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I It- j TilE IIARTPORD REPUBLICAN j t yearlFine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL om OFTEBP4BU IX IBHOma CON8REIIION4L DISIDICI 0 Subscription 1 a VOLXVIi HARTFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 271903 No32 1 WHEN LuffS ill STAKE The most tlmlll man will take tiy ropedroppcpefy log over abyss auytlilng that otTers a chance of eagerly snatch wetTHefor the meatim to that end Ther are thou M1ItS of men and wumen whosej llvei are at stake who are hlnderea from accepting the one U3eans safety by oollsh prejudice Plercca Golden Medical Dlacovety hu the means of restoring health to many men and women whose hollow cough bleed- Ing lungs erna and weakness seemed to warrant the state phlalclanaThere no cure ble- UIo on1tAI Jutujicinet has cured thousands of suffering men arni women 1 Only ftw Dr II ffta Ooldn Medical PIa- COny I think I wOllld be In my 5TYe today eoWyomln UIwotltu the ttne both day and night I fri ndl all thollRbt I bad ronlumptlon I wte hid taken IIr tteives Pnoril lmcrItIon md It had hcIe hir o nich ihe Intt on my t IdidDrliclnlThe sole motive for substitution Is to permit the dealer to make the little mOre lrOfit by the sale ofleaa meritoroua- IIledldnes lIe gains you lose IiIII A FAMILY LIBRARY IIII PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS I I 26OpiaiyraR25crsAcopyNO t rJERY NUtlOER COLETC IN ITSELF n Slop That Cough Cure That Hearsentss- ReIWteThsI TltHta Doitt suforwhmnthiriimiO cdthat YGG Mould flat It Sake B01le1a to relfne or ewe your trouble bo ann Uat 70U take thit which V1I1 do the work thr- ooughi Vo3da Iloarsen Here Throes TtckUflgU aDd ta fact any rOaehIt iroebt- this you haY rnm trea ooe1ion- ot patti ftccttd LJ- oDrOttos Spruce Gum Balsam QnrnteOd to Cure Tbla Is oneot the toast JfIftIarkablo oombl ratIon of remuiflet seata thes over taoietM to the mat his a reputi Ion second to noun known to modlcal scien- oPRtOE 26 AND 150 CENTS Ml by ID YoorUvrtnoiscttnrtmbI2a tar Warnlallould have attention Take Dr Carlstedts German LlverPowder lIt Is always Yrosh Which will at ono and a rare II UIrantL NOlneoRYtmlmeooxrerlenrl- dIntklolf llamo is will rellove II Uon likcpsthomWmaeh- riithl Li keen the lIrrllIht I pnoYIllJa the b aea and mnkii a now poison yoo- It proynta doctore bills Do no ome anDr Oarlstedti Liver POw derwiti cureynu II I porolvyogetabloand ran do you This I tho LI vet lid euroa Do DoUkA ADr oUttlr Bold In hottftI 25o and 1100 each Bold by aU- IMlon In MdIcIne TIlE AXERIOAN PUAEACAL 00 Sole ProprIetors- EvAzIYILLZ ICDUXA TIIbermanI 1 I I Leit Fur HOUIl InAIIlloa I I I I I EuropeR I IILI Wlo us Jdldllraa SI Chlceom For onatllRUOn uiitjiienauiuiioiatean4pertech Miss Ide M Snyder Treasurer of ho- Ur00k13n Elut Elld Art Club II women would more atlintioto their health Wt would Itave more happy wives mothut and daughlcrl and If they would observe ullathey would find that the doctor prucriptlons do not perform the many cures they are given tin conlulUn with mydru 1sth sd- t1nd McElrtea Wine of Careful nd med fords lackDtUfh sad so I took It sid have eves ttUOfl to thank him for a new life opened to rae LiIhrutord ht lth and It only took three months to curt JM VIl ofCatdulllneIl111atolofthe menstrual functions and is a mosteA- tonishing tonlofot women It cares Intysup rea cd toofrequent irregular monstrtation falling of the wombwhltet and flooding It Is wnen approaching woman hood during pregnancy after child birth change lifo It fro quently brlngl a dear baby to homes that beet barren years AU druggists have 100 Wino of WINEOFCARDU- Iiiir KONOMY OY GOOn ROADS DrOfOlRO T Winston rrtllelnt Stat ColIgi- olAgulcitlioreand Mechanic Arts Ualgb N Co at the North Carolina Oood noaell- CuDYfDtlon The subject that has been assigned to me Is The Economy of Good Roads I shall speak sather on the coat ol bad roads I bIB been calcu- inted Ibat the people of North Carol na sulIer annually from bad roads to the extent of about 10000000 In other Words1 they pay as Professor ifolmes so vigorously expresses It an annum mud tax sand tax and bill tax amounting to to000000 It la difcnlt forulo nnderstand bow we are paying O large a tax when wesee siotteoI the mone going out oC our pockets It is always difficult for people to realize that they Are paiiuga tax oale itis paid to the tax collector The average Imouut- ot to paid by citizens for the support of thb general goverinnent Is- eeatly 10 per capita Tbe cltlunl of North Carotlnare therefore PlY- ing ennually in taxes to suppoit the federal government about r9000000 Yet the State of North Carollla for Its own government collects Innnal Iy less than r per capita The tx collected for county purposes Is leis than 6 cents per capita This total of lesa thin I Go per capita for State lad county purposeS Is usually con sldereS a grievous burden while we pIty the lo ter capita to the federal government not only without a mur mur but usually wIthout even know lug that we pay It The same thing is true of the tax that we pay for bad roadlIhe mud tax the sand tax and the hill tax The tax Cor the federal government la paid without our knowing It on every article that la used In the kitchenIronware tin ware euthenare ou every article that is used in the dining roomUn eo china sliver cutlery IIa all our clothing from bat to shoes on household furniture carpets curtains wallpaper ou farm Implements and In abort on manufactured good of all kinds In the same way eveiythlng- we produce on the farm and carry to town every trip we make to church to IC1sOo1temlrlttt to polltfficior to a neIghbors lIoae Ilmot every act we pufor is taxed a portion of our ie000ooo tax to Md mud and- hilisonrannnal tribute ta bad roads flow careful we are t6 ral e a fine horse to live him the greatest strength or speed we are capable of producing by proper breedlr feed- Ing mud training but having produc ed tills splendid product we place him on a wretched road that reduces by at least half the powers that we have so carefully cultIvated Similarly we contruct with great trouble and with great expense a vehicle capable of at tamIng a tnsxlmum speed and carrying a maximum load and then as if to undo aU our work we put It on a road that does not permit it to carry hlIr the load oslo attain ball the peed ot which It is capable Not a basket of eggs Ii brought to market not a box of chickens a pound of meat a bale of cotton a barrel of ap pies or a bushel of grain but pay a tax to bad roads invisIble and huper- ctptlble but constAnt steady and in the aggregate destructIve of prolrea Iud prosperity The bad road tn Is paid evy mlii ute of every bout oeerydayin the year It tctle ltstlt I do not wonder the doctors and preachers and young men conic to the help pi Cap tails Alexander in Mecklenburg county They know the cost of bad roads The young men had tq ride around to see the pretty girls the preachers had to tie the knot and christen the ba blem the docsorsbad to usher in he new generation and usher out the old Necessarily in his campaign lu Mecklenburg county for good roads Captain Alexander found his most ar dent supporters to be young men preachers and doctors I think It mngbt be demonstrated beyond a reasonable doubt that bad roads are unfavorable to matrimony and In crease of population Ten ml1lonl of dotlaa annually 88- tribute to clay mud sand tocks and hills not to mention tired beasts gall ed houidera sore backs and profane drlveri DurIng the last twenty five years this bad roadtax has consumed au amount of money tqul to the taxable values of the whole State of North Carolina Onet nth of what we Wlllte annually on bad roadI would give a seven months term to every school in North Carolina moooo 000 thrown away on bad roads It in the maine aaiCev fj horee and mnlt- hI North Carolina wire killed aenu ally The farmer must not merely pro duct he nnat put his produce where It Cali be sold Inttbe1lnm data and even in more recent year beore the Western North Carolina Railroad was built connecting our mountain COuntry with the rest of the world how low wereproperty values beyond the mountalusi Tbey have been quadrupled lu twenty years by rail road connections Todaysteamabips have linked together eontinenta arid riveme of Iron are spread across the countr As was said yestei- dayjjj s railroads are carry lag freight at hall a- cent a mile a ton while steamships on the Great Lakes from Chicago Milwaukee Cleveland and Buffalo are carrying it at less than onetcnth- oma cent These great sections wIth their great cities that are favored by natures waterways arc not paying the sand tax the hill tax and the mud tax The money which woul4 have gone from their pocket to pay for bad roads has stayed In their pockets and made them wealthy Cheap transportation is the greatest factor that has built up the great cities ol America When Dii Wilt Clinton conceived the idea ola canal connect Ing New York City wIth the GreAt Iakes be understood the vlllue of good roads lie had not time to make them of stone so he made them of water and put on them an endless train of canal boats The produce of the West was carried to New York City at the cheapest rates then known and that made It the metropolis ofthe Weltern Hemisphere There la a proposition now to spend millions of dollars more deepening that great canal and widening it so that boats of 1000 tpns burden can go train the Great Likes to New York CIty It Is even proposed to make the canal so wide and so deep that ocean steamships may pass from Liverpool to Chicago It Is no wonder that all great clUes of the world have been built on the water Water Is natures good road and on water river lake or ocean spring up naturally centres of transportation and trade When man with skill and labor builds his rIvers of Iron be makes new highways for new clUes But there can be no grrat city no great prosperity wIthout cheap transportation During this generation we have made many improvements in agriculture I hAve heard people say that we are stationary In agricultural methods in North Carolina but there could not be R ton or agricultural pro duce raised profitably In the State If we followed the methods that prs- vailed filly years ago Improved methods ot cultivation reduction in rates ot tratiapotatlon new lines of water communication new tines of railroad new processes of handling crops and greater economy and skill Iii marketing crops make agriculture possible today In North Carolina It fa largely tbe lack oC good road that keeps agrIculture in our state from larger development and prosperity Whit the ocean does for Europe and Ant rican what the railroad does forth Eastand West what the canal does for New York and the Great Lakes good roads should do for every rural district iu America A hundred years ago probably four fifths of the people of the United States lived in the county and owned the larger part of the wealth Today about onehalf of the people live in the country and they own much the smaller part of the wealth One rca son for this remarkable change Is to befound iti the burdens which bad roadaimpose on thi mural population There is another feature of this question to which I will allude The payment of money la not the only tribute nor the chief tribute that the country la making to the destructive demon oC bad roads You will m- emCthber an ancient legen that the city fThebea annually Sent twelve of Its eboleestyontha and maidens as a sac rifice to the Island of Crete Each year the vessel with white nails was manned in the harbor sect the cholc est gtrisand lads of the city were put in the vessel and carried as an offer log to appease the wrath of the Mino taur A similar sacrificefar greater than millions of moneyis made an- nUally to Our cities a nd towns by our rural districts the sacrifice of their choIceat youth I do not claim that there should be no immigration from the country to the city I know that if there were none if country boys ceased to go to cities In a few generations there would be no cities The cities would lose the power and strength the vigor and manhood the push and energy that they get annually from country boys The Ute of the city Is ever me newed with country blood This Is not merely In buSiness but iu the professions In literature ut and science in every tma4e occupation or position demanding Intellectual nero vous moral or physical power in medicine or law In machine shop or in halls of legislation Nlnetentbs- or I this power will come In each gencr- atlon front Gods green fields and for ets There la no accleent no sentiment no mystery about it The boy thitrls s with the lunj eats his early z eat goes out and breathes the fresh morning air rune through the Woods hunts the birds and rquirrehs plays with the young animals and ploughs the CUnOA Is the boy with strong arms and healthy stomach with brawny nerves and muscle with physical mental and moral power needed for time great work that the world demandi In this fashion Were devc1oped Washington the Pather of I his Country DmnIeI Webster cur I greatest orator Patrick Henry Abra ham rtnCQlu Stonewall Jackson Zehulon Vance The losef Its best manhood Is thc greatest tax that the country is paying to towns and cities This lost must be controlled and diminished We must have cities and towns wi are willing to give some of the couu try boys to carry on