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IJ TuRAILIIORDREPUBLICAN Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL OKUNOFTBB PflT IX THB rOU2TU CONCaESSIQ rALDln IC7 Subscription 1 a year VOIL XV i u SHARTFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 61903 11033 Mothers QlrlThere hlatt ofttn a very beauttlal between mother and her dMigbtcr The luUn1l1cy Is frnnk laythecliflieti this Intlinncy The thUd In sPent and seems to shun her rllolhcr Inslo1a of Melting her change often occurs when the young girl Ia crossing the bore of woman hood She 1 more lAd nervona rear ful u abe enters upon this new experience The use or Dr PlercTh PnTOrlto Prescription At A wRi do more than rostore the normal balance or mind and Ixxl It wilt eatnbllsl the wom- Anll muncUon upon ft heels of health as w1l ul- mnmv Ni A pOmOtIothe ntoltbcuZbtut S1hilWilltintDoctorthat k 117 dauahttf wool hnt been In erae to theiianirt ndaht11 n be g- themmon Senae Medical Adylier finonDr1t il1 Sir Thtt Couch Clue That hoarseness Rellen That TightnEss IibothtI t Ide JloarlCnCIUI Sora TbrI m- Tb titi md In fact an7 lironebtat trouble Un u 011 hnyi rwonlbl from eougUn ot hti iillii uffuith1 lji- ioDtos Spruco Gum Balsam tOuurautoe4 to CurehI oniot the mod nal or retnNUAl eroti that baa eyerhbot eireil to the pople no1 hAl ii tto ooond to nnno known ttA lJdlcalltciellC- OPRIOE 6 AND bO CENTSGA CoaM ant cold are Vd on sour UnoI I not ft tlllt rlllh ftwtut Warnwil alwlllt haY attentln Dr Carlstcdts Gorman Liver PowdertUt Is always Frttlh WLch will relieve you et once aJllla euro Ii- junrntwi NolhOOll enlftioouperienco nItr1gItt 1 keen the Uier rllli lIyenta a the bur end meket e new person or It lroftIJ doctors hUla Do Dot om aitdlrwill cure you II tapurejvegaIablean4I ran do you not hholltDrekre In Moittctnft TImAKXnIOAN PUABMAOAL COuSol Proprietors ZtAJhILLJIIlnt11fA UPPlftcOHS MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAIILY LiliflAilY Th Best In Current Llteratur 12 Couiti Novrts YEARLY MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 2eso PEAYCAR 25cTaa COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES VENY NUU5t COMPLui IN ITICLI I t FSilberman U Largeit urfiouso In America Branch All Over Ew- eR highest cub price pa14 tot aU kinds or fW tori hold OUr shipment until rou tel oar prlee hit IVr1ttfwIsds WmeIIIttrseS- ILUERMAPI S HUbS t22tolMlchIcanSL ChtOogOtII rae ConslpntIoIIT- atoLyntle LexntlvoRyrup4 In tdcal rerio4y tot la a 11111 trcl1 hcnoltuuuderftIlCItvUlnhtInCCI rrIce0 jEDFORo- BUCKD1AU1i coNlRATIO Constipation Is nothing moro than B clogging of tho anl nothing lees than ltal stagnation or If not rellev If contlrntodautrerer could that is poisonous filth to remain In hr would soonget ro1h1 Constipation nil of contagIon Headaches biliousness tui4 many other all ments dkappear whim cons d Thud thoroughlcleans anti natural tnADJltjr wttbout of calomel or other Tic lent cathartics orItnal I CQ ld gglata In 2Contand1UO p aes tmI0iCIII ltthsUweh1kai ued IUor Ule tan tan 1 sever nft tIIi child- ant ftlJ othPl luaUn S th1ii I 10111- 11Dlur be abt to iytthontrOn eMut 01 baler cotlJUaUoD tollr tIIe4ldDe Ii all thU IIMpI cutLL5D i GOYYATES- Thrctens to Kill n Chicago Nowspa per Man Resents Story In So ciety Journal Alleged tbat Writer Sale Mrs Carter lIarrls01l Iitsboue ChIef Execttlve Wife BIG SENSATION IN CIICAGO Chicago Feb 28An extreorditia ry stort In which GoreiflOr Richard Yates took the leading part has Just been made public It was nething teas than a threat to lilt as tdltot and publisher ol It wUkly society newspaper of this city It Mrs Vatts name ever again appeared In the pub IIcation Accompanied by Col J if- trong Coy Yates paid It vllt to the ffice of the Club Pellow in the Au itorlutu Tower sad threatened to ill Editor P L Hardla The cll was wade some time ago but Ule circumstances of It have been uarded with such vigorous care that they did not become public until aowI Itld lurther because Loth men lire stilt a fighting mood and may open hose tmUee nt any time I have eight thousand men at sy back Coy Yates Is asH to have sbouted to Hardin and I would par don anyone of them who hilled you am Covernor I do not Icare a snap f my finger for any danger thnt- ight confront me lor shooting you down I would be free In nn hour Gov Yates held his hand la his- vercoat pocket where he stAted head It revolver Mltor lIazdln also ad a revolver In one ot his trouser ockets and Is said to han told the overnor that he had him covered ith his weapon and to have added If any shooting Is started I will ake a hand Editor IIar4i said late this after oon that he dM actcae te WIk- bout the uniter 601 Yatflt hI- Sprl8lIelcW8t rtedl cIted ken he above stateaent was sbow him t tobappened that Cot Strong was is guest today The to men retired to the private omcc of the exec tive mansion and ttlJedJor aa host At the end of thIs time GOY Yatel asked Col Strong to annuonce that he had nothing to say Tonight said Col Strong Gov Yates may Issue a statement At present he will not deny or confirm the story The trouble between Yates and liar din goes back to the visit of Prince Henry hi this city ilardltia newspaper appeared with 1ft article In which the writer compared Mayor Harrison wile and GoY Yates wife at they appeared at tlaa ban lltea Prince Henry at the 4uditotle The article wac not cojilmfntaiy- o Mrs Yates The article did not Jail ixto the hands ol Gov Yates until some time later lie was thrown into a rage atid declared he would seek the editor Along with Cot 8tlOnlr he called at theofiiee of the aevsperE- ditor nardl VM Ia hIsece at he time He heard the angry voices outside and suspecting trouble went outside Wltt you step Into your office We want to have a talk with you Col Strong said Oo In ahead of me No you iO first I never take chances Jardln replied This Is GOY Yates said Cot Strong Yes I aui Governor Yates aud I am going to settle with you right now the Govrenor Is said to hive answered I want to tell you that I would kill you like a dog I want you to know you cannot put my wiles name In your paper I am Governor and as Governor I can call on 8ooo men Now there tbe any kllllag- Hardin Is said to have answered If there Is I will take a hand in It Hardin leaned back in his chair end intorsied the two men that he had lila hand on a revolver and would shoot ii a violent Move were made against him The dlscusalon of the article was taken up by Yates After reading the article lIardln told the Governor that he was sorry the article apearI bat that ha ttzTed to be btlttl6 Ont InMlssoiri A Missouri edit who Is abost to pull up and leave for tack of support sarcastically remarks In parting that editors dont need money Dont worry about Jbe editor ke lay He hM a chazter frora the State to act as doormat for the Community Hen getthe paper out somehow and stand up for you when you run for office and tie about your pigeon toed daughters tackey wedding and blow about your bigfooted sons when they get a 10urdollar week job luid j weep over your shriveled soul when It Is released from your graplng body and smite at your giddy wltes second marriage Hell get along The Lord only knows howbut the editor will get there tioniehow Death of James Axton Mr James Axton died very suddenly at lal3 home at Horse Branch Thursday morning of last week HeI complained of not feeling well when he got up that morning and his daughter stepped ucross the otreet to call the doctorbut before the physI Iclan could get a dose of medicine down him he was dead Mr Axton was about seveutyyeara old and was a weltkUown citizen of Ohio county having lived here allI his life Mr AtonlJ scruputous- hone3ty In business matters was the admiration of those with whom he came In contact- Tile New DepartmentI The new department ot commerc wilt have the unique distinction of dealing with the largest commercial Interests of the world In domestic cxportl In manufactures In transportation anti in internal commerce the United States Is at the bead of the worlds list of great nations Some figures juat complied by the treasury bureau 01ltatlstlc9 which by the new law becomes a part otbe departmeat o commerce estimate the Internal commerce of the country at 20000- ooooo or equal to the entire Inter national commerce of the world In arriving at this estimate of 20 000000000 for the Internal commerce of the United State the bureau of transacIla act a very large number of nttl den produced pass through the hands oj several middlemen between those ottle prducer ntul those of the consumer Tile estimate Is based upon the figures of the ceusue which put the total value of manufacturers In 5930 at 13ornJooooooj those of agriculture at nearly 4 000000000- anti those of minerals ubout rooo- OOOuoo Adding to these thero duct of the fisheries the total value of the products of the great indusc tries la t900 would be iSooo00ooooo ud the rapid growth In cli lines of IJidastry since t900 especially In manufacturing seems to justify the conclusion that even a single transs btion In all the products or the coun tty would produce an aggregate of- fully 20000000000 Estimating the Internal commerce of the country at former census years by the same method the bureau ofastatistics finds that the Internal commerce has wn torn about aooo 000000 In 1850 to 3510000000 lu- t860 6s5ooooooo In 1870 7750 000000 ta 1881 and 2ooooooooo In 1890 It will be seen from this that the Internal commerce seems to have Increased 50 per cent In the decade toni 1890 to t900 and Is ten times a large In 19 as In tIe year i8o During the same period rom z85o to 1902 the population has increased from 23000000 to 79000000 and Is therefore only three and onefourth times as great as la r8so while the internal commerce is ten times as great as at that time This relative tla of internal commerce over popu- tatlon Is due la put to the greatly Increased facttie for transportation the cheapening of cost of articles util lied and the increased earnings and Increased wealth of the people The railroads have increased from 9021 miles la 1950 to lOI 839 mites In I92 nod the estimated wealth of the coun try 10m 7135780 In z8o to 94 300000030 In r900 a per capita increase of from 308 In 1850 to 1236 In 1900 This Increase In wealth has been accompanied by an increase in deposits In banks those in saving banks alone Increasing from f43431 130 In 1850 to 297094580 in 190r Meanwhile the foreign commerce has made rapid Increase though not ata rate oj speed proportionate to that 01 Internal commerce The liii ports of 1950 were 173Sr9 526j those of t92 f9o 320943 The exports in i8o were r44 375726 In 1902 fr38r719401 While It Is not practicable to measure the internal commerce of other countries with the annie accuracy as that of the United States It Is known that In agricultural products manu Jactures and mInerals the United States now outranks the other nations of the worldand that the transactions In these products whlch form the internal commerce may therefore be assumed to compass those of any oth St country The manufactures of the United States are about double those of the United Klagdom and nearly equal to those of Prance Germany and Russlacomblned while the val tie of the agricultural products of the United States far exceeds that of any other single country When a man can stand on the pIer ot Queenstown and converse without wire or cable with a denizen of New oundland as Marconi can we arc readay to takenny prediction In regard to the future without the batting of on eye f ST LOUIS FAIRS FEATURE A Tower to Tflake the Elffel Tow er and the Ferris Wheel Forgotten The Worlds Pair at St Louis will be notable while It lasts for the greatest tower in the world and the strnct- ure will be Its monument long alterI it Is over Its dimensions of course are what entitle It to Its chief preenilnenceIt will be rlSO feet high and 565 feet InI circumference An Acropolis at theI top of this column of steel wilt cup port II wireless telegraph station and- over It aU will rise the largest flag elalf ever made There will be an observatory too with a capacity of 7000 persona Elevators will run Inside the tower to this observatory and a palace excur don car will wind around It spiral railway on the outside The building will be called the Crystal Palace Tower because millions of ploceo of glass will hang with- In It and floods of vancolored electric l1ht will be turned on them The motive power of It aU will be cOIn pressed air There will be a lagoon- at the base of the tower with blocks osalt at the bottom and machine made waves to show the western folk r what curl bathing Is like- RecovercdSpeecliand Hearing Messrs Ely flroeI commenced fusing your Cream Balm about two years ago for catarrh My voice was omewhat thick and my hearing was dull My hearlng has been fully restored and my speech has become quite clear I Am a teacher In our town L G Drown Granger O The Balm dots not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50- cta