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THE HARTFORD REPuBLICAN I Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL Q2N OF THE PAin IN TBE FaUltS CON an IONALDlSTalcr Subscription 1 a years VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28 1902 No19 1 I I I I I H I 4 oj l iiiiiiIiiiiiALIX MUELLER in the Tragic Ro of Jim Youngera Suicide and Without Country TO BE LEGALLY DEAD In Marry the Woman lie Lovtd and to lie Owed Ills Release From Prison Letters to Her Ho lUlled litmself terrible were the last Younger The man who was an outlaw and a sharing the leader greatest gang oVbandltsn has ever known the a qurter ofa century Ib endured In the last few life greater misery than known beforeIIbecause of his worship for who returned his love endured without a corn of a century which convict stripes In the Penitentiary but when came his whole being Joy not simply because to walk the streets to air to feel the caresses to meet men ace to because he believed at last free to marry the who had opened the prison for him of found that the freedom was an empty thing law still held him in personied la the ot Minnesota stern that Jim Younger was Ie and that he could not woman who bad done him to fight on alone Mueller bore the sentence than did the man She City Idaho when the her that her lover had She had gone there that the climate would ravages of consumption fastened Its grip upoi her to be not surprised He hint of his desperate state When the telegram an Youngers suicide was hand she said me on October 16 say hd given up att hope of work nd utterly dt On Saturday he tele two words Dont I driven to this sctby per wife spiritually God be Is mine nd mine work will be to place him the world spoke she was preparing St Paul to carryout the or the man for whom she tremendous UCritiCCII was the end of the rooI began six years belore Allx Mueller visited Still and was permitted to common to aU via Institution to see the the only survivors and Younger gang of outlaws and bandits was born of German whom she Inherited a fortune to enable her to live She was ambitious and ase and Inactivity did not Newspaper work proved and she entered upon It She has also worked as In Denver and In Salt Lake a time she edited a weekly In a small Minnesota town HrtrtoaTS TO swn mu Miss Mueller first vIsited Penitentiary she had no lu the Youaers than of other vilitors The had read had Dot aroused ol adoration personality ofJIm Younger her as Indeed It has most whom he has come In He was always a goodlook and he had force It was before Miss Mueller again prison this tlme solely to then fifty years old She twentyrour Neither bad a love affair Almost from start those two recognized each bore the other but before they spoke of it suspected 1t because of the frequency of her visits to the penitentiary Miss Muelfer determined to secure the reltase of her convict sweethart and that of couiae ueant the release of Cole his older brother She a campaign worthy of an experienced politician So long BS It was possible to do so she worked quietly enlisting the aid of those having Influence and power For two years Miss Mueller man aged to keep her plans secret and when they were divulged the storm broke forth The relatives ol those who had been killed by the outlaws their raid on the Northfieid Dank and some of those who had been In the fight protested bitterly against releasing the murderers And there were others who were just as bItter Since J889 at least three efforts were made to secure the release of the Yoaagers before Miss Muellcr dls closed the results of her long planning and working Tbe sentiment against the brother was still powerful but Miss Mueller was tbestronger and nbc secured fom the Legislature the passage a of a special itct which resulted lu the release of the Younger brothers on paroleThe of lovers thought that thetr were over and their happl In s knew no bounds Jim Younger went directly to the of Edward Sehuermeyer In St Y with whom Miss Mueller made ber home But when the uncle dls covered that his niece was engaged to- iarry Jim Younger he was InrlousII and ordered the paroled convict from hll house Jim Younger worked with vigor and cnthuslasni to make enough moaey to support his wife for tbey had planned to marry very soon Mias Mueller hid spent a considerable part of her Inheritance In securing her lovers parole but she still had mough left to keep them from want Bat Younger did not want to touch her money A Other friends and relatives of the ronug woman shared the Indignation the uncle when they dlscovem that Miss Mueller was engaged to narry Jim Younger They setnbout- to prevent the mlnlage They made an appeal to the AttorueyGenera- lIc delded that the Youngers were sUII legally dead They had not heea restored to citizenship In the yea of the law they were as much prisoners as If they were still in the penlteatlary The blow staggered Jim Younger and llIss Mueller They had not reamed that they could be prevented from marrying It aged the man aOU than years In prison But the ndomitable woman did not give up She appealed to the Pardoning Board and to the Governor for a full pardon for Jim Younger But the struggle of years the anx Idy the sleepless nights the physl- eal effort and mental anguish had undermined the young womans health The physicians found that she had consumption and they told her abe must seek another climate Tpn BOAllD RflCUSED TO PARDON IUU Then Jim Younger realized how creat was his capacity for suffering He was racked and torn by emotions so terrible that his mind became unbalanced To marry Miss Mueller meant more to him than anything else In the world It waS worth allI tbe years he had spent In prison And she was fighting the white death thousands miles away ne could notI go to her for the law said he could not leave the State lIe could only lope that the ban against hlmwould be removed that the Board of Pardons could grant his prayer lint it decided against him Years before alter the Northfield raldone of the ninny bullets that found a restingplace In Jim Young ersa body pierced his brain and lodged there It had given him no trouble until he was released from prlon Then It manifested Itself Tbe mental struggles the blUer disappointment when he Sound that he could not marry Miss Mueller stilt farther weakened him There Is no doubt that Jim Younger tias last becoming Insaue when he shot himself lie sent the telegram to Miss Mueller telling her not to write on Saturday October i8 That night he shot himself la his room In St Paul When the door was broken open there were found the love letters be had re eIved from Miss Mueller on which was a note that read Oh lassie goodby AU relatives just stay away from me No crocodile tears wanted Reporters be rlends Burn me JIM YOUNORR There was a letter which read A U G Last night on earth So good by lassie for I still think of thee A U G Forgive me for Is UJy only chance I have done nothtng wron but polities Is aJI that Van Saut Wolfer and others of their stripe care for Let the people judge Treat me right and lair reporters for I mu a square roan A socialist and lecidedly In favor of womans rights Bryan Is the brightest wan the Unit ed States baa ever produced His oJle mistake Is frI not coming out for 1 = all the people and absolute socialism Come out Bryan There Is no suet thing as n personal God God in universal find I know him well and am not auiaki I have pity for the Pardoning Board They do not stop to consider their wives or to think of the mar that knows how to love and appreciate a friend la truth Good by1 sweet lassie Jm YOUNG2R They did not cremate Jim Young ers body as he requested Instead It was taken to Missouri and placed beside that of his brother Bob In Lees Summit Cemetery from which one can see the grove of oaks on the banks of the Little Blue where Will Jam Clark Quantrell organized his band of guerillas la which role Cole and Jim Younger Prank and Jessie James Jim Cummings and others who drifted from war Into brigandage and could scarce distinguish between them And foryears there was little differenceA board eIghteen Inches high and nine Inches wide on which boy has rudely carved with a jack knife the name of Bob Younger In two lines marks where the youngest the brothers lies And another board with Jim Younger written lead pencil Is at the head of the second brother Iu the course of time Cole Younger will rest there tooN World r NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY the rltulet Conrt of tit VnIted Stt for tbe Western fltiIrt of Kiueky 60boro- DIAhu In the mllr of flA115 1troDanruptcyIIlulr npt To tiu tr4o oll1w Ilroo 9 DIIloula- t IOU 0 Onlo aud DatrtctafoeenI- dbktu tNotice Is hereby given that on the 5th day of Nov A D 1902 the raid Baize Dros were duly adjucated bank rupt and that the first mtttlng of creditors wilt be held at the law office tuj A Dean In Owenaboro hen ucky on the fitt day of December D 1902 at 2 p ni at which time the saId cieditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trustee xwminche Bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come betoie said meetingJ DEAN Referee In Bankruptcy Nov 20th 190- 2Brotherly Kindness Brotherly Kindness may be con sldrred by some a very old subject to write on for a newspaper However this may be there are some things that come under thIs title that are not genetally supposed to A great usury people think that It they teat evcrybody they meet with politeness und vMt their neighbors when they are sick they have done their whole luty la the way of kindness But I tblnk there Is a great deal of kindness In letting people alone sometimes For Itmtauee la the way of criticism It Is u very common thingI to see men and women watching their neighbors and elitlclslag almost everything they do and say They wl1 say Well II I bad been la their place I wouldnt have done that that wayl or I wouldnt have saId that for snytbfngi And they will think within themselves Why lont my neighbors do and think iIe I do And it they could succeed la getting them to do so they dont what an awkward plight they would be Getllng things Into They would be standing In probably a loen peoples stead while that member would lose their Identity You can easily mm11Iae h01f It would be Iftlie faces ofa whole corn nunlty of people were all allire and and It would be equally as had If they a1l thought alike Ofcourse It Is essential In order to presrrve the light relations of node ty that we all be of the same mind oucerulng the great fundamental rliclp1es 01 mortality But aside from these and in line with them here Is abundant latitude ror differ eace In Individuals and the rights of each aeeutitled to the same respect riorn alt the rest Os are the rights of property In the way we dteas In the time we devote to sleep In the traInIng and education of our child ren and In a thousand ways to nu merons to mention we are each entitled to heedom torn criticism so long as we do not wrong anyone else Now you whonre In the habit of rommenting too freely on the acta and motives of others quit It and you will be a better person yourself Set a good example to others and saver the persons clltlclsed a great deal of annoyance And that would be In my judgrmeut a long step towards brotherly kindness LAUA Mo ACRnE p sLots or people who suffer from cone or biliousness know they need a medicine