You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican: n. Friday, December 4, 1903. The Hartford republican. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan, Hartford, KY 1903 hao1903120401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: n. Friday, December 4, 1903. The Hartford republican. Barnett & Milligan, Hartford, KY 1903 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. m t artforb Uqrnblk n t A Fine Job Work a Specialty QFFJCIALQ ANOFTBEPA lli TEE f00T COlIaEESSION bDlSTElCT Subscription 1 a Year iff VOL XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 4 1903 No 2O POSTOFFICE FRAUD ClIftonHoover of Clear unTwo Hundred and NinetyFive Dollars Short 4UNCLE SAM AFTER HIM There baa for some time been au air of suspIcion In the conduct of the- postofce at Clear Run a little cross roa4 store aboutten miles ngrthof herepostmasterL1 Uncle was oercu when Mr Sasonga Government Ost office Inspector opened the booKs of postmaster UoonrY The Incom rorit8nl1 ofttces like this Is a sum qdt In amount Ito all the aance and nq mote PostmasterHoover had for more than a year bum In the habit of or dering stamps In large amount and reportIng large cancellations some times 15 per month and the Inspec tor knowing the office to be a very small one and seeIng reports of such an enormous bustness began invest gating tosee how itwasthat Mr Hood ers office was doing such a rushing business On examInation of the books of the office the Inspector found that Iloov er had been buyIng goods horn Sears Robuck Co and other such firms and paying for them In stamps nod would at the end of the quarter re port that he had cuueUed the stamps and had drawn from the Government pay for stamps that he had bought goods for his store with Mr Hoover acknowledged his shortage and frauds and met the in- Spector f here one day last week and r paid him 29500 the amount of the deficit discovered n Is most sure that the matter will be brought before the next Federal grand jury when Federal Court again convenes nt Owensboro U so the defaulter will be apt to receive the f extreme penalties of the law WIIiTESVILLE KY Dec 2Mr John Sapp entertained a few of his friends Wednesday even Ing withfllnch Those present were Misses Nuns McCarty Florence Sim mono Robbie hays Gertrude and Annie HIckey Martha Kittinger and Mary A Wedding Messrs Charlie Chnflln Pallier Wedding Wilt and George Brooks Jesse Strothers and Abe Stiles I Messrs Hays and Simon Smith of- Fordsville were In town Sunday r MIsses Lute Rice and Tny- for of Habit visited the MIsses Mc Carty Saturday and Sunday Miss Martha Kittinger gave one of the finest putiea of the season Satur day night Mr Thomas Hickey and wife re turned home Sunday morning from Fordsville where they had ben spendIng a few days Mr Strother has moved n to our lo nand takeq charge of qia drug store formerly owned by d Lltsy Rev H OSuUlvon returned from LoulllvUle Sunday Mr Ed Lltsy bas moved to Missouri MIss Essie SmIth of Uwensboro spent Thanksgiving wIth MIss Rob ble Hays Mr George Brooks spent a few last week with his sister Mrs Cook of Beaver Dam IdaysI Rock Montgomery rind WIlllaUls of Owensboro spent Thanksgiving here Mr and Mrs Clarence Streets spent Thanksgiving with Mrs Streets mother Mrs A P1 Brooks Liver Pills Thats what you need ne 1 to cure your bilious goodIliver pills 1 hey cure con stipation and biliousness Gently laxative All dru lt1- 1nnt tour tnnlltaebe or beard n bauntul- btorraorrlehblack t Then UIO 1 QUCKINGNAh S DYE h orgI- D L90I aWtL N L P Nu A a0 NwY4 N I n lOVfRS TfRRmlf REVENGE Kills Uncle and Cousin Over aGirIFatally Wounds Two Others y Cluster Gardner Visits Death Up on Relatives inHa t COunty i ina Fit of Jealousy jHodgensville Nov 36 Squire Osborne and son DIe O borne wire shot and killed Will Gardner aortal band John Bennett fatally wounded by C ster Gardner a nephew and cousin at 7oclok last night liS the 1 result of n quarrel overs girl Gardner Is In jail lit MuufordsvUle and bas confessed to the murder The tr dY took place at Pike View a- small hamlet In Hart county fourteen miles from here The shooting occurred at the home of Squire Osborne where the victims had gathered to spend the nIght About y oclock Gardner crept up to the window of the house and taking aim wIth a doublebarrel shotgun shot Squire Osborne through the head killing him nstantly lIe next shot Dave Osborne who felt dead In his tracks Win Gardner a cousIn stepped to the door of the room ad was shot through the body The murderer shot John Bennett several shot entering his head The trouble grew out of IIn old grudge between John Bennett and Custer Gardner which was renewed yesterday afternoon when Gardner accused Bennett of alienatIng the af factions or his sweetheart A fight followed lu whIch the other victims took thepart of Bennett The trou ble was smoothed over and they sep arated apparently In the best of hUe mar Gardner went to the borne of Thorot Shlpp and asked to barrow the latters shotgun sayIng lie had located B covey of birds and wanted to kill them before they separated Within half an hour he had completed his deadly work ReturnIng home he reloaded his shotgun He went to the home of SquIre Os bornes daughter and attempted to take the lives of her and her mother firing at them twice He then went home and mounting R horse left the sceneGardner was captured at Elizabeth town and taken back to Munfords yule Determined threats to lynch hIm caused the officers to take the murderer to Bowling Green for safe keeping The principals lire aU prominent farmers and the murder has caused the greatest excitement In this and adjoining counties Program Of ForiJsvllle Magisterial District Teachers Assoclation to bs held at- Fordsvllle December 12 1903 Problems lor the Country Teacher T W Odell I Whet sltouldbe done In the Interim Between School Terms J S M Royal What Constitutes an uptodate Teacher Mary R Storms Teaching as a SteppIng Stone Moses Coppage RecitationLola Acton NoonEducation and EmpireI S Mason What does the Differentiation of Society In the Present Age mean Sam Wilson Tendencies of Modern LIteMoUte- TunstaU RecitationIrene WhlttlnghlU Necessity of Obliterating the Whis pering HabItOra Edge RecessRecltatlonWlUle Lee Allen Common School GraduationGar field Drown Rules of Health for the Teacher T J Edge IIBreakersDouR Westerfield Laughter In the SchoolroomAr thur Moxley Pleasures of the ProfessionA P Miles Every teacher In the district must attend or teach an extra day t L S MASON V Pies I RESOLUTIONS Lawyers And Officers of Hartford Oar Pay Respects to Judge Owen HARTFORD Ky Nov 26 1903 At a mass meeting of the members of the Hartford Bar and officers or the OhIo Circuit Cagrthis day assem bled the lion J P Sanderur wan elected Chairman and J D Wltson Secretary Thereupon the chairman of the meeting stated that the purpose Hof the meeting waS to prepateresolu None suggestive of the sentiments and regrets of the bar and officers of the Court upon the retirement oj the Hone Wm T Owen Judge oj the Ohio Circuit Court Thereupon on motion the chair appointed J S Glenn M L Heavrin and II P Taylor os a committee onn resolutions whIch committee retired and reported the following resolutions towlt Whereas The present term of our twlceelected Ctrcuit Judge Hon Wm T Owen ofOwensboro Kybasnow expIred by limitation and he Is now retiring BS the Judge of this Court and will sever hIs official connection with the number of this bar and of Leers of said Court De It Therefore Resolved That during the two terms of office just ended Judge Owen has served the whole people as a wise Indus trious and learned Judgethat we have learned to love honor and respect him for hIs ability Industry and puri ty of purpose Bt aU times and that he takes with hIs retirement horn the bench from us our everlasting gratitude and best wishes leaving with us most pleasant and tendtr rec- oHectionp I Be It further r slved that a copy oj these resolutions be presented to Judge Owen that a copy be presented to the OhIo CircuIt Court and or dered spread upon Its records and that copies be furnished the Hartford preys for publication J S GLUNN M L HRAvIUN Com H P TAYLOR On motion said resolutions were unanimously adopted and Mr H P Taylor n practicing attorney of the Hartford bu was appoInted by the chair to present same and directed to have the same spread upon the record of the Ohio Circuit Court and furnish copies to the press and this meetIng Is adjourned to meet in court halt tomorrow morning for the pre sentation of the above resolutions J P SANDRRruR Chmn JOJJN D WU50N Seey- A An Excellent Showing The FordsvlUe Graded School under the management of Profs I S- Mason and S M Wilson has grown to be one of the foremost institutions ot learnIng In this part oj the State Notwithstanding the fact that finon- dal resources procured by taxation fur the benefit oi the school has been eliminated the good people have by willing subscription raised funds sufficient to pay their excellent facul ty to continue through the spring term which will begin January 18th 1904 Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by HaUs Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Pheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan emily able to carryout any obligations made by their firm West Truu wholesale Druggists Toledo O- Walding Kinuan Marvin wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous serface of the system Testimonals sent free Price 75o per bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the best A BROOKLYN BELLE 1Saved About lerun u a USmorlyfor AilDTiemei ofmlifcr Congha tlCold Dud Cntarr- hThatPernna h cures catarrh coughs colds is well known to both tho medIcal profession and the peoplo generally It Js undoubtedly the most cpopular remedy for this class ct diseases In existence Road tho fOllowing =letters lerunB Cure a Cold nt tho Onhet Miss E M Isaacs Armstrong Pa Vicolrcsldent ot tho Fortnightly Club writesNo one who has tried the comforts Peron brings would ever bo without lt- Iused to dread tho slightest cold ns Us consequences wero so lengthy and so unpleasant and tho catarrhal condition which invariably followed so hard to got rid of but since I have known ot the blessed relief secured through tho use of perono I nm free from oU this unplea- santncs and suffering Ask Your SHOOTING AffRAY James Tongate Slightly in jured at Livermore While in State of Intoxication Renews Old Quarrel WltbOscar King and is Wounded Livermore Ky DeciThere was a shooting affray here this afternoon 1 at 33o bclockin which James Ton gate a barber suffered a slight flesh wound below the left knee Inflicted by Oscar King a mill hand whq re cently came from Hartford Ohio county TOllgate had been drInking quite heavily and the two men hay lug had trouble before the quarrel was renewed TongRte being the ag gressor Alter some words King byIgate not to follow him but bl persist ed In doIng so when King turned upon hIm and fired several shots one of which took effect In Tongates leg No arrests have been made but King will probably be arraigned tomor row JINGO RY Dec 3Health In this vicinity Is generally good Rev ld F Jenkins closed a success ful revival nt Cticord lost Saturday with twentyfive conversions Mrs J Y who has been seriously sIck Is improving Uncle John Thoias died Tuesday t Mias Alico ONoU 312 Adams street Brooklyn N Y writes Icannot say toomudimfAvorotPlruna About lIyur ago I was completely worn out had II serious sold and II bard cough which seemed to ii In danger ofaffecting mylungs IImy system had been In II stronger condition It would have been much easier to I that It did the work thoroughly Within aweek I could see II wonderful Improvement r v ALlCS OWBIL T A to doses never fails to cure mo of a cold and I keep wen through Its UeIlssE M Isaacs- Hon W J Pnrman oxmember of Congress from Florido writes from 1428 Q street N W Washington DO as follows From representations mo and my own experience I feel Justified In recommendIng your Peruna to snyand all persons suffering with catarrh nervousness or stomach troubles I regard It DS a great tonic and remedy Druggist for a free Peruna Alma morning at the home of his son John Thomas Jr of trouble Incident to old age Funeral services ot Bethel church by RevB J Ban alter which the remains were laid to rest In Bethel cemetery- School Is progressing nIcely at this place under the Instruction of Prof Clarence Bennett I U II KILLED IN A WRECK Fiance of Miss Cora Ewen Victim of Railroad Accident Lexington Ky Dec x PettitoC Stanton a braKe CharlesI killed on the LexIngton and Eastern I railway In a wreck He was engaged toIiss Corn Ewen second daughter of Capt B J Ewen How to Prevent Croup It will be good news to mothers of small children to learn that croup can be prevented The first sign of croup is hoarseness A day before the attack the child becomes hoarse This is soon fnlow ell hII peculiar cough Give Chamberlains Cough Remedy freely as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the rough coughappears and it will dispel aU symptoms of croup In this way all danger and anxietymaybe avowed This remedy is used by many thousands ofI mothers and has never been known to fail It is in fact the only remedy that can always be depended upon and that is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists m r 1 1 THREATENED WITH OONSUMPTION l togetanyreliefuntll ihealth 41 for such affliction 1 and others to b whom 1 recommended It lire using It now with beneficial resultsWe J Purman It you do not derive prompt and saUs tQto results from thouso of Peruna write at once to Dr IIartman giving a full statement of your case and ho wlU be pleased to give you his valuable dvico gratis Address Dr Hartman President ot rho nlrtmllD Sanitarium Columbus Ohio 1ac for 1904 No Matter Where Your Farm Is Located l I can soIl it for you I sell Qlii commission I quoto yogr a few figures on farm land yo acres near Palo 650 i looneres 4 miles from Hartford 950- 135acrcs 4 Soli 4o acres near Beaver Dam r6oo 1173 acres fine bottom land six miles west of Hartford on Rough rlv erCHEAP 2o0acres one mile from McHenry Goodlarm Improvements orc1 rdjL cI2n0 J 120 Scree near Macon Mo at so per acre 1 400 acres near Calloa Moat50f per acre 400 acres near Bevieq Mo at 3550 an acre 110 rtcres near Macon Mo at 40 per acre 260 acres near Maconj Mo at 20 per acre On this Missouri land we can loan R large part of tiw purchase money All these are great burgainll See me for n better description LIst your property with me I have Fq calls every day for farming land S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate IIAltT110UD KY oLip S T 0RJnBe- 4l1theTRa Bare Always BeugU Signature ot 1 fiJ j 1 3 41 Come andSee 1- b1 41 LIt4r We have just completed the new addition = to our already big store and find thatW iow have 12000 square feet of floor space- Thisas you will see is lots of floors spaco = end wehavoiots of goods on this spaco You tan hardly call ftt ny article that er Yigiiot horrf u ti t lie have on this floor 1 4four ol the bestvayUes that have ever been = = put on tlremarkete = Ifi Special No 1 1Six cases of Blue Remnant Calico 40 yards for = = 4100 n l ft- fi Special LNa 2 tt tI= 41SpeeilNo 3 t= Remnant Satine five pound bundles for 50 cents 4 = Special No 4 = Remnant Blenched Cotton 4 cents per yard 15 tt = pound bundle for 60 cents Ifi We knoW that you never have had so tt = many big bargains put before you Now if = you want to see the sights come and come Ifi quickly before they are gone and get a U = good supply and be happy We have added = toour stock a nice assortment of Queens f + II ware and Stoves which will enable us to ip fix up the fellow who wants to go to keep 44 ing houseU4q Let us know your wants We can meet them it 44 U iig 4 Carson rCo i I 43Hartford Kentuckytcam rcwh a c oa otwoo a n cr o Mc h sf PSP srrsrrl rPrv vrrrrrrrar+r t RUMORS NOT BELIEVED Governor Peabody Scouts Report ed Plan to Blow up State House Denver Col Nov 3oAlthough Gen Sherman Bell declared yester day that he had Information of a plot to blow up the state house and assas slnate Gov Peabody and himself Gov Peabody said that he had not heard of any threats or plots of that nature fam In receipt ot anonymous letS ters In almost every mall said the Governor but have tound nuue of a threatening