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I rC II r Ii S 0 THE RARTHifiD REPUBLiCAN H umw I fine Job Work a Specialty OFfICIAL QUAN OF THE pun II TBE FoulmlcoNoiEmoNALDISTRlcr SUbscription 1 a year IJ VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 201903 No3l II IrIUFS AT STAlE tlmlel man will ta1c usy IWHEN escape The tender rope down the precipice the aIrp over the aliyu anything that ance of 1e1 eagerly snatch end ttle wan leeks ls safety lIe cares nothing for the means to that ene- lTbere are thou sands of men and women whose lives are who arc hindered from accepting the one means safety foolish prejudiceIioctor Pierces Gohlen Mediad Discovery baa the means of restoring health to inca and woulmwhO hot low cough bleed big lungs ems and weak fleas teemed to warrant the state localpbrlclansTberela no cure tosalbleN Why shoiltel prejudice agatust a medicine you from trying what las cured thousands of suffering men and women Only for Dr p1ecti Golden Midical DI cover 1 think I wout4 II In my gte to4ay- wIte Mr Moel Illes of JlIIIIrd Vial Co WouIng I hid isthmi 110 tid I could Dot heel at nlllht and wi compeUtd to give up work Jt atlccted mlunx so that I coujhI- an the tbue both day nd llehl I frUnd all thought I hd wire hd ten Jr Pterets Pavohe Preeiiptn sad It tflytagt r did I hye taken our bottk and sin now a- tU mn weighing I S 1nd tlunu to Dr- 1Iervts CulMu M The sole motive or substitution II to permit the dealer to make the little more profit paid by Ute tale or less ulerltodous- lIIedlclneJ lIe gains you lose d Stop That Cough Cure That Hoarseness Relieve That Tlgblnm Dont puiTcewbonthero Is no nMt that on- ibould Jol It tako uirtlieln to rrlteve or cure yonr troubl ho suro that ou take tllal whIch Will do the work All these ungh CiIhs lkxwencisa 80M Throat Dtekblnga suit In tact any lllOlIebl1 tronbhe that you mal h rtUIt4 from cuatIon-r the Pluta Irucloo Ui- oDrOLtos Spruce Gum Balsam OUMfltoOd to Cure ThIs tAl ono of the most remarkaUo oombh actIon ot rumiIlat ICQto that hu ever- J hsioffrrr4tOthePeOphoftflt hiaarputa Iton IIOOOnd to none known tomedical edonoo PRICE 26 AND bO CENTS AU Oowrhs ant Colda are csusr4 bT eo- nptton Your Uver I not acting rtsbi Nature Wstntn5 mould have attention Tak- oBrCarlstedts German Liver Powder tIt Is always lresh Which win rotleve at once anti a cure It upertencccdIprveetathet preYrata dOCIO4 bIlk Do not oma- r an IDr Oarlatedt German LIver Pow drwttt curooD It Ii pore1vvetabheaM nail c11roU no3 11111 It thoLiver MMIcthe that eufflO Do not toke any other Bold In loOtll DISCI and 8100 each Sold by aU- DIOIIIln Mtxtletns THE IEEIOANAflMAOAL Co Sole Prortetore EVAJIIYtLL- 5IDIAALIPPINCOITS i1 MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY The Best In Current Uisralor 12 COMPLtTE Novus YEARLY MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 250 pcn YEAR 2GclsA COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES SVCRY NUMR COMPLETE IN ITUIY IzII R H S I Silberman I BrosL9rIsatFur House IaAatuIoa Branch All OnrEuropIl- hiliest cub prleellei n kIo4s- of raw tori glpmat until you rst c1f price lilt 4riUI VemaIIittrce- SILSERMAN WrlUI 81205l- Zltol2SMhcbIganSL ChlcaarolIII For ConklIpatlonT- akOLDflA LIftIIcOKWIflWeaI rem r 01 I per tLcJf llIcelo laarmheaaudcfsICtZtUntalictiT THE GREAT MEDICINEt Tliodlonls Bhiek Drauglit has saved doctora bills moro than For tho COUUDon flim UonfI plaints chills Md foyer blUolll nose nood4ches and other like complaints no other medIcine Is necessary It Invigorates and ulatea the digestIon stimulates action olothe purifies the blood BlId the boa of foul aocumulAllonl It Cur liver complaint Indlptloo B rheumatic back ache troutlee conil IO dlAlTb biIiouiou piles hard mdroBIovr c p rbl tll lbnniOIfC inc mo tW oop l1 CoIl1pAf fIbelieve TheMordl flladDsught I a the but medicine on urtb It Is goOd for any and everything I haVe i a family of children and for I four years I hays them on toot and with no doctor but Duck Draught A J GREeN Iflawais La I I ROOSEVELT IN LETTER SCORES RACE SUICIDE lie Says Menand Women Who AvoId MarrIage and Children Commit Crime Against Mankind New Book by Two Women Who Became Factory Hands ttacks Amer Ican Girls TOO SELFISH TO MARRY AND RAISE BABIES Rate of Motherhood Amonr Native Women of AmerIca the Lowest In the World President Roosevelt reiterates the vehement protest made by the authors o The Woman Who Toils that the love of luxury and frIvolity la ex- haustlalr the vitality ofthe American race says the New Yt3rk World The book will be published by Doubleday Page Co of this city The au thor are Mrs John van Vorlt and Mlsa Marie van Vorst A portion or the book appeared serially under the same title In Everybodys Magazine The authors became factory girls temporarily to obtain material for the bok and also In the hope ol amelI loratlng the condition of the toilers As a priface to the Look la printed this letter from President Roosevelt written after reading chapter 3 hen published serially White House Washington Oct rS 29oMy dear Mrs Van Vorat- I must write you a line to say how much t have appreciated your article The Womia Who Tolls But to nic there Is alDGIt melancholy aide to ItI when yuu touch upon what Is fonda mentally Infinitely more Important than say other questios la this counI trythat Ita the question or race suicide cotuplete or partial An euy goodl1atured klRdllI RecA nd a desire to be Independent that Is to live ones life purely ac cording to ones owe del Irearc moo sense substitutes for the fundamental virtues for the practice of strong so cia qualities without which there can be no strong raeethe qualities of courage and resolution In both mea and women of scorn owhat Is mean hue and selfiab of eager desire to work or fight or suner u the case may be provided the end to be gala ed Is great enough and the contemptuous putting aside of mere ease mere vapid pleasure mere avoidance of toil anrl worry I do not know whether I must pity or must despise the foolish and ielfiah mill or woman who does not understand that the only things real ly wOltb having In tile are those the acquirement of Vblch normally means coat udefiort II a man or woman through no aol of his or hers goes thrrngb life denied those highest of- all Joys which spring only from home iUCc from the having and bringing up many healthy children I feel for them deep and respectful sympathy the sympathy one extends to the gal lant fellow killed at the beginning of a cimpaign or the man who tolls hard and Is brought to ruin by the fault of others uBltt the matt or woman who deliberately avoids marriage nod has a heart so cold as to know no passion and a brain so shallow and selfillh ta to dislike having children Is In effect a criminal gaust the rice and should be an olject of contemptuous abhorrence by all healthy people 01 course no one quality makes a gool citizen and no one quality wilt save a nation But there are certain great qualities or the lack tif which no amount of Intellectual brlllJancy or of material prosperity or of easiness of life can atone and which show as much if they are produced by sellishness and coldness and ease loving lzlttes among comparatively poor people II II they are produced by vicious or Irivolouse luxury In the rich Ithe men of the nation are not anxlouto drkin many diffEeut Ways with all their might nod strength and ready and able to fight at need and anxious to be fathers Of- famihiei and If the women do not rec- gpize that thegreatestthlngfor any- womail I tobe goodjdle and moth erl why that natIon baa cause tGllJcI alnrined about its fqture IThere Is no physical trouble Americans The trouble Qneloconquer we ly yoursTheodote Roosevelt Bip Van Winkles Slumbers Mr Joseph Jeffera n oOce played Rip Van Winkle In a Western town lu a hotel where he stAyed says Short Stories was an Irishman who acted as porter and general assistant Judged by the Interest betook In the house he might have been clerk lessee and proprietor roll ed Into one At about six oclock In the morn- Ing Mr Jcnerson was startled by n violent thumping nt his door When he struggled Into consciousness and realized that he had left no word nt the office to be called he was Indignant Ills sleep was spoiled or that morning so he arose and soon appeared before the clerk hehere I he demanded Why was I called at this unearthly hour hI dont known sir answered the clerk Ill ask Mike lIe summoned the Irlthman and said to him Mike there was no call for Mr Jeflraon Why did you disturb him- Taking the clerk to one side the Irishman said In a whisper Ue was slinorin like a horse sor and OLd heard the bys say he were oncet aHhrr shleepln twlnty rearsISo I rays to myself says 01 Mike Its acooIDln unto him agln and Its yerjuty to glt the mAn out o rerIhouse this Instant II INSANE WQMAN Kills Her Daughter and TrIes to Kill lIer Baby and Herself St Charles Mo Feb 16WordI has been received here that In a fit of mental aberration Mrs Henry Gable mann wIfe of a farmer living two muleafroni the village of New Mall shot and killed her sixyearold daughter made an ineilectual attempt to kill her Infant child and was later found wandering around lu a dazed condition Guhlemann was absent coin home During the day the mother wlote In a book her Intention to kill the children c and herself with a butcher knIfe and pistol Evidence ahows she took the weap- onS to bed with her Wheu the children were asleep she shot the elderI child dead Apparently shead thenI tried to end the babys life but the cartridges Jailed to explode The woman apparently forgot the butcher knife and leaving the infant unharin- ad ran out doors where her husband round her wandering around aimlessly The woman was taken Into cus tody lIer husband says she Is Insane u A Mothors Rocommondation I have used Chamberlains Cougha Remedy for a number of years ando have no hesitancy In saying that It lathe best remedy for coughs coMa and croup I have ever used In my family I have not words to express my confidence In this remedyMrs J AsMoore NOlth Star Mlcb For sale by aU rugglsts to Murder atEarllngtonfa- disoflville Feb 16 James Mer riweather and Jlmea Smith both col ored engaged In a shooting bee InI the coat mines at Eiillngton In which Smith shot and Instantly killed Merlrlwether The trouble arose mule They were both drivers In the Imlnes and sme one bit the xnulr Smith was driving and he learned It was Merrlwelither and when they met Smith drew a revolver and shot him Tordency of tho Times The tendency of medical science la toward preventive measures The best thought or the world Is being given the subject It Is easier and better to prevent than to cute It- baa been fully demonsitated that pneumonia one of the most danger 003 diseases that medical men have to contend with can be prevented by the use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Pneumonia always results from a cold or IrQtu an attack of In fluenza grIp and It has been observ ed that this remedy counteracts any tendency of these diseases toward pneumonia This has been fully prevented lu many thousands of CAses In which this remedy has been used during the great prevalence of colds and grip In recent years and can be relied upon with ImpUclt confidence Pneumonia often results from n slight cold when no danger Is npprehendcd until it Is suddenly discovered that there Is fever and difficulty In breath- Ing and pains In the chest then It Is announced the patient has pneumonia Be on the sale side and take Chain berlaln s Cough Remedy as soon au the cold Is contracted It always cures lor salebjnll druggists to Nasal CATARRHSIn all lii PtMSP thitS Js- boal4 be dOltllllloe KiElys Cress Ilalne bealtI tS u Cream Dalai Iplaerd Into the noatrihi apruih over the memblllDo sad II absorbed IteUdilsIn mediate and a cure tollow It Is act dzytagdoes not pro1nce neeIng Large Sizo GO cents at Drug tau or by mall I Trial SLe to ccntabl mdl- t ELY DIWTUXItS GO Wurea Sired NelT York i r IF IIED WON THE MONEY RaceTrack Follower Teilsa Story About a Lucky Gambler In l Louisville PoolRoom WhIch Doesnt Sound RIght The New York Telegram prints the following dream about a winner In a IoulsvUle poolroom Several of the stories told were very good Then the conversation drifted around to the races and It was left to the layer of odds to spIn the best yarn of the bunch Its a great game and a mighty Interesting one said the handler of chalk and of course lots of times the books have an ace In the hole but some one has to lose and we do quite often Did lever go broke Only once and that was when I was playing el1 on the ground and attempting to do the guessing A lucky hunch pulled me out and since then I have let the other fellows do the pickingno mere for toe Our folks are aU Kentuckians and the Falls City which k my home Is the Mecca of aU pikers The poolrooms there do a thriving business winter and summer and aU you hear