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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p j THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Fine J ob Work a SpecialtyQ1ALOUN or TilE pun IN THE FOURTH CON rEmONAL DISTRICT Subscription 1 a year VOLXV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 619031NoI29 It la a great affliction for a woman to have her face disfigured by pimple or any form of eruptive Uleale It makes her rnothlil and robs her or soii enjoyment Dllfigurlng em lions are Impute dudare cured by the blood purifngmnedlcineDr llercea Golden TIIbloodcause disease It perfectly ant pennan- ently cures IOreI eczema eruptivedheMesIt Increuea the action of tile dmaklnJ glands and thus In creases the supply of pure rich blood U For about otie year and a hair face will viry jfly broken wztt Mhi Carri- I Adam oftl6 Wut Male SLfttI Dattltcrttk Nltb r I nta riI diii oftnonry with doc delIed dofIJlolmtngs k I WII enUrel7 nlled I can eU Irccinmtadp Pr PkrttO Nrdlcal lIury to sos Olle IimiluIy amlettd- I The sole motive for substitution It to permit the dealer to make the little and fu10rloUITherefore accept no substitute forIlliq dTheAdviser a book contalnlg 1008 pages s ittmpafor They In covers or 3r stamps for the 01 time bound In cloth Dr It V ntl- l1erce Buffalo N Y long I were Stop That Cough Cure That Hoarseness Reline That TightnESS w- Dont suffer when there Li no nout that JOIIble Anuki Hilt It ou take mlillc1n to re1Iewwor nre ou trouble bo pure that that which witiito the work All thCfle the Cool Colds Hoarsantias Sore Throat T1latn i and In tact any Uronch1nl trouti i that ou hue rsnIta trim cougt1omi- of the arts AftlCkd Use I DrOLtos Spruce Gum Balsam a to Our r Thwlt ono ot till moss rtutarkabto oonibidnatlom of reTfltdlst ats that 1UonPRICE IUS AND 60 CENTS t- All oI1iha ant 0O14S are eauoit onhtUCfl LIrt not IleUIlIf r1dt tunoa WamlnlllhOllld bays attenUon Take DrCarlstedts German Liver Powder tIt LI UIWaYS YreabwWhieb will moUsy 7011 at thInII will eiireoonatIpstton Itkm t kuep the Urr right tprvetm- V tlio bluol aDd makftl a new porIOD 11 rerenta doctor titfla Do no omethIIflflV5UUermaa xiyr Pow derIUcI1l071t1 Ittalurdrcetableand s nla do you Tbts II the Unoi theteuree Do no tAlllall7 other Sotlin- betlir er 860 and 8100 seeb bold b7 a4- 1IJeeurs In MedletDft TUZ XEEICA2I PIARAOL 00 8ole ProlnetomEVAraYILL lhe LJPPINOOTTS- a i MONTHLY MAGAZINE 1 FAMILY LlBflARY The Best In Current Literatureh 12 CotIPLCrt NoveLs YCAnLYc MANY SHORT PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 2150 ER YEAR 25 CTa comt NO CONTINUED STORIEs ItI- VERY NUUICN COUPLCTC IN ITIEL- It L kn F Silberman br BroIeU lrest Fur house Inmsrlour- anohss AU Orsi Europe utlhelt cub rtelal far all kind R or raw uri sblpment until roll cit oar pflrC lid Writait tHoU We mall U tree SF SILBERMAN BRaS lkhlcaDSL Chleamaa In For Conaliput Ion Take Loui TfixstI0147r0p1 an MfOI reme4y tom per e ZCCII hsrnilCIiUUdCaJlCIrCUmflILaflCOm llIceZOE T w I ftU flEPORbBLA- C1FDRA1JGHT THE ORItiINAIJ LIVER MEDiCINE- Maruqpaflow complexion dtulnaM biliousness and a tongue ore common indications and kldncydheases Stomach and bowtl severe III they oro Immedlato warning pain 1Rlyo liver and kidney tiou lc less painful ot tho start ore much harder to cute ThQdlord- sflackDraughtb nevr fails to benefit dlscawd liTer and weakened kid It stirs np the torpid liver to throw off the foyer and R It is a certain prveutiv- otholera and l3rIhts the kidneis With rtInforced Thedfords Black- S Draught thousands oj persons bne Inthe yel low foter lamlllel Im- t I feet bealth and no h- thaqqtor Thodlords latk- fr I always onbhd fOr 2RO In u Get ve many expensive calis of a doctor oYulllftJ S c March tO I90L I have used Thidlords BlukDrausht- ror three and I havc not had to o to I doctor since I hays been liking lL It Is tile but mrdlclne for me that Is on market lorilvep and kidney troubles and dyipepils and other complaInts Iev A OLEWIS t iIC l J 11 3 J DEATH Sir tic b- eNI A FIRETRAP he FiftyFour Insane Women the Cremated In a Burning In London Hospital Hundreds of Helpless patients HeroicallyB flulllngs Fan Like Paper Before Flames Fanned By the Wind London Jan 3iPlItyfour women Insane patients In the Colney Hatch lunatic asylum Were burned to this morning In a fire which five of the asylum build The nurses and doctors es aped lu their night clothes The fire broke out at 5u oclock raged until 915 oclock It was by a high wind The build half which were destroyed accouuno 320 patients Each or thewI measured 50 rat by 41dll were built ot wood and had corha ugaled zinc roots They were con l with the main building by a to corrlc1or These buildings which situated ou an eminence were ttb heated by hot water pipes Cromdo tokehouse at the bottom or the slope a hence the flames leaped with terrino rapidity The well of the asylums dox out oforder and the firemen any water supply was diegracelully- nadequate I his When the fire broke out there wasUt marl rush through the corridors the Sevetalof the frantic inmates were riven to places of salety by sheet Ty nce or the attendants The intensi- y ol the heat WAS such that many of bodies were almost entirely con umed The task of removing the patients as one olgielt dIfficulty Although omceni did their utmost to secure ante retreat many oC the In ates rushed wildly around restating attempts that were being made to ave them Several lunattea bower assisted la carrying out their com pnloRI Some patients la tire don nitorlu became paniestnicken and no effolt to lAve theniselves The nurses were most prominent In efforts to rescue the women pa tlenta whose demeanor was pltable the Some of them were absolutely paralyzed with terror Others who did not ppreciate their danger seemed to re- oregnd the occasion as one of great and amusement So far as by uman devotion and perseverance for go the attendants did everything In their power to save the de women but In such a furnace WI Impoulble to do much On of the lunatics who was atnig- gling madly hit a firenicu who was trying to save her on the nose with iron bar Some oj the Inmates wire discovered boura alter the out akoC the fire crouching Inn ofbid In places Itli probable the majority ol the women who per I abed were sufloated in their beds All ot the 321 lenisiC inmates or the ex were locked In dormitories When the ringing oj the fire alarms the resIdent fire stall they saw that the temporary building was flames MI that could be done was to open the doors which afforded neatest to the main building r these the terrified throng of lnnattcpclad only In night dresses poured across The fire began In the lower part of the building nearest to Londou It was Impossible to stand beside the main building although It was roo yards from the dimes In two mIn- utes the question ofresenC WAS settled for the further dormitories with fifty two Inmates had been reduced to ashes 1P Took the AdvIce to Heart The best endeavors of the grdly and those endeavoring to benefit their fellowmen olten go awry as Sir Wurrld Lawson the dIstinguished English temperance reformer once learned to his chagrin SlrWl1rrld has long labored in the cause of tern pet nC amongthe working daISes andwith more orlein successOne day he tow a hardy toiler walklug atone with the old familiar black bot tie protruding from his popleet lie efiteredInt oi2vcrUtfbls with Ihlm and pointed out the sniserywhIcl had triutte Uoni thetiottl and eathesUy xborted the mau td lee front its contents h rpttbe arHd itulf iWif- aaldSlrWl1Irld p very vehentlyDrlnk something better than that poison The anon was so overc6me that he took out the receptacle and emptied the liquor Into the road Sir WUltlds face beamed with pleasure and handing the man a shll 11ug hesald Take that my good fellow It will buy something better The man to the Intensa disgust oC r Wl1Irldlmmedlatly entered n pub house and spent the shilling lot On coming out Sir Wl1Irld RCTo costed the laborer and asked him had spent the money for beer Faith your honor twas that I thought you wanted rue to drink for bottle or poison I was after throw away was cold toy try In sorrow and disgust thereformer turned away without a word For once he had wasted his energies and the acknowledged the cor- nBAPTIZJNHNTIIE non FRANKFORT PRISON Ing and Chaplain Taliaferro Says he Uses roads a Bath Tub But Its Rath er Incoilven IthlThe Rev T F Taliaterro chiplain- ofthe o Pranklort penitentiary In aBaletter to the Falmouth Pendleton lanawrites as lolloaSYour renders may hare a curiosityw ItWellterlongfeet high thIs was filled with water and the candidate got Insidewll the preacher stoad the work But too much wateral rotted the box and caused It to spring a leak so I take the converts the bathouse have them take oil J their outer garments get In the bath alt down and I do the rest I You like this method for when I doa thing relating to a religious ordl I like to do It after the otthosa style but the tub being short nodnol ometimes the man being long when lArd put his head and shoulders under knees pop out and I cant get him all nt once I am goIng to wish have another box made when I think ordinance will be more satlslactc been at least to met with cAS ii RxAn1P521 b lie Khd Ycu Hire Lruyi Btt- B1utn I said of The First WIreless Message From the United States to EnglandJ r On the night of cent succeeded in outdoing hImself when he transmitted a message ci son greeting torn President Roosevelt to King Edward directly from the Cape CoJ station to Poldhn Elgland The dlRtanee cofered Is greater by 6oe v mIles thin that over which messages have previously been sent The performance la an the morn remarkable when It Is consIdered that of message was sent without anyau previous attempt to establish corn hmunicationIt was on Sunday January t8 that President Roosevelt sent to MarconI In the ordinary telegraph a message ed King Edward The message read him JollowstilIlls Majesty King Edward VII London by MarconI Transatlantic Wireless Telegraphy In taking advantage of the wonderful triumph of scIentic research say and ingenuity which has been IIchev ed In perfecting R system of wireless telegraphy I extend on behalfol the American people most cordial greetings Is and good wishes to you and ton the people oftbe British EmpIre TUE0D0nE RoosnvRLT Washington D C Marcoula success came unexpectedly Alter having busIed himself W all day In preparing his sending apparatus he began to practice lend- Ing President Roosevelts message without calling either the Poldhu or the Glace flay station contrary to the arrangements which he had made Thinking that he might not be able to get the English station for a ya or two he decided to send the Pies It dents message by way or the Glace Bay station Calling up the operator there he gave him the messace with Instructions to forward It to England To Marconis astonisment Ire received n reply from Glllce Bay that the operator had been informed bytbe station nt Potdhu that the message had been receiver dIrectly from Cape Cod There was not the slightest hitch In the process of sending About four minutes were required to transmit the entire message King Edward replied to the sacs sage which he receIved Irom the Pies Ident by cable AS follows Sandrlngham Jan 19193 The PresIdent White House Washington D C I thank you most sincerely for the kind message which I have Just rec lved from you through Marconis trnnsalll1lltic wireless telegraphy I sincerely reciprocate In the nama of the people or the British Em plrethe cordial greetings and friend ly sutiment expressed by you on behalf or the American nation and I heartily wish you antI your country every possible prosperity EDWARD R AND I I The KIng seat his message by ca ble for the reason that Marconi was adjusting his Instrnment for sendini tests to England and did not wish upset his plans by making any attempt at receivIng from the otber aIde 01 the oceanSelentilic Amen can oJ NEW SCHOOL HOUSES