the work of cities and towns but we must not give np too many We need theui In the country to build up country home The country horne la the unit of power character and civilization for America We cannot control the nero vous and vicious Ute of the city City people do not desire the kind of lives they seethed forced to Iivenerv- ous restless unhealthy lives lives In which they retire laterse late and find it impossible to control their children They cannot help it A large city is a maelstrom A great strong man comes from country to city he does a great work he finds great opportl1nitlea tot the develop ment ofhls powers and talents be leads a brilliant life and leaves an honored name but it iaa sad fact and seemingly a lav of nature that he sacrifices the calm health and I strength of rutal life for the nervous activIties of the city Ills descend I ants do not Inherit his power Let us preserve and liiild up country life Let us keep the boys and girls on thetfarms Let us carry the town to townc IEconstructing neat instrumentalities of travel cf trade ofsoclal intercourse and educaf tlon- J Buy It Now Do not walt until you or GomeoC your family are sick nigh unto death and then send for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy but buy it now and be prepared fdr an emergency It is the one remedy that can always be depended upon In the most severe and dangerous cases For sale by all druggists m- r A OASXORIABe- ethe lime Kiid Yos Hate Alnrn Bought ptuzo temeterlesGods Acre If there is It spot on eamth that should be carefully taken care of withr loving attention it Is the city dead called by those who love thea dear and gone Gods AcrecOn the first arrival a orp city It is usual for the fltruger to goa on Sabbath evenings to Gods Acreu Having become acquainted thea klndhearted hospitable people Hartford I walked out to what is called Oakwood Cemetery Imagine my surprisenot to use a sling term to fiqd not a Gods Acre hut the most dilapidated uncared for graveyard or Potters field I have ever seen Have you visited it lately Did you notice the neglect of the graves How the tombstones were n4splaced sunken graves a home for snakes and no roads no care I doubt very much ifmany of you have been there foryeara Now friends la this might Do you ever take your children there and show them where their dear grandparents lie and do you point out their graves and tell them how dearly they loved you Well I judge not Do you remem her way back id your boyhood days how that dear father and mother wOrked hard so that their boy would not have as hard a time all they had Dont you remember going to bed with some fancied complaint and in the night your dear mother gently coming to your room you closed your eyes pretending to be aaleephow that dear mother would stand agony on the features she loved so dearly and lost in the thought of the future she pictured in her mind her boy grown and that she was leaning on him forI love protection and support but a little while those dear eyeswereI dimmed in death How often IheI thought of death and how desolate her own boy would be Do you remember hoW your old gray haired father would quietly pass through your room fearing he would wake his boythe boy that promised to be the stay of his old age Hewore homemde jeans heavy boots done the work so that his boy could get anI education that he now had an opportunity to get I know you rememI ber these things Dont your xdri1 go out to the unkept grave of those dear ones and a blush of shame should mantle your cheeks Possibly you Inherited money lands etc from those dear ones Is it asking too much from you to see that their graves are kept green It costs but little but it shows respect for those who loved you lam sorry I kit Impel1edto write this about the 1ivlng but could not refrain from showing my respect for the dead M M C0VLL Keep Xt In Tour Hom And when the bowels fall to act properly take a dose of LyoNs LaZATIVS SVRUPIt acts gently but effectually ou the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear For sale byJ ThoaIUlcn RoillDeKy I fltii r INDIAN BOYS MUST LEARN FARM WORK Orders to Agents Issued by Corn missIoner W A Jones Washlugton February 2JMr W A Jones commissioner of Indian af fairs has issued a letter of Instructions to all Indian agents and super Intendenta of schools directing them to lay greater stress during the corn lug year upon the practical teaching of agriculture stock rajslng and kin- died pursuits at the Indian schools nd upon the Indian farms The efforts of the past do not op per to have borne adequnte results Edthe commissioner Is determined that mOre attention must be paid to tbls feature ofthe Indians education THe commissioner la not enthusiastic over the plans ofcertaln Indian advocates who want to teach the pupils music painting and other accomplishments lie feels that the Indian must make his living upon the farm and that Instructions in milking Is more deMrable for the good of the Indian than lessons On the pIano lie has orered the agents to grant em ployes their vacations during the school year instead of in the summer the work on the farm Is impor aut In the course of his letter the ommniasiMler says The pupils must b taught to work nd do it Intelligently They should be placed in the fields merely for- rudgery or manual labor alone The armers industrial teachers and other mployes of Indian schools are Instructor not laborers Their duty is to instruct as well os labor The principles of agriculture are to bes nculcated as well as the habits of labor You are directed to have each su- pcrlntendent keep a farm hook which must show in detail the trans ctions relating to this work An accurate account should be kept of all upplies furnished the farm cost 01- 81me salary of farmer and other paid mnployea names of pupils detailed tu arm and days or hours worked there on the number of acres in cultivation with subdivision of acres devoted to- pecial crops the amount of produce argreitatlng as far as possible as to show quality with relation to- creage devoted thereto value of the- rop according to prevailing market iTce so as to Indicate produce sold mount and price produce Issued and sed by the school with lii value and- iflount and value oC same on hand p The scratch of a pin may cause the loss of a limb or even death when blood poison results from the injuryt An danger of this may be however by promptly applying Chamberlains Pain Balm It Is on antiseptic and unequalled as a quickf healing liniment for cuts burns For ale by all druggists m r CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears thoASf aturoor Draw the Line at Fraud While it is impossible to protect Investors against visionary schemes itIshould be entirely practicable ttJ punish those whose Jiractlces are fraudulent The ststutcs under whlcb the getrlchqulck promoters are indictedI prescribe a ttrm in the penitentiary not to exceed seven years Cor any per son who resoita to a trick deception- or false representation to obtain the property of another Consplratrrs who combine to obtain money under false pretenses can be puulahed41ya term iu the county jail and a fine A rigid Iqvestlgatlon should be carried forward to test the getrichquick transactions for any form of fraud to which the statutes apply When a swindler Js caught he should not be permitted to wriggle out of the pen alty or allowed to confuse the real points In the case Cheating is a real criuie and any attempt to make it pass for foolishness raAhnesa or mere passion for speculation will fail before an honest jury In all ages many persons with mono ey to invest will chase bubbles and conic out losers Hundreds of etck holders were drawn Into the Keely inoter and It Is impossible today to form a final opinion as to whether the Inventor believed himself or not Thousands have spent money on per petual motion Schemes for piling up profit fast are especially numerous il tlsb times Some of the prCljtcts- aleal11y but others are fraudulent and under the laws the latter kInd are It crime If the indicted promot ers Inthla city put forth any false statements they must answer for breaking the taw that declares such an act to be a felony The thought less and Ignorant are protected to that extent Ptople who think that ab norm lty high ratca of interest can be coupled with sound security cw not be restrained In that opinion but IIi they are victimIzed by false state ri f r HU di I miiiis the law should step in and its purpose be executedGlobeDemo crat A Preacher SWears Mr Wesley Qulgglns relates no amusing incident In connection with Quince Johnson in some of his magistrates episodes In tying the nuptial knots Qtlnce in full dress with n beaver hat ou was seated in the ream of a large wagon load of wedding at tendants en route to a marriage where the magistrate was to pellolt1 the ceremony The majority of the attendants who were unacquainted with Quince mistook his minlsterlIke suite his slopeplpe hat and his solemn looking coUntenance for that of a preacher The wagon was going at a high rate of speed when It struck a stump and the jostle of it sent Quinces high hat skyward and Into R mud puddle When Quince realized the condition 01 his hat he was heard to exclaim What is the matter wlth that dn fool drive any way A young lady who was sitting in the front end of the wagon and who was awed by Mr Johnsons parsonlIke appearance was heard to exclaim to her companion Oh did you hear that preacher swearing 1 Get Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets for biliousness and cut out calomel and other drastic drugs A sacJNasal Catarrh quickly yields to treatment by Elys Cream Balm which Is agreeably tomatle It Is received through the nostrils cleanses and heals the whole surface over which it diffuses itself A remedy for Nasal Catarrh which Is drying or exciting to the diseased membrane not be used Cream Balm Is lecogulzed as a specific Price 50 cents at druggists or by mail A cold in the head Immediately disappears when Cream Balm is used lly Brothers 56 Warren Street New York M The hottest place In the world is Tusco Arlz In proof of this It is de elared that three wicked men in that town were simultaneously whirled into eternity at the end of three ropes aud it is supposed they took the lightning express trait to Hades In four days they returned toTullCO- ssayiug they needed tbelr blankets Tordenoy of the Tlmos The tendency of medical science is toward preventive measures The best thought of the world Is being given the subject It is easier and better to prevent than to cure It has been fully demonstrated that pneumonia one of the most danger diseases that medical men have o contend with can be prevented by the use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Pneumonia always results a cold or from an attack of in l1uenza grip and it has been obscrv- ed that this remedy counteracts any towardIprcvented lu many thousands or 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 implicit confidence Pneumonia often results from a slight cold when no danger is apprehended until It is suddenly discovered that there Is fever and difficulty in breathing and pains Itt the chest then it Is announced the patient baa pzteumonla Be on the safe side and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy as soon as the cold Is contracted It always cures lor sale by alt druggists m CASTO XABears theits Kind You llama Aiwiys 8e- s4er rtIo Adams Birthday According to the foreign religloun journals Dr LlghtCoot Chancellor of the University of Cambridge baa spent munch time during the last flf lean years in an endeavor to ascertain the exact date of Adams birth and has at last solved time problem Afler making thousands calculations he has dlrcovered that Adam was born at 9 oclok on the morning of Octq ber 2J In the year 4on4 B C That this la the exact date he says can be proven tothe satisfaction of any scl- entlst The learned divine has not yet been able to learn the exact date of Eves birth bat it is said that lie Is now gtabhliug with this problem and is confident he will be able to solve It within the next few years A Mothors Roc mmondatlon I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a number of yearsand have no he8itancy in saying that it Is the best remedy for cougba colds and croup I have ever used in my family I have not words to express my confidence iu this remedyMrll J A Moore North Star lich Fr sale by all drugglata us TOBACCO SUBSTitUTE Wors Thantbe W eclltSelf Ac ordlng to the Best Med- Ical Authority How would you erjoy a pipJul 01- I woodshavings satuated with a atrong- aolutiou of pepper as an afterdlnnel smoke Strange as this may scent CiS a substitute for tobacco it Is never theless used as such by lddiafla along th Alaskan coast Their theII utico imoflspractlce amoSg amuletS tO smoke the leaves of the tomato andI potato plant While these plaSts both contain a narcotic polsonthe smoking or leaves In moderatibn Is I harmless ptoducea a beavtif6tn1Amnhi b tbe smOKer wliE wflfl aiefrific- hadaclie And I1iit ulit ex- hSustion Ihsaiiityaaiclde have often beeu caused by immoderate use of these two weeds Rhubarb beet and even garden sage leaves are all smoked by farmers but are perhaps the least harmful substllutea for to baccoIn Jamaica gnnJh a vrirletyof Indian hemp is smoked byalldasses with terrible results Itia