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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m E I T I Iz I l 1 i I- 1 THE JARTRIIW REPUBLICAN r Fine Job Wok a Sp cialtY8 OFFICIAL ORGAH OF IIEPiRIT in TIE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Subscription 1 aTyear 1 I No30r1tL Wften me mucous accompanied patches 17 erupII I i swollen gland aching mutcles Ilt and bones the disease is making rapid headway and far worse I symptoms blood if ad poIsonIvtakat deotructir 8 8 So II the safe tare for this disease the only antidote for tali specific potion It cures the wont caw thoroughly permanently i Nf CMMKiM CMra inntncttd t the In Bioo3 Poison I tried I life letl Nt WKse 1 =AM m DO mod I I was rrUlaf won all tile I mythroatwttk D colored splotches and offensive ettl I sufeed hCllmllc petn cgol4MetVn4flgtSDd my 1 had boIk = fl boo ot em J well seem I 4cM4 to tryBL a51 alllt I bed my4Idetbthlrd beth achaw In nr coodl was truly en sod I feter Wlae4to1veLBabthat Ihalheprun-aat wtsnpUi s a b to htT the dls tax completely under la scm and uersbeledaud1wusmofTfromnaIl L bee a strong aad healthy ever Matt I W awrra Lock til NoUesrltl Int s U the only purely purifierd thatrBtrcwyv potash or Mineral poison i Send for our book on Blood Poison ttJI k contains valuable information about I 1 i this disease with fall directions for Mil treatment1 We charge nothing for med A uadrice turn yourself at borne THC WflfT tmtflC ce ATLANTA M 1PIn01faaSlIi M L HEAVRIN Attorney at Law1 HARTFORD KY win pronto hU profeashm In alt Ihs court ot CoutotAppv3sI I i ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW JlrllKKRT KY j Will practice his pmteMlnn In all the courts of Ohio rasnty end Ort of ArIa Prompt mad carrfat ros lderatlon irlrea nil bilaes eatneted to him J 4lmdpudslTrlepboaiaomr- O E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW I HRIflflfl ICY- nm pretle his prorIo In alltharoirtaotOalo and ailjAlalaKeointlMaDdOunrtot Aprwala OdaI atUatloa ulna to all bmlniutrued to far OOIo laOoAtloin laroartboaM 4 F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW ARTKOKI KY Will practice la Lbnsrts ot Ohio counts and ort ol Aprwala Prompt atUatloa ultra to all business minuted to hno OHr In Hirald kollcllaic J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Iaw HARTFORD KY Will practIce kU prolmlon la Ohio mad adjoin C nnntln IlpdalRttntion KlTta to all bail S ratraited to bla rare S P BaBY- TTOIIXEY4T LA Wt VGRBMVIILT KENTUt14Y- II pnrtlc bit profnwlon In nil tbe ronrta 01I Appeolhia JOIN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY special att atlon given to all bnnlaaw rntrut ad to hla car tifflt la ronnhon SHELBY TAYLOR JITTOJXEY4TL4W HARTFORD KY WPI practlt hi protroalon la all the rout ot Ohio and sdjolnlngrontl CourtofAppeali sal atUaUoa 1UI to all oMl nonU la bankriptry O M BARNETT I ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY vnipra tlchleprofM lon In nfl the courts ot Ohio mud adjoining coDa II special attention nlll be Klren to all bulnM entruted to his rare COUoeUo a srwirUIly E P NEAL Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY I Win practice his profeMloa lu nfl tb courts of Ktatieky Hrmlal attention irlren to collection attleumastof decedents estates road ease and criminal practice one npstalrs OrlBln block J 8 R WE P DING ATTORNEY and COUUSEIIOR at uw UARTPORl V i WHatJrbI prnlmilon In all the ronrta of ApIanMd ta 121f1h In UcrcnLKAH building r H V5DOTNO ttIt L I will praeU hi prrJln In Iboeonl1 Ohl and dlosla eonni rm Ala Stlr71able outheitn C ai1wwiThrough Konlhern tta BNTUCKYTKV E lite Siil OAROLIN A tM VIII GIWIA Namr PAWIIIXIJlWI GIA and MISSISSIPPI A Ml Mile Three Daily Trains Itetween Lout I Till and Dexlnirton ObserTatlnn Chair carat I I Trains leare and anita LoaloTillorrom 8 Tfnth i Union Depot connecting with trains of the lUliels Central ttallroad nd L It t8t L It K j For Information address I A W0CDOV P A TA21Uh Ave Lonhrllle 4IV wilTATioeAuItantoPA LonlsTtlle 11111111011r S M THE PREACHER Contrast of the City and Country Pteacher by one of Their Number Read ItIt is Both Interesting and Instructive IT WILAI WtLTOX Written for Tn IlsrcsuciH That the preacher Is an Important man to the human family but few people will doUr to deny In net he is looked upon by many as the most Indispensable ofall conveniences He baa had his place in the world and has been prominent sarong Its numer yearsIAbel crying iiora the earth Wheth er it was Noah soliciting roomers for his uk Whethrr it wis Lit warn Ing his fellows in wlcke1 Sodom Whether it was Mata and Aton preaching to tbe nobility ofthe Egyp tlan court Whether it waa Nathan rebuking the king Whether it was Daniel prophet InK tignlnst Br IIhlZur and a tbounand of his lord Whether it was Jonah evangelizing in Nineveh after be bad convinced the whale that he couldnt digest him Vhtther it was Pond at Phllippi Whether It wa Ignatlua btfore Trill Jan Whether it wall Luther thunder ing like a storm at the Vatican Whether It was Drlgham Young with three score wllea or whether Its the illiterate oldfashioned lion aide Baptist who believes what ia to be wilt be whether it ever Is or not all of them have had their tollowera and their kickers As to the preachers work of to day it varies according to the cus tome and desires of the people for most preachers JI excellent an they are are preaching for the people In stead of preaching to them Instead of leading the people they let the people lead them Like Aaron they may not exactly believe in the golden calf manner of Torshlp themselves but It the people do and will jatt bring in enough of their gold they will erect the golden call cater to their clamoring and join them in their worships And II a Moses ap pears on the scene they excuse themselves by saying The people demanded it The work of the city preacher Is very different from that of the coun try circuit rider The city preach r must be a considerable dude and a sort of an actr He must know s methlng about poetry and elocu tion and know bow to recite with a good sized amount of affection He must also have n smlttt ring of Greek and Latin and pretend to know all about the BnglUh He must moreover have some knowledge of Ethics Theology Homoletica Philosophy Biology Botany Astronomy and Geology and it wilt be wise for him if he has read some in the Bible though that Is not so Important fit were not for the sake of being able to criticise it some for the city preacher who cannot criticise the Bible who is not able to explain away RudI of its miracles la regarded with plcion and forthwith loss his popn larity I lie must be a society man too and if he is not married he must put himself In the matrimonial market at once or nfl the sisters who have grown up daughters will take no stock in him II be doesnt exactly pastimeIwaxes bold enough to preach on the subject at all he must choose for his text the familiar lines There is a time for all things He must not be a politician lor his official board is politically divided had be must decry both the Republican and Democratic partlea because they are both engaged in the wholesale liquor business and he is afraid to be a Prohibitionist because his wealthiest member Is in the realestate business and rents his store rooms to saloon keeper Hence the city preacher must be a man with out politics He must also be somewhat skilled In physics so that when he calls on the president ol the Ladles aid society he will know how to prescribe for her pug dog should the dainty little darling chance to be sul feting from some distemper But above all things he must learn the art of being pliable ot having nn eu tic disposition and as many minds us he has parishioners Being thus equipped he need anticipate nq fears ot loosing his head for be has none ol his own to losel The duties and rtqairements oi tbe country parson are altogether dlO rent Whatever else he may nut be he must be a wan of his own brad It may not be a very wise one but it mnt tie bin own He must learn the artf looking wise andof being courageous to take his stand on some question that has never been con troverted and proclaim to his audi tots that be would go into the lions den march into the fiery furnace or be chained to the burning stake on that proposition He must vociferous ly inform his hearers that he is per fectly willing to contribute his mor ttllty to tbe subterranean vaults of the Cutecombs if need be for believ ing that Joshua stopped the sun and arrested the moon and thus bravely expostulating great volumes ol araens will rollout from the pews like the roar ol a thousand cyclones lie must be decidedly against the awlul hideous sin ol dancing and must take no stock whatever in reading fiction and must regard all classes ol theaters as the abomination of desolation spoken ol by the prophet He Is a- very strict tabbitarian and thinks it is almost sacrellgions for a child to look over tbe front gate on Sunday He Is very proud of his calling and especially of his credeneials and reads them over and ever and anon He must not dress very gorgeous ly else his people might think that be was getting worldly lIla gar ments consist usually of course shoes withwhite yarn socks Cheap cot ton trousers that reach almost to the topof his fIetcy socks A long tailed coat over a celluloid collar and a black string tie fastened about three quarters ol an Inch below a brass but ton capped of with a huge slouch hat He usually has however an extra hat of tbe stove pipe style which he wears only once a year when he goes op to conference He is not supposed to know anything bnt must believe the book from Kiver to Kiver and especially in a literal hell and the sweet bye and bye Bnt a world full of such preachers as the two just mentioned we are glad to say that we have observed a few wbo have not bowed the kcae I to Baal1 and who are traversing the country for God and for humanity Our prayer is that God may increase their number The Source of Advertising Profits- AI New York paper which is and I always has been one of the strongest advocates ot free trade recently announced that during the year 1900 there had been a gain In the amount of advertising matter which It had published as compared with the 1879 ol 2039 columns an amount equal to 599870 lines Suppose we had continued the free trade pollc entered upon by Mr Cleveland In stead of supplanting that policy by the well tried American policy of Pro tection are the publishers of this pa per fatuous enough to imagine that they would have seen a gain In their underltbe this free trade paper which profits by their advrrtifements are ignorant r it that no amount of advertising could have brought trade and probper ity to them ii we had continued the policy office trade which was Intro duced by the Cleveland administra tion They at least learn something from the past The claim of other cough medicines to be as good as