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I II ir z HARTFORD EFPTIEi1ICANv THE i c c r UFineJ 1qrSSp ia fY OFFICIAL onn QT THE PAin II THE FOUiTBCONGEmONALDISUICT Subscription 1 a year I VOL iv TI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 23 1903 NO27 J A tackllIor lii winning II races but a question or belug able only to man who suffering from malnutrition II like the fettered swimmer Ills townch and Its aWed organi of digestion and nutrition are dlllnscd It ii not a winningIn limplykeeping 9137 Whenever dleaSC- alTects the Momach it ii also the blood and the health of every or bodyrotfood converted intO nutritlonand nutrl lion Ii the lire of the body and neTT organ of 1L Doctor Pierces Golden Medical Iflscorery curetdlrH of the maekand other o nl of digestion and nutrl lion It purifies the bTood and cssbies the perfect nuttitlon of the body which mean perfect health In4Irlion I sicUatime3 from thtee doctor r so bed r could hstdly s t InaInDr I1CTtta Golden Mt4lcat Oticovery L IIeaaat PSUCIL Ikrore r had taken enui litsto 557 r owe my ure to Dr Iierce Accept no substitute ror Golden 11MEDiscovery There Is nothing as good for diseases or the stomach IThepapercoveriissatfree a t pay expense of milling only Mdirws 4ULVIceiIt NV- b SouthernwRailway w TllroaKh II ht 1lt8utbera8tst- KENTUOKVTENNESSEE South OAROLINA ATAUAMA VIR 4 rnNIA North OAHOLINAGIWn- GIA and MISSISSIPPI IIu WII thri nallT I alas ntaHaIAtIITitle ansI leztngiua Trstaatay sad anlv honIIIIfronKopnth o- Stiwi Vnlqu Ipotronectllia with trala ur tie 111101 cantrs Itellrusl end L 11 All rR n o Furlslorwstload4rra A Wutnus I TStUlb 4nIAlulllIiwSIL Tsuoa AssIstant 01 A Lyon Laxative IJlUp f5 n tgetable preparatlow abioate1citlBtnlul hi its effect it acts the kidneys liver and bowels cure co iWpatlon bllloaeH sick laudleke Mean the conplezIon and lIIuel tiltIMood pure remedy for rest es u adults Porvlebyj Thns Allen RoalneZy NEW THROUGH UNEtnWlllt l V4ISWIU ANDI CHICCOeA new through car lIne has beenn established lor the entire distance over the Illinois Central betweel d- Uvanavill and chicago the line being I via Mattoon Champaign ned the roadI rom Uvansvflie to Mattoon lormerlI a part of th 1 P n Ry TIle t- servlcea Is as tollows NORTH BOUNDoDally nx Sunf Lv Rvansvile 730pm 7301111c Ar Chicago 7ooam 7ooPc SOUTHBOUNDDaily I lIZ Sun Lv ChIcago 840pm 830Lm ArBvanstlite tho3amn 3o pmt Through lleeptut cars OWl night train and through free reclining chair art on day trains Tlcktt of yourt local ticket age- ntSubscribe for TilE HAUlORD ItEPUDLII CAN LOO pCI year in advance r w I have had ocwlon to us Jour BIackDrsut Stock and Poultry Md dill and am to say that I MVCt used r toU that Sive hill I- Ii good sUsIactIo4 I heartily ncoo mind IUo ill owners of dodo JD BELS1IER SL Louts Mo- c Sick toci r should not eat cheap itocklood more than sick persons shouldcxect to be ue Wl and pou1tfl5r6 DOlI sick lYlImed JJclne lest atoc1doodl auid stirup torpid liverand the animal wtU be 4 blo to cure it Bkck iruught1toe andPoultrr Medicine nIIo4V bowels tIe the nkcur V7malady of stock Itji1ck4rauRbt ItO ftmMctIcino for ttltten tlmelover lrOlHlworkbeU Oowa- Ivl 1J10f0 milk hogs atn flesh And henllay snore It the problem of mitking U much blood 1 as possible out Ol the smallest amount Olumed Buy a can from your dcab 7I IK1Y h DRAT v Mrs Fortney of Central City Roasted She Was RenderIng Lard in Her Yard When Her Clothingc Caught on Fired CentralCIty 1Cy JiB 14Mu 1Ethe wlte of a very prominent ftlltn was fatally burned I at 730 o lokk thit nortnIng er I body u bircied almost toacrlsp 11111 UtCudUlolS snEering In tense agony she llegsred until z15 o- oclcktWi ft ltooll1tb a death re lIeitt her efekigi At the Use of the dreadlel tlccldeut Mrs Fortaey wu engaged Ii render siglsrd ARre hid been madela the back yard and over It a kettle wu- blllgI8 ta pilling to and Iro en aged la her work lire Portuey In- ome mann r got too near the fire wl her dress was Ignited Instantlyb he was ablze And before could reach her md the fire extingo lsbed the lower part ofher was- iterally burned blachdMrs Portney was ortney a prominent and Influential citizen and one of the wealthiest men n the county She was a member ofbhe well known Radu family and was sister of Mr Willlm Bade tbeI well known coat merchant and r ot Paducab She was a devoutt ember of the Baptist as an estimable and most wotthyb oman Besides her iotheri Mrs Portuey Is ant vlvtd by a husband mud live children tbree of whom lIe grown PDontThis Ii easier said than done yet Ite may be of some help to consider thee If th cause Is somethIng- ver which yot have no control It is- bvious that worry1n will not helpt the matter la the least On the oth s er hand If withIn your cortrol you ave nly to act When ou have a cold and kit an attack of pbenmonllt bl a bottle 01 ClaambKllla CoaabC eled1 and ate I judIciously and ill- ause lot sorry U to the e1IIt qulclr disappear Thereil no din rei eta ibm It Ia used isle by aU drntlucS Let the Irall HelpIThere are farmers who rise by or lour oclock In the morning nd who Invarlmblfet their suppers byalttficlalllKht They are too tired- venings to read papers so they do ot take allT and for the same reason hey only answer their wives In ioway monosyllables Almost be orethe supper dlihea are cleared way they areol to bed nd are up gain as soon U some ocult latlma ion demonstrates that daylight Is not so yeryar away They do not il their harD ell l or look alter their arm tools orprae their apple trees r do IIIr of the little bundred and- ne thIngs that are the rut proiit of ara becAuse they have no unit Work Is always tiowding tkew and are too tired to make plans beI wetu on dip labor and another Mid so thIs erltloea OD year liter year ud they are scare able to hold own They would put In a few more hours If they conid but already hey are robbing both ends or the night and It is impossible for them pilfer more They are too busy tiered to reason the thing out die pualonately so they become morose and discontented and dllbealtenedI They have neighbors who ire pro perous and mnccessui and whose cbltdren have time to attend scbool and attend gatherings and they wonder rebelliously for the neighbors do not work as hardi as they These Isrmers are dolng4hclr best In their war toget on the woW and they sire working just as earnestly and lovingly for the welfare of their chih- dien as are their prosperous neIgh hors But they have never httP brought to understand the talue of brain and bands working togetherf that labOr well planUed ii balfdotm- eTber seek prosperity with blInddili- gence and falling to grasp It Ntrug gle more persistently more Btuhborn- ly perhaps niore hopelessly than ever It Is hard to rcacb them for they andtheIr wives andtbeir children are toiling U Only hardworking f4rmera taU and they have n9 faith or time Or paJl lce r rnewldel Tlieyrk on for yiaraot a life jjiBefnthevieInit of preitesiil- ceihbri t aa4 aever realize that ith tkeywho are Ii tbe fault aadllot blin4lnck It Ii lacompfeYellsbT Ito the list teir tC1tacre iloonbbdt tiitCiisPr0tM1I tksntkevcaere Iota of theire1gki- brP1 who are carefsll the selentior- oi ieed and whese crops are hoed arah and agais an ottes uUe bund becomes bflked All hltlei with corn so It Ii with eerthin elae Their ochrl yield only iI tItbecftkDthit are pruned ar- welicared for and their berrydllea and plntssoon come tkokedwlt weeds and cOse to bear They are iulilill tnbltioua of big fields and big farms and Plany cultivated acres and they work as only willing men can work iio keep them tilled But the farms are ItO large and the fields too brrad and the acres too ninny and In spite of the hours they rob from sleep their work fails behind as the Gellson and In the fail when their rops ire gathered In they wonder why their one hundred or two hun ied acres yield less than tile ilt7 or seventyfive of their neighbors And no they go onwork- ng without planning and only corn ii frealiv by chance perhaps That grop1ng hands carinot reach sue C46II without the Intelligent guidance f a trainAgrIcuItural Ilpitomist- THuNDERM0UNTAIN- Rfchdst Gold Find In The World Every day Is making history at Thunder Mountain Every stroke of pick drives deeper Into the ore ody and necessitates R new scale of- alues for the ore Ore which on the ofthe mountain averaged 3 6 per ton runs to hundreds of- ollars as the tunnel is driven in lootI by foot Into the ore Ills a conditionj unparalleltd In the history o world over There Is not a dayI ut brings some new revelations c rkhnes The facts of the gold discovery of- hunder Mountain stagger the mind he figures dazzle the ImaginationI Mountains of god een a figure ofapeech Ot TbunderI Mountain the phrase expesses an ex- ICt tact The story of this new gold field as Willlm Allen Wblte told In the- hiladelphia Saturday livening Post the wonder and amazement ulIvery reader The sum of that story b briefly stated by the SurvtyorGeuI erat or the State o o the Government aS lour thousaodc quare mites seamed with mineral odges or great extent and rlchuessI Only 800 square miles of the dim rict have been prospected and this comparatively small slice of the great miners area is forty times greater thanlthe Cripple Creek district Croup Tile peculiar cough which indicates rou la usually welt known to the niothers ol croupy children o time hould be lost In the treatment or It and for this purpose nO medicine has received more uulvtfllal approval Chamberlains Cough Remedy Do not waste valuable time In exper meflting with untried remedies no matter how highly they may be tee omtnended by give this medicine ns directed and all symptoms ot croup will quickly dlappear For sale byI all druggists oa8fTOn 4J- arithe 1tidYaiKalAlwaTsWt J Charitable Charity Newspaper2 practice two kinds or- ehanty One Is the uncharitable klllll accompanied by a brass band done purely foradvertising purposes and the other ts tbe sort thatfsp- roimpted by purely charitable mo- Ilvek The great New York World haahowfl itself an exponent of the lattkltlad by quietly performing an act ofchafity Christmas day that has never been surpassed by any news paper Ilowevar the charitable deed we have been fortunate enough to discover la not the only one of its kind for which the World should receive credit for that paper accom pUshes a vast amount of good In an unostentatious way The World fed one thousand poor lamllles on ChrIstna3 day but It didnt take three or four columns In telling about It In truth It barely published the fact and to avoid hay lug the public think that iwas done for ulterior reasons the food was dig trlbuted by wellknown charity organ lzatlons which knew where It was west needed The World footed every Item of the expense Verily an act of true charity perlormed In the proper spirit Dislocated Nor Shoulder Mrs Johanna SoderhollD of Per gus Pallll Mlnn fell and dislocated beroboulder She had n surgeon get It back in place as soon as possible but ft was quite sore and pained her verY much Htr son mCntloned that he bad Seen Chawberlalu Pain HaIti dyeitLsed for tipralns and soreness atilt abe kedblul to buy beta bottle 011111 whIch he did It quickly reo sleepfpleasedrlie has stnce tcommended It to many druggistsI CASTORIAPer nt KIM VII Have Always Bought ears th Slpatveof d 1S BLOODY DEED South carolinas LIeutenant Gov ernor