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J THE HARTFORD REPUBLICANp Fn9 JobWork a Specialty OFFICIAL OUAI OF TIE PAIT II TlB FJUITB CON lUID jtDISTIICf Subscription I a year I VOL XV HARTFORD KIRIDY NOV MBER 211902 No ISor A WOMANS RISK Li a Uap1C performer Is greater than a rnnL Sbe must hn a mans courage and a nuns muscle to uecud Dut- lhe mull abo work under conditions of which a man knows nothing Mny- aD accident to wowcn aczotta niust to be ttributedL tof rein1n Ira subject at c Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scripUon heals womalyd cause weak esa It estab replrIty weakeningdraIns t1 laammtlojoa sea cures jemaie weuneu u mares weak women strong aud sick women well Willi I I wylie ttoI pvab of Dr Ptatca4 1110 assdk4sy Nn Nf7Coa- WI t JAWVtt Was Iril4JitltuiaI 41ii CoLT tack of i- h4 bait Me S 1 tod4 aol Us I tad md- wI4 Lan IS sit ap and the I would bay th ptla rn uill sowlIl could scarctty- nh My rod mmd bD1a woul4 like ka 5Lce taking Dr Juice PYOfII kPTUCTI1tIO1I I en SktP WtII ill olghl Could iroud Wu I took your madi- g cI4 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than 10 per cent IntertNaturally the worldly goods ot the lbndlady had Increased wonderfully and yet she wore calico Among the dwellers of the squalid court In which she lived the I3oud lady was reputed to be worth a million As a matter of fact she owned a half dozen dingy houses and had several hundred goldplecH utowed away la stockings NITer had one of her customers Jumped ball Usually they were poII- t1C111 hanger on whose muter found for them loopholes of escape lu tile legal dragnet Dut to her one morning came a court officer with a formidable document that being inter pretevt ordered her to produce the bodIes ot II dozen men for wilomihe hid entered ball Unable to keep abreast with prInted news the IlumI lady was naturally tirtied A cruude against illegal voters had been begun The men captured were the Ilondladyi usual itle of patron They were vouched for by ward leaders Receiving cash interest abe hid gladly gone Into the dell But now a city omelal high in authority was srvested accused of wholesale bribery and perjury lie was released on ball anti dcd The lesser otrenderl went too It was a great day for the newspaper It wp a bad day for the DoDd lady Naturally there was no one to rife her sympathy 8be went Into the courtyard and sat OIl a bench heedless of plllenby who riled curiously at her As she sat groaning and muttering she noticed on the nut bench n ng red dirty little girl her head In her hInd weeping bitterly It was not the tears It was not the dirt It was not the rags that drew the Dondladys- ittention Sbe had grown callous to such things There Will a touch of nature that made thm kin The young Iter halt was redthe mot fiery bade of rcd The Bondladys hair was of the urns shade The flondlady felt It hid been the coloror her half that made her what Baa TOOL A BlAT IIBIDB rBII UTrLJI WAIT I- she was The world had scored at her she had vowed the world owed tier a lIving From beIng sensitive she had grown harder und harder till now she had no feeling for aught that Will humAn She loved only her BUttering gold her dingy houses The probable loss of ranch of her wealth had made her wish she could weepshe whose tear spring had run dry long ugo And here was n little red haired girl the Image of herself In the days ling sync whose tear came In rivulets tears enough for both Moro than likely It was lice hilt that made her weep The DODdlady remembered It had brought tears to her own eyes lean Iro ShO took II seat besIde the lIttle walt and put a coarse hand upon her back with something like gentleness What thO wetter yougsterl The little one raised her pinched dirty tear staIned face EetVerJ thlngr Then she cried agaIn Prcs- ently between sobs Aunt Jane said Z was a hoodootold moto get outlaid redheads WIIIDtwIIIOt any roodl I knew itt The Itondlady was plrllled with her Insight Tile welt looked up surprIsed Why youre a redhead too alot youT The liondlady nodded She hadnt even glanced In the rlllli for years and yet a woman But she had not been allowed to forget she had red hairThe touch of nature that made them kin seemed to indicate a closer relationship Two former clients passed Dldnt know th Dondindy had a kid said Oil Ulnll help itr was the none too fervent response So yer not coin back V yeIauntr asked the DODdlad1 INo maamr where are ye rala1 knoW More tears seemed i to flow but sIt wiped them awAY and her eyes gave a gleam cf- hope Unless youd take me maam 1 Z1lm too poor remonstrated the Ilondiady lined enough t teed one mouth Oh manmt can helpIm a work a1troublelindIcause you have red hair Youll take me wont you manmP She was tar very far from belllr pretty but in spite of tears In spite ot dirt thero wan something irresict hue about her ns sbo now looked im- I plUnngl1 hoperully Into the coarse face ot the Dondlady Wellwe might try ItbutT- iso little girl would listen to no huts Childish glee took possession ot her She seemed like another being Lets go home right nowl she ex claimed taking her halt reluctant benefactress by the hands My names lIutb she added The Dundlad1 was literally carried away Ih spits of herselfaway from the scene ot her labors back to whatI she called home Irl ri dirty said the little girl ISo are ye retorted the Dondlad1 took the hint cheerfully maamI seemed a dIm recollection Soapye Jed bet tee get some soap ye need soap And she counted out five pennies Rutbbrourbt back one 0 them The Dondlld1 put It In her purse Theres loins big sticks of peppermint We dont eat candy here Ruth showed her temperament was quite as sunny as her hair Wallowing her disappointment instead of the pep permlnt Then having used the soap upon herselt she attacked the floor lEer cleanlindsa was contagious Next morning the Dondlad1 used soap too Still more surprising she bought Ruth a stick ot peppermint The Dondladl ceased to ply her uu pleasant trade merely because ot her ill luel4 for the money sense was still strong In hrr WhIle the court Will taking away her berelnbefore mentioned dwelllnI she found conolll- tlon In the IIIUerlnJl gold concealed In aa old chest of drawers One day Ruth saw her with a stockingful of cola After that she would no longer listen to plllII ot poverty her entreat lea for goodies and pretty things to wear became quit I irresistible as bad been her plea In the courtyard Slowly but surely the kinship due to that fiery touch of nature grew into lore Then one day In early spring Ruth IIIked the DondladT JIow muck money hue you rot mother I dont knowexacUT I But how muchabout 11tbout But why doye pant t know Ruth I I Because I thought It you only had enough to get away from here to get I out Into one of the now parts to start store IBho Will talking business The Bond I ladys ears opened That not a bad plan Ruth Ill ro count my moue Ill think abut It I co tong since the two former clients of tP1e Doniady who hid seen her and Ruth la the courtyard hlTlnl been III signed by the political masters to light labor with a street paving gang In the suburb stoiped for refreshments at a neat little corner grcer7 A bright faced red haired lass waited on them Rebind the counter was a woman with bale of the same bade flbe wore glasses and Will reading a newspaper upside down Mother and daughter were deanna the little shop so cleats that the dirt stained pollllCAI serfS wee awed into silence UII they returned to the pavement Dlelld it It isnt thoDondladT rind her kldr JIIco must ahelped tin both lure enougbrTblag neSter Left VnaId Under the caption The Art of Put ting Things an English author has given some very amusing examples of saying things In a queer way One of the mot untqrtunate recorded attempts to recaps teens a conversational dUll euity was made by an east md curate who cultivated the friendship of mo- chllnlca I One day a carpenter came to him and said I hue brought my boys likeness as you said youd like to have It How good of you to remember itr saId the curAte What a capital like l1eul llow la beT Why sir dont you remewberr said ibocsrpenter Hes dead Oh yes of course I know that se- phitl the curate I mean bows the flats that took the pbototrlpb K 1 story is told ot a young laborer who on his way to his days work called at the registrars oftlce to regis tee his fathers death WheD the om- cllll IIIked the date of the event the i IOn replied I dead yet but helf bo dead betoro night so I thought It would lAve ma another journey it you would put It dowp now Oh but that wont do at alit said the registrar Perhaps your father will live till tomorrow I Welt I dont know sir The doctor says as he wont and be knows what lie has given html I Tla Wouiaa With a Eaby- ChlTairy wUl not dlo so long II there remlllni the woman with the baby remarked the philosopher I This nonsense about the pretty girl always getting a seat In a ear II mere twaddle Just look through nnycnr you ate In and you will see the pretty girl with the modish gown standing and the dressmakers errand with the long box will be ICliteltIThe prettiest doesnt stand the ghost of a chance it she enters a car h1 the side of a woo I man with a baby Makeino dltrcrence- what sort of a womAn she is either That baby ii her passport to a seat I la a Madison avenue car the other day two young women who looked al- It they would have been more at home In a hansom entered the car and not I A scat was otrered At the next cross lug a miserable looking woman bob I bled In She wu tat and ugly and dirty but she carried a babya red faced squint eyed baby too Immedi- atelyI a gentleman arose from his seat Not only that but hu grasped her el bow lad steadied her when the car started o- rli bet those two stunning girls up In frotst dldnt see the beauty ot the thing They will probably add their little grumble to the general uproar about the selfishness of znanNew York herald People who use liver pius ought to try the wen known Ramon Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets No bandful for a doseno constant dosingnod- ebilitating weakening effect they are far superior to the ordinary pill Box of25 doses 25C J IL Williams IIo oIl 0 I- Ig ULR gil o ANNIVERSARY 0D g Dr A G ROWSEY gil g CopyrlghtltOIbyACltoweygil o oIl 000000000000000000000000 When the door closed behind him site went over to the library table pulled out D drawer took row It a small calendar sighed softly then marked the last day ot the month She stared thoughtfully at the mark DI she made it and turned beck the months that had gone since the first of the year It tundo her think of the year they were married It wps not ninny years ago She laid the calendar aside and fished out another anti another until that first years lay lu her hand That made her sigh allln for on the dates In that first years calendar there were no pencil marks to Indicate the evening she bad spent alone That was betore baby ClIme before he had become II little lion In the literary world Society had not then taken him under culture but now It hind lie was going to be a big lion some day he said She wondered It lie would regret