Chamberlains are effectually set at ret in tbe following testimonial Mr C D Glass an employe ot Bartlett Dennis CoolV Gardiner Me He says I ding to a cold and a cough in the win ter ol 1897 trying every cough medl cine I heard of without permanent help until one day I was in the drug store of Mr Houleban and he advised me to try Chamberlains Cough Rem edy and ofiered to pay back my mon ey ii 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 say that it is the besj of all cough medicines For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m H w An Tor Kldaers r- Dr Hoobaeparani PlUienr ill kidney Ula rtltla n Add Sterling Item4JCoChicakO or A Jolt for the Commoner The Lexington Herald publishes the following letter written by a Democrat to Wm J Bryan Farmdale Franklin County Ky January 27 1901 Editor The Commoner Lincoln Neb Dear SIrI am only one of the millions ot poor ignorant poverty stricken Democrats made so by such men as old Jo Blackburn yourself and others whose only aim in life is to get office no matter who has to suffer You ask me to take your paper called The Commoner If it Is to be ail common as free silver and the lot of political Ignoramuses that led Democracy to defeat dishonor disgrace and destruction I say to you I dont want your paper and dont care to hear anything more you have to say on any subject If your views on other public questions prove to be as utterly erroneous and void of any good to thecommon people as your free silver doctrlns I am sure the sooner the country quits paying at tention to your utterances the better off it will be The writer has followed the Democratic rooster through good and evil report fora lifetime and now realizes his great mistake and will leave the birdi alone in the future Yours respectfully JOHN P HOSTTBTBR DO YOU WANT MACHINERYFo- For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps GUARANTEED THE BESJOHoy Bale Ties Coilwire Grato BawPipo Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc Call on i MoHenry Mtf g Mach Ca McJIeriry Ky Sr 4 E a 1 I FINANCIAL OUTLOOK Gratifying Conditions Disclosed in the Reports of the Secretary of tbe Treasury Secretary Gages fourth annual re port to Congress discloses a financial rand Industrial condition In this coun try oi ours very different Irom that considered In the first report In December 1897 the United States was just emerging from four years of the severest depression which our people bad ever known The OormanoWilson Tariff for revenue only had not even produced tbe necessary revenue It had created a deficit in every year of Its operation It bad opened the floodgates to the Ujbe gwagje goods of Europe and brd driven thousands ofAmerican men of business to the bankruptcy court and thousands ot wage workers to the poor house That Tariff went out ol existence it confessed failure an ac knowledged fraud amid the execra tions of the people whom it hud de ceived and robbed and the rejoicing of even the men who had framed it The name political party which bad euaclKd the Gorman Wllson law hay lug Seen that panacea collapse had taken tip with the new delusion ci free silver coinage and thus one nightmare bad succeeded another I In December 1897 when Secretary Gage presented his first repoit the Dlngly Tariff had been passed sound currency legislation was In sight antI the countrys trade and Industry were recovering from their terrible tration And what a brilliant recordI of continued prosperity and ment the Secretary offers now The I Democratic deficit ia transformed into a surplus of 79000000 with a like surplus in sight at the end of the new fiscal year unless there Is n reduction in the revenues The countrys foreign trade as well as its domestic trade is the greatest In our history For the first time our combined exports and imports have passed the two billion dollar mark Our In creased imports are chiefly manufeo turers materials our increased exports largel the finished products of American manufacturing skill and ingenuity Our trade is growitfgva t I over the world but it growing most rapidly with tbe new dependencies which came to us as a result of the war with Spain and with the coun tries of the Orient The purely financial work of the Government has been entirely suc cessful There has beau an increase of almost 25000000 In tbe available excluIslveThis has been applied as far as possi preI public debt Under the authority oi the financial act of March 14 1900 applications have been received to organize 382 of the small national banks with less than 50000 capital so indispensable to sparsely settled regions which have hitherto lacked banking facilities The operation oi the act of March 14 in fortifying the gold standard and the currency are commended by the Secretary as el fectlv so far as they have gone but he declares that the act needs amendment and reinforcement and that cer tain provisions should be made more unmistakably mandatory and not per missive But in view of the many other important subjects which demand ats tentlon during the present short ses sion of Congress Secretary Gage forbears to press the question of amendment at this time One great theme lor which the Secretary asks early consideration is the Protec tion and encouragement ot the merchant marine On this point Secretary Gaze Following the example of President McKinley in his message OverWork Weakens V Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes JhroUgh youi kidneys once every three minutes yourblood let out the waste cr Impurities in the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall to do their work Pains aches tnd rheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid In the blood due to neglected tidney trouble Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thougthayaver worklne in pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their bel ning in kidney troubleIII you are you can no mistake mildIsoon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing eases IbyBoms cr aamposf- ree also pamphlet telling how to find cut If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper writhe Dr Kltewr 4c Co lstIofi N jjjjjajV lays especially powerful emphasis Although our total merchant tonage is now greater than for any year since 1851 the Secretary explains that tbe increase has been wholly within the coastings trade from which forign vessels are excluded Our tonnage registered for overseas trade has deceased from 2642628 gross tons in 1861 to 826694 gross tons In 1910 and is less than at any time in the past sixty years except during our sholt war with Spain For the past three years American ships have carried annually only 9 per cent of our imports and exports the smallest in our history Tbe present ff rt of American shipown ers to break the foreign monopoly c four carrying trade Secretary Gage drclares is entitled to the operation of Congress And headd significantly itA bill for the promotion Amer can commerce and for the creation i f an American merchant marine in c elfen trade which shall be ivurthy f the nation now awaits the action of btth branches of Congress Itcon firms in principle and generalout lines to recommendations upon the subject in the reports of 1898 and 1899 Early consideration of that measure is recommended So Secretary Gage like President McKinley comes out in specific earn est Indorsement of the Frye Shipping bill and this becomes exactly as the Jouinal said it would as distinctively an Administration measure as the gold standard bill or the Dlngley Tariff Boston Journal T Z Wayne GrifSq Bro the drug gists will refund you your money if you are not satlffifd alter using Chart berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They cure disorders of the stomach biliousness constipation and headache Price 25C Sample free v Crops and Prices When the Frte Traders are not denying the existence of prosperity or sneering at the man who appreciates a full dinner pall they are trying to explain the industrial history of tbe last four years by big crops Oue such Free Trader iu a newspaper let ter even presents figures to show how big crops during Harii oa8 ad ministration explain the gfesftwrtyjbf those years and how cepa durlu Clevelands second terra Tire accountable for the lean years we saw then Neither the figures given for the amount of weat produced during the years cited or the prices quoted agree with the figures given by the United States statistical abstract but we have no desire nor is there any occasion to go into that matter now The one thing which catches the at tention of one reading the communN cation and In which both the figures quoted and those oi the statistical ab stract agree is that the lowest aver age price paid for wheat per bushel during any one of the Protection years of Harrison administration is higher than the highest average price paid for wheat per bushel during any one of the FreeTrade Tariff reform years nnderJCleveland The usual rule of trade Is that the greater the supply of a commodity the lower the price therefore the larger the crop ol wheat the lower the price Bnt the rule is reversed in this case We bad large crops and highprices during Protection years smaller crops and lower prices during FreeTrade days There Is something wrong as usualwith the reasoning of our Free Trade friends The larger gross amount paid for the larger crops of Agricultural product in Protection years is undoubtedly tbe cause oi much oi the prosperity of the farmers Needless to say it applies to no other class oi our people and nil are pros perous But even in the case ol the farmers the larger gross amount paid is due in much greater measure to the better prices which resulted from the heavy demands made by a busy peo pie for the farmers products than to TIE KAM1M4 LK1YC BY SOBT A UILLKB LtaTM baTe thtlr time to tall to earth And the flowers to wither at the north winds The stun to set bat thou bat All season for thin own Ob Dmtbl UyloTlnRwIft ib awdto stand Jntt l jr my cottago door at dark Waiting to bbs mi when I com borne Each evening from toy work Her PIN were IIh two lorely stars That blaola heavens own blue eM7 dear shed say joa see Im here- In looking oat for you Bbe was mr Joy raj hearts delight la thoteidajs long gone byi Dot as la thinking uer the A tear conies In my je pIShe calls no more when t com home As oft she used to do My dcarjrf wynnr darlings ben- In looking out for you Alas how lonely now ny llfa As through Ih world IIHlnre no swat role To bid m welcome bornjNo living arms No yee so sweet and true No voice calls out front cottage door Im looking oat for you Tet oh what comfort to my heart That ehn Im called away Front tolls below to Joys above In that eternal day That there shell meet me at th gate JOlt aS Im passing through My dear sh11 call with her Sweet rclc lm looking out foryon p flora Onmch Ky rb 6 IM1 J rr UNCLE SAMS BUSY MEN lI Use Peruna For Colds Coughs