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L 1 I REPUBLICANL i Subscription I a yer J o28 w- DUnMoltl II roman and ahe 109e3 nfl confidence In heraelf Iialowthesitating Her- t Jl3ndl are faIled to ward the liii J which threatcnI her When a sick wopian V oticlike10 bUtothlltalnty and doubt sick TOnlAn who U3e1 Dr Pierce 5 Favorite Prescription may do so witiiz opcxeyedhetation In following the hundredi 01 6perfector this mtdldne IrnguJarltyInOamttl3Uon and ulCeratIon aDd cure female weakneM With s heart full otgratItuie 10JOll for e 4 Dlnlldneloend1dkjncWtIInnacr WiJllnltOD eo Mtaod 1 hid lir hbefidowuowhntthInsyacTlptonandonoIiIaCum1j4or Wa lIctInl hbldbUlouslle SouthelonIinRailwayThroaall Yol lit nNt Soulhern ftntoD hOAROUNAGINIs North CAItOL1NGEOR 1 IA and MISSISSIPPIbe W JoIII Tin Dtly IID fltrn iou csnTrtuftvUiIuInotYortormatIon add WinoaI rAis Uh Ay Lotn1L- Ww p I II TulAnAtul 111 A Io IfoUII Lyons Laxative Syruptc 4 getable preparation absolutel7 dumlls In its effect It act geaUy 08 the kldueYI liver and bowels cures ce- tlpatlon iiiouines sick lleadlcktJ Jbloodfell uwell u adults For snie by J ThOll Mica RoslneKy = I NEW THROUGH LINEJ87WtN VAhSVIUE AND dCEIA new through car line bRa beenI established fur the entire distance woverEvanavill and ChIcago tile line being caviafrom nvansville to MAttoon ormerly a part of the P D H Ry Tb services Is as lo11owa- h e NORTH BOUND Dally Hx Sun oj Lv Itvaltsvlle 730pm 730am Ar Chicago 700m 700pm SOUTHBOUND I Dally Ez Sun M- I4vCblcago 840pm 83o5m Arvcusvi2Ie 8oani 55opm Through sleeping cars Oft nigh tr luia and through free reclining thalr era on day trains Tickets ot your K local ticket agent T Subscribe for THE IIARTFORD REPUBLICAN 100 per year in a advance let I in Mrs 4ura s WebbMcI Woman carnUflp 1dmdcd1fo1WIwhkh- we ft I noelcid wnof Cardut and dthkd to try a fie I tJfJfrkncedtolM itWI lbs- flntmoethio 11 011 s It 1ud now I mensvik prwithon now tiMR I urn pasgd sdli- Pnalo ordered msnM Mliingof the wonb iud qvarIi troubles not west ci 01 Theyletlowawotnsncr pf CrdI cnr and vot41hO bce Ffl1 Wico of nthuI rellore4 11- Qhen aba 1FIndan pg Mrs letter will g met moro to1CAl than otJth I ilQ JMjOU suffering ebo tAirlcrvrDruuigietsta w t INEOFCARDUII I I 0 WOLFI HOWLS OF THE WEST Editor of Alton Democrat Airs His Views on Wives ExperIences of the Shb of Per sit Give mm FrlglitSIx IItlD4rcdBttter Ualves Consere4 aahiCalmlt I did Intend to aet sninled some time agnbutI grew dlllCOurg- ed ud changed lilY mind Alter reading that the hah of Iersa baa ewlvesI bd uobert to start out la this greet seething bubbling world with only one little meuleyscrawny wile and I gave It up I could see no- pJtRure In coming home to dinner dItcr day to fled the same old ugly wife dreued In the same old mother ubbard with the same old Irowsy air and the same old dirt under her nger nallstryiiug thesatne old face over the cook stove It Is nstur- hat ii a man with any ambition shout earn for a new wile new frlzu new otheihnbbard and new dirt and I I concluded there was no use la tryln 10 get married ualeH a Cello could d- Sr 0 the thing up In shape as the bah c Ieraln did But I feel more cheerio Iace reading that the shah baa gune zafsaneIIIUD 01 niTrit UMVES The Ibarbs name Is l1uzatTerfld- Cin and be has the most erd of better halves la the world toa ay lIe started his collection mere boy and often sends hi am miles auay to get a tar 0 pecimenas his ambition Is to have no two alike is sire shape or color righunan Young started a collection oace but his handful ol wives watnt a drop la the bucket compared tt- YuufferEdDln and R for the ul n SulaUnuffer has lost wale Iyea than he ever siw Conspire o him Cearreaa Roberts inwldwei- STIle only 818 wilD ever held a cesdI- Ito Mulsaffer in restrlnsonlal- twDJ Solonsoa Joephta tile grea ewish historisia tells as that Solo man had the largest and finest assodIseat of wives ever 1811 promoter of connubial In blisse t thetime of time ot his W81 the proud possessor of 700 head f spouses besIdes a number that ied or eloped with the hired mea ut Solomon took several hundred year to accumulate his flock of wives ty hite Muzafler has gathered his up hi- tbe he short spice ot two score Who n blame him for being crazy A paw lICUES Not only hathe lot 6oo wives but very Culatma he selects twenty- ve orefrom the fairest daUghter hlOhahdotlS And yet Ue little batchctCaced brute Jat hslfu band some as Iota of US poor couotry edl- tera as whocaDt ailIrd even ose IC- nulilerllvca to be sixty years oid eiwlil have something like 1100 his bead of wives But the ordinst- I 1- mlndrecl toatemplstlon of such poutblJlt71 It Is dlt1cutt enough to ala any accurate conception of 6o o aid the mind In grasping the liii port of this great stock company I have prepared a few statistics which tbe reader can easily verily Sup ple poae for instance that each wire weighs ioo pounds dressedwhich Is very conservative eatlmllt the eotlre mass would weigh 6000- 0pupdslOreat Di balls olinowl Thlak- of un having thurtytouii of wife and an equal amount of nuotherInlaw But is take yet another view Sup pole each wife to be 5 feet 6 liche tan Stood one ontop of the other they would tower Into the empyrran J300 feet or seven times as high as the pyramids of Egypt and and lonr times higher thIn the nlfie tower rec thIthat of Mount Vesuvina or the highest Do peak of the Alleghenies Dressed lin bloomers andalood on their heads one ard spart they woul4 make a oru dipickettogether they would make an unbuo allenIf piled up like I kes they would Croma tack 200a fet hlihbut Its doltari to dough one would b mssbeLe 4 These figures will SI reader 1oEe Saint conception ot theD opcztiona of Massaers wte eaTRE3LEtIDOUS Ipent2ditrh 11prneator marriage lIceusesith which hdoWbas one whole aide of his co gaaveJuthena diivescodaIRIInghkea 6ooo yardsoC calico at 5 cents In a yard to make her a wrapper 3 000 pi denscombs to keep her brindle tre3l1C1 out of the bash It takes 6oo palm of lie te to cover her 1200 alabaster calves and miles h IioopnkirtcleRnlnlr there are 12CO discarded cc r seta on the ash heap and on wash dltrs she has to hang her clothes on the tate line and the whole empire smells of soapsuds It takes bur tons of prepared chalk to keep her aowhite a car load of soap for her and when she takes her annual bath the Euphrates gOeJ dry Whcn e hRsthe sick headache or her 600 mothers comes to spend a week LI e- nhedrinSa adjourns and Muzaffer goes on a fishing trip When Mrs Muz3fier and her mother want to go riding In the park It takes ninety leven hay rncks and vso hundred 101JcsO sacred buffaloes to haul them around and the children are left II- IlIluzaffers charge It Is saul that IIll1 he went to trot his first born c uMhis knee one day he let 450 oflt f LCand Wlllt that went up shattered LIIc wludow glass and jolted 1639 nurs- Ing bottles off tbepantry shelf tTta ba Mbyto do the family spankillg- I iIARROWZtO EXPERIENCES INo wonder the shah Is crazy 1m ag yourself my gentle reader the hu sbandofauch a wife Picture If you can this noble luau awakened In the night by a terrified shriek Irom his wh 1gisperfer Im sure there Is n burglar under this bed We who have never never passed through such an ordeal would be lust and undone But Mn- zaffer the son of the universe who sits on the throne of Xcrxes anti Da- rlus and Artaxeres lant undone a bit lIe sits boldly upright In the mi an Jodright of him and to the left ot lila q far as the Le can reach In the dim tlgbt of the smoky kerosene lamp IIsSi Mrs MuzfterEdDlm with her bac k humped and her head burled In tbe pillows with muffled shrieks rip up the midnight calm But MuzalTe- rIbrleks not n solitary shriek The trealury surplus of the royal Satins l or slif Thinkhrlnks lie Is no shrlnke 11 eWibow It is like looking for a needt- a haystack to look for n burgla ben Ieathmind you Is six feet long and hall a J mile In width with MuzfTer In the middle and 300 wives on a side The children steep over In the next couc But what does Muzafter do Dea- cting his hands In despair Nol He simply hlses Ratsi and bolds his ears while the feminine sbrlek that follows drives the burglar stark starting mad and he dies a raving nit nlac- AN ttVPECTINO rICTURE Muzaffer las picturesque character and one Is thrilled with admiration he the Jomiddlethe 1 Lwifeescape a ferocious mouse which seeks tolhla up one of her hundred doz n- Ihllbs Vben Muzafter annouaced- hli InteUtlon eenthy of going to waSv600 pairs orson arms shot around aeck 600 heads were laid on his the shoulder and 600 sobchoked voices maadedtears from 600 pairs of pretty eyes made laded spots on the parlor carpet Thlls the true story of Mnzaflerld tioWerseandIowa Democratdrer ed thThecroup i usually wen known to the mothers of croupy children No tim shonld belost in the treatment of It and for tbls purpose no medicine has maeivedan Chamberlains Cough Rezned3ov not waste valuable time obentingmntter how highly they may be rec erniendedharectedwilt quickly disappear For sale by druggistsRep e callAt a meeting of the Republics qu geecutlveFonatorialm Ky December 20 1912 It was ordered tlt a convention ho held chof the voting precincts lu said trict on Saturday July ii 1903 at Tlegatesn to be held at the county seat o ch county izu said disrlct on MonE y July l IQ3 at I p ru which paty conventions lhan elect dele tes to attend R distrIct convention be held at llartlordCy Saturlay ly 18 1903 it I p inlto nominate has canrlldltte for State Senator In salIdRo strict The representation In UScne ofuntyte for each 25 or fraction oer 2luuh tescast for McKinley for President 1911 and tile basis of represent a b Oeover o votes cast Jar for ce P Wivlngcast In said district convention abs III RepublIconor In raid district NichoLAs BARRASS Chmn M S RAGrANE Seey ASSESSED WEALTHMe f IndIviduals Firms and Cop ratIons ListIng More Than 5000 Worth ofNoProperty EAST IIATEORU c M Barnett 53 First National Bank 2821 I v Ford I rW Ford exccutor 5 0aare J C Riley 10tra CWESTyearsZ villWayne Mohomasiss Lizzie Walker executrix 94CROMWEIL I L Leach 64 14 COOT SPRINGS W MallaceCl VeayJo dephnWalker Myrtle 5097 MST BEAVER DAM Harrison Austin 5020- Itva Taylor 5570- Acantha Taylor 534 3Can K VVLliiams 6702 WEST nHAItR DAM- pn Barnes Bro 10250 John H Barnes 6667 hn W EasrMmmfRVYJones 5167 rJ- Geor e V Render 5450- S J Tlcheaor 5725 cnNTttnTOWf H R Lee Bennett 5roo G P Chapman 5035M WJ tIiThosLeitlsonttRJ FORXiSVILLEmat P Cooper 7435 T Smith Jr 7320 NARROWS Plt 0zhughRe ternfrowCCFrancisWesterfield Bros 5585whe SIIRnVI- tT E Butler 5815 Ed Davidson 15315ml CnltALVO proBMorton3POINThn D Bell 55t8 J C Lindley 8770 sch W Tkhenor 5tt5 Keep Itin Your Home he And when the bowels fan to set prop y take a dose or Lvozaa LaxTIv RrnZt acts gently but effectually 011 at kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order anll ke your complexion clear tiale byj ThosAUea RoslneKy ColAroral achool In this county was quec Ben ned by the trustees What Is tordrcnthe applicant Is on a chair with hitfaceDont WorrythlThis la easier said than done yet It Gory be of sonic help to consider iiie S tter II the cause Is something er which you have no control It I S- vious that worrying will not help e matter In the least On the otii hand If within your control you gus ve only to act When you have a her cold and fear au attack of pheumoala It y a bottle of Chamberlains Cough but medy and dsc It judiciously and IIver use for worry aft to the outcome will ickly disappear There Is nodan t of pneumonia when It Is usedani r sale by an druggists of lIe1 CASTORIA day with For Thfaiits and Children he he Kind You Have Always Bought oth Benrs the BISUlturo of New PartnershIp Mr Logan Barnardof Beaver Dam IIUY albought a hair Interest In Mritan Dolsons livery stable and the edODl w firm will be known by the name nell laofiP wilt take efFect February I Mr I fionce 1 HIO COUNTY TEACHERS here They are and What They are Doing A Iii Acton Is la Valparaiso College Vsrlpazaiso Irid taking a course In pharmacy J D Stewatt Is taking his Jast rs work In the Hospital School of dicine Imisvillc Miss Lou Hoover Is at the State CoStn gp Lezington Ky taking the te Certificate course Carrie Rowe Is In Central rmal College Danvllle lad tak- Ing a buslncss course Chas DeWeese Is In the Dental Dc pnrtmerit of Central University Louis 5vllle taking a course In dentistry Paxton Ion Barrett Misses 10BWilcfJ lIIcr and Victoria Williams taLI bualneseourises In Co l Business College Hartford bas CIowderls taking the firNt r In the medical course at the spital School of Medicine Louis e C Lswrence Is a student of tlte rse School of Telegraphy Shelby e Ky A E Ellis wilt soon enter the college at Valparll Iso md where he will take the course leading to the de- egre or Bachelor of Science iss Floy Murphy has gone to stera Texas Cor her bealthIose Coppage has entered the law artment of the Southern Noiual- ool Bowling Green Sam U Turner has a position In the Hartford College lummer Renlrow has accepted x IJ position In n large dry goods store at eyvillefon A will teach a spring term of school at No 23 Upper Point C P Render has a position In the Morgantown Graded School B H IIodgec has a position In t St Louis III atvrs work In the Hospital School ol 1lclne Louisville E S Howard has entered school at Morgantown S W Crowe Is taking hIs recond rears work In the Hospital School of Icine Louisville Wilt Lewellen will go In a short e to the Indian Territory Oscar Wilson has entered school at- ch field MI rcland InriculateCollege Hartford IcC Jackson vIht attend the spring school at No 13 V M Mosley Is teaching a spring m of school at ReuderOhio county Marvin Black will soon enter the tral Business College Alfred Keene has gone to Texas re he will engage In teaching Miss Maggie Davidson will visit her sister la the South during the sum John liohelmer will soon start on a spective trip to Texas U Davidson will teach a spring faRcouoolO nortialecthetop robably will calarenceduhmanthe State College LexingtondisClaude Smith will toCordlawnThose who have entered Hartfordwl lege are as follows W anHoover dewntonhiondedArthur Miles and Prank Whit = hill Those who think of retiring fromWprofession are Henry don Jones JS M Royal Dr J F itzhugh arid Carl Soper JMDr Dislocated Her Shouldor corsPails Mine fell and dislocated shoulder She had a surgeon get back In place as soon as possible It was quite sore and pained her 1 much Her son mentioned that 6advertisedshe asked hint to buy hera bottle It which he did It quickly re coedwhich she had not done for several the s The son was so much pleased step the relief It gave his mother that has since recommended It to many ers For alcby aU druggistsmo TilE- LEAi4NlNtl4 AND JlEALJNO ieEE rOR CATARRHS Roll IMannt to Coutnin iso to ta dmlf I IIOItkI absorb UIvca itellef nt It Opens and iua the NasI- aga AUit th5a lienS aol Irotect the lImrnn itLn sizes tree tag from St SineInnllIIUOTlIIIIHro Wartn tlrooel New York I NASAL CATARRH CUREr Peruna Cures a Case of Five Years Stanclig D Mr RudoJphM Patterson chicago DL ftYTTTTYTTYTTTTAAAAAAA II xxxxxxXXXXXXyy thofollowingTbtl PeTUnlJ Medicine Company Columbus Ohio QontemcnI have been II aullerel IromnlJulcatsrrbfol tbeplUt live TlJnI and at Ibo earnest solicitation eta friend I tried PeTUnIJ and arngiad toy It has afforded II complete cure It la with pleasure I recommend It to PATTERSONIna great catarrh remedy Itheals and heals quickly and purina foully This Is elm ply the whole story in sword I haTe for years sufferedwithestarzb ed when I toOk cold and Perunal- IDred tnn It Ii deed a Jt1eat medicine and worthy the I Groves Tonichas stood the test Average Annual One a Hilt SacEacJosedWILLIAM REDDISH I Seeks Ills Dues and Finds a CelllWilliam Reddish of Rosine Is ced Into winter quarters In the nty basUte on account of his ro1 uneed views on the question of cot ting accounts due him According Reddlshs story one James Raley me Into possession oj some money e Reddish and refused when called to make ReddIsh whole Red h not caring to await the slow ious and uncertain processes of the for the collection of his debt went to the public hitch rack at Rosine ere Raleys horse was standing d quietly took possession of the beast to hold as a hostess Jar the re- mption of the obligation due him Rniey Just here there seems to ve been a small difference of opln between Rllley and Reddish i omen as as Men c- Are Made Miserable by Kidney TroubleJ KIdney trouble preys upon the mind diiturage and lessens ambition beauty and ctieerfulnesa soon disappear when the kid IIorthat It Is not uncommon for a child to bo born afflicted with weak kid neys II the child win ales too often U the urine scalds the flesh or U when the child reaches an age when It should boablo to ntrol the passage Ills yet afflicted with dwetting depend upon it the cause of difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first should bo towards the treatment of I unpleasanttroubleneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold ycentYou may have a sample bottle by mailtaalso pamphlet all about It Including of thCl thousands of letters receive sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and t mention this paperyDont name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BlnghamlonN highest pratso for It Is reliable and wm never disappoint J O GarrettaThero are two things that thi whole medtcal profession sgroo about concern Ing catarrh The first Is that catarrh is the most prevalent and omnlplelllB d1s ease to which the people in the United pooplohaveand those who go outdoors much sedentaryelusesThe doctorfinds catarrh to be his oon cozuplidatasupon to treat The second th1ng bout bItaUb on Tasteless Sales Honest Well yonMr whlcb resulted in the latter downfall Reddish thought his act shnply measure of precaution flgaiaat the oss of his debt butRaley eemst have regadred It a plaifltase of horse- tealings and accordlngtj bdRed dish arrested with th mutt men tloned aboveSPERSONAL PARAGRAPHS Judge John B Wilson Went to reenville Friday Mr C B Howard ot thewiuih- Ington neighborhood called on iii Friday and renewed his Ult glance to Tmc REPUBLICAN Mr John St Clarol Olatoridrop- pd Into this offienFriday and exchan- gd a dollar for a years good reading Mr Warren Mills of Dada did likewise Mr AMActotiol SalphnrSprlngs- aattendlng the pharmacy department O f Valparasio College Mt Acton wilt graduate In August of this year Prof L K MUburaofWhlt 8ville- alled on us Friday Mr T F Johnson of Sulphur catled on uli Friday Mr ohnson says he has traveled In lIev- erol states recently and has decided hat Ohio county la the best patch ou the face oUhe earth to live on all of which we subscribed and agreed Miss Nannle Kissinger of Fords vUle went to East Sta Louis last weekMr Pete lnfly nod Ismily otCen tralClty were In town Saturday TO CURE ACOLD tN ONE DAV AlloIrnJfItW Orory lgnature boss inch box 5eJOUGH lVER TELPt1NCOMPANY ItacosroaATED JatIDetn camp ann necessary- ou should patronize home folks hete you can buy your own phones bullJ your own lines and be In lking distance with the whole count ty and business points generally by only paying a resisersable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or hey will bent the whole expense if- ou say so We connect with all lu pnrtlcuIIUIiHartford Ky TCwhich all doctors ogrco Is that IUs dl Scull o cure it Local romedles ma- glvo roller but they fail to cure 1IOm- inontly Sprays or snuffs amount i little or nothing except to sivo tamp zary relief Catarrh ta froquently located in into ufti organs which cannot ho reached b any sort of local treatment All this j known by overy physician To devise some aystomlo Internal roll edy which would roch catarrh at Ii source to eradicate It perznanenuy fro the systemthis has been tho desire the rnedlcftl profession for a long tim Forty years ago Dr llartinan con ronh- ttiis problem Ho beUoved then that h hiIOITeCaUy During iii thee years P whJcl1IprtvatoPreeorfptloCafterward him In largo quantities This reined Pcrunl1s now to bo foand fnevery dru store slid nearly VOry homo in the land It Is the only rollablo internal reined over devised to cure any csso of catarrb howover long the case may have bee standing I1olr Cantillus Benne 27 Weal 1ts- iroot New York writes 4 I have tully recovered from my c- itsrrhsl troubles L SWIerea lot throoyesrawithctarrh litad nose and throat I tried all kinds of rhcdlelno with ont relief but at last I havo boon ourod by the wonderful rem ody called Po runs lread of Pe runs In your almanac and wrote you for advice Wirteit I followed After taking ono and onobslt bottles oj- Perana lam entirely cured md cnn recommend Poruna to anyono as the bost and surest remedy for any catarrhaJ- ti01lbleaoIUl1Wna Benne A courso of Peruna never falls to brin- Itliof Thom la no other remedy like pernna Its cures aro prompt and permanent iU you do not dorivo prompt and sati factory results from the use of Forum givingfun II be pleased to give you his Talnabla advice gratis Address Dr Rutman President oC OolumbUDhfo r Chill 25 years over end Millionbottles A I c CHICHESTERS ENGLIS- HENNYROYALP PILLS rJ tO o COfi Rolit tlltJto e IIIrCIIiClIIWtBRNh old metalliC bozal Iaaled with blue ribbon eaIMUIrlUonndlmUaUoao r snd 4etn stamp a iuuir TuU b dIu1ntdtryretisrnItiPl1ariIa ourcunarsa Ounuzov1100 adia4uquat 00IsM ILl BARNES GOLD PENS rAMOUS tot Nearly HALF A CENTUttY rOo to Wig liD OOLD rut a M a4 UMv 5L00 1 a wig xis oOWrUSu4 S1br Pt50 E s LOiGi1iIQOLbPUSas14Iibfr 100- I5 MIl psipU OD J of plo lbSonlhtorp liar told 1cns RepAired- rBARNES FOUNTAIN PEN FInit nbrliotieGold Pm