see b Erected Around Sulphur SprIngs pnd Dundee The boundaryllnes of several school districts In the Sulphur Springs counsh are to undergo radical changes backbefore the openIng ol the schols this fall What Is known n9CI Acton school house near tit VerIs church will be sold and a ntwC t school building to accommodate theB patrons or the eastern part of thatv I district will be erected at the crossed of the ilaitford and Leltchfield ers the Owenaboro and Morgantown Mrnear what Is known as the Myers farm A number of patrons of thatOlaton and New Ilaymus districts of be transferred to this district Another district composed of parts this Acton Sulphnr Springs and New districts will be laid out sndv sclool house built on the Sulphur city and Rosine road about midwe between Sulphur Springs and Vernon Chnrchnethird district will be wade up oCml about Dundee and a ichool will be built at that place old Sulphur Springs district be divided between the two last districts ly S only Youtsey Again In Wednesdays ConrierJournal- ohn D Wakefield hs a four or five column article purporting to give tileys testimony or confessions and to the Goebel assassination As bly Commonwealths Attorney Franklin that Youtseys statement haspo been given out and Warden LU says that Wakefields story Is Is guesswork people are not required to m- bdleve Mr Wakefield unless they to do so Yet the story Is very Iliidy constructed and would have It guessed at by anyone familiar former confessions and testlmo in the casencAccortling to Waktfield Voutsey James B Howard of Clay peGoebclCharles Finley Caleb Powers of grWhartonas conspirators with him anded pchadrime was to be committed these advc ised Goebels death According toC8 Waktfield Youtsey said that Taylor promised Howard If he would killFGoebel to pinion him for the Baker lor tire murder of Goebel give him r500 besides that Taylor dltated the letter that brought Howard to Frankfort that he Yout- sey and Howard stationed themselves Caleb Powers office that he out Goebel to Howard who shott with a Marlin rifle and and thenCI red lour shots mona two revolvers- to make people believe as Howard said that there were three or four men In the room Again Wakefield makes Youtsey The arrangements for killing Goebel were perfected at a meeting which was held on Monday night January 29 In the Land office which on the north side of the Executive bulldillg and directly on the way tou the State Auditors omce Those present at this meeting were W 8tTaylor John L Powers Caleb Pow era W n Culton Wharton Gold nIJ Davidson and himself and other whose name he gaveIWakefield makes a rather r contradiction when he reports Youtt say as saying after aU these states meats confessing that he was one of the chief conspirators that had his ad vice been followed Goebel would be live today For aU we know about Wakefield may hve guessed the truth or he may not have guessed itC As to motives and rewards In testirno- fly and confessions we have nothing to say at present AU the men named by Youtsey were men ol high stand big and It seems Incredible that they should nU at once turn demons andI plot assllllsluation Yet there was an assassination and whatever may have been Senator Goebels trans gresslou along this particular line along other lines that assassination was just as much a crime and everyone will hope to see the truth established and justice trlumphantEx Rheumatism troubling yon Noth- Ing better for rheumatic pains still joints and sore muscles that Ramons Nerve and Bone Oil 25 cents J H WiUlamlt m A Democratic paper helplessly howls What does President welt Intend by his persistent and scandalous defiance of public sentiment In the appointment ofCnumn at Charleston et cetera et cetera We would inter from his actions In the past that he Intends to manage his own and he President of the United States without Democratic nsslstance What sonic or our Democratic contempora rlesregnrd as public sentiment Is- to not always public sentiment Those who dont like the Presidents wnrs should walt and vote against hIm which they would probably find some excJse to do no matter what he did vJt And when he in reelect d President which he doubtless will be they can for themselves how public senti meat stnndsPnllucb Sun PITheIn 1389 P T Barnum the great journeyed to tire Pacific coast to visit a relative On his WltY to the east lie stopped nt Kansas to see the Barnum Bailey nn that was then exhibiting In thntNt The then press agent 01 theIr1 Bailey show Mr Bert Da Introduced to Mr Barnum tbebe of the local dailies at the formcd hotel In the course of the conversation the which naturally fonoec Barnum saidthGentlemen Mr Bailey tens me my presence at the performances the Barnum Bailey circus Is worth 5ooo per day to the show If Is true It Is my name that Is soen It Is known In every townca and harnletit has become a house throughout this country NowSI gentlemen aU of this was cone byw and II advertising can II my name worth 5 coo a daytt- what Is It that advertising cannot fO- Ido How to Dehorn CalvesanThe horns ola young calf are mete horny buttons fastened to the skin Owing to this fact dehorning before a calf Is three weeks old Is easily done If the calf is allowed to carry Its horns much longerit wilt be found they have grown to the bone I the their removal wilt he con sid n more difficult Up to three weeks of age caustic wilt readily remove the boris I Care should be used that the potash fresh Old or dissolved potash Is ofa to be weak and Ineffective No potash should be allowed to come Inde contact with the flesh of the animal may prove helpful to grease the a flesh upclose to the horn so that the potash may be kept off AU that Is the then Is to moIsten the potash SUI sad rub tit over the button If The these directions are followed and lheN has not lost It strength the wilt be lost forever The value having no horns on cattle Is so and Is now so welt recognized ua no argument In Its favor is need Just one word regarding causticIn not allow It to touch your as they would likely become sorely burned Caustic potash be Rot at anydrugslore OASTOJaXAIthe Msays Bought wrthecti 1 Isle of Pines It Is not probable and In fact It Is considered Impossible says W E Curtis In a Washington letter that Government of the United States do anything with the Isle of PInes that beatiful island which lies south of Cuba and has a most fertile soil and an abundance of timber a fine water supply and a beautiful ee healthful climate No other part of Cuba surpasses or even equals It al though during the Spanish occupation It was used as a penal colony lngIAmericans gone i lands built homes and are running farms and ranches Naturally gentlemen are quite anxious to come under the jurisdiction of the States and claim that the Is Is the property of our Govern and not of Cuba under the of the treaty of Paris That It will be remembered declar that all the Islands belonging Spain In the West Indies should ceded to the United States except Cuba but the President and President McKinley before him had held that the Isle of Pines Is a part of Guba because under the Spanish domination was treated as such and was eluded In the state of Havana OC course by strict construction the treaty we could claim every Ieles Island on the Cuban cost and reto are hundreds of them but Roosevelt and his Cabinet do think that would be right When the United States authorities took reorganizedrof Pines and when General and his staff retired from control tIn Havana they turned the Isle or Pines over to the Cuban authorltleswblch relinquishment was construed by the Cubans to be a definite and final ognltlon ot the Island as Cuban tory It may be that our Government will ask the privilege or establishing a naval station on the Isle of Pines Iebut It Is certain that we wilt nevem claim It under the Paris treaty p- Elys Liquid Cream Balm Is an old friend in a new form It Is prepared for the particular benefit of sufftrers- ra from nasal catnrrh who are used to as atomizer In spraying the deceased membranes AU the heating and soothing properties of Cream Balm are retained in the new prearat1c It does not dry up the secretions Price including spraying tube 75 cents At your drngglsta or Hly Drotherp 56 Warren Street New I York wlllurall It WICKEDEST TOWNi Where Crime Is an Inhcr- itanceEntlre Population are Criminals I Ifyon with to bring mrrputc on member of the ItaliAn colony Inl YOlk SAY to him Ue comes Artena That is sufficient ThAt means that he la a thief rob prhaps a murderer that heh I blood In hi veins aiid that seal or outlawry Is upon him For ArtenR Is the wlcltetJest city n worlda place where more murders theltsand highway robbeles lire committed to the square toot thin anywhere else on earth Artena la only a small district In Italy but Ita populton Is made up practi of hereditary criminals So Infamous Is It that Prof Scipio j the eminent scientist b a a book about It lie calls It A Land otrn Criminals Sine It has had a reruatkaberecord criminality lu x7 Pope Paul lV proclaimed edict tr banIshment against the whole people They were branded outlaws Any one who so desired asT authorized to kill them But eventot such extreme measure as this nodeffect on the nest of evil Despite the most cruel and peuilllent legilationh laws of heredity were t mlIA remarkable feature about the dir- ttrlct Is that It is situated In the mIdst highly civilIzed people It Is perched on a high hilt which looks on the fertile fields that spread terl toward the mountaIns ofLitium To stranger It seems a land of never eliding delights And strange to say peoplethere are by the last cen 4 I4 or themare all farmers dlslrct is exceedingly fertile one at Artena need know what poverty IsIIIYet In spite 01 such conditions no stranger Is at this day safe at Art out Throughout the rest of thwonEd crime hb become less ferocious but Artens statistics prove that It i Increasing In Its figrancy Scientists say that heredity Is responsible for this It has bees noticed that the same nnegenerattan i after generation have be n reappear- Ing as the perpetrators of the most t atrocious crimes To reduce the criminal statistics ofWI Attena the only method that prom Ises results Is to scatter the Inhabl pcYewBankrupt Stock SoldIThe bankrupt stock of general men chandlse of BaIze Bros the Balzetownhi merchants waS sold at I here Friday by John B Wl1sontrustpi The stock was practically new and invoiced about 8oo Alt of the local merchants and a few country merchants attended the sale but the bIdding was rather tame arid the stock was finally knOcked down to Mr G B Likens lor about 400 CASX nAIcBeua the 11Id Yoa H JS BeIeI- dBJpatue d r of S Cold Winter Weatbtr Aggravates Catarrh Winter Is here The nights arc long and cold The days are short decreeps at every ant draughts occur In spite of the utmost vIgilance Very few remain sale from climatic diseases Colds soon develop Into chronic catarrh A consumptionItn 1dangerously Influenza Ieaveslnjur to throat hard to remove these things people strive In guard themselves against Howt tbest can they doll get some Ptrunp Second send to the Peruna Medicine Co I Columbus Ohio Ir a free copy ofI Dr Ilartmans latest book on the cli- rnatic diseases or winter This book plain and direct language tells ex- a what to do is all of the Uabill ties and emergencies resulting from wintry weather II any point doubtful If tIre book does not explot ctfully a letter to Dr Hartman wilt re prompt answer free or charge What untold misery this would save If everyone would heed this vice Pcruna cures I cold quicker than any medicine In the wbrt L- Peruua Is a sure cough cure Peruna is the best If not the ntylnternal remedy for catarrh yet devise Pe runs cures la grippe A book of teiI- timonials sent free Address the Peruna MeicineCo Columbus Ohio PRESBYTERIAN PASTOR 3 PRAISES PRUNA First Presbyterian Church of Greensl day was when men or prom none hesitated togtVttlielr test monlals t proprietary medicines