and Catarrh Posloflce Balldlflp Xoatgtimerr AkI lIon John O Lot twlcb Redeemer of iMbHo IT ipeyc whoso office Ir In tho magnificent buhidingshord shown in a letter written from Montgomery Ala says I take pleasure In recommending Poruna as an excellent tonic and U la recommended to me by those who IMvo- Deed it as a good catarrh cure lion Robert Barber Register United States Land Office also Writes from Montgomery Alai For some time I have been a sufferer freta catarrh In Its Incipient stage so much so that I be came depressed and feared my health was generally In a decline But hear Ingot Peruna as a good remedy 1gave It a fair trial and soon began to Improve Its effects were distinctlybeneC tidal removing the annoying symp toms and was particularly good as a tonicclIon J K Burke Collector of Port of Mobile Ala writes i Poruna I can eec ommend as a flno medicine Itbaa been used In my family and as a tonIc it la excellent I take pleasure la testifying to its fine qualitiesVP D Barker Postmaster of Mobile Ala In a recent letter says jAllowme to send to you my testimonial aa to the goodqualittes ot Peruna Iharousedlt for the past three months and find it a moat excellent tonic the mere fact that crops were big Big crops with no demand for them would bring in no more money than would small crops Ths price would drop as the supply grew greater It Is the increased demand for wheat and Toroth er agricsftaral products which has res emcployment at godwages under the Dlngley TarifIl4lie American people whlcrcasI aajiyifcjarmers big crops proGtaUe A ican tomistIDont IrrltateAou lungs wIth stubborn cough when a pleasant and effective remedy may be found in Bal lards Horehound Syrup Price 250 and 50 Sold by JH Williams m An ice cream maker in Babylon Long Island has recently purchased from a New York wholesale house 300000 pounds of salt for use in his business The salt will besblpped In bags ot 200 pounds each and 200 bags will be loaded on each of five freight cars The manufacturer who is a Re publican and a pronounced expansion 1st says that In 1896 only one carload ol salt was required in his business TIr wife bad iilmnlea face for some time after ailment We cannot speak ly FHUI WAUTUAN- KW PhlladelphU Pa CANDY CATHARTIC TXADIUAHN I Pleasant Palatable Taste flood Do Good Never Sicken or ttorilu I Cmul CbIege Hertwil low Tot T1 5 t r As tho skin covers the outside of body so the mucous membranes line ins inside Every organ every dnct every bQdylined to cons membranes are liable fom Tatiow causes to become Irritated lnOMMd When this occurs It la called cstotrt catarrh may be located In the hd Y noscmlddle ear throat bronchial MWM or air cella of the lungsllverbweis kidneys bladder proc irrl nary organs Wherex u cous membrane ther lalso NVTo be sure catarrh ot ra organs has beta katiw tr ditl names that fIlkrrliiJstahas been dyspepsia catarrh Me kidneys Bright DiseaSe catar of the bowels dlarrhcea ortlpHtn catarrh the procreative organs hmate trouble and so on and so oa But our claim Is that these are all one and tbe same disease catarrh aad that remedy Peruna Is applicable to catarrh of alt ot these various or gins PcrnnaisnotacnreaUnltcureajnt ono disease catarrh But since catarrh la able to fasten Itself within the different organs of the body so it Is thatFe runa cures affections of these organs But TO Insist that Poruna cures one dis ease only We that Pernna la the 4 Internal scientific remedy for cv tarrh yet devised We claim that ca thrrh la a aystemlo disease Is to It Invades the whole system Wo claim that Peruna ia a systemic remedy that la to say U eradicates catarrh from the system Catarrh Is not a local die ease t Pernna la not a local remedy Since catarrh Invades the system only a ayltllmlo remedy canreach It This Is in brief our claim in assigning to the disease catarrh ourremedy Peruna- AnlnstrnctlveandlnteresUng treatise on catarrh In Its different forms and stages will be sent free to any address by The Peruna Medicine eo Comm bus Ohio the business has grown until it now requires five carloads per annum Lad when Roosevelt inelected to the Pres idency in 1904 he expects to need 20 in a season New Haven Conn Journal and Courier r Those who glibly accuse this try ol maltreating robbing or enslaving PortofRteaes Filipi Boa do know yvbt Cy ay This natloaof ours under Ja leacfersldp ol Waltlc a very same mentkMaw control the Government in Washington went outV01 the business of robbing and enslav Ing weaker people a long time ago and nobody fear that under Republican guidance shall ever re turn to ItBoston Journal nsa- Dst ToUeca Spit ai goioU Tour 11ft j To quit tobacco anally and foreter be neiie life benD ana vigor take NoTo Dar time wonderworker that makes weak men strong Alt dmccltM GOo or II Careruana toLd DooUlet and sample tree Sterling Iteinedr Co Cnlcaco or New York Colonel Bryan announces that be ia learning to set type For the past five years he has been engaged ia setting plnsSt Louis Globe Demo ctat BLOOD POISONw U you ever contracted any Blood Discs ou are enc pale nnieii the wits Ppoison has eradicated from the system At times you see nlumlnir toUowiomymptorta K P ainartdyspepticandpotashwhich LI SIETUODTRnATMIINL oatintsbaysand no arf tbe dlaeate No experiment DO risk not a no bnt a ooat live cure aort cues NERVOUS DEBILITYOO l NEW MRTHOD TREATMENT will cure you and make a man of you Under Ita Intlnence the brain become actlre the blood pnrlfied ao thatall pimples blotches and ulcer dluppeari the nrrrra become atronf aa steel so brlhlIbesystemThemarriage cannot ba a failure We Invite suite afflicted to consult as confidentially bardearneddollarsEMISSIONSBLaDDER nliiSS and all diseases pecuflnz to men and womsnCmwes guaxsnV contemplatiotIIILULLULIU i ueu7 Our New Method Treatment will canyon CoasaHatlaa Chargeiiarireimen Dhseae of Women T110 Wages of Sin Vaitcoctle Stricture and Gloat All sent Free sealed EverMsgaonfidnhiai DBS KENNEDY KEROAN 528 WALNUT ST CINCINNATI OHIO f1VWjf1 IL u PIMPLESon her but theySavewith constipation but tlc log the first Qucaret I have had no trouble with this too high of Casoarets Germantown Ave UfaltTIIISO Potent Vuakn Gripe ito zcWa CURE CONSTIPATION Id Ill NITI4AO rM 1I T 1 S r 1 J tf t land Mu called ot our claim that carloads count not need we Lwa mtftoil or Address cc been palsolicited SEEDSblfrom I ul j PrOduce Paying Crops end IIbe- the moot sauefactery results itbaVegetable Field Ora Plower and Lawn Irsas Seeds I Seed Potatoes Onion Sats Seed Grain and all the bert Iona- croVt moderate prlca Our New CalalOlue Is a Dandy about u fiulct with IntonallonIou need 1111crops rI11contain valuable Itltles eed written by authorities on each subject on Cow Peas Market Car denlnl lorsge CroP Fertilize Fungus Discasce Site WII malt It FRESI provided yui mentIon this Paper WOODSTUBBSCO- SECDSMEN LouieviutK- yv ii J Jr i r 1Th w- wz p d I 1- t L Hartford Republican S I = FRIDAY PBBRUAhY 15 I JON Boa FRH 11 I r Ilphcn1n oc c= iHiatfrUut bji till Hartford fub C0 eorporatca ht rid MHirtfotd postotfici is secondclass mil miller t rfREPUBLICAN TICKET tolorKrprarnlnllvr ALVINflENYflThTFrCoanty ron HOOER For County Coon Clerk JfB RAGLAND i For foamy Attorney M EIIEAYKIJJ- Stf For Klierlll t CAL V KEOWN- Fardctioo 4A JAMES Jailer Nuperlnlrnilrnl DEWEENE TIlolH II BLACK jrForAtatwnr FRANK LOW- EForHnrvryar JOHN II WOUO J for Coroner flfcN L DAVIS I TO THE PUBLIC With this issue I sever my connec t1i as editor of TUB REPUBLICAN The duties of the office of Superin tendent and the trust confided to me by the Republican party demand my entire time and attention which I wil lingly and cheerfully grant In quit ting theeditorial utah it is uot neces sary that recomend my brother to the public life able and efficient service during the last two preceding Icampaignahis ability to grapple singlebanded and alone with the political issues ol the day I am profoundly thankful to the Republicans throughout the county fur their kind words ot cheer and com ALPmendation and the people generally patronage Very Respr FuN ROGERS 1 FROM all accounts Topcka Kan is a dry town and this is all direct ly due to Mrs Carrie Nation Gov NAKH has ordered the malitia to be ready to match on Cinjlnnjiti rIfthe pug pugilisll p794tTlheir de termination to flbtITUB Hawaiian coins lire to be received at par by the government for all government dues and when once received shan not again he put into circulation THE jointsmasher of the WeatI Mrs Carrie Nation has declared her intention of lidding Chicago of joints and saloons No one duubls Mrs Nations pluck but u to whether she can arouse public sentiment in Chi cago sufficient to overcome the May ors force is quite another question Should she succeed in Chicago then she might venture into Kentucky REPUBLICANS read the Ictttrs 01 Messrs John T RiLe L Berry Loney S A Park and Eq Ed Mal ale found elsewhere in this ISlueI jT They are indeed patriotic appeals for all loyal Republicans to aland Ipllt Three gentlemen can better tell about the primary which they engaged in than a utile disgruntled doubleluted asassin of character and the laws ol heaven SUNDAY night a mob of enraged citizens ol Paris Ky broke jail and took from tbe cella negro named Carter and hung him in front of the court bouse door Carter was charged with assaulting two womenone colored the other whiteandso Ken tucky is again disgraced but then no mans life is safe in this old State If there ever was an outrage perpetrated against humanity certainly tbist lynching practiced is one the wotst phejury just as much as if be is innocent but then dues are not to manIIMB DEN D RINOO went to Frank fort last Saturday to assist in nursing young Beckham It is rumored that the late in politics Oi y Jeems and his corps of nurses are growing derelict C to duty and in justice to those reo Jhamsvited to the nursery to asiist inskeeping young Beckham out of fire This important duty should be P assigned to each of the members of Democratic State Central and Cam paign Committees of 99 for they retvery deierving Mr Ruigo bal ourt coagratuations Eaohand every other whoa iimuth disgraced his soul oi withvile and flarualory Ianua6e iu tbe recent campaign should have some t part to play in bringing up young 1 Beckham and his politica family of jlillljmiian Same SHALL OKLAHOMA BE ADMITTED Oklahoma is clamoring for admis lion to statehood as other prosperous and progressive States have hereto fore Does she deserve tbe honor sought Are her claims solid and de serving Most incontrovertable are her claims indeed It it true that so far as age is concerned she might well be classed in the pioneer column but when we consider her advancement from an agricultural standpoint and commercial too we are forced to conclude that Oklahoma in these par ticulars surpasses other States now enjoyinJ the benefit of Statehood It is true that only a few years ago Oklahoma was opened