la horse talk the year around I used to play them occasI onally there on good Information when home and one winter snerI non several years ago I never shall forget hThatday I was the recipient of two good things by wire from the New Orleans track that could not beI beaten with a sledgehammer but they were Just nosed out by 20 and 30 to I shots respectively To even up I guessed twice more on a couple of nags that were bred In the purple nnd could get over the ground like a Marcoul message They didnt how vcr and I left the Turf Exchange on Third street 800 On the wrong side of the sheettNow as any of you know whoI have ever been In Louisville and remember names on the southwest corI of Third and Market streets anJ easy atOnes thrown from the poolIroom la located the Henry Company and two doors further westt on Market street la Troxlers shoe store Even at the present day two large sings consplct pattbe casual passerby attest that these firms are lUll in business Now as I stood on the cornert waiting to take a car home these two signs struck me very forcibly as being n excellent hunch and I made anther break for shelter Before I left the dope factory I had noticed that Henry of Prnnstamar was quoted at 6I to I In the next race at New OrleansI and Jockey Troxler rode TlburomI to start In the second race atI Sin Praxcisco at Is to I tTo make a long story short gene tlemen with the 30 I had left I bought a combination on these two horaes and cashed 27oo after fifteen minutes of suspense Since then I prefer to see them on their native heathno more longdlatance guess ug for me The above story might sound all- ight In New York buUhose famIlig with the sItuation here Jnow that anyone who dared to try to win 2 700 from a LouisvIlle pOolroom wouM be arrested on the spotLouisville Post Buy It Now Do not walt until you or some of your family are sick nigh unto death and then send for ChAmberlains conc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy but buy It now and be prepared for an emergency It Is the one remedy that can always be depended upon In tbe most severe and dangerous cases For sale by an druggists to OAS1ORAewthe ThKIidYouHareAiwrnEeseJ BlurlThe Uttlfleld Bm The Llttldield antitrust bill passed the house of representatives on Saturday by the unanimous vote of thelmembers present The ron can 245 reas and not a single nay Re pubtleaus and Demoorats alike wereJ sotld for the mtasureINothing like this bas been seen in congress since the opening days of the Spanish war when there wasI similar unanimity In passing tho bill placing fifty million dollars In the hands of President McXlnly for the national defense and In the vote oq- tlae resolution declaring that a state of war existed with Spain The salient feature 01 the Littlefield bill Is the provision for publicity The following Is a brief synopslsol to provisions Corporations hereafter organized mast file returns with the iutertate Commerce Commission for pubUca- tlon The Interstate Commerce Commi- asionmay demand an accounting from corporations now In existence Corporations laJllrigto file public reports will be restrained front engag lug In Interstate commerce Penalties are prescribed for false re turns CorporAtions that offer rebate will be denied the instrumeutalitien of In tersttte commerce Refusal to testify before the commission Is purlshnble with a 5oco flue Testimony shan not be used against witnesses Carries are pohibitcd from trans porting articles made In violation of the Sherman IIC- tCorporations must disclose the names of constituent companies United States circuit courto are In vested with Jurisdiction to prevent acti by violations or the bllT are authorized to file suits The bill now Os to the senate What will that body do with It Only a few days ago It passed the Itikins rebate bill and It was then deemed that this WAS liS far as the up per house Is willing to go at this time In the antitrust mAtter But the senate has another guess coming The passage of the Llttlelield bill by an unanimous vote may wen cause some of the senators to revise their views rs to how far they will go Moreover the President has Intimated that unless antitrust legislation reasonably satisfactory to the admin prcsIentsummon the FIIIelght congrtss lu extra session to legislate on the sub- Ject The feature of the Littlefield bill most objected to by trusts and combi nations Is that which compels public Ity It Is this which will be most fiercely assailed It Is stated that the Standard Oil Company by Its President John D Rockefeller has taken a hand In the fight The story goes that nt least six telegrAms signed by Mr Rockefeller have been received by prominent senators declaring that anticorporation legislation must be stopped and nnnounclng that an at torney of the Standard would speedily arrive He came on schedule time but received so chilly n reception that took wise advice and riturned to New York very quickly The exact wording of the Rockefel cr telegrams Is not made public but the threat Is made by some of the re cipients that If n strong fight Is pre clpltated In the senate to stangle anti corporation legiBlation these dispatches will be read on the floor The President Is In deadly earnest In this matter and believes he has the majority sentiment of the people with him The Indications therefore are that there will become excItIng times In the scnate when the Ltttlcfield bm comes up Probably It will be amended to come degree but If It be emasculated by amendment the Pres- Ident wilt convene congress In extra session and Insist on radical action Toledo Blade K Get Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets for biliousness and cut out calomel and other drastic drugs A months trentment25 dosesfor 25c J H Williams to CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Hays Always Bought nears thedSignature of STEEL SAWS- EfforttoSmuggleThem to Claude OBrIen the Youthful Lex lngton Murderer Lexington Ky Pebl 16Claude- ODrlen the boy murderer ofA D- Chlun who Is In the shadow of the gallows has been planning to escape and but for the vigilance of JaIler Wallace might have succeeded A bundle of papers was received for OBrien which when opened was und to cuntaln eleven steel saws A etter which purported to have been written by his mother contained In ttuctious for OBrieun course when free from Jail- OBrleu was to have been hanged ast Friday but an appeal was taken on his case and al1tayol executllI granted pending the action of the higher court RainyDay Story A man left his umbrella In the stand in a hotel recently with a card bearing the following inscriptionh This umbrella belqngs to a man wllo can deal a blow of ao pounds weight I shall be back In ten zulu utes On returning to seek his property- he band In Its place a card thus Inscribed This card was left here by a wen who can run twelve tUlles au hour I wilt not be backThe Ledger Monthly Rheumatism troubUng you Nuth Ing better for rheumatic pains tUn Joints and sore muscles that Ramona Nerve and Bone Oil 25 cents J lI William DURELLE LEADS Mr Barnett Says He has Best Chance to Land Judgeship Mr C M l3arnett Surveyor of the Port returned yesterday from Washington Mr Barnett was successful In retaining II F Trautznau as post waster at Shepherdsvllle Trautman had been charged with using Government envelopes for private business The authorities were satisfied that the violation of the regulations was due to an error Mr Barnett called on President Roosevelt and had a talk with him In regard to the Federal Judgeship which theKentneky contingent Is trying to land It looks like the Ohio people are split between Richards and Thomp son said Mr Barnett and if they dont soon agree the President Is expected to turn to Kentucky Judge DuRelle Is Indorsed by Represents tlves Irwin and Moss and by Senator Dtboe The only other Republican In Congress Mr Borelng has In dorsed IIi Wilson but he really pre ers Cochran I believe II It comes to Kentucky Judge DuRelle seems to have the best chance One of the three will certainly get the place it any Kentuckian doesCourler Journal The scratch ofa pin may cause the toss of q limb or even death when blood poison results from the Injury All danger of this may be avoided however by promptly applying ChamberlIns Pain Balm It Is an antiseptic and unequalled as a quick healing liniment for cuts bruises and burns For sale by all druggists m RaisIng Cow Peas I see lu the GlobeDemocrat that a writer wishes to know the best way to raise cow peas I have raised cow rem for several years and have con siderable experience In the cultivation of peas for feed and for the pea My experience In raising peas to get the best results tO land and a paying crop to the farmer Is to break the land not too deep and harrow well drill the peas so or I2 inches apart riot less than one bushel to the acre When the most of the peas are ripe turn hogs on them When hogs have got most of the peas turn cattle and other stock on this puts the land la good fix for corn Or put In peas ali above and when most of the peas are ripe cut with n machine and care or the peas as for hay Stack well have them threshed and have the hay baled and you wIll have better hay and the peas left which will be rood teed for Ihorses and hogs They are good for chickens In the winter you will get more eggs and your chIckens will do well My experience In plant Ing peas In corn Is the better the corn the less peas you will have The best way I know to save the peas Iii corn Is to gather the corn and turn Id the stock put the hogs In first aWe tony get too much peas If they ge all the peas they will catI J Reeder McLeansburg Ill Recovered Speech and Hearing Messls Ely BrosI commenced using your Cream Balm about twO years ago for catarrh My voice waS somewhat thick and my hearing waS dull My hearing has been fully re stored and my speech has becom quite clear I am a teacher In our tovn I4G Brown Granger O The Balm does not IrrItate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 5O eta or mailed by Ely brothers 56 Warren St New York Keep It In Your Home And when the bowels fall to act prop erly tAke B dose ofPLvons IAXArlV- BSYRUPIt acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system In good working order and make your complexion clear For sale byJ ThosAUen RoslneKy ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY uiconrouATao Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own tines and be In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable tent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expense If you say so We connect with aU Iu partlcularaHartford Ky ALFRED HUDSON BUlhDHR CONTRACTOR IIRrUord JLy CODtrllctcontract MEMBER ILLINOIS ASSEMBLY AFFLICTED WiTh CATARRH OPTHB THROATAND LUNGS CURED BY PERUNA t r rr o s 301m 1 FURLONG rrembei FON the ThIrtyfifth General Aa of tho State of IWnoJc writes of Poruna II follows s l353 Osgood StChIelgoj XII The Peruna Modicina Co Columbus 0 0- OentlemeiJ1 can sAfely reco ommend Peruns ss s remedy that will cure sllcstsrrhsl troubles It was 01 great benefIt to me BS- It cured me olciltsrrh Qlthe throatm and Lungs permanently very short tIme IIBm glad t0 b add my endorsement to that oi- otbers JOHN J FURLONG Cure Ma4 by Punna Cure aryApatlent credbyPonna bBoo4 liable to cstarrh than IZ he bad d lildIt i Cured of Canhof the BnUnITItftDo MrWlWammood em YU1 Aynn4 notol Louisville Ky illlE Tofrlr runa haS Complethl bo distressing disease CtatrhWJi1cJaflT footed ray hOld nose broneb1a1 tuboa sad in fact my whole iite I MURDER FOLLOWS TENNESSEE WEDDING Wan Who Assisted at Mmitt Shot by Some UnkioWD Party Jackson TeRn Feb I4Tbls at- ternoon at 3 oclock Oliver IDUdebach and Miss Lucy Hudgins daughter of an expoUceman were marrledJ BU derbach has been here only a short time running a restaurant An hour alter the marriage he was arrested onba warrant sworn out the cfatherbigamist and Was placed In Jailsp About Io4o oclock tbhihL ha taw student from ochtei N J at the Southwest rn Bapdst U1IIr- alty was caned td the door of blIboardinghouse slid shot through the head dylnginstantl tt Is believed that a friend of BUderbllch brldt shot McCaw who was believed tO have had a hand In bringing about the wedding There Is great excite meat at JackSOn alid much feelIng against boUt BUderback and flud- gilis lC ca 10DIABuiith H rs t rotYOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAlC INO When you tate OraTe Teatche Chin Toale be can the tormuha I plainly prtuted on ever bo Ie showlag that It Ii simpLy Iron and QullllnID a tuteleu torn No Cure No ray SIc p S Lyons Laxative Syrup sa preparation ubsoltitC- lharmlessin Its effect It acts gently on bowels cures con ttlpatioiilihiousncss sick headachesclears complexion and blood pure An Ideal remedy for child rca as as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RosineKy S A Noble Wife A bankrupt merchant tettlhzCd