but refrain dreading the common griping purgIng sick cuing sensations ot the ordinary rem edien Now we are prepared to supply n treatment that Is void of these unpleasant enectsa modern mild pleasant renicdyItarnons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets Two medicines complete cure 2S cents Sample free for the asking J H Williams SHOT TY DEATH IN GUATEMALA Godfrey Hunter Jr a Kentuckian Killed Wm Fitz gerald of Grand Rapcc lids MichiganaIn And Then Sought Refuge l in the Le gabontQti slltas to Ills Exemption From ArresttWashington Nov 21The State Department has been Informed that Godfrey Hunter Jr tall of the Unit ed StatesMinister to Guatemala City today shot and killed Villfani Fltzp gerald of Grand Rapids Mich Hun ter has taken refuge In the legation and an inteiesting euestloa has aria en sto his exemption from arreat- Inportaut details are lacking In the repot of the affair whIch has come to the State Department and the offi daIs are lu doubt as to what should be done They have no notion ofjsnr- rendeilug without R protest ou AmerIcan citizen to tbe local courts of Guatemala unless satisfied that the man Is a proper subject for punishment Even then It Is not at all cere tala that tbe department Itself has a right to waive any legal exemption that the man mIght have Interns tional law lays down the precept thats an ambassador or minister may not of his own accord surreuder any such exemption in his own case A closer Inspection of the original advice reveals the fact that the only name hy which the man was known was PltzIerald He has not the Christian name William os was sup posed at stint He was shot four times Another limportant fact developed was that young Hunter was accompanied at the th3e of the shooting bya the secretary the lgation This official Is Iet down In the register as being Tames G Bailey of Kentucky who went to his post In June 2901 The cable also rather by suggestion than by direct statementgave ground for an Inference that the killing was provoked Not much Is known here of the personality of Godfrey Hunter Ir and It Is Impossible to learn deffi I- nUely whether or not he was actually officially with the United States legation at Guatemala City at the time of the kllliig That he had been fl clerk or typewriter In the Ie- gatlon Is established lie was cer- etallly a member of the MinIsters amHy and that tact mlghtbe regard ed as sufficient to bass a claim of ex emptioaIlug affray may have been the result oUhe recentrellefof Dr Hunter from hIs post as minister The Doctor bast been steadily embroiled with memoj bers of the American colony tince he assumed office In 2897 and latelyowing to his connection with a railroad and other matters not supposed to Ie proper for a minister to meddle with the plessure became so acute that the department was obliged to relieve him from office It may be that Fitzgerald was connected In tome with the charges against theI minIsterIGrand Rnplds Mich Nov at WIlliam Fitzgerald was born heleaadI was about 27 years old Seven or right yearn ago he drifted to Guatemala where he held reveral different government positions He Is said by his relatives here to have been priI vate secretary of the president of Guatemala for some time past The lttime he was la Grand Rapids was a years ago At one time Fitzgerald was parlor car conductor on thtGraad RapIds IndIana railroad Jumped on n Ten Ponriy Nail The little daughter of Mr J N Powell jumped ou an Inverted rake made of ten penny nails and thrust one nail entirely through her foot and a second one half way through Chamberlains PaIn Dalm was prompt lyapplied and five minutes later the disappeared and no more suffering waR experienced In three days the child was wearing her shoe 9 usual and with absolutely no dls comfort Mr Powell Is a well known merchant of Porkland Va Pain Balm Is an antiseptic and heals such Injuries without maturation and In the tune required by the usual treatment For sale by aU druggists Independent candidate Capt W H Sweeney who has been Commonwealths Attorney for the Eleventh JudicIal district for the past twelve years having been elected each time by the Democratic party In a published slatement defines his po sitton in regard to the coming for that office Capt Sweeney It wl11 be rewembeed committed accoidini I to R Democratic politicians stand point the unpardonable sin attb e I last state election of reluslng to sup port the Goebel ticket As a coase- ql1ence there has been R good deal of speculation since it has been noised alout thatCapt Sweeney would be a candidate to succeed himself as just where he isat politically In his card Capt Sweeney states his post tlon as follows Not wishing to de any of my friends In thIs judi district and that they may he to understand my exect position relation to the next race for Commonwealths Attorney of this judicial district I desire to say to you that I will not be a candidate before any Democratic primary or conven that may be called to nominate a candidate for that office I will be au Independent candidate for reelection the psltlon I now occupy and If the Republicans see proper to give nrc their Indorsement I wIll accept the ladorsement with pleasure To tho Public Allow me to say a Jew words In oi Chamberlains Cough Remedy I can recommend It with the utmost confidence It has done good work for me and will do the same for others I had u very severe cough and cold and feared I would get pneumonia but after taking the second dose of this medicine I felt better three bottles or It cured my cold and the pains in my chest disappeared entirely I ant most respectfully yours for health Ralph S Meyers 6J Thlr tyreveuth St Wheeling W Va- Por sale by all druggists OA SIX OR ADean taThe ir Ycs Hm Alw2rs BC1M- Blpat1lle Ict Pick up tile Tools Now Is the time when the farmer take a little time off to pick up the various farm tools and ma chlnery that may yet happpli to be out around the fields or elsewhere from under cover rays Farmers Guide Go About It systematically and do a good job for It will be money la your pocket ifyon see that everything Is well housed away from the bad weather that will come with the opening of winter To do this It will not require so much time ofP after sit la factIt will take very Uttle time from your other every day work Just a little thought and a moments time now than then as we go about the farm from day to day will very soon have everything brought to the barn or tool shed where It maybe further put away as desired ata more convenient hour ThIs little precaution will cost noth IDg and will save you quite a little a the life and usefulness of the tools O SIXOaSABear the1b XLnd Yo liars Aiaays Btr- tEaz YrIct Rich Land The man who dreams of farming always Imagines himself ownlag rich and There Is no other kind that will yield a profit from the operation of tillage The richness of laud regulates the value of the farm both In he market and In the operation ol farming Yet In the face oHhls well known fact millions of acres of our most valuable and productive land have been allowed to deterloate la fertility The great problem of how o hung them back to their former state of fertility Is one with which the best of scientists ore working It Is not practical for a man to buy enough stable manure or commeucial fertilizer o ot once bring back his land to Its original state A few facts In rela ion to the composition or the soil helps us lu determining the best ourre to pursue One of these facts Is that the poverty of the land conies rlnci2ally from the ehl1usllou of available plant food and from the cx- austln or the plant food that lit not at once available In the process of years the new unavailable plant food Thousands Rave Ridney Trouble and Dont Know it now To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your wter and let It stand twentyfour hours a It sedIment or set lUng Indicates an r unhealthy condition the kid neys i If it your linen It Is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent to pass It or pain lii the Is also convincing proof that theJddneys and bladder are out of What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kllmers Swamp Root the kidney remedy fulfills wish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain In passing It or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up times during the nIght The mild and the extraordinary of SwampRoot Is soot realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cares If you need a medicine you should hays the best Sold bjdruglsls In5Ocandl sizes Vo mv hvtl a mnfe of this discoverytmore about both sent aholutelv free by mall of stains desire back order great every every many effect bottle d essbr Kilmer nfsnmptOOII Co Binghamton N Y When lion reading this generous oller In paper nclement Weather Brings Coughs Colds and Catarrh Inclement weather begins when autumn ends The great objection to our eJmllte Is that It alternates bo tween the heat of lbs tropic and the rigors oltb AmIcIThe system becomes relaxed by the effects of the deaf and the lint cold snap of winter sows the seed of thousands of cases of chronic CIItllrrb which In IIargo percent of cases will end fatally a I Prsldent Wm Ubrlaker Uses JefrunstglJlnsInclement t ls stVi- m Ubolaker PresIdent ot the Lako VieW Lodge of Forester writes from 8s7 North Clark St ChIcago m the following lotten The Peruns Medicine Co ColnmbusOr- GentlemonPor year past when I haVo been pxposed to wet or inclement weather my cheat would hurt me and I would liayo serious Indigestion and I Wuld bo laid up for a lay or two cans big inconvenience and pain i Ono of my lodge friend advised me to try Pornna as It had helped him and I found that a bottlo dried me- If Heal badly now I at once tako two ot thteo doses and I find it keeps me in fine health Peruns is worthy of everyone confidonceWY UBELAXER- It Ia only just ordinary good common senan to provide against inclement weather It you have tho lighteBt cold cough sneezing or any other indication that you are wider the weather a tow boa of Perana w1ll put you rIght becomes available some each year We have to put back on the soil year by year as much as we take ollia the way of fertilizer to gradually bring back the land to a lick Condition by the annual Increase ofavallable plant food from natural causes This Is a slow process but It Is far better than no process of erupUonFarmers Review p C OXOrlXA Bun the Ito LId Tot Hare Alaays SQug- btBlpatare 1I 1ct In reply to inquitie we have the pleasure In announcing that RIys Liquid Bam is like the solId prepa ration of that admirable remedy In that It cleanses and heals membraqes affected by saul catarib There is- no dryIng or sneezing The Liquid Cream Balm Is adapted to use by patients who have trouble la Inhaling thtDulth the nose anti prefer spraying The price including spraying tube Is 75e Sold by dtuggiets or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York a- A good many people are wishing they had hung on the old sow She would have paid well for her keeping last winter In spite of dear feed t For 44 Years r Co P UA1NES RINGS hayebcnn 14 standard lot qualityamort SoutherneopL ire truf to car and Wejhi n4 a- wyi cnec In Yen- S motho aid btr mother- I father end father r JllocaNOS tCold I a a U I I IoIzJt 10 a ii I I 4 Sc Write fr oar CtaloEut 01 Wthe u4 StiverwartopsiilNrsa 