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With hearts full of gratitude wish toHt
express to their costumers their MANYad
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THANKS for their liberal patronage All i
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l during the year 1899 In many re I
spects the past year has been our best
We expect by FAIR DEALING t l
lor
COURTEOUS TREATMENT to all Ilor
lorLO lor I
LO WEST PRICES BIGGEST and
ton
BEST SELECTED STOCK to make
t 1900 the banner year of our business
Thanking you again for your kindness Mr
in the past we wish all of you a happyit
and prosperous New YearIIJ
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Constantly on Hand
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Pretty line of ling Big line Handkerchiefs Beau
tiful line of Ties Towels Napkins Table Linens Muf 1
6 hers Comforts Blankets rOIlS and Ladies house Slip to
pers wool Mittens I kid Cloves Everything that is use of I
ful you can hid in our storev
Ii
Capes Jackets and Overcoats
Fifty new stylish Jackets I latest shades Talllta + lined I
worth lUf > O note iAHtl
Fifteen Misses Jackets all shades Very latest Our iu i
price now 100d
r Another shipment of 150 allwool Capes will go
at 118 It l
118Mens U
Ions all lvool Beaver Overcoats cheap at iSi > 0 our a
price 500 a
Twelve more of those finest f grade Beaver Olrcoatsu B
worth 1000 now 850 11
Boys Overcoats with capo 150c
Boys Beaver Overcoats 1500 and tiiO
1
A look at any of these lines is all we ask
t t Then a sale is made Visit the store that
keeps the biggest stock at lowiLIVING
l PRICES The place is I c
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1 r HARTFORD HERALD I
WRIINRHIUY MWAIIY 11
Usa IOLKIIUAHTH HWAN3 DON
FloitinK Ktuiliu u now nt Hartford
II II Cilliii IlartfonVs l now Grocer
Ot soma of our lloektni Clmlrs free
CAIIKON f Co
Bsddlc lindlra mid UarDi88H TI I
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I Mr 0 L FifU of Island was be 1
lIotilav
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t Mr Mike Crabau Uuree Branch IB
1 ID town
townIII
Hie Nell AnHtin lit > avi > r Dam ii the
lineal of rtlitivis ID Hartford v
Orooerlca tbii till rest and oloanett
you nor wt 0 D Collini
Kri M II UincorotarnodyoBtordtty
from a vied to relatives at DetTor Dam
For floe Fboto Buttons call at tho
Flotdloe Hladio TtliplionoDumberl
For a good wellmade Huddle of tbo
moat popular design call on R T Her
For a quick and eoay rtdP to or from
Beaver Dam patrouice Fields bus
aFor
Oar new type ban arrived and next
week will eee THE niiuii in a now
drop
dropOircatt
Circuit Court in in session at Calhoon
this week Tbo docket Is said to bo a
very light one
Mr Bam B Cox wbo ban been at
tandine school at Ualbonn returned
borne Sunday
JFor tbo bent LifeAooidont and Sick
ness Insurance on rnrtb see O B
r < a Likens Agent
r
Mr E P Barnes of tbo firm of
Hooker do Co Beaver Dim was In
t t Hartford yesterday
IrFor QratOlaaa work aII on Clove
Her acrcnt for the famous Richmond
Steam Lanndry
Tbe old voluble Bonk of Hartford ia I
etlll at the front wltb a splendid fitato
meet of finances
Moi ra J O Riley II D Rlnstn 0
L Field and David Asbbv mode oflylno
t t trip to Livermore yesterday
I rt tMr T J Wallace who was elected
a poorhoDBQkofpor for tbo next two
I years moved in and took posHPssion
Monday MrUampbell has moved Into
I his new rodd Doo on his farm near tbo
fair grounds just west of town
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CANDY CATHARTIC
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Call oB W G s Hardwick
Hartford Ky for
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7 INSURANCE
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t Of all < klndiFIre Accident Life
4and Health Beet oomptnire Ab >
inlute protection Ofllba ia the
Otito County Dank
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UHB loLEiiKAntH SWANS DOWN
IURR
Mr r W K Townsend of Cobden I I
IlliLO in Iho finest of IJIH dunaliltr i I
Mr 1J M rlu
E
Mr nnd Mri > 0 E Morrison spent Int I