Perfect Ftcdo writ tme MedIUm mounedu t C P BARNES 4 CQ LOUISVILLE KY LiPiitUOT1S MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY Tbi Best rn Current Uferafur 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY MANY SHORTSTORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 260 PERYIA 26 craA COPY i40 CONTINUED STORIES CvEflY tIUMSER COMPLETE IN IT5- CLSliberman F Bros U Largest Fur house tRAmerloa EuropeRfWiItHq Wmallltlrco s SILBERMAN ChlcarrolII XOS- I2Zto1MLch1panSt I I f- r1 i lIJI 8n Ifo 5 1 I 1- C T Hartford Republican luutol by the Hartford Inb1IhIng Comany LICOIO TED JOHN HENRY TUOfAN Editor xgatraoa =O- ClUnbrlanc134Sough alvr FRIDAY JANUARY 30 hales of AdyerUlulr- Tran lent adrernsementa 400 per loch lint naernoDOc per Inch each additional ertloa Special rate on yearly contract Local notice lot per line lint insertion re prI- Ino each additional Insertion Card of thank reeolutlone and obituaries to cent a line Cash In advance ANNOVNCEnENTS For Slate Scnntor We are authorized to annouaceJlOX A N- DESSETT M a candidate for State Senator from the Seventh Senatorial DletrlctaubJect to he action of the Repabltcan party We are authorized to announce SL ST1nSS- al a candidate ror State Senator rrom thlStT path Senatorial DLtrictanbettto the action of the nepnbncan party We are authorized to announce D lJAJEIt1- I110ADS ne a candidate for State Senator from the SeTenth Senatorial dtrld subject to the action or the I epnblirn party For Circifittourt Clerk We ace authorized to annonnce F LSANDE- 1UR ae a candidate for jerk Ohio Circuit Court abJect to the action or the Republican parts We ate authorized to announce E O BAR MASS a8 a candidate for Clerk Ohio QrcultCourt subject to the ocUon or the Republlean party For nCprneulve We ate aulhorlu l to announce DI A D lAIIK a a candidate for Repreeenlatlre from Ohio county uloJect to the action or ItblIpabl- lcan party We are authorized to announce OEO M MADDOX ati a candidate for ltepresentative from Ohio county subject to the action of the lIepalo lean party We are authorized to announce OEOROE- DAKEII Ia candidate for npJfteataLtv from Ohio county lulolt to the action or the Itepub dean party WEE wants thelndlanola post office It has been closed for weeks but now it may ho opened for Weeks GREAT is the board of equalization What they do not know about the valuation of realty in Ohio county has been torn out of the book FOR a little tickling sensation at the heart where you are unable to scratch we recommend the skate cure We tried it its superb GERMAN gunners have not succeed ed In silencing Venezuelan guns but they have no doubt proven them selves good marksmen by knocking out German trade in South tAmerica The Jlllrttord court boar will loon have anew twelve hundred poundbell to real forth proeperlty for the town audconntylleruld What How is that Do you mean to turn your back on timehon ored Democratic traditions by admit ting that the country is prosperous TIlE foreign commerce of the Unit ed States has grown to such magnitude that the present Congress will In all probability credo the now portfolia of Secretary of Commerce And this too under a Republican Protective Tariff Administration lION GEORuE FUEl WILLIAM a Massachusetts Democrat who was sidetracked by his party last fall has cropped out in a new place lie is now organizing a now party by the name of Peoples Party This appellation to George Fred is a mise nomer STRANOEna is our town who are fortunate enough to hear the tintin nabulation of the court house bell go away with the entrancing melody which wells from its molten golden throat glowing in their hearts long after It is heard no more But none of them are quite sure whether it is a reproduction of the Whittington or the Westminster chimes WmN will Carolillans become weary of the bulldozing ruffianism of the Tillmans The assassination of edItor Gonzales for coldcalculating savage brutality is almost without a parallel But we are so accustomed to murder that the last agonizing moan of the victim of the ruffians pistol hardly receives an echo of sympathy from the Blue Grass Commonwealth RUDYARD KIPLING the ragtime poet has again obtainednewspaper notoriety It came not however from his highborn kinsmen on the Isle of Brittain In a gentle swell of adulation but from his haughty cousins across the ditchwho have scored him severely for his utterances on the Anglo German alliance and the Monroe Doctrine His late ute terances show him in a now role that ora keen political diecernerrath er than a noted author T11R Hartford Heraldobligingly gives us a grammar lecture this week It was awfully sweet of the dear old girl to take such a friendly interest in us We know our grammar is not of the best but in the paragraph quoted will she kindly favor us with some rule of grammar that prsves it ungramatical Of course the sweet old thing knew wo meant advance notices notwithstanding her dlclalm or Desirable as it is to use good grammar there is another element more material to the making of a good newspaper than scrupulous con formity to the rules of grammar In fact we have it upon goodauthority that there are some men who learned grammar at Harvard and Yale and learned it well who are glad to earn a dollar a day tamping ballast under railroad ties Rut still wo aint agin grammar as a gineral proposition WE were away from home the first of the week and Mr James DoWeeae dida part of the editorial writing forj this issue This explanation is material to our escape from selfconfessed guilt to rising at the stlll hour of four In the morning and hieing away to the ice pond as wellas from that oi reverieating about our first but long forgotten sweetheart Tan Kentucky Press Association had an elegant six oclock dinner served iu six courses at l3eclbaehs Hotel in Louisville Tuesday evening The Association had a very interest ing business session in the afternoon preceding the dinner which should- havebeenperhapsmenlioned first but such dinners fall so seldom to the lot of the country editor that ho may bo pardoned for considering them the chief attraction upon any occasion To our subscribers who arc several years In arrears it will certainly bo a satisfaction to know that we hall one square meal TnE warm weather of the last few days makes us feel again as we did in the long ago when we stole out in the gloaming and stcollod over the fa miliar moorland arm in arm with our first love to listen to the sweet music of the bullfrog cooing to the object of his affections near him to watch the violeteyed polecat and listen with rapture to the familiar notes ofthe old tomcat as he trills a few bars of something soft and low to his mate on the woodshed Although life more real has come to us now yet we cannot forgot those days and nothing affords so much real pleasure as to live them over again in reverie Tun many friends ot Mr S A Anderson will regret to see in this issue of Tate REvUBuCAN his card withdrawing from the race for Circuit Clerk Mr Anderson has made a record as an official of which the par ty that elected him is proud and on which it would have given him an other uominaliou had he asked it ABa factor in the Republican organi ration of Ohio county Mr Anderson is highly esteemed by his party naao elates and it is not improbable that he will be called upon again by his party to render public service Mr Anderson at the end of his term as CircUit Court Clerk will take up the practice of law for which ho has been industriously preparing himself for several years TOE taxpayers of Ohio county are getting much wrought up over the frequency of homicides in the county Outside of the immediate family ot the deceased the people in general care little or nothIng about these he micides as suchbeing so well accustomed to thembut the expense of throe or four hundred dollars entailed by the Commonwealth in the ineffective prosecution of the murderer is repeated with such frequency that the burden on the taxpayers is becoming so onerous that they are well nigh to the point of open rebel lion In fact this needless waste of public money can go on further only at tho peril of civil government Now If our egotism may be pardoned wo believe we have a remedy to offer which will allay the pending out burst ot public wrathor rather we have two remedies either of which would provo effective Our first and slmpliest remedy is to repealall stat utes and parts of statutes heretofore existing abridging the right of a citizen to kill his fellowman in whatso ever place and manlier he wills but if there is an objectIon to this remedy that it would deprive the lawyers witnesses anti jurors of their ancient and vested rights in fees per hem etc we would suggest that the next General Assembly enact a stringent law requiring every citizen before ho commits the act of homicide to appear before the Judge of the County Court and make good andsufficient bond to said court that ho hIS accessories and sympathizers will meet aU the necessary expenses incurred by the Commonwealth in its various and variable efforts to establish his Idea of necessary or apparent necessary sell defense We art close to the great common people and know just how they feel about this matter and if the lawmakers dont heed our warning well just try to prepare to meet the crash when it comes as come it must for the people are groaning mightily under the burden of this needless extravagance of public fun- dsCAt9TORZA r Jean AJaals Bought thectM8 7- of Smallpox at Fordsvllle Mr Shelby Ford of Fotdsvllle got up with a well developed case of smallpox yesterday morning He Is supposed to have contracted the disease In Louisville about ten days ago The board of health of Fords vllle will take every precaution to prevent the spread of the fearful mal ady The awful pangs of rheumAtism are quickly relieved by an application of Ramons Nerve end Bone 011 251eta FORDSVILLE- Mr Fon Rogers of Greensburg was In town from Saturday until Monday Miss Mamie Smith visited her brother Mr Arthur Smith at Glen deane last Friday and Saturday Mr J M Graham of Narrows was here Monday Mr Fred Litsey Is on the sick list Mr Griffin Knight of Oklahoma Is the guest of Mrs Welburn and family Mr D J Nuuemacher of Illtnols was the guest of the faintly of Mr W S Gaines Saturday and Sunday Mrs Annie M Smith went to Owensboro Monday for a few days Misses Alma Mattingly and Emma Lou Moorman of Glendeane came down Thursday with Mr Arthur Smith and were guests nt his home for the drawt1tlc entertainment Thurs day night Dr and Mrs Arnold McCarty have been In Oweusboro for several days on account of the death of Mrs Mc Cartys grandmother Mu Miller Ucssers Clarence Smith lac1 Walker Charlie Reynolds and others spent Sunday In Owensboro Miss Mabel Muter of Herbert Is the guest of Mr and Mrs J P Gilmore Mt W W Gaines was tn