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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lY1w 1 1Icl41w d J 4 rt ft 4 a L FineJb WorkaSpecialty QflC1LL QAN QT1E AT INT Ublcr ptionlay J VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 91903 No 2i CHILL WINDS Are the dread of those whose lungs an canrouowthe and andJImpossiblePnmily obligetions Gut Weak lungs are made strong by the use of Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discov ery It cum the coughheals flamed tissues the hem orrhage and restores the lost flesh to the ems ciatedbodyr igtnt writes 1 nStaple Ka of flrIy dun Co and lout ojr work keeping me in a warm room and stepplDC out Ire I Into the I cold air me bmncblDwhich became I chronic and deep seated Doctor tailed to r I bnIrI tne to try Dr Pierces medicine I commencedr bytheter and alter toting about four bottles tAJ tieISometimes a dealer tempted by the I little more profit paid on the sale less meritorious medicines will offer the SCuttomer a substitute as being just as DiscoveryYou Common Sense Medical Adviser the best medical work ever published by sending stamps to pay expense of Send 91 onecent stamps for book in covers or 31 stamps for clothboundvol tune to Dr R V Bnflalo N Y SouthernRailway Tbrfnxh El ht Beit Southern State- KKNTUCKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR t OAROLINAGEORkIIA k MmtllM Three Dally 1alsUetwalonIaTllld sad Islington ObwnrnOon chair cars Traliultar and arrlrt Loola llrolDllneal- bStt UnIon Depot connection Ub train of the llllooli Central Itallroad anil L IL A 8t L B It i Porlalormatlon addma A WntDon P A T An 11 4tb Ave LaUTDI Wit IITiTLOKAMUUat 0 P A LonUrtll Lyons Laxative Syrup to a vegetable preparation absolutely harmleas in its effect it acts gentlyon the kidneys liver and bowels cures con ctipation billoniness sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An ideal remedy for child ren as well as adults f For sale by J Thos Allen RoalneKy NEW THROUGH LINE BETWEEN tW SIUt M- OCHICAGOA new through car line has been established fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central between EvansvllI end Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansvllle to Mattoon former C f1 JIoe P D E Ry The r allowsr I trtlUCdly Iz Sun bought GV 730am oopm Best Goods Ever sold in Hart for it but como in merchant goes to t pays high prices fa you high prices rOJ want at prices yo yourself SAM BACH Hartford Republ I IIrAV JANU Thre wslt maa In Who wonld not J Bat DOW V c CoatipatlORI nothing more ltit a elOHinll of tho bowll thilRltI than vitnl stags- 414JO or dmth if not relIeve- l Jf YtICY conitlpstcd wee ociId realize that be U allowin0 I p Itwaoui filth to remain b hB 0 tyritcti hewonld soon J1e relief a Constipation Invites aU irni of contagion J atlAclies bilioue nets aili ninny G4heZ all ienta WkCI eonsH- atcdbtrsrcfiardreHeTSd Thtd 3fordu BlackDranghttlMWHighly r cleans out tho b on y tI and natural manner without I purging of calomel or oU rvies wliLImade by I Chattanooga Mad cine Co bL 25 wnt arid 1100 packajpes WlIruttoo ktoklj 1 kw It la hwM 11 UMttaMa4hiT iiMilir rUilMt HI J 1 Mrw In wf Sr Uuurt I ItlA doIWjlsever bable to wsrk WI fe a Mat ot Mag troabUd Hi p mtdlda 1 cr B p H auntto I 1l S ROOSEVELTSNEWYEAR Brilliant Reception Held at White House NEVER EQUALED BEFORE All Classes Admitted on the Same FootlngDecora- tlons Were Grand Long Lines Pass Through Rooms and are Warmly Greeted by President and Wife Washington Jan xPealdea Roosevelts New Years reception was eec ot the most brilliant events In Waxhlntons recent social history All callers were oQordrl the opportu nlty ol greeting the President nnd Mrs Roosevelt and exchanging with then the compliments of the New Year No distinctions were made except such as were rendered necesss ry In preservation of order and the greetings extended to all high am low rich and poor were alike cordial and sincere Today the general public for the first time bad aa opportunity to see the widely heralded Improvements the White House Improvements which when completed will havi cost about 600000 la addition to a desire personally to wish the Presl dent and Mrs Roosevelt a happy New Year hundreds of persons Were attracted to the reception by a wisl to see the White House In Its new and handsome Interior finish and furnish Ing To many who were famllla with the Interior tf the mansion as It was a year ego the changes mad were a retulalieo While in a general way the foru oftke interior has been retained It beauty and effectiveness It Iwholly different Just 102 years ago to day President John Adams and his wile opened the White House with a New Years reception to their friends and to the public generally The dawi of the first lete day within the wall since become historic was accompa nled by the noise of saw and hammer as was this day On account of the account of the unfinished condition 01 the lower floor President and Mrs Mama received their guests on the second floor now occupied by Presi lent Roosevelt as a library Whili the Improvements now are more near ly completed than was the manslot Itself at that time It will be severs months before the workmen will bavi inished their task An hour before the time tot the formsl reception to begla the mansion was aglow with myriads ol electric lights To the brilliancy of the great rystal chandelllers and the spendo if the new furnishings was added the beauty of the floral decoration whlcl although few as compared with those tfrev1oUs New Years receptions nt House were arranged with ind bumate art and eflectlvenesa palms of rare varletlei110 inar jd la nltcbes about the yea r his gOOain corridor and staircases thorn tsquare rcatses of Atne 1 jish holly were arrdogcc- Want vestibule and main cor Youradlng a brilliant and alice ground for the haudsomi farms offoie Marine Band s Morng hlch occupied lVorse4til vast uie- l In the Red BltuTaMGreen rooms and In the splendid East room were Isposed a fewvvases containing cut lowers particularly large white Jll lies and llllles of the valley lIen mud there polnsetta blossoms bowed plashes of fllsmlng red It was ito Iceable however that the floral decorations had been subordinated to thI new furnishings and finishing of the roomsIt a merry day for the Roose relt children Prior to the receptini they bad a Jolly time in the lower put of the house They manifested he liveliest interest In all the arrangements Shortly before n oclock the bou at which the reception began the dl ilomatlc corps began tq assmble it the Red room The members of the corps catered the mansion from tbe South side as usual la order teJ lvold the crush of the throng alread lathered about the alalo entruoce Ol he north side Under the glare oj lite electric candelabra the spectacl re6ented by this coemopolltaa gathering attired la ruagnlGccnt court uniforms sparkling spanleUea sn glistening swords showing res plea dent against the red velvet walls aai Jyory woodmork was gorgeous o Promptly at il oclock the trump lV8 of the Marine Band sounded I Ire annotinoitigtke approach resident asd Mr Roosevelt an i m I Ute receiving part f t wUk MriVKooi M aIIt flit mali tsIt zjr i Jp staircase and passing across the main corridor and through the Greenroom entered the Blue room where the guests were received Following them came the membe of the Cabinet and their accompany- Ing ladles The receiving party was arranged in the arc of a circle In tbe bow window of the Blue rcom Pac- Ing them were the ladles invited to assist at the reception Between the two sections of the receiving paltya lane was formed by cordon of old gold velvetThrough this lane the callers passe from the Red room proceeding through the Green room into the naat room and thence down the atalrcas Into the east terrace and passing Into the street opposite the west entranc of the Treasury The President was In excelled spirits and Mrs Roosevelt neve seemed happier or more gracious The President was attired inaftoc suit and the only dash of color abou his attire was a tie of grayish tint uh Dislocated Her Shouldor Mrs Johanna Soderholm of Per gus Palls Minn fell and dislocated her shoulder She had a surgeon Iet it back in place as soon as possible but it war quite sore and pained he very much tIer son mentioned tha he had seen Chamberlains Pain Bain advertised for sprains and soreness and she asked him to buy her a bottle of It which be did It quickly relieved hv and enabled her to sleet which she had not done for severe days The son was so much plea ed with the relief it gaye his mother that he has since recommended It to many others For sale by all druggists A Puzzling Question Feminine nature has puzzled philosophers students and scientist since the foundation ol the world The way of a man with a maid was one of the three things which Solomon with all his wisdom tack led In vats The following trout an Indiana paper Illustrates the contradictions of womans nature A girl In Indiana played postof fice at a party the other night yelled shrieked howled and ran behind tbi door scratched the young mans laci in scxeral places upset al limp kick cd over a piano stool and when he fie nalj kissed her on the tip of the ear she llntt dead away and said abe cuu d never look anybody In the fact again They led the bashful mod eat gentle sobbing creature home and the next day she ran away with a married lightning rod peddler wbi had a hair lip and ten children All druggists guarantee every bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and will relund the money to anyone who is not satisfied after using two thirds ol the contents This is the best remedy in the world for la grippe coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is pleasant and sale to take It any tendency of a cojd to result in pneumonia What the Hague Tribunal fs The Hague Tribunal to which tbi Venezuelan controversy will be reo referred for settlement is a perma nent court of arbitration provided lot by the convention signed at the cap tal of Holland on July 29 1899 Pit teen nations are represented in It each having lour members of this court They are the United States Great Britain Russia AustriaHun gary Germany Italy Belgium France Denmark Japan Holland Portugal Roumanla Spain Sweden and Norway Thus there are sixty members of this court The Amerl can members are Melville W Fuller Chief Justice of the United States John W Grlggs exAttorney General of the United States George Gray Jfill States Circuit Judge Fx resident Harrison was the fourth member An adwUlstrativecouncll composed olthejollplomatlc representatives 01 the signatory powers residing at The Hague and the Netherlands foreign minister which exercises the func tlons of Presidents performs the work necessary to the organization oi every international tribunal The oners who desire to apply to the court for a settlement of differ ences must select from the general list a number of arbitrators to be fixed by agreement The court way thus be composed of three members or of the entire list just as the pit tics may determine O A FbXI X ABean It Its HM Yn Kate Always Bwpt I lllpalvt ItI Dont Worry This Is easier said than done yet It may be ol sonic help to consider the matter If the cause is something over which you have no control It Is obvious that worrying will not help the matter la the least On the oth erhand if within your control you have only to act When you have a cold and fear an attack ol pbeumonlo L buy a oHleot Chamberlains Cough I Remedy sad