marrying such D spiritless little lioness She wept die rnally Ito use3 to ask herIt seemed years ago nowto go out with him to be lionized But there was the baby so site had refused But babies do 1I0t- DlwaYI need close attention Nurse could well take care of her but now he never asked She laid the little calendars face downward With them out of sight she could pity him It dId seem hard to Write nil day with a thousand things to annoy him lle was entitled to his recreatIonthe recreation ot listening to those who could nppro- elate his work Site felt her own In ability to say bright things and she hated the heroine and the hero She wantedjp choke them both at the end of the first chapter Dud reclllim him from the tangle ot their two hundred odd pare existence al9neBgllntile little fiat and dllmllled the girl Then she brought the threeyearold Into the library and sat before the fire place with the child on her knee Now we will finish the story of the fairy tirincess Dod the wicked giant abe said turning over the leaves ot the story book The child nodded vigorously Dut the princess did not got hurt when she tell from the castle wall Edith you remember that the mother inquired No mamma tans It she Ia hurt youd ky said the youugster- Z cry7 Why Edith Tans you is the princess lie No Indeed I am no princess Edith She sighed to think ot other Ru rxw ZTO nzn noose Am orxnO- LD 1ZCNK3 days whaDlbe Will a queen A tinseled one true in the first row Five Six Jt did not seem aoknany years ago Mamma you Is the princess IID- trour The little girl Will OD the yergo tearsThe people In the flat across the hllll were beginning to move about The mother listened The child rat with suspended forefinger Presently they both heard aome ono plnTlnr The fingers rippled up and down the keys then struck up D march from A comic opera The execution Will not perfect but the time was excellent The mothers feet Itched for movement Then the music changed to a gavot then to a skirt dance Suddenly it stopped Tb mother sighed For a moment she bAd been back In the old days The swish of gauzy skirts WIlD la her ears the smeary makeup box stood before her eyes rind the old life and fun abe had known from girlhood clime back I altalrlTes lam a fairy Do you want to see n fairy mamma Edith The child shouted with delight I All right Bit bereDont look around rind Ill go back to fairyland and see I She flew Into her dressing room opened old trunks pulled out old 11111I pen nnd ballet flncry The makeup box she handled t sider- ly irtim Ned It wu inscribed Nedlilhe paused What had ever become ot him Theylmd quarreled he drank so and she had berd Wm JO- give It uV TheAwolf she Will too deadly rspectable he said I She found themakeup pint hud tQ work but In alf an hour she crept softly into the lIbrary behind the child Bending over the sleepy hlond ibo i clasped the wee hands and awoke tho baby with II kiss I The turned mamma2lIThe player next door struck up D double shuifle The little woman broke Into the step wltha toss of her head It Till ludicrous of oure lie Mould haw tbOlllht her crazy but th9 baoy eu3ituutt and watched her with dancing eyes keeping tremulous with its little feet The mother limeI on The days ot yore had come She was before the glaring Presently she stopped out ot breath In her cars rang the echb of the old time applause She laughed hYlter leally and kissed the child Tears roiled cit the grease paint You aIDt my mamma 1ous little girl falty My mammas II great big fairy the child said The little woman lau 4ed again She wlahedno It- ho was present ho would not understand lie had changed so much since the days he used to hang around the stage i100r for her to appear The pusic In the adjoining flllt trailed aiyay Into silence Then a w- on1 O humming lightly came tl ball and again silence Thcz4rete tlo lug out the parlor lightsIThe mother stood like one transfixed In the center ot the iibrary The laughter died on her lips She looked down at her berumed skirts which had suddenly turned flimsy and law dry Then a hard dry laugh rose la her throat Yes that was the way they nil dropped from her the Illusions ot her youth and her love I The child lay on the great leather couch blinking sleepily at her fairy mamma The long lashes drooped and D happy smile crept round the baby mouth She was In fairyland In truth With n sob the mother flung herself belde the couch and duped the dimpled hand In bets This lit least was her own something real something tangible Dad lasting the blessed mother love And so bo found them three hours I later when ho returned with the smiles or fair women still dazzling his eyes and their fairer words still ringIng ID- hll ears lie bent over her with a Jrown but when he saw the tiny furrows which the tears had made through the grease paint his eyes softened Then he walked to the table and picked up the calendlllll His brow was puckered as he studied the queer pencil marks until ho found the last ono Then he remembered the day He turned abruptly toward the grncefui figure crouched by the baby form their two hands tightly clasped A mist passed before his eyes and when It was gone he no longer saw the fair flfttterlur faces of the ballroom lie Will back lit the stage door of the theater walllDg for her She started suddenly and found her self Inher husbands arms lie was smiling Into her eyes the sort ot smile that carried her back to that first year What sort of a same is this De- be naked She flushed under the rouge and stammered I wasthe baby and I have been taking a trip to fairyland ndth prince came alongjust In- rti tiWqJceup the princess he mill medwlth a low laugh that made her think more antI more ot that first year And when she looked Into his eyes with a sudden impulse she flung her arms about his neck and whla pored smilingly Im so glad I waited for the prince And he looking across the table at the sCAttered calendars understood Nlaar lb thtby- In the Pennsylvania hlll country where such first names II Noah Cain Anllnla Absalom Judas etc aro common a clergyman who hUll clr cult In Lehigh county was called to ot- Oclate at a christening When he nr sired at thlt woolmanl cabin the wife seemed to be In charge of atra Ire Tho baby was In white and a few of the neighbors members of the same con gregatlOD bad been invited and were seated under the trOes When the babe was brought out by the parents the clergyman asked With what name shaU I christen the child Nina promptly answered the wife Nlnaf repeated the minister slightly bothered Where did you find such a name In the Bible said the wife 11 guess not said the preacher mildly Ob yes its in the Bible coolly answered the wife Ananlal is In the Bible This is a little boy and we only want to call Wm Nina without the AnnllNew York Times Crime 01 Vdhtealar ChUllra The custom of securing the obedl- eQce of children by telling then hug bear stories is one which Is unworthy of a cllIIzed community aud any ono guilty ot it ought to be punished In some way which he or she will remern bar It is the meanest pettiest mot cowardly kind ot tyranny andthese Ia- DO justitkdtlon for It anywhere The imaglnatlo ot II Little child is Ii thing far more deliCAte rind sensitive than its body and on the whole more susceptiblO to permanent and serious Injury The amount ot utrerlng which hu been Inlllcted on the human race through superstItion Je Incalculable and there is practically no superstitIon which would nifect it grown person whose imOgtuation had been untainted by terrors ot the unseen in childhood When a child is brought up among people who tell weird stories ot all parltlonl and portents It is unusual for It to gain a perfect balance of mind In after lite nIitornoYy well boom which Holy well lu north Vales gets iti name has bden famous throughout the wlole country for centuries The legend runs that St Wlnttl lived near the spring and endowed it wIth the power ot rei- leviug all ailments and ever since his tory tgan to bo writ in Vaies hosts ot people most of thorn Roman Cath ollc have journeyed from all parts In the hOpe of being cured of their re- spectWo tJaladleaT1e spring is sur- rouudl by a small chapel which II pposdto have been built by Mar i rct mother ot Icing Henry The candidate for cure enters and kneels on n stone ledge beside the water and then according to the cherished leg end whatever ailed him once threIafter ntIs him no more Anyone visits the little chapel nt almost any time in the year will find It full ot the lame the halt and the blind most ot them pople of the poorer classes and the vlllogers ot Ilolyweil tell ot end less miraculous cures that have taken place before their astonished eyes I CRIME Which has Shocked the People of Barren County Inhuman Father Accused of Criminal Intimacy With His Young Daughter Glasgow Ky Nov z7Oe of the roost heinous crImes that hs ever blackened this county happend- at DonAr eight mlle sOuthot this place and hss come to light Fay cUe Copass a respectable farmer oP that place came to town yesttrdsy and swore ou a warrant for J Ii Dennison charging him with criminal intImacy with his own sixteen year old daughter Dennison lives on Copus place and Wedoelray Co pass pasitg near Dennisons house came utlon the father and daughter Unawares Later In the day he met the girl and confronted her with bat he had seen She at firit de tried the charge but upon belllg told by Copass where he had seen thm begiknew It he would kill her as be bad repeatedly threatened to kill berI II itwlS evtr found out or If she ever told It She fuitber said that her father had subjected her to this i a1falherolittle over a year ago She said that the reason she hid never told any one 111 on account of the threats her father made to kill her Her story i generally accepted and con slderable excitement prevaiis la that community Very little here Is cnolln oC Dennison but the belt In formation is that he has always borne a very good reputltlonIMarshal Scott went out to day and arrested Dennis hand brought him herr where he was lodged In jail The grand Jury which haa been In session neArly all thIs week meets again Monday and It Is more than likely that be will be Indicted and tried In this court which lahi sea don lie Is sure to get the fall ex tentof the law It Is Itited that Dennison has a living wife and sev era I children p A Vlolont Attack of Croup Curod Ltst winter an Infant child of mine had croup In Q violent form says Elder John W Rogers Chris han Evangelist ol Plhlney Mo I gave her a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and In a short time all dauger was past and the child recovered This remedy not only cure croup hut when given as soon as Lb9 first symptoms appear will preVlllt the attack It contains no opium or other harmful substance and ml be given liS confidently a baby II to aq adult For ijie hy all druggists Sister MaryAre you feeling bet ter Torn Still taking your horrid cdllver oil Isuppose Brother TomYes I mix it with brandy and milk sad Im gettlllg quite to like It now pp Jumpod on a Ten Penny Nail The little daughter of Mr J N Powell jumped on IIn inverted rake made of ten penny