nature for some time The majority of them tell me that I have mistaken my calling and ought to vacate the governors chair That Is my Intention when my term of of fice Is over Gen Bell would not reveal the source of his information Good For Children Are pleasant to take and harmless One minute Cough Cure gives imme diate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because it does not pILes immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the inflamma tion heals the soothes and cures per manently by enabeliug the lungs to contribute pulo lifegiving and lifo sustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues Dr Armstrong of Delia Tex prescribes it dally andsays there is no better coughremedy made Sold by Wayne Griffin eC- Bros Young mando not takeupthestudy- of medicine unless you are morally certain that youtare fitted for carving out for yourself a brilliant future In the profession About 12OJO medical graduates are being turned out by colleges each year while there Is need of only about 2500 according to one ofour mot distinguished prac- tltIonero Better stay at home on the farm where brain brawn and energy will always win Its own regard The weltodo farmer of today Is the most Independent man on the footstool Bath County Worl- dStartling a Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity Ih constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds to be un equaled A recent expression from T J McFarland Bentorville Va serves as example He writes I had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective io curing aU Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneu monia and Grip Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin it Bro Druggist Trial bottle free regular sizes 50c and 8100 The triumph of the Amendment to the Constitution Is now conclnslvy shown by the returns already In from every county In the State The amend went carried by over 20000 The success of the measure Is a great vic tory for Kentucky as It will be an en couragement to capitalists to locate manufactories and otherwise invest their caplta1Maysvllle Ledger Botter Than a Plaster A piece of flannel dampenedwith Chamberlands Pain Balm and bound on the affective parts is better than n plaster for a lame back and for pains ill the side or chest Pain Balm has no superiors as a liniment for the roo andI YOUNGER TRIES HIS OLD TRICKS Covers Buck Allen With a Forty Four Colts I Demands Money Which Latter Had Removed QN EOPERAJEll AllgE Thrilling Story Froi tti West Finds the King of Holds Ups Again in the C Warpath b Reaplted from prison and attended alwayf by the fear that he might ref turn where Cole Younger exhibited tiashnfhissordlplrlt at Mexico 3Sokafe- w days ago when he flourished a revolver In protectlllg 9000 draft which It Is alleged lie got possession of by means not regarded M legltl mate When Cole and Jim Younger were recently released from the Mia nesota state prison to which they halt been sentenced for life for the murder of the cashier of the North field Minn bank whIch bloody occurrence forms one of the most thrill- Ing chapters In the criminal annals of the West they declared solemnly and emphatically that they had left their past lives within the gloomy walls of the prison and that In the futnre It was their Intention to live as upright honest and lawabidiug citizens The world applauded the determi nation of the two old men and a dis position was evinced to overlook the fact that they were at one time the most notorious bandits In the world When Jim Younger sent a bullet through his brain as the rtsult oCnn unfortunate love aOalr a great deal of sympathy was expressed for the surviving brother Cole who has always been regarded as the superior of Jesse James is cunning courage and dare deviltry That the old spark in Cole Younger has not been entirely eradi cated by the years spent behind the prison walls Is attEsted by the story which conies out of the West now IT WAS DON- uIt was at Mexico Mo nEar which town Jesse and Frank James were barn that Cole Younger Is alleged to have turned a little trick which does not bar the earmarrs of being perfectly legitimate The story Is made all the more Interesting by the fact that Frank James was with Younger at the time although James has been partllllly IIb olvcd from ml connection with the matter Their former exploits In Christian Logan and Hart countiEs Kentucky are recalled by the present episode On Wednesday in Cincinnati H E Allot became tile sole owner of a wild West show which started out last spring under the name oC Cole Younger nod Frank James Wild West company Val HuOman a member of the well kuown firm of Chicago DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Mlselable Almost everybody who reads the news naners Is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy It lathe great medl cat triumph of the nine century dis covered after years of byDrnent kldrey and blad der specialist and Is wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst loam of trouble Dr Kilmer s SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but Ifyou have kidney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and 1send your address to Dr KllmerCoBlngt c regular fifty cent andomoor Sam RocI druggistsDontthe name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BinghamtonN rJ brewers was associated with Allot In the enterprise and desiring to with draw because ofa disinclination to be attached to James and Younger Mr Allot agreed to buy his half Interest and Wednesday afternoon In that city Mr Huffman disposed of his Interest to Allot for the sum of 4ooo which was paid cash down The deal was made In the office of a well known lawyer and on Wednesday evening Mr Allot and Mr Huffman left for New Orleans Allot will remain In the Crescent Citya few day and will go to Kansas City today On Mon day In that city he will appear In Legal proceedings against Cole Younger for the recovery of fgaoo which Allot claim belonga to the coatpasy but which Younger gainedd possession of Daring their stay in Clnclnnati the story of how Younger secured the money leaked out find It la very interesting In view ofthe fact that thq riiMi once held uptraiua with the ease or a dancing master teaching a debutante a new step Whea the Younger were paroled one of the atlpnlatlolll was that either should exhibit himself BAS DItA WINO CARD When the show was formed It was decided to have Younger and Frank James as drawing cards James was employed at the outset and no formalities had to be gone through lu bringing this about It was not so with Younger To get around the technical point In his parole he was made the manager of the enterprise It was to be his duty to beat the door where he was on exhibition all the time although the point was got around The show stared out with the brightest of prOspects but James and Younger were not the drawing cards that It was believed they would be It was found shortly after the show started out that the country preachers and newspapers did not at all relish the Idea of these famous cx bandits traveling through the coon try They had an erroneous Impress Ion ot these w tehalred men who were realty more afraid of the country people than the latter were of them The former kings of the border showed the white feather on several occasions and they had to be closely watched to prevent them from leav lug the show and returning to the scentS of their former Western tri umphs They were svsplclous of every one and on one occasion Cole Youn ger showed abject cowardice when at a small town In Illinois he was ap proached by a wan who had his hand in his coat pocket Believing that there was a shooting Iron In the coat pocket and that It was Intended for him Younger retreated to the security of the private car and remained there According to the story told by Mr Allot both men were In constant fear that they would be assasslnated In the car at night neither would go to sleep unless the other stood guard at reIvolverer has leaped from his berth In the middle of the night shrieking with terror He had bad dreams NrGUTS OP TERROR James would walk the floor at nights crying My God Have pity on an old man The once famous outlaws have lost the courage and dash that made themselves and the other members of the gang the scourge of the entire West In the lat ter seventies and the early eighties In every town visited by the show James and Younger would call upon the chief of police and ask for prolec- tlon stating that they were in fear of their lives being taken by relatives of the hundreds of men that bit the dust when the James gang was at the zenith of their power Finally James and Younger began to complain about their situations They stated that the show was not making money and they started to run the enterprise with a high hand It was about three weeks ago In a little town In Illinois that Allot left the show for a few days Huffman was left in charge of It There was 9ooo In the treasury and tor the sake of safety It was placed In the local bank Mr Huff man wanted to withdraw the money but Tames and Younger told him It would be better If he converted It Into a draft made payable to Allot Younger shortly alter this Intervlev put In his appearance at the bank so It is alleged and had the money converted Into a draft made out In his own name It is alleged that James also had n draft made out to himself but later It developed that he had a right to do so Mr HuOman believed all the time that the draft had been made out In his partners name and never dreamed that Younger who was In no way interested financially In the show would dare to have the draft made upon himself Allot returned to the show and Huffman told him about the draft Allot called at the bank and found out what had been done He naked Younger for the draft and the latter told him It was In the sate In the car and that every thing wanll right A lewdays liter Younger disappeared and It developed that he had gone to Mexico Mo QVKRKD wrrtr atroLyMR Allot who II considered a game mats himself and who Uometlmes III known as Bunk AUea1 followed Younger to the Missouri town and located liiaa lap hqtlUbere Iieret paired toVonogcra room and knock cd upon theder 110oae assw rAllot threw bli wFigkt agalnstthe door and but It open When Younger who seas lethe doom air who It wan who called upon him In such an unceremonious maser he rushed far hiss bed Reaching under the pillow lie secured a big lscaUbre revolver which he leveled at th= bed of Allot The latter saw the gUtter thatwse In the eye of Younger when In his younger days he held up hank crib lets and trainmen Allot discreetly retreated being unarmed Younger then It is said placed the draft In the hands of a lawyer and announced that the matter was simply a bustners one Allot then appealed to the law and the result wu that the cash pro coeds or the draft were attached by him The suit will be heard In Kan ass City next Tnesdl1 and the out come offt Is belngnwalted with much Interest as upon It will depend whether Younger has violated his parole and Is liable to return to his former prison home James and Younger will hot be with the show next year as Allot says he would not employ them If he could secure their services for 4 a week Worst of All Exporloncos Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will he your last Such was the experience of Mrs S H Newson Decator Ala For three yean she writes I endured insufferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters and the recult was miraculous I improv edat once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only Soc Its guaranteed by Wayne Griffin Bro Druggist Took Ills Chances John Smith was the kindest bent tempered ot men Everybody spoke well ot him When he died he went straight to heaven At the door of the abode of bliss he was met by St Peter who welcomed him warmly Pray walk up said St Peter we are really pleased to meet you John started to go up the stairs when he heard some music What music is that asked John hesitatinglyOh tloswered St Peter Why the angels ever so many of them are playing on their harps with the golden strings Do they keep It up Inquired John anxiously Certainly they do for there la neither day nor night here said the saint They keep on harping ill the time John halted on the steps Whet Is going on below he Inquired Why there Is R furnace there and a concert hall and maybe n variety show Any music asked John MusIc Well you may call It music but It does not amount to much There you are not forced to listen to It If you dont want to was St Peters reply Then John Smith walked down sev eral steps and said I think Ill take my chances below You see when on earth I lived is a flat in Brooklyn and In the next appart meat with only a thin partition be tween there was a man who played a piano all the time and It made me so weary of life that I was glad when I passed away No more music In minePhiladelphia Public Ledge- rss A German girl who has been asleep for fifteen years was recently awaken ed by the sound of fire bells Fear ot- R similar awakening from the last long sleep Is what keeps the majority of men content to bear the ills they have Constipation And all symptoms and alwsth Results of indigestion nsnsd h till sse el- DRI CARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER MoM I4nagseu11kaMwaaa wtM reMIt e7 Nt 7N 1- kMr Eo Q1lc1tLpeIwttrtk1 et- II C tJa noti J1i tO whh D1 W 11 w kl1 C4I w r ng I b 1111reuer n rintl AMItCoN PftAaJlACoU cae I s1 Nothing hf ever equaUed it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew I For Cl1l1Miox see rkIIN A Perfect For An Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Mon back If It rail Trial aot- ufaWeai HeartsAre due to indigestion Nlnetynlneof every one hundred people who have hurt trouble can remember when It WII simple lndlges lion It is a scientific tat that all cases of bout disease not organic tie not traceable to but are the direct mull of restlon All food taken Into the whlcb all of perfect digestion ferments IndIIswells the stomach pullllIf It up heat This interferes with the the hurt and In the course of time irdelicate but vital organ becomes disused Mr D Kallble10l Nia0u II Ihidtomch trca1bIt beJ hit a I had heat trouble utth it I took KodoI Drppt1 Cure tor bout tea mmtha and II atrsd me- Kodol Digests What You Rat and relieves the stomach of all ttenroaa Main and the haul of all pressure Dottlu ode 3100 Sit holdtnr 2 tlmu thWaIll which 11ot SOc Preprd by Eo 0 DWITT A CO OHIOAOO 1 J So YEARS t1itEtPENIENCIiTnaoc ss0- ratenaCOPYRIGHTS c- Anroouendina a eteleh and deedptlon mar Qntckif nor optnlnn free whether an Invention probebtrpt e ommnnle- atlonetrletlrronedentlL 11110 OOIIonIuen- uanttreel Antrenerforerunnaftenta Patent Scientific Nmericane- A hendomelr tliutrated weetb rlrant cit tubtlon or ea petentldo Journal Terms II a earl tour month Si tlo briJinewedeair- 1UNN Co3clero arNewYork lrllcb once GS II 5t wubteston JJ u Oar Precpt Poanfra Care 01 lmpoU W Lose o M anaxd 8nfnar II111I1DltLou pf Will- Lakeyou SSredser rQor eel Nan Pik tI Son s toahetknNddpN- kaCh8or Addrua aliattGseiUilmutceae10 sTLouts UD c c nraugingPai 82S leery St QaroAoo Oct 9 1902- nttevedI with falllnQ and con i of the womb WIth severe paiN thnmQh the groins 11Ilf- forrol terribly at the of men tnaUon blinding headaches d rushing of to the brain to try I 1meW not Omed hat 1 had tried alandf- ifilled but I had never tried d Cudui that bloseed tick wOmen I found It to take and Boon knew that Winetthe right medicine New seomM to course through my asd alter wing eleven was a well woman AAa4iO Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she kick Wined f Cardul for menstrual disorders Yheadachesfailed to bring her relief Any isufferer may secure health by taking Wino of Cardul In her homo Tho that bottle convinces the patient she la on the rood to health For advlco in cases requiring special directional sgiving s ptoms Advisory 1 Department The Chattanooga Me Chattanooga VI E 1DUo jT PlAN BIG fXHmlT Meeting of School Superin tendents Gives Impetus To the Work of an Educational Exhibit at the St Louis Worlds Fair 1793J9041 This Is the period to be covered by Kentuckys educational exhibit nt the Worlds Pair In St Louis next year The fiat dote Is the year In which Transylvania was