up for civilize ion and a multitude of Eaatern citi zens flooded the country But they carried with them the advantages of a hundred years of Eastern progress and it was but a fortnight so to speak until that beautiful prarie was turned from a state of savagry to a state of civilization From the very beginning the settlers of this famous prairie grew independent Their harvests bore bountitul from year to year and when fortune is most favora ble their products are unequaledand unexcelled The yield last year in the production of wheat was 25000000 bushels tbat of oats 15000000 bushels while the corn crop reached 70000 000 buihelf besides these excellent crops Oklahoma produced 140000 bales of cotton This prosperous infant is making splendid provisions for schools for the enlightenment of the young From a progressive standpoint this splendid showing certainly justifies Oklahoma iu her demand for admission to the Union As to pop ulation she already leads many other States enjoying tbe blessings of full grown ttatehood Below we give a table showing the population of different States Oklahoma Sushis Idaho U1T71 Montana HJra Drlnware 1M7M Nevada 4MI North Dakota alOlO- ttab mjM Vermont 4t M Wyoming Ktai There is not a more progressive country in the Union than Oklahoma rand she should he admitted to the blessings of statehood S a HOW IT WAS CONDUCTED Since the organ of assassin ot char acter at this place is duing every iLidg iu its power to aroue prejudice among those candidates not success ful in the H jJtijriraary against the- wmitrf j thearty and aroue- edie8lislonnd discontent in the party tanks we will briefly review the calling and the holding of the primary election On the third of December the Republican County Committee met for the purpose of arranging for a convention or a primary All aspir ants for office were called into com mitten room where each and every one advised with the committee and in advising with tbe committee they were unanimous in the demand for a primary election which they agreed should be held on February 2nd 1901 Tbe committee after consult ing with the candidates called a pri mary election to be held February 2 In order that the necessary expenses- of the primary might be legitimately met the committee assessed each candidate a certain fee which was to be paid by the 8th of January 1001 The committee again met on the 21st of January and appointed the officers to bold the election in the various precincts throughout tbe county and also ordered the ballots printed and made preparations for receiving the returns The committee ordered that the name ot each candidate should appear on the ballot as be paid in his initiation fee and become a candidate before the primary The order of the committee was carried out to the letter In order hat the public may know the character of the men that conducted the- rimary we here give the full com Nicholas Banass Wm Brown S T Stevens 0 R Tins Dr G F Chapman W P lIen der D W Kimmel W H Wilcox Geo M Maddox ILL Taylor Wm Hamilton W R Hodges Dr S D Taylor E E Rogers J H Stewart E Role W P Miller Sylvester White J B Wallace John Shullz acob Chancellor Joe H Roberts T Whitlmghill S L Phillips v W Royal Eq EJ Massie L Bennett II 0 Shaver suit LonI Rogers Does the toping assassin of charac er impeach tbe character ot any of- hese gentlemen What gentleman this group merits the wrath and in dignalioD ot this character assassin Will heselect EqeIdMaesiennd W 7I I It P Render both of whom were candi dates or will he choose Dr G F Chapman and Nicholas Barren and Wm Hamilton and 8 T Hunter and John H Stewart and Jacob Chancellor and C T Whittinghill Drench of the other members sepa rately to be the object of his burning rage and infamous utterances Or lastly will he invoke the gods of his malice ndenvy to destroy the editor of THE REPUBLICAN because ho prov ed by his own handwriting that he was actually a perjurer that he did secretly and under the assumed name A G Benton seek to destroy the character of a public man and defeat him for the nomination for County Judge which be sought which he himself acknowledged by bis silence lo be true This chancier attaitln can talk about these gentlemen at pleas ure but be cannot finda more high ly respected body of men in the the county Each and every oDe of them are hightoned gentlemen lead ing men in their respective localities brave soldiers of the Republican party entrusted by the people to guard the partys interest and lead it to triumphant victory They would scorn the idea of delving in the slum of fallen and degraded humanity and from that obnoxious retreat fire shafts of slander from the infernal de mons pit at the character of a public servant in the Lope that be could blacken and damn his character and destroy his reputation and standing which rae dearer than life Fellow citizens here is the charac ter of the editor of the Hartford Herald contrasted with those gentle men who conducted the Republican primary He charges that these men entered into a body which he styles court house ring and as such bor rowed andmanipulated the Goebel machine which he has been defend ing in the interest of the men nomi nated We ask you our readers dp you believe it Does not the strong appeals for party harmony and party loyalty from Messrs L W Hunt H Clay York Geo W Egan L L Daniel John T Rone S t ParkL Berry Loney and Esq Ed Massie brand this charge as infamous These gentlemen were all candidates before the primaryread ther letters and judge for yourselves Again fellow Republicans let us warn you against this character assassin There is noth ing too sneaking for him be will play friend and then stab you in the the back His sole object and delight is to split the Republican party for as it stands harmoniously united it is as invincible as its principles are ev erlasting Before the primary TIIE REPUBLICAN urged the members of the party to vote their true sentiments and we trust they did Now we earnestly entreat that every regu lar and every volunteer will buckle on the armor and when the bugle sounds to arms a grand army will fall into line of batto and storm the forts ofGoebelism and those approving the court of pesecution at Fraukfort and Georgetown CENTERTOWN KY We are almost in a state of perfect rest since the election some of us per hapsfailed to win the nomination for our choice but we are able to hear lie defeat and work hard to have tie en tire ticket a winner Do not get sore headed voters on account of the loss of your choice but be up and doing your best and will sweep the field this next Nomember We have the slate party filled lor our next county ticket and the timber in it is oftbe old hickory kindMiss Iva Watson has returned to her home in Maxwell after an exten dive visit to friends here Miss Anna Ward of Louisville has returned home after visiting the family of Mr lames Benton Mr Torn Benton has returned to his railroad position Messrs L H Reneer and Willie James went to Hartford Tuesday Mr Prank May and family are with us again alter a long visit to the sister of Mrs May in Pleasant Ridge Mr Shelby Bilbro of Beaver Dam school visited his home near here SaturdayMr Condict who has been sick for quite a while is able to be out againMrs Frank Ross is on the sick list but not dangerously ill Mr Alvin Rowe spent several days in Leitchfield last week MAY IIIUKI A NTiTcit INTIMIS- IITM nine HngbM Tonta new Improved tail ploiiant taken In early Spring and Fall pro rent Chilli Dengn and Ualarlil Fnven Acti on the liver tone np the ijitem flatter than Quinine Guaranteed try It At nruggiiMWc and 1100 bolUI88tt Dot Tobirro Iplhad Huolt Toir lift Lna r- To quit totiaceo eaMIr nud forever la mar netlo lull of life iiorvo niul vlfior take KoTo 130 the wonderworker tnannakei wenUtnen itrona All druggliUWoorll Curoguaron teed llooklet anil aaraplo free Address hailing Ileaedy Co ChIn ff or New York j DEMOLISHED Explosion Occurred at a Time When no Life Was Endangered Total Loss From Damage to Milt and Village Not Over Five Thousand Dollars With the sound of twice ten thons and thunderstorms nearly two tons smokelcjs powder let go yester day morning at Kings Mills about thirty miles east of this city Kings Mills where about thirty tons ot powder is manufactured and shipped every day la used to explos- Ions They occur with startling regularity and are usually accompau led by loss ot life or limb but the biggest explosion that his ever occurred there passed without accident- A few minutes alter I oclock yes terday morning the glazing department of the smokeless plant Va sent heavenward at the rate of about the speed attained by cannon balls There were two explosions one fol lowing the other so quickly that the reports were scarcely distinguished The smokeless plant Is east of the main plant about halt a mile ands connected with it by steam pipes Had the explosion occurred during the day a train nt powder mills might have been set If There were no cas ualtles the only man who had any experience being Prank Brown II night watchman who was a quarter of a mile away from the explosion but who was knocktd into the ilver The little village of Kings Milb presented a sorry tight yesterday morning Nearly every private dwelling had lost a few panes ol glass while the Public Library and the school were the worst sufferers The school lost so many panes of glass that it was Impossible to have school and the library was damaged to the extent of about 100 All of the houses in the village except tour are owned by the King Pow der Company and the loss to the company including the loss of machinery stock and to the houses in the village will amount to about 000Every town within a radius 01 twenty five miles was shaken up the people thinking that an earthquake had occurred At Manson which it a few mile away from Kings Mill the people thought an attempt had been made to blow up the bank and appeared in the streets armed with re volvers and shotguns- It was a happy accident that the mill blew up during the night at there are more than 100 men who are employed at the mill and intbe Immediate vicinity during the day Pieces cf the debris were carried more than a mile by the fotce of the ex plosion New mill will be built at once and the work of removing the debris began yesterday morning at daylight Cincinnati CommercJalTri bune When you want a physic that if mild and gentle easy to take and pleasant in eflcct use Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25C For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Resolutions of Respect CASTLE HALL ROUGH RIVBR LOPCK No no K OP P WHEREAS This Lodge has learned with a piolound sorrow of the death of our beloved brother W W King which occurred at his home at Paradise Ky on Peb ruary s 1901 of paralysis Brother King was an uptight honorable young man and had just completed a course in dentistry and was loved and esteemed by all who knew