use judiciously and elI I I cause for worry sa to the outcome will qulclcly dipPr Thereto no dan ger of pwwaiaiJia whn it M tuwdi i rOr u rJJti I iii liii IN DAYLIGHT Boid Robbery of art Ohio County Farmer on Main Street Tom Taylor Tnrows IUs Arms Around His Victim Secures His Pocket Book and Makes off But is Captured by Fireman Johnson WHOLE GANG PLACED IN JAIL The Owenaboro Inquirer of last Friday says David Duke of Ohio county was held up and robbed on Main bed near the corner of Lewis about S oclock Thursday evening white It was yet daylight The work WIIS done by Tom Taylor a well known crook and hackman and it Is charged that John Wells Joe Mattlngly and Ira Rboades were his confederates They are all in jail Duke came to the city sttrlY- with a load of tobacco which he sol to N B Cooke lie was paid f50 In money at his special request and WII given a check lot 56 Alter recelv Ing his money he went to Medley saloon In company with P A Wlm satt where the two took a drink Taylor and the others were IB the M loon waiting fur something to tur up and Taylor saw the money lie asked Duke to treat him In order the he might have a good sight of the money and as soon as he had take the drink he gave his companions the wink and left the saloon On the outside he told them that if they could go with him they would get the old mans pile Duke left the saloon and started uptown to see about his horses for tbc night and Taylor and his gang lol lowed him Maitlngly was left at the corner of Third and Allen after exchanging hats with the leader Taylor ordered Wells and Rhodes to- go across the street and keep even si that they could come to his assistant if needed The two men placed themselves as directed and Taylor follow ed Duke overtaking him almost li front of Gillettes feed store lie seized Duke round the waist and at the same time thrust his hand In his pocket and pulled out his pocketbook lie then gave the old man a shovi and ran rapidly down the street Wells and Rhodes did the same thin on their side Mattingly was still holding down his corner and he and Taylor again exchanged bats and walked down the street to the alley between Frederica and St Ann Turning Into this Taylor showed Mat tingly the money and told him to gc SinIlls grocery and wait there until he came and they would divide up As soon as he was robbed Duke gave the alarm and Officer Lyons was soon on the scene A hasty de scriptlon convinced him that Taylo was the robber Hurrying down the street he caught sight of his wan but lost him again in the neighbor hood of the old McCalllster factoryoi West Main Street Fireman Hop Johnson was with the officer and the3 separated in search ot him Johnson coon came up on him where he could not get away and Taylor sum render ed afterward telling the whole story All the money except 550 and the check was recovered CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars thodBlgnatnroof pep WIRELESS AT ONE CENT A WORD Messages Across the Atlantic May be as Cheap as that Says Marconi Sidney N S Jan rThe dinner given in the Sydney Hotel lest night by the citizens In honor of Signor Marconi was a great success The electrical display was a feature of the decorations At the opposite ends 01 the table were placed to mlnatun Marconi towers representing the sta tlons at Table Head and at Foldhu Cornwall Between these two sta tlons an electriq spark fished at In tervals signifying the passing ol wireless messages Mayor Crowe paid a high tribute te Marconi and the Inventor spoke at length on the progress of his inven flour After reviewing the tarli staged of wireless telegraphy Mar coal said The cost of establishing a trans atlastte wireless telegraph Ieel- tJkallfl w ZDOOOO white It Mt 4i 0peoeo to Jay ak AtltliuFI4 r c I ji i From this you can readlty see wireless telegraphy can be thatI at a much leaN cost than cables the present time the cable companies serve the purpose admirably that ii for the rich but the mRlsesthe great majority ol people In the clvl ureaworldare precluded trout using I the cable because ol its cost Wire less telegraphy by bringing down the cost bi communication over sea will do a great thing for mankind As for Great Britain and her colonies and the great American republic to our south it will give a better under standing between them all and strenthcn to a large degree the family tics which bind them As you are aware we are unde- rntrtjo transmit messages for 10 cents a ord but you need not be surprised II in the future wireless messages are flashed across the Atlant ic at a cost ol a cent a word r Call for a Senatorial Convention- At a meeting of the Republican Executive Committee ol the 7th Senatorial District held at Beaver Dam Ky December 20 1902 It was ordered that a convention be held In each of the voting precincts in said district on Saturday July it i9 3 at i p mfor the purpose of electing delegates to attend a county convene tion to be held at the county seat ot each county in said district on Moo dayJuly 13 1903 at I p m whichI county conventions shall gates to attend a district convention to be held at Hartford Ky Saturday July 18 I9i3 at i p m to nominate a candidate for State Senator In said district The representation in the county convention shall be one delegate for each 25 or fraction over 12 votes cast for McKinley for President la 1900 and the basis of representa lion In the district convention shall be one vote lor each 100 or fraction over 50 votes cast for McKinley for President in 1900 The candidate re calving a majority of all the votes cast in said district convention shall be declared thr nominee of the Repub lican for the office of State Sen ator in alddlstrlct NICHOLAS BARRASS Chmn M S RAGIANR Secy r An Apolocetlo Luncheon Ito was considerably past middle sec and ho posscsked gray chin whiz kers and hair that curled under In tim backIt was noon and he walked kato a rwtnumnt which was by no insane a quick lunch placeS Jut trlntr mo a Uttlo breed and butter end a cup of tea Idout feel very hungry After thu waiter had disappeared tim door man approached him have you given your order Ilrt ho asked IM N explained tim old gentleman In n conciliatory voice I just ordered n little bread and butter and a cup of tea I aint very hungry Just as ho lied finished his luncheon an acquauitahcq entered and took a seat by lila aide lied your lunch Y Inquired his friend Tea I wasnt very hungry no I Just ordered a lIttlo bread and butter and a cup of tea Wlnta ha stopped at the cashiers window be presented the check which coliN for 10 cents and put down tho coinI only had a little bread and butter and a cup of tea ho explained I wasnt very hungry Now York Her aid Tmnllou For tho beginning of taxation wo must go to Itoraan times Taxes were then levied on agricultural produce end cattle and there was also a curl ous and very oppressive tax on- corpies which was one of tho causes of the revolt of the Icvnt under lload Ices Irom the earliest time of the heptarchy there existed what may be called a national levy for general purposes chiefly clerical since twothirds of It were devoted to tha maintenance of the clergy and repairs of sacred buildings Tho other third was tbo original of our present poor rates Otic of the earliest general taxes was the shameful danegcUl levied by Ethel red tho Unready In 091 for the purpose of buying oft tho Danish marauders It WItS duly sanctioned by the wltan and produced an amount equal to a million pounds sterling Once levied the tax became permanent and ono of the chief of the revenues of the crown till It was abolished In tho reign of henry II Tho earliest tax mentioned In Domesday Book is funingo or hearth tax levied on all houses accord lug to till number of hearths or fire places In the reign of Charles II this tax ws revived under tho uamo of hearth money Stop That Cough Cure That Hoarseness Reline That Tightness Dont suffer when there Is no need that Jou should lbS U take medicine to reucto or cure your trouble bo sure that you take that will do the work All titeso Coughs Colds Sore Throat and in fact any Iironchtat trouble that you have ultll from oonsestlon of parts aectcd UBO Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Guaranteed to Ours This la one of tho moat remarkable combinations of romodlal senate that lisa ever been offered to the people has a reputa tion aooond to none known to muSical aclonoo PRICE 85 AND DO CENTS AW Conchs and Oolda are caused by enn- IlftItlon Your Urer la not acting right Nv tlU l should hire attention rake Dr Carlstedts GerianJJverPflwiJsr fIt ta Which will roUoro you at once and a cure la guaranteed No IncoaYI1Jonco experienced ItwlUoareooiMstlpotkMiiltkewpntheAoHiach hiM it keeps the lAyer the b I1IJId makes k new person ot yoe2 It proventa doctors btua Do becoco lOa Dr Oatlatodta German Liver low dar euro you n Le veotbIe and n do you god This la she LIIOIRUthat ia Do ot ka oier Sold = UlOOhMoa1 1oWor TXB AXXXIOArJCAltKAaAZi 00 If ilsrAssyILtm1NlbiA q BIG COAL DEAL Eastern Syndicate After all Ken tucky Coal Lands West of Green River Tnesd yn Courier Journal publish ed the news of a big Kentucky coal deal which IB of local interest In an nouncing the deal the CourierJour nal says A der1 is about to be closed In which an eastern syndicate of which J Plerpont Morgan is a director Is to secure control of all coal property west of Green river In Kentucky ex cept that owned Sy the St Barnird Mining Company The considers lion is 3000000 Mr W J lIen drlck lormetly Attorney General of Kentucky but now a resident of New Yirk Is the agent through whom the negotiations ire being made lie has been in Kentucky several months end made no secret of the fact that his mission was toj get control ol as munch coal property ni possible The agents of the syndicate have also made elI irts to get control oi coal property in other parts of the State but so far as is known have not pur chased any The Idea Is to get con trol of as much coal property as pos sible eo the mines can be operated at the lowest expense It lit claimed that the syndidate will be able to make a large dividend on the saving on the coit of mining r The Spirit of Winter The Spirit ot Winter is with us making its presence known in many iflerent wayssometimes by cheery nniblne and glistening snows and ometimea by driving winds and blindIng storms To many people It- sacme to take a delight in making bad things worse for rheumatism twists harder twinges sharper ca arrh becomes more annoying and the many symptoms of scrofula are developed and aggravated There Is tot much poetry in this but there is ruth and it is a wonder that more people dont gat rid of these ailments The medicine that cures them loods Sariaparlllais easily obtained and there is abundant proof that ItJ cures are radical and permanent IF Keep It la Tour Home And bee bowels fail to act properly take a dote of LVONS LAXATIVB SntT1It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep our system in good working order and sake your complexion clear For tale by J ThosAHeu RostneKy The holidays are over The small boy has fired his crackers eaten his randy and is already looking forward to next year The larger boy has hunk his Thomas and Jeremiah pent his money for presents for each 01 his best girls and IB various other rays demonstrated the fact that it was Christmas We are now enter ng a new year and It is time to brace up Swear off again and get down to work Suppose we all agree to use our utmost endeavors to do better his