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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN ii 1 Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL OMAN OF TBEPAT7 IN THE FODBTBCONHEESSIONAIDI5ISICT Subscription 1 a year VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 16 1903 JNo26n Time emsfmost untimely x a when woman to the turn I of life Life is or should be at its ripest and best for and she ap nroarbes tht 4ba 17ft berknowledgewomen at this season farfurniedItof mind and by its aid the Mini and sntnfedDr riereis IMrorlto rnaeribtlon Is womans medicine with a wogderfol llleatun15e1lSCfaflSl te eoare have ben fteJi and TOriw cKIJIiLlreKrtpMoft OJ tar I to w w yell u I kw JOrIftMaumoras wuhtnrvn Co tThle 1 IIn brrRCdcthaiwk tftry dt1 I rfaamraend Ptrrriti rn rfottlane found II Parorila Prescription has the tcsd of of women to its nnplete cure of womanly ifiseaset not accept an unknown and nn lL1COleepthe umcly i o Dr Pleasant ICU r SouthernRailway ThroQKb El lit DM Bontbrro RUt- MKUNTUOKVTENNESSKIS South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North CAROLINAGEOR OIA ami MISSISSIPPI I4tIiI oqliIlIetrumMvrntbJon rarUlorBUltoi mldiw d A W 1101 p A T AflI lib AT L aUiUI IITAfUUEAMUUiita IA LuiUvlU Lyon Laxative Syrup I I bealtelykllrDlltt kidneys iliac atd bl HJMeoll rtJpatlo billonine 4k aiek eed ehej c Mn the complexion and make till Mood pure An ideal reaedy for child tea U as adults POT i tie bt f Trtiui Allrn RonlneKy NEWTHROUGHLINEBCIWCCN CYtHSriUt A- KOCHICAGO A new through cir line has beu established fur the ertlre distant over the Illinois Central oetwcc Rvanovlll and Chicago the line bdnI via Mattoon Champaign and the roai from Kvansvllle to Mattonn formerlj a part of tbe P D U Ry Tbr services is aa follows NORTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Gvansvlle o y opm 730081 Ar Chicago 7ooln 7oopm SOUTH BOUNDDally S Bx Sun Lv Chicago 840pm 83oam AtEvanavllle 8osam 550 p in 1 Through sleeping ears on night trains tnd through free reclining chair i art on day trains Ticket of your i local ticket agent I l 7 Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPIIBLI CAN 100 per year InI ac1vanceI L Mrs j rrod VIJ8th teotlJduil Jkato- IIAfb kHAl first Nby Wa born t lid IIDt rr t aefI to reaIfl my leaSUullihouh Hs doctor gave me I tonic which hi colUld 41 I seed very but Itutcadct gdtIng bttu wuker hurt bandhulskdthit I tiks Wins of Canlul- II f IOXWtL Zid sea wit It w6i1dI fee take tilt nitcIiis IdWtV tittidal 10 fInd t9 ftrcSthan4hul4 ofly rtInrils Is two wal- I 1 1 bIiI3d igi4la to fiCi I I I Zit II i InartUdi TWT I I t nJmt u1 te Inej- na jiq tayt2 459beia 1rr d1O 8 9 CC1L weakas- be wi er rllpI reenyo- otnmnd 110111 ftta grMLt terned 11 a tWaer WIM Oard gMass II IMfttk flow RI 11 RAID i Made on Moonshine Stills Was Thrilling REPORT FROM MR RANDALL Christmas Adventures Were En ttrtfytooReaifstfo S More IhtfHInr than Ike prdnary novel iiv the import tecdftd at hra quiuteri yeittHJy of 1ie mffenturec of Deputy Reyatfe Agttit Charles ilj ftapdrtlji w dinore tsnisinnt- hgo4ehflii tfl thai task of NIp ing out nthoitJhlrilnfr In Pferryv ClAy Leslie and flfeufhltt eotfrfrte The ik the radtt finparWnt since IlIItI 1lIlwu tnflnertljr tueceiuful butI the desired r ulU w rt obtained after dlsjgrewifole experiences Deputy ttti1 was alien hisor ders by Krvetrad Ag rt L A Thrill er before th lutWrr was transferred lo Richmond 7a snd consequently the report was made to the Utter who Immediately orwarded It to his local successor Cot C H Ingramc tie opened his mall yesterday morntfog and came upon some most SCaptcrusher rft for the raid He had retcelved information that illicit Ing was In progress In Perry Lesliep BreathiU and Clay counties Instructed Agent Randall to search thoroughly destroying every stilttand arresting every offendertMr Rands two 011Decembermiles tnrtujrli roM and mud and snow t it cuWtt seat FTrilen Thoh little p 4y rat dws for supper the B4vctrMtt beflpK A negro boy appeared 91 Jcol nmooosklnuib Mr Ra MI sbis 1 him billland tile Wit w i etJlle aid f94 Iwt Mtta tbo recel the little WDJ jftowt HruKttf at tlie head ef dr potty and d tttmrp la Wootenf atteV nrrerat srthr awys begin Urajrtfll vit duly ad and dtttay4 tnrt till ifilneri lip e pesttd nqty odtf1 was eon vlticrd iBtt alVor rtflU frwearq hhiscersbt tf siarffd ant at Katit Feltner Ii noted moonshine ui4kere was the mart most wanted retecone mea were still loo VI rig for himh when Christmas arrivedhIt was the most Christo mss I evrr rxp rlenced says Mr Randalls rport A cold windb Awtpt through the chinks of the In and occasionally wruld take a short cut and come up through the floor Vfe klifctred and shokaThere val ari open Wood fireplacem but it waa a fcltnyfcle to keep en or ad drtnoaed urthlaa from mctnopolfztrif IH About fS n the raorntnir tc wonfen vjh tobaeh co jntce IScdtft fiord their lips to niAke prirfaradons for Christmas dinner n isa sight td Ut but i not to want to see agaffl Soap Is an J- nnkno n Uatit1t Idtltllt rtoJ1 Jjforkmine to slipup ray sleeve I took a ij firmer gtddp add wear after the old turkty ffcbbler talr but rfveryonce 4againAfter Christmas dinner the posreT started on the r arch for Peltner night they traveled thirty five mites under conditions really painful and at dawn they came upon PeltnersI outfit n was In full Aslthe posse appeared In the dim morn JOt light the rifle of Moses Feltner gleamed and an Instant later thered was a report The bullet the posse arid a return of the cnmplla J1Asafety owing to his superior knowlp edge of the county The po stroyed the still and started hnmtFa reaching London on New Years evew Over 410 tnllrt were covered by the little posse da their return they captured halt A d zn moonshiners against whou charges were pendlnp and In addition secuted positive Information against about a dozen oth t er IrMoetADeputy Randall IeJoeDonti Thlo is easlar said than don tt It i jImaymatter nit suse ft something I lover which yefl Sate aa control It Is obln lOt rrylnc WIll nfithouthr in die Uait 6n er handi tftlthis your totttol70U Jane tnty Ie AclWltte you hut a a i cold and rear an attack ol ernnnIia bottle ol Ch mberl eRemedycause for worry as to the ontcome will a t qulcklj disappear There li po danf Jr of when it Is F f sale by all dmnlstfJTrlotcrsJik Gospel i tLIlruI rected to an alleged expenditure of I f40000 by the Prohibition party of Ontario province to put out pamph lets and other printed nutter lot the purpose ol inflneuclng voters at the December election wonders why these people did not devote half the money to buy a better service in the adver tislng columns ol the newspapers and thereby exercise twofold greater In flnence Pamphlets and circulars fall to get before the eyes of the people they are intended for but no one gets aa1 from what Is printed in the pa per he pays for out of his own pocket and brings into his home with his own handPrlnters Ink That la a strong argtinieut able edit et Indeed Mostly Personal One of the most notable business men of Louisville Is I P Barnard lenftobacco warehnse magnate Mud coaloperator He la quiet Rd nnobstrnslve In his way c f living but few men In Ken tucky irsns deeply sod tatlnfactorlly Interested In varloun undertaking a he lIe Is president ol the LouU ville Tobacco Warehouse Company which has under his management consolidated the warehouse trade of he biggeAt leattnbicco market In the world he is also president of J D peed Co the largest coal distrib in Louisville also president of he Taylor Mining Company presi Ole bank at Beaver Dam KyI resident of the Western Kentucky Coal Operators Association and tleIspirit in many otber impor aut enterprises All of these are con tinually enlarging their fields of opjration The Louisville Tolacco Warehouie Company has jast completed the purIhase of seven Independent wart- ouses and eflirced a pooling Agree ment with the only remaining houseI he Taylor Mining Company tins- ought blx thousand acres of coal and belonging to the Williams Min ing Company and will apply modem machinery and methods to a fine but heretofore neglected pro pertIMr Barnard was born in Kentucky tad when the war bloke out he eullatI at the age of fifteen years in the OOoTetleiate army Though a mereI Jrljr be arose to be a captain and ac tlret the benefits 01 a soldiers train sad that knowledge of men andI rain which comes only with mllltllI experience He clings to his olds mradca and meets with them atIreunion He Is so hale and sorearty that lu spite of a little grayr air few can believe be is a veteran f the civil war and once one of theIdating cf Morgans raiders HeI aa never had need of a pensionIAs soon as hd came out of the war though not yet of age Barnard start d Into business for himself and the next thing he did was to arry the girl oi his choice He be sa the purchase and rebundllng of i- obacco and tatted a country store ith the resolution that in ten years e would save up tnooo He got the 10000 before he was twentysix and was ready when Fortune came to nock on his door The town ol avet Dam had been projected by a Linlsville capitalist who had advance information that a roallrrad company Inibulldlng Its track between Eliza tiiowri and Paducah would locate station there This was correctbut the caplta1li put several expensive Ittoreandother houses on the land nd then had to go Into bankruptcy he town and all the improvements were sold to the young merchant for 4oro there being 200 acres in the rack with several handsome build ngs He has since disposed of a arge part of the land at 10 a foot In the meantime moving his store to one t the buildings He was induced to o this because tbe Taylor Coal Mines ere being operated there employing large number workinpraen The iners were well pllldand the com uny had a general etore at which the e- ainers were expected to trade The d- nlnlng company had a bank boss very important official who fell out ith the storekeeper lie weut to Jibe Barnard store with his trde His grievance was learned and the prrs en t of a suit ol clothes and a few trifles turned all the trade of the miners toI the outside store After several months of struggle the owners of the approached the young mer- bautand asked him to take charge l thecouirany store as Il would oth- rcvise be abandoned He agreed toIICO If They wniilil make him the- tIIO I p uater BO tiathe could col IIthestock of goods He d lIned at rat saying the stock should be inIvoleed He jns asicectfor a bid on the tock jut aa ii stoodind hIs offer 01 7io cAbas accepted The sl ckIinvoiced ovrf igi and was dlspoa d of at a tine profit Mr Barnard laogettlng the entire mining trade Shortly pflerwinl th Taylor Min og Companys property was off redj or sAle The plant was about to beI clostil when the jcnng merchant was nsktd If he wouli nt buy It He bad- i5dii wining experience Bud the mine lia 1 Irought laige loBfes to its youngstoelkeeper ed bankruptcy He worked the mine profitably though with insufficient capital At that time James B Speed now the leading business man of Louis ville was in the salt fume and ceo ment business and Barnard had long been a customer lIe had opened a a coal yard and thought he would like to buy a coal mine Barnard called his attention to the