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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t + 4q 1pw ast tTHE lAEiPOiD REPUBLICAN 1 J i cFine Job Wok a Specialty I OFFICIAL Dun OF TIE PttJfW THE FODEIBCONSEESSIOHAIOISIEICI Subscription 1 a year I VOL XIIII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 22 1901 No 35 I wrliftlcs Come To man n face which slouM tllll lw bringthemto furrow the face They are the tlgni of physical miTering graven by tile hand of Path It U the Mildest result of tin dllC which ar feet the womanly organ that they write plainly the tad record of uf faring on the face and form The skin becomes sallow the cheeks are sunken the look dull the body rails away No woman who values her health or good looks ihould neglect to we Dr Pierces tYayarltrl- zticrlptlen for dis ease of the worn anly organs It aim irregularity r allen ind female weakness It lights up the eye br1ht ens the complexion and out the sunken curve of the bo0r I ukiint ntcsMire In rccommcadinf Dr Metres Fsrotlle Pie crlptlon for fem-alebaBuaannah Permenter ofieilbvZ aownSrttKtlplkm Ddcix bottle cured me I ftW like a new neron and I thank Dr health Lift It a burden to say rvllboulhealth I hive told a great many my frienda stoat Ibl vat ruedldnee Dr Pierce Common Sense Medical Adriaer 1008 pages sent free on receipt 0 OffySendtied book or 31 cent for crotb Ad dress Dr It V Pierce Buffalo N V 1PmIfIrl Irt nae M L HEAVRIN Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY wilt practice hla profrwlon th nil the ronrtaof Ohio and aillnlalaa eoaatkiinadConrt ol Appeal V fjpeclal attention RlTra to rolkctlon ERNESTWOODWAIID ATTORNEY AT LAW MrltRMKT HV- VIII practb hit pnfslnn U all the courts ol OLIu eonnty und CVinrt ul Aptmli rrompt anl earfal eoo lil rntlon siren nil timlnrwi ntnutcl to Mm elndrpendrnt Telephone once C E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW sIaierIiii KY Will hla la all the route of Ohloantf dloIDIeonlln4i11I0IAp- pMlJIIIalelluI to ottS oIce lii coutihouw 57 F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW IIABTrOKI IY wits prattle la the ronrta ot Ohio rnaaty nod Conrt of APIM U Prompt attention rlrea to all bntlnMa ealraited to bU cure tithe In Herald knlldlnf t 1 JE DAVIDSON HAttdrneyat Law fIARTFOaDK WUIpnwtlo blaprofi lonln Ohio cud adjoin IKcoantlm Hperlal attention alien to aeM entrpitrd to bisect b v 4 1A 4 8 PHOBY 4TTORiYEYJZ4WroHhNIiLr VUIprartl hUprolr kin In all the courta of 0loaud aiirAlnlngronntlea andConrtof Appeal HpeaUilB4teallonirlreitacuUMtloaa I JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAWv RTrORnIT 1IIUallo irtren to ill busbies u4rust ad to beafaeourtbOuae SHELBY TAYLOR I1TTORJEYj1tLI1WilJf 1 Wuiprartliebll profeulon In nil the enurtiol Ohio and adjoIning enautlai andCuartcftppeal- aiJst 9DIIId to AIIIHlt II- bkrapk1 J d M BAtiNETTr ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY willrltYliprOD Ii LII tbtoaolO- IllQd Ktwdslattflttoa CoUctIonapid4I lia tatty ld tp bIear t EPNEAL Attorney atH- ARTFORD Law KY Will tt his protMulon In all the courts of KIr1 lllOt1alUnlloal tq tollttllon tUunutof dieedenta estateroed tIN aDO criminal practIce Office ptalr Urlffln biDet J SR WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at LV- YHARTPORpiKY Will practice Ha prollo all the conrtao Ohio and adjoining covntlM and the Conrt of Ap Prompt ttutIon given to nil buMnea- aautruste4 to bltiOmiesn IHtrDBLiOAX bnlldlna c RtWEDDtN- GAtttt Qy at Law jrofep KY Vlif t lr4 to titeconitiol Obit ndaoksfl1counttL AJo Notnrr labU tIIi Southern Railway ThroOBh Ktht P it Roathern Stolen KENTUCKENNESIE Suulll CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIANortl AnOLlri AGEOn GIA and MISSISSIPPI UU Miles Three Pails Train Tlttveen Louts Tllleiand Lexington Observation Chair Care Train leare and arrlre Ix nl vllli from Serentl Uttret Union uJ1O gnn tlnijwltb trains of th IlUrsIs Central IlKUroad sod I II Zn St L R n ForinlormfttOncddrc J YnxDnN Pt TAa 218 Ith he 19n1s7Ju- vg II TAYLOrAUtttht O LA f1oaliUI 4 Y hivntou 5 1 r WHISTLING JOE BOWERS I A True Story Related by One Who Knew tbeSubject of This Interesting Sketch PATRIOT OF PRESS ROOM I A writer in the Trades UnlocUt the organ of the Printtrs Union In Washington DC gives the iollow i ing Intel sllng story I One cold day in the winter of 18 CI quaint uichin panted to look into the window of a large pressroom in one of the western