probably leave in a few weeks Mr Parris is one of the countys best citizens and we regret to give him up Mr and Mrs Woolfelk Barrow and little daughter Mary Ann Arbor Mich and Mr John P who is attending theLouisville Training School will arrive Saturday s to be the guests Mr and Mrs H P Taylor Tobacco has beg topour into the Equity house here Tuesday IIIthirty loads were received Wednes were thirty or more un leaded and several Were unable to- II unload and yesterday there seemed to be more coming in than on either 7 1of the days before IWe regretted very much to omit nlcationsIfrom our last issue but unexpected calls for advertising space forced us to either omit the matter or thud vertlsing We chose h iatte d will ask those whci islead Jappear to Ik u us once and send youErrnatterJus the same h S t I TJtf btristtLittlel 1 4YlepEarly Risers cu oni Sick 4 Headache Biliousness etc by elr- tonicleffectontkeliver 1 1I 1hWn gripe or sicken yet thejTcleanse the system thorOjUehly They cleanse tone and etr the te bland bowels andiimpWt the i energy thJh akes onel fleetrltke 1 t i j 1 Minutes ot Institute TUESDAY MORNING DECEMBER 5 Ohio County Teachers Institute met in annual session December 5 1905 at the county courthouse at 11 oclock a mand was called to order by Supt James DeWeese J W Petty wrs elected Secretary and at once proceeded to the enrollment o the teachers The Institute then ad journed to meet at 1 oclock p m NOON The Institute met at 115 p m and proceeded at once to business The theory of school was taken up- by the instructor The next subject The Correlation of History Litera ture and Geography was ably dis cussed by Mrs L N Gray She says we must have first coordination and then followed by correlation By correlation we get harmony of purpose The teachers must have broad knowledge of the subjects taught in order to present them to the pupils properly No surer means of tIring a pupil in history than to have it study the simple text as laid down in the books It must be supplemented by other things such as tales of adventure etc Ju dicious talks on the past of the teacher on matters pertaining to the study also outline the subjects and make maps whenever possible Geography is most important branch in teacning We must not confin- oursetves to finding the locations of cities boundries or states etc but should be used in teaching of exports imports drainage climate and its effects In Literature we must i teach its relation to life By Litera ture we got the true aspirations of the race While Literature should be a regular course not slavishly ad hered to but it help pupils to read F intelligently and to helps mold the childs mind properly How I teach f my class hstory by Miss Maymee Shown was the next on the program She says when not good readers they read the lesson and give the mean ing of the words they do not under standbring out the important points in the lesson that have shaped our history In connection with history she teaches geography review every day the lesson of the preceding day Mr Vincent representing the South ern School Journal was next intro duced and for a short time pointed out the advantages of reading school papers Institute adjourned to meet again at 830 oclock Wednesday December 6 1905 I WEDNESDAY MORNING DECEMBER 6 The Institute met at 9 oclock A M Wednesday and were called to or by Supt DeWeese The minutes of the preceding day was read and ap proved After roll call Dr Kinna man opened the program by able discussion the Theory of the School The function of the Teach er is to develop the child so he will be a perfect man The school is a spiritual organization and sustains the institutions of life The school stands between the child and the best ideals of strength manhood ind civilization Everything we have is given to us out of the past and the world requires us to add to and in crease it We should study the children learn what the child needs its defects and pay espicial attention to such defects as leafiness bad eyesight and confer with the parents inI IIwantst Matter the devices of teaching until t they become second nature and thenI apply them to the children TheI childred in my school was next discussed r by VM Moseley and then followed by Mrs J S R Wedding with a paper on the same subject She says the first thing a teachers must ask himself Is he competent to teach Try to make good readers of t the pupils Teach language by re quiring correct speech both in and I Ioutof school Text book in gram mer is littlt good if we fail to prac tice what we preach Principles must always precede answers inI Arithmetic Never allow a pupil to say I cant Always insist on accurate spelling and writing You have good order because it is necessity punishk RECESS School management and publish ment was next taken up by Dr Kin naman who made a forcible argu ment in favor of kindness in manag ing a pupil Keep order from the beginning and then youll never + have to restore order The rcalIr i is a wide difference in the le gal and real school We must teach honestly to put the child in sympathy with the work The teachers are oft en at fault instead of the pupil and we should first have ourselves rich and generally everything else is right and if the teachers should discover atonefe acknowledge the fact and place him self right before the pupil Dr Kin naman was followed by Prof L N Gray who ably discussed the same subject He says many a teacher has lost a position by being wrongly censured Some patrons are not aware of the objects in a legal and a real schoolBefore attempting a thin r we must be aware of the object tc be attained Education is culture thne acquirement of knowledge but char yoayour ing corporal punishmentNOON Institute called to order by Supt DeWeese Primary Reading was il lustrated by a class by Miss Mary Bennett She says the