nails and thrust one nlll entirely through her foot and a second one hat way through Chamberlains Pain Balm was prompt Iyapplled and five minutes later the rain dIsappeared and no more auffir1ng wall experienced In three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no discomfort Mr Powell is a well known merchant 01 Forkiand Va Pain Balm lIn antiseptic and heals such Injuries without maturation and la- onethlrd the time required by the usual treatment For sale y all druggists a W K Vauderbilt has decided to follow the example of J B Haggln August Belmont and W C Whitney and ship his stalllou and some twen ty brood maTes be now has In the Beat to Kentucky to begin the ea- tablllbing of another great breeding stud near Lexington a To the Public Allow rue to ssya few words In praise of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I can recommend It with the utmost confidence It has done good work for me and wilt do the same for others I bid I very severe cough and cold and feared I would get pneu usonla but after takllljt the second dose ot this medicine I felt better three bottles of It cured say cold and the pains In my chest disappeared entirely I am most respectfully yours for health Ralph S Meyer 64 Thl- rtyeventb St Wheeling W Va For sale by all dug1sts1- 10w to Succeed Gen TAylor editor of the Boston Globe la a lecture how to suCdted hit the nail on the head when he said Wherevlr you may be placed always do a little more thin Is expected of ou There Ii not much hope for the fellow who keeps his eye on the clock and starts In t LA GREAT SINGERS NARROW ESCAPEI His Voice Was About LostPhyslclaxus FaUcdPuuna as- aI Last Resort Brought Back Health and Strength PROF FRITZ VOLLUEIt PRESIDENT acnwEBBcnEaaErroEuDtrzrDO- ChlIOAGOILL8 fiVE FROM ENTIRE LOBS OF VOICE DY IKRUNA PEOPLE can tolerate tlgM MANY affections lint this ie- true of the public speaker or singer His voice must always be clear lungs pertect digestion undisturbed Hence the poptilarity ot Peruna among th leading professional men antI women countryI President Behwso Chicago In a ro Poruna Medicine Col- a111 I was zrestly troubled for weeks wIth throat trouble which the doctors defined as catarrh but could only give mil temporary relief lily voice was badly alltfldand I was afraid I would lose It entirely I read of some of the wonderful tIngs your Peruna would do and thought It advisable to try some myself- II IUD pleased to tIIMII that In a- very short time I wu cured FRITZ VOLLAWR I wash and comb up fliteen mlnntes be- oe ft I time Cor him to leave Dont beltrald to do a little extra work Tbe man you are working for may not have seen enough to appreciate It but souse one will Do not believe that success la life la due to luck flats a lazy mans thought I believe that 99 per cent of the men who succeed la life ate men who have worked hard and conscientiously The world has no rewards for lazy men Lots oC people who suffer torn constipation or blllonneas know they need a medicine but refrain dreaing the common griping purging sick cuing seusations oi the ordinary rem eziies Now we are prepared to supply a treatment that Is void of these unpleasant eflectaa modern mild remedyRalllonsLiver medicines complete curl 2S cents Sample free for the asking 7 H WilliamsI C81OftXAa3uits1MtIYoHmMss Jt 8eI6- tBlpaM 1Jtl Look it the Date On you label and you can radi1y cnlcnlato how much you flits owing on your sub scription It may seem a- very small item to eachone in arrears but the sujn total amounts to a eonsidernl sum and we need it in our busi ness Dont put it oflbJ1t pay it- Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dii- courages and lessens amblton beauty vigor one have bottle by and cheertulness soon when the neys are out order cr diseased Kidney trouble has prevalentf I afflicted a weak bornIneys lithe child ates too often II urine scalds the flesh or it when the chle reaches an Ice when It should be able 00 control the passage it is yet afflicted wih- bedwettlar depend upon It the cause If the difficulty ts kidney trouble and the first Ilep should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasaH trouble is duo to a diseased condition the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women u well u turin are made miserable with kIdney lad bladder trouble and both need the same great remedY The mild and the Immediate effect of SWllmpRoot Is soon realized Jt is sold by druggists In fifty cent and dollarI sIzes You may a I samplo mall disappear kId of with of free Ibo pamphlet tell Uou swpaoot lag all about including many of the thousands of testimonIal letters received from sullera cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper An Opera Slnger5 Ziperlenc Miss JnDlo Hawley a contralto singer of great popularity In comic opera is oneot the many profelllonl- 1lngen who UIO Peruns She writes Boos lIousE Wasuraroc DC- I I regard Peruna u invaluable to singers and actresses and alt person who use their voices in entertaining the public I have found It excellent for a cold or eonghJennio Hawley ExCongressinan C Polham of Dan croft Vs writes My sisterInlaw has been suffering from catarrh oUbe throat for aconsider able time She has been using Peruns for about one week and Is manlCelUyI Improved I belle It ii an exceUen remedy for eatarrho Petham Not only is Peruns of untold yalue in- cases of laryngitis but a bottle of Peru na rlghUy used In tho family during the winter month is of Talue untold Peru us cures colds cures coughs cures la grippe cures all diseases duo to catarrhJl congestion of the mucous membranes Address The Peruns Medicine Co of Columbus 0 for a copy of Dr hutmans hitesj book on catarth ioni JORNA1 2 TIMES A WEEK 1 104 Times a YearThe TWICEAWSEIL COURIER JOURNAL Si tbe beet paprpubllabdln tb- Ulted State for Democrat and for ALL radra U I the sual OS many DaSh and till uprtor of all otr SimSWeeklies o wklliJlaur WuerlloD Editor Tb We4ndllJ lanl ii dyotd to ItEWSI- II TIERII Ui Saturday iun Is dyoted to tbIIOIIE Sainpleopte ntfr onappil- cation Addru TilE COl1RJEUJOtJ- aNALCOLoarlWEr Dy special arrangement ou can get the RE IUuLiUArs ODd the TWCEA WEEK CUVRIER4OVRZ4AI both ODe jaz for only sine Tbla It for cash sobcrtption only AU sub mpUo nadir tbla combination offer must b- smut througbtTb Republican one Missouri Pacific OR I 1RO1 MaTa R VT PROM o l QIc11 Q1 Affords TourtstsProspeetora or home Seekers Bet Service Fastest schedule to all points In Missouri Nebras ka Xanuf Oklahoma Indian Ten tory Colorado Utah Oregon Call ornia Arkansas 1exaa Louisiana Old and New Mexico and Arizona Pullman Sleepers lree Recllaillg Chair Cars on all trains Low rates Free Descriptive Literature Consult ticket 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ANNOUNCE51NTN W lire ituthortwd to nnononro1IOS A 8 niMNKTT M n ctnillilate for State Ktnntoi train the Kewnth SeaatotUl pktrktobiecttot- henotion of the It publwan party WE are not in our new offices on Court Row Drop in and see us InoMiscous shunting on the streets of Hartford at night by the tough youngsters of the town has excited anxiety on the ofour better cit izens and a strenuous effort will be put forth to put a stop to it ALL lovers ot literature and art will regret to learn of the burning of the home of William Cullen Bryant at Kfljelyn N Y It was rivaled in Imuty and historic association in New York only by Irvings Sunny side home The loss is irrcpairable antlshou1dsuggOt the greater care of all buildings of historic interest GOVERNOR Bcckham appointed Judge J S Glenn to preside over the Circuit Court in the absence of Judge Owen whose son is very ill It would have been the logical thing to have appointed Mr Birkhead but perhaps the local Democratic man agers were afraid to have Mr Birk bi ads incapability exposed before the election WE have justreadas interesting os+ ay on gentility and were impressed with the significance of this sentence II A real gentleman will never address another gentleman by his surname While custom in many rural cow munities tolerates this familiar form of address it is really the language of the master to his slave or of the superior to the Inferior and good tasto forbids the use of this familiar form ambng cultivated people THE lineup between the foot ball team of Harvard and Yale to morrowpromUea to be a fitting climax to the games of the season It de tithe the championship for the 1902 season Yale comes flushed with victory from her contest with Prince ton but in Harvard she will meet larger and faster men and it would lie difficult to foreshadow the result of the game However it will be one of trained athletic giants around which will center the interest of the sporting world TilE Republican readers of the Urayeon Gazette have for some time boon disposed to censure tho Choleric temperament of that paper but editor White made a sufficient apology last week He said bo had discharged a tape worm forty feet long On ac oount of editor Whites disposition to fight Republicans us if they were his personal enemies many fairminded citizens were disposed to censure him but we regard the tape worm story a sirtllcient apology for all of his acer bity We shall expect better things of him hereafter TUB newspapers are having sonic thing to say about Chief Justice Guf fy Ming a candidate next year for a mt in the Lower House of the next General Assembly We are in favor of it Judge Gufly is a man of ac knowledged ability as a jurist and a man of wide experience in public af fairs It is true the position offers small pecuniary considerations It would indeed offer a small measure of honor as the world measures hon or to a man who has filled the exalt ed position oi Chief Justice of the highest court in the Commonwealth But is there rot a higher considera tion of public service A man who servos the State for considerations of money and honor only is unworthy the highest confidence of his fellow citizens It is the unselfish service of the wise and gifted citizen that de serves the highest praise If Judge Gullys patriotism is not loss than we estimate it ho will accept the nomi nation which his fellowcitizens should unanimously tender him AT the top of this column will be found the announcement of Hon A S Bennett ot Bufjrd for the Repub lions nomination for State Senator in the Seventh Senatorial District Mr Bennett is a Republican of un cjuetiioncd party fealty and no gift within the reach of the party is too great to reward his merit and public service Mr Bennett is well known to the voters of tho county as our present Representative His work as a member of the recent General Assembly attracted the attention of the most learned lawyers of the Slate and his securing the passage of the law requiring twine operators to pay their employee bimonthly demon strated his fervid interest in the la borers of lily di tiiot us well as those of the entire Commonwealth If the Republicans see fit to nominate Mr Bennett for this ollice his exceptional ly clean personal character his un selfish public service and his demon strated ability to serve his constituents as a legislator will make him an in