founded at Lexington Prom that time to the prevent will be shown the growth of education to the State The public school system was Innugurat ed In J827- Amoug the original plans of the Kentucky Exhibit Association or gonlzed to erect a Kentucky Building and provide exhibits of Kentuckys resources at the Louisiana Purchase at St Louis In 194 was one looking i especially to an exhibit qf Kentucky as an educationAl State A commit tee was formed with Prof H G Brownell principal of the Louisville Manual Training II1gb School as chairman Recently Prof Brownell retired from school life and the A- 1aociationI fortunately secured the services of Prof E H Mark Super- IntendentI of the Louiavllle Public SchOQllI at hie aucceaaor During the past week upon the Invitational Prof Mark a number of the leading educators of the State visited Louis vllle and In a meeting held for the i purpose went on record as being In hearty sympatby with the movement and ready to give nil aid necessary to making the educattonal dIsplay one worthy or the State Prof Mark has decided to assign the work among the different sec tlons or the State giving each school full credIt for what comes in the way or exhibits AU drawing as done In I the dlOerent grades will be shown In specially constructed cabinets a sm I pie of which le nOW at Kentucky Exhibit I Association headquarters In Loulnllle tor the Inspection of any educator whodesiree to call ud set It ii It le Pro Marks hope to be able to show every side or educational life In j schoolsIhe Is looking to the colleges and nut veraltles the Industrial school the normal and business schools end blind and deal sad dumtt institutes t and Use kindergardens He is also arranging for exhibits from the med- Ical r and dental colleges and the theo logical seminaries I Photographs are to form a chief feature or the exhibit and an educe tore are urged to see Official Worlde Pair photographers appointed by o the Exhibit Association and have their school taken In those cOUn ties where photographers have not been appoInted the teachers are ask I ed to arrange with the best photo grapher for this workl- JNJtRAL nXUJDtT t Specimens to be displayed in Ken tuckys 6ooo square ted of space in the Mines and Metallurgy building at the Worlds Pair next year are nw rapidly arriving at the Halderman i warehouse In Louisville for storage until sent toSt Louis next March r r In reply to inquires we have pleasure In announcing that Elys LIquid Cream Balm le like the solid prepara tlon or that admirable remedy In that it eleances and heals membranes Af fectrd byna1 catarrh There Is nor drying or sneezing The LIquid Cream Balm le adapted tOI use by pa tlent who have trouble in iabBlUng- through the nose and preferlspraylng The price Includingg spraying tube 1s75 cents Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York i for Solomons Mines IADexPedition has just been organ Germany tQ look for King L1 Solomons mines now believed to be somewhere In South Africa For years the search for this elusive treas ure store has been kept uP but as In the case ot the gold said to have been burled somewhere by the family of Captain Kldd all efforts In that liner have so far beeIi without results Ac- cordingI to the scrlptuml recordsKlng Solomons mines were located In the I land of Ophlr and their annual production amounted to something like six hundred and slxtyslx talents The value of the Hebrew talent has been variously estimated at from r 1 j4S to 2250 of our money and al t j r w though this Is about all that can be said about It the fact Is apparent that the lost source of Solomons wealth will have n good thingprovided there was any more left when Solo mon disposed of his stock and retired businessWOMAN BLACKSMITH Miss Clara Medlin of the Village of Pilot Oak is a Splen did Horseshoer At the lIttle village of Pilot Oak lives the only woman blacksmith perhaps In the South Her name Is Miss Clara Medlin and she could hardly be called a woman since she Is only eighteen years of age For more than a year she has been doing the work of a rarrler and blacksmith In her lathers shop at Pilot Oak Bad does not seem It Is said to regard her occupation as unusual for one of her sex Although wonderfully strong and agUe Miss Medlin Is decidedly pretty and wen formed Her hands have a grip that an athlete would envy but they are neither coarse nor large She lies jet black hair and dancing black eyes Miss Medlin It Is said can shoe a horse or weld a tire with care and dexterity and has thoroughly master ed her business In every detail In addition to her other accomplishments she can paint and stripe a buggy equal to any carriage painter and can go Into tae kitchen and prepare a meal that would tempt the appetite of the must confirmed dyspeptic Miss Medlin is the daughter of Mr end Mrs Sam Medlin or Pilot Oak and comes 01 good family She began learning to be n blacksmith In 2902 Notwithstanding the life she follows she le a very womanly modest girl and popular among the village belles and beauxMadllOnvlUe Hustler Tho Lonp Star State Down in Texas at Yoakum is a big dry goods firm of which Mr J M n1Ier ie the head Mr Haller on one of his tripe East to buy goods IBid to a friend who was with him in the palace car Here take one o these Little Early Risers upon retire ing and you will be out early in the morning feeling good For the dark brown taste headache and that logy feeling DeWitts LiltleEarly- Risers are the beat pills to uee Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Definition of Species An examination was recently held In one of the public cehools and the following Is token from the replies of one or the pupils Define fathom and form a sentence itA is six feet A fly has a fathom Define species Species is kind A boy must be species to his motherColumbus Dispatch Ballards Horohourd Syrup Immediately relievC8 hoarse croupy cough oppressed rattling rasping and difficult breathing Henry O Stearns Druggists Shulslburg Wisconsin writes May 201002 I have been selling DallardsHoreh und Syrup for two years and have never hall a preparation that has given better satisfaction I notice that when I sell a bottle they came back for more I can honestly recommended It 250500 and 100 at J H Williams druggists KotlotDyfspepfaiu Cure Dlgeeu yu oats Npt Enough to aster Senator ylllmau tells of an old darkey In his employ that he once permitted to make use of certain land for farming purposes on condition that the darkey should give to the Senator one fourth of the crop raised At the harvesting of the crop the Senator was amazed to find that the darkey had not kept his part of the ngreement for while he bawled away three wagon loads of produce he had not sent a single one to the Senators barn Tl11mnn called the negros attention to the fact that he had taken the entire crop asking Now hows that Ztb Wasnt I to receive a fourth of the crop You was Massa TlI1man you was excitedly exclaimed the darkey but dervs only three loads ash only three loads OASTwnXABears thoih9 Kiul You Ban Alrraia Bought SIgnature Y or HISTORY WRITTEN While You Wait in These Strenuous Times Singing of Canal Treaty With New Republic of Panama a RecordBreaking Feat of Diplomacy The treaty between the United States and the Republic of Panama granting the former government a concession of territory upon the Isthmus on which to construct an Inter oceanic canal signed by Secretary of State John hay representing the United States and by Philippe Bu nau Varll1a representing the govern ment of Panama at Mr Hays residence recently marks one of the milestones of the worlds prog Tees Sixteen days before the Congress or the United States of Columbia ad journed without having ratified the HayHerrnn canal treaty Fifteen days before the people of the isthmus or Panama rose and declared their In dependence And now a solemn covenant Is made between the great republic and the little republic of the Isthmus which forevermore binds them together by the ties of self Interest Completion of the greatest engineering work ever undertaken Is now assured and the most moment cue addition to the facUlties of the world commerce will ftnrelybe made with the treasure and the energy of the American people History has- been rapltlr written Probably the annals of nations may be searched for another example of such selerlty of movement In a great and compllcat ed situation By the treaty the United States Is virtually made the master of the Isthmus It grants to the American goy ernment a lease In perpetuity of a canal zone ten miles in width Jour miles wider than was provided for In ColombiafOver this zone the United States is to exercise complete control for an pur prse save that within the cities of Panama and Colon formerly Aeptu wall the authority of the United States le limited to the necessary op eratlodsof the canal conitructions end malntalnence Within these citIes the Panama police are to main tamn order and local courts are to administer justice but If at any time the United States deems the admlnll- tratlonof the police and the justlcl ary ustlsfactory It may enter with Its own authority preserve order and try offenders against the peace Within and near In the canal zone the United State Is empowered to ex erclse the right of eminent domain through judicial process from the necessary works of the canal and for sanitation drainage water supply and so one An Important feature of the treaty Is that four Islands lying on or near onto the Bay of Panama are include In the canal zone and leased In perpetuity to the United Statlll These may be of greet value for their strategic advantages These four are named In the treaty In addition thereto the Republic of Panama grants this United States the ttght to take possession or other island lying within the Jurisdictional waters or the republic Panams trBnsfered the UnltedStates all Us right Interests and eqnltel of whatever nature In the Panama rail road and authorizes the Panama Canal Company to sell to the United States all ltfi phares In that corpora don amounting to more than 79000 shares Out of a total of 9POOO issued In many respects tile new treaty follows closely the Tides of the Hay Herran convention except that in a number of Important particulars the Uulted Stases Is granted concession and powes which It was Imposclble to wring from the unreasonable and sbort lighted Colombians The United States stipulates to pay the Republic of Panama the sum of JOOOOooo In gold on ratllficatlon of the treaty and an annuity of 250000 n year niter the expiration of nine years These are precisely the same terms which were mentioned In the proposed treaty with Counmbla The fact that the United States pays to the little republic finding shelter un der its wing the same sums of money c which It proposed to pay the bargain driving Colombiansterms which many Republican Senator and ardent friends of the canal thought exorbitant and voted from with relucture Is considered pretty good evidence that the United States was actuated by no sordid motive In Its quick recognition ot Panama and that It Is disposed to be generous and fair with all countries regardless of their size so long as they do not stand In the way of progress or attempt to take ad vantage of Uncle Sams open hearted ness and irivey blackmail There Is no suggestion In the treaty that any part of the sum payable by the United States to Panama Is to be directed to Columbia as n peace offering to and It Is highly nproba ble that any such suggestion will be made nt any time It goes without saying that the terms of the treaty are In every way satisfactory to the President and Sec retary the Senate will rntaUy It thought of course delays must be ex pected till the radicalopponents of the ot the Panama route shall have talked themselves out President Roosevelt bas not deeld- rd hoW soon he will transmit the treaty to the Senate butlt Isprobable this will not be done till niter the Cuban treaty legislation shall have been disposed or It was for the purpose of pushing the Cuban business through that the Presldnet called the special of Congress and anxious as he Is to get the canal treaty under way he Is natural reluctant to Inject into the Senate proceedings an element which might possible delay comptetion of the Cubanprogram CoughingSpoll Caused Death Harry Duckwell aged 25 years choked to death early yesterday morning at his homo in the presence ofhis wife and child He contracted- a slight cold a few days ago and paid but little attention to it Yesterday morning he was seized witha fit of coughing which continued for sometime His wife was sent for a pbyei cian but before he could arrive an other coughing spell came on and Duckwell died from sufIocatioDSt Louis Glnbe Democrat DeceMber 1 190113allards Horehound Syrup would have saved him 25c6Oo and 8100 at J H Williams drug gist The Rev Irl R Hicks 1904 Almanac The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac for 194 Is now ready It wmbe mailed to any address for 3o cents It Js surprising how such an elegant costly book can be sent prepaid so cheap ly No family or person is prepared to study the heavens or the storms and weather In 1904 without this wonderful Hicks Almanac and Prof Hicks splendid paper Word and Works Both are sent for only one dollar a year Word and Works Is among the beat American Magazines Like the Hicks Almanac It is to well known to need further commendation Few men have labored more faithfully for the public good or found a warmer place In the hearts of Ue people Send orders to Word and Works Publishing Co220r Locust St St Louie olD 1 dlscucslngsrs the tendency to matrimony It will- be gratifying to hive the vexed ggee tlon decided tram an authoratlve sourceGeorgetown News rroR0I4M Gas6-o I I different gamesall new Dne in eaCh package of I Lion Coffee I at your Grocers f CASTO RIA For Infants and Children the Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In J- 13L1J jiO For Ovi r Thirty Yese- sDASTORIA ntc CFTWI1 COMPANY IW 01 om RfASONS WHY You ahu1A take COGra at th Massey Business pollegi1 LOUISVILLE KYj1 It Is the leadIng Cmmerel School in Kentucky 2 Its courses of study are thoroulh and systematic 3 A written contrast sacked by a special deposit of rooooo Is given to place our graduates In not less then B 500 per monthtmrnediately upon graduationLouisville g We pay student railroad 5 We refund upon gradutton cent of tuition paid to ca the 9 pnpll11 not tho uKhJ1 satisfiedsowrtt flair Jtleald CataloG and Special Alsce t- aicPPPPPPPiPrriPc + I 1 I 1 tt 1 1 1 I t 1 1 J If Lees Machine Works 1iOWENSBORO KY IiVe are agents for the CHANDLERTAYLOR a COS selfcontained and Automatic Engines and a Boilers Also the Brown Fourvalve Engines Headquarters for all kinds of mill supplies Wu 4- a make a specialty of HAMMERING SAWS We Ii carry in stock Belting Hose Packing of aU kinds t a Shafting Hangers and Pulleys Pipes and Fittings of all kinds Valves or all kinds We can supply your wants on short notice Write ua for prices or inquire from Mattingly do Tweddell at Hartford Respy t Lees Machine Works IQWENSBORO KY CaiCaiCiC WORMS 5r fJ- IatCaiCiCa WHITES CREAM VERMiFUCEHotta For 20 Years Has Led aII Worm Remediesa sox a PY axx D DGGXSXS1- npare4 br JAMES F BALLARD St Louis ForS ale by J H Williams Hartford Ky Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and ti Half Million bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay SOc Enclosed with Query I1Pttlo Is a Ten Cent package of Craves Black Iloob LIver Pins Hartford Republican Issued by tfoo Hartford rnbllnblng Company INCORInlUVEn J M C K H311rJIMMMMMlrtllor x =rnoxC- UnbllanM3rough =181MMMCC FRIDAY DECEMBERI4 DBMOCRATIC newspapers or every hamlet in the United States have been piping in villiauoiu terms their condemnation of the post office trou bles that have occurred in various parts of the country The reason the entire Democratic press has spo en its disapproval iu such vociferous terms is because most persons charged with irregularities in the postal service are Republicans You bay e notod perhaps that our contempora ry here the Hartford Herald has been very active in its disapproba tion of such troubles in fact it haled the onslought in these parts but when the scandal occurs in the coun ty and Clifton Hoover a Democratic postmaster acknowledges that he is a