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jrltb IITiiL IUlaal eIItrDI hHroad aDd J II lit eForlriforraatloaaddreM v- Jrt 1001 4 T AM Ub Aye LonIeIH- Wu UTATMat O P A LosUrlH i WublDgtollft LIRE t TFORDJiEPUBLICAN YOCONIt1C7ISubscription rVOL P- erI DkVIDSONI IROMATICCRIME REEVES BROTHERS RETURNEDI TQ KENTUCKY TO SERVE IREMAINDER OF A ISENTENCE ESCAPED FROM PRISON Were Captured in Illinois Where I They Were Llyfne as lion est Hucksters IAlter a five y sins abterce John W Rrve and George W Reue at one time two of the ranct noted crooks in Kentuckywere retained to Prnnki prison last week to Iene the rtI log portion ol thtlr terms Then they will go to Indian to be tried or the murder pt two Deputy Sberifl The two brothers heavily honed and in charge of Sheriff Thomas Manlon f Ifrt county IIIwete brought to Lnntril fiat wtelr tied lodge la the coauty jail lot Mteketp lag and were takea to Frankfurt the next morning This pair for five ye irs have I vrd M vertitsble Dr Jtkyll and Mr Hyde life In Kentucky they were the Krevee desperate bank rubber and jail breakers In Illinois they were the Clarke brothers quiet citizens and hucksters rrjnvlng thr goodwill of their neighbor ard acqn tut ancen Vd when once recaptured ttml identified they shook nffthr acquired habit of tinier and became once more a brace oi dangeron deaptratt criminals Theft ator reads almost like a bof romance In January 8SS George and John Reeves and A J Mlllard were ent to the State prison from Mon roe county for thirtyone years each on the charge of burglary and arson At that time they had a national rep tatton as safe crackers sod all round bad men Their father it is said was a hnrglar before them and his sons were reared in an atmosphere of crime They bad robbed the private bank 0 Nelson Brothers in Tompklnsville securing between Szo oooand 50000 and in so doing kindled fire that de stroyed the court house and the only fwuYesfdefcce blocks Ihbe town Reeves and Millard were captured the next day and the money recovered The men made model prisonera GovBrown commuted their sentences to eleven and then to nine years Ma jor Hancock then the Warden of the prison made them trusties The three were to have been liberated in thelatter part of r896 bnt a lew weeks before their teams expired the Reeves escaped In n few days the reason for their sudden departure on the very eve of liberation transpired They were wanted in Huntingbnrg Ind for the murder of Deputy Sheriffs Cox aud- Gardner on June i 1985 Their lath er is said to have been implicated In the same crime That was why they had taken French leave Prom the day of their escape until n fwdaya ago nothing was beard of tht m Then came the newa to Ken tucky that they had been captured in county III near the town oiJMt Vernon It proved true Sberlffllanlon had recognized tni his neighbors George and J P- Clirkethe two Reeves whose pic tures were in every rogues gallery luau arrest caused widespread sue pVlse atM Vernon The Clarkes were known as exemplary cltiztns One of them had married an estimable young woman tWo years before and lived with her bapily The brothers were partners In the buck strung business although their farm houses were several miles apart When in Louisville the men were willing enough 16 talk They ad mitted that they were George and John Reeves When they verve their I time at Franklort thy will be sent to Indiana to be tried for murder t Children who are troubled with Worm Arc pale in the face frrtfnl by I spells refttless In sleep have bhn rings around their eyes ber1 dreams variable appetite and rIck the nose j Whites Cream Vermtltrge will kill and expel llINe parasites Price aje Per Mle by J H Wtlltatna m Fatter dM His Wwg Jhn Cullear of Petenbrnrg W Va who like Miles Sillntfish was not onatderrdan adept In the gentle art of wooing won his bride by proxy He was shy and lucked1 con fid nce and therefore like Miles frlendIand do his wuoinpr for him Bnt en tirely nnllVe the Down Drama of long ago the senior Collear proved Uthlul to his trust The PrisclIU ol this present day ro macce was Miss Ella Whltchchurcb one of Plttatona fair girls To the Ardent wooing of the Cullear she lent awtmg fur mid uever once iwtd as did the coy PrisclIU ol Pilgrim days I Why dont you speak lor yourself John This modern PrisclIU looked at a photograph of a tall West Virgin Ian heard of his prospects and speed ily agreed to go with the father and visit the 60a who lacked the courage to go a wooing himself The wedding took place hate last week The mother ol thotide aya I It was by her con nt that fe i Jjgh ter mad the visit to the hoigeof the 1Mrslots was when he came here two months ago and Eliza admired his sons picture very much PO that the beginning 01 the romance sq- A rich lady cured of her and noises in the head hy Dr Nichol sons Artificial Ear Drums gavel000 to his Institute so that deaf peon pie unable to procure the Kir Drums may have them Ireet Address No 780EIghth Texas Produces Remarkable Couple Command county can claim one of the remarkable couples Jas Carnea was born August 10 1813 in Habas ham county Ha Elizabeth Games nee Hobbs was born in North Caro Una March to 1814 They were married at Vilaricka Ga in 1834 moved to Commanche county Tex in 1857 having lived here eve since There fourteen children born to them nine buys and five girls Four of these died without issue Nine of the others have eighty one cblldtea One ia an old bachelor They have ten living children eightyone grand children thirtyseight great grind children and one great greatgrand child making 130 living defendants lOne of the boys now 56WIIS over at fathers two miles north of Comanche last week The old gentleman was superintending the hog killing theIcrowd In tact she does all heri housework and both seem to be good for many years yet The Comanche Indians were Their nearest neighbor after they came to Ithl8county The old couple can tell incidents of their own personal experience with the Co manchea and other tribes of wild In dians also much of the early history of thid part of Texas Dallas News Pault ofdigestion cause disorder of the liver and the whole system be comes deranged Herblne perfects the process ol digestion and asslmila tlon and thus makes pure blood Price soc For sale by J H Will lams m Double Work to Do Au old couple In the west of Scotland says Spare Moments bought an alarm clock to get them up A few weeks afterward the couple got two ylinug men aa lodgers who asked tc be awakened at the unto time an themselves When the bus bind was winding up the clock that night his wife said to him Noo Jock yell hae to gle the clock a guid winding the nicht Ye kin it has two maim to waken the morn I OAJBVOX1XA-n n ti 1to Kicd Yn Kan Unit te IJcutut tI tit I got an apple said the generous little boy dyerwantspmeoflt Assuredly replied little Emer ron Rnbb from Boston J shall be delighted trigoyouer hemispheres Pbll4rielphla Puss Dont Irritate your lungs with a stubborn cough when a pleasant and eflrctive remedy may be found In Hal lards Hnrebonnd Syrup Price sjt ando Sold by J H WlllUms m p It Will Surprise YouTry It It Is the medicine above all others forcatanh and Is worth itt weight in gold does all that cl timed forifl W Sperry Ifart JordiCqSi v My soawas afflicted with catarrn lIe used Elys Cream Balm and the disagreeable catarrh an lelt hlmJC Olmstead Arcola III The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 eta or mailed by Ely Biotbera 56 Warren St NewYork CASTOR IA For InfenU and OhUlraa The KM YN Hare Always tic Bears the- Signature of t4i p To Be Preparad For war is the surest way for the na tion to mataln peace That is the opinion of the wisest statesmen It is equally true that to be prepared for spring ia the best way to avoid the peculiar dangers of the season This is a lesson multitudes are learning and at this time when the blood is sure to be loaded with impurities and to be weak and sluggish the millions begin to take Hoods Sarsaparilla which purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood expels all diseases germs creates a good appetite strength and energy and puts the whole system In a healthy condition preventing pneu rnonla fevers anti other dangerous di- Seases which are liable to attack a weakened system oa T EIzABjantle lit Kith KM Hate Always IItIIM Slpahra at pIIDO YOU WANT MACHINERY I For Threshing Machimr5Sav Mills ITuy Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps GUARANTEED fJ ki I Y rv I h BESTUnyJ3llurlics Coilviror Gfato Bars Pipo Fittinga Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc Ca1loit McHenry Mfg MachtCOj MbHonry Ky a u- 1I 0 VI 0 ItJUIJJv J J 1 F f I BAR DOCKET I For the Ohio Circuit Court March j Term 1901 3864 Comtb va Hugh Baugfa 3108 Comth vs Wm Hayden 3109 Comtb vs Same 3183 Comth VII Thoa Ross 329SComth vs Ellis Rllchc 3347 Comth vs Tom Birryman 3348 Cmth vs Same 3349 CtSntli vs Same 3360 CdiD Ih vs Same 3351 Ccrath vt Same 3384 Comthvs Root DeHart 3391 Comth vs Henry Caster c 339 Ccpilhvt Same 3432 Ckuth Vs Ceo W Kendall c 3452 CoKith y Tbos Ctrsoa v3480 Cqrath va Jordan Evans 3485 Comih vs Lvm Curtis 3486 Comth vs Seine 3487 Comth va Same 34S Comth vs Same 3489 Comth vs Same 3493 Cot th vs Same 349fC0ttthVlI Same 3492 Cothlh vs Same 3493 Comth vs Same 3454 Co tbs Same 3495 Coaith va Same 3500 Comth ys E A White 3501 Comth vs Same 3502 Comth va Srme 3503 Lonathvs Same 3504 Coiuthya Same 3505 ComHh vs Same 3506 Coalth vaSame 3507 Comjth V- Sd Same 3508 Comth vs Same 3509 CoMthV8 State 3510 Comth vs Same 3514 Comlhvs M Likens 3520 ComHh vs Same 3524 Comth vs Same 3525 Camth va Addis Austin 3526 Comth vs Saute 3527 Comth vs Same 3528 Comtb Vs Same 3529 Comih ys Same 5s3oComth vs Warren Cundiif 3S3 Comth vs Same rIclRtAtp 3533 Comtk ya Warren Cnndiff 3540 Comth va Jim Burns 3723 Comth vs Andrew Rendar 3546 Comihvs Dan Hires 3548 Comth va Bud HeWn 3564 Comth va ChasCrusath 3577i Comtb vs James Poole 3579 CornthvaForest Poole 3580 Cpr tvs Riley Peach 3581 Comth va Tom Hall 3687 Comth va Clark C Slanter 3590 Comih va Same 3635 Comth vs R P Her 3621 Comth va B D Armond 3620 Comth vs Elsie Gray 3635 Comth vs Ras Tillord c 3644 Comth va Willie Herald 3659 Comth vs Willis Marl 3660 Comth vs M Likens 3684 Comth vs John Patton 3687 Comth vs Wm Southard c 3418 Comtb vs Joe Stratton 3419 Comb vs Same 3690 Comth vs George Russell 3699 Comth vs Joe Cravens 3700 Comih vs M Likens 3701 Comth vs Same 3702 Comth vs Same 3766 Comth vs William Stone 3735 Comth vs William DeHart 3737 Comth vs Same 3738 Comtb vs L P Crowder 3741 Comth vs Same 3742 Comth vs Same 3750 Comth vs Will Duke 3752 Comth vs Same 3854 Comth vs Same 3753 Comth va R T Taylor Jr 3760 Comth vs Thomas Taylor 3761 Comth vs Rudy Jan FOURTH DAY 3762 Comth vs Rudy Jan 3765 Comth vs Thomas Tatum 3773 Comth vs Lnd Grant c 3775 Comth va Claude Slaughter c 3781 Comth vs Elijah Crowe 3782 Comth vs Same 3785 Comth vs Thomas Engler 3786 Comth vs Same 3787 