idea to brought out by a class by thought and the expression will take care of itself Dr Kinnaman next took up the subject by explaining the old method of teaching reading and the weak places in the method and the iteThe ABC method is and ought t be condemned The trouble wit phonetic methods is that not enough teachers understand it The manes socalled methods are just simply be gmnings The methods employed most today are the word sentence and phonic methods When ready associate the sight word wit the idea to be conveyed The childs attention must be fixed first on th object and then on the word RECESS The subject of reading was again taken up by Dr Kinnaman he says as words are signs of an idea the sen tence is the sign of a thought He gave several illustrations of devices of that principle that were very in teresting to the teachers Adjourned till 9 oclock December 7 THURSDAY MORNING DEC 7 Institute met and devotional ex ercises were conducted by Dr Kin naman After reading the minutes of the proceeding day the subject of Primary Reading was taken up by Dr Kinnaman He gave many illustrations of the manner by which you teach the sound method first synthetically then analytically Miss Rice Thurman next took up the subject How to Teach Grammar so that the Pupils will use Correct Eng lish She says I we must insist on correct language Have all writers work corrected and have full explanations of all corrections made We as teachers make a mistake in permitting the pupils to use textbooks until they have un conscientous by learned to write and speak correctly Teachers them selves should always use good language and avoid careless teaching RECESS Primary Reading was again taken up by Dr Kinnaman He told us of a visit he made a model school and the work done in the fourth and fifth grade by the teacher He gave us much useful instructions and many illustration in regard to teach I ing reading in these grades After readingItation and the mechanical side will take care of itself Miss Lillian Monroe followed with an able dis cussion of How to Teach Spelling In her paper she says spelling is essentially a memory study She ad vocates spelling without a textbook until fourth grade Written work in spelling is much better NOON Roll call Dr Kinnaman illustrated intermediate and advanced reading with a poem The poem selected was WoodmanSpare that Tree The discussion was entered into by by the institute which proved interesting and instructive to the teachers How to Teach Movements in Writing was taken up by Clarence James He advocates the muscula movement Mr E A Smith says that greater care should be taken in securing correct position Does the Average Pupil Make a Penman If not why not by Chas Moseley He doesnt think they do because penmanship is treated as being of minor importance Dr Kinnaman closed the discussion on penmanship C He used objects in illustrating this work All pupils should be instruct ed by means of objects yet not to the extent of making the pupils slaves to the object but have them to get to thinking independently of the object Adjournment FRIDAY MORNING DEC 8 Institute was called to order b the Superintendent Minutes and approved After roll call Mr C K Carson took up the subject o Value of Arithmetic He says the tcaher should understand arithmetic before attempting to teach Arithmetic is the corner stFne o education Accuracy is attained only through arithmetic Tco much is sought to be and too little is coy ered thoroughly Arithmetic will be cultivated and will flourish as long as time lasts Fractions was Pettyuwho told how fractions were taught in the early schools Dr Kinnaman next took up the subject Numbers and their meaning Also he took up the subject of the Concrete in the Grades In teaching geogra phy you must as far as possible al low the pupils to see what they study Every teacher should teach the Metric systemRECESS Miss Mattyc Tichenor read an instructive paper on Why Teach Geography She says geography anh tion It combines the human and humorizing element with the best there is in nature study Such knowledge deepens pride in ones own country and natural things Arch structive to the institute The reas eon so many make exploration is the great scientific and moral advantage and is for that reason of impor tance to the United States and will give to it additional prestige The Effect of the Contact of People of Various Nations and Exchange of Commodities on civilization was very eloquently discussed by Mr P C Miller Prof M M Faughinder next ably discussed the manner of recitation One of the most difficult questions for the teacher is the art of questioning We must be complete masters of the subject under recitation understand the pupils mind and then present the lesson in the most impressive way but never have a cut and dried plan The Art of Questioning was next taken up by the instructor by taking a se lection of the discourse between Socrates and keno After a gener al discussion of the merits of the questions by the Instructor and Teachers Dr Kinnaman illustrated the advantages of the plan adopted by Socrates Never formulate com plex questions but simple ones that will start the pupil to rational an swers and thoughts Much atten tion must be paid to the purpose distribution manner form and contents Mr Allen superintendent of Daviess county schools and Mr W G Archer superintendent of the Seven Hills Chautauqua came before the institute in an effort to induce the teachers to hold the institute in 1906 in connection with the Chautau qua After a discussion on the part of the teachers it was left to voto ofI institute which resulted in 46 for holding the institute at the Chau tauqua and 37 against it The regu lar discussion was then taken up by the Instructor who discussed the ad vantages ot a higher education He I made an eloquent appeal for