ntated that it was thla weed that wa Used by the leaders of the Indian mtiuity to drive the Sepoys Into the passions of rag lug mania which they exhibited dUI lug that ulpnlgn Ganjah smoking effects the beginner in a peculiar way While under its imifinence his senses oC tilDe sound and distance aretblit crated A single minute may seem a month a childs voice sounds like the rattle of a machine gun and a lit U finger may stein a mile long Contlriue use sayS the Spatula causes hRtalepUc fits and eventually Idlocity or raving homicidal mad nCSS Coltsfoot tobacco Is amOk ed by the rustics In smilll country places In England and is called by them the finest remedy on earth for catanh It la simply the powder d- leves df the common coltafoot a pant growing wild in chalky sOil The wokc causes no terrible arl effects although some say that kisl- OjtIrlouitO the eyes nnd It C1tliIt dOes relieve difficult breathing In SwUzeilanda weed found gtow lUg In the Alps tlldmSt1n to- bco Is smoked iu great quantitfi Like coltatO t tobac ou Jt8pew dered before using sOd causeS the smOker tO become a ment land phsI- cal wreck Dried holly leaves the bark of the willow tree apd leaves of the Stagshorn sumllchare all amok ed by the American InIans and are the least harmful of the substitutes for tobacco Indian tobacco or the leaf ofa kind of lobelia is smoked ez- tenaively and is extremely pOison orIIcldedly unpleasant odor Tho e who smoke it regularly become intensely nerv9us and are subject to curI iOns hallucinations In the Baiia- thas cascanllla bark Is an other Oarcotic that destroys the health mnd mind of the smoker Natives of Central America are Inveterate tiara fplmentotobac whIch thy make aUspiceitthroat and often causes cancer of the tongue The natives oC South Africa ere affected In a peculiar manner by the smoke from the dried leaves of the camphor plant The smoker trembles wIth fright at nothing weeps bitterly and uses ali aorta of words which do not in the least express his meaning The wild dagga another South African plant poisons slowly any who use itPamily Doctor Lyons LiV0 Syrup Isa vegetable preparation absolutely In effect acts gently on bowels cure3con atlpatlonbiliousness sick headache clears and makes the blood pure An Ideal remedy for children as as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RosinaKy- PhrenologistThis large bump ID- dlcaitta tbat Y9U ale ecentric The victimWrong prqfessor It indicates that my wife is strenUOUS RheumatlsmJroubUng you Noth lug better for rheumatic pains IItift Joints and sore muscles than Ramous Nerve and Bone Oil as C tS J II Wllllamli m CJA TOJl XA Bitin 1M K osHan Sfg ot tult- JItI c YOU KNOW WHAT yOU ARg TAK UlO When you take Grove TaeteleeCbIlI Tonld be cause the formula Is tqa net hot tim showing that It la almpll1rbl ADd QalDIDelD- B tatelOlI form No CUrs No 17 SIc FOR TWENTYONE YEARS IOatarrh Remedies and Doctors CuredI lEWIN ILTIn a Very recent corn from this placo comes tho news that Mr Arthur Ernest Xldd a- icl1known architect of that city has flado eomploto recovery front eatarrb of tho head from which ho hl1d suffered for Carlyaquarter ta century lIo writ9s tom 18 HamIlton avo UI am C years of ago and hito hM mylitobr typhoid Lover I got so bad that I andcloarlnghearingThono110 pounds remedyadvorUscdcut physicians treatments all ot which failed 4 I bad hoard and read of Poruna and asoIwolgh 172 pounds Never felt happier or merrier Peel Up topA EIDD If you do not dorlvo prompt and matte factory results from the usa of Pcruna write at once to Dr ilartmnn giving a full statOmnont of your case and ho will lxi pleased to glvo you his valuablo ad vico gratia Address Dr Hartman President of- The lIartmAn Sanitarium Columbus 0 Do Yotl Want This Gold Woare going to give t c now TenDollar Gold piece to the Correspondent orTlREPIJBLIOAN who sends us tho largest club of yearly Sub ScrinerS botoro no6n of Mon day April 5 Renewals count tho same as noV subscriptions whtii paid up ono year iniad vance A big priz for a ljt tIe workand ono of our correspondents is going to get It Why not yot We could got moro clubs by having tlio of for open to everybody but 1o limit it to our correspondents because wo want to show titom that wo appreciate their work for TILE REPUBLICAN Send in names and monQY- 3S rapidly as you receive thorn and ovwy subscription sent in will be crodtedto SinATTOCURRACOLbIjONEDAv AUdrugrrtataW Orllra llgaature In on each box 25 n ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY nwonroiATeD Talk beIng cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be It the whole expense II you say so We conneCt with all In dependent Companies For partlcu lan call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky ALFRED HUDSON BUlhDHR GONYRGYOR- Hartford Sty Building and repairing done by day or contract list hll Ntlmateot before you give your contract wiin- CLEAxtiG AND UELJNU CORE EOU CATARRH l- ears CREAM CAlM Eau and pleasant tone Contains no In IDrioua drug qolctLr ablorb ed Give at once It opens and Qeanie the Naaa- l1lIgM Allay lafla- flhitlom heal and Irotocts the Membran otOIH the t4onw of Taito and I limpu Large SIze 60 cent at Druggists or bj maUl Trial HII to cent by mull lmxJlmoTltIlwIc WarretHtnt New York I Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic 1 I has stood the test 25 yearS Average Annual Sales over One anti a Half MIllion i bottles Does this recOrd ofnterit appeal toyou No CureNo Pay SOc Enclosed wkh every bottle Is a Toss cent package of GrOvea slack loot Uver PLIk k1 IT Ulh 0 Hffo tl jItI1 rJ I Lor L 4j J k j i r t1 T c I 7 H Hartford Republican lisned bj the Hartford rnblUhlnftCorapanyI5C- OBPOBATKD JOHN UHNHT TIIOMAH Edllor rEzPao a- C=belandHHH043Souerli r veH3FRIDAY FEBRUARY 27 Kate ot Advertising TransIent adrerttoemenU 400 pet Itb flrtt mierUon 20C per Inch each additional tntertlon Special rates on yearly contract LowDOtlON lOo per liD flrtt Iniertlon c per lIDe each addltloaallDJertlOD Card ot thank reiolntloni and obltnarie 10 cents a line Caib In adtftn- crAi2OV1CEflEl I For Nude Senator we life antborliod to announc lION A B for State SenatorBENNETT M n candidate DUtrlct subject to from the BeTenth Senatorial the action ol the Republican party TV life authorized announce SL STEVENS BtaU Senator from the 8ev ILl ft candidate for to the action ol nth Benatorlal Dtatrlct subject the Bepubllcan partY W are authorized to announce D BAKER for State Senator from JinOADS ae a candidate the BeTenth Senatorial dUtrlct subject to the action ol the Republican party For Circuit Court Clerk We are anthorlitd to annonncF L SANDE Clerk Ohio Circuit Court FUR M o candidate for abject to the action ol the Republican party Wear authorUed to announce E 0 BAR BARS ai a candidate for Clerk Ohio drcultCourt abject to the action ol the Republican party For Bepreaealatlvo- We are authorlied to announce DR A D PARK ae a candidate for Reprwentatlre from Ohio county subject to the action ol the Repub lican party re are authorUed to announce OEOROE BAKER ai a candidate for Representative from Ohio county eubject to the action ol the Bepub Jfean party DEMOCRATIC platform for 1904 Damn the Rigger HAVISO BO recently passed through a like ordeal we extend our profound sympathy to Editor Cicero Sutton in the loss of his mother TilE Elkms Antitrust Bill prohib iting rebates to shippers passed the House by a vote of 241 to 6 The anti trust Demo six were of course crats QEHHANY wants a scrap She wants it with the United States and it looks like she is going to get it un less the U 8 allows the Monroe Doctrine to go by MR ALVA TAYLOR humorously re marks that he has been accueed of most everything else but was never accused of being a Republican until the Herald did it this week MR well he asked us not to give his namewon our prize of a pony and cart for contributing the biggest he to TOE REPUBLICAN and this is ItliThe Hartford Herald never told a lie J T THOMAS cashier of a bank at Grenada Miss says President Roose velts policy of appointing negroes to office in the South will lose him many votes in Mississippi But what does President Roosevelt want with votes in Mississippi BROTHER Felixs duff at Post master Tinsloy this week brings to mind the fact that he had a spat with Postmaster Milligan several years ago Uncle Sam ia a little unkind in not letting Brother Felix himself do the postmaster act at Hartford 1 Mn ROUT J BREdHNRIDOE who held for some time the office of At torney General to which Clifton J Pratt was elected has formally an nounced bis candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Governor Wonder what his object is in going up against the Beckham machine BECAUSE we loved Hartford wo begged its citizens to take some inter est in improving its streets but its citizens wont get interested Because we love Hartfords citizens we are gwyne with the majority and were ready to swear that Hartford streets are as good as any reasonable citizen could want themin the summer time just after a light shower HERALD VS PROVIDENCE- It is unfortunate that the Hartford Herald persists in charging an act of Providence to a Republican postmas ter On account of the impassible con dition of the roads a part of the issue ci that publication last week didnot go out in the mails to Beaver Dam on the day of publication and for this the Herald holds Postmaster Tinsley responsible Of course every body knows that Taylor Lewis has the contract and are under bond to the United States to carry the mail to Beaver Dam and their failure to do to can be in no sense the fault of the postmaster The Heralds twad dIe about the reading of the ther mometer has nothing to do with the case as the rords may and in fact have been comparatively smooth with the reading twentyfive degrees belowOld citizens here say they never knew a time before when the bus could not run between here and Beaver Dam but none of them fault the bus managers for it The con diLlon of the roads has not been so bad in the memory of the oldest in habitant as it was last week and the public needs no sermon to convince it how practically impossible it was to carry heavy mails However Tay I lor A Lewis are Democrats and the Herald can not charge their failure to carry its papers to purposes pout ical We sympathize with the Her aid in its failure to deliver itself on time but the attempt to fix any part of the blame on the postmaster is the merest tommyrot Wood Tins ley is spoken of generally hero as the most efficient and obliging postmas ter Hartford ever had and these are expressions not infrequently made by Democrats too Now neighbor please be good and dont charge the acts of Providence and the failure of duty of Democratic mail carriers to a Republican postmaster t FORDSVILLE Miss Ola Gaines went to Louisville Monday for a visit Mr Charlie Reynolds spent Sunday inOwensboroMiss Taylor of Masonvllle Is visiting at Mr J B Howards Mr Will Plland who is ill of con sumptlon went to Louisville Saturday to be with his parents Mrs Vere Jatboe nd children of Hardlnsburg are visiting Mrs Jar boes parents Mr and Mrs J B HowardMr DeWeese passed through here Monday en route to his home Mr andMra Allle Graham of Nar rows were the guests of Mr and Mrs Mack Smith Saturday and Sunday Mr Fon Rogers was here Tuesday We extend to the editor and his wile our very great sympathy in their recent bereavement Mrs J L Davidson and daughter Miss Ada have returned from Pitts burg Pa Mrs Charles Huffdled at her home near town Monday morning of measles after an illness of only two days The funeral services were held here Tuesday morning from the Baptist church by pastor J T Ratcllfle with Interment at the town cemetery Mr Ollie Newton of near town was robbed of 150 in Owensboro last Friday night It Is reported Mrs Bettlc Johnson of the Johnson House has purchased Mrs J R Walkers property and will soon occupy the same Everybody is playing flinch these days The game seems univer sally popular Mr Perry Cooper and family moved into their new residence Monday It is a beautiful modern cottage and Fordsvllle would be greatly improved to have more like it Mr Shelby Ford and family have about recovered from the measles Mr J B Howard is confined to his home from injuries received by tailing from his hay loft Mr Lee Meyer of Robinson Nor ton Co was here Tuesday Mrs Charlie Sweatt left Monday for an extended visit to Paradise Mr and Mrs Thomas Sutton ol Louisville were called here this week on account the death of Mr Sut tons mother Mrs Charles Huff Another son Mr C T Sutton and daughter Miss Ara of Owensboro were here Tuesday for Mrs Huffs funeral DUNDEE Mrs Bettle Cole and children are visiting Mrs Coles parents near Mt Vernon Miss Effie Bean visited her sister Mrs W H Renfrow this week Mr and Mrs Joe Westerfield have returned from a few days visit to Mr Westerfields parents Mr Byron Bean has purchased the property of Mrs S J Hines and has moved to same Mis C L Armendt who has been on the sick list is improving- Mr Gus St Clair of Olaton has purchased the property of Mr Joe WesterfieldMessrs Wilbur and Bob Dover have moved into to residence formerly OCt cupied by Mr Byron Bean Mr A R Renfrow ia still rapidly improving and will soon be out again Mrs Mark Renfrow and daughter Miss Mollle who have been at the bedside of Mr A R Renfrow returned home this week Mrs S J Hines is very sick