cities the whirling machines and the paper Jailing there t from having attiected bis attention ills attire was that ol many a poor boy of those times the remnant of an old mmy uniform =the trousers lied up fr4hhnttftdIease the length and the ultevea of the blouse so much toolong than the tips of hIs fingers were visible The old blue cap that crowned his head rested upon his era for suppoit and the army brogaps upon his feet were but poor protection from the wet and wild Institute a child of twelve jeers or I so his wf zned dtwu featuren j bowing Theitire fleets of want and hunger gave him mote the appearance of en isge nun than a boy Aa be g zed longingly at the busy scene thewaruilb and ltfjhttirfs of the place fug ttd to hit mind that tm ployment there must be a vtry pleas ant occupation and he rercvltd to make the tOut Just then a oung man oseofthe rppientices Mepped out upon the street nod to him the urchin put the question Say hosp j du you think there is any chance for IldlC11ulolltd to the young man that it would be I a good joVe toenll the youngster against the Old Man as before man of the ptesuroam was designated by all the employees and he told hint bethought he ws tbejutt the kind of a boy the office needed and lug gested that be enter and make appli cation immediately thinking that the outlandish spectacle of the mlnature vetetan would be a source of amuses ment to his shopmates And so he was l lor DO sooner bad he entered the door than one raishchievous feeder started whittling Marching through Georgia and lIthe balance joined in until the foreman walked down the room to discover the cause of the commotion Approaching the boy he entered into conversation with him very earnestly much to the surprise ol those who witnessed the incident and was seen to put his band in his pocket give the boy some money walk with him to the door and stand there conversing with him for some time btfore dismissing him Such was the induction to the printing bus iness of one of the quaintest charac tern I have ever come across In all my career for at the Wowing of the whit tie to resume work that afternoon the foreman brought thiiTsame odd look lug character with his old army uni form but with the appearance ot hay ing made some attempt at cleaning up for the occasion his face and bands showing the evidences of soap and water and bis staggly hair brushed andstralghlcdsomewhatto me and told me to put him to work taking Sheets from the folding machine the first duty assigned tOA new boy upon entering the pressroom And then the trouble began For all of the mischievous youngsters that ever en tereda printing office be was the worst He waa impudent saucy vie joeL meddlesome and he didnt know what fear was Small as he was he bad wonderful strength combined with great agility and ere he had been there a month more than one oi us were nursing sore spots froze con tact with blnii By reason ot bis pug naciousness he became a great favor lie with most of the men and was as heartily detested as well as feartd by th boys and also by the girls With the foreman he was Irom the flint a fivorite the reason for which we uilsunJersto for a long time and no matter what his offense the Old Map1 always had some excuse for him and it was evident that it was a gOOd policy for all hands to put up wth anything the kid chose to do if they wanted peace The engineer of the establishment was a grizzled old soldier crusty and overbearing whom nobody liked and j whop ver hesitated to administer a kick or n blow to any venturesome boy that dnred to get within his reach but be too took this pest 01 the pressroom to hU heart and would de lend him nt all htzafda Where no other biy couM enter without abuse the engine rOo IIhll youngster was soon a welcome guest and it was no unusual sight M not ntlnie to witness the old engineer and this ridiculously clay boyor be never ditcarded the old blue unifotm Mtting together L earnestly conversing enjoying some thing to eat and very often a can of I beer and a pipe P4Asorderedby the foreman I in- tuct1r d hirilas to hIs J tlc I n taking the sheets from the folder my assignment at that time being to run tbeItqne almost as well as known in those das as Yankee Doodlesnd he whistled that saute old tune until everybody In the place was nearly dls tracted Whether he knew any other tune I know not but Joe Bowers he gave us morning noon andnight I believe be could