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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iJHE IILTFORfr REPUBLICAN 01 I ine Job Wok a Specialty JJrrlCI4L J66 + F ai n Av in w watt Gorocssiom oistftici Subscription 1 a year VOL XIII J liAETJTOJUJ KYfJUDAY FEBRUARY 22 1901 No 31 JffIfJfIlfIJIflIJIIIfIIfIfp1l IpnHr lip I wear one out Pint its waiting in dampand draft Then its ironing hot Move and Ute bard work to endure And in be tween whUea meals to house to dean aid ehildrea to tend Its bad enough for a well woman but for a weak woman its alow torture Dr Tierce Favorite Prescription cures the diieates of the orguna which weaken women It makes weak women strong and sick women well Sick women are invited to consult Dr Were by letter nee of charge All correspondence strictly private Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Mf health to the twit raw that It has been for fiar ran write Mn rhtke Morrt efIra tarnp co y aoa yL I have uka but two bottle or mtdietae Favorite lrto Kripdoo and Gold Medical Dbcovrry- Ttiae tdldllu hatedone wit mote than 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and the Court ol A p prompt attention given to all aI ntroua to Offlc HHCBUCK building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY ftl hta la tUeonrUnl Obi andadloldneoantle Alsoltotara- PublicSouthern J Railwayhrolah J N IUOKX SouthtCAROLINA ALABAMA VIR I N GEOIt- rA and MisSISSIPPI 4slbDreThrr Dial aaois text ObiY ptlonrbelr Can DomtfromvataImrtihh catNt all 1 nhtt4raa i iWAT AH 4tU AT tonliTlll ==T AMbiant 01 ALoulrlll e A Manamr I ruUtidjtn 1aafcAjati 1 i elt 1 PROMOTERS ACTIVEr Bill to Come up Monday Un Ider Suspension of Rules This is the Plan Favored by the Committee and the Necessary TwoThirds Vote has IBeen Pledged SENATE READY TO ACT I Three ways are presented to the it Lonls delegation for bringing ibe Worlds Pair bill before the House The tint oppoitnnlty will come at the I conclusion of the sundry civil bill now pending If the friends of the measure so desire Speaker Henritrann will recognize Chairman Tawnev at that time to ask for consent to tike rut the bill Mr Cannon says he will not objec and there Is mile doubt that content for conaidrration will br granted There tire reasons however why the supporter ol the bill may conclude to waive this earliest oppor tunlty which sill conic to morrow or next day The accord WAY In which the bill may be brought btlre the louse Is on a special order setting ItJIt A cei thin hour aud i limit cl time to cons sider the bill If the St Loulnans dc clde that they want an older it Is the understanding thit the committee on rules ol which the Speaker is the head will giant It The third way U the one which members of the Wotlds Pair committee the St Louis delegation and the Missouri Congressmen are Inclined to look upon with most favor That is to take advantage ol suspension day On Monday the Speaker can recognize Chairman Tawney and the latter can move to suspend the rules and pass the bill This requires that two thirds ol those voting shall be for the bill Jt limits discussion It confines tjie ac lon of the House to the bill as re- portedl by the committee shutting out amendments A carefnl canvass ol the House was begun yesterday and concluded today The results ol it are satisfactory to the Worlds Fair people They show a sale two thlida by actual poll So encouraging were the responses that the friends ol the bill feel dispos ed to watt for Monday and try the suspension route Mr Cannon was the first to suggest this course and to express the opinion that the Mil would command the nere rv two thirds fJ Speaker Hendetsoti is showing his friendliness toward the bill In a talk with Mr Cannon to day be said he thought the HOUJC wis fairly and squarely obligated to pi this bill because of Its action lat June He said he was sorry the consideration procetdri eterj ty because Ibadnot thatroot over half an hour would have beta required to pass it Mr Cannon reasserted to day that his only motive in objecting to committee of the whole was that he was afraid considerable time would be required And the sundry civil bill would be de J layed Mr Francis Mr Cobb and Mr Spencer spent the day at the capitol They held a conference with the Missourians and saw tinny Senators and Representatives No grounds for dls- i coutagement was found Mr Tawney and Mr Joy pi the committee ex press cocfidence that the delay is not I serious Mr Francis devoted considerable put ol the day to the Senators smoothing the way for quick action when the bill reaches the Senate Representative Win II Moody ol Massachusetts announced In a speech on the floor cf the House to day that he would vote for the St Louis Worlds Pair Bjll He said he thought that the honor ol the government wa pledged to the project The slgnifi cance of the announcement comes from the fact that be was the first toI rise and otyct to the consideration 011 the bill in committee of the 1IboeI yesterday He was talking to a item in the sundry civil appropriation bill today which provided for a local bank proportion He stated that be was rot In favor of the item but be beltev d the government by previous legislation was pledged to it so heI should vote for It In this conned tion be said I will take occasion to say that there is a bill coming np here shortly tor the celebration of theI centennial ol the Louisiana purchase I will vote for that bill I voted against it when it was a part of IbeI sundry civil Appropriation bill lastI session qnd I do not say now that I think It improvident However the government has pledged its support to the bill and we must fulfill on pledges Mnj Lcey an influential member of the Iowa delegation and chairman of the committee on public grounds says that he will vote for the St LouisI hit bill lie nays that he will do FO even after declaring some time aKo that he would nevtr again vote lor A measure carrying an appropriation of the kind There in merit in the bill from St Louis said the Iowan The government Is pledged to lbi project and In spite of my assertion that I would never vote for a bill o the kind I am forced to admit tha this wilt be the one exception which will prove my rule Z Wayne Griffin Bro the druggists will refund yon your money I you are not satisfied alter nsingCham berlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets They cure disorders of the stomach biliousness constipation and headache Price 25c Sample free m The Girls Will Snub Cigarette Fiends The schoolgirls of Pittsbnrg have declared war against the cigarette smoking boy Their plan of campaign I was perfected at a meeting when It was decided the boys should be warned to stop smoking the paper nuisances If the first warning is ignored It is to be repeated and If this does not bring reformation th offending boy is to be snubhfd by everyone of his girl ccqntlntancea for the period of one month The plan does not provide for any penalty beyond this point but It is taken for granted that any boy who aceumnlatlall the pretty girls of his school and etlll stick to his wicked ways is past redemption and will be permitted to plunge onward to his doom The good boys who are enrolled with the girls in the crusade the cigarette curse have been assign ed the task of securing eviden against dealers who sea cigarettes children and to hand the dealers a copy ol the law that they violate once a week I Are you restless by night and hat rassed by a bad cough Ue Ballard s Horehound Syrup it will secure yt sound sleep and effect a prompt al d radical core Price 250 and ro Per sale by J H Williams m GOVERNOR CRITTENDEN Tells ofthe Remarkable Surrender of Frank James the Noted Outlaw Alfred Henry Lewis writing in thee New York Herald tells of Frank James surrender to Gov Crlttenden He tells the story as Gov JCrittenden told it to him In November of 1883 Prank James came Into Jefferson City and gave up- I his gang to the Governor I have heard the story from GovCrlttsndens lips It was about 5 oclock in the af ternoon said Gov Crittenden when Major John N Edwards then editor ot the Kansas City Times who had been with Frank James at the back of Qtentrell in the old guerrilla days came into my office at the capital There was a mild man of middle size clothed among other garments in a derby hat anda diagonal over coat who walked close to the Majors elbow Governor said Mfejor Edwards I want to introduce you to Frank James of whom con have heard and- r who hen some business to transact with cu cf moment to both Then continued Gov Crlttens den the mild man stood forward As he did he ran his band under his overcoat and brought Into sight a belt heavy with cartridges and two 45 Ca- lIber eight inch six shooters one a Colts and one a Smith Wesson I have these pistols yet Governor said the mild man la ing a step towdrdmeMajorUdwarda- a has told you who I am Im Frank Jamie I want to surrender to yon 1rid here are my guns in proof of Ivetbeen hunted likes wolf and Im tired out Ive a boy ot twelve who doesnt know his last name Ive got a wile 1and 1 want to settle down with her and live like other folks For that reason Ive come in to give myself np I want nothing but justice and a fair trial Ive no doubt ot my ac quittal and the step I now take seems the shortest way to a day when un der my own name and tearing no men I can live with my wile and boy In my own home Crittenden gave James In charge to his private secretary a men named Farr This was about 6 oclock in the evening They planned to take the midnight train for Independence where an indictment had long been waiting against Frank James for thee Blue Cat train robbery Pending the coming tbemidnlght train James and Farr went across to the hotel to get dinner and kill time The pews pi the James surrender had spread there were a thousand folks to crowd about them This alter the first ten minutes made James uneasy He whispered to Parr Have you got any guns on you No replied Farr Well for heavens sake ge some said James Im used to carrying guns Im nervous without tthem There may be a dozen lunatics in this crowd any one of whom might ttput a bullet through my head too merely say hereafter that hexl down ed Frank James HeIloaded them with great c omfort to himself He offered them to Farr flThe latter told him to keep them as be was untaught in their use belted them on under his coat en with an air of deep relief said he was 1 J DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind MHls Well Pumps GUARANTEED a 1 L I THE BEST Hny Bale tins Cgilwiro Grate Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc a Gallon 4 McHenrvM fg SsMachCe- iT Mommy Ky now ready to dine The two Slot I down to the table the prisoner in I possession of the artillery It waS morning when the party reached Independence The wife the mother and Col Ralston the father la+law of the bandit were waiting at the station with Con Murphy the marshal when Parr and his captive steppedlrom the train When they got to the court house the James party went into one of the empty jury rooms ta have a talk Farr and the marshal were in the laUera office across the hall The news bud not as yet reached Independence and there was BO crowd What will be the amount of the ball asked Pair to Con Murphy the marshal The latter looked surprised s He cant give ball replied Mnr phy James is charged with tbeI mnrder of Billy Weptfall the conductor who was killed be was slain byI Jesse at the time of the holdup Farr was bothered James doesnt understand it that way said Parr He supposed the charge was robbery and that he could give ball Mnrpby sprang up and reached forI a Winchester rifle All I have to say observed Mur phy as with a click I click he pomp ed a cartridge into the chamber is that Prank James is here and hes going to stay II he gets out now hell have to get me first With that marshal Tas starting to take possession of the outlaw Parr de tamed him Hold on he said lames has two blg guns on him I dont cue it he has a 6coreIs41d the marshal hes going to stay with me Parr wentlnand explained to James that the charge was mnrder and no bill was possible The bandits eyes i glinted with the fierce surprise of ItIWith the word he was on his feet and his trained hands went to his guns like a flash Whats that he exclaimed Shoot your way out Frank shoot your way oat hissed his mother on the instant as ferverishly on fire as her son They cant take yon Frank There aint men enough in Jackson county to take my boy One would have supposed that this would have opened the ball with a crash It didnt