Assassinates Edt itorN G Gonzales In Cold Blood COWARDLY CRIMINAL IN JAILI The name of Tillman already odious to the country through the hoodlum conduct of South Carollnas senior United States Senator wasI made douby so last week when IIeutI Gay Tillman of that State and nephew o Senator Tillman cowardly murdered editor N G ouzl1es onI the streets of the State CapitolI Wbiiwa1klnr quietly and unarmI ed Irons his office tohis home for lunch editor Gonzmlea was shot down without a word of warning by the cowardly ruffian whom South Caro inalana had elevated to the office or Lieutenant Governor While Tillmau was a candidate Gonzales In his paper The Register insisted that TRuman possessed that I unfitness for holding official position IIassassination foul deed The two men had not spoken to each other for several months and the attack was totally un Gonzalea While not Iemurderousfatal pistol ball bad pierced body leaned against a wall and blSI dressing his assailant said have killed me shoot again ouIcoward TlI1man was Immediately arrested and Incarcerated In the city Jill On account ot the turbulent char c of the assailant and the popular ty of the assailed It looked for a while like Tillman would be called to immediate account for his foul by an angry populle but sober counsel finally prevailed and the cut wilt be reserved for legal punishment It can bra Senatorial Convention At a meeting or th Republican Executive Committee of the 7th Senatorial District held at Beaver Dam Ky December o r902 It was ordered thllt a convention be held la each or th voting precincts In said district on Saturday July it 5903 at 2 p m for the purpose or electing delegates to attend a county convention to be held at the county seat ol each county In slid district on Mon day July 13 1903 at I p rn which county conventions shall elect dele gates to attend a district convention to be held at Hartford Ky Saturday July tS I93 fit I p m to nominate candidate or State Senator In said district The representttlon In the county convention shall be one dele gate for each 2S or fraction over t2 votes cast for McKinley for President representatlonbe one vote lor each zoo or traction over 50 votes cast for McKinley for President In io The candidate receiving a majority ofall the votes cast in said district convention ball RepubIIcaaator In said district- NICHOLAS DARRASS Chmn S RAGtANH Secy Free Cure for Sick Headache ChamberlaIns Stomach and Liver Tablets are a certain cure for sick headache II taken as soon as the first Indication or tbs disease appears they will prevent toe attack Get a free sample at all druggists drug store and give them a trial S Democrasys Character Whoopeel Cal Bryan says that the Democratic party must now establish a character Now dont that nearly kill you lust think of an old hulk gin party that has been drifting and belting about over the sea or politics foe abOut a hundred year and has not yet established a character Dilly bless your old gullible gourdseed soul dont you know that a person or party has got to have some staving powergot to believe something and stick to ItInorder to establish a character And dont you know furthermore that your party has changed tactics every time the moon changed for thee hundred years Democracy has got a reputation and a mighty bad one at that but It will never have a character as long as It follows your leader ship and you neednt be trying to build It one by pumping the fruit olr your mouth Into It You might as well feed an old cow on green apples andezpect her milk to make apple butterRq1cpolt ournal A Southerner on Solidity Itnory Speer Judge of the dlltrlct court 01 the Souther district orGeor- gh had been talklngabout thedla crimination against negroes I his section and be does not appr vC of It though hels a Democrat What be recommends Is IItbe enactment of 1m- partlat1aws or black and white alike which will admit to thefranchise the Intelligent the upright and the re sponstble of both rices and exclude the venal the Ignorant and the 5 I- IL worthless As Judge Speer Is a man of observation and high stand lug In his community his views may possibly represent the opinion of a considerable body of the Souths thoughtful people His views ate the correct views There should be no discrimination at the polls on the color line Au edu I catloral qualification or any other restriction which would shut out the Ignorant the Immoral and the shift leiI would be agreeable to the people of the North There are educational qualifications In some of the Northern states and they apply to both races Indiscriminately They were never Intended to operate against the blacks and shield the whites Doth races- are hit by them where their members come underthe restriction provIded by the statute Such law or laws which would operate against all the defectlves regardless of color are what the South sboud have Obviously however this Is not what the Southern politicians want They want to have the black men good and bad shut out from the sur rage and the whites of all sorts be allowed to vote In that way as the bosses of the Southern Democracy be- lIeve the Democratic party can keep n the ascendant In the South Perhaps they are right in this At any rate the Democracy seems to be prete- ty firmly intrenched in many of the policyIwhich has raised a roUd North to con Iront a solid South It Is one of the things which has put the Democratic party In such a contemptible minority In the nation In politics liS In other things dishonesty is a pretty bad pollcySt Louis GoleDewo rat An Old Mans New Years Day Sixteen years ago this New Years Day there appeared at the office door or a Western dally newspaper a friend less sallow laced young manbun gry o look andshabblly dressed I am starving and want work raid be to a man nearing the hall century mark a a Five years afterward the young man was editor of the old wus pa per the latter was prosperour and all- wai harmony for a while The young mans appetite craved for bigger game and when be finally accepted a position on R New York City paper he went with the venerable blessing a a It A little over three years ego there ambled down from the composing room of one of this citys great dailies a being bowed dccrpit and miserable An old man and useless muttered be to himself sadly and sarcastically He bad visited several offices seeking work as a writer Palling this he sougbt to become a worker In the composing room But luck and old age were against him i His once prosperous business hadI gone to the wall friends ollonner days evaded him on various pretexts as they generally dO when adverql ty knocks at the window The old mada wile died and with property swallowed up by litigation he turned his back upon the scenes of the West which had been familiar to him since early youth a a a- But the East held out no hopes rorI he whose life was nearly spent Charity for they who beg but no sympathy for they who seek work when lifes tide uIws toward the setting sun W- As It the old fellow passed on down the stairway he meta wellgroomed man a man whose face seemed lawll- lar The younger one was attracted by the elders appearance Then there were mutual rlaces Are yqu ror whom I worked once asked he with a lICe just begun a a I- tMter the shaking ohands the old gentleman was guided to the autocrat or the composIng room where he was by request given a position The young man or whom I have written Is now a great night editor whose word is law with hundreds of newspaper workers whose ability and tact have made his newspaper one or the great successes In newspa per history No word of recognition ever passes between he who was and who made he who IsI The blgbn1a sled night editor no doubt believes hc did all that he was called upon to dcr for the man who made It possible him to draw 30 once every wtek for six days work Perhaps you or I- woufd have put an arm around tbe old mans waist and with gentle lead Insr tken hIm to our own home to live In quite peace till his Master beckoned him to a seat lu His temple But while we are discussing In out own minds what we might bave done there works high up In a tall building during the darkened hours of the night a sad feeble wan whose few remaining days might be nlad- eplfafanterbuUorthe odlty or humanI nature which la a study a perI plexttyNewipaerdQui I PLUCKY MRS PESCHSPROTECTS HER ENTIRB BAWLY WiTH PBRUNAI HAS A HAPPY HOM EII SUU IISiISSSSbpsrpppsp p This Beautiful Mother Says I Cannot Help But Praise Peruna faI Am Never Without It As Soon as I Find the Children Have the Least Cold I G I v e Them Peruna CIA Few Doses Helps Them One of tho greatest foes with which every family has to contend Is our changeablo climate To protect the family from colds and ls B serious problem and often Imposlible1 Sooner or later It is tho Inovitablo tate of ovory ono to catch cold Care in avoldingoxposuro and the uso of proper clothIng wUl protect from the frequency and perhaps the severity of colds but with the greatest of precautions thor will come This Is a mottled fact of human experience Especially il this true during the stormy and unsettled weather of early winter Everybody must expect to be caught somewhere or lomobo- wPorbpl It will be wot feet or cold draught or damp clothes or may be too close conilnomontln hot rooms and then IOUlg out Into the cold carelessly or U stood test Half this Pay Enclosed RootIIV8r DOES IT PAY TO BE A MILLIONAIRE r t waits A 4ILIIOaAIflL- fow many tlmee J han wondered Stow lIIe would oem dear heart f from our nlodeet dalllng- 8ttta should depart It the cottage became a castle Purnlshd with treasure rare And WI had everything that wed have If I were a mIllIonaire I Suppose dear a etatel butler Awaited your ever IIIPII And the water upon the table ubould change to a sparkling wille I Bappde that a dainty pheasant our now humble fare And the table groanit with the tbIna wed have If I were a mflltonalr- esulpoe thatour table sheltered Vail many a well groomed stead- that you rode In sour Vie to conifort Or bunted orlIeld and mead I l4uppole that each dllJ brought nothing of worry and trial and care AI weye often the days would he- If 1 were a millionaire Would the logs I l the hearth burn brighter Than thoe our tiny grate Would the freling of home be stronger II dinner were served la stat Would a spin in your Vie be better Than our walks in the rare Would the love in our heart be III were a millionaire 7- lVouId we he more to each other II troublrs were uwelt away Would tile sun In the Wlllt glow softer Than now at the doe or day rUe Ie bat a mighty hlartthrob And the love that makes lIIe fair Would he no greater and truer dear If I were a millionaire Colorado Springs Inuit e PRESS ASSOCIATION A Business Session at at Seelbachs At the meeting or the Kentucky Press Association at Owensboro- last summer it was decided to hold a midwinter business session at Louisville the calling of which was left to the Exexutlve Committee That committee has Issued a can for the meeting at Seelbacha Hotel Ia Louis yule next Tuesday The meeting will be called to order at 2 octock p tn while thepress men will erjoy a banquet In the ev- enlng the meeting will be strictly a business One for the purpose of developing the best methods of newspa per making Many oC the newspaper men hi the state will read papers or addresses along the