Central City and Elizabethtown last week Miss Nancy Smith went to Owens bozo Thursday to see Mrs LeMoyte In In Those Present which will be given there Thursday night Miss Smith will remain a few days for a visit Mr T S Ford Is sick this week Dr I Sander died Wednesday at r p m at his home here of dropsy He will be bunted here Thusday Mrs A Henderson Is visiting In Cincinnati Her little son Fred will join her there Saturday Mr and Mrs jas Haynes 0- 1Lewlsport have been the guests Mrs N Morrison this week The Gentry Stock Company who came out here from Owensboro and gave the play The Virginian proved a very good one The attend ance was large and the venture very successful Efforts are being made to procure a minstrel troupe of thirty members for about February the 9th Your correspondent has been sick for several days and not being out at all I am sorry to be unable to report more from our town this week Its movlngs happenings etc e CRNTRAL GROVE The series of meetings at the Dap- tist church which were conducted by the pastor Rev E DMaddoxclosed last Thursday night there having been eighteen conversions and eleven additions to the church The baptlz ing will take place next third Sun day at u oclock at Browns ripple Mrs Kitty Tanner wife of Mr Jno Tanner died last Saturday after an Illness of several weeks Funerals rvlces were conducted Sunday at the residence by Rev G J Bean after which the remains were laid to test in the Miller graveyard near Goshen Mrs Tanner was a chris tlon woman and loved by all who knew her Mr W F Landrum Williams Mines spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr C L Loney Mr Howard Faught has bought Mr R M lIobdYI farm Miss Maldie Park Is attending school at Beaver Dam r JINGO Mtssrs Beaty Dalton Brecken ridge county were In this section last week trying to buy farm land but returned without buying Mr John Allen of near Beaver Dam hnsmoved In with W E Baker and will raise a crop with Mr Baker this season Mr Robert Vance has moved from this place to the farm of Mr D W Likens where he will work the com lug season Mr Frank Flelden of Sulphur Springs who has been confined to his bed for several days with a cow placation of diseases Is Improving Mr Robert Davis has just returned from an extended visit to LaRue county where he has been visiting relatives and friends Mrs Beatrice Murphy wife of Mr A G Murphy has been quite sick for some time but at this writing she ts thought to be Improving gFORT NIAGARA N Y Ma EDITORI see by your letter heads that the Hartford Publishing Co Is In good hands and a pilot at the wheel with au eagle eye When anything really happens In the Ninth Infantry or vicinity of any real Interest to your many readers I shall be pleased to write It all out at my earliest convenience Just now we have one of Longfelr lows long and dreary winters where the Ice on lakes and rivers grows ever thicker thicker thicker and the snow grows deeper deeper covering aU the hills and valleys Of course the Ninth has a few good things In the post If your readers should be eager for ancient his toryIn 1898 down lu Santiago with Shlter we marched up the hill or at least the Ninth Infantry with wy old regtmentthe Twentyfirstand many others good and true marched up the San Juan Milli where many came not down again Then again over to Luzon we truly did march with Lawton at Laporte river anti oth er skirmishesAgain trying campaigns In j Lamar the Ninth bore her part In the cold Northern wintr hele the outdoor drills are put by and In their place there are Officers Lyceum study of strategy topography etc by officers of the post post school for enlisted men neelllng or desiring instruction and such cnlisthemlcs as are practical Indoors or Instruction by the Captains In theories or field maneuvers rifle practice or signal drillWe are not really so Idle as the many suppose though we fetid tlne for skating and dancing and reading Company D has n library of 2oon volumes or so Sonic of the men are cutting ice but your scribe as usual Is plAying pedagog lu the post school I have a bid to a musical In Corn pa- fly Cto so with good wishes to you and the patient reader I am Yours truly J C D NOW THEY STAND In tile InqulrerRepublfcan Rubber Tire Buggy Contest Miss Jessie Reynolds r io Miss Bessie Barnes Iooo Miss Lella Hunter So Miss Nancy Smith 720 Miss Bessie LoYII L 627 Miss Laura Morton T 508 Miss Mattie Bean soo Miss Eva Martin It Miss Eulah Bennett 412 MIss Sophia Miles 41s Miss Mollie Peyton 400 Miss Ida Addington 308 Miss Eva Taylor 30G MIss Gussie Woodard 208 MIss Lydia Tlchenor 208 Miss Jennie Armstrong 2a6 FRIEDALAND- Rev H D Burch filled his his reg ular appointment at Cane Run the 3d Sunday Mr W S Sandbach has gone to Leithfield where he will enter school for the spring Misses Minnie White and Lizzie Canon of the Mt Vernon neighbor hood visited their friend Miss hula Sandbach receutly Mr and Mu W J Logsdon visit ed their daughter Mrs L W Ford SundayDr J A Sandbach closed his school at New Bamus last Friday with a large crowd In attendance Mr and Mrs E D Ford and little daughter Tana were the guests 01- rolr Charlie Christians family Sun day Miss Ida Gould of Horton Is visit Ing her cousin Miss Iva Cummings of this community Dr J A Saodbach left Tuesday for Louisville where he wil resume his course of studies In the Hospital Col lege of Medicine Our little town Is on a loom Mr I L Hoover and son are remodeling the store house once occupied by them and contemplating entering the merchandise business Mr Elbert Ford and wile visited Mr Granville Christian and wife Sunday Mr G J Hoover and wile spent Slturday night and Sunday with Mts Hoovers brother Mr W L Gentry All druggists guarantee every bot tie 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 sate to take It prevents any tendency of a cold to result In pneumo- niaCAl5iTOFttA Jean theitoKiadYoiHave ffsays8ought- EfeE rs- t ROCKPORT ReV F G Jones of Drakesboro filled his regular appointment here In the Baptist church last Saturday and Sunday and was reelected to serve as our pastor for another year Mr C H Blanslord of Central City was tn town Tuesday Misses Mabel Maddox and Mary Sneddon and Messrs Cleveland lies sell and Keller Haynes went to Echols Monday afternoon Mr S J Tlchenor of Mellenry was In town Monday Mr Geo M Maddox went to Hart ford Monday Messrs judson Rowe and Cleve land lIerrel will visit In Leitclt5eld next Sunday Mr John Randolph one of Rock ports best citizens died last Sunday morning with that dreadful disease consumption after being confined to his bed for about six months HIs remains were Interred at the family burying grounds In Muhlenberg county Funeral services by the Rockport lodge of Odd Fellows lie leaves four toys and a host of friends to mourn his lass Mr Randolph was a member of the Baptist church In goolstanding Misses Ollie Reid sad Maggie Ben nett who have been visiting pt Drakesboro for the past two weeks returned last Sunday Messrs C D Ross and Luther Ad dlngton of Sml1hous were In town last week Mr Lee II IIIte of Clatksvllle Tenn was at G M Maddox Wtd nesday on business Miss Annie Ifamuters of Devler Is visiting Miss Mary Snedden of this placeMr Joe Jf Smith has returned to Rockport his home alter nn absrnee- of twelve months at Dawson Springs- as telegraph operator for the I C R R Co f DEDA- fkhoolclolell at this place January the 231 Q1l1el numbr of visitors and patrons were present and were highly entertained by the programme rendered I Miss Oma Ctllbtree Is visiting her cousin Miss Annn Bennett Prof W R Carson went to haft ford Monday 1confinedcept a position with Mr J n Foster Hartford Mills Belva McCormick No Creek attended the closing exercises of the school at this place last Friday Rev Cantrell passed through our town Saturday en route to the Quarterly Meeting which convened at Shinkle Chapel Misses Alberta and Blanche Greer went to Hartford last week Mr E G Barrass Beaver Dam 1- cndldate lorCircuit Court Clerk was t- In our town last week canvassing and was the guest of Mr S P Bennett while here Mr Tlchenor Point Pleas ant has purchased the farm of Mr J W Marks and will move In the neat future Mr R P Bennett will move to his latru on Green River Tuesday Mrs J W IIatcher Is on the sick listMr Shadarnch Greer went to Beaver Dam last week Mrs S A Bennett who has Men ill for several days is Improving DAVIDs GOUNTY DANK TRUST 00 OYENSDORO KY Cash CapItal 60000Stockholders Addtl LIsbnity 30000- Oeraelee Fund for Customers 100000 DtIIU recetred eateet to hoI Coma nothma to dpooIl or cheek ouL rill can be don by mall lateaat 114 Oil lime depo1t- a PER CENT tor II tnonlhll or t percent toehorterrerlod lnteret br 1nalmmedltetp all or write for further pezUcntra- T S ANDEUCON Pretaet Louisville Market CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers55r450 s Medium to good steers 4 754 S 00 Choice butcher steer 4 o04 4 3 tedium to good butchers 3 Soo 4 0 Common to medium 3 ooe 3 2S Canners t 254 13g Good to choice feeders 3 754 400 Common to medium 3 254 J 7 Good to extra stock steers 3 254 3 80 Common to medium 2 254 J 00 Good to med stock heifers 3 oo4 3 25 Plain light mixed stockers 2 250 2 85 Good to choice bulls 3 034 3 25 Medium to good bulls 2 254 3 0o Choice veal calves 6 2s 6 75 Corn to medium calves 4 754 550 Choice to fancy much cows 45 oc J 5o 00- Ucdlum to good 25 oot 35 00 Plain common 20 OC e 2500- nOGS Choice packing butchers 200 to 300 lbs 6 70 Sled packers 16o to Zoo 6 20 Choice light 120 to tba 631 Choice pigs 90 to 120 6 0o Goon pigs 50t0 90 S 75 Roughs 151 to 500 S 5110 600- SlmEI Mm LAMBS Good to extra shipping 2 75a 3 00 Fair to good 2 5o 2 75 Common to medium 1754 2 25 Bucks 12 25 TUB GRAIN MARKET WheatNo 2 77c No 3 75c re jected 8c less on levee Ifc less CornWhite 6Jc mixed 63yfc1 yellow 69- COalsWhlte J7c mixed 29ifc The prIces for wheat are those paid by dealers the quotations for corn oats and rye are selling prices TILE PROVISIONS MARKET Mess PorkI6 50- nilmsCholce augar cured light and IIpcclal cure 121 f4Cj heavy to medium r313 ifr BaconClear rib sides 11 Jc regu lar clear sides t i lc packed breakfast bacon I4yc sugarcured shoul ders Io Jc bacon extra ttnc LardPrime steam In tierces lo4c e choice leaf In tierces II yc In tubs I1Sc pare leaf laud In tierces 124c- in flrkins 1240 Bulk MeatsRibs II3fe regular clear sides 1I4 extra short 1oJe i l CY RC- Le f1jTfLDT Are operated by tiro Dotwoort TEXAS4nd tho Northand Eastnotwoo- nBIRMINGhIAM MEMPHIS- And the Northand Westnotwoon I Kl 910MA And the N rthand Fast Observation cafe ears under tllft management of Fred Haney Equipment of the latest and best design Dizzy Then your liver Isnt acting well You suffer from biliousness constipation Ayers Pills act directly on the liver For 60 years the have been the Standard Family Pill Small doses cure ARdru iIIU- Wanl