Frank James lapsed into his natural coolness in a mo ment He even turned to his mother in half wrath Keep still mother I hesaid Ive taken altogether too much of your advice in my time Heres a woman whose interest is greater than yours Lets hear from her What do you say But dont be afraid to say shoot1 This marshal couldnt stop me I can get away if you give the word uNo Frank said his wife you have given your word to the Govern or Keep it Ill visit you every day youtCall in MurphyFarr said James Muphy with rlQeat 4 ready was 1just at the door framed up for war He came in and James gave him the two guns which Parr had loaned him Also he turned over two derringers with which hed been armed from the first Ten minutes later the jail doors closed on the last of the James gang Prank James was not tried in Jack son but was taken to Gallatin and Dockeryd1enery to convict James Crittenden sent his Attorney General down to Gallatin to see that James got jlair play The jury disagreed and James was never tried again Since thenI James has been variously a ticket taker in a St Louis theater and a bookmaker on the raceS This ot flee he didnt get Is the first he ever sought Chlllr pwho are troubled with Wormsarepa1e in the face frttful by spells restless in sleep have blue rings around their eyes bad dreams variable appetite and pick the nose Whites Cream Vermifuge will kill and expel these parasites Price 25c For sale by J H Williams m To Cure Contlpgtlon Forever I I SoIfI 4 I An English trade review pays an j eloquent tribute to one ot the salient features of the McKinley it warns the Welsh tin plate manurac1 turers that they may shortly find vmtrleau manufacturers competing n this trade as in others In Great Britain And it was only a few short yeqrs ngothat our Free Trade contem porarits were vociferously acurtng their readers that tin plate rever never ould be produced In America that American tin plate mills were all i mythsr Camden N J Post and I Telegram Faults ofdig eat Ion cause disorder of the liver and the whole system becomes deranged Herbine perfects the process of digestion and assimllas tion and thus makes pure blood Price soc For sale by J H Wili i lams m L 2 PROTECTIONS TRIUMPH The Conquest of Foreign Markets and the Expansion of Amer ican Commerce i Long long ago the American sj s tem of Protection wrought Its pr ma ry work the establishment ol dome tic industry on a firm basis Lot g ago it diversified American production and won lor American producers sub stantial rontrol of the home matktt the greatest and richest in the world But the most spectaular achlvernent of the American economic policy is left to the last years of bit century It is the cicquest ol foreign marktts the unexampled expansion of Ameri cau commerce As Secretary Long said In his speech the other evening before his fellow members of the Commercial Club It has been assumed that our Tariff policy building up home man ufacures and excluding loreign come petition would be a barrier to our cumpttltion for the worlds puicbase of loreign goods But this assump tion has not been confirmed At first our shipments abroad were few and experimental and largely in specialties like sewing machines Later it has been found that even in European countries American goods find easy competition with foreign of the same sort Instead of now looking to nor It manufactuiing countiies for our cusp tomers we find them in the EuropeIutterly con founds the freetrade argument as we used to hear it Even so late as 1890 the American people were exbotttd by the Iree trade press and the frtf trade politicians to destroy the tariff to because it made the cost ol American living intolerably high Now we are sending many of the chief inecrssaries to ol everyday life all over the worldf and especially Into the markets of countries that were Once our fiercest competitors The loudest free trade organ in Boston announced last week in its London correspondence thatnBritish statesmen and business men were considering the adoption of a Protective Tariff against the manulac tured goods of the United States and the loudest freetrade organ in New England proclaimed a few days before t that the freetrade cause in America was deadthst nobody any longer gave any serious attention to it This calendar year 1900 the third full year of the Dingley Protective Tariff has been not only a magnifi cently prosperous year in our domestic trade but the greatest year of forIelgn commerce in all American hlstoI ry For this calendar the exports ofIAmerican goods to foreign countriesI will reach the immense 1470000000 as compared with Imports of 825000000 leaving a bah ance of trade in our favor of 045 000000 the largest balance by 25 000000 ever recorded Our exports in 1900 are double those ot 1888 three times those of 1872 four times those of 1869 and five times those of 1862 There has also been an increase In imports particularly in the food arItides and raw materials of industry not produced in the United States But taking the Imports as a whole onIa par capita beasts the United Slates is very much lese dependent on lor elgn sources of supply than it used to be Thlity years ago our imports were fit 96 per capita ol the populaI tronaIn 1895 the Imports per capita were 11 47 In 1900 they are aboutI 1090 But our exports of American goods to foreign countries have not only increased absolutely they haveI increased relatively to the population In 1870 our exports per capita wereI 1046 in 189 13 59 In J9J the exports are about 1942 per capita Thus in thirty years ot Protectionism the per capita export commerce of this country has almost doubledIAnd yet it was only a few sholtI j ears ago that the Journals free trade adversaries were protesting it parrot like chorus that Protection stifles foreign commerce It does rot aUfiI foreign commerce but it does knock to smithereens the whole stock ol Itee trade prophecies and arguments Boston Journal Dont irritate your lungs with a stubborn cough when a pleasant and effective remedy may be found in Bal i lards Horehound Syrup Price 25C and 50 Sold by J H Wilhnis m ITbeHome Market Europe is evidently becoming dis turtel by the striking progress of the United States M LeroyfleanBeu- the French tconomlft hits sounded the alarm and ptopje n social union of hnrope n abet the United States He says They are on the part ot becoming by far the most important economic factor In the world They may henceforth be regarded as the first in dustrlal nation and their superiority will become more strikingly evident year by year Moreover they will verry soon have a considerable mer j cautlle marine To prevent this he proposes a prscs tidally prohibitive or highly discriml L UNCLE SAMS BUSY MEN Use Peruna For Colds Coughs and Catarrh PostoHce BaUOlnr Montgomery Ala non John O Leftwlcb Redeemer ot Public Moneys whoso office la in the magnificent building above shown In a letter written from Montgomery Ala iaysI take pleasurein recommending Peruna as an excellent fouls and It ia recommended to me by those who have Died it as a good catarrh euro non Robert Barber Register United States Land Office also writes from Montgomery Alas For some time I have been a sufferer from catarrh la Its Incipient stage so much so that I became depressed sad feared my health was generally la a decline But be- Ing ofPeruaa as a good remedy Igave a fair trial and soon began to tm rove Its effects were distinctlybenc tidal removing the annoying symptoms addwas particularly good as a tonic non J XBurke Collector ot Port of Mobiles Ala writes I Pornna I can rec ommend as a fine medicine Uhas been seed in my family and as a fouls It Is excellent I take pleasure In testifying Its fine qualities F D Barker Postmaster of Mobile Ala in a recent letter say j Allow me send to you my testimonial as to the ood qualities of Poruna Iharouiodit or the put three months and And It a moat excellent fouls natlng duty against American pro ducts throughout Europe There is ot much danger that such o scheme will immediately prevail because ot the suspicion and rivalry between many of the European countries par tlcularly Prance and Fngland This following Mr Chamberlains proposi ion for an Industrial confederacy between England and her colonies hav- Ing FreeTrade within and imposing a duty on all imports from without shows the trend of affairs It shows that Instead of the world growing toward Free Trade it is altogether likely to adopt a more comprehensive system of Protection and that after the gloat and most important thing any nation can do for the per petuation of its own growth and prosperity is to develop its own market resources through domestic con tumption There Is a lesson in this that American statesmen will do well to learn Those doctrinaires who assume that either Englaug or the United States or both are going to be permitted long to monopolize the markets of other countries fore manu factured products are counting without the facts The most ordinary self interest in social advancement will invent some method to stop any such monopoly As progress ad vauces it becomes more and more ob vious that civilization and national power are incompatible with merely agricultural Industries Manufactures and commerce with their socializing tffect upon population are Indlspen sable to any appreciable national sttength consequently every nation Is going to become a manufacturing country as fast as it shares In any ap preciable degree in the worlds consumption of manufactured products Gu otons Magazine for Pebruary 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 fcarJlner Me He says I kept adding to a cold and a cough in the winter of 1897 trying every cough media cine I heard of without permanent help until one day I was in the drugstore of Mr Honlehan and he advised me to try Chamberlains Cough Rem edy and offered to pay back my mon ey II I was not cured My lungs and bronchial tubes were very sore nt 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 rec Commend it to my friends autism glad to sav that it is the best of all cough medicines For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m The Kentuckian A Kentuckian kneels to none save woman and his God These proud words of the heroic Crittenden spoken beneath the monastic shadow ol a w i liewalled Spanish crypt when or dried by his executioners to receive their fire in a kneeling posture express in characteristic words and feel ing the pride ol State tradition and ancestry which has ever distinguish ed the men of our soil The spirit of defence and pride sterna Indigenous L Aa tho skin covers the outside of the 1JoeJ so everylpassagelined by mucous membrane Thwemo cotu membranes are liable from various causes to become Irritated or inflamed When this occurs it Is called catarrh and catarrh may be located in the head nosemlddle ear throat bronchialbo or air cells of the lungs liver bowelf kidneys bladder procreative and uri nary organs Wherever there la a mo coca membrane there catarrh may be alto To bo sung catarrh ot these varlas organs has been knowa by dlffereaT names i that Is catarrh of the ttomacm has been called dyspepsia catarrm of the kldaeys Bright s Disease catarrh ot the bowels diarrhoea ordystateryj catarrh of the procreative organs fe male trouble and so on and so oa But our claim Is that these are all one and the same disease catarrh and that ourremedy Persian Is applicable to catarrh of all of these vut Or gansPerunslsnotaenroallItcares nst ono dUeaae catarrh But since catarrh tl ablo to fasten itself within tbedlffer ent organs of the bodyioltU thatPe runs cures affections of these organs But we must that Pernna cures one dl ease only We claim that Pemna ia the only internal scientific remedy for catarrh yet devised We claim that ca tarrh is a systemic dlitase that is to lay it invades the whole system We claim that Pernna is a systemic remedy J thane to sarit eradicates catarrh from the system Catarrh is not a local dls easel Pemna Is not a local remedy Since catarrh invades the systemcnlj a Bjatflmlc remedy can reach it Thlsls In brief our claim in assigning to the disease catarrh remedy Pernaa An Instructive and Interesting treatise on catarrh in its different corms and itagei will be sent free to any address by The Porno Medicine Co Colas bus Ohio f II Ito Kentucky From the highest to lowest in bypaths and hedges it It found and flourished The haugh ty though poor mountaineer at the expense of life and limb keeps his honor untarnished even to the third and fourth generation The equally