line mdi- cated Among wilt be R WI I I I U I S S I S S C S S 5 U U C S I S S may ho ono of a thousand other little mIshap but no one Li shroud enough to alwsyj avoid the Inevitable catching cold Sometimes ooldi oom like ass epi- demIol everybody seems to have one atone The very nit about 11111 poison to IangsThere science bettor known than that Poruna cures catarrh wher yer located Thousands of families in alt parts of the United States are protected each winter by Peruna Once in the family Peruna always stays No home can spare 10- rana after theflrsttrlalOflt Asplendld- examplo of this tACt Is found in tho beautiful homo of Mrs Paul Peaehelt of 14 Qultman stroot Newark N J Read her letter 5 NEwunrt N 3 Juno 171000 Dr B D nartma- nDelltSIrMy three children were sick and my husband had art stiack of- Iagrppc lIIvO the children Persist and vow they Joea II thoy hathst been sick lit all I 11th gao 11thny husband until be was good lltidwell I do not know how Iccudhave jloet- lWlnl care ofthemndbeIngup nhta- nd day hadit not been MPsruas Last winter was tbe first wisteria sixteen years that I did not have a- coUgh It la Impoulble to ufJlllll my thinks Iworlc I nvw IHkU 11loftw Persist Jj eu- taiayiwmM rmJITl1 liJlf 11 j hawork IIsluwlzrj IIIflgetaloaglorEf so that I 11111 lie IItroIJI sa4 weIi the use of Hart will deal with a will handle n edUtor of the Herald John D or the and others will will be taken 10 Hotel in the by a at which five talks ou affairs will be the order Blue Ill Ely Drol I have used your Cream Baits In my for nine years and It has lam fly doctor or colds In the hind I use It freely It Is a to Yours J Messrs Ely Dros I with catarrh and effect Alter using one bottle of your Balm I found and I cannot too such a Miss Corn N Y F The Ice the A madtn fair sith hair came down the street her lace serene her age whiz I but the was sweet On slick she came down with a that shook her curls but the words she used must be she Is one of the nicest girls on His I In Our South last tbht Vu Ma of Ohio l g If the ont t wJ1 he did It at atfd will he not We would lIke to get at who named Yu Ka U C p s s p p s P U S S S I USS S I S S 5 help butpr never 16 andas IlOO11 III find the have the leat cord give thorn Peruns A w doses bet and that every one wL reads my try II It Is II friend Indeed yours AIRS PAUL 14 N J I A Doctor- Ptrnna has on used in many other homes with the spmo reault The tole are Mn Y E Say mour Dye Ga writes r- U I rm speak BJOW words In tayOr of Peruna and I hay tried them for every ill of life for and family and find to bo all the doctor claims them to boo Peru na Cured mo otfemale trouble when my dockr could not My advice to all women Is consult Dr What ho has done for me ho will do M E Added 40 Maria Ooertz elect UM haband and hire uiod your and weal keep thorn In the house in Mrs Marta Goerta Th latest book on catarrh any4dresepeaof matter and I w1l1 be fomuid In them to guard and cure tho man llLtfo ailments of that como with the soysre of Winter Groves Tonichas the 2S tkankstopcrunsaadyourgoodadykBrown oveiOM ndabottles Does record No Cure No Sac wk every Black PIli loverty Jleplaced thought cMpal1l twilight greater Louisvill- eTuesdayBanquet annual leading deliver these headlines Charlie illustrating country weekly Charlie Meacham patent medicine advertising Young Allison Louisville Babbsge Breckenaidge Newsj deliver addresses Dinner Seelbachs evening followed smoker thinutes practical newspaper blerii1 81114 ioI- Messrg limily becommy onluy children Godsend children respectfully Kimball suffered greatly tried different remedies without Cream relief praise highly remedy Willard Albany cause unklssed tripling 16gee thesidewalk quick jolt excusedfor OHIO COUNTY BOY Wins Fame MusIc And Name County correspondent wFek announced Hunt county had IJlor SouthIsts WIilome enlllhtenu pleasewhy wbere1t11 Subscribe for The Hartford Republieran and the Louisville Heraldboth papers tone yea for S1- 25III cannot sPeruns- an without children them Ihopo testimonywil Ptmlns ThankfUI7 PESCHEL QuftthagL Newark SaftamuIy lowing samplest roadyto ManalIn nearly myself thou mi- ferliig nutman fo- ryonMrs Seymour Peruna Pouclt irs Oklahoma WriteetSchildren mrmedicines wail unee- eSIJity nartmans Interesting rendIng lnvniuable tomothers Idlng sgalnzl catarrhal jhI1dren weather OII Grayson ketiwai HARTFORD POST OFFICE Raised to Presidential Class and Wood TInsley Appointed Post Master A substantial evidence of the growth ofHartlor In a business way Is the raising of the postoffice here to theYresldentlal class The raising of fouztha s toffice to a Pr stdentlateflice or ly Wen the ltItIIeM of repehea a pr scrlbed amount and it l this tact that demonstrates that Hartf- Ord business menthe business men ola community furnish the principal postal businessire doing a larger volume of business than they have ever done before Mr Wood Tlualey who was post master when the office was raised to the PreSidential class had no opposl lion In his application or appointment by the President Mr Tinsleys cOnduct or the post office tin been of paIbeet post master that ever ball charge of the Hartford office and nobody else thought of asking President Roosevelt for the appointment when the 0- flce passed Into tbe PresldenUlil tuB ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY RXCoaroaAzp necessaryywhereyou can buy your own phoue and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole cotta ty and bucinean points generally by ozly paying a reasonable rent to the RougRiver Telephone Company or they will be It whole expense It yousay no We connect with all In partlcutaTs Sermons In every Catholic and Protestant pulpitprayers lu every Catholic and Proteitint church and la great uulon pra3er meetings of all Protestant churches In every city and townpetittuaignedby all Catholic and P clergymen ause church nenibs settlement h- bitratlonwlMop e CkrIMIrjssatioI I I J I 1 wwI j- t =Iaft ird Republican RtzL Hartford anbllshlngCorapanj I jr p rL NRV TjioMAsEutor 7 1 rRtDAY JANUARY 23 I at Ail verlltliiRtI rtlKment 40c per Inch lint Inch each additional Insertion Du IKaleljrenrlr contracts M I per lnsettXon line lint Inaortlon Ce Unsszd ol tbanka retolutlont and obltunrlw 10 Caabnadyatceken = ANNOUNCEMENTS For Hlnle Senator nnthorUcd to announce lION A 8 V4NETT nt a candidate for State Senator eubjectfrrnjtn ho f ate authorized to announce 8L STEVENS I candidate for State Senator from the SOT ItIenlRepublican party e 7e are authorized to announce D BAKER lOADS so a candidate for State Senator from littSeyenth Senatorial dUtrlct subject to the thitioli of the Republican party ne For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce F L SASDE JR u a candidate tot Clerk Ohio Circuit Court P1bject to the action of the Republican party NI iVeare authorized to announce E O DAR iSS aa a candidate for Clerk Ohio CtrcultConrt nlJed to the action of the Republican party For Beprtentatlv Ve an authorIzed to announce DR A D HK aa a candidate for RepreeentaJIv from lJ lo county subject to the action of the Repnb 01CttT to annonnc dEO U MAD a candidate for Representative from Dl Mpounty subject to the action of the Repnb 01 let partyan authorized to announce OEOROE I aa n candidate for Representative rro- mrun17 B subject to the action of the Repnb tJ enjoy full suffrage in four- t States Wyoming Utah Idaho and Ila Colorado WHY dont the Herald give schoolteacher IJ Birkhcad some advanced noti ces beioie the show comes is a notablo characteristic of jIT reformers that they al want to reform the other fellow account of the high price of Icoal due to the great strike in the an thracite coal fields Congress has au I thorized rebate on all coal imported t for a year Sams ia blood in the eyes of the 1L Pennyrile Democrats over Beck I hams machine primary and the I DDemocratic majorities come from the bL Pennyrile allj TIlE citizens of South Carolina I hpnld hold a mass meeting ant d 1 Dt a reeolution asking the odious Umans to emigrate hut not t 11 entucky however JUDGE Miller could confer a very 1eat favor at a very trivial cost up the people who have occasion to jtend court here by having the clock Court hall repaired I IT has not yet been decided wheth Ir the government at Washington or I ho citizens ofIndianola shall nominate i Federal officeholder in that town coeetiIF the alleged statement of Mat thews ia true as the Democratic pa 3 pen insists it is the conviction of Powers and Howard brought about b he Democratic party of Ken inCamyId the party that secured thea- eaervee the contempt o lanrina J MARSHAL Paris deserves the thank- eflrt tho citizens of Hartford for the earless discharge of his duties in arresting drunken men and bringing them before the Police Court for pun ishment If he will continue Uii policy the time is not far when tho annoying spectacle a drunken antI disorderly men on the I streets will be a thing of the past CAPT Richard P Hobson th taval constructor who first attract attention by an heroic act at San tiago Bay during the Spanish Ameri can war and who afterward made himself famous or infamous accord I ing to ones taste in such matters by the kissing act is reported to be con templating resigning from the Navy I L o enter politics Voters with pretty keep a jealous eye on can Iivill i THE Tennessee Legislature has en MemphisIEseparate compartments in its cart T for white and colored passengers IfJ L leal oil R angle colored passenger insists on Tk having a whole compartment to himt mt self as he sometimes does on s tucky railway trains there ia trouble i ahead of crowded nights for Mem phfa street car conductors f S THAT the turbulent state of South 0 Carolina continues to elevate hoodl I Ji luifis to high places was a I few days ago in the cowardly aseasf 1 tiMtion ofeditor Gonzales by Lieu tenant Governor Tillman If the no i- rftLjOU Ben Tillman in the Uni- tedjeato and his brutal nephew 8I- ruQvernor indicate the C raiCarolinas whit- y in of Vl appointing Crum Surveyor of the Port of Charleston as a nucleus for a new civilization JUST to refresh their memories wo will ask those Democratic paporethat take so much pleasure in noting the withdrawal of certain Republicans from the race for Governor if there was not a prominent Democrat of the name of Watterson and one of the name of Black who withdrew from the race for Governor and if they rdid not state reasons for so doing IF all our esteemed contemporary says in regard to a former Republic an Fiscal Courts action in placing the public printing wore true does it necessarily follow that the present Democratic court which is constantly parading its economy before the public should not make an effort to save the taxpayers bard earned mon oy by competitive bids for this work j If the hardworking farmer must take two horses and a plow and work a whole long summer day for the petty sum of 8150 would it not be wise to practice the same economy in other avenues of public expenditures We have not discussed the subject of the price paid the Herald for this work but the manner of placing thi obligation without competition upon tho county should be condemned and doubtless condemned by the taxpayers of the county who are en titled to the exercise of prudent econ omy in the expenditure of their money S FORDSY1LLE Mr I C Adair went to Stephens port Monday