home one night Sudatd tohiIeMydear I am ruined everything r we have Is In the handS Of thl sheriff Aner a Cew moments of sUcaee thbfwile tooked calmly Into his face said Will the sherlflsell you Will Oh noltOhnoiiWitt the chlldr lit oh nOlatTh n no SL1 erything AUthllt Iii ribs va1 1ab1 t remains to usmaribood wOP1ah S hoOd childhOod We have lOst afly Jby tSpsUt1SL1F-or nine yeArs I bought overythln that was advertised II a sure cure for mYi complaInt but tfao happened that I did not buyPoruna unUlD1no months ago IIAfter using your splcndld remedy sO- ording to your directions I am today a rOll man I find Portion to bo tho groat eat family medlclno ever discovered t hall always keep ii botUo of It on hand I ct candIdly state that had It not for Peruna I would havo given up y position being too weak to do my work For eighteen years lifo was a- urdenMr WillIAm Flood t Congressman A Darham of Santa RosA Call1omIA wrltelt I At the solicitation a friend I used our Portina and can cheerfully recom mend It as an oxcoUent remedy for nfl catarrhal troubles It Is Indeed a won- ortul medblno4 A Darbam I It you do not derlvo prompt and RUg htort tonUs from the use of P rcmA- frrlte at onao to Dr Hartman glvtaga- tun statement of your case and lie t1I1 b1I I11eoAddress Dr Hartman Proaidet ot The IIarlmaa SlU1ltarlum Co1uai nu 1 our hearts and hands arc left us Can we wOnder that encouraged by sach a wife bets oti the road tO fO- rtune again I TOCURE A COLD IN ONE DAY AlldrngglotsW OrOvVe Iguature loon each box CS 5 MarrIed Belles That wives should constantly endeavor to cultivate social graces and render themselves as fascinating as possible I hold to be their sacred duty but beauty should be preserved and accomplishments perfected to ind their hpsbands hearts more- losely to make their homes more- ttzetlve Instead of being constantly araded before the world for the unholy purpose of securing the atten ions and adulation of other gutle I I CAsorronA JSerItBpkr01 ATTENTION Whn In Owenaboro call on Wm eobIOR dealer la pure straight WhIakIe Apple and each IliandiM Alf lIt Think Fetir Brewing o Jug order wIU receive prompt dWDtlOO- Tb bet tOO Whlkey ha the State Wm CUSHION Owensboro ho Yotl Want this Gold We are going to give n nice now TenDollar Gold pie e- to the Correspondent of THE REPUBLICAN who sends us tho largest club of yearly sub before noon of Mon day April 5 Renewals count tho same as now subscriptions when paid up one ycnrJn ad vance A big prize for n lit tIe work and ono of our cor respondon is going to got it Why not you We could got clubs by having the of open to everybody but we limit it to our correspond nt bocausO we want to show that we appreciate their work fQr TIrE REPUBLICAN Send in names and moneys rapidly ns you receiVe horn mid every subscriptions in will be credited to our club account Begin ONCE I Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic Mi1lionbo I EdOecI with every bottle It a Te Cent package of QoveS Black Root Uver Pills ff 1 t tI 7 iLj v = 0 M Hartford Republican lined by the Hartford PobltshlngiCompanjr ixoonronlTED JOhN HENRY Tl OMASEdllor =c =tttOt cC O=colanMMM3430uCh 3SVM FRIDAY FEBRUARY 20 Raleiot AdrerUilnfr ntTriLbjIentt rtlonZOc per Inch each additional Inwrtlon Special nttei on jearlr contract erLocalline each additional Insertion Card of thanks resolutions and obituaries 10 cent a line Cash In advance ASSOCNCEMEKTS For fUntl Hel1ntor ffo are nutborlied to announce ZION A S M a candidate for State Senator tofromthe action of the Republican Wo are anthorlicdto announce 8L STEVENS State Senator from theSev118 a candidate tor j to the action enOi B natorlnl District subject the Republican partY- y0areanthorIzod to announce D BAKEH rnfltOADSthe Seventh Senatorial district r action of the Republican party for circuit Com Clerk to announce FLBANDE rtTURsubject to the action of the E O DAR Wince authorized to nnnonnw BARS as a candlduU for Clerk Ohio Clrc ltCourt anbjuet to the action ol the Republican party For Bfprcmenlnllvc We are authorised to announce DR A D PARKoa a candidate for ReprwefltatKe from Ohio county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce GEORGE BAKER as a candidate for Reprceentotlre from OhIo county inbjcct to the action of the Repub lican party I BYTHEWAV have you been flinched 1 ICPOPE25th anniversary of his pontificate today WnEBE is the individual who hi been singing IIIn the Good Old Sun- BCT Time TIm beautiful snow has kindly thrown the mantle of charity over Hartfords streets WE are extremely gratified to be able to tell our readers that the Statehood Bill will or will not become a law this session of Congress W J BRYAN has received as royal ties 34000 from the publication of his first book and yet he is the prince ofcalamity howlers from way up the gulch IF the bad weather succeeds in cut ting ofl communication with Vene zuela for a few days it will be a grei relief to the muchly bored reading public W B HEARST a New York journalist of some note has been selected by W J Bryan to carry tho tattered ensign of Democracy in the next Nationalcampaign JOHN K HENDIUCKS opened his forlorn hope at Georgetown and Gripps Beckham delivered a cute lit tle declamation at Mt Sterling Mon day and the thermometer went way down1 ToE State Militia of the difFeren- tiates t are to be armed with new KragI rifles and placed on a regular footing With the standing army Those avail able for emergency seivice number about 115000 THE introduction of voting ma chines is being strongly advocated by the press of Indiana but so far nobody has had the gall to suggest the adoption of the infamous Ken tucky brand of counting machines I WILL some one kindly drop in f at the Herald office and explain to Hobo the difference between IIshatlt collect and shall be paid lo It might be emphasized with a buggy spoke Perhaps it would be more impressive FOR the first time in seventeen years tbe Herald this week failed to reach its outoftown readers promptly after publication The conditionaby of the roads has traffic oir tallried on foot to Beaver Dam Oldl citizens claim that the roads of theI county are worse than they have everI seen themf1IT is a singular fact that though within a year of the nominating con vention there is not a prominent possibility as a Democratic Presiden tial candidate Judge Allen Bm Parker of New York is most prom of inently mentioned for that compliment but just why nobody seems to in know as be is practically unknown to national politics Tim surplus accumulation of mon ey in the treasury amounts to nearlyp 85000000 per month It is ed that it will pass the 860000000 mark during the current year and Btill now and then you come across a crude specimen of a politicalage siRepublicanto guide the old ship of State of TIlE United States now has in a course of construction nine battle all ships six armoured cruisers nine pro c tected cruisers two monitors four torpedo boat destroyers six topedo at boats and six submarine torpedo 4s L boats At the present ratio of iii crease in the construction of war vea sols we will eventually have the greatest navy afloat and the need is only too imperative IK making up the budget for Ute current year the French Chamber of Deputies tacked on a little item of 240000 for wino to bo used in the army its advocates claiming that soldiers showed more endurance when given wine in moderation than when compelled to drinkwater THE next meeting of tho National Educational Association will be held in Boston Mass Thi affords an excellent opportunity to teachers to visit the many places of historic interest in tho East stud t sojourn in this celebrated metropolis of culture and refinement Tim unspeakable Turk IS about too begin another struggle for his tenth century civilization with tho Russian Bear in the Bealkan peninsula The Turk has long been a blight to European Civilization and if given a free hand Russia will surely compel hit to gather up his rude barbaric costumes and cross theDardanelles never again to molest Europe with his mer ciless religion and his savage cruelties IN the strenuous commercial ago in which we are now living the Ret richquick scheme is coming in for it share of tho spoils There are num berless people who cannot resist the voice of the tempter and the glitter ing dream of wealth and they easily fall victims to their own stupidity Honesty of purpose and integrity a personality in the business worldi would go far towards eradicating the prolessionalswindler A department of Commerce and Congresslyou will henceforth be a member af the Presidents official family instead of his private secretary He has risen step by step from the humble place of stenographer to his present distinguished position He is pronounc edly American and is a fine living illustration of the truth that fortune can beconqueredby the careful ex ercise of the virtues of selfdenial Ie1fhelpuninformly courteous demeanor No man could have been called to the new portfolio whose appointment would have met with more universal approbation itWE appreciate the eflort of the Hartford Herald to support us in our defense of our town marshal in his ef forts to protect our citizens against ruffianism and we regret that we can not conscientiously support its to eulogize Mr Fosters efficiency in lighting our streets Perhaps Mr Foster is cautious enough to keep the street lamps in the neighborhood of the town trustees upon whom th payment of his salary dependsprop erly lighted but in East Hartford where the editor of this paper lives the street lamps are lighted abou- once a week and it can not be argued that the residents of this particular district are not entitled to some consideration Here lives the County Court Clerk the County Judge the President of the First National Bank and other citizens not less worthy of corporate benefits We shall be pleased to give our lighter of street lamps proper credit when hili efforts deserve it CHURCH AND LODGE Many churchmen oppose secret societies against which their most plausible argument is that they make their members clannish by requiring to give aid assistance anti sympathy first to their fellowlodge men t thus violating that broad rule of Christian charity stated in Love thy neighbor as thyself It is theoretically true that in a christian com munity a citizen gains nothing unI less the social features be considered joining a lodge Christian duty supplying all those splendid obliga taken by the lodgemen upont is initiation into a secret society practicallyand we say it sota rowfully the lodgeman is assured t the hands of his secret order of some chrjstian benefits which his church is by no means sure to grant We have in mind attention to the ick The lodges with which we are fa- aand we are a member of some themeach have a Sick Committee whose duty it is to give attention case of the sickness of a member br a bis family Only a few days ago a i Hartford lodge sent one of its mew bers to an adjoining couny to visit aeck brother If our churches disc layed similar instances of the disq pensation of Christian charity there not be fewer empty pews atI theSuuday service The lodgeman feels a sense of security in the fact that in the event of- ckness or distress helms not only e sympathy but the active support his fellow lodgemen Should not Christian expect and rightfully so this at the hands of a Christian 3mmunityiSo long as the nightlong watches the sick bed side are kept by lodge men rather than by churchmen that long will men neglect the church for the lodge room Song sermon and prayer are well in their way but it is the christia- men and women that do things vi win souls for the kindorn of heaven GetRlchNever Concerns The bloom of getrichqulck con cerns in this country within the last twelve months Illustrates anew the truth of the curbstone proverb that ua sucker is born every minute It seems incredible that any number ol people could b found In the world who could see anything but an Ira possibility In the scheme submitted ISfor their consideration For instance you made an Investment of IOO and wire entitled to 3 per cent Interest on aloneoyear C greatest financiers ore glad to receive 4 or 5 per cent interest a year It Is an absurdity on Its face that there could be any sort of legitimate Investment that would pay 152 per cent Yet the very absurdity of the scheme seems to be the element in It that at tracts a certain chsa of people A good years ago a lot of watt I 11monlal associations sprang up all over the country Reputable men were induced to go Into then but as soon as the light of reason was dished up on then they withered and died Some of those who married promptly came out with something to the good but it was easy enough to show that the Investors had to multiply at a rates that would scon have taken in the entire population of the planet to meet the demand and in the long run thousands of