proud monarch of the Bluegrass values above all things his good same and reputation and will die In Its de fense In both sections of our fair Commonwealth there exists a sentl ment that is superior even to family pride and that is respect and revert ence for womankind Nowhere are the ladles honored as in old Kentucky The glamour ot medieval romance yet hovers over our sunny clime and I we feel for the daughters ol our State all the chivalrous idolatry that stamp I ed the knights of yore An exempli fication of our respect for a family which attracted widespread attention occurred recently in Illinois A Ken tucklan under a nom de plume bravely met a felons death without divulging the secret ot his identity for fear of attaching a stigma and bringing dishonor to an hoqored name Ot such men are our people zi composed there may be evil in thear but the good is uppermost Rich mood Climax A rich lady cured of her deafness and noises in the heed by Dr Nichol sons Artificial Ear Drums gave to 000 to his Institute so that deaf pear pie unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them tree Address No 4483 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue New York Educate Your Jloweii with Cucarttl rortnrlOeDemocracy Its Past and Future is the subject on which Mr Cleveland regretfully declines to address the Kansas City Democrats It will bet noticed that no reference was made to the Democracys present for the r awn that it has none that is fit to print N Y Mall and Express The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The Discoverer of swamp KMt at Work to nil laboratory There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so deceptive Many sudden deaths are caused by itheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease kidney trouble Is allowed to ad vaneo the kldnejrpclsoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves I break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of the blood the albumen leiks out and the sufferer has Bright Disease the worst form of kidney trouble Or Kilmers SwampRoot the new discovery U the true specific for kidney bladder andurinary troubles It cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggist j InHlftyceat I and dollar sizes A samples bottle sent free by mall also a book telUng about Swamp Root and Its wonderful cures Addraa Dr Kilmer Co Blagturatea II Y ad I mention this paper N t k Hartford Republican FRIDAY FBBRUARY 22 LON aOUERSJdlror relepheneDualne CMce 11 mud FIdii by 9 HitfordPMb ConcorporatfO blend II Hartford posloffiCiIS secondollSSaail mattet r REPUBLICAN TICKET For Rrprrnenlnllvr AlVIS N BENNETT Fr County Jndit- rrax HOOEKM rorcounlytourl Clerk HH KAGLAN- DForConnlr Attorney II LIIEAVBIN jForNnerll CAL V KEOWJ- fForBetiool Haperlnlrndenf JAHEP IIEWKKKE For Jnller = ThOMAS II BLACK For AfnrFUAMt LOW- EForNurrryor JOHN II WOOD ForCoriiurr BEN fc DAVIS MBS CABBIE NATION was arrested four tiroes last Sunday in Topeka and is now in jail because she ia unable to give bail that she will preserve the peace JUDGE HCLUSTERS opinion on the injunction to prohibit prize fighting in Ohio is of truly great worth to that prosperous State Hecertaiuly acquitt ed himself with the love and respect ol the people of the Union Prize fight ing is a public nuisance a moral wrong an oQense against the laws of Godand man aoda disgrace to so cietywhich should not be tolerated in a civilized community GovNash deserves the congratulation of the whole people for the determined stand against the fight NEXT Monday week Wm McKinley will enter upon bis second term as President of the United States His first term has breu mark ed by marvelous accomplishments of greater magnitude than any adminis tration since Lincolns A foreign war has been successfully fought a great nation once the mistress ol the old world and queen of the seas retired from the conflict iu humiliation and difgrnce hr armIes con quered on land her magnificent war riors of the sea destroyed while her poesesions were swept from her more rapidly than they were acquired and the American flug now flouts in trio umph upon the breezes of a land un known to liberty and civilization The financial problems disturbing the the commerce of the world have been amicably settled and the American dollar is worth one hundred cents on the markets of the world The protective policy has been reinstated to the delight of the American working men and idle factories throughout the land have assumed a state ofac tivity With the same American statesman at the Presidency we shall expect a continuation of thu blessings of the past TilE HEELERS ARE PROTECTED The earnest thinker will not be sur prised at the doings of young Mr Beckham It matters not what be does be will get little credit and no discredit by reason of his past history In criminal parties If w have not heretofore charged that he would par don every one of his like it was an oversight for a man that u himself guilty of grand larceny would certainty ytupatbize with criminals of his own political hue In the full of 09 the poitical problems in Louisville were very difficult and the questions confronting the city were of great magnitude The Brown Democrats claimed righU to challengers and in tpectora on election day and by order of a Democratic court this right was granted them Dr Smith an aged phy sician was detailed to serve the order of the court on those parties refusing the Brown men admission to the polIo in a certain prf cint Ou arriving he was met by a Goebel beeler and was severely dealt with Hn was beat and culled cruelly ami inhuman ly because he persisted in executing the order He then swore out a war rant for the arrest of his awailant Mr Blusher who was arrested by a Democratic eberifl prosecuted by a Democratic attorney in a Democratic court fined 8500 and two years in prison All this transpired in Democratic quarters Notwithstanding this fact Mr Beckbam pardoned him and gave this as bis reasonII am convinced that this wain cflm of lltlcal perwutloD that the limn win rlotIlug nt the direction ot an oDIrtr tb wrrlce ol VqollrIoorloltb wleetrd victim ot prntcutlon upon the l artot tLo e who were rriioflillie for I heIoutrage committed In the election ot ISM the city ot LonUvllle Pardon granted Strange indeed that Democrats would prosecute etch other Blusher was no more an officer in Louisville I 1i j than be was in Quioeayet this fraudu lent Governor is ready to care for the lesser lights who are responsible for the position which he holds He says the order was void which further demonstrates his inability that order weighed just as much as an order would weigh In Judge Owens court They are binding and in full force until reversed by a higher court this every school boy ought to know yet Beckham seems oblivious to the fact Twelve impartial jurors tried this case they said Blusher was guilty and should be punished anti accordingly gave sentence In view ot these facts Beckham whose bidding Blusher was doing says this man was persecuted and is therefore pardoned Thus we see a premium ia placed on crime and an inducement offered to criminals Kentucky thou art indeed in a sorry plight MR THOMAS AND MR BEN TONS JOURNAL Wo call attention of our readers to day to a letter from Mr John H Thomas on the conduct of the Herald toward the defeated Republican asp rants Mr Thomas cites the Herald to its course ot two summers ago- Impossiblelonger than its nominal editor can remember Tiiyears ago Ohio county was decidedly for Har din be was the choice of the Democrats of the county but through the skill of the political tricksters and their cbenanigan work he was robbed of the countys vote At the Music Hall con vention Mr Hardin was decidedly in the lead again but was short a few votes in organizing the convention The poor old veteran Capt Stone al lowed himself to be insnaredand kissed by the eerpant Goebel and henceforth shorn ot his power There in that ball eat Hardin powerless and Stone bitten by the adder while their captor with hIs bullies overpowered them with brute force andmurdered them in their own political blood To use an expressions of an eminent Democrat on the scene it was dorm nated by cut throats murderers and assassin II Although Capt Stone was the choice of the Herald it never raised its voice against this inhuman treatment of its distinguished leader but accepted Goebel with the innocent blood of Sandford on his hands which tightly grasped the stolen nomination for Governor with Hardin and Stone in their political graves the Herald mlterat tub jugum was sent under the yoke All the Herald could say to the results of the convention was that although the convention was not con ducted as a Sunday School it accept ted the nominees and would give them its hearty support One of the delegates left the convention in disgust and on returning home declared to some af his brethren that not less than one hundred and fifty revolvers were drawn at the tine of his exit further stating that it was a disgrace to the party and yet the Herald gave the author of this outrage its unfaultering support Tbe primary has furnished the Herald a theme on which to sing for some days The results of the primary were very odious to the nominal editor Mr A G Denton chief ly because of the nomination of Mr Rogers which in part was due to the work of that assassin of character Mr Thomas has well put it What a wonderful reformation hag taken place In the old ilnneri heart Mace two lu lies ego line Hardin and Stone and other dlntlofruUbed and dmervlng cltlttna ol IU own honwbold were knocked down and robbed In broad daylight by the not daring ring ot political lratta that ever plundered a political convention robbed not by artifice or etrntigj but by brute forte and yet nev er a sentence of pity or a line ol coropamjoi did It IIIIe to the victim ot that outrage We cannot see wherein Mr A G Benton finds room for complaint ia tbe Republican primary No where in all this county was a bowie knife or a pistol drawn on the dec tion day On the other band a more quiet and orderly election was never held Each candidate with his friends fought nobly for the interest ol self which was perfectly legitimate But this manner of conducting a party aflair makes Mr Ben ton furious it disturbs his slumbers and makes rest impossible it haunts him day in and day out no where can rest be found and during his somniloquence he is very abusive of one Wm H Holt for getting him in trouble over the letter he wrote in which he sought to doom and damn a young mans character We cannot withhold our sympathy from this tuiaain of ctuiracter because of his infirmaties but the Repub lican party will persue its onward coureeregardless MrBentons trials and tribulations TilE POSTS ERROR IN the issue ofthe Pott of last Friday a portion of the editorial page of the Hartford Herald on the Republican primary was reproduced Iud on Thursday preceeding the Port in its editorial columns in arraigning Col 0 M Barnett charged that he supervised the holding of tbe primary election Now we have been ad misers of the Evening Post and shall always feel Indebtedtoit for tbe great work it has Ilone in Kentucky for civil liberty and the restoration of tbe right of the people to govern But iu the Posts assault on Mr Barnett it has done the Republicans of Ohio county a very great injusticeiu copy f ing the slanderous assaults of tie Goebel organ at this place or cbarg ing that Mr Barnetts office trust conducted the primary We are in position to know that Mr Barnett was never in a single committee meeting neither did he have a representative lie absolutely refused to take part in the committee meetings or have anything to do with the work Ho was a friend and support er of Judge Wedding whom the Post charges he helped to defeat The Evening Post has many admirers in Ohio county who feel that their cause should not be imperiled in such man neroIt is but due the Republicans of Ohio county that the Post make proper amend The idea that it should copy the editorials from the Herald to carry its point in a public controversy is certainly preposterous As for the controversy between it and Col Barnett we have no concern Our minion is to guard the prInciples of the Republican party in Ohio county which in our humble way we shall endeavor to do Bewaro of Ointments for Ca tarrh that Contain Murcury 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 used except on prescriptions from reputable phys Iclans as the damage they will do