Comth vs Marion Likens 3788 Comth vs Same 3789 Comth vs Frank Collins 3794 Comth va R T Taylor Jr 3785 Comth vs L P Crowder 3796 Comth vs T tGriffin 3797 Comth vs Same 3803 Comth vs Henry Whittaker 3804 Coroth vs Schofield Midkiff 3815 Comth vs John Moore 386 Comth vs Os Bowling c 3813 Comtb va Henry Whittaker 3814 Comth va Fletcher Hardison 3818 Coralh vs Netter Gilstrap 3819 Comth va Same 3820 Comth VII Lem Taylor 3821 Comth vs Jas F Carson 3822 Comth va Slime 3823 Comth va Same 3824 Comth VH Quinton Her 3825 Comth vs Same 3826 Comtb vs Same 3827 Comth vs B tt Collins 3828 Comth vs Same 3829 Comth va Same 3830 Comth vs Same 3831 Comth vs Same 3832 Comth va Same 3833 Comth vs Same 3834 ComUh vs Same 3835 Comth vs Same 3836 Comth vs Same 3837 Comth vs Same 3838 Comth vs Wm Aultmire Prices FAMOUSMUSICIAN 5 of Catarrh Grippe by JI aai t l4icl i i tutu 1UllrJIIUHENRY DISTIN OF PHILADELPHIA Henry Dlstln the inventor and maker ot all the band instruments for the Henry DUtln Manufacturing Co at Willlamsport Pa is probably tho most active old man In Philadelphia today Be and his wife recently celebrated the fltttith anniversary ot their marriage at their home on South Ninth street Mr Dlstln comes from one of the most famous musical families of the old world his father and grandfather beforo him as well aa himself having played at most all the royal courts of England and the continent 1411 South Ninth Street Philadelphia Pa May 6 1899 Dr S D Htrtmtn DcarSIr I write to Inform you that I had a tad attack otla grippe last December which lasted more than three months and which left me with catarrh and teverat of my Mend advised me to try your wonderful medicine Peruna I began with a bottle the first week IB March and It certainly did mo a great deal otgeod I was to well satisfied that purchased another bottle and tot lowedyear directions which you furnish with every bottle and I am glad to tay that It has cured me Ishallcertainly reeoameod the Peruna to all my rlemlt Yours very truly Henry Dlstla 3939 Comth vs Same 341 Coentiiv i Same 3841 Comftiuvs Same 3842C iivs Same 3843 Cpmth vs Qame 3844 Comth vs Sahiiu FIFTH DAY 3845 Comth vs Thomas Burton 3846 Comth vs Netter Gilstrap 3847 Comthya B BColllna 3855 Comth vs Alvin Porter 3856 Comth vs Lee Tillord 3857 Comth vs R T Taylor Jr 3858 Comth vs Same 3802 Comth vs Wm Aultmire 3863 Comtb vs Same 3865 Comth vs Willie Walker 3866 Comth vs Sip Rhoads 3867 Comth vs John Sharp 3868 Comth vs J W Stinnett 3869 Comth vs Bob Hickey 3870 Comth vs Netter Gilatrap 3871 Comth vs B B Collins 3672 Comth vs J W Stinnett 3874 Comh vs Thomas Tatum 3875 Cow th va R T Taylor Jr 3873 Comth vs Thomas Tatum 3876 Comth va Jnston Jackson 3877 Comth vs Henry Kyle c 3873 Comth vs Thocas Burton 3879 Comth va Same 3880 Comth vs Netter Gllstrnp 3881 Comfhr vs Justm Jackson 3882 Cometh vs Thomas Engler 3883 Comtii vl Quluton Her SIXTH DAY 3872 Comth vs Quinton Her 3873 Cotnlh vs Same 3874 Comth vs Same 3875 Comth vs R T Taylor Jr 3876 Comth vs Same 3877 Comth va Same 3878 Comth vs Thomas Tatum 3879 Comth vs Saute 3880 Comth vs Dud Totnm 3881 Comtb va Same 3882 Comth vs Same 3883 Comth vs B B Collins 3884 Comth va John Amos c 3885 Comth vs Virgil Trail 3886 Comth vs Ed Amos c 3887 Comth vs B hooker 38S8C wt vs Juston Jackson 388oyComtii vs Jim Shultz 389 Comth vs Ed Wilkerson 3891 Comth va Tom Austin 3892 Comth vs Ed A Tucker 3893 Comth vsjohn Turner- A copy AttestS ANDRRSOK Clerk By L I MORTON D CI I Wanted a Husband and She Ad vertised After n seated ot ttvera months for a wife Daniel Be ie a wealthy wid ower of Haniok NY married re cently rilis Ida May Ells an attrac tlve widow from New York Beagle had sear hd the country over forte woman to tntU his ideas ol a wife hIt vsiterl mtrtn nial candidates by the score bnt founl none to suit Two weeks ale his attention was called to an advertisement in a New York paper and Mra Ellis personal charms as set forth in it struck the lonely widower forcibly and he open ed correspondence with her Photo graphs were exchanged and a week later Beagle popped the question by mall Mrs Ellis anlvcd at Hancock oa Monday Slit was met at the sta tion by Beagle and taken to the home IF YOU WANT FirstClass Uptodate Job Printing Call at this Office Most Reasonable Specialty KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY JN029 SMITH HARTFORD nIsCout5ndthCourtof Kentucky ftflerson wasI UlyjCreimBalm iTHE A Cured and La Peruna of a friend ACer three days of actuall courtship the couple were the home of the Rev U M Krinsken I in the presence of a few friends of the bridegroomThe eIs 35 years old and the bridegrooaY twenty years her senior They are now settled comfortably BeagJ i hose one of the finest in the village jOoccjeis well satisfied with IoVARICOCELE STRICTURE with Ices enollln14 these rtaaon experimentonrWecureVanicoceleVartcoosIStrloture Kidneys Bladderyoe cure TreatmtpSpbIKHK A 118 YOUR YE yeara twice only you KnLfeomebtadegoodtceI OraICIDcbCbl tfifer tech rupleuloaowWa25ctM rnncb a- TJtttor EnjlljS If Fats Kalf trtpit bett quality t4np atlier1d KIir JPrfl tu two r hais Itrincbrick hutton eupooas COOU M Eta goo4anoS-i As soon as any ono attacked with which are generally the most serious unless Peruna Is taken In all cases nod complete where the ordlnarj nesssllght headacli W and many other sjraVr Itallty Such opifcSwiM once the use of Perunas Wlee5ofl before each meal graditalty Increaalni dose two tsblespoonf Mrs Theophtle Schmltt wife of th ExSecretary of the German consulate writes the following letter to Dr Hart man in regard to Fernak Gentlemen suffered this witttw with severe attack ot grpps4h- aving repeat odly baird of the value of Pe Tuna in such cases thought would try it used faith fully and began to feel change for the better the second day and in the coursootavreek was Tory much Improved but my genoral health was mack bUram satisfied that Peruna Is we ful family remedy and gladly e4oiM U Yours MrsTfceophlleSckMltt Lagrie1septderniocs1rrh Pea nacurescatsrrhwhereerlecSsdss for free Ttator C4a rk bo9 Jc comtilM oar by Ilarlmia oailter wMek MM s4 itractcd wide Mtestloa AiMssaa Dg UartmulC1aabasO Have you Moores poeasi la quired the sweet yonajfiyngs hI think so Miss Ill look la ml uteltepHec1 the clerk In tile OkstorehBy the way herea Inc aew story Jest out Its called Just One Kiss aadItwast MooreIt she interrupted haughtilyrhiiadelphie Frau Y itNo other dinase 1110 rtTaIettt among mcoai Yarleccele As It Interfere llthe nutrition of the sexual orrana It produce emIssions of semen tkroagh tke fC urine decay or tba paint In Ibalolll acblnf In tbe back pondcncy buhlDIcu palpltatloa or 11e heart conllpalloa and of reaalta In complete loss of Manhood Tbouaaad oroDnlr ud ml44lc ayed men are troubled tltb Stricture K yon have to ballets 70 are I U f E All sexual complaints affect tbueerg nah n n the kldnsyt area scores P of dIeaae achiet or weakness oYer the small ot the back tendency to M urinate frequently deposit urine coldness of hand I or fret adroy feeling ta fthe 1 netltct your kldneja Our New Method TrentancaSis trlllranleed So au7 disease these organs or no pay I 29No Names Ud Without Written Ceaa at pO W Rowe of Jaekion Mlcb captI had Ttricecale In the secondary stage two tirlcturet of eiandlng vrat operated on turTerlnK nllderlfolafrreatrot fluillr adilwd to try the New Method Treatment otDrt K it K Tbe enlarged veins ditappeartd In alz weeks tbe atrlctnre tlitne wat la eight weeks Sod my itsual entry and Ita1It returned was man In every respect recommend doctor with my wbolt heart II xYfr a CURES GUARANTEED KO CURE NO PAY 1 II U CINCINNATI OHI- OciK KK KK K K j A W1 8 I a c STAR 1 1L Star tin tags showing small stars printed on under sldo of WVtf Ing presents mentioned bolow and may bo assorted Every man it T1f I F EE wV orADbn S3 NfI H Knife Fork and Spoon H V 3 hilt sit Ir Fat One quad to- Cfa ftUr Wood ripe V hollow ground lIDo iI S3 8 Dotter puto M t Bbtll Ulpls pute belt M 10 lion IteIInI r t I ii Lntcbit Eete Knter J 13 ptwjsIen tu 55 h U but t tricker e tUror tiAaOcIatlOnWheiIQadIlyltOyet k Z1 5tttcuiue11 P I3U 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r- S and LONROC RS Editor FFON 22 s Ole z fIdaya br too Narryord Pea Clllcpoatdu- lred II Hartford postofflce ss mondclass mall molar Hartford Republican FRIDAY PBBRUARY 8 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative AlvisS Ben- att r County Judge Fon Rogers k unty ClerkM S Ragland nnty Attorney M L Heav L Cal P jCcown litfndent James De mas H rlck- vc orJno H Wood nerBen L Davis E Republican primary election luhlenburg county will be held March 2 MRS CARRIE NATION of Kansas is playing the nation with saloons She is undoubtedly the bravest woman L t in America for in the very face of revolvers she deals blows of destruction with her antiealoon hatchet Sho is arrested occasionally but as BOOn as she is loose she brakes for the saloons and deals destruction to liquors and property THE persecution program has been renewed at Frankfort Capt Gar nett Ripley has been indicted and arrested for the assassination of Wm Goebeland it is rumored that many other indictments have been returned It appears that all men who have had the misfortune to visit the littleI mountain capital are responsible fur the death of Wm Goebel from a Franklin coupty grand JUlY point of view but then only 50000 of that 100000 corruption fund baa been spent and that accounts for the new outbrako of persecution IA CULMINATION SEY OUTRAGE c OF THE YOUT Henry E Youtsey was arraigned before Judge Cantrill Tuesday and sentenced to life imprisonment in the State penhentiay for tho assassina tion of Wm Goebe1 Youtrey was rtfd 1u before the most eve c aJu1 that eveTv tUjJliili1 AJtfIrpx The whole court was Goebelizod judge jury and counsel The testimony on which Youtsey was convicted was purchasedand perjured but it was all that a Goebel Democratic jury needed to take from an iuaucent man the liberties which this country guar antees to everyman Since the con viction of Powers and Youtsey two of the prosecutions bought witnesses have given out statements that they were intimidated by threats and mon ey into swearing the lives of innocent andFpant and no mans liberties arc sacred neither are they safe Thu 8100 000 corruption fund is just half expended and another reign of terror will soon be instigated Had Henry Youtsey trI accepted James Andrew Scats bribe and given testimony that v ould have hung Taylor and damnl the Re publican party he would hive been a free man today Who will be the next WeaverAnderson or soaks to explode We await the results of time WHAT THE NEXT LEGISLATURE II 1 MEANS The next Legislature will mean more good to Kentucky should it be composedof the proper factors thanI any legislature has in the lust of a century The State SenatorialI tfiotricts are to be reapportioned thet Legislative districts the Judicial dill dricts and perhaps the Congression al