him Therefore be it RESOLVED That in his death this Lodge has lost a worthy member the community in which he lived has lost an exemplary young man and his prolession has lost a rising young member who bade fair to be a shin ing light in his profession RESOLVED That this Lodge extend to the family of the deceased its heart felt sympathy in this their sad hour bereavement and commend them to the God ot Heaven who doethall things well- RESOLVED That the officers land members of this Lodge wear the fcsu al badge of mourning for thirty days RESOLVED That a copy of these resolutions be spread on the record of this Lodge and a copy be sent to the family of the deceased and be publish ed in the two Hartford papers- Respectfully S A ANDERSON W S TINSLEY Com W II BARNES j- 4 What would you do if taken with colic or cholera moibus when your physician is away from home anr the drug stores are closed Alter one such emergency you Mill 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 Vayne Griffin Bro m r A Chance for a Hustler There is an opportunity lor one ol our 30ung men or youngwoman to make money with THE UNIQUE MONTHLY Depew Building New York This Monthly which was lor merly The Penny Magazine has now become the standard half dime maga zine of the world It wants one agent In this vicinity and will give exclu sive territory to the rlgh person Besides paying big commissions to its representative it sends a present worth more than the price of The Unique Monthly to every subscriber that is secured by the representative Better address at once The Unique Monthly Depew Building New York a Hobbled Into Mr Blackmtms drug store one evening says We Icy Nelson of Hamilton Ga and he asked me to try Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism with which I had mflercd for a lont time I told him I hId no faith any medicine as they all failed He said Well il Chamberlains Pain Balm does not help you you need not py for it I took a bottle ol it home and used It according to the direction and in one week I was cored and have not since been troubled with rheumatism Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m HERBERT KY Feb roThe measles are getting in their wotk here at present The election la over and the candi dates are quieted down There was R short vote polled here in Kills pre cinct on account of measles and the grippe but we have the right men in the right places so Republicans standby them from now until next Njvem her and victory is uurs We understand that the undertakers have been doing a rushing businees since the election Mr Virgil Miller wife soil daugh ter Bee are down with the meat Ifs Misses Maggie Chambers Sidle Miller and Hdna lord hare returned home trom Pombv ill r where the were attending school having learned how to break out with the tueajler the first thing after arriving there Messrs C F Miles and G T Bur dette have exchanged farms Miss Drat Black who fans been sick for some time is thought to tx improvingMr Hobbs of Mayfield who has been visiting relatives in thi community for several weeks r will re turn home in a few days Mr O T Burdettcwho has had the grippe for two or three weeks says be Is greatly improved since ht received the returns from the eKction Mr I A Crow and wife art down with la grippe Mr Willie Sillier bis moved into his new retidence un Ward s reet ROSIN Danger of Colds and La Grippe The gteattit clanger hum COld and la grippe is their resulting in pueu mania If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy is taken all danger is avoid ed Among tie tens ot thousand who have used this remedy for thes diseases we have yet to learn of i single cae having resulted in pneu monla hlch shows conclusively that it is a certain preventive ol thai dangerous malady It will cure s cold or an attack of la grippe in lest time than any other treatment It is pleasant and safe to take For salt by Z Wayne Griffin Bro w Death of Miss Nannie Massie Miss Nannie MaJsie daughter ol Judge C W Matsie dltd last Thurs day nipht of consumption after an ill ness ot three months The funeral took place Friday afternoon from th residence with services by Rev b Pendleton Jones The interment was n I lilmwoodOweriborolcquirerNotice Orders Ohio Quarterly Court December Term fi at d y Dc mter io I 90 Oi motion ol the Court et the De cember Term 1900 it is ordered and djudged by the Court that tfie time for holding the terms of the Ohio Quarterly COUIt be hanged from monthly terms to Quarterly terms and that said change shall take effect at the April term 01 said Court and said terms shall be held on the third Monday in April and that therealter each term cf said Court shall be held on the third Monday in July October January and Apiit respectively Ordered that Court adjourn until Court in course C py AttestJ MILLER J 0 Q C Batters Buckeye Pile Ointment is no panacea but is recommended lor Piles only These it will cure Puce Soc in bottles tubes 7Sc For site by J II Williams m If you want to go to school cheap we can start you in by selling you H scholarship iu the West Kentuck Seminary at a discount Write us or call at our office A Warning To feel tired alter exertion is one thing to feel tired before is another Dont fay the latter is If zlnesa it isnt but its a sign that the system lacks vitality is running down and needs the tonic effect ol Hoods Sarsa parilla Its a winning tooRnd sufferers bhould begin taking Hoods at once Buy a bottle tnd y Boat for the Bowels No matter what ailou headache to a cancer you will never pet well unlil your bowels are put right CAS CARETS help nature cute you with out a grip or pain produce easy oat unit movements costs you just io yourhetlthback metalIevery stamped on it Beware ol imitations CfAS JORXAB- NlI the lto Md M liars Alwari Boattt Ilpatut i1 of jr SmrofuiTHE OFF PRIMtJJ OF HEREDITARY BLOtjD TAINT Scrofula ii hut a modified form of Blood Poison and Consumption The parent whole by cither wilt see in child the same disease manifesting itSelf in the at swollen eland of the ntck and throat catarrh weak eyes ofTenilvt sores abscesses and oftentimes white swell lnglure signs of maybeaiongtme1fortTedIaeieedvelolowiyin blood anti will break out at the first favor able opportunity S S S cures this WAS- tIng disease lint purifying and building the blood and stimulating and invigorating the whole system J M Seals 1 15 rnbltc Squirt Nashr11leTenn cutherthesideof her fare becamewollen and heisted Some of the best doctors here and eliewhere mended her without any benefit We decided CDUrelmakes new anti pure SSSstrengthen blocjj cure to a for nourish the Scrofula aini- cafe It overcomes all forms of blood poison whether inherited or acquiredanlt no remedy so thoroughly anybloodgetthedamageSend our physicians about yourcaae We make no- charge whatever medical advice THE IVIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA CA n STRONG TICKET The Road to Success Lies in a United Party Says S A Park EDITORS REPUBLICAN Some time ago I became a candidate lor the Republican nomination for Jailer and prosecuted my claim vigorouily until about four weeks be lore the day of the election when my wife took suddenly 111 and I was call ed to hrr btdside atd was forced to quit the fitld To those who gave me their support and indorsement I am very grateful and against those who stave others their tupport I hold nothingNow the primary has been held ac coiding iu sehi dule tifne and so far us 1 have been able to learn It was cordncttd as fair us any election eve- rcs and lOIn assure each and every one icctivitis ccrlfi tes ot nomina lion that they will have my most c rdml support in the contest which iajut beiore us The men nomicnt e l me al good men tctive and pro urensivr fully meriting the support ofevety Republican and independent voter in the county We have been itrnjlinf for in prrmacy of the law lor majority tub in Kentucky loi jood goverttmrnl and in my judgment the onlyway to attain these blessings lies In a patriotic submission to tbe voice ol the great masses of tbe geople A major fly of the Republicans of the county bve raid that Thos H Black was their choice for J ilernnd to this tee titration I cheerfully submit- I do not believe and I am candid too that any tine his a singl reason lor not giving the whole tlcke their truest and most loyal support The only grounds upon which a counter claim could be bafed are that the other lellows got the most votes I think that friends will join with mt in the struggle to elect the wnoli ticket this tall and thus establish the light of tbe Republics party to gov Crouchin Iilurkslungs become rough and In flamed from coughing and the germs of- consumptlo n find an easy entrance Take no chances with the dangerous foe For 60 years Ifeetordl Sixty years of cures A AYQI23PQetoraI r soothec and heals the wounded throat and F lungs You eseapcan attack I oi1 consumption with L all Its terrible suffering resultsrbad as coughing A 2Sc bottle will cure an ordinary cough hard cr coughs will need a SOc size i the dollar bottle Is J cheapest in the long run tpltUnjtbloodvery iii Wo tolll hardly see any 4 Igns of lire In lilm The 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With a Record OneUare SellShoeTlx ore HVKlc I ThC riROtl IVoro Jinntniortnir tIoszi 5IKC CO the doacftt licit and Sol4IlIkTS Ill titC Catci QI l upynltzoslitc stavJ tjcfrtva tiidr1 inxluct IP8 50 thcabovcShoe3OOII 1nt 11 With ha In lids pcdr or Sies on1Brownturn out nothing but the best onwiint on jJluo cbc S- g r J =01111118 j A Dictionary of ENGLISH Biography Geography Fiction etc r What better investment could bo made than In a copr of the i International I This royal volume Is a vast storehouse of valuable Information arranged In convenient form for hand eye anti mind Itis more widely used as standard authority than any other dictionary In the It should bo in every I l CcottUbGlossary ern in Ohio county as it is in tl e Nation When I receive the nomination four years hence I shall expect my opo nents to stand to me That II tbe kind of Republicanism that wins this Is the kind of Rrpub lean I am Truktlng that every Republican will be found at hla post in Novem her and will do his whole duty lam Very respectfully S A PARK Bowaro of Ointments for Ca tarrh that Contain Muroury As murcury 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 wed xcept on prescriptions from reputable I h a Icians as the damage thty will do Is ten told to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by P J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mrtcu ry and is taken internally acting di rectly upon the blood and nncctn nur faces of the system In buying lUHa Catarib Cure be sure you the gen nine It is taken internally nt d made In Toledo 0 by F J heney Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists 7c flails Family Pills are tbe btst mJ SEEDSlact Wood Stuhhs I Co KITetbeOur 5tock are the