merits of the Taylor Mine and Speed took a half interest That was twentytwo years ago and ever since they have been together In the mining and likewise the wholesale and retail coal business both accumulating fortunes Mr Barnard in addition to his oth er vocations had always been a buyer and retailer of leaf tobacco carry- Ing on a trade at Beaver Dam He made money and with a good partner opened a tobacco warehouse in vllle Whe twelve of the warehousesj were consolidated In 1896 Mr Bar nard went into the combination as a director Competition mnltipled and such new conditions aroje in the business that the syndicate did not prosper as it should have done gradually losing a patt of Its business Tbe president who had gotten up the organization resigned Mr Barnard was the choice for his successor and unwillingly he took charge From that time competition was met sue cessfully and the syndicate ware house grew in control of the market Alter five years of bard fighting all but one of the eight outilde houses I sold out for a consideration of 436 000 in the common stock of the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Com pany Its capitalization is now 350 ooo of preferred stock and ft 000000 of common and with the additional ssue will be 1746000 It will absolutely control the leaf trade The warehouse business was once very profitable but In the efforts to get trade the Independent warehouses demoralized the industry by giving away their fees By the consolida ion all this will be topped and the economies to be effected will more than pay the dividends on the com mon stock The newly acquired warehouses did a business ot 35000 hogsheads a year out of which the new management can earn 70000 t Dividends on the 436000 of tock Jwlll be only 25000 yearly hence the economy of buying the ate cutters Mr Barnard Is sanguine s to the Important saving that can be made when the consolidation goes nto effect This wilt be November nNew York Commercial Novem er it 190- 2Dislocated YrHer Shoulder Mrs Johanna Soderholm of Per gus Palln Minn fell and dislocated her shoulder She had a surgeon gete t back in place as soon as possible but It wan quite sore and pained her very much Her son mentioned tbatI be had seen Chamberlains Pain Balm advertised for sprains and soreness and she asked him to buy her a bottle of it which he did It quickly retlleved her acd enabled her to sleep which she had not done lot several a days The son was so much pleased with tbe relief It gave his mother thatthe has since recommended it to many s others For sale by all druggistst CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars rtohrbCall for a Senatorial Conventions At a meeting of the Republican Gzecutlve Committee of tbe 7th Senatorial District held at Beaverc Dam Ky December 20 1902 it was ordered tht t a convention be held in ach of the voting precincts in said on Saturday July it 1903 at 2 p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend a county conven Hon to be held at the county seat of each county In said district on Monday July 13 1903 at i p m which county conventions shall elect dele e gates to attend a district convention to be held at Hartford Ky Saturday July 18 1903 at i p m to nominate- a candidate for State Senator in said district The representation in the county convention shall be one dele gate for each 25 or fraction over 12 votes cast for McKinley for President- In J91r and the basIs of represents tion in the district convention shaltI one vote lor each 100 or fraction over 50 votes cast for McKinley for President In low The candidate re ceiving a majority of all tbe votes cast in said district convention shall RepubUClaator In raldtdlstrlct NICHOLAS BARRASS Chtnn M S RAGLAN Secy Xoep It in Tour Home And when the bowels fall to act properly take a dose of LYONS LAXAXIVB SYRUPIt acts gently but effectually ou the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion cleacIFur tale by J Thoa Allen RosIneKy A TRUE BDAR STORY I The Hunter Got Scared and Ran the Other Way The avelanche of bear stories which has fallen upon a bewildered public since the day the President penetrated the canebrakes of Misss slppl said Walter Brevott of Boston to a Star man at the New Wit lard recently testifies to the versa tility of the American mind In recon structing a time honored andwell wqrn theme with new habiliments as to time and place Upon analysis of the regulation bCrStor3 which is told over and bVejfgain sometimes to the extent ofseveral columuo all ate alike to the essential features of exhibiting the brave hunters tltantlc prowess the unsual size and phenouinal fierceness of the animal and in the final pictory of the gallant but modest over poor bruin They sel dom deviate except as tosuch minor details that while one hunter chased his bear eightythree and onethird tulles around a high mountain upon a des run from start to finish the next banter met his 3450pound grizzly face to face upon a narrow ledge overlooking a precipice wltba sheer decent of 10000 feet nndlhurled the wretched grizzly into the dark depths below with one blow from his power ful fist Some hunters vary the formula by swearing that they used i their bowie knives while still others are weak enough to hint that they may have shot the bear with an ex i plosive bullet from a highpower rifle at a good safe range I However I will tell you a bear story which will have the novelty ofltruth not that we would for a mo mInt doubt the stories of great deedst with bars of the other fellows I 1Itbrand new bear rifle bowie knifea hatchet and hunting suit complete from hcavy water proof boots to a canvas hat With such an outfit any story about bear killing ought not to be disputed by reasonable men whoI can tell a real live bear from a jackI pot- I became separated from my guideI and was making my way back to camp about five miles through the thick forest I was dog tired I wasnt thinking about bears hedgehogs or anything else except my sweetheart and was counting the days when I get back to civilization My complete hunting outfit hadnt at tracted so much as a baby wildcat I was beginning to dimly realize that the great bear stories that I hadt heard at home and at the club after all were nothing but elastic stretch of wellcultivated and fertile im agination I had just made up my mind that y finance would be better pleased wltk a sunburst than a ring when I heard a noise up a big oak tree under which I was passing which sounded o my unaccustomed ears like eighO ten tons of brick falling a mile upon tin roof I glanced up and there was a big black bear as large and threatening as a thunder cloud lu a He was falling down from he top of the tree limb by limb humptybumpty directly upon my head Did I fause gracefully and skill fully raise my trusty rifle and shoot off both tars and each paw with sepa rate shots while be was yet in their as a trick marksman bits glass ells That is what I ought to have done according to the regular bear tory But I dldut I was too amaz ed to move and gawked up at that bear as a countryman looks Into a ity window Down he came like a flash of black lightning grunting t snarling growling and whining Be Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable bytKidney Trouble c Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dlstnnd lensnmbltton butv vlvor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kidIarc out or tKidneyprcvlentthat for child to be borntafflicted with weak neys If the child win ales too often If the uri the flesh or If when the chlsreaches an age when It should be control the passage It Is yet afflicted wlh bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasc trouble Is due to a diseased condition kidneys and bladder and not to a habit uIsupposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder troubleIand both peed the same great The and the Immediate effect of SwamoUoot Is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In cent and one dollar sizes You may have a neys of a mild fifty maltI lng Homo m et spUcoLi thousands testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be surd and menUcn thla paper fore I could dodge he landed upon me and sent me spinning about thirty feet while he rolled over and over like a huge rubber ball Gun Gee whiz but you ought to have seen us camper off In oppo site directions I toward the camp and the bear toward a deep creek Death on a white horse could not have night me I lost my rifle bowie knife canvas hat and hatchet end never did find them the guide and I the nfx diy went ovrr the wide speedway I had cut through the un d rbtnsh in my mad flight The bear had been caught by a lot of wild bees stealing honey out ol their hive in the giant o V and their furious attacks and the palnffrom tbe stings caused him to let go hi gilp and to come down crashing through branches like a cyclone When a man now tells me about killing bears I tell him my own act unl experience and I am glad to say for the veracity of our sex that be is man enough usually to crawl and pay for the drinks Washington Star Croup The pecnlar cough which Indicates croup is uuully well known to the mothers of croupy children No time should be lost In the treatment of it and lor thin purpose no medicine has received more universal approval than Chamberlains Cough Remedy Do not waste valuable time in extr iuienting with untiled remedies no matter how highly they may be ree asIall druggists REYNOLDS Mrs Hallie Reynolds fa on the sick ist this week Mrs Alice Cbamblecs was called to he deathbed of her father Mr Mil ligan near Herbert Saturday lIe was buried at Pantha Creek church SundayMr Marlow returned to his home in O lah ima lait week after abort visit to his mgther Mrs Kite MarlowMr Miller Ment to Owens boro Sunday Mr Pence and wife and Miss Zrlla Lyons of Olaloa were the guests of William Lyons last week Mr A E Phillips and family via ted friends at Dcanfield Saturday and Sunday Kindly take notice that Elys LI- quid Cream Balm is of the great bese fit to those sufferers from nasal catarrh who cannot inhale freely through the nose but must treat themselves by spraying Liquid Cream Balm differs In form but not medicinally from the Cream Balm has stood for years at the bead of remedies for catarrh It may be used In any nasal atomizer The price including a spraying tube Is 75 cts Sold by druggists and mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York COURIERJOURNAL n the Rights of the Southern Negro It is not worth while to discuss the abstract question ol the civil rights of the whites and blacks Under the law of course the black man has as much right to hold office as the white man But it is not a question of le gal or abstract right that controls in the successful administration of Federal aflalra in a region where such administration is complicated by Ineradicable race antagonism Mr Roosevelt knows the history of this country well enough and he knows the nature of man well enought to under stand that his policy in appointing Federal officials in the Southlilt is- o be a policy successful in the admin istration of Federal business to say nothing of success in conducting to the harmonious relations of the races must be governed not by considera of his right to appoint