vincible candidate at the election next year THE wholesale corruption in pelt tics in recent years has begun to bear the fruit of alarm in the minds of citizens thoughtful for the future of the country A large per cent A irresponsible voters all over the country have begun to demand mon oy for voting as if the price was a matter of right Selling their votes in fact as they would a simple anti cle of commerce The per centof this class ofirresponsible voters the whole country considered is estimated by good authorities to reach the appalling proportion of fifteen per cent of tho total vote How long this con dition can existand grow worse yearly as it doesanda decent public service be maintained should engage the attention of every honest citizen zealous for good government We are frank to cbnless that with the present tolerant state of public senti ment in regard to this ovilwe are not able to ofler t practical plan to correct it The only sure remedy and its application would be slow and- tediousis for the press great and small to undertake the popular education of the public to the dangers to good government of wholesale corrup tion in popular elections THE frequent visitor to the court room while Circuit court isin session becomes ofitimes an unwilling spectator of scenes that touch the hearts of men Such a scene was witnessed in the court room here yesterday morning when Netter Gilstrap who is on trial charged with the murder ofThomas Burton was brought in for trial Gilstrap has been in jail here since March and his wife and children who had been separated from him for that period sat about him in tho court room At his right sat his wife and fourteenyearold daughter whose young heart was bowed down with grief sod whose head was bowed upon her band In front of him sat one of his little boys a lad perhaps of twelve At his left with sad and solemn face sat his other daughter a girl of ten But I aside from the tears Of the older girl which mellowed the hearts of tbe lookerson the most touching scene was Gilstrape baby boy only five or six years old The little fellow was filled with babyish delight He was on papas knee a place he had been denied so long His baby heart was too young to be marred by the grave criminal chaige against papa and he was on fathers knee again and the joy of his little heart knew no bounds We are not pleading Gilstraps case Wo know there isanother widowwhose heart is heavy and other children whose eyes have been wet with sor rows tears but still this was one of those court room scenes that touch to tears those whose visions pierce the secret cells of human hearts May God haste the day when scenes like this occur no mono MR ED P CRows delivered a Temperance lecture at the courthouse Wednesday night Mr Crowe is doubtless very sincere in his fight against the rum powerbut his lecture here impressed his auditors as an ef fort rather to amuse and entertain than to pursuado and convince la fact he treats a serious subject with loo much levity We are indeed loth to criticise any effort however faulty directed toward the betterment or the human race but certain ly no public service may be done by commending a speaker dealing with so serious a question who appeals more strenuously to the galleries than to the consciences of men The de sire to please and the lust for app plause is so strong in the breasts of most public speakers that a measure of gallery love must be allowed but he who assumes to direct tbe lifesaving amid rums awful wreck should honor the gravity of his work Humor and ridicule are indeed ofitimes factors in reaching the heads and hearts of men and yet as often poison when misused The writer believes that the sum of rums abuse is more trouble tears and heartaches than that of any other evil that ever cursed a world If all the wails of brokenhearted mothers wives and children rum has wrought were unit ed tho awful moan would rock the outer spheres If all the tears that rum has drawn from the burning eyes of mothers wives and sweethearts were gathered into one great flood itI would put out the fires of hell TheI intemperate use of drink is more oft en a weakness than a crime and the man who scoffs at the unwilling slave of drink is both fool and slave IfJ the landsman would save some salvage from rums wreck ho may not Jo it by whispering of the wreckagel to thoso on shore It is throws a lifeline to the struggling man that wins Gods lovo and mans gratitude OASTOnXADoan thelhs Kind You Hara Always Bougt- l6lgastsre 11d COLC M BARNETT And Ills Candidacy for the Re publican Nomination for Governor The Kentucky press la indulging in various comments upon the proba ble candidacy ol Col C M Barnett Surveyor ol the Port at Louisville lathe r Republican nomination for Governor In justice to Col Barnett we wish to say that he has no Intention of becoming an active candidate for Governor Col Barnett as would any other Republican prominent in the councils of his partytels compli mented by the mention of his name In connection with so honorable fin office As that of Governor of his State but he will under no circumstances enter into an active contest for the nominationThe in the Louisville Times that Cot Barnett was an anti Bradley Republican is not true lie has at all times hed aloof from the factional divisions In his party and notwithstanding the Sect that he was Chairman of the Republican State Central Committee through the pe dod of factional divisions has dealt so magnanimously with all questions cpming before the committee that he has maintained the confidence and good will of all parties concerned The Times statement referred to doubtless grew out of the fact of Gov Bradleys support of General Dan Collier for the office of Surveyor of the Port last winter Gov Bradley said to the writer that he supported General Collier out o- no f lack of good feeling for Col Bar nett but because he was bound to Gent Collier by ties he could not Ig noreIt is not we believe an exagera Lion to say that it the Republicans of Kentucky should see fit to nominate Col Barnett he could command the support of all the elements in the Re publican party In Kentucky better than any other Republican in the State Central Business College Notes New matriculates Monday were Misses Eva Brown in commercial course and BessIe Fair in combined courseMisses Zetta Hocker and IdaPark were pleasant callers Tuesday morn ingMr Wade Stratton has been absent from school for the past week Teachers Meeting Hartford District Ohio Count Teachers Association met at Hall Beaver Dam Ky November 14 igoaProf T J Morfonpresldent The following teachers were pres ent Misses Mattie Pirtle Lonana Ford Bertha Paxton Maggie Paxton Florence Morton Bernice Miller Mabel Hubbard and rsJ A Wed ding Messrs J E Davidson O M Shultz A E Ellis Marvin Black Ozna Shultz C H Turvey A L Maddox J lIam Barnes T J Mor ton L K Mllburn L M Sandefur- J M Mattingly L K Milburn was elected secretary Opening exercises were conducted by Prof Maddox The first subjec- for discussion The Object of our Meeting was able presented by Ptof T J Morton Prof Matheny gave an interesting talk on the requirements of the teachers as given by Dr White Next was a talk on the difficulties s of a country teacher by L K Mil burn The association then took a few minutes recess After recess Pro O M Shnltr gave an excellent talk on tbe value of nature study in the schoolroom followed by a paper on Field Excur stone by Miss Mattie Pirtle the asso elation Is is indebted to Miss Pirtle for such an excellent paper The association then adjourned to the dining hall there prepared by the good ladles ol Eeaver Dam to whom tha teachers ol Hartford district ar indebted for their hospitality The association resumed Itswork in the afternoon at t p m Ptof C H Turvey gave quite a lengthy talk on nature work and many points will be of use to the teachers if prop erly used Prof Matbeny gave a talk on open Ing exercises in school and favors tbe same The teachers vacation being the next subject Prof Taylor favors much out door exercise and a course ol readingMr Ellis gave a talk on the teaching ot history In the common school lie has good methods in presenting his subject of history to his lady pupils Prof Barnes uses the opening exer clses to Impat general Information by reading current events or by a collection of questions by the pupils Miss Rosa Berryman in a paper favors the idea of the trustees making the school rpom and surroundings at tractiveA discussion of introducing general Information s led by Oins Shultz followed by Marvlu Black and Prof Matheny Recess Resumed work after recess by a discussion of employment during va cation by Mrs J A Wedding lot owed by Miss Maggie Paxton Miss Mabel HubVnd gave an ex cellent outline of the language work in her school The vocal solo rendered by Miss Florence Morton was very much ap preciated by the association Interesting talks were made on the subject of common school graduation by Prof Morton Prof Shultz and Prof Matheny A motion was made and carried that Prof Matheny and the chairman prepare a program for the nexj meet ing and fix the time and place of meeting Also a vote of thanks was given to the ladles who prepared the excellent dinner A motion carried to adjourn L K MitBURN See In Memory of Ellsworth Myers Many hearts were made to mourn on October 31 1903 when death came into the home of S D Myers and claimed Ellsworth for Its victim IJe was born May tS 1880 How sad to see one so young clasped In deaths cold embrace Ellsworth was loved by all for whenever or where ever you saw him be met you with a pleasant smile and a kind worn lie len a father stepmother three sis lIters five brothers and a host oi friends who deeply mourn his loss But through our teats we all look back with fond recollections to his life while here below lila life as a pure true and noble gentleman was worthy of imitation We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family and friends and trust they will prepare to meet God whohas taken Ellsworth to his eternal homeA Court Notes The Ohio Circuit Court convened In court hall here Monday Judge W T Owen being absent on the ac count of the sickness ot hill son W T Owen Jr the Governor appointed Judge J S Glenn who Is conducting the court in a most acceptable manner Commonwealths Attorney J Edwin Rowe and County Attorney W H Barnes are present looking ease the evildoers The following named gentlemen were empaneled as grand jurors James Gentry E W Ford Joshua Miller E B Klrtley A N Brown W L Chapman E T Allen Worth Tichenor A Foster S J Weller foreman Herbert Render sheriff and G J Weller clerk The following named gentlemen have been empanneled as petit jurors for the present term S G Rhoads R H Gillespie E C Woodburn W J Igleheart Richard Flummtr A H RossJ M McFerrin D B Helaley Leslie Combs Joseph Welsh it B Render Joseph Jett Nat Lindley Comth vs Netter Gilstrap on trial The following cases have been con tinned 3974 Comth vs Cap Davis c 3873 Comth vs Thomas Tatnm zecases 3921 Comth vs Lon Morgan 3958 Comth vs William Benson 3960 Comth vs W E Russell 3965 Comth vs Lon