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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rir I1i1E HARTFORD REPUBLICAN I Fine job Work a SpecCaltyOPFICId6OIUlorIaI 41fT IY TIE FOOBtBCOB6ES310Md6018T81C1Subscription 1 a year 11 f VOL XV i xHARTFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 21902 No2I PlorcefS GOLDEN MEDICAL DISC9VER Y I Restors- l A LOST fUSn STRENGTHif r wuatetalwrtakraidIApr ewrll Itera1atWYm5a CId11doclwe 1 dde it IokhebeeUThe lOIe IayUve tor wbditalirt it ba- permit the deafer yo make the IItlte BOre profit paid by the ode of ter nuitud lowThereforeGolden Medical Dlac- ovuySouthern i l Railway Troub 1 ItC UC SoatbrlltoiN- KENTUCKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North CAUOItNAOEOR- G1A and MISSISSIPPI ieJIi1 OIrIIcl D r cars Tataltar and ant IosltntoomlNuslt- Ntr LUalos Pot otco octlnallb Irola ollbo- 11II101lDlraUlallro04Dd II A 111 a R Yorlulormatloe addrw A wuzDs r A T AIC AYe Loatunl- ww N TULOAulolC O r A LostT- UlHoalth T and Ploasuro Rosorts WIT- HMedical Waters os lb lle of tb NEW THROUGH LINE a EfWlllt ErAUrUE A- ltOCHICACOA new through car line hIS been eatabllabed fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Evanavlll end Chicago the line being vie Mattoon ChlllDpalgn and the road from vannllle to Mattoon formerly apartof the I D n Ry The services IllIa follows NORTH BOUND Dally nx Still Lv nVlnsvlle 73opm 73oa- mArChicago7ooam 7OOPIII SOUTH BOUND Dally Rz Stirs Lv Chicago 840pm 83oam- Acl3vansvllle8o5am 550pm- i Through sleeping can on nigbt t trains and through free reclining chair are on day trains Tlckttl of your wRlocalticket age- ntSubscribe for THB HARTPOItD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in j advance f A tr 1 IlftltDFORDs tisBLACKDRAIJGIIT j THE ORIGINAL 1 LIVER MEDICINE h AMerMtrlr ++ ra1w ti A a1IQw complexlondlulntn a tonguecommon are indications IUId diseases Stomach aUll bowel troubles severe as they are immediate Yamin lain troubleIare I much herder to cure Thedtord9- Dlack Draught never falls to bette fit IUseased liTer and weakened kid neys It tinnp the torpid liter to throw oil the of forer and It II a certain preventive of cholera and the kidneys With kidney re Thedfords nlack tDraughtthousands of hate dwelt fever Immune In the midst of yellow perfect health and have no other doctor than Thedfordg Black forI1 JmlUlYexpensive calls of a doctor Mullins S c Marsh 10 1901 u I have wed Thedlord RlnkDrusht lor thru YUri and I have not had to So 1 to a doctor since I have bra taking IL I It la the but medldne for me that is- p the market for liver and kidney jontroubla end dyrpepila and other complaints Rev A O LEWIS- t 8jJr tHf U t t 1 1r j I liI U31i flfTln Ev virtue of Taltel din me 6kef I Ill of Ohio coantJ my I wllO Ike- 5th day of January iUgpeprte- public gab at ere Celt rr elaer- In I Hartord X1i the xJag land vin psRClntO Ate Tu Clark t4 C1ssmle 6g y k- Climeab J W JO S 4- Cesibe Ws S S 46 lilel RoII1 I 49a- liratls D a PI UJ- RIII G L 34 5 46 JarMer W A e ib J75 Roll N B e 5 4- JUitw syr a65 JorbgeW Joe1Sr ie 351- IIrdcall beery so 490- Muf1ltBD sa 773- Neighben Bra 7b 43 Pool Mta Wl J 3e 357 Royal J H H 3 73- Sargent Sam Sf S 5e- Speeeer J I 48 66g- Suttoe Virgil L 4J S 46- WetstEel CD 46 546- nltcxaetsie t8- Basham Eanet 90 900 Cudea Jae I 593- DWittM R 9e 530- Rgss Gee W 5 1 twwa let to Prdevlao 5 5e- Ekrtdge IdaW1 ass Gus Chas t tatot is Pogderllle 4 00 lIarrel Henry A tiS S3o- Ifead I Bee J I7 880- IieddeaMrs Mazy 91t 433- Het lira AD loe 1153- Jobeeoa Mrs LtI 86 6 70- Morlow Wm K 90 9 45 Mile 11n joeepklae tor le J- MltdIl Leosor 4e 665- Perp80II lN to 16- gtoky oe jar W yi 38 Sapp Mn Pkoebe 4J 380 Smith Jeo H 131 1480 Smith N B i lOG 9 00- Smltlt MrsMaryb8e zoso Smith Ura Belle 1e 14 3 25- Spnagle dra Jaae t40 3 35 Storm MrsMery B I tewa lot la pordllte 7 4e Tramae TN i 55 580 Wedding Mrs Maftle z lawn- lot in rdwilte s 6S- Weib Lafe W 7 600- rECzscr lie 19- lersett T J 93 t130- Bolin Ida Sank an 810- Coffa J S 3z 323 Cooper Jacob JO 3 25 Davidson J L I Iowa lot of Pordmllc 6 6g Jett Joseph 172 790 Johasoa Cllr 4e 665- JoblllOa W M 665 Johnson Mrs Sank a7ls 3 3 Kato A R Co 6e a 8S Moore J W to S 30 Murpby J R So 6 65 Perry J W 70 50Pool Loyd H 49 Reynolds J bat 80 980- ReyeoldrWs P So S So Ruth Dea p ryi 3 So Truss Wm C 86 900 wade Fraak M 77 tees Whltter ell to6 1717 Baker Mn Rtlltl sS 4 40 Board Mrs Em 87 1305- Ceppage R P 8y 680- Coptmge J P 87 6 SO Crowe U T 15 435 Poremas Dndly 64 6 oo Kirby E G 42 830- Lalllar C W I 370 Shalts US 38i 8z 5 Shultz J M 30 815 Tastier R A a 3rH Wade Goo T 92 z653 Wade RD 50 7 8- WIIIIISI W H I town lot Is Narrows 6 65- CardeuJP 34 315- Carden JII 53 6 25- ObC1li1talaAlolIo 40 435 Petty Fred 90 7 15- Robineozujo z7 380- SbarpM p ZOO IJ 5S Wilson Wm C aS 4 94 BlckttrSM 100 9 51- tBllatow D D 100 900 PEECaiCT NO 20 Baize Ed P 7o less Beavin H L 120 810- Bickelt Wm T y tows lot in + DUIISdd 550o Bartlett Jno R r too Brow Henry I lot to Deafeld 435 Bray Celcttlal4mr or WmBrIY So 480 Church Wm 60 7 8s Crowe Isaac 33yi 6 70 DdnnrJ W 30 9x6- 0EvaneWm S Toy 550- Rvill UINAlvh lc6Ji 780 Iivaaa bibEmma 44 375 Fuqua L P fxY 5 50 Greer J M a J 55 Gllluple Mrs Mary A 9 7 8- Hamlltoti M L 65 8 10- Harbert T 1 z86 sI 30 lIaYllel P M IboUieand lot In Denefield 7f5 Haynes II W 49 9J5- HaYllelI Jno H 310 840 Huff Juo Jalot In Deanfield 6 6- Hamlltpn 5 Cadtnrof Mrs IlamlltoutbyAl Msya t 34 zt8- Ke11yBLagent S f4r RICanaes IItirItlb1J bdldd tS551 Mormon Mre E T a 49CI un Pike Press I lot DUDelield 4 6o- Reardon Wm H 71 600 Reynolds Lorese W 35 4 40 I toada Archie 6o 7 8o- 8lllnnett Joe So 4 40 I Stitinett Juo W 5368o Swope Ben B 70 7 25 Wedding CT 53 5 White PL 70 8 15I Cheep C WBro I town lot la Pordnlll 2 45 Cheek Jos A 77 895- ruCINCtllO 7 laMor led W a 3 2- 2ClllallJ W 5o 5 So Miller R M 46 560 PRECINCT xo 8 Blanchard Chu 16 550 Brows Job M z town lot la Rockport 8 95 Cards J R I town fblReekport 5 So fleck Mrs Male B t town lotla Rockport 5 50 Hulthu Riley I town lot la Rockport 7 20 TUford Emma z town lot la Rockport 602- Tusstal Nathan of col I town lot le Rockport 4 90 PRECINCT N09 Bell Jea T Iltt for Sam too 5 53 props Sandlord M I7 4 90 Brows Clayton 45 6 6S Brows Mrs Martha z town lot to Rockport 490 I Brown Un Miry E 240 670 Randolph J II I town lot is Rockport 5 46 Smith Itardln 9 92 6 01- Scatlllrd filial J 65 6 65- VUIIIII Daniel 5 840- FaJlCIKCt R0 t6- Ashby Malis E 26 602- Ahh n 6 65 talIimtt665 Abby Mrs Nannie R 52 800- hlltOD Jaa W I town lot In Centertown 4 90 Browu Illlas J 45 78o- Johtioti Mrs Nancy J 53 605- Oglub Mrs Slddled 93 4 90 Rowe Wa M so 4 90 Tlcbraor Lowery W 3 375 William Eaton SO 6 6S- PRRCINCr NO 17 William Mrs Amanda 2 3 30 rucINct NO a6 Bishop Mrs Martha 63 5 50- Brateber UOIIroehrl u8 782 Davis Elijah to 3 75 Grawe J B Sa 7 82 Morris C P I lot In Ceralvo 317 PRECINCT NO 27- Hudion W L ao 5 5- 1SDdordJ W S 350 PRECINCT NO4 Acton F W too 7 8S- Acbn Tkos W 80 6 65 Blsnton S B 130 1480- Baxler C B r93 u 45 Banger LT Io 8 90 Colkltl Thos to 410 Coots Gee S0 5 So Coot Wm P 52 6 75 Fltzbugh Jas 200 1360- lilaH Un Sarah J 53 8 90 lohal01l 1Vm 27 yi 4 35 King Zacharlah II J 8o King S S I J 75 Lee Jo So 5 55- WUlerDC 3 355 Murphy Monroe raj 53 20 Peach A J 8 340S- lBlUa Jno P i2 400- Stevelll I C 53 600- Tllcker Thu II 1o 4 35 Tweedell Wm II 36 5 So Wedding JT 6o 665 Wedding A B town lot la Dundee a 50 6oo- Weddieg W S 100 900 Whobery Will lit 9 3 6o Willie 0 P z 4 50 Wlmlett Jno T 74 665 Wright Jas A 124 920- WYS08r Jos 135 14 2- 0WirsaettChaaB1at 900 Young Wm 6 3 35 Acton Boswell of color 80 6 oo DO YOU GET UP WITHA LAME BACK Lidney trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to ow or the wonderful I this cures made by Dr KltmersSwamp Root the great kidneY liver and bladder remedy S 1t is the great medi caltrlumph of the nineteenth century die I covered brDr after yens of nent kidney and bladder specialist and Is wonderfully successful In curing lamilback kidney bladder uric acid troubles and Dbcasc whlc 1s the worst form or trouble DrKhmer a Swamp Root Is not rec orilmendedroreverythtnrbut Uyou have kid liver or bladder Ifftlll bs round lustthe remedy you need It hu been tcsted Ino many ways In hospital wolfc in private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase and has proved so successful In every Clse hat apecWLrranEement h been madli which an readers or this pape- whohavenotitleeadytrled it may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a bock telling more about Swamp Root and how to find out II you have kidney or bladder trouble Whet writing mention reading Ihl generous offer Q paper and Dr KllmercBlncj N I regular Iffy cent and aemotsamraooe dollar stem are sold by all good druggists r Hines Luster a 435- IIIlIes Harvy f 4a 32- LawrenceVirgll S e 25 4 iSo Lockry T D i 3 25- panclNCt No6 Bracken J J 42 1530 Bracken Mrs OX 6S 565 Beatty Yrs SA town lot In Cromwell 460 Bracken Jno J zoo 780- Hocker W R W 95 880 Jams Mrs Dora agent for James heirs Ito 9 20 Kitchen A H 25 3 8o Lake Be 83 9 00 Leech Joseph H 27 SOD McCoy 25 460- Pnmmeq J II 77 5 8- 0PorterIIT So 780 Saudenur Jas Plitt for Mrs U ISandenur ZOO 490- Sandelfur n P 59 5 50 Tanner W A t8o 1530 Taylor Mra L C 170 155SI Wallace CD to7 53 90 Wlllell Yrs Nancy 165 55I BrItcher Jesa col z town lot In Cromwell 3 8o Briggs Amos t z tones lot In Cromwell 3 70 Butler E P z town lot fa Cromwell 4 So Gentry Geo z town lot la Cromwell 3 70 Moore henry z town lot In Cromwell 380- Shult Jack r town lot la Cromwell 500- Vick R I town lot to Cromwell 3 75 PRECINCT No 10 Alhlu JOlT S8 7 8o- Awtry Yrs Pannie 40 s So Baize Wm W too 5 50 Bratcher Isaac 25 3 50 Daugherty J K u 375- Daughelty Jno So 430 Daugherty H 0 i5 5 05- Daugherty1 Democrat V uS 6 65- nmbry Albert 1So 5 50 Rmbry Melvina J zoo 6 00- Embry Lafayette Zoo 945- Evans Washington 177 7 15- Evans Joseph 75 490 Evans nlsworth 190 7 25 lIaner Wm III 50 4 90 House Wm 63 515 James R C zoo 5 So- Keowa Mrs Eilza E 57 3 50 Keowu1 W z5o 450 Mason Lyssus O zSo 7 85 Phegiey Marion 70 49Smith Curtis