negroes but by considerations of the expedlen y of appointing them He knows hat whether justifiable or not an insurmountable race barrier exists between the wltes and blacks that the ssue of which races shall dominate In he Southern States has been fought ut and settled He knows that the Issue was forced on that region not y the negroes themselves but by the Republicans of the North who and gave the Ignorant mass of freed the franchise and sought to set them above their former masters- It Is generally believed that this chapter has for sometime been closed that the issue was settled never to be reopened Yet here comes the young Republican President with the apparent unEOphlsUcatlon of a school ardent for the triumph of justice overt Injustice everywhere confusing thefnnctlons of his office with those of a social leveler and insisting on forcing one race on the other offen sively because he has the power tdo- t lie surely must ace that the outcome of this course can be only a re viva of thepld chaotic conditions that the blacks who know their InI NATIONAL CELEBRITIES I Declare Peru na to Be the Greatest Ca Itarrh Remedy of The Age irdRI I I COLDS I COUGHs SORt TflROAW flNLHS5i f I CtlIBP I CHAMBERS OIf SAMOA M SayK t cam ramadN PtnaM MI OM tlOti vail ti best mt4kttorctMrrlL IncomsmmiPisnia to all- I s tuffiren If 4V i trScnatorJobn M Thitr stan of Omtti Ntk wrttns Peraaa tatlrtty nll v 4 mt ta ftry Irrltstlasc9nz Imm M firm Wlor r la Its fttecjr far UI lUdItnJlliIu terests better than he appears to know them will be encouraged to fpr get Eome of the lessons taught them whlcbtbeyhave sentiment prejudices if he pleases in this matter he defies In his ap pointments and whom be offensively lectures and abuses in defying it will be provoked into tbe old impassioned resentment and resistance to result in the old disorders and excesses and in the end again the old success of the superior races Already the extremism cf the Presi dent has kindled extremism among the Southern whites and hotheads are talking in the language of the era when hot talkwaa followed by bot deeds F Silberman f BrosU Largest Fur llouto In America EuropoRSfrUt+Jr We mill free S SILBERMAN BR08 mtolZBMlchlfsnSL Chloego III I ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY IXCOirO BATED Talk being cheap and necessary I you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phone and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense U you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu Manager1Hartford Nasal CATARRHIn should bo eletnllneii Elys Cream Balsa- eiesnaesootheaadhesls the dlwawd membrane Heartseatina and drives swat a cold In the bead CROUP I quIckly Cream Balm U plAced Into thi aotfcfi qtriadi aye the membrane and ls abioibed JUU fIs lav ntdiste lad a cure follow Jt U tMiij g4ou not prodoca sneezing wee Size 60 cents si Drug fUti orbs null TrUl Stan 10 casts bjaull XLT DI1OTIIEUS54WAZTIUSUUI2ew Tat CHICH ESTfRiS ENGUS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS 0- do0 re o o l1olIe tJ flltO ICIlICIID1FRSTake no other Reflse Ji nsroiw iilMU lulloniBDtl liullmtlon lluyof youtDrociHt or lend 4e In stamp for ll moiilaU and uUernr ccJUlur all br Lall lOOOOTetUmooUli bold liT OHIOBBBTKIt OHEUIOAL OO 10O HailUoa Square JIlL IX xu li4i v lion WlIIlaniYoung blood Auditor of tho Interior writes from Washington DCto Dr Hartman Columbus O as fqlfowi 4veotteabeartiofyottr treat medicine end bavapersuad qmy wit Who so hsa much fatufftrtr from catarrh to try Piruaa and after using oaa bptitti ate bat wonderfully Improved It kM proved alt you have ctalaed tint lou Rufus B Merchant Superintendent and JDIs burslns Officer U S Post office Wasblnxtoa D Ciayi Il tata pleasure la comtatatJInf yoarttnte having taktn a bottt ofPmaa with rcry bcnitlclai nsuits Jt la rtcommgndtd to ma I as m very excellent tVrrIfl CIUfI H Congressman David PJ WllbeJT ol OaeontM N Y wrlttat I am fully conyhicici that Peru lls allyou claim for tt ailar tbo vto of m few Jottl6J I Congressman rvndD- ungan ofJackson O wrttta I dnlre to lola with ny many friends la recommending your Invaluable remedyParana to any erne la need of mJ Imvlgoratlag Spring tonic or whose system It ruadown by catarrbal troublta Wa bavo letters from thirty atgbtmimbers of Congress attest Ing to the virtues 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experienced same It will relieve congestion itwill cure constipation Itkeep the toachr- lght it right Lit prevents the blues and makes a new person H prevents doctors bllla Do uot beCoUlU- an Invalid Dr Oorlitedtai German liver Pow des MU cure you U Is purely and can da you good This is toe Medicine that cures Do not toko any other Bold In bottles 2Be and 8100 each Sold by all Dealers In Medicine TU A14ERICANPKAJiLKACALCar JBole Proprietors EVASUVIIXB IKDIABJL FLLQ1t1 a LIGHTElkl TRAINS IAr operated by the V Between t TEXAS I And theINorthand EastBetween I BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS And the I Northand WestBetween I OKLAHOMA And tho r Nort arid Easti Observation cafe cars under the management of Fred Harvey Equipment of the latest and best design j IJl Ci 33 1j V Jaw theitteKiti Yoi Han Ai5311 CK- I SJpatUfCl of f LJPPINCOTTS MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY I The Best to Current lIteratur 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY t X MANY AN7 PAPERS ON TIMELYTOPICtj 20 pc YCAn era A STORIfJWt V tiarua-r ird Republican Itft4b he UarUordlDblSbIIlliICompanr CUICOarOIUT- IDreHN IIEBT TIIOflAS Editor tZLZtBONXC C12AbZ1ncSM04ZaUCh FRIDAY JANUARY 16- I AcJIerUIIDIrI liicb lint IIHrUOlllOC per Inch each additional IDntion Ij1tCIaI retee on 3early contracte Local notices lIe per line IIl11t IDurUon Cc pfr line each additional biertion Card ot thank reo1otion and obltoftrlce10- UJlt a lIne Cub In ndunCl A41OViCEMEiTS For State Seunlor We ere authoxied to tinnounce lION A S DENNET M e candidate for Stat lellator- lrom the Bneoth Senatorial Dlatrlct subject to- he action of the Republican party We ate authorized annoonce BL 8TEESSI- II a candidate for State Senator from the Sey- tntb Senatorial DStrlct nl4ect to the action 01 the RfpubUcan party We are authorltd to announce D DAXER- nUOADS II a can11date for State Senator Iron the Seventh BfDatorlal dlatrlct obJect to the BcUon of the Itepublican party For Circuit Conri Clerk we are outhorlzed to announce P L HANOI run ae a candidate for lerk Olilu CIrcuit Court nbJect to the action of tbe Itepublican party We ore authorized to announce E O DAB liARS lie a ceadidate for Clerk OhIo ClrcultCourt- lobJect tu the oetioD of the Uepoblican party For ReprNenlaUIe We are aothol to announce DR A D PARK II a candidate for JlfpftfleDtaUn from Ohio county subject to the action of the RepobI- ICOD party Wear authorized to anu000ce OEOI MADDOX ae a candidate for ltepreecntattve from Ohio county eobJect to the action of the Rppob- lcan party We ore outhorled to auuooDce OOItOE DAKEIt ae a candidate for Xtepreeentaiive from Ihlo party county eubject to the artion of the Rtpob JUDICIOUS advertising pays the largo t dividends of any of the business lluans investments JUDGE Millers sal- ary1898S5001899 650 1903 I 750- will this ratio continue ONE of the greatest advertisements of advertising may be observed at Beaver Darnwhere only a tiogle firm Barnes Bros advertises This firm isn persistent advertiser and its trade keeps a small army of salespeople hustling from years end to year- end I records of the Fiscal Court tliow there is a committee in exist tnce whose duty it is to contract lor J lhe county printing It ts unneces Ja1y to say this committee makes no 1eflort to save the taxpayers money by competitive bidding for this works rput that it goes na a fancy graft to the Democratic organ hero BECAUSE of the great strike in the anthracite coal field there is much suffering in Northern and Eastern cities on account ot lackof fuel A wag has remarked that with the sale in New York of each ton of coal the dealer throws in n Steinway piano awd the piano dealer throws in a lump of coal with each piano sold IT is the duty of parents to pro vido their children with the best class of current literature and the best current literature is to be found in the highclaM magazines Among these we take pleasure in recommend ing to our readers McClures Maga zino McClurea is only one dollar a year and we shall take pleasure in ordering it for our readers TIm Hartford Herald receied or- etast1ia week to announce two candi datoa tor Circuit Court ClerkMr Charlie Ford ofFordsville arid Albert Short of col of Rockport Mr Fords announcement appeared Mr Shorts didnt We mean no disrespect to Mr Ford who isa gentle man of character and our personal friend but the contrast in the Her aIds conduct is remarkable since it fluttered and fawned at the feet of Mr Short while it thought ho would be a Republican candidate but threw him down witha thud when Short asked it to announce him as a Democratic candidate TIlE County Board ot Tax Super- Visors adjourned Wednesday after saddling an additional burden of 82000 on the taxpayers ofOhio county The present members of the board with the exception of Mr Hol Jrook have served since Judge Mil Zer wont into office and Will serve till ho goes outare largely Popullatic and are never so happy as when indulging in the pleasant pwtime of raising the edvaluation of the Taylor Coal Company This company id the largest wagepaying znarketproduc lug concern in Ohio county and if Its raw material had not been non transportable this Populistic Board would have taxed it out of the county some time ago TilE HERALD SHORT CO For sonic weeks past the Hartford Herald has been tearing its hair and wailing walls never wailed before in Its anxious 1xiety for somebody to champion its alleged candidacy ofa of the name of Short The I3gro Short who was doubtless fur abed free coplea of the Herald was 1 enough to tumble to the cooin of his new found 1 voninnounce him in her Wednesdays issue as a sure enough candidate Heavy must have been candidate Shorts heart when ho scanned carefully the columns of his organ Wednesday and found his announcement not If candidate Short Is of a religious awayhisWhom the Herald lovoth it chas thoughtShortpublican candidate its heart bled and its eyes flooded with tears and its hair was torn over the coolrecep tion of his candidacy by that party but when It found that the soul of Short had been so deeply touched by its tears and heartaches and dissbov eled hair that ho had put himself un der its patronage and asked it to be come sponsor for his candidacy the old hypocrite laid his letter by for future reference and raised not his name on its list of announcements Indeed the Herald flattered the ne- gro Short too much II AFTER THE GRAFT The Economy Fiscal administra of Ohio county is letting our public roads run to muck in the low lands and to gullIes on the hills but it seems to be looking pretty closely to the interest of number six and the head of the house At the beginning of1902 number six took unto them selves the honors profits and emolu ments of the offices of road and bridge commissioner in their respective districts notwithstanding each of this select number had promised these officesduring his