publication Thin ritnln tin to- ay ot most proprietary inedicno But Poruna baa become so jusUy famous its ire known tow many pooploot- Igh and 36w tatIons that no one hesl atea to soe his name In print recom Poruna dignified representative of tho Pros church In tho person ot Rov- E G SmIth does not hositirtO to state ubllcly that ho has used Perun tn his tamUy and found it cured when other remedIes Sailed Boy E G SmIth patorof the Proeby n eburchotlGte 1l r Oa WnitesmHaringused Perunaln inyfamily for IOme time it giveE me pleasure to tosttf- yo its true worth My utile boy 010n- yenrlor age had beensuffering for sometime with cathrrh ot the lower bowels Other remedies had tailed but after tAking two 6ottea ofIwi tbroubl rely ilJUlppereiJ Tor tbl specIal malady Ibonalder n ten nigh a specUla As a tonid for wok and wOrn people it hu few or no equaL ZIEV B G SMITH PERSONAL PARAGRIIPHS- Mr uS What1en bi Preutisraa Hartford Saturday Mr J W Cox of Cromwell was in own Friday Miss Nancy Smith of Fordsvllle the guest of Miss Ara Sutton weusboro last week Mr Chester Keown has been ape ointed as deputy sherin to fill the- acancy caused by the resignation ofa apt John G Keown There Is but slow Improvement In condition or Mr E P Neal who In heed confined to the house for the two montha of throat trouble Messrs Oscar Shulta rind Clarence Dennett olNarrbws are attending the spring term of Jlartlotd College Mr Wayne Mldklff of Sulphur Springs is here to attend the spring tern of Hartford College Mr Albert CoxolSulpbnr Springs on us Friday Mr R 8 MartirmofCromw libas vtitoHartCnrd I- Mr John SteClilr has sold his farm near Olaton to Mr N B White Rev McKay pastor of the Rosine circuit Isconducting ins Interesting protracted meeting at Mt Vernon He Is assisted by Rev W DlJoor man County Surveyor Jill Wood Cer alvo was In Hartford SatnrdayI Mr Bruno Frey Rosine wasI among our callers Saturday Mr R CTaICromwellwas In tovn Saturday Mr ChrirlleDnff Olat nwent to lvllleTuesday InT1 big trestle just below Rosine nthe Illinois Central railroad Is lug filled up A concrete culvert being laid over which a dirt fill will be made This trestle wall about sev entyfeet high and threehundred feel long ThC old soldiCra bad BIt Interesting post meeting herbSaturday a- Is Get Ramon Liver Pills and TonIc PelletS for bUiouanessand cut out calon3 l and other drastic drultsA months treatment 25 dosesfor 25C J lIWilliamna m- Id Itnnyonethlnkstoaboliah bossism- from liticsa little ohservation r- defaul xperlence should serve to und lvehlm As long as we have parteswe shall have partY InacirineB and as tong as w have party ma thinea there will iI mhltlouo and reI riotiteertil psobsattbe Crnk mOst We cafl bop Cods to roro Ga anlJ Its Pastor and Elder Mr M J Rossmlln a prominent titer chant ot Greensboro GII and an elder In the Presbyterian church ot thM place writes For a long time I was troubled with cstarrb ot tho kidneys and trIed many remedies all ot whIch gllvo mo no relief Peruna was recommended to me by several friends and atter using II few bottles I sin pleased to say that the tong looked for relief was found and I am now enJoying better health than I havo for yosra n Is certAinly a grand mcd- lcinoM J Rossmlln- lIon S D McEnery United StateS Senator from Louisiana says the follow ing in regard toPeruna r The Porun Medicine Co Columbus Or- CenUemenPeruna Is an excellent tonIc I bav used It sufficiently to say that I believe It to be all that you dlllm forllS D McEncry- If you do not dative prompt and satin factory results from the use of Poruna write at once to Dr Uartinan giving a 1 taU statement ot your case and ho wm- bo pleased to glvo you his yaluabloFadvice gratis I Address Dr llartman Prolden t of tho- Usntxnan Sanitarium Columbus Ohio thebosses lAto mensurable compliance with the popular wilt The men oflight and leading are Jew who wilt be bothered wIth the petty details of party organization and tha conduct- of primaries and onventrons Those who do these things are not statesmen as a rule but usually they hava brains enough to see that the larger purposes ci high politics are cared for by their organizations When they Ian to do this they are promptly set for others wilo3e Sole quallfica- tlons for leadership may be a capacity- to comprehend the necessity of acting obedience to the popular demand on great questlonsPortland Ore gonlan TordonOy of tho Times The tendency ofmedical science Is toward preventive meds ies The best thought of the WOdlf Is beIng given the subject Ris easier and better to prevent tliati to cure It has been fUlly demonstrated that pneumonia one of the most danger ous dleasef that medical men have ofltend with can be rented by the use ci Chamberlains Cough Remedy Pneumonia always results from a cold or from an attack of In fitCaza grip and It has been observed that this remedy counteracts any tendency of these diseases toward pneumonia This has been fully prevented In many thousands or cases In which this remedy has been used during the great prevalence ofcolda and grip In recent years and can be relied upon with Implicit confidence Pneumonia often results from a slight cold when no danger Is apprehended until It Is suddenly discovered that there la fever and difficulty in breath- Ing and pains In the chest then It is announced the patient has pneumonia 1 isBe on the sale side and take Chain berlalns Cough Remedy as soon as the cold Is contracted It always cures ltor sale by all druggists ui S YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK- INO Wbell joU take Orono Taatekms ChIli Tonic beC- AnM I tblorwDla II plalnli printed on ever bot tie phowing that It II simply Iron and Quinine In a telorII No CUre No 181 fic ALFRED HUDSON BUlhDHR CQNTR8TOR- ihrtord ILjB- nIId1n and repairing don by day or con tract uetbIaesitniatebtor 100 give your contractJ ATTENTION SWhllllo Oieuboro toll on Will Cushion dealer p tl straight WhloUo Applo and J DrwlcgLco oeWht tflJSIIION Owensiloro 3 fsTasteIesCT1hasbottles Does this recOrd ormerit appeal to you No Cure No Pay SOc Enclosed with every boWs U a Ten Cenbpck g otGtovos slack Root LIve PiUS I I tuHartford Republican lined by tho Hartford rabnebtngcompanya- xcoaronATSO I JOIIX HEART TlrOMASEdit- orrsxarrzsosrsts I CunbrlanMMJ4uah R1vrMMMaaj FRIDAY FEBRUARY 6 Knlecot AertlllnKITransient adnrtlicmenU 40c per Inch fint BMrtlonSOc per loch each addltloaalIDertloDI Special rate on yearly Local notice lOc per line ant Insertion Cc per jjCardcent a line Cah In adTaoceC= AXAOUACEJIEXTS For Mate Senator We are outhoriicJ to announce II ON A 8 HENVETT M a candidate for State Senator from the Serenth Senatorial DIstrict inbject to ho action of the Republican party Ire are authorized to announce SL STEVENS ae a candidate for State Senator from the SoT enth Senatorial District object to the action of the Republican party- Weareoatbonted to announce D DARE it nilOADS aa a candidate for Stat Senator from tJDCtlOIFor Circuit Court Clerk We are anthorUtd to announce F L AND E FUR aa a candidate for Clerk Ohio Circuit Conrt subject to the action of tht Republican party We lire anthortted to announce E O DAD tJInbJectFor Hcpreaentall We are anthorluxl to announce DR A D PARK nu a candidate for Representative from Ohio county subject to the action ot tht nepohfl Mean party Wo are authorized to annonnc CEO XI lIADb nox w candidate for Representative from tO Ohio county subject to the action of the Rep ab lean party We are authoriud to announce GEORGE DAKER ae a candidate for Reprwentotlre ItepoIlana ALL about the new electric railroad when it is built HARTFORD has more pretty girls nethan rOuzo countys World Fair com mitlco is largely Democratic PREPARE an exhibit for the Sta Fair It will be held at Owensbo- this yearsHARTFORD College is drawing a treat number of outoftown students for the spring termIIOUR streets are not what they should bo but no town of its size in Kentucky can bet this old town for uptodate side walks MARSHAL Paris City Judge Jno B Wilson and City Attorney J R Wedding are doing their duty toward the town of ruffian mtv APPRECIATING the danger of being in agin the machine Urey Woodson and Charlie Meacham have withdrawn their objections to the Beck barn State primary to Two of Hartfords citizens he commissions signed by the Preside Col C M Barnett Surveyor of tiTinsleyTuE REPUBLICAN will give a pony and cart for the biggest lie contributed to its columns during the month end ing February 30Steve May Mose Mattingly and Tom Barrett barred it iWITH the memory of the sacrifice ot 812000 in the 1901 campaign fresh in their minds Ohio county Democrats are not running over each other to announce for county offices this year TuE Louisville Ministerial Associa bKentuckySunday especially directed agai anOhioIT must surely be downright stubtl bornness in President Roosevelt that prevents him from letting the Demo crate down South make their o appointments to Federal offices we were the Southern Democrats would not elect Roosevelt President 0a any morehWE take pleasure in calling the atsorb tendon of REPUBLICAN readers to theIt bright interesting local news letters in this issue We take pleasure also1boy in publicly expressing our thanks to our correspondents for their kind lyBut efforts to help us make TOE REIUDnl LICAN a welcome visitor in the homestl of its readers rTUE Fiscal Court contracted to give the County Attorney 8180 to collect 81800 railroad franchise tax duo Ohio county Superintendent James DeWeese has collected 8600 of this same franchise tax of this same are railroad for the school districts along this same road for which he did not charge aIIred and this same Do Weeee is Republican county official for THE united support of his home people is considered the best evidence of a candidates worth and judged by this standard we are all 110 K for the Herald is whooping our Candida cy for Governor right along Put it along old boy youre doing us lots of good And say Dr Matthews we know your support is entirely un selfish but your industrious and wen directed efforts in our behalf shall not go unrewarded and we will add the I follovVinfc plank to our already adimV able platform Whereas thefo is a large number of Kerituckiaus who are suffering from various diseases of She rectum and whereas Dr Hobe r Matthews editor of the Hartford Herald is a recognized expert in the treatment of such diseases therefore we resolve That immediately upon our inauguration as Governor of Kentucky we will convene the Legisla taro in extraordinary session for the purpose of establishing a sanitarium for the treatment of diseases of the somewhere in the mountains Eastern Kentucky and we eba appoint Dr Matthews as superintendent of that institution However we wish to assure our readers that we shall take this step out of no selfish motives of rewarding a faithful supporter of our candidacy for Go ernor but wholly for the purpose affording scientific treatment to toot afflicted with diseases of the rectum Shove your quill Doctor you shall share in the honors of our adminia WILL our good neighbor the Her aid take the trouble to explain to theI taxpayers why they should pay the County Judge 8100 to audit claims have already been audited andI why they mutt pay the County AtI torney 81 80 and expenses to play at Q for the county in the railroad O tax collections when ibe- ve already given him 8650 a year act as their attorney AN examination of the Fiscal Court records discloses the fact that th county paid for 1300 days plowing on the road last year This amounts 011Ihave nothing to show for it but mu The taxpayers should revolt at th- edless waste of their hnrd earn money Our present road system is practically worthless and if the court will go no farther it should at least provide u capable county road com supertiaioron y Our present road and bridge commis stoners are good honest men but like the rest of us they know noth about roadmaking No bus ness institution of the country would