at this writingOur resident physician Dr Mc Dowell assisted by Dr Miller of Sulpur Springs performed a successful operation in amputating the frostbitten foot for Mr Robert Lockery r Waived Examining Trial Hawesvllle Feb 2JThe two young men arrested here Saturday night on a charge of passing raised bills waived examination in the city court yesterday afternoon Their real names are R L and C L Will iamson brothers of Askins station Ohio county They will remain in jail until the March term of courtun less the government takes charge of the cases SULPHUR SPRINGS- Mr Ed Stevens Livermore was the guest of relatives and friends here last week Miss Zella Cummings who has been sick for some time is out again Little Josie the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs CI Boswell has pneu monia Little Miss Esta Daniel entertained quite a number friends Wednesday eveningMr L Sandefur was In our midst last week Mr T S Boswell went to Jingo Tuesday Blizzard Triplets In Incubator Kansas City Mo Feb2Mrs Mary KInney of 2416 Campbell nt a the wife ofO T KInney n wholesale coal dealer is the mother of triplets The babies are all kIds and are in perI feet health The doctor says the bft bles will Hvec E ch child is perfectly formed The largest weighs about three pounds The others weigh be tween one and onehalf pounds Ow ing to the extreme cold weather and the impossibility of keeping an even temperature in the house the doctor placed the babies in an Incubator The temperature in the incubator is kept at 95 degress Before the ba bles were placed in the Incubator it was impossible to keep them warm and they would not sleep or tatI Since they were placed in it they have slept almost constantlyI IN A NUT SHELL J H Tlllman who murdered edit or Gonzales has been denied ban Tjie Kansas Legislature with 160 members employs 300 officers Garden seed are a hundred per cent higher than they were last year M E Ingalls the big railroad mag nate is a candidate for Mayor of Cin cinnatiThe total yaluatlon of the taxable property of Christian county is 19 000000Body snatchers have robbed moreI than 200 graves in Knox countvI TennesseWashingtons birthday was pretty generally observed throughout the country Monday The German city of Berlin refuses to let a statue ol George Washington be erected there GOY Cummins of Iowa is a can didate for the Republican nomination for Vice President Circuit Court convened at Hop klnsvllle Monday with 91 divorce cases on the docket The grand jury has Indicted the Warren County Fair Association for allowing gaming on its premises Chicagos chief health officer says a most violent epidemic of small pox Is sweeping over the country Ellis Duncan the Louisville phy sician who shot Bruce Head for despoiling hlshome has been acquit ted Earl Woods a seventeenyear old Indiana boy murdered his lather mother and sister and then committed suicideTwo dangerous lions escaped from Wallaces show near Logansport In diana and citizens of that section are greatly excited President Roosevelt has announced that he will call an extra session of the Senate unless the canal treaty is ratified before adjournment March 4 J W M Field an Owensb ro dis tiller has been awarded a judgment for 50000 against a New York firm for forfeiture of a fifteenyear whisky contractThe steamers City of Louis yule and Queen City left New Or leans early yesterday morning with full heads of steam and are racing against the time record of the old Robert E Lee To the question Do you take this man to be your lawful husband etc a Clark county girl said No and the wedding stopped She said her father had sold her to the man she was about to marry Dead at Age of 112 Paducah Ky Feb 2Mary Burton colored said to be the oldest wo man in the State is dead at her home in Graves county near Mayfield She claimed to be 112 years old Records show she passed the century mark some time ago She enjoyed good health almost up to the end She lived in one house with the same family sixty years Hanged for MurJer of Officer Stroudsburg Pa Feb 2JCharles Grether was hanged here at 1045 to day for the murder of Constable Strunk in September 1901 Strunk had gone to Grethers house to arrest him for robbery when the latter shot the officer to death Grether was coco victed of murder in the first degree and sentenced to be hanged Since his incarceration he has twice broken jail and the sheriff who conducted the execution is under Indictment for allowing Grether to escape Baby Born in Pesthouse Evansvllle Ind Feb 22A girl baby was born to the wife of John Roach at the county pesthouse near this city last night Several days ago both Roach and his wife were stricken with smallpox and removed to the pesthouse They have the disease in violent form but the child is in no way affected The county phy slclans vaccinated the baby this after noon It is a robust child and the physicians think it will live S OLATONIW T Young Son have resumed work on their warehouse being de layed on account of the heavy snow fallMr O S Bond of Vine Grove was in our midst Tuesday Mr John F Allen of this place Is in the western part ot the cqunty buy Ing tan bark Mrs Josle Ashby of this place went to Horse Branch Monday and returned Tuesday Rev Bristow filled his appointment here Saturday and Sunday TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Toke Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet Al- ldrnllIt refund the money lilt fiilU to cure K W IroveH ulRuntnro In on encl box SIc ACCIDENTAL SHOT Causes a Bullet to Lodge in Leslie Whittakers Shoulder Uvermote Ky Feb 23Satur day night about 10 oclock the special police of this place accompanied by Leslie Whittaker started to raid a negro dive In the east end where they supposed a game of craps was in pro gress On the way to the place the police walking behind fell down and in the fall his pistol was discharged taking effect In the shoulder of Leslie Whittaker making a serious wound If not fatal This pistol was a 44 cal- Iber Colts Today JD Riggs and Beny More head came up from Calhoon and arrested the negro porter of the L N passenger train who is charged with being accessory to the robbing of Trammell Hacketts store in that he received and sold the stolen goods which charge was made by the prin cipal who Is now in jail awaiting the ictlon ofthe grand jury The pris oner was taken immediately to Cal hoon and placed in jail A Card to the Public Having purchased the long and well established business of Z Wayne Griffin Bro I desire to thank my friends and patrons for the encouragement already given me since I have had control of the business and I take this method to Inform the public that the business will be continued at the same stand under the same firm name and I trust with the same liberal patronage that the firm has en joyed so long I will keep on hand at all times a full tine of fresh drugs and druggists sundries which will be sold at the lowest prices The exper- Ienced and accurate druggist W H Griffin will be retained at the head of the prescription department and 1 assure you that alt prescriptions will be carefully compounded day or night Satisfaction guaranteed Respectfully solicit your trade I am Very truly yours 303t Z WAYNB GRIFFIN Land Sales for Taxes By virtue of taxes due me as Sher lfl of Ohio county Ky I will on Monday the 2nd day of March 1903 expose to public sale at the court house dcor in Hartford Ky the fol lowing lands viz Kirtley Jno A 140 acres taxes6 70 Sullenger C B agent for G B Sullenger Iso acres land 10 70 Snllenger C B agent for M E Whittinghill 130 acres land 7 80 Petty Jno H So acres land fJoCAL P KEOWN S O C A Liberal Offer The undersigned will give a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to any one wanting a reliable remedy for disorders of the stomach biliousness or constipation This is a new remedy and a good oneI All druggists um FORDSVILLE- Mrs Eslle Kirk of Owensboro is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J H Smith of this place Mr Shelby Ford shipped a car load of cattle Wednesday The death angel has again visited our community and taken away a good Christian woman Mrs Allle Hufl She was sixtynine years of ageProf Park Hark went to Owensboro TuesdayMrs Missouri Brown of Owens boro was called to the bedside ot her mother Mrs C C Bratcher who Is suffering of bone erysipelas Misses Alberta and Edna Blrkhead of Whltesville are visiting their sis ter Mrs Ollie Hull of near town Miss Mattie Westefield of near Narrows died last Thursday ot measles Funeral services were con ducted by Rev J H Walker of this placeMr John H Smith killed a mad dog last Friday night in his yard Miss Mamie Jones of near town spent Monday night with her cousin Miss Artie Smith Mr Coty Gaines entered school here Monday Mr Dlllas Mosley of Magan visited the family of Mr J B Rice last weekMiss Elton Hufl of Sulphur Springs Is visiting friends and rela tives at this place Mr Alfred L Hudson of Hartford was in Fordsvllle Sunday Miss Nancy Smith who has been very sick is improving Argon 011IA great medical discovery Cures Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble For sale at Griffin Bros Drug Store Another Lie Three Forks Ky Feb 26 19 4 Editor IIARTPOD RKPUDUCAN I see in your valuable paper a horse and cut given to the biggest lie contributed to its columns In this month I am not much on the lie but will do the best I can for you I am a blacksmith and in time of the Spanish American War I Invented a gun that would shoot 17000 times a minute as long as the ammunition lasted and it would throw rocks for three weeks I was very well satisfied with that Then I made an airship and went to the North pole in one and anehalf days I climbed up the pole about zoo feet and looked at the surrounding I then got down and gave my airship away and walked home in four days HOUSTON litcs n TT Constipation Docs your head ache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver I Aycrs Pills arc liver pills They cure consti pation headache dyspepsia 25c All drujjlits 1I1 BUCKINGHAMS DYEMrian rOftum na P MILL A Co NUHU NH SHERIFFS SALE The Commonwealth ot Kentucky To the Sheriff ol Ohio County Dmtlng We command that you expose to sale the estate of E A Maddox towlt A tract of land bounded and described as follows Beginning at N E corner of tract of laud bought by E D Walker of EG Render a popular and white oak thenct S 106 poles to two hickories and dogwood thence E 33 poles to n stone thence N5 E 13 poles to a stone thence N 15 E 14 poles and 15 links to a black gum and ash thence N r4 poles to a Spanish oak and hickory thence N 38 E 14 poles to a dogwood thence N a4 E 54 poles and 18 links to a atone thence W 92 poles to the be ginning containing 40 acres and the same conveyed to said E A Maddox by E D Walker and wife by deed of recork in the Ohio County Clerks office Deed Book 8 page 498 levied on as the property of E A Maddox and subject to the purchase money lien of said Walker on said land which according to our commands you have taken lnto your hands sand which still remains in your hands unsold us you have certified to the Judge ol the Ohio Circuit to satisfy Lizzie Walker Executrix of E D Walker deceased the sum of One Hundred and Seventyfive Dollars with Interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from the first day of January 1877 until paid also 175 with like interest from January ist like1Interestpaid Also the stun of 1230 which in thesame Court was adjudged to the plaintiff for her costs in her behalf expended whereof she Lizzie Walker hath recovered execution against the said E A Maddox by virtue of a judgment of the Ohio Cir cult Court and that YOU have the said sums of money before Judge of 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 Court House aforesaid this 14th day of Jan 1903 S A ANDERSON Clerk By L I MORTON D C Pursuant to the above order I or one of my deputies wilt offer for sale on Monday March and19I3 be tween the hours of i oclock p m and 3 oclock p m at the Court House door in Hartford Ohio county Ky the above described property TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with ap proved security required bearing in terest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a Sale Bond Witness my hand this 14th day of January 1903 CAr P KEOWN Sheriff Ohio County y 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 that a convention be held in each of the voting precincts in said district on Saturday July it 1903 at 2 p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend a county conven tion to be held at the county seat of each county in naid 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 Saturday July 18 1903 at i p m to nominate a candidate for State Senator in said district The representation in the county convention shall be one delegate for each 25 or fraction over 12 votes cast for McKlnley for President in 1900 and the basis of representa tion in the district conveutlon shall be one vote for each loo or fraction over Jo votescast for McKinley for President in 1900 The candidate re ceiving a majority of all the votes cast in said district convention shall be declared th nominee of the Repub lican party for the office of State Sen ator in raid district NICHOLAS BARRASS Chmn M S RAGLANE Secy v o Colds II I had a terrible cold and could AycrsCherrymediate reliefW Layton Side 111 coughbeably