not help it So long as he waddle you would not hear it but put him to doing anything and hIs whittling began Complaint to the foreman was useless far he up held the boy in everything he did the fiend having I believe hypnotized he Old Mauso he saw nothing wrqn ordlsagreeblc lu him The Grand Army of the Republic was then in its Infancy and I well re member their first pnde In that city JheJorettmn bad trvtd with distinc tion during the war being one of the first to respond to the call for troops and the old engineer had served with him and both were active promoters of the organlzillon that has for more than thirty years made presidents and virtually ruled the country Prepara tlonn for the first puade were made with much care and attention and the event was the talk of the office for monthsWhen the day arrived the office i closed the propt letora being much in sympaly with the event and everybody was of course interested in the division to commanded by the fore man of the press room and when they appeared what was our surprise to lice them heeded by a band of three pi CMC a bass drum a snare drum and a filethe base drummer being theold engineer and the filer none other than Joe Bowers old army uniform and all stepping as proudly as one of Ha asIIitbe big printing office Heed up along street must have put mote ol the devil into him than before for from that time he was king of the office lie rode on the elevator and whittled Joe Bowers until the printers book binders and people upstairs were nearly crazed and he thrashed every boy in the place by fair means or foul so that none disputed his sway The foreman ot the press room and the old engineer stood by bint on all occasions and the proprietors con doned any cffense he mlght be charg ed with III graduated about a year alter the advent of Joe Bowers and some ten years niter found me working in a far western city near which was lo catedan army post one of the attrac tions of which was the excellent band attached thereto and parade days at tracted visitors from far and near to bear the splendid music discourse by the band the leader of which I Sound to have been an old schoolmate of mine many years agone Accompan- Ied by some friends I visited the post end renewed my acquaintance with my former schoollellow and he called our particular attention to a cornet solo that was to be the feature ol his program that daytelling us he was es peclally proud of the soloist because ot having taught the performer the in I strument Tbe parade and the band concert were a success the day being delightful and the attendance very large and must to my surprise I discovered the comet soloist to be none other than the pressroom pest ol for mer dayoe Bowers lie was master ol the instrument and the ap plause be received would have glad dened the heart of a Levy or an Ar buckle lIe was little changed in appearance since last I bad seen him his stature being not more than five feet and his countenance still had the aged pinch app arauce of a prema turely old man After concert we re paired to the quarters of my friend the bandmaster and at my request he elated how he bad discovered the talent for music in the boy by his per formance on the fife for the drum corps ol the Grand Army post had given hint infractions In music and finally when be organized his band engaged little Joe U cornetist and they had been together ever since He culled Joe in and introduced him and I dont think I ever enjoyed any thing more than bearing his comments on the characteristics of the diSerent employees 61 the old print lug office way back east and the tucks and pranks be had played on nearly every one of them As a mimic he was snperb and my friends were delighted with him He played for non the cornet many fine selections but the piece that pleased me most and that carried me back to my boy hood days and the scenes of my earl experiences was the old old tune ol Joe Bjwers he gave us as a final at my desirei Some years after I met the Old Man in Chicago where he hail beet located for many years and related tc him my meeting with Joe and thi PottJtbe boys real namethe title Jot Bowers having attached to him foi his partiality for the tune and stud to him all the time I knew him In the cffice His frtber had bren aYpldlir under the Old Man nisil wigtki led In one nthe tarly bAUlt attIc civil- wal and when he et teredtVwofBcc lookIng for employment be und a