wpck with their i nnita at flayntfvlUu
and Hcynclds H < ntlon I
1
II IJ CollitiB will sell von GroscrieH
at the lnwipt pl Rilile cash priceH Viait I
him In the Onflln block 1
Mrc F M Hiynoldrt and sic ut I
litrlriiu 01 Hiynolds Station urn tbi I >
III0IIs 01 Mr and Mro O E Iorrlluu I 1
1I I
8mlli > ox suit nieHfdiD are all around I
op Our Hickncw Policies cover bet b
diffBees and 13 othlrBt t
G n I LIKENS Af > Ctt
It T Her tUeHirl ford uddlr I Ins I
the mOlt complolo line ol Hurntep Sac I
diva unit Bridles at the most reasonable I
prices i
Mr and Mrr lames Huwc who bay o I
been spending the holidays lu Lietcli l 1
field tbo guests of relatives returned
home Sunday I
H B Oolllna a ks bin friends of th o
country to rail at his Grocery when in i
Hartford and not tbelr anppllea very
cheap for cash
I
Tile Ice men of this section reared aI I
nice harvest Ibo first of tho week Qaitu
a quantity of thin hot weather comfo I tto t
was stored away
Wo do not moon for you to buy SIS
or 830 worth at once but got your tick t
et and every time you spend SI 1 not t
your ticket punohod OAHSON Co
Otd 0 M Burnett bus bonebt tbe
residence property lately occupied by
Mr G T WtBteifleld und will occupy
the same when spring come
R T Her ban moved his saddle rv
hop into tbe J E FOIl 0 block and will f
bo pleased to see his cad friends wbo
play need any thing in Ills lino
Tbo portion of scripture for study at i t
the Mrtuoditt prayormoetlnR tn nIR lit
ia the Sd chapter of St Matthew Every
body invited Come cud bring your
yourDlbll
DlbllThere
There is very little profit in Groceries
proUtdou
down Bllll lowpr at his now jroory r
store in tbo Griffin block corner across
from file post offioo Call and bo con
vinced
0
The Ohio County Bank baa just fin
iabed tile moat prosperous year of i its
existence and is in a most thriving
condition Beo its statement in an
other column
B B Collins baa opened ont a gene
al line of Groceries on the corner in the +
Griffin block and invites you when i 1
needing supplies of this kind to plvo I
him u oellI 1
All kinds of leather goods have adI
vanced in price but It T Iler t 10I I
harness maker IN still selling his Bad 11 I f i
die Harness cud Bridles at tho tamo
low prices
I
The dwelling occupied by Mrs Ki I
ley at Roiino and owned by Mr D D ot
Hooker was burned Sunday Mot ft
the contents wpro saved LOBS on hoe fa
about S3GO No influence I
The realdoDoa of Mrs L L Tajlor
Tey1living wna
burned Saturday at noon The lose
WAS almost total with no insurance A
detective fine was Ibe Cannes
Meaerp Bnrcb Shield Select P B
Tltylflr HmsllbrmseJ iim Miller cc d
Ed OldtemBeeverDam J W Brow P
O p Brown and E P Brown Of n
tori own F 0 Bennett Beds and 0
L Field South Carrollton wereama
Carlol1lonLereamouK
those who remembered us Monday
r
Mr Jobn J Munroo Sr Ono of DI
Ohio aoiiLtjs most tciptctrtd citizen 111
dut Hi rppldenco near Horton laM
HiluHKi Ills romalLH Welu Ibtrrcd is1 I
the Botbtl l burying grounds HandayIt
It
Send out dollar to the Ftankfort
Dally Stern Democrat and get that vi
paper during the entire session Full II
proceeding imMltbcd each day and
rnrticulflrs regarding the contests for It
Stele ofllceo U4 tI
If von need any Enlarging done luIt
Ittho
advance p ya for tbo beet 10x20 Portrait w
that money can buy in a oleo framo
wotk guaranteed at ScbKolers b
Floating Studio Telephone numbor13 0
ITbo Ohio county Fiscal Court Is in 0
session this week with tho following I
1MIIler
1MIIlermembers n
members present Judge J P Miller n
County Attorney M L Hiavrin Jus
tloeaW A Hone D F Grave TJA
Evan J B Filzhugb and H B lRt t
torThe
The Ohio county board of supervis D
composed of tho following named t
enntlcmon Mcisrc J E MagnnT JD
WallsoeClieil Wedding W M Adding
and Warren Taylor are in entries
and they will likely bopngagcd several
days II l
Mr TlionittB J Keown and Vise Liz a D
Hmitli wero married ut the residence of
r James Axton at Horse Branch t
last Thursday llnn nlH 28 The m
groom ia 67 years ° 161e and firsti i U bis r
second marriage fC