or mailed by Ely Brothers 56- Varren St New York Benefits of Prohibition Finley County Kansas in i886 purchased II county poor farm They paid 23ooo for the farm and liii- provenleut A man named Adams contracted with the county commits to assume charge to take care f all paupers without expense to the county paying the expense out of the proceeds of the arm After a few years It leaked out that Adams bad up 25000 out of the poor honse arm and tic was removed A clear contract was made with the next su periutendent but he also niade a small fortune out of It and was re moved Then the County Cotnmis lone r made n contract with the Pro bate Judge to net as superintendent of the farm he to be paid an addis tlonal salary to have rent for himself and family free and to turn the proI cecds of the attn Into the county treasury Since the time of this contract the increase rom the farm has ranged1roin 4ooo to 7000 annually to the county Kansas is a Prohibition State and as the laws are well enCored in that county It has had only one pauper in the poorhouse In fifteen years Where is the county with licenses thatcau compare with Ite- o The first month of Spring Put your system in shape now escape the Ills that springtime brings For this use Ramona Tonic Regulator J H Williams JB The PrIce of Trust BoDdlngI Miss Isabells History oj the Stand ard Oil Company wilt probably run in McClures Magazine well Into next fall Miss Tarbell is stilt gathering material for her great work and spends n portion of each month la theI on Region and in Cleveland The current Instalment In the Mardi number Is one of the most eventful chapters yet put forth It Is called The Price of Trust Building and takes the Standard on Its triumphant career of benevolent assimilation of Independent refineries down to Its big fight with the Pennsylvania Rail road and the Empire Transportation Company In r872 A certain sworn affidavit of Mr Rockefeller himself la regard to hIs trausactiona with the widow ofa small rtfiner In Cleveland and the womans ausver thereto are printed In lull and furnish a significant Insight Into the methods of the Standard In those days A feature of alt the numbers has bee4 the illustrations especially the portraits which have been gath red with much care anti pains as the written records in the case Several portraits of Mr Rockefeller hitherto unpublished will op pearIda M Tarbell in the March McClures For bruises cuts burns wounds of any sortIor rheumatism stllfjolnts and sore muscles Ramons Nerve and Bone Oil is a prompt remedy J H Williams mI- F Kissed by a CoW Probably the most unique testlmo- ny ever offered In II court room was that by Mrs Emma Houghinan of South Omaha Charles Epstein claimed ownership of II leroy cow Mrs Houghman had him arrested and brought replevlr I proceedings 8hnutt teo sly Nbc 1 j the case was celled for trial Mrs Houghmau asked that the cow be brought Izito court Judge King per mUted It and Mrs Hougbman called the cow by a pt name Immediately the Jers y ivalLtI over to her and klscd tier by rubbing hr muzzle against Mrs Houghinann face Three times this net was repeatert and Mrs IIoughlDan was declared the owner m Baseball In the Bible A North Missouri editor who first studied baseball rules when a Sunday school boy enters Into the following antiquities of the national game The devil was the first catcher Itve stole first Adam stole second When Isaac met Rebecca at the well she was walking with n pitcher Sampson struck out a good many when hofeat the Philistines doses made his first run when he sltw the Egyptian Cain made a base hit when he lilted Abel Abraham made a sacrifice The prodigal son made It home run David was II long distance thrower and Moses shut out the Egyptians at the Red Sea Washington Times Well AgaIn The many lrleud3of John Dtonnt will be pleased to learn that he has enterely recoveled from his attack of heumatism Chamberlains Pain Balm cured him otter the best doctors in the town Morton md had fulled to give relief The prompt relief rom pain which this liniment affords Is aove worth many times It cost For sale by alltituggiute m- oasc 0El X4 0 Bears theTheKind Ycu hue Aiwin Oo- ett8r Sold Hard Cider Beaver Darn Feb aSA govern ment revenue Inspector came here yesterday And bought some lntoxl eating cider front two merchants and secured a bottle full from each Later he went to them and Informed them that they had been violating the revenue laws by selling intoxicating U quors without government license Matters were settled with the Inspector by each taking out government Ii cease The grand jury whIch con venes next Monday will probably talc a hand In the cider game READ IT THROUGH Twould Sioll This Story to Toll It In the Hoadllnos To ne an eighteenth century phrase this Is an oer true tllle Having happened In Q small VirginIa town In the winter of 1902 It Is a tory very much of the pruent Up to a short time ago Mr3 John E Mar of Melfa Station Va had no personal knowledge of the rare cura tlve properties of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Last January she says my baby took a dreadful cold and at one time I feared she would have pneumonia but one ot my neighbors told me how this renie dy had cured her little boy aed I be gan giving it to my baby at once and It soon cured her I heartily thank the manufacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy for placing so great a cure within my reach I cannot recommend It too highly or say too much In Its favor I hope aU who read this will try It and be convinced I was For sale by aU druggists i Future Vengeance Youll be sorry for this some dayi howle4 the son and heir as his father released him from the position he had occupied across the parental knee urll be sorry When When I get to be a man You will take revenge by whip ping your lather when you are big and strong and I am old and feeble will you Johnny No sir blubbered Johnny rub blug himself hut Ill spank your grandchildren tilt they cant rest S Chamborlalns Collo Cholora and Dlarrhooa Romody Is the best and most popular wedl cine in use for bowel complaints It never Jails and Is pleasant to take Mr R Woodward of Rosslyn Ky says HI have handled Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for twelve years have never cold a bottle that did not give perfect satisfaction and it Is the best selling dlarrboea medicine that I handle For sale by aU druggists m B CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always fought Dearsthod Signature of t B A walklbg cane made by Aaron J3nr on the head of which is DurrS own likeness cut by himself Is one ot the Intetcsting relics in the posses don of Bertha E Hopkins of Frank un which she has brought to the at tentlon of the Kentuctry Exhibit As I aoclation with the intention that it b eI placetl In the Kentucky building AFTER THE GRIP COMES OATARRHa lbaci has passed over our C tboAtlanUo to the PacUlo leaving behind It a dark cloud of ag- uIsh and despaIr Catarrh toUows grip no effect follows cause A multitude ot catarrh victims wilt spring up in tho trail ot the awful cpl- demlo ot grip that hall Just passed over our fair country Tho hopo to them people is Peruna Moat pooplo know this already Evoryono who has had the lout touch ot grip should not IoU to take aooureo of treatment with Peruna Poruna eradicates ovary vostlgo of the dlseMo And loaves tho system in a nor mal condition lIon Joseph D Orowley Congressman traIn Illinois writes from the National llotol Washington DO as follows 1 After giving Pomna a fair trial Ican cheerfully recommend your remedy to anyono suffering with coughs colds 10- grlppo and nU catarrhal complaints 3 D Crowloy lIon George U WhIte Congressman from North Carolina writes r 1 I am more than satisfied with Porn na and find it to ho an oxcollont romody for tho tp and catarrh Ihave used It in my family and they aU join mo in recommendIng It as an excellent rom edyGoorge II White lIon 3 P Mogrow Snperlntcndentu- S Capital Police Forco of Washington DO 811- 1illaving suffered from tho grip I was dy1sed by G friend to use your Poruna has stood the test 25 years over a this recOrd merit appeal No Cure lIotUe Is a root Uvor illS NEW BROTHER Say Ive got a little brother Never teased to have him nuther But hes here They just ahead and bought him And last week the doctor brought him Want that queer When I heard thE news from Molly Why I thought at first Jtwas jolly Cause you see I sposed I could Iroad get him And thea mama course would let him Play with me But when I had once looked at him Whyl I says mysakes Is that him Just that Ulllel They sold Yes ntJd Aint he cunnln And I thought they must be mania Hcaanlghti lies so small Its just amazln And youd think that he WAS blodn lies so red And his nose Is like a berry And bes bald as Uncle Jerry On hlahead Why he Isnt worth a dollar I All he does Is cry and holler Mote and more Wont sit Upj you cant arrange him I dont see why dont him At the stote Now weve got to dress and feed him And we really didnt need him Moren a frog they buy a baby brother When they knowd I good deal mther- Hllve a dog Colds are Dangorous How often you hear It remarked Its only t coldlIand a few days later learn that the man Is on his back with pneumonia This is of such common occurenees that a cold slight should not he dlsre Cough Rem edy counteracts any tendency tovard pneumonia It always cures and Is pleasant to take For sale by aU druggists m Cigarettes Perhaps there is not an cut In all this country more In its In flueces anti working a greater bal Influence on the rising generation 01 boys and YOUnl men than that of the 0 j W Uiy U1rru UUU VU remedytoand oatArrhJ Pllflgrow Miss Anna Rassell PMt Wortery Conn- aclor Loyd Myatio LegIon Z13 Endloott Building fit Paul Mlnn wrltesl II For years I have unfortunately found my system In a peculiarly receptive eon dlUon for catarrh when I was exposed In any way to Inclement weather At those times I would ho sovoroly afflicted with la grIppe and Its unpleasant con sequences Now for the put year And a half I have used Peruna In such cases and have quicklybutdora mo loss lIablo to catch cold It Is the finest preventative of colds that I know ot and a very superior tonic Anna Russell Miss Emily Mllbnme President ot the Westeldo Young Womans Club No 12- Wost Congress street Chicago m writes of several members of the club ot which pho to proeldoul who have had the Grip and have boon quickly restored to hoalth by Peruna Mr NIcolas P RossIter of 463 Nor wood avonuo Olovoland 0 had a ltIIforo attack of the Grip was very sIck and undor Sb physicianS care BOp 1Ie many oMler passed tbe actise bnt did not receive strength Penuaaaot only quickly restored him to his former health but to much hotter health than he hM had for year lIo gives Penna- aU the pralso- HonMaxr Pbrgee Aldermanoftbe Eighth D1Itriot residing ataifllyington SaIc Does Pay SOC Cent Groves PIlls went change Whyd garded insidious cigarette True It Is not at once deadly like a revolver nor at first Is It so degrading as the whisky glass but alas the evil that grows out of the use of this little yellow fiend is far reaching in Its baneful work Unless the boys of aside this smoking enemy their wlll be taken awaythey power of selfassertloa j their will become dimmed and the future alone can show how terrible Ia this pernicious habit of smoking elga settee It In B- Zeep Horns I And when the bowels fall to at erly take a dose of LYONS acts gently but effectually ou the kldaeya liver and bowels j will reep your system In good working order and wake you complexion clear For sate byJ ThosAUen RoslneKy Furlough Not an Animal The word furlough occurred in a rending lesson ofa primary grade iu ore of our public schools says the Ledger The teacher asked Does any little or girl know the meaning of the word fur tough one small hand was raised and shaken vigorously lathe eagerness of the little urchin to display his knowledge and when per mlttec1 by the teacher to do so he arose and with the greatest assurance said Furlough means a mute Not a whit disturbed at the teachers tiob no itdoesnt the small boy confidently 11 have the book at home that says o1t Then the teacher toM him he might bring the book to school and show it to her The next he came armed with the book and showed her the picture an can soldier bestride a mule under which was printed Going home onthis furlough Beariti Slgutvt dlfl01 I d The Man WhO Rose IIAn old college of mine to cated down thisway several years ago It said the Eastern tourist He was rather but bound to rise We considerd him a good man to tie to Jenkins his name was Ahyes replied conslderd him a good man to tie too tie to a tree Oh he tone rlghtl rnouriptwoAlso writes that ho knows a largo nnm boy of pooplo who hive boon oured oC the Grip by Peruna lIon Charles W Oulldn Alderman of the Seventh Assembly District of the Borough ot Manhattan residing at eEighth avenue Now York writes that ho was laid up sovural days wIth tho Grip On the