defaulter and short in his accounts with the Government to the amount of 829500 the Herald closes up like a clam and from its eloquent silence we infer that it thinks nut red Tin Hartford Herald attempts to give us a lesson in primary grammar this week because eke appeared in our last IssuelIeak No one knows better than the Heralds scribe that typographical errors very often occur mall newspapers including the Herald Cant wland the Heralds scribetoostudy that lesson togetherp OK Monday atFrankfort Dr W Godfrey Hunter was given a cer tificate of election to the Lower House of Congress from the Eleventh district He left the next day for Washington and will be inducted into office today COLUMBIA says she will give tb United States permission to build th Panama Canal and donate the route gratis it this country will permit her to deal with Panama na she desires Uncle Sam will be slow to do it MR CiioAKEU can no doubt con wince Mr Bryan that he Mr Bry an is the most available candidate for President since Mr Cleveland has refused to consider the nomina tion FORMER Supt Fon Rogers writes us that he is now at Pikeville Ken tucky He is cashier of the First National Bank at that place Suc cess to you Fon THERE is no reason why the next Kentucky Legislature should not pass any law that tickles the fancy of Democratsit is almost unanimous that wayITim Owensboro Inquirer says The Iliirlfonl ItriTHLicAX bill IlinnCTi Its form and In n hanil otne elabt page sheet THE HcrrBLicAX bOB long been one oi the bet local papers In this section ODd the change will sill further Improve It Tips followers of Dowie will be sloI to donate the 8500000 asked for byI their leader Alexander Dowie andC ZiouCity will be sold to raise thatsum Miss Mabel McKinley a niece of former President McKinley is quite illat Owensboro She is traveling with a theatrical troupet A KKPOUT comes the far East that the war cloud has taken its flight 1 and Ruesia and Japan are about tot adjust their cl llerencesf IF the chairman should introduce him as OBrien William Jennings would be excused for not correcting him TUB greatest problem ot this age is how to turn the eneigy andcourage of desperadoes into useful activity Tim Hartford Heraldsays Our npluhbor thu Hnrtford REprnunkS bfix clang rl IU form to nnelgbt which greatly Imprnrm R IPU rODI SOME of our readers say they like the new form of Tin RKPUIILIOAN He Found a Curo R H Foster 318 S 2d Street bbotberedfor 21 yearn have tried many doctors without relief but I have found a in Herbine recommend it curoI toy friends who are afflicted that tad it is curing them too 50c at T H Willinuu druggist m DIVORCE EVIl Mrs Roers Egg Theory New One Youthful Home Training lass it Influence The divorce evil has been ngaln and again extensively If not successfully discussed The difficulty seems to bs in arriving at a knowledge of the exact source of the evil Every Tharke are certainly causes for the infelicity which has led up to so many martial separations Students of sociology and ministers of religion have given time and thought to th consideration of the divorce evil homesaand blasted so many lives Mrs Rorer who makes cook books for American housewives has lately I given it as her deliberate opinion that the cause of so many divorces lies in eggs just plain white little eggs laid by that thrifty barnyard fowl the hen If fewer women ate eggs for breakfast homes would according to Mrs Rorer be kept more tidy husbands would be more satisfied with their helpmeets and the quarrels ol married people would be less fre quently heard in the land Eggs she declares being a heavy food bring about a general feeling of lazl ness in women and dyspepsia in men Mrs Rorer may be right as to the food value of eggs The latter may beget dyspepsia but are hardly po tent enough to cause divorce There are cases in which divorce is the right oi an aggrieved party But the ma jorlty of applications for divorce are based either on false or trlval grounds and reflect discredit on one or both parties Most divorces are the result of hid ntpral training They are due to overindulgencee not so much to the homes they found as to the homes in which either one or both parties were reared In some homes children are so loosely brought up as to become ungoverrable They have no sense of selfcontrol With out self respect themselves they inspire no respect in others They are utterly unfit for the responsibilities of life involved in a relation so Impor tant as marriage The girl who hash d either no home training or the example of a badlykept home only for H guide to married happiness Is certainly in danger of stepping into wedded misery especially if she marry a young man without brains or character and such are unfortunate ly too numerous Each of the partI ners Is in such a case n detriment to the other The very knowledge that by means of the divorce court they can easily throw off the matrimonial roke makes their case more hopeless They wont even try to be good There are too many instances of people who having enjoyed the best of home training and excellent educa tional advantages make a failure of matrimony But their subserviency some degrading passion their lack fortitude and of character account for the failure If parents set before children the example of a happy home life based on solid domestic virtue the effect would be invaluable in checking divorce and in stablHtatlng peace of families- It is not the young people whp lobk with delight and pride at the home lie of lather and mother who throng divorce courts Every happy fireside is a fortress of matrimonial bliss and a stalwart defense against the dlvorse evil Louisville Herald TAFFY KY Dec 2 The health in this community is better at this writing Mr George Early has returned from- a weeks trip to Missouri Mr James Taylor who has a sawmill near town has quit sawing for a whilehMr James Ambros returned from Hartlord last Tuesday where he had been attending court There will be a singing and candy breaking given at Mr Harve Smiths Saturday night in honor of Mr Arhur DavisSeveral farmers have sold their to Mr Rusnw Weller having rev top prices Rumor reports a detective in this and the adjoining neighborhood Hay his presence do good Mrs John Henry attended the bur lalof her lister Airs Smith near new Bethel church last Friday What has become of our Colorado correspondent That dog which he beenah one that it takes him so long to ge through eating We take It for grante bes come pass ed out of existence Mr and Mrs Floyd Davis visited relatives at Haynesville last Saturday and Sunday Mr Reet Westerfield and wile htvo gone to housekeeping Mrs Minnie Castel is visiting rely lives near Hartford this week Headaphocyou yo used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of suQerers have proved their matchless merit from Sick and makepure blood and buildup yoar health Only 25 cents money back if not cured Sold by Z Wayne Griflin S Bros Druggist m COURT HOUSE ECHOES The architect oi the Court House made no provisions in his plan of that building for the accommodation o the grand jury and the members of that body hold their sessions in the office of theSuperlntendentot Schools As a result during the March May and November terms of the Circuit Court the School Superintendent i debarred from his office and from ac cess to its records During the last session of the grand jury an irate patron demanded ad mission to the Superintendents office in which the grand jury was then assembled Being refused admission he proceeded to kick upsuch a noise outside that the sherlfl ol the grand jury led the gentleman inside where n gentle intimation that the irate gentleman would be reported to Judge Owen served to dampen his ardor ef fectuallyMoral It makes a great deul of difference whose ox is cussed Circuit Clerk S A Anderson can do more business In less time than perhaps any Court House official bnt at the continuation of a negro murder case last week he came near suffering a collapse A negro woman about tour feet tall crowded up to the Clerks desk to get her certificate of attendanceName said Mr Anderson Miss Transylvania Eppinghouse Smut replied the witness without blinkingThe told her there wasnt room on his record bxik to write allI that and that she would have to wait until he could have some longer blanks printed unless she could change that name whereupon the witness remarked that she wqs mostly called Tant and Mr Anderson certified Tant Smut three days attendance as a witness for the Commonwealth Perhaps no Circuit Judge In the State ever quitted the bench with a stronger hold upon the afiectlon ol the bar than Hon W T Owen who on last Friday retired as Judge of the Ohio Circuit Court There was not a lawyer in the district who was hIlit enemy there writ few who did notdhave strong reason to bs his friend Throughout his long service he kept his Judicial Ermine unspotted and his personal integrity beyond suspicion and at Its close he takes with him the thdnks + and best wishes of all the people whom pc has served so long so honorably and so well is Ab L Brown of McHenry was ar raigned before Judge Miller Wednes daychargedwith stealing a hog from his br0ther in law Mr J P Southt nrd The trial was continued pendc tag an inquiry usto the mnltyoMr Stephen Brown ot Narrows bClerkp A glass or two of water taken half an hour before breakfast willusually keep the bowls regular Harsh cath silica should be avoided When a purgative is needed take Chamber lalUsStomnchand Liver Tablets R They are mild and gentle in their action Forsale by all druggist m O jQu J3 TOBxorBears thethis Kind Yw Mara Always BsagH 8Irnttn of SHOOTS TEACHER Accidental Discharge of Pis RoomdTHammer of Weapon in Pupils Pocket Strikes Against Seat and Ball Hits His Teacher Sturgis Ky Nov 3aClose to the Union county line and in Webster county is n country school in which there has been considerable troubl- ei of late on account of the iusubordina tion of some of the attendants of the school By reason ot unbecoming conduct and a display of firearms at Inopportune times the teachers of n few months since found it to his in tereststo bundle up his belongings and seek a more congenial territory for teachings young ideas how to shoots The teacher who was a man discovered that his young ideas not only knew how to shoot but he reasoned that they would shoot 1and not proposing to be made a tar get he took time by the forelock as before stating This teacher was succeeded by a lady of courage and determination who took up where her predecessorle- ft left off Yesterday it is reported the teacher entered the school room and rang the bell for the scholars to come to books They caste with a rush and one of them had a concealed gun in his pocket In rushing to a seat the hammer of the gun struck some unnoticed obstacle and there was an immediate explosion The ball struck the teacher in the thigh and a severe wound resulted but it Is not thought to be dangerous A physician was summoned succeed ed In extraclng the ball and express ed the opinion that the teacher would not be confined on account ol It but a few weeks When able to return to duty the lady declares she will do so and the height of her determination will be to bring order out of chaos and unruly children to good behav ior She will not be driven away from her post laud Sale For School Tax By virtue of taxes due me as treasurer of White CnmmontSSchool Dis tract No 30 Rosine JJwIH ton the 4th day of January 1904 expose to public sale nt the Court House door Hartford Ky the following lands viz tries Tax Ambers Luther 30 231 Byers John t town lot 2 50 Black heirs 15 412 Central Coal Iron Co 200 4 20 Otto Mrs Sarah 8 v2 62 Myers John too 4 00 Pierce Mrs Mary house lot 2 12 Reddish Mrs Hanna house lot 2 37 Rolph W H I town lot 2 55 R L BOYD Treasurer Horce Branch Ky By virtue of taxes due me as treas urer of White Common School Dls tract No 27 Baizetown I will on 4th day of January 1904 expose public sale at the Court House oor in Hartford Ky the following lands viz- Daugherty H 0 20 3 41 Crowder Susan admr for R P Daugherty 50 3 n Is Oliver John D 31 4 31 R L BOYD Treasurer Horse Branch Ky One Hundred Dollarsa Box the value H A Tisdale summer ton S C places on DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Ho saysIII had the for 20 years I tried many docs and medicine but nil failed ex ept DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me It is a combination the healing properties of Witch Hazel withantiseptics and emollients relatives and permanently cures blind itching and protruding sores cuts burns eczema salt gZI BUFORD KY Dec 2A protracted meeting begun here Sunday conducted by Rev D Bennett Mrs Mary Newton and Mrs Sam Lake are on the sick list this week Mrs I P Barnard of Louisville has been visiting her mother Mrs Mary Bel of this community p Misses Hamilton and Patton ol k k Ic k fcBSc a k Ic kBSc k k 2cN I E P Barnes Bro I I JAnothor again brings atyoursorvice us ordor ro f prompt attention us It would bo quito a pleasure to wo ehave L Salt have unloaded one carload of Best adapted to meat JzibestJG Millinery Thirty days practically closes Millinery many in our can bo bought less than of material in e2- M thorn This quite a saving to customer rcomo served Como early choice tWork Coats Gloves r 7 Duck Coat 1 J Rubberized t oats S150S175 S200S250 There ii nothing tlia gives thf service tool keeps o u l the wintoi as as these lJUCI c dof Dress fP1EBESTiAD Gloves is quite complete quote Work at 1 Sl25 pair Dress 1 Beaver Dam Ky + are visiting Mrs Dodson this week Mr Ben Wigglngton is on the sick listMr and wife went to Saturday Mr George Hudson of St Louis visiting his brother and at this writing D Holbrook and wife and and wife went to Hartford TuesdayMr has moved to X Mr Alex Bell and Mr D HudI went to Hartford TuesdayJ Favorite Family Romody Frequently accident occur in the householdwhich cuts sprains and bruises for use in such 11forand 8100 at J H Williams drug m Strayed One red months old marked crop oft and in left ear Information concerning its whereabouts appreciated Call on or address this office or U S Faught Ky C STOnXBBears the1ha Kind You Have tzfOf1Ip l of 1 just arrived nIl sorts and sizes are hero for Men Women Chil then More now Fascinators more now Goods more now Shoesory day thingnow woaro Com mand by mail and your ceivo and careful Visit i show you what just Michigan coarse Salt especially Eis secure the moro the season for tho cost tho moans the und anal get first and 125 150 125 cold well goods UArs Our line work and Wo Gloves lOc 25c 50c 75c per Gloves 25c 5c 75e and 150 o Beech Grove Bunk Oscar Turner Owensboro sister John John Blair Cook Maxwell cause burns heifer about twenty right split Centertown Always Bough i wU and and Dress some and will T We and Tats line first first BEDA KY Dec 2Mrs Travis Maple and Miss Grace Parkof Andersonvllle were visiting relatives near here last weekMr and Mrs E G Cook who has been the guests of relatives here for several days left for their home at Owensboro Monday Mrs Azro Rowan of Heflin was the guest of her mother Mrs Foster the 26th ult Mr Hayden Webb of Alexander spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Hosea Shown Mr Edgar Boelum of Sutherland was in this neighborhood Saturday and Sunday Mr ErneStewart who is ill of typhoid fever is thought to be no better Mr Dudley King of Westerfield the guest of Mrs J C Park Mr R P Bennett of Smallhous has moved into his property on Col lege St Mr Edward Ellis of Hartford was the guest of relatives near here Sun dayMr Eldie Tichenor of Matanzas is visiting his father Mr Caleb Tich enor Mr Ernest Shown who has been in Illinois for the peat six months Is at home again Hon A S Bennett was in town Tuesday l 1 1 I Xmas H c I SuggestionsET110 joyous season that delights the hearts of both old anti young is rapidly approaching aril wo want to help you make your selections by offeringa few suggestions llro want to suggest lstThnt you buy from us 2dThat you buy early 3dTlmt our prices will bo the lowest ithTlmt our stock will bo tho largest and most varied in Hartford FOR OLD iOLKSWo would suggest that you iako advantage of our Xnias prices on try Goods Shoes Comforts Blankets lrunks llillinory Overcoats Jackets Etci FOR 1nB YOUNG FOLKS Wo would suggest that you see our lino