best andwararry the largest assortment of Seed In the Central Wet- Vegetable Field Grass Flower and PoUt0e8iOnlonctl I crop at moderate prices Our Now Cttalogut Is a Dandy- It filled with Information you need culllntIDrUeroIJS I artlclea each written by authorities on etch subject on Cow Praa Market Car Crop Fertilizers Fun I gui Diseases Etc Well mall It PREB provided you mention this Paper WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LoUisviuc KY I Tad Met Shsnk QueenBee Tnd Met- h BEE vai owl gtt 1 a JNO B WILSON j ATTORNEY AT LAW IHARTFORD KY Special attention irtvea to rollectloae nailifabstracts Ae aho oIolllle for Ohio toes ty DOe north side public iqaar I NfCTKSHHIIKTII KHOW1NO- i 40ears eitraula thuHoutb prove Hackee Took a treat remedy for Chills and all Malaria Fevers netter than Quinine Guaranteed try t AtlIrugelata We and ftM bottles SSMt I ATTENTION Remember that horses will have the heat attention at my stable i Good Rlggs and Buggies at all hours theIYour patronage is earnestly solicited Reipy John GKeown HAHTFORD lI1e es 12 perlPublished In the United Htated for Pe mOtr andturAllren- dersItheTwiceaWeek Jr CourierJournalTheequai nit other sen eeklles or weekllm Issued W nesdayaiidKatnrdny 10lcol i year t you get It fur only 100 A YEAR The Wednesday Itsno Is doroted to sews m ten the Hatnrday Inno In devoted to Hope Ua tore A liberal commission to Agents Maniple copies cheerfully sent tree to all whonlll anklor theta Write to fLonisyili Bjr Special Arrangement you can get TIlE KB PUI1UCAN nod t- bTwlcaaWeek t CourierJournal Bothona year for only 1 aeltCrhislsfopcah subicrlptloss only Alt sub erlptlont under tbU combination offer w tent thropgh TUB BErUIIUOAN Offltf 4i I I r iiau r1 M I w 14k I = U 0 j Attention Ladies i Wo havo just received our Spring line of tho tcelebrated ft it G Corsets which is tho best known tnnd most widely advertised Corset in America to tiny Wo Imo them in the long medium and 4- I short waist also tho straight front k J 10 sateen i Comes in white sizes to 100 4This cut representa tho with inches English and drawing rihhon su- lploti onset adapted to stout Comes w to 30 longjstrips colored sidesteels Saxony edging tvliite PRICE CENTS rIthattbU8tiPRICE ZRmedium heavy clasps eL9yof PRICE length Coutille I topL forget that wo have a Capes and Iets that wo selling fontlerI prices your chanco secure n GOOD garment CHEAP I FAIR CO THE at Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15 Illnols Control Tablo New tlm taking fB ct Bands P o 1 1 WO at noon Norih Knnnil HAnllt Monad No UrduaSram No JJt d a m No lo2duttepin No 101 due SM p m No U2doo2IU 110 No lit m I Loral JM due tbOa m pNm F l1IUllJam Ia1y tPE3e FOR NAiilNTRATE- Vfi Are oathorlwil to announce K B Taylor f the Cromw- ellNagttedalnletrklubJcttoU action ot the Ittpibllcan party MORK TRUTH THAN One step wont yon Terr IrYoar tot to keep on One word wont Ml folks who yon are YonTB Rot to keep on talking JOnlnrbwont make yon very tall f on growing want do It all itoaT got to keep then going hA wing machine 0r1s at the sIrg Ornce Mrs R A near town Is quite sick of la Mr A M Miller near tO I1W8l8 pleasant caller Mr R A Wedding was among our callers Mqnday Mr T W Barrett Barretts called to see us Wednesday t PISt i i URE FOR if i sit istlcL IInMWON u e cut represents tho nty with sateen 15 long in front bust I extra stay on hips two each silo I Conies in I black anti sizes to 30 85 I lace 18 30 This cut represents tho made of drillI with sateen 11 long in 7 a front four hook two side steels on each side adjustment in white sizes 10 to 30 r 100 short sateen strps 12 long with very ladies in hito sizes 18 10 Dont few Jack are out regardless of Thoy must go is to t FAIR DEALERS RallroadTlmo card JllM d008II1 FrflRtiU- Ko 119i POETRY take walking 110h1nad Anderson grippe Monday Adabnrg retry This inches on waist strps inches Conies NOW ta D- Dornlto the wife of Mr Herbe Park the 6th mat a fine boy i We sell ladles kid gloves at 85R cents CARSON Cog Misses Belle Wcerner and Julltt i Thomas paid us a very pleasant cell MondyLI mast received a new lot ol ladles fine shoes Ask to see them CARSON Co I Mrs Alex Barnett ol near Bcd who has been sick for several days with la grippe is still confined to heri tools A new lot collars for men and ladles the newest things on the market all sizes 14 to 17 In mens 13 to 14 In la dies CARSON Co 1We still have a lot of odds end ends inllnr Pine shoes that were 3 toJ I 13 So per pair Your choice lor i 9 I Sizts a to 6yf CARSON Co Born on the u inst to Mr aadw Mrs Homer Hampton No Cjek a fine boy Dr R L Pord physician I f Stop at the Commercial Hotel Hartford Ky The best of fate Rates on reasonable Your patronage solicited A J WILLIAMS Prop I Agents wanted at once in ench town to handle Scotts Inhaler Best seller out Dig profits Address C box 31 Centertown Ky On account of Ger l Mlshfonoiy Conference M It Church South at New Orleans LY April 24 to 30 tickets will be sold at rate ot one fare for the round trip 1800 Tickets on safe Apill 22 23 and 24 good for return until May 2 f I S B VANMBTBB Agt AlWAYS1 LEAD THEPROCESSION it You ire eircful about roar duI A neat ppciriict Inspirer confident and- rlnafriends FRED KAUFfMANNS MADE TO ORDER GARMENTS ire well built and bare I iljllth optodito ntu about them which nilu them popular Leave orders with Miller Stevens Local Rcpmciutlr Mr G W Hunger Is on tbe ac list Mr Jno B Wilson was in Rock putt Wednesday Mr Geo M Maddox Rockport called to see us Monday I Mr R P Brown near Ecbols is dangerously 111 of pneumonia Mr Fred Ambrose Yukon Okla Is visiting his father family near Beda Mr LIe Williams ol the Hope well neighborhood is very sick ol pneumonia Mr Will Lilts and Mrs W Q Park and son of the Btda neighborhood are quite sick of pneumonia Mr Wm Cbinn of near Pre ntis lost his residence and smokehouse end all the contents Wednesday by fire No insurance LOOK LOOK For the next ten days I will sell secondhand sewing machines from 15 up Cash GROSS WILLIAMS Agent We can start a young man or lady in the Southern Normal College at Bowling Green mighty cheap CauI and get our scholarship and go to school Mr Wade Daniel near town died yesterday morning oils grippe Ills remains wilt be interred to day at the Bethel Cemetery He was sick only shell time It has been repotted that Mr Jo DI Vickers was dangerously ill of pnenI moniaat Brevier Ky but it is al aI mistake Mr Vickera is traveling lathe lnteie t ol tbe Knights of Equity If you want tbe news during the campaign you should subscribe for TUB RBPCBLICAH From all accounts the campaign will be a very warm one and everybody should read TUB RnrunLiCAN If youre behind with THE RBPDDU CAN please call and settle the arrears Your favor will be greatly appreciated by TUB RKrcBUCAN Circuit Court convenes the first Monday and we should be pleased to see you tbenC Persons desiring neat and npto dates tailor made clothing both ladles and gentlemen would do well to examine the samples of Messrs Miller StevI ens They represent Fred Kauflman t Chicago and guarantee perfect IlAtlsa actiontOn account Mardi Gras celebration New Orleans February 14 to 29 tbe C R R will sell round trip tickets rate oi one fare for the round trip Fare from Beaver Dam Ky8oo Tickets on sale February 12 to 18 final return limit Match 7 1911 Mr Wm T Baldwin of Beaver was buried at GOl hen graveyard Wednesday at I oclock by Preston Norton Post No4 Chaplain Joe A Bennett officiating at the Quite a number of the old soldier attended also a large crowd 01e friends and relatives were presenta Mr A C Taylor and Miss Willie were married Tuesday evening- at Elizabeth Chapel Daviess county They arrived in Hertford Wednesday where a sumptuous dinner awaited them They are occupying the new residence which Mr Taylor has just completed They have our best wishes On account of Presidential IaauguI ration ceremonies at Match 4 round trip tickets will be sold Irom Beaver Dam Ky to Washington DCand return at rate Jig 15 tot round trip Tickets sold March 2 and 3 good tar return until March S B VANMKTBR Agta Gordon Ford colored Hayti met a very painful accident one day lest week while making codec In a canteen When the entice was in good way boiling he attempted to remove I the lid which was tightly fitted the can So much gas had accum lated within that when the top was One doseTell the story When your headaches and you feel bilious consti pated and out of tone with your lustbuy And Hoodstake a dose from You will be surprised PillsIthey will do their headache and liver and make you feel 23 cents Sold by alt dealeraJ slightly loosened the coffee grounds and all sprang upward severely burning the side of his face almost frIghtening him outof his wits The last beard fom he was resting with as much ease as could be expected under the circumstances Dr W S Williams Unlontown wee in town first of the week the guest of Dr J R PIrtle Dr Will k lams lost his entire stock of dental tools end fixtures by fire recent i amounting to about 1000 with b 1500 Insurance Dr Williams is an Ohio county boy and we are very so ry to lear of his misfortune Mr Blyotte Greer ot near Beda died last Thursday of pneumonia af tern very brief illness Weareint formed that he was sanguine that he wouldnot recover but tbat tbe ravages of that dreaded disease would wreck his physical being During his illness he made a profession of re ligion and had his friends hold song and prayer service for him Before the end came he gave his wife In structlons all about the funeral services He was well respected and a warkI nearest him The remains were interred at bit Hermon Friday alter funeral lier vices by Rev R D Bennett A STRONG PLEA Squire Massies Strong Plea fo Party Loyalty and Party Success Wbitesville Ky Feb nTo tbe Republicans of Ohio county It gives me great pleasure indeed to express my heartfelt thanks to my many friends who took an interest in my behalf and assisted me in my cam paign for the nomination for County Judpe and f year and pray that I may at some future time have an op portunity to favor each of them for their kindness extended to me on that ocqaMon I entered the race sincerely hopl g that I would be the successful one al though fully realizing the fact that I had for my opponent two men well bellked by the people and known throughout tbe county ti be well qualified for the office and deserving- I have always had the kindest feel ings towards both of my opponents Andnow as tbe primary election is oveT and the Republicans have seen cause to award one ofmy opponents the honor I sought I now feel it my duty as a true Republican to lend him helping hand lam ready and anxious to render oil serrlcesln my power to elect him with eVe er nominee on the ticket The motto ol every Republican should be Let the rakjority rule and I lor one will always gracefully and cheerfully bow to the verdict of the people We