Is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manntactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercu ry and is taken internally acting di rectly upon the blood end mucous sur faces ol the system In buying Hallt Catarrh Cure be sure you get the gen nine It is taken internally and made In Toledo 0 by FJ Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are the best L Divorce Asked by Mrs Noakes Barbourville Ky Feb 19Mrs Robert Noakes nee Rice formerly of Artemus Ky today filed suit against Robert Noakes asking for a divorce and that she be restored to her maiden nameHer husband was one of the star witnesses in tbe Goebel conspiracy trials at Georgetown He Is said to be out of the State and his wherea bouts unknown The proceedings were kept very quiet and but few here knew of the filing of the petition When her attorney Mr F D Sampson was seen he said she had no statement to make further than that she was very anxious to rid her self oi her confessor husband Mrs Noaks is a handsome young woman ol twentysix and has many friends in her home town There Is one child little less than a year old She asks in her petition to be re stored to her maiden name but does not ask for alimony The case comes up for hearing at the April tetm ol Circuit Court DUNDEE KY EDITOR REPUBLICAN Feb i6I thought I would write you since the primary is over and we find an extra good ticket to vote for in November Republicans dont let the Democrats scare you with their charge that the Republicans borrow ed that infamous Goebel machine The Republicans do not want their machine and even if they did the Democrats would not give it up They bad a chance in that extra sea slon and what did they do and then it is quite trange that they would praise the machine so high in their own party and then hit it so hard when the Republicans borrowed it as they charge but Republicans dont let them make you believe that it was used in the primary Stick to the ticket in November asyou did to your choice in February tor the men elect edare the choice of the majority and remember that the majority should rule Be true Republicans and elect the whole ticket in November BUFFALO BILL Told Story of Killing Albany Ky Feb 19 Travis Brown who is under indictment in this county charged with killing Miss Cella Jones has made a confession In which he implicates Stonewall Mc Guire lie says that McGuire is the one that fired the fatal sBot but that be wrs with McGuire at the time Brown says he bad insulted Miss Jones and McGuire killed her to keep her from telling her parents which he says she threatened to do Brown says he fired two shots at the gui but missed her and then Mc Guire took the gun and killed her McGuire Is about twentyone years of age Brown is fifteen years old CA XI C XABean titThe KM Voi Hate Always BdBgM Blguton 1Ifof Shot Her Father Fort Wayne Ind Feb J9BeSsle Slater aged fifteen last night proba bly fatally injured her lather to save her mother from death at his hands The little girl was taken to the police station and after an inquiry was goSlater came borne at 10 oclock last night threw his wife over on a bed and proceeded to choke lien The girl secured a revolver and fired a bullet Into her fathers back The ball en tered under the left shoulder btade inflicting a dangerous wound Eclafate Font Jloweii With CuicartU toreerlie k KIDNAPER CAUGHT Young Cudahy Says the Prisoner is the Man Who Guarded Him Omaha Neb Ftb 19 The police have under arrest lames Callahan charged with complicity in the abduction ot Edward Cudahy Jr on the night ol December 18 Callahan was arrested last Saturday but the police have kept the tact a secret until today in the hope of securing other arrests Young Cudahy has positively iden tilled him as the man who accosted him near the Cudahy residence and represented himself to be a sherifl from an adjoining county and lorced him Into a buggy and also as the man who kept guard over him at the Melrose hill house during the thirty hours he was kep a prisoner pending the negotiations for the ransom of 25000 which Mr Cndaby paid Lot the return ol his boy Danies H Durrlss who sold a horse and buggy to two men who are sup posed to have used it to procure the abduction also identified Callahan as one of the men with whom hr made the deal Marie Larsen a servant in the employ ot Ji N H Pat rick of whom the kidnapers rented a house was the third person to identi f7 Callahan and says be is the man who paid a mouths rent in advance lor a cottage in Happy Hollow which the bandits abandoned two weeks be lore the abduction fearing discovery Callahan was arrested by Patrolmen Deuberry and Dwyer both ol whom are old acquaintances of the prisoner one ot them having gone to schoo with him They also knew that he was a close fiiend of Pat Crowe for whom a large reward has been offered as leader in the kidnaping Their suspicion some time ago was arroused by remarks dropped by Callahan in connection with discussions ol the Cudahy affair These suspicions were communicated to the chief of police who made a quiet but thorough investigation- Mr Cudahy Sr to day told a representative ot the Associated Press ol the arrest and said his son and two others had identified Callahan as out of his abductors Mr Cudahy feels confident that the police now have one of the right men and that other arrests ol equal importance will fol low Young Cudabys identification ot the man seems most complete With his father he called Sunday at the office ol the chiel ot police and confronted the prisoner The men had a conversation lasting halt an hons and after Callahan had been taken away young Edward said I I would never forget that voice and I also remember very distinctly his peculiar manner ot pronouncing certain words In his present talk hr used these same words and prononnc ed them the same As I had several good views ofthe man while he wan guarding me I can be pretty sure that this is the man wanted Callahan denies absolutely that he had anything to do with the kidnap ing but admits that he was a close friend to Crowe He says he can prove an alibi and that during the time which it is claimed he spent guarding young Cudahy he was at the home of his sister Mrs Kelly a short distance from the Melrose hill houseMrs Kelly to night said that the day following the deed Callahan was at her home but ackncwledges that she does not know his whereabouts the night before To night the police secured Information which they expect will lead to the arrest ol another wan connected with the crime lie is a coachman ol a family friend of Mr Cudahy and it is claimed that he has been acting very queerly ever since the kidnap ing The chief ol police Buys this man will be arrested tonight or in the morning and he expects him to throw additional light on the matter Callaban Is 38 years of agefand baa lived In Omaha for several years lie has been employed in the packing house ot Cudaby Packing company at South Omaha up to three months ago He has not been em ployed for some time but the police claim that he has been spending money freely and taking life easy In 1893 he was given a five years penitentiary sentence for highway rob bery but after serving eighteen months was pardoned I Six months later be was convicted or stealing and sent back to serve the remainder of the sentence Callahan is held as man No 3 as described in the circular recently sent broadcast describing the three men supposed to be the abductors and for whom there Is now a combined reward of nearly 63000 The chief ot plolice says the fact that Callahan has an alibi prepared leads him to believe that he has the right man Prior to the kidnaping Callahan is said to have been in Crowes company daily lie intro duced Crowe as Mr Johnson and they took rides daily in the vicinity ol1 Russets park which is near where Mr Cudahv left the gold on the eventful night To Cur Constipation Forever orSOUa Mob Gathered Owensboro Ky Feb 19 Edward Grimes colored of Yelvington was brought here and locked up lust night on the charge attempting criminal assault Mrs Bllzt Rutledge u wide ow and her daughter Miss Mary live at Yelvington Grimes entered Leo Y the bedroom of Mrs Rutledgo and heI daughter and when they discovered hhc presence he was pulling the cover from over them When he saw he was recognized Grimes leaped from the window and fled lie WAS arrest by Deputy Sheriff Ollie Haynes- A mob formed at Yelvington to lynch Grimes but Mrs Rutledge and the Sheriff persuaded the mob to let law deal with hltuand wnsbrought here and delivered to the Jailer When you want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to take and pleasant In eRect use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25c For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m How to Make and Keep a Fortune Any man who has health good business judgment energy and ambl tion should not speculate to make moneyHe pick out some good bus- Iness for which he Is adopted and which he likes and stick to it That is what I have done all ot my lifeI have made the bulk of my fortune by a combination of good luck and good judgment Some of it I did make by speculation but jut as err Lain as the sun rises and sets if I had continued to speculate I would be broke today- I have said the man who speculates is an Idiot and I believe it I have said that I have never seen n ticker player who made any money and kept it and I mean by that the mau who goes to the ticker when it starts and does not leave it until it stop ftr the dayI mean tbe man who specu lates in securities that he knows nothing about and act s upon infor mation he receives at second third or fiftieth hand with no intention of ever actually dolding the stocks he puts up his margins forBy Charles T Yerkes Unit Millionaire Loss of Appetite- A person that has lost appetite has lost something besides vitality vlg ortoneThe to recover appetite and all that goes with it U to take Hoods SarsaparlUa that strengthens the titomach perfects digestion and makes eating a pleasure Thousands take it lor spring loss ot appetite and every body says theres nothing else so good as Hoods HEFLIN KY EDITOR REPUBLICAN Feb 19 Health in this locality is some better than it was formerly grippe Is about the only complaint Farmers are busy sowing oats and burning plant beds Since the primary has come and gone and men chosen to be our standard bearers in the coming campaign we are til for the nominees yet tome oi us did not get tbe men of our choice but we are patriotic enough to submit to the decree of a m jotity ol our party The part that the Herald Is taking in our affairs ought to fill all Republicans with disgust The manner in which it talked about Judge Wedding was a disgrace to the community Everybody knows that Judge Wedding character is above reproach and the publication of these reports seems shameful to me It the Hartford Herald wants to know anything about tbe assassin of char acter it would better look at itself a few Judge Weddings defeat was caused by the part the Herald played against Mr Rogers It the editor ol the Hartford Herald had denied tht A G Teuton letter it might not have done so much for Rogers but his silence was accepted by the people as an cdmlsslon ol the truth The man who lives in a plats house ought not throw stones So the assassin ot character tujcht to be last man on earth to talk about the assassins of charocer A REPUBLICAN CASTOnXAeanthe ita Kino You HiBUwars Bought Blgutun 4of Little Chance of Recovery United States Marshal James re turned Tuesday from Cromwell Ohio county where his btotherTom Janus Is very low Mr James stated that there seems to be no chance of his brothers recovering and that he would return to Cromwell at onceLouls ville Commercial In Memory of F W Reeks Death again has visited the Clear Run vicinity and claimed for its prey Mr F W Reeks For ten months he has suffered untold agony he was afflicted with that dreadful disease cancer Oo the 7thof February 1911 he pirsed away shaking bands with his wile and many friends and told them he was going to his heaven ly home His remains were laid to rest In tbe Clear Run church yard Weep not for he sweetly rests in tbe arms cf his beloved A FRIEND Better out than tnthat humor that you notice To be sure Its out and all out take Hoods Sarsaparilln Saloonists Wreck ChUrch Wmfield Kan Feb 14 All the windows of the United Presbyterian Church were broken last nigH sup posedly being a result of the bitter anti saloon war In progress heir yefterdayThe was a fine large sttuo ture with stained glass windows be tween fifty and sixty In