00j- 41o6W Starlet StLOUISVILLE ICY it SOMETHING 1 WRONG I WITh tOUl1fATCL I- NmiamsaaisaSaTrilas alter kaY 0 aheae- Sd I UI tbe tituS Is wttb youwith w5tch Wo do I lIDo watch repa1rinhavsI boat for 41 watchtous for tAapcctlol1 anal utiniate AccitalTli rite a Spdally I IWatchesSliver =aaaan lana =C P BARNES 4 CO Yalduoabra and snnnaallb- P04S06 W Market st- LOWVlLLB ICY Congres man Horace G Hnover or Port Au tin Mich writes from Rouse of Representatives Washington D 0- III i- lharnfound Peru all veryefficient and speedy remedy for I persistent and annoying cough resulting from catarthal trouble Horses O Snover cMrs Lavina K Walker who holds the highest state ofiko of the Ladles ot the Illinois G A It whlh Is DopartmtJDO- Chapllltn writes tbe followIng letter WESTRN SlnlNOS ILL The Peruna Medlelno Co Columbus 0 GontJemcz You Iravo my slncera gratitude for placing before rufforing womon a medicine which has proven such a blessing as Pecuna has II I have used St myself when ranch worn out and found most graWylng results and a number ot the women or 1I IRS LLYINA r WALKEB- I I a u t tour Order buffering with weakness pe culls to women have been wondorfully helped and cured by PerunaLaylna E Walker Address The PerunA tgedicino Co or- Cotambu 0 for a free copY of Dr IIartmus1atcs book on catarrh coti JavwAi- I TIMES 1 L A WEEK 104 Times a Year Tho rw1cAwEElL COURIER JOURNAL I th beet paper putiIlehd in th United State for llemocrate and for AIL readeti It ii the equal of many Dailies and tb superior of all oter SemiWreklIes or Week- IlUnr WInou EdItor the Wednesday tan I dyoted to 1EW- IMITInRSthSaturday fain Is dotdt- bfl021E 0 Sannpivcopie sent free on appU- tatloo Addrea TIlE COVBIER4OUB- NAL CO Lourisyilie Ky4 fly special arrangement you can get the RE- IUBLIVAN and the iTW1CEtVEEJC- OVIIIERJOURNAL both one year 101 only U50IThIs I for ob subcrtptfoc onLy All mls- criptiOne under this combination 05cc macC I- snttbseogbtTheltepnbllcnOSco Missouri Pacific OR R1 MO1TAll naTI FROI C ct m i I Affords TourlstsProspcctors or nome Seekers Best Service Fastest ached ule to aU points In Missouri Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma Indian Tern tory Colorado Utah Oregon Call fornla Arkansas Texas Louisiana Old and New Mexico and Arizona Pullman Sleepers Pree Reclining Chair Cars ou all trains Low rates Free Descriptive Literature Consult ticket agents or address R T G MAvTuws TP A- LoulsvUle Ky HC TOWNSnND GP TA St Louis Yo cA1BPcsXX4LB- Mfltb lit lad Yos Han AIajs wtt Itva ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE I COMPANY IIcoaroaAxD Talk being cheap and necessary should patronize ironic folks phoneItalking distance with the whole coun I ty and business points generally bJ only paying a reasonable rent to th- Rough River Telephone Companyo I they will be nt the whole expense I you say so We connect with all In- dependentI Companies For partlcu- lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartfold Ky t iEfl W f 1rirjT7 6 rfttI r Hartford Republican hued bl the hartford nbtthIng Cnmlans flWORPORAT- EflJilIN JlENUY TJlOIANtUor rEc O O- Cu=b1ansmMM041Ch VzZ2FRIDAY NOVJUIDRR 2- 8Bnlo1 AdcrIeIltg- 7rtiteet dY1ftl mIA 40c per Isth ntI- nrtlon 20c per tneh jach RddltlonallntrUo- Dt jIIOOIaItfoI OIrlY coDtrncte- 14cIt nfltI4 1Oi pnr line trt Initn F per 1ne wh R4WItIrnlPII Inertlofl- rde of thftuk rrlUtIiflR RD obltuathe 10- cMitI a line nah In alTaiIce AN OUNCENr8 For Stile Srnnlor We are ftuthodto4 to aonlMlnrUOS A H nsrrT as a rni1idiit for tate onatorI- roi tho HTrh Senatorial l11otrlot nbloct to the atloD of the l1IabhD petty ForIUpreaeuIRII We are nnthortxed to a00000Cv DR A V- 1AItKea a undldate for Veptuaentntlve from Ohio county ubJtto th actIon of the flpnb- IcaD party AT seventy years of age Uncle Joe Cannon will become Speaker of the House B distinction Mrs Cannon ha enjoyed for welt nigh filLy years Vuy not go a step farther hero in Ohio county and abolish all civil and crlnilna1aW8 and ubst1tuto a new law for the better and more humane protection ol loppeared polo cnM IF the sale of lDdulgences in Ger many three centuries ago had excited no more popular resentment than the snle of indictmenta in Ohio county Martin Luther would not have fathered B revolution TUOSE who have observed the able conscientious administration of jus- tIce by Judge Owen for the past twelve years will regret to see him retire from the bench and more ea pecially so because of the possible huccession of the very incompetent Mr Birkhead HERR KRUPP the great German cannon maker has made an immense fortune on hIs inventions of heavy or- dinanco but he has gone now and unfortunately he could take neither cannon nor money with him He will have to begin aU anew in hIs endless home in the Elysian Fields As a Republican we are well pleased to see the Democrats hold a primary election next year to nomInate candidates for State uflices but as a citizen whose birthday can occur but once a year we regret to see the 3rd of May desecrated by a Democratic primary which will make the Music Hall convention look like thirty cents Is there is anybody in Kentucky who wants to kill anybody else in Kentucky and has conscientious sruph3d about being hung or going to the penitentiary we adviee him to allure his victim to Ohio county do thejob get his cer tificate of good character and a chro- mo from the Ohio Circuit Court and go on his wy rejoicing TUE Hartford Herald does Jailer Black a very great injustice inadver tenly we suppose this week by in silJuatmg that he confined female prisoners in the same cell with men Commentingon the inadequacy of the jail which is timely it says there should be a separate department for women In fact Jailer Black has never during his term of office con fined a female prisoner in a cell with mn li this issue of Tun REPUBLICAN will be found the nnnouncement of Dr A D Parkof Hock port for the Republican nomination for Representative Dr Park is a weUknown Republican whose merits political and personal deserve the highest praise ana earnest consideration of the Re publicans of Ohio county If nonn nated Dr Park will make a success fulrace and will serve hiM county in the Lower House of the General As Jembly with credit to himself and to lila constituents TUE biggest gun in the world WIll be floated down the Hudson from the Wntervlist arsenal and mounted for coast defense at Sandy Hook next month It weighs 180 tons without its carriage It will use 1OOO punds of powder in sending a 2370 pound shell 21 miles It shows the highest development in the manufacture of weapons of modern warfare What an immense stride from the rude club of prlmoalman WE took occasion last week to call the attention of our readers to the appalling results to popular gov ornment which must follow the whole sale buying of voters We recognized the difficulty of correcting the eviland suggested IlS the most available remedy the education ofI popular sentiment through the columns of the press Crediting our neighbor the Hartford Herald with good intentions and bad judgment and with loving its party better than its country wo wlll leal charitably with it for laughing in church IlS it were by very smally referring to a supposed familiarity of ours with corruption methods As an observing citizen we have seen something aye 1 seen too iUllohot it We regret the Herald could not take a higher view of this rniinoue evil than to twaddle about Republicans being a party to It Wo took Catholic grounds In the matter shifting not all the blame to the Democratic party Our readers arc not fools and we shall not tiy to fool them They know that both parties In county State and National elections collect and disburse corruption funds that that party spends the most that is able to collect the most and everybody but toots know it and everybody but knves acknowledge it Projramme- Of Teachers meeting to be held at Oakland schoolhouse December u r902InvocallonJ A Miller Welcome AddressIL Eltott ResponseOzna Shultz Object of the MeeJlagM D Mad dox Noon How to Cultivate the Spirit of Education in a DlstrlctJ W Petty Is the Teacher Responsible lot the Moral Development of the PupilV M Mosley RecltallonDella Peyton What Is good ReadlcgE R Mad dox Practical Grainmarflessie Rowe Thenreds of the Common School IIermol1 Whltescirver- Reclt311onLorenn Night D bate Resolved that the Teacher of today Is better than the Teacher of forty years agoAt C E Smith Neg Ozea Shultz M D MADDOX V P FORDSVILLE Quite a number from here autici pate going to Hardlnsburg Saturday to hear the Perkins lecture Mr Edward Sweatt went to Owens boro Tuesday Sirs Fred I3aumgaertrier who has been visiting Mrs W W Camp returned to her home In Rockport md WednesdayMr Gaines spent a few days lost week In Memphis Mr and Mrs Lou Johnson and baby Elizabeth have returned to their home In Marion Mr Clarence Smith Is attending court this week and Mr wm Sargent Is supplying for Mr Smith at Smith Reynolds grocery Misses Amble and Sue Ella Camp of Habit are the guests of Mr and Mrs wm Camp Mr Allen Owen of Owensboro was the guest of Mr J W Smith Tuesday nrght Mr and Mrs S L Allen spent Sunday In Owensboro Misses Emma Lou Moorman and Alma Mattingly of Glendeane ac companied Mr A U Smith home to spend Thanksgiving with MIlIses Nancy and Masnie Smith Mr and Mrs Prank Mosler of near town have another little baly girl sit their house Mrs Webb Ellingtonol Owcusboro was here last Thursday to visit her pnrentsMr and Mrs Justin McCarty Mr McCarty who has been III had health for lioae time Is no betttr being confined to his bed most f the timeMessrs Plelden Morrison Jack Walker and others are in Hai tlord again this week Mr C P Keown ot Hartford was here Sunday News has been received oftl1e arrival of twin gIrls at the home of Mr and Mrs J W Buckley of Clover portMr and Mrs Mack Smith IIpent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs J M Graham of Narrows- Thanksgiving services were held at the Baptist church Thursday even lug The main feature of the iven big being the musical program The services were then closed w11i a Thanksgiving onerlng Lyons Laxative Syrup Is a vegetable preparation absolutely l1armless In its effect it acts gently on the kldneyslIher and bowels cures con sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An ideal remedy for child ren as well as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy- BARRETTS p FERRY MIss Helen Whlttiughlllof Trisler Is tha guest of her aunt Mrs James GentryMr Earl of Pettit who has been visiting his brother Mr J P han of this place has gone to Short Creek to visit relatives Miss Norma Green who has pneumonia Is getting along nicely Mr A W Cardan and son of Pordsville Were the the guests of Mr J P Han Sunday Prof William Park who Is teach- Ing at Ilopewell visited his parents here Saturday and Sunday Mr Willie Had and sister Miss Stella were the guests of Misses Ploy and Lucy Muphy at Shreve Psi day night and Saturday Mr Horace han went to Fords yule last week Mr Ollie Parmer of Pettit lathe guest of relatives here rlr John Godsey was the guest of Mr Sam Davidson Saturday night 1 Some years ago while nt Martins burg W Va I was taken with cholera snorbus which was followed by diarrhoea The doctors medicine did me no good I was advised to get a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DIarrhoea Remedy which I did