Morgan 2 cases 3996 Comth vs Charles Moxley 4000 Comth vs Claude Slaughter 40 8 Comtb vs Dock Porter 2 cases 4021 Comtb vs Forest Chlnn 4039 Comth vs James Lamkln 4041 Comth vs Gray Arbery The following cases have been stricken from the docket 3891 Corath vs Tom Austin 3885 Comth vs Virgil Trail 3tcases 3540 Comth vs Jlnl Burns 3635 Comth vs Ba + Tilford 3761 Comth vs Rudy Jan 2 cases 3805 Comlh vs John Moore 3813 Comth vs Henry Whittaker 3814 Comth vs Fletcher Hardison 3855 Comth vs Alvin Porter 3856 Corath vs Lee Tilford 3865 Comth vs Willie Walker 3866 Comth vs Sip Rhotds 4042 Comth va Dave fUzellp State of SSLUCASFrank J Cheney makes oath that he Is the senior partner ol the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City ot Toledo County and State afircsaH and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dolars for each and every case ol Ca HallseCatarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of De cember A D 1886 1 A W Gleason SEAL rNotaryPublic Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system Send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co Toledo O Ssld by Druggists 750 Hells Family Pills are the best CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thedSignature of T A Liberal Offor The undersigned will give a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to any one wanting a reliable for disorders of the cOllstlpatlon1This All druggists I Farm For Sale A good farm ol sixty five acres six miles north of Hartford part hill andI part bottom new house and plenty of wetter and good orchard Call on or address this paper or JOHN T Lows Palo Ky People who use liver pills ought to try the well known Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets No handful for a doseno constant dosing no debilitating weakening efJct They are far superior to the ordinary pill Box of 25 doses 250 J II Williams Ciuil Docket Nou Term 1902 TUESDAY 3335 Sarah A Hardln ys EU ha Hull 3847 P R Kelly vs Ed Davison 5 9 Thomas McDanlel vs I C R R Co 5116 II T Crowe vs Sam Keown 4062 L F Drake c vs Rowan hot brook 5119 R T Taylor Jr vs C D Chick WEDNESDAY 5120 B D Ringo vs Helfrlch Lumber Mfg Co 5123 N B Mosley vs Ed Davison 5137 P R Robertson c vs F J Relt et at 5150 W II Havens vs John Daugh erty 5154 J M Robinson Norton Co vs J D Density THURSDAY 5151 Elvis Stevens ftc vs R CJar nngln 5159 B M Kendall vs JP Stevens 5162 M B Jarvis vs R J Daniel 5167 II A Reddish vs las D Johnson 5168 Wra L Lawlace vs Royal Fraternal Union 5169 B J Shields c vs S M James FRIDAY 5173 White Branch McConkln Shelton Hat Co vs Cotton Co 5174 J 0 Cater vs R C Smith 5177 Ohio County Bank vs Wm De Hart 5184 Roland Newton vs I C R R Co 5185 A LGaldls vs Williams Coal Co 5186 Isabelle Raley c vs I C R R C COURT TRIALS F L McKernon vs A J Casey I Keep It In Your Home And when the bowels foil to act prop erly take a dose of LYONS LAXATIVE SVRUP It acts gentry but effectually t the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system In good working order and make your complexion clear For sale by J Thos Allen RosIneKy ROCKPORT Mr M P Maidox ol Smallhons was here Friday on business Mr Leonard Baker ol Ceralvo was in town Saturday Mr Alex Khoidi ot Ceuttnown was In town Saturday Rev G II Lawrence of Small hous was in town Sunday en rout homeeMr Will Helaley of Drakesboro visited Irlends here Sunday Mr Paul Landrumof Sturgis vis- Ited Heads and relatives ht re Sun dayMr Illbby Hmel went to Bsaver I Dam Sunday Mrs W C Overton visited In Me Henry Sunday Dr A D Park Is on the sick list st this writing MrT W Englerwent to McIIenry SundayMessrs T K Brown John R Can din and Henry CundlfT of Paradise passed through town en route to Providence Sunday City Judge S L Fnlketson went t Smnllhoua Satnr Jay Rev Anderson of Louis ville preached here in the Presbyter- Ian church Sunday to a Urge au dience Messrs Cleveland and Verno- Williams A M Harrel and Addl Austin Menico were in town Sun dayMiss Mamie Baldwin the popular milliner for Harrel Bros left Tuesday for her horse fn Hartford to remain this winter Some years ago while at Martini burg W Va I was taken with chol bydlarrhpeaThedid me no good I was advised to get a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DIairhoea Remedy which I did and It cured me sound and wellG A Morris EmbreevllleI Pa Sold by all druggists or DUNDEE The Teachers Meeting held here the I4tb was attended by a very large crowd and enjoyed by all Miss Laura Johnson who has been visiting her parents 11rand Mre Tom John olJ returned home Mon dayMr and Ms John Renfrew Nar rows spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs B F Bean Mr and Mrs Jim Spronle are visit ing relatives at Woodbury Miss Effie Bean spent Sunday with her parents here Death has again visited our town since last writing Mr Henry Hurt died Monday night of consumption He was a good citizen oral neighbor and liked by all who knew him lie leaves a wife two sons and two daughters beside a host ol friends to mourn his death Ills remains were Interred in the Cannon burying ground fteeHoIItb 1 GamesIn each pound package of Lion Coffee from now until Christmas will be found a free amusing and instructiveso different kinds GameL Mental Strain Affected General Health- DoctorsDoesWeals ened Stomach Dr Miles NervlneCurcdMe Dr Miles Restorative Nerrlne briars rest outgwith the cares and anxieties room Read the following MI have always been healthy with the ncaption of a touch of rheumatism since rmr age came on up to the time of my husbands last illness some years ago I assisted In rtI1nln my husband for nearly three months when he departed this life and the mental strain I think caused my trouble Aside extreme nervousness trouble com menced with sore throat and neuralgia Mr physician gave me doses which weakened me very much and my stomach for a time seemed Inactive Mental strain and the dormant condition of my stomach soon told upon my general health l had little appetite and was soon forced to IIa in bed a taler part of the time Wllhln a week alter the time 1 began Miles Restorative Nervine and Tonicswas op about the house I continued their use until completely cured faith In Dr Miles has been strengthened by ourdaugbterhayInguseil ruulU In a case of paralysis a to whom I sent a box the rills reports that she has been completely cjired of their use a number yourmedicinehuhelpedinalarge 1R81AANCxa COPtlAN All drurcists sell and guarantee first bot tIc Dr Miles Remedies free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind 0OBYHOTEL T QUISENBERRY Propr Best 100 Hotel in the City Your Patronage Solicited HI Frrdric 8U Owemboro Ky U CumberlandTELEPHONE AXD IIIwithemy land Telephone In my residence and place ol business My basinets has Increased and my wiles voice Is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for ROO service and gentlemanly competition CPsNI ManrI DRINK OLD JOE if 1 The Best Whisky on Earth For salo by Henry Nail Hartford Loo Chlnn Hartford JA- I Bradley Rockport JasEspoy Rondor RW Rngland Horso Branch PERKINS MANNING CO DISTIUM- BSOnrrnoboro Ky CASTOrLXA BadtfeY cf t fGelu Louisville Market CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers f555o5M- edlnin to good steers 5 oo 0 5 50 Choice butcher steer 4 254 85 Medium to good butchers 3 75 4 25 Common to medium 3060325 Cannets 1 25 2 or 425iGood to extra stock steers 3 250 3 s Common to medium 2 25e 3 oo Good to med stok heifers 25o3 oo Plain light mixed stockers 2 250 2 85 Gnod to choice bulls 3 os 3 25 Medium to good bulls 2 25 3 oo Choice veal calves 6 250 7 oo Com to medium calves 3 oo 4 25 Choice to fancy milch cows r 45 oc0 s ioo Medium to good 3000G35 oo Plain common 206002500 HOGS Choice packing butchers Coo to 3J Ibs 645 Med packers i6otto 200 6 40 Choice lifht 120 to 16n 6 30 Choice pigs 9 to OQ Gooi pigs 50 to 90 12016 75 Roughs SHEEP 15 to 500 oo Good to extra shipping 2 o2 80 Fair to good 2 502 60 Common to medium r 752 25 Bucks i 150225T- UB GRAIN MARKET WheatNo 2 700 No 3 68c re jected 28s less on levee tcJess CornWhite 64c mixed 63X0 yellow 690 Oats White 350 mixed 29c The prices for wheat are those paid by dealers tbe quotations for corn oats and rye are selling prices THE PROVISIONS MARKET Mess Porkt7 oo Hams Choice sugarcured light and special cure I2i4c heavy to medium 53053fscr BaconClear rib sides 12C regu lar clear sides I2c packed breakfast bacon r4fc sugarcured shoul ders ioc bacon extra nnc- LardPrime steam in tierces roXc choice leaf in tierces nc In tubs 11 fsc pure leaf lard in tierces I2cinTikins 12J c Bulk MeatsRibs txjlc regular clear sides n J extra short toJc s t t 17 14 New Cloaks JI 14Latest Fall Styles L- J Are arriving daily We want you to listen or +2 to our talk It means that we have things 1 to say to you and that we can hc1p you in I J your buying We are looking to your inter 1i j cst as well as our profit We have the goods by 14 to sell at prices that will sell thembir4 4 14 Dry Goods Clothing Shoes b M i I Hats Furnishing Goods 1 4 And everything to bo found in nn iiptodnto Dry fr1 Goods and Clothing Store Wo also Imvo tin eta 1J J gnnt lino gs Curtains Etc r i orts IS RE I tract 1Wh not 1ihy wouldnt to daY bit good M t4 time to drop in and select thatWinter Suit t lltOUlt I 1ineed Want something swell Colno and look at it 1 our linoof 1000 1250 and 1500 Suits No risk bit 1 4 of missing any BOW fashions if you buy your Cloth ttr m T 4 lh I bIg hero l41The Place for Millinery bM iIM 1 Why is it THE place Because throughout tho J 1JJ season we give our customers just whatthoy wnnt for bt 1fS little money as is consistont with tho qunlityof o d 1 goods These customers toll their friends and lit ithey como and buy of us Wo have a fino assort id +1 mont of shapes mid trimming Pattern Hate mipe t 4 14nor in stylo and finish Beautiful Millinery for cv + crybody it 4 Com see our stock Wo will save you monoy l 4 l h011 b i Prettiest Line of Neck Utrs 1wear in Hartford tr + j r5he Economy t Dry Goods Store tfMRS SARA COLLINS SMITH Propr r Y 1 4hd 3 t COME TO OUR STORE t The Greatest Showing of JSabb Suits and Swell t Overcoats Jde 1 This is the cheapest lot of GOOD goods over ei4V brought to this city Como and sco how cheop vo tE t 45 de aro solling good CLOTHES Suits mid Overcoats at J r bfdeH de 1 stand iho test or hard wear will give tho customor 49 thb satisfaction of knowing tho st lo and tit t8 li dSrbE aF + de oil that same qualities aro sold anywhere e y blbr L t de 1 All kinds of now Shoes now Hats Swell Neck bir f t Ii f de wear Nobby Blurts and good Underwear t d 1 de l Bring Us that Bdyl I fe- J t 1I 1 i Youve thought youd like to see clothes that would J I y ih k J hold Dont make flY diflbronco how Bquirm J111i J j ldewriggY ho may bo have Clottics made to tn l- lftjf l 1dfor tho r oS 11 li littlo fellows fr N tide o Overcoats for Boys it f1 n de Prudent mothers who aro careful buyers and pay t i rfC 1 4 full attention to style quality and price and waht ff 9 t lasting OVERCOATCall do very well to look s jjiI debir4 bra of lYours for Tradebit ft 1 1 SAM BACH =1 RTFOpD r J MMM M 1r if h Y I = I 1 PuiLIs Good- Push J