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IxBlnil- u i A a I J fnlIlfi1f- 3i lJ- J j FvV k PftLIIARIPJRD1iiidl3LIti orncit OBM or IK pun IK TIE FIOL1f CONItE8 lO1t1601S1a1CI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1 1901 EDWARD VII 1 ENGLANDS NEW KING1- h J l r I The Kind ofMan Who Comes to the Throne of Great Britain After Many Years of Waiting His Gracious and Noble Queen Alexandra Some Facts Abo- utjtbe NeHeir Apparent v L Edward VII the new king of England and emperor of India lelo bla six llclti year He la well preserved of av rraip bright 3f portly build florid as to complexion and of an even placid temperament InthQYlshadow efaLiiltieeulhe bat lived aa almost u llfc bile wnltlnk for the scepter and royal rub his line had Jlttlo chance to show what klugly tiiit tie waa In turn The world knows him only aa a Jolly prlnio Wbb hula done hothlng very good nor any relit evil Perhaps the most notable future of his life thus tar has been b9 fondness for sports lIe has raced burses soaped yachts shot Mats piajixl cariU nnd gdmbled more or lest Avlth luoro or less discretion II1might have ccmeto the throne ali kingsrwhen bo ascended tbe Uiroie be would use his second nAme Edward and be known as King Edward VH In prefer bticdth Ring Albert 1 The English eople bavc alwayi looked forward to him as King Edward VII life eldest son the Duke of York sown becomes the Prlbce of Wales by biwfntietza accession to the throne bas alfp an Edward In baa long list of ninnies and his eldest eon who will be king of England some day If be lives luialJO an Edward Id lib name It himelf revive the line of kingly Edwards nod In time they would exceed In number the Uenrya who bare eat upon the English throne It was long tbe fond hope of Victo rias heart that her son should reign aatueofhisEngilshchitprince hfnHjClf IrxjrndioTie called Kd trhg qvirciis mnli h rs and tb quptuiisubjecis desired ltw nt last the mother BO fond of her own way In efrythlfFw jhat It were better to But ehols reported to have shed trnrPTcr its ItAvas ot the rnorning of tbe Otb of November 1W1 tljat An nnxlqu group of pcrtfdnaKP8 waited In the great rg9nu of IJncklpshniD palace They statewhdbudlitvnpummonec prescptatthethrone Of Knglaiul Theygatberetl lo gctbtR In the anteroom close the jjueens bed chamber Alileng them Irm1td1nmembersbrtbecabinet bladeabtlje b1dieAemlllagettttalieatbe t rewarded Ilt a boyr noxlbiwly naked the Duke of Wellington of the nurse Ittoa prince your grace ohswered 1t1tthe boi nn4 wlsbefof a nation had tjeeq bOrnrtbtiIIaMotfier with uncontrolled efusly vC hnon 1tk nt ibpi4I red tho 1ts t log te Th6nsandspficVVcb polplft okupthA IiIpl1UrJlp1U oJ ed oast thtf lInDo an 1IQn Ea rliIttIlorjn 1Jje p 1vyeomncD P1etl tej t nHDatSfe1v weeks later ontbooceanloni otthe pences baptism In tbo Royal- chnjel OfWladaoi keas shown from jft baeertoa bug croytl ofpersoni i j ii r i who went wild with delight The boyhood of the prince was un eventful ills early education was conducted at home under the tutelage of tbe Bcv IT it Blrcb rector of Prestwlcb Mr Glhbs barrister at towj lFT rvr aad Mr UW JoIiMr aaetenSat Edinburgh and later entered Cheat chbrcb Oxford Hero be attended pub lie lectures for a year and afterward resided for three or tour terms at Trin ity college Cambridge for tbe same purpose Ills earliest appearance In a leading part on any public occasion was In IWtH at the laying of the foundation stone of the Lambeth School of Art at Vnux ball After the death of his fattier In December 1831 be naturally became the most desirable functionary at all ceremonies In which beneficent or cbai liable undertakings were to be rccog nltvd by royal approval I Thta work lien everslnce occupied a large share of his time and tine always beta per formed with dignity tact and paJleaea Indeed no prince of any co wtry has I ever pirsonally exerted blMefM ro falthf plly to render services et Ib4 sort to the community The mwtlfllclty beImake a surprising list and necessarily Involved a aacrincc of ease and leisure which few men of high rank would f carp to umko Among the members of the royal family the rrlnce of Wales has been called tkrtle from bin childhood Ills father called him by that name bU mother entered If In her dally diary long after be had grown to manhood i and become tile fatter of a large tam ply him wife calls him Dertle today lint wee be to any outsider however Intimate who dares address the prince by that unmet An adoring British aristocracy baa applied all sorts of names to thE popu lar heir apparent which have been taken up by many Americans who have met him and u great many more whd have not Some of these pet names have not been altogether dig allied or even respectful such as tumtura Dut the prince tuna put up with them flit good aaturedly nut Beetle was for the family alone The Prlnwrs of Waleaf wedding ring to set rubyturquoise a The Initials of tbeso six Klwspell Bertie It was tbe prln J rJn tho prince phid a wixtlr to Canada the United EverywherelaN1 as received with boundless enthusiasm lie danc rd ala liflll rclllo bin honor atgsh clngtoa vheio ho was cordially Wei conuJ by President Uuchanun Thu United States Indeed was pre pared to receive him with open arms At Hamilton the last place In Canada xvbcro ho mada a baIt ha bad spoken r come kindly words which awoke gen ernl approval here I eqtatleottlieIn a private rapacity 1 out about too visit before my return homo that rep CASTORIAror lEfant and OhlUrea Tip IMY NaYi Always lln IJof- IAaeaYoar Boweii WMti teaaantw ferevea1eotao r i i IV F i IrIt1traorcllBal1 101dudlul fwhoThe question was settled la time early I part of I8C3 when We engagement WM announced to Prince Alexandra the f eldest daughter of the king of Den mark She was three years younger than the prince and though comparai lively poor wee beautiful and accom played The marriage wits celebrated In St Georces chapel Windsor cattle on March 10 1863 All England rejoiced over the event Tennyson who had Jut been wade pe et laureate wrote one of tilt floe poem A Welcome to Alexandra on this occasion The princess won made bah self Yet popular with all cbuea et the British public not only by ber outward grace of manner but alto by lice virtues and amiability The prince himself bas always shared In this pop ularity although the sterner puritan lam of his potential subjects has often been shocked by stories of Ills dllpa thou Aa a social factor ID England the prince has always been supreme Ward McAllister called him the great social dictator It was largely through lit Influence that many Americans M lea whom he baa always liked bare received their entree Into the laser circles of the British aristocracy Nee ertbciesa the social and fasbloaable aide of his life tuna been more of a duty than a pleasure to bias De baa always been most content when surrounded a circle of his old friend at ble palace la SatJdrlughdrn a small village la the I county of Norfolk There he has lived the life of aa Kngllth country wan ICDtJe1 hkk1tkeitothNt fever and for some week hug be tween life ftUJ death The anxiety ef the pabllc xra Intense and the news of his rccovuy was greeted with great joy On his Drat appearance In public to take part In the memorable thanksgiving service Jn 8t Pauls cathedral on Feb 27 1872 the streets along the line of bla route were crowded with a cheering multitude Since then the prince baa been put ting In several years of quiet work tall lag a greet dcalof thQrtsponaibilitythst- attaches