and it cured me sound and wellG A Morris Embr cIile- Pa Sold by all dultosts I f 1 iiiEb THE lJMn1YCRI TS Mr Thomas C Park Changes From the SublIni to the Ridiculous EDITOR IInnAlD I think there Is a stopping place I have this to say about the Republican party I now see that my belonging to the Re publican party Is n mistake I have made all my life so from this time on I will be a Democrat II any one doesut think ms Incere time will tell TnosAS C PARK Nov 25 r92 Iear Hun Ky Mr Thomas C Ptrk of the Clear Run country has Jlned the Dlmmy crats and hI etivertises the filet as above In the Hartloid Herald It brevity Is the soul of wit Mr Park Is extremely witty liS he announces his change In II very few words lIe doesnt oUer any reason for his change of political garments but just says Im gwlne over and Im In earnest about It We are not devoting this space to bewailing the loss of Mr Park how ever we dont like to see a good boy go wrong but we are lust filling our mission of giving our readers the news Young Park Is a very nice boy but he is not personally a man of such importance that the public would be deeply interested In his political whims but the very fact of a Republican Jining the Dimmycrats- lu Ohio county Is so unusual that it is really sensational We have never written a line brag gingon outsell Iti a scooper but we know our readers will credit us with with scooping the Herald In this mat ter That paper had the first swash at this sensation but said nary word about It editorially or otherwise Ex cept a fellow up about Balzetown Mr Park Is the first Republican In Ohio county to jlne the Dlmmycrats In for about twenty years The Baize town feller writ n long letter or Dr Motherhead or Dr Rattlehead or whatever his name was writ ft for him setting forth his seasons for ehangln Mr Park dont give any reaSons forjinin but contents him self by n public announcement that he has jined Perhaps Mr Parks patriotism prompted him torecogrize the danger olthe country becoming politically unanimous or maybe he jlned the Dlmmycrats out ofunbounded sym pathy for the under dog but anyway his jlnln Is a bit of sensational news for which our readers should give us credit for reporting a a SAGE ADVICE Trislcr Ky Nov iS r902- EDrTOR RnrunLIcAr It seems to me that n long autumnal night until It Is necessary to sink Into the em brace of morpheus cannot be better spent than In giving healthful advice to that honorable and honored class who are nowtlusy In discharging the duties of ther vocation I refer to the teachers J cur public schools Understand however that I do not claim to he shie to advise as to the manner of conducting their schools but am old enough had experience enough as a teacher of Ye Olden Time and have given the subject sufficient thought to have some claims to being qualified to advise as to what to studyto some extentto elevate our standard I have In my Inter course with teachers anti others having claims to scholarship discovered a lamentable deficiency In lit erature both anclept and modern To many It were as well that Es chylus or Shakespeare had not been born X once asked a teacher holding a firstclnss certlficate who was the first great epIc poet ot Ancient Greece and he answered Plato he believed I then asked him who wrote the IlIad and lie answered he did not exactly remember but believed It was Plato I really thought he had Plato on the braina bad case of platotia And again I asked Itnother who how ever held only a secondclass certificate who were to the best of his recollection the three most pomi nent philosophers of old Greece pre tending to ask for Information and he answered Dernosthenes was onehe thought end as to the others he had forgotten I suggested that probably It was Socrates and Aristotle and lie In an uncertain way answered he rather thought It was r considered It best to let Plato rest this time and allow Detnosthenes the great orator ofantiquity to stand as one of the trio of Great philosophers of Greece Many teachers toonianybave neglected to Inlorm themselves In modern as well as ancient literature As rare Ben Johnson said In substance In his address to and from Shakespeare the Swan of Avan as he calls him Poets are made as well as born and to make such verses as that ofhia friend the author must sweat and take the second heat To compose such a work as flumes his tory ol the rise and fall of the Roman Empire requires Immense labor and exhaustive investigation In ti nib a long array 01 English authorapoets essayists historians c as well as our own American productions no less Interesting loom up Imitating ly but are woefully neglected by a wlIlnlty of our educators and scholars ofevery calling The more we read of Homer In his IlIad or Odyssey the more we love him for hIs virtuous sentiments and admire his transeendant genius One never tires of pouring over these mas terly lines And what of Socrates the greatest f- tx 1dlnwptier or aqllltS Who ann fail to be beuelitld by verusl oX him phylosophy when we find that our author was born bred and resIded In R country believing In a plurality of Gods the extinction of man In every form with deathaud where virtue had no reward save In this life yet not withrtltndlnghe reasoned ftoinNmture up to one Supreme being the Immortality of the soul and the seward for a wen spent life after death and this without any old from the sacred writ blslwr1llnlts lisis 01 the Holy Bible for II Socrtstcould run Nature and t intellect disiover the true God iul mans duty and relation to hllll It must be true that Go1d Is and a Ie ward of the deeds done In the boly since the scriptures with the super- added advent of The Babe of Dethle hem since the day of the philosopher bears out his doctrine anti establishes Its truth I know that the last lines are rather a digression Irons the line I had marked out but my earn estuess on this subject must be my apology If I could X would have every lover ollearnlngto profit by the God given genius and stupenduous labors of those renowned authors andactou who have so splendidly illuminated the pages of the words progress in letters It may be asked why I so earnestly insist on the study of literature a something I have psitially answeied In the body of this writing or what practical bearing will it have on the duties or success of life An certainly must know the Impor tance of understanding references to authors and works of bygone ages and must know that some acqualn- tance with them Is of great value In acquiring a thorough knowledge of our own language and a correct e6t1 mate of our own lIterature I do not In this connection dwell on the love of the beautiful the thirst for knowledga that should spring up and dwell In every youthful breast Surely the gems which sparkle In the casket of the IiiadOdyssey Anebi and the Merchant otVenicc ought to attract the gze and can forth the ad intention of every youth In our land J W MnADOR r People who use liver pills ought to try the well known Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets No handful for a doseno constant dosingno debilitating weakening effect They are far superior to the ordinary piliJ Box of 25 doses asc J H Rev liI Hicks 1903 Almanac To say that this splendid work of science and art Is finer Dad better than ever Is stating It mildly The demand for It la far beyond ell pre vlons years To say that pnch results reaching through thlty years are not boled upon sound sense aid t ehlI ness Is an Insult to tile lrtllJ tee of rnlllious lrot Hicks throvgh this great Almanac and his lijuons- fanifly andscientiSe jurIIoyf1 and Workp Is dol2r a work Mr the whole people not Mvprwctted by acyl aCer man ur publk410IJ A fair teat win prove this to any reasonable per son Added to the mOlt luminous course In astronomy for r9t13 forecasts of storms and weather are given liS never before for every day In the year an charmingly illustrated with nearly two hundred engravings The price of slugle Almanac Including postage andmaillng Is thirty cents Word and Works with the Almanac Is roo a year Write to Word and Works Publishing Co 2205 Locust Street St Louis Mo and prove to yourself their great value A Llborat Offor The undersigned will give a free and IIIreliableAn druggists WYMAN MR Rosron Your timely warn lug In regard to political corruption In Kentucky last week WM to the point and should be regarded by all right thinking people We have a large number of voters In McLenn county who are easily influenced by money strong drink band music or excitement This vote is composed of both white and black They will participate In a Republican convention Dud then vote for the Democratic nominee They will hurrah for cine candidate and vote for the other They hold the balance of power ind can elect or defeat any manI they please Many Ignorant blacks suffered toI be let out of town on last election day and kept drunk all day Your remedy to educate such creatures Is Indeed an uphill business from tbeI fact they cannot and will not read or even listen to sensible advice I have thought that an educational prerequlslte mIght be required of each voter with good results Mrs Sue Landrum wife of Judge Ben F Landruw died at her home In Calhoon Sunday of typhoid fevere Mrs Landrurn was a most excellent lady and will be greatly missed by the people of Calhoon She was the the motherlnlnw of Prof Chas II Ellis principal ofCallioeu College Cut this out and take It to all drug glsl1l drug store and get a free sampleAofClhamberlains Stomach Tablets the best physic They cleanse and Invigorate the stomach Improve the appetite and regulate the bowels Il Regular size asc per box I BEMOiC WllR state Central Committee calls State Primary and is Enjoined The Final Act of Democratic Ras cality that will Disrupt tile Party and Assure Repub Ascendancy in IUeanKentUcky The DemocrAtl State Central Corn witte met at Frankfurt Tuesday nd- callel State lruaarv Convention lor May 3 r93 to tiorniaste enllr1ldatfJ for State offices next year Thusty minutes alter the order seas usaJe calling the State psiniasy a member of the committee more fond of his paitg than of theGoebel e1elnellt of It tiled R suit enjoining the holding oln State Primaryelection The petition In the Injunction suit set forth the facts that a State Pet mary election would cost 36roo and that the State Central Committee had no authority to assess and collect irons the candidates for State offices the money necessary to defray the ex penseof the primary The injnuc lion suit was brought In tyrant Can tjl1a court and he being a rank Goebellte will of course dismiss the Injunction Tile Gtbel element of the patty has fixed a sIte th Dec ham at the heal ofit and will put up the money for the primary and freeze out the poor Democratic candidates Twenty poundsohvhite- n Sugar for 1 at the New Cash Grocery The Ball Opening Rockport Ky HmT Rurunuc- AN Rockport has grown in prosper Ity to surh an extent during her tat ter days that she now Cd ansounce two candidates for Repicocatative oj this county Both are fullfltdged Republicans subject to the action of tho Republican pelty The fir of the two tu make the Rn nuu1U was Dr A n luk one of Ri ports best ctiunll but formerly o Olaton The doctor has made this pJce his house for the past two years and pas made ninny warm friends who will tke pleasure In assisting him for the norninatfon at the general