year than we did last and let annary rat 1994 find us In better hspe religiously morally and linen lally Isit a gol Let messy I have used Elys Cream isbn for catarrh and can thoroughly ecommend it for what it claims Very truly Rev H W Hathaway Elizabeth N J I tried Elys Cream Balm and to all ippearances am cured of catarrh The terrible headaches from which I ong suffered are goneW1 Hitch cock late Major U S Vol and A A Gen Buffalo N Y The Balm does not Itrltate or cause ineezlng Sold by druggists at 50 Is or mailed bo Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New Voil- eUrought Thtm in A paper in Golden Col raked in many delinquents on Ihei ground of this eloquent appeal You may approximate the stars in a nail hang the ocean of grapevine to dryI wipe the nose of cyclone with a towel cut off the tall end of a tornado for I keepsake put the sky in the ground to soak unbuckle the bellyband of eternity and open up the sun and moon as health resorts but never be eluded with the idee that you can escape the other side of purgatory if you dont pay for your paper Croup The peculiar cough which indicates croup is usually well known to the others of croupy children No time hould be lost In the treatment of It nd for this purpose no medicine has ecetvetl more universal approval than Chamberlalnil Cough Remedy Do not waste valuajMe time U exper mentlng with untried remedies i11Q netter how highly they way bezec muiended but give this medicIne as irected and all symptoms ol croup will quickly disappear Poe sale by ilidrugIotsIs IitcrMtional Crime C Wjve It nat otit fh acg ki h- itLk tnitar CF tai rwr asuIe- I J i fc BISHOP HANDY SWt I take gnat platoon la ackaowMgtof the ovratlv ttttett ef Pcruna Af the sollcitstloa of If Mead I used yfcgr rmt4y ad cheerfully recommend your Peraaa to all wAeifNrf a goof fago ands ufo cuttJ or catgrrbJMIESA IIANt T 1i V Prominent members of the clergy are giving FenuM JUffmyMntA endorse west Theee mea find Forums efpeolally adapted to jMm from oaterrli of the vocal organs which bu always been the bite of pmM i speakers and gen oral caUrrhal debility Inoidsat to the sedentary Itteof the elargymen- the AJ recent ntteruaoes of neted elergnae oa the aurally Ylrtaef ol Peru Is sboysonefromBlihOpaeiAsndyDDofBs1umore 1 OTHER NOTABLE CURES A Husband Escaped the Pangs of Catarrh of tho Lungs Most Cases of Incipient Consunp tlon are Catarrh Edward Stevens Mrs Edward Streveas ot Carthage N Y writes as follow i- MI now take pleMur tfi notifying yoa that ray husband bu entirely reeoyered from catarrh lIe U a will asia today Ihinka to you and Poruna Ho took su bottles ot your ssodlclao udtretWd aad it proved to be JUI lag for him nil appetite Is good aad eroiy thing heat seems to agree with Ida Hli cough bu 111 him and he U gaiatog ta fleah sd seems to bewen every way huts EDWARD 8TEVKN8 Any Internal remedy that will rare Utaxrh U oae location will owe it to committed by burglars and beMK men la even more sapid ratio that suicide Increases mach faster than the growth 01 popaUtlon tboagh still far below the figures for many other coantriea Dd that selsbaghter among women baa actually trebled in a year are starring coMdmslou drawn from the statistics ol crime in 1902 complied by tke Chicago Tri buneThe same rising tide of crime justi fies concern la Great Britain Lois don police reports show for 1901 50 per cent more burglaries than tke previous year 22 per cent more housebreaking 67 per cent more for gale ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY uooarouTii Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own line and be in talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a reasonable tent to the Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense ii you say so We connect with all Independent Companies For particu las call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky IF Tommy wean mischievous litee fellow and his pranks often got him into trouble One day being unusually bad his mother attempted to whip him but in order to escape the punishment be ran in the parlor and crawled under the sofa Being una DO YOU GET UP- WITHALAWEBACK t Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers Swatnp Rool the treat kidney ilvet remedyIt cal triumph o the riles century dli covered after years Je byDrnent kidney and bladder soaclallat and h curlnjlamebIas and Bright1 DlMasewhlchls the wore form of kidner trouble Dr Kilmers wampReet to not tee em mended tot everything but Ifyou haskl y liver i bladder ireeble It will ke lou uat tho rsiedyycu need It has hem U in so many way vM Wijtltal week la rim prastlas smn m heip4es too poor to per tenet and as proved so auccsui Is ywhloh all restart Wtklap r wIse have not already Irted It may be i- sampis bottle sent iriS by mall also a bool telllnc met abetrt SwampRoot and how te rind out you have kWney or bladdertfotf When writing mention reading this gsneroui offer lit tWa paper and fsand your aodretj to KnsCoBIn aiee M V The MM Mtir oepi aM neas- etIiM SOM r f J II f any other location ThleMwhyPrSh- asbeoomaojssMyZaaonafnthee sj I of oitarrhal dUeaeee It ewes MUHk wherever located Iii eaves remain Parana does kotpoUUte it eaves Mrs Brederiek WOUosM rresiSent oi the JIot1IWt BMlefar s1- Ciaao HL wvMgi this of pfalss4emse L avenue r ruelrJJ1C t1hosato tovfr for I hw fewHl years that there Is no at once alleviate Buffering i cure M Pernaa dose 3Pour iIrplctely cured me of catarrh ot tfce ot several years standing aM if 4 husband badly or MUsecat weai cold we at ones take Penus Mt4 SIt si day or two It baa thrown the siilriest out of Ute systeMrc Jteaitielt WUllasM Mrs W A Allison ot 7 tAeOeU avenue Chicago Ill te UM JUrtetaat Matron of hid I I Peoples IIospl tol Bbs hM toe following to say about reran t I have had frequent opportonlj Uestaobeervethe Itiuronma epeelaUy Ia YJ oa persons sufferCrsffw4 tag s oonested oondrtfem of t head lungs sad shxnaefc gues3ly aUet eatocrsu It altorMe rda sal soreaest teereaM tU appetite ai M atones wp tIle eaUM system tht the p eat q leWr legatoi streMflHi sn ealUMrs W JL AXisospNmptaal U7ftrkao ertT s4i r faltr manila from UM M err wrtIesIa t Drsria Ifall stete t ease H eIiWg1yyok1srb- oogrt J Lddreas 7tr HartoM Praifles f The liartrSaajterjum a 0I1Je bk to get him to cowe mt either by threats or by CoaxlJfd Hrtlt him and assist hoses ah related how TOIIIhe avA SecarlBg A mallv itilHjtiAfti west ito the p 4e k1 1MD trawl under tie MtatC tfagflITemmy seeing his tether under the sot tn4amaa1- clalmedWhatthetter 5 paj Is she altar V01lj toot p THE CLEAKHlNd AND KEALNH COKE kOR- CATARRH Is ELYS CREAM BALM Itaty and pleoaantto M Co ao larioH drag ItKqatekl abiseb 4 OlrM SIsIM itone It opeae sad OMUM SbI Nasa- llauaes Aliiy thai natlom M abi nail rrotwte the ATARRIi COLD HEAD MenbraM HMtom tk- Bmell 5sN a5 Tssad Lftre 1IbaMMc Stus4e Mb7 mall Trial RlMlt emS tur sasS XL JlUOT lbUl It W unit Iiw Yorkr c P Ba Iote a LIItaCterIUtIC toil itywbecutarto IhaaM tot Cactitour yaqi been ieconbed lUU worluiia- uIY wt- looo 8oC S riaIIIou teriaaieitnNo patcrntorh4 NozRis hpattern lot N9j Ro ljclem ot PrIce IntIad ncrtyl If U-NI malior J Mllllhude web Iuer C CisIs JUnn al1b NItG 10 1ha1aIIora1e VttntI f0408NMUt LFtIICLIii TRAINS Are operated by the f 1 TEXAS JihvlHH AM INOIthnd Ea1 Ni 8I i IWIflAM ADNQaaerasa v S 1 LAfII North cl Obeer tk slCari under air Fred Harvey fi U tketktMaad bass L3ti jf d 4artd Ran blicanC a MHfcHiw ti itard VubUp1tpCOmPb7- lcoIrOliATID r JOHN HENRY TIIoAsJitsor OJEErozo s- cuml1il 3 oUCh iU 2r FRIDAY JANUARY 9 BAIN 01 AdnrUlnAr Trftn lnt adnrtlaelDts 40c per Inch lint BMrtlonj Jtj per Inch each additional Insertion Special rat on yearly contaCt enLocalhue each additional Insertion Card of thanks ntolaUooi and obltnarlw elats S line Cash In advonco ANNOUNCEMENTS For Slate Benntor We are authorized to annonnce HON A 8 BENNETT M a candidate for State Senator from the Seventh Senatorial DUtrictenbJectto he action ot the Republican party We are authorized announce SL STEVENS ae a candidate for Htate ScDator from the Se r enth Senatorial Dtatrict inbject to the action ol the Uepnbllcaa party Ve are anthorlied to annonnce D BAKE a RUOADS as a candidate for State Senator from ICtbSeyenthaction of the Republican patty For Circuit tours Clerk We are authorized to annonnce F L BANDE Clerk Ohio Circuit CourtPIlE aa a candidate for object to the action of the Republican party We are nntborlted1 to annonnce E 0 BAT TIAKS hs a candidate for Clerk Ohio ClrcultConrt subject to the action of the Republican party For J1eprHcalaUyeiWe an to annonnce FlRKae a candidate for RepreeentatlTe from Ohio connty inbject to the action of the Repub lican party We an authorized to announce CEO If MAT M a candidate for Rfpreeentatlre from Ohio connty lubjecfto the action of the Repnb loan party We are authoriied to announce GEORGE BAKER ai a candidate for Repreeentatlre from Ohio connty enbject to the action of the Repub lican party TIm Populiet party no longer has a representative in tho National Con grees JUDGE Cantrill has dissolved the injunction sued out by Committeeman Meacham to prevent the holding JIh State primary IK a superb article on American polities in the January Forum Henry Leitchfield West predicts the nomination of Senator Gorman of Maryland for the Democratic nomi nation for President in 1004 FOUR centuries ago the Caucasian Mt up hit government in the New World by the side of the Red man but within the next twelve lllthet- he exigence of the Indian ai ana- don will pass out jor aU time By the end of 1903 the last of the Ref mans land will be allotted in several ty and the last of him will become a citizen of the United States TOE robbing of Dave Duko an unty farmer in Owensboro by a gang of local thugs Iasionisenheimer that every who was without visible n a livelihood must leave vu in post haste Personal notice was served on about a hundred loafers and idlers about town including sev era professional gamblers IT has been suggested to us that we did an injustice to Messrs M L Hcavrin and W H Barnes in our editorialsome time ago referring to the sale of indictments in the Ohio Circuit Court We take pleasure in correcting any impression of that character that may have resulted The people of the county arc awareI IJiqUs County Attorney these gen cuNitheir duties faithful County Attorney has no r the disposition of indict e had no thought of in tIUuiug them in our article THE Republican County Commit tee which met here Monday andI called a county convention to nomi nate candidates for Circuit Court Clerk and Representative had a hare monious meeting All the candi dates at interest except Dr Park were present and agreed upon theI time and manne of holding thecon vention aa set out m the call in an oiher column The action of the nvention which was but an official tification of the agreement of the candidates was of course entirely satisfactory to them Each of theI gentlemen announced is a loyal Re publican and a man of high charac ter who will make an honorable can yass and accept the result as a man of honor Oun candidacy for Governor is booming right along From every quarter we are receiving assurances of support and good will But were not surprised at this in fact we were expecting it Wero a political philosopher and know just how to bo a leader in politics The plan is simple d weve no patent on it To be a leader one needs only to whichway the people are nd git in before them and h on boyslThiss just we did and the