districts besides this important work for the next Legislature a fair and nonpartisan election law is im peritively demanded The cause of all our woes during the past two I years was the infamous Goebel law and the amendment to that law slightly modified it but it is yet offer sive and repugnant jto peace and good governmentThe d to be elected in November will be expected to give ua a fair and honest reapportionment and an impartialand nun rartisan election law besides this muchneeded legislation our school system needs attention At present it is a wretched skeleton an instrument of disgrace and yet it has escaped the attention of those calling themselves law makers for years and years jS3 far at good laws are concerned Kentucky is but a State in infancy The selection of legislators is the one gIvenUttloit is the paramount quejvloa of the h t hour Every legislative district should guard with zealous care the character and ability of those offering for these positions of trust and honor and thus avoid another calamity ua we were forced to submit to under the reign of the present legislature The Repub licans of Ohio county had three ex cellent gentlemen offering their services to the party and State and from this number they selected Mr Alvia S Bennett to represent them at the polls next November and subseduently in the halls of the Kentucky Legisla ture THE KEY TO SUCCESS Last Saturday the Republicans met at the various voting precincts throughout the county and selected their men to fight their battle next fall We hope that every man cast his vote for the men of his choice and ia now ready to join in the fight against the common enemy The men chosen are good men those de featedare equally as good whilst many others in the ranks belong to the same catagory As the family fight has passed and the standard bearers chosen it becomes the duty of all Republicans everywhere to assist in leading the charge against any whom the Democratic party may set up to fight for its cause The success of the Republican party in Ohio county ia largely due to the tenacity and inflexibility of its cham pions to the irresistible charge of the regulars the volunteers the recruits against the frail aud shatteredwreck of Democracy So fellow Republic ans let us take courage in the achievements of the past andmake the victory next November the grandest the noblest and the most sublime in the partys history As we announced in advance of the pri mary we are ready to give the nom inees our unqualified support andwill lead the charge fight in the ranks or join the guerrillas and take the roughas the party demands Had the nominees of Saturday been men other than those chosen they would have received our support just as readily THE REPUBLICAN sees in the cause of the partywhich it champions better policies and more enduring principles than in any other party or sect Therefore the cause of the party ia greater than the cause of any manAs a matter of course the organ of assassination of character at this place was expected to cry ring rulecourt house ring and every thing else re volting to the minds of the countrymen however we trust that thinking men will consider well and not allow allow disgruntled and unreliable jour nalist cause strife or dissension in the party ranks If there ia harmo ny in the ere should be ftTEosta ptsWprfllcanTsra will be as favensible as the legions of Napoleon I Beware of Ointments for Ca tarrh that Contain Murcury As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phys icians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken Internally acting di rectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the gen uine It is taken internally and made in Toledo 0 by F J Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best To the Public Olaton Ky Feb 2 1901 Editors REPUBLICAN I beg to express my profoundest thanks to my many blends who took interest in my campaign lor the nom inatlon for Jailer and to the Republi cans of the county my humble submission to their will and verdict I entered the race hoping to win but since I did not I am now for Thos H Black and all the others who were successful I hold naught against no man but entertain the kindest feel- Ings for every one of my fellow candl dates who plucked the plume It is not manly it occures to me for a defeated man to sulk dnrt bolt and I for one will not but will put on the ar nor and fight for the party nominees The interest of the great party with which we affiliate the great cause for which Kentucky Republicans are struggling demand our assistance regardless of personal feeling in the matter I hope that my twentyone issociates in defeat will join with me now in a long three cheers for our uccessful opponents Again thanking my friends for their kind favors and assuring thef party of my unshaken loyalty I beg to be very truly L L DANIEL To the Republicans of Ohio Co Hartford Ky Feb 7 1931 Since the primary has come and gone and I am one of the unsuccess t ul I wish to thank niy many friends far the inteiest which they took in my race and to say that my opponents treated me kindly and manly and I now have only the kindest feelings for them- I believe our primary was conducted fairly and honestly and now think that those of us who filled should join r L I in the contest for the success of the ticket I am fully convinced that the Republican party is the only hope for the future of our country and we must protect its interests Republican success in the Nation depends up on our success in State and county elections Therefore it behooves us to stand by our nominees As for me I am a Republican from principle not policy and the nights will never get too dark or the roads too long for me to answer the calls for the success of our ticket- I want my friends to be loyal and true ever ready to aid our standard bearers Again thanking my friends for their warm support and hoping that the party will remember me in the future I am yours for the Republican ticket H CLAY YORK DR J W MEADORS Strong Appeal for Party Harmony and Party SuccessA Splendid Letter TRISLKR Kv Feb 3 1901 HHRTFORD REPUBLICAN Will you accept for your column a disinterested elusion or address from a lifelong Republican to one and all of our party who participated either as a candidate or voter in the primary of yesterday on which with many so much depended The battle is over the last gun fir ed yet the smoke and debris is not cleared away To the accomplishment ol this task It Is the duty of every Republican to lend a helping hand Human nature is the same every where the pendulum of human thought feeling or emotion swing ing in the same arc and everywhere defeat embitters its victim against those who were Instrumental bring ing it about We fully know our own feelings wishes aims and aspira tions in becoming a candidate and our claims upon our party for recog sufficlentlforand presented them so often and so earnestly we are doubly inpressed with their worthiness and acceptance Here let us pause and consider a moment and ask ourselves the ques tion what is the real object in hold ing a primary Secondly taking an unbiased commonsense view of the matter what is the duty of those who conduct and vote in conventions and primary elections In answer to the thatjthevery we with which to meet and cr bat the common enemy Availability not favoritism shoats be our motto and leading enVjrt in presenting candi dates We have good men well qualified and true to principle and party yet as In the case of some of our officials especially our sheriff in the discharge of his official duties they are often compelled to do some thing which drives from them irret rlevablyand for all time many of their own party I have in mind one case yes and more than one wherein one of the best officials our party ever elected in discharging his whole duty and to meet all obligations was compelled to make numerous levies which made enemies by the score while offi dials in the surrounding counties drifted along in the old slipshod way exposing securities to financial ruin yet continued to swim in popu lar favor What must be done in such canse A common enemy watching Jar a vul nerable point in our candidates rec ord it does seem that good policy would dictate to the rank and file that they select some equally good men whose record cannot be assailed and who has made no enemies in our own ranks however anxious and however conscious ofduty performed an exof Sclal may be that the party may have un its hands as a candidate subject to convention or primary- Ifwe would float our banners if we solidify our strength if we expect to escape in future the wrongs heaped upon Its in the last four years by vie tory at the polls we must select our roost available material as I trust we have done In this county then laymen rank and file defeated candi dates one and all should cast aside very feeling of resentment and do everything in their power that is honorable for the success of the whole ticketRepublicans I as an old soldier in the ranks one who has lelt the pangs if defeat in the house of his friends is well as at the polls without ever a thought of avenlng loyalty to his party beseech you to stand firm and work from now until next November Remember the wrongs we have endured end let this if nothing higher nerve your arm to the combat- If your favorite candidate went down in the primary take a brothers avorlte to your bosom and work tor him In our own humble district we lost one but saved one which is enough or us and we are satisfied notwithstanding the one lost we know to have Feen an excellent official and we felt hat he deserved an indorsement We iccept his successful rival and shall vork as faithfully for his success as vc would have done for our old rella surveyorAgain to one and all to do your whole duty J W MEADOR Educate Tour Howeu with Catcareta foreverteoaia i I I t FIRST DEFEAT Mrs Nations Latest Smashing Tour Comes to a Sudden End r Continues Defiant and Says She Will Wreck all the Joints In Toyeka NOT DOWNCAST AT HER FAILURE I TOPEKA KAN Feb 5MrsCarr- le Nation last evening met the first defeat in her saloon smashing career Later at the police station she laugh Ingly declared that it was by no means her Waterloo and she would soon again be at her chosen work With six women each armed with bright new hatchets she hud started out to wreck a restaurant on Bast Sixth street that also dispensed liquors Before she conld wield her hatchet Mrs Nation was disarmed and a free for aU struggle between restaurant people and her wreckers was begun The greatest excitement prevailed for a time during which numerous eyes were blackened and many noses made to bleed Mrs Nation herselt unable to act compllsh anything shouted orders to her followers to re begin the on slaught But the hatchet brigade had become stampeded and not an other hand was raised against the obnoxious restaurant Mrs Nation was led away to the station on n