to sovereignty off his mothers hands lie visited India end Ireland engaged In solidifying the empire lIe started Intercolonial and International exhibitions He encouraged and liber ally subscribed to public charities He has been a liberal patron of art and of tbe drama It h Impossible to overes timate hll power as a uncial factor He has dictated fashions and dominated innnncru On him tell the tall rcapoa lbllltyrof bi arengrmssWe for the CClfblf otilBs ulothrnlice w- fii ILeai ktrN1887It U lmpjsjHt er toe ryButton two notable things ef tcentywratit has carat caudal and the datb of Athe princes eldest eon and blsJlelrlho Duke of Clarence Time card scwdtl came up In the winter of 1SQO Wile I the prince WaR ylsltlnff Mrs ASfhtir I Wilson at Tranby Croft Sir tam Gordon Cumming a cavalry Om totgood family was charged with cueat hug It was nald that be Increased Ills tnke after seeing that the cards tveroI In tin favor It was a famous the prince was a witness and Sir VU lIam GordonGumming lost Hetrled the daughter of an AmerUaaAitt o Ilonalrc Msa Garner of New Y8fkitretired Into private life 1 pITwo years later the DUkeetcar coca tell n victim to the grip It tae n great blow to both the prince and J iprlneese a bereavement from they have never fully recovered Aftitr I time funeral the prince retired to ttff deepest privacy It was many months a before ho could take up his public duo I ties Of late yeara Marlborough House ball become tho center of the princes eecI land official life lsttudywbe none 1 but bis Intimated is admitted looks like the room of a hardworking man of business He works at noldtuhoI loned pedestal desk table Thedshuts with a springend can be opened only with a golden key which the prince carries on his watch chain Rv ery hour of his day la mapped out toy him First cornea his private corre epondcnce which laver large Frogs 10 till 11 each morning is spent IB talk Ing over and dictating replies to letters that have been sorted over by bk aee retary The remainder of bla 4y is governed by his appointment took large1Vhenhour bo enjoyava newnovel that he baa picked from tbbo6ktall himself No Iolllleajtltrty baa ever been able to rightly claim the Prince of Wales as ea reat or vw as ap active sympathizer tie buail1l iHanaged 1okgep cpconspleuoualycl of party or acctloaat tnt tswd atlll remain an HffKreslve lIt ll1inlo 1 la 1888 tie late king otlWedelllDI- t lteetAlbe lBdward Into she myate ties of Freemasonry Hl fatlwr liad refused tp aaioetaia hlMMC ititther- att but the prteee baakweWf r J- f w o hl I d r bt 0 i w own In isle be was elected grandmaster of England Atone Freemason dinner when the prince presided the list or MbrrlfrteM reached the nOr moue sum of I9MOOO the largest amount over raked at a festival dinner la the Watery of the world Americas 1iWtlle new king as a game irta began that ca reer early Wfeea he waa only ID yean old accettpaajriaffhla father on deerstalking expe4tll M ha was the best abet la his famity Iii manhood the royal clors p ir4e gold land scarlet sleeves and Mack Velvet cap with gold frlegobavp beca a familiar sight on all British raw costae of the Sat chew Iii name bMotaMIteed In lltt of winning owners lie II generally agreed tOHa capital Judge of a ketae Ills greatest trlm ph Will the whining of the Derby hy Persimmon In IBM During the past few sling Ed ward VII baa lie Me a been eeea follow tag the houMs bet to the game season be a foremast te big Mooting parties Aa n yacbtswaa he basbeen particular ly fortunate He La tbe owner of many splendid prhtee- Whl i no ens eats cosQdentty say what polltleal tHRift the advent of the new king wHJ kelBdltl poe M le tbat bta tale way materially at feet the wmrae ef Brlthb politicsIt la known that be 6ss always had liberal leanings He detested Beacoasfleld he felt a waraa athatratlea for Glad stone His most itthu t friend among the leading pefctWaM of England II Itosebery It M already predicted that the new king wtM work for Kotebcry for the pre terfblf 11for the new queen of England she a daoghter rf the north who at 6fl aptendldI tacUftB PrlBflt of WttM 88 y aw rjiA verj rewaatlc story k told ef how the Prlscm ef Denmark became the wife of IriBce Albert Ed ward M Waled The prince chanced to be wbjHhig away part of a tong sum mar aftenaoa with two or three congenial friends when one of them a colonel produced from hla poc- letaplteltCftltk1The prince Immediately beeame sImpllcityofYthe sUkaherame peacaoreflt lvery skeet thaw bo Mast ii eonMetI eniltMtry tdr 11 carry Me salt to Ihel emissary was struck by tile of the reyal personages bm pwrtletihn- ly by the grandeur nail beauty of limo young princess Because of her simple homo ltraining the princess was best fltted far the pomp and honor of her tatloaVShc In a brilliant woman strictly Jonnervallve of commandlug presencgastatureI1crcharacter once strong and sweet end Nbe sbowa a kindly consld eratlonfer all who approach her Aa a Mother she Is Ideal Her children were reared and educated as be fits their station and their discipline to a matter of comment In England She to a thoroughly imctleal woman fond of the peat literature and an accom plished muilclaD An Intimate friend of the PrlnceM of Waleafer only an Intimate friend can bo pardesed 111 so describing her aaya that she to sweet noble pretty sneer py flBland disagreeable Her temper to quick disagreeable and un certain Yet withal thtofrlcnd adtla tbat she to Just the meat losable wo man In the world Queen Victoria during her long rein hH shown herself to be mom a man tMO a woman Her conduct la time of trouble hn been calm and s renE and In time of peace she has die played the stolidity so admired by ling llsbmcn Queen Alexandra on the other hand to always w6mau Excitable At times fervent pathetic variable and womanly Always The strongest feature displayed by Vbe newijueen of Hnglahd leprclique Nev one ever knew Vcterl te bavo SB Intl eto frleud VVM Zdarg AtbanI wank tat length hart Queen Alexanr withtAtonetime she tovedj lady Brooke bet her loyecV1ads not her sheaud Lady Baridolp Cb I were nsc- parablHue Jieyer Without the ot t at le she toot Lady Craven laalstcd hunt Sli Iwcouic ou 0 r honor It to otlllt rbntthe nfw queen taPli t rode eeesory but In every Perynra AlexanJ tad for taste tion WadabfQinadmirable exam sirs li not wan Is ono ec Queen V tnlera lQ lawlvbo Caloi g with her s hold found lltti i rigid teas of th Ira t e abideutbt1lalaw a Qaeea uk the Prla one of and t nuc IIbJcouldnew king lea man who has sown Ids wild oats with a princely and lavfxb head lie has however settled down aad become a man of family and dig nity Ueorge Frederick Ernest Albert the second and cldeat surviving son of tie new King Edward VII has long been known as the Duke of York He lralso been celled the sailor prince tram the fact that he has had a natal ejireir He won hero June 3 1863 The- Y fHll prince like his brother and r11f ters was brought up with the most studied simplicity both In London nnd at Bandringham and much more Pie the child of a plain country gentlcmnn than the son of a royal prince as such bringing up to understood In other countries The flee J N Dalton was selected by the Prince of Wales an his sons tutor and under his superintend once the fleet few years of the young prlucea life were passel In quiet stcily Land In a happy home life of which be was the leading spirit la 1S7T Prince George and the late Duke of Clarence and Avondale be came naval cadets aid entered OB I board IIM 8 BrlMnnla the