il1t il 1 w J l Is Better But Push and Pull together make thqiwheels of bus iness roVolvo fastest So wo aro pulling and pushing for your fall purchases This week wo are offering some bargains in our Handkerchief stock t nuts Their Five extravalue made wellfiniihed lawn Inch our prlcr small polkadots assorted owprlCC zoo each Three dozen Ladles anatrowstrlp border Jfnnrr Ttnfrhpfrnnilp tnfrI1 cheap enooklfht toe our Ijclatprt eSc 00 ladles jMfcoTpr blaciconehalMnchbemstltcbed border elaborately trimmed In onecorbsrwithwhiteopenwork embroidery made out of abeer softmaterial worth 5COUr is 150 0 Ltdles pure white Handkerchief all four Corner handsomely embrold ereilmsdeoqtol good material only roe v I We aretifowlrig a complete line of Mens Handkerchiefs from to 250 Qtalltles are Jar better than those 7011 usually buy at these Take peep at this line We wilt jIeas e you both in and s OLJIP Linen Department Our big special la cotton buck Towel made of best quality buck heavy and flu lab with heavy stripe borders 19x39 our low 50 pair r Onr special value In halflinen buck Towel big size well bleached side with tllrktJ red border good serviceable Towelprlce aoc to SOC pair 1 Besides these foW specials dont forgot that wo are the largest oxclusivo dealers in Dry Goods Clothing Trunks MiI1inoryfL1Ioes1 in Hartford Our Qualities aro iijtho BEST Our W PRICES aro EVER BEAT EN place is I 1- 1y GUNS GUNS WE HAVB JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LINE Of Shot Rifles Target Guns AMMUNITION SHELLS ETC Anil fropfctlnl yon to caiHftfl4 10 th livrcnt ooJ best UM ot Baet lanstrtr to Hftrford PRICES THE LOWEST w CARSON BROS Grocerymen Hartford i tQOvLrehsboro KyUftlii 8UI bStWfS Trtplt n4 Bollrtr ntHUtUon KIna to itock Headquarter for qfclo count wopU JAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor Hartford ulw can1 PRJpAY 2fI Tweddelmakes meal Try I him tf ol nil kfndavac qtty Rastanl I rant r I SchroctersEtoatlng Studio is at Hartford r1 City Restaurant for everything I goodtoeTt d I Celebrated Arizona StoVes for sale byWS TintYey I tNI est eakes and Crackers in towa City Restaurant V For an upUMldte meat or lunch go to City Restaurantf I Nicest Fruits and Candles In Hartord nfCity Restaurant Call onW S Tlnsley for fresh family Grocerle Hardware and Roof tugFreshOystet99IflbtantIY on land at In any style v f J Cheeet4insage Dried Beef and Crackers In Hartford at City Restaurant Midget tiesthe newesti come In Bolld blue red and Jancy patterns 350 at Fairs ir t V No trouble JrijPafifs to jell iskr4 wear ej are a II balawer than anyboi7tyv Fancylsdlidfwnlte and jpoJk W Jleeced pIqcitbe1atsit jwatet fct I csat Fairs FOR SALIjactcTarahJpiu Central Dus aesL College Uartford Ky for sale cheap Call onTbf add read this office r i R L Twedde1lowreanjIy I your cornjSatUlattion guar Bteed located iron bTOge Hartfordj Ky tf p dozen Handkerchief onehalf printed border good fast colon a regular roc article sc each o j Ten dozen of the mbstttaple patterns shown In onehall Inch hemstitched border shades a Handkerchief well worth iour ni Ar 0 Swiss price sc prices a price quality a Scotch woven pattern beetle size Inches price 1s a a good selvage a Etc VERY Tho jiI ra o good Fruits t Nicest grind When laHartiord get yoar meats at City Restanran Firstclass In every rCspCctIThe Golf Gloves Fairs hive them In gray bfick garnet and whlteat ajc Verypopular The colored teachers institute willi be held at theM B Cfinrch In Haytl Decembers and 6J902 A little child of Mr Nelttr Miller a farmer living near Mt Pleasant died Monday of membraneous croup New line of statnped linens for Jov e4f nibroidery Specific designs lu center pl eesranaseat Fair Only 848 for a to beaver Jacket riIjthtFairs Boys who want the uptodate ot lars should see Fair They are new and exclusive styles rseeach or two for 350 LastSaturdayya ClothingDay at Fairs The way suits and overcoats went out showed hoW prices are in Hariford The IrOnCIad Rubber Boots every pair warranted can only be found at Pair tome and see them and reid the guarantee Those az4ckalLwoot Tricots are atFatra again Colors nile green old rose red and blue The proper Zos for wool waists f IjhavCa fuarhoreepower engine also one corn boskef and ahredder for aalt PD L D SANDERFUR Il3t Beaver Dam XYo Do you know that Fairs bayC the best tine oi everyday nolid wearing wprk coats in county Their prices for a good one Is only fr25- Dr John drigsby of Petersburg Indrdled at his home In that city lasfweek DrOrigsby was abroth cfof Mrs Julia A Renfrew of Dun dee aarr S The fasopvilIeanbe teams met pri the diamond aTSuford i Saturday pfternoon The game re stilted In Savor of Masonvllle by a scoreof34to 14 Messro Clarence Arm ndt and Byron Wedding have opened pa general dry gOod store at Dundee These are bop ehefgeilc responsi young men and should have a lib at patronage In their line Call on Armendt Wedding Dundee Ky for anything you need In the General Merchandise line you dont see it on onr counters welu will order it for yon- ABMKMUT WADDING Dundee Ky AboutTbanksgivingnight a troupe of local players wilt delight Hartford citizens wish a very interesting come dy drama The Corner Stone The troupwill be under the diiectlpn- n of Dr Jease Beau a young man ofc derfal dramatic talent who unfortu nately for him wr think Is about to undertake the performance of th real tragedies of the practice ol medicine In preference to stage tragedies 5 which nature has so eloquently fitted him W P Colley and his nssjstants ate I in town in the Interest of the Christo Ian Literary Society of St Louis or ganizing c club for the Art Wcrk I Palestine It is one ol the finest in structors on Biblical literature known to the World today It contains all of the Biblical Blbgraphy Geography History and Theology It Is Illus trated with all of the Photographs Palestine as they appear today Uk en from nature It is a valuable piece of information rometblng everyI home should owL To appreciate ItIIs to see It i Little Miss Maty BlizabehFeI gave a party last Filday evening in honor of her seventh birthday Light refreshments were served and a very enjoyable time was had by the large crowd of young folks present Those In attendance were James and Leila Glenn Isabel and Glenn Owen FairI Laura Thomas Nancy Ford Rebecca Sbultz Mary Crson Matlam Hot brook Mare Collins Nettle and Jen nle Gillespie Jessie MattInglyLoulse Phlpps Lewis Riley Charley Thomas Shelby Stevens John Pblpps P yor Rfngo Marvin McCrocklin Loujrloe Collips Helena Miller MYr tie Williams Katie Pendleton Elener Petty Elsie Matthews WlllleSelbert John J Williams EstlP Barnett Glenn Barnes Others present were Mrs Jennie D Hamilton of Green ville Mrs Shnltz Misses Mam Bennett Pearl Thomas Fannie toxIEdna Warrlner Winonn Stevens of kartford I r Ten pounds7fl6od roast cd Coffee for 1 at the New Cash Grocery u 1 JAMES SHARER I Killed by a falling Tree Near Beaver Dam SaturdayI James Sharer was killed by a laIlki tree near Beaver Dam Saturday morn log Enrly Saturday mproitiitJaroe Sharer Silo Taylor and Late Burden went tb the wood nearBeavcr Dan to make fencing slatsforMr Thomas Taylor Mr Sharer was eplittiti the timber Bud Taylor and Burf were sawing it Taylor and Burdc were sawing a tree down and when the tree was about ready to fall called S upon Sharer to drive a wedge rold them1 Sharer canurtolbe tree drove the wedgeand wben the tree was fatIloa log Will standing near the sturnp pith maul In one band and the wet in the other The falling trftruc a dead hickory tree and strange o say the dead htckoiy fell in tbe op posite direction to the falling oak Taylor called to Sharer to look on ti but standing with the maul and wedge In his hand and apparently unconscious oL danger was struck by the falling hkkoynn 4 instantly killed Mr Sharer was an unmarried man an4 same to O Butler c I bout a ytai1ago Ua was for atnJ time alter coming herei employed by I livery men at Hartford Nice basket of Grapes at tho Now Cash 6r9I dory for 25c Try tlem BirthDay Party Miss Jessie Glenn daughter Ibf Judge and Mrs J So Glenn enters talned In honor of her fourteenth birthday Wednesday evening Four teen guests were present Misses Blanch Mller Edna Warrlner Jessie Glenn Katfe Thomas Wlnona Steven I Annie Patton UtIle Lee Render and Messrs Ira D Bean lease Bean CV D Steyen Cecil Stevens Mo Dowell Fogle Cleve Her and Clebei Millerj 1 V Nineteen pounds bC I Granulated Sugar for1I at Fosters New Cashr l I Grocery A BIg Pumpkin We are Indebted to Mrs Elli Gate of Snlphnr Springs for a very floe pumpkin The pumpkin Is a rn variety the seed of which Mrs Ca piocured from La Crosse WIs It is thirtyfour Incheadn length thirt nine inches in circnmjBrenpe at its yfour p r- r ABOUT1 PEOPLE rf i Marshals O Kcdwnoi Fordsvllle la Initown Ir Jesse JJlles Trisler was Ii- itpwnTu r sday 4Leie Myers Render was In town Tuesday ertfrl Jap McIntyrelot Ceo was In town Monday Mr W W Mitchell of Olatorf was In town Monday ifM J B Howard Fordsvllle was town Tuesday Mr J J Broderlck Fordsvllle was Id town Tuesday DR P Nail Cromwell was in townAVednetday Mr S L Weller Sulphur Springs was in town Tuesday Marshal John Guess of Deanefield wasMn town Tuesday Esq John M Graham Narrows was in town Monday Mr turl Durbln Leltchehi1 was In ton Wednesday orItJamel D Taylor of Cromwell on us Wednesday9 Deputy Sherlfl Jo H Roberts was In town the Distot the weetss Esquire Geojge Mlr lhor Crom well was in town yesterday inMr J T Davis of promwell was among OUI caller Wednesday Deputy Sherlfl It L Boyd was In In town the first of the week Mr Carl M Taylor of Prentls was a caller at the office yesterday Messrs C D Sullenger and John Burton wept to Owjnst oro yesterday Mr NIcU Dsqlel of Cromwell was pleasant caller at this office yesterday OweDslJorpix week Basil Stewart iMt Pleasant was a pleasant calllrat this office Tuesday Messrs1 Mariam Martin and Clar tate Armendt of Dundee called onus yestefday Mr John Duncan of Greenville representing the Prudential Life In surance Co ialntowtl MJsjlMIef of Ureka Ind who has been visiting Miss Mattie Luce for Bcveial weeks leSt forborne Wednesday Mrs W G Hardwlck and daughI ter Miss Marie Francis and Master Hen r Hard wick Jr visited relatives in Owensbocothls weekjMiss Addle Harllson a trained Ienunelot Ogrensboro who has been attending Mr Ci PKnowllna family lorsevjral days will return to ber home Saturday ICol 1C ill Barnett after a stay of sevcraldayqhere and a visit aceomI panledE by his wife td Capt W JIStone Bt Kuttawa returned Wednesday to bs office at Louisville J Mr JJarney Morehead arid wlfe Mrs Win Richmond Aid daughter Miss Aaud Richmond of Calhoou made a flying trip to Hartford Satur dayandcturned Sunday They all spent Siiriday with Mrs Emma Hud Ig80nf Mm JHi Nave and Mrs Mollle Hays oj Oiypnaboror ldri Georgia Coots of Beaver Dim and MrTJS- mith Mrs J S Cecil of Hartford have xone to visit Mrs Heary II of Fulls pf Rough lorcummInE auutlbet havevllvr of the ladles except Mrs Nave haT ever seen their a ntbj ore Mrs Cnmmln a laj sf years acid tie mother of Mr Wllljam CommIDilltbepmentl1erJjJoJGr lcounty Notice to Teachers