fifth day he was advised to try Poruna no lId so Bud found hIm edt bettor within twentyfonr hours ThIs remedy soon restored hIm to his usual vigorous health Mr Martin Edwards PrcsWentof tho County dare Mons Benefit Socloty 2J West PortyNintli troot Now York writes that ho was cured of the Grip by a short courso of treatment with Poruna Miss Blanche Dumont President of the Athonta Club 4110 Aldrich avenno North Camden Placo Minneapolis GrJpNothlnKTuna Pelt bettor next day after begin ningitanso Was Ablo to bG out of bod the third day She also tolls of others who wore cured by Peruna La Grippe is cpldcmla catarrh Jeruns cure uurrh hence Perwza a1 specific lUr Is grippe Ifyoufl not dortvo promptanti eat factory results from tho use ot Pernnat- wr1to at onoo to Dr h wmlbevice gratis Address Dr Xlartinan President ofl glnmbaaOho Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic Average Annual One and Halt Million bottles ot toyou No Enclosed with every package of 1H4k g pn however Chamberlains t today stopthrow manhnodI intellects Your prop LAXATIV- BSVRUPIt Philadelphia boy Whereupon answcred session triumphantlyt s OA8I1OnaAlblihHlYosHamsAlu Bet chum unscrupulous theTexlrtntlWe ALFRED HUDSON BUILDRR UONTRCYOR- IIrflorcl My- nnIliIng and repairing done by day or con ract Get hi Ntlmatoll fore ou give your ontract ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE I COMPANY IJCOSP0UATSD Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home Jolks where you can buy your own plionea and build your own lines and b in talking distance with the wholecons ty and tusiness poInts generallyby only paying a reasonable rent Rough River Telephone Company or they will be It the whole expense If you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For parUcu lau call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky Nasal OATAIIR In all Its stages titers should ho tlWIliIIes EllS Cream Dais cicaniceeoothesftndtieslithe Itcures catanh and drly- csell a cold in the head qaickly Cream lialni Is placed Into the JlOItrlISPfa ceer the membrane sal I absorbed UeUcfts Ira mocllate anb cure followa II Is sot dryIngdoes cot prodace sneezIng Largo SIzeS GO cents at Drug I1aor hI mill Trial SIns 20 CfUla by JIIIIl ELl BUOTlIEI 64 Warren Strool New York Lyons Laxntivo Gyrup Isa vegetable preparation absolutely In Its effect acts gently on- he kidneys liver and bowels cures coil Upatlon sick headache clears the complexion anti makes the pure An remedy for child en as as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INC When you tate Oroves rastotNa Chill Tonic because the formula Iii plainly prtnttl on nor bot U bowlnR that It is simply Iron and Quinine in- ft bets form No Cure Zo Pay Z- eATTENTION When In Owensboro ecU on Win Cuattlon dealer In pure straight Whltloe Apple ellll Poach Urandtes Agent Prank Yehr lIretrn3 Co Jug orders wUl teteln prompt attentiOn The btUOO Whiskey ta the Stat Wm CUSHION Owonsboro Hartford Republican11 Until bj the HnrtforJ InbtUMngCompniir DltIIIfIIIUE i JOHX HllNUY THOJIAN IMItor C1oiroc 1 =C- Cu=czlon I4 ouCh vatFIUDAY MARCH 6 UleA at JtdVrtIMIfl ctTrnnlcut0nsortlouHwclnl rnto on jonrlT contratU- U ciU anLiroa IOC per line lint Insertion Be ftt 11118 each additional Insertion 10ardecenti It lint rhIn dvnnce ANlVNCEMENT for Mlntn Nrnnlor We ere nntliortiKl to nnnouno lION A fl llBNNETr M n cnnaMaU tor Slot ftoatur tofromthx notion of the nepnblienn porty We nre nnthorlzeJ to nnnonnre 8U 8TKVES8 ft n candidate for Itnte Senator from the Sn enth BD8totlul UUtrlct ubjcct to the action of the Itcpubllcan party itWjireeuthorlzedState 8 nator meandMnUi forBHOADS aI a the Seventh Senatorial dtntrtct subject to tn a tlon ot the Republican party for Circuit ConrtClerU We are antborUed to announce F 1 SASDB Clerk OhIo Circuit Coort- lIoblrf Pull aa ft candidate for to the action of the Hepobllfan party antborlted to annonnc B 0 DAn ittHASHeabject to the action of the Republican joy BcproacnlnllTe 0WeKuPARKIICOblo ronnty subjeCt to the action of the lican patty We are untborUeJ to announc OKOnOC candIdate for nepnwntatlT Ito mTl AKElt M a Ohio ronnty tihect to tbe notion of the Repnb Wn patty Two Louisville preachers have been robbed This looka like editors and tramps might be on the lookout for robbers IT seems that tbe courts at Hamil ton Ohio are preparing one Alfred Knapp for a knap from which there is no awakening GAs ADDICKS has packed his traps and quit tho Delaware capital and tho little Commonwealth ia rep resented in the United States Senate again ANOTHER playmato of Abraham Lincoln has just died in Edmonron county Honeet Abes playmates must have been as numerous as the sands of the seashore WILLIAM J BHVAN says that if the plutocratic element in the Demo 1craticconvention of that parly next year i he will lead his followers out of the convention God bless Bryant TUREE Justices of tho Peace are on the pettit jury Evaus Martin iiandand Bridge Commissioners The Ohio Fiscal Court is leaning heavily upon the public treasury these ere days A RED light was hung out Sunday night at a cavedin culvert oil Wash ington street This was done for the protection of strangers Nobody who knows the present condition of Hartford streets will venture out on them at night If there It anything tbe rank and file of the Democratic party abhors It U machine poll tluioranythlng that smack of lamelIart ford Herald Great Magog What manner oi thing is this tho writer saitb This paper always orthodox flinging irony bitter biting irony at the old Democratic party But that Music Hall convention and Sta subsequent endorsement by tho rank and file 0 is bringing its rewards Give it to em Brother Mathews CONGRESS adjourned Wednesday i but Pre llentRooeevelt called an extra session of the Senate to convent Thursday thus making the sitting of Senate continuous from tho expired session The extra session of the Senate is for the purpose of ratifying the Panama Canal Treaty A single Senator Morgan of Alabamaand- he of course a Democrat is respon sible for the trouble and expense ol tbe extra session TUREE times within as many months we havo stood by the deathbed of a member of our family twice a child and once a motherbutt- he generous expressions of sympathy andcondolence byso many friends go far to dissipate the fearful pall and make life worth living again These kind expressions of sympathet ic hearts give us faith anew in thoI brotherhood of man and the falherI hood of GodIANXIOUS to give justice to whom justice is due we are disposed to comI pliment the sensible and dignified manner in which City Judge Jno B Wileon conducts his court We dor not undertake to ptas on the justice or injustice oi Judge Wilsons judicialt decisions but the very re strictions ho puts upon the attorneys witnesses and spectators in his courtI might be profitably duplicated by the Judges of the County and Circuit a CourtspFEW people on this earth will say a kind word for John D Rockefeller the oil kingbut if his Institute which he is founding anti which ho will en dow with many of his oily millions ior the purpose of prosecuting efforts to combat the dreadful diseases dipthorin and consumption Blionid provo a success generations to como will bless his name Anyhow this cflort on tbo part of Rockefeller is a more worthy one than Carnegios policy of investing millions in libraries to which those only who are limply 1ablehave access Rockefellers gift will reach out to tho cabin on the hillside no less than to the palace on tho ave nue May we not havo condemned him too soonl MR BECKHAM writ n tatter to the committee authorizing it to put his name on the ballots for the May primary and tho committee writ back to Mr Beckham that there was n cloud about his eligibility St could not put his namo on the ballots until bo had his eligibility tested in the courts and thenMrBeckham wr t to tho committee that he would have tho testin act done forthwith 01 course these letters were writ for tbo benefit of the readin public The committee a majority of whose mem bers aro holding office by appointment at the hands of Mr Bock Lara was directed by the Governor before hand what to do in tbo matter The suit to teat Beckhama eligibility will bo brought in Judge Cantrills court and our readers have heard of Judge Cantrill Then an appeal will be had to the Court of Appeals and ou readers have heard of this came Court of Appeals But thero is another court which will sit one Ilay early in November before which Mr Beck hams case must go for fjnal odjudica tion The Democratic committee had no doubt about what the Demo cratic courts would say in regard to his eligibility but the whole show will be held to strengthen their mas ters case before the Democratic voters r A statomcntbyGovernor Bradley and an editorial both from the Hart ford Herald of March 4 are produc ed belowThe of William Goebel wta the fonlwit crime In the nnaal of thl Commonwealth Wool 1 that I IonlJ wipe away tbatI dnrk blot and burnish the pot where It Ml bright again Though I honestly boIlleve IliaC iso wan pot circled GOY erioretillbe wat contenting la the properI way for that high office and while content he wu shot down by a dastardly Io BOftaln Iu the Capitol yard Hehad been de elated Governor by those In authority and It was eminently proper that this reward lM000lo ibin wnrdFundihouUbeotfered for the apprehension end conviction otMa murderer There Ic not ont hocwt man of my political convictions who doen not went to sre tbU case ferreted out tc the bottom and the men guilty of thU crime brought to JnnUce ExUovernor William O Itradley In n speech at Ix ukvllle February 18 IMS Will the Hartford IlirctLiCAN pirate an t wet a eltnpla question Doe It endorse or condemn the sentiment of exOov Wm O llradley In regard to the Goebel reward fund Hartford Herald Our dear brother life is largely a matter of compromises Nono of ua get exactly what he wants but not withstanding Gov Brodleys speech quoted above was made as a lawyer in defense of his client whore much license of statement is allowed Still we will meet you halfway andI together wo will uo before the City Judge and sign Gov Bradleys statement with a codicil that thorns our honest sentiments and publish the document in our reepecI the papers next week Rockefeller Did ItIDr Flexner announces at BaIt more the discovery of the antetoxin which will destroy the germs of chol era infantum Thousands of children are carried ofl each year by this dls ease and If Dr Fiexnera discovery is what he claims for It there will be a lessening of mothers tears John D Rockefeller saw his little grandson Jack of whom he was passionately fond die of this disease and the richest man on earth obaerv ing how powerless the physicians were to combat this disease felt inspired to found tbe Rockefeller Institute and endow it with millions of dollars for the employment of em- Inent physicians who could devote their entire time and titent to searching for a sure remedy or preventive of the tearful disease The Institute which will be located A In New York has not yet been opened but Dr Fiexnera discovery is a result of Mr Rockefellers project The great millionaire will also set aside many millions for the purpose of efforts to combat the consumption mfig S Y M C A Notcs Tbe Hartford association celebrated Kentucky Day last Sunday A large crowd was in attendancethe to largest since our organization A special program was planned and car tied ont which seemed to be enjoyed by all present We were truly glad M o see ao many of our friends present and would be glad to have them come every Sunday Our Sunday alter oon meetings are open to all men Some have an idea that none but remembers are welcome Such is not he case All men are invited and urged to come On Saturday morning at 9 oclock n the Association rooms a meeting will be held for boys between tbe ges of 10 and 15 years for the pur ose of organizing a boys depart ment All boys are expected to get M the consent ef their parents before joining this department Beaver Dam Association will hold their next meeting tonight In the Baptist Church at six oclock p m All men invited c = =ALFRED KNAPP la Hamilton Prison Charged WI Strangling Women and Children Alfred Knapp is in the Ohio jail awaiting trial for the mi der by choking of the last ol his many wives Knapp Is a moval ptrvent who p sesses an uncontrolablc love lot strangling women and It la claimed has nmrrlcd women solely lor t pleasure of choking them to deaf It la kuovvn that nl least five worn ei have tIled in this way At hb Imtuii aud ty Is highly prubible that more have shared A like fate Knapp dosd Uft appear to feel an remorse for lila mmd rus acts an very ccoly siys he does rot knov what makes him do such thing lu tacthepiofvsscs to 1ave loved som of his wives that he has strangled but that he could not resist the temp tatlon to strangle them Knapp Is a ntvt of mills BI and was arrested at Indianapolis When the Hamilton Ohio officer went there for him