number Tbe damage done exceeds 230 Warrants have been issued for seven parties whose names have not been made public fThe pastor of the chinch is Rev POison oak lison ivy are amongthe best known of tie dangerous wild plants and shrubs To touch or handle them quicklvprodncrsawellingan4iuliamniatlonwith tense itching and hurtling of the ikln The eruption soon disappears the auf Cern hope forever but almost as soon as the little blisters and pustules appeared the poison had reached ngularIntervalsvated form This poison will loiter in the system for years every atom of it must be forced out of the before you can expect a perfect permanent cure SSSNalnesonle is the only cure for Poison Oak Poison Ivy and all noxious plants It is com posed exclusively of roots herb Now Is the time to get tile poison out of system as delay nlau your condition- worse Dont experiment longer with sates washes and soapsthey never cure Mr S M Marshall bookkeeper of the Atlanta cai Cat Light Co wn pottoned with foUon Oak and various other dtandippiied externally numerous lolloni and aalre with no be l Attlmesths sad Inflammation wee M mttt he was yvrthepolonwoui4breakout ImproTC I after taking one bottle ff 8 8 Sana few botllta cleared hla blood the potxm ana au evidences of the theresa disappeared are often poisoned without knowing when or how Explain your cue fully to our physicians an they will cheerfully give ucu ad vice as require without charge and we will send lit the same time an Interest- Ing book on Blood and Skin Diseases THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA OA Mr Hrndershot who is a strong pro htiiition worker and who participate ed In the destruction ot the saloon citctiUy There Is great excitement in the town and fiitic encounters between the two elements are frequent More trouble Is npfctttl Danger of Colds and La Grippe rhe greatest danger from colts and la grippe is their mulling in pneu monia If teasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy is taken all danger Is avoid ed Among the tens of thousands who have used this temedy for these diseases we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneu monja 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 It is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m CASTORIAFor The Kind You Hare Always Bou- ghtsof Bears thoJ In Memory- Of Mr Elyotte Green who died at his home near lieda on February 7th af ter an Illess d about two weeks JHe was tttlcken with la grippe which soon developed into pneumonia He cas an Intelligent upright citizen in his 29 h year full of youth and vigs or lie was married six years ago to to Miss Btttle Hoover of near Beda to them were born two children oce ot them having died some time ago and the other a bright eyed little girl is left to comfort her mother in her sad bereavement My God in His wisdom console his heartbroken companion parents brothers and sis tera wit the thought We shall meet again A SisTKR Stow growthof comesfrom of hairfood The hair has no lIfrt It is starved It keeps coming out gets thinner and thinner bald spots appear then actual The only good hair foodA g1- L Itlf- eedsthe roots stops starvation and the hair grows thick and long It cures dan druff also Keep a yourdressing It always restores grayIalways 1 10 a bottli AU druffglit VIgortotried for tile hair My hair was falllne out very bid so I thought 1 woald try A boltlo of I hid DWil o 1r one Louie ann my hair- stopped out and now reai IngNAnCYOtnCTCAlTLl July 38 ISM YonkoriNy- VtrUo fhu Doctor Es will tend you hit book oa rss llr sad Snip him say aeou about your heir you will itcelri a prompt answer rree Addru AiRnowlil eU- a I0 Great Reduction SaleI- N FORCE EVERY DAY NOW AT THE BIG DRY GOODS STORE OF R T COLLINS Beginning February 20 and continuing for two weeks wo will mnko sweeping rcductionsin nil lines especially on those articles mentioned below At the priccsiwo aro now offering goods it will pay you to invest in somo of theso things and lay them away They will never bo cheaper Perhaps nov er so cheap againIAll Winter Suits and Overcoats now go at COST All Capes and Jackets at and below COST This Means Exactly What it SaysI We do not intend to carry a single one over so como in at QIICO and got pick of the bargains Four hundred pairs of Mulls odd Trousersformer price from 125 to 350 will bo sold at from 75c to 200 Also big lot of Negligee Shirts regular prico 50o to 75c will bo sold for 39c Hats and Caps will be sold at 50c on the dollar A lot of Mens and Ladies heavy weight Shoes which wo soilat from 75c to 160 per pair We have just received 50000 yards of Tobacco Canvass which wo will sell at lie per yard In fact everything in the store goes at a great reduction for Cash in order to give us room for our Now Spring Stock Specials for Next two Weeks Outing I Flannel 3ic Best Shirting Cheviots Oio Mens Heavy Fiftycent Work Shirts35cIons Heavy Twentyfivecent Work Shirts15o Good Canton Flannel 4c Crash Ioveling3c-Bezt Calicoes 4o Apron Gingham 4ic- Tcusledown Ilannel7c-B Domestic 4ic Flannelette Oio Extra Heavy Canton lnnnelOIoLnr-go White Bed Spreads 50c tDONT MISS THIS GREAT SALESk R T Collins Hartford Kyr f wrAr c rJ 1J + vfW WW Wv fW Jf W Attention t Pay THE HARTFORD- REPUBLICAN what you 4owe on Subscription t at once We need thev money e 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velopment and accomplishments ex hibited there for the enlightenment ot all and people are better and brighter for having come in contact with modern ways and modern meth ode in whatever fiel4 thry are moat directly interested It is an ethics 1 Lion to them and It prepares them to successfully cnn with business life Such expositions Instruct the old as will as the young for It is only at such times and on such occasions that people have such a feast of progress displayed for their contemplation and inspection l SEEDSsaet t 1D Prodiice the most aatltlactory Our Stock are the boat odaiIthe largest aaaortmant ol Central W tit odLaWItOrsInsI4iithebestorsgcrop DandyItaneed about end ZiesIdesiicoutsinssIbiesrtlcies CardenlDr0providdWOOD STUBBS Ie CO SEEDSMEN LounviLU Kv i r rI rLr1 bf f c Z T 1 avEw Laces and Embroideries n n n r Have received their entire lino of Spring Laces and Em broideries Never before was a lino in Hartford that could compare with them in beauty and cheapness Having bought direct from a big Now York Lace House we arc better prepared than over before to give our customers good Valeni to 20c per yard inchesttwide with insertion to match running from 5c to 35c per yard Twentyfive pieces extra nice quality Swiss Embroid cry with insertion to match from 1 inch to 5 inches wide ranging in price from Sc to 30c Also a nice lino of Linen ill Laces from 5c to 20c o MarYFJl eaillcs Pcrcals ct arc all in ready for your inspection A 2 prettier lino cannot bo found Do your Spring trading early before the weather gets warm Wo have complete lines of all the staple brands of Bleach 4odCottons such as Hope Masonvillo Fruit of Loom Long youiA Dress Goods Bargain A few days ago we picked up six pieces of what wo calla genuine bargains in allwool Dress Goods The width is 50 inches The quality is allwool The wholesale price veils 100 per yard We bought them at a special price and are selling them at SOc per yard Ifemcmber it takes only three yards of this goods to mako you a skirt The New Goods and Cheap Goods are Found only 1atHartfords Bargain House Hartford Republican dIFRIDAY FEBRUARY t IIIInol8Cohtral RallroadTImo Tablo J k ooaaoo8INo ItS daIGO a NOlotdaerepm VucLeenl arftghlM SaPtiairiiARtm j7rpIIaman rj MAOIaTRATELkWe arauthodtedtolunouoaH j Ai a raa41411 tor Wttrlte la th Cromwell Marti terial OUtrtct iobjett to nnpi the IJ1plIttoIII Mr Robt Matka left Tuesday for Lotlsana f A sewing machine lor 5 at the i Sluger Once Drakesborolcalll Hq W P Render Mntanzns was wslIaWe sell ladies kid gloves at 85 cents CARSON Co Messrs R C Jar agla sod C M TaylorBeaver Dam made us a pleasant call Monday Prol0 M Shultz has moved to j the Walker property on the Beaver Dam road Ju+t received a new lot of ladies fine shoes Ask to see them v CARSON Co Mrs XwrUh Maddox Rockport visited her aunt jJJrs Magdalene Rogers fist til the week I We can start a young rasa or lady In the Southern Normal College at f Bowling Green mighty cheap Call and get opt scholarship and go to school Little inlant child of Mr and Mrs tlI Joe B Rogers Beaver Dam died Wednesday Morning and was burled the afternoon of the same day at the sr Rogers homestead burying grounds near Cromwell Constipation Headache Biliousness A Heartburn Indigestion Dizziness Indicate that your liver ti out of order best medicine to rouse the liver ant care all these lug li found In Hoods Pillsw i 36 pats Sold by all medlclaa dealers y MPIBUStWiiCIiSICHPII b ilms lWd to drotfle4 CONSUMPTION Mr Cal P Kenwn was In Fordsvllle first of the week IMr Samuel Kruwn Hordoville In ill of cttarth ol the stomach 1bfrs Hania Sevens Cromwell is visiting her sons family Mr S Stevens TI Rep John T Carson Aonl lls- I visiting relatives at his old home in the No Creek utighborbood Miss Francis Tichenor Matnrzm d ed Saturday of la gripped and was buried Sunday at the Bell graveyard I Born to the wife of Mr Robt Rag liibd JRoMne the iSlh inst a fine boy Dr S J Wedding attending physician LOOK LOOKIFor the next ten sewingIt tAMS I1tVe still have a lot of odds and end a- Iin line PIne shoes that were 3 to 50 per pair Your choice for 1 a to 6JI CARSON Co Stop at the Commercial Hotel Hart RatelIPropIAgents wanted at once in each town to handle Scotts Inhaler Best seller out Big profits Ad dtess C box 31 Centertown Ky 60nIfamily left Wednesday for Pinkney vllle IiI for n short visit to rela lives hrs Mary Ann Porter near town died yesterday morning of pncumo nlo She was sick only A very short time Interment took place yesterday afternoon at the Milton Taylor grave yard Her eon Van was buried at the same grounds Wednesday On account of General Missionary Conference M E Church South at New Orleans La April 34 to 30 tickets wll be sold at Tate ot one fire for the rourid trip 1800 Tickets on sale April 22 23 and 24 good lot return until Maya S B VANMRTRR Agt On last Thursday morning Mrs O W Drane of Haytl white cooking breakfast wearing an outing waist which caught fire burning all the fur ofall overotherwise no further harm was done Soon alter her little daugh ter Ora Lee had her arm very severely burned whjle trying to cook- e at If it Is flour you want go to John R Phippa and get it If you want hardware the place to find it is at John R Phlpps Mr M Galloway Irvington is visiting his cousin Mrs John B Foster John R Phipps has everything kept in at first class hardware store Give him a call Mr Joe Mnlhall Louisville visited Mr L F Woernera family Friday and Saturday of last week Messrs Ed Patterson and E P Thomas went to Louisville Wednes day to attend the meeting of the Y MCA Mrs Louiza Tweddell has purchas ed the house and lot near the college building from Mr J W Ford and will occupy same in a short time Mr Van Porter near town died Tuesday of la grippe and was burled Wednesday at the Milton Taylor graveyard He was an invalid his profession was fortune telling Mrs Francis Beauchamp of Lex ington Ky the great temparence lecturer and W C T U worker will lecture at the C P Church in Hart ford on the 7th of March Circuit Court will begin first Mon day In March and continue three weeks Meanwhile the Grant Jury will look alter the work of the evil doers Several important cases will be before court Mr Charles Griffin will leave to day lot Crawley La He will be accom panied either by his lather Mr W H Grin or his uncle Mr T rGriffin Charles goes to engage in rice growing and promises to return when fortune smiles upon him Railroad talk is beginning to take a more serious turn and it is quite likely to develop in an electric car line to Beaver Dam Should this hy pathetical luxuary be ours in reality it would be a boon to both Beaver Dam and Hartford Aside from the conveniences which the road would furnish electric tights would beautify both townsIDrs S J S D and S J Smith composing the pen son board of examiners for Ohio I county examined the following vetI erans Wednesday Fountain Woos ley Shrewsberry George Hart Rock vale Andrew Williams col Green ville Hlren Dailey Leltchfield Ma non F Sigers Central City Dayton L Lewis Brevier Miss Georgia Wedding entertained her friends most pleasantly at her home February 14 We young folks had a pleasant time enjoying ourselves in different