friend indeed where perhaps tie least expected it in the foremgn f the pressrooma friend whose bee rt and purse was always open to ear one who had worn the blue Some few yenta since ata well known seaside resort I met rny for 1 mer friend the bund master OWl i prosperous promoter of amuse uents enterprises and after poingover many I of our experiences ofearly diphe I inlormed me that Joe Bowei baa ouiwJI wlilcIJ11 a 11 t1 tbus hue lii father before him sacrificing life in the service of his countryraSdnn der the same old flag he had Mepped I w proudly behind playing the fife In the first Grand Army parade I had ever witnessed He was burled military honors at the military p wltbI the Par West and a modest I subscribed and erected to his memory I by his coturnd6 mirks the last rests ing place ot the devil of that old printing nffioe Joe Bowers Mrs C U VanDeusen of Kil bourn Wit was afflicted with tom ach trouble and constipation for H longtime She sa is I have tried many preparations but none have done me the good that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have These Tablets are lor sale at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Price 25 ents Samples free i m i Be Honest Any prison who takes a newspaper regulatly from the postofficewbeth J er directed to his home or another whether he has subscribed or fOtls 1 responsible for the payment ol same Tbe Unittd States Supreme Courts have decided that refusing to take i newspapers or periodicals from the postoflice or leaving them uncalled for U prime larcie evidence of inter national fraul We are sorry to say that Tiirt RE PUBLICAN is forced to acknowledge that it has many subscribers of which the courts speaks r Ills Indeed a shame for imeq and women to receive the paper and then have unadulterated and monumental gall to refuse to pay for it Headache often results from a idisn otdered condition of theWomachtiitf constipation of the bowels A dose or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct these dig ordrts and cure the headache Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m In Memory Of Mary T wile ot Lewis W Hunt who died at her home near Sunnydale on Wednesday February 27 1901 of a complication of diseases age 43 years 6 months and 10 days She was burled at Sunnydale the aSth She leaves a father mother two broth ers nod three sisters v husband and six children and a large number of other relatives and friends to mourn her loss yet our loss is her gain She was an excellent Christian woman having joined the M E Church at Marvlnt Chapel about the year 1888 and lived an upright Christian life I therealter until her Master said It is enough come up higher By her dertb the church has lost an abe faithful member her parents n kind and affectionate daughter her home a true companion and loving mother the community a good friend and neighbor We would say to the beoo reaved ones not to mourn for her as for one that bad no hope For the life that she lived thoroughly convinc ed us that she had made her peace with God years ago and we have of ten beard her testify that if a person would prepare for living she was sat hfhd that they would die tight and i then she would add Why a person reallyjis not fit to live in this world unless they are a child of God and and then she would beg of the church to pray for more power of God in tbjs world We are satisfied that she 4JCt1 sale In the arms of Jesus and that her spirit is roaming in that land of the bliss the home of the redeemed So look up and forward for the time to come when you will be joined in com pany with her again to be separated no more forever Mrs Hunt was the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Jas S Leeol Sunny dale and a sister ofJesse L Lee who died May 15 98 of typhoid fever also a sister of A Monroe Lee who died August 7 98 oi typhoid fever The remains ot all three are sleeping in the Sunnydale Cemetery to await the resurrection mornJAS T DAVIS Sulphur Springs Mar r3 1991 I It your child is cross or peevish it is no doubt troubled with worms Whitens Cream Vermifuge will re I move the worms and its tonic eflect restore its natural cheerfulness Pricet 25 cents J H Williams m r TUB REPUBLICAN qiand excel I lent stock of Envelopes Letterheads t Notehead Billhead Statements I r Cards Etc and prints there in the latest uptodate style Leave you = orders for Job Printing at this office PUZZLES FOR SCIENTISTS