late of the bride who 11M Boon 72 sum C
mare
mareFrom Januaary let 1000 until April I e
1000 wo will givo freo ono good
Oak Hooker with every 8JO cash pur b 1
chase and one good Oak Dining Chair n
with every 8f > cash purchase Wo do I 1
not let anyone undersell ns and wllb I r
this indnoinout it certainly will be tb t
our advantage to trade with Carson I t
CoP I
THE HERALD added exactly ITS names 1 Ito
its Mit oriptinti list during the year I
ISIIII No solicitation was rinse outside I II
the fffico ur town and nearly every t
ono of these persona came or sent in t
voluntarily and subscribed for Tim
HKKALD Twilvo have come insinceonr
last issue TUP HERALD has not en
gaged In sun gilt enterprieo nor boom I
editiorp and the above list represents M B
plnln steady growth which speaks for c
itself of the worth of f the paper I in I 1
the eyes of tho people
c
A mont distressing accident happened I
n the vicinity of West Providence I
about 3 miles from Ruckpoit last Satur I
day morning at the residence of Mr
Louis Burton Mrs Burton had gone c
out of the residence on an errand and 1 I
left her mRLbmoulhe old baby in a lit I
tie oliaii near the fire with anotberchild 1 I I
little older as an attendant Boon I
after she left the bourn she beard tbo I
children crying bnt did not apprehend I I
any serious trouble Upon returning t I
shnitly afterwards she found that her t
help had fallen willHta head in Ibo fire 1
and was frightfully burned The older
child was aim bnrned in trvinir to tee
cue the other but not ao badly The I
bnbvcnfldrod greatly all day and died 1
at eight oclock Saturday night
Considerable interest seems to beI I
manifested in telephone matters in and
around Hartford occasioned by tho I
Cumberland Telephone Co putting Its I
its lines aud an exchange here in op
potiliou to the homo company OP11 I
citizens do not think kindly of th o 1
Cumberland folks iu coming hero un 1
der tam pretext circumstances as it i 1 1
would seem that their solo intention is i 1
to run out homo company ont and get I
a monopoly of the business here wblob
was established by the Hartford com t I J
parry after the Cumberland folks deI
clined to put in an exchange here Tt o
flattford comprtuv known aa tbo Nickel l
Plate Telephone System baa a splendid
exchange here nod perfectly working
lines lo almost ell the towns in this conn I
ty and to point in adjoining oonntiec
including Owonsboro and is giving tho
bent of futcfiiotiuu both in rate R
and feivice People who expect this
chrap and good service to continue
should Eland by the home company
tJrho following rnarriHce license have
beau indued tiincn December 20s J B I
Boone t 1 Coca Mugan 1n L Taylor to
Ililtlo Q 10 lor u B Royal tit n
Fliin Kmg E 1 belt Kiriley to t Elsie
Hriiiit t Lund Oiler lo Liutd Tnokor
Edwmil IIII x III E la I Swart J E
Everlimj to Jmunii lane John W
Titdorti MtltiH J Lecoh Frank 0 I
01I I
Brooks to I Wurtba Sander Gilbert O
Dotonu tl I Bertvro Bennett Alva TJ I
Felix tI Annie G Wilson It D HeAd
to Hullie ODell F M 0 OIlman to
Oma Smith W M Benson to no
icyDxviA John H Maddox to Ollio M 1
Render Robt R Callnwav to Pedio
Roltorsnn J W Taylor to Erca Austin I
J N nolT to Mann Smirk Thomas j r
Koown to Lice Smith E H Morlson
to Tina Harrison William Boono to 1
Lissio D Wilson O T Funk to Emma
Hundley Ira Millar to Luella Brown i
S A Aabbv to Nellie Tlohenor T 0 j
Horey to Flora Arbnokle
yG A R Meeting
Proton Morton Post No 4 will i in
still their officers on SalurdayJannary
Oh 1000 Every comrade is expected
to be present The old comrades in
town will prepare a lunch on this re
casino fur tho victors to have the old
time poffcim Inked brans and bucon
rracklin bread hot ccffe elo
ONE OF TUG COFFEE COOLERS
Health for ten cents Cuecartta mako
the hotels uud kidnuys act baturally
destroy microbes euro baaduoebilion8
nets and constipation All druJlhts tf
vUNION KYusRALaJ
Special to TUB HKXALD I
Jun 111r John W Taylor and
Miss Evelunu Austin were married at
till home of Ibo bride Thursday D 0
tllemlit
hcartlyMr
very1f
Bids for tho putt week is tome bettor