he consented t go with the cfficira without requlsi tion papers to the scene of his latest crime Knapp made no effort to con eeal his wifechoking conduct but an the contrary told the officers ol many of his crimes of which they It rnot heard before Knapp will be exiled to oute darkness lor all eternity and will have a nice electric chair in which to tak the trip SMALLHOUS Mr and Mrs Robert Dennett a son Arnold visited their old home at Dada Saturday- Mr T R Barnard and family ha moved to Livermore Mr Tom Harris and family haVl moved to Mublenburg county Messrs S T and Robert Hunter were in South CarrolHon last week Messrs O W and L B OverhuU were in Rockpcrt last week Mrs Cordelia Addlngton has built a new veranda in front of her dwelling which adds greatly to the IcokS her home Mr Wm flail is building a new dwelling house on his farm Messrs Luther Addington and Chester Ross have gone to St Louis Mr Arvllle Ball has returned from a trip to Loulsana Born to the wife of Mr Dan Mur pity February 15 a girl Mius Maggie Hunter and Mrs Mattle Drake are on the sick list In Urtcle Sams Charge Deputy United States Marshal Id James came down from Louisville to Haweaville Thursday night to bring A L and C L Williamson who are charged with raising i silver cs tificates to 10 to this city He s rived in the city at noon yesterday having the prisoners In costed Depositions of the merchants upon which the bills were passed were taken The prisoners waived their examining trial before Commissioneri Lindsey and were over May term of Federal court They went to the county jail A L Will iamson resides near this city and his brother lives at Askins The raising oi the bills was the work of an amateur and it is thought that it w their first attempt Owensboro Mes senger CENTERTOWN Bro Shngart filled his regular ap pointment here Sunday Mr Marion Calvert near town is very sick Rev L P Drake went to McHenry MondayMr M Morton was in Beaver Dam last week Mr Charlie Collins near town le on the sick list Messrs Willie James and Hurry Ball attended Quarterly meeting at Ccralvo Sunday We are in the midst ot a coal fen ine and the deep mud hinders haul lug Why not raise taxes a little and macadamize our roads Little Arnold son of Mr and Mrs W Tichenor died February 18 Prof H H Davis Is still confined to his room on account of his crippled ankle BEDA Hon A S Bennett went to Hart Thursday Mr Nathan Bennett left Saturday for Champagne III where he goes to accept u position Mr Harvey Axton and family wentI Owensboro last week Mr Ernest Stewart who has been attending school at Lexington is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs V Stewart Miss Lura TIer who has been vIsit- Ing her mother Mrs Bettlc Her re turned to Owensboro Saturday Mr Walter Park Hartford visited latives and friends here Sunday eveningMiss Enola lIes went to Owensboro Wednesday Mr L B Tichenor will move in the near future to a farm near Hartford Profs J L and Willie Bennett of Maxwell were the guests of Mr B i Bennetts family Sunday night and Monday The spring school at this place will begin March 16 Mrs Bettle lies contemplates mov- Ing to Owensboro soon Mr W C Ashley mall carrier be tweeD Hnttford and Owensboro Iou the road again with hta stage tbQuite a number from thla place tit the sale at Mr Alex Wester fields Saturday Mr Caleb Tichenor visited nerds at his old hume Saturday and Sunday InMr Isaac Bennett Jr wrnt to Saturday JrMr and Mrs RI Bennett are vis Iting relatives nod friends here dFRIEDALANDMr James Axton died at his hone at Horse Branch last Thursday most ltItJr of neuralgia of the heart nail rns IIhurled ot Salem Saturday Ills tenth was very nuespcctcJ ns he was only sick a few liouta 111I55rs Annie Fentress and7n a Rolxrtann of Barretts Ferry visited their cousin Mrs Nnnnle Wilson Saturday and Sunday Mr Icedy Iogsdon ol Morehousc Mo has anlvcd at this piece to bet the bedside of his mothcr who Is nngcrously ill of liver complaint Mrs Fanny Stinbnrgcr of Gray son county visited her parents Mr tad Mrs J O Sandbach last week L L Hoover Son have their new store house near completion and will be ready for their spring stock soon Little Chloe Sanders who has been confined to her bed for the past two weeks with a broken limb Is much Improved at this writing FOMr W T Santera left todiy with i rait of togs for the Evansville mark ct Mr Elbert Ford anti wife bitet Mrs Fords parents Rev H D Burch and family cear Shreve Sit nrday and Sunday- ad Mr Charley Christian and lIe vis Ited the family of Mr W J I gsdon Sunday C VIWakoful Children For long time the two year old child of Mr P L McPberson 59 N Tenth St Harrisburg Pa would sleep but two or three hours in the early part of the night which mad c it very hard for her parents Her mother concluded the child had atom ach trouble and gave her half of OUt of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which quieted her t- stotnach and she slept tbe whole sight through Two boxes of these Tablets have ef fected a permanent cure and she Is now well and strong For sale by all druggists m Big Deal in Coal Lands Madlsonvllle Ky March sWIJ Cod of Nebo has bought 1 384 acres of coal land lying on the Illinois Cen tral railroad near St Charles from W H Ruston of Evansville lad r4000e1 If its a bilious attack take Cham berlalus Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick recovery is certain For- r said by all druggists m IrRIflVQ 110 Tun wAnt tooln areI GIRLS opyorganist tlon baring secret elgu a pa word a r n t code of writing nnd many other foMlnotln teal ares CvrryLi dr U Joining For particular enclose n two vnt tamp anti addrf Ivnn Jobnuou 4W W Malu Htftt Iuulvlll Ky and bewlUBlooiendyouanlrepreiwntFltRK FORDSVILLE Messrs C Smith Jack Walker Flelden Morrison and others went to Hartfotd Wednesday for the Boatner Seblelt baum cases asMiss Nancy Smith spent severs 1 days last week with friends at Glen deaneMr Charlie Reynolds is on the sick listThe home of Mr Charles Guess at the edge of town was destroyed by TuesdayMiss Huff daughter of Mrs Almarlnda Huff lately deceased riles at her borne In the country last Thursday and was burled here Friday Mr Henry DeHMormn a young lawyer ol HarJlnsbnrg wes In town Monday Miss Alma Ford who is attending school in Owcnsboro came out Fri day night and was with her parents until Monday Mr S G Drushelfoimer prlnolpa of our school has accepted the cask ersli tp or a bank at Compton Wolfe countyLittle Louise Smith has been very sick for several days Mr Otho Fowler was in Glendcane Saturday and Sunday Mrs Annie Graham oi Narrows was here FrMny Mr Robt Boll of Hardlnsbutg was the guest of Mr Will Sargent Saturday and Sunday Mrs Johnson of the hotel will move into the Walker property recently purchased April i MrsMack Smith and babyGraham I spent Tuesday at Mr Ream Sailtha near town Mr John Tones formerly ol this place but now of Deleware Is here for a few days Mrs J M Graham of Narrows jpent several days last week with her laughter Mrs Mack Smith return ing Sunday with Mr Graham who was here for the day Mr prank Reynolds and son Bert rand of Reynolds were here Saturday Mrs Jennie Qnlsenberry will go to Louisville III a few days to buy spring and summer millinery She willbe one about two week Mr and Mrs C E Ford entertained a few of the younger set with Flinch Saturday evening Those oi the party were Misses Annie Smith Evelyn Ford and Eva Johnson Messrs Ed Strother and Wayne Reynolds r i The Strength of the coffee you buy adds to its value In the c- upLfl Coffee comes to fresh and of full strength always in scaledlalrtlghti cka es Duik Stcogtlldelerkmtc in flavor and also gather Uniformity frwhiMM antl tell trnrthV in lnsor i to urj ot Lion Oof fan I A = I OHIO CIRCUIT COURT Civil Docket for the March Term 1903 7TH DAY MARCH 9 1913 3847 P R Kelly c vs Ed Davlaon 5 85 EHwbeth Jolly vs I C R R Co 5116 II T Crowe vs Sam Keown 5123 N E Moseley c va Ed Davison STn DAY MARCH IO 5130 Gaylon Taylor va Evansville ix Bowling Green Packet Co 5137 P R Robertson vs Francis J Reltz 5147 The Home Insurance Company of NYvsCR Campbell 5MO W II Havens vs John Uaugherty 5 54 J M Robinson Norton Company vs J D Beasley 9TII DAV MAKCH II 5157 R J Daniel va II H Jarvis 5161 Jacob Weller vs John Allen Smith 5162 M H Jarvls va R J Daniel 5166 II A Reddish c va Fletcher Wilson 515i H A Reddish c vs James D Johnson 10TH DAY MARCH 12 5168 Vra L L wlace vs The Royal Fraternal Union 5169 B J Shields vs S M James 5193 VhlteBranrhMcKonlclnShel ton Hat Co vs Carson Co 5175 Wesley Maples vs Lucy heart 5176 LeliaDeHaven VB JrflersonBoard- Illh nAy MARCH 13 5184 Roland Newton vs I C R R 5186 lsbelle Raley vs I C R R 579 Eti Wells vs P Shreve 5186 W R Hoover vs I C R R 5194 Klee Pearce vs Central Coal i Iron CO- 12TH DAY MARCH 14 597 J B Dodpon c vs Robt M Larg 5199 Lula Hoover vs I C R R 5Jf 4 Caleb Wilson vs I C R R IJTH DAY MARCH 18 COURT TRIALS 3379 N R Sledge vs Henry Dunktr 4084 Henry Dunkott vs N R Sledge 5100 B D Ringo vs Helfrlcb Lumber Mfg Co 5138 FL McKernon va A J Casey c Attest S A ANDKHSOM Clerk Two Shot in Fight at Jackson Jackson Ky March 4Jacksor was the scene of n bloody fight fester cay between Hiram Hays and Joe C Little Both men were shot and Lit tie Is supplied to be dying They fere In the court house yard wher the shooting began but it is not known what waa the cause of thi trouble Hays Is a brother of Dar Hays who was killed at this place last fall by Wes Cox It is thought that there was bad feeling between Hays and Little be cause the latter had assisted Cox to escape arrest When the men met In the court house yard Hays immei lately opened fire shooting Little In the abdomen and arm Little did not return the fire but the fight was taken up by his lather Jack Little who shot Hays In the arm Young Little Is not dead but It is thought that ht cannot possibly live Hays is suffering with a badly wounded arm Hays says there was a conspiracy on the part of the Littles to kill him TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Tate Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets 1rItlgitA refund the money lilt ttih to rare E cv I rare e signature In on each bozo 25c I nePlayed With Lincoln Louisville March 3Capt John H Weller returned today from Ed monson county where he aliened the funeral of his uncle William L La Rue aged ninety four a Kentucky pioneer Mr LiRue was born in La Rue county on NoUn creek and wa a playmate of Abraham Lincoln lilt family settled in Kentucky in 1784 and has lived here continuously Mr LaRue was a lifelong member of tbe Baptist church Coughs coughforbottles of Ayers Cherry Pectoral large size end It cnr her completely J H Burge Macon Col Probably you know of cough medicines that re lieve little coughs all coughs except deep ones I The medicine that has been curing the worst of deep coughs for sixtym years is Ayers Cherry PectoraltTint slits 23cIlcI All tlrsnbtJ Conintl your he i take then do ai imrrlrb Ulli i- to take It then dont take It IU knows Leave tt with willingJ Mail If eg oil4 t HOW THEY STAND In the InquirerRepublican Rubber Tire Buggy Contest Miss Jessie Reynolds 3 Oct 24MUsMiss Laura Morton io 8 054MissMiss Mattie Dean 614 Miss tiuphltt Miles 610 510Miss412Mli303MiesMiss Lydia Tichenor 28 Mitts Jennie Armstrong 26 r r Argon Oil A great medical dlnxmry Cures Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble For sale at Griffin Bras Drug Store RENDER Rev GII Lawrence of Smnllhous filled his regular Appointment here in the Baptist church Saturday and Sun dayMr and Mrs Cljdc Rowe have moved to Herrln III- Mestrs Wm Sloan and Andrew Mercer have gone to Marlon 111 Messrs WIts Hudson Harry lIar lie and Jack Kelly have gone to tin ton Ind Prof V M Moseley and Mr Simon Stevens attended thel A M Lodge at Denver Dam Saturday night Mr and Mrs Will Kelly have returned Irons a visit to relatives in Ltltchfield Mrs B L Myers anti Miss Vadcn Festresa returned Monday from a visit to relatives aud friends at Cen Ira City Mr McDowell Fair the popular clerk for the C C I Co here spent Sunday in Hartford with his familyMessrs Bayles Yendell and Oscar Baker of Taylor Mines were here Sunday Mr G N Plummer of Echols was here Sunday Deputy Sheriff J F Stevens of Beaver Dam was in our little town Sunday Mr B V Woodruff is on the sick list fit thIs writing Rev Shugatt of Beaver Dam filled hIs regular appointment here inthe Methodist church Sunday Right Last Sunday night Mr Alney Ev erly of Beaver Dint and Miss Zadle Fulkerson of this place eloped to some place in Tennessee where they were united In the holy bonds of mat rlniouy This is the third trial for this young couple to try to elope Mr Hosia Fnlkerson a cousin of the bride and Miss Onnie Kelly went with them for witnesses Mr W E Kelly is visiting relatives in Drakesboro at this writing There was a visitor called at Mr and Mrs Morris Reynolds last week to live with them a life time By the way its a fine boy baby The mines are not running much at present Worry Almost Unnerved Me