and from there to Louis yule Thursday Miss Myrtle Johnson has returned from a visit to Marlon Dr Newman of Rochester was the guest ol Miss Ola Gaines here Sun dayMrs Shelby Ford accompanied her daughter Miss Alma to Owensboro Saturday Miss Alma entered the Owensboro Female College where she will be until June Several gentlemen from Beaver Dam were here Monday night to attend a meeting of the Masonic Lodge Mr Harry Gnus Express Messenger on the Texas branch road was the guest of Mr Mr W H Sargent from Saturday until Monday Mrs Kettle Johnson and daughters Misses Rose ond Emma returned Wednesday from a visit to Marlon Mr Frank Reynolds and son Bert rand of Reynolds were in town Saturday The protracted meeting which has been In progress at the M E church closed Sunday after a very successful meeting and Revs Walker and- o Smith are now engaged In a series oi meetings at Narrows Miss Nancy Smith spent several days last week in the country with her aunt Mrs Nellie Marlow Mr QUa Wilson was in St Louis last week purchasing spring goods Mr J M Graham of Narrows Is sick Mr and Mrs W H Sargent en tettalned at dinner Sunday In honor ef Mr Sargents birthday Those In the party were Mr and Mrs I C Adair Mr and Mrs W W Camp Mr Harry Cans Miss Marlon Adair and Master Maurice Camp Mr Erwin Hale was married to Miss Julia Johnson In Owensboro Sunday and they are now here at the home of Mr Hales father Fordsvllle Is to have a treat In the way eta show The Gentry Stock Co Is playing in Owensboro this weekwith the exception of beeufcom- pany A company of our citizens learning the fact of this off night have made arrangements to have them come out there for Thursday nights engagement Quite a good entertainment Is expected and we predict a large crowd and success to companytIfMr Allie Graham of Narrows was here last week having some dental work done spentea Mrs McCartys mother and sister Rev Eldred of the Christian church here was called to Beaver Dam Monday Mr Carson Park of Narrows en tered school here Monday Rev T J Ratcllffe of the Baptist church here has announced his reo slgnatlon to take effect the first Sun day in February But the sentiment seems prevalent that his resignation will not be accepted Rev Ratcllde is a very progressive man and has done a very great deal for the church and our town And let all the mem bers who are appreciative and desire further keeping of the church be present and lend their hearty toward retaining him as our pas or O A TO mi A tan ib rlto Kind YDS Han Ahnrt Bought Slsutll et OLATON- W T Young Son shipped a car oad of tobacco last week Mr Melvin Hall who has been sick or some time is improving- Mr C D Bean of near this places visiting friends and relatives in Beaver Dam Mr E G Barrass was In our midst Friday Mr George Daniel was In Dundee yrlday T L i L REHEARING REFUSED Powers and Howard to Again go Before Jurles Youtsey to be a Witness Franklort Ky January 20The Court of Appeals in a written reo sponse today overruled the petition for a rehearing in both the Howard and Powers cases and they go back to the lower court for trial There was no dissenting opinions Judge Burnam who wrote the response to the petition for a rehearing holds that the motion may be made at the term of the court at which the decision Is rendered but that it cnn not be done nfter the mandate Is Is sued The petition for a rehearing was filed Janunry i when the Coutt of Appeals was reorganized by the coming in of the new Democratic JudgesFrom anentirely trustworthy sourct it is learned that the prosecution may not be ready for trial when the case of exSecretary ot State Caleb Powers Is called in the Scott Circuit Court in FebruaryHenry E Youtsey will be the first and principal witness against Powers if the case goes to trial but a posts ponement will be asked it the prose cutlou is not able to have on hand all the witnesses named by Youtsey and by whom it is expected to corroborate what he has told concerning the murder It is said to be exceedingly doubtful if this can be done and in that event the case will go over The development that Youtsey Is to be made the star witness in the Pow ers case is regarded as conclusive proof that he has named him as well as Howard and former Governor Tay lar as among the principals A representative of the prosecution said You will find In the end that the prosecution has made no mistake In the lines it has followed Yout seys story when it is told on the stand will corroboiate everything told by Culton Golden and Noaks but it will be much more complete It will supply all the missing links and the world will have for the first time the story iu its strongest col ors Trustees Sale In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro Division In the matter ef Baize Brothers Bankrupt In bankruptcy Pursuant to an order catered by the Honorable J A Dean Referee In Bankruptcy in this matter the un derslgned Trustee In Bankruptcy of the said Baize Brothers Bankrupts will on the 30th day of January 1903 offer for sale by public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash a certain lot of Goods Wares and Mer chandlse now in the storehouse on the north side of the Public Square In Hartford Ky and In the hands of the undersigned as Trustee ef said estateSaid stock will first be sold in per cels as follows The stock of Drugs Paints and Druggists Sundries the Groceries Meal Flour Etc the Fur nlture Bedsteads Bureaus Chairs Etc the Glassware Queensware and Tinware the Clothing and Hats the Boots and Shoes After said stock has been sold in parcels It will then be sold as a whole and that sale which realizes the most money will be accepted If said stock so sold brings as much as seventy rive per cent oi Its appraised value i he will deliver same at once to the purchaser upon payment of the purchase money lilt brings lesshe will hold said goods until the rail is con firmed This is a good new fresh stock ol goods and offers a fine opportunity- for profitable investment These goods can be seeu by calling on me at any time before day of sale JOHN B WILSON Trustee SiieeevrIthe Innrrat Importing bonso In the VI Liberal communion to imnta nod large Inducements to cnitomera Hood tacoma to any one who will fjwnd o few boon u day Addrtwn AGENCYColombia Ky e A LETTER Of That Kind That Gives an Edi tor Genuine Pleasure Fordsvllle Ky Jan 19 1903 Mr John H Thomas Dear Sir You will find inclosed one dollar to pay for another years subscription to TuB REPUBLICAN I really dont feel able to take it but I dont feel like I can do without It Success to Tim RUPDDDDICAN and especially the Re publican causeYours respectfully MRS MARTHA C GBAV Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at all druggists drug store They are eas ten to take and more pleasant In effect than pills Then their use is not fol lowed by constipation as Is often the case with pills Regular size 25C per box ROPTcMr Ja4 illmore of Paradise was in town last week en route to Green ville Mr Robert Thornsberry of Owens baro was In town last week on busi ness Capt J G Keown of Hartford was here Wednesday on business Mr Charles A Murray of Owens boro was here Wednesday on busl ness Prof M D Maddox went to Small J hous Saturday end returntd Sunday Mr Charles IL Asbby of Provi dence was in towu Wednesday on businessCapt David Duncan of this place went to Greenville Wednesday toat tend court Mr Ed G Batrasp of Taylor Mines was in town Saturday Mr Albert Hunley of Hopewell was in town Saturday on business Miss Mamie Baldwin of McHen ry but formerly of Hartford visited Miss Myrtle Hines this week Misses Ollie Reid and Maggie Ben nett are visiting relatives in Drakes boro at this writing Mr R T Her of Hartford was Ii town Tuesday on business Mr Charles R Layton of this place went to McHenry Thursday Miss Lillie Williams of Owensboro U visiting her grandfather Squire D J Wilcox Mr Clarence Wilcox went to Central City Saturday Messrs Geo M Maddox W JRowe and Cleveland Herrel went to Render last Sunday Miss Josle Ham of Nelson is the guest of Miss Mabel Maddox Mr Alfred Clark of Owensborq was in town Monday Mr Blrt Reid Is visiting In Hart ford at this writing Prof John Wood of Ceralvo was in town Monday Mr T H Furgerson went to Star gis Sunday the guest ot Mr and Mrs S D Dempsy Mr M P Maddox of Smallhous 1 was in towntMonday Real Estate Transfers- H L Taylor to L P Hines 21 acres 525 Mary E Hines and husband to L H Combs undivided interest in 210 acres 91 S D D Myers and wtfe to Green River Mannfacurlng Co boundary not given 80 Joseph T Daniel to William J Martin 75 cres 120 L C Craig to N B Wilson 10 acres for a house Charles L Jones to Robin Bell 70 acres 750 Alex T Southard to Richard M Hobdy 54 acres 500 D L Maddox to T H Denton house and lot in Centertown 366 W A Austin to K V Williams two lots in Beaver Dam 1700 Albert Cox and J Y Hagerman to James A Ballard 90 acres 450 Mrs J F Collins to Mrs Mary E Collins a lot in Hartford 75 J C Reid to Emma B Fulkerson twothirds interest In house and lot in Ceralvo zoo W C Arbuckle to L E Arbnckle 42 acres parental love D F Hcdden to G H Hedden 46 acres 170 S The awful pangs of rheumatism are quickly relieved by an application of Ramons Nerve and Bone 011 Large bottles with directions 25 cts J H Williams HOW THEY STAND In the InquirerRepublican Rub ber Tire Buggy Contest Miss Jessie Reynolds i 802 Miss Edna Ford i 315 Miss Bessie Barnes 800 Miss Nancy Smith 720 Miss Bessie Loyd 627 Miss Mattie Bean 500 Miss Sophia Miles 41 0 Miss L ura Morton 40 Miss Leila Hunter 400 Miss Enhb Bennett 31 2 Miss Eva Martin 31 Miss Ida Addington jg Miss Eva Taylor 30 Miss Mollie Peyton M Miss Gussie Woodard 20 Miss Lydia Tichenor 208 Miss Jennie Armstrong 20 The entire treatment of Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets for con stipation costs but 25 cents medl cine for a month pleasant to take and thorough in action Ask fa r Ramons 250 J H Williams a a SHERIFFS SALE The Commonwealth of Kentucky To the Sheriff ct Ohio Courts OrwtlLg We command that you expose to sale the estate of E A Maddox towlt A tract of land bounded and described as follows Beginning a N E corner of tract of land bought by E D Walker of E G Render a popular and white oak thenct S 106 poles to two hickories and dogwood thence E 33 poles to a stone thence N 5 E 13 poles to a stone thence N 15 E 14 poles and 15 links to a black gum and ash thence N 14 poles to a Spanish oak and hickory I thence N 38 E 14 poles to a dogwood thence N 2Ji E 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 E A Maddox by E D Walker and wife by deedof recork In the Ohio County Clerks of fice Deed Book 8 page 498 levied on as the property of E A Maddox and sutjsct to the purchase money lien of said Walker on said land which acr- ording to our commands you have taken Into your hands and which still remains In your hands unsold RS you have certified to the Judge ot the Ohio Plrcntj 19 satisfy Lizzie Walker Executrix of E D Walker deceased the sum oi One Hundred and Seventy five Dollars with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from the first day of JanIuary 1877 until paid also with like Interest from rat 1878 until paid also Sl75 wltfilike I L Interest Irom January ist 1879 until paid Also the sum of 1230 which in the same Court was adjudged to the plaintiff for her costs In her b halt expended whereof she