charge of disturbing the peace and was followed by jeering crowd Mrs Nation took her determination to raid the restaurant very suddenly She made up her mind in five minutes A group of women had gathered in the United Presby tearian church to plan for a raid this morning when Mrs Nation decided to go out imme dlately and show how she could smash a joint- Surrounded by half a dozen women all armed with hatchets Mrs Nation led the way down Kansas Avenue She was followed by thousands of people who tramped behind her in the deep snow shouting like a mob Mrs Nation had no hatchet She stopped at a store and bought one The procession went on until the restaurant was reached Then the women heeded by Mrs Nation had warned the proprietors thatehe would raid the place if they did not stop selling liquor and they were prepar ed for her attack The hatchet was jerked from Jner hand ty wstont mVt and the women were forced back rA firce fight followed between the restaurant men and Mrs Nations defenders For a quarter of an hour they struggled in the streets while the mob yelled encouragingly to Mrs1 Nation Many personal encounters took place Eyes were blackene4aa noes made to bleed The police seemed without power to stop Finally In despair they arrested Mrs Nation and took her to jail The crowd followed her and the restau rant was left unharmed Mrs Nation was not injured During all the fierce struggle that went on in the street while women and boys were knocked down and trampled on and the crowd was shout ing at the top of its voice Mrs Nation never lost her presence of mind The hatchet was jerked from her hands but that did not disturb her She appeared surprised but smiled and called to the women Ladies you are armed If you cant get to the place throw your hatchets through the windows But the women were too demoralized to obey her They had not her presence of mind Mrs Nation was led away between two big police officers She was not downcast at her lack of success and laughed when spoke jestingly to herAt the police station Mrs Nation was formally charged with disturbing the peace and her name was entered on the docket The police judge was at the station Mrs Nation refused to go to his room to aee him regarding her offense but insisted that he come to her which he did Mrs Nation was informed that she would have to report for trial at the police court and was then released on her own recognizance She declares that she will smash all the joints of the city and she will stay here long enough to accomplish this purpose if it takes mouths AT IT AGAIN Topeka Kan jFeb 5 Mrs Na tlon Started on the warpath again at an early hour this morning being on the streets at 4 oclock She smashed two saloons before the police inter ferred when she was arrested and hustled off to jail again She says she will repeat the performance until there is not a saloon left In Topeka Hobbled into Mr Blackmons drug store one evening says Wesley Nelson of Hamilton Ga and he asked me to try Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism with which I had suffered for n long time I told him I had no faith in any medicine as they call failed He said Well II Chamberlains Pain Balm does not help you you need not pay for it I took a bottle of it home and used it according to the directions and in one week I was cured and have not sine been troubled with rheumatism Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Obituary Died at her home near Della Feb ruary the and 1901 of catarrhal pneumonia Mrs Charlotte J wile of Sam G Wallace She leave a husband and two children to mourn her loss together with a boss of relatives and friendsKindred dear your loved ones gone She whom you had loved so well Gone tothat land of purest rest With the angels there to dwell Do not vainly weep and wish To have her back again But rather in ybur hearts be glad That ebe is done wlth tare and pain She has left her earthly home A home by loved ones given Bid adle to friends below To meet with friends in heaven A DEVOTED Nincn How Are Your Nerves If they are weakand you feel nervous and easily flustrated cant sleep and rise in the morning unre freshed your blood is poor Strong nerves depend upon rich nourishing blood Hoods Sarsaparilla makes the nerves strong by enriching and vitalizing the blood It gives sweet refreshing sleep and completely cures nervous troubles Begin taking it to day Nausea indigestion are cured by Hoods Pills t Friends be Loyal and True Ahout two months ago I announc ed myself a candidate for Jailer In the hope that I would be successful but with a full knowledge that only one out of the list of candidates for that office could have his hopes gratified nave made a fair and honest fight and have been defeated I am now ready to give Mr Black my earnest support and assurance that I will do everything in my power to land him safely together with everyone of the men nominated last Saturday Friends of Republicanism be loyal and true to those men chosen Saturday to be Wit standard bearers during the fall campaign Boys lets have harmony and with it success It at any future time the party needs my services I shall hold myself ever ready to obey the call Yours very truly- L W HUNT Called off Session of Court Grayson KYI Feb 6 There is an epidemic ofsmallpox raging in this section of the State and it seems solar very little effort has been made to control it Circuit Judge Kinner has called off the February term of the Elliott Circuit Court and steps are now being taken to have a postpone went of the Mrrh term nt tie carter CiiuU court on account of the small pox here Several new cases have been reported in the last week When you want a physic that Is mild and gentle easy to take and pleasant in eflect use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25c For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m In Memory OHlttle Zida Cox the babe of Mr and bits G WCox She departed this life January 2ist igor God in his wisddm saw fit to call her home and she is a bright and shining angel in the land of glory She was 13 months old She was a bright eyed babe would sing in batty form her sweet voice will be missed by her parents Her grandpa Mr J W Cox never had the trial of giving up a darling babe but Zida was the next to his own for he had been with her he past five months and she was a great pet with all the family We extend our sympathy to her bereaved patents and a large number of rela tives D D rALiIN 1 Docs this illus trate enceAnd are YOU wor HAIRfled you for are soon to be bald Then cease worry ing for help is at hand You need something that will theI1You foodsuch as you- rCXpcri yerMaur ior3It brings health to the hair and the fall ing ceasestalways restores color to gray hair You need not look at thirty as if you were fifty for your ray hair again all the dark rich of youth liOObottl All druntet I am a barber tnr trade and han TourJlalfwill do TerTthlnf tbat you claim for II It has Kitrtn me moat complete utUractlon in taf bust ass Humr J OEOBOE March 22 1699 Kaaaa City Mo wNfb Doors I It ita set obtain alt the benefit TOO expected rrom the me of laVigor welt Donor shout It Addceii DR J 0 AVER Lowell rrao A NEW VERSION OF OLD KEN lUCKY HOME The sun shines bright on my old Ken tucky home The voters are borzy and gay The Rye is ripe anl the Bourbon is in bloom And the shotgun make music all the day The stone jug rises to kiss the wilt- Ing mouth And the upturned eyes gladly play On the solt blue skies of the sunny sunny South And my old Kentucky Home far away Put a shirt of mail underneath your Sunday coat Wear an armor plate under your vest That is the safest way when a mangoes out to vote And the Goebel gang is there to protest Oh theres gay old times when elec tions come around The sextons spade stabs the Dark and Bloody Ground In my old Kentucky Home far away The black smoke pours from the chimney of the still The flagrance of corn is in the bretze It rises up until tears of angels spill And the man In the Moon has to sue Ye The Red Dod shines in the bottle on the shelf The sunbeams around it play When you throat gets dry pull the cork and help yourself In my old Kentucky Home far away The lend man hides in the corner of a fens And waits for a shot at his foe Then the loemann soul goes a kitln to the hence To the land where they dont shovel snow The coroner comes to investigate the death And jags np comfortably gay And the verdict is that he die I for want of breath In my old Kentucky Home far awayWeep more my lady Weep no more today Because thing have changed in my Old Kentucky Home In my old Kentucky Home far away Lexington Herald QUARTERLZ REPORT OP THB Fordsville I Banking Co At the Close of Business on the 31st Day of December 1900R- ESOURCES Loans and discounts less loan toDirectors 7091206 Overdrafts unsecured 4 79245 Due Irom Na Bk 114 254 46 Due from Trust Cos a4254 46 Banking House and Lot 1450 oo Specie 6284 oo Currency 182547 Ex lor Clearings 567 07 8676 54 Furniture and Fixtures 96100 Current ex last Quarter 71155 Total 10175806 LIABILITIES Capital Stuck paid in I IS looco Surplus fund 24 97 Undivided profits 160682 Deposits si ject to check on which in not palo 4649190 Time certlfkats of dept on which in is paid 38534 37- 85na627 Total Iror 758 c6 STATE OP KENTUCKY COUNTY OP OHIO J 88 Jno T Smith Jr President bt Foidsvlle Banking Co a Bank located and doing business on Hartford streit in the town or Furdsville Ky in said county being duly 8woinsaya that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condi tton of the said Bank at the close of business on the uttday of Decem ber 1900 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business Of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not eltea hue and that the above repeat Is made in compliance with an official notice Irons the Secretary ol State designating the 3 lh day of December 1900 as the day on which such repot t shall be made Subscribed and sworn to I efjre me by Jno T Smith Jr President the 3rd day ol January 1901 In C ADAIR N POCKyi JMJ P SMITH Piesulent IKSC A DMR Dlnctnr I U COOPRR Je SMITH Jrh iEstray Notice Talieii ups nn rtitray by Like Sh ear living i eur the mouth offlar neWs creek near Ht flirt in Ohlo cou ty Ky on the 5th day of Janus ry onr red heifer about two years old havlig a white spot on her breast and the switch of her tail white but having no other marks and which Peter Smith and myself have apprais ed t 17 IK Seventeen Dollars Witness my hind this 15th day of ofJinuary 191 26t4 B F GRAVES J P O C lkSipecialShoesa 1 nod Net 5S- tunpxllnShu Anchor Shoe j ksln- kQueen C + Bee 4 Amy sinty Heres ac ac iJFootwear Where WeShoes that please the eye and fit the feat what you want Get Together Weve Got f Em YOU WANT SHOES all styles Toot Kid and WETVE GOT SHOES v Vesting Tops Tan and Black tLATESTFAMOUS ST LOUIS SHOES MADEs 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Msh knit ST LOWS Mi ViQRMSl PILEla