Heart Pains Short of BreathFaint and Languid DrMllesHoart Cure and Norvlnc Cured Me ofheartInc and I am Just as sound II a dollar In that organ today For several I had Drulhlnihadshort harp puns about the heart sometimes accompanied with utterf would make me and languid least excite ment or mental worry almost unnerve me I felt that the trouble was growing worte all the time and after many remedies prescribed by physicians without obtaining relief I was to yoUr seconddaysymptoms were removed and have never VtKiicopaThere are tof heart disease whlchso cllsel resemble those ol more com mon nervous disorders u to frequently rail lead the physician In cases orluniatiredfeelingeasily excitable and to without cause If you have the least suspicion that your heart Is weak study your symptoms and JaYadelllY bottleDron Nervous and Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical eo Elkhart h- adROBYHOTEL T QUISENBERRY Propr Best 100 Hotel in the City Your Patronage Solicited 117FroJtlci HI OnLoro Kj 14 Cumberland TELEPHONE lANDIta Telegraph Co I Incorporated I Theres nothing the matter with- y business I have the Cumberland Telephone in my residence and lace of business My business has increased and my wifes voice Is never heard to grumble about the Tele phone Youro for good service and gentlemanly competition C P NiMIH Manr tf a a S SS JYlnkas 1 77 Chronic Invalid j7 VThen the liver Ii kI5 and fall to do IM work III f7 the bU eaters tb blood aa a vtiuleot powon Then III 7cocst4pt3on uicnese net I4AAKA fcrs Ill Liii sad malaria The only treotment that glte too lifer just Ill Ithe right touch aod tuna NaturVa work ID the rigtl lit IAMONLWEl1L1 I LJANDTOHICPEUETS flt T0 pin touttaa tia beet sti he tar r- x k at3doeoalorJkdav cost m ceo and on kY k Ion your eaoi U ototodln ly bad you V w win tie well before you Onteb them JS Sample liVe JWaaWa aUdealen For sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky I AMA DEALER In Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hoofs Shoes Hats Cups Carpets Bed Ticking Table Cloth Domes I tic Etc I ask your trade and hope for a share of it Just now I am selling goods very low In0 fact to close out I make few prices Will leave for the East Sunday to buy a Spring stock of goods Call on me SAM BACH E P BARNES BROS MidWinter Reduction SaleMEANS 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 as most merchants show at the beginning of the season and we will soil thorn at from 10 to 331 per cent cheaper than former prices Now is your opportunity to buy a good Overcoat at a very lowprico Ladies and Misses Wraps Anaything on our racks in this line will be sold at from 1Q to 60 per cent reduction You can afford to invest in one of those garments for next winters usorlhese prices menus money to you and a loss to us but wo dont mean to carry over a garment that tho price will noil Winter Waists and Skirtings Wo have Skirtings on which wo aro giving 25 to 50 per cent cuts in price Goods which wo soldat from 75c to 1 per yard going at the round price of 50c per yard Waist goods that sold at from 15c to 25c per yardcut to lOc and 15c per yard All seasonable and serviceable merchandise that you havo only to see to appreciate i More New Goods Our buyer has just returned from tho markets with now fresh Bargains l Fascinators at250r 60c and The Ladies Vests and Pants 25c 50o and 51 Union Suite 256 60o and 1 Mens nnd Boys Gloves 25c 50c 75c and 1 Mens Underwear 25c 50c 75c 31 and 150 Mens Wool Socks 25c to lOc Ladies fleeced Cotton Hoso 15o to 25o per pair Misses and childrens Wool Hose 20c to 25c Overshoes for nil ages and sizes Leggings at from COc to 1 per Heavy winter Shoes for Men Boys Indies and children Rubber Boots for tho water and mud Heavy duck and windproof work coats from 1 to S3 Bring us sonic good firstclass timothy or redtop hay or shuckodtin and get merchandise that will moot the de mands of the EOdspn at prices that mean a saving to you ES P BARNES t2 ROoDBA VER DAM I- ee iC i t Ovvensbopo KyMan Htroot between Triplet and Bollror heat Attention given to stock Headquarter for Ohio county people JAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor I NA d- c 1 7 I 11 1 t M ttif 0 I i 4JI ii Y 1- t r 1 jtac 11 1 a JJIJ ii m i L f t y I 1 7T i i N iI I M u u j+ ++44++ H ++ t +h HotH + t H+ 1 ofi SPRING GREETINGSi While wintor hangs heavily onto tim outhklo world glimpses springtimo arc to ho seon in FAIR COS lUG DRY GOODS STORE Thoy nro showing their new line of Madras Waistings Embroideries Laces Ginghams Perenls Etc A splondid time to select ithorn and certainly no better timo could bo found to + make thorn up Embroidery Specials Ono lot about 600 yards of Cambric Embroideries width running from onohalf to 2i inches select pat turns good washable edges widths that soil everywhere for 8c and lOc Our Spcc1 Price is 5c Ono lot 600 yards same as above handsome pat terns widths running from 3 to 6i inches nothing in other stores like them for less them 25c Our Special Price is 15- cEmbroIdery AccoinpainnientsC- hoko line QfNaillSOO Insertions Trimmings Ma- dallioiis Etc to match any of our Embroideries Otir ttock of Bleached Muslins such ns Hope Ma f LongClothhondquartelS for material for your Underwear It willcbo t plensuro for you to select thent hero Spring SuitillgsaNothing bettor for the early spring waist than Ma Iras certainly thoro is no goods that looks ncathroFull 32 inches wide good fast colors big variety of- tsolid shades and stripes goods that sell readily over all retail counters for 15c Our Special Price is lOcdAll wool for Skirting 38 inches wide now shades of light gray Oxford green and navy blue all right for a f spring skirt worth 05e anywhere Our SpecialI Price is 50chTRADE AT THE BARGAIN CENTERt jX i i I t++++ +++++++ f + It It II U Hr It n P I 1IlJoYa WantYofl ar tl I BtlytReal RstatedBoYalit WanlloII The Answer will Generally re vErI that telaK t rue 01 fOu1011 wftUt to know lat bru 10a tAa 4 wbiit 70U want aDd ut the am 10a wint to know It the UUI1fOO4 toltblrolU1 thllt 1011 bt7- I hu un loat Srsii sIDI S northneL olllrUor la lfou4tondllioa tor sat A big bllrgllI Call ut oice- JttnemberU7oU wnt to bas ur MIl m Ill do tb bIAhce Titles Abstracted ollra tm- lrSAAnderson RERLESTRTERGENT Hartford UtrHTH HtHt1IH t J Hartford Republican FRIDAY tIARCII 6 Catiou Droll pay casb for IurI- 1inclics at City Retautant from IOC upICity Restaurant lor an uptodate meal or lunchICity Restaurant wants your trade during Circuit Court Dest the tnArketi affords at City Restaurant Conic and sec Jr a S King Dundee was here- We4uesday delivering Jilll tobacco I Fruh 01I1ter8a d Fish at CilyRes- tanat1t and Served In latest styles Mr T R Darnard and family 0- 1Sallhousbave move4 to Livermore Nicest line of Candles Cakes an I i FruIts In Ilaritord at City Restaurant J For Cheese Saus1ieCallned GoodsI Cakes Crackers c go to City Ru taurant f Our hue of groceries Is always J fresh and the best Prices the lowest CARSOn Co Just In a complete line ofCofaeta all new and ot the latest pattern at the popular prices ofsoc and r at Car8911 CosI City Restaurant handlu the niceat- ineolGooda iIarL1ord verthlg the vet bet Read the ad of the Davless County auk Tryst Co at Owensboro In pleaseIpeople Miss Lula Huff died at her real euce near Pordaville Thursday of justIheavy winter load we have In stock both for ladlei at4 for geutz- CAZSf Coj Meleri CI Rosa as4 Lather Ad higton of SmlIboa went to StILouis Saturday to help that city get for the big ahoy next year We pay the highest market prices for Poulty Egg flutter Feathers Side Meat and all other produce you have to sell CAoU Co Mr J L Blackol Reynolds Will aoon locate In Tennessee lie Is a young man of ability and promise having taught successfully for fouri years 11 this county With alt the dash of Sprlngtlme thisIyou come o first Is Carson Cos Mr Charles DeWeese who basI been attending the Dental School Louisville has returned to his home at Shreve owlllg to falllllg health However he Is reported to be mi proving WANTUDMen and women to call on our correspondents In their local- ltyand pay up arrears and one year In advance for TUB RUPUBLICAN and thus help the correspondent to win our ro gold prize for the blg est club of subscribers A call meeting of the A O U W will be held In their lodge rooms In Hartford on next Monday night March 9 There will be Important business before the body and all tbe- mem ers are urged to attend U D PUNDLUlON Commander Mr Alex Rowars will succeed Mr Isaac Poster ii the management of the Commercial Hotel Mr Rowan will take chargeol the hotel about the 20th intl Mr Poster hen aecur ed a nice position with the Carnegie Steel Works at llellalre Ohio When we 17 we are going to control the clothing trade of this section this spring we do not led that wt are exageratlng Our line of cloth lug will be In In about three weeks arid such an elegant display was nev er before the public in Ohio county Come and see for yourself Our prices will be the lowest CAnloN Co 1 Mr Jo Wlhos has sold his farm t ucar Prcnt1 to Mr Sheruin Cole tua1 for 55 = and Mr Colenncn bas sold his farm to Mr OZtl Sbultz lot 700 Lsdlcs for Spring hata do not for get that our line will be complete- rwith the latest styles Our milliner will go to market In a few days She will return with nil the newest Ideas oC spring fashion Prices at rockbottom Give her a caU- CARSON Co Prol A P Taylor of Allendl11e Ky was operatcd on for appendicitis in Louisville last week and the operation seems to have been a very sue cessful one Mr Taylor Is gettlasI along nicely and will soon be out cir danger Mr Taylor was formerly the faculty of hartford College arid hRS many friends here who will be pleased to learn that he has pawed successfully through the painful and dangerous operation ss DAFFRQN SHOT Daniel Miller Takes a Wing Shot at Caney Daifron Near Jingo Tuesday Afternoon Caney DaUron had n narrow escape horn death at the hands of Daniel Miller near Jingo TueEday afternoon The facts as we gather them a rom Caney are about as tollows- Dtffron Miller awl others had come to court here Tpeaday In a wagm n and going out in the all pretty freely tanked up a general row occurred In whleh Miller seeme4 vent his ppleen on Daifron till the who Is a midget weighing bouteiglity ornlnety poundsthoultht walking or perhaps running make the load lighter n the team and preceeded toadw accordingly Miller objected to on thus summarity deserting the and pulled his gun and letv rive at the fl lug grasshopper the ball slightly cutting the flesh on Dci- rons cheek near his right eye ad the shot cut a hall Inch faith Into Caneys head there would p ave been a funeral in that conununis y Wednesday h- In the meantime Cauey had gotten his niuscies warmed up and he pieg erred walking the rest of the way home Caney Daifron Is R brother ciJohn Daffron who Is charged with being an accessory to the murder of Millers father near Suunydate about two years agoFWednesdAY and told the story ot the hooting Miller Is reported to have fled the Sttiince the shooting I SCIILETZBAUM ON TRIAL The Greatest Legal Battle Ever Waged in the Ohio Circuit CJitrt Nw on I J The trial of A D Sehtellzhaum charged with embru1lng 86 belong Ing to the Illinois Central Railroad Company while acting as agent for that company at Pordsville was call Tuesday and la still on tial This La one of the wannest tqJ battles ever waged In the Ohio Circuit Court Commonwealths Attorney J U Rowe County Attorney W H Dunes and Mr II P Tayor appear for the prosecution and Attorneys l- Heavrin WOodward and Glenn Ringo for the defensesA B Schleltzbauni formerly oft AtchLnson Kansas but for many years an eznploye of the various rail roads of the country white attlllg as agent of the I C Railroad Company and American Express Company at Fordsvllte last July claims to have been held up by masked men and robbed Scltleltzbaum was tried and acquitted In the County Court for conaplr Ing with J H Doatner to rob theI American Express Company of 28 000 An Indictment for embezzling fS6 belonging to the railroad com parry of which SchlellzbauUJ claims to have been robbed Is now being prosecute We have not had time to give attention to the evlden e being Introduced but from luJormntlon gathered iron bystanders at the trial we be lieve R conviction extremely doubtful a- New Railroad The nllllois Central Railroad Company ta Investigating theadvlsabUlty of building a short line coin Whites yule Dl1vlt88 county to Hawesvllle the capital al Hancock county It it said that rich deposits of coal aud other ininenil lie along the proposed line That the company Is securlua right of wayalong the proposed route Is evidence that the conpany Isgrv big serious attention to the matter of building the road p Pone Burtou In Hock Pone Burton was arraigned In police court TueSday on a charge oI- druflkenneae an4 his trial resulted in a hung jury Burton was In town Monday and according to the city marshal and lila deputy Im1ibed teo- freely