Mien Lalitia Ilod o in visiting her
IIelter Mrs Bone of Dale Iud
lIt11r Tom Bbnltz ia visiting Mr Ariel
altPlowmen
BBlAss E htil Hammonnof near Horton
is isitiug friendd and rtlativea in tbla
neigbtorhoodMIH
Miss Qma Smith of Liberty Is the
guest of Mils Zilpu Smith
Mr Elmer Barnard visited his eiete rr
Mrs A 0 Stevens and Miss CotLe lie
Durnard Bundayi i
BurnardSundayMies
Mies Mamie Stevens of Goshon is
the guest of Miss Veruu Stevens
putIe
week with his grandmother Mrs
Steven
StevenMlssts
0MlpBt8 Sophia and Magiilo Davideon
und Ollie Hooker have returned to
their homes
School at this place 1 will close next
Friday
SELECT KY
ISELECT
ISprcUllo7nsltsALOJD
bascf
been visiting at Rochester Duller con n
ty for the last few late
file mill at this plaoo baa again I
changed hands Mcmr Wilson and
Morns now have ohargo of it
Prof H O Fit Ids will close blsecllool
at this place this week
Prof T 0 Hosey will tmob t a spring
fohuil at this place
placeMr
havoIJ
ellortd
time am moving back to Butler county
tfoO N Cox who has been very
oODvaleiO I
cent
centMr Orlando Cox and wife of Small
lions Ky visited friends and relatives
nr z ra v
near bora recently returning to theft
home the 21st nit
Mctbinka I bear wedding bells rlnltj 1
ing 011
ingProf H E Taylor Beaver Dam was nt
atIn
Mr John Sanders of St Louie Mo 1
visited bill parents near hero daring tbo of
1I01ldlYPto
olidaysin
Mr Wilkerson and family have ing
moved into our midst Wo extend to I
them n welcome dian
Mr John W Ktown anticipates sass
moving to Missouri in the near future will
Mr Emmorson Rogers Cromwell eta
was In our town one day last week
Mr Bonj P Rafferty died at his J
homo near hero this morning at three tbo I
oclock Ho was a good substantial to I
oltlzen well loved and respected He Rr i
leaves a wife and several children to I no
mourn bis loss
Mr Ellis OBannon visited friends in U
Grayson county last weekf f
Several citizens of onroommnnity at 1808
tended Fiscal Court at Hartford tudaytic
tlon
ticBocoeBs
Success to Goebel and the
Democratic ticket in this contest for an
their office They will succeed if fair
ness is meted out to them K
Khe
A Christmas KillingL
Bark took tbo L
Dan Mike and Andrew
life of J P MoCarver Christmas after
noon about four oclock on the farm of
Mr Mike Tieruey which la aitnated c on fret
tup Foidsvillo road about fonr or live
miles from this city says the Breckin
ridge News bur
lan and Mlko are tbo sons of Mr will
Cornelius Dork and Androw tea eon of ice
Mr Jerry Burk
ITile particulars aro aa follows as gath
ered by a News reporter
Dan Mike and Androw Dork hadda
beou in this oily Christmas day and left day
little after the noon hour pretty well w
filled with holiday booze Wben
reaching the store which was conducted
by mid McCarver on Tierneya farm
they alighted from their horses soil
presumably went in to make purchase N
It ia alleged tbe Dark boys became too trot
lolsterons while in MoOarvera store
and he immediately ordered them from
the taro At this request they became the
tolT ndtd and instantly bean to shoot
McCarver was behind his counter and
Dai nod Mike began to flro their gone is
while Andrew began to stab the old gen
leman with a knife They shot him tbo
aomo five or six times while Andrew
cnt him seven or eight times severely
McCarver salt survived a few moments
pMcCarver is D total stranger in this
county claiming to have come from day
THUS Ho was in bad health and was al
in his 70th year He carried a small a
strck of good selling principally older K
snr coffee and otber articles nsnally
carried in a country store th
The Durk boys are young men com
log from excellent parentage but whenf
1urdlr the influence of liquor they have of f
Ibo repntatlon of being ready to fightth
the
bo quarrelsome and wben engaged In an
encnnnter they have not forethought of
the results There were no outsiders
who saw the fight The coroners in
qnest returned a verdict of + enllly1
The next t day it IB said ibo Dnrk boys p
rape themselves up to the officers of
Hancock county
m
Get all You Can for Your Money