better education he says one who fits himself with a broad education can easily fit himself for any position Know many things about something and something about many things Al ways be able to adjust yourself to the new conditions Preferment is I always selected from the educated From the financial standpoint it pays to secure a higher education Too many people in the race for money lose the opportunity for de velopment Everybody should take advantage of every opportunity to improve ourselves and prepare for greater work Adjornment SATURDAY MORNING DEC 9 Institute was called to order by Supt DeWeese The devotional exercises were conducted by Dr Kinnaman After roll call State Supt Fuqua addressed the Institute i for a short time on the subject of Reading and Spelling It is a lamentable fact that only a small part ofI the pupils that enter College are able tnlead tel ifI1t1 It illona4 2 ing these two subjects thoroughty everything else is easily acquired We advocate the modern languages as they are advantageous in acquir ing English saysP rof Fuqua Mr Vincent representing the Southern School Journal make a few remarks in the interest of the paper Prof made EducationalyCommission meets in Lexington Ky Superintendentsfmeets Louisville Febuary 27 28 and March 1 1906 elof quent on as a or in the Betterment of Citizenship The Teachers in order to be a fatter in the Betterment of civilivation must be well educatedand the higher the education the better citizen Correct eating was humorously discussed in an able manner by Mr A E Ellis Mr Ozna Shultz next discussed Expermcuts with Alcohol He gave the Teachers much gook information along that line and in R manner that was entertaining to the Teachers Dr Kinnaman closed the discussion of the Institute by speaking on the Temperance in Education He gave a vivid description of the different types of temperance Adjurmnent To cure a cold when you have no coughto cure a cough when you have no coldto cure yourself when you have bothtake Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar The new idea the original and only genuine Laxativo coughs rup Remember the name Kennedys andsee that the red clover blossoms is on the carton Sold by 71 Wayne Griffin Bros 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscrib ers to the Weekly Courier Journal The Weekly CourierJournal Hen ry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It propose to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 30 and 20 andl sixteen pres ent of 30 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennes see 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 Dying of Famine is in its torments like dying of consumption The progress of consump tion from the beginning to the very end is a long torture both to victim and friends When I hadconsump tion in its first stags writes Wm Myers of Cearfoss Md after trying different medicines and a good doctor in vain I 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our oipcuo If not iatisfscu ry on examination V MEAD CYCLE CO Dipt JL CHICAGO ILLs OUR TIlE REPUBLICAN and Louisville 1125jfciE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 300 REPUBLICAN and CourierJounial 1b TilE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GloboDomocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwicoaWeok Owonsboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiCe aWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 i i Address all orders to THE t The Modern tonlca dose before each meal will make strong and well PANOLA has no equal for Indigestion f a Catarrh ol the Head Stomach Bowels Live ana Kidneys A La Grippe and general debility Made by the LUTTCHFIBLD PKAR MACAT Co Inc 5 r + area r ear n it i i Shortest and Fastest Line- sIPLOM Lexington and Louisville 10- k 1 Louis an the WesI- Two trains daily as follows Leave Lexington 610 a m Lout jiisville 900 a m arrive at St Louis 6t2pm Carrying vestibuled coaches and Caf Observation Par j lor Car Meals a la carte through without cange eave Lexington 530 p m Lou isville 1015 p m arrive at St Lou is 732 am carrying free reclining I chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without change F Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 list Main St Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Hnion Depots VPirstcIass typewriter f paper for sale at this off ice I Nasal CATARRH thereebould Fairs Creun Balm tIeseoothesudheab the dUsued membrane It ciir s catarrh and drives IwaJl told In the heal quickly RIDER AGENTS WANTED Requiredi IalllOMUrakcs 12lltIni our O ono 108nfiOr0JrUUuurbigPUNCTUREPROOF 7tLETPIrmaklngNocan thewIaCLUBBING RATES REPUBLICAN Patiola 01i IJSouthern Raiway hCapI cream BalmIs placed isle the nostrils spread tr the membrane absorbed lUllsf li lra edlit and a cure follows It li Dot dryingdot ot prod ca sneezing large Size 80 cents at Drue Its oi br mall TrialSue 10 cents by milt JEWTBROTUEIIS M Warren Street New York EASY RIDING STRONG DURABLE HEALING FULLY PATENTSS BEWARE OF S TilE Throat A KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PdeiFOR Surest and Quickest Core for all THROAT and LUNG nounhas or MONEY BA0- 8Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the IIneol the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman steeping end tree recJnln chair cart UomaaeeKera Excuralona- rtrat and third Tuesdays of each month Descriptive literature maps pamphlets older ton application H C TOWHUKO lell p4ski L LOUIS R TO HATTHEWS fnTiUijTuiunlUlUmiSTtUtT v TOUGH TOWN In Wyoming Where Whisky Is Ten Dollars a Drink Chrjenh Wjro Cur Illt burK thronlclal Persons arriving from Torring ton a settlement on the North Platte River near the WyomingNe bte come the toughest place in Wyo ming A large number of graders is emI ployed in the vicinity of Torrington in the construction