of the oil that srnooth8 our sorrows against which the Hartford city ordluace runs The jury thin t heard the case were unable toAgre e and thecase will conic up for hearing again March 23 ABOUT PEOPLE Mr J H Stewart Select was in- 10IVU Monday flfrJ L Douglas Roxey celled onus Vedneeday Mr Simon Jones Render was In town Monday Mr C R Ashby Rcnckport called ou us Monday Dr M P McDowell Dnnnleccalled on us Monday Mr T C Bean Dundee called onus Wednesday Attorney S P Roby Fordlvll1c18I attending court Mr UlytSUB Whl1lcl1 PretitI call ed on yesterday otr John Davis Wcstetfield was In town Monday Mr William Martin Olaton wasI In town Monday Mr U P Darnard Beaver DamI was In town Mondl1- YMrJTWeddlng Sulphur Springs was In town Monday Mr D D Bartlett Westerfield called ou us Monday Mr Charlie UdwardB Horton at tended court Monday Mr H C Wright Magan paid us a pleasant call yestardayeDeputy Sheriff J H RobertaFords- vllle Is attending court Mr Alonzo Coleman Ceralvo was pleasant caller Monday Mr Birch Felix Olaton was In town the first of the week Guess ot Deanfitld Jt flaMr Clarence Smith Fordsvllle was p In town the firstot the weekaJudge and Mrs R R Wedding pent Sunday In the couutryc Mr J W Whittinghill Olaton was among our visitors Monday Mr Hnrdin Chapman Adahbug as among our visitors Tuesday Mrs M J Bozarth Owens ro is- isiting relatives at Barretts Ferryt Esquire WMAwtry Horse ttended court the first of the weekaz Mr N Barrass Taylor Mines attended court the first of the weekh Cot C M Barnett Louisville Is pending the week with his family I ere Mr n P Mocre Narrows was the uest of his parents here the first of weekMrJobn J James of Delaware 1- DavlelS county Is visiting relatives at Fordsvllle Miss Nora Taylor Masonvllte Is guest of the family of Mr Dudley ord this weekd jlaSchlelzbaum case Miss Belle Wrerner left yesterday fiorrelatives In Loulzville Mr Anvltle Ball who has been II- IIoulsana for some time has returned T to his home at Smallhoua Mrs Fred Samples of OwcnaboroB s visiting her parents C Keown at FordsvUle Messrs J N Cole W S Dean andd Clarence Armeudt Dundee were among our callers Monday Superintendent James DeWeese who spent last week with his mother nt Trisler returned Monday Miss Alma Ford who Is attending College at Owensboro visited her parents at Fordsville Sunday Mr Wayne Griffin and wife returned Wednesday from a trip to New Or eans and other Southern points J Mr Clarence Smith Fordavilie- pent the weekln town a witness In he Doatner and Sclileitzbaum tunIs Mrs Julb Haynes of Henderson who has been visiting relatives at Horse Uranch returned home Monday Mr Horace Uskrldge Pordaville was here the first of the week a wit ness In the SchleUzbl1um and Boatner trials Candidates George Baker S L Stevens A S Bennett P L San defur and Ed Darrass were handshak- Ing here Monday Mr A C Landrum candidate for the Democratic nomlnl1t1on for Circuit Court Clerk of Grayson couutj was In town the first of the week Mv Allen Owen representlrg the Marsden Cellulose Company of Ow ensboro was In town yesterday This was Mr Allens first trip to Hartford = S The New Cash Grocery has just received a big lot of Bananas Apples Cheese Sausage Can dies and Cakesfor Court trade Fatted to Work tile Road Marshal John Guess olDeauefield brought Hayden Boarmau of that place litre Monday and lodged him In Jail where he will sntlsfy a line Cor IaLlure to work ou the put lie highway as per warnThg by the roadoversee a Clarence Field Mr Clarence Field has entered the Vederat service as matlweighcr Ills headquarters will be at Rockport Ipdlana Mr Field Is a splendid type of IlantfordR young manhood and his many friends here will be pleased to learn of his gOod fortune PMOLE REVOKED And Prisoner F L Smith Supposed to Have Fled From the State Last week the State Prison BoardI revokcl the parole of Prank L Smith and ordered him returned to the State Prison nt Eddyvllte to complete his term often yearn about two ot which he had already served The night before the November election 1897 Smith klllcll Louis Franklin at Sulphur Springs lIe was tried In the Ohio Circuit Court rind given a term of eleven yearn In the State prison Later he was granted a new trial and on a change of venue to the Drecklnrldge Circuit Court was given a sentence of ten yearsAfter serving about two and a half years of this sentence he was parole and came home a little more than a year ago Some time lost summer Smiths parole was revoked and the Sheriff received flfl order to convey him back to prison but through the Intervention of friends his parole war- xtended but last week his parole was again revoked Smith had been on his farm near Sulphur Springs for some time andI the Sherifi bas not been able to locate him so far Smith was last seen at Horse Branch Sunday afternoon and Is the general opinion that he has ed the State to avoid returning to ilson- FSmiths downfall Is due entirely ton excessive love for whisky While rowing up he was given a good edu e and by reason of considerable wealth left him by his parents who died In his Infancy his early aseocia- bions were with the best class of people When not under the Influences I whisky Frank Smith Is a type of itizen and gentleman well worthy he admiration of the best people of- ny community and many good citi- eus of Ohio county will regret to learn that his old enemy the glass as driven hint to leave hlBhome sad tateif he has leUto escape a term n prison The New Cash Grocery will make special prices o people attending Court T Circuit CourtaCircuit Court convened here Mont ay aU officials present The grand ury WAS organIzed with the following members R C Taylor Hartford H A WII soni MeRcury Felix Burdett Dean eld John HD3vls Taffy A R Mitchell FordBvlllej Jacob Weller Adaburg W W Loyd Duretts Ferry B Balls Centertownj S S May Hartford C R Stevens Centertown M Awtry Horse Branch and R Martin Hartford W M Awtry foreml1n and R B Martin clerkmThe time or the grand jury has been evoted so far chiefly to the cases of Ernest Embry and Rethel Duke The pettit jury was empaneled Tuesday morning and Is composed on the following named housekeepers R A Anderson J C Keowu Wal ter Allen C X Reneer Bruno Frey T A Evans O R Tinsley T W- Darrett Basil II Stewart Schuyler Acton John T Carter G W Marlin A J Williams Slim Morton D J Wilcox Burgess Austin Albert COj S Armstrong Tins Shields W R Wright Grant Pollard WMPhar rls J L Massie and J H Miller Alter the disposal of some minor cases the court took up the case of the Commonwealth vs A D Sehleltz baum charged tlth embezzling funds 01 the Illinois Central Railway Company which is stilt on trial and will probably engage the attention of the court for the balance of the week I j Pete Ilaifey Killed I Pete Halley a citizen welt known In OhIo county WAS accIdentally tilted In the Illinois Central railroad yards at Luisville Tuesday We hav been unable to learn details of the fad accident beyond the bare fact that he wan accidentally killed H RalpbWesterfield Mr William Ralph and Miss Hums Westerfield will be united In the holy bonds of matrimony at the residenCe of the brides Sunday March 8 Rev C B Coleman will be master of ceremonies Tur REPUBLICAN extends congratulatIonsI Mrs Mrs Bridget Crahan died of din eases incident to old IIge at her home at Horse Branch Saturday morning Mrs Crahan was the wile of Mr Mar tin Crahan and was nearly ninety years old She CAme here from Ireland about fifty years ago Death at Jingo Mr Charlie Martin died of nrlghta disease at his residence near Jingo Wednesday lie had been strlously Ill only n few days Mr Martin was formerly from Davless county bnt married Mu William Shroadera daughter about five years ago sine which tlm lie hanlived In Ohio coun ty He leaves a wife and two children Charlie Martin was an honest Industrious young man and his many friends will learn with sorrow of his death Tug RUPUBIICAN extend condolence to his family and friends tJ r 1 IIirci2Jpri1 MayTh- ere Is n best time for doing everythingthat Is a time when a thing can bo done to the best ad vantage most easily and most ci- feotlycly Now Is the best time for purifying your blood Why DccnUAO your system Is now trying to purify Ityou know this by the pimples and other eruptions that have como on your taco and body Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Are the medicines to takothey do the work thoroughly and agreeably and never fail to do It Hoods Ira the medicines you have always heard recommended aaroparlllatoobettrthroiamhthinHoods Sarsnparllla promIses to curs and keeps the promIse ANDY RENDER Compelled to Make Three Bonds Before He Could Secure a rlarrIage License Andy Render a colored man of- Mcllenry was up against It gOod and strong Saturday afternoon Andy had decided like many an other man that It was not good for- man to be alone and came to Hart ord Saturday for a marriage license While the County Clerk was perform IJ Itl put nf thin olewu dutylh hal PArIs placed Andy under arrest inclly Andy made a bond for his ppearanie before the poVce count ot- a tuLane time und was released But DO sooner did Andy start on his way rloidns In the hope of a brcnaew ride than Sheriff Keown arrested liii on au old capllls and demanded Eomt evidence of the early payment 01 the old fine charged IIglllnst hIm Andy had already given bond for his true and lothlul allegiance to the woman that was soon to become his wIfe and to the city authotities fox his appearance before the City Court on a given day but there was no other WRY to insure the wedding but to give tond for the payment of the fine due the Commonwealth which he did rind forthwith became a benedict Surely Andy believes that troubles never come singly Wooed and Won Ira Howard to Laura lB Moseley t W R Moseleys Westerfietd February 13- Flank fl Penman to Katie Gray at the Yeiser house Hartford February 25M M Allen to Mary Stewart at brides home Horse Branch Februa- r126 S L Mldklfi to Vltula Phillipps at home of bride Whltesvllie March t Ira Dozarth to Iva Potts at home of bride near RQslne March z VT Bratcher to Elizabeth Brntcher- at home of bride near Arnold Feb ary 28- Walter Harrison to Alice Block at brides home Reynolds March 4 Chain Gambrel to Mary Keown at home ofgroomn Rockport March 4 W A Owen to Mary IL Boler at home of bride near Roslue March 4 Your Tongue If Its coated your stomach Is bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dyspepsia make your liver right Easy to take easy to operate 2Cc All rnggiitSrd moulaeta in biuttiU1 1 bTovuotrChbCk f ThnUIin II BUCKINGHAMSDYEJoe DAVIESS OOUNTY BANK TRUST 001O- WENSBORO KY Cash Capital 50000St- ockhoidrsAddII Liability SOOOO Fund for Culoma 100000 Ousnantestnti reeetnd bJct to chck Cooi41- IIOIlIIDIroto deposit or eboek out Lii can bin done b1DlL Iotortini pinid on Umo dtpOelUII- S PER CENT for iImonthljIortpeTeofl- torborterprtod inttoit boKlIIlJDmodjalelT- VOU or writ for tDrtbtr pttcu1r- A2iDEIZSONlrdtT TilE LGIITNIN SEED SOEE BEST ON EARTH Gl1anllltcod nor10 entire nU- tacUcn It to bo returxici and inoneyro funded Can I bouso4bytbo 1 mOot lncxpert encc4 man J- wtU Go to 0 AORtA met DAY Weighs rats than on can be uodon horscbackMw tiUon 5oFdco Ilt your Fostoti- lco1o TrY OnO bo conrineod and solbappyc rAOENT8 WANTED 9 n rawu liJ D L D SANDERFU- RID1 DMr KV DEAIKlliJi Hardware and Groceries Har vesting MRQI1IIICS Farming Implements Commercial For tililizors Garden Seeds and Field Seeds 1 1 8 t IRE inEvery Departmentl i- Ii a IThisis now the rule in our store more IIbefore These values are repro- SOfltCl ill everything that is now seasonable For a few days longer we will continue to 4 Iisellour Wintor Goods at cost This means eit saysno fake The goods must go ato make room for our Spring Stock and these prices moans dollars to our patrons It iC- Ii is our time to soil and your time to buy and isave 4departmentIiinevery a It is a Grand WindUp Sale iIiOn all heavy good Shoes Underwear Hats Shirts Overshoes Clothing Over 4coats Furnishing Goods Etc Our Dress aGoods Department will provo interesting to IILadies and they arc invited to call and seo a the attractive bargains wo are offering hero are goods that will wear you at lowest 4cutrate prices Same way with Shoes and runny other kinds of goods winch are alaways serviceable winter or summer This IiMlhGre Vau 4- 3Save Dollars iI IiOn big purchases and dimes on small IIithings It will bo to your Interest to take 4- I of this opportunity Call in aanyhow whether you buy or not You can got posted and mnke tine other merchants ticomedown to our prices Remember these agoods are all firstclass and embody the aatvory best wearing material that can be found Hero is where high value and low price moot on common level The sooner 4 I you come tIne bettor you willo satisfied 4- I with your purchaseiI = TheEconomy Dry Goods Store aMRS SARA COLLINS SMITH Manager 4caaCiCilla IhiC t krI- cITrntrcrc1 sentuc yA school of Actual Business Bookkeeping Shorthand TouchTypewriting and attendant