election Next comes the announcement of Gee M Maddox who Is too well knon In this county to require any newspaper reputation lIe lisa been- a lifelong Republican and one that has always worked for the benefit of his party and fellowcitizenaJ R Programme- For the vcond meittn of the teach ers hi Durord MrpIterml District to be held at Crowss school house De- cmber 12 192 When and Row Teach Education Miss Pinrence Rowan How Develop Trutbfutuua 1s- tChildrenMiss Blle bown How Tsck CourtuyIrIItI Allis FieldeD Recitation Miss Stella Tanner How to Keep OrderMiss Nora Clarke Troubles of a School TeacherMrs Cava Henry Noon Civil GovernmentO O Williams how to Teach GrammarJ C 110 helmer DIacritical MakrsMlss Bettle Davis How to Arouse a General Interest In SchoolWorkMr Stewart ComposltlonAC Porter What Is RlghtW R Carson How do You Teach SpelllngZtUss Mattie Moasley The Nw SouthlI T Wetereld- Be Sure You are Right Then go AhedP D WeEtelfield How to InttSCAt Pupils In Reading Miss MImic Mosley Every feacher In the district Is expected to be present and perform their part of the work The work will be gin at 930 n m and every teacher should try to be present on time A S TANnER V P State of of ssLucaslranl J Cheney makes oath that he is the senior pArtner ot the firm f F J disney Co doing busine s- In the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will the sUm of One Hundred Dollars for each and every CASt of Ct larch that cannot be cUlcd by hails Catsrrb ure Ysduk J Cheuev- SIH 0 before me and subscribed In my I lence this 6th day of De- cemlier D i886- I I A W Gleason SEAT j Notary Public hails Clltarrh Cure Is tAken Inter rially and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free P J Cheney Co Toledo O- Sld by Druggists 7SC hails Family Pills are the best Keep It In Your Home when the bowels rail to act prop rly take a dose or LYONS LAXATIv- aSVJlupIt acts gently but efFectually on the kidneys liver add bowels will keep your system In good working order and make yout complexion clear For vale by J Thos Allen ltoslneKy For Snie Scholarship tn the Brsnt h Strat tOil Business College Louisville We can sllve yofi money Call on or dress Tint RfJtUBLtC lIattfod KyI OiijsGrim Grasp Caused Ieart DIsen3C Could Not LieOn Left Side- DrMflesHetrtCUre andI Ncrvlne Cured Mo Mil ii R Jube formerly of Itlrmtnghm Ala wlltel from EldlCdjc the same ItatrI as fol1ws lt Is with the rlalutjlusure that ltcl- mmend Dr rliIea Nervine and iieast I wththat I could tell every- uUcrerhowmuchioodthCV hate done see Last winter I a severe attack of La- Gllp which left DIY Ilcalt In a very bad condition I could not lit down for the ImuLbeung spells that would lmoal over come me ind the feehna of opprlSslon around my heart I had nut sen so could lie on TOy lefl side for a loot time 1- Ict your heart Cure and took three bottles I have no troubla now with my beau and an lie on m left sIde U well as my rlghL Formerly I had suffered for years with nerT- OUI prostration I had tried so man rem ediu got clear out ci beast of get hug sayihins that would me The nerves of heart were so affected that omctIme It would lose beats so it would Oct05 to altogether It wal on the ad vice of a lady friend that lIned your nut l ative NrTlne I felt better alter first few doses and two bottles of NrrTlne and one of Hurt Cure made me feel like a new person hearth all right and my IItrT- oUlntU Is all loner fall to recom mend It to others aIRlled 11 was All druggists sellatset guarantee linl bet tie Dr Miles Send for free book on Nervous td Ilesit tueases Addreis- Dr Mdcc Mtttical C01Elkhullud ROBY HOTEL T QUISENBERRY Propr Best 100 Hotel in the City Ytmr Patronago Solicited ur F rItG lit OPhboro K U Cumberland TELEPHONE AN- ITe1ogrnlI Co tacutpornted Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cnmber land Telephone In my residence and place of business My business hM Increased and my wifes voice Is nev er heard to rum le abont the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition C PINOWhIN Mnr- p DRINK OLD JOE if 1 The Best Whisky on Earth For nab by Honry Nail Hart ford Loo CIilnn HartfordJA Bradley Rockport JasEspoy Rondor R W Raglarid Horso Branch rsEiNs A154NlG CO DiSTILlERS Inusburo u CJ 0 tonX LL 0 Beam theitsKind Yas Has Atssvs Dt 6155r- Louisvlllc 11 Market CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers55nS oS Medium to good steers 5 oo 5 co Choice butcher steer 4 as 4 85 Medium to good butchers J 75 4 as Common to medium J ooJ 3 25 Cnnners s as 2 oc Good to choIce ellers 4 oo 425 Common to medium 3 S 4 00 Good to extra tack steers J 23d 3 8n Common to medium 2 as 3 00 Good to med stok heifers s so 3 00 Plain light mixer ateckees a 25 2 85 OJOd a choice bulls 3 0 I 3 as Medium to good bulls 2 25f 3 oo Choice veal calves 6 as 7 oo Com to medium calves 3 oof 4 as Choice to fancy much cows 45 00Gi 50 00 Medium to good 31 OOe 35 00 llaln common ao oo as 00 Ions Choice packing butchers 200 to3o lbs 645 Med packers IGo to aoo 640 Choice lI1ht uo to IGO 63C1 Choice pigs 90 to 520 6 oo Gool pigs 51090 S 75 Rougha 1St to 500 5 See G on- SIIRIIP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping a 6oe 2 8o Pair to good 2 so a Go Common to tuedldm J 7S a as Bucks i 50 a 25- TILE GRAIN UARKI WheatNo a 7oc Nb68c rejected aSe less on levee IJiC less CornWhite 64c mixed 6Jcyellow 69- cOatsWhite 3SC mixed a9Jic The prices for wheat are those paid by dealers the quotations for corn oats and rye are selling prices TUF PROVISIONS MARKET Mess Pork17 00 llamaChoice sugarcured light and special cure II4Jc heavy to medium IJrJJic BaconClear rib aides I23c regular clear sIdes I24c packed breakfast bacon 1434c sugarcured shoulders 10JC bacon extra uJc LardPrline steam In tierces Ioe choIce leaf In tierces uJic In tubs uJCj pure leaflanlln tierces UCi In firkins uJic Bulk MeatsRibs It Jc regular clear sides zsy extra short 10J S 9 9 W i t fI Join Our ac- EDont Worry Club 4r1 unlimited and frco- lJI Feesnonea6Club Ilousoottr store 1l 16Ol ecttho carQfulprocuringof GOOD CLOTHING iDonefitstho Ito saving of monoy to ALL Si members it- l Our UDollt StOrry Club ili gaining ground fstoadily ntul strongly Its nipflhlOrt3 aro freoiC from nIl Clothing carti j freo fr ninIl worryill about unfair proflts freo from nU concern about ilifit ng Clothes aaAlltong tli attrnctions arc our now allwoo- li a 4 GALL SUITS nt 7 and SD Every SUIt t i SPO111 with a certainty of proper fit and un common saving in every lricot1Black Suits ready in largo varitity at DOO 1 1250 1350 mid 1500 t MI Our Club Ilotiso is opon from G a m to 9t I i PIn Wont you joiti us J Wo also havo in our Climb house n gonoml 2line of Dry Goods Shoes Carpets Mil lincry Furniture and Groceries Comoit a md join us Tho kindest troatulollt 9 s dfr nIl members IF 1 6 iI t CORSON COiJFurnishers for the 11 PeopleSI r SYe cu supply your needs in any lino tfrom a paper of pin to n liouseholti outfit IlmclUd 4 full Suite of Furimituro p t iiCOME TO OUR STOREIi The Greatest Showing of Nobby Suits and 4 Swell Overcoats iiThis is the cheapest lot of GOOD goods over J llOUgltt to this city Como and see how cilenI wo two soiling good CLOTHES Suits and Overcoats ot t750 I0001200 and 1500 that will t1 stand the test or hard wearj will givo tim customer tt 4g the satisfaction of knowing tho stylo and ijtis right 9- en und wo positively gparnntco the prico to bo lower 001 than samoqualitics are sold anywhere tt 4 All kinds of now Shoes now 1Ints Swell Neck tit tit r i wear Nobby Shirts and good Underwear = Bring Us that Boy tt Jl = Youvo thought youd 1iko to seo clotlles that would tihold Dorit nako any diflbron o how squirmy and wriggy ho may bo we liavo Clothes mado to stand tt tho strain Alls rts of dressy manly styles for tim little follows it i i Overcoats for Boys Prudent mothers who aro caroful buyers and pay full attention to style quality and prico andwant 4I n lasting OVERCOAT can do very well to look r b4I4I 94 U Yours Cor Trade tt I SAM BACH lIITQRDJ T J s r firI 4- I t tf- I L e LJ 4 7 t wiRreiaiw rxnw+aA q gF + MwMUn JT r + rI Ic t 1Jr IPull Is Good F Push Is Better x t But Push and Pull together mnke the wheels of bus pushingforsomo bargains in our Iiandkbrchiof stock Five extra value of Gnlshed lAwn onehalf loch borders good colors a regular ertIcl sc each Ten dozen or the most staple Inch borders aural a worth a narrow mode of Ar matetlsl coellp eoougll It epeclal prices= w Ladies solid color black halIInch border trimmed In one corner with white open work Swiss made on- of sheer soft material worth zscour price It t5e 1 Ladles pure handsomely embrold eyed made out of good matcrlalonty We are bowing a complete line of Mens IIandkerchlefs from sc to 2SCI It Qualities are far better than those you buy at the e prices Take aIpeep at this line We will please you In price and quality a Our Linen flFriEbig Ipeclal le a cotton buck Towel made of quality Scotch buck heavy woven patterns beetle fin- Ish with heavy stripe borders size 19x391nchelOnr Is 2SC pair Our special value In a buck Towel size bleached good selvage side with larkep red borders a Towelprlce to SOC pair thoso few specials dons that wo are tho oxclusivo dealers in Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc in Our Qualities are J illthe BEST PRICES arc NEVER c EN place a t t j r- Owensboro Ky I Mnla Btrat belwee Triplet aollren ItIlunUoa glvea to atoek Jleadla8rtr for Ohio roantj peord JAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor Makes InvJldjW- beD the liver II torpid felt to IIrork the tmett the blood u YUuIeII pouoa nIeII comet oofItlpwoa sick beadseb fvn mIria ooJ tteatmat atra the Urv tail the nab leach and Ntut WJ UI the rtgkt- ounaer u 1AMONS LIVER PILLS J twnTONIG PELLETS no pm ttilt bnr and theeUsu how met m 25 eases ford+re COlt reealll WI your ease tetcoedingly bad u- w1E be well bolero llnth them rSample free For at = all doles t For sale by J H WIlliams Druggist Hartford Ky J Hartford Republican FRIDAY 28 i Tweddell makes good meal TryI I Shim tf- W Fruit of all kinds nt City Raatau irantSchro tens Floating Studio Is at I HartfordCity Restaurant for good to I Arizona Stoves for sale by W S Tinsley h Nicest Cakes and Crackers in townI at City For an todate meal or lunch go to City Restaurant The line of hats for men la found at Carson Nicest Fruits Nuts and Candles la Hartford at City Restaurant IOvercoats the latest patterns andI I ahades are at Carson We want all your produce High I est market price paid at Carson tfiCosCall on W s Tinsley for fresh tamily Groceries lIard ware and Roof avg Fresh on hand 1Tla f rL r dozen Ilandkerchlefa made well printed faat roc our price patterns eho In one hall hemstitched l polkndots assorted shldes IIandkerchle well ISCOUf low price roc each Three dozen Ladles atrlp borne Mourning handkerchief roc our one bematltched elaborately embroidery white Handkerchiefs all four corners roc usually both Oar beat and low price balflinen big well good serviceable roc Busics forget t nrgOit Trunks Milliner Hartford VERY Our BEAT The is- Y 13 and f Ulllousntres Chronic aD4 bit a bataamar and tea the taN sad lea you sale NOVEMBER everything eat- Celebrated Restaurant up best Coe of Cos Court adjourned yesterday alter having disposed of the docket for the termNicest Cheese Sausage Dried Reef and Crackers In Hartford at City Restaurant When In lIarUord