boys are falling teach other to follow us Just at the Hartford Herald It ays it is for us and why shouldnt it e Beckham stands for the same hings we do but is afraid to speak out plain about it like we did and the Herald likes a fellow that calls a sjrsdeaBpau0 The majority In old J ntTare in favor of the plat rfojtn wo atan5 on ndlf we mooI elected thepld State is chuck Lull of hypocrites But why speculate about iti were going to win I A PIIUNOE state of ailajrs obtains at tl town h of Jndlanola Miss A l11grjwoman was postmistress there Bj threats and intimidations on Recount of her color the postmistress was driven from the town President Roosevelt TTnrknowmoottierqnali fication for holding office than duty well done ordered the postoffice die continued The Democratic patrons 10of tho Indianola office were not prepared for this sort of punishment for their disorderly conduct andraised a howl But Teddy has heard howls before and with a what are you going to do about it sort of composure lets the howl go on The Poi dent says he can see no good reason why capable colored people may not enjoy the privilege of holding office especially where they form a large per cent of the population and his novel method of punishing those guilty of hounding a Federal office holder because of her color has struck terror to the hearts of tho ne grobating Southern Democrat aud still the Hartford Herald urges the negro that it is against his interest to vote the Republican ticket ToE outlook for Republican success in 1904 is very encouraging The Democratic parly as at present or ganized stands for no positive con stiuctive policy and indeed for no policy at all that commands the con fidenco of capitalists agriculturalists or laborers nor has it evolved lead ers whom tho business interests of the country will trust On the other hand six years administration of National fflairs by the Republicans early brought about and steadily maintained condition of prosperity never before equaled in the countrys history But within the period men tioned there has grown up a system of combining capital into enormous funds for the conducting of gigantic business enterprises that must crest a problem with which the worlds statesmen have not bad to deal before and for dealing with which the world has little stores of experience upon which they may draw These large combinations of capital popularly called trusti make it possible to manufacture and distribute the neo euaries of life much more cheaply than could be done before but the danger lies in their ability to fix the price of their commodities at a rate unfair to the consumer The control of this possibility is the greatest if not the only grave public question with which the present administra Lion will be called upon to dual and if this task is rightlyjperformed tho reelection of President Roosevelt is assured LETS NOT FORGET- Let us not forget that there were no trusts until there wu a Republican party Hurt ford Herald Let us not forget also that there was no wealth in this country until there was a Republican party That there was no Federal Govern meni worthy of the name until there was a Republican party That there was no freedom from human slavery until there was a Re publican party That there was no development oj the country until there was a Repub jean party That there was no government hon ored at homo and respectedabroad until there was a Republican party THE ROAD QUESTION This is the season of the year when an improvement in the road system is apparent to the least observing To our way of seeing it the only suita ble and effective system of maintain ing public highways is to collect a road fund by taxation and have it expended under the supervision 01I practical engineer It is always difficult to convince the public that an increase in taxation will be a be a benefit but we believe that if the people could be made to understand fully the benefits ota re ad tax judicially expended and theI proper distribution of the burden ofI roadbuilding which would rcsultI they would favor it Under our present system the male citizens be tween eighteen and fifty years ol age bear almost the entire burder of our road working Bank stocks and deposits amount ing to 8400000 railroads in the county worth 100000 other cor porations worth 150000 incorporat ed towns with property valued at 250000 the whole amounting to s about a million of dollars or one third the total wealth of the county and none of it owned by the 18 to 50 men contributes practically nothing to building and maintaining our pub lie roads If we take into account the property owned by citizens over the fiftyyear limit we find that than half of the total wealthof tbo county contributes nothing toward keeping up our roadshWhen the roadworking population which constitutes fourfifths of ours voting population get to understand that they can cut their burden of N roadworking onehalf by voting a m tax for road purposes wo confidently believe they will do eo We hope our reader will take tlut malUr upllndI write for these column their on the road question We will give the space for that purpose cheerlully WASTED WEALTH Did you over think of what won drous wealth the millions waste by idleness There are in this country 80000000 of people who labor Es timate their labor at 8100a day each one days idleness is a waste of 30000000 Given an idleness of thirty days each in a yearand this estimate is far too lowandwe have a total of90000000of wasted wealth every year J This stupendous amount of wasted wealth would if garnered in a single yearpayofi the national debt it would buy nil the stock ot the Mur gan steel trust the magnitude of whose capital startled the world i I would irrigate the great wastes of the West and make additional within our borders for forty millions of people U would maintain five missionaries for every five tquare miles of heathen lands of earth but more and better still it would comfortably feed and clothe the Nations poor But liko Teffnyfond brook this waste wilt ruo on forever Deaths of Prominent Men 1902 John P Altgeld Illinois March 12 Gen Wade Hampton South Caro lIon April II T DeWltt Talmage Washington I April 12 J Sterling Morton Iowa April 27 Potter Palmer Chicago May 4 Archbishop Carrigan New York I MaysRear Admiral Wm T Sampson May 6- rold Pauncefote British Ambas sador to America May 24 John WMackay capltallstjulyzo Emile Zola French novelist Sep tember 29 Thomas Nast famous cartoonist December 27 Mrs U S Grant December 27 Mrs Jessie Fremont widow of Joe C Fremont December 27 r SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of Execution No 2002 directed to men which issued Irom the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court In favor of the Ohio County Bank against Wm DeHart I or one of my Deputies will on Monday the and day of February 1933 between the hours ofl oclock p in and 3 oclock p m at the Court House door in Hartford Ohio county Ky exposeto public sale to the highest bidder tholollowlng property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest and costs to wit One house and lot oI ground in the town of Horse Branch Ohio countyKybounded on the east by the land of Wm Awtry on the south by the land of the I C R R on the west by the land of the ofWii Miller on the north by the land of Walker Myrtle subject to mortgage oebt of J J Tilford levied upon as the property of Wm DeHart TERMSSale will be made on a credit of 3 months bond with approv ed security required bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this 7th day of January 193 CAL P KEOWN Sheriff Ohio Co Ky ByR L BOYD D S 25t3 p FORDSVILLE Miss Marion AdaIr has returned Irom a visit to her grandparents In Hawesvllle Mr Robert Arms who has been with Wilson Shrewsberry has re- sIgned his position and gone tosShriwsberry Messrs Willie and Frank Graham of Narrows were the guests of their sister Mrs Mack Smith Friday night and SaturdaysMiss spending the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs J J Tillord has returned to Lorttto Academy to resume her studies Mr Henry Carter of Narrows was here Monday Mr and Mrs Leslie Walker of Kirk visited Mr and Mrs J B Ren how at Narrows last week and also spent a few days here with MrWaikr ers mother A protracted meeting is in progress at the Methodist church here con ducted by the pastor Rev Walker and Rev Smith a well known evan gelistwMr S K Allen has sold hIs stock of groceries to Abraham ShaperoE Mr and Mrs JM Glahomoa Narrows were here to see Mr and Mrs Mack Smith Mr Arthur Smith of Glendeane g 0pentMr and Mrs J T Smith Jr B Mr Fred Cooper is on the sick list Miss Alice Black ol Reynolds was in town Monday of Mr C P Haswell of the Carter Dry Goods House of Louisville was = here a few days this week selling to his customers a beautiful line of spring goods A School opens Monday with pros ecta for a fine spring term Many ave signified their intention of com lag here to take advantage of the pMr1otherA telegram came to Mrs J L Dav- Idson Monday stating the very ser i Ll fortS Illntfii of her dau VJcr Mrfj Bills Lloyd tn Pittshurg fy Mrs Davldton and daughter Miss Ava p left at once for htr bedside r SMALLKOUS Revs G U Liwreau lUdr Drake of Centcitown are conducting a protracted meeting at the gwa 1hous Baptist church Mr and Mrs Martin ol Louisville orethe guts of Mrs MmTrFs7 parerVtsT Mr and Miffrjrm Bullock Mr John T ROe tid family XpCri- tChristinas to Central City the fcucsta ol thelt dangliter MfS John DuSk 111 Mr GeorRC Bstiiiclt L xlngton Kj spent Chritmns wltlr his par ent5 Mr and Ms jHmesBeiinttt Miss Alice Fulkcrson CentralClty spout the holidays with tier putnls Mr atidMrsDob Fulkcr n She was accompanied home by Misses Fannie Davis and Eulah Whhr w 8who will spend several days at Cen rat City visiting friends aud rela tiles Messrs Chester Row und Luther Addtngtou have returned from a trip lo Henderson and Union county Quite an enjoyable day was spent at Mr R H Everlys tctmbeithe6 25tb by about twentyfive person Mr Andrew Adcllngton has return ed from a visit to his brother1Mr Doc Addington of Indians Mr Fred Lindtum who was un fortunate enough to have his leg rnken in a wrebtle with Albert Rob crtson recently is getting along as well as could be expected Miss Ethel Hunter accompanied by Miss Ida Addiugton spent Ctr stmas in Ceralvo the guests of Miss Hun tens aunt Mis P L Wood Miss Efie Hifln cf near Center tertowi was the guest other auntI Mrs William Ball during the boll days Messrs Clarence Oveihul Owen Hunter Berry Taylor Ott Kimbley and Ben Ross will attend school at Hartford this spring Hows This We offer One Hundred DMars Re ward for any case of Calatih that cat not be cured byHalls Catarrb Cure F J Cheney CoProp ToledoO We the undersigned have FJ Cheney for the hst 15 earS and believe him perfectly honorabh to all business transactions and finan daily able to carry out any obUa lions made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Drug gists Toledo O- Wall1lagKlnnan Marvin Whole sale DruggUta Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood systemPriceI Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best Nicest and freshest line of and Crackers in Hartford at City Restaurant p Free Cure for Sick Headache Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are a certain cure lor tick headache It taken ru noon as the first indication of the disease appears they will prevent the attack Get a free sample at all druggists drug store laud give