So 4 30 Taylor Gurley lay 78- 0WilloughbyMDzi6 770 Coy John W zoo 550- Crabb W II S 300 23 70 Coy George 530 9 60 Coy Rebecca 6o 3 So- D Hart Wm M z town lot 5 50 Jellalt Eliza So 3 So Doyle Wm R 75 605- RlDhry RobtJr 82 680 nzell Chili D Zoo 490 Ferguson Sam Zoo 665 Ferguson Wm R 6o 5 So Ferguson Redy 80 575 Ford Mrs Piles 8o 4 75 GolI Robt 79 6 oo- Ifoskins V P So 4 30 Morris Press a5 3 56 Morrl S Marlon 20 3 80- Peytou Thos 70 775- StriaglieldTbol J 30 3 45 Swift S C I town lot Arnold 7 40 Thomas N B 83 I i 10- WlllOa Jerry P 40 600 CAT P KEOWN S O C A druggist naturally prefers to sell a good altlclC he makes the same profit as onanlnfeeIorpreparalion hence they universally recommend Ramone Liver Pills and Tonic Pel lets In this locality this mild pow er modern treatment hu almost al together superceeded the old style drastic liver pllli A cure for constl patios end bllloulue without any griping purging sickening sensation de what people have been looking for 25e J H Wllllalill L Tommy sat way back In church wIth his msmma It WaS hid first ex peulence Uverytblllg was wonderful to him By and by the collection was taken but Imagine the surprise of Tommys mother when the usher passed the plate to hear Tommy say No thank you Ive got some money of my owBrooklyn Eagle Maker of VOWS Many anecdotes show that Indians have not been wanting lu calculation and cunning lu their dealings with white people Indeed the paleface although superior to Intelllgeuce and education is often obliged to look very sharp In order not to become the dupe of the crafty red man In liThe Deserts of North America this anecdote Is repeated preachlto heaven and keepthem went up to the preacher after the sermon ands said- r I have made a vow to go to your house The minister was a little surprised but he gelled and said Well keep your vow On arriving at the house the Indian seated hlmaelf and after a time re- mlrked I have made a vow to sup with you This way alao granted but when alter supper the Indian announced I have made a vow to sleep In your house the minister began to fear that there would be no end to the vows of his attentive aud litor That Is easy to do and you shallI keep your vowr he said I will give you It bed But he said I babe made a vow that you shallI leave tomorrow morning The Indian nodded Good I beI Slid Yon make my vows come tree so I make your vow come trUfC And tae next mornlllg he went a way lei a good humor CanIne Cemetery- A lriendof mine has Just returned from a trip through France and knowing how fond I am or animals he told me or a monument erected lu Paris In memory or a dog In R cemetery devoted entirely to does the monument stands and bears this In IICflptlon BArry of the Great Saint Bernard lie saved the lives or forty persons and was killed hy the forty first Carved all the topol the monument are the buildings of the hosplceor monastery as It Is usually calledl and below Is the llfe sized figure or its famous dog carrying a little girl ou Its back The rescure of this child is rightly looked upon as Barrys most remark I able exploit and shows how mach intelligence a dog possesses One stormy day on the bleak mountain top tight thousand feet above the valley below this fourfooted hero found lying ullder a ledge of Ice a girl about seven years old dying from the cold and Ice The childs mother wu lying by her side Irozn to death The dog laid his warm body close to the child aodpstleotlyI- Ickep her face and hands till she op ened her eyes Then the faithful creature made her understand that she was to clllDb upon his back and clasp her arms aronlfd his warm neck When she understood and had climbed up Barry trotted hack to the mono IItry No one was on guard at the gate which was closed so the dog seized the rope of the alarm bell withI his teeth rang apeal and when the gate was opened laid his precious burden on the floor when the rood monks took her up and restored her to health This happened nearly a hundred years ago but Barry Is still remembered and to the year 1900 the people of Paris erected the monument to his memory In I8a6 Prof Melasner wrote Barry never needed to be told of his duty With thickening fog or drift lug snow he would dash forth to search for stray travelers Ind no hand could hold him back If to his deep haying came all answering human cry or Uby digging lu the driftsI he came upon some unconscious wayfarer he plunged back to the monks tary for the help which without his fine keen instinct could not be tendered Patber Gilld the present prior ofI the monastery wrote an account or the tragic death of this faithful anl met to the committee o1 Parisians who erected the monument After ten years Ot usefulness our noblest dogI perished victim to hIs devotion to duty he wrote One evening duro lug a violent snowstorm he rushed forth as usual to seek for luckless travelers A stranger seelllg the dog plunging toward him with open jaws took fright and dealt the faithful beast a crushing blow on the head with his Iroubound sUck The la- melltahle mistake discovered all pos Bible enort was made to recall this most estimable friend of man but In vain It- Barry hid saved forty lives Truly he was a great hero High up in the Alps stands the monastery of the Great Saint Ber yard It Is the highest dwelllag place In Europe and Is occupied by ten or twelve monks who with their noble dogs known as St Deruard devote their lives t0 saving people horn death by exposure to cold or burial lu the snow They are supported hy offerings or travelers and ntrlbutloas sent them Sometimes as many I1S five hundred travel ers call there in a single day aiM each year between nine and ten thousand are Indebted to them for food and shelter Ice and snow are to be found there all the year round and not a blade of glass a tree or lower Is to he seen No birds sing their glad songs There Is a great thence brakeD only by the roar or the tbun- der or the crashing of the great pya Inches or Ice which break loose and slid down the mountain side It e lonely life those monks lead find on account of the cold sad the difficult or breathing they can stay there only about twelve years and even the their helthls rained It may be truly Bald of them that they give their livee for men I ought to tell you Uat Bury i not burled In Paris his skin Is stuff ed and stands is the Museum a Beroe the capital of Swi z nand Barry was not a handsome dog hut Just a homely creature who had n- oI ambition but to do rood What a lesson his life teahes uIIIChtldlens- Visitor Good SecurIty Mister do you lend money hen asked all earnest young voice at the office dor The lawyer turned away form his deck confronted a clear eyed ponrlydressed lad or twelve years and studied him keenly for a minute Sometimes we deon good security he said gravely The little fellow explained that he had a chance to buyout a boy thats crying papers he had half the mono ey required but hc needed to bprrow the other fifteen cents What security eau you otfetr asked the lawyer The boys brown hand sought his pocket and he drew out a paper care fully raIded In a bit of calico It was- a cheaply printed pledge against the use of Intoxicating liquors and tbae co As respectfully as If It had been the deed to A farm the lawyer exam trace It accepted it and handed over the required sum A friend who had watched the transaction vtith silent amuement- aughed IS the young borrower deputed You think that I know nothlog about him smiled the lawyer I know that he came manfully In what I he supposed to b a business way end tried to negotiate a loaD instead of begging the money I know he bas been under a good Influence or he piedalalldor not so carefully I agree with him that oaeJ who keeps himself from such things has It character to c ffer II a security Christian Observer The ChrIstmas Dinner In spite of the fact that the word dyspepsia means literally had cook It will not be fair for many to lay the blame on the cook If they beltln the Christmas Dlllner with little appetite and end It with dlhtrers or nausea It may not be fair for any to do that let us hope so for the sake or the cook I The diseAse dyspepsia India cotes a had stomach that Is a weak stomach rather thana bad cook and for a weak su1ach there Is nothing else equal to Hoods Sarsaparilla It gIves the stomach vigor Iud tone cures dyspepsia creates appetite and makes eating the pleasure It should be L I suppose said the earnest young writer that t will be recognized when I am uo longer alive Of course you will answered the cheerful editor unless you have the misfortune to get blown up Jay dynamite or mangled In a railway wreck or something or that IdlldWasbI lugtou Star Read the following from B II Johnson Many Springs Yo I have used Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic pellets for blllollSUCH general debility and pains in the back and side and they gave me speedy and lasting relief The entire Treat meet ten Liver Pills and fifteen Tonic Pellets cost only 25 cents One dose course a cure trial dose free II Williams Beep It is Your Home And when the bowels fall to act properly take a dose or LYONS LAXATlva SYRUPIt ads gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system In good working order and make your complexion clear Por sale hy J ThaAllenRosineKy Mamma to a friend who is lunch- Ing with beeI dont know why It lsbutl always eat more when we have company than when were alone Tommy helping himself to the third piece of caktI know why It iscause we have better things to eatBrooklyn Life how did that poem of youn turn out Oh answered theanthor there was the dlfftrence of opinion that usually attends the production of a masterpiece The postmaster insisted that It was firstclass matter and the editor Insisted that It was not Washington Slur Rev John Reid Jr of Great Falls Mont recommended Elys Cream Balm to me I can emphasize his statement It is a positive care lot catarrh If used as dlrectedRev Francis W Poole Pastor Central Pies Church lIelena Mont I Alter using Elys Cream Balm six week I believe myna cured of catarrh