WrRTESCREAM alk tFir 20 tars l1ui teat an InTll Tn al1 i Yet DRVGoaZ8t1O1Npue4 It Louie 4 J- c 9 t Attention Ladies tc ru Wo linvo just received our Spring lino of tho celebrated It G Corsets winch is tho best known 2and niost widely advertised Corset in America to j sctlay Wo have thorn in iho long medium and I short waist also tho straight front ht CAHSON ciinfined riiicut No 121 extra long waist made of jean with long front bust black and to J2 This cut represents tho straight front A that I I today is meeting with more C success than riny Corset heret- ofore4 put upon market iL It is nwd of English sateen S forlb ApceDt Miss and This cut Nursing medium waist with sateen front hook steels oath side easy 8120519 30 100 4c This represents short leiigh Coutille with Kitocn sffps 12 iiiclies long I TTo si do steals s trimmed top and Itott m with English and drawing ribbon very sup 1j1i onctidnjrtcl t6 j in sizes 1 rj fIf p r i1 44i11d L J tJrg thnJt have a few and Jackets that Vo nro soiling regardless of LTho must go NOW your chance securo n garment CHEAP FAIR COJHEJFAIRJEALERS f i Hartford Republican j FRIDAY FEBRUARY A I i Iflnola Contra RallroadTlmo cJTnblovf Ltim card Uiln teflect Snadaj Dee S 1to11 DOOD hound knuiti Houdd lcCo uSdalrram No 121 dUOaJlh m No 101 due sW pm- NolS2daolsnpm JhJIUdaIII m JorlrsklVu I I due 7GOm 41 NolWdie 2fO pm nfAJII Mr J A idtrO J It k 1 I st Mrs C M Barhett Is S qLte ilclcbl I S I ppe aefl ladlea Hldgloyes t 85 centsq e Co tltelSingerto r room with la Ijr- jitt Lonbville Is Davis Centretown II epUhlfcah office Tneatlay F M Tavlor Pnntiii m de y j1ati Clll cJ ilessrs R B Maitfa S- LTcKinneY tCxamwelJ to CM I Wednesday r JL u U Geo Sbrewsbvrsr color icvj ar ilnltHllItrou viBd CQBterits I v I 4 I yue4oUrIdy II represents tho h famous heavy sateen strips 15 inches in colored i 1sii white sizeslO 30 PRICE 85CENTSI Corset tho busti 1 represents tho R G Corsets tmade of s hcayy5di1l strips 14 inches long in four clasps two nido wi + of adjustment Conies in white to PRICE rit tho lace etoiit Udfes Cofties white Dont wq Capes out former prices is to I GOOD pernince WWf pUDUCANa called Mr Allen Anderson has purchared the Barrett property from Mr G B Likens and has moved into same The musical recital given at thes college han Monday night by Miss Carrie Woerpera class was highly enjoyed by all who attendedo We still have a lot ot odds and ends inllqe Fine shoes that were 3 to i 5Prpalr Your choice for too a- Sizes ala 6 CARSON Co Stop at the Commercial Hotel Uartt lordKy The best of fare Rates reasonable Your patronage solicited L 0 J WILLIAMS Propr iiAgekUcwanted at once in jtnch town to handle Scotts Inhaler nest seller out Big profits Ada diess C box 31 Centeftown Ky LOOK LQOKI For the next enbdays I will sell secondhand machines from 5 up CabIGROSS WitUAMS Agcrtf A netot cilhllIfor men Iud latlltthe newest MfluR onlhr market all slzrs I4to 17 In mrns 13 to 14 in Isadies CARSON accoI MrSm Wall iio i atSrda died Saturday1 and was burled Sun dfDt the Bernard Ktaveyard funerals rvicva were conducted by Rev Joe A Beifnett We caa stattayonng man or lady la the Southern Ibratal College at Bowling Greg tj Call and geour sciblarsfiip and go to fth ivv v KrvCharlleOveirCN ofSmallhous leathlschottMBiid contents by fire fatt Friday sfgli loUse and cok tents a total loIj wlthoaf aayrmi slnance I f rWHATS IN A HAHE1 Bmofli Plalir ti Ptlns MtttW theWeltrency They were at stable aa golll their yiarTheaaTDonymforhonMty It WM entreat mil our PorousPlalterremedy Torit la a does ti4U4bestblpZaataPor edy la available Beniona Flaater la used almoet aa a matter of course BenioDa Plaster quickly rellerea and cures where other modes of treatment art gooeffectkidney trouble rheumatism Lime backI etc are at one benefited and soon cured Capsicum Strengthening and Belladonna plasters haTe none of the curative Tlrtnes ot Bensons More than 6000 physician DensonePlutermay have Implicit confidence while In a compantlTe eat other plasters Ben sons has reolyed jfftft AlgAtd award ImitationsFor theVeiledBeabnry k Johnson Mfg Chemist NY Mrs John Thomas Sunday School class will give an entertainment at Mrs Pete Thomas this evening Forget not purses for its to be i candy pulling boys Proceeds are for the Baptist church On account Mardi Gras celebration New Orleans February 14 to 29 the I C R R will sell round trip tickets at rate of one fare for the round trip Fare from Beaver Dam Kys8oo Tickets on sale February 12 to 18 final return limit March 7 1901 On account of Presidential Inauguration ceremonies at Washington DCIHtuch 4 round trip tickets will be sold Irom Beaver Dam Ky to Wash J ington DC and return at rate 1915 for round trip Tickets sold March i 2 and 3 good lor return until March 9 S B VANMETER Agt I Mr Wm T Woodward died at theJ residence of his nephew Mr Wm Woodward near MeRcury Saturday and was buried at Beds Sunday afternoon Uncle Blllle was 87 years J old and bad been very feeble for S 1acumb to the weight of years On account of General Missionary Conference M E Church South at New Orleans La April 24 to 30 tickets will be sold at rate ot one fare for the round trip 1800 Tickets on sale April 22 23 and 24 good for return until May aeS B VANMBTBR Agt Mrs M P Taylor diet at her res idebcr near Cromwell lost Friday of pneumonia She was only sick a sbott time when called to answer the final summons She was the daughter of Rev George Gordon of Cool Springs Her remain were Interred cat theCool Springs cemetery Satur daywfDr A F Ltanley late a phyJc1ant of the Hopkinsville Asylum soon locate in Hartford Dr Stanley is a- very successful and promising youngg c phytiician of ten years will easily take front rank in his pro- efBloD Nothing more commeDdBbteCI can be said of him than that he was aa hunt stucenthMr E L Herring died Wednesday alter several weeks of Intense suffer ing from nervous prostration and la grippe Some years ago he sustained a paralytic stroke which had been It source ol much annoyance to the fam fly Funeral services were conducted at the residence yesterday mornlup by Rev J N Jarnagln Biter which the remains wete interred at the Mt Carmal cemetery near Buford Mr Herring was one of the towns best citiiens and his absence will be great ly felt by the community 0Dr Will King who was stricken with paralsis about Christmas died at his home near Paradise Tuesday lIt seemed to improve until about two w weeks ago when a change f r thelworst came Dr King had recently Z graduated from a dental college and was building up a good practice when down lIe was a member in high standing in the Masonic and K P fraternities and was burled by those rders at Hopewell Wednesday Master Ivan son of ex Senator C Slade Taylor who was accident shot in the head about three ilweeksthought to have a winning chance forII recovery He was for several daysf unconscious but has regained sciousness Since consciousness has returned he related the circumstances i his mysterious wounding He says he a watching a rabbit in a thicket nd when II came into view aimed at it anti now thinks he shot He saysS hat his gun kicked him thirty ut has no recollection of bearing the repoitoot the gun The shot gunZ hich he was aiming to fire ound loaded by his side This Is- vidence that he was accidentally shotS by another His recovery from such dangerous wound will be one of the most remarkable cases ou record and will give high ranks to the physicians who treat himpS Hoods PillsAre prepared from Na tures ativesiand I while gcntle und clfi nt Theytl Rouse ffioUver t Cure Sick Headache Bil to iousness Sour Stomach and Constipation Sbld everywhere 250 per box lreparedbCL oodCorowelJjaH b J THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY A Splendid Success Orderly and Peaceful Every Where Lest Saturday was Republican primary election It was a new expert ment for the party but was a magni ficent success end as fair and impartial as was ever held Prom the hour of opening till the hour of closing came the freest thinkers of earth the rank and file of the Republican party were constantly stampplng their choice for standard bearers of their great partyThe result of the primary was as followsFOR REPRESENTATIVE Alvis S Bennett received 1222 W P Render Sr 65 I G S Fllzhogh 196 FOR COUNTY JUDGE Pon Roger received 1031 Ed MBssleII 214 R R Wedding II 1027 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK M S Ragland received 1557 D M locker 735 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY U L Heavtlu received 1585 John T RoneII 274 John P MortonII 27 8 FOR SHERIFF Cal P Keown received i999 FOR SURVEYOR John H Wood received 769 Nathaniel Moxley 683 FOR CORONER Ben L Davis received 879 John Willis 438 FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT ames DeWeese received Ii6Henry Leach 718 FOR JAILER Thomas II Black received 930 4W Hunt 311 no W Simpson 33 Loyd Fool 121 Peter LanderII 320 Roses Shown 186 Wat Stevens 88 A PltrkIt 137 L Daniel 138 FOR ASSESSOR Frank Lowe received 687 L Berry Loney 600 osepbT Cox 232 H Clay York 400 Geo W Egan 216 Total vote cast at primary a 456 Twenty five hundred ballots were ast by so many of the best men oi the county and truthfully it can be said that more Intelligent voting was never done Less spoiled bal Iota and less votes were lost than has ever been in any election since the secret ballot has been in use Notwithstanding the very bad wetth r and the grippe epidemic at least 75 per cent of the partys lull strength as polled Had the weather been air and the general health normal would have been three thousand of votes polled To all this must show that the gallant le ions of Ohio county Republicans that fought so gloriously lor the cause f free government in 99 and 390 re still mounted lull Iq battle array nd that they are determined that- ostilities shall never cease so long us the will of the majority is disobey ed With the closing of the polls the Interest grew Crowds assembled at every telephone station to hear the peoples verdict and to learn ol their friends success A better class of candidates never came before the peo ie than those who were before the last primary and as a result an excel lent ticket was elected What would you dull taken with colic or cholera tnoibns when your physician Is away from home ant1 the drag stores are closed Alter onr uuch emergency you will always keep Chamberlains Colic Choltra and Diarrhoea Remedy in your home but hy wait until the horse is stolen be you lock the stable For sale by Wayne Griffin Bro m College Notes The lady evangallst Mrs Woosley conducted General Exercises Monday morning We were glad to have Mrs Woosley with us Mr Worth Wade and wile Bnford Messrs E O Cottrell city H L Morris Sulphur Springs and Miss Riley city were pleasant via tora at Ex Monday morning Master Groesie Williams is absent rom school on account of sickness Miss Zilla Null was a welcome via tor at Ex Tuesday morning Miss Irene Miller is