Lizze Walker bath recoveredexecution against the said E A Maddox by virtue of a judgment of the Ohio Cir cult Court and that you have the said sums of money before Judge ol our Coutt at the Court House In Hartford on Saturday succeeding the second Monday iu March next to satisfy the said plaintiff her debt in terest and costs aforesaid and have then and there this writ Witness S A Anderson Clerk of loutsalel Court at the Court Hence aforesaid this 14th day of Jan 193 S A ANDKRSON Clerk By L I MORTON D C Pursuant to the above order I ot one of my deputies will offer lor sale on Monday February 2nd 19 3 be tween the hours of i oclock p m and 3 oclock p m at the Court House door In Hartford Ohio county Ky the above described propeity TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with ap proved security required bearing In terest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale nnd having the torce and effect of a Sale Bond Witness my hand this I4th day of January 1903CAl P KKOWN Sheriff Ohio County The New Cash Grocery has just received a bar rot of first class New Or leans MolassesSOc per gallon All druggiiti guarantee every bot tie ol Chamberlains Cough Remedy and will refund the money to all one who is not satisfied after using two thirds ot the content 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 in pneumonia QUARTERLY COURT Number of Cases Disposed of at January Term G W Reddish vs Bruno Frey attachment for plaintiffs witnesses and cause continued- S J Dunn vs V D Neal contln ued for plaintiff Elizabeth Laugley vs Clarence Morris judgment for plaintiff for 14 Cast Croft rs M D Gibbons judgment for plaintfl Louisville Fettllizr Co vs J R Stateler judgment for plaintiff Empire Drill Co vs C D Wallace judgment for plaintiff Lena Jarvis vs R J Daniel con tinned for plaintiff and judgment for defendants costs- LOuisville Fertilizer Co vs N B Smith judgment for plaintifi Kentucky Jeans Clothing Co vs J D Oliver judgment for plaintiff C W Felix vs Eliza Cates con tinned for plaintiff- E P Neal vs L M Sauderfur Judgment for Ja 50- Commonwealth vs Lirlcln Will lamp obstructing public highway verdict lor acquittal Mackey Nisbet Co vs J B Rice judgment for plaintiff J S Morton vs J B King jndg ment for plaintiff Ragan Bros vs B rPetty judg ment for plaintiff 13U S School Fnrnltute Co vs Common School District No C judgment for plaintiff 2Harding Miller Music Co vsJ F Coppage judgment for plaintiff 6and lien enforced McCormick harvesting Co vs J A 8St Clair Judgment for plaintiff and lien enforced 6John A St Clair vs E P Cooper judgment for plaintiff S Railroad in the Air Rumors of the building of a rail road from Fordsvllle to Hawesvllle arc in the air and the road will be built in the same spice if at all The following amusing clipping is going the rounds of the railroad columns of the city press itA branch from Fordsvllle Ky a town in Ohio county through Han cock county which is just north of the above county to the Ohio river- t at Hawesvllle or near Cloverpott Ky will probably be built this spring if rcpoits are true by the liii nols Central Railroad company liThe company has a branch road running into Fordsville from their main line south of that place and it is said that allne from Indianapolis will be built to the Ohio river to con nect with the Illinois Centrals branch and operate a through trunk line tg NashvilleParties connected with the 1111 nols Central have been for the last few days investigating the territory that leads to Fordsvllle from the Ohio river at Hawesvllle and also been looking over the coal fields that lie in Hancock county south of Hawes yule Your Tongue If its coated your stomach is bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dys r1ghtThisyl 25c All druggUU IbrownBUCKINGHAMS DYE Wfcioto OUOSSCS H A eo M I t SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of Execution No 1988 B n directed to uic which Isautd from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court In favor cf Jno Simpson myDeputiesday of February 1903 between the hours of I oclock p nr and 3 oclock p m at the Court House door in Hartford Ohio county Ky expose highestbiddermuch thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt Interest and costa towlt One tract of land about forty acres bounded as follows On u rh by the land of Jut Drown on east by Jo F Hill on south by W P Ashby on West by Finns Jackson levied upon as the property of Jut DrownTERlISSle will be made on a credit ol 3 months bond with approve edsecurity 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 lath day of January 1903 C P REOWM S 0 C DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable I Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to cf the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy It Is the great medi cal triumph of the nineteenth century discovered after years cf nent kidney and bladder speclailat arid Is curlnibmebles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst form of trouble Dr Kilmer s SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested tam manyways In hospital work In rrfvata practice among the helpless too poor to purchase relief and has proved so successful iti every case that a special arrangement has been made by of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this and I KIimerCoBinghamtor send your address to brDr n po p =regular fifty cent and Rome of annptiooi druggistsDontthe name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BInghamtonNY Eyes Did Not Close For a Week Heart Trouble Baf fled Doctors- DrMIIosHeart Cure and Norvino Cured Me There It nothing more necessary to health youifwhenyou went to bed there Is an affection of nerves plainly If heart Is weak or an Inherited tendency In that direction your weakened nerve will soon to fleet your heart action u to bring on terlous chronic trouble Dr Mitts Ner vine Is a nerve tOIlIc which quletthc turret 10 that eaTon it restores the weakened nerve to health and iRalblootion of the heart enriches the blood and im proves the circulation Some time ao I was suffering teverelr with heart trouble At times my heart would seemlnclf stop beating and at others U would beat very Last Thr e to four- hourilleep each night in ten months was all One week In last September I never doted eyes I got Dr Mllet Nervine and Heart Cur at a dreg store in Lawrence burr after oo in rnedl ShlbyJUleFrankfortand in three days have derived more gotfromthink everybody ought to know of the mar remedieWAU dm lsh tell and guarantee first bottle Dr Must Remedies free book AddressMiles ROBYHOTELT Best 100 Hotel in the City Your Patronago Solicited ill Proilrlco Ht Owrntboro iCy If DRINK OLD JOE t lfThe Best Whisky on Earth For salo by Honry Nail Hart JABradleyR W Rag andt Horso Branch PERKINS MANNING CO DISTILLERS Otreiihboro Kjr Cumberland TELEPHONEAND 1 Telegraph Co tlncoruorotod Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place fll business My business bas increased and ray wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition C P NOWLIWIaniv 2Chronic fBiliousness Makes Invalids Uw U torpid and laUa to do Iu work r the blood u a rtrnteal foiKM Then bUiusncs1 sick hfad cb levers I cornea eotutfpanon Utatmant that gtra the tint JUI I and oalarja Ttn only I the nab touch and atari Natur ajror to the rlatI mat u p jIONS LIVER PILLS ANDTONIC PELLETS Tho pill tooehea the liver and the pellets oDe ISO 2doeea forts eenn D leM your raM la jce4lngly bad yon v w U U well before you flnUb them Paropl free for ale at all dealer For sale by JI H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky +444I44i441 fII44I 14 Hlf11t4Hii4I141444R44 Great Slaughter in the Price of SHOESl-I r Wo Imvo on hand iv largo assortment of SHOES of tho very BEST bruilds on tho American markets and must sell them to mako room for our Spring stocks Shoes Shoes Shoes SHOES for Ladies SHOES for Gentlemen SHOES for Children These SHOES must go Como in and see them and if our prices dont suit you mako your own price and tako them Remember wo Imvo no SHODDY STOCK Every pair firstclass both in mako and style and ev cry pair going at tho customers own price Yours for Trade SAM BACH 7 Hartford Ky tI- E ITh1 t II H i ur i 1I+f t I P BARNES BROS 4 Mid WinteriJ Reduction SaJeMEANSA BIG SAVING TO ALL WHO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE CUT PRICES Great Line of Overcoats Wo can still show you as good a lino as most merchants shoy at tho beginning of tho season and wo will soil thorn at from 10 to 331 pOI cent cheaper than former prices Now is your opportunity to buy a good Overcoat at R very low price 1 Ladies and Misses Wraps Anaything on our racks in this lino will bo sold at from 10 to 50 por cent reduction You can afford to invest in one of these garments for next winters uso These prices means monoy to you and a loss to us but we dont mqah to carry over a garment tliat tho prico will soil Winter Waists and Skirtings Wo have Skirtings on which wo aro giving 25 to 50 per cent cuts in price Goods which wo sold at from 75c to 1 per yard going at the round prico of 50e Herf yard Waist goods that sold at from 15c to 25c per yard cut to lOc and 15c per yard All seasonable and serviceable merchandise that you havo only to see to appreciate More New Goods Our buyer has just returned from tho markets withnow fresh Bargains Fascinators at 25c 50c and 76c Ladies V Vests and Pants 25c 50c and 31 Union Suits 25c 50o and 1 Mens and Boys Gloves 25c 50c 75c and 1 Mens Underwear 25c 50c 75c 1 and 150 Mens Wool Socks 25c to 40c Ladies fleeced Cotton Hoso I5c to 25o per pair Misses and childrens WoollIosD 20c to 250- Overshoes for all ages and sizes Leggings at from 60o to 1 per pair Heavy winter Shoos for Men Boys Ladies and lduckI Bring us somo good firstclass timothy or redtop hay or shucked corn and got merchandise that will meet tho de mands of +ho season at pricoi theft moan a saying to you E P BARNES BRO 5a LEAVER DAM i1p KENTUCKY 13 f e cJ L I Qwnboro Ky i Mala StroetrbetW8e1l Triplet inC Dollnr netlt attention alcoa to Itnd Ueadlliarter for 9Ohio eonlt Peolile O L AMES REYNOLDS Proprietor- te t c I ioP iT J i1A I I T t Spring i 1 f1 Embroideries I I 1 91 41ci nit v- iylfI 3 SPRING EMBROIDERIES a grand lino it is I 1tqIt price I J Dont put off your spring sowing until hot wcnth t or You have n splendid opportunity to buy today b1 I t4 tho exact things for spring time offer four SPECIALS in this lino Note thorn bit tq 91 SPECIAL NO IFlvo hun Jre4 yards of fino it4 Cambric Embroideries width ranging from 1 bit Jj to 2i inches bigassoitmont of patterns which 41 never sold boforo for less than 80 or jOe Our t141 41 Special price is 5c At bit Ut3extra = fine Cambric Embroideries widthrangingfrom J pati b1 41 for less than 20c Our Special price is lOc u hightI 91 41 inches choicest designs goods that usually fc t t sell fit 35c Our Special prico is15cito t SPECIAL NO4Threo hundrodyordswbito g of1 Embroidery Galloons tho very latest for Dress t- ni Trimmings about 25 different stylos to select tt from by far tho prettiest lino over shown in bitt perez2Oc- n We on hand a lino of 91nn FruitofLoom Mosonville Etc at lowest pricesI t41 b1 U TRADE AT THE BIG BARGAIN CENTER I1- pp II 91 63t3 t3 i L = f SjSj WiW iW If8 Slaughter Prices IN BIG STOCK TrTaylor Mines Store It is our purpose to reduce the