Joseph Stewart Grand Ave Ysthe Dlm does not irritate or ante sneezing Sold by druggists et 50 cis or melted I y my Protherls6- Wnren St New York A Successful Hostess The most successful hostess is the lone who Invites a guest to share what is the regular ronlice of the- I family She does away withall de partures from the dilly rule thai avoiding unusual effort on the part of the family and servants Ifa servant MARSHALL FIELD Cured of of bY I r l asedaas iiH8l JOMXjT SRLAEAlt or CIHCAOO ea laka T tnh k 4Men for ennee1 years manager of Marshall yrillbColawhlc alwuehneasal boo the fnowtag letterfrat 7M Indiana ateDua P1at SIx Ctlcsge In1 Cefalibw Ohio OefatlealeA dIdaat S611t a cold which seemed to see tie to y kldaeyE aad tbeey badly I tried IJ couple of hid cry reeedlef IIrYel1 teed but they did sotkwesay One etyfeltaZea told atirof thereat deep ho hal received at using- Asruar u a tlUu cu mild lat once procured Some v Hit WM IIJIHfla blesJlg tome as Iam ca my feet a harps part of the dq alJl trouble tuckaa I had affected me seriously but lout botUu of Peraaa cured ere oadrelyani I would sot be without It lot three asatha TSNBAHAN I Mr Jaeb lleig Wrie from 8am- Mr ITlDU Brooklyn N TIIJaa aew a aewraa at tkeap 0- 1urIIIT Rv y t5 tltaki t year- wsadartal MaserParma 4JaoM prCatsrrhaltnpsaz IoaetI ttueoag It tedledBrighisdtsuis Or chronic The unto form prbduees symptoms of neh proIaRO alta the sunatar oC ike dfisas Sa a1 ones WAREHOUSEMANAGER IICatarrh Kidneys Perunat ral2elPegimeatInfantryIN0- tvftw hroaiMedlclaeCa qtiyJOItN Our Clubbing ListI Republican nndTwiccnVeek CourierJournal PorYr150 Republican and GlobeDemocrat per s Republican and Louisville Commercial per 125 Republican and Toledo Blado per year 125 4 Republican and Chicago InterOcean per 133 Republican and TwiooaVeek New York 160 Its instructed la the proper laying 01- lhe table and requlrcdto serve prop erly the different courses everyday there will be no bitches when corn parry arrives Unexpectedly no awkwardness when au extra plate is add eat to the usual numberConkeya Home Journal Od TORt11t lIdYHIItAIwI Bagtl =tl I C Railroad Chicago and New Orleans Limited Exclusively Pullman train from CIllCJGO- Faf ter VileEeectlyDcember1theateago andNOrl- ase Umlted tut twtlbul trttlu will bpllt out of Cbltgo raseing rum Chicogo to Mo phi at Iellman car train puU Train No I- taeLlmlted carding oar Pallwaeleeplogear- dtrtngearaed buaetnbrary car alit Iar Chl agodaily d 100 pmror Slot IprtD- PNblIIi Atlanta JaboDIII and arrlring at- New0rlabe 10 p m tM nest dy No roach panaengere w111 b I too on It they being carlo IblIbore points os awlratnNeha- rlpgrnebeaonly god IeartnNeblengn at 115- p usdallyaadsrtlrlug at New Odau71p Iii lbe nett day Tat eoseh trots will to tar rr very wdneeday out o1 Cblragn threes t- rIo Rerunlo sleeping Car runalug via N OrtesoIn 4dIUoalb New Orlon 81I411alI day tralswilh through dreplag sad ball Ijlbrorl ear sad eting all aal Is dtnloR ear wilt larlblcagudsi1at10oea N nod entreat at tor out moainr eunureting- with it laaHIUlill1ed or the Soothers Iar- lIoaloa I4D Antonio aid Nn Francisco- lb Sunset IAmllydtearing New Orleans ditty Tlctetand olbr lulormatlouo- lrUroad ticket agent A II11ANe0N- O u1VasarAgent P Barnes Rings oeeaa a ehwcterlitic eh rm- d err pecvllarlD themes x n- is the recacalaatlama lot 111117 Irma air01 ignetrtgs In the produeo- II ioU US NAIL onol you o r Row Cold loaay Row 5wGold Serpent 1110 men u m- o1 ROMCoI4Io1IuM lDrr lot ka NIo II YotoognwRaom + ail o- 16datidk II Writ bear Gkte 11sf CWkG- mRba of annlfl oCWIU the p1 Gold Dace O P1ARHES 00 0oMe00Wartlel toulSVlttIKY- v I suspected but the chronic variety may- eome n so gradually and Insidiously that ita preeeaee Ii not suspected until alter it Jail fwbnd Itself thoroughly npm to vlcYm I IL1 the Ipptaruo it the first J1IIJI tom Peru Iho114 w taken This remedy strikes at sRr at the very tool of the dlaease I A book on atstz sent Iris by The Praaa uellofa0 Oolllmbu 0f year 160 year year World Itemphk NOrlar at- llleam Missouri PacificO- R IR H lImUHTAIH UTB PROMS oasis and mQ l 1 Affords TourlstsProspectors or Home Seekers Best Service Fastest ached ule to all points lu Missouri Nebtu ka Kansas Oklahoma Indian Terri tory Colorado Utah Oregon Call forma Arkansas Texas Louisiana Old and New Mexico and Arizona Pullman Sleepers Free Reclllnlr ChaIr Cars ou all trains Low rata Free Descriptive Literature Corltlllt ticket agents or add rest R T G MATTr1Rws T P A- Louisville Ky HC TOWNSEND OP TA StLouis MoI ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY nrorOUTED Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In talklllg distance with the whole county and business points generally by a reaaoaahle rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will bent the whole expense it you say so We connect with all Independent Companies For patticu tars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky CATARRHAND C1VRE rOB- CATARRH ELYS f3AnG- e0 Ia ELYS CREAM SAM R10- nee EOOJ and pleasant to Contains no In- Jurloaa drug It U quickly absorb d GIn lkller at 4181uagaen aIrot 4Uui and COLD HEAD Membrane utON the aeaw of Taol and Kllloll tars 111M ro cent at Druggists or bT- rnlI Trial alw to root by mac SLY IIIIUTIltIUI M Warren oust NsW York For Constipation sLazatlreRfrueaanidealremdroeladtrsandchlldren tteUlbsrmleOluu erallcll WI1IIIIICrt rIle sq Hartford Republican 1001 lijr the llfirtfnnl rul ll hlniiCiimiiiny InnrUAATxnl- A IN IIKNUY TIIOMAN Kill lor tCClxot co- C rnbrlan404L b ntr32FRIDAY DECEMBER 12 Ilntm ol ArivrrllnliiBr- nnntent nilrertlmmfntii 40c jr Inch are t iwerilnat SOc per Inch filch additional Iniirrtlori- f clel rMn on jwrlr contracts 1oml notice loc I r 1I0e flmt Inirrtlon Be rwr 1ne NIb additional Insertion Cnrdt of think noolntloni and obituaries I tint a line Cash In adTiinc ANNOUCIMENTNFor We are nnthorlfd to nnnonnrellOX A R 1IRNNRTT nn n rnndldnt for But Rrnator from the Seventh Senatorial IIItNrteubjctt In action of the ltrinlilican putty WI lire oOlllOrll1 in nnnonnre D IIAKKR ItllOADS M n cnnddnte fur Ktntc ttcnaturtro IhoHeTcnth Senatorial iIUMIct oulJwt to th- nrtlun or the IlepubIean patty For Mrmll cnn Clerk We an nnthorlied to announce F I HANDK KITH aa a candidate for Clerk Ohio ClKolt Court imt let to the action of the Ilepnbllran part Jr Rprreenlathe We are nuthorlteil td announce DR A D ItRKna n candidate for Hepre ent ttTe from Ohio county lutiject to the action ot the IlepnU liMn party We are anlborUeJ to announce OEO U MAIV DOX aa candidate for Iteptv ent ttTeJroin Ohio county tnbject to the action of the Ilrpnb lean party IF Tom Reed is not remembered a a great legislator ho will be honored for making legislation possible in th popular branch of Congress EDITOR Stones Grayson Leader has a heap of mighty good prose and a leetle mighty bad poetry but his readers shouldnt shoot him fo his poetry yet He just recently jined the quilldrivers rTHE Seventh Senatorial District Committo will meet at Beaver Dam Monday December 15 for the pur pose of determining the time and manner of holding a convention to nominate a candidate for State Sen atnr JUDGE Miller and Esquire Marlin are favorable to a more practicaland sensible system oa working our roads We are not advised as to the views on the question of the other Justices but if your Justice does not favor a better system for road working you should urge upon him the importance of the question before the January term COL C M BARNETT Is in Wash ington this week and the Courier Journals irresponsible Washington correspondent telegraphed that paper Sunday that Col Barnett wasjto be ousted from the office of Surveyor of the Port and that Senator DeboeI was to take his place and found that nobody would take his fake story seriously enough to even deny it he telegraphed his paper again that Col Barnett wouldretain his office but would resign the chairmanship of the State Central Com mittee Mr Barnett authorized the HeraldCommercial to say that he had no Intention of resigning the chairmanship and the Courier Jour pals correspondent turned his fake gun upon new game TilE suggestion of Col 0 M Bar nett for the Republican nomination for Governor next year in being favorably discussed by the Itepublican leaders of the Slate notwithstanding his positive statement that he is not a candidate Col Burnetts cautious and conservative course in politics Jm won for him tho confidence of the party and these aro the very elk Ottents that should enter into the makeup of the Republican candidate for Governor Notwithstanding he m the head of tho Republican or ganisation in the Slate and the in cumbent of an important Federalof fle through the stormiest periodof the partys internal strife he by fol lowing the very profitable work of minding his own business maintained the confidence and goodwill of each tit the factions and would on this account make the strongest candi unto the Republicans could nominate next year But it is another evi twee of his fitness for such a candi ikry as well as a credit to his worth n4 a man that he fittingly recognizes the generous recognition his party ha shown him and modestly declines at fn sand in tho way of other worthy nut deserving Republicans KINGO AND TilE PRIMARY At the recent meeting ot tho Dem o uric State Central Committee that rilled the primary election to nom joule candidates for State offices can ilittile Ringo was in the middle of a wry bad fix Mr Iting belongs to tIll Goebel faction of the Democratic pityhe signed a petition to Goebel i cutest Taylors election and is of i et sarily for Beckham for the ruinalon for Governor Beckham II hJg able to asees his appointees rtii very well ITrd the UpiUdO otu 810000 primary which will force li s opponents out aril wanted a pri 711 ryBeing an exnfliuii member rf the llckham inaoliine Mr Riugo was timid to nppuo Mr Bfckhams pri Hjirv illhi1Ifa a otnililate f r Jo Lwimuuuwealtha Attorney iu a dig I trict in which lives Uroy Woodson member of the Democratic National Ciimmitict personal triemt ni Bryan aud