For its first a cold then a cough then bronchitis or pneumonia and consumptionCoughs downward Stop this downward tendency by takingAyers Cherry Pee toralITirse hull ISt S0ctf All nnl Contnlt your d trIJt he UTI take thin do ai hi tilft noi to lake It then dont take It lie knowi Lekie It withwillingJOAYKR Mill HOW THEY STAND In the InquirerRepublican Rub ber Tire Buggy Contest Miss Jessie Reynolds 2 jt 2 Miss Leila Hunter r 8V8 Miss Uessle Barnes 1212 Miss Laura Morton 1008 737MissMiss Sophia Miles 610 Miss Mottle Bean 600 510Miss412Miss308MissMiss Lydia Tichenor 208 Miss Jennie Armstrong 206 Cut this out and take it to all drug gists drug stores find get n free sample Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic They cleanse and invigorate the stomach improve the appetite and regulate the bowels Regular size 25c per box Call for Convention At a regular meeting of the Republican Executive Committee of Ohio county held at Hartford Ky Jan uary 5 9 3 It was ordered that pre cinct conventions be held In the va rious voting precincts of the county on Saturday April 4 1903 at i p m for the purrose of elec ting delegates to attend a delegated convention to be heldat Hartford Ky on Monday April 6 193 at i p m for the pur pose of nominating candidates for the offices of Representative and Circuit Court Clerk It Is is also ordered that the candidate receiving n majori ty of the votes cast in said convention shall be declared the Republican nom- Inee of said convention It is further ordered that the basis ol representa- tIon in said convention shall be one delegate for each twentyfive or frac tion over twelve votes cast for Mc Kinley in iQto On this basis the several precincts are entitled to the following representation in said con vention viz s 7West4Sulphur4CromwellCool Springs 3 4SouthSelect 5 7Roslne 4VestMcHenry 8 Centertown 6 Smallhous 2 7Vest4Shreve3BnfordBartlett 4 3CeralvoPoint Pleasant 2 3RalphNICHOLAS BARRASS Chmn J M DaWuESE S- ecyWorry Almost Unnerved Me Heart Pains Short of Breath Faint and Languid DrMllesHenrt Cure and Nervine Cured Me ofheuttroubleIne and I am Jiut aj sound as a dollar in that organ today For several I had Dreathinthadshort pains about the heart sometimes accompanied with flutterlutr vrould make me and The least excite meat or mental worry wouU almost unnerve me Iclt that the trouble was crowing worse all the time and after many remedies prescribed by physIcians without obtaIning was Induced to Ivc your seconddaysymptoms were removed and have never WKlaAcomaThere ore many svmtitomsof heart disease which so those of more common nervous disorders as to frequently mis lead the attending physician In cases of heart trouble stomach kidneys liveror lungs become affected Again the symptoms be those of weakened nerves as feeling sleeplessness timidity the Is easily to 1thoute- auae If hove the least suspIcion that your heart Is weak Itudliyour symptoms and begin the use of the reat heart and blood tonic without a days delay bottic on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkbart Ind ROBYhOTEL1T Best 100 Hotel in the City Your Patronage Solicited 117 Fredrlcn Ht Owmnboro Ky 1- 4Cumberland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co Incorporated Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place of business My business has Increased andmy wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition G PI NOWLIN Mar Biliousness Chronic Invalids FWhen the hear Is torpid and fall to 60 Ira work r the blla enurt th blood as a TlroUnt poison TUn comes eonatipauon bUlouaneas sIck beadacM fesri and malaria The only ti atjont that gives the lifer just UM nhl touch sod itaru Nature1 work In Lbs rijni manner S- Ip IAMOWS LIVER PILLS ANDTONIG PELLETS The nOTtooehM the liver and UK pellets Scol SbI truem doses for 9d n Dj un your ease la tec Unsly tnd you NXW trtll be well b foro you BnUh lhem Sample free Poraaleat 905all dealer For sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky MIDWINTER SALEI 1r1MMi1 QfIJl I Q Qf Mens Clothing going at prices you cant afford to miss Boys and Childrens Suits marked away down r Shoes our specialtyior our micUwintor sales a Get these Bargains while they last We keep no shoddy stock Everything firstclassIDress Goodsthe latest outIHats we are headquarters for them This is our Midwinter fair dont fail to attend Yours for trade SAM EACH L P BARNES BRO- SMidWinter Reduction SaJeMEANS A BIG SAVING TO ALL WHO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE CUT PRICES Great Line of Overcoats Wo can still show you ns good a lino na most merchants show nt tho beginning of tho season and wo will sell themI at from 10 to 331 per cont cheaper than former prices Now is your opportunity to buy a good Overcoat at a very low priceILadies and Misses Wraps Anoything on our racks in this lino will bo sold at from 10 to 50 per cent reduction You elm afford to invest in ono of these garments for next winters uSO These prices means money to you and n loss to us but wo dont mean to carryover a garment that tho price will soIl Winter Waists and Skirtings Wo have Skirtings on which wo arc giving 25 to 50 per cont cuts in price Goods which wo sold ut from 75o to 1 per yard going at tIlt round price of 50c per yard Waist goods that sold at from 15c to 25c per ardcut to lOc and 15c per lard All seasonable and serviceable merchandise that you have only to see to appreciate More New Goods Our buyer has just returned from tho markets with now fresh Bargains Fascinators nt 25c 50c and 75c Ladies Vests and Pants 25c 50c and 1 Union Suits 25c 50o and 1 Mens and Boys Gloves 2c BOo 75c and 1 tons Underwear 25c 50c 75c 1 and 150 Mens Wool Socks 25c to 40c Ladies fleeced Cotton Hose 15c to 25o per pair Misses and childrens Wool Hose 20c to 25c Overshoes for all ages and sizes Leggings at from SOc to 1 per pair Heavy winter Shoes forMon Boys Ladies and children Rubber Boots for tho water and mud Heavy duck and windproof work coats from f to 3 Bring jissomo good firstclass timothy or redtop hay or shucked corn and got merchandise that will meet tho de mands of tho season at prices thntimenn n saving to you E P BARNES I 9 BRO BEAVER ICENTUCJC- Yk3 DAM iOllensb ro KyMain Street between Trl let and Dollrer Beet attention given to itocklfcadqaartcr for ohIo CouDtr people JAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor f Li = T A- zILyIIJIPIP i J u 4 v HI n y r F l L Transient Tradeb1dq Etfl1 what we always try for and GET We will d9 d continue until closed out our CLEARANCE d d SALE on Boots Overcoats Ladies Jackets Ib Bed Comforts Blankets Etcd d 125 buys ourMens heavy Boosformorprico175 = dQ 175 buys our wholestock heavy Bootsformer bit price 200 1 200 buys our best Mons heavy Bootsformer bM d4 price 300 bit d4Tho above are the best values ever offered at the prices d 400 for Mens Beaver Overcoatsformorly 000 bit 000 for Mens finest grade Beaver Overcoats former price 000- dqf 398 for eons heavy Ulster Coats storm collar regular price 000 = I 41 Special prices on Boys Overcoats y- t 4ur remnant stock of Ladies and Misses Tack ots = tfi41 Misses Jackets 2 to 5formor price 5 to 750Zk Now is a splendid timo to buy Bed Comforts and itI 41 DJnnkets According to the groundhog wo arc to y d3 have plenty of winter yet A big saving to you to i41 buy now Beautiful n11wo01114 Blankets former il rice 500 now 400 Extra quality 104 Blank i 9nd dd Bed Comforts 8geformer price 1 and 125 Ex 9- dt trn sntino1ined Comforts former price 150 now 41n b1- d 41 b 4All the above arc bargains that we are Zt d3 sure you will appreciate Call early and ox bit amine the qualities of each article we ad i41 vertlse You will find them exceptional y- dn tyvaluesI C1 y 1TRADE AT THE BARGAIN CENTER d d a bF- h 4 A jd I It 41 Q y 1 = i i W iiiiiiiniii II H II f If If f 111 If It 1111 Do Yotl Want To Btly Real Estate Do Yoll Want to SellReal EstateI t The Answer will Generally to YESI WII hatlelualhew oroan7oa want to tour lat wbero 7oa ran pt- bat I yow resat and at t mnm- yoawatto knOWU Ibe title Ii oalol- b proprty that 70 bay a lem1 badnes to lOll jour property for 7oaaad It Ie my blltlae to bllJ soar property U 7oa want to ern- Itememberlf7oa want to bayorrellt- ee mI Ill do the ballII Titles Abstracteda four tru- lySAAnderson RERLESTATE RGENT Hartford It r Hartford Republican n FRIDAY FEBRUARY 27 Mr R R Dlrkhead was In Ovenl boro Sunday Iuncbes at City Restaurant from roc up Mr Jo Parks Clear Run was In town Tuesday City Restaurant for an uptodate meal or lunch Co1 CM Barnett was la Washing ton City last week City RestaurAnt wants your trade during Circuit Court Beat the markets affords at Cltylle- ahurant Come and ace Preab Oysters and Plah at City Rea taurant and aerved in latest atyla- Niest y line of Candles Cakes and Fruits In Hartford at City Restaurant t For Cheese SausageCinned Good Cakes Crackers c go to City lea taurant Mrs Mattie Barrett entertained rev erat of her friends at BIS elegant din net Wednesday 4Mr H L Thomas jalphur Springs spent the first or tbe week wIth his son Mr JrH Thopae- t l Canoe Broil pay ask for Pan Rev O J Ban la oa the alck list this week Mr Ed Stewart Beda called to see uI while latowlI Monday Mr D R Kelley Deaaefield was in town the first of the week Mr Burton Kimbley of Ceralvo started for St Louis Saturday Nr Jana DtWeese Is spending the week with his fatnily at Truler Born to the wife of Yr Andy Rowan Hefllaon the 15th lest a boy Judge RtIt Wedding went to Pordnl1lc Monday on legal business Mr IIId Yre Z Wayae Orin have gone to New Orlana to atttJd the Mardi Gras City Restaurant kaedle the nicest line of Goods Ii iarUord Evertldlllr the rery beet Mt U C Barnett left Monday for Arklllli when ke will stay for lev enl tnonthe Mr R P Barnes or Beaver Dam is attending the Mardi Gras festlvl ties at New Orleans Our line or groceries Is always fresh and the best Prices the lowest CARSON tco Mrs Sarah Collins South Is In the Rut buying the spring stock for the Economy Dry Goods Store Mrs Sarah Hines of Dundee has Ild her small farm nil pretty relll deuce property at that place to Mr Byron DealS Just In a complete line of Corsets all new and of the latest pattern at the popular prceaof 50C and fl at Carron Cos Miss Dens Woodward who has been visiting hienda here for several days returned to her horne at Beaver Dam Tuesday Remember we discount all the heavy winter goods we htCla stock both for ladles and for gents- CAtuloN do Co Mr Henry Canon audi Mlsa Nell Austin will leave Monday for the East to purchase the eprlsg ellfor the fire of Carson Co With all the dash of Spring time OUR haberdasher will lead in this section in qIUty style and price Remember the place you should come to first to Carson Ie Cos Ladies for Sprtng bats do not for get that our line will be complete with the latest stylea Ow popular milliner will go to tuarket in a few days She wilt return with all the newest Ideas of spring fashion Priers at rock bottom Qtve her a allC- ARSOW Co Miss Sophia Warner is In tome vllle Mr R C Taylor of Cromwell Ims moved here Hon A S Bennett Bedn was In town yesterday Mr Clarence FIeld went to Louis yule yesterday Miss Llrzle Walker was In louis yule lilt week Mr S T Brown Centertown was la town yesterday Mr Paul Woodward McHenry- was In town Wednesday Mr R W Ragland Horse Branch was in town yesterday Mr WIlliam Morris of Ceralvo was In town yesterday Mr Larkin Williams Centertown called to see us white In town Non day Mr Ben D Rlago member of the State Board of Equalization Is at home this week Mr H P Neal who has been con fined to his room for the past three months Is at his office agaIn When you come to CIrcuit Court Monday drop in to see us and get a receipt for your subscription account Mr Harvey Axton and family of Beds left yesterday for Cotorad where they will make their future home Mrs JessIe Webber or Owensboro attended the marriage of her brother rrr Mack Allen at Horse Branch last night Mr Ernest Stewart who has been attending the State College at Lax Ingtoa Is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Victor Stewart near Deds We pay the highest market prices for Foully Eggs Butter Feathers llama SIde Meat and all other pro duce you have to sell CARSON Co Mrs Allis Huff widow of MrChas Huff died at her residence near Fords yule Monday Mrs Huff was the mother of Mr Cicero Sutton editor of the Owensboro Inquirer On account of the Irregularity of the malta due to the fearful condition of the roans several or our correspondents letters dId not reach us In time for publication last week The advertisement la this paper of Davless County Bank Trust Co at Owensboro ought to Interest many persons in this county with money to Invest All business with them Is treated confidentially WANTEDMen and women to call on our correspondents In their beau ty and pay up arrears and one year in advance for Tlta REiviiucen and thus help the correspondent to win oar to gold prize for the biggest club sabscrlben Yr Will Berry Tlcheaor died very suddenly Saturday morning at his resIdence Just above town Ills death was due to disease of the heart Mr Tichenor was an excellent cltizen and leaves many friends to remember him Mr Tichenor was the lather of Dr Tlcheor of Centertown When we say we are going to con trot the clothing trade of this section this spring we do not feel that we are exageratlng Our line