biters would be bit ten There Is no royal road to for tobogganfconcerns now being made in Missouri will of course have Its effect everywhere and the sooner the get rich quick frauds are driven out of bus ness the better it will be for all con cerned except a very tewEx SJportnnlty to become a member ot an organlia tlon secret elgna o ponsword s secret code of writing and many fmsdniitlng feat ores Everybody ll Joining For particulars enclose ix tworent tamp anti address Iran Johnson 420 W Mala street IonUrllle Ky and bo will olio sendrou a nice present FJIEE r Land Sales for Taxes By virtue of taxes due me as Sher IS of Ohio county Ky I will on Monday the 2nd day of March 19 13 expose to public sale at the court house door in Hartford Ky the following lands viz KIrtley Jno A 140 acres taxes6 70 Sullenger C B agent for G Th Snllerjger 150 acres land 10 70 Sullenger C B agent for M E Vhlttlnghlll 130 acres Iand7 80 Petty Jno H 83 acres land 4 40 CAL P KEOW S O C A Liberal Offer The undersigned will give a Iree sample of Chamberlains Stomachs and LiverTablets to any one wanting a reliable remedy for disorders of the stomach biliousness or constipation This is a new remedy and a geod one All druggists m eC STOncABean theTheKind Yw Hare Atop BOJ fct Signature d IVermont Adopts Local Option Haifa century ago In 1851 the State of Maine led off in the temper prohlrB Massachusetts Connecticut Michigan Vermont Rhode Island New York and Iowa followed suit In most of the latter states the law has been more or less altered generally toward local option It Is not contended even by the temperance people that prohibition totally prohibits the liquor traffic In spite of the fact that murder is a capital offense there were nearly a thousand homicides in the country last year No law will absolutely prohibit crime But the trouble with the prohibi ion laws has been that in communities where the local sentiment wall op posed to prohibition the law was so flagrantly violated as to bring the whole system into question Maine particularly hi4 stuck to prohibition through thick and thinnotwithstand ing that in some parts of the state llvuor has been sold all the time But Vermont has just taken a sidestep on he question by appealing the prohi bition amendment to her constitution nd adopting an amendment provid ing for local option The process of change has been along one and the issue has been stub bornly fought The constitutional convention last year formulated the local option amendment after being authorized by the legislature and at special election last week the peo pIe ratified It1 the majority in favor 01I ocal option being only about 1500 total of 69000 votes It Is worth noting that prohibition was adopted n 1853 by practically the same smal majority The new law will give ach community the privilege of de- iding how it shall handle the lIquolc uestion Path find- erDAVIESS000NTY BANK TRUST COO- WENSDORO KY Cash Capital 50000aSlolkholdmAddtl Liability SO000 Guarantee Fund for Cuttomert 100000 Dfjxglta rwelred subject to check Cots nothing to depodt or cfceck out don by snail Intmit raM on time depusitsii B PER CENTtOFImonthssorfporcenor- sborterpertoda Interut begins liumedlately Call or writ for further patticularssT L p OHIO CIRCUIT COURT Commonwealth Docket for tbe 10Marcb Term 1903 SECOND DAY 4103 Comth vs A B Schlletzbantu 4104 Comth vsj WBoatner 3974 Comth vs John Dafiron 3530 Corath vs Warren Cuqdlfr 3532 Comth vs Same 3S33i ComtU vs Same 3540 Comth vs Jim Burns 3635 Comth vs Ras Til ford 3761 Comth vsRudy Jan 3762 Comth vs Same 3783 Comth vs Lud Grant 384 Comth vs Schofield Midklff 3814 Comth vs Fletcher Hardison 3855 Comth vs Alvin Porter 3856 Comth vs Lee Tillord 3865 Comth vs Willie Walker 3866 Comth vs Sip Rhoads 3373 Comth vs Thomas Tatntn 3876 Comth va Juston Jackson 3881 Comth vs Same 3893 Comth vs John Turner 3889 Comth va Jim Shultz 3921 Comth vs ton Morgan 395i Comth vs Same THIRD DAY 4020 Comth vs J W Keown 3916 Comth vsllJn Morgan 3917 Comth vs Same 3918 Comth vs Same 3919 Comth vs Same 3920 Comth vs Same 3897 Comth vs Thomas Tatum 3958 Comlh vs Wm Benson 3960 Comth vs W E Russell 3965 Comth vs Lou Morgan 3966 Comth va Same 3985 Comth vs John Taylor 3986 Comth vs Same 3989 Comth vs Holland Motria 3993 Comth vs Same 399i Comth vs Same 3902 Comth vs Same 3996 Comth vs Chas Moxley 4000 Comth vs Claude Slaughter 4003 Comth vs Sebren Baker 4005 Comth vs Herbert Baker 4008 Comth vs Dock Porter 4009 Comth vs Same 4021 Comth vs Forest China FOURTH DAY 4091 Comth vs Alonzo Gaither 4039 Comth vs James Lambkin 4040 Comth vs Andy Alford 4041 Comth vsGray Arbery 4046 Comth vs Mitchel Taylor 4047 Comth vs Robert Owens c 4056 Comth vs Walker Kahn c 4058 Comth vs Ollie Barnes 4060 Comth vs Bud Oiler 4061 Comth vs James Burden 4c62 Comth vs Walker Kahn 4063 Comth vs Louis Griffin 4064 Comth vs Tom Baird 4065 Comth vs Same 4066 Comth vs Same 4069 Comth vs Bethel Austin 4071 Comth vs Ollie Barnes 4072 Comth vs Sam McKlnley 4073 Comth vs Louis Griffin c 4074 Comth vs J Edwin Rowe 4078 Comth vs Will Engler 4078 Comth vs Cicero Smith 4c8a Comth vs Jim Burton 4081 Comth vs Clint Smith FIFTH DAY 4049 Comth vs Eva Long 4082 Comth vs Arthur Johnson 483 Comth vs Lee Awtry 48t Comth vs Harvey Barnes 485 Comth vs Virgil Mills 4096 Comth vs Emmett Tyro c 4087 Comth vs J W Wilson 4088 Comth va Archie Johnson 4091 Comth va J Edwin Rowe 4092 Comth vs Clad us Royalc4- C93 Comth vs Lincoln Smith 4097 Comth vs James Espy 3508 Comth vs E A White 35f9i Comth vs Same 3510 Comth vs Same SIXTH DAY 4096 Comth vs John Awtry 4099 Comth vs Thomas AwtryI 4109 Comth vs James Wilson 4110 Comth vs Chester FosterI4111 Comtb vs George Baker 4112 Comth vs Eva Long 4113 Comth vs B B CollinsI4114 Comth vs Willie RukerI4115 Comth vs SameI4116 Comth vs Same 4117 Comth vs Geo Loydj4118 Comth vs Jack Kelly c 4119 Comth vs Isaac Travis 4121 Comth vs James Wilson 4122 Comth vs Vlrmond Cooper 4113 Corath vs Ed Coleburni4124 Comth vs Isaac Travis 4125 Comth vs Caleb Oiler A copy Attest S A ANDltRSONClerk aFor Cooking Dried Fruit i- An army receipt for cooking dried or evaporated Irult was sent to our house j cars ago and has been used ever since with unbroken satisfaction I Try it and you will never agate con demn died fruit By this process they are made delicate and luscious rsb enough in flavor to be used In cobbltrs If you wish and unvaryingly agreeable to the palate Pour over the fruit boiling wattr sufficient to stand being absorbed all night In the morning rub off the skins ol the peaches or aprlcats pour offany water that is leit and pour In clearcold water filtered if convenient and put the fruit into are irthen ware or granite kettle over a fire that will keep it simmering gently most oi the day When the time approaches to takeofl the fire add sugar to taste Prunes do not need sugar at hat one excellent housekeeper says they re sweet enough of themselves This Is a good recipe to remember and utilize on washday when the fires kept going Rnywayand in cold weather the fruit may be cooked in sufficient quntilies to last several days i ut A Bad Breath A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure constipation biliousness dysj pepsin sick headache 2Se All droralatstU Want moutuohn or beard a beautiful 1 1 brawn or rich black Then me I BUCKINGI1AMSDYEtrs- i2ia orommtn Mul 4C N SHERIFFS SALE The Commonwealth ol Kentucky To the Sheriff of Ohio County Orating We command that you expose to sale the estate of K A Maddox towlt A tract of laud bounded end Jcecrlbsd ns follows Beginning n it N G corner of tract of land bought by E D Walker of E G Render a popular and white oak thenct S 106 poles to two hickotlcs and dogwood thence E 33 poles to n stone thence N5 E 13 poles to a stone thence N 15 B 14 poles and 15 links too black gum and asb thence N 14 poles to R Spanishoak and hickory thence N 38 E 14 poles to a dogwood thence N a E 54 poles and 18 links to a stone thence W 92 poles to the be ginning containing 40 acres and the Same conveyed to said E A Maddox by ED Walker and wife by deed ol recork In the Ohio County Clerks office Deed Book 8 page 498 levied o as the property of E A Maddox an subject to the purchase money lien ol said Walker on said land whicl according to our commands you have taken Into your hands and whic still remains In your bands unsold as yon have certified to the Judge cti- the Ohio Circuit to satisfy Liza e Walker Executrix of E D Walker deceased the sum of One and Seventyfive Dollars with interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from the first day ol Jan uary 1877 until paid also 175 with like intirvst from January 1st 1878 until pM also 175 with like interest from January 1st 1879 until paid Alro the turn of 1230 which in the same Court WAS adjudged to the plaintiff lor her costs in her be hall expanded whereof she Lizzie Walker hath recovered execution against tbe said E A Maddox by virtue of n judgment of the Ohio Circuit Court and that you have the said sums cf money before Judge ol our Court at the Court House In Hartford on Saturday succeeding the second Monday in March next to satisfy the said plaintiff her debt In terest and costs aforesaid and have then and there this writ Witness S A Anderson Clerk of our said Court at the Couit Hour aforesaid this 14th day of Jan 1903 S A ANDgasox Clerk By L I MORTON D C Pursuant to the above order lor one of my deputies will offer for sale on Monday March 2nd 19 3 be tween the hours of I oclock p ra and 3 oclock p m at the Court- House door in Hartford Ohio county Ky the above described property TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with ap proved security required bearing Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect ol a Sale Bond Witness myhand this 14th day of January 1903 CAT P KEOWN Sherifi Ohio County a p Call for a Senatorial Convention- At a meeting of the Republican Executive Committee of the 7th Senatorial District held at Beaver Dam Ky December 20 1902 it was ordered thht convention be held in each of the voting precincts in said district on Saturday July ii 1903 at 2 p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend a county conven tion to be held at the county seat 01 eachcounty in saM district on Mon day July 13 1903 at I p m which county conventions shall elect delegates to attend a district convention to be held at Hartford Ky SaturJay July 18 i93 fct I p in to nominate a candidate for State Senator in said district The representation in the county conventon shall be one delegate for each 25 or fraction over 12 votes cast for McKinley for President n 1900 and the basis of representa tion In the district conveutlon shall js tre vote for each 100 or fraction over 50 votes cast lor McKinley for President In 190 The candidate rd celving a majority of all the votes cast In said district convention shall e declared th nominee of the Repub lican party for the office of State Senator in raid district NICHOLAS BARRASS Chmn M S RAGCAKR Secy My Hairs II I had a very severe sickness that took off all mrhair I pun chased a bottle Hair Vigor and It brought all my hair Lack again WD Quinn Marseilles III One thing is certain I Ayers Hair Vigor makes the hair grow This is because it is a hair food It feeds the hair and the hair grows thats all there t is to it It stops falling of the hair too and atmways restores color top gray hair JltO a bottle All drculatae ir your drngclit cannot supply you gyduabottleor your ncnreatexpreasolilco J C AYEn CO Lowell 1tau HOW THEY STAND In tbe InquirerRepublican Rub ber Tire Buggy Contest Miss Jessie Reynolds 272Miss Leila Hunter 188 L212MissMiss Bessie Lo d 727 720MissMiss Mattle Bean e 600 Miss Eva Taylor 510 412MissMiss Mollle Peyton 400 308MissMiss Lydia Tlchenor 2tS Miss Jennie Armstrong 26 Cut this out and take It to all drug gists drug sit re3 and getafrce sanipe of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic They cleanse and Invigorate the stomach improvethe appetite and regulate the bowels Regular idz 250 per box T Call for Convention At a regular meeting of the Repub lican Executive Committee of Ohio county held at Hartford Ky Jan uary 519n3 It was ordered that precinct conventions be held In the va rlous voting precincts of the county on Saturday April 4 19x3 at I p m for the purpose ol electing delegates to attend a delegated convention to be held at Aprildltoffices1 Court Clerk It is is also ordered tncjorlItshall bedeclsrcd the Republican Inee of said convention It is iurther representaddelegate for each twentyfive or fret tion over twelve votes cast for McKinley In 190 On this basis the several precincts are entitled to tht following representation In said con vention viz Bust Hartford West Hartford 1 4Sulphnr 4e3North4Select 7lEast Beaver Dam 4 West Beaver Dam 6 McIIenry 5 Centertown 6 Smallhous 2 East Fordsvllle 7 6Mtnavllll Je3 Buford jBartlett 4 3CeralvoPoint