mouII1oft or wad a EeeuUlu- lbrownorrlcbblack f TI 11- 11BUCKINGHAMS DYEWh lota- eI en er pwwu6 e No a M M SHERIFFS SALE HyvlrtllC of Execution No Ig8S B n directed to me which Issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court In favor of Juo Simpson gainst Jut Drown I or one of my Deputies will on Monday the 2nd clay of February 193 between the hours of t oclocl pp ml1nd 3 oclock- p m at the Court House door In Ohio county Ky expose PUBLIC SALE to the bidder the fallowing property far soF much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy rlaluUOs debt Interest and costs towlt One tract of land about forty acres bounded as follows On nrrth by the land of jut Provn on east by Jo F Hill on south by W P Ashby on West by Finns Jackson levied upon as the property of Jilt Brown TERMSSale will be made on a Jedat the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force oj and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this 12th day 01 January 19x3 cr Rnow t SO C Get o free sample Ill Chamberlain Stomach and Liver TAblets at all druggists drug store They are ens- ter to take and mote pleAsant tn ellect than pills Then their use Is not followed by constipation as Ii often th case with pills Regular size 25c per box WantedHorses and Mules 1 will bo at Dodsons stable Hartford Ky on llonclay February 2 to buy horses and mulus I will pay goo prices for good stock Nloa POlffEat 0Bowling Green Ky t71L19TOR XAtht lhs Kiad Yet Have AlaaR- Bigaatero 11 iGt M JThe Eureka Mfg Co of East St Louis Ill wants man with rig to la- troducc Poultry Mixture In this cone ty They offer a salary of 600o per month to a good worker and they furnish bank reference ot their relic blllty Send stamp for full partlcu faro to EUREKA MFG CO boz too East St Luls III 25tt Mother ILost Reason After LaGrlppo Daughter Had Frequent Spasms Dr Miles Norvfno Cured Them Both perrorsdisordersa speedy and permanent cure 1 feel it amy duty to let you know that your medicines han cured 111t1e of nlneolspam ShecamlIencedhnlnthem- at the tQe three Our faintly doctor said she would them but did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble was fits to a form lie did her no either She wu 10Inervous he cpotd hardly walk As I IIIready used Ur Nervlne and foundIIt a remedy for myself I giving It to my gave her In nil tenIDotUrs of the Nenlne and one of the Purifier That was over two yurl ago and she has not had sec attack since we com menced the tretment She is troubled with nervousness and we consider her permanently cured I enclose her pie turn lawlost her reallOn was Intana for three months from the effects of LaGrtppc 511 bottles of Dr Milo NerIvine cured M sister hal also for sick headacho with good resulta We all thank very much YOW gOQd medl floes and kind advice dont think there Is orbit medicine hat f as good I send my daughters photograph JO that you may see shat II sweet lives out In Arkansas D1RS IIAICICAII lIUKETTI SprlnrdslrArkAll sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies fiend free book 4n Ucalt DIeaaea Address Dr Miles Medical Cu Elkhart lad- WANTEUAtrrnltoellTeaCnneSpire the Inrlllt lmqrtlna houln the t tI IIiwre- comiallon to xent and large InolaOIIIIIII t- coetolners Oood loorne to any ono who wl- lwndafewhouradey AldoA E WALICNY AnYRarsiIu Aucscy UWg nth A Slain y i OTEL I T QUISENBERRY Propr Best 100 Hotel in the City YJlll Patronage Solicited 1I11ltolrlc St lwensbnro ICy U Cumberland TELEPHONEAND lolegrnph Co hirorpoIled Theres nothing the matter wIth my business I have the Cumber land Telephone la my residence and place of business My business bas Increased and my wUts voice Is never heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition C p NOVlhlN Manr Ir Invalids4V rib u trork potion Tbea cometOOllldpa bWooI cs sick headache fevers and malAria The ooJ treAtment uw gives tho liver just the nrht touch sad tan Natuloe work la the rlgbt manner w lAVONS LIVER PILLS J ANDYONIG PELLETS The pal touches tho liver sod the pellets tone the sywm daa for days test S cents and uo less your caeo U uoeodmgly tad you win bo well before you Cnlab them- Bsmpla free For sabotraU deelln sale byJ H WllllamsDrugglst Hartford Ky H e e HHH t e H H e I Hie He e n n e He H u Great Slaughter in the Price of SHOES WO have on hand a largo nssortment of SHOES of the vary llS1 broods on the American markets and must sell them to make room for our Spring stocks Shoes I Shoes ShoesI SHOES for Ladies S1IOlS fir Gentlemen SII01S for Children These SHOES must go Como in eeyour own price md take thom Remember wo have no l SHODDY STOCK Every pair firstclass both in make and style and Os priceIYours for Trade t SAM BACH Hartford Ky HI 1 a I Ia III III a aI 111 t E P BARNES BROS MidWinter Reduction SedeMEANS A BIG SAVING TO ALL WHO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE CUT PRICES Great Line of Overcoats llro ctrl still show you as good a lille us most merchants show at the beginning of the season and wo will soil thom pricesNollI low price Ladies and Misses Wraps Anaything on our racks iu this line will ho sold at from 10 to 50 por cent reduction You can afford to invest jn one of these garments for next winters uso peso prices means mono to you and a less to us but wo dont mean to carry ovor a garment that the prico will soil Winter Waists and Skirtings We ha Skirtings on which wo are giving 25 to 50 1or cent cuts in price Goods which we sold at front 75c to 1 por yard going at the round prico of 50c per yard Waist goods that sold at from 15c to 25c per yardcut to loo and 15c por yard All seasonable and sorvicoable melclI1mliso that you have only to see to appreciate More New Goods Our buyer has just returned from the markets with now fresh Bargains Fascinators at 25c fiOo and 75c Ladies Vests and Pants 25c 50c and 1 Union Suits 250r50e und 1 lions and Dos Gloves 25c 50c 75c and 1 lions Underwear 25c fiOc 75c 1 and 1601ous Wool Socks 25c to tOe Ladies fleeced Cotton IIoso We to 25c pOl pair Misses and childrens Wool Hose 20e to 25c Overshoes for all ages and sizes Leggings at from 50e to 1 por pair Heavy winter Shoos for Mon Boys Ladies and YduckBring us sumo good firstclnss timothy or redtop hay or shuckedcorn and get morohn11di80 that will meet the dp maims of the season lit1irico3 tllftt inon n say ltlg to your IEP SARVES RROBEAVER DAM V iI M i o 1 Qil6nsboro KyMain StIWt brtxpen Triplet and Dollar lIt atttntiollrtven to stack llcodgantkr fat peeNsJAMES Propri toreIJ Ir r i= i 1 y a CLOTHING i SPECIALS UI t b 41 bi T4T4 For the next ten days we are going to of bbb1 for our trade some special drives in our br 44 b t +4 Clothing Department These are not shelf b r- blF worn stock but goods that are firstclass in every respectT4 bit U SPECIAL NO 1 br 4 U- tq Is an allwool Black Chiviot Pants woll mado bf 4 b longwaisted gunrnntectl tho voly best black Pants that usually retail at 250 Our Special price for b1 4 ton days only is lrt- I 44 150 U U T3T4 O 4Q U SPECIAL N02b1Is n Pant thus wo tako special delight in calling E your attention to for wo positively know that thoy G can bo found nowhero for less than 300 fhey are a small check mixed with brown tonbwaisted- wellnlado sowed with silk thread throughout and bll prieoT3for ton clays is b- tQ 43 bl- 4Q 200 E Remnant Stock Overcoats E overtpricesthoy are moving and moving ftStbut the b- n Price is what floes it We are selling our 600 all wool Beaver Overcoats for 150 Our 850 extra U 4 lino black Beaver Overcoats nro being slaughtered nt U 500 Bettor buy now mid sao from 3 to 5 U 41 iHgPLACE IS brb- T3 b6- tv br b1- T3 d- it j t49 = + I I I I I I I I I I p I I I I I Slaughter Prices IN BIG STOCK AT Taylor and Williamsa Mines It is our purpose to reduce the stock In o t stock of General Merchandise in the next 3d- wedays onehalf and in order to do so Will make sacrifice sales along the line indicated below Country produce taken in exchange for goods at highest market price These prices will hold good for 30 says only Come early before the best bargains are gone liens Vici Kill Shoes reduced from 450 to 350 Aotis Vici Kid roduc ed from 350 to 275- Mens Waterproof Box Calf reduced from 350 to 275Mens Best on Earth Shoo reduced from 150 to 100 Ladices Vici Kid re duced front 150 to 1 Ladies Kilo1ish Shoo reduced from 125 to 85cOld Ladies Vici Kill reducctl from 200 to 125 Mops Crushotl hats vctluocd from 125 to I 750 bt bf T Mens Black lupine 15o to 100 Mens mack Alpine reduced from 250 to 75Mens mack Alpino LiborY Special 300 to 200Mons and Boys Suits reduced 331 per cent Overcoats reduced 50- por cent Bargains in Corduroy and Jeans rrouso- Everything il tlo DryI Goods lino rolll1col in proportion 5c Calico reduced to 41 cts Millinery reduced one half These are only a few samples of the Barr gains offered The edition will not allow us pace to give them all but our clerks will fake pleasure in showing you our goods Very respectfully Taylor Williams Coal COS Taylor Mines Williams Mines Ky f I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Hartford Republicant LriiIDAY JANUARY 3n City Restaurant Carson Bros pay cash for Fur- obsNice Fresh Groceries at Cleve llers Pull line Tropical Pruits at Cleve llers EverythIng good to cot at City Res tnuraut Mr George Maddox Rockport was here Monday Mr G B LIkens was In Owens born Tuesday Mr M L Ifeavrin was In ItordE vile Monday Mr M L IIeavrin went to Owens bore yesterday Mr Jas DavIs Sunnydale was In town Monday Mr John n Wilson was In Owens boro Tuesday Mr Ben D Ringo was In Owens ooro thIs week Nicest line of Candles In town at City Restaurant Tomatoes roc per can at Tlor Coal Cos Store lion A S Bennett Beds dropped In to see us Monday Mr A D White was In Louisville the first of the week Esquire G S Pitzhugh of Dundee was In the city Monday City Restaurant Is the most uplo date place In Hartford Get your uptodate lunches or meals at City Restaurant Prof J W Petty Rockport was In town the fiat of the week Mr Sam Bach was In Louisville Tuesday and Wednesday Mr Sam Leach Cromwell was in town the first at the week Mr N B White Olaton was among our vIsitors Monday Schracters Floating StudIo will leave Hartford PeWuary r 1913 Cheese Sausage Boneless Ham and Crackers at City Restaurant Mrs Mary DanIel of Olaton Is dangerously 111 of heart trouble Mr A R Renfrow Is very ill of appendIcItIs at his home at Dundee Mr Warren Baker of Render was a pleasant visitor at thIs office yester day Three cans of Strawberries orGoose berries for lSC at Taylor Coal Cos Store City Restaurant handles the nicest line of Goods In Hartford Evertblng the very beat Mr R G Lane Morgantown rep resenting the Loyd Tye Co was here Monday Extra select Oysters nlwaya on hud at City Restaurant and served In any style Mr Claude n Smith has opened a taw office In the rooms over the Rn YURUCAN office Infants