editor ot thtrouly iufUeniial Democratic newspaper in the trisiict who is violently opposing Beckbarns primary plan to fix the price so high for the nomination lot Governor hat nobody will be able to bid against him on the day of the sale May 9 1003 Ben was between the devil Bud the deep blue sea It was a care of be damned if you do and be damned if you dont1 0But Ben proved himself a politi cian of that class that fly high andI fall soon by getting on both sidle 01I the question He told the Beck I am crowd that he was heartily in fnvur of fixing the price so high thdt no other Democrat could allurd tihid against Beckhnm for the nominatHti if they would set the day of sale tor bljrclewas course not to go on favor of the primary Now Mr Rngo can say to the Beckham crowd I told you fellows I was heartily in favor of the primary and voted against it only ou eec tint of the date it was fixed for anti would have voted for it anyhow lad my v9te been necessary to have cur lied the measure and then you It 1 lows are my friends and know how Woodson is raising sheol down thereabout the primary and being a can antagollizeIery to do so for Beckham to freeze out the other fellows And be can say recordrand you wills I voted against call log the primary rIn fact we give Mr Ringo ctrdit that is a certain triad of credit forJurninga pretty slick trick but we doubt whether the voters of the district will be in favor ofa slick trickturner for Commonwealths At torney i NO POOR MAN NEED APPLY- A multiplicity of editors of the Hartford Herald recently is making that paper a little more ridiculous than usual Last week Mr Ringo did the editorial work for that paper and notwithstanding be 01 a memo her of the Democratic Stale Central Committee had voted against it he made the Herald say that the State primary was the newest and best thing out and that the Democrats everywhere were whooping wild in favor of it But this weekour friend Matthews is back from his vacation and he makes this same Herald weep floods of tears over the disruption that bas come into the Democratic party ot Kentucky over the recent action of the State Central Committee in ordering a State primary Again this Matthews Herald makes an admission the Bingo Herald would not make It says The primary I handicapped liy the I rpo cliienw anil the consequent imtillltr of av body ere a mao of rosniDiRADLt means en tering the rare Ah there No poor man need ap ply What do the poor but Iwiiest Democrats of Kentucky think of this declaration from a paper that is sup porting the call for the rich mans primaryParty loyalty party service per sonal merit and fitness count for naught in the Democratic party unless the possessor of all these merits is happily the possessor also ofco0id trail means Are the Democrats of Kentucky laying in tbisprimary the founda tion of a moneyed aristocracy to rule the Commonwealth And are the honest but poor Democratic farmers andjmechanics of Kentucky ready to accept such slavery Are they will ing to establish a precedent that wil forever bar themselves and their dc cendents who do not have the tout fortune to accumulate to consiJe aGe means from holding offices of pr fit RwealthDoublebarrel Urecohlojul ing Shot Guns and all sorts of Guns at Carson Bros Tom Reed Dead Thomas B Reed Americas giatSrot pnllmentarlan who made lion possible In the Lower IIon e nf Congress died of Brlghts discos = nt Washington Sunday morning His remains were taken to his old home Portland Maine for Interment T In this Issue ot THR RprunCAN ark piar the announcement of Mr F L Snndefur for the Republican nomina lion for Circuit Court Clerlr Mr Sanrielar Is a very capable and rr serving young man lie is well knows to the Republicans of OhioM county having made the race nornlralon fur this office six years ago when he came within n few votes of the nomination Mr Sande tars well known fitness for the duties the office his sturdy honesty ant excellent cbaracttr Insole his election the R puWlein decide to make him their standtrd bearer in the race for circuit Court Clerk next yea pColoredTreaeurerofrulnndItinunry lbu3tvXHUH to public aale at Ibolvrt 11lllLlllPOtUCIurVii 3IPI 111 IMrtn 3JMj r n rrrlrrwPrytann iW Kil r Land Sale for Taxes By vii tile of Taxes due me as Sheriff of Ohio county Ky I will on the 5th day of January 193 expose to public sale at the Court House or In Hartford Ky the following lands TZ PRECINCT NO 12 Arm Tax Ashley J M 40 4 90 Ashley Laura K 25 a 61 Austin R II I town lot In Horton 4 60 Bailey G M 120 18 So Craig Lon 10 3 60 Craig Luther 30 3 90 Daugberty U S 60 491 Fllbucb Philip 20 4 00 Hall W W nrtmr Agnes nails heirs I town lot In Rosine 2 61 Hohelmer W E 75 6 7 A R 68 46 Kuykendail Gto 43 3 go Leach L C 41 9 4 Leach D D So 5 00 Leisuie Mrs J W I town lot In Rosine 4 4 Myers J H 176 745 Monroe J J 6t 46 Peach W E I town lot in Rosine 3 4 Rilph Wit 75 45 Raymer U W 65 39 RAymer J B 75 43 Snell Mrs Elizibeth 149 8 3 Tucker G T 35 6 30 Wright AD 27 5 50 Wright Mrs Louisa 6j 441 Wright LT zoo 890 Wright Thos 51 66 Middox Mrs Harriet col i town lot 26 PRECINCT NO 22 Btatcher TV 15 44 Burden Ellis 25 4 4- HarrlaonGeoM60 4 60 Baird CT 58 940 Bennett Dillis S86 8 40 Davis Martin L40 5 50 Hoover Louis 23 515 Hoover Len C130 IG 28 Humphrey W JI16 715 Leisure J W 50 4 30 Maples Geo J 100 1245 Newcomb U W86 5 50 Park Jo W87 500 Patton J T5J 665 Smith Thos1b0 1515 Gibson Mrs Depha col50 2 61 Tinsley Jas Tb0 4 30 PRECINCT NO 23 Bell Thos 518G 24 40 Hoover Isaac C75 802 Smith C T40 36fi Taylor Henry GMaxwell 1 3 90 Turner Oscar LI0 430 PRECINCT NO 24 Bartlett Dudley B100 4 GO Church Thoe97r 14 80 Greer Coleman D100 665 Howard T B116 648 Hudson Wm HI00 782 McKinley Joseph 125 1 1 85 Rhoads Butler 0125 8 94 Russell Mrs Margaret 57 4 G- G6harpleaac47 375 Taylor C U 85 1130 Vineyard Mrs Aunie e25 3 19 Ward Frank M145 171- 2WellerJaeT100 899 Wbittaker R S 107 686 Yates Temple 73 4 80 Bennett Robt A51 721 PRECINCT NO 25 GibEon Jack R 1 lot in Maxwell 4 GO Hepsley Geo M37 60- 5JeneeCL60 735 Price Mrs Susannah J 11 85 Teylor Geo A50 490 PRECINCT NO 29 Bellamy Geo W98 2377 Cooper J H57I 546 Evans WmH161 1435 Tanner Jno W74 715 Greer N G 1 lot in Magan 3 29 Hendrix Jno A57 548 Magan Josh A45 5 48 McCnrty Morris V 275 18 29 McPberson Lon W108 780 RoacbJ Ia101 835 Roach IlenryJ80 834 oyal MreNaacyJlOU 8 85 1V43 4 50 Westerfield Jas A7J 855 Wcstetfield Isaac C40 4 31 While Sylvester47 312 Baize U B 1J 375 PRECINCT NO 13 Jas A 50 602 tevens Mrs Idella 11oHu Beaver Darn 6 41 Stokes Mr LB 1 5 V4 Thomas Alea37 400 Boliug J B 1 548 PRECINCT NO 12 Thomas W P 1 lot in Itaino 4 29 PRECINCT NO 1- 4BurgeAa113 20 429 rown Mrs MJ 1 605 orris Mrs Aunie 1 lot in Beaver Dam 3 46 Morri L V4 410 Russell Wm llotin Mercer Mines 4 60 Bryant Win 104 894 Boxarth F JLBG 4 00 Deno Wm 1 lot in McHenry 4 60 Maddox Wm L 1 lot in McHenry 4 90 Orvil 1 429 Fred 1 lot In Williams Mines 6 65 Jno L42 636 Roach Hugh25 4 9- 0ItnarkWT3 400 Shacklett Jess Hot in r from now until Christmas will be found a free I game amusing and instructive5o different kinds Get Lion Coffee and a Free Game at Your Grocers McHenry 4 GO Wade A R2t 550 IRECIXCT NO 13IThomas Anderson col 1 lot in Beaver Dam 650- pRtnsor so 14 I Taylor MilesU G iij PRECINCT yo 16IIRowe Jno W Ccutcrtoxvu 015 PRECINCT NO 9 Warden Shelby D100 i 80 IREOIKCT No8 Williams L 0 1 town lot in Rockport 4 00 J8391Campfielrl lot in Rockport C 00 PRECINCT No1 I Griffin W T75 80- 2HnoverSE80 544 Laws RB 6021lRECINCr Baker Ed W 2 424jP- RECISOT NO 1 Bozarth J J30 490 I Coghill W H5058Cog- hill W D 40 420 Cox S K agt for Jennie Mosley 1 town lot in Hartford 7 60 CurryCL310tlllOI ast 075JMcDowellPark Walker65 550 Pendleton Dr E B 1 lot in Hartford 10 22 Rustel Wm2 J ti9i 1HartfordShacklett A R by W II CoKbill agt SO 4 lIj Stevens Elvis85 400 PRECINCT NO 2 I Banger G W agt for Geo Klein 1 town lot in Hartford 0 70 Davis Lon145 18 aO PRECINCT NO 1Ilingo Mrs AI H Beaver Dam 0 48 Fenant Taylor col 1 lot In I Hayti 2 40 Griffin Annie 1 2 f0- Grillin Thos i 400 Lindley Sylvester 1 lot in Hartford 4 00 Taylor Wm 1 305 Taylor Louis agt tor Angeline Taylor 1 240 Tichenor Ed 1 4 30 PRECINCT No2 j Crumpton Jnotk 430 Griffin Wm 1 lot In I Hayti 4 25 Hines Anuie Ilotin Hartford 2 90 CASTORI4eIDear tiehsKM YW Han Alcap Bought Blguton cf I Joe Mulhattan the Louisville drummer who for many years was regarded as the biggest liar in the world and who went West and went crazy a few years ago has turned up at Louisville right side up Joe said Slave I To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease j iDr Miles NervineCuredMe I s When the nervous system has been shattered the use of there it iNerrinchucHoring I feel so for what Dr Miles Restorative Nervine has done for me that 1 must tell It for that jart of humanity that earsIno relief except when doctors gave morphine To get suffering 1 took morphine my self as it was thin that would give ease and now you who point with scorn at morphine using how could you when in thingthat 1 was a terrible habit and I know of its deadly grasp but 1 never fully realized its irnlli monthsOhhabit I lesofred then and there to and resolved I would never be a slave to anyt happonodonotice I fivebottles j perIOnI Ifeelsufferinc MATTIE Imturs PrescoU Ark hotfie AddressDr Christn1aS j Game fREEIn each pound package ofI Lion Coffee I i he heard the reports going about In Kentucky sometime ago that he w s dead but he said he told his friends nut West that like as not they were just newspaper yarns Lyons Laxative Syrup Isa vegetable preparation absolutely harmless In its effect acts gently on the kidneys liver and bowels cures con Blipation biliousness sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An remedy for children as will as adults For sale by J Thou Allen Ro lnrKy C M WISEMAN SON lea lnJ Jewelers ot Luivlile have just pal ten out ft New CMntojtue embracing everything In the Jewelry line II you want a handsome attlce suitably lor a Christmas present at most reas otabe prices write for for n cata login 132 W Market Street Louis ville Ky