thinkabout putting its business under the management of men not espe cially trained tor the work andwhy should not the county apply the ea m commonsense business principles 1 roadSof a e and practical engineer to supervise roads would give us not only better roads but would rcau a decided saving of the taxpayers money If any of our readers have any thing to say on the road question we shall be glad to give them space do so MENnta ve we essayed to impress up- e minds of those addressed the in timable value of time and ti wealthof rewards awaiting those w were willing to labor the task of useful employment Unless ti young man learns the value of time ia useless for him to attempt to build for himself structure that will tower him above the common lot of men But there are some other virtues quite as necessary to success chief of which is honesty a virtue without which no young man can nor indeed deserves to win The young men for whoso benefit poorfof life on a capital of brains a Detenergy rather than of cast Father d mother have taken upon them extra burdens of labor that boy may be given the time to go to school they have denied themselves many of the necessaries of life that their boy may have a few months theIfso breoy a in exacting world which selfishly se like the builder his stone place that man best fitted to IiIIlex A busy world cares nothing for parental sacrifices but counts like the banker his gold for intrinsic worth no young man however poor to find an honorable place in affairs of men Indeed the money marts of the world are glutted with gold for the lack of competent truelpInyoung men to employ it to ueof services The anxious guardians idle wealth meet every boy on tbet threshold of his manhoodand ask with eager voiceIIAre you capable you honest Every young man who successfully payee this examination D may shake the dust of lifes valley from his feet for there is a place him if not upon the crest at least high up the mountains side Many or men eminently capable of managing great enterprises are groveling in lifes mire all because capital dares n C a trust tbem How unfortunate thel capithutit al tears because of sucha wondro source of wealth upon which it fain would but dare not draw III should prefer to be honest f honestys sake but if I were not sti should be honest because it pays to be hbiieiit was the remark ol a you tldmaa to the writer a fury years ago and it was the remark of a man who had started out in life without a dol lar ten years before but who is now a man of affairs And we know ho ho won Another man who ha some idle capital saw this man could use it with profit and believed Li wouldrender a proper account of it Capitalsupported capacity and owner of the one earl possessor of th other were each substantially reward wl How valelcss were this mans capacity without the other mans cap 11al Bo honest young man for honestys take if you will but be hon est because it pays to be honest if you must ONCE before wo scratched a few thivsocialfy c wo a little writing at ain for our own amusement wo were denominated the subeditor tbse who hovers oer tbe Heralds editorial desk wrapt in a great gobof gloom should rare up on his hind legs at any little diversion from regular machine methods ot writing But we are unable to un derstand why we should be called tbe society editor We never moved but little in polite circles and we kno too well that we could not shine 1society like the editor of the Herald does when he tops off his hat under an electric light and we had almost forgottenuntilreminded by this weeks editorial column of the here oldLow the doleful notes ot soured superannuated tomcat sound ed J M D EDAI thde tieedMr I M Bennett who has been i for some time is slowly improving Mr Harvey Axton and family will leave in the near future for Denver Col where they will probably locate Mrs Bernice Dodson will teach th spring school at this place Mr Joe Bennett has purchased the farm of Mr Harvey Axton and will move to same March the ist Mr Ellis King Westerfield visited his sister Mrs J C Park last week Mr and Mrs J D Chapman and little son ol Owensboro were the HeyeNr and Mrs Azro Rowan visited relatives at Heflin Saturday and Sun darI Ernest Stewart is in Lexington taking the state certificate course The school at Service Hill which Itas in charge of Miss Stella Tanner closed January the i8h Mr Thomas Bennett Prentls visit ed his parents Mr and Mrs G W Bennett last week Mr W C Ambrose went to Hart lord Saturday Mr J D Stewart is in Louisville attending the Medical College onMr Nay Rowan visited his grand mother at Heflln last week Henrye toIposevisited his father Mr W Q Park Sunday Mr Hosea Shown Adaburg was In our town last week Miss Clara Bennett is at the betides ol her sister Mrs W C Ashley who has been very ill of typhoid feverMiss Lura Her Qwensboro is visit ing her mother Mrs Bettie Jler this week Mrs Bettie Greer who bad been tndHoover Monday morning and was buried Tuesday at the Mt Hermon burying ground She was a devo Christian and loved and esteemed all who knew her She leaves one little daughter and a host of relatives and friends who mourn her loss Mrs Silas Shaver Livermore and Mr Henry Hoover Buford attended the burial of their sister Mrs Bettie Greer Tuesday farMr Rowan Greer and Miss Cars ie were married at the M E church Sunday evening the Rev J A Bennett officiating The attendants were AlbertLio 3 Euola Her Mr and Mrs J A Anderson Haitlord attended the burial of Mrs Settle Greer at Mt Hermon Tuesday Notice the District Court of the United the Western District of 01Kentucky In Bankruptcy In tbe matter of Finis J Baize of firm ot Baize Bros a Bankrupt On this sad day of February A D 1903 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 30th day of January A 1903 it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the sum on the aSh day of February A D 1903 before said court at Feder Court Hall at Louisville Ky la sal district at io oclock in the as near near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published one time in HARTFORD REPUBLICAN newspaper printed tn said district r 0thitt said time and place and show cause VA any they have why the prayer ol grantsued- r Evans Judge of said Court and the Kentuckyin tgo3IISPEED Clerk By DUDUSY IINDSEV D C L FIRST MARRIAGE In Ohio County and the Legal Forms Thereof IKnow all men by these presents we Joseph Barnett St Robert unevernor and his successors In tie penal paymente Si of done we bind ourselves our heirs etcWitness our hand and seal this sot h day of Jnly 1799 The condition of the above obligation Is such that ii theiedoesnot at anytime hereafter any legal objection appear why the above bound Joseph Barnett Jean Barnett may not enter into the state ot matrimony then the above obligation to be void otherwise to be snlid in law JOSEPH BARNETT ROBERT BAIRD Attest W ROWAN MINISTERS CERTIFICATE I certify that I solemnized th rights of marriage between Josep Burnett and Jean Barnett on the day of July 1799 IGNATIUS PIOMAN Do Yoii Want This Gold reWe are going to give a nice i new TenDollar Gold piece to the Correspondent of THE REPUBLICAN who sends t the largest club of yearly sub 1Io1a1 day April 5 Renewals the same as new subscriptions when paid up one year in advance A big prize for a lit ic workand one of our cor jnt not you 0 could get more clubs by having the of for open to everybody but corresronce ents because wo want to show them that we appreciate their work for THE REIUIILICAX Send in names and money as rapidly as you receive them and every subscription sent in will be credited to your club account Begin AT ONCE CENTERTOWN Rev Shugart filled his regular apt polntment here the first Sunday Mr S W Tichenor ol West Point was In town the first of the week Mr John Igleheatt Is at home again after several days visit In t McLean county He was accompanied by Mr Faith who was prospecting for a form Mr Tow Goodall has returned 1r oft Evansville where he delivered a Mr C K Reneer is in Liverm ore this week assisting in gearing the fl Hiring mill Mr Clarence Morris of Ceralvo was with us this week on legal busl ness Mr C D James leaves this week for timber work near Calhoon Messrs C R Carson and W A Rone were in Hnrttord this week The infant of Mr Wing Ross is dangerously ill It hat a mehing like pneumoniaMr Davis is recovering d- Iy w from his recent Illness Mr J C Warden who has been confined to his room several days is able to be out Miss Sallie Warden of Union neighborhood visited friends here this week Notesla held at Beaver Dam in the past two weeks looking to the organization ot a to meellbynga nt 3 oclock to which all men are invlt ei The meeting will be held in the Christian church auditorium The prospects for a good ergan lotion la Beaver Dam are very couraglnsr and in this work we want the hearty cooperation of all t Christian people ol the town The meeting at Hartford last S day was well attended and a very terestlng session was held If you are not attending these Sunday afternoon meetings it is your loss The reading room is open everyday in the week we have many of the current magazines religious secular papers on file Make it a point to drop in and loop them over The State Convention of the Kentucky Young Mens Christian Asso ciations will be held in fTe lngtpn on the nth to 5thof this month pat county is allowed 35 delegates that meeting lets send a full yeear promises to be the roost Important almeeting icr men rust held In the manyetF of represented at that meeting a rate of one fare for the round trip hen been secured on all railroads For further information call on or address Ellis Cottrell Hartlord Ky Nothing will do our local york more good than to have a good representation attend the State convention A MEMBER The Eureka bfg=o oj East StILouis Ill want a man with rig o i n Induce Poultry Mixture In this sou rte = J14 ty They offer n b lary of 6000 pet mouth to a good worker and the furnish bauk reference ot their tella blllty Send stamp for full particulars to EUREKA MFG CO hay roc nut St Louis 111 25tl Transfer Line Changes Hands We have purchased the transfer line And freight business between Hartford and Slaver DIm from Messrs Field Son and will coutlu ue the same in the future We as from the public the same cordial an hearty support that has been given our predecessors Messrs Field Son Our motto shall be prompt polite and strict attention to nil busl uses entrusted to our care Earnest ly soliciting your patronage we are Yours for business TAYLOR Lnretsh Having sold our transfer line an freight business between Hartford and Beaver Dam to Mestrs Taylor Lewis1 we bespeak for than the seta liberal and cordial support that has been accorded us In the past Thank pate IIronage we respecllullyet r Marriage Licenses J II Monroe Roslne to Mrs M E Pierce Roslne Gordon Jones Cromwell to Mag gie Oldham Horton T K lajgcrs Rockport to Osa Williams Echols TtSO K Greer Beds to Carrie Her Beda ItLeslie D Brown Rock ester Roach Pen tis J Roscoe Wood White Run to Bertha F Wilson White Run Land Sales for Taxes By virtue of taxes due me as Sher ifl of Ohio county Ky I will on Monday the 2nd day of March Igo 3r expose to public sale at the court house door in Hartlord Ky the following lands viz Kirtley Jno A 14 acres taxes6 70 Sullenger C B agent lot G B Sullenger 150 acres land 10 70 Sullenger C B agent for M E Whittlnghlll 130 acres land 7 So Petty Jno II 83 acres land 4 CAL P Know S O C FORDSV1LLE Smallpox scare is over Miss Nancy Smith returned Sunday night from a visit to Owensboro Mr and Mrs Olla Wilson went to Louisville last wetk to visit Mrs WIN sons parents Mrs Joe Sapp died at her home here last Thursday ofcancer Mr Clarence Smith went to Cin cinnati Saturday Mr Shelby Ford who has had va rlolold Is getting along nicely and it is thought there will be no smallp develop from contact with Mr Ford Mr and Mrs J M Graham of Narrows were the guests of Mr and Mrs Me Smith Saturday and Sun