havelrkby calling at my office H T I DKJVEESE S C S h Just rccciyc4at the i New CasKGrocerya nice line of casi1tpp1es Grapes Bananas ands x Lemons r Ij SULPHuSiSf JS 4The armerll very 1Uping tobacco t The health of the community tl very good Ir Dresden Beaus new house is I r tv almost completed Mrs William Acton was Jald to rest llroitwlnghfeDds and felaHjes The lat ballof the season w Il be given at the1 hoVel Thanksgiving night November 37 Everybody n vlttd Mldtiff band will turn sV t amustc t r Shredded Whjpat at- FostersNcw a 6r ccrjyT Delicrous Tryit- f e FORDSYILLE havetcourt many are wwitnesses Inthe BoatnerSchllelzbaum case Mrs Annie B Milles 01 Owens boro is here for an extended visit to her daughter Mrs Arnold McCarty Mr Joe Roberts is very ill from be lug kicked in the forehead by his whorse J teMr and Mrs Lon Johnson who have been visiting his mother here ybave gone to lIawesvlUe to visit Johnsons parents Prof and Mw N T Graves Messrs Cleve Her Ike Sandefur T z 1 and Robert Marks of Ilattford war here Sunday Mrs J B Renlrow of Narrows visited her mother Mrs Walker Here Tuesday Mfand Mrs C E Ford entertain ed vwith a candy pulling for the younger set Wednesday evening fi Watch Smith Reynolds for boll day goods Mrs Fritz Baumgaertner of Rock poVt Ind Is the guest of Mrs W W Camp Mrs Flora Smith is on the sick list Mr Leslie Walker has resigned his position at the bakery and he and his wife are now located on a farm near Hardlnsburg Mrs TJ Smith of Hartfprd and Mrs Jns Cecil of near HartfordMrs Coots of Beaver Dam i Mrs J II Nave and Mra lIaysrot Ovveusboro 1t sisters passed through here Mon day en route to Falls of Rough to vis relatives J r8J TSmitb is spendhff a few hayVpltll her sister Mrs Frank lntbeconntry Ilfrhustlu and Mrs Mary Martin of BeaVer Dam yremar tel here Suuday arterndbn tthe home of Mr and Mrs Jim Martin Mr and Mrs Austin left oil the 715 train for Beaver Dam Hunters are numerous In this sec tion and Bob White had better keep shyL Mrs Co P Austin of heaver Dam came over Saturday for the Martin Austin wedding returning Sunday night 1 The meeting of the Fordsvllle Mag isterial district teachers association heldlre last Fflday wasvery sue cesstulQuite number ofteacehers were present and great Interest was shown not only by the teacher but ayiaariy oi QUF townpeople wto at tended and Opened wide their homes to the teachers for entertainment and extended to them an invitation to convene with us again in December was accepted1 F A Violent Attack of Croup Cured LIst winter an infant child of mine had croup in a violent form says Elder John W Rogers A Chris tian Evangelist ol Fillney Mo 1 aveher a Sew doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and in a short time all danger was past and the child re coverThis remedy not obly cures croup but when given as soon as the first symptoms appear will prevent the attack It contains no opium or ther harmful substance and may be givenascdnfidently toiibby- astO an adult For sale by all druggists 1 iia m Trlppltf Wedding On yesterday t3 pm six hearts were made to beat as thee at the Hartioitf JIouse The Contracting parties 1cere Willie Vernon Echols Jessie il Woodbnrh Rockport Cecil Pzzle Nelson Muhlenburg county to Zella Mefiord Hock port 14S Campbell Echols to Lucy Hooper Echols alt arc highly respected young peoplewho stand high In their respective communities Judge Mlllerofficlated and pronounced the succession df ceremonies r Con l gratulations go out from Tan RKrbn UCA I to all the Jop people l New BankforComptoil Couipton kyi Noy 9Lon Rogers ol Greensburg Kyi has fee curetl the required vninounf for the capital stockaDd a hew bank will be gin business about February Peopleattending court should not fail to Visit Fosters New CashGrp c rf9r their family supplies It will pay them r Lyons Laxative Syrup ts avcgetable preparation absolutely arm1ea ts effect it acU gently on the Iddneysjliverondbowelsi cpres con headache cjeati tIm complexion and makes the blood purer An ideal remedy for child ren as well as adults For sa by J Thos Allen RoslneKy 1 f r For Sate YA Ip the Bryant Strat llege1LouiavilleWe address1Tun RjjprjntfcAM Hartford Ky- Dr6pS I Dead at aWeddlng Georgetown Ky Nov 19 Mrsi l3ettle Gajnes wife of Mr Will A Gaines oneof the most prominent citizens of Georgetown dropped dead tonigh at the weddlntrof Mr John R Downing skid MJssEvelyn Craig1 at the Christian clurc1r Sue became ill and stepped from the church Into an ante room and was lead In a Sew mloitt s t1 SS MalorltyWltbl Qwensboro KjN6V 19 Suit was filed in Hawesvllle todayrby minority members of the Baptist church at that place fjr possession of the bullying the charge being that themajdrftyhave fallen Into Heresy denying the IuapJratlpn of thcwholc Scripture the total depravity of man the uecsltyorbaptim as a prere quisite for chprch membership and the necessity for an ordained ruin istry rhe church bas been divided on these points for a year under the lead ership of the PMtor the Rev J MH Desclramp1abr1llianty ung preacbi er ot the most liberal views There Is n great deal of tltterne5s and the fight will be a long aud bard one r MAD DOG Alarms the Citizens of the Quiet Little Village of Ccntertown The citizens of Centertown were thrown into a panic Wednesdey by the presence oi a dog apparently are fected with rabies The dog which was a strange one firstappeared in the yard ol Mr Joe Jones where it had violent fits and bit Mr Jones dog and then bit a Tios In a lot adjoining hiayatd It also bit a horse belonging to Mr J P Stogner The dog then went to Mr Alvin Rowes where it bit a chicken and when Mr Rowe went out to protect hiS poultry yard the dog rushed toward him with all the fury of its madness aid Mr Rowe barely gc4 inside of his house1 lAid shut the donr In time to avoid the onslaught of the maddened vicious dojr Mr Rowe got bis shotgun and Quickly put the dangerous caplne out ot Us suffering Repeclatcare wlHbe taken with the stock bitten by the dog and the result rtlll be watched with interestt Cut this out and take it to all drug gists drug store and get a free sample of Clhnmberlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic They cleanse i nnd invigorate the stomach improve the appetIte and regulate the bowels Regular size 250 per box WEST POINT Parmirs are busy gathering corn and rounding up their1 fall work rMr Roy Tfchen r is repotted bet ter Several frorri this vicinity attended church at ProvIdenceSnnday 00 Rev Dj K Maddoxylsltpd Irlends in tis community last Satur day and SundaySSeveral from this place attended court at Hartfcrd the first of the week C M WISEMAN Sou Leading Jewelers of Louisville have just ten out a New Catalogue embracing everything in the Jewelry line II you want a handsome article suitable or a Christmas present at most reas onable prices write for for a cta logue 132 W Market Street Louis ville Ky iStf F Th New Cash Grocery has everything that is good and nice Joe tr FRIEDALANDv Hfalthi in tilts community Is verj good atthis wrltlaita rand MrsHooYer were the guests of their spn Mr G J Moover last Sunday Mr Jim Smith and family ofWar ten county have moved Into bur midst we extend to them a hearty welcome RevEmbrythe pastor at Shlloh is conducting a meeting at that place He is being assisted by Rev Kelly Much interest is being maul fested Let ua Iope that much good may be accomplished Miss Bessie Hanija oi Horse Branch visited MIss Blanch St Clair latSunday MeesrWvS audi ASandbach at tended the Teachers Meeting at Dun lee iast Frifldy 0 Canel Run Jtir hbs ordered a chororgan and are expecting1 it this week Mr Elm r Miller andMmllyM moved front this community tq Vine dr ve a few months ago we are proud to announce have returned Miss Lou Hoover riade aflvfng trip to FprfavJlle Several Of our young people con proverDI 11 When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an pld timediiry proverb It often seems to w6rk though no onevjjas vqr toldwhylWhen mothers arb worried because the children do not gain strength and f1shwe say give them Scotts Emit sion It isJike the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scptts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with sQine hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachs Children take to it riaturally because they like the taste amlth J jempdy takes just as naturally to the children be caUse it is so perlcUyadapted to thefr wants Fpjr all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion- is trie most satisfactory treat ment We will send you the penny I e a sample free- D nr itt 1Kb pktur In tin form 01 a label U o lb pi cvcnrbeult el Emoliioo fU burc SCOTT BOWNpr Chemists 40cr Pearl StN V see Sflt zoo all drunialJ 00 lemplaed ttendlngr the Quarterly Mcettbg at MU Vernon last Sunday were somewhat dlsapnelntedJJbeing such an unfavorable tz i V I RIENDs tIP Farmers are very usJCwithfthejr Vail work y We are glad to JoteinGitud RoyaJils able to be out Little IaGe West rfiId islfm prov ing slowly Dr E vid Hart ford was to see her Tuesday MrO Davis Royal Mleand little son visited relatives here recently Mr Elmer Royal wile and two lit tIe children visited her father near DeanGeld Saturday aud Sunday Mr Sylvester White and family moved to Owensboro recently He sold hie farm and crop to Rev RJ Hrandqi P F Weaterfield bought the farm of Elder RI Brandon IohnHtltonfoUr years died Friary November 14 and was buried Saturday Services conducted by Elder Robt J Brandon Ha leafea father mother brothers alsleVand a large concourse of friends am Js1pUves to mourn his absence Ve c J sympathyth2Eed 5T o Ml Stuffed Up utrcrersrromGreat difficulty Jfexperienced in clear lug the head ardlJiTaaiir go wonder catarrhvoaTiBcs hcadacho Impairs the taita smell And hearing pollutes the breath deranges the stem appetiteTo must bo conatitutionalaiteratlvf1n4 tonic wrts afflicted with I took medicines of different kinds giving each a fair trial but gradually KiW worao until I could hardly hear ot smell I then concluded to try Hoods SartaparllU antI alter taking five bottles I was cured and have not bad any return 01 the dlicaio since EvaDE VOBBU Lebanon Ktn Hoods Sarsaparilla Cures catarrh It soothes and strengthens f tho mucous membrane and buIlds up the Vfcble eystem f I have opened up Jewelry and Watchmaking headquarters in the p lpreparedJPmy line AUwork guaranteed ac cording to contract I am located here permanently and will appreciate your patronage WILL Srsvaffs t t4 Twenty poundsof white U B SgfarfQrCI J at t1ioI ffeW p r F ChoniLitIds When the liver ItOTpLd and kit to do Ira thetnt 1t blood na1ent ycisoc Then eelsooiflfiiUion bUlouuui tick hoilagbe Sewers aM mtlvU Tb call treetenent tii gives the liver Just tho rbt touch aod itute KMuiee work ID the Hgtt ruanner I D AMONSLWZR PILLS- NaTON1GPELLETSJTbo pill tboeee UM Km uAjba pellets looe IbS 11 Ir 96 doses tot 1 days ent 20 oeoli ant na- Itftypu urc U exceedingly tad yon will be well before you finUh tbem Bubpke free Ferule at alldetlen A FrsalebYJH VliIIlrtmsDrugglst Hartford Ky I t t v i 9n lHJRD FLiQORuRIY3UI1DING jModerii j r positiQusTuitipllBookkeoping