ijtf ROiYHOTELIT Best 100 Hotel in the City Your 1 iilronngo Solicited 117 Fmlrfctt Oimwhoro Kjr 0It DRINK OLD JOE t lf 4 The Best Whisky on Earth For sale by Henry Nail Hart ford Leo Chlnn Hartford JA Bradloy Rockport JasEspoy Rondor R W Ragland Horso Branch PERKINS MANNING CO DISTILLERS Omrnbnrcr I1 Cumberland TELEPHONE AND telegraph Cot loeyrloratwil Theres nnthlnir the mVtinr T iih my huMnes I ht the Cumberland Teltphiiie In my residence and place of htislnc R My hni In increased sir lOt vier wire is never heard to jrrtniM uhnut toe TtI ph np Ytir fr c o I rivle Iltgentlemanly competition C P NOWL1N Manr i Ir c Id t u t w r 1 or j 1lr G J l AsUsyiShoppers + 1 I Will Find Headquarters v for HOLIDAY GOODS at the Drug Store of h t WAYNEli BRIFFH BROKt ouou C I t SANTA CLAUS S I Is overloaded with PRESENTS thls yotr fur ovor body anti ho has just dropped his loud Tat GRIFFINS whore he invites the public to call told take their choito There you will t find the most splendid army of 1 1 Christmas Presents and Holiday GoodsdEver brought to Hartford 1rseutoftill kinds for all kinds of looplohig little old and f young Something NEW in every line thihgs that you never saw before Articles both I useful and pretty valuable find oxjwyisive Finolines of Presents for grownuppeople in 1 Parlorb i5it Lamps Fine Pictures Sterling Silver Novoltios Goldplatod French Bevel Mirrors Bisque iOrnaments und Yffses MetillPockets Tobacco Boxes v Cracker Jars Candelabra Pi iY Trayvftn rtl R 1 jirS Card CSisos Etcrha latest Novels l oJ Ilenty looks Childrens 1r PLI Etc Jhon there are Trinket galore for tho childron Kv cry ago can Co suitedovortao gralified Call aijd make your scluclion before trio stock J is picked over Hear tho big REGINA Jlusic Box 11nrfs1- Rcmomhor z 1fGI eIeIIf J tItthe Place kDealersscriptions a Specialty =Biliousness Makes It W Chronic Invalids XA- Vfff When the liver li torpid and UU to do IU WOk the blls eaten the boo 1 u a virulent potion The- n1cones coiutlpation tlllciuocti tick headache leren mod malaria The only treatment that gives the aver jmt the right touch sod ttaiu Nature work in the tight mincer PILLSofn J AHaTOHIC PELLETS The pill touches tiio tvtr and the pellets tone the t eyjtem i 23 doiee tor Q dayecat25cecrs and uo jmj leu OUr COM U eieeedlngiy Iii1 you JMH Sv will be weU before you CnUh acm Sample free For talc tit fL 1 deaters1 For sae by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky wenwra r g r Y c h l THIRD FLOOR RILEYBUILDtNq I ART oRw isrModern equipment Personal instruction Actual business r classes to all Aid to Tuition c9m1lincrll01t1Scimo Wo continue tho entire year SJllngtcrm opens l utu1- try 12 1903 tJ Writo for CATALOGUER II IIANKINS Pres E W PATTERSON VPres AU Kinds of Job Worki I NEATLY DONE AltTHIS OFFICE tvr too ti c IL oJ r GdG H bd i a d Fob H I H a HH III111I H I HI I t III n t- Uiford iI I a 1du Y- p Collegey111 TFORDr KENTUCKY I ti e SPRINGf TERM r 6 GINS JANUARY 12 1903 A D CON f rTffINUES = i f I N vADVANTAGBS Healthful Location Strong Facul ty the BEST Methods Low Expenses e- y ItJid EXPENSES Initt npcrlcrtnoflenrC018 s 800 tventy Weeks in advance A 1500 Board in licit pHVotofainiliesior Cok2 to 2 2fi r Special attention givcn to lchchriland those pro 3 paring for examination dt for Cafaloguc t- T1 T 1 MORTON 0 MSHULTZ iI Jl UPresident4 i3 l li i q 0wGnsboro Ky 7 t i J JI InBtrtvt betireaiTrlplotAndnollrcr fleet ntUntlon KltfD to itofk ItrailqaarUrfor rnOhtoeounty 11011 tsJA ESREY OLDS f II i ra Proprieto r tie i 1 i 1l 1rt I 7J k l 4 I 4j J1 riioA 4en10ns Little Boys and Girls ba a 4 a t 41 1 desire to announce to you that I have left my entire line of HOl ttIDAY GOODS at FAIR CD COS They are open and ready for aI 4 4 your inspection I have labored hard since last you heard from me t 41 that Imight please you I trust that you will visit early my HEAD ba 1 QUARTERS where you will find prompt aba4f Yours for a Merry Xmas bat 4 1 SANTA CLAUSba44n Dolls Dolls You will find our enormous stock of- 1olls t 41 to bo by far tho prettiest lino over Kidr 4I Body DoUs China Dolls Jointed Dolls = Sleeping Dolts Cryjag IQll in fhctnn- yII kind of n Doll includiugmany hnnsomo- L Iy dressed Prites from 5ntto f6 41 h A 4Toy Department thatr41 Santa Claus over loft with us loo many i o 4 4 to mention everything Ulf Z hero pro n fo- wI of thorn Doll Swings Doll Beds and BanksshipaIrlniksItolley 41 Collbo Mills Guns Dressers Sideboards =f Ironsloy Pistdls Drums Dump Cnrts Sprinklerst4 tiers lo Blocks Etc 4rcnn 1not toll you about them tills 4t Good Books 1Wo arc showing n big assortment of t UOQks jn ninon and paper bind 41 ing Motho Guoso series etc Also n b4iY etandnrd authors prices ranging from 4i15c to liOc Como and lookovor thom 1Suro to I1ml tfhat you wnpt 4iC1 k j1- C baba ba ba Pictures and Medallions ba ithndithonsoldelJfolkse bfto ChinawarebaSapid Dienes Fruit Bowls Coffee Pot to Stands aColery Dishes ba itStandsAlso big line of PpnlwnrcRoso Bowlsba tt1raysSomething in this lino is sure to pleaseba ba Wagons Etc for Boys ba SomEthing durable Ironaxlo Wag it ones 76cto100 Steelbody Ironwheel WngonBfOmcthing you cnnnot easily break75c 100 lend 125 Small bato woo1ennxlo Wagons 25c Shoo Flies u- 75c Hobby Horses 126 up to 250ba 9 ba Presents for Older Heads to baHandkerchiefswear Rugs Suspenders Mufflers Furs it Gents and Ladies House Solid to Gold babbums Etc Sure to bo appreciated tou t VVELCOME bar 4P4 4 4iYo extond to each little boy and girl ns well ns the older folks nn invitation toit our store where the little ones will bo shown our immense Toy stock and ba- f 1 =3the to baGoodstl Dry i =i privilege to look upon in IIartford It will ho worth bur timetot 4 41 4 4 741 1 4 a It iYY YY1r MVYYM4PYVYYTMM M Y1tYY Ia-a tSanta Claus and 2- t a 2rAreing the spirit of tho season rhis is right and proper mid wo want to help thoaI rO people enjoy Christmas times Wo woulll ajisuggest to Christmas shoppers that they cnn a Iinotto better in htmtinfi supplies for Santa tIC j Claus than to como to our store Hero will abe found Christmas Presents that nro worth agiving no worthless stuff that will pass ain a dnyor two What could bo a0 3111COr as a- l 4i ti mCJ i- Phan t S h 1a Suit of Clothes or n pair of Boots or 1 a nice Hat for your boy And your girl an pair of Shoeo n nice Now Dress forn half dozen pair of warns Hose make atIC j r nice Christmas Gift Fr the older folks both sexes wo have articles that would make very ncceptnblo presents Look i flnroumtyou rhink of somothing tint ill i j your husband wife father or mother has ad long nceled in the way of wearing apparal and then conlo to Us for a nice artiola at a c close price X10 want your Dry Goods trader aand wo WIll positively save you money onay 1 nil lines tIi Yours for Tradea i SAM BACH H IEQRDa if at iCaCac aid Q L N M l baCol b1a ba aCbri bfto tot rto MMe i f Hartford Republican I2ISam Bach wants your f- ursTCarson Broil pay cash for Furs Fruits of all kinds at City Restau rant All kinds of tropical frusta at Cleve Ileta Sam Bach pays hlgheat cash prices for furl Schroaters Floating Studio Is at- Iiartford City Restaurant for everything grad to eat Nice llnegf Christmas Candles at Cleve ilera- Celebrated onaStores for sale by W S Tinsley Call on s T Barnett Co for Pickles and Kraut Nicest Cakes and Crackers In town It City Restaurant For au uptolate meal or lunch go to City Restaurant The best tine of Hats for men Is found at Carson Cos Nicest Fruits Nuts and Candles In Hartford at City Restaurant Overcoats of the latest patNrnll an shades are at Carson Cos IR L Tweddell Is sttJtma1dng tbrt fashioned buhr ground meal t- 3Ve f t want your produce HIghest market price paid at Carson Cos I Call on W S Tinsley fr free family Grocerlep hardware and Roof- Ing I Fresh Oysters constantly on ban at City Restaurant and served In any style I Your Tongue If its coated your stomach Is bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tohguc cure your dyspepsia make your liver right Easy to take easy to operate 2sa All drunlatJ mOYt b tit Lena a beatnul- btawnotttehbtkr rbenue- eBUCKINGHAMS DYEtyileora 1010 apMrfl N eNLLL tareu n NN IT Nicest Cheese SausageDrled Dec f and Crackers in Hartford atCltV Restaurant A lull line of choice Groceries al ways on band at Carson Co Free delivery Wben In Hartford get your meals at City Restaurant Flrst class In every respect Get a nice basket of mixed fruits at Cleve lIers A nice Christmas pres ant for your wife or children Those persons needing Furniture will save money by coming and get ting prices from Carson Cos Mr S p Robi and Mrs Dulcenla- Whltler both of Fordsvllle were married In Owensboro yesterday If you want your furs to bring good price take them to Sam Bach Hartford IIIghest cash prices paid Get your best girl a nice box o Chocolate Bonbons at Cleve lIers It will make her sweeter doncher know FOR SALEA scholarship In Cen tral Business College Hartford Ky for sale cheap Call on or addresi this office Regret to have to bold over n num ber of Interesting letters this week but the Christmas advertisers have us In their clutches Just received a new lot of dreg- goods Each pattern a beauty Price at rock bottom CARSON Co We have just Put In a hominy mill and are prepared to make the finest grain hominy Give us a trial tf R L TWBDDELL Hartford Ky Mr R B Martin has bought residence property on Clay street and will move here about the first of the year Mr Martin Is an excellent cit Izen and we are glad to have him come Mr E O Porter au old and re spected citizen of the Cromwell cqun try died of old age last Thursday morning and was burled In the Green River church burying ground Friday Mr Porter was seventythree years old Mrs Mary Shields died at her residence near Cromwell Tuesday Mts Shields was about seventy years oJ age at the time of her death and her cheerful spirit and pious tile had made for her many friends who will mourn her death Old soldiers come out to the Court Hall tonight and see a real war drama presented Come and see the pleasures and hardships you expe rienced