The United Slates Life Insurance
Company combines age with success
and experience It has a guaranteed
capital and pays all death claims
promptly It issues tho finest contract th
sort offered to the public la in plain th
boll type and Is absolutely nndlsputa at
ble atar ono year from date of IFSUP
provided premiums aro paid Its oral the
its aro divided among policyholder Ju
It Is time tricd Apply for a policy
policyJ
YES tistrno
Folays Honey and Tar
m Is tile best Cough Medicine
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List t of Letters
Remaining in the PostOffloo at HartC
ford Ky which if not called for in 80 C
80e
Office at Washington DO
V11e
Mr Sieve Kill Mr John Cook
Mr Campiwll Johnson Mr r L Clldun a
Mr Jamra Mlie Samuel Ilal 1 wlI
Mrs Jennie lleunett Mr Lee Warden
Mrs Mary 11111 Mrs Mary Hoover
Mrs Uenev llenuelt Rev 1111 Cotter
MeursRoachStoKnerMlu K Williams
Miss Annie Sullenger Eider C A ntowua
Persona calling for any of the above
letters will please say that they Raw thorn
advertised WooDnunvTiNsiOT PM
31Money Cost of the War
Denver Iost
Twenty years ago with no war ono
our hand tho expenditures of the war
establishment amounted to 833000000
this year with au unauthorized war oi i
conquest being conducted they amount
tj 330000000 and every cent of this
enormous amount baa to be prodnoed
by the laboring masses of this country
0Tills is an argument against a war of i
conquest and against a large standing
army as unanswerable as the figures
themselves
STATEMENT OF
OHIO 0 II COUNT BANK I
At the Close of Business Decem
ber 30th 1899
RKSOURCKS
Loans and Discounts f4l539J3
5392ke 6a
Overdrafts Secured 3056 64
Overdrafts Unsecured S939
Due from National Banks I36oo53
13600S3tf
Stocks and Bonds 131066
Cash on Hand loJJJJJ
Debt In Suit tooo
Furniture and Futures MOM
tIAuIIITlItS74eS8
0LIADILI7IES
Capital Stock J 1000000
Due Depositors 6310513
ryCerllfled Checks 100000
Undivided Profit 4370
Quarterly Dividend 60000
74848 98
8 K COX IRK lIPRNr
JCDuaryD
coulrlyble
1 My commission expires Jan 10 I9or1
mn 0
Sba tiein eo1j
OP TIIB CONDITION
OFt TUK
Bank of Hartford
At the Close of BUsiness Decem
ber 30th 1890
RESOURCES
Hills Discounted 9100 j6
Overdrafts Secure340000
Overdrafts Unsecured 31681
Due from Banks Si8joa6
lIaS740as
Checks for Remittance 9031
Banking House and Lot 300000
Other Kea < KsUte 313S
Furniture end Futures 100000
Current Hipenies 260148
Debts In bull I t59aBS
16571653
sLtAmltTtES
Capital Block f 40ccoco
OJUudhll1ed Profits 410348
Surplus LOT
91VO
Time Certificate of Deposit 32S6107
Dividend Uupald S 00
53r4 I I
rvJOliN C KiltiV Cashier
8Subcrlbed aud sworn lo before me by J C
Riley Cashier this January > 1900
IIRiley JOHN T MOOIB NI Ohio County
My commission expires Jan 29 1900
0
THE LATEST NEWS
W T Aull Deputy County Court
Clerk of Da vi tm county died Saturday
Owoneboro of c
smallpox
William Ji MoNcal an aged farmer I
Laurel county Ky was found frozen
loath Dour bin tiomu Butnrday morn
ingtimallpox
timallpox Duong the Indiana in Indian
Territory and South Dakota hast
asnunud a serious pacer and Congress t
bo asked to npproirlatu SAOOOO to
stamp out tbo epidemicg
lion D A Enloe who was editor of d
e Louisville Dispatch until it sold out g
gto I
crees in bis old Tennessee district which
represented for eight years
Tbo total gold production in Ibo
United States during tile calendar year
1800 wan 70004170 an increase over
of 80280070 The silver prodno
for the same period was 874434 COO
increase of 4040311
Two years ago llobeit SIoBer of
Kuoxvllie bad 880000 worth of earns
stolen from him On Christmas day
received an rxptcea package from
Lexington containing tbem and ac
Merry Christmas card
River men at Louisville anticipate a
zonp and are pelting steamboats
into safe quarter Navigation in ens
pooled between Louisville and Pitts
burg and the packets for Evansville
lay up until tbo river is clear of
icel
Emily Blake white a domestic who l
murdered her mistress nt Brandon
Manitoba was banned theta Wednes
y 8bo was only 22 rears old bat