Pleasant 2 Narrows 3 Ralph 4 NICHOLAS BARRASS Chmn J M DBVKESB Secy Grips Grim Grasp Caused Heart Disease Could Not Lie On Left Side DrMilcsHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Mo hamAlaas follows Itli with the ereatett pleasure that 1 tec ilearlCuresufferer how much good they have done me cGrippenot down for the smothering spells that would almost over come me feeling of oppression around my heart I not so that I could on my left side for a long time I bottlesIrightoonnerly pedlesgnervusometimes would lose beats so it would J seem to altogether It was on vIce of a lady friend that I tried your Restort firstfewdoluone of Heart Cure made me feel like a new person My heart Is all right and my nerv Oiliness Is all gone I never fall to recom mend it to others as I was botItAddreuDr 5SOBY HOTEL T QUISENBERRY Propr Best 100 Hotel in the CitydYour Patronngo Solicited 117 Fnxlrlcs St Owensloro Kjr 14 Cumberland TELEPHONE AN- DTelegraph 00IIncorporated Theres nothing the matter with- y business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and lace of business My business has e increased and my wifes voice Is nev r heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service nail gentlemanly competition I G P NOWLIN Man r I I- SS Biliousness fYChronic Invalids 1 When the Umli torpid kad tails to do ha wortr tho bus enters the blood M a vlniieni poison Then comes con ip uon bulouincov sick headache fevers md malaria Th only taotmstit that 1tveI lbs liver J M the right touch ud tun NMure work to lbs right manner u qp AMONS LIVER PILLS ANDTONIC PELLETS le pffl toocne tho liver end tics pellet tone tho Ii system 23 dceo for JJ days eon 21 cent nl un v low your caao U exceedingly bad you V will be msfroaL7L all dealers =For sale by J H Williams Druggist HartfordKy MIDWINTER SALET C1tt1tC tt t tt1t1tC 1Ct t Nors S Mens Clothing going at pricts you cant afford to miss nvayIdown IeShoes our specialty for our midwinter sales Get these Bargains while they last ngfirstc1Dress Goods the latest out Hats we are headquarters for them This is our Midwinter fair dont fail to attend Yours for trade ShM EACH r E P BARNES BROS MidWinter c Reduction SaleMEANS A BIO SAVING TO ALL WHO r TAKEADVANTAGEOFTHESES CUT PRICES Great Line of Overcoats Wo can still show you as good a lino ns most morcjmnts show nt tho beginning of tho season and wo will sell them ut from 10 to 331 pOI cent cheaper than former prices Now is your opportunity to biy a good Overcoat at a very lov price Ladies and Misses Wraps Anaything on our racks in turn lino will bo sold at from 10 td 50 per cent reduction You can afford to invest in oho of llioso garments for next winters uso These prices means monoy to you anal a loss to us but wo dont mean to- arry over a garment that the price will sell Winter Waists and Skirtings Wo have Skirtings on which wo aro giving 25 to 50 por cent cuts in price Goods which wo sold at from 76c to 1 er yard going at tho round price of 50c pOI yard Waist oods that sold at from 16o to 25c per yard cut to lOo and c per yard All seasonable and serviceable merchandise you have only to see to appreciate More New Goods Our buyer has just returned from tho markets with now fresh Bargains Fascinators at 25c 50c and 76c Ladies Vests and Pants 25c 60o and 1 Union Suite 25c bOo and 1 Mens and Boys Gloves 25c 5Qe 75c and 1 Mens Underwear 25c 60e 75c1 and 150 Mens Wool Socks 25c to 40c Ladies fleeced Cotton Hose 16c to 25c r por pair Misses and chi dro1s Wool Hoso 20c to 25c Overshoes forall ages and sizes Loggings at from 60c to 1 pin pair Heavy winter Shoes for Mon Boys Ladies and luldr n Rubber Boots for tho water and mud Heavy uck and windproof work coats from 1 to 33 Bring us Some good firstclass timothy or rc top hay or domJ1EPSBARNES BRO j 1 IlEN T 13Ipwensfoopo KyrMain Street between Triplet nod ifeadiunrterforQhloconnty orIiJAMES REYNpLDS Proprietor r i It L l 2 kefl r 71D TrailsientTrade tb b1 d C 1 t4 94 Is all right for a superstructure but steady it 1 trade is the foundation of a business Its t 99 what we always try for and GET We will r continue until closed out our CLEARANCE t4rl SALE on Boots Overcoats Ladies Jackets bb b1 Ifi Bed Comforts Blankets Etc b1 fi b1 125 buys ourMens lcavy Doolsformer pricc175- W W buys our wholestock heavy Dootsformertt 9i price 200 b1 200 buys our best Mans heavy Dootsformel e- Ifi 9 price 300 J 14 The above aro tho best values over offered at the b5- bE C1 ptices Ifi b1 Ifi 400 for Mons Denver Ovorcoatsformorly 600 bit 600 fr Mens finest srado Beaver Overcoats b1 Ifi C1 former price 900 3D8 for Mons heavy Ulster Coats storm collar tt regular price 600b1 h Special prices all Our romnnnt stock of Ladies and Misses Jackets for less than cost Only a limited quantity loft Our t1 b 1 C1 1000 Jackets for 650 Our 500 Jnckets for 350 bit Misses Jackets 2 to 5former price 5 to 750 t- C1 Now is n splendid time to buy Bed Comforts and bit Blankets According to the groundhog wo are to ft4n have plenty of winter yet A big saving to you to bf bt 41 buy now Beautiful n11wool111 Dlnnkets former bit pricer 500 now 400 Extra quality 104 Blank tt C1 ots former price 275 now 200 Heavy 101 Cotton It t lllnnkets former price 1 now 75e Dig size 41 Bed Comforts 89eformer price 1 and 125 Ex 9- tra b1t sntinelined Comforts former price 150 now b 119n b- n b All the above are bargains that we are It 1 sure you will appreciate Call early and ex 1to adyb bt 41 vertiso You tit 1 values at a very low price it Z- F 1 ffj TRADE AT THE BARGAIN CENTERd4 ZI u 41 U1 Ifi C1 9 J 4 ti tt- C1 Ua fl fl b1 rr M MM M MW a- Do It If t II J Yotl Want To- E i Btl- Ut Real Kslale1 Do Yotl Want to Sell Real Ks1ate1 rJ Th betJ YEst t felllhntbelnalhoeMolconnryoaant I What you want And At the aam x J 7011 Want to know U tbe title latOoo to the puperllll1al you buy- It l my IIIIIIIM to IoU your property toryooendttlemybulaatobuyypur want loue11111011Irol tJBelliTitles Abstracted Yours truly SAAnderson REALE TATE AGENT Hartford Ib- r trt a a Hat t H I4SfT a a attT1Q Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 20 I I City Restaurant Canon Bros pay cash tar truss Everything good to eat at City Restaurant Nicest line or Caudles In town a City Restaurant ToniatoCS tae per can lot Taylor Coal Cos Store- Levering Coffee Ioc per pound at Taylor Coal Cos Store Is bars or Santa Claus Soap fr 5o- at r Taylor Cal Coa Store City Restaurant Is the WOtt upto- date place In Uartrord Get Jour upto date lunches meals at City Restaurant Dauuewfler C flee 12c per i ratTaYlorCaal Cos Store j CheeseSausage Deneieas Na ral and Crackirs at city Restaurant 1 jillj 1t A big line OCRlbbonll at unaear l low prices fit Taylor Coal Coa Stor 1 You can buy Hosiery cheaper tl ever before In your life at Taylor Co GvIc e I E Kai H9c for 250 7 LL I Mr Cine lice was at RoCkport Sunday Born tu the wile of Mr Logan Combs Sandy a bIg girl- blas Etta Thomas will visit ber aunt In Louisville next week low with young call for weir J E FOGn Hartford Ky Mr Joke Shaver Jr Bcd was n plearant caller at this once Saturday Three canlt of Strawberries orGoose berries for 25C at Taylor Coal Co s Store Extra select Oysters alwapa Od hud at CIty Restaurant and served la app atgle Clip Restaurant handles the nicest lilte of Goodsla Hartford Itverthlng the very best Mrs F L Felix and daughter Miss Ellzatxlh are visiting In Green vllle ebb week Infants Cloaks Ca Flannels etc at greatly reduced prices at Taylor Coal Cos Store Fresh Oysters Oyster Stew Oys tare Raw Oysters any way you want em at City Restaurant Our tine of groceries Is fresh and the best Prices the lowest CARSON Co All Misses and Ladles can be fitted In Corsets for halt the usual price at Taylor Coal Cos Store Gents fine shoes In fact shoes every description are the best nn cheapest at Carson Cos Torchons LInen Laces Valedenes Insertions Thread and Swiss Bead logs and aU over Itmbroderles almost strvenaway at Taylor Coal Cos Store WANTEDMen and women to cal I on our In their locall Ittadvance for Tint RnJUDLICAN alit thus help the correspondent to wit our 10 gold prlzo for the biggest club of subscribers If AtOneHalf Lion Coffee Itreng1llandflavor ed fancy brands Bulk coffee at the same price is not to be com pared with lion is quality In I lb air tight sealed package Mr J t Sludcrfur has tacaaptcd- y a temporary position with Z Wayne Griffin fiLittle Mabel the Grc Year ol daughter of Mr and Mrs John II Thomas Is still dangerously fit wit tbe flux just In R complete line of Corsets 1all new and of the latest pattern at the popular prices of Sac and I at- Cnrson Cos 1Remember we discount aU the heavy wintergoods we have In stock both for ladles and for gents CARSON Co Mr Lewis P Schopmire of Bloom- Ington Ill arrived here yesterday t visit his parents Mr and Mrs C Schapmlre Mrs Levana Tally Who lived with hernephew Mr Emmet Griffin here died or cancer of stomach Monday She was burled In Oakwood ceme teryWrPnY the highest market prices for Poulty Egga Butter Feathers Hams SIde Neat end all other produce you have to sell CARSON Co Mr Wayne Griffin will start on a extended trip to the South In a fe days He will visit Crowley New Orleans and other points before he re turns A severe coal famine Is reported at- Fordsvl1le TUR REPUBLICAN feels directly concerned as to the welware of its Invaluable colresponllent up there Mr Lon Martin died of con sump flop at the home of his brother Mr James Martin In Fordsvllle Wednell day and was burled is the cemetery at that place yesterday With aU the dash of Spring tiare 1OUR hebeldasher will lend In thin section In quality style and prices Remember the place you should come to first Is Carson Cos To my Many FrlendlInlng- purchased a half of the livery business ofJ B Dodson I will be glad sc you al1 I will take charge next Monday Yours for trade LTBAJlNARD Mr Christopher Ilimea of hart ford and Miss Laura Mahaney 01- Betbabrn were married by Judge Miller here Monday The wedding took place In the County Clerks of fleeAll who are trying to earn and save money should read the advertisement is this paper of the Daviess County Bank Trust Co at Owensbor- oThel terms are attractive and worth attention Write them for further particularIMr Ellis Turner died of heartdlI eerie It his home near Bulord lastI Thursday night He was the eon of J W Turner and a young man of muck promise His Interment took place at Mt Carmel bnrylug grounds FridayThe new court house bell parches ed from the CArnegie Steel Works at Beleaire 0 arrived here Saturday and will goon occupy the position of the old one The new bell cost 175c for which the old one wu accepted in partial exchange Mr Leo Lamb and Miss Llule Hunt were married at the home of Rev W D Gott In St Louis Thursday February Iz The bride Is the daughter Mr L W Hunt and formerly lived is Ohio county They will make jhetr home In St Louis Mr A R Renfrow or Dundee who was operated on for appendicitis sometime ago Is greatly Improved end his friends hope to see bite out soon Mr Renfrow Is the second pa fleet upon whom Dr A M McDow ell at Dundee has operated on forI this disease within the past year andc both with entire sucess Ladles for Spring hats do not for get that our line wm be completes with the latest style Our popular milliner wflgo to market In R few days She will return with all the newest Ideas of spring fashion Prices at rockbottom Give her a cal1- CARSON Co When oe say we are going to con sectiondare exageratltig Our line of cloth lug will be In In about three weeks and such an elegant display was nev sir before the public In Ohio county Come and see for yourself Our prices will be the lowest CARSON Co Iasi Saturday Deputy Sheriff Cbest ter Known arrested wm Deatty more commonly known liS Bill Dolly on a warred Issued at the Instance of G 1V Mercer DeaUy Is a tlehack and was Mercer with IEtlngFalling to execute bond he was placed In jail where be remained until Tuesday when he was dismissed at the ex aminiug trial He was represented by Heavrin Woodward His home Is In Bowling Green We were told that a young man c four town wrote a twentyseven page letter with a thirteen page push icdptto hlsb girl and went Into the postoffice tompHlt yesterday c- On being told by the postmaster that the mall had gone out and that po other mall would leave during the day he deliberatelY and cooly walked ovtr to Beaver Dam and placed his little message of love aboard a north bgundtrain For seUnrllic self abnegation tenacIty of purpose anda x r r 3 ul1gron robust determination satisfy n wild and orer flawing desire to be remembered this rakes eldwee feel like tapping you familiarly lover the head with a pick handle and call lug your attention to skate curl Owing to the high water and u passible roads the editor has had content himself with reading the dispatches of the British officers during the Boor war found In the old newB1 paper files In the office It