in school again after a few days absence Mr Ellis Mitchell visited his par nts at Sulphur Springs Saturday and- unday The following students have ma- riculated since onr last report Misses unia Moseley Frankle McDonald and Messrs Eugene Kimbell C B m th and William Park DBULAH Rich warm healthy blood is given by Hoods Sarsaparllla and thus coughs colds and pneumonia are revented Take it npw stC- ard of Tbanks Fordsville Ky Feb 7 1901 To the Republicans ol Ohio ccnnty am profoundly thankful to my any fiends for the interest which took in ay race fomthe nomina ion for Assessor and beg to Assure them that I will be ohljanxious repay their kindness 71it oppo nenls treated rae with due courtesy and I now have only the beet wishes lor them I want my friends to stand y our nominees sad be ever ready to r 0- JiiJ at A little Spark Nay Make Much WoM The Me spufa of bid Stood lurking in the system should be quenched With Hoods SarstpAriH Americas great blood purifier Ii purifies vitalizes And enriches the blood ofteth sexes andaUges Cures scrofuU sat rheum dyspepsia catarrh cdi8aaftaiti lend them a helping hand I am for the whole ticket and hope that every other excandidate and his friends will be and lend all possible aid With kindest regards to all who assisted me and those who were my opponents I 2m very truly Geo W Egan Frequently accidents occur in the household which cause burns cuts sprains and bruises For use In such cases Ballards Snow Liniment has lor many years been the constant fa vorite family remedy Price 250 and Soc Sold by J H Williams m Mm Martha Johnson Fordsville died Wednesday morning at the res idence of Mr Sam Gaines La grippe and old age were the causes of her death She lived in Hartlotd with Mr A L Mortons family fourteen years but for the put two years had been living with MrGilns Funeral ervlces were conducted by Rev DI- F Lawherns Her remains were buried at Fordsville cemetery Wed I nesday afternoon Danger of Colds arid La Grippe The greatest danger from colds and la grippe is their resulting in pnen j monla If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy is taken all danger is avoId4 ed Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for these diseases we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneu monia which shows conclusively that it is a certain preventive of that dangerous malady It will cure a cold or an attack of la grippe in less time than any other treatment life pleasant and safe to take For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m LUOK AHT1TCII IJf TIHK Bare nine ilDgbeaTonlenewlniproTed tact- plsasnt taken In enrlj Bprlng and fall pro rents ChUli Dengue and Malarial Ferrn Acts on the flyer tones up the sjeten Better tbaa Quinine Guaranteed try It At DrnggUtsJOo and 1100 bottles 38Wt Bablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is no panacea but is recommended for Plies only These it will cure Price i Soc in bottles tubes 75c For aale by J H Williams m r Marriages Mr R A Miller HaynesviJIe to Miss Bertha M ftlarlow Haynesvlllei Date of marriage ftbrnary 3 1 Mr Joseph C Westerfield Pleasant Ridge to Mrs Annie Boon Pleasant Ridge Dateolmarriage February 6 Mr Isaac Schroader Jingo to Miss Eva Wright jingo Date of marriage February 5 Mr tee Wilson Rochester to Miss Sabre Davenport Rochester Date of marriage February 5 Mr J A Hudson Select to Miss Mary McSherry Horton Date of marriage February 10 Mr W W Pirtle Htflln to Miss Etta McCotmlck Hartford Date ol marriage February 5 Mr W S Calhoon Maxwell t Miss Edna Hlpsley Livermore Date of marriage Feb 7 Mr Henry B Pearce Render to Miss Rosa May Maddox McHeney Date of marriage February 8 ADABURG KY Feb 5 There are fewer candidates nOR Imagine ban there were some days ago- Thegrip has ttlll got a tqueese on some of us yet Mr P Leonard Sanderfnr of near pleasant visitor to our lliortonwas last week E White Is quite sick- I at this writing Miss Ella Dickens ol Whltesvllle who has been visiting relatives in thisI community for several days has returned I Mrs home C F Westerfield who has I bcensuffering very much from a cancer improving some since having oftI and family of Nar in this community Li HUNG CHANO e pBoat for the Bowels No matter what ails you headache to a canctr you will never gtt well until your bowels are put right CAS withIoutural movements costs you just 10 cents to start retting your health back CASCARETS Candy Cathar tic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet has C C C stamped on ft Beware of imitations If you want to go to school cheap we can tart you in by selling you a scholarship in the West Kentucky Seminary at n discount Write us or call at our office I l1w Are Year Kldaeye T- Dr flobbtUptagus Pilla care all kidney Ilia Bans Cls tree Add Sterilej Itemed Co Cnlcaxc or NY TaylorHocker I Mr Carl M Taylor ot near Prentis and Miss Ollie Ilccker of near Beaver I Dam will be mauled at the residence t of the bride the aoth of this month The groom to be is a very pleasant unassuming genteel young man bay ing chosen for his occupation that inviable calling the farm He is lone of our boyhood schoolmates whose friendship we have long cher ished and appreciated The bride to be Miss locker is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs J D Hocker a very charming and cultured young lady This happy and deserving young couple have our very best wishes for a life lull of bliss and joy as God in tended for those oi such congenial dis positions consumplion is destruction of lung bya growing germ precisely aj mouldycheese is destruction ofcheese by a growing germ If you kill the germ you stopthe consumption You can or cant accordingto when you begin Take Scotts Emulsion of OUi Biven Oil tkWittlc at nrstr It acts as a food it is the easiest food Seems not to be food makes you hungry eating is comfortable You grow strong 1he genuine as moretskcnot too much enough is as muchas you like andagrees with you Satisfy hunger with usual food whatever you like and agrees with you When you are strong again have recovered your strengththe germs are dead you have killed them If you havo not tried It sond for sample Its agrooablo tasto will surprise you SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St Now YorK 60c and 100 all druggists u CATARRH Catarrh J1 become such a common disease that a entirely free front this disgusting complaint seldom met with It Is customary to speak of Catarrh as nothing more serious than a bad a simple Inflammation of the nose and throat It w in fact a complicated and very dangerous disease if not at first it very soon becomes so bythethe general clrcu allan Is carded to all systemSalves I are unsatl factoryandclisappolntiugbecausc they do not the seat the troible S S does It cleanses the blood of the poison and eliminates front the ayatetit oil catar- rhal secretions and thus cures thoroughly and permanently the worst cases I I11r T A Willhnu a Seeding dryolloodmul client of Siwrianlnirir 1I cwrltr I had a seveie ciectnnsat CatnrrlT with sll the illMEreeable effects belong to that dlfeaie whichmake life painful and unendurable I usedniedlclnea preirrlbed by ludliiK pliraklan and iiirzetfl nuntliers 01 friends Lot without retting any better I then began to take S S 8 It lad the deilred effect cud cured me fr tkl Iahrr 8P 8 Ii the only III effect a mU1 sssbottles is the only purely veg etable purifier kiiovni and greatest of all blood medi cines and tonics IC OU have Catarrh dont wait untUlt- becomes deepseated and chronic but be gin at once the use of S S S and send for our book ou Blood and Skin Diseases and write our physicians about your case THE SWIFT SPECIFIC co ATLANTA CA THE PROCLAMTIONFOR KING REX baring been lured It now remains for hlllloralI subjects throughout the land to proceed to the Fentlre Ittr o- fNew Orleans it nd pity tribute to Ills MaJeBtrjr by partlclpnt InKln the IUylll nf MARDI GRAS hlrn for the year IM1 will be held on February 19 For this occasion thI1LUNaI BNTnALRRII Company phIl wll tickets on tertian dates to Sew Orleans from station on its line at One e for the Round Trip Your local ticket agent will tell you the dates ot sale upedBc rates andllmltaof three Mardi Urea tickets Hot Springs V RKAKSAS VIA MEMPHIS ThA hieeI ca rreerratIontiaebW eeenred Irom Cincinnati snteSnnaTllle Ylathe Illnola Central to Slot Spthui Memphl un ItaNew Orleans Limited learlS ISlolaaaUdaUJ at 00p m lont tlll at rcKthlnr Ho Springs 816 the next alteriiooi It e 5 Inlnmn eleepln ear and free mlutai Clnelnnntl to nnd ilAeptng iff una ifThronchTitle tq lint Hpnnfncnn alio be Menredon b- KIIIIInlaJl1DrlnDUIIII n mllnf Ixinlit nIle 1101 p ra dlljr arrivIng nt HotHprlnin I tM the nest mornlnv Slwi lnar car from Cin cinnati aUo coach from IxinUTllle to Ueinphln Sleeping ear MemphIs to Slot tprlngs Dining car aerrlce enmnte A special folder ot this new service aa well IM tall partlenlara concerning the aUore can be had ot agents ot tie Illinois Central and eonnectlnK 11Dm W A KILLOJD AII I A Lonlnrllle A It lUmqi Uen1 1aur Agent ChIcago BEST FORTHE BOWELSI theboseievydayopen an he well aorco tbeibvpeof violent phyite or pill polou la OIDIIIIbOellCANDY CATHARTIC YSADI MARS RtaiartMto DoooodPlevert3ickenfor free ampe and booklet Oil health Addreu kne R4j rep7 hireg IisI I w Tee in KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN ATTENTION Remember that your horses wijl rnystabieJood1 have the beet wheat grower iu the world the Gtiaun Bear Fertilizer Your patronage Is earnestly solicited Kespj John GKeown HAHTFORD JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY eolleeUoamtIDgiabouMt U OBtv north ilile pablle 1aISUrCKVSUOHTII KNOWlMn 4Aje n mTMiln tbeRontb prorei llngbes Tonic a great remedy lor Chills and all Malaria Ferere lletter thin Quinine Ooaranteed try t AtlirngRliU COtnnd 1100 bottles SMt he sei 6l Y Pnblbhed 1nD410rALLradnleth TwiceaWeek wyr jjCourieraI The equal of many liallle and the aoperlor ol all other eemiweekllea or weeklle leaned Wed needay end Satnrdajr 101 eopiaTtar sad yon Bet It for only 100 A YEAR 1The Ysbneeday Isaac I derated to Neva silt terstheeturday Uene b deroteil to Home lIstnten A liberal qnimlMlon to Agents Sample eopleacheerfaUjreentfraetonll who will aakfor them Write to COUIlIKnJOURXAL CO LontaTllle Icy DjrRiwclil Arrangements jroa can get TilE BE IUIILICAN and the TwlceaWeek CourierJournal Bothoneyenrforonly- TsIsforcnch a JaWrlpUon only All sub erlptlone nader this combination offer omit be rent through TilE ItKIfllUCAV tiMes Rough River Telephony Company racosrouTiD Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phonestind build your own lines and talking distance with tile whole county and business ner Roughllir iJU dteW ifa 0 AtJI ate llaftfqrd K for particulars We conned with all Independent Companies pn44 d4Irrrrsrrsa COW PEAS 2 SOJA BEANS Iare two of the matt b fsrtn rs an sow for 6 and Ulher soil Improving seasonable prolltableCtOPg F are tired