CloaksCaps Flannels etc at greatly reduced prIces at Taylor Coal Cos Store Messrs If B Ashby and C K Re ueer of Ceutertown were visItors at tbJi office Wednesday AU Misses and Vdles can be fitted In Corsets for halt the usual price at Taylor Coal Cos Store We want Hen II Turkeys Egge flacks Geese and Feather for whIch we will pay the highest market prIce GRsoN CoI Mr and Mts A Buskill who have been visiting here for the past few weeks returned to theIr home lu Crowley Ln Wednesday Torchons LInen Laces Volcefened Insertions Thread and SwIss Bead fogs and allover Hmbroderles almost given away at Taylor Coal Cos Store If yon want some of our remnant Calico that we guarantee loyda In one parcel you had better come now as we have only a limited amout left CARSON Co Dr Isaac Sanders an old and hon ored physIcian dIed at his home In Fordsville Wednesday at t oclock p m of dropsy lie was one of the old school of physicIans and he had en joved a long and lucrative practice In the Fordsvllle communIty A Cough eI have made a most thorough trial of Ayers Cherry Pectoral and am prepared to say that for all dls eases of the lungs It never dlsap poInts J Early Finley Ironton 0- A crs Cherry Pectoral wont cure rheumatism we never said It would It wont cure dyspepsia we never claimed ft But It will cure coughs and colds of all kinds We first said this sixty years ago weve been saying It ever since rkrea alias Z5c SOC ll Alt dregIds Consult your dOJtlrl he saga take It then do u no bake 14 then dunl It lie knows Leanl lIb Jh0AYERCOLowellMail r Fresh Itlnh at City Restaurant next Monday Mr J n Mitchell of Olaton W3S In town Wednesday Rev J W Cantrlll of No Creek t called on uslyesterday Levering Coffee roc per pound at Taylor Coal Cos Store 15 bars of Santa Claus Soap for 5 at Taylor Coal Cos Store Dannewlller Coffee uic per pound at Taylor Coal Cos Store Mr P A Moxley No Creek Vas among our vIsItors yesterday A big line of Ribbons at unheard of low prIces at Taylor Coal Cos Store CitY Restaurant will be chock full of good things to eat next Monday County Court Fresh Oysters Oyster Stew Oys ters Raw Oysters any way you want em at City Restaurant Mr Charlie Deweese of Trisler came down yesterday spent the nIght with his brother Supt Jas DeWeese and left this mornIng for Louisville OVnRCOA1That Is what every man needs In cold weather and here Is the place to get them Great bar gaIn In every coat at Carson Cos Mr Garrett Petty an old and respected farmer of the Trisler country dIed Monday of pneumonIa Mr Petty was eighty years old and was sick less than fortyelght hours Mr John W LeIghton of Bowling Green Is organizing a class In physl cal culture here The class will be gin work In a few days In the hall of the Central Business College You can buy Hosiery cheaper than ever before In your life at Taylor Coat Cos Store They can sell you five paIrs of Ladles stockIngs or Mens Half hose for sac To my Many FrlendsHaYlng purchased a halt Is the livery business of J B Dodson I will be glad to seeyou all I will take charge next Monday Yours for trade LTBARNARD Mr II G Schrreter who has been In Hartford sInce September will leave with his Floating Studio for Rochester and other points on Green RIver Sunday February r He will return agaIn In SeptemberI I have opened up Jewelry and WatchmakIng headquarters In the City Restaurant Hartford and am I prepared to do all kinds of work In my line AU work guaranteed ac cordIng to contract I am located here permanently altd will apprecIate your patronage WILT STEVENS Mr Clarence Gillespie who lives with Mr Joseph Marlow near Eords vile happened to a very serious accident last Thursday While out hunting he accIdently discharged hiss gun the entire load of shot penetrat- Ing hIs left arm At last reports he was doIng reasonably well We certainly have had II big trade on remnant calico and now we are goIng to offer you another good thIng In the way of domestic We have four bales of factory that we are go Ing to sell at 3C lu bolt lots and qc by the yard ThIs lot cant last long at these prices so you had better not delay the matter These prIces are for cash or good country produceC- ARSON Co In calling attention last week to the ad of the Davless County Bank and Trust Company we inadvertently called It the Owensboro Bank and Trost Company The Davless Coun ty Bank and Tzuat Company has illustrated Its enterprise by comIng In to the field for a share of the business of Ohio countys citizens and It Is fully worthy the confidence of tbeI public THOMAS GALVIN Killed by Flying Train atRo sine Thomas Galvin section foreman of the Beaver Dam section was killed while attempting to board II movIng train at RosIne the l2nd Inst There was some trouble wIth the trestle just below RosIne and GalvIn had been ordered there with hIs men to help repaIr the trestle At430 Thursday evenIng he attempted to board n last movIng freight train to- go to his home at Beaver Dam but be- mlssedcacthlng the arm on the side of the car and fell under the traIn where he was Instantly killed and hIs body trrlbly mutilated Coroner Davis was called who held nu inquest over the body Miss Florence Rowan Dead MIss Florence Rowan died of con gestlon of the stomach at her real deuce near LIvermore Wednesday nIght and her remaIns were laid to rest In Pleasant Hill cemetery yesttr dayMiss Rowan closed her school In her home distrIct FrIday and had en gaged to open a prIvate school n LIvermore Monday but freUng slightly IndIsposed Monday morning sh deferred opening the school till next Monday But the alight Illness of Monday grew rapIdly worse and sb dIed us stated above Wednesda midnight MIss Rowan was II daughter of MA r C Rowan and was about twent three years old at the time of bet death The bereaved family have the sympathy of the communIty BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ReconveueHcarftanyComplaintand S The Board of Tax SupervIsors re convened Mondiytohear complaint- of taxpayers whose assessments ha bodyocman consIsting chltfly of gullied hillsides and broom sedge fieldo as Well as the owner 01 bottom lands which were very wet and craw fishy as very numerous But the members of the board who are sItting theIr filth sIt In that capac Ity have long sInce become calloused- to these complaints and they made very few reductions for the benefit of the owners of the above described lands It Is extremely interesting to note the dlfierclJce In description the landowner who has been raIsed gives to the Board of SupervIsors and to a prospective purchaser The board completed Its work and adjourned yesterday Mr T H Carson of LIvermore who Is vIsiting friends In the county gave us a vary pleasant call yesterday To My Republican Friends It had been my Intention to make the race for reelection for the office of Clerkof the OhIo Circuit Court and I had so announced to some of my friends but after due deliberation and thInking It best for me and perhaps best for the Republican party for me not to enter the contest Jar the nomination I take thIs method of Inform Ing my friends that I will not be n candIdate for reelection I have several reasons for not entering the contest and the most po tent reason Is that I feel that after the sacrifice of time and money on my part fighting a Democratic contest after I was elected that I should have had the nomination from my party without opposition and thereby I could have made a much stronger race however there are some worthy gentlemen who evidently think they should have the nomination hence they are askIng for the support of the Republicans for the office The office does not belong to me and Is open for some good man and- I want to see the nominee whom he be wIn lu the final election I proud to be the first Republican CIrcuIt Clerk Ohio county has ever had and I trust that my efforts sInce have been In office have given satisfaction to the people and that In retiring from office I will have the goodwill of aU the people As soon as my time expires It Is now my Intention to enter Into the practice of the law for whIch I have been studying for the past four years Thanking one and all of my friends Jar theIr loyal support and most hearty endorsement for reelection I ain Yours truly SAM A ANDERSON Hartford Ky Jan 29 1903 The New Cash Grocery has just received a bar ref of firstclass New Or leans MolassesSOc per gallon Public Sale I will on Saturday February y 1903 at my firm near Sanderfurs CrossIng expose for sale to the hIgh est and best bIdder all my stock feed and farmIng Implements consIsting In part of one pair of horses and harness road wagon cows calves an9 hogs mowing machIne and take dIsc harrow etc- TERMSUnder 5 cash fs up on ten months time with 6 cent Interest from date Good with security will be rtquired dIscount aU notes two per cent for cash Sale to begin at mo oclock You are Invited L T BARNARD u DUNDEE Mr Marvin Black spent a few days In our town last week Mr A R Renfrow Is very ill ofi appendIcitis Mr Will Felix was the guest Dr McDowell Saturday night an Sunday Mr Noah Skaggs 3s very ill at thl a writingThe storks visIted the home of Mr and Mrs Byron Bean Friday leavIng a wee girl Mrs Mark Renfrow Is at the bed sIde of her son Mr A R Renfrow A most successful term of school under the management of Prof Ellis Mitchell closed here last Friday The entire treatment of Ramon s LIver Pills and TonIc Pellets for con stipatlon costa but 25 centsmedl clue fr a mouth pleasant to tai and thorough In action Ask lor- Ramons 2SC J H WillIams Marriage Licenses G J Baize Balzetown to Click Baize Balz town J W Stewart Ceralvo to Victoria Wilkins South Carrollton Woodle Harper Bremon to Ella Adl1lulon Smal1housII The assassination of E ittor Ganza- t lea Is a crIme which sbouldthe MOIt gomery Advertiser rightly atatea oplnloe3 tube assassinated wIth ImpunIty for something printed is his paper teen the boasted freedom of the press is tdenllsticYresorted to the tactics of the thug and the coward There has notlln fat Advertlaernaltadawy reason whLttver to apprshend nn at tack lie was unarmed and Ihel- pplessLouiavill Herald r U i b llclzing JointsIn tbo fingers toe arms and otter parts of the body pro Joints that aro Inflamed and ewollon by rheumatism that acid condition of the blood which affects tho muscles also Sufferers dread to tnovo especIally theIrIweather U has been n lone time since wo have boon without Hoods SnrsnparUla My tattier thinks 110 mold not do without It Ito has been troubled with rheumatism slnen i10 us a boy and Hoods 8nrsapn rUIn 14 tho only medicine ho can lake that win onablo Mm to take his place In the field sae Ana DO1r Sidney Iowa Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Removo the cause of rheumatismno outward application can Take them IN THE RIVEB A Mob of Colored Men Chased a Livermore Rapist John Jones On last