training l at Dartmouth hero Vlic young prfaeoentered upon his training for the frtifcfslob to which Lila afterlife pros to be devoted and showed a great deal of taste for norM etwllcs applying nimseirm praiseworluy earn ncr to the Intricacies of navigation old to the mysteries of knotting led apUc4 lug and the other details of a seamaYs rrf catlofi Ills elder brother Albert Victor the duko of Clarence died la ISea and George took bit place la the succession Yorks training has been altogether naval la 18S3 bo became a mlttehtpwan oa hard tIle Caneila 1J1l ri rkia si ead Li 5 after AMl1iCtltl ecawlMtltaa I with greetUflUtrcw preaiotrd to I a lleuteMacy Ilia first rotaataad was PfUSCC ALBERT BBWAHD or YORK that of the gunboat Thrush on the West Indian station and while occupy Ing that ho opened the Jawara Industrial exposition in 1890 Just one year later the young man was rained to the rank of coiuwanili but tits actual service wna brought to a close JJy the katb of bU brother and his own suddenly acquired Injporfmco aa heir presumptive The Duchess of York bis vlfiv lea formerly the pretty Irlll f li May of Teok The marriage tint been very happy aad ibis royal couple are prod ably the most democratic of their kInd In Ireat Hrltnln They hare three pret ty chHdrea two of whom are princes rime Hew Prince of miles haseartrod- for blmwlt a warm ple la British hearts HoV extre lMy popular for the Ktigllsh believe J1mlobclliGr talOtwbenfdltuiinto a serious war hP elII II lui CaKphHiw tnolilitllJJll1 this Iloera OnltIiwoiiilitoy thrills frbin I tie 1tlit 5i lyptrlt 11111 J lruf htiIH TAPE ulsoaa1CAa17AHATrIThltamaurahiluv edairtied heatta forthepeel three years mt thoonpealbullaanrtarOS5QtleeI CAiV t1Ya CATHARTIC Tarter ME AND JIBS XlNSEYtOr ELK KICUIGAN Usrtinswutollowstii iam well and think I wlllueed no pioro medleJM I feel so well sedan ay old oora plaint are gone which were many I often did not know which way to turn No one knew what I suffered For fortyslae years I suffered but newt am oared for whleh1 thank Dr lUrtmin for his twrt loo and goodtreatmentIk- ee1i rerun In the house alpha time and shall never be without It liMy boebaad loam cough for nine years He took Perna amdU helped htm He looks quite young He works hard every tHy satagettlaztoi He takes Peruna three times a day You dont fcnow how thankful I feel toward you 1 sever think etyoa but to thank youaed will eo all I can feryerrr CGB mI1JUJJlIkheedoi Ala bamaono of the matiaflaentklmembets of re e at a 2ttvesiaalaMer uoaJiHB iiklia d t a olntd ever triad and no family bewithoutyourremarkablrmMy know of notbls better1 mediotaewhkkk oestaryternbatarrb Ninety nines IR s bunted oteatarrl11J7PeiuntfhOlCM The remedy to ogre catarrh aawtbe HBelPernna operate at the feamUIn heai Pena produ a normal olean and T irotUI mu meJJIb aoe Catarrh oa lROt remain In the system it P rna4i Jused jwserding to directions lAddress The Pemn MetlolneOeBH pony Columbus Ohio for a tree book oBoatarrh u I 1 1 DiweKFRG IKE Netiie wIatFirmto time world Wut the eHehlrb- K4 re mattes for Muandrfeagthat flu KnKdJoJoiT1YlrNwMcTdleaer led lid twee Jaa www S7tieIMENSlIFEBtOQD 1I T4aim rtaw a eecrrt aItIttaie1al1lt tffnth6te tb reseed yes fret tired eel doeponde t- sdhaveooxmbltlauHontletioerUfSbOI4bedrsledawsy K DrAAanarwmeWCansor110Pay h BLOOD P01SC thieMeditlnnyanbeacrlmntobavdibet Illnttoa rxwcarr oMricur7aadPot lI D4 K- ibo yZ ViRTrtfl1tI 1t for a the Oyv of Jailer eabjrt to I ttheRepabHc drty IilhoHtcd to announce Peter Lander Ie for tile offlct of JallrraebJeetto the lUpnMlaiB partr We are authoiiird to announce llownnhoun- in candidate for the office of Jallrr alijoct to beacUon ot the Republican puny We are authorized to announce L W Hunt sft candidate for the office ol JnlUr nbKt to be action ot the Ilrpntillcan petty We are authorized to announce Loyd foals 1 a candidate for the office ot Jallrr intject to be action of the IfcpuMlcan party We are authorized to announce John w Nlnilikon I a candidate fur the offlceof Jailer nbjftt to ie union of the Itrpubllenn party Waare antboriinl to announce K L llnnlel laHindlilatafurtheoinceof Jalir untijctt ro eftlultl5l the Ittpubllean party FOR ASSKSSOH e are authorized to announce k Prank Iniwr- andldntar tor the oMce of Aueaoreubfct IK will of the ltepubllean party We are autbirlied to announce II Clay York la araniiAtefortheninr ot AiMKior nliwt o the action l I the Hrpnlillcan party We are ontkurltnl to announce L llerrr onrjr- a candidate len the omeeof Aiuwtnor subject o the action of the Ktpnbllcan darty We are author ml to announce George w IanlR I candidate forth office of AiMvoor subject o the action ot the lie publican party- WenreautliorlMdtoannonnce Jorptl T Cox Ia a candidate for the office of Aiweior ubMt o the action of the Ittpnbllcan puny FOB HtnVETOHk rj arv authorized to announce JiibA IL Wood ia n candidate for the ataceof Hnrreyor object o the action ot the Itrpnbllcan party We are authorized to announce NntbanleIMoalrys- aeandidatefor the oMeeof Huneyor inbject o the action of the Itrpubllran party CultONER We ate authorized to announce itch LDarla i a candidate for the office of Coroner subject o the action ot the Jlf publican puny We are authorized to announce John Willis I a candidate fn nlaro of Coroner enbjrct action J miUinn party rp 1 a- Consecuti JVVv i e Number Name of ow f Residence r i I Consecutive Number fj Name of Voter Residencele t f I entatlve For County Judge ettO1on RogersO r SrOEd Massio 0 ghOR R WcddingD iI 1t 0 4tt L t 4- I c r 3- J rumored that an extra I ngress will be called to Philippine question I indications the Demo Convention which is to be i willidebel Mark our predic i I Shelby M Cullum baa JegieJali1ed8lates the great Northern I Cullum is a erican Senate COUNSEL I beguarded tomorrow rjriant day In jtorr in the county Let bislfriendsget out every voter and see that he votes and when evening comes the days work is ended and the vote is summed up let peace and brotherly love reign supreme It is an evident fact that a number of candidates are to be defeated while only a few can have their longing desires gratified This was known to all in the begin ning and we truet that those defeated will gracefully accept it and join in the fight against the common enemy Republicans we appeal to you to be guarded tomorrow Select the men whom yuu think will make the strongest and best race then give them your earnest support and influence This is true Republicanism this the kind that will lead the party to victory in November No candi date ahouUI be so unthoughtful as to allow his Democratic neighbors toI gull him into saying harsh things shout his opponeut for if he does his audience will indeed be small A man that talks about his successful opponent in an unkind manner ia not a Republican lot Republicanism is willing submission to the will of the majorityThese thoughts are kindly submit ted to the aspirants for office in the hope that they consider them welland may find good food for the mind to reflect upon The prayer of TOE RE PUBLICAN is that nothing but peace and brotherly love will reign supreme in the Republican ranks after the pri mary whoever the nominees may be Their battles will be in common with TUB REPUBLICAN In every battle that is to be fought during the fall campaign for each and every candi date TilE REPUBLICAN will be found in the front ranks We have enlisted to continue in active service until Goebeliam is buried or the close of the war Pnquently accidents