dayMr Fon Rogers was here Monday en route to Greenville to attend the burial of his elster ln law Mrs J L Rogers Mr Frank L Wade formerly of the country has moved to the old Jones property below the mill Mrs Davidson and daughttr Miss Ava are expected home soon tic Pitts burg where they went to be wi Mrs Ellis Lloyd who had bun very sick but is recoverlxg rapidly Messrs E G Barrass and George Baker of Taylor Mines were here SaturdayMrs W Camp and little I ward Maurice went to Habit Friday to spend a few days Mr Camp joined them Sunday Mrs Will Smith spent last week here with her daughter Mrs Fred Lltsey who has been sick ratr and Mrs Irvin Harder have new baby girl at their house Mr Robert Crider has been confined to his home for several days with a very sore arm from vaccination Mr N B Smith and family w have lived lure in the old Jones pro toenfarm near town not long since bebit Charles Kissinger who b been in Ohio lor several months Is parentsuInWe have had recommended to ts the skate cure which however we do not fully comprehendand shall venture to ask the builder of the ed Mortal in last weeks paper for an ex planlon ndRev T J Ratcllffe ol the Baptist church here who tendered his reslg nation a lew weeks ago was unani mously voted to retain the pastorate last Saturday An unusual numb of members were present and Br tyInvocation STANDaIn the InquirerRepublican Rub ber Tire Buggy Contest I Miss Jessie Reynolds 242Iblips Hess Ie Barnes 1212 Miss Leila Hunter 1008 Miss Nancy Smith 720 6x7MissMiss Laura Morton 58 Miss Eva Taylor 510 Miss Eva Martin 412 Miss Eulah Bennett 412 Miss Sophia Miles Our Miss Mollie Peyton 400 Miss Ida Addlngton 308 t Miss Gusale Woodard 2 oR Miss Lydia Tlchenor 2u8 Miss Jennie Afmi4rpng J j6 1 M BUS LINE SOLD- Y aHenry Field Son Sell Transfer Line to Taylor Lewis Hony Field Son sold their trtns ler buslncis to Taylor 3t Lewis Monday Henry Field with his brother too charge of the Hartford and Deav Dam transfer business thirteen years altah n con ducted the business htas so een Hartfml nr BtavvrDamothasdriven the bus more thin 100000 mllea nod carried marathon i oooi passengers nod never has a serious accident or passengers Clasencdn the business for the last seven years paese their well known faces when alight Ins from the trains at Deaver Dam Taylor Lewis who succeed Field Son are well known liverymen here whose character insures the best possible service to the traveling public A Liberal Offor The undersigned will give a Ir sample of Chamberlains Stonnue- and Liver Tablets to any one wanting a reliable remedy for disorders of the stomach biliousness or constipation his Is a new remedy anda good ont druggists m BARRETTS FERRY toblr George Davidson who has been quite sick is Improving Miss Lucy Grant who has been the guest of relatives here has returned home Mr Willie Porter and family ol Hltes Falls were the guests of Mr and Mrs James Gentry Saturday and Sunday Mr Alex May of Olaton was he Monday Mrs Ora Grant who has been sick for a long time Is growing worse Miss Virginia Monroe has returned to her home near Olaton Mr Austin Sbroader has gone Sheridan Ark- o Mr Eddie Davidson of Kites Falls Is very low oi consumption Liver Pills I Thats what you i thing to cure yourbilious goodigestion liver pills They cure con stipation and biliousness Gently laxative AiidmnMf Want rnnnttatnt or beard a b AaUluI brown or rich bUck Thru see BUCKINGHAMS DYE Mors aeae eetwmerw ctec M Badly Shattered Nerves and Weak Heart Too Nervous to Sleep or Rest nthnd alwaleadally where the pulsars heart Is weak hereditary or causes Dr Miles not only a treat heart regulator corredthe Itbulklyou will rd ImproTeour DrMilesrecommend them us tbe best remedies for cureWhenweighed scarcely ro pounds my nee e were badly shattered in heart troubl me I had pita to my left as and shoulder had diffi llY in sleeping 0 spellIIndI could oat scarcely kind of food without suffering great distress and was so restless dayIOwellPh18now and am trying to make back the money gwhilea9texas sell and guarantee tie Dr Miles Kemedies Send for freersh AddyDr ROOf HOTEL T QUISENBERRY Propr Best 100 Hotel in the City I erYour Patronage Solicited 117 Fredrlen Ht Owcnnboro Kjr 14 Cumberland d TELEPHONE AN- DTolognirll Co Incorporated Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone in my residence and place of business My business has increased and my wiles voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for groi seivlce and gentlemanly competition C IPI NOWLIN Manr 1 A MTPnAf1111 to cell ToiuCorfeo Rpp lixirnclnlhe rte rominlMton to agent nml large Inducement cuslomiM load Income to nay ona who upend a f w houro ft tiny AdilrcM AI WAiEsnv AIHTBTIBIXO Coluiiiljja IlilJlj A Main Ioojnyllli Ky Y l v I 0100 Wi Q itot YMii 4rOlilouant iMakes 11 7 4 Chrortc Invalids 1 When the uror U torpId and ttdb to dO lu workJ Thenkwines t etandmalaria The only treltIIIOD that Qlvca the UTOr twt the right touch sad lrana Natures wore l0 the natltmanneru tAVONS LJVER PILLS J ANDTONIG PELLETS j The pill torahs me Liver and ten pellet tow the system Zdeed for day COIl W cents sad ul ion your cane k exceedlogly bad your theseto r 11 Baden N i For sale by J H WillIams Druggist Hartford Ky I MIDWINTER SALE I 4i l flt 01+ O j iI Dhh t h Mens Clothing going at prices you cant afford to miss awaydownShoes our specialty for our midwinter sales Get these Bargains while they last i Everything1e I I l fHatsvcleThis is our Midwinter fair dont fail to fi attend Yours for tradctSAM EACH = 1 I E P BARNES BROS J IReduction1 7 MEANSA BIG SAVING TO ALL WHO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE 1 i CUT PRICES Great Line of Overcoats y Wo can still show you as good a lino as most merchants show at tho beginning of tho season and we will ia l PricesNow l low price 1 Ladiespet and Misses g Wraps M Anaything on our racks in this lino will bo sold at from 10 to 50 per cent reduction You can afford to invest in t pricesnmean carry over a garment that the price will IWinter Waists and solll ficontper yard going at tho round price of 50c per yard Waist t goodsthat sold at from 15c to 25c per yardcut to lOc and I 15c por yard All seasonable and serviceable merchandise that you have only to sea to appreciate assGoodsOur buyer hits just returned from the markets with now t LadiesVestsand 51 Mens and Boys Gloves 25c 50c 75c and 1 WoolSockswo ww VVV1 AV3Vf A JJ VVJ 44 VU 2aoOvershoes to ndicBnndtchi1drdlduck and windproof work coats from 1 to 3 Bring us sumo good firstclass timothy or redtop hay or shucked corn and got merchandise that will meet thodo mends of the season at prices that mean a saving to you IIrAVIItDAnrEi I r t i Y O i o F OAlGnsboroKKyiIlondganrkrforillProprietori y r r v f t I IJ l it lu pLJ L d X cJ i CLOTHING tip bit SPECIALS b P1 13 + For the next ten days we are going to of tfor our trade some special drives in our b Clothing Department These are not shelf 4i 0 worn stock but goods that are firstclass It in every respect I in SPECIAL NO 1 n rs an nilwool Black Chiviot Pants well made blt longwllisted guaranteed the vofy best black Pants t t t4 that usually retail at 260 Our Special prico fort 41Iays only is tiI 19 b I 150 i f SPECIAL NO2 tI41 G n Is a Pant that wo tnko special doliglit in calling n your attention to for wo positively know that they II can bo found nowhero for less than 300 rl1CY 1 are n small check mixed with brown longwaistodt b- wellmade to to sowed with silk thread throughout and nn ideal Pant for Sunday wear Our Special price h41 for ten das is f 11 t 200 E Remnant Stock Overcoats E J Well this stock must go Wo do not parley over 4i pricesthoy arc moving and moving fnstbut the It allnPn wool Beaver Overcoats for i50 Our 850 extra 4t fine black Beaver Overcoats are being slaughtered at tc500 Better buy now find save from 3 to 5 Y 4 i THE PLACE IS fAem 4i ut L h e- Ya i 4i I 4i 7 n n le l ggain i i 1DPricestIN BIG STOCK AT t tTaylor and Williams i Mmes Stores of i 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 make sacrifice sales along the line indicated below Country produce taken in exchange for goods at highest market price Those prives will hold good for 30 says only Come early before the best bargains are gone Mens Vici Kid Shoes reduced from 46Q to 360 Mons Vici Kid leduc od from 360 to 276 Wrens Waterproof Box Calf reduced from 350- i to 276Mens Best on Earth Shoo reduced from 160 to 100 t Ladices Vici Kid ro- duCCd from 160 to 1 Ladies Kid Polish Shoo reduced from 125 to 85c Old Ladies Vici Kid reduced from 200 ton 126- 1t1 Mens Crushed Hats u ed from 126 to Ire MOils Black Alpine 150 to 100 Mens Black Alpine reduced from 250 to 176Mens lllack Alpine Liberty Special 300 to 200Mons and Boys Suits reduced 331 per cent Overcoats reduced 50 per cent Bargains in Corduroy and Jeans Trousers Everything in the Dry Goods line reduced iu proportion 50 Calico reduced to 4ictsMillinery reduced onc half I J BarLgains offered The editior will not allow us space to give them all but our clerks will take pleasure in showing you our goods Very respectfully r Taylor Williams Coal COS Taylor Mines Williams Mines Ky I I t f tr J r 1 u Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY G Restaurantblk PurebrNice Fresh Groceries at Cle re lIers Full line Tropical Fruits at Cle tie lIers Everything good to eat at City Re Laurent Fresh Fish et City Restaurant next Monday t6Nicest line of Candles In town at City Restaurant Tomatoes roc per can at Tayl Coal Cos Store poundJat If IS bate of Santa Claus Soap for soc a at Taylor Coal Cos Store City Restaurant is the most upto on date place In Hartford In Get your up to date lunches orIi meats at City RrstaurantIDauuewlller Coffee t2 C per pound by at Taylor Coal Cos Store at Cheese Sausage Boneless He and Crackers at City Restaurant for Mr Ed Davidson Jr of lUtes consumptionIIA big line of Ribbons at of fItcans berries for s5c at Taylor Coal Cost- o Store Mrs Jas L Rogers died of con t1samptlon at her home In Greenville To unday Extra select Oysters always on hud at City Restaurant and served In any styleInRI Miss Laura Morton has bought Mrth P Vickers residence property o ndensUnion StrettW Intthe very best and Infants CloaksCaps Flannels etcth greatly reduced at r Cos Storethfor Fresh Oysters Oyster Stew Oys fete Raw Oysters any way you want zeal at City RestauranteaMr Charles Bach of Chicago has Iet adapted a position In the dry goods house of Mr Sam Bach atAll Misses and Lidles can be fitted halt usual atsu LeiIOVERCoATThat Is what every max reeds In cold weather and here the place to get them Great bar In every coat at Carson Cos We want Hens Turkeys Rygs Ducks Geese and Feathers for which we will pay the highest market price CARSON CO Torchons LInen Laces Valeclenes Insertions Thread and Swiss Bead loge and allover Embroderles almost given away at Taylor Coal Cos Store the If you want some of our remnant Calico that we guarantee loyds In one In parcel you had better come now as we have only a limited amout left ed CARSON CO You can buy Hosiery cheaper than IIever before In your life at Taylor Coal Store They can sell you five In pairs of Ladles stockings or Mens vIIIThese among others separately noted remembered TUB RErUnllCAN Dam substantially Monday L B Loney IMcllenry Edwin Porbet Pordsville Wilson Shown Beds J E Miller Priedaland J R Ashby and W C Smith Rockport H Palkerson Robert Wester atIJfieldSheriff Cal P Keowu has located Mitchell Taylor the negro who shot iTom Tatum at Taylor Mines a little gave lover a year ago at New l xIDgtonI Ohio and left for that point yesterday was to bring him back Sheriff Keown will stop at Frankfort on his way and obtain a requisition from Governor was Beckham was At s meeting of Rough River Lodge No tto Knights ol Pythla held onw last Tuesday Mr S A Anderson was appointed by the Lodge to visit Knight A T Landrum at Spring Lick a member of Rough River Lodge who Is quite sick of pneu wonia Mr Andtrllon left Wedner morning