bined course 10 Bqard 2 to 225 Typqwritofs fvtrnish anytlJtrry 12 1903 4Writa for OATAI PGUE R H HANKINS Pros E W PATTERSON VPres S- s W 1 4E P Barnes4 o o t2 i vtfTHE E Green RrifG untrfcrf1 Our Object8O e adL r 4I I 02 WO want to conjoto usfor otiipF i4 ichnses i Wo mako mi oulort to interest you in 3 roursLore by ctrryiiig larg stock and making 3vto4i3i4business for which wo makovaluabib returris i New T1iinr4 ld lu f Il oveYJ Jp t1 k ci iflvals in Millinry4nro iiiiiclt prettier tHmlany iformer purchases Npw RQadytowcfirr iNow 351Sliapes Now h Now DrcGbor1- Iow Jackets Now Sllj ieJr i Iowj Is4 Overcoit aa c t J MenSiShirts I 1It 1 q cXVqbo gllt J0pren33s6f Shirts jf f quality s e 1 to Q t Odd Jl4l 5 S oftut oiitiro1ing No two aikc 3ss tP regularprlCo of these ShiiJtaJs iS100oapiu i price 75c A it i I atQ d HJ T Carpets rtS homo wifhybuikjut to match and to frt C room J grMinsJOo85c 40e7 j v6dcrindl 4I V6c per yatih1 Mattings 12c OQ5c 3 + SOc iuu13c yard Oil Oloth t4i 259 yard and 30c tier f1r9H J l q t tCOrnF 1Iit rrJ l c Ybia 1 J After iiStlily QfNQVOrnbo1 gOllBIl Crlill9 cili1ifg fo twr E P BARNES a BRO Beaver Dam 3- M4M4ft ft We are Now Ready For You With the largestand most complete line or Hardware Stoves Tinware- in Ohio county Ever since coming to Hartford we have seen the necessity of a first class Hardware Store Complete in all ofits details We now have it and can offer you anything in this line at prices that are ue interesting as the ones we have given you up to this time o- nIWtEMmNTS VEmCIES AND SEED We want every family in Ohio county to see this big line of Hardware and Stoves and will for the next thirty days give every family who vis it us a handsome present On ly one ot these goes to a fami ly Como In a dsce the fa mo- usArcher Coo1i- i ANDaHeatinr Stoves Which are ackowledged by all to be the best Stoves man ufactured Remember alsoe r we are headquarters for the famous Studebaker ent Corydon Vlarons0 And the old reliable IDEAL BUGGIES Over 1500 sold so far We are now buying for six large stores which enables us to sell you goods right Yours for more business TlPJ TURLEY CO P SRemember also we han dIe the most complete line of sporting goods in the way of Shot Guns Hunting Coats and Loaded Shells in Ohio county at the right prices j Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVIIMBERxr illinois Central RailroadTime Tablo Nw lima card tatlog sect Sondy Dee r 1100 at soon XrlI Ronnd Month Bound Nollldi400am No 121dse111rai- nNolOldaart m Noleldwa17pm- Noirldu1110pm NolrlduaeOOpm Local Paelgnl No 104 d rOam pmB BitCough B7TITait Oooa DN- In nun Bold dr iehta w JACKS YARN Zly JL L DAWXS- Copyrlght1W1 by IL L DawN About IttHn pars ago my chum Bill an me landed to New York with Ctten moatha pay la our pockets we hal beea morD halt way round the world la the hlp iIodghly an uflorilke we proceeded to color the town with red lead from kel to truck the Cat day WUI Saturday In 1 fuss cur logbook showed that we did our full duty In the palntlp blzness Sunday morolD we spruced up In low bran new toga an laid our cour uptown to lee the rIch folk tli pretty gala an the dandle Qarad In In their fins clotbe At last we ttebed up In front of a big church an stood there a poll lfa- teala tp the mule that wu plllID mild I Itl to Dill Lets iG In an Ite what II like an bear th music I dont think sea Dill that they want the Ilkll ot sag In there This ere appears to be sort ot salvation shop but I heard the preachr at the wuaLtheyll let us come aboard A gospel roan net us at the gangway shook our flipper u It we WUI old shipmates an then piloted UltO a A oonEr IAN PJLOTSD Cs TO A BruT seat on the main deck about amidships Talk about anti In a strange I8rrlU Twant nothln to us two Johnny hunt taut stowed away In a high toned New York church with swell poople all round rigged up In duo tog fiery Well I colt my eye about nn finally spied the music pilot about two pint on the starboard bow lie wus actJD kinder onelll1l1ke as It he want dead sun how she war beadln but at Ith- e got his bearin an let her went First there wus some birds atwlt terin up aloft Piomewberee on the main skys1 yard anther they abased lhmslYei up andown the ryal stay sea then they perched on the forrpnlc- 1OIltreI lngla like a bird store let loose Then they WUI gone an Dill sea to me Suthla skeered them birds away Jack an I wperd back Haybe the took shook the tablecloth ereboard iu they after the crumbs Theyll be back sg1n all right Then the music pilot kind ot cut his eye aloft give hra coupid ot spokes an we heard a light breeze acamI- Dot of tlisaouwest gentle an sotttika Sea I to Bill Light breeze liD palliD clouds an Bill Ie Aye aye Jack The pilot laid back ap took thing easy turned over hi chart jest takln a qUIDt at the complll now an then Plata alum us DIn an I sea Aye hes got all the raIl on her now tyalu kr ant moon serapes An tUDIJII added Dill Then the made chap rot frisky DlltI- a WUI setfn on a hot galley stove an It begun to brets41 up aleUe alma Ir lIe pulled out some wind Jim nleru oil the port lde ao she ran a roll ID bl fetched uplrID thslee rail I kllowd II rooky souwester wus- acamID forJ heard the thunder rolUD Way olfUke It wus nigh hull down to the wlndard It kept brltllD more as marl the thunder wug gettn louder an louder an I could almoot hear the ole miD boiler All hands aloft aD take In ullr She eased Jpa bIt WbD the fiyln kits an lIbtIlU wus towed away ID the old gal wur makln good weath er of It under lower topll ID etayeIL She wag jest lIbIllD an carrIed a bone lD bit teeth likea Cunarder You nugbtsr heard that music tUD1 Even It twu icreechin hard enuf to blow yer hair off we could toiler that ere tune all the same an It dldDt seem to make no dltronce how sho was weatherin the Iquall or how much them birds cretChed that music pilot held that tune tullnDb1 through It1L III yanked out sonic more wind jam meni on the lee side oDthl1lthunder rolled liD moaned DI It all the furies wus loose all the dull chasm em the old packet was nigh on her beam ends in phe rolled so I calkllated to see that chap pitch overboard Dime by she eased up a bit an Dill nudged me with his elbow an 1y Jack theyve got bu hove to uDlter a goose wing mIIDtopllaD she maklD good weather otlt TbatwuimyIdea but I WUI expectlD to lee the whole out fit but an spill all hands The wut was over for tho music pilot cat big weather eye on the chart glre her the lower tops an swung her on her course tlo begun punchln them wind jammers back alln III U OASIJIOnXBars th his Sod Yon Hie lhntl bI 1rr f he had no more ueo for em Abl It begun to moderate We could bear the thunder dyin away ID the notheaat kinder mutter In an cuttln II It It dldot want to leave The birds come back an we could hear em petpln IJlIfll up on the yardarm Thou It died out a flat calm an oven the birds begun to Quiet down till there wua only one lee tie eves left twllterln on the end or the Jlbboom lIe give a tln1lqutlk- Dn wus gone Then the music pilot stowed away hie chute all went below en that put ot the show was over Dill lIn me saw the gospel man when WI wua golD out an I asked him what that tune WUI nn where It bllllttl from lie said Boys thats one or the grandest tunes a man ever listened to an It there any soul la him ot all that tune will find It The name ot It is The Lot Chord Su Dill I know a hanged light better II fetched her through It an never lost a tope yarnr- We walten Gown the street a piece IIrID nothlD but I wus dolu a bit thlnltlo That music badmllde a queer feellD come onr aleanforeI knowed It I wus thlnltln ot home on the old tolks I remembered what my mother said jest before I went off to seathat she was goln to pray for me every night an dad he laid his hand on my shoulder an sea Youve sllen n holD to como to my boy when you want to an IU leave the shed window un locked for you evry night I WUI thlllklo ot III those things an finally I sex to DiU Im gain bom to see the folks Dill coughed queer likean sea Som I An we went Well boy I olnt much on music beta only OD old sailor but this I gay It you ever lose your bearin nn your teerln lear gltl all tangled Up Jest git a good music pilot to play that tr tune on a big full rigged organ au It It dont glt soundlne ot your wayward soul It cause you alDt got sail STOPS PAIN Jua Tenn Jan If IDOL Enr date the avert coppeIrmas of 1111 minter the were w4 I hipbackDerUlr down pales lA the abdomen Derhg the pasi month I ban bastaking WIne of Cardnt sad Tbedordl- BlactDraorhan41 pued thllloatla- I period without pain for the dot time la years Nurln DAYZ- LWbal Is III worth le a womu antler lug like NlAnl Davis ultrdl Yet than art womu In noasaad el homes le day wke are bearing lose terrlhl- lallllnlal pains la sUllie II yes its- ear o1 these we WIll to uy kal his same WlNEorCARDUI will bring you pumuent tells Co sell yourself with the kaowidge Iltt 1000000 women have be completely cured by Wine of CarduL TbSSSwom u tugnd Item Iueorrho Irugular menses headache backache 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THIS OFFICE COLLINS SALOON BARTPOaD BsHn- ndlcs the PESf and PUREST Whiskies Wines Bnd Brandies in town Old Jnrker Rye Old W S Stone an Old InternotionllJspeciulties Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS CO pIzaJTSth CNIARSI aKUlJt1e nOIlltQIt lJtBlIIIillllF2ifIIl Iid 74IlIJlii 1Peaeaperleomd tenbere each on o spetiallot in ilia tin Uroduate of tllia college pnk- bybudneuboan w are owlo oor new homnarrt toner Secoadaod Yaluototrttl ao ad beet arro tschoolbuildingI lilt Boalb ladlYldaallutretloa Ikboulisstde- aUtbyar Stndntaneotantanytim1kltondawkom E ZWRIUIITIri t usvic outletsCOST NO MORE THAN PLAIN ONES IN MlhitG BronzeMarble II entirely out of date Grnlte soon gel mossgrown dlcololed requires constant expepite and tare and eventually efumble bsek to Mother Earth Destdu It Is vry expensive White Bronze Is strict everlllltlnlt It cllnnot crumble with the kction of trout btoss growth 1s ear Imposltbility It la more artlpll- than any stone Then why not Inveitlgatet It ha been adopted for nearly dnepnndred public monument1 and iy thoushudg of delighted customers in all parts of the ouutry It bib been on the market over ss year and Is an established success Many granite dealers kave bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We havehanllred of beautifuldesigneofall grades of workand Want to have you see them If you are Interested Ina headstone marker or grn cover On receipt of a postal card will be pleased to call with deslgas and sample of White Bronze Yours truly D1 RHOADS Beaver Dam Ky Agent for the Monumental Bronze Co of Bridgeport Cone f- litItno Got no Home1 Or are you not satisfied with the homt you Havel you waot to make a change Then t4ke advantage of the Low Round Trip HomeSeekers One Way Settlers Rates OFFERED DY TIIE LouisvilleHenderson St1Lr Ry The Worlds Fair Line To the Yeat and Southwest Ticket on tale First and Third Tuesday of each month up to and including April 21 1903Aak forratu L J IRWIN Genl Pass Alt Louisville Ky GEO L GARRETT Traveling Pass 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