thematr- ialGENERAL r NEWS The Crown Princess ol axony has abandoned her husband aud children as well as the future Queendom of her country and eloped with a cheap French music teacher Judge A R Burnam of the Filth Appellate district succeeds Judge Guffy as Chief Justice ol Kentuckys highest court One hundred citizens in and hutHawesvllle Handcock county will form an immigrant party to Hasson Indian Territory Hasten is a new town in Indian Territory projected and chiefly owned by William Has on a former KentuckIan who or ganized the Kentucky band of immi grants to build up his town Topsy a tlxton elephant who ad killed three of her keepers end- howed a thirst for more blood was electrocuted in New York Sunday Kentucky has 35 oil wells In his New Years sermon at Balti more Cardinal Gibbons said that the Catholic church in America was represented by too Bishop 12500 priests and 14 000000 members Richard Ernst has announced that be will not be a candidate for Gover iot The Democratic State Central Com mittee calculates the cost of the State primary at 16000 An office building in New York City now in process of construction ill pe 337 feet high An original copy of the old New- nglind primer told a few days go for 2500 The great New York banker Mor ao is reported to have offered 30 fora French Nobleman for aI ininlawsTom Campbell baa moved for a re- hearIng before the Court of Appeals L the new trial recently granted I Caleb Powers b A Bad Breath bad breath means a badw stomach a bad digestion ambad liver Ayers Pills aren liver pills They cure constipation biliousness iiysiepsia sick headache 25c Ail druzjIsU beautifjjbnowii BUCKINGHAMS DYE toera10 OT Of Dev 0 K P Mil tCO kuuiu NH 1 V 4i nett1FoeTo heuJtU and happiness la gprofuU as ugly aa over sinco tiroo immemorial noQkJlIsfigures membrane wastes the muscles weak ens the bones reduces tho power of capncltyCorrecovery snmp lon xEUhth appcarevi on the lertaid6 ot my neck It cuU3cd great pain was lanced aJHowls Sarsaparllla And when I had taken six bottles my neck was healed and I havo sinceMRBHoods Sarsaparilla and Pills will rid you t f It radically and per manently as they have rid thousands Quarterly Report of the OHIOCOBANK At the close of busluets on the 3iit day of Decctn ber 19 s RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 46645 34 Overdrafts Secured 13471 Overdrafts Unsecured 79188 DuVfrom National njulcs 15474 42 Due lrom State Banks and Bankers oo Due from Trust Companies oo Banking House and lot 500000 Other Real Estate 1565 60 Mortgages 00 U S Bonds 00 Other Stocks arid Boars u 655 13 Specie 315663 Currency 340500 Exchange for Clearings 173580 Other items cured as Cash 123 6i Furniture and Fixtures 50000 Fund to pay Taxes oo QiiarT oo Debts lit Suit 42586 Total9r783 00 LTABIISITIRS Capital Stock paid In in Cash 10000 oo Surplus Fund t 4 0 oo 73avz Deposjli tul jcct to Check pn which intereht Is not paid 1977052 Deposits subject to Check on which it terest is paid co Demand Certificates of dt posit on which inter est is tnd 00 Time Ceitificates oJ dipos its paj which inter 32712sin interest U pairt oo Certified Checks oo Due National Hints rp Due State Brinks a d Bank- trs 213 13 Due Trust Companies 00 Cashiers Checks outstanding oo Hilts rediscounted 2000 oo Unpaid Dividends co Taxes due ajd unpaid oo Capital Stock not paid oo- Tuttl 9178300- SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stock holder person company or firmincludln in the liability of the company If firm the liability of the individual memom thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness ex ceeds 29 per cent ol the capital scock actually paid in and actual amount ol surplus in the bank 121314 How is indel tdness stated in above item secured see section 583 Ken tucky statutes Mortgages and in surance policies Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or cfBctr if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 percent of paid npcipttal slock of bank see section 583 Kentucky statutes NoneHow is same secured Does amount indebtedness of any petfoi company or firm including the liability of the Individual mem hero thereo1 exceed 30 per cent of paid up capital nnd flctunlBUrplUF Nq If so state such timontit of iudebed nessAmouritollost dividend 50000 Were all expenser losses interest and taxes deducted thtrslrom before declaring dividend arid was not lets than lo per cent ol net profits ol the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried by the surplus und before said dividend was declared Yes See section 596 Ky statutes sTATE OP KENTUCKY ssCOUNTYI S K Cix projTlttor ol the Ohio County Bank a flank located and do- Ing business in the town cl Hartford n said county being duly sworn ays the foregoing J port is in all respects a true statement of the condi ion of said Bank at the close ol bus ness on the 31st day of December 19 2 to the but ol his knowledge and eJlef and further sxys that the bust ness of said Bank has been transacted the lomtlou named and not else here and that the above report is ade in compliance with an official otice received from the Secretary of State designating lhrstday of ecember I92 u the day on which uch report shall be made S K Cox ProprietorI Subscribed and sworn to before me by S K Cox this Ist day ol January 92 L WAtKBR Nrpc Ky My commisSIon expires Jan 17 1906 i- mi t 1cT 1- ulsvlllc I c t1arKet Choice tn prftge shipping Steers 5505 OS Medium to good ef ers 4 75 5 00 Choice butcher IIlterL 4 oo4 J5 Medium to good bntcher 3 50 4 oo 25c3nnGood to choice feeders 3 7SQ 4 oo Common to medium 3 25j 3 75 Good tocstra ntoclestcerfl 325 380 Commtr i nicdlum 2 25 3 pa Rood to met stock heifers 30 3 35 Plain light mixed Rtockera a 252 85 Good to tbnicf bulls 3 0325 Mednti i t good bulls a 25 300 Choice via I qalvef 623J 6 75 Com to m dlcm calyta A 75tJ 550 Choice to iiiLyjullch cow 45000 5000 Medlulltto cool a3 po1J 35 op Plain cjnmon I 23ova5qo HOGS Choice packing butchers 200 to 300 Ibs 6 70 Med packers i6QtoQo 62 0 Choice light 120 to I6v 6jp Choice pigs 9U to 120 600 Got pigs 50 to 90 S 75 Roughs iso to sco i s0 Goo SHEKP AND M3UIS Good to extra shipping 2 7503 oo Fair toKood a 50tJ1 75 Common to medium i 75 a125 Bucks 4 150 2 25 THR GRAIN MARKET Whejt No a 77c pV75J reo jected 2Sc Ie s on levtetjjBje Coru White 64c mixed 63ic yellow 69 Oi a White 370 mled 29JC The prices lor vheat ate those pal by dealers the qlotnUonti fur corn oats and rye are selling prices TIlE PROVISIONS MARKET Mess Iorki6H- amsChoice 50 sugarcured light andiipfclal cure I2jr4jc heavy to medium i3tX3c Eicon Clear rb sides ir fcf regu lar clear aides itJcpaclcri breakfast bacon i4 Jc ugarcurnT shoul ders 1o34c bacon extra iiieLard Prime steam in tierces IO4 choice leaf in tierces iijic in tot ii cpure leaf lard in tierces I2fc in urkiaa 12iC Bulk MearRfbs TrHc regular clear sldis rig extra short zoJc CuredAt 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil WarVeteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease it cuiable but la people of Advanced age it does not itse bowererICure we know from watching hun dreds of cases and from the letters ol blledItdiseased hearts but it U a blood tonic a reg ulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for Im proving the circulation of the blood heartdiseaseold town of LnlrstonVl grew so much worse I there wife to visit mjr RoanokeVLexpected to live to return to the dear old instateIcured A few bottles of It also the Nervine and Tonic usingonc or two bottles tcould tee no improvement and I laaItedsoon befan In earnesVand I took In all Sheen or s pteen bottle I was re stored to perfect health and while I am 70 years old am comparatively ahoy You sir are a and I cheerfully reeom ulferfllgbumanlty bottleDron Nervous aud Heart Diseases Addres Dr Miles Medical Co EUihart Ind ROOf HOTEL T QUISENBERRY Propr IJBest 100 Hotel ir I1leajSignature cf dUc DRINK OLD JOE t i The nest Whisky on Earth I For sale by Henry Nnll Hartford Leo Chlnn Hartford JABradley Rockport JasEspoy I Render R W Ragland Horso Branch PERKINS MANNiNG CO DISTILlERS flwcssInp IC oAswonxBean theIhOKind YoiiHawWwjsBwditU Slpat1ll1 d Cumberland TELEPHONEj J1 Theres nothing the nuttIer vrlth =my business I have the Comber I laud Telephone In niv residence and place of business My btnlnes has Increased and uiv viles voice Is rev er heard to nriituhli shout the Tele phone Yours fir Ropl service and entJemRnly competition B1P NOWLIN Manr Il 1 Biliousness r Makes Chronic Invalids FWhen tho Uror la torpid ad faUi o o Ira work I the bile enters UM blood aa a rlrulcot pouoo Tb o 1 cornea conatipation bilIousness mil htadacb fevers and malaria The only treatment that gives the Over JUI toacb fwnaN uraork It 1b611att mannorti ONSLIVERPILLSJ The pUl touches use liver and tie tons l m ZdoIee r1dara COIl eont nun Ieee yonf taff lxceedlngy tad yon will be weU before you finUh them SsmplrFcr Blc at all dealers For sale by J H Williams Druggist HartfordKY te- I C 41 Mt 1 it l tt 0 C ofl h h t I 1 10 + ctfl J + f 4 w titidv 41 2 Loil cJ ttr etJo41 + 51 t tJ1 41 Season S t2 tJt1it i t2iLsiti 41 tJo 2c 1 it11 + 4 We wish to extend the compli It + 1 ments of the season to all our cus tJo It 4torners and friends and assure them that during the year 1903 1 our efforts in their behalf shall be 1 unrelenting We shall be well it tequipped to servo thorn in the best I epossible manner and so Uoep up tour record of the past 44 r1 Eo P- flBrnes tit t U= 41BroItJt +41 lJt i l Beaver Dam Ky tfi 4 ttt tJo 1 t I 111 ii fW cf H t t t l I l l I tI Hrtfi tpr f HARTFORD KEN SPRING TER1 BEGINS JANUARY 12 1903 AND 4 TINUES TWENTY WEEKS ADVANTAGES Healthful Location Strong Facu ty1 tho BEST Methods Low JpxpoiiBcs 1 EXPENSES Tuition per Term of Ton Weeks 800 Twenfcy Weeks hia COV 1600 Board in best privatq families per vcck2 to p25 Special attention given to Teachers nritt thp o pro paring for examination Write for Catalogue izj MROTON 0 M SMOLTZ President VicePfest t HH1 u u I I H H 11 H UJ W fltI I + ttt1tttI f Q tO t i o Owensboro KyrWira BlMilbctwwn Triplet and Bollter Beet attention ftlrentaitock headquarter for Ohio con otrV1 JAMES REYNOLDS ProprietorS i 1rl 1I If1 r 1sses the Best is a Loser Whether Hi Knows it or Not t The Best Is AI 1 rfr flays Found at Some Specials for January CJJiJdrens Fleeced Hose Flwt Vicuna black correct winter woight ribbed leg and plnln foot Rcnrnloss knit Cheapest ileecoUned Hoso over oJfl rod Allsfula Our Rlocinl prico is 20c two pair 35c Ladies Knit Underwear Ehlstic ribbed unbleached vest soft fleeced Inside surlaco and alit tic Khaped waist fun shaped sllouldcre and sleoves olaLitic culfes n reSnhtr 35c garment our special Price 25c Special in Comforts and Blankets Our genuine wool filled Comforts extra large heavyweight straight lockstitehed ends fancy pattorns of beautiful fiord designs Everybodys price 125 our special 1 Our 104 whito fleeced Blankets soft finish long nap blue red and pink patterns at f10e por pair These are regular 75c qun1itilS We also show you bettor grades at from 125 to 500 per ptlir Special in Mens and Boys Overcoats liens heavy nilwool Oxfordmixture Ulsthrs largo storm collar fancy plaid lining piped facing n garment that any man should feel proud of sold everywhere for 750 Our special price is 500 Mens n11vool black Beaver French faced with volvet collar satin pipedwho ever heard of such n garment for loss than 8001 Our price is 5ILadies and Misses Jackets Our Ladies throequartet Coat made of a fine quality of