on his mission vllle will My Lungs were U An attack of la grippe left with a bld cough My friends smldteI had consumption I then tried Cherry Pectoral and It curedpromptlyA Nokomis Ill was You forgot to buy a bottle of Ayers Cherry Pectoral on whenyour cold first came on so you let itrun along Even now with all your hard coughing itsuwill not disappoint you Theres a record of sixty years to fall back an- Tbtreaizuf2kLeeit ed All drrrdrta man Conllllt your doctor U he rare tAke It then do u It he tell Oli not to take II tbn don t take It Ue know Learn It g1th 1AYEItr O llawell Mali W t To my Many FtlendaHartp- urchaacd it R halt lu the livery bas l ness of J B Dodson I will be glad to seeyou all I will take charge next Monday Yours for trade L T DARNAR Mr R P Neal sold his resident- property on Washington street Wed desday to Mr Logan Barnard coo slderatlon tIOO On account of his poor health Mr Neal will move this farm near Prentls- s Mr S A Anderson who has de dined to stead for reelection as Clerk of the Ohio Circuit Court will In a few days open up a real estate of fire In Hnltfard He will buy and sell real estate either for cash or on feot his advertisement is next Issue she s 1911 great believer In ptlnlerlS Ink yea want to buy or sell real estate yon should see him He will also d general abstracting bnslness We certainly have had a big trade remnant calico end now wear e going to offer you nother good thing the way of domestic We have balsa of factory that we are go to sell at 3Jic In bolt lots and 4C the yard This lot cant last longj these prices so you had better not aremcash or good country produce CARSON CO The New Cash Grocery has just received a fine lot of Bananas Ap pies Oranges Grapes Calves Nuts and Candies Try them all the Christians of Hartfordt and Community We expect to commence a meeting g- In Hartford the second Sunday nights February assisted by Brother J TsP E We earnestly ask help and prayers of all the chris In the tows end community e world like to see a great revival Hartford Select some one to cape pray for and then see them tell them you are praying for and ask them If they want to be christians now Let each member of Y M C A try to win some soul Christ We can have a gracious time If aU the churches are united In devotion faith and prayer We ask the cooperation of all the unsaved think shoat their eternal Interest and resolve to save their own earls Death nay bejnst hand and God appeals to saint and Prepare to meet thy God 01timebrother J Co PRTRIfu Two bunches of Chew ing Gum for 5c at New Cash Grocerysl ABOUT PEOPLE foMr01hereMr Scott Kimmel Ceralvo was In city Monday w Mr H D Hunt Smallhous was town Monday Mr H A Park of Clear Run call on us Saturday Mr S T Hunter Smallhousat called on us Monday Mr W J McIntyre Ceralvo was Hartford Wednesday Deputy Sheriff J H Roberts POrds came down Monday Esquire Co L Woodward Beaver called on us MondaylIJ Mr James Wedding Sulphur Springs was here MondayvMr Charlie 01FJlIsMr J E Ashby Rockport was our visitors Monday Esquire George Martin Cromwell attended County Court Monday Mr Morris Reynolds of Render us a pleasant call Saturday Mr Silas L Stevens Cromwell In town the first of the week Ernest Embry of Butler county very much In town Mondayc01 Mr Monroe llarrieon of Narrows In roan on business Mondayal Mr Sherman Park of Clear Run In town Saturday and Sunday Deputy Sheriff R L Boyd Horse Branch attended court here Monday Col C M Barnett came down from Louisville and returned WednesdayclMr R D Martin went to Louis today on a business trip and return Monday Mesart J W Thomas Fletcher Hardleter and C FDoswell Narrow la town Monday Mrs John Raglandof Roslne via the family of Mr M S Ragland Saturday and SnndayblMr Armendt Yates of Rochester the guest of the family of Esquire S tIMrus Monday end kindly dropped e dollar Into the till of Tali RRPU9 IICANrJMr Robert IIIckey Westerfield on ns Monday and contributed to TUI RBrUUIJCANS supportelMr Jordan Wade of McHcnrycall on us Monday and renewed his subscrlx tlon Mr Wade Is a poor tI but he opologhed tat letting his subscription run over tor a few weeks We wish for more Jordan ades on our lIst t r T STREET SCENE Wild and WoolyWest Work of a Butter County Boy eon Our Streets Ernest Embry Engages In a Run Wing Pistol Duel With the Peace Officers Ernest Umbrya Butler county boy was the central attraction In a street parade of unusual proportions here late Monday afternoon the serious elements of which were completely overshadowed by the ludicrous Young Embry came to town Mon day to have a little fun slang with seemsoto cap the climax with a little shoot log scrap with the marshal About five oclock In the afternoo- when Embry got ready for the clima capping act he got on his horse and rode up and down the streets usin violent and abusive language which finally attracted the attention of theI marshal When the marshal started toward him Rarbrq rode off feet enough to keep out of hist teach and kept tip these movements back and fourth on the streets fort some time Finally the marshal tired of the hlde and seek geme and called for a horse which was brought to himb at Veughts livery stableIIWhen Embry saw the marshal mounting the horse he knewthea game was taking a more turn and whipped out a big gun and thnatened to shoot the marshals head offSeeiug that lass bluff wouldnt Embry tired his pistol In the air flew up the alley toward Walnut closely pursued by the marte slFordsdeputy sheriff R L Boyd called to Embry to stop but the boy replied with a pistol shot Then Boyd and Embry engaged In d pretty wsrlll deubate with their gars but clinched his argument Embry got out on the street at the Baptist chnrchfe blhorseatKeownetown Capt Keown ran out and caught Embrys bridle when the latter gave him a crack across the head with his now empty pistol that Inflicted an ugly flesh wouldDIOn account of the muddy condition the roads and approaching nightcc the chase was given over to some ture timemNotwithstanding that about thirty shots were fired while the fun lastedal one was hit though two belle Mr John beans house and one Judge Millers The Incident furnished great fun the town boys who had just come of school and who despite the- histling of bullets followed the show as It paraded the streets as they FeEmbrydtinkin Death of Mrs Bettle GreerMOn Monday morning at 3 viMrsartlonthan a year and her death was not unexpected She leaves a little girl six year old her husband having died two years ago She was burled atnc Hermon cemetery Tuesday InWI the presence of a large concourse of tondo and relatives Funeral ser 25ndand RETIIEL DUKE Se Passes Portal of the County Jail the Second Time on Charge deg of StealingWI of Marshal Stevens of Braver Dam arrested Rethel Duke yesterday on a of stealing a zo watch chain a gold ring some time ago from Will Collins Duke was brought here ter lodged In jail late yesterday eve Wing Duke was tried and acquitted some time ago upon a charge of brtakingr Into U G Whallens store at Prentlt He also stole his wife last snmmerIbut was never prosecuted chargeIFear good livery horses l TAVLOR Lnwls- Hartford Ky Widening Out The firm olCarson Co has been Incorporated and more capital has added making It one of the strongest business firms In Western Kentucky Messrs T J Morton and A Anderson have been added to firm The stockholders are F Austin J H B Carson T J Morton S A Anderson and Ira D Dean At a meeting of the Directors F 0 Austin was elected President S A Anderson Vice Pres- Ident T J Morton Secretary and Treasurer and J H D Carson Gen Manager- The I new firm will begin business on the Lothof this month and con nue for a period of twenty years I We bespeak for the new firm an Increased business this year Query the very large business done by the old firm last year I q I I YGAt tka I Mtslf Out of Your Food You dont and cant U your stomach is weak A weak stomach does not dl goat all that is ordinarily taken Into it todigestAmong the signs or n weak stomac arc uneasiness after eating life of nero belchIngI have taken Hoods Sarsaparilla at- dlUercnt times for stomach troubles and a run down condition or the syatem and havo been greatly benefited by its use I would not be without It In ray family I am iron achantrnauseaandllndIhtodasenapnrlllInvaluable Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Strengthen and tone the stomach and the whole digestive system DESPERATE PLOT To Assassinate Marshal Paris Reported on the Streets Nightx evengag a max out and told him he had overheard Dee and Basil Lawrence two young negroes living abort a mile below laying a plot to assassinate theI Marshal According to the story the Marshal the plan adopted was to begin loud swearing In front oUhe Marshals residence and when came out to shoot him As soon the Marshal heard the story he started out to hunt for the neJtrocl a party who claims to have been n eye witness says had already at tempted to carry out the plot He says that one of the boys remained near the Marshals door while the other one and another colored man walked some distance up the street end fired several shots presumably attract the attention of the Mar When Marshal Paris finally came upon the negroes one of them had a pistol In his head but surrendered to Marshal without attempting to it- Afterthe Marshal had disposed of first he went alter the second of J who had In the meantime reinforced by some other colored men This tact being called to the tention of Sheriff C P KtoNn officer waded Into the colored crowd In an I mean business sort of way that pat them out ofbnsl neat and quiet was restored In police court Monday morning Lawrence was given 20 and about g costs for desert for carrying a deadly weapon and Dee was given ro and the usual trim for breach of the peace We interviewed the colored boys their trials and they dented theIstory of the plot to assassinate Marshal The reported plot to assassinate the Marshal will be fully Investigated 4 when the Grand Jury mesas Argon Oil A great medical discovery Cures Rhcumatlsm and Kidney Trouble ante lit Grin Bros Drug Store r CERALVO Mr Wm McConnell has moved ou Lucien Kimmels farm Miss Cassa White Logan county the family of Mr C R Rich teat week Rev Wheeler closed a very sue cessful series of meetings at Lone Star last week Mr D F Graves vlsltlted relatives Deaver Dam the first of the 4 Miss May Tharp of near here In Muhlenberg county died January the th 4 Messrs C D Everly J C Reid 4 M C Evenly are In the Snnny 4Mrfamily of Dr G L Rverly Sun 41 Mr Wm Stewart of near here 4 married to Miss VlctorlaWllklns near South Carrollton some days agoMr John P Rowe has been very sick but la better at this writing Mrs J C Reid Is visiting her ala Mrs George Erving Calhoon Mrs Emma B Fulkerson Is visit- Ing relatives in Missouri It DOlsnt Scar Folks to be told tho truth about Lion Coffee The acare crow coffees are those ractoryegg WholttOlDeuDlllued ealedpactzeaa sad nhltoe- mlqrttl ttlttt DAVIESSGOUNTY BANK TRUST 00O- WENSBORO KY Cash Capital 850000Sio- ckhold AddI1 LIability 30000- Ouaranlee rued for Cuetomera 100000 DtrooIu raeelTed abject to ehrk Cats nabina to dopalt or check out All can be don br man Intemt IIWS on tm dpoollI- S PER CENT for lmonths lor t per rent torthorterpulodr Interetbrgln Imm4ltly- Call or w rile tor further puticolu T S ANDrnON Prelae v = ROCIPOR1 Mr T ft Ferguson and family teft last Sunday for Sturgis Iy where they will make their future home Messrs George Maddox Jr Walter Maddox returned flom a visit with their uncle C ChInn near McHenry Mr Ed Whitehouse of Bevleq via trod In town leaf week Mr Charles R Ashbyol West Providence was In town Sunday Mrs IS Campbell and Miss An ale Hooper of Fchols were the gnests of Mrs Go M Maddox Monday Mr Alfred Clerk of OIVensboro was In town Monday Misses Jossle Ham Mabel Maddo- and Cora Reid Qf this place are vlt sting Miss Annie Hooper at Echols The Rockport News which has been suspended for several weeks will ap pear