Corn MllldSorghum or Cane C Corn liuckwbeat Rsps Etc We carry the Largest and Beet coU y lection ol Seeds In the Central Welt andIC OUR CATALOGUE tint full Infor a niation about all crops and will be Stalled FREBprorldldgYou mention this 1 bend us a list tie Seeds you need C nnd well quote low p Ices Wood SDStCC 8EUDMMJJN C LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY LA3JwLatOSXORXBean Us- Blgnstars lii Kind Yos Hzi Abs5 OisM 111o- t uI Bowling Green Business College Southern Normal School II tTW9 SEPARATE SOHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGRMRNT 1000 STUDENTS WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE DURING THE SPRING OF 1901 Vo give abOVe an excellent picture of the hnndsoino nOW CoUogo building which tho citizens of JUowling Green built for our Instructions It is tho finest school structure in tho South Bo uro and mention course wanted when you write Catalogues and Journals free Address j s EC3aOI3C3E3ElIleGVeia3 BQwiixlg reep0 I S aa 1 i1 Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has bcca in uso for over 30 years has homo the slgnatnro o- fc29r and has been made under his per sorin supervision sinco Its Infancy Allowno ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and 41 Justasgood nro but Experiments that trlflo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment pWhat is CASTORIAJi Oostorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops anti Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphino nor other Narcotlo substance Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fovcrlhncss It cures Diarrhoea and AVliid i Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach anti Bowels giving healthy anti natural sloop- S Tub Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend cI CASTORIA ALWAYS 1 l Ynoars tho Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMCCotfffTAUH COMMNT TV MUMHAT STUIt MCW VOR CITT J FIELD SONSOS = r =T- otTRANSFER LINEsxvrc= cArFonc A AVI cAor BARPEw 3BL75T A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED r uuu uou VVORMsl WHITES Most b QuntZtt QulIIy For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Rimtdiis BOX xnr AX XJ DnTrGroxarrsPrepared bT 4 JAMEG F BALLARD St Louis 1 A BOON TO MANKIND DR C H lw w- S I CUREvcnm A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F BU1ARD Sola Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS iiI A BUSINESS DHTM rto young or 100jwoman would This being d It In of flint Importance to Tour tralulng nt school that In rerj front rnttk IIe She Sryanl 8 Stratton Easiness College c== ro 2 CT o IIOOIUEIIliOTELEonAIIJY SIILTIIANI o wbo Svtn Url n1 tPIUbfl enib onp ft spcIat In hi i line a II uf thin nchunl nre prefrtred bY buMumii houne Wrl r d1 V Thrureother thool thnnonri but none that tan- S ofierutr CilllS it I New Smith Nos 6226 The No 0 takes paper 1 8H inches wide and writes lines 1 6 Inches long The No5 takes paper 1 1 inches wide and writes lines 9H inches long These new machines essential mechanical principles the same I equaled as Models Nos 2 3 and 4uaI Writs for Printed Matter Fr- eenTffkQrfflnierI wtiiui1er CO CREA- MVERMFUCEJlHII TAESLERS BUCKEYE PILE EDUCATJONIsobnolnttl win 0011110 ma Itt the tand the 1odtopllnllt10IIlIlon pn Premiers In arc the man 412 Walnut Street Cincinnati UhioJ CottonBeltlarge revolving arm chair with plenty or space around you you can enjoy as much freedom and ease IS you please If you are a smoker you will enjoy the large smoking room with its arm chairs and couch The ladles will delIght in the splendid ladles lounging I room with its lounge and Inviting arm and Its roomy dressing room adjoining You can have your meals In this car at any hour i you want them order most anything you want from a porterhouse youpleaseTlieCottonfleltla tbadlreet linetoTexa ItstritnsrunthzoebfroznCaln and MemplIi to Toxu Itbout change Direct connections are mad at Its WIflIouo for rJl parts of hse Ind1anTerrttor Oklbom and the har West willteUjpuwiIyourtkjtaneetIon aud Will scielrou an interesting little booklet Ml tllPII TH- Ui4twatccIl M sura Ill ALL 11 lcOcoo Trsv ur AtlUST WUtt MO ais ctai I Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8 THE DOCTOR BTWIIUH WILTOM Written forTH IttrcBUCAK Of all the Interesting and self Important characters in the world the country doctor is no doubt in the lead In fact he is looked upon by those around him as being full of wisdom freighted with knowledge and withal wholly indispensable They think they could not live if it were not lot his presence continually in their midst Indeed his very residence among them appears to be a sort of health resort and he is regarded as a kind of referee only on things pertaining to physics but upon everything in general When a good buggy horse hat- a slight cough or a game foot he is at once sought out and consulted by tht owner as to what must be done and what remedy must be applied al though he may make no pretentiom toward veterinary skill Even whet the young chickens begin a wholesali dying the good housewife betake herself to his office forthwith anC makes known her sad misfortunes sin great calamities and no matter how farfetched and longdrawn out hit conclusions may be concerning th invalueableness of her precious domes tics she takes them as final and is uIsure that they are correct as if had come from the wisdom of Solomoi or the philosophy of Socrates They will ask him about the signs and sea sons of the moon and stars when tc plant their gardens and sow theii fields The boys of the community ask him when the weather is bright for fishing and when the water is warm enough to go swimming Ol course he knows and gives them al the Information they desire and some times mote than they need The village blacksmith even asks him how he should shape the shovel plow that he is hammering into plac and what color he should paint the handles and the beam and especially how he should mix the paint The youth ot the town who are desiring with all their heart to become men because 01 a spontaneous love for some peachy cheeked damsel confide to him their desires and apprehensions and implore him to make them a decoction that will cause the hair on their up per lip to pop out as quickly as Virginia grass alter an April shower While all the red headed girls in the village ask for a preparation that will make their hair black and the black headed girls want something that Till turn their into the hues of autumn leaves and many of them demand lotiSn that cart successlully combat with freckles for the supremacy of their complexion The oldwomen want something that will keep their hair from failing out while the old men ask for something that will makr theirs grow in With all these demands that are be ing constantly made upon this won derful gentleman ol science and knowledge why shouldnt he bear the palm ot magnitude in his neigh borhood Why shouldnt he be looked upon as an angel of light Why shouldnt men doll their hat to him and women give him their smiles Why shouldnt he be their leader in society and occupy the chit seat in the synagogue Who would be so diabolical as to pluck one flower from his plume or snatch one star from his crown Why should we wonder when under such circumstances as th e should assume an air of dfgnlty and importance no one will dare to doubt Hence we should all sing with one aCt cord and loud acclaim Long live the Country Doctor LYONSI ITRAnt flI MARK I i rd ILA VEI SYRU1NATURO I i ofliVegebbles neSstSickout all Impurities of Via blood nndI makes the comrlexlon clear f aIf do not lllc U Ktter than any- IaxatiVe you have ever used your druggist will refunJ the money J f An Ideal remedy fIr children ns well adults For sale by druggists at JBS per bottle I 3POX OJLXjZ 33TT KjrJR H7LWllll lHMHAI 0 McllrnryKvOIIVX rVVIUIl Croin well Ky WHY I PR HATHAWAY CURESiReasons for Ills Marvelous SOlCCSS1 Ills New Free Hook Ioftreatmcntlsnoesrerl meat It lithe mult of twenty tars of expert ence In tho most exteu anIwas I uated from one of the best medical colleges In rertocloled Early In his professional carver he made discov eries which placed him at the lund of hl profes sion as a ipeclalut In treating what are generally known as private diseases i t men and women This system of treatment ho las more and more perfected each year until l1lrbl cures are so Invariable as to bo the the medical professionEnjoying the largest practice of any specialist In the world ho still maintains a syctem of nomi nal foes which makes It potslbl for all to obtain his services Dr hathaway treats and cures loss of Vitality Vorleocele Blood rolsonlng In IU dif ferent ttoges Ilhennutlsm Weak flack Nerr ousness all mauner of Urinary Complaints Ulcers Sores and Skin Diseases llrtuhu Disease and all forms of KldneyTroubles Ills treatment for undertoned men restores lost vitality and makes the patient a strong well Timorous man Dr hathawaY nieces In the treatment of Varlecwde and Stricture without the aid of knife or cautery Is phenomenaL The patient Is trectnl by this method at his own homo without pain or loss of time from business Thl Is positively the only treatment which cures without on operation Dr Hathaway calls the particular attention of sufferers from Varlcocole and Stricture to panes 27282990 and 31 of his new book entitled Manliness Vigor Health a copy of which will be sent free on application Write today for free book and symptom blank mentioning your complaint J NBWTON HATHAWAY M D DrUIIwJ It Co309 Church Street Nsshyllle True MENTIOS TUIS PAFEU WIIEX WRITING Nasal CATARRH In all there b should be cleanlineSsR Eljg Cream Balm cleneesootheandheslathe Itcures catarrh and drlres 4 away a cold In the head quickly Cream Balm li placed Into the nostrils spread orer the membrane end Is absorbed IteUttU Im mediate sad a cure follows It ls not drylngdoei not produce sneezing Large Size U cents at Drug gUU or by mall Trial Size Id cents by mall ELY BROTURitS M Warren Street New Tort Estray Notice Taken up as an fstray by Leslie Shaver living near the mouth of Bar netts creek near Heflia in Ohio county Ky on the 5th day of Janua ry one red heifer about two years old having a white spot on her breast and the switch of her tail white but having no other marks and which Peter Smith and myself have apprais ed at 17 oo Seventeen Dollars Witness my hand this 15th day of of January 1901 26t4 B F GRAVES J P O C BEST FOR THE BOWELSI- fyou bartnt a regular healthy themomrrorbowel essry day jou r tick or your thsbapeofTiolant beeplalbICANDY CATHARTIC ThAOI Watt RfOltTtKIO Goodrptil flksi Iestnst 5 rNk an8 KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Slow Are Your Kldaeyi f Dr HobbV Sparam Pllltenre all kidney Ills Ban Die free AdS bterllng Remedy CXx Cnlcazo or M V The claim ofother cough medicines to be as good as Chamberlains are effectually set at rest in the following testimonial of Mr C D Glass an employe ot Bartlett Dennis Co