c papers still contlnue to avoid us we will pull ourselves together andm eve off In single file to the Ice pond 0Marriage LIcenses W L Dockery Centertonto Annie HUt Centertown D H Bellamy Aetnavl1le to Martha M Wade Adahburg Clarence Phtie Cromwell to LII- B lie Stevens Cromwell James W Renfrow Arnold to Amanda Bratcher Arnold A F Graham Narrows to Re na White Narrows Arch Lane Fordsvllle to An- Lanham o1i FordsvUle s W James Glllstrap to Adah Springsw Echols to Mir tie E Cooper Rchols Earl Turner LIvermore to Ab lie Hoover Henla Leslie Chlun McHenry to Ota May Chapman McHenry Chrl6tpber lIImes Hartford to Laura Mahaney Bethabra C E Bullock Cerolvo to Ernie Ashby Centertown or Card of Thanks Through Tilt RurunucAN I wish to extend sincere thanks to the people of Hartford for the kindly assistance shown me and my wife In the burial of my wiles mother Assur- Ing them that we shall always 1 elatgrateful I am very truly M T WRSTYOIUUWD In Memorlum Mrs Sarah Thomas wife of Mr L Thomas died at her home ne Barrette Ferry on the 9th day February 19J aged 66 years Mr s Thomas was a member of the Ca Run Baptist Chrnch at the time of h death and had been for Dtny yea prior to her death She was a t christian and always bad a kind wo for everybody and was charitable to the unfortunate and was a shaltg right for those with whom she ass elated She will be greatly missed the comrnanlty is which she lived She leaves an aged husband whom we extend our profound sympathy and hope that he may live so the furore years of his life that when death claims him and his soul takes Its flight It will go and be united with that of his dear wife which Is now enjoying the glorlofie reward prepared for the righteous Mrs Thomas was Ibnrled at the Axton graveyard near Oleton In the presence of s large crowd of soro Ins friends and relatives Funeral services were conducted by Rev Hen ry Birch who urged upon those pres ent the Importance of preparing lor death A FRIEND Take Notice All persons Indebted to the firm of Z Wayne Griffin Bro or to the estate of T L Griffin will pease call on me and settle same as the firm business and the estate must be close d up Unless you give this attention NOW the accounts and notes will be placed In the hands ofan attorney and you may have haste to pay All persons having claims against the said firm will present same to me for payment and any claims against the estate ofsald T L Griffin should be presented properly proven at my of business In Hartford Ky or before the first day of 190J Respectfully Z WAYNE GRIFPr- NJJt Executor Two bunches of Che ing Gum for Sc at New Cash Grocery Ta r A good mulch cow for sale HL TUOYAS Sulphur Springs Ky 0 o- rSULPHURISPRINGS Mr AlexDoswell who Is attending scboolnt Ualtord visited his parI ants here Saturday and SundayIThe surprise birthday dinner whir h vas to have been given la honor ofI Mrs Amanda Park and Mr George Nabors was postponed on account bad weather Master Cambia Nabors Is the gue- of sta his sister Mrs Tishil Boswell I Narrows this week Mr George Nabors and lamp Y Tuesday at Mrs Ame Wilson s Misses Annie and Nellie DanIel were the guests of Miss Myrtle Tho m as Saturday nlgbt and Sunday Mr Bony Allen was the guest of Satawayr d- An ExplanatIon We have had an Interview with Judge R R Wedding who Is cou sel for Dee and Basil Lawrence olor Mr Wed hg says thattheseI colored men deny that they plotted t- gelher or with any one else to assa finale Metshhl Paris as published Int TnR REPUBLICAN some time agoI They deny that either of them fired a pistol on the streets of Hartford on the night of the alleged plot end can prove an alibi it necessary bayoud w fo any qUeJtlon They say that th y have no 111 feeling against Marshal Paris or anyone else In Hartford The statement In Tars REPUDLtCAN pertaining to the supposed Plot to sassnatc the Mnr hal tsar only t u mor and was published as sac There was no disposition to reflect Bob Lawrence or any of his boy s dtocitizens In the county A Prize Winner Mr James McIntyre says he nev saw such a winter as this He says hehas seen a good many He says he reckons he has sees et least fi hundred of em II A Card tome Public Having purchased the long a well established business of Z Nay Griffin Bro I desire to thank m y friends and patrons for the encouragement already given me since I ha r had control of the business and take this method to Inform the publ that the business will be continued i the same stand under the same firm nome and I trust with the same li era patronage that the firm has e- E n toyed so long I will keep on hand at all times n full line 01 fresh drugs and druggists sundries which will be sold at the lowest prices The exper lanced and accurate druggist W H Griffin will be retained at the head of the prescription department and 1 assure you that all prescriptions wUl be carefully compounded day or night Satisfaction guaranteed Re spectrully solicit your trade I am yonrsjCENTERTOWN Mr Chapman of In91aa Is here visiting Dr Chapman Mrs Nannle lames Is howe again after several days visit with relatives Point Pleasant The infant son of Mr Al Tlchen Is very sick Mr Arthur Williams has sold his BrowHn our acMr lgleheart has gone to ofArkansas where he will engage I the timber business 3eMessrs Willie Bishop end Dea logsisto rueMr Goodall has moved to the rdMcPherson property Rooker molt our hustling elm bar dealers contemplate moving that r CalhounI4 Davis was togaged In arranging tiers In the factor a palnlul Injury toll left ankle by the step plank slipping and throwing him to the boor Argon 011IA greet medical discovery Cures Rheumatism wad Kidney Trouble For sale et Griffin Bros Drag Store o Snow Storm at lIawtsvllleI llawesvllleFeb17A severe sno- W p storm raged here all day yesterday and until n late hour lest night AI heavy northwest wind causing theI soown to drill In many places to aI depth or from J to q feet Telephone and electric light wires were considerably damaged and farmers report terrible suffering among stock Tin thermometer this morning r glsteredt J degrees below zeroiT or sBlizzard at Work Kansas City Mo Feb J75l2owj has been fnlllng In Kansas City at In tetral8 during the last thirty bouii end It now covets the ground toa depth of seven Inches making It tin heaviest fall of the winter Through tralnsare genc ally late and street car traffic In this city was hampered j somewhat The telephone wad tale graph companies have suffered slight j damage The lowest temperature hwas Ix degrees above zero at 6 oclock tonight The Same Principle- I tell you said the enthusiast there Is like an lcecold winterwWhy In winter especially Because It has the effect qf mak Ing you Impervious to the effects of the cold weather An ice cold bath In the morning will wake you feel warmer all the rest of the day On the aatneplnciple I suppose the winter Is the proper time for nn ice creaar diet If a fellow gels his outside and Inside thoroughty chilled the first thing In the morning he ought to be able to convince himself the rest of the day theta blizzard Is balmy spring weather ofThe world Is mtrd inclined fo tak mart at his own estimate of hlmseUI he places It low than put It high Judge or 0 Occasionally the truly gcod citizen takes the widows last dollar and then contributes s nickel of It for the bee eGt of the heathennuqul0 Reflections of a Bachelor Iofantlle f1qU1US make parentll hurricanes It makes a girl blush to think how embarrasse1 hehusband would be If she were married fThere are more WRYS of not getHng a woman means than there are halts on a mans head 8aCommon sense Is an Investment that yields a low per cent but it sal defaults on its interest A womons idea of practicing the sermons her minister preaches la to try to mae her7lusbaud doNeYork Press r Irf x r L ea t i 1GlrTo health and happiness Is Scrofula ns ugly as over wince Limo ImmemorIal soU ranges bunches In the neck dts figures the skin Inflames the mucous membrane wastes tho muscles weak 01InY for recovery and develops Into con eumptlan A bunch appeared on the left side oi my neck It caused great pain was lanced and became II running sore I went Into 11 trylIoods haverMils K T BinDER Troy Ohio Hoods Sarsaparilla reand Pills will rid you of It radically and permanently ns they hllvo rid thousands fieIMMENSE EAGLE Killed by W D O Bryan Neat SaturdayIisMr W B OBryan who lives abort two miles below Stanley bad- b the good luck to kill a large bald ea gle on his farm last Saturday lie was awakened early is lh morning by quite n disturbance among the barnyard fowls but as t soon quieted he thought no more o It until alter breakfast when he saw what he supposed to be a large black turkey sitting on a tree at the back oJ his barn Geltrng his gun he went after the queer looking bird When within about twenty yards of th tree It rose In the air Mr ODryan fired and succeeded In wluglllg the bird and brlnglnglng It to the ground His fight was just beginning being unable to get near It on account of Its long claws and heavy wings which were beating the wind In an efort to fly Getting on ax he cut a long pole with a trek on the end and at lea succeeded In getting It around th- or tt birds neck in such a way as to pin l to the ground and woe then able to despatch It When dead the bird with wings measured seven feet and one Inch from tip to Up The head was as large liS a maws fist and then talsons were seven Inches In length The bird weighed nineteen pounds IIThe bird Is the fleet of this species which has been seen In this part or the country for many years and many who have seen It say It Is the biggest ever killed near here Mr OBryan saved only the head wings and claws of the blrdInqulrer The Similarities of Editors and HewsY nest and lays officetpaper The ken feathers her nestIthe editor does nothe cuts his own throat by doing business for nothing simply to keep his competitors from getting It The hen cackles alter she has laid a good fresh egg the editor cackles about what he Intends to do but never does It Sensible ten The hen scratches far a living so does the editor The hew often covers rip bad eggs so does the editor The hen hatches chickens that comes to some good most editors hatch schemes that never amount to anything The hen presents her bill when she wants something and usually gets It the editor presents his bill and hardly ev gets anything The hen has a comb which she does not use the ed Ron may haste a comb and use It sometimes but not always The hen hue wings the editor has none and never will have The hen Isnt a high flyer the editor IssometImes The hen broods and raises a large family the edltorbroods over how he Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back A For nearly thirty years he theetravelingbringing goesTo he brings the strength and flesh Ile so much needs To all weak and children lie gives richand strengthening foodcpersonsherichred blood Children who first saw the old man witti the fish are now grown up and have children of thcir own tHe stands for Sdotts Emu stun of pure cod liver oiltdelightful food and a natural tonic for children for old folks and for all who nerd flesh well strength SCOTT A 409418 Poart StreeiJNewVorkBOO and s- p a etj u j IBagains in Clothing i c s = PRICES GREATLY REDUCED Ja lion s and Days Clothing nt much less than aregular prices Stylish uptodnfo Suits TheC fabrics are right in Style and woight Dont wait any 1 ensue como now while choice is good 4 C Clothing Department IOur line of Clothing is the best to bo found any IIportset ittwIll cost you nothing to look j ri Boots and Shoes headquarterseI for anything in this line you may need fry our BLUE RIBBON and TWIN OWL Shoes for II Boys and Girls Rubber Boots guaranteed to be Ithe best for both Mon and Boys IC Dress Goods EtctIIEtcI 3 She I ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE r MRS SARA OOLLINS SMIT Jvlanagera 21UUIHUiiiiHillUw4 IaG t tIIartford Kentuok37A school of JctualBusiness Bookkeeping Shorthand TouchTypewriting and attendant branches We have special arrangements with a reputable Employ ment Bureau wherobYwo can GUARANTEE POSITIONS to nIl students who complete a Combined or Shorthand CourseJ4000 Students may enter at any time and receive full instructions We continuo the entireyear t R HHANKINS PresIdent E W PATTERSON Y Pres la to raise thelarge family he already has as over wasted energies and lost opportunities The hen Is a rooster when she sleepsthats queer the editor to a queer rooster aU the time The hen often gets cooped theedito r gets scooped too sometimes Tin hen often gets It In the neck so does the editor Sometimesthe hen crows but nobody knows why The edito- crows almost all the time but obady knows why There may be other similarities between the hen and lit editor but they do not come to min just nowEgg Reporter No 6202 Report of the Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Hartford at Hartford