branches We have special arrangements with a roputabieEmploy mont Bureau wherobywe can GUARANTEE POSITIONS to all students who complete a Combined or Shorthand Course Business or Shorthand Course 3000 Combined Course 4000 Students may enter at any time and receive full in structions We continue the entire year IRIIi HANKINS President EW PATTERSON V Presl WiliDoiflsUvansvllle March aPIve hundred acres of valuable coat lanl have been purchased near South Carroltton Ky by WIlliam MOody of Evans yule and Dr Joseph hancock and John Hancock of Philadelphia and will be developed at once Call for a SenatorIal Convention At a meeting of the Republican Executive Committee of the 7th Senatorial District held at Beaver Darn Ky December 20 1902 It was ordered that a convention be held inn each of the voting precincts In said district ore Saturday July n 1903 at a p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend n county conven Lion to be held at the county seat oj each county In said distrIct on Mon day July 13 1903 atI p m which countY conventIons shall elect delegates to attend a district convention- to be held atIlarUord Ky Saturday July z8 5903 at C p m to nominate a candtdte for State Senator In said district The representation In the county convention shall be one delegate for each 25 or fraction over ci votes cast for McKinley for President in 1900 and the basis of repres nta Uon In the district convention shan be one vote for each coo or fraction over 50 votes cast for McKinley fth President In The candtdatere- ceiving a mAjOrity of all the y t f cast In said district conventtou Shall be declared the nominee ot the Repub Ucao party lor the office of State Sen ator In said district NlcnoLAs DARRASS Chsnn M S RAGLANS Seey THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlceaWeek EditlonA1 most a Dally at the PrIce of a Weekly The ireinldentlin1 campaign Is oTer bat thin world goes on just thin sani and U III tuft olnw To learn this iniwa Jest as lt taproaptl7 adItbat rOil hlU to do III to EdltloaBtitbciberu5tlmcin a Th ThilceaWeek World dUIeice ni a luther ml 11 rat new hile given It circulation wbe1 ever the English laDpa1 III spokenand yon wantli ThThrlce4Weink World rgo1ar aIIblortP- tlOD price ii only 100 pr Tar W offer title IIDequaltd newipaper and Tm RxPUDUVAN to gther one year for lIJO rogolar eubcrlptloa price o the IIpro iitO0 proverbS It When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has eyer told why When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and flesh we say give them Scotts Emu skin It is like the penny in the milk because it works and becaus there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachs Children take to it naturally Dccause they like the taste rid the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectlyadapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treatment I We will send you the penny I C sample free no UN that Ibis Nctun tin thin lorm Of in labe Ie on lb MftP1Cr ot evui bolU of- EmilbloD yoib- uyCOTTBOWN I 3 Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y in n n dmIlL = r I CaSCJIORXABe- aniU lie KindYcu Hate Atrp Boubt BJpat1ll of a- 4 d 1 lea f Hartford Republican a e FRIDAY MARCH 6 lllnols Central RallroadTlmoI Tablo k New time card takings ettect 8unday Dec 7 100ratnoonNorthAonnd Month Jlonnd NolSJ dno 8S7a m No Ill da llIT a m No 101 doe 347 p m No177dae1747pm NoHl dneS3ip mI toeal Frelgo No 1M due 788 a nu m due 14T pm 8DV KWS7EAgentj SAD AFFAIR Mourning Among the Inhabitants of Old GraysonI l The Short Creek correspondent o I the Grayson Lender relates an Inch r dent of popular weeping In that cow munity and as the author of the 1 trouble Is an exOhio county citizen we thought It would be well to give It to our readers It seems that Short Creekers arc f passionately fond of dance an exert else to which music Is Indlspensa ble For several years Mr Rober- Day an cxKarrows citizen has sat the head of the house on these tea five occasions or In plain English Robert has done the fiddling And now the weeping and walling and knashingof teeth with the attend ant cry for the mountains to fall etc among the Short Crcekers is due to the fact thatRobert has sold his fiddle It dont appear from the correspondent whether Robert baa dlspos ed of his Instrument with the view toCI giving up the muelcal art perma nently or just felt a disposition t t givingof his musical talent is calculated to spread deep shadows over the dance loving Short CreekerscBut we verily believe that Robert will turn to music again when the forest turns to greeu for It seems to be bred In his bones But anyway a host of ea dance lovers around Sul phur Springs Narrows and Olatun know how to deeply symthlze with the dancing Short Creekers if Robert should give up his fiddle for keeps IP Didnt Know Dr Clardy During n political campaign Tltltl man of South Carolina the had been into CIKentuckyelect the Democratic ticket He was making an impassioned speech tell- Ing s about how Congressmen sold out and betrayed the interests of their constltuen when a farmer on the outskirts of the crowd shouteda 1DoesWho said TU1manuDr Clardyl a voicesWhos Dr Clardy asked the Senator apparently suspicious that somebody was laying a trap for himP There was an astounded breathless pause Then the crowd replied Why hes our Congressman Tillman drew o long breath My friends he said in accents of im presslve sincerely so help me God I never heard of the manaJAnd It came near beating Clardy for re election which as he was a Democrat would have been a painful sequel to Tlllrnana efforts in the cause of DemocracyNew York Times CaBTOaXABlau tie I Jgum 9BOUgbtQl E One Idol Shattered Congressman is a big man in b0 own district but not quite so large In W This was demonstrated in tiegate corridors last week btween Senaet tor Cockrell and two ladlesr2You know whom I mean one ofal the ladies was saying I refer tow Mr South Trimble You know himfo of courseMr Trimble of courseb1 I know the Trimble of Kentucky by reputation said the Senator doubtfullyYes the lady Insisted butf I mean South Trimble You bindIWeell hesitated the knowI of course I know the Trimbles Here the other lady came rescue Mr South Trimble she = said our Congressman you know Congressman South Trimble of Ken tuckyOhl said Senator Cockrell Non I never heard of him It toAnd there was a dreadful pause while the ladles tried to take it all in tlStrangeIn an effort to prove that the souldcan leave the body to return to it bert Guelle a man of superior Intellect lost his life victim of one of theW strangest experiments In history Mr Guelle was widely known as a translater from the Greek Latin and tle Hebrew For a time he filled an apt polntment at the bureau of public as Distance but resigned his position to study occult science at Mendou The Independence ol the mind in fer dreams caused him to conclude that wo is dual and he resolved omonhis soul from his body for a timetHis experiments was based on the feats of fakirs in ladla who have themselves burled alive maintaining their body in a lethargic state while as their minds are supposed to Journey in the astral world YIIngwbl h would let a mixture of chloro term ether wd wulcr tall drop bj drop on his face Then choosing hij birthday for the experiment be wrote his will and a later to n friend Ha placed himself on a bed beneath the apparatus having annolnted his body with antiseptics that mortifi cation should not set in white his soul was absent The letter to his friend asked him awaken Guelle at the end of ten days Immediately on receiving it the friend rushed to the yound mans apartments with Guelles mother They were too late They found the student stretched on the bed a calm expression on his as if he were sleeping He had dead several hours motherrprove fatal He promised that his soul should continue to communicate with her Pointed Paragraphs Some love letters are to soft to file A man usually blows In a lot of money on a blowout thetStir up a mano wrath if you want his candid opinion of you With the exception of ballet girls chronic kickers are n nulcance Many a woman bends a mans will during life and breaks it after his deathA nose may be due to the rays of the sun or to the raise of the glass Perhaps the worst thing about rheumatism is the apparent necessity listening to everybodys cure for it oWhen two men get together each himself when to women meet they both talk about some other womanWhen a man falls it is owing to cir cumstances past all human control but when he succeeds it is due to his personal ability so he saysChi cago News FIRST MILLSTONES Used by Early Settlers Along the Kentucky River Nlcholasvllle Ky Feb 28 One the most remarkable monuments oi early settlement of Kentucky con slate of the first mill stones by which meal was ground These stones one and a halt lest in diameter They were hewn from the limestone which abounds In the Kentucky river cliffs by Capt John McMurtry great grandfather of Dr Lewis McMurtry Louisville As Capt McMurtry killed at Ft Washington now- incinnati in 1791 the stones are than a century old They now lie in the yard of the old Alex Mc Murtry farm in Garrard county Though one has been broken the are all there It is estimated that the bees of the United States have produced during the season just closed seven million dollars worth of honey and wax It would again seem like old times to see a girl with her head wrapped up in a nuby The Coal Operators Committee has adopted a sliding scale on which to ask subscriptions It will bring over 10000 to the Associations fund Contributions wilt range from 25 to 500 tae STORXAMean th The Kind You Hare Alwjs BflBilt rlCheap Rates One way second class colonist rates commencing February xsth and con nning dally until April 30th Tick will be sold at greatly reduced to California Colorado Oregon Washington points These rates contluue in effect until March 31 Colarado and California points only until April 30th tor Mon- tanA Washington and Oregon poi- ntsSHORTHAND accompUlhmentor IwoLearn It noro We teach all business branches Correct methods Large patronage Enter any time tlOOD liOADD FOR 178 A WEEK Write for catalogue Lockyears Business College ETan vin lad Do You Want This Gold Wo are going to give a nice ow TenDollar Gold piece the Correspondent of THE REPUBLICAN who sends us largest club of yearly sub before noon of Mon ay April 5 Renewals count tho same as now subscriptions hen paid up ono year in advance A big prize for a lit work and ono of our correspondents is going to got it Why not you Wo could get moro clubs by laving the of open to everybody but limit it to our correspond its because wo want to show that wo appreciate their work for TilE REPUBLICAN Send in names and money rapidly as you receive them and every subscription- sent in will bo credited to club account Begin 11 ONCE THE DAY OF THE MULE Pratie For the Ixnur Eared Sure footed tMvndjr Served lUaiit Tbo mulo Is getting a great deal of commendation In various regions of the country nowadajo nnd hero la tbo lot oat contribution of ITarm and Ranch Every farmer recognizes tbo superior ity of tho mulo over tho banJo for onM nary or extraordinary farm work Hardiness exemption from dlaeaoo economy of keep long Ute of nsafnV DOOS enduronoo under gtrces of heavy work or cxpoooro docility froodom from blemishes and pationco under all sorts of adversity aro somo of the promtnent characteristics of tho mule Mules are always In demand and it will be ninny years before there aro enough mules raised to meet this demand and in case of wars bcroor else whore the demand will Increase and the patient beast will command n hIgh cr price The averago price of mules has olwaya cseceJcd that of borsca by SO to CO per cent Ignorant or malicious paragraphers have slandered tho mule by loft silly attempts to bo witty at his expense and caricatures of flying debris driven to windward by tbo heels of tbo male haw afforded amusement to tbo Ignorant who would hardly know a mulo from a Jack rabbit If they should moot ono in the publlo total Compared with these libelous scribblers a well bred mule wbooo manners bavo not been corrupted by asooclatlon with men of low degree Is a gentleman or lady as tbo case may bo But honestly and truly tho mulo is the most valuable beast of burden known to civilized won and tho moot profitable to use or to sell and consequently the moot profitable to raise For honest faithful alt sacrificing work tho horse has never equaled the mule The hovso may have more style and greater speed but he stumbles and falls or tiles tho track and wrecks the vehicle but his patient sure footed plodding long eared half brother the mule Is often at tbo goal waiting tho arrival of the skittish and fickle steed Not only has tho mulo been vilified but he has been maltreated by men who possess all of his alleged faults and none of his virtues so that If tho worst that was ever said of him wen true and his accusers were the vie time