occur in the household which cause burns cuts sprains and bruises Par use In such cases Ballards Snow Liniment has for many years been the constant la tmite family remedy Price 350 and r h 1H Wllliami m But for the heroic efforts of her moth erethe young womans life would have been lost Mrs Wilsons hands were severely burned In extinguishing the flames Bablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is no panacea but is recommended for Piles only These it will cure Price soc in bottles tubes 750 Pars tie by J Ii Williams mJT Contract For200 Cars It is Slid on good authority that the Southern Car Works located atI Binghampton have closed a contract with the Choctaw Oklahoma Gulf Railroad Company for the construc tion of zoo freight cats The cost of the cars will aggregate about 180 ooo This is one of the biggest con tracts secured by the car works from any MempbUiline This statement was made yesterday to President Forsdick and Secretery Towner of the business mens club by a railroad official who is in a po sition to speak authoritatively and there is no reason for doubting the statement He said simply that the 1Jc4aw had given the local plant an ordcrioTzoocars whIchwould cost the company 180 ooo and that the contract was made with the posi tive condition that the cars be built here in Memphis This shows more than any other act the friendliness of the Choctaw I to Memphis said Mr Porsdick yesterday i afternoon while discussing the deal Memphis ought certainly to appreciate this spirit of generosity and kindly interest in her industrial welfareIn that the merchants and business people may have an oppor tunlty of showing their appreciation a meeting of the business mens clu will be held next Tuesday night a which time suitable resolutions will i i be adopted commending the Choctaw road for its loyalty to Memphis and her manufacturing interests This meeting will not only be for the members of the club bnt for every citizen of the city who feels a pride In the city and an interest in the material developments of manufacturing plants It will be an open meeting and everybody Is expected to attend and speak their sentiments This meeting will tike place at 8 oclock in the evening While it will be held under the auspices of the bus- Iness mens cub as Mr ForsJick ex plained it will be for every body and its purpose will be to Indicate the tru feeling of the Memphis people toward the Choctaw road and their apprecia tion of such substantial offorts on the part of that road to favor a Memphis concern I Bowaro of Ointments for Catarrh I that Contain Mercury As murcury will surely destroy the derangeII the mucous surfaces Such artlcltfl M never be used except on prey m reputable phys Iclans they wIll do Is ten fait n can possibly derive ls CatarrhCheney rem 4 For County Court Clerk M S 1gltmdD ID M H HckerD I IIr- k I 3 ritt twl 1 44- I3 ii je For County Attorney I 1I L ohn HeavrinOIc John P rtonDi IJi ni e 1 jJt I j t iy ttI jrt L t l I IbMrEchols spent a few days this week I the guests ot relatives in our town I c Mr Everly Ashby who has been t sick for some time is able to be ontl again t Miss Stella Stroud is with us again i after an extended visit to lends in Mnhlenburg county We are very glad to have her at home again Mr Elijah James and wife and bits t V P Brown of Point Pleasant visit thelamlly of Mr Sam M James and the family ol Prof H H Davis last weekiMr James Benton has returned to 1hisvisit to his family bererMiss Iva Watson after several i IIusMr Robert James has resigned his position as a clerk in a store at Rochester I and is one 01 our citizens IIMrkettIImore wislted the families of L c11 11Mred near Rockport last week I B M Morton and S M Dexter made a trip to Iivermore last Salnr day Boys we are a little suspicious that you go too often Our town trustees are making our streets better and we hope they will push the work and have both side j walks laid with brick or stone then our school trustees can go to work and build us a good school house and j give us a ten months school We need it We have too many idle boys gentletI men our are down R I Z Wayne Griffin Bro the druggists wilt refund you your money if you are not satisfied alter using Cham j I berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They cure disorders of the stomach t biliousness constipation and headache Price 350 Sample free m J I OASTOnXAIlean tl- Blgutnn The Kind You HIM Alwart BctgW of ulclR Hobbled into Mr Blackmons drug store one evening says Wesley Nelson of Hamilton Ga and he PaineBalm for rheumatism with which I had suffered for n long time I told him I had no faith in any medicine as they fall failed He said Well If Chamberlains Pain Balm does not help you you need not pay for it It took a bottle of it home and used it according to the directions andln5ne week I was cured and have nominee been troubled with iheu netUm Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Iowa has 191 9 clube Iii- duringteen of which t ted the last year t When you t that is mild and gent arid pleasant in Cad na Stomach and LiV c 350 Pot sale b Bro For Sheriff alP Kcowh 0 D For Surveyor fohn H WfodO sTatlmmcl MoxloEJ nr rJ t For Coroner JenL DaisDJohn Willis I 1 D i asked for to Inquire as toYoutseys i anlty A number ol experts have been summoned to testify ar to the ause and effect of the nervous pros ration txperlenced by YouUey during I he trial last fall and II the motion Icr he jury be sustained much interestI- ng testimony will be adduced j It is hardly possible that either John Davis HArlan WhittaVer or Richard Combs will be tried at the February erm as the YonUey matter will conI ume too much of the term to permit mother trial to be had Danger of Colds and La Grippe The greatest danger from colds and a grippe Is their resulting in pneu If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Congh Remedy is taken all danger is avoid do Among tte tens of thousands vnq have used this remedy for these diseases we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneu nonia which shows conclusively hat it is a certain preventive of that langerous malady It will cure a old or an attack of la gtippe in less time than any other treatment It Is pleasant and safe to take For tale jy Z Wayne Griffin Bro m u G A R Meeting Preston Morton Post No 4 will meet at Court Hall Satniday Feb teary 9 at I oclock p m on some Important business All comrades are expected to come in By older of JAMES ASHLEY Corn JOHN C CHAMDERUN Adjt J onUABD The warning ffugh is the falth sentinel It tells of the approach of- consumption more people than war and pestilence combined It tells painfulrchests day Its useless for theres a prompt and safe cure It I3 AYflrskOTF- wP2etoraI and coughs in a single night and masters chronic coughs and bronchitis in a short time Consumption is surely and certainly prevented and cured too if taken in timeA25cbottlefornfresh cold 50c size for older colds 1 size for chronic coughsand consumption lJlrCherevIrytlmlI get cold t taU a lime of JAJl a0osOofiaraa LlheoTeru- t oulieanycomplaint octottrHIin J 0 ATXsLmralllUM l School Superintendent James DoWccseo Henry LcnchO D 1 Forewarned ForearmedT- he liability to disease is greatly lerscncd when the blood Is in good con ditiou and the circulation healthy and vigorous For then nil refuse matter is promptly carried out of the system otherwise it would rapidly accumulate fermentation would take place the bloat become polluted and tution so weakened that a simple malady