this week or next Mls3 Lillie Williams who has been visiting her grandtatherSqulre D J Wilcox returned to her howe at Hen derson last Sunday Mr Albert Hanley of Hopewell was In town Monday Mr L L Tapp of Evansville was In town Tuesday II Mr H A Martin of Paducah was fn town Monday Mrs Geo M Maddox Is on the sick list at this writing Mr Don C Hall assisted by Mrs Hall and a talented company will give the play Ten Nights In a Bar Room beginning February the sth and continuing three nights is Cut this out and take It to all druggists of drug stores and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and LIver TheycleanseImprove the appetite and regulate the bowels Regular size a5c per box Real Estate Transfers j D J K Maddox to Caperton Co Maddox seventy acres consideration one dollar and parental aUectlon J lit Holloway to Guy Stewart thirty five acres for 125 Pattie A Hinton to W H Davit too acres for 600 Mary E lilacs to t H Combs one filth Interest In aro acres for 9v 81clt Blood a Food polo girls on Scotts Emulsion We do not need to give all the reasons why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength goodhealth bloodxthat it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does presentsCod fullest in strength least in tasteYoung women in their teens are permanently cured of the peculiar disease of the bloodwhich shows itself in palenessweaknessandnervous ness by regular with Scotts rnIt is a true blood foodand naturally adapted to the cure the blood sickness from which so many yours women suffer We will be glad to send a sample to any sufferer nu that IM picture to the loan of a label 1 on the tEroulslSCOTT DOWN Chemists 409 Pearl St New York Bean OASTOBJAt ft J if e 1 Hartford Jenn1ckYA schoolof Actual Business Bookkeeping Shorthand 1 rouchTypewriting and attendant branches We have special arrangements with a reputable Employ ment Bureau whereby we can GUARANTEE POSITIONS Course to all students who complete n Combined or Shorthandj Business or Shorthand Course 3000 Combined Course f 4000 Students may enter at any time and receive full instructions We cOntinue the entire year H HANKINS President EW PATTERSON Y Pros J E Bagains in Clothing r aaE Mens and oys Clothing at much less than ill regular prices Stylish uptodilte Suits The fabrics aro right in Style and weight Dont wait Cany longer come now while choice is good Clothing Department Our line of Clothing is the best to bo found any whore Dont fail to look throughi our stock when you need anything in tIllS line BOYD and 01111E drens Suits also in abundance Big line of Overcoats The cheapest in town See thorn will cost you nothing to look itI Boots and Shoes Wo feel safe in saying that we are headquarters for anything in this line you may needrlry our BLUE RIBBON and TWIN OWL Shoes f011 Boys and Girls Rubber Boots guaranteed to bo IIthe best for both Mon and Boys a Dress t Goods Etc = a aEtc w r4 a i1- ECONOMY a IDRY GOODS IMR SRRI CObbIN SMIT lananefi I 4It t 4 s M1 i H i HH1H1 uar5 35S c I rThe Kind You IIl1vo Always Bought nth which has beta in use for over 30 years has borno thoslgnnturo o- fW and has been madoundor his per RonR1 supervision since Its fnflncy- AllewnoY ono todocolvo yon iu this AU Counterfeits Imitations anti Justasgood arc but Experiments that trifle with and cndlnlgertllo health of Infants and ChlhlrcnExllcrlcnco ngnlnst Experiment What is CASTORACas- toria Is R hnrmless substitute for Castor on Para gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opitnu Morphine nor other Narcotic tiublUnce Its ogo Is its lllnrnutcc It destroys Worms and allays Pcveriallness It cures Dtarrha and Wiud Colic It relieves Toothing Troubles curcli ConsUltation anti Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Dowels giving healthy null utttural slceim The CliUdreny Pnnnccnll1o Mothers Irleud CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars tho Signoturo of fIThe Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMt CtNTaUN COMesNV TYUNNarTIIT N1W rOaa e- mb ENGINES SAW MILLS Pulleys Belting Shafting Hangers Bnbbit Metals Oils Waste Pnckings Suction Hose Oil Cups Lu bricators Valves Pipe and Fittings All kinds of Iron and Brass Castings All Work Done on Short Notice SelfOiling Car Wheels for Mills and Mines t Write for Catalogue Lees achina Works OWENSBORO KENTUCKY Homo1 lone No 449 Cumberland No 2- 53SALOONCOLLINS BARTFOaD IyHandles the BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stone and Old rl1atiol1nlspecialties Bock Beer Bock Beer B Ba COLLINS CO lJ KKclm JNE BEST lS THE CNEAPSTI + Fenman lp t lj erdrilfiryWeleyra Ind Far ag Lifipuiiic4 pnfrrredbyJlot aDd bCtlt arroo d Ilbool balldlog ID tb Hoath JodlvldaolloltrurtioD Ikbooll rsslon nil tbe1ear Students taD entratanyttmr whiten alwayswohame EJ WHIG nT 11111 FIELD cA SONcocc tnC1ntccc TRANSFER LINEccWcc 3AnZcn sva CCAVcn A- 2ITARTF0PWI yA PAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED 11C D tJm t S COST NO MORE TITAN PLAIN ONES INI SALhitG BronzEMarble Is entirely out of date Granite soon gets moss grown discolored requires constant expense and tare and eventually crumbles back to Mother Earth Besides It Is very expensive White Bronze Is everlasting It cannot crumble with the action ollrostj Moss growth Is au impossibility It Is more artistic thou any stone Then why not Investigate It has been adopted for nearly one hundred public monuments and by thousands of delighted customers In all parts of the country It has been on the market over 2S years and Is an established success Many granite dealers have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We youseecover On receipt of a postal card will be pleased to call with designs and sample of White Bronze Yours truly KyAgentConn If You Want To keep pqwellinformed subscribe for The ilepublicanIAnd get all the news all the time AU Kinds of Job Work NEATLY DONE AI THIS OFFICE Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 6 illinois Control RallroadTlmo Table New time fnrd tntlDG deft Sunday tIff 7 tD02at noon North horned Honth Bound No 132 due s3Tnm No 321doelllrnm- No 102dne2l7pm No 101 duo 3171 a- NOI22 due 12421 m No 131 due S361 10 Local Trelghf- Noi91dan73aam Nn193dne2lTpm- a Ii VArurraa Agent A WARNING TO KICKERS A sad eyed mule stood In the rain Tired was he and sick- Out against All pronered sympathy lie stubbornly did kick A oat came up to share his woes With mew and gentle pur But she alas I was soon transformed Into fiddle strings and fur A yellow dog next offered to Ills trials and troubles share And a moment later sausage meat Was flying through the air Then little John S the farmers son Attempted to his sorrow To drive him under shelter but Ills funeral Is tomorrow A blinding flash an awful roar He hadnt time to duck It No friendly Ilghtning rod was nigh The mule he kicked the bucket Observer SENSIBLY SAID Of Colored People by a Colored Man Twentyfive years ago when colored men were more frequently appointed and elected to official positions In the South than now they were accepted with better grace and accorded more consideration by Southern white peo pie than they are today Then many of these offices were not well equipped by training or experienced for efficient service and there was more cause for complaint Now conditions are changed but with this change has come the most bitter and unreasonable prejudice and hostility and Instead of encouraging and corn mendlllg the splendid progress made these same people array themselves like a stone wall against the recogni tion of members of the race upon the ground of color alone The acqulst Lion of property and education with the tralnlllg of years seem to make no difference with some people and though they advise negroes to make such effort yet when it Is attained they are unwilling to recognize worth and right which must follow these ac complishments One great hindrance along this line Is the associating bus- Iness affairs with social recognition A colored porter from a store may deliver a package to a purchaser with out this question being suggested but when this same package Is sent through the mall and Is handed to the same person by a colored clerk or postmaster then the social feature Is Injected Into the transaction The condition is the same and intelligent people should be able to see It We recognize that it Is a delicate question to discuss and that a pecu liar condition obtains In the South but that Is no reason why a colored man of equal ability and fitness as his white neighbor should be denied the same privileges rights and Immuni ties granted and recognized under the law Moderation and toleration are both necessary and both races should cultivate It in order that peaceful and fraternal relations may prevail In these sections where the two are so nearly equal In numbers and where they are destined to live in the future There Is no danger of negro domina tlons and it is no more desired by the one race than by the other and those people who are hugging this delusion are doomed to dIsappointmentG A Buy It Now Do not walt until you or some of your family are sick nigh unto death and then send for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy but buy it now and be prepared for an emergency It Is the one remedy that can always be depended uponiln the most severe and dangerous cases For sale by all druggists m P Keep It In Your Home when the bowels fall to act properly take a dose of LYONS LAXATJ- USYRUPIt acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liter and bowels will keep your system In good working order and make your complexiou clear For gale by J ThosAnen RoslneKy Nasal CATARRH In all Us stages there Ibould ho deaalloee 4 ElfS Cream Balm tleaaedootheesad heels Uo diuared membrane 1 earcs raterr4 and drives axara cold 111 tita bead nkkly Crew Balm U plaocd Into the mgrW 9prud- over the tnembrme sad II abotlnd JleIllf b Im media IIId a curs lollowa U II sot dryingdoes not prodnessneceng wee size to cent it Drag te or br man Trial Size 10 cents br naiL ELY DlIOT1JERS6 Warren Street New York Dead Snake In a lien Egg Lawrenceburg lad Jan 30 Mrs n G Hayes residing on West High street la breaking an egg for a cake found is it a dead snake about three Inches long the diameter of a small lead pencil and beautifully marked with bands of red yellow and black It Is perfectly formed Its head quite shapely and Its eyes though smaller c than a pin head are plainly dltln guishable Prol A C Dl11ups a naturalist of this city carelully examined the little reptile but could trot classily it with any particular species It Is on exhibition In the prolessers museum where It attracks considerable nUea ton A Mothers Rocommondatlon I have used Chamberlaina Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no hesitancy In saying that It Is the best remedy for coughs colds and croup I have ever tired in my family I have nut words to express my confidence In this remedyMrs J A Moore North Star Mich lrr sale by all druggists in- w Bank Robbers Get 3000 Steelvllle m Jan 3oTwo robbers blew open the vault of the flank of Steelville In this city at 3 oclock this morning and stole 83ooo NI- troglycerine was used to open the vault and four explosions were ucc- essuy for the robbers to gain an en trance The robbery In many of Its features resembled the recent one at Union Mo One man did the work Inside the building while another stood guard on the outside So rapidly had the robbers worked that the vault was blown the money gathered up and the two men were running rapidly up the street by the time a posse of citizens had armed themselves and started toward the bank The men left town in an easterly direction The posse followed the trail of the men out of town r e The scratch of a pin may cause the loss of a limb or even death when blood poison results from the injury All danger of this may be avoided however by promptly applying Chamberlains Pain Balm It Is an antiseptic and unequalled as a quick