ways until ten oclock when refreshments were served which were very much enjoyed We departed about 1030 with hearty thanks to our kind hostess The following boys and girls were present Misses Annie Collins Willa Hocker Annie Lyons Golda MoseU Pearl Metcalf Fannie Cox Pearl Dodson Isabelle Cox Hattie Barnett Stella Warner Mary Keown and Beulah Barnett Mtssrs David Miller Ivan Dodson Albert Ralph Cleve liar Clarence Casebler Joe Miller Ike Sanderfur Lyman Williams Leslie Wedding Clarence Keown Jim Kennerly Ches j ter Keown and Wallace Riley i The great revival at Beaer Dam has been in progress sometime under the care of Mrs Woosley and Rev Petrie The si ylces have been Inter eating from VrtKJ beginning Mrs Woosley is a power in revival work as the halts of her labors at Hartford and Beaver Dam demonstrate Many people are prejudiced against womans preaching from the fact that It is something they are not used to or because of some socialistic dogma pre vllent in certain localities MrsWois ley has demonstrated her ability to do good in the ministry and the idea will become more popular as other ladles take up the work It has only been a short while since woman was barred from the school loom her life was one of seclusion a privacy But the experience of woman in the school room has eradicated that idea from the minds of the people aud it Is now admitted by all that she is more capa ble of instructing the young minds than are those ot the mascnlln sex Whether it be a popular idea or not woman is steadily advancing into every field of labor that her intellect nil qualifications will warrant Mrs Woosleys success certainly justifies a hearty concurrence in the foregoing expressions To Subscribers Two price of THE REPUBLIC AN in advance is 1 on time 125 but for tho next thirty days wo will settle arrears for 100 straight This will givo everyone an opportunity to call and sottlp Remember tits only thirty days i r f J r t and In great demand by the noblest of all monarchs the American Citizen The garments of FRED KAUFFMANN the k American Tailor Chicago are built to give uk satisfaction and they do i- twit STEVENS U local rcprcttntitlre Call tnd rem your mttiurc AN INTERESTING LETTER On the Result of the Republican Primary Held in Ohio County Narrows Ky Feb 18 1901 A little space just a stick or two for a word with the Herald The Hersld Is an old friend of ours and although a Democratic paper it can be relied on always to support the tick et nominations fair or foul The Herald is just now displaying a beau titul spirit of charity for those Repnb Means who were defeated in the recent primary What a wonderful reforma Lion has taken place in tbe old sinners heart since two Tulle ago when Hardin and Stone and other disting uished and deserving citizens of its own household were knocked down and robbed in broad daylight by tbe most daring ring of political pirates that ever plundered a political con vention robbed not by artifice or strategy but by brute force and yet never a sentence of pity or a line ol compassion did it give to the victims ol that outrage It would be perhaps but fair to the Herald for us to say should It be possible for the Music Hall robbery to be duplicated that pa per since it has undergone such a radical reformation would border it self with lour Inches of mourning and dedicate columns to compassion for the outraged victims If the circum stances of the recent Republican pri mary were quite as sad as it claims in tbe language ot Peter To whom shall we go Will not tbe candidates whom tbe Herald will put up have supported the Goebel ticket two years ago If the recent nominees of tbe Republican primary for ccunty offices bad stolen their nominations from the sleeping gods could a Republican turn to the support of men who in the dark days of 1899 were fighting to make him a slave We doubt it It has been our misfortune to be confined to the house on account of sickness since the primary and our opportune ties to investigate the methods of the successful candidates to secure their Dominations has been limited but if the Herald will put up tar its candidates ten men who were honest enough two years ago to vote against there celvers ol stolen goods at the Music Hull con vention we will enter upon an investigation of tbe conduct of the re cent successful Republican nominees but unless it does this we must re main Loyal To The Ticket- Respectfully JNO H THOMAS In Memory- Of little Blanche Ray Anderson daughter of Mr and Mrs Allen Ander son who departed this life January 20 1901 aged three years one month and twenty days She was an affec1 tionate lllte daughter and a sister with every prospects lovingI bright future She was cherished by all who knew her but God in His wisdom saw fit to take her to that brighter region where sickness and death is felt and feared no more Dear parents think not of your darling as in the cold ground but as a bright and shining light in that heavenly land And now while father mother and little sister feels their stongest tie heavenward may they say the Lord knows best HAUA S To the Public Render Ky Feb 18 1931 I wish to express my thanks to my many friends in Ohio county who took so much interest In my race for Jailer of this county I was but defeat does not keep defeatedI working for the best Republican party for I am a Republican from principle not for office 1 have been sick or I would have re turned my thanks sooner so with best wishes to my friends I remain yours PETER LAUOKR CERALVOKY- Feb aoMiss Maud Barnard visit ed relatives in Beaver Dam last week Mrs Frank Dennis is very sick Mrs Nora Mullen Paducah it visit lug her sister Mrs P Jones Mr D R Helsley has repaired his dwellingMrs B McConnell Is visiting relatives in Marion county Mrs N B Fulkerson has been very sicirfor several days Mr Verge Curtis has moved to his farm near here Mr John Kimbley and wife Louisville are visiting here Rev J C Thugart is engaged in a protracted meeting at Hopewell LBWS Takes Refuge in a Tunnel Clarkaburg W Va Feb 19 During a quarrel at McDonalds rail road camp at Wolf Summit William Francis shot and killed Share Riggs The murderer then retreated into a new tunnel being cut through Purse Glove hill and defied arrest He is armed with a Winchester r l 3 4 1 ot rifle and SOO rounds of ammunition but U without food All work lux been stopped on the tunnel and the officers have decide to starve him out A Pleasant Evening One of the most erjnyable eiTiirs C I the eeaiion was the carnival given by the young ladles of Hartford to the young gentlemen on St Valentines eve at the residence of Mr aud Mrs E P Thomas After very much en joytnent trying to find out each other hearts with numbers were passed the ladles and gentlemen those drawing the corresponding numbers were to guess who each other were then to unmask and prrtake ot refreshments The rest of tbe evening was jpent in playing different games Those present were Misses Lillian Belle Burton Summer Girl Edith Belle Carson Puritan Girl Lathe Lewis Mark Queen of Hearts Florence Corinna Morton Japanese Elizabeth Short Miller Red Riding Hoood Laura Isa belle Morton Grecian Girl Zella Maye Nalle Minnie ha ha Bertha Rowan Riley Domino Elizabeth Mooton Sanderfur Morning Lilly Vivian Thomas St Valentine Mary Juliet Thomas Columbia Mary Cath Trine Thomas Martha Washington N Belle Warner St Cecilia Bessie Williams Night Mary Wedding Martha Washington Messrs Arval Bennett Indian Chief George W Bennett Japanese Ernest 0 Cottrell Irishmen Samuel S Cox Colored Woman B Howard Ellis Confederate Soldier William W Griffin Uncle Sam Robert M Marks Soldier Cle burn Miller State Student Wayne B Render Shirt Waist Girl Rolly R Riley Negro Chester D Stevens Washer Woman Pearl D Tweddell Shirt Waist Girl Luther Hayden Webb Laborer Guy Eskridge Will lams De Lafayette and William F Woodward Foot Bill Player Marriages John T Patton Beds to Miss Lena Ralph Beda Date of marriage February 14- Orvil Phelps Taylor Mines to Miss Myrtle Hunter McHenry Date of marriage February 14 L W Young Owen boro to Miss Mildred Bennett Bed Date of mar riage February 14 Carl M Taylor Prentis to Miss Ollye A Rocker Beaver Dam Date of marriage February 20 t L Baize Balzetown to Miss Nancy M Wallace Baizetown Date of marriage February 20 Thomas Nelson Darlington Ind KyDateCOLLEGE NOTES Messrs J K Davidson Wayne Mttcalf end Mrs Dr Welding city and Mrs Renlrow Cloverport Were pleasant callers at General Exercises Monday morning Mr Will Woodward visited his parents near Centertown Friday and Saturday returning Sunday accom panied by Misses Effie Render and Pearl Thomas Misses Alma and Annie Lyons are absent from school on account of sicknessMrs Bosket and Miss Emma Morton visited their home In Center town Friday and Saturday returning Sunday afternoon Mr Chester Bishop is now absent from school on account of the measlesQuite an epidemic in our school Miss Nannie Moseley Ada and Lou Herrell matrlculeted Monday BXAULAII TaylorHocker At the quiet country home of the brides father Mr J D Hocker of near Liberty Miss Ollye became Mrs Carl M Taylor and a happy home parted with its Idola modest fair and beautiful maiden Elder Elgin pro nounced the ceremony in the presence of a large number ot relatives and friends The witnesses were Mr Rich ard Taylor and Miss Cora Leach The groom is an energetic sad prosperous young farmer worthy the confidence and hand of the fair lady ofhis choice The bride is an ideal woman such as only makes home what it should be a heaven on earth For several years the bride has been a successful teacher and in her marriage the profession loses an earnest and faithful worker But our loss is anothers gain After the nuptial ceremonies were over the brfcal party repaired to the home of the grooms slsterMrs B E Rogers where a fitting recep tion awaited them The Telephone Capital interested ie the develop ment of the telephone realizes that under patents granted to Dr Pnpin telephony is very likely to make a wonderful advancement in the early years of the present century The public Is even promised that as a result I of Dr Puplns discoveries it will be possible to carry on a conversation over a transatlantic cable If all the claims are supported it is evident that there will come a general Im provement In long distance land lines It Is just such possibilities as these that will give great Interest to the tel ephone exhibit to be made at the Pan American Exposition At some time or other in their homes or In conned tlon with business affilrs almost everybody comes in touch with the telephone service and for this reason they will be instructed as well as en tertalned by what the PanAmerican Exposition will present for their enlightenment ITILF THE HIQHT THING TO PUT ON Bensons Plaster Is Pains Master From the natural impulse to put some thing on a painful spot all applications for the relief of have arisen poulticeaBensons Porous Plaster No other has anything like the same as a agent it L highly and scientifically medicated and lIB BtendonJ is yearUsefor coughs colds cheat diseases rheumatism grip neuralgia kidney trouble lame back and other aU meats that make Winter a season of suffer and danger It relieves and cures- trcngthening quicker than any other remedy Do not accept Capeicum or Belladonna plasters In place of Bensons powerInslatThe people of every civilized land have tmtifle for gears to superlative merit of Bensons Plasters and 5000 physicians and druggists of this country have declared them worthy of public confidence In official comparisons with others Ben- sons Plasters have been honored with fly fit highest awards Nor sale by all druggists or we will prepay postage on any number ordered in the United Btats on the receipt of 25o each Accept no Imitation or substitute BeaburyA Johnson Mfg Chemists NY MURDERED Bartenders Wife Killed in Cold Blood by Temperance Crusaders Leavenworth Kan Feb 19 Twenty masked farmers armed with shotguns attempted to raid a saloon in Millwood a small place 14 miles north ot here last night and in the melee that followed Mrs Rose Hud son wife of the bartender was dhot in the arm and two or three others were slightly hurt One hundred shots were fired Today John and Harry Wilson young farmers believed to have been members of tbe mob were arrested and warrants are out for others implicated The town is in a furore excitement and further trouble is threatened The saloon was run by MrsMlcheal Lochner She had been warned to close the place by Monday but re fused At 10 oclcck last night ao men all