might result seriously- A healthy active circulation means good digestion and strong healthy nervesAsabloolpurifierandtonicSSS bss no equal It is the remedy or old and children because it contains no minerals but is made exclusively of roots and herbs No other remedy so thoroughly and effectually cleanses the burst of im purities At the same time it builds SSS the weak and de bilitated and renovates the entire Stem It cures permanently all manner of blood and akin Mr E E Kelly of Urban wrltoi I had Eomema y bands and faonf- Ir ara 14 would break out In lira+ white uatules crusts would term ao6 drop oft leaving the akin red and imam od The doctors did ma no I need authemedtoatedeoepsandaavqswttboutbeneat U u clear and imooUi M any ones I Mil Ilenrr Blettrted of Cap May N twentyone bottles of B1 8curedrherof Canoerof the beast Dooo hopyoulUohard T Gardner Florence B C suffered for years wltn Bone Two bat ties of B B B ioU blood la trood con diseppaatadi write case Medlca1IU1lcerreeTHE ea ATLANTA U NLTCCftftWeKTll HBOItlxn Wyraremecmala the Boitb prorea llairhee Tonic a fleet remedy for tllm sad all Ualaria Ftrrn ltetter than Quinine Guaranteed try t AtDngcliU te aid 100 botllM ISre- t1LLINOI CAL LL OP INTEREST TO StockholdersFree e Special Meeting at Chicago NOTICE TO Public notice BTOC1CIIOLDRRSI a special meeting of the Illinois Central Railroad Com puny will be held at the Company Office in Chicago III on Saturday January 26 1901 at eleven oclock In the forenoon To permit personal attendance at this mtetlrg there will be issued to each bolder c f one or more fhiresol the Capital Stock of the Illinois Cen tral Railroad Company ai regl on the hooks ol the Company n ttrtdI et enabling him or her lo travel free over the Companys Lines from the station on the Illtnolt Central i Railroad neatest to hU or her regis tend address to Chicago and return fuci ticket to be good for the j uricto Chicago lId during the Iur day immediately pticfHirg and thr day ol the meeting and lor the return jouirry 1flIt ChiMKf orlnn the daynt the mrrtini unit tht Lror ftlJI IranieiuMv I iiwtfi when propei v cUitttriKt tnt std ttMiip1 riiintn wines fcMMb n e say b I t teen 91 e d 5 f or ln the ol fiif tin A ki 1 t SCeMry Mi N G Rfiien irt Chic BO Such ticket if t nit n1iI nVffitend hrr Iet cIe on Hppllcition in wfitMc to the ptisHent of th- C e mn u v I rulce Rqrh npilrn- II ill IllJt N t the lull name dtlll nil drr tofth Stkhn d r rxictli a Kien in his 01 hrrCeittficattrnf ft c tojiihfr with number end dsto snh CTt6 te K mote than one person uj 1 he ctri ie I tree in respect to any one holding of stock as regls term on the hoks of tie Clmp Inv F r the purpipp of this meeting the Stock Transfer Hooks will be closed nt 3 oclock pm on thurs- day December 21 1910 and remain tfnndayJannryvcEiAry k1 I For Jailer i Thomas H 3lackO L W Hunt 0John W SimC i son- Loyd 0I Pool1aIe- tor Dr Laude DI Hosea Shown D fWnt Stevens viw S A Par- kLL Daniel Can We Inter IN CLOT iWo purchased hig stock of Clothing nnd ha all yet Winter will soon bo gone and wo do no carry over any stock for next year We are not it either if low prices count for anything All o Winter Goods will go at a very small margin PricesISuits worth 500 go now for 450 Suits worth f7 50 go now for 6 50 Suits woith 8 50 go now for 7 oo Suits worth 9 oo go row for 750 Snits worth to 00 go now for 850 Suits worth 12 jo go now lor 1000 Overcoats worth f5 go now for 4 00 Overcoats worth 7 go now for 5 50 Overcoats worth fg go now for 7 50 Overcoats worth to 50 gu now for 8 75 Overcoat worth 12 So go now for looo Cloaks Worth 3 00 go now for 200 Cloaks worth 450 go now for 3 25 Cloaks worth 5 50 go now for 4 00 Cloaks worth 6 jo go now for 5 oo Cloaks worth 7 50 go now for 6 oo Cloaks worth S9 00 go now tor 7 00 Cloaks worth 1000 go now for 8 So Capes worth i oo go now lor 7jc Capes worth i Sago now for too Capes worth 2 00 go now for I 50 Capes worth 250 go now for I 75 Capes worth 3 00 go now for 2 23 Plush Capet only a few left go now at COST the j at all 1 the in I B to Ho Lr r UlNO cow Blankets 7jc go now for Sac Blankets ft oo go now for 75c Blankets 25 go now for 97C Blanket ft 51 go now for Blankets ft 75 go now for I 37 Blankets go now for Blankets 3 50 go now for 2 95 Blankets 4 jo go sow for 3 75 Blankets go sow for We are oetitocked on all Blankets and go ol cost are ol the material and are not aboddy sometimes see advertised sac go now for 4oc 7Sc go sow for foe dove w go now lor lic vv t ft aoWler t baWiTMl have a miscellaneous stock McIntosh Coats Leggings Caps Leather Boots heavy Overall Yarns ill kinds Bootees tc tha- tMust Go by have a pairs of Pants help make doublelined Work Coats are on GloveSEEDS pIRemember above goods too long before purchase choice before it is taken IR1 Collins tl ATTENTION IIRtmemter that your horses will have heel attention at Umxl Rigffr and Buggies hours have bnt wheat grower the world thoOuana hear Fertilizer isbatneetlynhcileds RespyfHAHTFORD WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW BARTFORD KY CrueUlBtUatloa fires eoIIMtIosIa qlllrtI worth worth worthf worth 116 worth worth Joo 225 worth worth worth 500 400 wool they mutt regardless They made bet those goods you Mena heavy work Glove worth Mena heavy work Gloves worth Mena heavy work Stffriw 15e Mens rfk Gtovei worth 25- go e- We Wo Wo also few that our the you stable JNO bitrarti from WtN StliUl CI Irodu p Cntasd Rhare matiMM1eNry Our awake wt sad we rr1 the larat u l4 teM la ea- Ceattsi West r- VegdaM jPI11geya PNwee aed lawn Orw i Seed Mtew Oats S 04 Orel saadillthebeet Jlefap- cropa at odrate prIe oar New c lei Ba tiled wtltlaIon tkn seed abotlt dam aowtag sad ccNlat bkmatesacra askectoa Cow real Market Oalo Crt JlHtm JIoM yens ate WeltyKa- prertded y seYea torte PrWOOD TUHi otl- EEDaMEN Lwu Ky l t a1 r i1 Y4 tT3I I J I n s rye GIVEN AWAY F E1 I We will presont your baby born during 1Utwith its first pair of Shoes Ask J About them Our Shoe Stock is one of the BIG ifeatures of our IMMENSE stock Wo handle inothing only goods that wo can recommend Shoes that wear and give perfect satisfaction tJ For ton years wo have had tho pleas ure of handling A Priesmoyers cele brated line of La dies Shoos Nono compare with them for wear Eos P k j rgunmntcod Wo handle theso goods in Welts Extension Soles Mackny sowed or handturned sizes 21 to 8 at prices from 150 to 200 SHOES FOR MENWo have recently added to our lino for mon tho HamiltonBrown Shoes which for style and service cannot be surp sscds2Have them in Box Calf Highlaced Calf ol Calf Vclour Calf Vici Kid mill Colt Skin in all sizes beginning at 5s and running to lls Remember you run no risk in buying these goods EJoryjwiir guaranteed to give you en tiro satisfaction Prices begin at 200 and go to 35 FOR CWLJDRENrWo handle the Poatmouth 1i1t Ilfciety that makes nothing but Chil 4npiib 8 And they are made WELL Only th stock usc1 in themyou run no risk in buying them Prices run from COo to 175 JUST A WORD about our remnant stockof rcoate Blankets Comforts Capos Jackets e LjnderYcnr Etc These GOOdMust go tt want then Money for Spring pur what wt t4ut They nre younl for lX s2 1 ousee theso Bargains They ILt tho great Bargain House of CO THE FAIR DEALERS 8 Mrs John L Rock died yesterday week at her residence near Hoi ton Old age was perhap the direct cause of her death Her remains were bur led at Hopewell Saturday Mrs T M Taylor and children re turned from Beaver Dam Tuesday where they bad spent the past two week the