of n fifty mil section of the Pathfinder irrigation settlre ment their headquarters Tinhorn gamblers sharpers and thugs have flocked to the town and are reaping the harvest from the laborers Two saloons are doing a relatively enormous business one having returned it proprietor 10000 clear profit within three monthsIn place it is said laborers are drugged slugged and robbed with little effort at concealment Laborers will be made stupid with drink and then will be charged 10 for a single drink One man secured three drinks for thae place because he had no more money Later in an outburst of philan thropy tile proprietor gave him 35 cents with which to secure a meal Some of the ditch constructors are understood to stand in with the sa loon keepers and thugs and to en laborli broke the sooner they will return to workU IShake 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 mem branes The jits of sneezig 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 by the use of Cream Balm Sold by all druggists for 50 cents or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Prophecy Verified Brabanito Thou art a villain lago You are a Senator But it was not until very recent times that the full force of this re tort could be appreciated 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 cure for all bowel and stomach diseases as such a headache bilious ness costiveness etc Guarrnteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug sotre only 25c Try them Sunflower Philosophy Even after a man is dead a bunch of flowers in his hand look out of placeYou owe everything to your moth er the day you were born every one else was willing to give you away People are so sensitive that you READ THIS Hopkinsvile Ky June 7th 1901 DrEW Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I suffered ten years with severe kidney and bidder troubles and at times was unable to werk I was advised to try yourTexas Won der and after using onefourth of a bottle I passed a large gravel and I have never suffered since passing the same three years ago I have recommended it to many other who reported themselves cured I most heartily recommend it to all sufferers from kidney or bladderdiseasesSAM A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder HallsGreat Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emir sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of lOOOnesinall bottle is two months treatment and sel dom falls to cure anyof the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dn E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 box 629 office 2531 Olive I Street St Louis Mot rA1 N tS KL w c3 f cant give them soap without offense unless it costs a dollar a cake The story of Aladdin is incomplete as it doesnt relate how he kept his wife and daughter front wearing out that lamp Most adjectives are limited to three degrees of comparison but the word ill has six ill quite ill very ill seriously ill fatally ill dead When there is a hero on the stage all the audience agree as to his perfection but in real life there is always controversy among the neigh borsEvery woman has something to husbandebehaves there is the specter that if he has never met her he might have married some one else After a woman has once told a man she loves him it is impossible for a suspicion to ever penetrate to his brain that she may be caring for him a little less It is a whole lot easier getting up and giving the children croup medicine in the night than it is going to be a few years hence getting up to look at the clock and wonder why they are not in WVNTED by Chicago wholesale and mail orderhouse assistant man ager man or woman for this coun ty and adjoining territory Salary 20 and expense paid weekly pense money advanced Wor pleasant position permanent No investments or experience required Write at once for full particulars and enclose selfaddressed envelope COOPER Co 21tlO 132 Lake Street Chicago Ill NARROWS Dec 13Mrs Will Park went to I Henderson Tuesday where she will spend the Christmas holidays with her parents J R Camp and wife A R Renfrow and wife spent Sun day with Mr Renfrows parents near Sunnydale Jack Walker of Hardinsburg is the guest of his sister Mrs J B Ron frew Virgil Renfrow and P T Profit Dundee went to Owensboro Wed nesday George Foreman went to Owens boro Wednesday Mrs B P Petty and little son visited friends at Barretts Ferry MondayDr H Maxwell and J B Ran Prow went to Dundee Wednesday Noah White is in Louisville this weekMiss Willie Turnham visited in Owensboro last week Willie Foreman Hardinsburg has bought the Sam Gentsy farm near New Baymus Sam Davinson has bought from his father Ed Davidson the farm known locally as the Combs farm at Bar retts Ferry consideration ten thous and dollars pEvery 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 permently Get the genuine Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bros CENTFRTOWN Dec 12Rev Ed Maddox was a pleasant visitor in our town last weekT H Benton has moved to his Rough river farm f G T Tinsley Render is visiting friends here this week Mrs Rev L P Drake is home again after a short visit to her par ants in Meade Co J D Bell and wife Matanzas visited the family of J H KuyKen dol here this week 0 B Haskins moved to Render this week to fill a position with the Coal Co- O clap your hands all ye people shout unto God with the voice of triumph The good citizens of Cen tertown have again demonstrated their loyalty to sobriety and refine ment in the recent open saloon pro position which was submitted to them Dec 8th They come forth I practically a unit to do battle with the monster intemperance and we are glad to report the result as fol lows Far the open saloon 18 against the open saloon 53 We ewela great debt pf gratitude to fhe citizens of sister town far the valuable assistance