heating liniment for cuts bruises and burns For sale by all druggists m CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Hays Always Bought Dears the7JSisuatureof yy ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY IXCOHTDDATID Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense II you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particulars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky S SCall for a Senatorial Convention At a meeting of the Republican Executive Committee of the 7th Senatorial DIstrIct held at Beaver Dam Ky December 20 19Q2 It was ordered that a convention be held In each of the voting precincts In sold district on Saturday July II J903 at 2 p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend a county conven tlon to be held at the county seat at each county In said district on Mon day July r3 J903 at I p m whit b county conventions shall elect delegates to attend a district convention to be held at Hartford Ky Saturday July x8 2903 et I p m to nominate a candidate for State Senator In said district The representation In the county convention shall be one dele gate for each 2S or fraction over I votes cast for McKinley for President representationbe one vote for each loo or Iractlon over so votes cast for McKinley fo- Prerident In 1900 The candidate receiving a majority of all the votes cast In said district convention shall be declared the nominee of the Republican party for the office ot State Sen ator In said district NICHOLAS OARRASS Chmu- M S RAGfANR Secy Thousands Have Rldney Trouble pad 1ont Know It Uow To Pind Out fill a bottle cr common with you- water r and let It stand twentyfour hours a or sei sling indicates an 1 unhealthy pondl- dou of the kidneys If It stains your linen It Is evidence of kidney trouble too desire to pass it or pain to the back la also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad derareoutof order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampIback Illdneys liver bladder and part of the urinary passage It corrects passlnllIIwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary of SWAmp Root Is soon realized It stands tha highest for it won derful cures of the most distressing cases thebestYou may have a sample bottle of Ihls wonderful discovery lellslmoreabsolutely free bymall frequent nmofewmphootCo tion reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Khmer SwampRoot and the address Binghamton NY on every bottle u r I Jut vlhnt They Were- Wrlttng ot the early days ot Colttor nlas prOflperlty Mr n A Yncllell says The outward and visible rigu- of thlll amazing prosperity was most mnnlfest In the houses they wore nt ways spoken ot os residences which like AllddlnlI palace seemed too be built and furnished In a single night I On ono occasion I was In a Pullman car and Wt1 were passing through n I valley dotted with most unslghtIy- housesramellacklo bulldlns for the most part each nn amnlgnm ot halt n dozen styles of architecture and each obviously built tf show a1Vbat lire they asked nn old Scotclnuan who was ot the party Thtre prtvnto rusfdenccs replied nil American proudly Yes sir wore I passing through Paradise park Six months nitro folr this tract was n howl lug desert or cactus and sagebrush Eli Ihhh Yo surprise me 111 vote resident ye say It des sir Wbot dId you take them tor The old Scotchman answered soberly I was ut the opeenlon that they must to lunatic asylums itA big fellow evidently n cattleman from Arizona burst Into loud laughter Youve hit 111 he exclaimed rllAts Just exactly what they air I roman nooot Obr Rate In spite ot their historic solidarIty In spite or the powerful and binding influence or their common womanhood and In spite or all the thoughts and feelings In which they share I doubt whether such a thing as friendship In Its very highest sense can ever exist between two women tor the essential elements or friendship ore unhesitating confidence and unswerving loyalty and these are precisely the two things which can never by any possibility be given by one woman to another honor In the mans understanding of this word Is something that has no ex- Istence In a womnns nature While she loves and while she cares she will be loyal with a loyalty that neither suffering nor disgrace nor death itself can shake but that higher loyalty which Is faithful even to those who wrong ItIn this no woman has 11- 1shareRaflord Pyho In Cosmopolitan A lucky Mines It was owing to an illness that SIr Lawrence Alma Tadema became a pointer lIe was educated with the Intention or making him n lawyer but sickness cut his studies short When conl1ned to hIs bed ho relieved the ten um by making little sketches These showed so much ability that when ho was well nguln he readily obtained his mothers permissiou to devote himself to painting g THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlceaWeek EditlonAI most a a WeeklyIThe rlPOdPDul campaign t over bet the world goes on Jat the same nod It I fall olnea To Iru thie new mat n It u1romltJ And imparthllratithat yonhay to do I toluuk Kdltlonuftaerrlbtor lee tlmrs n year I publIeherspokenaudyoowe nbscrlllionaaequaledoewepnper nod THE Rercntacantoq ITbe TTrJIIM r7 uL To C11 e a Cold in One aLT7LaDp Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A PH on everyYhSeven Million boxes gold m peat 13 months This signature 9 Ic D x 25C Lyons Laxative Syrup absolutelyharmless the kidneys bowels cures con stipation biliousness sick headache otears the complexion and makes the blood pure An remedy for children as well as adults For sklc by J Thos Allen RoslneKy OABTOnXADears thelie Kind You Halt peals Bougdd Blguatarel r Call for ConventIon At a regular meeting of the Repub dean Executive Committee of Ohio county heM at Hartford Ky Jan nary 5 19n3 It was ordered that precinct conventions be held In the va riotls voting precincts of the county on Saturday April 4 J913 ot I p m for the purpose ot electing delegates to attend It dele gated convention to be held at Hartford Ky on Monday April 6 19 3 at I p m for the pur pose of nominating candidates for the offices of 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 salt convention It Is further ordered that the basis of represents lion in said convention shall be one delegate for each twentyfive or lrac lion over twelve votes cast for McKinley In 1900 On this basis the several precincts are entitled to the following representation In said convention vlz 7WestBede 4 Sulphur Springs 6 rlalan 4 Cromwell 8 3NorthSouth Rockport 4 SHorse9EastWest Beaver Dam 6 McHenry 8 Centertown 6 Smallhous 2 7West 4I3BufordBartlett 4 Utllin 3 Ceralvo 2 Point Pleasant 2 Narrows 3 Ralph 4 NlCnorAs OARRASS Chmn- J M DRWRESE Secy TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Luantlr Itromo Uolnlne Tablet AU- llrulll1et refund the 1000lilt lalla to faro r- Y Urovo signature In on each Ian tr 1PI1tiimWIWJSIttJNO ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Rpoelalnttentlon 1Ivrn to rollltUOD8mllla8 abstract Le elm Notary for Ohio eoan- U OlllfO north side pabllesquar- eC E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW IsAllrFlatl UY Will prUre blltrollon in aU tb courts 0- caunttesnndConrloftppeahS tile core USc0etthlolodytlnnk J E DAVIDSON Attorney ut Law llAItTFOJtD Ky Will prattle b0Irofralon In Ohio and nil ola hit fOaoU Sparlsl altenlloo glean to nil bIaces entrusted to his tare- S P ROBY- eI1TTDJ1NEYI1T LI1 lY- YO35SVILLE UENTtJCUY Will prartINhi prolloD la all tb route 01 AppealSpntal OM BARNETT ATTORNEY At LlwHARTFORD KY Wlllpractlrhlaprohwlon In aU tblOarrol- i II adlulnhg tJjl0 all be lueN to hl ran CoIlUIlD aperlnltrE NEA- LAttorney r ut Law HARTFORD KY Will practice him profession to all the lOarb o Kentucky Sprlnl attention tnn to collection ttlmrolof dnnleats estatMrmtd rasrs cep efltulaal hearth 1510 awtalrw UrtmD block J S R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELlOR at uw HARTFORD KY- will prsetlehie prolIon In aU the court o Ohio sad ndiolning muatlce and the tilt of Apo pal iroept UrnUoa siren to all baln- Dtraotfd to hIm One o1Center IItl R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD Ky- wm praetlee blproltna In theconrts of Oh- lasduUolntageounUN o Also Nntarylsblle- M 1llaAf111N KnsusrWOOD WAR- AHEAVRiN WOODWARDI cQ elzllATrnan KY- tTIIl I prartirs their prnlelo lit all tIlnllOhio county and rodrt of AlislL Mi c clad attention given criminAl prattles and mlhrtruss IImfO nut drto linn olllllrUord W H BARNES Attorney at Law ANUCOL TTATTOnSII- TItaurioaaKr will praetlre III prollou In11 lb Court of Ohio andadiulningcouatlwaad In tbe Court of Appeal Strict attention elllbe give luau bln nlroW to bl faro tolkwUou a- gwdsity Omrolnroertho u 160000 Wrln vrDzr 8 Ohio County gAttorncyOwenboroAndenoatierk rowan IlolbrookMesterCum- mtuloer OULllteDTrnt4ItJDrlFaadICa 1 Keowo ShaIO Hartford Uputy SheetsJ O KeownClsrenee Kuwn Jo 11 Itobert n I- Ueyd Fl14ftveM WCuurteuurer ant Mo- udiq to ilnreb nail August and continua three is- weka u d third Monday in Star and Notmber two week Count ConrbJ P Miller ndgel MLing a nDdClertl W II Raines Attonvy Hartford ti trCoart ODYeD ant 1100dJ 10 Ilth rI1CoartlIeRl oath third loDdlllfJuly October nad January IQuart UnlmsCborena ant 110DlnID Jnl alter second Monday in October omroJ IL wood surveyor Cerslvo- Frank law Asaaor Sleds James IIRwNl- tehonl Superlotendentllartford lien IhTlCoroner Nnlphu Sprlags 7uaUC Court ll lIudoD heaver namebruar1 II NJ + 18 August 31 November 30 OfO W Martin IlnletowaFebruary 121IJ U August 20 November 12 Iso IfOrsham SarrowFbralrl iI May 2 August h November IS T A Rvnu FordulilJaaunry 11111111 Aced 27 November 6 J AltlekellufordFbfuary7 My 9Lug- ust 12 November 7 W A 1I0DcatlrtownbranrT t IIOJII August 34NutemberP D1 Wilcox lIotkportFbruar U Mara Awgust 2s Xovembr ltySartrord2c te Court Jno II Wilson Judg J S it1V44ing Dty 1 Attorney n r 1arb Marshal Court wa i- YeU fOnd londll1ln each naonlb SiISSota CrrLc- M Ti Cbarcb RouthSeneca third Sunday to each month at 11 a m and T p m and South sendey at 71 m Irnyer meeting 1 WednN day cratag ltey J C1tr1el41torl- JalUet CbarchSrtler held oDd auadar la each moth at 11 II m sad 7 p m Irarrr meet logvry Thandy evening- t C I Churchearner Sent Sunday la mouth nt 11 n m and 7 plO leer J U liarined pastor School TrusteesIlnrtfordJas 1MUlrr15 Odeon R T KItD U N llockrr J II R ear on Jon C Miley Town TrailersA Dblte J F Warner J 11 JIIUOD W O lIrdwlotlI J OertCocaota-f WlIICIA O U W mte lint and nightsIartford Lodge No m F A A Masons ant MondayalahthNrhmooth Sough 1UYtrlnd So1I0lnlllbtaol lylhta- mwtUTtry Tawday IIIt1bttlrwlon Morton rat So 4 O A R hold reg- nlarmwUogSaturdybeforeOntaudyIseach monthAlimembnof threpettlrlodgaanloTttd attend All ousting 60 L YEARSI TAOL MAMa Dtaltucs- CopymGKTa Ac Anrocundtnaaaklchanddesalp4yq ma9 otentat as 1rntfulbbl tCfl AtJ NA c pa- nkw mbs YI la iW7waa fees fife mericalleA- somtyatutrtcdws4ru Tseen 1- M t nNirrCo3tl rless auhtnsfd fi FAR BEYOND I i OUR EXPECTATION tf 1 + Was our trade for 1902 which closed a few days since represent Yenj hides and Seeds in twelve months reaching the enormous sum of 4taOOoooOO for 1903a 1 Our branch house at this point will occupy a very Important j lace in assisting us in reaching this amount of business as weythave received several enl loads of Implements and Vehicles and tt more on troad which were bought right and will beisold right Now is the time for breaking Plows 4 t The Old Olivar Chill I t Cannot be downed and were headquarters for them A complete line of the best Field Seeds that can be bought constantly on hand tThe Old Reliable Studebaker Wagon i r 4 on top and on which we can make you correct rises Best Fencing Wire 8220 Get our prices and get our goodsTThanking otr many fr1onde for the big trade they have given j t us the past year and trusting wp will merit a portion of your J Y valued patronage for the year we be to remain Yours for Business t TJTURLEYQACOe M Y Aa zx1 s1j