of cloth lug will be In In about three weeks and such an elegant dIsplay was nev er before the public in Ohio county Come and see for yourself Our prim will be the lowest CARSON Co Our publication of a list or Ohio county citizens paying tax on 15000 or more seems to hIVe been an item of Interest Our attention has been called to the fast that had Mr EdDavl sons list Included his property In Grayson county his would have been the largest Individual lift In the county Mr Davison devotes hIs whole attention to farming and stock raising and owns more farming land than any other man In Western Ken tucky Mr DavlEon owns sooo acres of farming land In Ohio and Grayson counties and the greater part of It Is rich bottom land lying a long Rough river and Its larger tributaries Little Mabel Dead Saturday morning little Mabel the five year old daughter of Mr and Mrs J H Thomas died of flux and was burledSunday in the family bury- Ing ground near Sulphur Springs At Last Alter many silly attempts to provide sewerage for the public square a sensible effort Is at last beIng made A deal has been made with Mr Lou Tweddell to furnish power to pump water from the river to the tank lathe court house yard The contract for laying the pipe line has been let to Rufus Rooks who put a force of men af work at It yesterday The work will be completed within a few days OHIO COUNTYS WEALTH As Reported to the Assessor for JI the Year 1903 The total value of the taxable property of Ohio county as shown by the Assasore books Is tFor 1913 3793220 For 1902 3411958 Increase for 1903 321262 Supervisors raise 5903 151624 II rr 192 r56r57 Grand total for taxation 03 3lJ88H- II rr 111902 3568115 na FLOOD AND STORM With Fearful OddsPlaycd Agalns1 the Gray Family Mr John Gray and family la tin flats just back of the fair grounds hac- aa experience with the recent flgad and blizzard they would not care tc repeat Mr Gray recently move into the flats from the highlands and was not familiar with the dangers p Rough river floods Ills neighbor warned him when the flood began tc move his family and stock out of the flats but he remained with disastrous results To make the situation more rigor ous after the water had surrounded hIs house and cat oft possIble escape the terrible blizzard set In and snow and Ice and low temperature added to the already uncomfortable situation The water continued to rise after it got into his house and he moved his family and cooking stove Into the loft which was poorly suited for a livIng room and there for several days the family suffered grave anx Iety and discomforts Tile hogs and cow had been brought Into the house and even there the hogs had to be put up on the table to keep them from drowning One or the hogs was crowded off or the table and drowned Alter enduring this terrible sltua- tloa for several days the family were pleasantly surprised to hear human voices without Alfred Hudson and some other parties had come out In a boat to see about relieving them And It was n gloomy scene that greeted them The family housed In the small attic without fuel or the means of getting it the cow and hogs In the room below and la the stable with the Icy water half way up their sides stood Mr Grays three horses starved and frevn until two of them died that night and the other one died the next day hisIparty got some wood and arranged such other comforts as were possible for the family and returned for them the next day Kindly Said It is said that troubles never come singly and surely editor Thomas of Tnt HARTFORD Rnlt1DIICAN has found this true Just a few weeks ago he lost his dear mother bydeath and now he Is called upon to give up his little five year old daughter to the grim reaper Only last fall he lost his darling baby girl by death Mr and Mrs Thomas have the sympathy of the whole community in their recent bereavements and none Is more tenderly assured than The Heralds Hartford Herald Mrs Aultmlre Dead Mrs MaggIe Aultmlre died at her residence at McHenry Thursday night and was buried at the Hamilton bury Ing ground Friday Mrs Aultmlre was the wife or Mr William Ault mire and was formerly Miss Maggie Davis Mr and Mrs Aultmlre were married here about four years ago Two bunches of Chew ing Gum for 5c at New Cash Grocery Dan Burke Pardoned Dan Burke who was seating a five year term In the RddyvJ11e penlten tardy for being an accessory to the murder of J P McCarvey in Han cock county about three years ago has been granted a pardon Burke had served only about eight months of his sentence when he was pardoned The writer has known Burke since his boyhood and shares in the convlc- tloa of his Innocence We came down from Fordsvllle to Beaver Dam on the same train ou which he was taken to Hddyvltte and we were Impressed with the perfect confidence reposed In him by the de puty sheriff who had him in charge The deputy sheriff not only did not manacle his prisoner but for the greater part of the way did not travel In the same car with him Raising a Stake lIawesvJ11es city officers arrested R L and C L Williamson two lads from Asklus Station above Fords yule on a charge of raising the de nomination of bills by the scratching process Government officials have been notified or the arrests and will come to take charge of the boys at once AltenStewart Mr Mack Allen and Miss Mary St wart were married at Horre Branch last night Rev Joseph Acton was master of ceremonies Mr Allen Is a ron of Mr E Ii Allen or Owensbo ro and Miss Stewart Is a daughter of Mr Virgil Stewart of Horse Branch IiDA Mr Joe Bennett has moved to his farm recently purchased from Mr Harvey Axtou Misses Belle Shown Mamle Shown and Ira Mills of the Alexandria neighborhood were the guests of Mrs Savl11a Chamberlain Saturday and Sunday Mr Roy Iler OwensbOro visited his grandfather Mr W G Bennett this week Mr L B Tichenor and Mrs H C Baird attended the burial of their lather Mr n Tichepor at Hartford Sunday Mr E Crabtree has purchased the farm of Mr Joe Bennett Mr James Calloway was the guest w lor friends here last Saturday and Sun day bIrS A Bennett visited his daughter Mrs W C Ashley of near Hartford Sunday Mrs Cordelia Hoover and son con template moving to Owensbor In the near future Mr Azro Rowan lost a fine horse last week of distemper and several head of hogs lu the recent hIgh water Dora to the wife of Irl Warren t Bennett on the r5th a fine girt On account of the Inclement weather Rev W S Winkler Owensboro failed to fill hIs regular appointment at the C P Church this month Mr Thomas Smith of the Wash Ington neighborhood lot several horses during the recent sigh water Owing to the high water the mall between Hartford and Owen boro has been delayed for the past week being the first occurrence of the kind known r- ED CURTIS Attempts to Escape From Officer and Is Stopped by Bullet Yesterday evening Deputy Sheriff Clarence Keown and Constable Claude Rosagf Centertown arrested FA Cur tlson an old capias about four miles below Centertown Curtis did not give the officers trouble until they had pro ceeded somedistance on the way toward Hartford with him when he sprang from his horse to the ground and caught up a dub TheDeputy Sheriff dismounted also and drew his gun When Curtis saw the gun he ran and Keown fired his gun In the air to scarehim When Keown fired Curtis stopped and put his hand la hIs pocket as IHo draw a weapon The Deputy Sheriff then pulled his gun down In earnest and shot Curtis in the hip The prisoner offered no further resIstance and alter having some parties take charge of the wounded prisoner Keown and Ross went to Centertown and returned with Dr Tlcheuor who dressed the wound Curtis has au ugly flesh wound but the physician says It isnot a dangerous one Public Enterprise The citizens of Hartford are being called upon to subscribe to a public enterprise of Inestimable benefit to the town and w regret to say that some of our citizens who would re cclve the greatest benefits from It are doing the least This Is an undertak lag that measures the public spirit of our citizens and we shall at a later time be glad to give those who are pushing the matter the publicity their energy and public spirit merits Brannew Belt Patient lawyers anxious litigants tardy witnesses and lazy loungers wilt hear a strange new voice shout lag Come Into court from the belfry on the coart house whea CIrcuit Court meets Monday The old belt after calling men to the temple of justice for nearly bait a century became amused at tolling men to banquets of empty tables and split Its side laugh Ing at ludicrous disappointments The new bell cost s75 and has a very pretty tone IUs much larger than the old bell and can be heard several miles away May Its regime be blessed with more abuut ant dispensations of Justice than Its prede cessor Our Friend Gus St Clair Mr Gus St Clair of Olaton has bought a farm and residence property at Dundee from Mr J A Westerfild for which he paid t8oo After mak- Ing a small fortune in the hills of lower Grayson Gus began a piece meal emigration toward better farm Ing land About three years ago Mr St Clair bought the Cooksey farm just above Olaton and now he goes to Dundee where some of the best farming land la OhIo county Is to be had If one can reach the price Except for his bad politics Gus Is an excellent good fellow and speaking ot hIs politics recalls a story that Is Interesting Gus In a Democrat who always fights wIth the regulars and when the CourierJournalwhich he had read from childhoodwent awry on the silver question he order ed his paper stopped and sworeso his neighbors snythat he would ntV er take the paper anymore Gus missed the CourierJournal almost as much as he would the loss of a mem ber of llfa family but hIs math was out and he was too loyal to his conscience to violate It by subscribing for the paper again But finally tiring of the trouble of hunting up a copy of the paper elsewhere each week he hIt upon the happy expedl ent of having his wife subscribe for the Courier Journal It would be un fair perhaps to tell who furnished the money to pay for it Take Notice I AU persons Indebted to the firm of Z Wayne Griffin Bro or to the es tate of T L Griffin will please call on me and settle same as the firms business and the estate must be closed up Uoless you give this attention NOW the accounts and notes will be placed fn the hands of an attorney and you may have costs to pay All persons having claims against the said firm wilt present same to me for payment and any claims against the estate of said T L Griffin should be presented properly proven at my place of business in Hartford Ky oaoor before the first day of April 1903 Respectfully Z WAYNE GRIFFIN J 303t Executor Jll Burnots Aro impure matters whIch tho skin liver kidneys and other or n not take care of without help there la such an accumulation of them They littortho whole system Plplos bolls eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that tired feeling bilious turns fits of Indigestion dull headaches and many other troubles aro duo to thorn Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Removo aU humors overcomo all theIr effects strengthen tono and Invigorate lho wllolo system I had salt rheum on my hands so that I could not work I took moods Sarsaparilla and It drove out the humor I continued tts use till the sores disappeared bias- IlL 0Dnowx Rumford Falls Me k Hoods Sarsaparilla promtsoa to curD and keeps tho promiso- BARRETTS FERRY Mr Grover Nelson who has been at Central City several months re turned to his home here Saturday Miss Elnar Ford Harried was the guest of relatives here lac week Mr Austin Shrader returned from Arkansas Friday Mr J P Hart has Just returned from a visit to relatives at Short Creek Mr George Jonson and family have moved to Mr W D Parks farm near hereMr Andrew Sarvers and family moved from this place to II1tes Fills last week Mr Saw Davidson went to Hites Falls Saturday Mr Victor Robertson orGleadeaa was here last week Mrs D P Petty of Narrows was the guest of Miss Ida Jarl one day last week Mr H t Sapp or Pordsvl11e was the guest of friends here last week Mr Taylor Murphy retured from San Antonio Tex Saturday Mr Hardla Porter of Yeaman was here Saturday Mr Charlie Davidson of Shreve who has been quite aickis improving Mr Lewis Grant went to Owens boro Friday Miss Fannie Blacklock of Narrows Is the guest of her cousin Mrs Seth PayneMiss Ambrla Grant returned Sun day from a visit to her grandmother Mrs Petty Prof Wm Park was the guest of his sister Mrs Arthur Wilson of Sulphur Springs Saturday night We extend our heart felt sympathy to the bereaved editor in the loss oJ his mother The New Cash Grocery has just received a big lot of Bananas Apples Cheese Sausage Can dies and Cakesfor Court trade SELECT Mr S P Ramsey has sol9 his farm to John Embry for the consideration off450 Mr J W Keown of this place has moved his drug store to Cromwell Mr R W King and wIfe of China Texhave returned to their old home Born to the wife of MrT C Honey a girl Mr S W James and Miss Ada Allen were quietly married at the home of the brIde last Thursday Shultz Bros are going to Evansville wIth their logs do you suppose dip into that before you buy itl LionCoffee comes in seated air tight packages no chance for or dirt or things to get in- Clean Fresh and Frsgtanb THE LlGllTNUIG SEED SORER BEST ON EARTH Onarnnteod to gtvo enUre