of Neckwear liufliors Ilandkerchiefs Hosiery Parasols Jorsoy Kid Gloves Etc FOR THE ClIILDRENVo would suggest our inrnlensti lino of toys We cannot mention thorn hero as our liuo is so varied but will givo you n list of our line in n later edition of hill RRIUBLICAN- We cordially extend to both young and oldan invitation to visit us luring the coming Holiday sea son whoa it shall bo our earnest endeavor to show you courteous treatment and n pleasant time j Hartfords BargainGivers rJ t iIln NtIHartford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER 4 Go to Carscn Btos for Guns Malaga Grapes at Carson Bros Read Davless Co Bk Tr Co ad Oysters Fish Celery at City Restaurant Everything goal to eat at City Res taUfRnt Highest caSh price paid for Furs at Sam Bachs Restaurantmost up to dab dCity Hartford e t Myl Myt what nice soup you get ut City Restaurants Dont Sail to see Carson Co To r Cloaks and Overcoats It Get yourrdeale at City Restaurant Everything first elass fCuson Co want five hundred hickory nuts f Sam Bach wants your Furs He- S will pay you highest cash price cJTh large steam pump at R L Cos Mill was bursted b3- yI the recent freeze oC When you want Cora crushed 0dont forget that Tweddell cruches shucks and all tfI- I Bring your corn to R L Tweddell Hartford and get the best old Cash s coned Buhr ground Meal U 1DrA S Yewell Osteopath room- S 12 Commercial hotel Hartford KY- It Examination and Consultation tree i Miss Llzzle Walker one of Hart s a fords most esteemed and lovable h women died nt Nasllvllle Tenn last Friday morning She was tit oldest n daughter of Mr and Mrs E Dudley Is Walker deceased Miss Walker had 4 been very Ill for several days and had n gone to Nashville to be treated by a specialist ll I Carson Bros will PRY cash for Fars ISee our big assortment of Collar ettes CARSON Co i Tweddell grinds corn every Tuesday and Friday tf Bring your Turkeys Chickens Geese Ducks Eggs and Feathers to Carson C- oOsruorATnvDr D W Ling is at Mj Lou Collins Examination and Consultation free tf It you liave some nice white corn bridg it to Tweddell and get It made Into the Lest grained hpmlny u Oscar Tichenor of Matlnzas who hss been Ill of typhoid lever for sever al weeks is alowly improving The hunting season Is now opt n- andyoit will need a Gun and Ammu nltloriCuson Bros have them- Dont I Call to get In a guess on our big candle We are going to burn the randle Christmas CARSON Co The Floating Studio Is now at Hart lord until January r 1904 Our prices on many of our better grades are cheaper than ever It will pay you to give us a call betore golnR elsewhere WANTItDTravellng men Salary 800o per moth t8oo per week expense money 25 oocash security required Address Lock Box 14 Lexington KysotfMr and Mrs Clarence Keownclty are the proud host and hostess of a fine new boy that come to their home on the twentyseventh ult Mother and boy doing nicely Strayed from Hartford about five weeks ago one red heifer about five or six months old has white star In face and some white on under part of body has been dehorned ears not marked will pay for her return or Information as to her whereaboutn L T BARNARD I Hartford Ky Robert Weddings new residence Is nearing completion Economy Dry Goods Store Is head luarters for Snntn Claus New Overcuats and a lull line of Clothing ECONOMY Day Goons STORnj Ladles Misses and Chlldrens Rubber Boots Mens Felt BootsCECONOMY Day Goon STORE I If you have any news report It to us We would appreciate It Anything I that would Interest you might merest others An election will he held at Render tomorrow to take the sense of the cltli tens asto whether they favor a contino uatlon of open saloons Dr Joseph Taylor Cromwell Is laving a new residence erected in the eastern part of our city and will In- be near future move here to send his hildren to school Just received a full line of Mens Rubber Bootsall new goodsnot aI pair left over from last seasonevery pair guaranteedIECONOMY DRY Goons STORE Mrs D E Thomas and her class ofI music students will entertain at College Hall tonight An exeelleng program to be rendered by splendid tatI ent has been arranged Moore Crabtree will pay the largest market price for hides and fursI call and see them The best of fresh Meat Lard Mackerel Sour Kraut lad Pickles Constantly on ha dIMr El Crabtree has this day en Bred into partnership with W II Moore In the meat market at the Westerfield stand and will conduct a regular meat and produce market Coder the firm name of Moore Crab tree You should not fall to read the ad ol Hartford College and Business In stltute which appears elsewhere tn this Issue If you are contemplating attending school In the near future you will find no better inducement than the faculty of Hartford College are prepared to offer you We are just In receipt bf h new lot oC Genuine Flannel In length from one to three yards put up In 100 bundles Big lot of Blue Calico In iroo bundles Black Saline 50 cents bundle Woolen Dress Goods And ToweUngbaf we sell at sc to roc per- ard Now Is the time to bny rem ante CARSON Co MrCleburn Miller non of Judge J P Miller who has been at Crawley La for sometime as book keeper fort large business house sends us reefing In a letter to his father he rays he has received the first Irsne- of CUR REPUBLICAN after Its change In form and that It Is a grand Improvement Who is the Owner Of a gold band ring Call at this of ice and see If It Is yours It so pay for the ad and take It 4 KILLED HIMSELF Colored Boy Accidently Shoots Himself While Hunting The thirteen yearoldagn p1 Henry Tlnslva colored citizen livIng about three miles North of Hartford while ut hunting Tuesday acefaently eUs harged his gun and thewhole charge toocef the boys gddomen killing him Instantly It seems that the had finished his hunt and wasretutninghome He come ton slat and wire fenceend attempted to climb over and In someway caught the gun fn the fence causing It to discharge Ike Adair Declines Louisville Ky Dec 2Robert GoolUoe cashier of the Beattyvl11e bank of has been elected cashier of the proposed South Lo1ls- vl11e Deposit and Savings bank to succeed Ike C Adair of Fordsvl11e who had previously been chosen for the place Mr Adair decldad to de line the position Louisville Stock Market Quotations ol December 3d sales Cattlebest quality t40 to f 6a Hogsbest quality f 40 Choice pigs 4 30 Sheep and LambsExtra slipping sheep i32 50 to 2 75 Extra shipping lambs 450 to f 75 For Sale A first class young horse four years old well broken to work anywhere Cal1 on or address this office PERSONAL MENTION OF THOSE WE SAW Clint Park Clear Run wes In town Tuesday E E Crabtree returned Tuesday from Paduclh W M Hffiln of Heflin was In the lty Wednesday L H Condit Livermore was In town Wednesday Albert Cox Sulphur Springs was in the city Tuesday T C BeRn Sulphur Springs was tn the city Tuesday Nichols Barress Taylor Mints was In town Wednesday Dr G F Chapman Centertown was in the city Wednesday Miss Ida Hicks Beds visited Mrs V S Tinsley city Monday Jerome Al1en Jingo called to see lIS while In town Wednesday Felix Shaver No Creek called at his office while In town Tuesday SherlffCal P Keown went to Ow nsboro the latter part of last week Mrs C E Smith vtslted her mother at Matsnzas Saturday and Sunday Frank Tlcbenor Smallhous made us a very pleasant call while in tows Monday Mrs John Horn of Ensor Davies county visited friends In the clty last week E M Miller McHenry made U8 quite a pleasant can wblle In tows Wedneaday Mrs Junlns Horn of Davlesn county visited her sister Mrs A C Taylor city the latter part of last week Mr and Mrs Willie Parer rthe Clear Run neighborhood vislted the family of Esq J A Perk city Tuesday Mr and Mrs James Bailey Ensor Davies county visited Mrs Baileys mother Mrs lewis and her sister Mrs A C Taylor list week Licenseto Wed Only two license to wed have been granted since our last issue and areas follows George L Ezell Render to Alic Garrett Prentls John Smith Taylor Mines to Val ntine Myers Taylor Mines r t- FORDSVILLE KY t Dec 3Mr Worth Smith 0- 1Leltchfield Is visiting frierdsl ani relatives In town this week Mr John Lagrand of Scottsvl11e Flatted his brother at this place last seek liliEs Ernie Dawson of Deanfield- pdnt Friday as the guest of Mrs J W Howard Miss Nancy Smith who has beer vsltlng friends and relatives at Hart Cqrd for the vast two week returner home Saturday Miss Mamie Jones and John Miles spent Sunday with Miss Lena Smith Mrs Celeno Durbin of Louisville preached several interesting sermons at the Christian church She lector cd Tuesday night on Love Courtship and Marriage Miss Mlle Smith who has beer sick for some time Is Improving Miss Maml Jones will leave Thursday to visit her sister at Sulphur SpJlngs Miss Dora Halderman will leave Friday for Arizona to make her fnturc home Tobacco Sales Are Few Four loads of very common tobaea were disposed of by Auctioneer Mc Adams at the auction house on Wednesday eayil tHe tOwensboro MeSsen- ger The American and Inperla1 companies rhd A C Thompklns ldii- 11of the biddIng It is thoggbt that at the next good season the tobacco wilt begin to ron Into the city In large quantities The sales Wednesday were as follows L D Edison 3 z Paul Wl11ett f z 75 2- C R WAde 3 to 3 7 Tom Sos kin 4 3 r HolidayGoods Watches lunge Diamond Snferwnre anti oyerylblng suitable for presenta at moot reasonable priced Choalle 1Iaco In city Send for our Inrge Ulu8trnted CRt nlol1l mnlle1 FICHE V M VJNESIANa- NIN lU W Market between let and 2n- dIoolrllle Ky Subscribe for Tlic RcpubHcaIJland Heraldboth paper one year for SL25 Cant be Beat In Price and Fit I In our very latest and Fine Line of lIens Youths and Boys Black and Fancy Dress Suits and Overcoats which we have carefully selected for the XMAS trade Also have an elegant line of the OxBreeches Trousers and our fa mous American Gentleman Shoe made by IIamilton Brown Every pair guaranteed Our line of uptodate- HatsStetson and Swan Onr lino of Shirts Neckwear Gloves Hosiery Trunks Suit Cases Etc is complete in every particular For the Ladies We have a fine line of Jackets readymade Dress Skirts Woolen Dress Goods Waist Goods Childrens Cloaks and in filet everything that could bo found in ri firstcnssupto date general Dry Goods StoreIWe will quote you a few prices In Clothing 12 Black Clay Worsted Suits nt25012 Funcystriped Suits at 350 10 Beaver Overcoats Black and Blue at 400 40 Pair Pants all wool nt 125 In Shoest 35 Pair lIens HnqtiltonBrown Shoes at L25 25Il LadiesII u Uat 125 75 U Boys Girls Child rons 4IIaniiltonBrown Shoes nt 125 In DrY Goods Hoosier Cotton nt 51C Best Bleach Cotton nt 5c Heavy Canton Flannel nt I Gee Extra Heavy Bed Ticking at 15c In Gents Furnishingst A splendid lino in liens nndBoysSuspendelsnt lOc- Al great and fine assortment in socks at10eA good Nearing lino of Gloves at 25c We Kaye some moro splendid values to offer but as our space is limited will kindly aSk you to call on us and con vinco yourselves Yours for trade SAM BACH H WffD5 Consumption is a human best in weak lungs Like other weeds its destroyed while young when old sometimes im possibleStrengthen the lungs as you would weak land and the weeds will disappear The best lung fertilizer is porkisto digest The time to treat consump tion is when you begin trying to hide it from yourself Others see it yoU wont Dont wait until you cant longerIt to take Scotts Emulsion If it isnt really consumption so much thebetter will soon forget it and be betteror the treatment If it is consump tion you cant ex ect to be cured at once but If you will- begin in time and will be regular in your treat ment you willwin Scotts Emulsion freshairI rest all you can eat all you can thats the treatment and thats the best treatment We will send you a little of the Emul sion free Re sure that this plctare to the tore of a libel Is oil the wrapper of lorry bottle of Jolllubiou yon buy scOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 5ocand r all druglsts 1 BURNED TO DEATH Miss Mand Morris Enveloped in Flames Rushes Into the Arms of Mrs W P Warren Central City Ky Nov 28A motl frightf J accident in which two estimable woman of this ommnlty lost their lives occurred here at 6 Cclock this morning- Anovertutned lamp ignited the clothing of Miss Maud Morris a sixteen year old girl who made her home with Mr WP Warren En veloped In flames and losing her presence of mind she closely clasped Mrs Warren In her arms and the letters clothing being set afire both were literally roasted alive Miss Morris rushed into the streets and when caught every stitch of clothing was burned off her body She lingered In agony till rs oclock noon whilst Mrs Warren died two hours before The saddeSt part Is the fact that Mrs Warren leaves a slx weeks old baby for whom she grieved till the breath left her body Harry the seven year old son of Mrs Warren was aroused by the flames in the room which was also qn fire and rescuing the six weeks old baby from the burning bed rushed with it is his night clothing to the nearest neighbor But for his pres ence of mind the baby would have suffered the late of Its mother This Is a severe blow to the father who bnq recently embarked In busi ness here conducting a confectionary and bakprv Mrs Warrens bOdy was taken to her childhood home in Brookport Ill where the funeral- occured on Sunday 1 THE JOYS Of NEAVENI Michigan Girl Soars in Celestial Roe gionITells ofDeparted PeoI pleUnknown to Her Fourteen YearOld Mary A Kidder Sees the Past and Future Depicts the Wondrous Glory of Heaven and Its Holy Joys Kalamazoo Mich Nov 3oMary A Kidder aged fourteen yeardaugh ter of Mr and robs John Kidder Is causing Intense excitement In the southeastern part of the city by sink- Ing Into from one to three trances dally after reviving from which she relates remarkable tales of departed beings and scens in heaven She foresees the particulars of her own and her parents death To Kalamazoo men and women unknown to herself and family the girl hag unerringly given names and descriptions of their depart d frlends and relatives some of whom have been dead forty years She conveys a message from the dead to the Jiving and relates events which occurred over fifty years ago To Mrs Addle Hers whom neither the girl nor her family hal ever seen she described and gave the names of the womans husband Cyrus Hess deceased and of several relatives who had been dead for years To Mrs Edwin G Russell she described and named her brother George Hartman who died forty years ago and never saw Kalamazoo conveying several messages She also named and de scribed and gave mesrages from two deceased children of Mrs Russell One son Vlctor died in Pennsylvania fifteen years ago and the other Carl ton Russell died In this city ten 3 ears ago To Mrs Mary Prensable she named and described a mother who bad been dead for twenty five years told of a daughter and husband who had been dead ten and thirty years respectively and named and descrlb ed several other deceased membrs of the Prels ble family- WONDERPOL REVALATlOf Mrs A Ksmp of 8q First streetR total stranger was told of her husbands mother who died twentytwo years ego Her name and description were given The girl also named and described two deceased childreu ul Mrs Kamp and conveyed messages from them Mary describes graphic any her vision of heaven She says I cant tell just what the sensation is like I cant tgll when the trance Is coming It just strikes me suddenly I lose control of my body and seem to be carried upupup to al almost unimaginable height The air seems soft and fans my tare I fly through the clouds and then suddenly I know A Womans prager It is aoWft that la the deapoadeacy- oaaed by dlacasee there IeeIit1I to maoy a salwiwoman no way of escape m at the 01 rfwould be sad to record cha story of tale ud suffering ex lxpt for tbe bet that In uc11- dMtrna epee maay a woman laa yback happixeuby t pinees Favor he Pres i The one ipd only Tfo- rleucorrhea female WN- kt falling o the- womb eo aba luely c MIa awe m taaee- oommoc sflerta ofwoalea u to war rant its maker In oQaing tQ as they hereby do the sum of 1500 reWard for a rise Of the above maladies which they cannot eve Your medttiu almost raised me rom the Iaypt1IIIIOUoll1ie Wick tand Shad pain an and such a dragging feeling It ewed I could not do house work One day I found a little book I