Denver 42 inches long newest sloovoa spunlinod flap pockets n regular 1000 garment Our special price 848 lire also have these garments much cheaper running from 260 to 750excellent values 1 Besides those specials we hnvo a house full of big Bargains In Dry Clothing Shoes Fancy Dress Goods Huts c Wo are uartorA for all the lending Novel tios Hoping tu havo n liberal share of your patronage in 1903 and thanking you for past favors wo are Yotlrs frtltu FAIR CO We Bought Our Goods to Sell wo ought thorn ot prices wo can afford to sell and tho people can afford to buy Wo went to thomarkctsnnd hunted for BARGAINS we arc going to giva thom to our custom 1pnll ComppUUon in the sale of Dry Goods is and the merchant who offers tho best I goods for the loast money U going to get the trade We had this ides In mind when we i and hero we are with the 8esdS for the Least Money Ever Bold In Hartford Dont tnke our word for it but como In and see for yourself YpJr merchant goes to tho market for you and if ho- 1mYs high prices for his goods ho lids to charge you high prices for thorn Wo have what you want nt prices you want Como and see for yourself Yours for trodo SAM BACH Hartford Ky Hartford Republican FkUAV JANUARY g Thai train etno la oar toga Who roald Doladrerll flat now biraoudi are adttrtlood M sat fiuonparill ADd ahsnk16An utotsd- eft berlWasL- ntr or PRY cash I0r IuraIees r Oct bOW olng al coat at IIIRestaurant for ever 11rea14eDt octoSIe a In the CityhQfl yMers and Celery alwAYs oh n did at Clty Restaurant Schreetcrs Floating Btddto Will Iel6 Hartford Peilluary r Ig 3 iI ltcad Nut of all khda co B mtly on hand Rt City Restaurant y ill on W S Tlnrley for free b iniHy Groceries Hardware and Roor lug youladmg 5tlven a fine rnbbertlre free HUTFOD Rmrwiucut e- Owenshoro pd Inquirer See anmoun- went elsewhere t 111111 Clothing for everybody and et lott prlcea that wl lurprle you Cr ol1 the place IWho Is the most popular yonn R Ohio count 1 See the anlwu- In another parrot thlipaptr Mr Dudley Pori of the Pleasant Ridge country has bought and wave u Into the Bird property neat the wale milll1lrR BMartim of Croowell II e proud lather ola ten pound I Of The YOClng wan artlved In thIs country Saturdayi VePUD OWeDllborlI her residence near Adaburg Prlday and wu burled at Barnett Creek chunh Mr Phillips la very low pneumoniii Asoorarr Doc Tonsend visa seto nature we did not lurndl liltIr drethIwU1 ou due to ctIaiet Bunching I have opened up Jewelry ind tCltyRestanrant prePeredtodo aU kinds of work guaranteedby ae m- pwlrpitpare hen PeraapneatlY sad will pprtlatt WIUSTRVUJI i tu o TJjfrelivery fr R M walker t b has been very Ilek for ui week Is slowly Improving Get your up to date meals or lunches when In Hart rlet CIt Restaurant Mr J S R Wedding and Prol T J Morton have exchangrd residences and both moved yesterday Mr Gay Williams who spent Chrttmas wIth his parents here left Monday for his home at Phllndelphta ills mother Mrs G O WiIIlllms II- rcompinled him as fall Loullvllle Ladies we know that Bargains art what you want and we a o know that many ladies are yet lu need of Jackets We Are now closing out our Jackets at wholesale prices Count and see CARSoN Co The County Board of TAX Super visors met Monday andx111 be it session eight days The members of the Board art J D Holbrook W M Addington Tom WarrerI Taylor and Chtel Wedding Mr Sam Leech of Cromwell Is clerk Mr J J Brztrth at Indurtrlou and respected citizen died ofparjlyI all at his residence near town Wed neaday and Will burled with Masonic 1I0nllrllin Oakwood cemetery ester day Mr Bozarth was a useful cltl zen and his death is A lose to the community lie leava a wife and sever al children Mr Oscar Armstrong died at the home cl his father near Shreve January 5 end was burled Ir- PleFatt Grave cemetery on the 6 hI lie lived In Ovenaboro and had comtI to his fathers home to be treated by the family physician for brights dl lit aae He was a highly respect ed young mart He leaves a wife and one child Oscar King died of typhoid IevFr atI China Tex December 29 Mr King was a son of Mr John King of- Prenlis and went to Texas last aFrlofI to work In the rice fields there The young mans body was embamed one brought home for burial Oscar was a bright and industrious boy and his death far from home falls heavily on his parepts We have just received a new lot 01t remnant Calico These bolts contain Slba to yards an In one piece and 3 yards onefontth to 2 ads long and sell atl per bolt So you can de peed upon one good dress pattern be lug in ever bolt We will guarantee that you will Gad ten yards of sent kind all to one piece CARSON Co One of the prettiest Incidents of the h 11daI s was the fruit supper at tht New Commercial lest night Thos present were A n Cottrell anr Edna WArrloer Chester Stevens and Florence Morton Alvin Ptltln and Eva Brown E B Birkhead and ta eel Cox R II Ilankins and Mlbel- Hubbard J M DWeeae ud Mr Smith Dr E W Ford has shown us rom X ray photographs of the bony par of the anatomy of a couple of our col oted clllzena showing the location o some leaden presents their enemler had made them Wash Duncan baa pistol ball near the base of the bralr plainly visible in the pbottraph ant a colored mAn named Edson hat r ball imbedded In his brain Evident IV be thlnkshardof the fellow wht put It there These pictures are rather gruesome spectacles but Interest log nevertheless In thlll Issue ofTltg RnpUDLIC 1 will be found the annourcement of Mr Silas L Stevens of Crolllwtli for the nomination oUhe Rrpnbhcan patty for State Senator Mr Steven has been conspicuously corncctrd with the Republican orgRuz ttlon it Ohio county for twenty years and I wellknown to the voters of thcounty He ti a faithful untiring worker for charIto which he aspires II nomlnntcc- ler Stevens will make a strong can dldatrlIa well as a faithful and effi cleat Senator when elected Ten pounds good roasted coffee for 1 at the New Cash Grocery Try it Doublebnrrel Breecllload ug Shot Guns and all sorts of Guns nt Carson Bros F Get a free sample sal Chamberleiua Stomach and Liver Ti4 lds at all drpggista drug store Tbey ere eaa ter to take and more plesauut In diet than pills Then their use la rot lot lowed by censtipaion as h often the case with pills Regular IIZ 25 per box tBirthday Dinner Xmas day way tht bt day Chit andfserve his 65uh birthday with a dlnoel his honor All prtptcallous had been made loran ucellelt repast Jnslsthig of1ivo taiga tutkeyti aud- tt frnlb and all tbtbgs td make at excellent dInner All those who pteintfor dinner were relatedeitbc by matrtageor blood to Mr Dull cx- he cept Miss Lena Bennett earl Mrs fortyInfamily Qtlte a pleasant day tva edspent renewingoldacgnsirfance and talkng over events rf blonldHya rt t n TOUT PHOPLH- Capt S K Cox was In Owensboro this week Mr T H Hines Roslnr called on us Monday M Silas Stevens Cromwell called on us Monday Mr II L Taylor Rochester called on us Monday Mr A D jusldll of flIsMr G lit Maddox Rockport was In town Monday Mr Ed BarrAlIs Taylor Mines was In town Monday Mr John H Davis of Taffy called to see us Monday rtr R L Boyd Horse Branch was In town this week Mr E It Rogerll Cromwell called rt this office Monday Mr George Baker Taylor Mines was In town Monday Mr Clyde Wedding of Louisville was in town Wednesday Mr J J Tilford Pordnlll was among our callers Monday Hon A S Bennett Buford was In town the first of the week Mr J H Roberts Fordsvllle was In town the first of the week Misses Catherine Colllull and Golda uosetey were In Louisville Tuesday Misses Mattie and Martina Bennett went to Owensboro Tuesday to visit relatives Mr and Mrs Pon Rogers of Green burg are visiting relatives lathe county Mr William Walker of Lexington at tile bedside of his tether Mr R Walker Mrs P L Felix and children have returned from a holiday visit In Louisville Master Romney Wedding of Louisville Is here to visit his lather Judge R WeddingaMr Ion DarrtU of Barretta Perry Is here to attend the spring term of Uartfori College Mr W G ifardwlck and little daughter Miss Marie were la Ow eusboro the first of the week Miss Henrietta Gunther returned yesterday after spending the holidays with friends In Central City and Owensboro Mr R B Mutln Cromwell was In town the first of the week Mr Sfartin will move here about the first of Pebruary Miss Annabel Collins who spent the holidays with relatives here re turned to Cambia Ohio Tuesday there she Is attending school 10 Fiscal Court The Ohio Fiscal Court met Tues iay AU the members present UG Ragland Clerk The sitting bus een taken up so tar chiefly with allowing minor claims Allowances J T Wallace keeping almshtuse- r4 I 4t G W Mattis 13137 per diem as road and bridge commission er J M Graham 4125 per diem os road and bridge commissioner D r Wilcox 4500 per diem as road and bridge commlllslner I A HIcks t4027 per diem as roadand bride commissioner Marvin Miller J460 making stenographic report la Cap Davis murder case Lula Walker 52100 for stenographic report In Netter Gllstrap murder case W ARoot 1875 per diem as md bridge commissioner T A Evans 25 00 balance on per diem road and bridge commissioner DP Hudson 1500 per diem as rOAd bridge commissioner Orlers Or dered thAt Judge J P Miller be appointed a cJmwlttee to buy a house bell That the Justices be con tinned as road and brldgecommlaslon ers The contt adjourned nt noon Jester say to attend the funeral of Mr J J Bozatth The awful pangs of rheumatism are quickly relieved by an application if Ramons Nerve and Done 011 Large bottles with directions z cts T II William The entire treatment of Ramot LIver Pills and Toilc Pellets for constipation costs but a5 eentlmedl clue for a month pleasant to tak and thor ugh In action Ask Ramous 25 J H Williams Try the fresh Bake Beans at the Cash Gro eery Fine All druggirta guarantee every tie of Chamberlains Cough Rimed and will refund the money to any who Is nut salhfied after using thirds of the contents This Is best remedy In the world for la coughs colds croup and whoopin- cough and Is pleasant and safe fake It prevents any tendency of cold to result In pneumonia FRIEDALAND Mr Elbert Ford and wile and tcr Miss Prudle visited their Miss EvelynJamison Sunday bliss Stell Daniel who has visiting her mother returned Oweusboro Monday Mr Sylvester White Is on the tier at this writing Miss Blanch St Clair visited h uncle Mr J M Christian Sunda- C The raftmen have returned r to arun out ot the mouth of river they did not get to DIc1nse of such unfavorable west er the prayer meeting at Cane e has been suspended until spring s Mr Willie Daniel happened a very painful accident recently was carelessly handling a trbich celdently discharged the c Iplglg In 110 thigh lIe la pro Springs IJII L M to w- If yo You Are Wise You will do your trading where it t trade Begin the New Year by fr1 yearCARSONfurnishers of household supplies Remember 1we carry an immense general line of Merchandise and can supply your needs in any line For the latest drop in here any hour during the day and you will get itqDry Goods Everybody from town and country is hero enjoy ing the great Now Year Bargains wo are offeringaSee our lines of Furs Cloaks Fascinators qnpcSr frHandkerchiefs Caps Hats Boys Clothing Mens Clothing Shoes for all Dress Goods Gloves Rub ber Goods Mons Neckware Carpets Furniture Etct r- GrocGrles We will say that our stock of Staplo and Fancy Groceries was never so full os now Wo can sell anything in tho Grocery lino os cheap or cheaper than anyone We have a large