cannot fiord to let our deleat weaken our efforts in the least in behalf of our successful friends bnt we should do Unto them as we would have them to do unto us had we been successful and plucked the laurels ol honor that has lately been placed on our worthy friends I firmly believe that every Icandi whose name was on the ballot at our recent primary was worthy tbe of every voter in the county end would have made an efficient of ficer and I would not have hesitated n giving either of them my unfanl support but the hopes of only few could possibly be gratified it is the duty of all of us defeat edones to be loyal manly sect true and hold not tbe least resentment against any of our opponents who were more successful than ourselves 1 endeavored to make an honorable canvass and treated my opponents with as much courtesy as I knew how and will gratefully acknowledge the receipt of tbe same toner in return I hold nought against any one who voted agalnsrme but am ready to do Anything honorable in my humble way in behalf of those who sere chos as our standard bearers and trust have a kind feeling toward mend will remember me In the future And so intense is my regards for my many friends who gave me their support until I cannot refnlm from again thanking them and also assur- Ing that my efforts in their behalf shall never cease until they have crossed over the river and rest under the shade Fervently trusting that all Kepnb leans will be loyal and tree to the principles of the party unite with one accord shoulder the armor of dvllllbertyand do their whole duty to defend the rights of our country and land every Republican nominee to victory next Novemberxvith n overwhelming majority and all will be well I am for Fon Rogers and the entire Republican ticket Very respectfullyED COLLEGE NOTES Rev Stoneham made an excellent end profitable talk Monday morning Enjoyed by all Mrs Dr Ford Misses Edna Griffin and Amble Ford were pleasant vIsItors- at Ex Monday morning Prof R II Hanklna is with us again alter spending a few days with bis parents at Duumore Misses Eva Brown lad Hattie Barnett who have been oat of school on account of sickness art icitlirchO i again Mr Chester Bishop visited his parents near Centertowa Saturday aoJ Sunday bides Belle Wcerner Juliet Thom r an Mary Wedding Lettle Marks and Mrs Dr Wedding were welcome vise tors nt Ex Tuesday morning- n Messrs E 0 Cottrell and Watrcn Lindley were pleasant visitors at Gen eral Exercises Wednesday minting We are glad to have Miss Ella Her ring In school again She has been absent quite a while on account of sickness in tbe family Judge J S Glenn made an excellent and profitable talk in Civil Govern atmaul class Thursday morning Miss Kittle Collins is out of school sicknessrThe following pupils have matricu lated since our last report Misses Lena Miller and Maud Roland BBULAH Marriages- Mr Harry E Pearce Render to Miss Rosa May Maddox McHenry Date ol marriage Feb 6 Mr Clinton T Turner Maxwell to Miss Leona B Cox Pleasant Ridge Date ol marriage Feb 10 Mr John T Hoover Olaton to Miss Ada Cummlngs1 Olaton Date of marriage Feb 10 Mr Robert P Her Rockport to Miss Mabel Tillord Rockport Dote ol marriage Feb to Mi L L Coil Adabnrg to Miss blerella Edge Adaburg Date of marriage Feb ti Mr Sam F Asbford Rosine to Mrs Mary Monrowe Rosine Dater of tnarilge Feb n Mr N J Allen Arnold to Mrs Martha Arnold Horse Branch Date of marriage Pcb 13 Mr John T Patton Beda to Miss Lena Ralph Beda Date ol marriage Feb 14 11 Her Decendants Number 237 Princeton Ky Feb uMr onrjlwboany woman In Kentucky lnot in the United State She has 237 living descen dants including ten children 100 grandchildren too great grandchlN dren and seven great great grand chllden Mrs Mitchell hasten mar tied seventy years Only ne of her chlldien died IN THE WINTER BwMni Pluter It Palm Mater For cough and colds Benson Porous Plaster are an incomparably better rem edy than any other external or internal IThllupsettingtheseate Den Plasters are medicinal in the highest degree and quickest to act Placed on the chest or back or on both atone In serious cases the good effect is felt Immediately The congestion yields the cough abates and the breathing improves kidneydisuffering and loss of time Bensons Plasters are immeasurably 1Iu parlor to Belladonna Strengthening Cap plasterlotDinents liniments and salves ffyJfeMgAutdruggistluredectrustworthy household remedies For sale by aU druggists or we will prepay postage on say number ordered in the UnitedI States on receipt of 35e each Be sure the no IISeabl1l1I Good Beginnings Mane Good Endings You Ale making a good beginning when you continence to tike Hoods StrstptrSU for any trouble of your Hood stomAch kidneys or liver Persistently taken greAt medicine o 8l bring you the good ing of perfect heArth strength arid vigor SaIJaatl j STRONG APPEAL I Giveus Peace Harmony and a Loyal Submission to the Will of the People Says I Jno T Rone IHaving made the race tor tae Re nomination for County At- torneyI in the recent primary it now IUYlsuccessruloflpoaent i tin on his splendid vlctoiy and as tense my friends one and all that am a tiue blue Republican and will I give the entire ticket my earnest support Tbe men who conducted the I primary were of our very best citizen ship and I am thoroughly j tbat the results of the election were I fairly and equitably assertained tin i each and every candidate was give his just dues and no more Our only hope for luture success the county and State rests in a will- Ing submission to the voice of the great common people Tbirtyt peopleIhave their hopes grati fied Those ten positions have been filled by the peo pie with good and efficient men therefore it becomes the duty ot ever loyal Republican to stand to tbe part nominees My Republican friends it occurs tome that we should t by the sadence of the cratic party in Kentucky during the last three yenta Its leaders have reo fuged to submit to the will of tbe peo pIe but have declared themselves in open rebellion against their decrees and from that revolutionary course anarchy and chaos have reigned a t tbe capital city Give us peace bar mony and a loyal submission to tin injunctions of tbe people Now I desire to thank my friends for the interest they took In my candidacy with the assurance that I e truly greatlnl for the favors rendered Again assuring tbe party that shall at all times hold myself ready to take up arms In defense of the trainees whenever commandedand hoping that I will be remembered in 195 I remain Very Respy I JOHN T RONS Dont think less of your system than you do of your house Give it a thorough cleansing too Take Hoods Sarsaparilla for Colonel Bryan announces that he is learning to set type Po the past lye years he has been engaged insetting pinsSt Louis Globe Demo Iat S N111 1 a1 1 101 4d A Soldiere 7etlentirie lor 1 I HY C L MKDDING MANILA P L t I am sick of Kingly Kinglets I Ajid of chocolate colored holies ITheresIn this lonely heart of mine fAnd it seeks to find expression I 1 In a Soldiers Valentine 1 Though a regiment of soldiers I 0IThat I left beyond the sea I f A j iAmI I C On a February morning 1 tho birds begin to mate I J eiWhonwillsQQthis wayworn letter iIf by your breakfast plate a Though it smells of stalo tobacco And tho pen is not my line These aro things that you must pardon In a Soldiers Valontine It is best to tho question I In a manner plain and c1earIWill you leavo Gods chosen country For a tattered Valentino I a1Vi11f To the Philippines in answer I To Soldiers Valentino I IInWith the Regulars and thouRockies I fir yf ejgray a aII r With a smilo rind blush divine C Will you pass mo through to Luzon 1 i In a Soldiers Valentino I ca u Y Zktate iirl vsiatka II J = Ni MONEY itarito make our Spring purchases We buy our goods about March 1st and in order to clean out all our winter goods and raise tho make our Spring purchases wo will cnshtoIexceptionally low prices on the tioned below IIjjf Ladies slid Childrens allwool Hose were J25c now lc Mens allwool IInlfhose were 2oc now lOc Mens Negligee Shirts 40e Ihero50c All of our loo Negligee Shirts go Jat 50e All of our 1 Negligvo Shirts go at pj 75c This is a good time to buy your Shirts m H for School Svelte dColumbia SlieetingtheoldreliablontGie MensalUwool Underwear per Suit 150 1VehnvotlS on indertvear in like proportionajfe AVo have not space to mention all of the KJ Winter Goods we are closing out but if you two 2v will make us n visit and get sere prices wo airs sure to do business Remember the above jja prices hold good only until March 1 1901 FURNITURE y yWekeep constantly on hand n largo stocky of cheap but excellent Bedsteads Oak Suites Bed Springs Mattresses Extension Tables l IronoBedsteads I IrDress GodsandShoes great big stock of Ladies Dress v Clothing tool Shoes for every little old and young Dont 2 Sill to make us a visit andsecure some ofour 2 Bargains Yours for Trade COI7E3arttOrd Ster- v r o 1 tlf StrungLetter From Lone KyKb7 tT1 wtslrto express my sincerest thinks to my many friends throughout the county who took so much interest in my race the nomination for Assessor I was defeated but I humbly submit to the decision All the candidates treated me with great respect espe really do I hold dear the respect and kindness shows me by Mr Frank Lowe and my other opponent dur ing the campaign So I ata for all tbe nominees and will do all In my power to secure their election next tell I am yours Republicanism L BERRY LoNE- Vrxl nrNsnl NrsN That COllijil- llhhItJS On You have used all sorts of cough reme dies but it does not yield it is too deep seated It may wear I itself out in time it is more liable butj produce la pneumonia or a Ithatstrength and build I up the bod- ySCOTTS EMULSIONI strengthens builds up and makes the body strong and healthy not only to throw off this hard cough but to againstfurther youshouldnourishing food medicine oc and lioo all diugltu ecrranowNElaemblaNewYorkCJAt13TORYA Bern tkoireKind YM ton Atop BagK Jlpaluzt JJPor clR I f I Rough River Telephone CifflMfpj a rlcoarOUrJID Talk being cheap andnecessary you should patronize home folks honesaodbuildyorowaliaeanerd r the whole and business points generally byonly payintf a rent to Rough OytheyWe conned with all IndeomdenlCompaDifi THE PHOCLAMATIONTOR KING REX t haeingbccnlaudltnowhmelntorkbloyar r throughout tbtloiiil to jiromd tort FMtlTtHtjrof New Orleans parilclpatlug MARDI GRASSwblrn for the year 1901 will be brld uaaFebruary 19 Forth ucriulon the ILUNI CJTML R L tiNrw i One Fare for the Round TrlPa Vonr locnl ticket agent will tall you thadatn- oIaaepeclao rat sail limit ol thnwMnrdj arsdtletet Hot Springs ARKANNAH VIA MEMPHIS rttIUnollIts w Orlani IJmltml kavliit Cincinnati dally hatblolrliDIDlmaa flwplnu rat and rrvt Mclliliic ctalr tttlluctnnr to MttunbtN and tlwptng ear aid roach Memphis to 1 at Thronab rewrrntlonn Cincinnati and Loafs rill to HotHprlnKcan