get your meals at City Restaurant Fhltcl88S In every respect A lull line of choice Grocerle9 al ways on hand at Carson Cos Pine delivery Those persona needing Furniture will save money by coming and getting prices from Carson Co Revs Walker and Wagner are holding a protracted ugeeting at Oak Grove near Narrows this week Just received a new lot dress goods each pattern a beauty Prices at rock bottom CAUON Co The most perfect and eaaleat fitting la the extended elde American Beauty Corset P Co Brand Carson Co Bole agents Come to Carson Co and see the elegant dIsplay of ladies readymade skirtsall sizes and colors CAltSOl Coj Mr Robert McDonald formerly of Beds Ohio county was dangerously scalded at the Carnegie Steel Works at Dellahe 0 last Tuesday He swell known here being a brotherIn taw of Esq C L Woodward Mr Ham Miller of neRr Brave- Dam Is dangerously tit of heat trouble FOR SALEA scholarship In Central Business College Hartford Ky for sale cheap Call on or address this office I have a four horse power engine also one corn husker and shredder for sale D L D SANDERPU- R173t Beaver Dam Ky W L Douglas and Walkover Shoes tor men are the best A guar antes on every pelt Sold only by Carson Co R L TweddeU Is now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction guaranteed Mill located southend iron bridge Hartford Ky tf Dont forget that we ate the largest clothiers to Ohio county and handle only blgb grade garments All good qualities guaranteed CARSON Co A bIg line or Ladles Shoes just In P W Minors tread ee ty la the latest pattern that can be bought on the market Every paIr guaranteedI CARSON Co Call on Armendt Wedding Dundee Ky for anything you need In the General Merchandise line If wetwill order It for you- AEMENIn WEDDING Dundee Ky George Flat a former citizen of Rosine this county had a little bus- Iness In the Owensboro City Court Monday morning Flat had Indulged little too freely In booze and will enjoy the luxury of the rock pile un tli alter the holidays Marriage licenses L S Campbell to Lacy Hooper Cheater D Smlser to Nancy R Stevens Thomas D Wilson to MinnIe Young Chas J Smith to Altba Leach D KMad rdoxDodeoib to Leota D Patton James W Strobe to Maggie Chinn P L Neighbors to Mary A Francis The following letters remaIn uncalled for In the Hertford postoffice If not called for In thirty days will be sent to the Dead Letter Mr Peter Walker Mr T T Tyler Mr Chili M Hicks Mr J R Coppage Mr G A Holland Mr Thomas Dell Mr Hardin Coffee Mrs Mary Parks tin M Vanlaudlngham Miss Mag gle Ventresa The Federal Court at Owensboro Tuesday rewarded John Embry of Grayson county with checks Jor board and lodging tot five years for raising a = t sliver certificate to a 2o John did not appear especially pleas ed at being relieved of the necessity la of looking out for hIs own hash but accepted Uncle Sams generosity wllh the belt grace possible We understand John has done things before Mr Andrew Jackson Jewel 01- Leltchfield was before Judge Evans court at Owensboro Tuesday charged wIth retailing liquor without paying J the government tax Mr Jewel pleaded nay and the court graded K him too on veracity and he was se happy as a Jane bug until an officious grand jury entered an order directing him to appear for another examlna- tlon at the next term of the Federal Court FREE PUBLIC LIBRARYCI At Knottsvllle Davless County Was Dedicated Sundayi The little town of Knottsvllle Da vless county Is the smallest town In Kentucky to establlllb a free public library and the only town In the State with on absolutely non secta dan free public library The Knottsvll1e library contains 2000 volumes and occupies a pretty twostory brick building and everything Is paid for The dedication services Sunday were very lnterertlag Two Catho lie priests and two protestant preach 01 cIlovethrotighont The principal address was delivered P hy Captain W T Ellis of Owens hero who had genEroully given the library Sao volumes Capt Bills the now we11 known lawyer and statesman wn born sixty years ego In eatog cabin near the site of the new library building and got his elementary education In a little log schoolhouse nearby Capt Ellie dedicatory address was learned eloquent and nteresting end warmly received by the serge concourse of people who had assembled for the occasion Court Notes Circuit Court adjourned yesterday alter being In session for ten dayM There was only one jury during the entire term and that was the jury to try Netter Glletrap for murder and It returned a verdict or not guilty late Saturday eveulngI Comth vs John Porter pleaded guilty and was fined floo Comth vs Squid Williams c were fined fso eachsThe grand jury adjourned yesterday after completing Its work Not many Indictments were returned Judge Owen who was absent dur- Ing the first week of court carne In Monday morning All the civil docket was continued yesterday snit Judge Owen returned- to his home In Owensboro PEOPLEtMr II O Scluucnter was In Evans vllle last week Esq T A Evans Fordsvllle was In town yesterday Mr Clarence Smith or Pordsvllle was la town yesterday Marshal S O Keown of Fords vllle wash town Wednesdaf Esq C L Woodward Beaver Dam was a caller at this office yesterday Hon R C Jarlagln of Beaver Dam was among our callers yester day Esquire AS AuU of Auburn Ky was la Owensboro the first of th week Esquire John M Graham of Narrows was a pleasant caller at this of flee Wednesday Attorney Speed Guffy of Morgan town attended United States Court at Owensboro the first of the week Mr Henry Laubscher of Evans yule who has been visiting the family of Mr II O Schrater for several days returned to hIs home last Mon dayMr Sam Gaines of Pordsvllle was m Memphis teat week and while there had the pleasure of shaking hands with President Roosevelt Sam lays alter all It President dont look altogether different from other men The following Ohio county people have been In attendance at the Federal Court et Owensboro this week both as jurors and witnesses vlz Messrs R J Dull Sulphur Springs Eugene Kimmel Ceralvo DP Betty Woodford Greer Oscar Petty and Leslie Arbuckle Narrows James Whittinghill Dick Smith and James Cooper Fordsvllle and John Mason TrIsler r W A Carson Dead Mr William Carson died at his residence et Heda Friday Mr Car son was one of Ohio countys best citizens end was an honored veteran of the Grand Army of the Republic His remalnes were laid lovingly to rest lu the Carson graveyard near bls home May his ashes rest In peace cheapGroceries livered should can up the New Cash Grocery No 119 Rough River Phone 0- ROCKPORT Mr Charles Sturgeon of Hartford was It pleasant caller at Mr G M Maddoxs last Tuesday Mr Dud Neel of Morgantown was town legit Tuesday Mr L U Bristow of Caneyvllle was In town leaf Tuesday on bnsl ness Mr Rhea Armstrong of Leltcbfield wean pleasant caller at Mr Geo M Maddoxs lost Thursday Miss Etta Stroud of Central City was the guest of her cassia nr W Rowe last Friday Rev Ed P Crowe of Mayfield y gore a nice lactate here In fawn hall last night on Intemperance A which was highly enjoyed by s crowded louse IJTheThe snow storm Wedueeday was a total surprise so suddenly dId It Early In the morning rainC a falling la a steady drizzle and the weather was considerably warmer The storm came all at once There as as none of the trifling and apparent Indecisions that usually marks theu first snow storm of the year This a one came with a rush and ushered g sturdy old winter lu with great ado Fosters New Cash Grocery has just receiv en a nice line of Pickles Chow how Jellies Preserves Fruits Celery and Fresh Oysters r Programme Hertford Magisterial district asso to be held et Hertford De 20 190- 2tooo Opening exercisesJudge J Miller Art of Teaching a The useol the textbookJ M Matbeny b Drills and examlnatlonsO M Shultz c Frauds Wayland Porker as an educa torT J Morton d General dls Scnasloa1200100 Noon Nature Study and Life a School gradingC H Tnrvey b Ele tmantaMattie Pirtle r Elements of Zool J- ogy In public schoolsJHam Barnes d Propagation of plantsT J Mor ton Recess Insects a Of the houseA E b Of the garden paper yrtle Morelandc Childrens an insole and pets paperDernlce Mil ter General discussion of school work by L K Milburn ComTor Lots of people who suffer from con- tipation or biliousness know they need s medicine but refrain dreading sickIIunpleasant eQectsa modern mild ple3sllnt thorough remeltyRamons Liver Pills and TonIc Pellets Two IUtdlclnes complete cure 25 cents Sample tree for the asking J H Williams I GILSTRAP ACQUITTED The Jury Reached a Verdict With Only One Ballot The case of Netter tiilatrapcharg with the murder of Thomas Burton at Cromwell last March was heard In Circuit Cvurt here last week and resulted In a verdict of acquittal The scene In the court room when the verdict wan announced was perhaps the most afIedlllg ever wltcsBed here Gilstraps wile and four children were present when the foreman of tbl jury solemnly pronounced the verdic- pot guilty and they rushed npon tbee moment nil consciousness of the pres ence of spectators was lost upon the minds of the exulting wile and chll dren and they embraced the now free husband and father with gushIng tears and cries of joy Many anothe r eye In the court room shed sympa thetlc tears The verdict of the jnry whether a Just one or not was n great surprise to the public At least up till the beginning of the trial the public was expectlgg rather vigorous punishment but as the Comrnonwealt h made no special efort to prosecute the accused the verdict was not great surprise to those who had hear the evidence In the case Kicked by a Horse Deputy Sherif J II Roberts of Fordsvl11e was kIcked by a horse at Fordsvl11e about two weeks ago He was struck just above the right eye Mr Roberts was knocked uncon sclous et tile time but alter a few moments was able to go about agaIn but a few days later the wound gave hIm serious trouble and he has been confined to the house every stare He was thought to be some better yes terday Ten pounds good roast ed Coffee for l at the New Cash Grocery BOATNER SCNLEiTZBAUM The Alleged Express Robbers Get Continuance Till March Term J H Boatner and A D Schleltz beam who are la prison here charged with attempting to defraud the American Express Company of 28 00 were brought out for trial before the court Wednesday but on account of the absence of certain witnesses the cases werE continued until the March term of court The charge of attempting to de read the Express Company was reo- duced to a mlsdemeaner and will be heard later In the County Court Sehleltzbaum la charged also with embezzling 8ooftbe node of the Texas railroad and Doatner le charg en with being nn accomp1cc of Schleltzbaum In the mlttter of embez zlement and this charge was contin wed until the March term of court The bonds of each were reo dated from 30000 to 2500 Violent Attack or Croup Cured Lost winter an infant child of had croup In It violent form Rider John W Rogers n Christian Evangelist of Pil1ney Mo I Rave her a taw doses of Chamberlains Remedy and la a short time ll danger was past anll the child recovered This remedy not only cures croup but when glues as soon the first symptoms appear will prevent the attack It contains uo or other harmful substance andI be given as confidently to a drugistsCream of Wheat at Fosters New Cash Gro cery FRIEDALAND Formers In this community are very busy