stock in our stock of General Merchandise in the next 30 days onehalf and in order to do so we will et make sacrifice sales along the line iodicAtedh below Country produce taken in exchangerio for goods at highest market price These prices will hold good for 30 sty only Some early before the best bargains are gone Mens Vici Kid Shoes reduced from 450 to 350 Mens Vici Kid reduced t from 350 to 275 lions Waterproof Box Calf reduced from 350 to 275Mens Best on Earth Shoo reduced from 150 to 100 Lattices Vici Kid re duced from 150 to 1 Ladies Kid Polish Shoo reduced from 125 Vto 85c J Old Ladies Vici Kid reduced from 200 to 125f Mms Crushed Hats t frp 1 reduced 75c from 125 to and Wo lions Black Alpino 150 to 100 as Mens Block Alpino reduced from 250 to J 175Mens Black Alpino Liberty Special 300 to of 200Mens and Boys Suits reduced 331 per centcOvercoats reduced 50Eper cent Bargains in CorduroyJ and Jeans Trousers Everything in tho Dry Goods lino reduced indproportion 5c Calico reduced W ctshMillinery reduced one half I oTheseare only a few same errf thIrar I galispace to give all t ofr take pleasure in showing our floods f Very c tfllJTaylor Coal CQmpany KY F m+ ++ q1 D 1 fUfLII 11 jjjjjTjTjj Hartford Republican 1 23iCity Restaurant Pull line Tropical Fruits at Cleve Ileri Everything good to eat at City Restaurant I Nicest line of Candies in town at City Restaurant The Board of Pension Examiners I met here Wednesday City Restaurant Is the most upto date place In Hartford Master Roniney Wedding who has been sick Is Improving Get your uptodate lunches or meals at City Restaurant f Cheese Sausage Boneless Ha and Cracker at City Restaurant Schreetcra Floating Studio wll leave Hartford February i 1903 I Dr A F Stanley will occupy the office vacated by Mr J S K Wed ding Miss Lizzie Stevens Beaver Dam entered Central Business College here MondayIExtra select Oysters always on hud at City Restaurant and served la any ityle City Restaurant handles the nicest line of Goods In Hartford Evertbing the very best Col T S R Wedding has moved his law office into the rooms over TUB REPUBDICAK office Mr W P Allen of Narrows has sold his farm to Mr Thomas Boswell Mr Allen will move to the Select countryOVERcoATThat is what everyman needs in cold weather and here Is the place to get them Great bargain in every coat at Carson Gos The Knights of Pythias had an Inb meeting Tuesday night af ter which nn elegant supper was served In the lodge room and everybody went away happy Rev J H Jones a Methodist mint liter of the Cromwell community died Sunday Rev Jones was veryf popular with his people and his death regretted by the entire community Ladles we know that Bargains are what yon want and we also know that many ladles are yet in need ot jackets We are now closing out our Jackets at wholesale prices Come and see CARSON Co- In another column of this issue ape peen an ad of the Owensboro BankI aid Trust Company This tion U the moat successful one In Its line la the city of Owensboro and it often safe and profitable inducements the business of Ohio county cltlz eaThoaewh a have matriculated in Cen tral Business College since January ut art Bernice Miller C D Stevens E A Cottrell Lyman Williams artford D Ion Barrett Barretts Fer J L Polk Eureka Ind Birdie Woodward McHenry Nannie More land No Creek and Lizzie Stevens Beaver Dam Mr Pluke Midklff of Sulphur Springs happened to a very painful er accident Monday morning He had started to Hartford with a load ol to bacco and while walking by the side the wagon bis feet slipped and befell under the wagon which ran over is head and ankle Injuring both se However he is able to be ut at present Mr and Mrs S A Anderson enter Glued a party of friends at an elegant six oclock dinner Wednesday eve Wing Those present were Mrs Ella Morton Prof and Mrs T J Morton and little son Master Thom Dr and Mrs A F Stanley Mr and Mrs Alex Barnett Capt and ffis John G Keown Mr and Mrs A Anderson and daughter Miss Cova Misses Lyda and Laura Morton Mesas Fred Townsend arid Burr Morton Miss Popple Nail entertained a few her friends Friday evening Those present were Mr and Mrs A D Busklll Mraud Mrs Z Wayne Misses Nell Austin Leona Stella and Etta Thomas Sanderfur hdna Warriner Lettie Marks and Messrs Will Moore JJCoxChester StevenP In Dean Henry Nan Warren Tbornsberry and Sny Jewell Owensboro is One of tbe most charming affairs of the season wen st given by Mr P Tweeddell fan evenine in honor ot Is is birthday He entertained at Miss Nails home vbich Is one of the larg tat and moat delightful for entertain- Ing in Hartford Dancing was enjoyF ed liimtllhigh night when cheaifa struck np AH I Want Is My Chicken jibe guests were ushered nto the dlning4 hail where the nlost delightful relreshments were served The guests were as foollow Misses Thomas Mary Nail ITIorence Morton Nell Austin Isabelle Coxt Belle Woerner Kittle Collins Lyda Lizzie Sanderlnr Faunye Cox Learn Morton Stella Thomas and Zella Nail and Mcssrj W D Moore S S Cox H B Nail C L Field J T Sanderfur C E Her I K Sanderlur C C Casebler Albin Patin Ira Bea and U S Carson and Mr and Mrs J H B Carson and Mr and Mrs A P Busklll Canon Broa pay cashi for Furs Nice Fresh Groceries at Cieve Ilers Mr M M R dwell of Taylor mines called us yesterday Mrs J B Foster who has been very ill for some time Is very lltt better zoo votes in our rubbertire buggy contest and Tug HARTFORD RBPUD UCAN and Twice a Week Owensboro SOSRev W N Miller has just closed a two weeks meeting at Mt Zion Church near Roslne which resulted In twenty professions and thirteen ad dttlci8 to the church See elsewhere In this issue the big adof Taylor Coal Store On account of reducing their nlcmc bargains to their customers IWho is the most popular young n Ohio county She will be given a fine rnbber tire buggy free by TUB HAUTPOD RBPUBUCAN an Owensboro Inquirer See announcement elsewhere Mt Zion Baptist church will hold a church meeting next Thursday to orIdamn Rev WN Miller to the ministry Revs Coakley and ama gin of Beaver Dam and Rev Jac Snodgrass of Butler county wit conduct theordination ceremoniesJ For anything in the Dry Goods Grocery Hardware Tinware Queens ware or Gents Furnishing Line call on Armendt Wedding Dundae Ky Everything new and up todate Take them your Produce they will give you top prices and treat you nice 262tt I have opened up Jewelry and Watchmaking headquarters In the City Restaurant Hartford and am prepared to do all kinds of work In my line All work guaranteed ac cording to contract tam located permanently and will appreciater your patronage WILL The Eureka Mfg Co ol East St Louis III want a man with rig to Introduce Poultry Mixture in this coun They offer a salary of 6000 pert month to a good worker and they furnish bank reference oi their tells blllty Send stamp for full partlcu lars to EUREKA MFG CO Bor 100 East St Louis 111 2Stft WantedHorses and Mules I will bo at Dodsons stable Hartford Ky on Monday February 2 to buy horses and mules I will pay good for stock 8NEYBowling Green Ky NoticeIOn January 30 31 n examination in Hartford for 4commonAt the same time an examl nation will be held in Fordsville If as many as five applicants from that part of the county desire to pass An examination fee of one dollar Is paid by the applicant I should like toJ hear from those who desire to take these examinations at once Anoth examination will be held for the same purpose on the second Friday and Saturday in May Very trulySJ M D WEJSE Finest Mince Meat you ever saw at the New Cash Grocery SMALLHOUS- Mr T R Barnard and wife and t- Uttle daughters are the guests oi rela tlves at South Carrollton Masters John and Vlg Morton and Ed Hunter were at Carrollton one day last week Mr Kiah Tlchenor has returned home from Paducah where has been seriously 111 for several weeks in the hospital A little child of Mr Lou Barnard was seriously burned one day last week while standing near the fire Little Annie Bnsklll daughter of Mr Allen Bnskill also came near burning up in the same way Mrs Rachel Galloway the divorced wife of James Calloway elopedwith i Andrew Stogner and was married rep cently Fred Landrum whose leg was a few days before Christmas as about recovered Mrs Joe Roberteon who received a severe shock irom a fall on the sleet able to be out again Mrs H D Hurt left last Friday to visit her daughter Miss Sallle who at Rochester Ky Miss Mary Ball has returned from a visit to relatives at Rockport Ky The prctracted meeting at the Baptist church closed last riday night Mrs Sue Everly Ceralvo was the guest ol Mrs Sam Morton last Fri dayMr and Mrs Dave Lock and little wan Halcomb Matanzas visited Mrs Joe Bullock and other relatives I re last week I Notice To the surveyors of public road ol Ohio county Ky On and alter th s date no order will be accepted or its accompaniedby innbe n workedand put in good condition This 1913J J o C C ABOUT PEOPLE Mr James Price of Roslne was l town Monday Mr Ed Barrass Taylcr Mines win ae town Monday leMr Will Lewellen of Magan was in town Moaday MrRowan Holbrook went to Louis vllle Wednesday Mr R J Daniel Beaver Dam wa in town Tuesday Mr II L Thomas Narrows wa In town Saturday Mr Simon Jones of Render was In town Wednesday Mr Hiram Babbitt Fordsvllle wa is town Wednesdays Mrs RUn Cate Sulphur Springs was in town Monday Mr Jno H Barnes Beaver Dan was in town Monday Mr D B Bartlett Westerfield r called on us Tuesday Mr E P Barnes of Beaver Dam- S was in town Tuesday Mr Elvis Megan of Ol ton enter ed school here Monday Mr Alfonzo Midklff Sulphur Springs called on us yesterday- t Mr R D Martin Cromwell was In Owensboro the first of the week SpringsI1 Hartford College Mrs RL Cannon of Drakesboro Is visiting her parents Mr and MnI MS Ragland Prof J C Lawrence has gone to Shelby vllle to attend the Morse School of Telegraphy at that placeIProf U C Burnett who has been teaching at Sharon Grove Todd coantyfor several months is at home Mr and Mrs T J Smith returned Saturday from a visit to their daughter Mrs S P Render in Oklahoma Miss Mazie Thomas a trained from Owensboro is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs D E Thomas Miss Leta Ragland who has been visiting her sister Mrs R L Cane at Drakesboro for several weeks came home Wednesday Mr and Mrs Arthur Busklll of Crowley La who have been visiting have gone to visit Mr Busk ills parents near Livermore Mrs M L Heavrin who has been spending some time with her sister Mrs Dr C M Heavrin at Owensbo ro returned Wednesday Masters Cecil Hubert and Percy Garland Heavrin of Owe sboro are visiting their uncle and aunt Mr nd Mrs M L Heavrin Dr J A Duff of Olatun went to Louisville Monday where he will reo his course of studies in thee Louisville College of Medicine y Nice Rice Clean Rice Good Rice only 5c pert pound at the New Cash Grocery Marriage Licenses 1 W T Hendrix Megan to Mary Sparkp Select Reuben Wright Fordsville to Mr Angellne Awbry Fordsville W E Kelly Davless county toC Bessie Hines Palo Mathew Kuykeudall Westerfieldto allie Manker Westerfield W A Brown Centertown to Una Belle Matanzas George L Russell Westerfield to Leota Yates Westerfield A Pleasant Evening One of the most enjoyable events of season was the six oclock dinner given by Mr and Mrs Z Wayne Griffin at their home Saturday leve nlng in honor of Mr and Mrs A D Busklll Those present were Misses Lyda Morton Edna Warrlner