also be Meurvdon tbeBiwdnl talnl1IKinoatl16 a uand loolr liotapria3oMemphableepingrorcanerviOfnruntv + A ipecU tuldcr ot this now MrTlco aa writ as toll particular conwrntnK the above caa Ie had toOatlDSUoeaA It UAaaoOoui r Ageatrh- leagoaesTORrdba Bsn tkaiM Klsi BtrtM- r z l G 4 fftl I xwanrxaanawlam 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same equaled as Models Nos 2 3 and 4un Writ for Printed Matter Free I SmithPremier tgJelllrilel CO of For Natural wyrr i CENTS CENTS 1etlafem 190La = 412 Walnut Street CinolnnaUCJhio Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15 IN MEMORY OF AMS1KB WILSON It WM on it bountiful winter dnjr 11 ben the flood from the heavens had flown To the earth an Angel made Ito way And claimed aweet Annie Dell lor Its own Annie Belle la now at rent In the Mod ot Joy and lore Where none can enter bot tho bleat Tq lire with the angels above Then alater and brother weep no more nat lire ne Jean would bar you do And mime futon time on tho goblin chore Yon can lire with later sad soother too To life thin dear angel did rung For lather on earth no more she could Me Dot now she la with mother and ran alng The aonga ol Jean fall end free Good friend den frienda lire lu che So you can loin the heavenly band When lent shell call for thee To come home to the promlM land Pear Annie llrlle baa fought and won the price And on earth with friend no more hall atay lint we ran meet her beyond the ailm Where there le continual day Then let na ever faithful lire 80 we ran mnt her on the other chore Where Jein alike will wire Ills children n home torerermore A FRIIXD What Is Wanted We want the trade ot the Orient all of It that we can secure on a profitable basis the same as we trade with England and the Continental countries We want the trade of France all of it that we can do on the same basis But we do not want the trade ol France at the expense ol our fruit growers by a reciprocal arrangement that would admit the dried fruit and other products of that country at a lower rate ol duty The followers ol Bryan said in 1896 that we could not have expansion ol our foreign trade without giving for eigneers free access to our own mar kets The followers of Bryan were discredited and defeated In the cam paign ot 1896 and the Dlgley TariO bill took the place of the Wilson Tar iff law Expansion of our foreign trade followed despite prediction to the contrarya greater extension than ever before in the history of the countryWe have the trade of other countries without ruining our own manufacturers and producers or re ducing our laborers to a state of panp erism What is vastly more impor tant we can preserve our hose mar kets the best in the world and bound to continue the best as long as our people are prosperous our laborers employed at remunerative wages There are chances no doubt to make additional reciprocal arrange ments such as would not affect Injur Iously onr producers and laborers but we want none such as the one pro pored with Francewe want none with the Oriental countries that would let in free or at reduced rates the pro ducts of the pauper labor of the teem- Ing millions thereOregon States manA rich lady cured of her deafnses and noises in the head by Dr Nichol sons Artificial Ear Drums gaveio 000 to his Institute so that deaf peo pie unable to procure the Eir Drums may have them free Address No 4483 The Nicholson Institute 780 I Eighth Avenue New York CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought ISlgnaturoor In Memory- On the 24th oi September 1930 the deathangel came into our home and took dear mother out of this world ol suffering and darkness into heavens beauty and happiness When the I tidal wave of peace forever beater WHY HE CURES 1 The Grealeat Bpeclallat of the Time Circa 1DoctormethodAlothOd I I pexactlloodill in dclormtiHHL Thus reaWlAt inlnletortd which arepociallj prepared unde or h freotcane Nolwoponpleareaflected b D the- 1m0 manner conBoquont Iluntwola4techuuld to IDrIIU I IonlcaneIn aepecUleuanner nutalaiegowfInEYO moleTroaladand nuliermua- Cee is duebWlodlrldualrytom of tnwtment ExolullvoTrIJlromdorlOralnIIrtaot the j nslotDrndhaxsYmethndotlranumtiehclleraItw4er of lilaremMtlehaa U aware ml I chief which mar be uallpecIeJtsmBlood and SkIn treatment tor Diseasesblodtwwrof nr ulcenvMros blotcheiirlnirlex elc and notonlr rea tnd to nuunlle- rzndlwnnlmteo purifies tho blood that the dlnoawl d com- Blftelrdrlrenfrom the artetn all IblawlUiout a4mlnlaterlntf AforeIlisVarlaoeeleandan- eivhlsonuamaWdreent strlclulrotlrel canes n and Innanent sun No opeullon le leq1l11Pd anJI no pain nr Inconrenlonce are experienced hr a latethentneme d both uts end tile aIr ma b ae cooditinn ot n rifr1lDrIIatbawarbailuiitnrFpamlaneir Kidney te+ thown wbo have Diseasesreosnnlomwct Kidney lroiIieerrend tree orerrouo who end him his name amt addren neNewofthisConlultatlon name end address ne Dr Ilathnwal FREE bJTmncalotrSnmnTloUUt J NEWTON HATHAWAY M Ds UrlUthawayCo TeDDfIlNrION A J fW tJ t ngulctt tho heavenly aborts may wo be guided by Gads hand over llfea mighty waters deep and be delivered safely to the other shore Dear moth er passed from this earth with the ex ptession of peace on her sweet face though she could not speak to us she let us know of her happiness through the heavenly smile she bore on her sweet lace Dear mother was always so good kind and loving to us that we can never get over our sad loss for mother seemed to hold a bright light for all the family and all around her We never knew how to appre ciate our dear mother nntll she was gone Although we did all in our power to make her nappy but God knows best and doeth all things well A FRIEND IFaults ofdigestion cause disorder of the liver and the whole system be comes deranged Herbine perfects the process of digestion and asslmlla lion and thus makes pure blood Puce soc Nor sale by J H Will lams m Ca11La1TOILAiBMW theillKind YOU tot JUmp Bofigtt Blgnitan Jtf lOne Marvelous Election Phase To the average free tinder one of the wonderful phases oi the last Pros idential election was to learn that ill through the regions where great strikes occurred McKinleys vote in creased All the Bryanite leaders looted fur a great slump in the Re publican ranks But the Tact was that in Ohio West Virginia and Penn sylvania the strikers realized how protection had increased their pay and supplied millions with labs and they loathed fret trade and the idea ol be ing swindled by being paid oft tin 111 tycent dollars The common people love Ilhe so called industrial shackles that ex tend our foreign commerce and in crease the purchasing power of the masses Therefore McKinleyism is on top and the foremost man in all the world and the most beloved to day is onr great statesman William McKinley American Economist Children who are troubled with Worms are pale in the face fretful by spells restless in sleep have blue rings around their eyes bad dreams variable appetite and pick the nose Whites Cream Vermifuge wilt kill and expel these parasites Price asc For sale by J H Williams m Grover Cleveland says he did not vote for McKinly Well he missed a grand opportunity lie might have voted tor a man who was elected Pres- Ident and that lot falls to few Dmo cratsErie Pa Dispatch Are you restless by night and bar rassed by a bad cough Use Ballards Horehound Syrup it will secure you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure Price asc and 50 Poi sale by J H Williams m Mainly Due to theDIngley Tariff Mr Roberts treasurer of the Unit ed States calls attention to the fact that there is in the vaults of the Gov ernment 480709005 in gold coin the largest sum ever known to be in the treasury This immense accum ulation is due to the Dingley Tariff which has Increased production of gold which has made the United States the creditor nation of the world Hamilton 0 News Bost for tho Bowels No matter what ails you headache to a cancer yon will never get well until your boweU are put right CAS CARETS help nature cute you with out a grip or pain produce easy natural I movements costs you just 10 cents to start getting your health back CASCARETS Candy Cathartic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet has C C C stampedon it Beware of imitations The Democratic papers had but lit tie to ray agont McKlnleya message They evidently thought that the Pres ident had covered the ground pretty I thoroughly Lawrence Kan Jour nalIThe Columbia Georgia State says that no SUte in the Union will be able to keep up with South Carolinas record this year in the matter of building mills Thanks to the partylIes Moines r la RepuLlicanI COt TOUT A I Bean Ham Atari Bought thectiU IZct 1 IIeOh yes when I was in Eng land I was enthusiastically received in court circles She simply What was the charge nghinsi youiFrequently accidents occur in the householdwhich cause burns cuts pprnlns and bruises For use in such cases Ballardfl Snow Liniment has for many years been the constant favorite family remedy Price asc and Soc Sold by J H Williams m It Is hatdly correct to any that Pres ident McKlnleyH vote fell ofl in Not til Carolina It was shoved off Kansas City Mo Journil n McKinley will continue to hold open the doois ol American factories Atheville N C Register rb I ckles famous RnaSt2d Cuff RBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept Now York CitT NY tThelow priceAat which Arbuckles famous roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale Itshould not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and males many more cupfuls to the poumK No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article Full information with each package tL21 Save the signatures nnaiaria Chills and hot 1 It191 1 THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS Groves Tasteless Chill TonicThe formula is plainly printed on every bottle hence you know just what you arc taking when you take Groves Imitators do not advertise their formula knowing that you would not buy their medicine if you knew what it contained Groves contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless form The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist will tell you that Groves IS the Original and that all other socalled Tasteless Chill Tonics are imitations An analysis of other chill tonics shows that Groves is superior to all others in every respect You are not experimenting when you take Groves its superiority and excellence 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 sec 0 1 vi Questions for Women bAre exhausted Do you suffer every month If you answer yes to of whkhWineappreciate what perfect health would ofCardufIud It Nervous strain loss of sleep menstrualdJsorden lint but steadily grow intotroublesomecom Wine menotru1lsystem in perfect condition This homeThere costsoclyby 1000000 cured women LoulIIIorwduladdrelI1tIDJm 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