walked firmly to the scaffold without 88I I
ittance and was the coolest of tbe
putty
The Panama Canal Company of
America was incorporated at Trenton
J lest l week with an authorized cap
of 830000000 Ill purpose IB to ac
quire by purchase tbo canal of the old
French Panama Company and complete
work
Tbe battleship Massachusetts will It
understood loon co out of commia
lon and will famish a crew for either
battleship Kentucky or tbo battle
ship Kearsargo rue Kentucky will
probably be placed in commission in
February
Judge John K HaUell died on Tues
of last week at Fort Worth Texas
aged seveutytbrue years no was twice
member of Congress from the Third I
Kentucky district but left the Spat e
twelve yours ago moving to Kansas and I
thence to Texan
Mrs Frances Beanobamp president t I
file Kentucky W U1 llsays on 1
antlOigarette bill will be presented to
e coming Legislature and every el
fort will bo made to pass it The bill I
will ooufotm to Ibo Tountsco law on
that subject which bus reoeLtly bet n
hall constitutional
At Qwensboro Saturday the jury in 1
prosecution against Hugh and Lncicn I
Arnold for the murder of Luther Rob
ineon returned a vrrdjot of vc lantary
manslaughter and fixed their puuleb
mont ut the highest limit for munilangh
tertwentyone years each in tile pest
tentiary Tile jury wee not out an hour
The Stats Board of lection Commie
sioners have asked an junction against
Ibo two Taylor appointed to restrain
hem from attempting Ip discharge any
tbe duties of flection Onmmiseioners
and from In any way interring with
board In the trial of contests
Judge Prvnr IB l one of the attorneys for
ibo i > tint ff +
HORSE BRANCH KY
Special to TilE HERALD I
Jun Ilbere are several cases of I
pneumonia in this community
Mrs Ida Miller who was very sick nt
tbe some oilier sister Mrs Qmu
Christian hoe been removed to ber
borne and is doing well
Lust Friday the Onuuahoro train
backed down on a team belonging to
Mr Hollin Morris killing one horse
and severely injuring the other Tbe
wagon waR completely wricked Ar
rangements for 10 tHug and undo tdint
oars arc very inconvenient here as they
are Mtnited now mid it ia boped batter
arrangement will bt made
From early mora till noon on Thurs
dor nil road leading into fore
Branch were Hoed with smiling faces U I
all riding driving and walking into I
town to attend the wedding of Aunt t
Liza Smith and Uncle Tom Keown
Tbo attendance was so large that no
nobonlln
and it wan necessary to perDim the
ceremony In Ibo door so as to bo seen
by those on outside as well as by those
In the bouse The brldo and the groom
wore hillbly pleased with Ibis demon
stration of their friends and neighbors
and count it one of the bright places in
their long but eventful live The
brldo is seventytwo years old elite
tbo groom claims lo have son only
sixtypoven summers and part of a win
ter The bappy couple remained file
guests of Mr J T Axton until Satur
day when they loft for the borne of the
groom followed by ibo good wishes of
all
Notice
Anyone contemplating building n
lawn tacos would do well to call on or
address Mr John 8 Mosoley Hartford
MoeelovlHartford
Kv who represents Ibo Williams wire
fence lie pots up any kind of fence
from the phlnptt to the finest at prices
to wit tilt times Farm rights for
sale tf
0 0
For Sale
Two farms For further particulars
oollouornddrcep J P BANDFiiFcn
am Hartford Jay
TlATmeilD IlEllAtD iced LfUifvlllo
Evening Pest one year for SJ75 six
months 8175
Distressing Accident
IJAnurDflnuno Kr Dec 300har
leI Yocnm while loading a shotgun ot
liis residence ten milen north of here
yesterday ccidonMly shot and killed
Ills wift > Yocnm is almost distracted
over tun fad occurrence Mrs Yoonm
was thtltr tao years of ace and leaves 1
three email children
Have You
Hearel
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You may have heard
about SCOTTS EMULSION
and have a vague notion
1that it is codliver oil with
its bad taste and smell and
features
tures it is codliver oil the
purest and the best in the
world but made so palataI
everybodys I