read It and wrote to Drs PIerce and In tryhithave nu backache no headache no pain at ali I used atwoys to have heodachea to the moMhtyperiod and such pain that I wOuld roll on the tloot In n 0 bottle Dr I PawHte Prescription and three Golden Medical Dtacowry and three dais n tr Pierce rlaeant Pellets and wu rom pletely grad e Accept no substitute forn pnvorfte Pre t goodDrl stamptoat oue cent stamps for the hook in covers or 3r for the cloth bound- volume Address Dr R V Pierce But falo N Y s I nm In heaven About me stretches a great city but there are no houses nor streets Beautiful whiterobed angels are singing and talking and sailing through the air I am flashed through two Immense white pear ly gates and then the whole beauty the place Is before me Color of every hue and description and the most beautiful music I ever heard are on every side I seem to know all the people there and they come to me and talk It all seems so strange to me The angels tell me their names and when I describe what I have seen I find the living relatives of the angels right here and they look at me and wonder No words can describe what heaven really Is I try to cry out my joybut find I can move neither hand nor foot One of the spirits told me that when I died I would be free to move lust as they do I cannot understand how the angelspass through the air They have no wings nor do they Iwalk They lust seem to be taken through the air in any direction they wish to go- p S Carrie Nation and Dowie- If no one cared for what happened any more than Carrie Nation and John Alexander Dowie there would be a great many more successful per sons on earth For both of these are a success In the way that they want to be The secret of their prosperity Is their want of fmr particularly fear of public opinion When Carrie Na tion was rolled In the gutter by a saloon keepers wife In Kansas she arose without a blush In fact with a smile unabashed not In the slightest ruined In temper quite unconscious of how she had looked floundering around on the ground When she Is put out of the White House ejected from the Senate gallery and escorted tr the police strtlon she goes as gayly and unconcernedly as If she were lend Ing a Sunday school picnic and carry Ing the banner The judges fined her she opens her reticule and sells enough souventrlhatchets to pay the fine bustles off to the train and arrives at Baltimore eating a biscuit out of that same reticule In time to take her part as actress In the play of Ten Nights In a Barroom which she has rewritten Carrie Nation Is enormously funny but she doesnt know It Now all other people would be covered with shame and confusion would retire to an obscure mourning place and become nobody Here to the point at which they display their lack ol genius Being absolutely and utterly guided by the proprieties In their behavior they are dead failures Alexander Dowie Is not cowed by being called a fool He continues his antics and is credited with being worth 7oooooo He fills a large place In the public eye and there Is no doubt that he en joys himself If he were given to the Introspective habit of looking In on hrmsell to main qUI sUonlngs as to whether he were right or wrong he would be still plowing corn In Iowa Be sure you are right and then go aheadof course but dont bother too much about whether you are right go ahead anyway Half the world will never find out you are wrong and there is some consldera ble money and SUCCES1J In bamt boozllng half the world Let the oth er half scold This is not exactly the philosophy of those nice articles In the magazine Success but there areI more ways than one of getting on The Peruna Almanac The Peruna Ltlcky Day Almanac has become a fixture In over eight million homes They are to be obI tamed at any firstclass druggists free Be sure to Inquire early The 1904 Almanac Is already published and the supply will soon be exhausted Do not put it- ait off Get one today OiloMlnuteCough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup The Apple Crop There is scarcely anything more remarkable In the history of American exportation to Europe than the American apple Exporters In the New York say that there Is no limit to wbnt the trade may become within five years considering what has been accomplished since five years ago when American apples were first sent In any quality to London and Liver pool The first year of the American export apple trade saw about 25000 burells sent mainly on small steam ers and sailing vessels Vist year upward of 1000000 barrels were shipped to London and on the fastest sttameuin the trat1sAtlantic fleet t 12000 STOCKo- rGerieru1 MerchandiseTO BE CLOSED OUT AT COST AND CARRIAGE IN NEXT SIXTY DAYS We cill make a change in the firm January 30190x1 In or der to do this we are compelled to close our Stock out as nearly as possible Beginning Saturday morning November 28 we will sell everything in our house at actual cost and carriage until January 30 194No- cv is the time to buy nIl of your Winter Goods at wholesalet prices We have a complete stock of most everything that the people want Big stock of Clothing Ladies Wraps and readymade Skirts all new and uptodate Come early and get first choice We have a complete line of Furniture Wood and Iron Bed steads Dressers Wash Stands Rocking Chairs Etc all of which will be sold at co- stSaturday Morning Nov 28Our books will be closed will not charge goods to anyone dur ing this sale All that are owing us on book account or note will please settle as early as possible We want to close our business by January 30 1904 We will still h ld our reputation by paying the highest prices for all kinds of produceTobacco Shaved Hoops Etc Respectfully WIT YOUNG SONJ OLATON KENTUCKY WONDERFUL TALE t British Ship Was Attacked by Enormous Sea SerpentI The Glengrant of Fraserburg has returned to port from the fishing i grounds In the North Sea and the captain and crew numbering in all ten men report a terrific encounter with a sea serpent in the North sea Theywere same eighty mites from land on Tuesdayand just at the break dawn the hands turned up to try the draught nets Suddenly a tremendous commotion arose on the weather quarter scarcely forty yards away One ofthe crew remarked Whales but to thefrconsternation a huge dark body rose and made for the steamer The men were almost parallzed at the awful sight of the monster which came on with a swaying motion When twenty feet oil the vessel it reared to a great height and with a loud hissing noise plunged down again A second more and the vessel was lifted six feet as the monster worked Its way beneath her The vessel took a great dip by the bows and chipped a hugh sea washing the deck lear and flooding the engine room cabin and forecastle The utmost consternation prevailed among the bewildered crew as the steamer first looked like capsizing and then swamping By the time things were righted the monster was some distance oft but to the horror of the crew it was seen turning and coming on again at a furious pace One of the fishing hands appeared the only one who had not lost his head for he dashed below and got n gun When the animal WitS fifteen yards aWRY he flied at the head Whether he hit Is not known but it I dived and along slnous body follow travlellng could be seen It was twice the length ol the Hlengrant or nearly 200 feet It had a head like a Sea horse with long mane or fine down on the back great green glistening eyes an enormous mouth and teeth The de scription tallies with a monster seen by Montrose fishermen on Wednt- sdayEdlnburit cor N Y Sun QtHa Early Risers The famous little pills I Via STr LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah ttheDOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING CARS MclaaIsCurt ELECTRIC llGHJED TRAINS IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Via MEMPHIS direct to HOT SPRINGS ARK And Points In TEXAS MEXICO and CALIFORNIA DOUDlE DAilY SERVICC DINING CARS McIIls o le Carto- CLECTHIC llat1 j TRAINS for Further Itlornalidn IJrrtiling Uathr Lit AJdras- R T G MATTHCWS Trr Pm tit Room 202 qulhbl Cld lUIilLLE rt H C TOWNSEID o a aT GOT ST LOUIO DAYIESS COUNTY BANK TRUST COs- OWENSORO KY Cash Capital 50000 Socholdlt AddtI Llabllil 50000 Quaran Fud for Cuelornr 100000- Demlta Teethed sabjet to ebek Coti- rwtklnt to dpatl or cbd oat All ea b doe hr malt lsteme lId CD IDI dpofli- a PER C ENT for tlmoou 110 trstfor- sborttrprtodt latsrtbeetnlmmdIMolyC- aU orrUe tor tunba partleawr- T a AXPEUOJ rrtdt u Subscribe for TilE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 100 per year in advance Take Laxative Quinine Tablets Seven Milllon boxes sold In past 12 months This L i Worlds Fair March 1904 Mr John C Weber director o1 Webers Military Bantlof Cincinnati known as the Prize Band of AmerlC- I1 bas composed the St Louis Worlds FaIr March 190tnnd tledl rated It to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition It will he distributed through the passenger department of the B O SW R R Worlds Fair Route ot to cents per copy d The music Is in sheet form nr ranged for the piano being veryrhandsomely gotton up with highly illuminated title cover Mr John C 1Veber Is not only n great Musical Director hut he has written some very catchy and popular marches The St Louis Worlds Pair March Is bls latest success and wIll add forth er to his fame Mr Weber and his great organlza Lion of artists has twice deflated aU comers in national contests at Elks Reunions The latest triumph was- at Baltimore Mdon the 21st of last July when In n nolable contest com posed of the leading bands of Amen cn won the first prize of ioc It Is confidently expected that Mr Web ers Worlds Fair March will become a popular air during the next year and every household should have a copy of this music Send Io cents In sliver to the un derslgned and copy ol the Worlds Pair March will be mailed to your ad dress Mark envelopeWorlda Pair March Mention this paper when ordering O P McCarty G P A B O SW R R- Cincinnati 0- puti CASTORIAFor Infanta and Childron The Kind You Han Always Bmught Dears the- Signature TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Alldralfltuw UroyFtgaaaI 00eaehbox iS- ewDDpat hYllyC- IDauzyy f e1SIIlTIIJBA- RNETT SMITH 1 ATTORNEYS AT LAWk1 IIAR1reICD JIf- Wlll partlhl tblr OhlocadadlolatogcoesllwaedCoartofAppc t tothelrearOmeelnRETUuCI JNO B ATTORNEYWILSONI Hpdalattnllo glrs to lOlIftlIoDlI1l1kIDg ablrsetsaeaboNotar for ObloeoDa ty UllteOUldepablicallaahlIp R R Attorney at Law HARTFORD Ky lraminerforOhloCoumty SfIIIKAYItlX RIIND3rWOODwAlll IIEAYRINWOODWARD- 1a OCt1yg Qt at4U9 ij KyVlIIlrsctles Ia all tile Courtr Appeal I e 1 lOlIlIoaa p W H BARNES Attorney at LawAND ATTOItNILYIfuTroaD CourtOhioAppeal Strict DtuntloD will b RtnD to busier ulruted to hiacar Collection sped Sty UlI1ce Ineourtbon RHEUMATISMand cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you arc not satisfied your mon y will ho cheer Ask fully refundedjI ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Kyu t To lure a Cold in One Day Bromo signature ofe WEDDING Crlpfa 1 on every 2Sc I 18381903 Henry Jarboe Back to Life Left Bardstown SixtYFive Years Ago and was Supposed to be Dead Writes Letter to BrotherRo mantic story of Wanderings Like a message from the dead waa a letter toceived by Butt Iatboe who t1JS East Broadway Louts vll1C Xy Thanksgiving raorning It came from Ala brother Henry who left his home is Bsrdstowa sixty five year ago and who since that time had concealed his wketeebouts from the other member of the family It was stlppoeed that he had ben dead for years Henry Jarboe left his home In Dardstown In s838 lie had been In a quarrel about a skiff on the river shore endlhad struck a man who was expected to die He thought thAt he WAS a murlererand suddenly dIsap peered lie left without saying goodbye to his mother or to any of his friends He thought that his life had been blasted by the slaying of a friend and he knew that If he stayed athome he would be atttlted tried andprobsbly convicted With this deep shame burning In his breast he turned his back on his native soil and set out toward the West from whence at that time It bra Impossible to bring any one after the Mississippi river was r once crossed end to which communication was slow and unreliabler The men who hatruck and whose name Is now forgot soon got well He held no animosity toward Jarboe k t who had struck him In the heat of passion but this was never learued by lIen ry Jnrboe end be wandered from town to town In the west guardlcg his se cret sorrow He said lu his letter to his brother that be often thought of I his home In Kentucky and longed to see the dear laces of those he loved FoucuT IN TUXAx WARS i Naturally he wanted excitement l and hie whole desire was to do some thing that would wa1ceblm forget the past He went to Texas and there joined the Texas rangers and took part In the bloody fights of the Texan wars always being foremost In the fighting and unequaled In his daring When war with Mexico was declnrI- I ed lie enlisted In the army and fought In most of the great battles of that war 1HIs feats of valor attracted attention and his Identity became known to many soldiers who had come from this State and the tales of his adventures came back to the family after the war had closed NAMILY LOST TRACK The family wanted to ten him that the man whom be struck had recover ed and try to Induce him to come home but try as they would no trace of him could be found WHen the s01dlers were mustered out be retreat ed again Into voluntary obscurity Letters written to likely places failed to bring answers and friends who were going West to try their fortunes aodght for him In vain m SAN Josn CAL He had gone further west and had takent1p his new life iiirCalifornia He was successful married and made his home at San lose where he lBnO- Wamongthe1 oldest inhabitants and Is one of the most highly respected cltl sans In s851 old Mrs Jarboe the moth er of the tawny died and It was necessary to settle the estate Henry was to have an equal share with the other children according to the will Advertisements were published In many papers and even In papers In I the far west but never a word came from the missing son Then came the long period In which absolutely no word came from him lIe was lost entirely and had long years since been given up ns dead The family thought that sure ly If he had been alive bewould have written or would have come home DOW lice WAS FOUND A short time ago n friend of Basil Jtboe went to California on a visit fie stayed n short time In San Jose l r but wqlle he was there he heard of the old man whole now almost blind The name caught his attention and he mlllle an investigation with the result that he decided that he was n brother of his friend In Louisville The friend wrote to Basil Jarboe of what he had learned and a letter was Immediately addressed to San Jose with the result of getting the Answer which came Thanksgiving Day and which brought the first news of the brother who had been lost for more than three store year- sIMPOLITENESS OF MEN Lack of Nome TrainIng Is often Responsible for Rudeness fn- Pllbtlc For the prevaleuce of smoking In public place women have only them selvew to blame says Hrs Russell liege In ea laterlew They are willing to drive and walk with men while they smoke they even permit men to smoke while diatng with them nt public restaurants and at length men feel dreadfully abused If they are required to desIst Irom amok tug for an hour or so A man ron drink without Interfering with the comfort of others but the smoke makes his presence ftlt all over the room liDo you think men were once more considerate and courteous I know they wend Such a State of aflalr was unknown among people with any claim whatever to refine mentaThe American woman must come to the rescueand she will The American woman Is the purest highest finest product of civilization thus far but I do think she Is making a serious mistake In encouraging the ubIquitous smoker What led her Into that error III think she grasped the fact that men and women spend their lives too Jar apart and they should be com rades In that she Is right but she has not realized that they must be comrades on the high levtl attainable nod that she can bring man up only by maintaining avery high standard