guest of her brothers Messrs R S and E P Cooper Di W King of near Paradise who received a paraletlc stroke some weeks ago Is thought to be much worse unn is not expected to live 10DgMr John 8 Wilson left Wednesday to spend a few days with him The protracted series of meetings at the Methodist church closed Wed nesday night It wad quite a success proIwhich we hope will be the sue the results will rival any meeting held Ip Haitlord for sometime Jlr E L Herring who has been sick sor sometime wjth la grippe and pneumonia lever is not expected to beeaIsay that are Mr Herring tea good man and his Absence by death iwoaldaulOllsl bet community r Richard H Bennett died at hiss bear Bed yesterday morning lieumonia Sir Bennett was a respected Christian gentleman I and laved by all who knew e professed religion sad joined odlst church at an early age Ived atrue Christian to the Iras buried at Mt Herman iound yesterday evening W has the sympathy of the toIlc to his ashes tfg Tom lv rse med and rate iinonal jme se Is lace e greet cktd out se of the at herresi- day night ol lingering JIN utband and three iet with a hoer el rends toriibflrhptlr loss Heritf jflslfis wr6Mntetted la the thirty 1J1 the JtHHIIIIef- It iwla4lrceada and acgtaaia fungal sryipM wm lueee by Revs JcNr jHrfipj MaTylsrwas wt MiHyMt i J NAMiqflrwfii Whoa MClete was told that i a preU7goodhesaid II dont athebeakETtrjrcarpeBterwlioMff dra7 abut materlAllatotwolineofpainaother aerie oratlmentttut may be treated externally you ask for a plaster any boaeat reputable drnggUt give YOU a Ben thebethammersthe peteRclin andBeUadOllM andaillllooaBensons Flatters aa a telllfdyto btm Med AfjheatawardFor sale by U druggist or we will pre theUnttedSeabur 4 Jobaaea Mfg Cbeaiata NT DeUe Barrett She was a highly re spected lady loved and honored by all who knew her Mr Taylor has sympathy In the trials which are his to endure Marriages jMr Malcora Hoover Beds to Miss Ada Chapman Tally Mr W B White Caneyvllle to Miss Nansy Ezell Olaton Tan W Johnson Utnavllle to Miss Mary Nichols GtnavlHe Mr J M Klncheloe Ceatertown to Miss Flora M Green Centertows Dr A C Capertou Dead Dr A C Caperton one of the not prominent Baptists ministers in theI South and for seventeen years editor ol the Western Recorder died at his country home near LeitchEeld the 18tbI ol January The final resting place for this old veteran Is Cave Hill cem etery In Louisville Dr Capetton wee in Hartford last year and delivered some excellent ser moms Although he was very frail la body his mind was clear and one could readily see that In his day of activity he was a power In the pulpit Dyspepsia is difficult digestion due to ol natural digestive fluids Hoods Sarsapatilla restores the digestive powers II College Notes Mrs Dr Pirtle and Mrs Belle Ta bor were pleasant visitors at General Bx Monday morning Mr Ira Bean was a pleasant visitor in oar grammar class Monday morn lug Mltses IJzzie Stevens Beaver Dam and Lilly Burton city were welcome visitors Monday afternoon Judge J P Miller conducted General Rx Tuesday morning We are aK ways glad to have Judge Miller with us Come again Among our visitors Tuesday morn Ing were Misses Pearl Hobrook Jul let Thomas Berdie Holbrook Bngen la Howard Marina Miller Dena Woodward Mary Smith and Mrs 0 M Shnliz Miss Bertha Riley and Mrs Geor gia Wide were pleasant visitors Wednesday morning Miss Stella Woerner who has been sick for several days Is in school againThe following students have matriculated since our last report Misses Norma Brown Eva Brown Mary Duke Artie Wilson Belle Shown and Cnlah Bennett and Mr Sam Turner BnuLAtt 4 This Is What They Say Those who take Hoods SarsapariU la for scrofula eczema eruptions ca tarrh rheumatism or dyppepsla say it cures promptly and permanently even alter all other preparations fan You may take this medicine with the utmost confidence that It will do you good What it his done for others you have every reason to believe it will do loc you- Constipation Is cured by Hoods I PUIsIMANDA KY January 3oHealth in this community Is good Rev H Meach ol LetlcbfieJd began a series of meetings at Mt ZIon the 25th prospects ale lair for a good meeUagIFarmers are making use ol the lair weather and are beginning to farm Candidates are Mill plentiful Rogers Ragland Heavrin and De Weese art leading in this community Hurry up boys victory Is yours AJAXI lest for the Bowels No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never get wel- luntilourhnwrlaareputtight CAS CARBrShelp nature cute you without a grip or pain produce eaay oat url movements coat you just ro Crnts to start getting your health back CASCARETS Candy Cathor tic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet has C C C stumped on it Beware ol Imitations Aged 110 COVINOTON tiv Jan 29 Mrs RIIII McArdie died in St Elizabeths Hospittl to day She was born taJ TTonaSjjtsi If your liver i1 out of order causing Biliousness Sick headache Heart burn or Constipation takers dote of Hoods PillsQB niiriag and tomorrow your di sjMtiw otf M will be regulated and wW MbNrliadlv awl mdy Ct aw kind of work MM 1b the oxpsrleaoe Of ie ribs as- stM by tnaedkinedialers Mile County Mrad Ireland la 1791 and baa lived In three centuries Without a doubt she was the oldest person living la Northern Kentucky and lIr ail is authenticated by the record la the Parish chaich of her erst while home in Ireland Mrs McAr die was at one time quite wealthy but through the betrayal by supposed friends of trusts imposed in them nearly all her earthly possessions were swept away In Memory On Jan 20 gen Just after mid day Blanche Ray the little three year old daughter of Mr J Allen and Lena Anderson fell asleep In the arms of Jesus her spirit fled to calms of Im mortal glory where there is no sick ness sorrow or puln but all enroll peace She was stele only a short while with scarlet lever when God called her home Blanche was a smart child She was the idol ot fond parents My heart was never sadder whea the news come that Blanche was cold In death Sad it is Indeed to part with a dear little niece I knew her only to love her She was to precious for earthly friends and loved ones so God seen best In his infinite wisdom to remove her from earth No more her childish laughter will be heard withla the walla of that old home but her voice can be heard among the angels singing la heaven above Dear brother and sister let us not weep like those who have BO hope but trust la God He will heal our broken and bleeding hearts end let us never forget that we too have a tie in heavea sitting around the throne of God beckoning us homeward while the cold and silent tomb contains her body her spirit reigns above She Is not dead but sltepeta After funeral services by Rev J c Petile her ree mains were laid to rest in the OakI wood cemetery to await the resurrection morn Dearest aim thou hut Mt alIclad tbjr IOM WI deeply feel Bat tU God who but bereft 01- IU alone our torrowi ca beef 01 bow will mt Blanrht her oa earth Iltr rattle f wt WIll hair no more Bh wee toll or lanjhtf and mirth But U now tinging on the other thor Dear mama how jroall mix bw None on earth ran erer teD VhOcjonll never more am ber J Remember she ha gone to bearen tod wen IIbe U only waiting there for yon Upon that roliten IbonoIWhere porting U And weeping U no monoIWeep not for her deer pope She U haa gone before To await the rMnrrettlon 1II0mIAnd meet you upon the And conld abs speak to 10aJAs you would hay Shed only ar weep not for me Vot lam with the