of Gardiner Me He says I kept ad ding to a cold and a cough in the winter of 1897 trying every cough medl clue I heard ofwithout permanent help until one day I was in the drug store of Mr Houlehan and be advised me to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and oflered to pay back my monkey if I was not cured My lungs and bronchial tubes were very sore at this time but I was completely cured by this remedy and have since always turned to It when I got a cold and have always found relief I also recommend it to my friends and am glad to sar that it Is the best of all cough medicines For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m 1Inn nn-C C COW PEAS A I SOJA BEANS I cropsIS tf A It and soil Improving k- U Other oub1eeedyonmyneCd vgt are Seed Millet Velvet Uesna- I Sorghum or Can llroom Corn Kaffir CCoIn Uuckwhet Ripe Otc Vo carry the IArt and IkJ col lection of- Including Seeds In the Central Welt c Vegetable Field Onus and Flower Seeds OlR CATAWQUB gives full taint 1mellon crops and will be Stalled If FReD providing you mentloithla paper Send us a list the Seeds you i and well quote low prices WoodSlubbsffCo CIawxes11wrJC LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY CCCCC THE PRO LAMATION OF KINC REX hayIng been leaned It now romaine for hIs loyal nbjrcte throughout the land lu proceed to Ito IMtlreClty i- tNew I Orleansan- d tI pay tribute to Ills MajMtry by pnrtlri lug In the festIvities of MARDI GRAS whlcn for the year 1M1 will be held on 19IILLINOIZ CNTRAL R R- Company wIll Ml tickets on wrtlnn dates to New Orleans from stations on IU Ito A- tOne Fare for the Round Trip Your lucid tIcket agent wilt tell you the date ofalepecIffe rates and limit of them Jlnrilt has tlck- eta1got Springs AHUASNAS VIA MEMIMIIN I Through ibtplnirrar reerrestlons run now bto Mvurml from llnrinunll aul looloyllle via the Illnola Control to Hot tin Ucniphl on ItnNfw Oran fIlIltIYlalf Cincinnati daily I t00p m Ionl Tlll at 040 p ra reachIng tIn tdpriugs Sll the nit afternoon It rarrlM lnlnanlorplneeraud free rrcllnlnR rnalr car urtnnotI to and ieeping car and coach to lint I Through reservations Cincinnati and Loots vlllttn Hot HprIngs can also be Mcartdon the XprdaileaTlnK1nelnnattSUa mod Ioot p ra Slot Xprlnn 555 the next mornIng Blwvlnir tar frUlU na clnnntl also coach from Iinlif Illc to Mcmphl KlrcfilnRcar UemphK to Slot sprlam IMnlnft car service enrontr A special older of this new nerrlc as welt an full particular cuncerntnir th abate ran Iw had nt agents of the Illlnuli l ntral and connecting linen W A KILUHD A II I1 A IxinUtlUe A ir HAMOX Seal 1asar Agent Chicago OASTOnXABean the f4 H 1I Baught r 11 Poat T kcco Spit sail Sowit Tear sift iay- To quit tobacco easIly suit forever be nag ncilc full of life Den ud vigor take NoTo Uacth wonder worker that make weak men strong All OrujKliUWcorll Cure suntan teed Booklet and sample free Address Sterling Itemedr Co Clilcaco or New York Thousands HaTe Kidney Trouble and Dont Know It owTo Jtlnd Out I Fill a bottle or common glaas wh your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a r sediment or settling Indicates an unhealthy condi tion of the kid- neys7rV If It staIns your linen It Is I evidence of kid ney trouble too I frequent desire to pass It or pain In r the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of orderWhat lo Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain In passing it or bad effects following use of liquor winner beer and overcomes that unpleasan necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the malta ordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in 5Cc and Si sizes You may have a sample bottle of this worderlul discovery I slid a book that tells more about it both sent I malJddreSS item of Co Bmghamton N Y When lwaInIlion reading this generous offer In To have to back youll have you have sealed Youre sureofagoodcupofcoffeebecause aroma The fame ARBUCKLES put the ARBUCKLES you caa g- etArbuckles Roasted Coffee for cheap furtherbesides being flavored satisfying package definite put beummea from number hem wuppea Notion York NY Now the Time To subscribe for your home paper read news The price ol TIlE REPUBLICAN is Sun advance IIi I ENGLISHDtetc than copy This royal worM should FrrT C 0 fl n n J n DO DD AFORTUNEFOR5OCENTS COMMERI 0 S Ia that guess must accompanied cents for subscription THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY APPEAL The and Family of the IZ The correct or correct on number cotton Memphis 5 I 1900 to including April will be as follows aa guess is received during January guns In rectified during I guru I reoclred during March Cf Ilf 3600 in Cash 2000 in Cash 1000 in Cash a- a To be the proposition is this correct or correct should be November or tile 5000 If Janttar If February 2000 if March 1000 early to get big a TUB COMMERCIAl APPEAl i the neatest news farm family of Unlled RUle At only 50 cents a gives and twelve pages weekly of news upccially farm matter Irof B U Tracy children 0 Sirs Jane Howard a relIgious with Dr a a Sundayschool lesson a short story s S icoaUoued story latest market goseip anti many ur news a IZINSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING THE a Each and etery gueas mat be cents fore AppealciS money the It cannot I with Ioi gnesa of letter or forget- S ting to make guess when subscription Is sent wilt not entitle It to D be sent later S with subscription of guess snout be writ very plainly Under no circumttances and for no will 0guess be changed It has been recorded on our books theaS baleitobeCt Any person can make aa msnyguessesasdeslred by simply toIbe added Remit postoffice money or express money order or regis- teredM letter a CONTEST CLOSES ON at midnight gueia ls to be on numlwr of bates 0or cotton received In from Sept 11OO to April- S sea inclusive figures Memphis Cot a Hxchatge to be upon which contest is to In decided Inordertobeipevery one lo figure closely a and enable them to a 1fU receipts In between dlematoaed past yean a are Riven below NnMberorble ofMttoai received In Memphl a from Kent I IKiSItoApril Id 18O5 SOlOUl Number of bales oreolton reeelred In MemphU a Kept 1 miialoAprll IO 1HUO4OT50O S 2twber orbaln received t IIImpb- la rromHpi llSOe to April 15iNnrB4a8U S Nnntber of batru or rotten rIvedla Ifeiuhl lIpt 1 1M07 to April IB sans II13O8O ofb le ofeoltoB received In MemphisS t lH90713HSaci Nnaiber ofbulci of received In Hb-aS iropt Sep 1 1800 to April 13 IIOO67U4911 S will bo where show ci letter malted Inter than Murch 01 SPUR S nadir no circumstances will be recorded where a letter Is received at The Appeal office inter- S than April t IW1 no matter what date postmark SEND FOR FREE COPY o MtVe payable to and address THE COMMERCIAL APPCAT Mophia caaaaaanaaaaaa tOO get a really cup of coffee youll start of the actual making to look to the roasting and the grinding In ARBUCKLES a coffee thats scientifically roastedanddeliveredtoyouwithalltheporeso hermetically and are kept Intact until you want of induced other coffee packers to out imitations of it imitations cost and you a cent a pound less than But be tempted tqbuy a package of some other coffee whoa b actually leas expen sive than the kind goes better more You will find a W efal aid eke In each of Abocilea Coffee i ot of these articles yours when you buy the coffee The one you select the llit will be sect you on condition that you send to Notion Department a curtain of signatures cut the ARBUCKLE Dept Nw City I is and the A 259SSejtprIl What better investment could bo made a the tcmotlonal T quarto Tolnrae Is a vast torchouso valuable information arranged in aconrenknt form for hand eye and mind It u mnro widely used us standard authority than any other dictionary in the It bo in every I SqottishOkIMaryg nflra nbUaaa- i each and every be by 50 a years to I COMMERCIAL I Great Farm Journal South first nearest guess the of bales of received in from September and 15 1901 awarded in cash I If the February Jf the g plainer simply If the nearest guess received In December guesser will receive received In 1500 received 0- t received in Therefore guess the prize Sj MEMPHIS WUBKLY sad Journal the year It ten prepared a womnda department by page sermon and and the reports columns mllantou and information CONTEST accompanied by SO the paying out the figures the ten reason after awill by MARDI 31 1901 but the the Memphis the the ton the fignres the the Memphis the for the lx from rottn 0fromrrop4Apt cotton K goes recorded postmark WM llut a Commercial A SAMPLE remittances WEEKLY Jnn good it These grocer dont it of one our BROS in of of S News the in Wsbingtoit IUCMKTIIIKII TUMI The paper can be sent to any address unit lie guess credited to you a WINNERS TO WHOM WE HAYS PAID PRIZES In past The Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal has S- oid maa thousand n prizes In every ntbce pay 0i- ngtlieprizepromptly We tire below the names of s few S those have won fortunes front The Weekly Commercial aAppeal and you can write to any of these lucky guessers and theySyou that they promptly received prior from The Memphis Weekly lice are a few of them S- Zacti T Duncan Camden Ark 1500 C cGraves lIS North 0Mh St Iadncah Ky 100 George W howe Oolthlte Alsn ssoo S W II Urane Datesvllle Slim tSOU U If Richardson Powlkes aTeen iSOO Sties Willie Wallace VayelteviiieAls UOO J W Yeung Kemp Texan JOO irWtewls Tc 0 I Joqcs Kansas 101 fOO w O Davis Gibson Teaniii 5 J H liake Charleston Scott llethany situ 05250 SIrs 5 rah Wo wley Lirklnviiie AI tlelwenTan S Ala SIrs T Scenlew arOlmllnlDarton hogan Cs 100 A lowera McKenzie S- Teirn Sl00 and hunured of other who hue obtained prisms Is avarious contests ranging from f10 to f3XX r 5 SEND GUESS AND REMITTANCE IN SAME LEHER a IlInd bales J aScmIa I 06tOO I co t a Co nittyfle State aEnterto PostofilceStatae t u aS a USE THIS COUPON WHEN POSSIBLE If filled out properly It Is not necessary to writ s letter with It S S Q lUu O CTD O P TjPOaaOO QUn Wll1RID CL mrQte COWD ClreuItCourtWTOwdnJudge i JBRow Attorney Oirtnsboro TII Black Jailer BA Aadraon Clerk llowan holbrook Ussier o1mUloneri U U Ukins Trustee Jury raid 8 T Htevens 8herl Hartford Deputy BhrlBI No hockey T II Proton J D Taylor W B TlnlT Wcoarteonvse Seat Loadaj Ia March- and August sod continues three Mh4 third Monday In hlay sad November two weeks Oo nty CourtJ V hillier Jodirsj 11 Hltag and Clerks U U Hwvrln Attorney Usrtfrd mCo t convenes Irst Monday U tech month qiarterly QurtlIegjas on tbeseeosd Monday- a each month Court CUInuCointiM ant Monday li Jan nary Two Jay atesteoBd Monday In October Other Dfflcen M Motley Surveyor 8knr 0 O Royal Assessor ForusTlllr Tot Roger school Saperlstendent liartford U W Stoat Coroner Sulphur Springs Turtle Govixt H U Taylor Cron well March I Jose I Sep tenberl December I IMO W A HOB ftatertown February 11 May W August 27 November LI0- 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