herself So long as she tolerates and condem rudeness and nconstdeation men will be rude and inconsiderable as she Insists upon courtesy they wilt be courteous Do you think home training or rather the lack of It Is responsible for modern impoliteness I do Indeed Many people leave their children almost entirely to ser vants and consequently thelittle ones Imbibe their manners and culture from the domestics Many of our young men and women who have at tended school and college who have attaIned an envIable amount of brain culture are almost destitute of cour tesy Pix welt they etnter then draw thy cIrcle round has been a pet motto of min for many years Unless we have a definite center the clr clelwlth exceeding care that her circle Is surelto b faulty The American woman must fix her center with exceeding care that her circle may Include all noble tendences andexclude un base ones in the citizens of Amer Lea YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INO when you take Oroyee Taetelua Chill Tonic b taDoe the formula is plaldly printed oa ever bottle bowlDff that ItIslmply Iron and galnineIs- ataeteiN form No Care No ray kIt Myl Myl If those Baltimore girls would mob a schoolmate for telling tales bat would they not do to a husband who staid out without a per mltlHopklnsvllle Kentuckian A TImely Suggostlon This is the season ot the year when tho prudent and carefully housewife replenishes her supply of Chamber lains Cough Remedy It is certain to be needed before the winter is over andresults are much more prompt and satisfactory when it is kept at hand and give as soon as the cold is contractedand before st has become settled in the system In almost every instance a severe cold maybe warded off by taking this remedy freely as soon as the first indication oUhe cold appears There is no danger in giving it to children for it contains no harmful substance It is pleasant to takeboth adults and children like it Buy it and you will get the best It always cures For sale by aU druggist OASXOnXABears tho the Kind You flays Always Bought BIgoatuofl NIGHT BLINDNESS A Conaltlon In Which the Yldoo Pall au Dayllgkt Fade Night blindness Is a ondltlon In which vision 1s perfect or fairly so In daylight but falls with the setting or the sun and 1s not restored under ordinary conditions or artificial Illumination The sufferer from night blind ness can usually see the light or a can die or lamp when he looks directly nt- It but Ito cannot rend even when the light Is thrown directly upon the plUsually howenr he sees well In a room lighted brilliantly with electricity the degree of illumination then np preaching that of lunUrhL The cause or night bllndntlll labelI- evec1 to be an exhausting or the power or Tllion by too great light rou ee curs rnatnly mon eoldlera and eaters- In the tropics who are xpoud for manyehourato the J1an ot the inn end among arctic explorers wbote tyre era deasled by rttleeta from the snow- On ehtpbord It Is often a8llOttU with curvy and persona wbo ate eprettied phylicalb or mntaPy ft la- aay other way ran dawn eel mere tlkty to wirer titan the etroes- 8ailetg haft tt tupereYtlen that tae trftNe Ia dab knpeadeaea ill tlep 1q0f2fick Intile 1DOOtI 1at age tide beHet Ia ecabodled t the besotmoon W1kb7 whack tbI call It Tics tropical man is probalty as gaflsSeee In till respect as It Is ilL tllevre3s- etfanf laarttty The only treatment for nlgbt DtD4- oeMIkHlar away from btlsht lIght OT protettns tM 1711 with gosgke CII a bandage until the exknaatd tedaa has reooTCIId Ita tooe1oaUrW Oem panloa- An Arab lea Part A lady traveling In Mortice gtvea the following account or an Arab ter party Our bolt dispensed ehtrnJb cia mwt the wine of tbe country made trum grape the little dome shaped pewter teapot was there with Its fond associations ot Morocco together with the copper try and circle or diminutive painted glasses A lOr SeoUl Indolent sun poured down be rond the patch of shade The hum and- honer or Insects vibrated In the w and preseetly musicians were rim mondgtrls wearing pale green Jel labs aad silver ornaments with yellow handkerchiefs twisted around their beads and men So bright colors SItting down between UII each was KiTeD a glass ot sherrub de mlnat and by and by they began to ply Weird and wild music It was that ot the tareegea the gtmbl and the tahr Quaint native Instruments ot the roughest construe lion and yet ns music possessing Iuc- lnnUon not II little For Financial Purpole Before the collection was taken up at- a negro place or worship the minister nnnounced that ho regretted tostatO11 certain brother had retired to rest the night before without locking the door or his fowl house to find In the morning that nU his chickens had vanished dont want to be personal ho con tinned but I hob my suspicions ns to who stole dem chickens It Im right In dose suspicions dnt man wont put any money In do box which will now bo passed round There was n grand collection not n single member ot the congregation feigning sleep Now bretleren announced the min- Ister I dont want nU yoah dinners spoUt by wondering where dat brother lives who dont lock his chickens up tit night Dnt brother dont exist mat friends lIe was a pnrnblo fob purposes ob finance Cau of Yawnln Yawning Is commonly caused by a temporary deficiency Qt the air sup ply In the lungs When the body Is weary WIth hard and continuous work or mental study lassitude from the eta feels of close heavy air or lptenee boat or perhaps from the peculiar state ot the health the respiratory process Is sometimes Involuntarily stayed for a few moments To compensate tthis stoppage ot breathing nature In to the rescue and sets up a spasmodic k action lu the muscles of the mouth throat and chest which produces a deep Inspiration which takes tb form ot a yawn Au Old CJaaroh Knocker The grotesque knocker on the sane tuary door ot Du bam cathedral which bears n rather distinct resem blanee to a lion is said to be of the twelfth century The hollows for the eyes my have been formerly Oiled with crystal or enamel or nait bad- been suggested the open eyes my have been contrived to emU light from WIthin the church so as to guide tho hapless being seekIng sanctuary by night to the welcome haven or safety Chambers JournAl Told DSm Good- bI know that article was wrlttea bra southerner said the astute dt ed- Itor and when somo ono asked why ho explained A narthernr would have put It I said tarewen or 1 said KOQdby but never I told him goodby Your southerner always has It I toll him goodby New York Press Fnmo Why lont you try to write your name on tho scroll ot farad My friend said Senator Sorghum very earnestly I have never yet seen anybody tearing leaflets out ot the scroll ot fame and getting them cashed nt the bankWashln ton Star ill J1nblhml ncthencc Reporter In vestibnlels It true that Mr Gotrox line just died Butler cnltlouslrIt Is but lie has nothing W y for publicationPuclc I TRAINING A LION A DAring Perfdrmanoe That lied a- Very Simple Lzplnuutlon Not long ago a lips tamer who was exhlbtttng In n German circus In nol land attracted immense crowds at every performance by doIng what seemed to bo the most daring or nets In the lions cage He would climb Into the cage with great pieces ot meat and throw It to the roaring beasts The moment they had leaped upon It he would spring among tbelh and put his foot on It The animals would growl furiously and then Just u the Ipecta tore were all waiting breathlessly eX peeling that the beasts would tear him to pletcs they would shrink back cowed After be had Repeatd this uciting act for many da7an English maamade a wager with hum for a big guru of money that he would not ditre to dolt alter the lions had bun etar eel for three days The trainer considered for a moment end then ageeped tin wager making only the condition that be btl allowed td bane tfuea weeks Of preparationAt of thNQ 3 kU WPtraheer- announced t1J t he was ready tb- proses of t the flops ta1lThe Lngfshman JreptlUar posted an4JilrbttDJUPicerta1nt begiven to the entrails At the expire tlou of the tbtefL layt all Llnate trushed to the cirrus Tbe lions were I maddened with hunger as any onee could see and bear Ior tb rcontinually end their attsmpte to break through the bars laoPied how angry they had become In the height ot tho uproar the trainer entered the cage with an Immense piece ot beef In lilt arms ne towed It on the floor ot the cage raised his whip and lo nOt one lion dated to approach It The mighty brutes lay crouebgd roaring and growling so bard that their great- frameq shook and each kept his ter rifle yellow eyes fixed hungrily on thO meat But not oneof them stirred I The trainer atoopeda lifted the beet and tossed itto them again and la a moment the lions were in a great tawny ball rending and snarling and tearing with blood from the mangled beet spurting all over the cage The Englishman paid his betand then tried to find out how the lion tamer had ao- gutred such wonderful control over his boasts At first the man would not tell but at last he consented to ex plain It liuring the three weeks period of preparation be had always starved the lions from the very beginning Then on the fourth day he would enter the cage with tbeet which had been soaked In keroI Fend oil rho lions would no sooner pounce ppon It than they would shrink nwJ sickened by Uto stench Then ho would throw them n fresh and good beef which they would devour In n moment The lions soon becamo so nccustomed expecting that the first piece of beet that was thrown to them was not good that at the end or three days they would not even move from their corners when the trainer throw It on the Ioor or the cage They would not try to eat anything except the see end piece So the daring trick had a- very slmplo explanatlonWashington Post A Teet of Refinement The truest test or refinement Is n uniform regard for the welfare and interests and feelings ot others There Is a refinement which Is by education but In each case the sure indications or refinement oro the same You can recognize the difference between those who have and those who lack refine ment by their bearing In a crowd In deed this difference Is easier perceived In n street car or In a market or In a thronged highway than In a drawing room A person or true refinement takes up the less room and claims the less concession and Is readier to yield position than an unrefined person The way In whIch a man carries B cane or umbrella In n crowd settles the question In his case And again the keeping ot ones market basket In the way or out or It as at the busiest market hour Is an Infnlllble test ot the bearers Inner grain And so In many other minor matt rsPbUadelphln Ledger Silk Culture In Italy OOA D Persian monks first brought silkworm eggs concealed In the head ot n hollow stair to Constantinople Thence silk culture spread InI to Q eceA little fitter conquest cnr tied 1t to Sicily From there to Italy It vas but a step Soil climate pea ple suited It Tho Industry took root grew throve and continues to this day The thrifty peasant manages to get silk and oil and wino from the same small holding First be plants his mulberry trees sixteen feet each way next he prunes the beads Into n hollow cup and trains his vines oU over them and finally around the edge he sets a shelter or olive trees So nU seasons bring him laborandthe reward of It I GRAVITATION OVERCOME Lead Creek atilawesvllle Flows up Stream for a Distance of One Mile Probably two of the most rare in- stancesI where nature completely reverses Itself rays the Hawesvllle- Plalndealer occur wltlll1 the city limits of HawelvlII and so far as Is known no one has ever undertaken to find a reason Oneof the Creaks Is Lead creek wbichpoura into the Obi river near the public school Tbe creek flows up etredm tornearlp mile overCOnlngliravitaUonby som- myaterioue force This uphUt stream sane parallel with the river cud with ie a few l nndredyardri iromit The l otht7 one Is awellon theiii11 belo g Ilagto W L UtAdamtl Contrary to copIQUSIYIin I Did you knoll that 2CAd one population of tb 1UnltedStateswas attendingechool big but Wt have the figures cisthe federal commlaeton- er of education to prove It He re portathat In thesecondary schools o this country there are 18o8o84o pupils These figures do notdaclud e the college and university enroll went It does not Include thetnedlc al and law schools In the Ommon schools alone there are Z6ooooo o children or one fifth of the population of the United States There Is- no place on the taco of the earth whic caD appropriate such Ii state of affairs There never has been an agela which these figure were approached J V Graded Roads wTheroadsr is no doubt ythat they will get ibad whey the stuns Bad the freezes and the thaws setin No systemof wdL log dirt roads will entirely prevent this condition ilnderlsnch conditions- In some places the soil fs oI such na ture that the mud will get verydee- and p sticky while inothers It wilt not get so bad even though the dralnag Is the same It was never claimed for graded roads that they would not get muddy or bid but by throwing the dirt to center and ditching well it Is claimed and proved byond doubt that the mud dries up quicker and does Dot get as bad as It does where the middl- of the road is lower than the sides aud there Is nothing to drain the water from the roadbedMadsonynleIust let ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY lscoaronATid Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize bone folks whereyou can b yyoUf Qwnpbonell and build your own and be In talllngdlstnDce wIth the whole coon ty and business points generally b only paying a reasonable rent to th otheyyou say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For parties late call on Si T Stevehs Manager Hartford Ky II r I Cumberland TELEPHONE AN- DTelegraph CoC- tDeorporated Theres nothing the matter wit my business l have tht land In my residencesac place of business My business ha Increased and my wlfets voice Is never heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition I GtP NOWhlN Manr i YoiTai QUiDiD ItS 10 to 1 you do If you are a victim of malaria Dont Do It Its Dangerous WoU admit it will cure malarIa but It leaves almost deadly after ef- fectsHERBINE is purely vegetablo and guaranteed to cure malaria headache ihouencaI and all stomach kidney and liver complaihto TRY IT TODAY SO Cents n Bottle All Druggiotc r = Sale byJ H WIlliams Hartfot 5000 mWlmmlllim GIVEN AWAY If you want to bo the lucky persona buy your goods from us from now until tireend of the year find get a guess nt the length of time the BIG CANDLE will burn The first person to guess the exact number of hours or theone guessing the nearest to the OX canFlospendgetsOno andn guess It costs you nothing to guess rind you may be the funky party This is open to nIl cash custOmers getrmoreforoffered elsewhere r CARSON CO HARTFORD KY THIS REMEDY is sure to jIVE SaUsfactfon ELYS CREAM BALM lIellef at ODce St cleanse Booth laud beals the dleeaeed corehaway a told In the head It Ipab sorbed Heal i and protept the YeDbrRDe iteetorea the Sedeee et- Tate and Smell Fall else roc at Drugsfeta orb mman Trial dire loc bymatl ELtDJIOTH RSG Warren street New Totk Now s the time to subscribe forI The Hartford Repu11icanRI- PANS Titbules Doctors find A good prescription I For tndn1clhd The 6cedt pocbUa eDo bfor anRl occasloDs applforO4STOaXABeer thi llll Kird Yoa Nate Aiwars Borg l ISlguture 111or illinois Central RallroadTlme Table New time card toklnlr enectSnnday Dee r leOYetnoooe OtI Nriutb ndnnd- No132due537ain No 121dn1117 o m No 102dne217pm lio10 due 347 p m- No12dae1242pm No 131 due8S5Dm Irchlio154dne733am 247pm B D PAIIYCT6a Agent WItla O mlIt Ci Ao Cottxaty CIrcuit CourtW T Owen Judge JI Rowe Attorney Oweneboro T IL Black Jailer 8A- ADtlereoD Clerk Uowon holbrook Master Com mluloner O D LikeD Traetee Juryyond en- p RfDwo Sheriff lIartlord Deputy SberlffC- Reowli Clarence Reon Jo H Roberta ft 1- Doyd Ji CourtcoDYeleearetMoD day la March end ADgalt and continue three WCbRDd thIrd Monday In DY aDd lioveDlher two west CooOtyCourGJI1lBlegJvdge U8lI69 loud Clerk WI JlRrDee AttorqtY Ifartfotd A1Conrtconvene Grot Monday in each month QuerterlyCourtBeglne on the third Monday 0la April July Octobet aToll January Court pf ClalmeCoDene8 stet MondsylD JM oars