stock and ovary thing in our house was bought close and will be sold the same way Polite attention and free deliv- eryFurnitnre In Furnituro we have everything needed tis not necessary that you should go to the city for anytpiece of Furniture when you can buy the samerthing hero for the same or less money We carry- a lull line but if we havnt got what you wnntwo willorder it for you at no extra cost to you GREETING To Those who Have Traded With Us for Ycar While we have done all we could for your iiter f t est in giving you the best Hoods at lowest prices poa sible yet wo feel under obligations to you and very much appreciate your trade To Those who Have Never Bought Goods from Us if there be such We wouldrespectfully ask that you call at our store and see what we have to offer for sale iWishing One and All tI Prosperous New Year We are Yours Respectfully Carson CO HartfordEX- TRAORDINARY tt r OFFERS a 100 Votes in the Inquirers Contest and That Paper and The Hartford Republican One Year Each all for Only 150 The TwiceaWeek Inquirer of Owensboro is offering n fine 9000 rubber tire buggy free to the most poplslar young lady in Ohio county and THE REPUBLICAN has made special arrangements with that paper by which it can give 100 vote sin the contest together with the TwicooVcQk Inquirer and THE REPUBLICAN each ono year all for only 160 Just think of it 100 votes in an important contest and three pa- Pors ovary week in tha year all for only 150 fThe TwiceaWeek Inquirer is a 7column 8pngo 0 t and prints all the important national and foreign as tffi r state and local news Its market reports are relinblf 1 altogether it is one of Kentuckys best newsPaPore lr= J Ballots may be sent to this office and the vote of the different candidates will ho nnnouncod in this paper from time to time This offer is for a limited time only for new subscribers so subscribe at oncerHow They Stand In the inquirer HePubllcan Contest OHIO COUNTY Miss Jessie Reynoldsh 700 miss Bessie Loyd 516 Miss Nancy Smith420Aliss Ednn Ford 404 1lfiss Lolia Hunter 400 Miss Sophia Milcg M 310- bliss Mittio Bennv 300 Miss Gussio Wood208llli-ssBessie Barnes 200 BUSINESS t COLLEGE rtrOrd Bentuok37 school of BOOKKEEPING and SHORTHAND Continues the ENTIRE YEAR Regular to regular students We teach everything Course and nothing more We use the SAD and GRAHAM Shorthand We teach exclusively We prepare our students for POSl one Spring Terns optJf JANUARY 12 1903 for further information if desired Pres WPattersonVPresl j i d rt 1 t 1 1 i 1 f 11 r 1 1ho Kim Ton IIavo Always Bought anti whlch lens beta Iu nee for over 30 years has borno the siguntnro of and has been nlndo tinder Ills Per b inihlleyvAll Counterfeits Imitations and JustasgoOlI oro lint xllerlments that trlflo with and endanger the health of Iulltuts and ChlldrenExlCrleneo against Experiment What 0s CASTORiA C storm Is n Imrmless substitute for Castor Oil Para b rte Drops nuci SoothinG Syrups It Is Pleasant It e nttins neither Opium Morphine nor other NOleotl- ortinbstnnce Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and oILs Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Coltc It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It Wlslml1atcs the Food regulates tiro Stomach and Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaTito Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears tllo Signature of- A 0 KilldJto Use For Over 30 Years TMC UNTAU COMPANY n MuAYrcty New YOU CITY to l COLLINS SALOON BARTFORD YiI- andles tllo BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stone and internationalspecialties Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS CO ookree tJ tfYEawis mE CHEAPEST PelZIltaiilupsior7 Ifff7I11JJIIHIWeta ila dind FarNW 4ufJlIlileK Rern ullerlenltd le3Cben each one n epeclallt In hi line Oraduatee of this collllfe preferretl- by huInt i bouece Wo ore now In our new home neaftllt comer second nod Vnlnuttreel the Int nnd belt arranged erhoolbuilding IntbeSouth ludhldonllutroctloo hoollneeeloa all theyear studeute can enter at any time Gaon nlway + welcome I J UUUU1T 1nrl rCHESEPEAKE OHIO RAILWAY Short Line to Now Yorkaria Vashington and only Through Pullman Line Louisville to rnshington Through Pullman Service to NewYork9 Philadelphia and Ealti oreQ Vestibule Limited trains Electric Cur Dining Cur Through the Most Picturesque Regions of America Famous Virginia Springs 1ountaiu and Seashore resorts JNO D POTTS A G P A R E PARSONS D P A Cincinnati O Louisville Ky If You Want To keep posted and otherwise well informed subscribe for The Rspublicalq talk And get all the news all the time All Kinds of Job Work NEATL DONE AT TIIIS OFFICE iO h5 ti t htla I r CRailroad Chicago and New Orleans Limitedi xc1usivelya a Pullman train fr- omCHICAGO A aster Pime1aec- tlve December 7 Ih thlrfRn nllli New nr Icon llmlledd fast YUtJlIl lain will be pllt- nK of thing running from t hlrnao to Meo- lphte na Pullman ray tram only Train No a the Umltell carrying outs Pulhnan slerplagrun- dn0ng enrnmf blilletllbrar tar will learelhl gr dally lit 7W ynrtnr topb1 hot Rpringe- Nnebrllie Atlanta Juckeonrllle and nrrlrlnli at- Nrw 11rIy pLnt7lo p m the nextday So h txlrp on It they Ix hla- rarnleltothexbxye point on new troll No b- hnringnhN onlY nnd leaving ehlrngo at 66- m dally ouJ nrrllag nt New Orleans Tau III the noxt dRY ThLconch train will nGnear 11elnwdayoatofChieagntluSanFrand lrlrnns In addition the Sew Orleans NIIeelal fact dAY xllleonmYtI blln o yat1000s tn uad arrive at- 4wfldonosnt 1oW nut Dmrlna conurcting- et Nunet Limited of the Southern Inclue Ion Han Antonio and Gin Frnnrievo- t t IImikd leaving New Orleans dally att- o Ticket au1 other Information of 1 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the Amargosa valley stole the advancing light ot day Out there where the land grows pale with seas ot alkali at the approach ot dawn e cry living thIng scurrlcs away to the little coot sprIngs whIch struggle In the shadow ot the canyons against the comIng yampire ot heat Tito sunbeams struck down upon the solitary cabIn In Ash Gulch and the bunch grass that grew around the house wtthcrd There was no hope ot life In n fierce heat Yet withIn the shack was n woman who dId not stir wIth the dawna woman browned by exposure whose resolute face was almost mascullno In Its strength It was a queer home one halt dug out or the living rock the outer walls built ot rubble She was lyIng on the soil tnry bed bound wIth n lariat Yester day aU nIght she bad struggled fiercely furiously then weakly faintly With tile dawn came to her the genet thIrst The great thirst When the DOUOLAS YELL IN A LEAP oVEn THE YOUNaEn MANS WEAPONS air contains over 100 degrees ot kiln dried heat the great thIrst Is born You sea the hlt1t racIng upward In palpitating waves Tho valves or your heart burn The blood scalds In your veIns The great thIrst Is fighting for the moisture in your brnlnour san ItyIt cracked the womnns lips anti drank tram them The cracks healed uad the great thirst tore them npnrt She lost the power to move even to toss her bend She strove for the power to huller to know Gradually her eyes closed Conquered When they opened again she raved Quite mad The power or acute sensation was gone In a rough claIm shanty across the valley the young prospector smiled hopefully Into his firstborns eyes as ho raIsed the cup to Its lips Then he walked to the door and the smile faded Two weeks before Molly had left themhim and the baby boyto Ret the assay and record theIr claIm She had laughed nt hIs tears She know the country by heart and while she traveled he would dig further and fur titer Into the precious rcpt When eta returned they would go to los Angeles and stay till the great heat died down lIe glanced across the valley to the point where ho knew theIr first hoarse stead stood lIe loved Its rough rubble walls lie had brought Molly there a brlllo lIe looked nt the thermometer It stood 130 In the shOtlo Anti still the babe In the shack crowed lIe left the shanty and walked to the ledge ot rock that held fortune for him and Molly Then his alert black eyes taught sight ot a horseman lenlllng a pack burro down the narrow troll SkIrting lllC canyon wall the prospector reached the path to the forlorn claim shanty The child was crylug Taking the little one in lily arms he ran to the brook and dipped it in the water then tilling hits canteen he hurried back to the shanty anti laid the little out on Its boo Snatching hits ride he advanced to meet the stranger With u muttered oath he recognized tiro man ns Douglas the assayer Molly mudt have gone to him after all In spite other liuchauds warnings And Douglas knew ot their Htrl1w- lWhnts wrong asked the stranger pausing Ilt eight ot the gun What brought you Douglas scowled ominously Well htlrln bout your find thought you mIght take n notion to sell I alut selllnleustwlse to you replied the prospector sIgnIficantly Throo hud been bat blood between them ever sIll co Dun Donovaps Molly hud shown her favor for the penniless prospector and hind scorned the crafty unscrupulous assayer There nlnt room for both ot us In these dlgglns Youd better scoot lie turned to time house and a bullet tore Its way through his lint lie turned quickly Douglas had dropped buck ot the trees that edged the creel The prospector dropped to time ground Stretched that and bejln to throw up the earth In front ot him Bullets whizzed around him Wish to the LordI was nearer the shock ho muttered to himself but maybe Ill catch him toro sundown The breastworks were a toot high now and hIs rifle was pointed over the top hIs keen eye glanchtg along the barrel So an hour weDt on Two bullets struck hlul but he made no outcry The great thirst stole up from the ground and he fought It ort until the ICylllgTOTtTdDean teeIto lUnd You Nate Alwap Bought slguture- r 1Irt e iIf t gun eight danced on the barrel lie J rrochod for hIs canteen but two t ro bullets from time man who lay by the A creek emptied It for himmThe enemy began totemptwWant water Give It to you fur that claim The prospector was mute From time shanty como the taInt crT ot the child rapnlinkdluklIcThe prospector kept his cramped fingers locked around the trIgger HIs lips set firm but there was agony In his eyesaThat youre kId cryinl- No answer dont hIm a drInk SilenceOIlltcdon your wltoll like to have some water The shot told The prsprtor incautiously raised hIlt mead nhoo the low earthworks I left her trussed up nt your old shock across- My God Mo11y1 groaned the young mon Isis throat was parched lIe could scarcely speak All right be- whlsperNl and the other man strain Ing his ear heard and smiled It was- not n pretty smile Throw out your gun then he commanded The prospector complied Now your belt The brood leather belt with the Colts revolver tell over the brrostworks Douglas came out ot the trees with a grin ot trIumph on hIs sinister countenance lIe stooped to pIck up the rifle Two shots rung out Douglas tell In Q heap over the younger mans cap one It hud been only a No 82 whIch bo never dreamed the prospector bad carried but It dId the work e e e e e The sun was sinking a blood red I globo far up the valley when the tall I young prospector crossed Death valley The chlldil head lay In heavy slumheru ou his shoulder Two rllls hIs saddle and the claIm Jumpers bur no plodded along behInd Before hI I reached the cabIn he beard nllli rldv erect It was the voice ot n womanI babbling ot green fields and cooling waters pladlng with the great