candidacy from two to a dozen of his constituents This Economy Court at the sit ting referred to also created the unnecessary and uncalled for office of County Treasurer The taxpayers who objected to the scheme were appeased by the plea that it wouldcost them nothing Inasmuch as that offi cer which was a bank would take in the taxpayers money and lend it back to him at ten per cent and serve him as County Treurer to boot But itworhcJ out thusly Nmbcr six had already grafted the salaries of the road and bridge com- missIoners into their own stock and as the head of the house who presides over number six bad been already given a raise of salary of 8150 per annum and as the taxpayers might buck at another raise they would just give him another raise of 8100 per annum and credit it to his account as Auditor to the County Treasurer The Economy Court just ad journed continuing its policy of take ing unto itself every thing lD sight appointed two of its members a committee to settle with the Sheriffllud to those familiar with the Fiscal Court order book the sentence allowed for services as committee to etc occurs not unfrequently As the Fiscal Court has taken to itself about every thing in arms reacb they will perhaps brIng spikepoles and grab hooks next year S ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN II the voice of age whispering back to youth is rich in timely warnings may not one nearing the second watch of life who has glanced back along his path and shuddered at the frightful wrecks of wasted hours that mark its way give some friendly counsel to young men of the won drous wealth stored up for them in the vaults of time Time is like the rivers flood which serves those only who cast theIr freight upon its bosom not those who idle along its shores In all ages those who knew the value of time have been the masters of the slaves who knew it not Of the vast number of men who have succeeded in life without a fin ished literary education none of them IS proud that he did not have it but it is the practical education after all that is indispensible and ev erybody in the country may have it if ho is willing to make the necessary sacrifice for it Bu it is only won by hard work By devoting every spare moment to study to reading andreflecting upon the matter read This means a sacrifice of the ball game the fishing party the noonday nap the Saturday evening loafing at the country store anda hundred other little pleasures of which a young life is fond But this is the price a young man must pay for n place in the world We are writing this for Ohio county boys most of whom are poor as the world reckons wealth but hoping to interest them in drawing upon the unlimited riches in the storehouse of time Time is every mans capital It must be spent It is mans only capital that he is forced to spend Itlso must bring n rec ompense somewhere between a throne and a prison Study brings knowledge work brings wealth and idleness is repaid in all those evils that make humani ty mourn Fortunately for society the young man who spends his ore nings wIth his Shakespeare Scott or Dickens is preparing himself to battle with the evils which must re suIt from another young mans evenings spent In the barroom or gambling bousa Men are essentially social creatures and the young man may not be expected to spenl1 every moment of his spare time with his books but ho should have his social intercourse as much as possible with other students lndeedthero is no more practical way ofa student enlarging his store of knowledge than by well directed interchange ofthought and fact with followstudents ThIs is nn age of cheap printing Any of the best authors may be had in cheap but servicablo binding for a few cents The young man should however be as cautiousin the selec- tIOn of his authors as ho should in the selection of his associates All books may not be read with profit and many ofthem are positively harmful But read Read and ponder over the important features of what you have read This habit o reflecting fixes well the facts in your mind whore they may blJ drawn upon for future use By putting in all your spare moments in reading and refleCt- ing you will in a few years accumu late a fund of knowledge that will in sure you a commanding position among your fellowmen You will not indeed be able to comprehend just how much you learned in any given fragment of time snatched from your work for study but as the tiny rain drops flood the mighty river the little fragments learned hero and there will in time form a mighty fund of knowledge It is indeed a sacrifice for a young man to deny himself the common pleasure that youth loves so well to give all his spare time to study but it is after all an investment that will in man hood and age repay him a hundredfold can for Convention At a regular meeting of the Repub lican Executive Committee of Ohio county held at Hartford Ky January 5 1903 it was ordered that precinct conventions be held In the va rlous voting precincts of the couty- on Saturday April 4 193 at I p m for the purpose ot electing delegates to attend a delegated convention to be held at itartford Ky on Monday April 6 19n3 at I p m for the purpose of nominating candidates for the offices of Representative and Circuit Court Clerk It Is Is also ordered that the candIdate receiving a majority of the votes cast In said convention shall be declared the Republican nom- Inee of said convention It Is further ordered that the basis ot representa tion In said convention shall be one delegate for each twentyfive or fraction over twelve votes cast for Mc Kinley lu J900 On this basis the several precincts are entitled to the following representation In said convention vlz East Hartford 7 West Hartford 5 Beda 4 Sulphur Springs 6 Magan 4 Cromwell 8 Cool Springs 3 North Rockport 4 South Rockport 4 Select 5 Horse Branch 7 Rosine 9 East Beaver Darn 4 Vest Beaver Darn 6 McHenry 8 Centertown 6 Smallhous p East Fordsvllle 7 West FordsvU1e 6 iEtnavllle 4 Shreve 3 Olaton 3 Buford 2 Bartlett 4 HeflIn 3 Ceralvo 2 Point Pleasant 2 Narrows 3 Ralph 4 NIclIorAs BARRASS Chmri J M DnWmts2 Secy C M WISnIAN SON Leading Jewelers ot Louisville have just got ten out a New Catalogue embracing everything In the Jewelry line II you want a handsome article suitable for a Christmas present at most reas onable prices write for for a cata logue 532 W Market Street Louis yule Ky r5tf Bargains In Winter Goods To make room for our spring line we offer for the next 6o days any thing In WInter goods at greatly re duced prices Give us a call before goIng elsewhere We can save you money ARMltNDT WEDDING 26at Dundee Ky 1- FRIEDALAND Miss Hattie Sanders left Sunday for Hartford where she will enter school Mrs V T Geary and children of CaneyvUle are visIting Mrs Gearys parents Mr and Mrll J O Sandbach of this place The candy breaking at Mr Thomas Sanderalast Saturday night WAS high ly enjoyed by all present Mr W S Sandbnch went to Gray son county to visit his sisters Mrs Geary and Mrs Strasburger Mrs W J Logadon who has been sIck for some timewith yellow jaundice Is Improving Mr I J Hoover left today for Hartford where he enters school for springMr S Saudbach made a flying trip to Leltchfield Sunday The entire treatment of Ramous LIver Pills and Tonic Pellets lor con stipation coats but 25 centsmedl cine for a month pleasant to take and thorough In action Ask for Ramons = sc J H Williams I FISCAL COURT Completed Its Worlcnnd Adjourn ed Saturday The Fiscal Court itcljurned Situr day after sitting five days The chief work of the court after our report lat week was Order appropriating rooo hr roads and bridges Buford Migis terlal District Order approprIating 1200 for roads and bridges Dutord Magisterial DIstrict Order appropriating I2o for roads and bridges Cromwell MagIs tetlal DIstrict Order appropriating 6oo for roads and bridges Centertown Magisterial District Order appropriating 8o for roads and bridges Rockport Magisterial DistrIct Order appropriating 7oo for roads and bridges hartford Magisterial DIstrictOrdered that rooo be appropriated for roads and bridges Sulphur Springs Magisterial District Ordered that 1210 be apprpriat ed for roads and bridges Fordsvllle Magisterial DIstrict T H Black allowed 212 70 fees liS JailerOrdered that the county levy for 193 be levied all follows A poll tax of one dollar on each mate citizen over twentyone years old and an adval orem tax of Sf cents on each ioo worth of taxable property Ten cents for sinking fund and forty cents for current expenses and indebtedness Ordered that C P Keown Sherif- ot Ohio county be allowed to5 71 for delinquent tax listed for collection lu J92 Ordered that the County Attorney be dIrected to collect and preserve such evidence as will be necessary to disprove the claim or note of OhIo county amounting to 5ooo and held by Dr A B Baird W H Barnes allowed 6o salary as County Attorney for year J93 Ordered that James DeWeese be al lowed So salary as Superintendent of Ohio County Schools for year J93 Ordered that the committee hereto fore appoln ted to let contract county printing be continued Ordered that J P Miller be allowed 750 salary as County Judge for year J903 All druggiatguarantee every bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and will refund the money to anyone who Is not satisfied after using two thirds of 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 prevents any tendency of a cold to result pneumonia SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of Execution No 2002 directed to men which Issued from 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 2nd day of February i93 between the hours ot i oclock p in and 3 oclock p m at the Court House door In Hartford OhIo county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the tollowing property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt Interest and costs towit One house and lot of ground In the town of Horse Branch OhIo countyKybounded on the east by the land oftm Awtry on the south by the land of the I C R R on the west by the land of the heirs ofW M Miller on the north by the land of Walker Myrtle subject to mortgage debt ofJ J TllfordlevJed upon as the property of Wm DeHar- tTBRMSSale will be made on a credit of 3 months bond with approved security requIred bearing Interest at the rate o16 per cent per annum from day of sale and havIng the force and effect ofa sale bond Witness my hand this 7th day of January 193 CAt P K OWN Sheriff Ohio Co Ky By R L BOYD D S 25t3 DUNDEE Mr Sam Smith after a few days Illness died Thursday Miss UtIle Bean wllliner for Ren frow Armendt of Narrows has returned home to spend her vacation Mr William Hirsch has moved to NarrowsMr Smiths little child which was burned by falling out of Its choir Into the fire died Friday Mr Byron Bean was In Fordsvllle a few days ago Mr Virgil Renfrow who has been suffering wIth a carbuncle on his neck Is some better Mr Ivan Renfrow who Is attend- Ing Central College at LouIsville spent the holidays with relatives and friends Mr IH Jones has moved Into the house vacated by Mr Hirsch Mr Ellis Mitchell spent Saturday night and Sunday In our to- wnConstipation Does your head ache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver I Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure constipation headache dyspepsia 25c All druggiets- I I beautllulbrownBUCKINGHMS DYE WrtJkoors 10 fI e OfI O P P a Co NUi NH JawsTightly Locked From Nervous Spasms Physicians Could Not Prevent Fits Dr NUosNervino Cured My Wifo successfullytriedder but neverhas It made abetter record thin spasmsThousands statedthatrepeatedIncommencedhaving paraJywLgave her calomel and she eventually got some better but In a short hid herbedsometimeso we could not them and she finally got so her jaws would become locked Finally I saw doctor was doing her no rood and ordered a bottle of Dr Mlle Restorative Nervine She received so much benefit from the first bottle that I got some more She has taken a number of bottles lintdoseMiles Nerve and Liver pills and Is never maltInlof the good the Dr Mlle Restorative Ncr Inc did my wIfeVii Y ALLEN P M Elkytlie Miss botticon Neryous and Heart Diseases Address Dr allies Medical Co Elkhart Ind SHERIFFS SALE The ouimonweaIihof Eentuvky To the herfd of Ohio County lmetIng We command that you expose to sale the estate of H A Maddox towlt A tract of land bounded and lescrlbed as follows BeginnIng at N E corner of tract of land taught by E D Walker of H G Render a popular and white oak theuct S sofi poles to two hickories and dogwood thence E 33 poles to a stone thence N5 Ii 13 poles to a stone thence N 15 B 14 poles and 15 links to a black gum and ash thence N 14 poles to a Spanish oak and hickory thence N 38 H 14 poles to a dogwood thence N 2H H 54 poles and 18 links to a stone thence W 92 poles to the be ginning containing 40 acres and the same conveyed to saId Ii A Maddox by Ii D Walker and wife by deed of recork In the Ohio County Clerks of fice Deed Book 8 page 498 levIed on as the property of E A Maddox and subjtct to the purchase money lien of said Walker on saId land which ac cording to our commands you have taken Into your hands and whIch still remaIns In your hands unsold as you have certified to the Judge 01 the Ohio CircuIt to satisfy LIzzIe Walker Executrix of H D Walker deceased the Isum ot One Hundred and Seventyfive Dollars with Interest thereon at the rate ofsix per centum per annum from the first day of Jan nary JS7 until paid also 175 with like interest from January Jst ISiS until paid also 175 wIth like Interest from January ist 189 until paid Also the ruin of 1230 which In the same Court was adjudged to the plaintiff for her costs In her be half expended whereof she Llzze Walker hath recovered execution against the said E A Maddox by virtue of a judgment of the Ohio Cir cuit Court and that you have the said sums of money before Judge of our Court at the Court House In Hartford on Stutday succeeding the second Monday In March next to satisfy the said plalutlff her debt interest and costs aforesaid and have then and there this writ Witness S A Anderson Clerk of our said Court at the Court House aforesaId thIs 14th day of Jan i93 S A ANDERsoN Clerk By L I MORTON D C Get alice sample of ChamberlaIns Stomach and LIver Tablets at all druggists drug store They are cas- ler to take and more pleasant In dleet than pills Then their ust Is not fol lowed by canstipation as is often the case with pills Regular size 25C per box r BARRETTS FERRY Mr Taylor Murphy wile and daughter Miss Ploy and Mr Alfred Keene left for San AntonlaTex December 23 where they will remaIn until spring on account of Miss Ploys healthMr Lewis Grant and family are visiting friends and relatives In Gray son county Miss Sudte Felix has returned from Falls of Rough Mr Oscar Armtrong died nt the home of hIs father near Trisler Mon day and was burled Tuesday at Pleas ant Grove Mater Bobby Davidson Is quite ill- of typhld fever His recovery Is doubtful Mr W D Park Is on the sick list Mr James felling and family move ed to Fordsvllle last week peHoWs This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney CoPropsToledoO We the undersigned have known p J Cheney for the lost 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable to all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obllta- tlons made by their firm West Trulx Wholeiale Drug gists Toledo 0- WaldingKinnan Marvin Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blroi and mucous surfacell of the system Price 650 per bottle Sold by all Druggists TestimonIals free Halls Family Fills are the btB I SHERIFFS SAtE By virtue ofUxecntlon No i98 D- II directed to me whIch Issued flom- I the Clerks office 01 the Ohio Circuit Court In favor of mo Simpson I myDeputiesday of February 193 bttween the hours of I oclock p us and 3 oclock- p m at the Court House door In Hartford OhIo county Ky expose hIghestbIddermuch thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plalntlfls debt Interest and costs towlt One tract of land about forty acres bounded as follows On a rb by the land of Jut Drown on east by Jo F Hill on south by W I Ashby on W eat by Finns Jackson levied upon as the propelty of Jut Brown TERMSSdle 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 iath day of January 1903C P RnowM S 0 C lilA siTflAinte to ccli TtNICulf Slik Jltretlliortblart tovutomerlnhl a few hour a day iir yColumIh Ey a Louisville Market CATTtlf Choice to prime shipping steers 53r 505 Medium to good steers 4 7S S 00 Choice butcher steer ooe 4 3S MedIum to good butchers 3 5oc 4 co Common to medium 3 oo 3 25 Canners I 25 I 35 Good to choice feeders 3 75 4 oo Common to medium 3 25j 3 75 Good to estra stock steers 3 2S 3 So Common to medium 2 2S 3 00 Good to wed stock helrers 3 o 3 25 Plain light mIxed stockers 2 25j 2 85 Good to choIce bulls 3 ooj 3 2S Medium to good bulls 2 25 3 00 Choice veal calves 6 25J 6 7S Com to medium calves 4 75J 5 So Choice to fancy siilcs cows 4500e 5000 Medium to good 25 oo 35 00 PlaIn common 20 O0J 2500 IIOGS Choice packing butchers 200 to 300 lbs 6 70 Med packers llio to 200 6 ao Choice light 120 to z6o 630 Choice pigs 90 to lao 6 oo Goo pigs 50 to 90 575 Roughs 15o to 5eo 5 50G 6 oo slUmp AND LAMBS Good to extra shippIng 2 75 3 oPair to good 2 So 2 75 Common to medium z 75 2 2 Bucks I 50 2 25 TilE GRAIN MAngE 7sereJeetedCornWhite 64c mixed 63Mc yellow 69- cOatsWhite 37C mixed 295c The prices for wheat are those paid by dealers the quotatIons for corn oats nuil rye are selling prices TUE iROVISIONS MARKftT Mess Porkt6 50 IIamsChoIce sugarcured light and special cure uJr4Mc heavy to medium J313Mc regutarbacon I44e sugarcured shoulders 1oc bacon extra Iz4c LardPrime steam In tierces io4c choice leaf In tierces zz34c In tubs 12CInBulk MeatsRibs II Xc regular clear sides 1i1 extra short 10Jc Loss of Flesh When you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great giverThose have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nervefor invalids for con consumptivesfor who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and corn nafuraltonicScoUs EmulsionJot bone flesh blood and nerve we will send you a free sample pictureInthe wrapper or every bottle or Emulsion you buy scorr BOWNE ChEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY- c nUl ull druggists T1j i=Makia Chronfc Invalids VbeD Ibe U it torpid an4 lalla to do Ita work the bile enters the blood a a virulent possen Then ooe ooaatIpauonbtUooan lid beudsehe freer and malaria 1bI only treatmeot that gIves the tiny JIll the right touch sad starts Natures work Ir the rIP manner i- sp AMONS IVER PILLS J DTONICr PELLETS Tbe put touchet the liver and the re1Jc1a aDO tile Ilem cloeae fer teats and un ices your ILIe Ii ezceatingly bad you N wiU ho wU before you Snish them Sample aildeslcra frM lor salo at t IFor sale byJ H Williams Druggist Hartford ICy E P BARNESBROS i MkiwWinter ReductIon SL1e MEANS A BIG SAVING TO ALL WHOiTAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE CUT PRICESlGreat Line of Overcoats r Wo can still show you ns good a limo ns most morchauth show nt the ginning of the season find wo will soIl thom nt from 10 to 331 per cent cheaper tunis former prices Now is your opporlunit to buy a good Overcoat nt a very low price Ladies and Misses Wraps Annything on our racks in thin lino whl be sold nt front 10 to 60 pOl cent reduction You cnn nlforcl to invest in ono of those garments fur next winters tio rhmeso prices means mone to you and it loss to us but wo lont mean to carry over a garment that tim price will soil Winter Waists and Skirtifigs- o have Skirtingsu which wo arts giving 25 to 60 pr cent cutsiq prio tthds which wo sold at from 75c to 1 per yard going at the round price of 50o per yard Waist t goods that sold at from ilic to 2ficl r yardcut to lOc and Uk per yard All seasonable and serviceable merchandise that ou btwo only tdso to appreciate More New Goods Our buyer has just returned from the mnrkots with now fresh Bargttiiis Fascinators at 25c 60c and 75c Ladies Vests and Punts 25c fiOc and 1 Union Stilts 25c 600 and 1 Mciis 41tHI Boys Gloves 26c 500 75e and 1- Mens Underwear 25c SOc 7 c1 nnd 150 Ions Wool Socks 25e to 40e Ladies fleeced Cotton Iloso iSo to 25o per pair Misses nnclchildrens-i Wool lIose 20c to 25c Overshoes for nil ages anti Leggings at flOm SOc to 1 per pair Heavy winter Shoes for Men Boys Lnclies mid chilqrn Rubber Boots for the water and mud Heavy luck and windproof work cants from 1 to 3 Bring us sonic good firstclass timothy or redtop hay or shucked corn ana got merchandise that will meet the do mantis oftho season atpric that mean a saving to you ES P BARNES BROnlKENTUCKY AVl R DAr r- OMlensboro 13 tll m KySlain IItt between Trllet and toUnr liNt attention RinD to stock Iladqunrter for OhIo COQDt ieolIe JAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor CumberlandTELEPHONE l AN- Drelegrapli Co Incorporaled Theres nothing the matter with my business I hove the Cumber and Telephone In my residence and place of My busIness has ucreased and my wllls voice Is nev- r heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for goo servIce and oentlemanly competition g P NOWhINiManlrl Tile PCruna Almanac The druggists liaye alrCady been upplled with PerUna almanacs There Is sure to lie n great demand for these nhnaneio ncconnt of the articles on astrologywhich they con tam Thsnbject of lltrology Is a- very attractive one thnicat people T eartlclesopastrolo y In the Peru ulalm ae have been furnIshed by avert competent aatrtlogist and the mental e1iara9terlstlcs 01 each hign lSI given copatituting almost complete horoscope rnt free upon request rhere will be a great rush for these books Ask your druggist for one early before they are aU gone a s The awful pangs of rheumatism are relieved by an application of Ramons Nerve and DIne Oil Large bottle wIth dIrectIons 25 eta J H Williams ttoO It traverses a territory rich In undeveloped resources a territory containing unlimited possibilities for agrlculturo horticulture stock rats lng mining and manufacturing And last but not least It Is The Scenic Routc forTour1stS The FrIsco System now offers the ttraveling publIc excellent service and fnst time JJet eon at Jous and Kansas City And pontsln Mlsaourl Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Toni tdry Texas Anti the Southwest poIntsInGeorgia Florida and the Southeast Between Birmdghaus and Mesa phIs and point In Kansas Arkansu OklAhoma Ithan