during the Civil war repro duced Hear the roar of musketry the boom of cannon and the shouts of soldiers as they march to battle Tonight at Court Hall the Man hattAn Stock Company will present the grand realistic war drama By Force of Impulse Those desiring an Idea of war cannot afford to miss the presentation of this drama as It depicts the happenings and dally ex ptrlencs of a soldiers life during war time Extra seats will be at ranged so that everybody will be seated comfortably Read the announcement elsewhere In this issue of the candidacy of Mr D Baker Rhoads of beaver Dam for the Republican nomination for State Senator Mr Rhoads Is wellknown Republican a gentleman of high character and Is well fitted for the duties of aleglslator Mr Rhoads Is an able young lawyer and his farul- larlty with our laws and their defects would add much to his ability to serve the people In the upper house of the Kentucky Legislature If the Republicans see cause to nominate Mr Rhoads he will make an excellent candidate as wen as a good legislator wben elected The spring term of the West Ken tacky SemlnarYr Beaver Dam Ky will open January S19r3 and con tinue five mouths Superior advan tages will be offered In IIIghschool Teachers Commercial and Music courses Special attention wlll be given those reparing for teachers examination Board In the best pri vate families z to z So per week Tuition per term of ten weeks 8two terms In advance SIS The present year promises to beone of the most successful In the history of the institution Anyone wishing to at Invtatidgate our work before going elsewhere For further Information or catalogue oti J Ham Barnes Vice President Little Aubrey Dead sweethpure upon pals fevered cheek the cooling kiss of Gods convoying angel and with It sped on wings of light en love to the gullded halls of Its heavenly home Little Aubrey was the darling baby of Mr and Mrs Thomas II Blackand was about two years old He died 01 heart trouble Having so recently stood sorrowful Iy amid the chilling shadows of tbe- chal1bcr of death we can join tbe heart bleeding parents la tens for their dead And will SAy to them that In deaths awful night when we too must cross that surging stream that those souls we loved and lost will stand upon that distant shore and hold aloft beacon lights to gut us unto God 17 b6tT MAD DOGS Bite Four People and Many Dog in OhIo County Ohio county Is having a mad do scare that Is becoming really alarm- Ing end mean people are In favor of a general dog killing About two weeks ago we reported the killing of a supposed mad dog at Centertown but the oddest excited little comment and was almost forgot ten until Saturday morning when a rabid dog made lea appearance In Hartford Early Saturday morning Mr Wilbur Tinsley a hardware dealer was In S T Barnett Cos meat sbop ahopIvigorous use of his toot the only as uultlng weapon convenient Mr- r Tlnaleyfi dlydrtive thelnlurated deg from the shop but not until alter It- had bitten him on the leg The dog next appeared at the real deuce of Mr Frank Westerfield just out ot town on the Beaver Dam road where It bit two of Mr Westerfields children Mrs Westerfield called up her husband who keeps a meat shop here and told him of the Incident and said the dog had started bac toward town Marshal Paris and some other parties procured shot guns ntcfonss thse pavement at rr yard gate and a few loads of shot soon put the dog out of the danger of further harmMonday morning Will Rogers a farlntr living a few miles north 01 Dundee was attacked by another mad dog which Inflicted a painful wound In his leg The dog alter blt Ing Rogers came on through Dundee and Sulphur Springs snapping aU the dogs hogs and other animate beings that came In Its way until about two miles this side of Sulphur Springs It met Peyton Sullenger a negro In the public road end rushed upon him with the awful fury of Us madness Fortunately Sulltnger carried a gun and killed the maddened brute before It could bite him Immediately alter he was bitten Rogers came to Hertford to consult the physicians in regard to bit wound Unfortunately the medical profession Is powerless for the treatment of persons Infected with rabies One of our best physiciana says the only hope for one Into whose blood the deadly virus has found its way is to go at once to the Pasteur Institute at Chicago This terrible disease had been regarded as hopelessly Incurable until about fifteen years ago when M Pasteur a now world famous bul then unknown Paris physician dis covered a treatment by Inoculation and founded the Pasteur Institute at Paris for the treatment of persons affected with rabies On account of the very great expense of maintaining one of these Institutes and the com puatlvely small number of patients who apply for treatment these Insti tutions are not numerous In the world and we behave that the Instl tute at Chicago Is the only ace In Americattion against smallpox that used for the treatment of rabies will not keep but must be propagated continuously In a living organism and for this purpose a whole menagerie of monkeys is required each year It Is claimed tor the treatment that all of the patients who begin the treatment at the Institute before the disease developes are cured or rather that the development of the disease Is prevented Ten pounds good roast ed Coffee for 1 at the New Cash Grocery For Loaded Shell Ammu nition Etc go to Carson Bros lie Dldnt Like It Mr W M Fleener a prosperous firmer living just above Cromwell concluded last winter that the sun shone brighter and the birds sung sweeter In Oklahoma than In Ken tricky and he sold all his possessIons and wet out there In the spring to enjoy the sunshine and the song But Mr FleenIF soon tired of sun shine and and longed for his old home In Ohio county again and wrote to Mr R JI Martin asking what price he would make him on his old homestead which he hd sold to bit Martin In January for Jooo Mr Martin wrote back 4000 Within a few days the answer came back Make the deed Im coming Mr Fleener got back a few days alto paid over the cash and Is now happy by his old fireside Mr Fleen er Is an excellent citizen and we wel come him back Grocerydhas st a line of FlavoredExtracts all kinds Sea Carson Dros for Guns of nil kinds r Big line of Pickels KrautCabbage Oranges Bananas Grapes Nuts of all hinds Sweet Pota toes Etc at the New Cash Grocery e7Aa1gTOItIA uI the 18 ilsap BougfIt slgwtoreof thectli i Pains in the Bac orSs or extremelyhazardous organsgor energy lack of tentage and sometimes by gloomy foreboding and dos spondency oI had paths to my hoer could not sleep and when I got tip In tho morning felt takIngtodoto Hoods Sarsaparilla Milo J N PER nT care H S Copeland Pike Road Ali Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Cure kidney and liver troubles relieve theback and build up tho whole system ABOUT PEOPLE IIon A S Bennett was In town Wednesday Mr R D Walker was In Louis villa last week Mr T C Dean of Dundee was In town Saturday Mr DoW Kimmel of Ceralvo was In town Wednesday Miss Nora Walker of Owensboro herekMiss Nancy Smith of FordsvllJe Is visiting friends 0 Rensboro- les8ts U S Carson and Jail San derlur went to Fordsvllle Saturday Miss Ella Smith of Fordsvllle to visiting hire C J Sutlon In Owens bore Mrs W II Williams of St Louis Is visiting the family of Mr G B WilliamsMr S Cox went to Elkton Tuesday to visit his sister Mrs CH Roges Mr va Nail with the Cumberland Telephone people lu Indiana Is at home to spend the holidays with his parents Mr H L Thomas of Sulphur Springs was the guest of his son rolr J H Thomas Saturday and Sunday Sick BloodFeed pale girls on Scotts Emulsion We do not need to give all the reasons why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength and flesh and color of good health to those who suffer from sick blood The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition fun of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cot Liver Oilat its best in strength least in- aste Young women in their teens are permanently cured DI the peculiar disease of the blood which shows itself in pareness weakness and nervous ness by regular treatment with Scotts Emulsion It isa true blood food and is naturally adapted to the cure f the blood sickness from r hichso many young women suffer We will be glad to und a sample to any sufferer are the tht kturt In thro of a label on the wrapper of every bottle I ton SCOTT fir DOWNE ChemIsts 409 Pearl St New York OASXCRXABun thelietindYou Nave AufsBacptt- 8lgaatnn sor Christmas Goods Carson Bros t Christmas supplies in abun dunce Apples Urangesleam Grapes Figs Nuts Fresh stock of Fancy Candies of nIl kinds Also Fire Works in abundance iFrcsh Oysters Colnry find Cranberries Fruit Baskets Idled to order When You See the Moon i Over your bait shoulder its a fuckY look but a better look still will bt3 to come in and see our line of Oercoiits They are as handsome as they canbe- and looking over either shoulde you willsay they are simply beauties Mnd IWeSay Look l Buy when you pleuseS250 to S00 will do the business When YOu fire ready to invest a LOOK costs Y9U nothing Look at our pine of General Dry Goods J L Shoes Millinery Furniture and Gro ceries and see if we do not showthe best for the least money There is lots in looking to fins where the best plpce is to do Your Winter buying andyouwill find thatII 4v place to be out Store Yours for Trade CARSON Co Hartford Ky1 t Our BuyersHave again visited the markets and there has beengno good thing left out We use every means that money can corn mand and experience demands in secur sting meritorious stylish merchandise at 02- E lowest possible cost We will save you money if you will only give us an oppor tunity Jackets tVcare exceedingly anxious to have the pleas Ute of showing every lady through this depart rwont It means money in your pocket if you need a Wrap It willcertainly bo n pleasure tot see if you buy none We show you quito a nice line of blacks and fancies at 260 350 400 500 650 750 1000 and 1200 In Misses and Childrens