Saturday morning John Jones a negro who had committed an assault on Ida Talbott a negress near Livermore was run Into Green river by a mob of negroes and drown ed jones had been arrested and was In the custody of Marshal Brown of Livermore who had hIm In hiding HIs whercabout became known to the mob anti they ImmedIately made a demand for the prisoner Brown turned the negro loose and told him to run for hIs life lIe did thIs and was ImmedIately fired by the mod lie was wounded butI succeeded In gtttlng to the river and disappeared The river on both sIdes wag guarded durIng the re lnalnder of the nIght but nothing more was ever seen of Jones His hat was found pIerced by several bulI lets and staIned with blood That heI met death by drowning after being woundedthtre is absolutely no doubt but a careful draggIng of time rIver failed to locate his babyINo white men took any part In the mob Jones was a deck hand on theI boat Park City Lost or Stolen One black setter answers to name of Spot Liberal reward for return of dog to William Schlemmer Hartford Two bunches of Chew ing Gum for Sc at New Cash Groceryp CENTERTOWNJ Our spring school under the man agement of MIss Mattie Tlchenor be gan the 20th with a very good attend anceIProf H H Davis closed a very successful school at Coffman last week and Is with us agaIn Mr J C Warden Is confined to hisI room with severe cold Mrs Sara James who has been sIck for several weeks Is thought to be ImprovIng slowly Mrs Harrison Kuykendoll Is Imn provIng from her recent illness Hon A S Bennett was In our town last week hand shuking with his many friends Misses Willie Everly and Jessie Tatnm of PoInt Pleasant vIsited the family of Mr Alvin Rowe here last weekMr LL Patterson of PoInt Pleas ant was In town on business this weekMr Enos Rowe of Greenville la visIting hIs brothers Messrs Wilson and Lee Rowe Mrs Elijah Miller has moved to our town We gladly welcome them WElDS Consumption is a human best in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while young when old sometimes im possibleStrengthen the lungs as you thedThe best lung fertilizer is porkisto digestThe to treat consump tlon is when you begin trying to hide it from yourself Others see it you wont Dont wait until you cant deceive yourself any longer Begin first thought to take Scotts Emulsion If- e it isnt really consumption so much the better you willsoon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consump tion you cant cx ect to be cured at once but If you will berrin in time and will be rigidly regular in your treat ment you will win Scotts Emulsion fresh air rest all you can oat aU you can thats the treatment and thats the best treatmentWe you a little of the Emulsion free pe sun that thb tdciuti III the form o1 a label k on 1a wrap r of every bolt oC- Emullloo you bur SCOTT BOWNe Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y Soc and Et II drugbJ KILLING AT BAiZETOWN II O Daugherty Fires Four Dead ly Shots Into the Body of Alva Willoughby nINO RESULT FROM OLD FEUI Henry DauJherty shot and killed Alva Wl110ughby at Balzetown late Saturday afternoon The trouble seems to grown out of nn old grudge of some months standIng the orIgIn of which we could not learn The parties hAd not been on good tt rus f r some tints crud while ou his way home from work Saturday evening Daugherty stopped st BaIze Cos store Wll10nghby was In the store at the time and according to such information as we have been able to gather wIthout a word of warnIng hurled a heavy weight at Daugherty Which knocked hIm down and cut a fearful gash In hIs neck Wll1oughby It Is reported then drew a knife and started to assault Daugh arty agaIn when the latter drew II pistol and shot hIs assailant four times In rapId succession killing him InstantlyIt not until Sunday morning that steps were taken toarrest Dangll erty who was concealinghimself near his home Sherin Keown sent two of hIs deputies Clarence Keown and R L Boyd Sunday evenIng to the scene of the killing The deputies were unable to locate Daugherty Sunday but some of Daughertys friends greed to have hIm at a given point rronday whIch they did When the deputies arrivedsit the place agreed IthereIItaiersabut dark when the prisoner lodged In jail Daugherty will wasI an examllllng trial before Judge let Monday I The Keystone or Good Ncaltb i is pure food Lion Coffee is aUcoffeeno glazing or dcfcFsrichinseated packagesnever in bulk LiPiiNCOTTSMO- NTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY The Best In Current Uterature 12 COPLETE NOvLIs YEARLY MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 260 PER VCAR 26 CTs A COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES eVERY UBER COMPLETE IN ITBCLF BARNES GOLD PENS FAMOUS for Nearly HALF A CENTURY a 10 LDsaataaoLDrcPalnata4i a S Loss Its GOLD rat I 4 aar 550 I t LOGO JIB GOLD ru I sal flak 50- 0araa polroIl on MOIp- W pk are the oW t Gold Pen taken In the WrlleCorFlnrt Rubber ktColdor Stub bymail Goklmounl tcrlltlltSlimSUre C P BARNES 6 CO LOUISVILLE KY G f ta usl ss- 7E3artford en1iUo V A school of Actual Business Bookkeeping Shorthand TouchTypewriting and attgndant branches We have special arrangements with a reputablo Employment Bureau whorobYwo can GUARANTEE POSITIONS- to all students who comploto a Combined or Sllortland Course Business or Shorthand Course 3000 Combined Courao 4000 Students may enter at any time and receive full instructions We continuo the entire year H HANKINS President E W PATTERSON V Pres I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I SOMETHING IS GOING TO DROP theI It will be a great big chunk off regulilrpriceson Boys Mens Overcoats Ladieis Jackets Leather Boots and many other things in Heavy Goods for Winter The size of the chunk that is going to drop off will be A fair Square Honest Discount Twentyfive Per CenttI for Cash A MoneySaving Opporas tunity Goods are Marked In plain figurestake off onefourth of the price and pay us the balance and what you want is yo ifs There is naonc who needs these goods can afford tqJt ty away from these sales and we think theres hardly s t anyone who will Scratch yourlicad a lit tie think what one 91trth means and then look at our goods and prices Remember this discount means FOR CASH CARSON CO HartfordKy r ++ ++ I r ++ rr+ S S S S H+S S S S S r + i Y Railroad fr- omCHICAGO IIIrlDgHNWlbrllle dnlJTat1IrG CASTORIA For Ohildren You Have- N Always Bears the Signatureof For Thirty Years CASTORIA 1iiI t i COLLINS SALOON BARTFORD KaHandles the BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines Brandies in town Old Parker Old W S Stone and f Old International specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS CO JoliJtlthStv l rl Penmanship t JfhorfhancT L T emrlfir9WleyraLr rq 2 V findfor F legre 1ro alI1I1 e tY Sereu experienced tuchel1l each one a pecloll t la his line Graduate of thlt college preferred bjr btulne bonw We are now In our new home nearest comer 8wond and Walnut street the Jnxt and beet arranged school building In the Bouth ludlrldnal traction lhbuollnroerdo- nalltheyeat Btudnt can eater at any time lei tore ulwoyi wdcc rue E1 9vItIUI1TPrtet CHESEPEAKE RAILWAY Short Line to New York via Washington and only Through Pullman Line Louisville to Washington Through Pullman Service to NewYork Philadelphia and Baltimore Vestibulo Limited trains Electric Car Dining Car Through the Most Picturesque Regions of America Famous Virginia Springs Mountain and Seashore resorts JNO D POTTS A G P Asft E PARSONS D P A Cincinnati 0 Louisville Ky I I C Chicago and New Orleans Limited Exclusively a Pullman train Fat ster TimeKDtcttr DKemlxrT the Chicago and New Or lean Iloltfd last TMtlbule train will bo pllt out of Chicago running from Chlcaxo to Mem I hti M Tallman tar train only Train No 3 the Limited currying only rullmau Hlnplni ran dlnlnRtaruud buSctllbrury tnr will leuvnCbl New Orleans utT40 p m the Iloxt day No I coach patienver will x taken on It they beluz I carded to the adore points wa sew ttuIaNo i6l having coeb only nnd mining Cliliuiju atBlr- I m and arriving nt New Urleun 740 in the next day Tbl coach train will alto cur- rY every Wednwday oatotCblcuKo tbeSan Iran aoco icurulon j1 plng Car running via New f 9cnne l n addition the Sew Orleans SixcUI fast day in with through ultvplng nnd liuttttllbrnry- r and eervlQa all meals In dining cur n III rrhlcago dally nt 1000 u m and arrive nt w Orleans at IU5S pelt morning couiiectlnu with e Sunset llMltrd ol the Southern 1acltlc for HomtoD Han Antonio und Hun Krnnclwo railroad ticket agent A II HANSON Ocul Iamr Agent Missouri PacificO- R InON M UNT AIN R UTE FROM St kouis Citd ftQleis1 Affords TourlsteProspectors or Home Seekers Dest Service Fastest sched ule to all pclnta in Missouri Nebras ka Kansas Oklahoma Indian Terri tory Colorado Utah Oregon Call fornla Arkansas Texas Louisiana Old and New Mexico and Arizona RecliningChairFree Descriptive Literature Consult ticket agents or address- R T G MATTHEWS T P A KyHCSt Louis Mo Infants And The Kind Bought 0n- Use Over nocuuu oO NY yo 0 and Rye NEBESTISTHdCBEAPEStI r OHIO A Good Route to Try It traverses n territory rich In undeveloped resources a territory containing unlimited possibilities for agriculture horticulture stock rais lag mining and manufacturing And last but not least it is The Scenic Route for Tourists The Frisco System now offers the traveling public excellent service and fast time Between St Louis and Kansas City and points In Missouri Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Terri tory Texas and the Southwest Between Kansas City and points in Tennessee Alabama Mississippi Georgia Florida and the Southeast Between Birmingham and Mom I phis and points In Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and the West and Southwest Full information as to route and rates cheerfully furnished upon appU cation to any representative of the Company or to Passenger Traffic Department Commercial Building Saint Loul 0 0 19 TO 314Bean ttu the Ktif You Hare AIM Boug- trteutun T orISubscribe for The Hartford Republican and the Louisville Heraldboth papers one year for 8125 Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 30 Illinois Central RallroadTlme Tablo Nw time card taklnjc effect Sunday lice 7 1802 at noo- nNorttsfound Honlh Bound Nol3r doe r37a m No 151 dnall17 a m Xo 112 dn247p m No 101 due 847 p in NoUJdaolJpm No131 due 835 m Local Freight o 181 dee 7Jiun No 193 dae 347 p m 8 n VlICUCTEB Agent STRAINS OF MUSIC From Sheriffs Office Attract Curious Crowd Just afternoon Saturday the low sweet strains ol some ancient Scottish melody stealing out of the windows of the Sheriffs office in the Southwest corner of the Court House attracted a curious crowd of Hartford citizens who were not accustomed to hearing from that quarter music of that character just at