armed and wearing handkerchiefs for masks approached the so loon Two ot the number Joe Turn er and John Kilburn entered rind or dered drinks Bartender Hudson had scarcely set the glasses on the bar when the men pave a signal Immediately the door was burst open and the masked men rushed In Halt a dozin shotguns were raised to the ceiling and fired apparently to warn the saloonkeeper that they meant business Mrs Hudson rushed to the scene from the living rooms In the rear and stood in the door way She had barely reached the spot when a gun was leveledat the door and discharged The charge struck her above the eyes and she fell mortally wounded Hud son rushed to his wiles side but she died before he could carry her to an other room During the shooting Wm Webb one of the raiders was accidentally shot in the arm and two or three others were wounded sllgh ly A few more shots were fired but the mob alarmed at the killing of Mrs Hudson quickly left the place without stopping to destroy the liquor and furniture Anticipating tbe attack Hudson had gathered about him to armed men They however taken by sur prise were stampeded and this fact and the killing of Mrs HuJpon prob ably prevented a bloody riot The affray lasted but a few minutes and the details were not learned until today the raiders having gone quietly to their homes The members of the party are all believed to be young farmers who live near Millwood Four farmers arrested today for This picture Is the trade uiurkoi SCOTTS EMULSION and Is on every bottle of SCOTTS 1MUI SION ia the World which now amounts to inuny millions yearly This great business lion grown to such vast proportions Frs7Becatisc the proprietors have always been most carotid ir selecting the various Ingredients used in its composition namely the finest Cod Liver Oil and the purest Hypophosphites Second Because they have so skillfully combined the various ingredients that the best possible results are obtained by its use T6frd Because it has wade so many sickly delicate children strong and healthy given health and rosy cheeks to so many pale anaemic girls and healed the lungs and restored to full health so many thousands in the first stages Consumption K ton hire not tried it send lor free sample IU agreeable rarprlM WitBOWNE Chtmlttt Street New York 4094t3d Jiw aUdrugcUu i f J I ft kctnp r JctCb IWoMONEY 1 are on n moneyhunt and must have it to make our Spring purchases We buyour goods about March 1st and in order to clean 1 out all our winter goods and raise the cash to make our Spring purchases wo will make the I exceptionally belowclow prices on the items mentioned All Calicos 4c Good 44 Factory Cotton TobaccoAll of our lOc Percals Tic Allof our 12ic Pcrcals lOc- Ladies and Childrens allwool Hose were werefat 50c All of our 1 Ncgligvo Shirts go at The This is a good time to buy your Shirts for School wear- Columbia Sheeting tho old reliable atCic glens allwool Underwear per Suit 150 I Mens Underwear Cotton Suits SOc Wo have reduced the prices on Ladies and Misses Underwear in like proportion Wo have not space to mention all of tho Winter Goods we are closing out but if you will mako us a visit and get our prices we are sure to do business Remember the above prices hold good only until March 1 1901 FURNITURE a fj WOk constantly on hand a largo stock H cheap but excellent Bedsteads Oak Suites t Bed Springs Mattresses Extension Tables if Safes c Wo also carry a nice lino of Iron sj Bedsteads Dress Goods and Shoes We havo a great big stock of Ladies Dress Goods Mens Clothing and Shoes for every bodybig and little old and young Dont fail to make us a visit and secure some of our Bargains Yours for Tra- deCARSON CO I3artiord I v- p Iu Womans Work- S Never Done The cbnsUni CAre causes sleeplessness toss 6f ippelHe extreme nervousness And that tired feeling Bui A WOnderful charge comes when Hoods SArSApArillA is Men U gives pure rich brood good Appetite steady nerves 1rfteverDisaimMr complicity in the siloon raid at Mill wood Kan which resulted in the killing of Mrs Rosa Hudson the bar tenders wife have been lodged in the county jail here Tomorrow the county attorney says be will file a complaint against them of murder in the first degree Back ot the alleged raid there is said to have existed a toed of long standing Other arrests may follow Wm Webb who was wounded in the fusilade is not seri ously hurt d Romatlc Marriage For a long time Miss Etta Pendley or Nottonvllle has been carrying on a correspondence with a gentleman nimed Mr Fred Plncesof Elmo Min nesota says the Madison ville Hustler Though they had never seen each other a strong attachment seems to have sprung up between them through the medium of the mail which cul minated In their marriage a few days ago An appointment was made by which the lovers were to meet In Chi go Miss Pendley left last Sunday a weekago forthat place Mr Pinches was on hand and after talking the matter over their love was fanned in to a stronger flame and securing a li cease a minister bound them togeth er in hymenlal ties Alter the wed ding they left for the home of the bridegroom in Minnesota Miss Pendleys marriage was a quite a sur prise to her associates around Norton ville where she was a prime favorite with all She is charming and Intel ligent young woman anu is a sister of Miss Mettle Pendiey the Norton ville postmistress The bridegroom is said to be a grain merchant in good circumstances I now Are Your Ktdncri t- nR nobtwBMnrai PW tore ill kidney lilt sum If fret AddBt Uemedj CuCtilcuo at N Y With a Hammer Port Huron Mich Feb z9With- a hammer instead ot the usual hatchet Mrs Cbas Rhodes this alter noon entered James Wilson sa loon and broke all the glass show cases and about ten bottles ot whisky The bartender then put her out Mrs Rhodes stated she had servd notice on the saloonkeeper not to tell liquor to her son L I OA 1 OXt T A Bun tlu1M Clad Yol Hate lass Bldt- Blgaata Ydof If you want to go to school cheap we can plant you in by selling yon m KentuckySeminary call at our office s e n- Post Tabiceo Spit ridS l Taut Ufi Intf- To Quit tobacco eulljr sad forever btmac netlo full 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writes lines OH inches long These new machines in essential principles arc the same as Models Nos 2 3 4unjequaled I WshiicrWeilltlhr Co rear IntbrLtllutne- It and dytm tusk MOXoX by 412 Walnut Stroot Cincinnati Ohio K f Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22 THE MYSTERY OF A COW When Last Seen She was Gazing Wistfully From Court Square Into Whiskey Chute Alter successfully rivaling all other cities of the country in the line of mysterious disappearances and after the strange case of Jasper Smith and others had put her far ahead of her most eager competitors Memphis has now come to the front with a oyster of the disappearance variety that promises to continue her far in the front forever and a day This latest mystery developed yes teiday that Is to say the mysteriou feature of it was only developtd yesterday and there is not a member r the police department who can sUIl gest the slightest clew to its solu tiot It is the mystery of a cownot I common everyday cow but a pure and spotters cow a milk white con that was suddenly and ucaccountabl swallowed up in the earth or etherial izsd into air right under the eyes of the Memphis public and two police men on Main street near Madison in the glare of the noonday sun The story ol the cow was told at tht police department yesterday Slit was the property of R A Parker and had been cherished In his family from her caltbood She was a good dull ful punctual taciturn cow yielding up her milk with due regularity and making no kick about it Early last week she found the back lot gate open at her home near Poplar and Third t streets and she struck out for green fields and pasture new as she thought i The cow was traced to second street and up to Court Square andwas seen promenading through the square by the park policemen She gamboled with the squirrels and inspected the gold fish in the fountain and left corntrlrightfateful Whisky Chute alley the same alley through which Jasper Smith and William Hollywood walked into the land of shadows All the witnesses agree that the cow stood andgeztdnpWhIskyChuteloramo went but which way she went II she ever moved from the spot there is not a mortal man who knows Seventeen I people and two policemen saw her standing there and marked the wistful expression on her face Some say there wasl something uncanny about the beast as she stood thus with the sun shining full upon her spotless white coat of hair making it daz zlingly bright and her tail curled into a letter Q How long she stood no one can say whether she ever moved no one can say It is only known that there was a mement a sudden slurr as it were of the cogwheels of timewhen the cow ceased to be at the spot where she should have been Some of the eye witnesses saw or thought they saw at the moment when the cow vanished a white sunbeam leap upward from the earth and lose itself In the upper sunshine This Is all that has been gatheredrespect ing the last moments oi the cow She has never been seen or heard of from that moment to this and has vanished into that bourne which still holds the secrets of Jasper Newton Smith and William Holly Tvood Commercial Ap I pealFrequently accidents occur in the j household which cause burns cuts sprains and bruises For use in such cases Ballarda Snow Liniment has for many years been the constant In vorite family remedy Price 350 and Soc Sold by J II Williams m Perfect Economic Health Our whole trade with the world has Immensely innieasediwe have passed Great Britain in the decade and are welHetures we are buying more indispensl ble crude material Jfor manufacturing we are selling more and more finish ed American manufactures in the markets of the world and wearer selling absolutely more though rela lively less food products These facts point toa condition of perfect economic health and vigor in Amerl ca They ate exactly the results which have been prophesied by every great American Protectionist from Washington Adams and Clay to Lincoln maIne Dingley and McKln leyBoston Journal Dandruff and Baldness- A contributor to the Edinburg Medical Journal declares that If dan drufi be cured the loss of hair will be checked unless tbe deadening of tbe scalp has gone too far He has had osltlve results In checking the fall of- hair and increasing its amount by using precipitated sulphur 10 percent in a good cold cream with or without either salicylic acid 3 to 5 per cent or extract of jaborandl one irahrn to the ounce The ointment proposed by Bronson composed of iminnniated mercury 20 grains calo mel 40 grains in one ounce of vase line has also done good service In some cass Sometimes resorcin in I solution and increasing strength has proved helpful On the other hand naphthol and cantharides have complete failures in many cases nolleI of time had nided The dl ling paraMilc In origin is apt to re lapse hence the remedies are to be re I turned shtuld it reappear For stlrn + ulallng the growth ot tie hair the best remedy is raatsige but this must not be resorted to until the dandruff has disappeared The services of a skilled professional gives the brat re suits but my be done by the patient himself pinching up the scalp between the ends of the extended fingers of both hands for five minutes twice a d+y Skill in NeedleCraft Etlbruicierfes comprising expent Ive materials have not engaged the attention ol those skilled in needlecraft as much ol late as the fine needlework produced with the simpler materials if colored or white linen and silken te dsIThis is especially the case withsofa pillows and of these the poster plN low is a favored form It is more IIbrarylsmoklnsr parlor or drawing room It is best to select r striking deeiglt from any of the foreign posters artUt reproduce it in outline on a cushion cover of silk linen or any unpattern ed materiel then couch it or work it in bold coarse stitch i For the bachelors nen suitable designs may bs suggested by adver tisements for certain pipes tobaccos t or j beveragesA on the more decorative orders and one which has cerI taro claims to novelty is made of heavy black satin ornamented with ribbons and crochet work in difltrent shades of gold The design is espe t cially effective suggesting the Empire style ot decorationjlu the a circle simulating a rope worked InI outline stitch There is n pleasing arrangement of flowers and leaves which are crocheted over forms and tied