stripping tobacco Rev J T Taylor filled his regular appointment nt Olaton Mr and Has J J Strasburger or Plan Knot Graysou county v191ted Mrs Strasburger parents Mr and Mrs Jo 0 Sandbach last Saturday and Sunday The people of Olaton have Invited the Cane Run choir to furnish music for their dedication services which will take place December t6 Mr and Mrs Elbert Ford visited Mrs Fords parents near Shreve last aturday ells Sunday Mr YohnPords new house Is near completionMr Smith of Warren count y Is the guest of his cousins Misses da end Prudle Ford or this places1 The Infant child of Mr and Mrs Lute Wilson who has been sick far the past week we are glad to say Is Improving Rev T J RntcUffeof Pordsvllle will preach at Cane Run Thanksgiv- Ing Day Mrs Rena Conan of Owensboro Is visiting relaUvea In this comm- unityCASTOR IAFor Infunts and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boarsthod Signaturo Cero FrutoFood for I blood nerve and muscle IIGrocery irl ancient Foe To health and happiness la Scrofula as ugly as ever slurs tune immemorial It caures bunches In tho neck dls figures tho skin inflames the mucous membrane wastcJ the muscles weakens the bones reduces the power o- reeietanca t to dIsease and tho capacity for recovery and develops into con luroptlon A bunch appeared on the left side of rap neck It roused great pain was lanced lad becAme a running sore I went Into a general decline I was penasded to try hoods SrelljarlllA and when I had taken six boWlll my neck was healed and I have never tadany trouble at tbo kind stare Mill E 1 avacaTroyeblo- c Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills wlll rid von of It radically and per maneTJt1 no they have rid thousands TERRIBLE SLAUGHTER Blood Flowed Freely In FortyFive States Wednesday Wednesday was the moat sanguln sty day of the year In the United States The deaths of that day ap proeched the appalling total of nearly a million Fall many a goblet who had proudly gabled will gable no more Surely Thanksgiving Day prouddLeadingJewelersten out n New Catalogue embracing everything In the Jewelry line It you went a handsome article suitable for aChristmas present at most reas easels prices write for for a catalogue 132 W Market Street Louisville Ky ISti Y M C A Notes We are just now entering upon an organized work for the spiritual mental and physIcal upllltlng of the young men In fact aU men of Hart ford and Ohio county In this work we desire the hearty cooperation of all christians In thecounty We hope soon to open up nice headquarters In Hartford as a beginning of our work which will In due time be extended to all parts of the county We have already quite a number who hue come Into the local organs zatlon at Hartford but we want many more aU who are In any way Inter ested in the work or wish to join hands with us are Invited to come to the meeting next Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church AU men are Invited Our sole object Is to keep young men from sin and to induce them to be christian gentlemen good citizens industrious workmen loyal to their homes and to their church Wont you help naln this noble work or I have opened up Jewelry and Watchmaking headquarters In the City Restaurant Hartford and am prepared to do aU kinds of work In my line All work guaranteed ac corhag to contract I am located here rmauently and will appreciate your patronage WuI STEYENs SELECT Barn tQ the wife of Mr PAl Smith the 11 L a boy Mr Richard Bray who has been In China TexIII for some time has re tarried home Mr Ozl Taylor Is Very sick of typhoid fever Mrs John King Is visiting her daughter Mrs Ellis Obanon at Beaver Dam this week Rev Willis fitted his regular ap SundayMrs visiting at Ma gan thIs wee- ksLoss of Flesh When you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts Emulsion To get fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great strength giver Those who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scott s Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerve for invalids for convalescents for consumptives for weak children for all who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and com fortable food and a natural tonicScotts Emulsion for bone flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sample pictureinthe wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTI BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y SOes and f t alt drugshta- w e4 Hartford College HARTFORD KENTUCKY SPRING TERN BEGINS JANUARY 12 1903 AND CON TINUES TWENTY WEEKS ADVANTAGES Healthful Location Strong FacuIi tYr the BEST Methods Low Expenses XPENSESTuition per Term of Ten Weeks 800 Twenty Weeks in advance 1500 Board in best private families per week2 to 22q Special attention given to Teachers and those pre paring for examination Write for Catalogue 1r J MORTON O M SHULTZ President Vice Prest 01 a a I I a Q a a i a I I a IIII i III r I r BuyersP e C Have again visited the markets and Zr there has bee nino oood thing left out We use every means that money can corn mend sari experience demands insecure Jo2iimoney if you will only give us arts oppor ttunity Jackets t We are exceedingly anxious to have the pleas Iiineed n Wrap It 1yi11certainly bo a pleasure to see if you buy none We show you quite n nice Jo- 2t line of blacks and faqies qt 2pO 350 400 Ip i 500 650 7M 1000 and 1200 In Misses and Childrens our lino is quite complete at 1 4OvercoatsYou aroCompelled 1 to have onewhy not como to the store that can show 1 you a line that will ii certainly appeal to yourgood taste and at the same time meat with the cep I proval of your purse yo1leons j 350 500 750 i 101214 and15 Boys and Childrens at 125 2A0225 350 5 6 and 8 Our lino of Suits and odd Pants is X worth going a long way to see t BIankEts Our buyer picked up some extraordinary bar t Jt gains in Blankets Comforts Fascinators and ii Gloves Wo havnt the space to quote prices but come and save yourself some money See our big lines of Winter Shoes and Rubber goods F P arnes BroiBeaver Dam Kentucky a- Gctt it c e 1 THIRD FLOOR RILEY BUILDING HARTFIOR I YModern equipment Personal instruction Actual business Regular night clnsse5Qpen to all Aid to Pbsitions Tuition Bookkeeping course 30 Shorthand courso 30 Corn bined course 40 Board 2 to 225 Typowrilors furnishredjfree to all shorthand students Studonts may orator at any time We continuo the entire year Spring term opens Janu ary 12 1903 l Write for CATALOGUE R H UANKINS Pres E W PATTERSON VPree- i i GUNS GUNS i WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LINE OP Shot Guns Rifles Target Guns t AMMUNITION SHELLS ETC And rerpeMNltfgut Son to call and sue the larget uua beat line of Shot Qua cyst in AaNord PRICES THE LOWEST CARSON BROS Grocerymen Hartford A c I leWe are Now Ready i r For YouIt cornplateHardware Stoves Tinware- in Ohio county Every since I coming to Hartford we haveI I seen the necessity of a j class Hardware StoreiComplete in all ofits details WeI youti anything in this line at prices that are as interesting as the ones we have tobthis time o- nIMPLEMENTS VEHICLES AND SEED We want every family in I Ohio county to see this big line of Hardware and Stoves and will for the next thirty days give every family who vis dr it us a handsome present On ly one of these goes to a fami lyeCome faL mo- usArcher e Cooking AND f Seating Stoves9 Which are acknowledged by all to be the best Stoves man ufactured Remember also we are headquarters for the famousi Studebaker andt Corydon WagonsA- nd the old reliable ii IDEAL BUGGIES Over 1500 sold so far We are now buying for six large stores which enables us to sell I you goods right businessticj T J0 TURLEY CO t- l P SRemember also we han dIe the most complete line of sport ing goods in the way of Shot Guns Hunting Coats and Loaded Shells in Ohio county at the right prices i I wm s Hartford Republican i FRIDAY 28l1 ItillinoisI Tablot Nor time card taking effect Sunilajr Dee 3 1100 itt noonINo lUdn tlam No 11 dac1Urnm- No ltHdneJ4Tp in No loldne2I7pm Noldaei3Ciptn Nom daeVnop mIlis Lurid 1rclfflitn NoTatdaercaoam No 1M due JK p m 0 VAXUKTKE Agent tuiua iuni MI IIM food ii Deei Cougn Sirup Tattia see ri In time Hold be Urimut I ANNUAL Income of John D Rockefeller Placed By Friends at One Hundred Millions Of Dollars Whole Safe Filled With Securi ties That lie and Ills Secretaries Only Know Of New York Nov 22The News publishes the following John D Rcclcteller is reputed to be the richest mau in the world and tram incomplete figures gathered from many sources and with aUowI ances made for exaggerations there is every reason to believe that this contention is true Mr Rockefellers Income is said by his friends to be 100000000 a year The figures that have been gathered shows an Income ol about 67332000 As Mr Rockefeller is very secretivet about his own affdlis it is to get anymore than an estimate of hist holdingsFor it was discovered ontly by accident that his 83000 of preferred stock of the United States Steel Corpotatlon were carried in the name of one of his private secretaries Many of the companies in the list given are controlled by Mr Rockefeller the Standard Oil abso lutely Mr Rockefeller owning 40 000000 of tbe 101000000 of the stock of tbe company In tbe last Jhas000 Mr Rockefeller is known to hold 25000000 of the securities of the New York Central and his holdings in this company have led to the re port that be was strong enough to force the Vanderbilts to cease their fight to keep the Wabash the Goulds leading property out of the Eastern railroad field Of tbe companies mentioned In the list above Mr Rockeleller controls absolutely tbe M K T road the St Paul Amalgamated Copper Ana coada Copper American Linseed Brooklyn Union Gas and Union Pa clti In addition lie is a holder ol stock In nearly every bank In New York Either he or his brother or son or James Stillman his right hand man Is a director In many of them as for instance the National City Lincoln National United States Trust Produce Exchange Trust and othersMr Rockefeller is said to have a whole safe full of mining securities that he and his private secretaries on ly know of With as ranch known as Is shown In the list here given it Iseasy to see that his Income may well exceed the 100000000 limit placed oa it by his friends and asso ciates Very Scarce As had been predicted hunters have found since the hunting season has opened birds to be even scarcer than was at first indicated and some of the most successful and enthusiastic local sportsmen have after the I hm had occailon to use your Black Drau3ht Stock and Poultry Mcdl vine and an pleased to say that I ntvtr used anything for ilock that gave half ai good uUitactlo I heartily room mend It to all owners of stock J 0 BELSHER St Louie Mo Sick stock or poultry should not eat cheap stock any more than sick persons should expect to be cored When your stock modIcine lees stock food Unload the bo and stir the torpid liver and the iroasibloand Poultry Medicine unloads tho bowels and stirs the torpid liver It cures every malady of stock if taken in a 25cent can Poultry3fedicineandlttwilipa tlmolover tcr Cows ulve more milk Hogs gain flesh And hens lay more It solves tho loodlfleshthe smallest amount of food con samod Buy acan train your dealer r first few days trim given it up that the bird season la a failure this year and that the