that time of the year when the final round up of tardy tax payers is made and they hurried to that office to investigate When they reached the office the explanation was easyA nice nearly new Crescent organ upon which the Sheriff had levied for the satisfaction of a debt was stand- Ing patiently against the wall and re spending with gentle melody to the delicate touch of Mr Dunlap who thlIThis is not a paid advertisement but somebody is going to get a bar gain in an organ the first Monday in February r Call for Convention =At a regular meeting of the Repub lican Executive Committee of Ohio county held at Hartford Ky Jan uary 5 1903 It was ordered that pre cinct conventions be held in the va rious voting precincts of the county- on Saturday April 4 1903 at i p m for the purpose oi electing delegates to attend a delegated convention to be held at Hartford Ky on Monday April 6 I9 3 at i p m for the pur pose of nominating candidates for the offices ol Representative and Circuit Court Clerk It is is also ordered that the candidate receiving a majori ty of the votes cast In said convention shall be declared the Republican nom inee of said convention It is lurther ordered tbat the basis ol representa tion in said convention shall be one delegate for each twentyfive or Irac tion over twelve votes cast for Mc Kinley in 1900 On this basis the several precincts are entitled to the following representation in said con vention viz East Hartford y West Hartford 5 Beda 4 Sulphur Springs 6 Macau 4 Cromwell 8 Cool Springs 3 North Rockport 4 South Rockport 4 Select 5 Horse Branch y Roslnc 9 East Heaver Dam 4 West Beaver Dam 6 McHenry 8 Centertown 6 Smallhous 2 East Fcrdsville 7 West Fordsvllle 6 JEtnovlHe 4 Shreve 3 Olaton 3 Buford 2 Bartlett 4 Hefiln 3 Ceralvo 2 Point Pleasant a Headachei 3 Tablets are a ctrtaln cure for sick headache It taken as soon as the first indication of the disease appears they will prevent the attack Get a free sample at all druggists drng store and give them a trial Around the World Each persons share of the word la twentythree and a half acres physiciansI than the United States There are 95000 regular physicians In the United States and 10000 homeopaths and eclectics The Irish have lost their position as the greatest potato eating nation the Belgians having outstripped or rather outeaten them The Grecian Government has or dered its annual supply of refined pe troleum i 010030 gallons in ten gallon cans from the United States The Sunday consumption of beer by workingmen in Northampton England is so great that there is practically no work done on Monday and even on Tuesday morning the men do hot appear to have recovered from the effects of the holiday On the train near West Point the other day tw well dressed ardent lovers evidently a newly married couple amused the other passengers with their cooing After a while the fair young bride leaning back in her seat fell asleep Her companion took advantage of the lull in aflectlonal demonstrations and went into the smoker to enjoy a cigar While he was gone n long lean lanky grizzly specimen ol humanity came in and sat down by the sleeping beauty Presently the young woman half asleep turned and laid her bead lovingly on the shoulder of the stran ger nUll put her plump arm mound his neck The green gawky stran ger seemed a trig = surprised at this unexpected familiarity but he made no desperete effort to escape He merely looked around at the convuls ed passengers and grinned The hilarity awoke the young woman and opening her pretty blue eyes she saw her mistake With lashed cheeks she stammered Co an apology You neednt pologlze The to me drawled the stranger I didnt keer BARRETTS FERRY Mr Willie Hirl and wile and chit dren were the guests of Mr Alorzo Grant and family Friday and Satur dayMiss Ida Shrader is visiting rela tives here Mr II L Hart returned from Owensboro Sunday Mr H C Sapp of Kordsvllle was the guest of friends near here Satur day and Sunday Mr Guy Combs went to Fordsvllle yesterdayMessrs John and Andrew Payne of Calhoon are visiting relatives here and at Shreve To Mr Frank Felix of Olaton who has been quite sick for several days is some better Messrs Willie Douglas and Robert Shrader went to the mountains last thweekThe many friends of Miss Floy Murphy who went to Texan for her health are glad to lean that she is ImprovingMr Davison was here last week It will Surprise YouTry It It is the medicine above all others for catarrh and is worth its weight in gold Elys Cream Balm docs all that is claimed for ItB W Sperry Hartford Conn My son was filleted with catarrh He used Elys Cream Balm and the disagreeable catarrh all left hlmJ- C Olmstead Arcola III The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 5b Warren St New York itor Couatlputloii forIoidletaadcblldf1D I r eu rmlltiluuerallclrcumIIWct triccno Some time ago one of our most charming young ladles slipped and fell on the steppingstones in front of her fathers house and sprained her knee It grew so bad that she thought it necessary to call in n phy sician She had formed a dislike to t the family doctor so her father sug gested several others and finally it was decided to call the spruce young man with a homeopathic case that passd the house every day They kept a sharp lookout and when he came along called him in The young lady modestly raised her skirts and showed the disabledmember The little man looked at it and said That certainly is quite serious Well said she what shall I dot If I were you II he whispered I would send for a physician I am a piano tuner Exchange YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK we- Whoa you take Uror Tuetries till Tonic be enlist the formula I lnlnlr printed on ever Lot tin nhowlng that It Ie elrapljr Iron and Quinine In a tR Iorm No Cor So IBV lse Notice to Delinquents Do you owe us on subscrip tion If so this means you We have just put in a new en gine and attachments to run our printing press whichcost us 250 This machinery must be paid for within tho next thirty days and wo are expecting you to help us raise the money We have that faith in tho integrity of our patrons that wo believe they willrespond to this urgent need The yellow slip on your paper shows for what time you owe us and if you do not have a bank account of your own any merchant will furnish you a check which you can mail to us to settle your account A man by the name of Corn was married in a neighboring connty to a lady named Wheat The choir sung What Shall the Harvest Be A boy in the audience yelled Nubbins and they forthwith ejected him from the church Stop That COUgh Cure That Hoarseness Relieve That Tightness Donhl11er when there In no nood that Ton should Hut If take mullein to relieve or cure trouble be inro that you tako that which will do the work tlweo Coughs Cold Iloarienuu Sore Throat Tickling end in tact any Bronchial tronble that yon mn hare rtenlta from congestion of the parts offectod Vile Dr Ottos Spruco Gum Balsam Qunrantood to Cure fliUtonoof tho moat romnrkaUo comb jg aRenw that has ever boon otfered 10 11141 people and has n repute tlonocondtonone knowntyl tdicaeclencn PRICE 85 AND flu OKNTg 1 All nnd Colds are caused by cow Mtlon Your Liver Ia not acting right Na turns Wtrnlng ihould have attention Take DrCarls8dtJsl fniajLlverPowdQrW- WcJiwilirpHovB yoaat once and a ere B0arantn l No Inconvenience experienced 10 soota It will relieve congmtlon- It will curpcoiutlpatjon I It Vtxjpa tote stomach right right 1r proyonte yogiItIon Dr 0 YltedtB German Llvor Pow der will cur ytm It bpurel Tegetable an4 can do you flit I n tho Liver Medicine that cure Donottakeanynthr Bold liottlw 260 and 100 Id by all Poulcra in Medicine TUB AMERICAN PHABZCAOAX CO Sole Proprietors ANavJFtxrsDUWA ALFRED HUDSON BUILDER M GONTRilGTORI- liirlfnril HyI- lullIoK and repairing done bjr day or cnn tract Oft hleetlmntrobeton you sire yon contract ATTENTIONWhoa In Oweneboro can on Wm Cn tiloi dealer In pun itrnlght WhUklea 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convene first Monday lu oath month B Quarterly Court Ifegln on the third Monday iIIn April July October sad January fCourt nl Claim Contend lIt Monday In Jfti aaryTiiMday ntt r coD l Monday In October i Other OlllroraJ If Wool Hnrrpyor Ccrnlro i hiSchoolCvroncr Hutphnr Hprln- RTxxotlcoa h Court h 01 n F HuJion Hearer Darn February IB Nay Ii U lrAulJuoUOUmimbttllf I it tlalietownFebrnary SI Way t 1 p e Angnrt I November S- Jno r1 11 Graham llnndraFebrnnry lr Nay T D AnguU ST Penmbtr J CIT A KTBOI Pordulll February 8 Nay i 41 r et Aagtu S November t- J tt AJIIckt UufuritF brnry SO May 1 Ana II nit 1 November II jIoIIW A Ituoe Cealcrtown February It Naylr Angtut O November I II 1CIJ Wilcox nockportFtbmnry I Way 10 e Anirnit M NoTember TTartfotA tyZtcllca Court j Joj Jao n Wilton Judge J 1411 WoldlDK ply h Attorney H U Pods Manhal Cooit eonaTee second Monday In each month Of ZSollzlovui Oorxricoa- M E Church Koath KMln third Han Jay la 1 cash month at H am and 7 p moO and north D 0 at T m r WrOnM d rhP- each nmo th at II a Iniccrery TBintIay eveninghC P Chnrvh 8erTlcw lint Hoed r In each Femouth at 11 a1D and T pm tier J n liar Bed putur- HtLo JITrntw JaaINIilei1H I Olonn K T SteveDa 111 Ilocker J It n Cur nun J o50 1II1tIITown M A r tI IL Potton W O lUrJlrk H J Wedding I Cocrot Caotuo- A f O U W lDeet Silt and third Batarday nights Hartford Lodge No 175 F A A Maou ant Monday night In each month Rough Miter LodgvNo UOKolphUol Pthla tarot every Tn iday night Preston Norton Poet No 4 O A n hold reg ular BuvtlBg Hatardoy beforvHrateRnday tthN- Ollth All member of the repctlTtod anladttd attend All nesting 80 YIZAftar TRAOC MAMaI JIekJU Lea Uln r IA iicaLT y vetata r a- I art Stan IlH aJado c n n IWC l t FAR BEYOND i i OUR EXPECTATION i s t Was our trade for 1902 which closed n few lays since represent Ing close to one hundred and fifty Car loads 61 Implements Ve hides and Seeds in twelve months ofik fIIJii l Og OtO em I We mean to make the business reac- h200OOOOOt for 1903 Our branch house at this point will occupy a very important in assisting us in reaching this amount of bus ness as we thave received several car loads of Implenidtits and Vehicles and more on the road which were bought right and will be tp p sold right Now is the time for breaking P1owst t The Old Olivar Chill t Cannot be downed and were headquarters for them A complete tline of the best Field Seeds that can be bought constantly on hand tThe Old Reliable Studebaker Wagons I c on top and on which wecan make you correct prices Best Fencing Wire 220eGet our prices and get our goods 4 Thanking our many friends for the big trade they have given tliS the past year and trusting wke will meritva portion 4pf your i patronage for the year we beg to remain + Yours for Business slt TJ TURLEY tCOI i TV e +t l 43 1 are r