Whole Acres of Central Kansas Sand Moved to and Fro by the Wind The broad expanse of level prairie which makes up the greater portion oi Central Kansas is broken in one place by a range of bills whose origin Ls ri question that has puzzled scien tlsto Tbe prairies are easily explained they are simply the bed of a vast oCean The surface contains usually a limited amount of sand evenly dir tributed This also is to be expected for tiaction ot waves would spread uniformly over the sea bed the sand washed down Irom the bordering mountain But here In the middle of this vast ocean Is a miniature mountain chain as distinct from the surrounding laud as if it bad dropped from the skies The hills stretch from near Lyons KflqtO Hutchincon a distance of about 25 miles They form the ate of a circle and are on the average ol lour miles In width The curious feature ut them is that they are made up wholly ol sand without the fllIjbltft Intermixture of any foreign element The sand is comprised of finediamund shape particles so light that they seek a new position at every bretzt and brecz sin Kansas are too common to be noticeable These beds of cand are much given toshifting A heavy wind will move whole acres of them Hills 50 feet in height will be transferred little by little a distance ot too yards and a road between two mountains will be found next day entering the very bowels of a single hill There is no limit to the curious tricks the eddying storms will play with the sand The tflect prodacIvery snow In many places however a long period ol quiet weather has permitted a turf to form that can withstand the action of the elements In these spots much fruit is raised the best of which is a wild plumb renowned through out tie whole State But ifone digs through this turf the sand is found beneath and extends downward to the old prairie level At this point be gins the soil limestone strata and conglomerate exactly the same as InI all the rest of the regionIThis fact proves aceJereafter the enrtace forma don bad been completed and further corroboration Is found in the sub stances burled beneath the bills Bor hugs have uncovered great cottonwood trees with the branches all intact and bones of antelope and sandhill cranetwo animals which still linger in this unfrequented region though otherwise almost driven from the State Even human bones have been dug up the remains probably of early travelers caught in the dangerous sands during some unrecorded storm Under these conditions especially if the storm is rotary like the famous tornado this region forms a natural deathtrapNo explanation of the hills has ever been advanced Early and less well informed investigators thought they might be the remnant of some heavenly body which by chance had encountered the earth after the surface formation was practi cally finished Some even went so far as to declare them to be the remnant of the nucleus oi a comet Later on when the cataclysmic school of geologists was in the ascendant they suggested that some mighty prehis tone cyclone as it swept through the country had collected the sand and had deposited it there where the force of the storm was expanded Scientists of the present day are disposed to find a more simple expla nation They say that as the inland sea subsided this stretch of land may have been uplifted somewhere no that it formed an island and the action ol the waves collected and deposited the sand about its borders Then after the water had disappeared the laud lank to a level with the surrounding territory thus leaving behind it the heaps of sand in the form of hills The theory though it does not ac count for the phenomena is perhaps the most rational yet proposed and it will probably be found to have consid erable truth when the complete hlsto ry of these hills shall have been dis covered Chicago Chronicle Much pain and uneasiness is caus by piles sparing neither age nor sex Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment cures the most obstinate case Price 50 cents in bottfes tubes 750 J H Williams m S SFired Up Dr Abraham Mosher of Grlggs vllle N J has been indicted for spanking his wife with a trying pan Tbe doctor might have known says the Chicago Times Herald that such a proceeding would be likely to make even the meekest of women fire up Senator William P Frye of Maine has the second time been elected President pro tempore ot the United States Senate THE OLDEST