effort required In hunt ing out the few scattered coveys In locality is not paid by the results Various causes are held as responsible for the absence of the usual num prlndI vere it argued killed out many ol the old realIIn Inducing the legislature to pass some kind of game W to more effec tually protect the quail which In about the only gam I rJ left in IciI ricky and which Is tmrtt the pies ent conditions rapidly becoming ex terminated A The Chattanooga Advertising- The Chattanooga Medicine Com pany with laboratories and general of Gees at Chattanooga Tennessee Bud branch houses at St Louis Mo and San Francisco Cal has become one of the largest proprietary medicine concerns in the world In the growth of this great business two factors have been dominant The merit ollts pro ductsWine of Cardul and Thedfords BlackDraught has been widely recognized and the original advertising methods adopted have excited great comment The publicity for these medicines does not consist of the catch phrase and estravagaot state ment too often employed in advertising today but Instead the plain story of experience with the medicines given in the plain language of the people themselves The following letter is a fair sample ot the thous ands of Wine of Cards testimonials published during the past twenty years 2068 Eastern Avenue Cincinnati 0 May so 1902- I consider Wine of Cardui a most excellent womans remedy It is cer tainly a specific as a tonic and regula or Fpr eight years I suffered with female trouble I had intense pain la back and hud leaving me so weak that I was unable to stand at times Medicine did not seem to help me but alter all remedies had failed me Wine of Cardni proved my one great true flnd What a relief I experienced I It came only a few days alter 1 ctarted taking it 1 used it faithfully for four months and gradually grew stronger and better I am now regular grew stronger and better I am now regular to the day and for the past two years have enjoyed blessed good health I certain wish every sick and suffering woman could know of your blessed med vine how much pain and suffering it would prevent and what a difference it would make in thousands of homes where there is sickness and sorrow today If they had Wine of Cardui It would bring relief and joy Instead MARGARET GREENJIYRE p THIS- REMEDY C Is surd to GIVE Satisfaction LYS CREAM BALM C MlVfUI fetes DOW i t MI uera tilt I fed lent win Ii ctxn M aah and dilvti IIUT n roll In the bead ncff It U orbed lleil abC uu hN au ur acreendme nlteOlldDab i orb m mrl Filet fae lOc lir mI ELY nLOTHECSW WurreaStreet Sew York Higher Wages for Trainmen Little Rock Ark Nov 22 At a conference In this city between Gen eral Manager William Cotter of the St Louis Iron Mountain and Southern railroad and committee repre senting tbe Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen the former granted oa in crease of three and lour cents per hour in the pay of switchmen era ployed by that railroad in Little Rock The Agiicultarsl Experiment Stat tion of the University of Illinois Is making experiments aiii inquiry rel alive to the dctasseling of corn It has been claimed that when the stalks of corn are detassled the yield will be considerably increased and the ex periments are along the line of learn ling the exact conditions relative to this theory This is a question that Is of importance to the farmers of tbe country and these experiments will be watched closely Quick Inference JudgelIe has often declared that the lot of the poor Is to be envied and that poverty is often a blessing FudgeWhat Is he as rich as all that Baltimore Heiald Old Citizen Dead Mt Olivet Ky Nov 24Mrs John McGurie one of the old st citl zeus of this county Is dead at the age of ninety Revival Stopped Auburn Ky Nov 2qThe pro traded meeting in progress at the Cumberland Presbyterian church leas been abandoned owing to the recent scare of smallpox Look at the Date On you label and you can readily calculate how much you flits owing on your sub scription It may seem a very small item to each ono in arrears but tho sum total amounts to a considuml sum ando need it in our business Dont put it off but pay it THIS AND THAT kfr r taking up a collection of 940 to finifh paying for a church down in a alley town the choir arose and sa ig Jesus Paid It All whereupon so ac iricvcleut but longsuffering tntney changer in the temple got up suggested if they felt that way about It jerealter the minister might make a Ight drafton the same place lor hi salaryHonor dear old mother Time hi 3 scattered snowflakes on her heir ape deep furrows on her cheeks but he Is sweet and beautiful now Rrt lips are thin and shiunkeu but tley isle the sweetest lips In the world Her eye Is dim yet It glows with a soft radlaucc that ever fades Yes she is a dear old mother The sands of life arc nearly tun out but feebly as she is she will go farther and reach down lower for you than any other person ou earth You cannot enter a prison whose bars will beep her out You cau never mount a scaffold too high for her to reach that she may bless you in evidence 01 her deathless love When the world shall despise and foretke you when it leaves you by the wayside to die unnoticedthe dear old mother will gather you In her feeble arms aid carry you home and tell you all your virtues until you almost forget that jcar soil h disfigured by vice Lave her tenderly and cheer her last years with joy An exchange tellul a boy who grew up to luiohcoJ without seeing a woman But In the course of events be taw one of the angelic creatures What If that father asked the young man That my son is a women sold the father and the very next wilds the young man ntteicd were Father I want one of them things For Sale A Scholarship in the Bryant Strat ton Business College Louisville We can save you money Call on or address Tin tHPUHUCAN Hartford Ky c cmm carararanrut C P Barnes Rings Po jesj a chincterUtlc charm and sty la pcciMrt dame nFor iVrtyI a EUtthiMd nbeen lot ivceirellathc ytvaac I n 1 Syfif r ijfj- lETLSMAIEOMErOlTOU No i Root GoU Anbeja pattern ter men fg ro- N j ROM Gold Serpent I TQttcm for nee In on No RoCldtlOWUI Jd nn for ka w time inctudeS eearaTn ct thtriterMonogram unur 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Beer B B COLLINS CO a- a0o kee th LY BEST IS rf CfffAKSt + Penmanjftfp S p7ilfraS Ilfend Tor la uc ultrllfetYsPeven ripvrlrDi l trirben enih onO n ipwKiilt In bit line Orn Jnilon ol the folk He preterrKl by rniMln Mi bonw Wnn now In onr nw linnip itearmit corner STond and Valnat atrretthe Burnt and btwt urmiKod whool ballillUK la the South Inilltldaal lutra ctlon Hrbool In wsilon nil theyear Student enneater at any time Vltltor nlwaj welcome ej5lVniUltT1rct tiIkSv1C tm t1 S COST NO gong TITAN PtAIN ONES W White BronzeMarble Is entirely out of date Granite soon gets mossgrown discolored requires constant expense and care and eventually crumbles bnclc to Mother Earth Besides It is very expensive White Bronze is strictly everlasting It cannot crumble with the action of frost Mossgrowth is nn impossibility It is more artistic than any stone Then why not Investigate It has been adopted for nearly one llnndred ublb monumentsP and by thousands of delighted customers in all parts of the country It has been on the market over 25 years nnd is an established success Many Wehavesee them if you are interested in a monument headstone marker or grave cover On receipt of n postal card will be pleased to call with designs and i sample of White Bronze Yours truly KyAgent Conn j i U iiiYou Got no Home Or are you not satisfied with the home you have Do you wantto make a I change Then take advantage of the Low Round Trip HomeSeekers or One WaySottlers Rates OFFERED BY TIlE Louisville Henderson St L Ry Tho Worlda Fair Line To the West and Southwest Tickets on sale First and Third Tueadays of each month up to mid including April 21 1903 Ask for rates KyLa h = r a t- ZDIIL3 fJ QDmr Ohio Cevuxty Circuit Court W T Owen Judge 1 J11 howl Attorney Uwenibora T II Illnrk Jailer SA V Aodennn Clerk Ilowan Holbrook Hotter Corn mlmloneri O II llken Trustee Jury Fund Ca I1 Keon Sherld Hartford Depntjr Hberlff J 0 Keown Clarenc Keown Jo 11 Roberta n L Bojd FleraHUvcM rfoirtcoiiTene antUon dajrln Slnrcb and Augnt und continue three weekinnd third Monday la lay and NoTei t ir two wee- kCoastCourtJ P MUler adirej MKllag aoddfrk WII Ilarueo Uorul Hartford VCourt ront Br ant JInndny In each month Qaarterl Court ItoglM on the tblrd lloaday In April July lxwbr uul January Court ot ClAlme Conraie flnt Slondny In Jas- nnryTneedny aftrreoroad Uundny In October Other OlstenJ II Wood HurreyortVralTO Vrank Inp AMenmr testa Jo Mr DoWeeee School 8aprrinlM lnt Hartford lira I Davis Curuacr Sulphur Hprtef- fi3uutle courts II P II 40B BMITM DAM VMirnnry U nay IT August 30 lktwadwr t Ueo W I rtln llnlietownKebrnary 21 Mill o AOKMt 2 Nomber8- Jon 11 Urilmm lmud Prtitunry 12 Slay 7 August St Unvmtwrl T A neon FordtTllleFebruary B UayB August w November I J A llltke llofordrebrnary SO Stay 1 Aug nit I November C Vf A Hone C ntertown February It May U Augntt H November I DJ Wllcoi llofkport February e Stay 10 August St November S SZartfsri Settee Court Jno II WHun Judge J H II Weildlair City Attorney W H fUll Uaribal Court eon tenee rcond Monday In each mont- hS StCtou Ozvke UKCbnrrbgoath8 rTlcr tblrd Sunday la each month at 11 am and 7 p m ODd fourth runday at T p m Irayer niwtlnff very Wedoee day evening Rer JCIetrl1aetor naptlt CburcbK rTln btlil M ond Sunday la each much nt II II m cad T p a Irayer meet 111 iirery Tbanday ereeln IC ChurnServtere aril Huxhy In each raonlb at 11 a m and T p n Ittr J U liar aed patter School Trustee HurtrbrdJM P later 25- OleenS TIII Iiemer JII nCar eon Jan C lUWy Tows TriwlMA IlWMte F Waiver J 11 tallow W d IUrd tek H J Wedding Socze t waotta- AO U W tweet till and third Saturday sight Hartford I odg No ra F A A Mason drat Monday night In raeh month Bough lUrer LodgvXo 110 KntflhUol Pytbla mitt every Tuesday night Preeton Morton Post No 4 0 A II hold rell nlnr meetings Saturday Ulan Bret Sunday In each monthAll of tilt rnpeetlelodgra are invited attend all meetings ATTENTIO JII Who In Ownttmre tall on Win li hlod- otNor li pow straight 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Will prattle hli profmilon In all the ronrttol Ohio and adjoining ronntlM and the Court ol Ape teal 1roMipt given to nil bndneu ntrniUd to Data SJ Sir Ontri Street I R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAnTrORn Ky Will bin profession In th eonrti ot Obit d ndjolnlna coaaUt Alio Notarjr Itbllr U L HEAVIUN KIINEST WOODW AIl HEAYRIN WOODWARD I OCt1 c le a4uS1 lUSTfOHD KT VIII practice their protomlon In all the t08rfjO Ohio county Dd Court ot Apwal llpe rliil attention given flmlniil prnrt1 and rolleo tloat Umce next door to Hank ot Hartford LJW H BARN- ESAttorneYat LawAND COZY tTY ATTORNEY llirrrono Kr Will practice hh protrwilon In all the Courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court ol Appealn Strict nttentlon will be siren tunll btKlneM entrusted to bli eon Collections a pfclnlt our la courthouse rr11 OPYnlOHTQ C- Anton ending a ketch and y eorleln our opinionireo whether auInvention II Cornmunlcv tlonntrlctlrconOdaiitUI HandbookoalateoU Cent tree Oldest nil seoarn unto Patens taken 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