our lino is quito complete at 1 L 150 200225 35Q aqd 500 R Overcoats t You are cPgilled 1 to have onQwhy inot como to the store that cnn show you a lino that will certaiuly appall to J your good taste and L at the snnlll tune- llieet i With the apt proynl of your Ptlrsh- Vo can sell you 1ons Goats at 250 350 500 750 1O12Ij nnl115 Boys 11111 liildrens at 125 200225 1 350 5 0 and 8 Our Him of Suits itant odd Pants is E worth going n long c way to see r Blankets Our buyer picked pp some extraordinary bare gums if lllnnkots Comforts Fascinators and ilc Wo have t the space to quote prices but vomontgd snlo yourself some money See our bigrilines of Winter Slices and Rubbe Goods 7 y iEsF Barnes Bro iBeaver Dam Kentucky t3lfi v s c III Hartford Republican 1 +I+ kiDAY 1RCHM = Rh IZ r1111 Jls Contral Rail roadTI mo Tablo N time card taking ereae SltDeIl Pee 2- l0a1 noo- nlaIhRnnnd RanthRound- No1t1u4Ola ra 110121 du11IT ft m No furda24Tpm Jio 101 due r4Tpm No 1laeU1O p III ItidulaOpInI- Meal rtehtN- oI ts75Iazi pme u8M natAl Wa Luuh yrop t oust CN- In llm Sold br druglta 00 A SPECIAL PROVIDENCE By George f Seymour opwrCgIIt t by Qeoiv R Scvmovr Late la the spring ot ISM on the old NLAYllle and OhAttlnooia railroad I Nheh bad beau taken poIIelilo ot by tkmllltary autborltles I was dolu- gale work which meant that some 111 would run a Iblfter In the yard a Gape the next thing would tike 1 a train out over the road aY d qot have Terl much In the way lbeiandItglaee One day Iwau gent out with an extra train and told to pull It down to takgttanooga with the shter This had- tinn is Its day a first class engine but It was ray old and had been patfhed sad doctored up for us In the yard- I iiKr 5d a s4nad of soldiers for a guard enr1et1Reversr changes bad been made on the read utuce I bad been out but the only on baying anything to do with this story was with regard to a aiding atext twthlrtll of the way down Tka tns a spur some thousand feet or- g to length runnng bite a gravel pit Tker was quite a gully between the tnuu track and the pit and the sldiu- gnu for some dlstaace orera trestle Beale ot the ralll had been token up and used to lengthen out another spur track farther down the road The switch stand had been removed and the witch spiked fast Wtopped at a water tank just this little ot Stevenson Here the llenten ant In charco said be had a wounded usrrflla and a lie didnt know what- to do with him we would hue to tats him to Chattanooga with sag So he was carried Into the conductor car at the rear ot the trble and laid on the floor It TI1I now well along toward even tug nod growing dark very rapidly more so than usual as thunderstorm VOl coming up Before long It was up oil US and It was a terror I rolled the old esglne along for all she was worth and a tbere was a pretty stiC grade on this part ot the road we were mak Iln tdl1raUy goad tifiicl About fbru- Quartets of tin hour after pnuldg Ste renson the gong gate the slililil atop Never before or eluce did IAW A DOLT OJ UORTIIDIO OOU1I0 D I llZOTLT TOWARD w send such a thrill through me Bet or e the sound of the bell had been swa I lowed upln the roar ot tile storm IlIad whistled tor the bakes and reverse d the engine I knew that this woul4 h of ilttii ayptl1fortbe rolls were silt pery a slain the train was heavy can ef we wereruaahig down an eighty t1grade Just then I chanced to Iw back and saw Tom Gage the condct- or climbing over the rear end ot tht tender A moment later he was In ti cab and hia face was as white u a sheet lIe shouted In my ear flow tH art we from the old gray pit aiding Tell me qltkl The fireman hd come over to m y aide ot the cab sad I motioned to him to answer the qUtlOD A little morC Plan aoo yard I reckon Why WWblf Tom repeated la a shoo Were all ot us going into the ditch that whyl That ruerrllla chap be just come to hls senses and he says hl gang pulled out the spikes and the n threw the switch so ato open Uis all r track sad that a whole lot rthe gnu g are waiting there for bI now lm Ro lug to climb down before we let the kao roodb beysr And jumping to the aide he disappeared Jump Jlmr I cried to rye drema- 1m n going to kick here and take IDT chances but you needntr lie looked t mo steadily for a seeond shook Gle bead and turned to his onside n ot the rub Our speed had ae blackened but not snMchatly to orrrr the slightest hope ot our comieg to a stop before reaching the fatal sldJllf And I remember now that I tell to calculating how long It would proball11 be until we struck this switch I nod trd that we seemed to be running Into ttl C hurt ot the storm Th lightning Fa terrific And now we were In the cutjult beyond It was the sidingend I kne p that within the next three minute tlie story would be told for we were stili running at a fair pace As we cam C out ot the cut the aiding was In plat eight In the lightning and I saw In a moment that the wounded mao ha d told the truth for the switch had been tbrown over and no earthly nower ihio Kind You have Always Bought null which has Leon lu use for over 30 years has borno the slgnatnro or and has becumadountlcr his per sonalsupervislon slneo Its Infancy oyouinthtsAllExperIments that tritlo with anti endanger the health or- ln1imts and CltndrenEsperienco against Experiment What is CASTORIA Oastorln Is n 1lnrmlesssubstitute for Castor OU Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It cbntnins ucither Opium Morphlno nor other Narcotlo- substnuce Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays lcerlllhncss It cures Dlarrhwn and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulcncy It assimilates tho Food regulates tlto slcepThoCENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature or ctiOThe Kind Yon Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years raeINTe eeaaa it Yeas nllr IIIW rert1 I COLliINS SALOON- HSRTFORD i YHnlidles the BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stone nod OM International specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS CO alit BtSTIS THE CZAPZSTJ lnJPenmllp AS7JOrlhanwlinlhlliltF2l1 W lCm H i14 yraa 1aZ4mrJ rre w pnfrrrnbrbu- aetdaudLtanangdaehuulbnlidtngIsthNuuth Individual lntruetlun NrhuulIneeeelo- nalltbt +ver dtudrrtnsruteretnytim VIdnrenlenyweleom I J WIUCHITlrtpI 0 A Obi i d sari VI tOat ttUMnr tto Wi- til loft passing over throe or tour lIoctlotll- It of the treldind then wish we- teached the end ot the calls pitching twentyflve or thirty feet down intp the ruinSomethlag prompted we to turn my eyes toward the ether M1 ot the track and there I saw a group ot men ten or a doses of ahem all armed crouch lug at the foot ot the embankment At the sight all my elmnflll tout flight I forgot all about the danger we were la Drawing my revolver I emptied It Into the midst of the group and had the satisfaction ot seeing two of ahem tumble over Thra I threw the lever forward and pulled tilt throttle wide open to now I Will anxious to have the thing over with and the end whatever It might be reached at once The train jumped ahead and we were almost at the switch when I saw- a bolt ot lightning coming dlredly toward UL I say I maw It I did It It Dud that isall I know concus aloe that followed made tbeotd enlllle rattle In every joint IIId almost jolted me from the cab When a moment later the reail18 tloo ot our position returned to a I maw that the main had passed ever the IWItCh 1 minute later and the entire traits was acroem and teen J knew that by some means thick I mold not understand we had CllItd the trap that had beau laid tae n1Amoment before we had reached It seen the open switch III Iactl a I ever saw anything Its M1I1f sad yet- I We passed over It In safety It was like a miracle We pnikd ln to Chattanooga About mllnhlht fGe assistant luperlntendnt hIPIaet to be there and early the BfJt teeming he sent for me- l Too seem to be the only man likely to give me a clear account of your fast night experience k MId And when I had siren It he added sharply You ore certain you saw the open switch YH sir I replied perfectly sure of It Then he tamed to me suddenly old- g old- s Wbat was It that llIltd the switch and let you overt Thatl more than I can Ill I replied but something closed It etc we Would hue gone out over the skiing and thendown Into the gully No doubt ot that he said unite whatever Anti you mentioned acute tbltsg about au unusually sharp flash ot lightning which come It about tills time n paused significantly thju added Well I went you to keep this matter entirely to yourself Take the thoroughwualllinatlon ot the switch end dad out It yrnl call what dosed It so suddenly The nut tralp cowing tide way will pick you up and II soon ee you arrlro here report to mt The assistant superintendents lUg geatloo about the lightning kept my- e brain bogy flitting the trip Could tb t- ORah have been the agency whereby we were turned from certain doom Into the path of safety I sot the answer as noon ee I arrived at the scene of oar adventure and examined the Iwltcl Not only had the switch been closed by- p being thrown violently Into place but the Parts where they came together had been fused and welded by heavens tires late a muse so enlist as to prevent the switch from ever being opeped again Some may say It was nothing more than chance others will call It road luck but I never think ot It without realizing that the bolt which struck the switch and forced it back Into place came straight from him who holds the lightning In his hands Mlltaken Boat Bhartly after George De Forest Brush tile well known painter had aolda 7000 picture ore Brush whose delicate spirituelle face and old tlllb board gowns are familiar to the public through her husbands canvases Will loitering one afternoon along Fifth avenue with bee children Atn art store window tile little group tarried While razing At the plcturu a woman ot distinguished preaeuc and fashion able attire came out of the store In passing to her carriage the beauty ot one ot the Brush children attracted her attention Calling the lad to her she gave him sums pennies Then meet- Ing