TerritoryTexu and the West anti Southwest C Full InformatIon os to routo and rates cheerfully famished upon appll cation to Any representative the Company or to Passenger Traffic Department Commercial Building StIofnt LoulIf amae 3uzaaaasaas vir= t r c I 4 SPRING EMBROIDERIES and a grand lino it isi g beautyr= 9Rtodayf= I I 49 SPECIALS in this lino Noto thorn fi w 4 SPECIAL NO levohundred yardi of fino E 47 Cambric Embroideries width ranging from i j Jj to 21 inches big assortment of patterns which 41 never sold before for less than 80 or lOc Our i J SpceiteW a 1 SPECIAL NO 2Fivo hundred yards extra 9 1 fino Gambrio Embroideries width rngingfrom i47 3 to 4 i inches a beautiful selection tof pat bit 1terns nothing heretofore has been soon liko it zits b itsn47 SPECIAL NO IFivo hundred yards high = t+ bartll 41 sellat 35e Our Special prico is15cE 4t n 1 SPECIAL NO 4Threo hundred yards white t r 41 Embroidery Galloons tho very latest for Dress J Trimmings about 25 different styles to select = 41 from far tho prettiest lino over shown in 1Hnrtford These styles usually sell at 35c per = 1 yard Our Special price is 20c 4i 09 on Wo constantly on hand a complete lino of l tDeached luslins well known brands such as Hope = i i FruitofLoom Masonville Etc at lowest prices Ji Ira t TRADE AT THE BIG BARGAIN CENTER J i bfnn 9 bPf941 4 41 W WW WW We Bought Our Goods tot Soil wo bought them at prices wo can afford to soil and tho people can afford to buy Wo wont to tho markotsand hunted for BARGAINS and wo are going to givo them to our custom ors Competition in the sale of Dry Goods is sharp and tho merchant who oilers tho best goads for tho least money Is going to got tho tradS Wo had this idea in mind when vro M bought our goods and hero wo gro with tho S Best Goods for the Least Money Ever sold in Hartford Dont take our word I r for it but como in and seo for yourself Your pmorelsasIt goes to tho market for you ahd if ho pays high prices for his goods ho leas to chargo you high prices for thorn Wo hftvo what you j want at prices you want Como and see for i yourself Yours for trade r4BACH r Hartford Ky i Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 16 I f tCart011 Brox pay cash for Furs l Ladles Jackets now going At cost at flICllrson Gos t Go to City Restaurant lot 3 thing good to rat everYI t Celebrated Arizona Stoves or tIyW S TInsley MleI I Cnll on S T Barnett Cor Pickles and Krant I City Restaurant has the nicest line 1 of Candles In the City Fresh Oysters and Celery always on ljhand at City Restaurant Schiccicto Floating Studio will t ti We Hertford February I 1913 t Call on W S Tinsley for frcsh family Groceries Hardware and lof ing bugcIm 1 I 1iqnlter one year nil for only i 50 fTbe Eureka Mfg Co of nut St mot M want a man with rig to In coonI oo per theJy bility Send stnmp for full particu rf lars to EUREKA MFG CO Box 100 I neat St little III 251I rf J j tr Embroideries aIMr butch Tleltx Uatan was la town Tuesday ICol C M Bar lt returned to I Wednesday IIr Rowan Holbrook was in Louis the first of the w kIIMr Dan V Gibbs ot Rockport last week at Sturgla Ptnlts and Nets of all kinds con tautly on hand at City Restaurant Mr Lum Gully died Friday of cn sumption at Ida residence near Nar- rowa Groceries of all kinds and the very freshest at Carson Coa Free des livery Nicest and freshest 1101 Cakes and Crackers U JRarMord at City Restaurant I Getolr Jtodate steals o lunches vata la Hartford at CIty Restaurant Clothing tor everybody and at low price that will sprprleyL Con Co is the place Our old friend and former coeditor of the REroBUCAtf Mr Fon Rogers waa la town this week Who is the most popular young lady in Ohio county She will be given a fne rubbertire buggy free by TUB HARTFOD RBPUUUCAH and Owensboro Inquirer See announce rarest elsewhere Itching SkinDistress by day and night Tbati the complaint of thoso who art 10 unfortunate as to bo afflicted with Eczema or Salt Rheumand outward applications do not euro They The cantIscatlagboughtIa I attar I began taking It I felt better and It WM not long before I was cored Have new bad any ikln disease since Ma- IDs aK WARD Cove Point Md Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills rid tho blood of nil impurities and cam all eruptions Nice Fresh Groceries at Cleve Ilers Full line Tropical Fruits at Cleve Ilera A babe was born to the wife of Mr O M Seibert Monday The little one lived only about five hours Who Is the most popular young lady In Ohio county See the answer in another part of this paper A number of cattle have died recently in the Klnderhook neighbor hood from some disease supposed to be the deadly anthrax In a personal letter from Whipple Barracks Prescott Ariz Lieutenant W E Bennett asks us to convey his greetings to his many friends in Ohio county Ladles we know that Bargains are what you want and we also know that many ladles are yet in need ol Jackets We are now closing out our Jackets at wholesale prices Come and see CARSON Co The stockholders oi the Hartford Publishing Company at their annual meeting reelected the old Board of Directors with C M Barnett President Nicholas Barrass Vice President andS A Anderson Secretary and Treasurer I have opened up Jewelry and Watchmaking headquarters in the City Restaurant Hartford and am prepared to do all kind of work in ay line All work guaranteed ac cording to contract Iam located bets permanently and will appreciate your patronage WIll STBVKMS We leave Just received a new lot ofJ remnant Calico These bolts contain Sibs 10 yards all in one piece and 30 yards one lonrth to 2 yards long and B sell at II per bolt So you can de L peed upon out good dress pattern be big IBX ever bolt We will guarantee that you will find ten yards of same kind all In one piece jCARSON notice to Delinquents Do you owe us on subscrip ion If so this means you Wo have just put in a now on gino and attachments to run S our printing press which cost us 250 This machinery must bo paid for within tho next thirty days and wo are expecting you to help us raise tho money Wo have that faith in the integrity of our patrons that wo boliovo thoy will respond to this urgent need Tho yellow slip on your paper shows for what timo you owo us and if you do not havo a bankaccount of your own any merchant will furnish you a check which you can mail to us to sottlo your accountJInstitute Statement J Believing that the teachers of Ohio county would be Interested in know- Ing the disposition of the Institute fees which are collected annually I herewith publish an Itemized state Jmeat of the last Institute Institute fees 12100 HXPENSRS John Burke Instructor 6000 A S Tanner Secretary 1000 A C Taylor for piano 600 J Lea lime Janitor 265 Ball Game 105 Contest Medals 1000 Printing Programs 1200 e Certificates Attendance 150 Music ioo Miscellaneous 10 Total 0 104 90 Balance to credit ol Library Fund 1610 J M DKWUESB S C S A S TANNKR Secy Inst- FORDSYILLE Mr Clarence Smith was in Owens boro Tuesday and Wednesday Miss Julia Wright of Owensboro was guest ol Mrs Lee ntgom MondayrMr Fon Rogers of Greensburg was here on business last week Miss Myrtle Johnson Is visiting her brother Mr L T Jbbnsop at Ma rlon Mr Byron Bean of Dundee was In town lastPrlday- Miss Alma Ford will leave Satur day to enter school at the Owensboro Female CollegR Mr Jerry Tilford was off of duty as conductor on the Texas several days last week on account of being sick Miss Artie Wilson returned from hej hotpe Saturday tq resume her dqt I tics in the school until the public school has closed Mr Will Piland who has been In New Mexico sometime for his health returned last week somewhat Im provedDuring the cold spell skating Is the pare ReyI Mrs Bettle Davlsson Lloyd who was very 111 in Plttsbnrg Pa to whose bedside her mother Mrs J L Davisson has gone la reported a lit betterMr Holbrook brother of Mr M J Holbrook is here to attend schoolMr Willie Chambliss and family hove moved to the Richards farm near town and Miss Mable has enter ed school here We welcome Mr Chambllss and family into our com munity and are glad to have their Interest in our school Dr E W Ford of Hartford was called Saturday to attend the little daughter ol Mr and Mrs Lorenzo Marlow of near town who is 111 Misses Pearl Weatherford and Flora Haynes die in Owensboro attending a house party being given by Mrs Sterett Haynes School opened Monday with good attendance and although the first two weeks belong to the public school proper there are several new pupils and others have been in town to pro cure board previous to their matricu lation for the spring term Ten cent bunch of Cel ery for only 5c at the New Cash Grocery A Call and Endorsement for Sam A Anderson- We the undersigned Republicans of Ohio county hereby solicit Circuit I Court Clerk S A Anderson to make the race for reelection and we pledge him our hearty support We feel that he should have the nomination from the Republican party without opposition considering the long con test he had with the Democrats for the office after he was elected in 1897 CERAtVO John Duncan E M Kimmel W T Bishop J M Bishop W C Batton J B Bishop E W Smith H T Maddox Llge Davis B T Alleu T Carter B T Southard HBFUN Robt Webb A Webb G Stewart Gideon Heflln B Shaver W B Hefts W M Heflln Felix Shaver Sam Shaver UAGAN II Roach B H Morgan B Baughn G A Ralph- H A Babbitt J L Roach J C Roach a HORSB BRANCH Lon Thomas W C Leach G W Stewart C V Christian Oscar Awtry J T Haynes Foster J R Johnson Levi Allen Jacob S Ford Job Arnold Norman Camp W M Miller Emmett Wallace Robt A Miller Alex Foster ED Ford Elbert Ford T H Awtry W W Gatton- L W Camp J B Allen Ed Tabor W H Burden Jas Perguson Joe Miller A C James R L Boyd W P Miller G W Bond W F Malden James M Miller W T Jamison J A Arnold- H Mercer J W Ford C W Royal W M Combs Wm M Awtry M B Crowder SULPHUR SPRINGS W II Davis J S Lee E Bowers W M Murphy 0 P Willis J T Tucker Peyton Snllenger Len Able Heary Lawrence Pal Coots P Wlmsatt J B Lee W R Lawrence J B WeddIngc Mark Renlrow Thos Whlttlnghill W P Coots W V MldnlfiIVirgil Renfrew W T MIdkiffc T Cox G W Russell A B Wedding C L Armendt H C Crawford Joe H RanchcWesley Hines M R Jones Thos F Johnson A R RenlrowIW Thomas W Claude Renfrow Sam SmallwoodI R H Crawford T F Crawfordt R F Bean James Wlmsatt FORSVIUR G H Smith S P Roby E W Johnson G V Anderson T H Hedden G H Hedden S L Basham J T White W C Hedden Jas E Hedden D F Hedden T W ChlektW C Beatty W T whlttinghlll A P Loyd L R Dowell Ernest Basham W D White W T Wells 8 F Aubrey tC Aubrey D W TaulIH C Petty COOl SPRINGS A B Stanley C H Stanley S H Haws T S Williams E A Williams W L Williams H S HaskIns Hiram Taylor- G W Benson NARROWS Jio M Graham W J Graham A F Graham H L Carter W H Carter James Carter C C Carter S W Greer Thos M Shultz Thos B Shnltr W H Petty JasR Whitescarver Geo Cummings Andy Cummings J T Moorman Ed Wright J B Bewley Jno P Johnson- J P Berkley Walter V MinUS J YCondor L N Asklls t CT Gully W E CoppagI A J Thompson J H Coppage J P Petty T V Bratcher W 0 Cole J F Coppage J W Powers E R Powers Caleb R C Duff J B Foreman Charles Carter H F Foreman S Brown OwalSulnar It T Harasses F T Doling W S Sanders v W P Crawford Matthew Duncan Johnnie Baker J H Maxwell J M Coppage G B Aubrey J B Rummage W P Allen B D