rendered us in t this great work nor would we be unmindful in the distibution of 4 v ra 6 tit rl CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS nest Couch Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by druttUti STRONG IIuMtY5te I UBM as as r M st ets AgainIs Stovailof Tilton Ga said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cur Hundreds Iofotherwe- akfirwomen are reIIImay win If you will take lk h Indigestion causes nearly all the sickness that women bays It deprives the system of nourish jnent and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure organsktome food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol vain Indigestion constipation dyspepsia tour risings belchlngheartburn and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat msta itrill rnenl as is aaa oIstaoDwn-a esa Bold by Z WAYNE UR1 YIN praise of our own townsmen who fought in the front ranks Down with the saloon give us a county unit bill a Easter A man always gets on easier by taking his wifes advice Yes answered Mr Meekton When things turn out badly there isnt so much sai- dSherifts w Sale By Virtue of Execution No 2240 directed to me which issued from the Clerks 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 first day in January 1906 between the hours of one oclock P M and four P M at the Courthouse door in Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satis fy plaintiffs debt interest and cost towitA or parcel of land in Ohio County Kentucky on the waters followsBeginnlnJ two sugar tree Alexander Barnetts Northwest corner thence Nl E 88 poles to a stone near a hickory and dogwood H Woodwards corner thence S 85 E 66J poles to a white oak thence N11 E211 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 stone in Alexander Barnetts old line thence with said line N 85 W 93 poles to the begin ning containing sixty 60 acres exceptimg out of the same one 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 tract of land subject to the homestead right of the defendants mother Mary Ann Hicks and being the same land conveyed to Daniel Hicks father of defendant by J C Crabtree May 19th 1883 by deed of record Ohio County Clerks offica Deed Book 4 page 336 and at the deathof said Daniel Hicks said land descended to his children and the defendant being one of three who own same Levied upon as the property of J F Hecks Terms Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with bearinginterested per annum from date of sale and having the force and effect of a sale hondWitnessmy hand this 13th day of December 1905 22tS CAL P KEQWN S 0 C By PERRY KEOWN D S T Cumbeland TELEPHONEI lucres nothing the matter with CumberIlandplace ol business My business baa Increased and my wlfes voice Is nev- eri heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition H E PATH Manr Ohte County Circuit Court TPltlrkhsad Judge Ben n IIIn Attorney Tll lllack Jailer Kd 0 harrnn Clerk Frank Iellz Matter Com mlesloner Y L Monelej Trustee Jury FuadCa I Keown Sheriff Ilaitford Deputy Sheriff 0 Keoirn Clarence Keown Jo HlloberU Ham Kvown JtVCourtconrenesflrstMon day la March and Angn t and continue three weeksand third Monday In May and Norember two wee- kCountyCoartJ p Miller Judge US Rag nnd Clerk WII Barnes Attorney Hartford rCour convene first Monday In each month Quarterly Court Beglni on the third Monday In April July October and January Court ol Claims Conrenet first Monday In Jai naryTneedajr after second Monday In October Other OfficerJ H Wood Surveyor Ceralro Frank Lowe Assessor Beda James DeWeess School Superintendent Hartford Den L Darts Coroner Sulphur Springs Tvxntic Court B F Hudson Beaver Dam February II Ma 18 August 31 November S- OOeoW Martin Balietown February II May 14 August 20 November 12 JnoMOraham Narrows February alfa2 August 29 November la- T A Brans Fordsrllle January IS May T Anirnst 27 November B J A Mick BufordFebrnary f May I Aug oat 12 November 7 W A Bone Centertown February f May 11 Angnst 24 Norember DJ Wilcox RockportFebruary 20 May 8 August 25 November 14 SavrtfordPollee Court Jno B WUson Judge Cv E Smith City At torney 8 r Darnett Marshal Court con Tones second Monday la eachniontb aolitrlovLSi e rvlceM ECharchSouthBenlcethird Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 p mand secon Sunday at 7 p m Prayer meeting rtry TVednea day arenlng Her WTMUler Pastor Baptist Church Serrlres held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer melting every Thursday evening BeT J R Barnett pastor 01 Ckurch Serrlcea Ant Sunday la each rmonth at 11 a m and 7 pm Rev J D Oar nedpastorSchool lUrtf ordJas P Miller J Glenn 8 T Stereos n1 Mocker J H D Car son Jon C Illley City Council Rowan Holbrook Mayor 8 A Anderson Clerk DrSJ Wedding W 8 Tiny A C Taylor M L Uearrln T J Morton Councilmen Scret Secltl si A 0 IL W meets Smut and third Friday ulghta In each month Hartford Lodge No 816 Pt A Masons ere Monday night la each month Hartford Ten No 19 Knights of the Macea beeserery Thursday night i Rough Hirer Lodge No 110 Knights of Py thl meetsereryTiesday night Preston Morton Post No 40 A R hold rag nlar meetings SaturdaybefortflrstSunday In sass oath Pprpop robtalDedorDOIMWrltelbrourF a adbelpTHAT hAYi- p or We 111 PATaN oL OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing Machine We can offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find o proposition a moneymaker ca pableof development into a permanent and profitable business WRITE AT ONCE WheelerS Wilson Mfg 60 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CHICAGOII rvritaytiaYCl dt r Hartford Republican t FRIDAY DECEMBER 2- 2AMATTEROFIIEALTII s 9Dl ltiKiG- POWDER Absolutely Pare SUBSTITUTEiA Cream ofs alum or phos 4phaticacid ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEVI YORK t BRITISH EXPANSION IN ASIA Acquisition of Territory by