the wan spirituelle toe of the mother the same face that ahluee out from that painted eunl lIother and Child awarded in Parts the gold medal and now the property or the Boston mnesuii the Lady Bountiful saId sollcltoiely My good WOlllla does your husband have pleny of work Oh yes thank you said Mrs Brush humbly Ile is quite busy painting The carriage door closed upon the beneficent hly who went home doubtlessly inwardly patting herself for having shown sympathy for a poor house painter wlteNew York Press A Old Eaeny Persons who rime In the world are not always a frank about their former place In life II good sense and humor might lead them to be Duo hole In hls book ot reminiscences Now and Thin teas a Utile story ot one whoae humor did not desert him In time ot prosperity A footman who hat begun life II a doctors boy grew interested In the study ot medicine and spent his leisure hours reading medIcal books He came to the United State worked bard II a student and II pbTslclan for many years and attained a large practice After some years of absence he returned to England Seated one day at luncheon with those whom he had formerly served he suddenly astonished the company by holding up the mus tard pot and addressing It with fleet thou found me 0 mine enemy Afterward he explained that the only reproof he had incurred from tile lady who was then at the head of the table was evoked by the neglected condition ot the mustard potYouths Oompan too THE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWeek EditranA1 most a Dally at the Price of a WeeklY The Preddntlal tampalll I over het the orld sues on lat the sews and It le toll of new Toleernthlenews tad a It bpromptlyaodI- mpnrtlnllyau tAatyonhnre to do 110 toot lothecolumn df Tb Tbrlek Edition texexlurtWorld which corn to tIeent user ILe time a year pallnboreretthe English laugueg Ii pateneodyan ant It aberlIIODaIftlr isJ Txc nmresLmsxbr gather woe yrer fur 140 twopepm For 44 Years RINGSbayqlllllrr amorg Southernpeople 1 are true to lent and WbleaD our at mother nd her mother your LIther and hie father wen Co P Iseees Rmg lIIIitt qJtIa1eNaeiktCOU fen i a 000Noa It ItsJ 4 wt 100 Writ for our Qulo- S Wllth Jewelry and rBARNES Co- O45W Market 51 LOUISVILLE KY r SOMETIIINO WRONOIWITH YOUR NATCi- NNNNNNNNNMNNNNN I I Trdru nut leave Umq a lhs ttoubi abu4I swltth your watch e witch hpalr hayt- aD bt 4 year Send your itch tow fuclnpectko ratatevoke Tim Pleas I stteWl7 won lot oar toe aulogof- etchtaJowtAy a04 5elIIIc yes = =P BARNES CO- sdaabn sal SI1nroath 104104 w MLZINt srL- OUJSvtUBo ICY A Good Route to Try s It traverses a territory rich In undeveloped resources a territory containing unlimited possibilities for agriculture horticulture stock rats big mining and manufacturing And last but not lfast It Is The Scenic Route for Tourists The Frisco System now offers the traveling public excellent sorvic and fast time Between St Louis and Kansas City and points in Missouri Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Terri tory Texas and the Southwest Between Kansas City and points In Tennessee Alabama Mississippi Georgia Florida and the Southeast Between Birmingham and Mem phis and points in Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and the West and Southwest Full information as to route and rates cheerfully furnished upon appll cation to any representative of the ComPAny or to Passenger Traffic Department Commlcl Building Saint Louis fLrCTm iC LltiiiJllEtW 111 AmN Aro op7ratel by Oho 1 s Dotwc- onTEXAS And tho Northand EastDotwClen BIRMINGHAM ri1EMPIIIS And the Northand WestDotwoon OKLAfinQ lt NorthlanOho East Observation cola cars under the management of Fred narrey Epuip meat of the latest and best design n NN N NCNN II SOMEBODYCAN I PrizesAre The I Ncox rxorttroIe IlA NSI ER LINEuutVI7CIC un=rcrc Arta DzAvzn cA- UtXAE TFORD YA PAST oHm RASY RIDt IN THIS MOST COMFORTAl1tB- VIWICInS YOUR lATRONAGR SOIICITUn COST rTAIt4 IN of date ttotwt back Is very the Isn Is more thnn monumentI1 been fin the market a5 vi are and Is an established Uecelll Man y titathedeiolers hRe Bronze for their own burial We bit sal ttaltihlltesigneof all of want have yon Set diem if ou me I a or grave cover On or A octal card will be can and of White truly n J Denver Dam Ky for the Mtnntmebtat Bronze Co of Bridgeport Coats 4uJ 1500 R For TUB COMMERCIAL given its In prizes to ones In its Many have gotten from iboo plgoo each Per cast It gives The I year In addition orrr to gin to each a to wID some of the BIGthat It often to the ones to the of OPCOTrON t b at MEMPHIS SEPTEMBER I TO JANUARY 15 Follows PInST AWARD The patty first estimating the corrector neSte1 to the corect number of Balsa of Cotton rICeS In Memphy from Scot I 90yt and tndudmgmt 10 1903 WIC be time cities It recelrel during Sri or Ott If during November 815110 If during December MN F o years has TUB con Is the best b to ON DECEMBER 31 1902I mtdnlghf but the guns G tbt on the of of cotton lln Mmphb from Scum tr 1902 to Januur 15 lit Indwlfl the UCM1 figures of tfte Mempbie Colon Li 10 L Ue lilUr upon blch the ccntetll t tor erlSer ttlp ore to figure cI end enable them truus the receipts In Memphis between tilt dates mentlone3 fr the put six scare ire rUD Wow andlneludlug January mAINDL4R0S7O bale from September and January 11 18Ut1475Ra8 t from Neplrmber 1 JII9110- aDtllnelndlulE January n 1I19u 539091 bale Revelp1 front SplDbrand January trl0utl47917 bale Revel and Inclbding January J 190010 rou1513120 bale Revel 11001 to and llaclndlogJanuary 16100 481067 bales FOR A SAMPLE Make payable to and address TIIR COMMERCIAL APPBALIIImpbl Tens for terms loents YOllcan mats good moat securing lubluttotrt with our Uyouwantaddttlondguessttettd4Sunts for tach extra without t 1S 1C 011UkeflS NO MORR TITAN ONUS I Nhlte BronzeI Marble is entirely out soon geta1- 1I1 dlgcoored tegalrea Constant expense nd care m eventually crumbles to N It llvc White Bronze Ilstrlctl- ytWIIhng It cannot crumble with action of frost 10 growth IntpMlhlllty It artistic sny otllne Then why not investigate It over bought White plots hunhtds grades tiofksnd to terested In monument bendatone marker tempt pleased to with designs rnulpb irnrze YoUnt RIIOADS r MM 50 Cents MEMPHIS WEeKLY APPEAL back part of profits to subscribers successful contests Weekly Commercial Appeal and chance CASH PRIZESguessing Dearut number BALD reeelvl I FROM 1902 1903 I 81500 1000 nut bale decided nrpll blsa- Recel including FREE remittances premiums Mother expeni Agent RBcotD AWARD Ths sstlmsting nest sear RmSiitI1t03 will tor given U he tUmats la received during Stlt or 81000 If during November 1000 If during December 350 Ht f WHYI to Ss lint Oot I THIRD The teeth gal stentlaf tIIIrd MM fit 10 lb UK au tr UlaItt of ccton rtcah04 trt Sept I UOI bandm- lreMludmg Ju II ItOI- wm w rtftI r he tUroIatIt M fl ceIt4 durtngSele or Oat 11000 If during NeYSHr 50D If during DaceMbK 15D WEEKLY 1ERCIAL APPEAL and cheapest in the South It 10 14 I practlwfarmerI genralnswspaperThey I CLOSES every aclot September Includlna SEND COPY write guess paper Granite Iiartb- hrgtd party AWARE SEND GUESS AND REMITTANCE SAME LE1TE- SeptemberI Nd Ia lempbIa trI 903t JJaouajJIC1806MwW t bJN Send paper to o Pottogus Count t0att- Valor gasl tuuunuPottoflke Stale I USE THIS COUPON WHEN POSSIILE- ti IIntc out proper It II not DlCCIIUlIO writs slitter with It II I T J TURLEY COS THIRD ANNUAL OPENING Will be the lag cst they have over had and will occur luring week commencing Aplil 6thtwo days at Uorkport Spencer county lndutnat two days ut Hartford Ohio county and iroflays at Owensboro Dayiess county JcntuckyatWe give notice at this time in olclCl that you rutty save n sam ple of five lands of your Best Stenming LeafTobacc9 As wen asst sample of your best corn as we will give 1ood prizeEl on both of these products In addition to the above we will have a number of bIg sue riFes for the announcementof other industries which will be nUllou need later We will have plenty of music this year and everybody ex i PQ tel to have a good time and for the next 0 x Thirty Days Turley Co fr r f Expect to have plenty of music nt their store shoYing out the best FENCINGA5eI hundred We will iiiake a special price in the way of Hardware Stoves ShotGuns FARM WAGONS HARNESS SADDLERYETC Y 1 Get our prices and you will got our 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mouthAU bert 01 therpecttvelodgesanladt4- attnd Sl mtlag ATTENTIONWheaIsOu tall nil Wm uchin dlr la pure straight Wbldle Apph u4 niewlsgCoTbe bat 1110 thlblI1 the HII Wm CUSHION Owensboro lPmDaa uggrlYn te- JNO n WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAZY HARTFORD KY r- Npeeldttelloii dvee to eollertloemtt g Ohlocod7ty C E SMITHI l111tt1uItD UT rautteofOhio lohlacar r J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD Ky will prnetle Ohio and 0101- 11allnU Nprtnlettutlon glvetoallbud- Sm eutruted tOJ bit ears S P RODYI 11 TrFORmnEo orOblospecial ittotlos given to rolllIo C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY ofOliocanCollttloue EP HEA- LAttorney at LawrHARTFORD ofKitockyttimutof drdnttatroad eaaruedtalpreUe om aIlrtUrlma block J S R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSElLOR It lAW HARTFORD KY ofOhiopeat lrolllpt attention given to all buds entreetd to blm Oifa No Tr7 enter 81st lR R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD Ky Will prattltt bit prIollia tlleoarnl Oblo adadlotdncoontle Also Notrl labUer M1 IIRAValN EIIN97IY000WAllh tT- HEAYRIN WOODWARD cCt1 g9I OaaXII- AIITroln 1 Kr thlonrTcolltftlonW H BARN- ESAttorneYat LawANII COUNTY ATTOIINRY lrasrroun1Kv Will prartire hl proheloi la all the Court of Ohio an adjoining counties and In tb Court of Appeal Strict attention will be given to all business enlruetd to hl are Cullretlonea- epeclelty OlUrela courthouse IEXPERIENCE 111TRAOrAnions mmmngasketch anddNd Inn m aetrtaln re A5tlonntnatsent tree dietaRener seun nsptatee- pablOU nlthoutucoargeulti lheCw heel Stlentlfl Rmericah r tareet4rrocart four montn1L eoW 1I wJorkJI Si 1