Foreman G A Bracher Moses Coppage The New Cash Grocery has just received a bar ref of firstclass New Or leans Alolasses 50c per gallon Marriage Licenses George L Russell Westerfield to Leota Gates Westerfield Claude Austin Beaver Dam to Maggie Peters Beaver Dam B L WhIttaker Bedo to Ida limes Beda George R Brown Narrows to Lu cy E Miller Sunnydale Porter Hunley Echols to Bessie L Rowe Centertown- M B Glllnm Ralph to Sallie A Midklfl Magan Hooker Williams Burksvltle to Saretta Austin Beaver Dam Nice Rice Clean Rice Good Rice only 5c per pound at the New Cash GroceryIResolutions Upon the Death of Jobn James Bozarth Hartford Ky Jan 8 1903 Hall of Hartford Lodge No 675 F A M- Whereas Death has again entered our ranks and our worthy brother John James Bozarth has been called from his labors here below to ever lasting refreshment In the Grand Lodge above be It Resolved That In the death of Bro Bozarth the Lodge has lost a faithful and ardent member the community- an upright and honorable citizen and the family a loving father and devot edhusbandResolved That we tender to the bereaved widow and fartherless children our heartfelt sympathies and com mend them to Him who never forsakes those who trust Him and who Is a father to the fatherless and the i widows God- Resolved That as a token of our love and esteem for our departed brother we wear the usual bade ol mourning for the period of thirty daysResolved That these resolutions be spread upon our records and that copy of same be presented to the family and that the two Hartford papers and the Masonic Home Journal be furnished with copies for pnbllca tlon J C RiLEY 1 F M WRSTEBFIBLD Corn G B LIXRrISe For anything In the Dry Goods Grocery Hardware Tinware Queens ware or Gents Furnishing Line call on Armendt Wedding Dnndae Ky Everything new and up todate Take them your Produce they will give you top prices and treat you nice 262t Finest Mince Meat you ever saw at the New Cash Grocery A Liars Contest For sometime after the cold weather set in the folks up at Narrows took a lively Interest in a Hang contest between James Whitescarver and Wil lie Cole First honors were finally awarded to Whltescarver and the community began to lose Interest in the matter But Cole smarting un derthe sting ol defeat and seeking some means to relieve his embar rassment hit upon the happy expe dient of splitting his tongue niter which operation he could tell two lies to Whltescarvers one which at once excited renewed Interest In tho contest Up to the hour of going to press Whitescarver hadnt decided whether he would apply the tongue splitting process or yield his honors his ingenuous opponent DRINK OLD JOE lf 1 The Best Whisky on Earth For sale by Honry Nail Hart ford Loo Chinn Hartford JA Bradley Rockport JasEspoy Rondor R W Ragland Horso BranchPERKINS MANNING CO DISTILLERS Onentburo Ky OASTonSAaBun theitsKind You Hare Always Boot Blgutuo 11 i- of ROBYHOTELT r Best 100 Hotel in the City Your Patronage Solicited ur Froilrictt 8t Owennboro Ky 14 Mother My mother was troubled with consumption for many years At last she was given up to Then she tried Ayers CherryPectoral and was speedily Avoca N Y No matter how hard cough or how long AycrsCherry best thing you can take Its too risky to wait until you have consump tion If you are coughing today get a bottle of Cherry Pectoral at once Tbm ilej 1 13t He tl All tJUts Consult tour doctor If lie It then do a ujn If he tellsyou not to take U then dont take know- Lesreltwith willingJ Mao t SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of Execution No 1990 directed to me which issued from the Clerks Office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor of the First National Bank against John R Phipps c I or one of my deputies will on Mon day the 2nd day ol February 1903 between the hours of i oclock p m and 3 oclock pm at the Court House door in Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt Interest and costs towlt Levied on this fifa on a certain saw and planing mill plant lot ol eavt logs and lumber located in the town of Hartford Ohio county Ky In eluding a boiler and engine sawrig planer belting and shutting and all other machinery and appurtenances belonging to said saw and planing mill plant and the land upon which same is located being two 2 lots described as follows 1st lot bounded on the north by Rough river on the east by the lands of J C Riley and the second lot herein mentioned on the south by the lauds of H P Taylor and on the west by the Hartford and Owensboro road which runs to low water mark on Rough river and which is to the beginning Lot 2 adjoins the above described lot and consists of three fourths of one acre more or less ands the same purchased from Mrs Bet tie Rowe by J W Ford and recorded in Deed Book No 10 page 72 Ohio county Clerks Office to which reference is made for more particular de scriptionThis made subject to a purchase money lien in taunt of J W Ford for seven hundred dollars aloe with interest from May 7 19 a and made by going upon the property de scribed and notifying J R Phipps and B B Collins of Bald levy TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of 3 months bond with approv d 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 isth day of January 1903 CAL P KKOWN S O C OAs nzABean theTbs Kind You Haw Atop togM Iltgnatar- ea2 11 of YMC A Notes Sunday afternoon the meeting was large and well attended We were glad to have several visitors with us men are Invited to these meetings The donation party was well at tended and the Association received many gifts Jlor which we are pro foundly thankful Regular meetings every Sunday af ternoon at 230 oclock Come out and spend an hour with ua next San day afternoon Rooms open every week day Come and see us AEC dipintobefore you buy it Lion Coffee comes in seated air tight packages no chance for or dirt or things to get in- Clean Fresh and Fragrant t TIC 4W5SW H I i ft i f44 t i t i i II i iHK ft Ie ECONOMY STORE i ICI a IIthe New Year with a full stock aCany whore Dont fail to look through our stock when aI you need anything in this lino Boys and Chil drons Suits olso in abundance Big lino of MOilsE Overcoats Tho cheapest in town See will cost you nothing to look Boots and Shoes Wo feel safe in saying that wo are headquarters 3E for anything in this lino you may need Try our J BLUE RIBBON and TWIN OWL Shoes for 40 Boys and Girls Rubber Boots guaranteed to bo ai tho best for both Men and Boys a- C Dress Goods Etc Ii illEtcI 15he I ECONOMYDRY IMRS SARA COLLINS SMITH Manager I iCiC t t t ttll lttltIat EXTRAORDINARY OFFER 100 Votes in the Inquirers Contest and That Pa per and The Hartford Republican One Year Each all for Only 150 Tho TwiceaWeok Inquirer of Owenshore is offering a fine 9000 rubber tiro buggy free to tho most popular young lady in Ohio county and THE REPUBLICAN has made special arrangements with that paper by which it can give 100 votes in tho contest together with tho TwicoaWeek 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 every week in tho year all for only 150 The TwiceaWeek Inquirer is a 7column 8pago paper and prints all tho importantnational and foreign as wdftas state and local news Its market reports are reliable tndj altogether it is ono of Kentuckys best newsP1lord Ballots may bo sent to this office and tho Vote of tho dif ferent candidates will bo announced in this paper from timo to time This offer is for a limited timo only for now subscribers so subscribe at onco How They Stand in the InquirerRepublican Contest OHIO COUNTY Miss Edna Ford1105hi-ssJessie Reynolds1100Miss Bessie Loydi 527 Miss NancySmith 520 Miss Mittio Bean 0 500 Miss Lolia Hunter400Miss Sophia Miles 310 Miss Bessie3arnes300 4 Miss Gussio Woodwardq48 CENTRAL fBUSINESS + COLLEGE Hartford DBLerLlruois3r A thorough and complete school of BOOKKEEPING and SHORTHAND Everything new and attractive Continues the ENTIRE YEAR Regular night classes without charge to regular students We teach everything necessary for a Business Course and nothing more We use the SAD DLERROWE Bookkeeping and GRAHAM Shorthand We teach TOUCHTYPEWRITING exclusively We prepare our students for POSI TIONS and help them secure one Spring Term opens JANUARY 12 1903 Terms reasonable Write for further information if desired nIlt It Hankins Pres Et W Patterson Vr Pres I I AlcgctablelreparationfotAsn LUngtheSlomnthsnronaw J sof = Promotes DjgC5t1onC crr ness andnestConlains ncllilcOplil- nirmNorphilte nor 10fillcraL DE t4InaeJ lattprdGVldcwt7yfltt7QRhe V JtwtS4r- csot c I m- ii14Jltbncthi 1 UonSourSlomachDlarrt Apafect TrmsColwu1slonsFetcrish t orConsUpn- nc opnn 9aW1d L089 OF SLEEP It cJE1V YORK tvRAPPEl71Ito rf Jrat COMPANY om Ithe and and in Old Old W S and Old fj ref TE oj i ap I rfa enD teacher one his line Graduate thLi eotlegu prclerred all theyear Ntedt can tort any time 1IItore alwye wekom to via and 1 to Cur Car the of and D A G P R E De P A O AT l S t t1ta I I I train I I December 7 the Chicago and New Or looD LImited lut veUbute train wllt epUt out Chicago runaing from lblClllIo Mum phi car train only Train No the Idmlled earrying only lollmB leeping can car will Cb- lfo dally et TOO pmtor MemphL Hot Atlanta and arriving New Orleane at 74dp m the next day No- voath wad taken they point new trainn 1104 + only and leaving Chicago 1i5 dally aad nrrlvtng hew Orlmne ran p Tr In addition the New Orleene S ecial tat day t tile BalINt lOlled the southern Iurlne for Antonio and Han Francisco Naeeet leering Sew Urbane dally Ildiia Ticket aDd other railroad ticket geDte perCouutlpnltonII gc- i 1 CASTULT For and Childr1 Kind You B Always Bought Bears 7 Signature of 1 1- 1Y Use Ove- rThlrtyYoar8 CASTORIA N CtNTAU 11W 01 SOl b COLLINS SALOON tBABTPORD Yr Hal Handles BEST PUREST Whiskies Wines Brandies town Rye Stone Inwrnational specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS COO lJoMKeellIlg BESTS CizAPESl7- i e Tpefdriltlt9Wle9ra LA1riFr t 3 experienced eacb apeclaUst in ur thonnall to E J WRIUl1T Pre- etqc R CHESEPEAKE It OHIO RAILWAY Short Line Now York Washington only Through Pullman Line Louisville Washington Througli Pullman Service Ne York Philadelphia and Baltin1ore Vestibule Limited trains Electric Dining Through Most Picturesque Regions America Famous Virginia Springs Mountain Seashore resorts JNO POTTS A PARSONS Cincinnati Louisville Ky IIf You Want To keep posted and otherw ise- veIlinformed subscribe for The Republican And get all the news all the time L All Kinds of Job Work NEATLY DONE THIS OFFICE tl IC Railroad Chicago and New Orleans Limited Exclusively 11 PJltmaD fr- omCHICAGO Jfater Timelteoctlye be or tu aInllman a dnIuwoeraad barretlibrary loon Spdage- NahvUe JackooDvllle at be on It etag- carIted totheaboye on wt m at rentloo7YlrOrleana willFjew of tll Limited lit Intormatlonot OeuliileearAgent +x rtllloortor pe- rupyaigasagderUcIrtvmsnaatcerrlcezio Infants The Ha the For TO Parker llIJlIIllc Missouri PacifiO- R InoI M UNT AIN ROUTE PRO- Meouis afld- l ftQpia Affords Tourists Prospectors or nome Seekers Best Service Fastest schedule to all points In Missouri Nebraska Ranpas Oklahoma Indian Terri tory Colorado Utah Oregon Call ornla Arkansas Texas Louisiana Old and New Mexico and Arizona RecllnlgChairFree Descriptive Literature