John Bull Is More Dangerous Than If Russia Secured It The conquest and acquisition 6 by England of territories beyond India proper is far more danger OilS to us than the absorption of those lauds by Russia would be haveIour natural base which is in it self a great drawback as has been demonstrated by history both modern and ancient says Aga Kuhn in Nineteenth Century E Second the population of the con quered countries would be at heart hostile to us for though their governments night be bad they were in a sense national guy ernments and they would make common cause with the invader SholtRightNllHIHh to get revenge on those who had upset their national institutions These annexations would even furnish a further cause of moral disturbance in India and in time of trouble they would supply dangerous elements of Indian tillI IIIIOUIfntilting the HIM nil zone should re main inviolate and Tree from z gression by any power and IIIthey should be independent in mill in name The policy that I 4adrntatc is precisely the samp asI that pursued by the United Slates toward the South American republics If we consistently follow this polity if the conservative july will dissociate itself flomI the extreme forward schoolI L tint wants to turn Afghanistan into a native state and southern Persia into a Malay state if the policyY IndiaI dia would in the first place haeI to subjugate portions of the nell tral zone before advancing 111011I India and their populations would naturally fight for their own free dom and to that extent would be our allies and fight our battles 11 rThen our assistance would bo re- cciredwitIigratiludeamidwithout y fanysuspicion of our good faith j t t DISEASE IS INDIANS FOE Tuberculosis Makes Great Ravages on MenSlrpwaThe full binnd Indians of the United States are scarcely holdI ing their own in point of increaseh 1ofpopulation Capt fa IIr1tillr t till ashirton fast In soni or the vibes there is a slight inr IW but it is among the mixiKi breeds and not among those i rare aboriginal 11011Ii The dead foe of t lie red man you linnet tus tiH for many years past 1 I tuberculosis Jusl why this disease should neem lo commit greater ravage i among the Indians is dillleull to iimlerBtand At lirst the theory y was thit it was due to their flii nfl mode of existence flat t tL U n 1111 Kuvagr to iV pccuiiariv ly susceptible I am inclined toII think that there is but little for this view especially as thlInumber of victims claimed consumption shows no signn diminution although many years have elapsed sluice the Indian for sook his primitive ways of I A tunic reasonable ingI tion Is found in the present its of the jKople In building their tepee or log houses thet make very scant allowance foi ventilation rind sleep in quarter from which fresh air is largely ex eluded Resides a dozen or more individuals will occupy a Ill 0 Il that ought not at the most to con tain more than two Another bat practice of which it is difficult tf break them is that of the OmIllO r pipe A groupof Indians will lakf turns in smoking the same pipe std if one of the party be diseased there is always the danger of its being transmitted Automobile Age Mrs Crimsonbeak When hear Gabriels horn Ill loot around and expect to smell gasoline Mr rimsonbeak Dont you mean brimstone Voukerc Statesman World United by Cables The exaltation of the journalist and the dethronement of the dip lomathavcbeen the work of the in ternational cables the nerves of the world whereof there are 382 binding continent to continent with 18942 nautical miles of plenipotelltlarles dependent on courier or ship for communication with their monarchs they attained official dimen sions that are impossible when nerves of wire cement Portsmouth with Tokio and St IVtcrsburg so that the ambassadors hand cannot move without conferring with his emperors brain I POSSESS PECULIAR POWER Held by Some Men Who Can Make Wild Beasts Fear ThemTale of a German Those lions which escaped from a Moscow menagerie to be igno minious driven back to their den I a stream of water from a hose pipe might be consoled if they KameIwhich would have stood up to StIJllmescase But the ht tarot for the work would have managed the business even without the pipe Some men tackle a lion with as complete assurance of success as others handle a vicious horse dog There used to he a man the zoo who possessed this fac ulty in a greater degree than ho knew One Sunday afternoon a lion broke from his cage The keeper seized him by the mane and cuffed and kicked him back to his den as if he had been a donkey When the door of the cage slammed to upon the lion light seemed to break in upon the keep IInl1he swooned Barnum once had a cage of five fierce lions valuable from the fact that no man dared enter their den There came to the show one day a big German who was engaged to assist in keeping the cage tidy Soon he was missed and subdued mutterings and roarings from the lions quarters directed a search tin that direction There was Hans in the cage sweeping merrily The untamable lions cowered in a toIcweepthem out of the way with his broom 2Co flock of sheep could have been handled with greater oiitempt The manager besought he German to come outire I would be eaten alive Hans went tin whistling old sweeping and nine out when he was ready un athed It did not suit the bill I of his toasters but he had tamed lte untamable quintet at the first tttempt iPArcels Lost on Railways of the railway clearing Douse show that 1000 parcels a n are lost on the railways of the United Kingdom =At9TORYILBean thethe Kind YOJ Have Always SOupI tnatsro l tfIkdIU i SMALL SUBMARINE BATTLE Crabs Fight for Fish Captured by One Iot Their Number Stream Aids WarriorsI IsIllInd long shallow beaches These often aro interrupted by creeks or little inlets into which the tide runs at high water running