Nell Austin and Elizabeth Sanderfur and Messrs W D Moore Jas T Sander fur Clarence R Field and Henry NailIHairSplits Vigorfora hilt dressing and for keeping the hair from at the ends- JAGruenenrcldcr Grantfork ll- lHairsplitting slitsrfriendships If the hair splitting is done on your own head it loses friendsjfor you lor every hair of head is a friend Ayers Hair Vigor in advance will prevent the splittinghas6100 a bottle All rarrlsIJ If your dmltllt eannot supply you lend nf one dollar aid we will orpreu you a bottle Do sure and he the name ot your nearest exiircsa office Addreti J C AY En CO Lowell Ma- uCOUNTYDAVIESS BANKOWENSBORO KY GO Cash Capital S6OOOOS- toclhotdrtAddIl 50000 Quaranti Fund for Cullomrei 1 00000IDepotiU ncelrrt ablest to check nottlnu ujxleporil or check out done br mIL intern pat4 on ttme d polU i 5 PER CENT foetfmooaulrorlprrnotto- rshortrpenode Ietaret WnalmmedlulJ Ml or write tot further puticoUn T 0 ANDERSON JrI 10i Pains in the I3ac oruliver and are a warning it is extreiuel ImportantIsThey arc commonly attended by loss of energy lack of courage and some times by gloomy foreboding and do epondency I had palm In my back could not totsing Hoods Sarsaparilla and ow I can tosto Hoods Sarsaparllla MRS J N PERRY care II 8 Copeland Pike Itoad Ala Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills- s Curo kidney and liver troubles relievo the back and build up tho wholo system AGED COUPLE End Their Loneliness by a Happy Marriage Over in the neighborhood oi Wes terfield Mr Mathew Kuykendoll and Mrs Sallie Manker were united In the holy bonds of matrimony Sunday afternoonThe Is well known to the people of Ohio county having been born near Rosine In the good year of 1827 and was consequently seventy six years old Mrs Manker was born 15 ears later In the great Btate of Tennessee and came to Ohio county some years afterward As the wedded bliss of this aged couple must In the course of nature be short we hope it may be correspondingly sweet e Lost or Stolen One black setter answers to name of Spot Liberal reward for return of dog to William Schlemmer Hertf- ordC1ft3TOSI A 11Blpaturo IStandsensible view that the duties of his office consisted in restraining drunk gambling and other forms of vice against which city ordinances ex ist has been Industriously applying himself to the discharge ol the work for which he was engaged by the city to do and as a result of which several arrests have been made recently Strange to say but several good citizens of the town are openly cen sating the marshal lor his industrious efforts to suppress vice and crime within his jurisdiction and seeking- to have him removed from office This is an emergency in which the best citizens ol the town should standby Marshal Paris and urge him toI pursue the violators of the law until crpp game and other form of gambling drunkenness on the streets and in fact every other form of vice Is stamped out of Hartford Stand by marshalI The Strength of the coffee you buy adds to Its value la the cu- pLion Coffee comes to fresh and of full Strength always In sealed airtight packages Bulk coffees ose their strength deteriorate In flavor and gather dirt Uniformity rmhiuM ind fall rtrwuth m users or Lion Ooltle stop That Cough Cure That HoarsenessI Relieve That TIghtness Dont suffer when there la no need that you should Bat It you take medicine to ti eve or rare your trouble ho oars that you take that which will do the work All these Concha Colds Hoarseness Sore Throat lYcklinga and In fact ftny Bronchial trooble you have results from ooegmtlon of the parts effected Uto Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Guaranteed to Cure This II one of the most remarkablo comb nations of remedial aronti that has ever been offered to the people and has a reputa tion second to nono to medical science PRICE 26 AND 60 CENTS Alt Coughs and Colds are caused by con Your LIver la not acting rinht Na taroewerntngahonldMroattontfca Take DrCarlstedts German LiverPowder lIt is always Fresh Which will rellero at once and a cure li jnnrnnteol No Inconrenlenco experienced In taking soma It will roUeye can wilt euro It keep tho itomoch keeps the Liver right it prevents tile Dlnee and make a new persou of you I It prerente doctors bills Do not beCome an Invalid Dr Oarlstedts German Liver Powder wiU cure you It Is purely vegetable and cnn do you good This in tho LIver Medicine that cures Do not take any other Sold In bottles 26o and 8100 each Sold by all Deniers In Medicine THE AMERICAN PHABMAOAL CO Bole Proprietors- EVANIVILLEIBDrurA t SALErCBy virtue of Execution 3o 2002 Iratar t favor of the Ohio Count Bank against Wm DeHart I or one of my Deputies will on Monday the and day of February 1903 between the hours of i oclock p m and Honetexpose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy PlaintilTs debt Interest and costs towit One house nnd lot cf ground in the town of Horse Branch Ohio countyKyboundedon 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 heirs of W M Miller on the north by the land of Walker Myrtle subject to mortgage debt of J J Tillord levied upon as the property of Wm DeHart TERMSSale will be made oa a credit o 3 months bond with approv ed security required bearing interest nt the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale and having the forceJ and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this 7th day ol January 19 + 3 CAt P KEOWN j Sheriff Ohio Co Ky By R L BOYD D S 2513 LeadingJewelertten 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 catalogue 132 W Market Street Louis yule Ky i5tf Bargains in Winter Goods To make room for our spring line we offer for the next 60 days anything in winter goods at greatly re duced prices Give us a call before going elsewhere We can save you money AHMENDT WEDDING 262t Dundee Ky t IyThe walking sick WS a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enough 3to go to bed- ChronicII cases thats what the doctors call them which in common English meanslong sickness continuedloss Fortlefeeling need Scotts Emulsion It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak system Scotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out of the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the appetitefor Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the time j Theres new strength and flesh in every dose gladtodoses free Inthe01EmulloaSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y SOc and 1 1 all druggists f fffffffff id taQQQit1 iiiiiiiiiiQ E Bagains in ClothifigG- REATLYREDUCEDJPRICES lions and Boys Clothing at much less than regular prices Stylish uptodate Suits The fabrics are right in Stylo and weight Dont wait Ii any longer come now while choice is good C Clothing Department JOur lino of Clothing is tho best to bo found any Iwhore Dont fail to look through our stock when i I you need anything in this lino Boys and Chil drens Suits also in abundance Big lino of Mens tE Overcoats The cheapest in town See thorn itI willcost you nothing to look i Boots and Shoes iW feel safe in saying that wo are headquarters for yanythingour BLUE RIBBON and TWIN OWL Shoes for Boys and Girls Rubber Boots guaranteed ty b- olithe best for both Menand Boys C Dress Goods Etc A full lino of Dress Goods Undoigjqar Hosiery Etc Como to us- a f tIt i 15Aili 4 E ECONOMYDRY itMRS SRRH COLLINS SMITH Manager ffftl ffe I iIIt ii i tiAQ iiiiitiii CENTRAL + BUSINESS + COLLEGE Bai9tford 3entuoky 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 teacheverything 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 R H Hankins Pres E W Fatterso nT 1 V T AI r I N i I 7 I t L Tho JIlndYou navo uways Bought nnd which hM been In usa for over 30 years hM borne tho slgnnthro of I anti has boon made under his per I 9 sonnlsupcrvfglon slnco Its Infnncy thisIline IxporImcnts that trlflo with nnd endanger tim health of f Infants und OblldrenExperleuco against Experiment Whatis CASTORIA Oaatorln Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Par- oI v gone Drops anti Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant ItlIE contains neither Opium Morphlno nor other NnrcotJo- t 1Jsubstance Its ago Is Its guarantec It destroys Worni-e and allays FeverIshness It cures Dlarrhoon and WIna- i Colic It relieves Teething TroublesQures Constipation und Flatulency It assimilates tim Food regulates the tillStoennch and Dowels giving healthy und natural sleep IThoClilldrcna PnnnccaTho Mothers FrIend DEtb Be CENU I NE CASTO RIA ALWAYS Bears tho Signatuxo of 11 J1Jul 1J The Kind You Have Always Bought 01lIa kIfl Use FOr Over 30 Years 14 CENTAU OCUPN YI IIUUUBU titW YOP CITY- D I m I t l rOlliNS SALOON J IIELIIIIcEL 5UaEIand1es the BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and 9jBrandics in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stone and Old International specialties I Bock Beer Bock Beer I B2 B COLLINS CO jj7lKUlIJ1 wk lrH BEsrISTH4 CHEAPEsrJi iq 2 lln MQr tr4f i1 I w ham I Dcedtacber each one a ICUJI1t In 1111 lIne Oraduates of this college preferred I Wearnowtnour new bomeueartcorner Sccondand1aInutitrcttbe Iaea1ora ttlshEPEAKE OHIO RAILWAY1- U t Line to New York via Washington and only Through Pullman Line Louisville Washington J Through Pullman Service to 1wYork Philadelphia and E1thiwo-I I Vestibule Limited trains Electric Car Dining Car- L I Through the Most Picturesque Regions of America 111 Famous Virginia Springs Mountain and Seashore rcsorth AjABBOTT Editor H W MABIE Asst Ed JIE OUTLOOK wspaper and Magazine in one Published every Satur p day Price 3 n year I Read The OutlookBecause it Is the best aUround Magazine In the country Because each number Is wOlth an armful of newspapers I 4 Portraits of Lifo of k Tn Steduian E E hale Aldrich howell JIIfgIDlon drown In putel by Alfred Ifoogh tlart Each lortralt printed on plate paper 9x1t Incbeenltablo for IramlDg and encloed In- moportfoUo lrlco Ono flolIr P andInr NwYork 11 your name I not nlrdy ou our bookaa aubicrlber you will recelveThe look toe YOUR 1I0NTlItlIJlrlte one dollar and thieporUollo price one dollar D8tltetNo 1n 8tllte I w 1 tt Railroad JChicago and ew Orleans Limited Pullman train fr- omCFIICGO 3icIwivelya Oil rtor TIDJe Orr3CO11orr and car b 11I1f It T00 oIempbllIot pnlnge A 3anta lckSOflTlHe and nrrlDg at OrleHat160P m the neltdar No aMefterl taken tIII It they lining tI to abon poInts on new train No 5 Ds eoaLjand lennng Chicago nt5-l l4arriving nt New Orlean 74ol- I tJ b t dar TtiII coach train will nlao car t4aonto Chicuro thoSan Fran iQ q QlHPIna Car rUI1Dwg 1a New I I the Tw OrIent iinJ eetnl fAst day ttlrOlllh uliwiIng lniletIlbrnry willpconnectingIKin Antonio end Sun Fraatbco 1 leaving New OrleaD8 daily at 11 nfI fa7A1 n3VernOlf na nD Or- JC UrJ1c1lLr4ent d Missouri Pacific OR IR N M UNTAIN UTB PROM e C i CU me i Affords Tourists Prospectors or Ilomej Seekers Best Service astest schedI tile to all points In Missouri NebrasI ka Kansas Oklahoma Indian Terri tory Colorado Utah Oregon Cal fornia Arkansas Texas Louisiana Old and New Mexico and Arizona Pullman Sleepers Thee Reclining Chair Cars on all trains Low ratesel Free Descriptive Literature ConsultS URLouisville Kyw l1cTowNSnND GP TA- PSt Louis Mo 0t 4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 23 illinois Contral RallroadTlmo Tablo New time card taking ellect Sunday Dec 7 1902 