angeh now eon no more joall se Dlanche Stay Throughout your dally We bowyonUmtaherInyourplaywith 1 And when youre tempted to do wrong Aa you will on times be U ay yon erer think of Blanche Anil lether Ufe benieeterial song For the la singing Around the throne She has only goy on Wore Her angel role tan only say Papa mama and sister weep no more SUDIR Children who are troabled with Worms are pale In the face fretful byI spells restless in sleep have blue rings around their eyes bad dreams variable appetite and pick the nose Whites Cream Vermifuge will kill and expel these parasites Price 350 For sale by J H Williams m BAIZETOWN KY Jan 29 Health good All Republicans able to work- J D Oliver has moved to town and will open up a business hIJUIeIWe are going to vote ers by the dozen He will carry Baizetowa by a handsome majority James DeWeese has nothing to fearI There will not be a vote cast against him He Is the right man lor the place We want Fon Rogers andI James OeWeese Republicans SA- turday is the time to work for a strong ticket C C- It Has been fully demonstrated that Blys Cream Balm Is a specific for Na- aalCatanh and cold in the bdIThis distinction has been achieved only as the result of continued IUCI cessful use A morbid condition ol the membrane in the nasal passages can be cured by this purifying aad healing treatment Sold by druggists it will be mailed for 50 cents by Ely Brothers 55 Warren Street New York It spreads over the membrane is absorbed and relief Is immediate Estray NotIcejTaken cepaa an crtray by Leslie Shaver living neat the mouth of Bar nettfl creek Anear Heftln in Ohio county Ky on theSth day pf fauna ry one red heifei about two years old having a white spot on her breast and the switch of her tall white but having no other marks and which Prier Smith rd rnvrll have apprnis ed at f17 Seventeen DMIars- Witneos my hnd this rsth lay ef of January r9 i 264 B P GRAVES I P O C An Understudy for Mrs NaJIoJII EMPOBIA KAN Jan agM1 Eva Marshall Shunts a to lDpt lIce l ctur er of national rrpuUtii dilfe ted a large audience here her era finders ifntceKgnry to march tJowaI the streets ol Bmporia and rem fiend out by loree t MrB Shouts goes to Leavenworth from here and says she will organize ncrasade there A rich lady cared of her d sfasea and 1101 SM the head byDf McM KOBI ArtiaWUI Bar Drums gavefio aotohialaatHate sa that 4W part pte MMe to ptr the let DratM tray have tbm freer AddrM We lJ The Nicholson 7aMltits 188I Jticblh AVMM New York I i ngClerk J D Beatty Sheril West Fordavllle Joe Bskridge Judge John C Keown Judge I D- VteterfiF1dGetk Joe H RobeS Sheriff Etnaville Jake Newton Judge W H Miller Judge C T Jones Cerk John W Hobbs Sheriff Shreve John Mason Judge Grant Pollard Judge R It Whittinghill Clerk JJ Wilson Sheriff Olatoa Jokn K Allen Judge CD Beau Judge N B White Clerk Carson Byers Sherifl- Buford R J Mason Judge John Hoagland Judge J lines T Morgan Clerk Tom Hudson Sherifi- Bartletts John H Davis Judge Joel Elmore Judge H H Chapman Clerk John Smiley Sheriff Htflin Felix Shaver Sr Judge H C Shaver Judge Robert Webb Clerk Edward Stewart Sheriff Ceralvo Laclan Kimmel Judge Wm Chancelor Judge E W Smith Clerk Steve Williams Sheriff Point Pleasant Wat Taylor Judge C M Evf rly Judge W F Conditt Clerk Nat Lindley Sheriff Narrows John Graham Judge B P Petty Judge Fltzhngh Renfrow Clerk Caaa Carter Sheriff Faults ofdigestion cause disorder of the liver and the whole system be comes deranged Herblce perfects the pntceM digestion and assimila tion and thug makes pure blood Price Soc For sale by J IL Will lams m OJ r Estray Notice Takeaapa8 an estray by E G Atcalasoa living abont one mile southeast ol Roslne Ky one dark red bell 2 years oTd past marked under slope ia left ear and appraised Aasefyt Porbs and B J Hurt at fiftrea dollars fiS DO Subscribed and sworn to before me by Ansel M Paths and BJHurt th s the nth Jay ofJanuary 1901 J RALKV P J R A copy Attest MS RAGLAND Clerk ftp UG RAGLAND D C Are von rtFtletn by night and liar raife A bad c iiitb U e Dallnrde Hi trh and uy uP It will secure you sound a d effect a prompt and radicahcure Price iSC and 50 For silt by J tf Wti Itax m A Familiar Falsehood When a cuntuuirr seeks to purchase omf well known iilely anvertised ttodad article and the dealer tries to tell him something else claiming the i fated sabotttute to be just M good that dealer U guilty of fla great falsehood If the svbstltate ujust as gced it would eelitltks ewarlta and w Mte s lld let by the auterer- isatsdof ft lcavingw H MftleaeM Vp9ft bins oy IsMMM In fsissbeat MM ihHk 01 Tkc ftcy fMC 9t titrarpssrriarr t 4 Diar p id up e bich she hadt passed lo peiwi and j iy unspeakable Is left open so that you may follow Look to that future where sundered ties are reunited Where you will meet your angel babe and live forever A FKIBND Wha t would you do if taken with colic or cholera motbns when your physician Is away from home ant the drug stores are closed Alter one such emergency you will always keep Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in your home but why wait until the horse Is stolen be lore you lock the stable For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m The Broken Dad The grim monster death has again visited our home and borne away one too pure for earthy dare in the person of little Marmaduke Bowden Keown only son of R H and Maude Keown neat Tetarto Sptt anil Smote Tarfaft seq To quit tobacco easily nnil forever be snag nellc lull of life Jicrre and tlcor take NoTo Doe the vrAnderirorhcr that make weak men atrougrAll dnigglsu Maori Cureguaran teed llooklel and simple tree Address Sterling Ilemoly Co Cblraro or New York fat for uctks isliviogn she had stored in that l lump little body of hers and that is gone She is starving ft fat it is death be quick 1 Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the fat she can take it will save her DItsendfortaste will aurpnseyoo SCOTT k BOWNE 409 Pe1 NY boo and 100 all druggists c The Wednrd y irael il vnt dto YeVtmat tire the Hntunlnj Iun4 U iletota 1 to yon SAM ten A llbenil tnmmlMlon to Aavtifsj Hcnple eoprm chwrfnllj nent freo to nil whoutliloethem Write to WHIMKR JlHJKNAI CO toalllr y- nyPprclnlArnegementsyoe ian get TilE M rinUCAXandthe TwIcaiWwk Ct fbrJtwtiMil r Bothoneyoarfoyenlyo It f This U for tub Jlabtcrlptlom only AU tifc irrlptlqm ondtr thin kiblnatlod oeemuMbe tent thiMughTHK nKlUIiIHAN O ltt D errr fl a s TOV4LOK liJViii c tf 1stuXWLBiography Geography Fktloo etctJ What better investment could bo mndo than In ft ot the International T This royal quarto Ttluroo b a Past ttorcfiouno of valuable information arranged In aconvenient form for hand eye iBI 1otherdlctioIWAlso Vebrtera Collegiate DlDIcHocjrywKh aBcottunO- loeaarjr tp n etc tlrtt clou in acco la s- d q fSpr i i yiurV op Pi4jj I A oJ 1 u i DO YOU WANT MACHINERY 5 1 For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps WfI Itls GUARANTEED rt S Ii c q 1 THE BESTo ftl y Balsalea Coilwire Grate Bars Pipe Fitting Engine and Boiler Trimmings etFi 11 fl c e4 J KcE Kf ch PO 1 rZ 4 1 vKy a- I Si IMcHenry co r a i e- Gtr 11 A New Discovery or the Certain Cure of H AL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAV FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 6b CENTS JAMES F BAllARD Sole Proprietor 310 North kWo Street ST LOUIS MO A oryoangBUSNESruled It II nt ant lm ortnnre tu 1It rear training nt the nchool that itonilii In the very tront nink She ryant Stratton business eolleqeIO== = ==rCC= 4d141C 