out again when the tide falls says Forest timid Stream Standing ou a bridge over one of these runways I happened to see a big crab making a dinner upon a piece of fish which he held thinly in one I claw Around him but at a safe distance were several smaller crabs who did their best to join in the big crabs dinner Mean while the big fellow had no time to loiter over his meal for in spite of his clever sparring with his free hand every now and then one or his small enemies succeeded in making a successful raid and re treated safely with a lilt of the lUsh Still between attacks big Mr Crab WitS holding his provisions so fast that the little pirates would soon be defeated unless they could invent a better plan of attack They had been making quick dashes and still quicker re treats limit the big crab h wheel hug to and fro and by Htriidng out or snipping his nippers at them made a successful defense lIt had only to turn as if on a pivot while they must advance and retreat some distance Therefore the small fry consulted their fags nuity11111 adopted a new plan of attack One by one they scurried up stream keeping near its brinks until they were about eight feet above the defender of the fish As each reached the right distance he would match himself into the swiftest part of the current and let himself be whirled downward By the time the young cruiser crab was opposite the big battle shipcrab lie would be going so trust that it was hard to hit him or to grip him and yet keeping head on and having to make no effort except a single quick grab at the fish was able to score a frequent success No sooner did the big battleshipcrab avoid one little cruiser than another was upon him and his store of food rapidly diminished Seeing that his defense was overcome the big fel low gave up any attempts to light mind devoted himself to eating as fast as possible In a few mo meats tilt fish was gone and the battle was over Hut it certainly was an uncomfortable way of Ink lug dinner for both parties to the battle Civilization has its advan taxes THE ELLUMPEELER HOGS Beat the Mall Coach from Indian apolis to Cincinnati Story of Old Settler The feature of the Indianapolis News of a recent date re calling the old stage days mind the way in which the mail was brought into and taken out of Indianapolis Ind when a little town in the backwoods be fore the coining of the railroads reminds Dr W H Winliard now nearing no years of age of the slow progress made by the old mail coaches when the winter set in and the roads were long sloughs of despond filled with mud and water punctuated hero and there with loblollies deep enough to engulf coach and horsesOne morning in the early win ter after an unusually long sea son of rain said the doctor I was at the old Littles hotel southeast corner of Washington and New Jersey streets as time mall coach was setting out for Law renceburg and Cincinnati In that day it Will customary to drive hogs from this city to Brighton u suburb of Cincinnati at that time a great hog and cattle market greatiington street on the way to Cincin nati The hogs of that day were not the wellrounded porkers with which we are familiar but were built on the Gothic order and legsTheypart of the year and with the ex ception of a few weeks when they were put to corn they fed on rune mast they found in the woods I general term for these forest amora was elm peelers or as C f L tJ1yItlIpeelersHere were the hogs and th mail coach on an even start forth Queen City of time West We heart later that the ellum peelers light lhubed readily pulled through the rand and swam deep pools and beat the mall t- e w 19 i LAND SAlE FOR TAXES By virtue of taxes due me as Sher iff of Ohio county Ky 1 will on Monday January 1st 1906 expose to public sale at the Court House door in Hartford Ky the following lands or so much thereof as may be necessary to produce the sums re quired viz EAST HARTFORD f0 1 Park S A 85 acres of land In Beda precinct nearest neighbor to Wm Park 875 SULPHUR SPRINGS NO 4 Armendt C L1 town lot in Dun dee 2595 SELECT NO 10 Baize W J 50 acres of land nearest neighbor to R Culbertson 480 Allen Mrs 11 A1 acre of land nearest neighbor T James 320 ROSINE NO 12 Ramans Sam 91 acres land nearest neighbor to L H Hammonds 775 CROMWELL No6 Shields J T agt for J S heirs 1 lot in Cromwell 220 SOTUII ROCKIORT No9 Hunter J B 25 acres land near est neighbor to S C Hunter and 5 acres near Pen Chinn 1064 MCHENRY NO 15 Edwards Geo 20 acres land near est neighbor to CT Edwards 400 CE TERTOWN NO 16 Ashbby R C1 lot in Centertown 380 WEST HEAVER DAM NO 14 Cooper Edwin 73 acres land near Beaver Dam 1490 Taylor n 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 SHREVE 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 2000CnlPKcowuSOC OAST CEtABun theiha Kind You Kin Atop BooFlu IJPGSMALLIIOUS- Dec 20Mr James Calloway I Miss Pearl AMen and Mrs Lillie Allen spent several days the hatte part of the week attended meeting at Smallhous church they were the guests of Mr and Mrs Alva Cal lowayMr P B Taylor attended the burial of his aunt Mrs Octavie Taylor December 12th Mr Lewis Fulkerson who has beer absent from his home for sometime- at Tutwiller Miss returned home last Friday He will return to MIs- sissippi after the Hollidays The revival at Smallhous church was grand There were thirty tw professions and four candidates for baptism who will be baptized nex Sunday The meeting closed Satur day night- Mrs Ray Addington who is quit ill is no better Mrs Mary Sea of Missouri is th guest of her father Mr Georg- Green e She will remain about thre weeksHerschel King was accidently sho while out hunting Saturday Two shots entered the back of his neck his wounds are not dangerous Little Miss Marion Hill was the guest of her grandmother Mrs Louisa Overhults several days the latter part of last week