at noon Nov11 DOli lid Monlh Hound No132 dueliara m No 121 dnelldl a m No 102 due2Up m No 101 due 3U p m- Nol22du1242pm No1t dnes35p m LoeaIFhlllN- oIU due 7111 am No103 due 2t1 pm S D VttgTZR Agent s4JEDBURYS JOB By Douglas Cameron i O1mmmiplrfohr zo hi DotIQTaa osseeoOatJack Jcdbury dId not see licr when abe arrived at tho TIptop Uotieo At- that particular moment ho was per spIrIng In hIs 0 by 0 room on the top floor In a paInful and laborIous effort to supply two missIng buttons on hIs ouUnlf shirt As a rule Jack lounged on the porch when the bus from the afternoon traIn arrived partly to give the resort a pop ulous air and partly to Impress now arrivals with the tact that the hotel boasted of at least ono presentable man for poor Tedbury was merely playing the role ot guest During hIs college vacations through whIch ho bad worked hIs way by dInt ot much tutorIng of glided youths ho had waIted table at various mountaIn resorts Such work was not consIdered beneath the dignIty ot a self support lag collegIan But he was out ot col loge thIs year and In the toll an open- Ing In the law office of Senator Dawson awaited hIm In the meantime he must live so ho bled himself back to the Whlto mountaIns The proprietor of the TIptop House looked over thIs athletic applicant for walters duties and MId grImly Youre too decent lookIng a chap to waste on a dIning room Were al ways short on men up here Now Ill give you not only board and lodgIng but a small salary also It youlImale yourself agreeable to the ladies espe dally the plaIn ones and tinkle your banjo on the porch ovenings when the moon Is up and the girls feel romantic Jack had entered upon hIs strange duties wIth a keen sense of the rldlcu lone It recalled colllo theatrIcals and ho was nQt It bad actor And then she came and spoiled It all Sho was JosephIne Denton Dicks sIster and Jack bad been Dicks favor to coach When Josephine attended the JunIor prom she had heartily approved ot DIcks sentiments toward hIs sturdy tutor and had sIgnalized her approval by giving the latter two halt dances and one entire extra That had been moons and moons ago yet neIther had forgotten their meeting and tare well all on ono eventful evenIng The hotel manager had a diabolical scheme for moving Jack from table to TII UK LOOKED yr AND SAW DEB OAZo- INO AT nxx table This Increased Jedburys popu larlty with the ladles but It dId not add to Jacks happiness On thIs particular evenIng Jack was late It was hIs nIght to dIne at Miss Slmpklns table and ho dIsliked her above all the trump for which the TIptop House was famous Late agaIn she cooed tapping Jacks arm with her rIng decked hand Jack always dId hate to see a woman wear rings on her mIddle finger She wore liaIr too that proclaImed to tim world the merits ot peroxide of hydrogen Naughty naughty maul IIthu fact was my watch had stopped muttered Jack tryIng to take hIs place carelessly Indlllcrently Then ho looked up and saw her gazing at hIm with open mouth and that gaze held wonder amullemcntr Will It contempt lIe groaned Inwardly and sent hla soup back untasted though ha had had a hard climb over the clllls that very afternoon wIth Miss Maria Harris who was just a shade less try log than MIss SimpkIns While MiSS Simpklns cooed and gushed Jack ate his dInner In a tnsh Ion that threatened hIs digestion mci dentally ho was watchIng the specula tivo squInt In Miss Dentoits eye whIch said so plaInly I wonder what you are doIng here and with that Impossl his womaul After dInner ho retired to the farthest corner ot the piazza and his clgnrctteI ills rumInations were not college lie land nocr represented him self di other than a poor man and had been rSIIJlccWIJ for hIs grit But hero ho was sailing un4rr false colors and she must know It Clenrly he was no longer entitled to the honqr pf Jjss- Dcntons acquaintance Mother heros a nIce Quiet spot sold a sweet yohg and Jack rose troJll the deep recesses of a wicker rocker tQ face 3ibas Denton and her ruqtbcr Oh Mr Jrobur1 I beg youi pit Wo thought tills corner quite do sorted She was holding out hoc hancj and smiling My mother Ur JoI buryIn DlcklRs class you know Jack stammered owes his greeting and watched for nn early opportunity Keep It In Your some And when the bowels fail to act prop rly take a dose of LyoNs LAXATIV- IZyRUPIt acts gently but effectually on kidneys liver and bowels will keep system in good working order and ake your complexion clearer sale byJ ThosAllen RoslneKy 4 i 1 to of retiring Itncetnlt Undet the clr- cumstanCl9 It was the only declIt thIng to dU- oRenlty Mr JCllbury went on the gIrl with Just a tinge of reproach In her voice It was Ilttrdly kInd of you not to come over to our table thIs even lug seeing we were perfect strangers It was notwell just exactly frn- ternal ThIs with a laugh as she poInted to the secret society pIn on her waist the counterpart of the ono on Jacks shIrt Half nn hour later Jock was vaguely wonderIng what hInd become of hIs vIrtuous determination not to inflict such a sham as his unworthy self on the Dentons For that space ho was living In paradise Then 4j wonder where dear Mr Jedbury- is Wo had an appointment for a row on the lake It was MIss Tubbs who dill not belie her nome Jack rose awkwardly lila face crImsonIng under Mica Dentons gaze ItI thInk some one la cnlllng me Dont let mo detain you returned MIss Denton wIth just a touch ot hauteur In her tones And the unhappy Jack strode oil with Miss Tubbs Every night for a week when hQ sought hIs hot room under the root Jack perjured himself afresh with vows to abstaIn from MIss Dentons company As a matter ot fact he was at her aide mornIng noon and night In time the wails of Miss Slmpkins and the other trumps reached the ears ot the hotel manager Uo was a man ot action The next day Jack received thIs businesslike note Mr JedburyToure not kttplnr to your bargain Drop your flirting with Miss P or lU blow the game on you and then see her drop you Had the hotel man been foolhardy enough to deliver that bIt ot advIce In person Jack would probably have como near killing him As It was ho tore the note Into myriad small pieces and murmuring Ill tell her myself and save you the trouble ho strode down the bill after MIss Denton lIe caught up with her In a qulet secluded nook ot rocks where the lichen and moss grew rank and a tinkling stream sang per petual love songs to the overhanging terns The shadows tell thick about them or he mIght have noticed that Miss Don tons face turned color as ho told of his Impending departure Presently she spoke We shall mIss you II am very sorry And I shall mIss you ho murmured almost under hIs breath Sho bent forward as It to catch the words Then softly How much Wont you tell mei- Do threw dIscretion to the wInds nUll blurted out the whole mlStrnble atory When he finished her baud bad erthit mysteriously Into his- III knew It all the time Jack You are a miserable actor but Senator Dnw- Bonhes our cousIn you knowsays you have the making otn splendid lawyer Doth her hands were In hla now and ho held them tight Do you mean that Josephine and will you wait She nodded her bead slowly Only the tinkling stream heard the rest And the rippling brootr knows the old old story by heart and so do the drooping quivering ferns YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INC When you take OroTe Taeteleu Chill Tonic be can the formula tplaInly printed on ever hot tie ehowing that It I lmpl1 Iron and Quinine in a tnteln form So Cure No Jay SiC WIYH BKTRR Rolled in Snow And Seared With Hot Irons Vigilance Committee captures John McQuade Strips hUm Then Freezes and Burns Body Albany N Y Jan 19 Through the precarious condition of John Mc Quad who lies In the Hoineopathetic Hospital there was bronght to tight the punishment or a wife beater McQuade was In the habit of beating his wife He lives In a locality which Is sparsely settled On New Yearss eve his wile appeared at the Homeo pathetic Hospital to have a bad wound In her forehead sewed up Some of the neighbors learned that McQuade had been beeting his wile again and capturing him took him to the top of a steep hilt where they divested him of all his clothing The temperature was close to zero The man was rolled from the top to the bottom of the hill In the snow Not satisfied with this punishment the vigilance party carried MeQuade to a blacksmith shop and with red hot irons seared his abdomen back and legs and made an X on his chest The hot Iron was also Jabbed Into McQuades body The victim will not divulge the names of his assailants r THIS CATARRHHEM EDY Is suroto GIVE Satisfaction ELYS CREAM BAlM Olne lIelltl at once It cjeaniw oothea and beal the dletllled- membraDe It cure catarrb oDd drive nay ft cold In the HEADorbedprotect the Membrane ltetorc the 8enec tl- faIe and HmlI olllIe We lit lrugglste or by tb mail Trial ello lOe by mail ELY bIQTItJ6 WnrrtDHtltet New York Tile Popular Tblng 1p 9Y The sermon was exceptlonal1y10pg and the minister had just rthed thl seventh divisIon of his sutJect And now dear brethren It he e clAimed wht shall J say mon Apin suggested Ue thought less man wbohad Just 1ed up TO CURE A COLD IN OiE OiW Take Inxntive IIrorno Quinine TllbI8l AI 1niggIti refund the money It It altj to cge J W Urove 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flee- DMpator 8t1I001 TrutHt llartiordJaa P M1Ilr J N leDIIk T Stnnl D Pt UOtUr J U H b- ene Jon 0 lU1y Town TrntieL DWbltI F WarIHr 3- it Patton w O Urdwlrt8 J eIdIog 0czt OctttO- UWA nuta flnt end thIrd Saturday night liaasord Lodite Nlt ra V A A lIneol Snt Moady uigbt In each 1D0111a- 1I0UII fleer Iod liOXbightaot rtbla meetieyeryTuedaynigkLrrttn 1 O A IL hold If- I mNunpllatUrdabelorellretMUdln each oathAllmmbteot tkreepeetlelodgrerIWIM attend all nleeUnp Anyone nSIng aletd and delcrIlQft my- CuicklyI osthioli tie whtbcr M tn nproAr1 flflmtifllt t1101 IMWSOS 0111 MIl lent tree Oldest I pk41 EetentatakN SL1cfthIflc W4104 11fu1k tiWS A awdeomety ttustvafed upekit Lrie Itulatkni of U1 111 nniiJ Teen N a 5jai byiil aWeSMI- TiVz ii tNiirti tuec WuIllIICtoasf J iDayILSeven Mimon boxes sold hs t12 MouthS Jflme Two 11 x rSI itl tl T H t1J4 7 L L 1 10L 1 t Wasour trade for 1902 which 1osed rtC y diis siio r pjIeif ting close to one hundred and fifty car loads of lents V It + hides and Seeds in twelvemonths reaclit i ritt smt v j t- tStl C e 11 f a r i4 150000 EXPEflIENCEI UIOceloNs IH fJ FAR BEYOND cOUR EXPECTATION1L J4 Wemean to make the business teach r t t 20000000 fox 1O3 Our branch house at this point will occupy a vciyimpothin J place in assisting us in reaching tins amount f business n8vcw j t have received several car loads of Implements aiid VOhisf1cs llprJ 4 several more on the rood wInch were boiiht ight and will be Jsold right Now is the time for breaking Plows 1 4 The Old Olivar ChtII 2t r i tCllnnot be downed and were hcndqunrtQistth tiqo1Rl t t j line of the best Field Seeds that can be bought cOnstuit1y on i 4i handIt t j 1 The Old Reliable Studebakr Wagons tS 1 4Are still on top find onvhl h we can mike youcr1ct lprlC St iJL4 Best Fencing Wire 220 Get oti Ugitt9f1 g t q Thanking our many friends for j qbig tralaj1 Ylygi I yourCl C i J 0 p valued patronage for the year we beg t lcm in 4s 1f i L I 4i Yours for Business i t T TURLEY fCQI 1L LS t l Nt ifi 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