8 viH oinorlrnrml tmclx n Mh on a d ll l ltrlll 1t ol this srl ol are prefmd Lj bnnlnniii hopiov Write lor a TEIdttltAIlIVIa nvlnKtratlmoiilnUtrouiRrniluHtefnrrniijlDKiirnin A l1 over the N lnta It mailed V HIiClIITIIoIItollr chooU thnn ooars none wlllran over ourrefn I04400449 d 11 8- New Smith Premiers Nos 5z 6IThe No 6 takes paper 18th Inches wide and writes lines 1 0 Inches long Th N I 11 i 6 I a a 1s mkt t h tne u to es pays nc es These new machines in essential mechanical principles art the same as Models Nos 2t 3 aid 4un equaledWrite I for Printed Mater Free I eJSmitltlhemier 1WenrifPr CO 412 VH Slrtil r iicauun JIoI ll wll only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day in a Cotton Belt Parlor Car 25 cents for a half Seated in a revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you you enjoy as much freedom and case as you please If you are a canIou will enjoy the large smoking room with Its arm chairs and couch The ladles wi delight in the splendid ladles lounging room with Its lounge nnd Inviting arm chairs and its roomy dressing room adjoining You can have meals in this car at any hour you want them order most anything you want from a porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich take as long as please to eat It and you will only have to pay for what you order The Cotton Bttt thodlmt line toTexas Hi lralnnun Ihroneh from Cairo and lenli lib to Tcxu without change Direct ronnectloi a are made at Ito k1 WritWhmdroanMtlou and will tend yon an Intemtlnf little booklet i flIP TO IHU r I 1DtdtltfecIUuaud nt IU rAlcOlOU WO IDGhakWISLlel1D1UlEYt ql I l d I Dr llcthawnys me getIlpurinesthe Bloodneutralize the iwlsun vrhlcl produce the diseased conditions Yearly ho restores to newer uflererlTreaiedthma Hay Fever Lung Complaints Stomach IJrer and Kidney Diseases Piles Tumors Can cers Eczema and all manner of skin aflettor Dr llathaway also troats with thWomendiseases by which so many women are afflicted nM i t DrHathawaysotncesareflttei nAppliancel which as well as the microscope ne has world wIde lame as an expert AU of the medicine used by Dr Hathaway are compounded In hi own laboratories under his personal direction and special remedies are prepared for each la dlridaal case according to Its requirements Tr IIathatrav hat nrfmrnd a xamlnatlonblankBlanks which he sends free on application No I foi Men No 2 for Women No J for Skin Diseases No 4 for Catarrhal Diseases No 5 for Kidneys DrHathawaymakesnochaiw Consultation for consultation at either hi Free office or by mall J NEWTON HATHAWAY M D JUr Hathaway 8 Co 300 Chcrch Street Naalivllle Tenai- MKMIOV Tulle PAPEIt WIIKX WRITING m Sltt f ITOADr r fl+ lMAn j I tI I t t LAXATtVE t SYVrNATiJ nPI i tfiN rat ON t u I I Is mad fOr IV i txracts of ve etables nl f 4 t no Inii- jurfou drugs f i lt pre t fItthfSkk HenJnchJ Ir on ae s tJ til JUI Colds rI Iv It drives out all impuriki I1 Hoed and imakes the comrx 1 er anytIaxntlve IIINe NON fleet N 3 IIr3TO34 cozy ETTA ICyJIt llrIwnii tnstAr cO MPII IHIHJUIIVX riYIMt lrll1 Kr IocraIu a arrj in the lollowinp hiTTil ot Mr C D Glees an mpotrr 1 BartUtt Dennis CoIG- an inr Me He Gaya I kept ad I i ink to a cold sod a cough in the win r er ol 1897 trying every rough mtdi cine I htardc f without peimanent iip mail ont diy I was in the drug tore f Mr Houleban and be ad vised I T tj try Chamberlains Cough Rem- edyI and offered to pay back my mono y III was not curtd My lungs and iTonchlal tubes were very sore at this time but I was completely cured bj alwa1I1turott1hive nlvvays found relief I also rec glueIo say medicines For sale by Z WilfUl Griffin Bro m- An impoitart feAture of the SccU icienre Club of N win blurs t- ri Il r f girls in htuceholdmat mrI1 IMJ n- IU I IllI 144 ctctrrl1IV ELYS DKEAH BUM irIIe w oue Ctt 11 t 4I11ii Grr r 111 Nt 7 IPC Cvsil r n rnaI p In etrantrsthenasnpsai tes proIj senses pi taste And smell Large tlz 50 rents at drugKitn or by mail aria rfZ 10 cents tivrnait jB YrlIvn it tt IkI I a c nMiHHinn i lie Ofrihboro MUHttftrr rod Ib I XniuitlMirr Mr Brin pj tr I i ibis ass the on I wmiM perhaps ahn tbh all future puriflirnrnR nod pi the whle push flmorg the get gh whI come up through many tibul lints y JO omit dnJ rjJana USMIY IAtH Ii A PIi4 tito4tsag I I muIIIpTtrt VXUOJGVO fond Ihi chldrrts rtlbherr pull i ffin v Inl t i fchool c tsht + iethCbtcknf Ihem run In a leather ahtw fitvg md li Inver the ankle Ru hers may Ije b uuht with strip hut this niethrd U fflrclual whete the coitimin nnr are in use Stow Are Tour SUdaeja r alIlkeureellkidneyllliSiclefAddmelinngIWmct W lThealcin+ s of mood offeeBegins in the Anywhere between the plantation and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the Vsquality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods Front the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a scaled packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay f- orARBUCKLES Roasted Coffee buys much more than a cents worth of quality and strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee Will c ive VOU more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees F Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In each pound package cfArbaeklea Retailed OolTfcfl there la a byhimrclist or article each package la which the List It round the nature on the pftekas U to be cut out and returned to our Notion Dept You should as Ibis Ilst Address all eommunlcaUooa to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY Chills Fnt At ri THE NEST PRESCRIPTION t- r IS t Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic youIyou d their medicine if you knew what it contained Groves contains 11rOIT and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless HJ form The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the- N malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist will tell you that tj1 Groves IS the Original and that all other socalled Tasteless Chill Tonics are imitations An analysis or other chill tonics shows p that Groves is superior to all others in every respect You 11are not experimenting when you take Grovesits superiority andexcellence having long been established Groves is the only Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections of the United States No Cure No Pay Price Soc r 7 Questions for Women Ate you nervous Ate you complddyaaausUd Do you every month If you answer to of these have ills which Wine of Ctrdufcurve Do wouldbe rulIudmenstrualdisordersfirst but day by day stead Jy erow Wineofstrual riod will fceep tin female system in perfect condition This medicine Is taken quietly at home There is nothing like it to help women enjoy good health It costs l to test this remedy which Iii endorsed by cured women Mrs Lens T Frltburtf Cast St louis III says I am physically a new ofCafdul bdrewFry Department ne Cliattannoia Mcdl CID Co 11Ia11anotar growing fSAVEST1ARTINADS fStar tin tags showing email stars printed on under eldo of W tag horse Shoe J TM Good Luck Cross Dow and W TWT woman and child can find something on the list that they would I 1tf llko to have and can havo I PREE otsi f Knife one blade ITO Keel 4- I BcIMolnbu1iI4 CWWi Pet KnUe Fork and epaos15- e quidropiepiateoq U e rrtnca 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SOOTH B C6lrarnRw Thr rains to 11 neat t amn III 1 LA GRA Ptrftct Half handleajr t your Merchant dcoent a IL I t ret one botUa or tSOO and vet elx kott CHAHOB3 PREPAID to sal pore U 99H VAN VLEETMANSFriLI late Proprietor MEP Ph 9ii