Miss Birdia Boon spent several days last week the guest of her br ther Mr Fred Boon and attended the protracted meeting at Smallhous churchMr Erk Fulkerson went to Liver more Sunday Miss Vera Ross Centertown Ky was the guest of her cousin Miss Edith Curtis Sunday Rev McConnell Beaver Dam fill ed his regular appointment at Equa SundayMrs Faught in still quite ill Mr Ross Morton has gone to Liver more to be a cherk in Mr T R Barnardsstoresy arrived Friday to assist in the store of Barnard and Kittinger at Smallhous happycwish of your correspondent I PLEASANT RIDGE 0Dec 2OThe work on the new church is progressing nicely The telephone men are at work here again Miss Mary Johnson has accepted n position with the Pleasant Ridge Bank of Equity Dr Z H Shultz went to Owens boro Tuesday to attend the Medical AssociationMr Westerfield went to Evansville on business this week J C Westerfield who has been in the Indian Territory for some time has returned home Mrs Dr Shultz and Miss Georgia Skillman spent a few days with friends at Owcnsboro this week Mr C Smith is in Louisville on business this week Mr J H Hewlett went to Owens boro TuesdaySMr Ross of Beda is visiting Dr Tichenor and family this week Mr A J Bell is on the sick list this week Court House Chat Was it Valtaire or who was it- 8I1IdA man and n woman can never be friends they loose interests in each other altogether or else they loveWhoever he may have been it was mean in him to say it even thought were true That it is false Cow pers lifelong friendship for Mrs Unwin and scores of other examples of lesser fame bear witness In fact the friendship of a woman sympathjand taste for a man of sense is the most perfect of friend sumps it adds deference to the confi dence and joins chivalry with the fidility of friendship One man of middle life in this town is blessed with such a woman friend and the first strawberries of the spring time the finest fruits of the summer and the choice bits of autumns bounty arc the massagers of his good will to her For years each season has paid its tribute to her goodness and her worth Over here at the Court House we havent much time to be polite un less we are candidates but when Miss Stella Woerner the sweet tempered deputy in the Clerks oflice comes tripping down the hallway your Uncle Mose Ragland takes off his hat and Chester Keown braces up and tries to look respectable There is not a lawyer or official about the Court House but what is her friend and if any young man awayrmay expect long enmity of the Court House gang Of course she didnt think and wouldnt have had it happen for worlds but it happend all the same and her friends and his friends just haired He had presented her with a pair of riding gloves and her girl friend had sent her the papers or pattern by which she expected to make a twoonotes acknowledging receipt of istthe note the young man had in his hand when he fainted Youeknow I always did love you better gotethat package I wanted to hunt you Comeearound before Xmas and see how forevertP S = If you dont come away I am coming to your house Lovingly x Once upon a time there was a man and a woman and a Tertium Quid And the man loved the woman and sought dilligently to please her TertiumoQuid enjoyed himself with looking on from afar and sent regrets And it came to pass that the worn an become curious to know why theI Tertium Quid stood afar off and re sisted her charms and as he cameI not she sought him out and threw herself upon his neck and wept And the man being a fool with descriptive adjective prefixed WasI sorrowed and become bil iousIThe lawyer charged him only ten laAand that was a reasonable fee but JThenIfilllilf was not once next morning an irate man with n 1000 statement of nccout in our hand and a 1000 bill in the other stopped the lawyer and said Sue if you dare I dont owe you itOOO Heres your statement ing it was only 1000 and heres thatlamount Take it our refuse It The lawyer took it and the man didnt seem to understand that the lawyer was the best collector in the businessiThey arent any kin to the three musketees and neither has ever pawned his life for the other as pyth of tins did for Damon but they have had some high old times together If you tread on Tommies tots Der Capn will wince and Tommie will probably swat you with a brick beside S Al When the holidays advisements W decrease and the editors patience in crease we will tell you the true story of a water wagon and how they all come to get on it Swirl of the tempest 1 Rush of the stormICrash of the mast Braving the elements P4ButSurge of the passions Frenzy of thought Wreck of your whole lifes plan Face it all calmly Hold it as naught This is the test of a manlV Christmas GoodsA- T VP SI1 CARSONS Dont forget to call on U S Carson during the Holi days for Apples Oranges v Bananas Pears Grapes Figs Dates Nuts of all kinds Can dies Plain and Fancy AlsoIbt Fruit Baskets filled to order On account of illness Mr Amos R Carson will have charge of the store and shall be pleased to wait upon yoU I Hartford Collegea OLD RELIABLE WELL ESTABLISHED 8y It has educated more successful men and women than any similar institution in this part of the State THIRD TERM OPENS JANUARY 15 1906 TRAINING OF TEACH ERS A SPECIALTY THROUGH INSTRUCTION AND RAPID REVIEWS IN COMMON SCHOOL ifBRANCHESProf Hoheimer who holds at t State certificate and is a member of the County Board of Examiners has been engaged for full time to assist after Christmas in the Collegiate and Normal Departments Students will be given opportunity to take work under each instructor in these departmentsMiss Rogers who is successfully conducting the Business Department offers thorough in Jf struction in Shorthand Typewriting Bookkeeping and other commercif branches For further information arid catalogues address L N GRAY Hot tfprcl ICy v 1