MAN IN AMERICA Hr hueBrock Dom In Buncombe Co North Carolina March 1 1788 Bays u UI attribute my extreme old age to the use ot Pornna Dom bctom United States WAS formed Saw 22 Presidents elected Penn has protected him from allstiddea changes Veteran ottour wars Shod a horse when 99 years old THE Awrut FATE or 0111I Irt got a letter Ianon from my boj awayout WNt- All mIDI heart aa heavy aa lead within toy Iirtaat To think the boy whoaa fortune had been 10 proudly planned Should wander from tha path o right an coma to such an end I told Situ when he left ui only three short year ago Hed fl dhlmieltp1own In a mighty crooked Tow Uad mlM his fathera cAanitli hnitSaitbrt a- prayera too Ilat hit laid the farm waa hateful an he gaMiest htd ban to go I know thaa biff temptation for a youngster the West not t bettered our Hilly had the courage to renUt An when he left r warned hits o the ererwnlt Ingaaarea That lie like hidden anrptata In llfea pathway everywhere lint mil be prontaod faithful to be kwrtul on allowed Hed buIld refutation tbatd make us mighty proud Dot It aeeme na boy my tonniel aort o faded from his mind An now the boys In trouble o the Trry wnntret llnd- Illeletteraromeao aeldem that I tomhoweor- tok aowed That Hilly warn it tramping on n mighty rocky toad nut nerer once Imagined be would bow my head In ehitme dd1linnoIII write front out In Dearer an the itoryJu- ilghly abort I jut cant tell hla mother Itd trash her poor of heart And ao I reckon Ianou you might break the Slice to brmilK U the 1saMiitar but bit dt cay what far Denier Post It is bard to tell these days it a girl didnt take time to comb her hair or took the time to comb it in the latest fashion Atchtson Globe An Honest Medicine for La Grippe George W Waitt of South Gardi ner Me says I have had the worst cough cold chills and grippe and have taken lots of trah of no account but profit to the vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the only thing that has Ione any good whatever I have used one bottle of it and the chills cold and grippe have all left me I congratulate the man ufactures of an honest medicine For sale by Z Wayne GriMe Bro m L Had Great Nerve The recent death ol J H Benham of CallitotiU illustrates the wonderful nerve of strong men under the most adverse conditions Benham and three companions had gone into the mountains for a days hunting They had climbed mountains and crosied canyons and Unnlly made tbefrcamp I on Eel river On Monday afternoon I while high up a mountain Denbams I bounds it i r ted a fine buck Thehuu ter braced himself against a bush and was about to fire at the deer when the bush gave way and allowed him to slide down the incline about I a yards I In falling Benhams r fii was diss charged the ball pissing into his I abdomen and coming out at his tight shoulder Wounded though he was I be managed to crawl backup the In cllhe where he shouted for help No one beard his cries and he then I discharged his title till the magazine was empty One of his companions came to his assistance The wounded man requested his friend to send for his wile realizing all the rime that r m Always conquered ttte grippe with Perunll Wltaesa la a land tult at tee ofilOycarsSBelieves Peruna the greatest 1 remedy ot too ago for catarrhs diseases i CA A wound was iatal The friend wentIbis to camp and secured three mules with which he returned to the ecene 01 the tragedy Without help of any sort Benham rode one of the mules back to camp a distance of half a mile Another of the party then started for the nearest town for medical help and to tele phone for Mrs Benbam Tbe messen ger traveled in an hour said twenty minutes a trail which had taken the hunters seven hours to travel when they were on their way to the camp A physician and Mrs Benham reach ed the camp at joclock in the morn ing but nothing could be done for the dying man At 10 oclock that morn the party started for home 18 ling away The wounded man was on a litter the entire distance the members of the patty taking turns at carrying JU They arrived at home at 10 oclock at night the wounded man retaining consciousness throughout the long journey Heknew that his death was a question of only a few hours but he never lost his courage He died at 5 oclock the next morning Ex Drying preparations simply develop dry catarrh they dry up the secre lions which adhere to the membrane anti decompose causing a far more