eatl- lacuon if no to bo returns 4 Nndcmoneyd lo uaod by rho most inexpert cnced man will lOW Go to AO AVnES PEn DAY welsh fern than ono pound t can be teed on horeobc U wef u on boaPrice at your Postot9c- o1Go TrY bo conrtDcod and eol happyiAGENTS WANTED I I SOLD BY D L D SANDERFUR BEAKER DAM KY DSALR- IxHardwaro and Groceries Harvesting Macliines Farming Implements Commercial For tililizors Gn den Seeds and Field Seods a x xS 1 Spring Tailoring f YOUR NEW SUIT If we take all the risk of it not fitting you in every waywill you let us make it for you Well do that and you shall be the judge Your money back if you want it You dont have to prove anything at all All you have to do is to want your money back and say so- Our Spring Woolens are now ready High class work always We can please the man who knows good tailoring when he sees it We have lots of readymade Clothing and Overcoats also Woolen Dress Goods and Trimmings which we will sell at greatly re duced prices A visit from you will con vince you that we have the BEST GOODS for the LEAST money We also worry a cOmplete line of Grocer ies and Furniture Bring on your Hams Eggs Chickens Geese Ducks and Feath ers and lets swap goods for goods and both get a good bargain Carson CoINCORPORATED Hartford Ky Dry Goods Groceries and Fnrnitureli x r X- 1r1Silit lt iti 1- xIartrora ennaokyA school of Actual Business Bookkeeping Shorthand TouchTypewriting and attendant branchesJWe have special arrangements with n reputable Employ ment Bureau whereby we can GUARANTEE POSITIONS to all students who complete n Combined or hortllnnd Course Business or Shorthand Course 3000 Combined Course 4000 Students may enter at any time and receive full in structions We continuo the entire year RII HANKINS President E W PATTERSON V Pres THREE FORKS Mr Columbus Lila returned fro Bowling Green last prldiy where h has been at the bedside of hu brother Miss Rate Moulder of Kepler la spendIng this week with Mr J B- Moulders family Mr n Y Cox of White Mills Hardin county was the guest of bla brother Mr J M Cox of this placee last week Mt H P Washer and wife of Cal lfornie and MIss Ida Washer of thIs place were the guests or Mr Houston Liles family last Tuesday Mrs Alice Lowe wilt return home from Indlaaapolls next Thursday ac companied by her mother Mrs Julia OgletreeMr ramify have return ed from Halifax Allen county where they have been visiting friends aad relatives for several days The New Cash Grocery will make special prices to people attending Court BOYS JooawaDttoloIDallOCnt GIRL00171 u1e OUf op- oportaaltr to bocome a member of en orgaDllat- lOD having eeeret Igae a password a ecro t code of writing end many otber laeclaatlDg feat urea rtverybod7 U joining For particular encloo a twocent tamp and addree STaa- JObDItOD428 W Main Street LaulnUl lay and beW also aendyoa a nice present YIIEE in Memorlum On the Toth last Mrs teveaa Tally came to Hertford from Owens boro where she lived with her daughter Mrs M T Wetmoreland She came to visit her relatives and friend I or Hartford her daughter was to ar rive In a week or ten days to ren rooms and care for her at her o- fhomeHartfordau she hail caucer of the stomach and her doctura did not think she would last ldeger than the hot days or summer but be lore her daughter could get her home affairs arranged to come to Hartford and take charge of her mother death spread Its Icy wings over her and claimed her as Its own She died instantly ou the 15th lust or heart trouble and cancer Mr and Mrs Westmoreland came on the first train to look after the remains She was laid to rest to Oakwood cemetery to justegrieved that she was not with her mother when the end time Consumption I Salt pork is a famous old fashionedremedy for con sumptionu Eat plentyof pork was the advice to the consumptive So and loo yearsago Salt pork is good ifa man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs mostScottsEmulsionisthemod ernm method of feedingfat to the consumptive Pork i too rough for sensitive stomachs mostSprepared for easy digestion Feeding hm fat in this way which is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thingabout the combination ofcod liver oil and hypophost- Phires in Scotts Emulsion thedparts a action on the diseased lungs A samplo wilt be sent free upon request B cur that this plct1In lathe form of a label on lbe- ownppu of every bottle 01- EmlllsJon yon SCOTT BOWNE tWMISTS read St N Y d Sr aU druggists J r i W sJ Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARYS HInols Central RallroadTlmo Table Nw time card taking elect Sunday Dee 1 1002 at noon Morth llonnd Sonlh Mminil No WJ due B87a m Ko 121 dn llI7 n m No IM dneS47n m No 101 due 847 p No K3 duel42 pm NolJl due 83Sp- Loenl m ilclRlitn- Ko 1M due 738 am No 193 dne S47 p m S D VAXMKTKB Agent FRANK JAME IS CLEARED BY YOUNGER For First Time Acquits slim of Northfieli Bank Affair Lees Summit Mo Feb 2ICol Younger slept on an old fsshlonc Missouri feather bed last night in the quaint little town of Lees Summit He came through Kansas City with out his Identity being discovered although two reporters who suspecte that it was Younger talked with him for several minutes finally becoming convinced that he wasOIDr Rockford Warrenbnrgas he told them he was II want to tell you something he said that I have never before told a living man until I reached Missouri And that is that Frank James was not present and had no connection wits the Northfield Mien affair Younger is staying at the hote here His sister Mrs Belle Hall who lives here was with him all day Younger has been worried more or less all day by two men representing a Chicago brewery who aver that he has signed a contract with them to sell bear for them in the Windy City but be positively denies it Then has been a stream of callers all day lRival Sisters Last November Alice and Alma Martin twins whose home is in one of the mountain coves of an upper Tennessee county read in a saatrlmo nlal newspaper of a gentleman who whlshed to correspond with a young lady not over 20 years old with a view to matrimony The advertise stated that he was rich had a nic home and that his address was Utica Indian Territory The twins opened up communication with the man whose name Is Henry C Bowing a farmer of the territory Both girl have been in correspondence with Bowing since Nothing was kep from him he being Informed that the ladled were twins and photos wer duly exchanged but the man Iron the territory was unable to decid which of his fair correspondents be liked best The gills were requested to visit the West and to have thel big mountain brother accompany them to see that the Intentions of Bowling were honorable and thing all the exwere as represented For penses of the undertaking Bpwinj forwarded sufficient money for the party of three Friday the trio start ed to Utica The girls are pretty modest and ladylike One is a perfect brunett while the other is a typl cal blonde Their family is highly respected in the communitywhere they live From a Hat A Louisville dispatch says that the police say they Safe la possession of information which leads them to believe that there is a suicide club whose members are composed ofyoung boys and girls in the east end of that city Two girls who have died within the mat year Agnes Moeller and Tracy Boerner are alleged to have been members ol the club according to the information that the police have re ceived The suicide club organized with a social organization of young people ten of the boys and girls having been of melancholy turn ol mind withdrew from the club and agreed to die one at a time It is said that the names are put into a hat and every six months there Is a drawing Both of the girls are said to have carried out the agreement without flinch fag and at the time of the suicide one of which was by asphyxiation the other by poison they were dress ed in their best gowns A member of the club who has since regretted en tering the agreement reported the fact of the clubs existence to the po lice who are having difficulty in find- Ing out the facts The Life of Man Man born of woman Is of few days and no teeth and Indeed it would be money in his pocket sometime if he bad less of either As for his days he wasteth one third of them and for his teeth he has convulsions when he outs them and when the last one comes through lol the dentist is twisting the first one out and the end of that mans jaw is worse than at first being full of porcelain and roof plate built to bold blackberry seed Stonebrulses line his pathway to manhood his father boxes his ears at home the big boys cuff him on the playground aud the teacher whips him in the schoolroom If he wears sack cloth and blue jeans men say hes a tramp and If he goes forth shaven and clad in broadcloth and fine linen all the people cry look at the dudel He rises early and sets up late that he may fill his brains and he growls and is sore and distressed because it rains and he beats his breast and rays my crop Is lost bcaue it JontTaln The late rains blight his wheat and the frost bites his peaches lIe carries insurance for twentyfive rear until he has paid thrice over a+ faall11is goodsand then he lets his one day and that saw e night fire destroys his store He builds him a house in Jersey and his first born is devoured by the inosqu toes he pitches his tent in New Yor and tramp devour his sustenauce He moves to Kansas and clyclone carry his house away over in MIsson ri while a prairie fire and grasshop pus fight for his crop He settles In Kentucky and is shot the next Jayby a colonel or statesman because he resembles sah a man he dldnt like lahl- Verily there is no rest for the sol of his foot and if he had It to go ove again he wouldnt be born at all for the day of death is better than the day of birth Exchange Time Cools Love and Friendship Have you ever thought how dlffi cult It is to find an ukbroken family lost of us are fragments of families here and there struggling as best we may We think of father and mothe and relatives now scattered like the mist of morning There Is some thing in thla that makes as forge each others welfare when we become separated How often do we write tl- a brother or sister We dare say II you sat down to count the days it has been months and perhaps years One Ina while a letter passes and telllof ofthe old love and asking to be forgiven for not writing sooner and then a long silence A telegram is handed to you your fingers tremble as you tear open the envelope you real that mother or sister died on such a lay You go away by yourself ant shed a few tears and regret a thousand times your negligence to the deal one It is now too late to do better iu days to come This great broil world gets too far apart The duties oflile so thoroughly absorb our time that we forget things that should be remembered SKINNED A POLE Forty Feet High to Climb Out 01 a Cavern Into Which He Had Fallen Harrodsburg Ky Feb zoThee- xperience of young DenuyTomllson- f the Hound Hollow section yesterday was most thrilling He was returning from church services at a late hour of the night and missed his way In the darnkess Suddenly the earth seemed to open and swallow him After falling a distance of some fifty feet he found himself considerably bruised and bleeding at the bottom 01 one oi the limestone caverns so nu nerous In that region Fortunately for him a thirty six foot pole had- been previously let Into the bole tot the purpose of rescuing a dog that had met with a similar mishap some years ago This he climbed to wlthli twelve feet of the mouth of the aper ureand by heroic efforts succeeded it cutting one by one footholds rote he rock and making his tortuous way tut of the middle of an awful fix He had fired many shots and called until he was voiceless In hopes of ringing a rescurer before taking the desperate chances of chlmblng unald ed He was In what was practically a living grave for over twelve hours which for a fifteenyearold youth vas a decidedly thrilling adventure Atlantas Saloon Laws The laws in Atlanta Ga relative to saloons demands That all saloons shall be closed at 10 oclock at night and remain closed tm 5 oclock the next morning That each saloon shall pay rooo per annum for its license That no saloon shall be placed outside fire limits save beer saloons the licenses of these being 2000 per an utnThat no screen or frosted windows hall be placed in front of saloons and they must be so constructed that it Is possible to see the back door from the front door In Atlanta a violation of the saloon law means a forfeiture of license and there is no circumventing this law Cheap Rates One way second class colonist rates commencing February 15th and con nulng dally until April 30th Tickets will be sold at greatly reduced rates to California Colorado Oregon and Washington points These rates will continue In effect until March 31- for Colarado and California points but only until April 30th for Montana Washington and Oregon points DlggsbyWhat did the doctor say was the matter with you Mrs Diggsby Nervousness He advised me to spend a few weeks in countryDl2gsbyVery well dear Which would you rather dospend a few weeks with your sister In Philadel phla or with my aunt in St Lo- utsATTENTIONS iVben In OmntborO call on Km CD Dillon donler In pure straight AVblaklM Apple nad- leach Bundle Agent Frank Febr Brewing Co Jug orderi