Tneallls1 after eecand Monday In October Other DlDcereJII Wood Surveyor Ceralo Frank Lowe ilteeeeor Dello James Iklreeee School 8dperlalendedt lIorUord Rea L Dat4 Coroner8alphhr8pringdTasttce oouzto- B F nudeon Beaver DBmFtbrnIl171G 10 May Is Angnet31NoYembr30 oeoW MartlotBahetownFebruary 12 Yq- H Angat 20 November 12- JDo M Oralidm NarroweFebruary t Y 7 2 August 2Ofotember33 l T A Ryan FordnI1l4lJlluaorJ le May r August 27lionmber J AI11cks DulorllFbruol7 7 May e Aaa net It 7- 1vABoneCentertownFebnary0 May 11 0h 20 May G AagqtlS4- Noremberl I= lcUu Con-S Joo n WUIOD Judge J S ItWeddlng City Attorney ST Banett Ynlllhal Conti coo InlletllCoDd Monday to each month SoLeon Aozveea- M EthnrcbSouthService third Sunday In each month at 1111 In and 7p m Bad fourth Sundayattpm Prayer meetlDlfenl7edn day enDing lie WTIMUlerIoltor Baptist CburchSenlceebeideecondSunday In each month at 11 o m and 7 tomo lrnyer meet ingereryThnredajeyenlug CI CbnrcbServllltftnot Sunday In each month at 11 u w and 7 p pt Itev J D liar lied paetor School Trueteec UnrUordJBII r Miller J 8- otenn S T Steyene B ll liockor J R D Cur eon Jon CImey Town TrutesA BWblte I r Warner J U1nttoo W S Tiueley JWcdding COCSot Coc1o1oD A O U W meats nt anti third Saturday nlghte Hartford Lodge Nu 616 FA A Masoue fret Monday night in oorb mouth 1touRh River Lodgm So liD Rnlgbt ol Iythlu- meetsevery Tueeday nh bt- inrrou ilortou font Xo 40 A It holll reg- uler ateetiuge Sanirinybeforearet Sundayln each month DeWitts wp =Q Salve For PlIcs Burns Sores Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER 4 LAND SAlE fOR TAXfSI By virtue of taxes due me ts Sherlfl of Ohio county Ky I will on the 7th day of December 1903 expose to public sale at the Court House door in Hartlord Ky the following lands vizEASTUARTroRD PRECINCT NO I Baltzell Mrs Cynthia 126 412 Coghill W H 90 6 90 Coghill W H agent for A R Shacklett 8o 5 20 Chinn T H 65 10 40 Daniel EM 130 8 05 Hurt Mrs M J 601- I II 50 J 3 45 Hoover S E 55 5 20 Richardson J H 74 5 75 Sullenger Prank B 162 985- Sibert S H I lot 6 25 Thomas J W 4 4 70 Wright Mrs Nancy 45 3 85 Cox S K agent for Mrs Jennie Moseley z lot 7 30 WEST UARTPORD PRECINCT NO2 Chapman Clint 87 12 5 Duke S E z lot 7 30 Davis LB 145 z6 40 Thomas J H 35 7 30 Ward Leslie M 8o 12 40 McZernatl Mrs Sallie 38 445 Miller EM 6 S 36 GillesplelV G x lot 5 20 DEDA 0N3 Beard CT SS to 48 Hoover L C 313 1894 Johnson Mrs Annie 86 730 Maples Thos H 40 518 Miller A G 49 5 87 Newcomb CUM 86 345 Patton Jno T 53 57 Shown Mrs Sallie 76 677- Sanderlur Jasper N 75 945 Smith Luther 20 3 40 Travis Prank 15 412 Westerfield D A 124 9 95 SULPHUR SPRINGS NO 4 Banger LT 1043 1631 Bozarth Ira 80 S 36 Baxly C E 196 1388 Coots Pal 3S34 7 83 Coots W P 20 4 65 Coots 0 F 20 7 57- Pitzhugh Jas 200 23 66 Hufl Oscar 43 5 50 Hurt Lafayette 15 3 22 Martin Wm J 33x1 4 34 Neighbor Geo 100 8 52 Peach A J a 7 3 50 Smith A L 25 6 24 Stevens I C 53 5 71 Toms Verble 65 730 Wright Wm T 75 5 I8 Willis 0 P 2 8 74 Russell James 474 840 Wright J H So 625 lAGAN PRECINCT NO 5 Babbitt Mrs Harriet 75 7 30 Baughn J P 75 5 20 Coppage Uriah 70 5 20 Coleman C B 58 5 20 Ernsplger MG 20 3 6o Farmer W A z6 3 6o Hull J E I town lot 3 20 Hamilton MrsLuciuda 25 460- Mumtt B D 90 10 65 Pool Mrs Eliza 35 3 30 Roach J L 85 680 Wedding R A 75 6 25 Whittaker D F 75 4 50 Westerfield C D 465 465 Cecil Frank loo 625 CROMWELL PRECINCT No6 Baize S P 90 6 85 Bracken J J 140 14 90 Brown J H 6 4 IS Cox J N 75 I town lot J 14 00 Douglass RD I town lot 415 Embry J T z town lot 4 60- Fogle J P 50 880 Gilstrap P N 85 7 8o James E H So 630- Klncalde M 5h 4 40 Oglesby R J 40 9 25 Plummer S B I74 l 2 town lots 27 20 Roach L M ISO 8 35 Shultz J J 2 510 Stratton J P 75 4 J5 Taylor C S 140 740 Wilson J w 85 890 Davis Mrs J A J 11 3 35 Gilstrap P W I town lot 3 60- Hodge Mrs Donia Ito 7 30 Taylor lno H Ito 625- lOLORED LIST Booper Wood I 375 Moore Henry i 3 90 Tichenor Henry 5 20 Borah Jott I towniot 4 J5 COOl 1P1IN05 PRECINCT NO 7 AlIklnl MrsNnncy 127 4 IS- DagKerly Jeeae N J 50 4 65 Hudnall Leander Jr 120 9 40 Maddox Jas Thos I56 735 Williams Wm J loo 6 25 NORTJJ ROCKPORT PRECINCT No8 Ashly R C1lot 735 Brown Wm P17 4 40 Drown S M17 415 Baker Richard 5140 680 Campfield ED l lot 5 2D Cargal Jos H2Same 1 lot 7 80 Graves Wm P1lot 625 Heck Mrs Nannio P1 lot 675 Heck J Nagt for Mre Do- raMcGhee1 lot 806 Robertson Sam Ii82 D 50 Williams JI18 Aone lot 625 COLORED LIST Render Elijah ono lot 3 60- SOUTQ ROCKlORT PRECINCT NO 9- Beaton Mrs Alice ono lot 520 Drown Mary E140 625- Campfield Goo Wugt for Cyn thia A Campfield1 lot 306 Fulkerson L DG0 5 20- Fulkereon Wm Derry 60 5 20 Jackson Mrs Sally B120 1525 Jackson H D15 5 75 McConnellJoe B13 465 Wilcox tIre EmllyD133 1l 69- SELCT PRECINCT NO JO Butler A F J90 J2 60 Butler J T 26 4 IS- Dtckery VB 25 360 Haorn F M 58 4 3 5 Langford M F 100 840 Morris R P 40 3 90 Oliver Mary E 3J 360 Smith Chas 205 6 25 Taylor Guvley u5 7 30 HORSE BRANCH PRECINCT NO II Arnold Mrs Martha 39 3 75 Allen Franklin J4 4 00 Alford Andrew Wt I2o I town lot 7 00 Bratcher Joseph A 24 3 IS Bratcher Enos 200 16 J5 Day Elizabeth A 140 740 Embry Wm P 504 65 Ferguson Wm R 6o 5 80 Keown Sam H Jr 90 500 Lane Hardin F So 5 20 Stringfield Wash J 20 3 30 Swift std C 20 4 25 atewart Jno H 40 500 Stewart Virgil A 6o 4 65 ThomasNathanlel J 256 IJ 6o Vandiver Wm Ito 48 ROSINS PRECINCT NO J2 Austin R H I lot 4 J5 Austin WB 35 4 JS Allen Jno H I lot 3 6o Austin CT 205 6 25 Awtry Mrs Elizabeth zoo 3 70 Ashley S E 20 3 80 Ashley J M 32 5 50 Ashby H M I lot 4 J5 Boswell E L 100 6 25 Crowder L P I lot 5 20 Dabney J W 77 570 Duke R T 40 3 70 Gray R P 72 4 IS Goodwin JnoB 200 6 55 Hall Jas C I lot 3 6o Hines Jno B loo 8 4- 0IlerZT 2 465 Jones Mrs ME 100 3 6o Kuykendall Mrs Martha z 3 o6 Leach H C 200 6 25 Leach L C 65 9 35 Lewis Mrs J W I lot 4 J5 Likens R P 76 815 Minton M J 6o 435 Miller L J 66 5 40 Nelson Jno W 50 465 Nelson Joe H 50 4 J5 Otto Mrs Sarah S 4 65 Peach WE l town lot 3 35 Park LT 58 4 90 Raymer E W 65 3 75 Stewart W J 100 5 70 Shroeder Isaac 8 3 35 Wright Thos 5o 5 8o Wright R M too 520 Wright LT 70 8 So Westerfield Jacob 97 530 Wilson J W 2 town lots 5 7q Wilson N B 35 445 Wilson Clarence 30 6 oo- Zlgler B F 51 6 25 NCBENRY PRECINCT NO 15 Deno Wm N1 town lot 415 Fields J W1 town lot 415 Growbarger Wm J101 785 Hazel l9teve1 545 Kelly WmG1 680 Maddox agt for Jno W Hunter1 town lot 3 25 Porter J C1town lot 8 40 Parks Finloy49 5 70 Reed Fred 0uo town lot 5 70 COLORED LIST Jackson Nelson ndmr of Mariah Jackson ono lot 3 GO- CENTERTOWN PRECINCT NO 16 Barrett J L40 j 20 Drown C L ono lot 625 Carter J Mono let 570 Curtis J Aonolot 18 20 Calvert 1138 14 00 Phipps Mrs Eliza ono lot II 85 Ross A 1Y 58 I55- ImilefJT 10 4fI Williams A J SGT 7 30 Warden J B ono lot 465 euAtuuee rOEClIICT xo 17 Drown E Wortb111 400 brown l Worren 12 550- Cnllowny Jlre lathel1 town lot 412- Evnne llelre by Ed E Clever25 60I- IteorJllon Wm UM 110- Withrow Jno TdSS 110 EAST IRUSVILLE PRECINCT NO 18 Anderson G N9G 625 Baeham Ernest 169 985- Beatty Jno D50 505 Clark JnoA65 625 Cheek J W 10D G 95 Daniel Rolly59 j 25 Guess MrsGeorgia1 250 Hull l1re A 1135 1260 Hedden Elazar Sr250 1000 Huff Jno H55 730 Harder J I1lot Ii 40 Matthews E W42 540- McClaryRobt 4 15- MidkiU Fred 35 One town lot 780 Marlow Alviu50 840 Poole Wm D 45 405 Smitb Martha A 22 360 Truman L 5174 13 00 TrumanL W 7G 5 70 ThurmaQ Wm D GO 625 Wedding tIre Kate 1 lot 360- Whiler C H103 18 50 WEST PoRDSCILLE PRECINCT NO 19 BAize Newton R 14 4 35 Crowe Miss Maudo1 3 00 Eskridge Juliua80 92Q Johnson C W40 520 Johnson Kato28 415 Kirk W G 265 1560 Magao Josie28 306 Midkiff J 1Y50 j 70 Pool Loyd17 415 Stnitb N B 100 8 40 WhittenP M8 415- Johuosu Walker1 lot 465 Murphy Jas F30 385 Sapp Henry C40 755 Spencer Wm25 11 20- EIJAVILLE lRECINCT NO 20 Bickett S M100 7 30 mize E F70 1185- Bruner Mrs W A 158 1210 Bristow D B100 965- Bickett W T1 town lot 5 70 Crowe Mrs Ellen 157 025 Hamilton M L120 1070 Hobbs J W3s 4 40 HufJ R A100 625 Hun acott40 5 20 Harrison Miller05 615 Hoobs S C t8 490 Hardin T J330 1920 Payne H L30 405 Phillips Sol 1 915- Pryor Louis50 3 60 Payne Frank18 365 Taylor A P53 415- Tecl A G 1 3 35 S12REVR PRECINCT NO 21- Basham S L 86 7 35 Crrden J P 4 4 J5 Crawford W F 2s J IS- Cnrden Jail 54 585 Cobb Joel L 55 890 Grant J E j 27 4 05 Huff B F 200 7 10- Mldklfi Estill 20 3 70 Miles T H 52 7 70 Robinson W T S3 500 Robinson Joe 35 390 Mntthews E A 28 4 65 OlATON PRECINCT NO 22 Gentry Mrs Mary B 6u 4 65 Ross Robt W 75 465 StClair Jas D J60 23 75 StClair A W 8o 17 30 Wilson Geo W 4si 4 75 IIUPORD PRECINCT NO 23 Chapman Palestine 49 5 28 Hoover Jonathan H I lot 5 71 Smith Chas 8 J 38 Taylor Henry G I lot 3 70 Williams Dudley 87 8 47 Hoover Jno M 41 8 25 IARTLETTS PRECINCT NO 24 cowen Oliver P 20 3 73 Chapman Hardin ISO 465 Chapman Wilson too 7 42 Ford Sallie T J60 921 Ford Jas H r 8o 7 30 Greer Coleman D too 6 24 Greer Coleman 40 3 6o Gaves T J gdn for Parthen la Gaves heirs 75 3 33 Hoheimer Mrs Mary 62 624 Kirk Geo N 141 5 7J Simmons Wm H 70 4 65 Westerfield Jno H 57 4 92 Hawkins Jno H 63 640 Hicks Wm T 75 5 20 Kirk Annie 75 3 50 mtFLIN PRECINCT NO 25 Jones Chas L 6o 74r May Nelson r So 4 J2 Simmons Henry C u8 9 64 Tyler Geo A So 677C- ERALVO lRECINCT NO 26 Allen ETt 56 5 20 Curtis V D JD 9 25 Decker Amos 25 3 350- Fulker60n Mrs Susan 140 6 85 Williams P Aone lot 520 p I I rOlllT rUUIIT rRECtNCT eo 27- Enans lIenrrMMJ town tot 412 lIaolonIIIMO 520- Myero S II 1IMloo Sad NARROWS NO 28 Brown W H 75 J town lot tz 55 Coppage J F 37 8 40 Coppage R F 47 715 Foreman G B 82 730 Harrison Nona 57 5 20 Johnson W B So 520 Sanders W S loo 1050 Wilson W C 30 4 JO Wade Ed D 70 to 80 RALPH rREClIICT s00 Former Ollbert ro 500- Oreer Samoe1 1611 1110 seer R AMM10 4 05- Ltteey Jane1 33 Utile C N 20 1- 11MrenrtTI 1 27s 18 S3 Martin WmMG2 523 Ralph Ire Mary JAIIO 415 Ralph E1IO yu COLORED LISTE IIARTFORD Moseley Gee r I lot 4 r5 851MoseleyNall Mrs Jemima z lot 2 801 Nall Geo W 2 4 40 Parks Wm 36 6 25 Parks Chas I lot 4 65 Tln81ey Henry 1 lot 280 4 40 Tichenor Ed I lot 460 WEST UARTFOR- DEidson Geo J lot 945 Griffin Riley hot 415 LlndleyVes t lot 36o NONRESIDENT LIST Brown Richard Tone lot 2 55 Butler G C 158 5 70 Cecil C S 79 4 65 Carson Robt P 190 730 Dalton W A 390 7 30 Hicks Wm I 75 4 J5 Kuykendoll Mrs MEby P W Tabor agt 6 25 Tlllord7 town lots and 3 J8 00 Yates Matilda 2666 25 Morris TC A P no to 5o Neal Louis J loo 10 50 Russell Zack 5 3 60- Shulton JnoJ So 415 Smith J D 8 2 30 Stevens L W t town lot 2 55 Simmons Mrs Mattie 95 7 85 CAL R KEOWN S O C I Kodol DyspopslaCuro Digests all classes or blood tones andstrengthens the stomach and digestive organs Cure Dispepeia Iri digestion Stomach Troubles and makes rich red blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure re builds wornout tissues purifies strengtens and sweetens the stomach Gov G W Atkinsonn of W Ya says 11 have used a number of hot tIes of Kodul Dyspepsia Cure and have found it to bo a very effective and indred a powerful remedy for stomach ailments I recommend it to my friends Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Reflections of a Bachelor Two girls that like the same man never yet wire friends It takes a woman to make any kind of figure fill up any kind of clothes Fever blisters are well named when a girl gets them from under a mus tacheIt makes a woman very happy to share the unhappiness of somebody she loves Brave men scarcely ever faint un less their wives ask them to discharge the cookNew York Press To improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomachand Liver Tablets Mr J H Seitz of Detroit Mich says They restored my appetite when impaired relieved me of a bloated feeling and cured a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowls There are people in this commuuity who used just such a medicine For sale by an druggists Every box warrantedm Helen Mllecete is known for that vivacious tale called A Detached Pirate In the Christmas number 01 Lippincotts Magazine she Is even livelier with a novel called The Fascinating oj Mr Savage Bilious Colic Provontod Take a double dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholery and Diarrhoea Remedy as soon ns the first indication or the disease appears nndn threatened attack may bo Warded off Hundreds of people who are subject to attacks of bilious colic use the rem edy in this waywith perfect success For sale by nil druggists m CASTOaXADe- autheTha Khd You Hato Airals Bought flgnatnf dIof J VORCRFUV WOOlN Miss Nellie Hinton Looks Down a Pistol Barrel She Says Her Former Husband Tried to Force Her to Marry 1Hm Again Miss Nellie Hinton of this city denies the story printed In a lawesvllle paper to the effect that she was mar cloverportlrailroad qulrer In making the denial Miss Hinton tells a remarkable story She says that she was married to McPar land several years ago but flint they separated and he took their child Last summer she was granted a dl vorce She says that repeatedly after the separation he tried to Induce her to live with him but as the separa- tlon was without fault on her part she always refused to do eo believing that It was only to begin all her trou bles over again He did note give up when the di- vdree was granted and lest week he wrote her that her child was very ill and that she ought to goo Hawrs vine to see It She says that she did so and that when she reached that place she found the child perfectly well lie explained to her that he wes bound to see her And that he did not know of any other way to do so She says that he then asked her to marry him again and that when she again refused he drew R pistol which he pointed At her hear and told her he would kill her it she persisted In her refusal to Again become his wife screamIher from the desperlte man After that she lost no tIme tn getting to the train and returning to Owensboro V CENTERTOWN KY Dec JA glorIous protracted meeting Is In progress at waltona Creek church Revs Kimble and Asthma CI One of daughters had a terrible case my asthma We tried almost cverythng but without relief We then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and three one half botttes cured herEmma Jane Entsnlingcr Langsvlllc 0- Aycrs Cherry Pectoral certain I y cures many ases of asthma And it cures bronchitis hoarseness weak lungs whoopingcough croup winter coughs night coughs and hard colds rim sizes t ISt Lit ll Alt ends Comet your oIoclnr1t Ye ore take It then oa a + tell oo- to fMelltYe It then do I t its know Leanltelth I0AY1 COLawutlMut Drake are conducUnl the aotk Misses Vienna and Ella Sowders of Btaer DAm have returned home alter a pleasant visit to Ails IJmma Morton of this place Mrs Maggie Shown and Mrs Laura McKenney of Beds visited tile family of Mr H H Davis thin week Mrs Isaac Foster and Miss Gussle Woodward of Beaver Dam visited friends here this week Mrs L P Drake Is on the sick list Miss Ida Park of Hartford is visiting Miss Edna Boskett this week Mrs Silas Jones has returned from a vim to Mrs Sue Gary of Louisville Miss Violet Gary accompanied her home Mr Ed Durham after ao extended visit to friends and relatives here returned to his home In Illinois Drlvon to Dosporatlon Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization B family is often driven to desperation in case of accident resulting from Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a sup ply of BuckleD Arnica Salvo Its WayueGriffin I Ji 7Constipation i makes biliousness bad complexions Then wheres your beauty Keep the j system In good condition by taking RMozscILLS AND TONIC PELLETS which gently assist Nature in eliminating the poison make good blood good digestion and will keep the 1 Roses in Your CheeksQ ticeoererrer f 8t A C TAYLOR Undertaker I Ct1fY in stock a complete line of Undertakers goods together witha nice Hoarse and am prepared to furnish anything in this line at any hour Embalming a specialty Washing dressing and laying out free of charge A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky Hartford College HARTFORD KY Third Term opens January 11 1J03 Courses of study Preparatory 1onchors Scientific Philosophic Classic Mu r- EXPENSESTuition sic Elocution and Art poi torm often weeks 800 Twenty weeks in advance 1500 Board per weok 200 225 Students cnn enter at any time Catalogue and Circulars free Correspondence solicited O M SHULTZ President E W PATTERSON V Pres sraFenRNFrp