Consult ticket agents or addresr R tG MATrm WS T P A KyILCSt Louts Mo CEI3lx oaXAB- aarI e tee You Matt Aiwa Boug- lllSlpture ctlhB iIII Hartford R publican FRIDAY JANUARY l6 illinois Contra Rail roadTImo Table New time card taking elleet Sunday Dee 7- 1902at noon Norrh nouad Month Doand- No122dee 031a m No 121 dm1117 n n- Solo2dee247pm 110101 due 2t7pm- No122dne1242pm Noln da02ap m Local Fiegtil No 191 due 72Aam Xo 193dne24pm- s D YAIMITEI Agent 00000000000000000000000000 g rUE RETURN Of I Bill CARVER g I Dalld II Talmodpo 0- Ay o ttrpgrtOAt mI by Dll Talmadg 8 00000000000000000000000000Conductor Flash a term applied In kindly derision to the passenger train on the Gooso river branch of a certain great western railway was called upon ono morning to apologize In behalf of his engineer and his apology from end to end Including ctops and slowdowns os the saying Is WM not entirely do void of entertaining features The truth of the matter lc sold ht addressing the principal kicker a tray sling salesman from Milwaukee that therlls only one man on earth who understand the teakettle that wo use In place of n real locomotlvo on this line and his names Dill Carver Dill knV her from the track up no gives her n pat hero and a jab there and she set tiee down to her paces like nn old tam fly horse But lot a ne v man take her and she either gets on to her hind legs and goes crazy or else she sulks and wont go at all WOrth mentioning Shes sulking this morning I should think sot growled the alit- waukeo man looking at his watch Woro forty minutes late now and Ill miss my train on the other road Whero Is Carver anyway What do they let him go away for without tak- Ing his hanged old steam pot with him lies ot Geneva Lake by this time replied the conductor IIo como down with us lost night lIes on his wed ding trip Dy George You wouldnt have known him togged out as he was In the regulation black with his hands In kid gloves and his feet in patent leathers IIo could hardly drag his gaze away from his bride long enough to recognize the teakettle thnts a tact IIo was simply soaked full of love or whatever It Is and he was purring like a kitten Id never have believed It ot him for of all the moan things L ever heard any ono soy about women liS II sex and about marriage os an Instltu- tlon hod said the meanest lIe never bad any patience with Idiots who re pose confidence In petticoats Ito said women were nil false as hndell and foolish os barnyard fowls lie was married to his ridiculous old engine he was and ho never wanted anything better In this world Of course we mar sled fellows know when ho spouted that sort ot stuff that hod been dis appointed In some love affair and that ho didnt really menu all ho thought ho meant hut none of us was ever able to pump him out So wo just laughed at him and told him that sooner or later hed meet something In petticoats that would jerk him over the line and Into the roundhouse os a mogul jerks o sick switch engine It mado him snort to tell him that but Its precisely what happened It I over saw a man whod lost the lost vestige of his power ot resistance It was him last night Uo was coal In the scoop of the fire man nothing else How did It happen asked the Mil- Waukee mono glancing again ot his watch and settling resignedly Into his seat Well as near as I con make out from what I was told at WhlpplelIIe yesterday by a chap who lives next door to Dills brides folks up at Correy Center It was mostly DIIIs fault that ho dldnt get spliced long ago Instead of going away In a huff and turning himself Into n moko believe woman hater The girl liked him all right but she was tike most glrl9sho didnt like to wm too easy Bill might have un derstood her it ho hadnt been so lacking In ordinarywhat do you call it perspicuity Ho sized up a woman just os ho did on engine lIe expected dea alto results When ho pulled the tbrot tic ho expected her to go and when ho put on the air ho expected her to stop and when she dldnt do these things ho got mad Furthermore he gave the girl to understand plain enough that ho was dead gone on her and that was another mistake Dos fair square and aboveboard Dill Is and ho has mighty little patience with any one who tries to take advantage of him rios no fish to bo played on a string ho SOS Now there never was a healthy girl I suppose who wouldnt ploy with a chap otter Eho was sure she had him hooked Its the nature ot em And thin girl did things just to make Dill mod She flirted with other fllllows and she had little spells of false agony when she made item think hed done something she dldnt like and wouldnt tell him what It was and she twitted him on his looks which arent specially handsome and altogether she carried tocplaco would have brought her up with n round turn And at last ono night tour years ago Dill reached the limit and for about on hour ho road the riot act to her lie was like a life or death special on a new trnckslmply shut his eyes and made her run Then when hod got through ho slammed his hat over his eyes and bolted never looking ot the girl Ill bet O she was holding out her hands to him and trying to get her talk pipe to work A woman can toll usually when shos gone too far and almost always shell come down from her perch peaceably enough It- shos given the right sort ot a chance no dldnt go back to Correy Center after that until about two weeks ago no wouldnt have gone then only that his mother was sIck and wanted to see him before she reached the end of her run So lie got a ten days layoff and set his teeth together as It ho was go- Ing Into a den ot lions orn baby show Free Curo for Sick Hoadacho Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are a certain cure for sick headache It taken as soon RS the oppearsIheyfree sample at all druggists drug store and give them a trial or something like that and went The old lady was better when ho got there Within a week she was sitting lip and Bills excuse for staying In the house with her woro pretty thin lIe saw the girl go past several times and he noticed that she looked In with Mn expression on her taco that reoeunt1d anxiety but It never occurred to 1111 that she was so anxious to make up with him that she couldnt eat nor sleep And I expect hod have gone back to his dear old teakettle without finding It out If It hadnt been for nn accident Ho was standing In front of the vii lago ostomco ono morning waiting for the mall to bo distributed l1e was keeping his eye peeled for the girl fie dldut want to meet her Ile was afraid lIe reasoned that It could do no good and would bo contoulllledly embarrassing Ile never carries u false face with him mil docsnt And then too ho wosnt absolutely sure ot himself lie knew down deep In Ids steam chest that he hind about as much affection for the girl os hod ever hall and ho rather susplctoued that If he met her taco to taco hed make three or tour kinds or tool of himself lIe could see her house from where ho- stoodi1 pretty place In a regular snarl of roses and honeysuckles and flower beds and Ive a notion that he looked at It with something of longing and regret It was only natural that he should Welt while he was standing there an old friend of his ClIme up otn horse back and asked him If ho wouldnt do a favor for him lIe wanted Dill to take the horse home Some business had unexpectedly claimed his Immedl ate attention and ho dldnt like to leave the horse stnnlllng on the street Ho thought Dill might like a ride any way Of roune Hill said he would He didnt know any moro about riding horseback than a woodchuck knows of dairying but hc never hesitated to accommodate n friend IIe got his mall and climbed Into the saddle anti In less than three minutes something was doing In his vicinity Tine horse was a spirited beast with a habit of shying at everything whIch seemed to offer on excuse for It and every time ho shied Hill stuck In his heels and every time Bill stuck In his heels the beast took It fIB an invitation to make speed half way down the street ho was galloping right merrily A little further and ho was giving a tolerably correct imitation of Carry Ilerrmmn and Bill was bouncing like a rubber ball IIe said 1Vhoa but It dldnt seem to baa any effect his mall which he had tucked under his arm was scattered broadcast It downlll on HIl presently that he was being run away with but he dldnt lose his head DIU never loses his head Said ho to himself Ive got to shut off steam And he stretched himself on the beasts neck reaching for the nose and ho got a grip on It and the first thing that horse knew ho couldnt breathe and something was on his neck tor lUll had bounced clean over the shoulders and he stopped dead still legged ns a sawhorse But DIU dldnt stopnot at once Uc went on and ho landed plump on a pansy bed In tile yard ut tile end ot the street and when lie opened his eyes he was looking square Into the face ot the girl who and been sitting under a tree reading neither spoke for a mowc L The girls color came and went and Bills breath did likewise but pretty soon tho girls wits which were In working order It seems asserted themselves Olt Will she said Im so glad youve come back to melt DIU raise himself on his elbow In a dazed sort of way and tried to say something but his breath wasnt quite equal to It And the girl went down on her lutes and wrapped her arms about him So glad dear she murmured They sot married Thats all there was to It And were doing the best we con till tlllY get bock from their honeymoon trip rime semblance of a smile appeared upon the Milwaukee mains face I suppose that under the circumstances well have to forgive him he said But by Jingo Im sorry were going to miss connections ot WhlplcrlUe Im to be married myself tonight If I cnn get to Curllnsburg- Pshawi said the conductor You dont say Then ho chuckled Guess youll have to go horseback wont you Not on your silver plated punch replied the Milwaukee man decidedly Old nrldal Cutom There used to bo a custom of strewing flowers before the bridal couples DS they went to the church and from tho church to the house Suppose the way with fragrant herbs wer Blrewlnlr- AU things were ready we to the church were going And now supposo tho priest had Jolneol our hands Is n quaint old verse that refers to this custom The Persians Introduce a treat their marriage feasts laden with fruit and It Is the place ot the guest- to try to pluck this without the bridegroom observing If successful the must present the bridal couple with gift n hundred times the value of the object removed In Tuscany brides wear jasmine wreaths and there Is a legend that a once reigning grand duke who at great expense procured this flower for his own particular garden gave orders to lain gardener not to part with any flowers or clippings but time gardener who was In love took a sprig to his sweetheart as a gift She shrewd planted It and raised from f several small plants which she sold t the dukos envious neighbors at a grea price In n short time sho hail saved sulUclent money to enable her lower nnd herself to marry anti start housekeep lng arid so the Tusemts have a sl1lng that the girl worthy of wearing tl10- jasmlno wreath Is rich enough to make her husband happy i 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