thIrst as a thing that understood Just ono drop just one woo drop then a wall ot despair At midnight n woman mounted on the dead assayers horse and clasping In her weak arms n babe that slept calmly and n man on toot leading Q burro wended theIr way down the tor tuous ravine A tool breeze wander lug aimlessly tnnned their facts and then dIed away Bathed 1n moonlight the lonely trIo moved onward away from the alkaline sea away from the great thirst Sometimes the woman turned to time man and talked rationally ot claim papers and n pretty home In Los Uigeles sometimes n strange look tame Into her eyes and she murmured ot rIppling waters and cool green Acids Then the mllll would offer her the canteen and IS slue drank he would stand nt her side one arm about her waist the other resting protectlugly on the child Due to the Relationship A perIpatetic ot the barefooted va- rioty met a farmer who was also a church deacon The deacon was tak lug luncll under his own vIne and fig ttte amid unto him the peripatetic said Sir I am very hungry You hnvent been shaved replied thi demon W but Im very hungry Your very dirty lute the bargain Yee but Im very hungry Well can you say the Lords Prayer No I cant Will you say It for a pIece ot brad I rill- The deacon started In with Our Father at tho same time cutting oft n slice ns ho enunciated the words Time tramp repented Our Father thou suddenly asked Dill you any Our Father Yes Our Iather Stop just a moment continued the dirty man You mean your father and my tnttter I do answered the deacon Then we are brothers triumphantly proceeded the unshaved We are Then for our fathers sake cut that bread thicker and cut It quicker Boston herald A Schoolboy Letter ThIs Is n letter from n lad nt school to hIs mother I Wink I have got consumption The boys at thIs place arc not gentlemanly but ot course you dId not no this when you sent me here I will try not to get bad habIts The pants have worn out ottho knees I thlllk the tailor must have cemented you the buttons have conic off and they are loose behindd I dont thInk the fool Is good but I slid not mind It- t was only Htronger rho pine ot meat I send you Is otT the beef we had on Sunday but on other days It Is more stringy There are black beetles in the hitch en and sometimes they cook them hi the dinner which cant be holesome when you are not strong I hue a tome beetle liS n pet Do not mine my being uncomfortable as I do not think I shall lust long Please send mil some more money no I o two shillings It you cant spare It I thInk I calm borrow It ot n boy who Is going to leave at time half quarter but perhaps you would not like to ho under nn obligation to his parents Yr loving but notched sonLondou Standard Iurely A Uulue Slnlter- ManagerTine salesman In depart ment 409 says he wont perjure hIs soul longer lyIng about our goods lies n good man and It will be hard to replace him what shall I 11- 0ProprltltorWhats Ids salary MnnogerTen dolllrs sIr ProprletorOhre hIm l1ow York Times 1 SOMETIIING WRONG WITH YOUR WATCH LLLMI I IMIMInesMLLLN Trains never leave ahead time so eta rouble is with- ouwithyour watch we do- no watch repairinghare ten for 44 yeara your atdh to us for Inspection tlm1tc runts Time Pieces a Spedshy ofIlyrmrp =ESTAD lee6 =P BARNES t CO Ichmkera and Sllrenmih- do4 IM W MrketStL- OUISYIUE B- YiIi Nov is the time to subscribe for The Hartford Republican THE NEW YORK WORLD TlJrlceaWeek EdltlonAt most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly The 1reddentlal campaign le over but the world goes on last the same and It Is loll ofnews To leatothis ews lat nl It Ispromptiynnd- mpartialLyall that you baTe to do I to look n thecolumne M TbeTbrlaW k Edition nr- the Sew York World which rnmce to tbuubr- lber IItimes n The ThUeeaWk WorM dllltenre as apobs- her of nlllt vexs has given U rlrratatlnu when ever the logllob laogoallv Is spokennod y a- want It TbeTbtlreaWk World regular nhe y r ion pricelsonly 010aperyear te niter old unequaled UIar Dad Tus IIIrULlA i together ooeynr for 0110 The rewulareubecriptioa price of the two pn par la UOO WE 3tunALIu B s I HENRY WATTERSON Editor Ten or Twelve Pages Issued Every Wednesday 1 00var REVENUE REFORMI SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM Best HIHtJlIR Pest Political AltI tales Bcst Stotier Best Mlacel lang Best Pictures Beat hunk Reviews Best Poetry Best Chlldreus Page Best Home News Pet Condensed News Best Market Reviews Best of Everything nyas eelalnrnnaement ran pI TiIE weeklyconrlerThis Iforeaheabeerlptlon nnle All snh- scrlptlOn under this combination offer mot bfo Brut through this on- ceSubscribeforThe RepublicanI i Hernldbuth reanCrS tone year for 8125 FIELD ci SONcoa tropTo= TRANSFER LINED=xw=rT x atro=ice av JcAVC2 axis BARTFOED yA FAST AND EASY RIDE IN TIm MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED VkS 1C tff fCOST NO MORE TICAN PLAIN ONES lN White BronzeMarble III entirely out of date Granite soon gets mnssgrnwn Iscoioltd tequires constant expense and tare and eventually crumbles back to Mother Earth Bt stdi s t is very expansive White Bronze is strictly evrhUnl It Cotnnat crumble with the action of frost Ms roath is an Impossibility It Is mare artistic than any 1 tlle Then why not Investlgatt It has L = ten Rdop ed tor nearly one hundred public monuments end by thousands of delhIM cu tIICrS In all parts of the country It has been on the market over 25 ns and Is an established success Mygranite dealers hAve bought Whirl Bronze for their OWn burial plots SV- ehavehupdreds of ttahlihtltesignsofall grades of workand want to have you ee them if you lire interested in a monument lteJdstone marker or grave covet On riaipt of H postal card ulll be pkased tonll with designs and lampiI ni While rrOln Yours truly J RHOADS Braver Dam Ky- Agtlit for the Monumental Bronze Co of Bridgeport Conn IIAiJlW1 L g1ND 1lRaIJNO D ATTORNEY AT HARTFORD KY epeclelatte Uon siren to eoilcfonsmattng P 0tO E SMITHIATTORNEY Ar LAW lIIUU8U ItyalWill lit profession la an tb court o Ohio and llolnloltrollotlftndCoortol Appeal special attention given to all toIhl tAr omie over Oblo County last l J E DAVIDSON Attorneyat LtnvIIIAmioto ICY WlIIlrBetlce bl proreetnn la 01I0 RaIl ndtnhi nit connU ejwCnlatkcmtiua glventoall Lul Itneed eatrueted to his ntn 8 S P nOD- YdTTORJVEYdT LJIWJ OUUSVIIIIIUNTl1mtJWill prMtI1t bl I rolo In nil Ibi coortl 01 tibia and ndlololaltroontl not urtol Appeal Special alleotloagtyeo to eollectloss O M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW IlAWtJfonp IYI will practice has prolloa III all the court0 of crelrollettlnoa E P NEAL Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Wlllllmrtl8 hl prollnft In nil the marta of Kentucky Fyulnl nttvllon given to coiiecUo- aettlementof decedent Nlntsrand cases eriulnalpnetlre lId1re ullIln Urlllill blockI JI R WEklDh11GA- flDf nd at LA- WHARTFORDiV Will practice his IIlro nil lbqr f Ohio end adj 4ninnaatlee lbe tnnrt of A 1Nee lrmllt ntlniabl Inn to RII lulrvn- lrufed to him Omce So rcenter atreiL- B R WEDDING Attorney at Law HArTFonn Ky Will practice hlA ptofealon la IltecolittAool tllo and adjoining counties Also Nolan blie- M 1IIEAVI1IN EItNESTwOODIVU- InHEAVRIN WOODWARD ttot e s at Dal- IiASTYID Kr with praetlrw their protwIon In nil the toPrV Aidaltlous Omceuntdoor toltankofilarnurd W H BARNES at Law COUNTY ATTOILNE- Tl1AaTroanIKr ISOtIIrrollon In all the cumin of roaatl II n1 la lb oarl of- Apjeaie I strict attention will Ie Rhea to All business ealru to hiecnn CShcrtioaap- eelnlty Ohre la i eOllrtlltluj IALFRED HUDSON BUlhDKR ONfRA fOR 1 ilIulIII u I lIalllo and re1oiiling inns by day or con tenet Iiethieetlmotesbfore 3xn alvyowr- contract lD ioht Circuit It- qAttofleyUwenhato T a mfr pA Aalrroa Clerk ttowln Ilolbtauthailer lom- nlirsinoer O anrnaTrodesJnryrnndiCa Kwwn Rlterlll lurUoeJ Upaty RherlffJ Keown Clarence liwwn Jo II noberl It r Ylm tlterns rfiConrteonieuesantnon- dayfa Marchh Rod August and continue three weetend thIrd Monday in May pad Novemher two week- sOoontlCaartJ 13lmer adgi 518hag wrIL IntnN Attorney lInrU rd- trCoort roo ION lint Iood81 lu each month QuarterlyCourtDegine on tbe third Monday April J nay pctoMf sect lannaty- Courtot ClaimConyenes ant Monday la Jnt nary Tnceday otter second Monday In0ctoher- Otber OmraJII Wood Surveyor Ct ralYo- Frablt Joe Aueor Dells James INletwe- khoul HuperllltAlDdetit llerUordt lien t UsPb r- Coruurg8alphnrapdnge 7uaticoCoustog n F ICailson heaver DamFebruary 11 May Sn ntrAUttembetb Oeo w Martin UalretowpFebruary May August November Jno1 Urobam UudeFebruary 12 May 1 27 lletembet- 2T1 Evans lordeIlleFebruafJ I May I- IAllgUtl November I J AItlpta UutuNbhrary 20 May I Aoj rat 1 Soremler 0- lv A UooelalvrtownFebruarr 10 May 12 August 25 Noremher a D J WIICOI ItoetpodFebruary s May 10 Aosot oremWt0 tXazttorl rocUc Court vVJdIoRairittoidrfsues nd Monday In each mouth 55oltglouu xutCe- MEchub eoAbinkc third suaday la east mouth atllam end req1 m and fourth SaadayatTpm 1rayrmeetingvrrywdnc day nming nJclrklRltornap rtCharthtorTl Add second Sunday le east mpkb at 1Iam sod I pm lrarmee- iIORretyTtnndey evening C 1 Chartb enl ant Sunday In each month at it a m and r p m ilex J U ilar ned pMtor School Trualee It4rtfordJu11lIl11er J8- alna S T HlenDlD M Bother JlI D Grr can Jun C illlcy Town TruA nWbU IF tvoraa1 II lAlton w o nardlet S J ltnWing i7ezet CeetttA O U w meet ant and third PatuHay ulhtHartford IoJge No 871 F k A Mason Ant Monday nllb tp each month nOIljllIIvn 1pIe01I0Kolllhtaolltblam- eetl ItfJ Tuesday night Preston Morton lod No4 O A IL bold eg- ular metlogEatunlaybdonantSndayl each southAU of lbrespectlrelodgcanlslted- ntkad all mHlfap ATTENTION When la OwsborOtnif on Wm tthlon- dealer la pore stnlgbt SVMkles Apple and IMrblfrAadkle Agent Frank Frhr nnwing Co JaROnknwal tra Ire prompt Untloa Thehwtd2MlylGkrylathstat Wm CUSHION Owensboro ISO YEARS IiXPEftIENCE TRADC MAMa DollDn- sConralalln 4 II nJODektte and dwceiMM UPquickly ucenJ er onkin fNS whither sa eprnbnblypatrI t nnantr-altoatnctil NnadwtW KA onIwtmb sent r foreKUnpa- tIen 1takkenbrowy lnnD eo rece- tnal1lGl1u without thaneIa tile Scientific AmericaAhandsomely alannladweekly PArwtelr a pWJbyallwedealerUll Pane ometi ratwaastnaaa n T1 J TURLEY COS THIRD ANNUAL OPENING v ill be the largest they have ever had and will occUr during week commencing April 6thtwo days at toss lq sort Spencer county Indiana two days at Hartford Ohio county and two l days at Owcnsboro Dav less county ICentuck f We give notice at this time in order that you may save asaan pIe of five hands of your 11i i H t Aetr39 As wlll us a sample of your best corn as we wit eve gOQd rues- on both of these products In addition to the above we will halve a number of bIg surprises for the en onrag n1nt qf other lildliSli llfi which will he announced later We will have plenty of music thus 3ear and ev ei3boY- eeted is e to have n good time and for the next t Thirty Days Turley Co t- Eafiect to have plenty of music ut their store shoving out thetaeufi I best FENCING VIRI manufactured at 22j per hundred r- We will make n special price in the vay of H ard ware Sioyes Shot Gufls r l 0 fARM WAGONS HARNESS SADDLERY ETC Get our prices and you wll net our goads il 11 rn h A t rf tcl J I 1ltrtIlI Yoursforavlf Coe A flit Qirrft e Ji7 tausil ta t4 1I ar a r Is1J giba T J TURLEY 11Itfnco IIfj v fi t J L i t fr P SFor further infortnultion call at Qui Hai y ifitcwa l ardve yjpgladly give you flU information you may wantt 1 1Iti + 4 lI1 ot 1T