can take It Nearly all
children like it and ask allI I
moreI I
SCOTTSI
EMULSIONY I
looks like cream it nour
ishes the wasted body of
the baby child or adult
better than cream or an
other food in existence It
bears about the same rela I
tion to other emulsions thatI
I
cream does to milk If you
have had any experience I
with other socalled just as I I
good preparations youI I
will find that this is f a fact
The hypophojphltes that factI J I
combined with the cod liver oili
i
give additional value to it became
they tone up the nervous system
and impart strength to the whole
body It
Sac ind 100 ill dniggtiti
SCOTT c BOWNE ChemUti New York
Hartfords New Grocery rI rK r I
I wish to notify the public that I have opened up
a new Grocery Storo in Hartford in tho Griffin
block corner opposite the postoflice and will carry
a general stock of all goods in my line I am going
to give the people some revolutionary prices on
groceries and I ask a share of their trade on a cash
basis All my goods are fresh from the market and
of tho best quality I ask my friends of the coun
try to remember me when in Hartford and make
my store their headquarters I will treat you right
6aand sell you goods at right prices I will surely
make it profitable for you to trade with mo All
Groceries sold in Hartford delivered free of charge
Yours for trade
B B s COLLINS a
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CLOTHING I
The Best for the
Least Money
You MUST wear Clothes
The Law compols you to Na
tutus ordinances and mans
decrees insist upon tho ob
servance of this rule
The Question PuleIs
Where can tho best bo had 1
for tho least money Whore
can you find GOOD Clothing
at RIGHT prices
G T Westerfield
Tho general merchant of Hart
ford solves tho problem liko
Alexander tho Groat ho cuts
the price in half as tho great
General slashed tho Gordian t
Knot Call and bo convinc
ed Foglo it Cos old stand
1
Carson Co 1
The Icadora in Dry Goods Notions Clothing and
Furniture will continuo to give Chairs to their
costumers for tho next ninety days on cash pur
chases only On account of an advance in Furni
ture wo will change the ticket from 15 to 20 for
tho same Rocker and will also have a 15 ticket and
Will Qrtfe You 1
All Osfo Birjiqg Gl1qil E
That matches the Rocker You can have your
choice Should you not want to buy enough to
get tho Rocker by buying 15 you can have the
Dining Chair Wo think perhaps wo may continue to
give away Chairs throughout the entire year Should
we do this it will bo a great opportunity for you to
Ftiiqisti Yob i
tforqe Wil i Gails 171eel
We have lots of goods that wo are going to sell at
about half pricemens and boys Overcoats ladies
and childrona Jackets and Capes Millinery Goods
Notions and Furnishing Goods for tho ladies
and gentlemen
Wl1Y Do
You Slti el
Because tho temperature is not tempered to tho
shorn Coattho old one with tho warmth all frozen
out of the wool You need live wool to keep your
circulation lively Carson Co have a line of
IUlste1s
ilAllel O7etcCots
I1hnt are Bloodwarmers and HeartR 1 dicers
Prices 600 to 1250 Merely nominal you
see but full of warmth
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MRS ALICU COFFMAN D O KlrkiVllle Ell ourl Hour 9 to 13 am 130 to 4 pm
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no iurgical operation and claim nothing supernatural
Osteopathy view man at a machine of so many parts Its keynote Is adjustment When all parts
are properly adjusted and not overworked health I la the result
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Goitre Heart Liver and Lung Diseases Constipation Piles Gall Stones Enlarged Prostrate all
Stomach and lalullaal trouble Diseue of bone and Joints Hplaat Curvature DIlocatloa
Stiff Joints Faralyils Incontinence of Urine Locomotor Ataxia Female Ulsease a specially
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SILVERWARE SILVER NOVEL
TIES JEWELRY DIAMOND
RINGS OPTICAL GOODS ETC
Is now ready and will be sent free on application
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