In the State of Rentncky at the close of busI ness Feb 6 1931- IEBOUnCLS Loan anllllIeollau 11ldd3J U tI Hood to ecuredreulatlon 110000- 0Onrdralt secured nod unsecurednone honking house furniture and Saturn Imoo Duo from National hank not rosary aRnUfH H JOU5T8 line from Blate DalIu and DaateN S0301 Due fromapproyedraerredogeot 140161 Check dild other rathltem GUO Notes or other National Bank 100000 Fractional paper currency nlcklee and noto 156- 3LAxrurMower s REIIB a Hasa vn aped = 62Ioo Legal teDder 50600- 0Itaemptlou notes 623300 toad with lI S Treuur er S per CIOUI or MUlaUoaHl2+0 00 Capital TOTL stock paid uatLlTtES 1I1IoUj Snrptasfund Undhlded proSt law expense and taxes pad 111111 National flank hotee outstanding 250000- Dc Q l to Jllate hank and DallteNf 101J- adlldlialdpoalu lIbled to check 1T608U Time certiStatnoldepodr 265252o TOTAL l1ToTJa Stele or KnlllctrNCounty 11 0 RileyOaahler of the above netted ban solemnly swear that the above statement rue to the best or my knowledg and belief 10 RILST Cull I Subscribed and sworn to before me this I3t layer Feb 1003 S K Cot Notary rubric My commission expire Jandary 21100- 8CoatacoAttest Z Wayxa anria-a n Loass DIr tors ClilllloOII THE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWeek EditlontAI most a Dally at the Price of aWeeklfTile rmldanelcampaign rerer bat the World goeeoll led ekelame aDd It 1 roll ornew promprandrlnthcolumn ot TheThdn u Week Edition of tile New York World which come to th0abImber G Um 1ear libe1ner tll It English language Ia spokenand yon IUIiICllptlODnpaper and Tea RroawcAatagelher ouear for 160 1 papreSubscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance L T 0ria ll imTt T AJiN t Are oporatad ty the tA I I Between TEASAnd Use North and EastHelwooq BIRniINGIfA Z 1 hlElPciln IAndtho West1Detweon OKLAItf9MAt4 ast Observation cats cars tadec tLa- managemont ci rrccl Harvey L jo meat of the latest and host dr W 4- i rV H resew r ar r 00 aCru 11 = 11 9P T K A ar f =r 1J J i I jHartford Republican I FRIDAY FEBRUARY ao lllnols Contra Rallroad TImo TableM New time card taking tttct ISnnday Doc 7 iwa at noon NorlU Jlonnd South Konnd- NolSJ doe S37a m No in dnellI7 a m pNolfdue1iedpm m m Loenl FreightNo lit dne 7Mora No19Sdue24pS m o 9O U U9 0 i 9 e 0 t On the Rivers A T Brink to to 6 0 0 Vrr By ELIAS LISLE 4 PORkhardeonr i What did you have to go and pick but this pier tort complained tbo Watchman Youre only making me troubleMan Is born to trouble as the sparks By upward quoted the man This was the nearest one he added He was panting a littler IYoud never got a past mo IfIryou hadnt been taking a little nap suggested the man Well Its a good night torhe paused glanciD- down at the dark river silvered With tho wavy radiance of tbo moo gbtfor sleep Tho watchman shuddered You aint really going to do It ho said entreat ingly and edged forward Tho company which employed him was opposed lo suicides off its piers Dont come any nearer now i warned the man unless you want t hurry Inc- Tbero was a long silence accentuated by the nervous puffing of a belated to far out on the river and tho slapping of the little waves against the pierhead The man was leaning against a pile at the extreme end of the pier W hln arms length of him a steamship made fast upreared Its dark hulk It someone would only reach out of a porthole and seize him was the wild hope of tho watchman The man straightened u and stretched himself Pardon this natural hesitation ho eald lightly It is time I went Hold oar cried tho watchman Dontdontdont be In a hurry1 It Was the best be could do on the spur of the moment The man laughed but ho paused Desperately the watchman croped for something anything to say But the power of light and genial con versation which is a special gift of thoso who watch by night bad gone from him What do you want to do it fore any tray he finally burst out Im a Justifiable suicide replied the t man A what This was beyond th Watchmans ken A justifiable suicide Youve beard of a justifiable homicide havent you p Well Im a justifiable suicide I hav- a right to kill myself Not olIn this pier said the watchman with conviction Nobody will know where I jumped In unless you tell them The current Will carry the body away Dont talk that way besought the watchman sitting down heavily on the Btrlngplece of tho pier II dont like It Im glad to see you sit down o served the man because now I nee not watch you so closely for fear you might make a rush If you didho glanced again at the swift water wed both go and I wouldnt like to take you from a steady jobIThe watchman twords Maybo youre out of work If Its that I know a job I might get youJ tomorrowI reckon I shall be a candidate for any job tomorrow thank you said tho man grimly Ohl said the watchman blankly Obviously ho had got on the wrong track He tried another It Its from being broke That reminds me Interrupted tho Other He pulled a handful of bills out of his pocket and laid them on a plank There are several dollars there I fcball not need them where Im going The money may be of some use to you It you dont mind using a dead mans Bvcalth It wouldnt hardly be lucky would It faltered the watchman Most people arent so squeamish about legacies Dont worry I wont taunt you- Maybo its n woman thats the trouI ble pursued tho watchman desperate ly having struck another trail But youve got a right to wait and see howtit turns out I know a Dutchman lived in the same house with mo andt the lady he was keeping company with threw him down lie turned on tho gas but somebody turned it off againcSay in three months he was GO on another lady that ho was talking about killing himself again Curious people the Germans rotmarked the man absently Tho baffled watchman rubbed hist head painfully and patiently tried again If its sickness thats driving you to it you dont want to be too quick nbout it cause you cant never tell Like as not it aint as bad as you think There was a friend of my brothers in tho grocery business shot himself on recount of not having good health and tho autopsy showed that be could have been fixed nil right if he hud went to a good doctor Im well enough in body said the tnan shortly You dont talk like a man thats era ty ventured the watchman Not Thats surprising all things considered remarked the man bitter ly Say pardner said tho watchman Appealingly if youre bound to go you might as well tell me who you are and What youre doing It for Itd save a lot of trouble to the coroner I Very thoughtful of you Well Im to John Smiththats a lie thirtyfour years old no friends no relatives to upeak of thats the truth live nt 009 Fifth avenuethats a lie And Im doing this because its tho only thing tor me to do f Thats another said the watch man promptly He leaned over tho aide of the pier swinging his arm in a sharp sweeping gesture la SHORTHAND sAfor ne man and tWeteachalibuelnebraachIiLeArdCs Correct methods Large patronage Enter any time anon BOARD FOR 115 A Wang Write for catalogue LOckyurD DUllness College EvaluvllteInd- r a twa mints that youre doing tho ma Ccmnnded suspiciously Just throwing away my plug of t bacco Aint you going to tell me It straightTho pondered There was splashing sound from below hardly be distinguished from the wash of t ripples and In tho watchmans at tude a certain alertness Dont try any tricks tho man said unless you want to hasten matters Right across tho end sold t watchman sharply The man stared I guess youre a little queer yourself ho remark But as youre polite enough to be terested Ill tell you this much Us- a case of a woman Thats what I thought said tho watchman eagerly But dont you let It knock you out this way Draco up Its no use sold the man quietly Theres no help for this Is she dead Worse replied the man Geel said the watchman That tough Tough ho repeated and there was honest sympathy In his voice Yes sold the man dispassionately It is rather Id been away for a yea and when I came back well I foup out Whats than The tread of feet on the far end of tho pier fell on his car Ho peered anxiously back half turning- I must bo going ho said Look behind you said the watch gThe man whirled around facing t dalat ed a rowboat wo men who paddled gently The watch mans whistle sounded Its keen rat fling note You cant do It ho said to the mat Theyll catch you If you Jump wham rats and can swim like slab oTho flooring of the pier was now vibrating with the heavy Impact of swift feet With a cry the man made thgand grappled him Help ho shouted as they both tell They were locked tightly together when the police reached them This gentleman panted the watch man as he got to his feet has bee drinking some and was walking off tbo dockpthat Interrupted the man The games up I am Charles Sales gentleman he added turnln to tho police I am tbo man that- wanted Wanted repeated tho watchman stupidly What tort Murder thats all answered ono of the policemen and there was ex ultatlon In his voice for this was a big catch Shot a man and a girl In an uptown restaurant this evening Como along Sales The watchman looked blankly at th0of man Iflf Id only known he stammered His eyes wandered away and ten on the little pile of money en1ed weakly Yon yon hind yon Keep tho change said the man bit ItaI MAPLE SUGAR MAKING 8ngndWith maplo sugar making time om added labor profit and pleasures to tho farmer and his household In thoI sections where this special Industry 1 pursued Tho cuts from American Ag riculturist show a modern plant for this purpose It is on too farm of a Ohioan who started as proprietor Honnn omo MAPLE etwAn nocsn end manager for himself at sixteen years of ago en 200 selves and it is the many substantial Improve which be has effected in a few years In addition to managing his farm When tho picture was taken tho was not completed The house Is 10 by 80 feet 12 feet with sirup and packing room in front 12 by 10 feet with room for nap directly abovo These rooms aro C with a tight partition between too evaporator room except doors and therefore exclude all steam from tboastored in them ofThe houso Is built on a side hill BO sop can bo draws from gathering a OnOCUD PLAN OP BCOAB DOVE WIlSOn or sled to atom tank there to evaporator without any pumping or handling The camp consists of 1000 sugar maples a largo proportion being thrifty second growth set in orchard stylo about forty years ago by the ta ther of this young man The work in this tamp la usually done by three men except during a very largo Dnda long run when a little extra help has bo used The income from the sugar and sirup products adds ma terially to the revenues of the farm The balance of too form Is devoted to dairyingI1tI tNocldrugbrisk for yellow onions I shall plant fi no moro pink Prlxotakcrs Yellow ones in aro good enough for mo The imported Spanish onion is qulto to the attacks of black rot fun id hibrougbtby It The Gibraltar onion has the same weakness evidently it is of theth alIsBoca gePo ylfi oftcr bitr caUng w i nA reader asks for some Mutson sow grow onions Its a big subject too 0big to give many details Try too now culture Oct a little seed of Price taker or Gibraltar and sow as early as possible in a box in the house or In a tohotbed outdoors making rows one nail n or two inches apart and sowing ratelone ounce bed Push the growth all you daro to and cut off onethird of the tops when Ietop heavy Then plant out in good soil early spring with three or four Inc es space between each two plants l the rows and tho rows fourteen or fit ntern inches apart It this is followed you will bo liable to grow very large fine bulbsT Grolncr in Farm and Fireside The Title nile Manila Tho boom In Canada Is far greet than the American people have any conception of Over 50000 Amcrlrn from the western states have gone 1 n the Canadian northwest this season and the movement has only just gun It Is predicted that next y will see more thus 150000 people from tho states rushing Into Canada mainly into the northwest though there bids fair to bo an Important development 1also in western Ontario or New On ns it Is called In Canada And now comes the announcement that the English and Dominion governments will cooperate In promoting a secs transcontinental railway In Canada will run about 300 miles north of tho Canadian Pacific skirting the northern terminahaIe coast a distance of 2800 miles at a cost of about 100000000 American I Agriculturist The Value of Hacker and husktthat it permits of the corn standing in the shock until well cured and then when the rush of other fall work over the husking and shredding can be done In a hurry The husked corn Is then dry enough to crib and tbo shredded product may be stored any place under roof Progressive Farmer HOTBEDnfntarectlntr Pointer About Dalldlna and Managing Frame Various forma of shutters or protectors for hotbeds have their relative con iiise common one shutting out light Even tho light of