will roeelre prompt attention Tbe beet fJOO Whbkey In the State LVm CUSHION Owensboro SHORTHANDA for every young man and womanLearn It Horn We teach all business branch es Correct methods Large patronage Enter any time GOOD FOR SI7S A WBBKt Write for catalogue LOckytarb BUliatii COile e EvanaTuletad r WATER FOR STOCK A Pint Ctoai Tankhouo and eta Advantages the Year Round On about every farm there Is an out door watering trough that supplies water for tho stock both summer and winter In hot weather It Is necessary to protect the trough In order to keep the water cool and wholesome and In win ter to keep It from freezing says a Michigan correspondent In the Ohio Farmer Tho accompanying photograph shows a building for this purpose and It can be built at a very small expense The shelter was designed to cover a long tauk witch seems to bo a general favorite with all classes of farmers The building Is 12 feet long studding sly feet high The distance from the ground to gnblo Is seven feet The roof pAmt TASxnousn Is an ordinary gable roof though only onehalf Is shown In the photograph Two sets of openings each 30 by 30 Inches are built Into the structure through which the stock may reach the water Two of these are shown In the cut Tblg arrangement bas tho advan togo of allowing stock from two dif ferent yards to use the same tank The openings are arranged with drop doors on the Inside These arc up In place and do not show In the cut It wilt be noted however that a small rope Is at tached to tho partition between the two openings which holds the traps In place and also raises and lowers them without difficulty These are of great Importance and should not be omitted from any such structure By a careful use of these doors one Is alilo to pack the tank and keep tho packing In good condition without much effort The width of tho building Is five feet which does very well for a three foot tank This gives ample room for pack Ing Obviously tanks of various widths must have houses built according to their dimensions but care should be taken that there Is sufficient room for thorough packing Wand yet no danger that the stock will not be able to reach the water without difficulty The bouso has been four years In continual use and I have yet to see the weather so cold as to freeze tho water so that cat tle could not drink A lion ScnlJliiHT Trough The cut Is presented by a Rural Sew Yorker correspondent as representing a scene on an Indiana farm at butcher ing time Ho says In tho foreground Is shown an Improvement over tho old method of using a barrel and heating the water In kettles and with hot stones This pan saves much bard work In lifting and tho bogs are scald ed better as the water can be kept at the right temperature The pan has a sheet lrotibottom and ends and Is ea rttttl noa SCALDING THOUGH placed over a small trench in which afire Is built to heat tho water In tho scalder Tho sides and ends arc made flaring and tho dimensions of the pan ore as follows outside measurements Bottom 33 Inches wldo and 5 feet 8 Inches long ends 23 Inches wide at bottom and 30 Inches at top sides 24 Inches deep 5 feet 8 Inches long at bottom and 0 feet 3 Inches at top The bottom and ends arc ono pleat and nailed directly to tho two Inch plno sides This pan cost fl and has been in use every winter by nearly all our near neighbors for ten years Try one Alfalfa Culture In Brief Plow deep early In spring and fit the land thoroughly Sow fifteen pounds of alfalfa to the nero and roll well after seeding Some prefer light seeding of oats with alfalfa Cut when coming Into bloom Never let go to seed or your stand Is a goner Fnrmorn February Work Tree trimming is good outdoor work on favorable days Tho tlmo of tho sitting ben and tho Incubator rolls round again Seed sowing In window boxes calls for attention Hotbed making begins with many gardeners this month It will not pay tho poultryman or the dairyman to relax his winter cares too early Celery and cabbage plants may be started In flats afterward removed to a cold framo and later planted In the groundSeed and everything necessary to successful spring work should be got ready before the rush begins Working over tho manuro heap la ono of tho Jobs of tho month THINGS THAT PAY Look Out Itor Yonmelf Dont Eptt the Other fellow to Do It Commercial fertilizers are chemical ly prepared plant food They are mix tures which contain or arc supposed to contain certain elements In solublo form which will Increase tho crops A fertilizer containing 823 means that you expect to find 8 per cent of plies phonic acid As there ore 2000 pounds In a ton this would give 20 times 8100 pounds of phosphoric acid In a ton so twlco 20 forty pounds of ammonia and twice 20 forty pounds of potash All these glvo you 240 pounds of solo Mo plant food In n ton Tim rest of the ton Is worthless to tie crop As we commonly use about 200 pounds per aero or a ton to ten acres this gives us sixteen pounds of phosphoric acid four pounds of ammonia and four pounds df potash per acre small amounts unot permanently 1mt prove the soil and 822 Is entirely too 1 If For Comfort In the Darn A correspondent who has always been more or less annoyed by the draft of cold air which circulates up the bay shoot In the barn near the heads of tho horses and In the sheep barn tells In an exchange of a way to prevent this cur BLIDISO DOOR TO IUT110Irent on cold days The overcome by making a sliding door at the lower edge of tho joists Before going up Into tho mow ono reaches up with a fork and slides tho door open and after throwing down what hay Is needed closes it as bo comes down again1Vhp We Mar Feel Happy Our standing Is better In tho commer clot world Our general respectability Is much higher Wo are beginning to take our place in society alongside tho bestOur young men are not quite eo anx lous to get away from the farm Very many are actually returning from the cities to the farm Farm lands are In greater demand and prices are rapidly advancing The farms of the south are paying larger dividends upon their value thun city property or railroad stocks or any other line of Investments Capitalists from all parts of the world are seeking to get possession of our best lands At homo and abroad the southern farm lands are attracting attention We must watch out and not suffer our heritage to pass Into other hands Georgia Cultivator Drier Mention The silkworms thrive in South Caro linn and a systematic attempt la under way to popularize the Industry Results of fertilizer tests at too Ala bama station appear disparaging to composting which Is a favorite prac tice with many planters Separato uso of fertilizers resulted better The onion Is ono of the most profita ble crops for the truck farmer Any good corn or sorghum land will grow broomcorn riant as soon aa frost Is past Ten to twelve quarts of shelled peas will plant an acre of peanuts says one authority tt7li ST iiX4Bean thelieKind u llawAlwars BoisM I 1Ip j eirMissl Elderleigh I hardly knew you Mr Roundabout You have a different cut to your hair yourshas DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK 4J 1 Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads tho newspapers Is sure to know of tho wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver remedyIt cal triumph of the nineteenth century dle covered after years of byDrnent kidney and blad der specialist and Is curinglamebles and Bright s Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr SwampRoot Is not recommended for everylhlng but Ifyou havekid ney 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of any 8oldbyallneweduiera- UNN ZMrl four monibi ai D New York Uranch Ufflcc OS P8twhtaglonD- tCIIICIIESIER S ErmLiSf- iPENNYROYAL PILLS of olItooJ top R tiaeq kteZ HmTr Almrt rdabl UullMMknniBrUtfof CIIICIIEMTEIfM EXULIN1I In Hed IUd cold metallic boze pealed with blue ribbon Take no olhrr It rune daiiffraiuaub tl futlaniitnd Imitation llarof rourllnirelrt or send Jr In Kampn for Partlraliin Teeth menial and toiler row Imdlw a otter br return Mail 1OOOO Teftlmonlala Bold by all DruorlstaoaionrsTKB CHEMICAL oo I10O aiiMtUon Square 111 1 UL PA Nada US paper G3 IZa 3MSSSMmSSSX Z + ii4 r To Care afdb5ooD Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven MSffion boxes sold In post 12 months This signature 7rr u ENGINES SAW MILLS I Pulleys Belting Shafting 1 Bpr8 Babbit Motals Oils Waste Packings Suction Hoed Oil Cups Lu bricalors Valves Pipe and Fittings J All kinds of Iron and Brass Castings All Work Done on Short Noticer SelfOiling Car Wheels for Mills and Mines r 5r Write for CatalogueS Lees Machine Works OWENSBORO KENTUCKY Honio Phono No 449 Cumberland No 253 u n COLLINS SALOON BaRTFORD E YHandles tho BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stouoan Old International specialties t Bock Beer Bock Beer B B COLLINS CO P Slj1 rm7ilrnyIfendfar ll4 U ttr Iriua Seren experienced tencben each one upeclnllat Inlib line Orailantn ol this enikge prrtrm y btulneM LOOM W are now In our ae h mr nramt comer 8 4nd and Walnatatnrttb meet and beat Arranged acbool building In the Bom h lndUMu U Inilructlon Ikhool la M lo iii theyear StoJ nU can enter nt r time VUltom al aj wtlcoine E J VRIIltlT 1rcml tl l JonetCOST NO ilORB THAN PLAIN ONES IN White BronzeMarble Is entirely out of date Granite soon gets mossgrown ditcoloted requires constant expense and are and eventually crumbles back to Mother Eartb Besides it is very expensive White Bronze Is strictly vetlasting It cannot crumble with the action of frost doss growth is an Impossibility It Is more artistic than any stone Then why not Investigate It bu- been adopted for nearly one hundred public monuments and by thousands of delighted customers In all parts of the cdnntry It has been on the market over 35 years and is an established success Many granite dealers have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We have hundreds ol bcnutHnldeslgnsof degof workand want to have see them if you are Interested in a monument headstone marker or graven cover On receipt of a postal card will be pleased to call with designs and sample of White Bronze Yours truly D I RHOADS Beaver Dam Ky I Agent for the Monumental BronzeCoof Bridgeport Conan cJlI CUNS GripI IIIn Two D1Y 1boxIPml1J G u11n1t f UNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY 1 toeedkrlUonaninki-sgabtrarbanalmNotar 1nblle or Ohio roan tj UMleenorthaldepubIleqan 0 E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW iiAitrinnn KY Will prBetI hi plOr oetIOD U al the conrtao ceunllreesdCqurtefAppeaiaH hi care Offlce over Ohio County flank JE DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice bU nrofauloa la Ohio aDd Adjoin nffcptintlM HpediU Attention Klreq to All hea retreated to hit caI I S P ROB- YATTORXEY4T TRW FORDJSTIILE UENTCCKT Will prartlnt bli profewton In Ml th conrUol I I tppealBpeclal r C M BARNETT- ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY WUIpnttlrntiproleulon In All tbtoirUol Ohio sad ndjolnlnn eoaatlc Ppodal attention will be Klrtn to all b lnn a eatrnnted to Sic ears Collection n specialty NEALAttorneyLaw HARTFORD KY Will prattle bls proleulnn la all th roam of Keatackjr Special ntUntlon iriTrn to collection ettlmvtol dcarlentetatrua1 eaw 111 crlMlnnl prnctlre Ulflce opttalra llrinn block J 8 R WEDDING AnORKEYandCOUNSEUORatUW HARTFORD KY win practice his profession In all the mart ol Ohio and adJotnlBK ronntlre sod the Court of Ap pain rromnt Attention pcla t11 All baalneM entreated to him Office No err Center Htreet WEDDINGAttorney HARTFORD KY Will practice hit rnrsslonItberoertaofOhio sad niUolnlna coantlen AUoNotArr 1nbtK U L IIKAVllIX gnsrATWOOPWARD HEAVRIN WOODWARDfI lttoritie attlUturuin Kr tyflpractice their prolrtwlon In All tllsoiUtlAnd hurt ol AM Hal nttratlon given criminal ptacttim AA4 entire hut once nut dour to Dank of llattfurJ W H BARNES Attorney at Law AHDCOCNTT ATTOnNpT I- nnTrol IKT- win practice bU profreilon In nil the CV nrU ol Ohio nnd adjoining rointlea And In LbOovrlpl Appeal Strict Attention will be irlren to All bvleaaa tntrwted to Ma car CuDettlont a epellty nm la ra rthonw S I A 4f e- rJjw jw TJW wjw wjw wjw wj jju wjw ju wjw py w w W jw W W jy jw j j t FAR BEYOND 1 i OUR EXPECTATION i tWas our trade for 1902 which closed a few days since represent ing close to one hundred and fifty car loads of Implements Ve hides and Seeds in twelve months reaching the enormous sum of 5 lO OOO AVe mean to make the business reach t 20000000 for 19O31- I4 Our branch house at this point will occupy a very important t tplace in assisting us in reaching this Amount of business as we c have received several car loads of Implements and Vehicles and J several more on the road which were bought right and will bee 55v sold right Now is the time for breaking Plows The Old Oliver Chilled j tCltnnot be downed and were headquarters for them A complete C line of the best Field Seeds that can be bought constantly on r- cr handYtThe Old Reliable Studebaker Wagons 1- c IJ on top and on which we can make you correct prices 44 Best Fencing Wire 220 Get our prices and get our goods t Thanking our many friends for tIlobigtradtheY haVegiVent us the past year and trusting we will merite ap n your x valued patronage for the year we beg tV remain t r y Yours for Busin ssfie c j fy t s 2 q t e T J TUFLLEY 8l COr iPpl l l lpfotCjfJV r 1 1 e