of his vices it would only bo retributive justice Farmers take our advice In large doses and raise mules use more mules and sell more mules WESTERN HEMLOCK Its Claim ne a Babatltato Par Bpruco and Wbtte Pine Western hemlock bas suffered so ec vcroly through the reputation of its eastern relative nmong lumber menu facturcrs and consumers that It has at present scarcely any market standing To remove this prejudice and to Intro duce tbo western hemlock to too market by pointing out its USC Its eco nomic value and tho conditions under which it may profitably bo grown and manufactured was ono of the purposes of a two seasons study on the ground by the bureau of forestry The ron clusions to which this study hoe led have been summarized as follow First Tho wood of they western hemlock la far superior to that of tho rest wWrn11Y mMLOCR tOn Caocado mountains Washington ntltuda 3000 teet showing thIck rough bark of mountain form cm tree It la suitable for use In all ordinary building work It furnishes good paper pulp It Is sufficiently light and strong to make excellent wooden warn stock and It Is particularly valu able for Indoor finishing Its bark Is half again as rich In tannin oa that of floe eastern tree Second Under favorable conditions tho western hemlock rcprodtxj abundantly and grows very rapidly Spree these conditions aro usually disadvan tageous to red fir hemlock may often bo counted upon to reforest cut over lands when rid fir would probably fall to establish itself Third Tho western hemlock has now to contend mainly with a preju dice which ta based upon a knowledgo of the eastern tree nlono The Impor tance of bringing it into the market on a large scale as a substitute for spruce and white pine Is growing rapidly Its ciualltlcrf entitle it to rank among the valuable timber trees of this continent What Other Ser Is black water running away from the barnyard 7 Then tbcro Is a bolo In your pocket Does It pay to save n cents worth of food In the dishwater containing wash ing powders and kill ro worth of pigs by feeding ouch slops Corn will bring twice ao much In a hog aa In a sack So will hay In a cow bring twice as much as In a bale I Now that there IH a market for hogs every day In tho year except Sundays pork can bo grown more cheaply tbfin where It was necessary to wait for InIter before bogs caald bo sold experience Teaches A young man who was ambitions to got an education but lacked the money to pay his expenses In college consult ed an eminent judge as to what course ho would better adopt Tho judge had onto boon In tho samo predicament and had undergone many hardships while fitting himself for tho eminent position ho occupied consequently ho was speaking from experience when reply- Ing to his young friends Inquiries would you advise mo to go Into debt to got an education tho young askedWell depends on tbo lino of conduct you are disposed to pursue Would you honestly pay back every cent of money you borrowed to pay J Itor your education 7 IIIthe money w Thon I would advise you to bor row What course would you recommend tnQ to tako In college l Tim Kind Yon Hnvo Always Bought and vlilcli has beer In uso for over 00 years has borno tlio slpnntnro of and has boon lnado under Iris per 411V sonNsupervision sluco Its nihncy + Allow no ono to deceive you iu this All Counterfeits Imitations cord JustnJgootl WO but Experiments that trifle with and ontlnnRoi tlio health or Infants nnd Children Experience ngnbt t Experiment What is CASTOROastorln is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It L Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Knrcotlo substance Its ngo is Its guarantee It dostroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Dlnrrlioon and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constlpatiou anti Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Dowels giving healthy nnd natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho BIother8 friend CENUIWE CASTORflALWAYS S Boars tho Signature of eThe KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMC CCNTAUII COMMNV TT XUKIUT OTHcrT flew oaronv Wtf1ir 1io J1 lii 7 i Oh that Is n matter or Indlffer once I belt your pardon It really doesnt matter what courso you take In college If you go Into debt to get an education you will got the chief part of it while struggling to get out of debt again Where Poverty Waa Crlmlnnl In Peru nt the period of tho Incas before Its conquest by tbe Spaniards in the early part of the sixteenth century poverty was counted a crime The whole territory was divided into three portions and the respective revenues and resources were given 1 to support the priesthood and ceremonial worship of the sun who was their god 2 to ho reigning Inca for the expenses of the royal household and tbo cost of government 3 to tho people at EO much a bend The extent of land ap portioned to each householder was reg ulated by the size of his family Tills nation of workers wrought an ono man for tbe common good Their simple wants were easily and entirely satisfied no ono WAS overworked and thusthey lived n happy and contented life with frequent holidays and festi vale Under a social system so well organ ized that no man could bo poor unless be were Incorrigibly Idle we cannot wonder that those who did tall into pOTCrty and want through sheer indo lence were regarded as deliberate criminals and were oven allowed to starve Why Tie nnlicd the Price Mr fickle was a noted secondhand bookseller of Dublin Ills bookshop was the favorite haunt of bishops clergymen of all creeds professors and schol are generally in search of rare volumes A story is told of an encounter Mr Hlckle bad with n Catholic priest only a few days before he retired from bis beloved bookshop to die A young priest called on him and taking up a book in quired tOO price Unit a crown fa ther said nickle But said the priest I can get it for Is Od from Mr Blank Of course said fickle but you see tis a Protestant book and I think you shouldnt buy a Protestant book BO I put half a crown Qfl it that you might lave It behind Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vlgcr one and when the kidneys are out of order or diseasedKidney has prevalentthat for to be born afflicted with weak kid neys If the child urin lIes too often If the urine scales ins lesh or it When the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with depend upon It the cause of the Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttroublokidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwamp Root Is soon realised It Is sold by druggists In fifty cent and dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle bv mall cheerfulness soon disappear trouble a child difficulty mpitooalegl I thousands of testimonial letters receIved I from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer tic Co Binghamton N Y be sure and paperDont I mistake but remember the name Dr BlnghamlonN THE NEW YORK WORLD Tbrlcea Week EdltfonAI most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly I The Presidential campaign It over but the world goo on Just tbe soma and It U tall ofnews To learn tblellea Just as It I promptly and Impartially all that you hare to do l to look 01hoscriber 1M time o year pubtllherYODwantThe Thrla aWeek World regular enbiorlii thlsunequaleduewepaperget her one year fort 1M papees Anron tmUrg a tketrk and Je trlMln mar qolcklr njrcrtim rnr opinion InTontlnn I pro ientlmll t HoAcniiaeeaq eonn treeOldest for e r 6tlUa Patents take rough Munn A 00 fCtlre- rpttlll notlH wt a ntonnro In tho Scientific junerican A tiandiomelr tliitratnl weekly rarretttne- nlalon of any F ienUIla lOimiL Tenn era nat fcmrmon a It twUbyal tiewniwlcr IaUNN Co3ate ad1e Ne i York Draoch Ufflcu v3S Y KU Wiutlogton D w CHICSESTESS EfiSUS- SPEMIYiOYALPBi CAup aeN r eIIrt 1y1 8IbOlilt IIoldTake no other Lteaae dangerous ub tlatlon aDd ImllatlonLurorrourDroegtt-or send its Ram for Particulars Tnll kernbyul UroorisucnioncsTBR onsMiOAt co11100 3I IUILIUPX T t i IlC3Ib U1i 1JSrc u CirI1C tnr1 t aQilk 10 Cur a c1acJ Olf e Y to Iwo J7 T t Jt1ve lSRD OIL O QuinRiiiid TaI eisflJl on every ti sawn Mflllen bees sold In past 13 months Tills slnatuier 7YIa rbox 25ClI LNGINE SAW MILLS Pulleys Bolting Shafting Hangers Bnbbit Metals Oils Waato Packing Suction Hoso Oil Cups Lu bricators Valves Pipo and Fittings All kinds of Iron and Brass Castings All Work Done on Short Notice SelfOiling Car Wheels for Mills and Mines srWrite for Catalogue Ls M4cbin Vorksr I OWENSBOltO KENTUCKY Homo Phono No 449 Cumberland No 1- 53ILLIS I I SALOON E3ARTPORD etiHandles tho BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Ryo Old W S Stoiio and Old rnntiol1alspecialties Bock Beer Bock Beer B Ba COLLINS COa- Aoa eepmgttBSSTI5 mE CH AP STl P nJflnJ7dl m 571or77umll Tyve dlirriny W Jfrnd lifalo usjjgAAfxi4 la Serer my itUncwl Uachen each one a ipn taft ID nl line Grade es of this college preferred bj btitlnm bo F We OK now In our new home nearest c roar 8w nd and Walnat trr t tbe meet andbet irninK decI olbiitlJlnK In tbeBoutii Iu ll ldtnllutra tloa Sctiool la iwilon nil the jear hiuJe ucanrai rnt au time VUltor alwaje w Icome E3WlllfULT Trvit 1 ViSfi1e1 Qlhtl S COST NO MORE THAN PUVIM ONES IN White BronzeMarble is entirely out of date Granite soon guts moss growrl dUcoloi l requires cuistantfepense aid core mid eventually crumbles back to Mother Earth Besides it is very expensive White Bronze is strictly everlasting It cannot crumble with the action of frost Moua growth la vj impossibility It is more ottlntlc than any stone Then why not investigate It has been adopted for nearly one hundred public monuments and by thousands of delighted customers lu all parts of the country It hit been on the market over 55 years nod is an established success Many granite dealers have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We have hundreds ol bcautlfuldeslgnsof grades of work and want to have you see them If yon are Interested In a monument headstone marker or grave cover On receipt of a postal card will be pleased to cull with designs and sample of White Bronze Yours truly D J RIIOADS Beaver Dam Ky Agent for the Monumental Bronze Coof Bridgeport COM wjalQSIIjWJ11r I JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT HARfFORD LAWIeoUeeUooamakingabstract tJ OSlct north aide public qaare O E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW HARrroiin UY oOhio tokDAVIDSONAttorney II1AR1FOlW KY Will prattle hi Iroftlon in Ohio and adjoin BK conntlw HpMlal attention given to all hal- P M entrusted to hi tare S P RODYI nTTORNEY4T14W1OUIRlILLE Wiltprartkwbls prulnulon In nil thaconrUol Arpea1aRpKlallltunUolI OMBARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will priutlr bin proi lon In nil thronrUoOhio and ndjolninff tnnntlM Nte lnlnttenUon- wUl be given to all baiilncM otn nl to hit eraOall etlou a epetlaltyE NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY 01KatokretUment4 domlmtii ntat rtMwl num lIdrrlMlnnl pr rUa OOw uptttlra Urtffln block L S R WEDDING AHORNEY and COUNSELLOR at LAW HARTFORD KY win priwllco bin prnlnulan In nil the marts of Ohio and ndjolnlnit tonne Red lav Conrt ol Appeal rrouifit ntu ntlon glees to all bueinm- eatnsfd to dim Offlw o at OtiiUr Htnvt R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY trailprnrlirohlaprulsinnIntheoartsolOhio- andadfolalacro0ntia Ale o Nntonr 1nblle UUJinAVIUN EIINE8TWOODWA1H HEAVRIN WOODWARD c t 4I 4W1- IliatroaaRrI I 1711 prnetlatheir prolMwIim in nnlhCeurte- of OMo ruanlT unit Hoartirf i wh Stb ilrvl nttMiilon RtVM i itmlniti pro d aid twos Uun one next dour to Hank ui llattlortl a W H BARNES Attorney at Law ANDeOUNTr ATTOHNET UnTroaDIKT Will pnutln bU probwIoD In All th Coirta ol Ohio B ndJolnlDK roeatteand to the Ciol Appeal Strict attention will t 1a to all bnilntM entrusted to kU rare CoBMtlom itittlltT nfflra In ranrthoBM T f t T Jf J Jf Jf Jf o era tt f 1 BEYOND 0 J t OUR EXPECTATION Was our trade for 1902 which closed a few days since represent ing close to one hundred and fifty car loads of Implements Ve hicles and Seeds in twelve months reaching the enormous sum ofca 6 I isoooo g coWe mean to make the business reac- h2OOOOOOO J t S for lS03 aIt4 Our branch house at this point will occupy a very important lace in us in this amount of business as we rGc several more on the road which were bought right and will be r sold right N ow is the time for breaking Plows i f R ry 7 Tile Old Oliver Chilled 1nFr oc 1 Cannot be downed and were headquarters for them A completer lII qline of the best Field Seeds that can be bought constantly on o hand J tThe Old Reliab e Stdeakerfr4 on top and on whieli we can make you correct prises t Best Fencing Wire 8220 Get our prices and get our goods tf I it Thanking our many friends for the big trade they have given l us the past year and trusting we will merit a portion of your valued patronage for the year we beg to remain H 7 I 4 t Yours for Business J 7 j t T J TURLEYCOfTJ JJ 01 ff1 IiOJ r