moonlight night Is of value in plant growth but not only must this bo shut out but also the twilight of the otter noon and two or moro hours of frosty sunlight in cold mornings This added to cloudy days leaves only an average seven or eight hours of good light in Query twentyfour in March although tbo days average nearly twelve hours Added to this are tbo constant cum quired tho lifting on and off df covers and too changing of amount of venal ton several times a day In fact a hot bed requires about as much looking after ns a nursing infant if one would have uninterrupted and healthy plant growth For this reason busy middle class people and farmers who do not as a rule keep a gardener cannot afford to run a hotbed because the time need ed is too valuable to spend on it Th shuts out many from enjoying fresh early relishes and vegetables I know of no moro serious annoy oas well as hindrance to best re salts than the difficulty of airing th common hotbed After several cloudy conofleumcnt beneath opaque shutters the bursts out suddenly some mornln aeunclouded sky Too plants are drown and soft and dripping with and it is absolutely necessary to have air or everything win cook The only way is to tip too sash moro or less on admit big volumes of outside air direct untcmpcred in the least until it strikes the shrinking plants Mr Ik B Pierce thinks he has solved some of these difficulties and found a remedy in a form of construction which ho illustrates and explains In Country Gentleman the sketch showing a don bio sash arrangement in north and south elevations B P is the ground surface in which is set the ordinary frame to be filled with manure This may be of rough lumber the only requirements being true corners and a neatly dressed top edge On this I would fit a neatly constructed frame flvo or six inches high divided at every IMPROVED HOTBED CXDNSTIiCCnOS A n top sash C D Inner sash E P ground line Arrows Indicate air ctreuelatlon Bashes may bo threo opart intersection with an inch board tho same width as the outside frame Either end and the south side should be entire boards while the north side must bo of two pieces separated the thickness of an ordinary sash say one and a halt inches Cleats an inch may bo nailed upon the inside of th divisions nnd at the ends near the bot tom of this upper frame so that the sashes may bo slid in from the north I until they strike the south side where thin cleat may also bo nailed mak I Ing sure that it is a trifle below the side cleats so as to slide clear The frame being constructed so as toe i covered with an ordinary sash or six teat tram outside to outside the = sashes slid in C D will project two inches at the north soil but as the sash end is usually nearly three inches wide there will be no opening By laying other sashes A B on top of the frame wo shall have a thoroughly a protected bed with A space of warm between two transparent cover Ings Three may remain on night nnd day in very cool weather Blrablo the upper sash may be removedt IIpcrleneeof greenhouses goes to show enough light Is admitted through wo thicknesses of glass to answer all purposes provided the Is ean which however is Imposslblod both covcrlugs pt glass aro set in one sash a JAtrillion is not only protected from rap changes of outsldo temperature Gut rare ventilating facilities By out the inner sash two inches there is an opening tho thickness of r e sash bars but mainly below to about threequarters of inch at the north side rind IJP Mxn Inv of two Inches next tho south sills 1 rw tii beenause over years bas nail has beennmllo1Uuler his per sonnl supervision slnco its inlhncy Allow no ono to deceive ypu hi this All Counterfeits Imitations nudJastnsoodnro hub Experiments that triflo with anti endanger tho health of rInflmts and Children Experience against Experiment istoCASTORIA Cnstoria Is n harmless substitute for Castor OH Pare Itearcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nnrcotlo substance Its ngo is its guarantee It destroys Worms nail allays Fcvcrlshncss It cures Diarrhoea anti AVlud Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation soil Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy nail natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend ALWAYSIc 9 Boars tho Signature oft a tVU Kilidct You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years IscCCHTMIK CCMrANT TT MUKIUT TCCT MW YORK CITY I 1I W iL f xsaatiff JICJ at tho other end ot the same sasn Now slide the upper sash down to the south a couple of Inches leaving nn opening on top of the north end and outside air Is admitted which passes over the surface of the warm Inner sash drops below at the south end and finds Its way out at the north end the well known laws of air circulation doing the business There Is thus a constant circulation of tempered air houadiscovery but Its application to bed construction will I believe het those unfortunate enough to have to depend on tho uncertainties of fur meriting manure and the fickle Fcbru ary and March sun The Honeybee Hold the Patent The honeybee still holds the patent royal on combmaklng The most that toman has boon ablo to do In this ton Is to furnish the base or parts for the bees to build on which to called a starter Starters are made by running thin sheets of plain wax through embossed rollers sad they form tho base of tho combs Er change RaleysWeary with month and worn with pale Farewell till In some happy place We hall behold thy lace again ThUloTby bud o young Dad fair 0Called hence by early doom Jut tome to how bow sweet a power Jn paradke would bloom Through all pals at time hed mnllo A smile of heavenly birth 1Aad when the angel railed him home 1liesmiled farewell to earth amn DntwehoptomretyonOn shore 1God needed one more angel child Among lib ihlnlng band And sollebent with lorlng mlle And claiped darling Earl hl-atlOa month ago we bad to lay thco In the peaceful grave embrace Hut thy memory will he cheerltbed TU oases thy lovely face Ilse ACXT AN EXAMPLE TO BE MADE Trouble In Store for Men who Swindle Newspapers It is currently repotted that tie government has under consideration the prosecution ol the Independent Advertising Agency Managers for Its frauds upon publishers It would be very wise tvr every newspaper pub Usher who has been defrauded h make Immediate complaint either to Col Jima E Stuart P O Inspector or to Hon S H Betbea U S Dis trict Attorney at Chicago Ill We believe that the government has sum Interest In the welfare of the press generally to stamp out swindles upon newspapers Send your com plaints at once and help the good work along The Cause of Many DeathseThere Is a disease prevailing In tht country dccepjIIhearl disease fjP pneumonia hear failure or apoplex p are often the resuf I of kidney disease II I ij kidney trouble Is alII I lowed to advance the s kidneypoisoned ot oil will attack the thekidneysaway cell by cell fromderangement I 011theKilmerSWAmpRoot remedyIt I Ip hold urine and scald pain In pwlr It and overcomes that unpleasant oj zing o I manytimesextraordinary effect of SwampRapt Is soon wonderful I soldbyfTA7have = twonderful new dirtH Hitcovery and a book tells all about It bathnomeofewampnoot CoBlnghamlon parDonttits name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BinghamtonJi n 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TnEMDESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone pending a akelek and aeealptlon mar quickly Ions ucetuinDroDDirDalrpMee4D0ommnnlra sent tree Oldest encr ecunng potent receivePA runcJiomelr Illnitnird wccklr Tamest cir culation of any r lentlde I urnal Temp 14 a TWITJ fonrroonilu LtL Sold bj all TKwtdtalen YorkDrag CHICHESTERS ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS AlwareltebleLLdleaeknrncrlsttotCl11CiIESTEll8 rtbbonTkelmyotyournrucrtaormantel end bya1CHI CUESTEa OOBUIOAI CO 9100 Xitdlton Square JIIILA j A lisle LIa H I rTIi 3Tdd1tl3rIIrifwYluDa15sZFd rr Thea Cold m OEa TabletsIfl ml 9 c yFjI ENGINES SAW MILLS Pulleys Bolting Shafting Hangers Bnbbit Metals Oils Waste a kings Suction Hose Oil Cups Lubricators Valves Pipe and Fittings All kinds of Iron and Brass Castings All Work Done on Short Notice SelfOiling Car Wheels for Mills and Mines US Write for Catalogue Lees Maehin WorksI OWENSBORO KENTUCKY I Homo Phono No 449 Cumberland No 253 COLLINS SALOON EE R7hOR1D i YHandles tho BEST and PUREST Whiskies Winos and Brandies in town Old Parker Ryo Old W S Stono and Old ntcll1tiullllspecialties Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS CO I n ffff BESTIS THE Cff AP ST I JOMKeelfllSPenma 51rorThan Ty era7iftnywi Tiggr4r y X fiend Jar italyuc Jsllllllliltq Seven eipcrlpncrd teacher nuh an n lnll t In bU tin Orndnitu ot this mlkRn prrtemd by biulnru boos WI an now la our nw home ncaront corner Second and Walnut street the lntDad tct nrraniicil school InlMIng In th Hooth luillTMnnl lutraclloD feboul alon dllthejmr 8tuJiUcnncnUrnt nny timr VUltora alwnj wtlrom E1 UHIUI1T 1rwti tl t1C fm t1 S COST NO MORE TITAN PLAIN ONES IN White BronzeMarble Is entirely out of date Granite soon gels mossgrown discolored requires constant expense and care and eventually crumbles back to Mother north Besides it is very expensive White Bronze Is strictly everlasting It cannot crumble with the action of frost Mossgrowth Is on Impossibility It Is more artistic than any stone Then why not Investigate It has been adopted for nearly one hundred public monuments and by thousands ol delighted customers in all parts ol the country lthac been on the market over as years and is an established success Many granite dealers have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We have hundreds ol bcaulluldeslgnsof grades of workand want to hive you see them if you are Interested in a monument headstone mArker or grave cover On receipt of a postal card will be plewed to call with designs and- I sample of White Bronze Yours truly KyAgent Conn 1SOOOO ICureson everyrbox C I iN11I1tIJYnEa JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LASH HARTFORD KY 1Special attention given to collections making abtrsetsAcalso Notary 1ohlle for Ohio roan Ur Oeln north side public square O E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW HAiirroitD KY Will prtttic hi protection In all th court o AppealSpecialhie care O1aceoyerOhloCaantyfaskJ Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prattle hla prolcwlon In Ohio and adjoin nitcauntlni1 Hprclal attention given to BM ntruital to his can S P ROBY WFonUMVIIIrWill prurtlm bls profession In all the matt ol AppalSpecial O M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will prattle his probation In all Ib01lf1s ol HrtAloUnUolmOallMtlou a specially y E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice hll prnfnulon In all the roarUof Kentucky Hwrlal itttentlnn fInn lo collection tUUmontol decedent etatMrfind riuw and crlMlnal proctlc Officv upUlr ClrilDi block J S R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR II LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice hi profrulon In nil the eoarlol Ohio anJ ndlolnlnit ronntlr and the Curl ot Ap peal Prompt ttntloa Riven to all buiUfM MtrntUd to him Offlc No XI Onttr Street R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY- willpreedbiprofalonintbeoartotOhio aadadJilalMcoiintl Alan Nolr 1nbllc U ilEA RIf WISEST WOOIIWAUP IH HEAYRIN WOODWARDt o t y3 c lOIS J + llaarroso KT WI1I practice their prolnwlnn In nil the toertr- ofUhlncountyJ anil Coort ol Apiiraln up clul attention itUru criminal prartlrr and rollM lion llHc out door to Hank ol Hartford ltt6rf BARNES at LawAND COUNTY U ATTORNEYK Vlll procUre bls prulmloa In nil the CoorU ot Ohio aid adJolhlnK coontlM and In th Coirt ol Appeal Strict atUctlon will U IIIna to all bolnr ntruUd to bUrnr Collection a- epeaaltr OKIr In rn rthonM 1 iiof as our a represent ing close to one hundred and fifty car loads of Implements Yep hicles and Seeds in twelve months reaching the enormous sum of 01 t Ye mean to make the business reach t 30000000 for 1903 t4- I Our branch house at this point will occupy a very important a lace in assisting us in reaching this amount of business as we thave received several car loads of Implements and Vehicles and i several more on the road witch were bought right rind will bQ S sold right Now is the time for breaking Plows + 1 oe Gt The Old Oliver Chilled c S J c Cannot be downed and were headquarters for them A complete e line of the best Field Seeds that can be bought constantly on f 4ihand Old Reliable Studebaker Wagons j w e on top and on which we can make you correct prices Best Fencing Wire 220 Get our prices and gpt oui odds r Thanking our many friends for the Jig trade they have given T tusthe past year IIndtrnstJlIg we WIll merit 11portlon of your j- e valued patronage for the yearTO beg to remain V Yours for Business Ie iT JTURLEY Sn ACO- o f Jt4 + r- I l C r