in bunches at the corners with narrow ribbon which also forms a wreth effect around the centre rope circle The stems connecting the leaves and flowers are outlined with green floss while the ribbon is sewed down on both edges with yellow floss The ovals which form the leaves are crocheted with twIstedembroIdery silk A centrepiece of rare beauty is shown in the illustration which offers a rich combination of Battenberg lace Flemish net and solid embroidery an linen The net is first basted upon the foundation and then the lace braid is put oneThe edges of the I braid should be carefully sewed down upon the linen as well as on the net Tbe lace stitches may be as elaborateI as ones knowledge and gestThe long stemmed chrysanthemum flowers should be embroidered in a frame or hoop and when the linen should be completedI away from nuder the without injury to the stems or petals When the portions of the next extending under the lace are cut away I the resnlt will be an exquisite piece of needleworkCASTORIA For Infant and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- slgnattlse rctr It Makes ra DlffereoceI It is not difficult to remember when political economists of the Manches ter school were wont to snlft scornful ly at the splendid balance oi trade which this country bad in its favor under a Protective Tariff and to declare that it relllty WAS of little impor thrice to a country whither the bal anre was for or igftinul it At the present moment British statemen and publicists Are seriously concerned over tbe matter rind express the fear that continued adverse balance may mean the decline of British commer cial supremacy It really does make a difference whose ox is gored New York Tribune The people of this country are in the habit of helping those enterprises that help them and they will not be drawn away from that policy by the lucubrations of the Reform Club peo pie The policy pursued by the people in encouraging industrial devel opment locally and nationally has been in great measure the means by whIch our marvelous development has been brought about and it will not be abandoned Boise Idaho Statesman 0 The common person who never gets more than a two bit hold on grinding monopoly has to pay 2 6 for a year of Mr Bryans Commoner The bloated plutocrat who has a ravings bank cinch and can afford to pay InI advance can get it for a dollar There Is something wrong here Will tbe editor explain this baleful shadow ol the octopus in the path of the non trust ideaNew York Press A REPUBLICAN TRJJMPH What Sound Principles Have Dore for American Trade The present era ot Amttlci n tans perity which has attracted general attention throughout the world is identified with a Ktpubltc n Tarfl American manufacturers are going forth to every continent anti those who purchase them are not troubled in the least about the Dingley law Under a system oi moderate Protection our manufacturers and artisans have advanced until they are able to supply to foreign markets a better article at more favorable prices than can be ob tamed elsewhere Qur goods go to old manufacturing centers abroad Formerly a few American FfMClalt Its were disposed of in Europe but the demand has greatly broadened This is the third year of the Uinpley law Our exports in 1930 were double those 1862I10 46 in 1870 Imports per capita WltbIlotalI the whole list of Free Trade argue reprirITar- Iff neet the same old weapons who n + tvtr it is proposed tu apply the prin ciple to a new industry The Drmo cratic assault upon the beginning of epechllyIsavage ture in the United States to day Is of immense extent and value At the present time Democratic invective and ridicule ore directed ut the Ship Sub sidy bill intended to revive and buildup our merchant marine This Indus try in Europe Is subsidized and en couraged in every possible ra t ilil way yet the Democratic patty con tends that it is public robbery and favoritism to bid our own shipping though it has been cut down by Pro tected competition to an insignificant total The methods that have developed our enormous foreign trade our manufactures will be equallyandI fective when applied to our hipping Port Towutend Leader I Orthodoxy in Kansas The liquor men tile In orthodoJCI They are brought knocks In Kansas In every class and station They believe beyond negation In the doctrine of DamNation And theyre praying for salvation Out in Kansas New York Sun Kansas is suffering from a dearth of railroad cars to market Its wheat crop because of the heavy demand for them in the South for moving the cotton crop Can we have too much pros perity Putman County 0 Vidette On account of Presidential mango ration ceremonies at Washington D C March 4 round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam Ky to Washington DCaud return at rate 1915 for round trip Tickets sold March I 2 and 3 good for return until March 9 S B VANMBTBR Agt Hobbled into Mr Blackmuns drug store one evening says Wehlry Nelson of Hamilton Ga and he asked me to try Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism with which I I had suOered for a long time I told t him I had no faith in any medicine as I they all failed He said Well if Chamberlains Pain Balm does help you you need not pay for it notI look n bottle of it home and according to the directions and in week I was erred and have not bten troubled with sinceI Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bra ntI How Are Tour Vldaere r DylrobhePpangusPlllae reaUCi cr111aPar7 Add HcmeartVCLIcaioorNy No Disturbance bf Tariff I It is no furiirife tit Irarn that a story telegraphed from Vmliinnton to the enact that changes were tube mae in the Unfl rates was a fabrica i tions pure and simple The tariff will be severely let alone as wasil Agreed in a Republican caucus of the Senate long ago when a reduction of Ibe revenue was under consideration To disturb the tariff or to discuss an I iltehitiou of rates would be to disturb business and create uneasiness that would check business One of the advantages of a Conj gress friendly to the policy it Protec j I willibefor manufacturer and importer to adjust business and have before them a periodextending far enough to reap I the bent fit ol protection which always j I result in a cheapening of rnnnufec1 lutes It has been by rearon if the long periodof non inteiferetC0 with theI tariff between 1862 when the arid wi nt into tad to 1884 when the lint disturbance began that American manufacturers eerie able to I work out their problems and the re I suIt has been just what was claimed from the first by friends of Pre tec l lion all forts and descriptions of No other package coffee goes so far or gives- such entire satisfaction as ARBUCKLESROASTED eoata only a cent more than the common kinds Olna more cups and better coffM to tb pound thanan of IK many Imitation Se the wrapper cacti one entitle you to a doflnlu part or im tutful snide look fur tb llit la each packageARBUCKL BROS Notion Dept New York OajrNY NervousWeak MenThoaua- dtofTcmnriimlmli I r ll re men are annually rcrnutm1f1311 Ihroyirh 1tIlLY IMUItiCHBTION KXCKaJHiS ANt BLOOD U you have any or Ibl tolloIDIf conall us before It Is too late An yon nentoa and weak drirnndent and gloomy specks before lb lbbeartbahfuidnamaodCite hollow checks careworn cspreuion oeaorr llfeleas dlitreitlnl lack enerjnr and itrcnirUi tired moraine retteanigbl chanerabl mood weak man etcOurS MENS LIFE BLOODIolhlnjr can ba more to 7oanpandmtddleagedmenthan emlIOIIe- atnlcrbloraeercldralollbroolrb be ar1n beT afllaD fot baalma CratmeatwlUpestttvelycareyon JNo Names Used Without Written Consent W A Mali of Lima 0 RatIwl was one of the countless victim of early at JS years of age Tbo drain on my lyitem rowalrDlnmy brain a e aexnal aednervouuyr Oem For tea yanItried score of doctors- oaf J etcctdebclteandlatrotmellcine Someheipe- dmenonnrrdr I waplflnff tipla despair In Ai tad eonlemptstlogsuicide when a friend adr Y N11cthmt r trial Wilhont conOdeic I consented and In itureetnniitb 1 wanncnred mao I was cured if I acTed years acoani married and happy 1 I BledDefnreTreatment After Treatment 47Wa treat and can Varlrocete HmtMloni Nerron Debility Seminal TTrakneta DldduDlae3ICa43XO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSr lT PRIVATE N vegtWngeonadonuaQuatloa Drs Kennedy Kergan 628 WALNUT CINCINNATI 8TREET- f OHIO goods have been Improved and te nced in cost and the place of manu C facture for home consumption and C now in hundreds ol cases for export has been transferred from Europe to the United States That experience is opposed to tinkering with thetarifl The time is not so far distant when j American manufacturers very many L lines will be able to dispense oltogeth j t twithgo for it will have served its porpose as a Protector and may take Its place sImply as a revenue protector porJ nearly forty years it has served tWfJpurposes a Protector oi American I batty and a revenue producerNew j London Coon Day r L 0 Life lies behind us as the quarry from whence we get titles Htd cope stones for the n1 8onry ol today Emerson What would you do if taken with colic or cholera mat bus when your a physician is away from howl ant th drugstores are cloud Ater one inch finrrcenry ytnrwill nlaj3 keep Chamberlains Colic Choi ra std JiarrbrcB Rr Kly in yur liimej tut will IIdl thn hor c M stolen M ore you lick the Rl +bte For sale 1 v- Z Wajn Or m fan m Anittciifi buiIers have s M mr e IIV S S 0 Po nil ff tliftiVM- iiiiiui it t i loud uII goIht prttt Q ye r Tbt r K wt vrn in kirrj the Ali rlw ref initutry muting Lugbi toeK G cr r Iafa14fs11 d c7t fT f tt fTtTll COW PEAS ASP SOJA BEANS cropfarmersand toll Improvin Other Kaionabte cedj you may need are Seed Corn Millet Velvet een Sorghum or Can Broom Cora Kaffir Corn Buckwheat Rep Etc r WI crry the Largest and Rtet eol leaden of Seed In the Central West r i riulior Vegetable Field Ono and I I lwtr Seeds r OUR CATALOGUE gives full tarot I m lon about all and will be Mailed r IHKB providing yon mention tbli I scud us a lilt the ScexU you need endwell quote low price f W CepeTnlonns6 r LOUISVILLC KENTUCKY cB IItaoII BoaaeYltYtLYtt 0 BAD BREATHI hove keen uilnc fASOABBTSnidMmild and effoctlro luatUe ttwr are woo irful Mr daughter and I wore bothered vltr Arkakinwonderfully tbelpotIfamlly1VILII tmieiewnhoa 51CAadnasaOb10- CANDYK CATHARTIC TMADI MARK IHMTISW Do00IICONSTIPATIONMMIg O rw4 Ill IIIV8oJ4 a04J1anldbIe to IJI1JU TobaooOu ne WlIW EBt DmTe OJilo County I J Enow rADdelllOombidoneri II Liken Tmtee Jnrj Knndj n T HUtfMlkrll llartfortl Pepitj BktrifD U Hocker T It tloatoo J D Tajlor W fl I TlDile 41CoorteooTeoMflnrUondajr la March 1a and Atjintand 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schedule tlAlaom has through connections and sleep ing car servile arriving at Jackson ville 1000 p m next evening Southern Railway in connection xwith the Queen Cresent Route latthe only line with 24Hour Sohndulo Between Louisvlllo and Jack sonvlllo Superior connections Jacksonville SouthlloridaWinter on sale to principal tesorta of Florida and the Southern States also to Havana Iiae tau and Porto Rico via Southern Rail way Inlormatlon 230 Fourth Ave Louis ville A Whedon Passenger Agent W A TURK Gen Pass ArentcWashington D C WM H fAVtos A O P A LouUvllle Ky NEW THROUGH LINE BETWEEN tvuivmu o- CHICAGOA new through cur list his bees istabllsbrd fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Gvansvlll and Chicago the line being l via Mattoon Champaign find the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D B Ry The services is as follows NORTH BOUNDDaily Ex Sun Lv Bvanavile 73opm 73ootsiAr Chicago 70011 m 7oop m SOUTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Chicago 840 pm 8308 ta ArBvansvllle 8058 m 5ijop ra Through sleeping ears on night trains and through free reclining chair ars on day trains Tickets ol you local ticket agent ttrwtawtu NANw ar Ullif UtaeM kaMt Mavi nao t 1 u dMlr nlabao wl atsme ela- nsknl west ado r w mf- D etpoccL uvpsea reeuTaatwna ia 1- w 1 dgCtsnnhlwh a 99c Fine Portraits 99c Send us a tintype or photograph and OD cte and we will make andatend you a fine 16x20 life size crayonida portrait guar nted not fade or rub oO No extra charge toJgroupt Dont fuel with agonic but BeJid direct to NASHVILLE PORTRAIT WORKS No 707 Church streett1J bI 4 OROPSY nttabtNmdsbowaad tens called hopJM Jn ta Rdsac 1 1 CUU3 M8 aof JAUa te If it falls to cure BO to your merchant AND GET YOUR MONEY PACK We will refund to him Price SO cts VAN VLEETMANSFKU DRN CO bSole Proprletra MEMPHIS TENN 3 Ii tit tI 4a