eerious trouble than the ordinary form of catarrh Avoid all drying inbaK ants and ure that which cleanses soothes and heals Elys Cream Balm is such a remedy and will cure catarrh or cold in the bead easily and pleasantly All druggists sell it at So cents or it will be mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren St N Y a A CoIncident- If time ol arrival and coincidence of name mean anything a child was born early Monday morning at LouIs- ville I who should achieve greitness On the day of the Presidents Inaugu I ration for a second term a son was born to Mr and Mrs William MeKin I Isaac Brock M citizen ofMcLeoaaa county Texas has lived 111 years Ho now lives with his soalalajf at Valley Mills Texas la speaking otbls good health and extreme old age Mr Brock says After a man has lived In the world as long as I have he ought to have found out a great many things by experience One of the things I have found out to my entire satisfaction Is the proper remedy for ailments that are due directly to the effects at the climate During my long life I have known a great many remedies for coughs colds catarrh and ttiim hcea I Jiad always supposed these affections to be different dis eases but In reading Dr Hart mans books J have found out that these affections are the same and that they are properly called ca tarrh i 1 had several long sieges with the grip At first I did not know that Peruna wasa remedy for this disease When I heard that 1m grippo was epidemic catarrh I tried Peruna for la grippe and iAsPcruna Ihave found It to bathe best Itnot the only reliable remedy for these affections It has bees my standby for many years and IBttrIbutem good health ant extreme old ago to this remedy Very truly yours JpcMl Fora tree book on catarrh m44ttm The Persian Medlclae Co Columbia Ohio ley who live at 1036 Debarr street I Louisville The child will be named McKinwIevery i can enjoys to become chief executive of the United States A Good Cough Medicine for Chrildren I have no besltaucyitirecoas- mending Chamberlains Cough Rem cd70 says K P Morgan a well known and popular baker of Peters burg Va We have given it to our children when troubled with bad coughs also whooping coughand it has always given perfect satisfac tion It was recommended to me by a druggist as the best cough medicine for children as it contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always tagM Dears Signature of CtfflfiZX Liked the Trick At a popular table dhote restaus rant in Boston the other evening as a gentleman was lighting his cigar with a teaspoonful of burning brandy there came a knock at the door and on it being opened in walked two very ragged children a boy and a girl Wot you want gruffly ask ed the waiter Please sir said the little girl we see the gent swat lerin fire through the window and wed like to see him swaller sonic more II we aint in no ones ari N Y Tribune J OufvsrponijaBe- mtho I B1sutm of lhtirdYOOlittilwyi9eigbt 1l r 0- TIV oJ Nervou Weak MenThonsatul of yoa1f and iuiddlearesj alto are t la a Oremature grave CAIILY INlllHCUCTION rXCKSSGS ANt ItLOOD- uieEAtiLs If you baro anr ol Ibo fallowing ajrmptoraa conanlt as telora It la too late Ara you nerroiia and weak despondent nloorar specks before the eyes with dark circle under them weak kick kidneys Irritable palpitation ot the heart baihf ill dreams and ioieeesedimeut ill urine pimples on annken eycsboliov cheek eaRWorn lon poor memory dlIruteal lAck enerllY and strength tired snot utnga reetlcu chaalablo wood wsak man etcOuarrvI MENS LIFEBLOODothio can bo more demoralUlnir to Jonlfand mlddlexieed men titan eatutoni at night or secret drains through the unfit a man lor baalneaa mar tied life orsoctai matter whether caused nil habits In youth pooiIW A Muir of Lima 0 aajraj 1 waa one of Uio coantleoa rlctlai of early at IS yeara of ago Tho drain on myayatem weN vcakenloe By brain aa well aa my sexual and ucrroiSFB triO Tor ten I tnej scores of doctors electrlchellalII lIelo Some helped me none currd iwasgirlnguplit despair fact contemplating when A friend ad vised me Ma a last report to Ifira the New Method Treatment of JJra K A K a fair trial Without confidence I contented and In three mouth I traa a cured man I was cured bappheartilyflJfleforaTreatment follow men After Treatment WeaknessliktDiseases and all diieaea ot Men and Women 4ONO NAMES USED WITnOUT VTBITTEN CONSENT PRIVATE N medicine sent COD Ko names on boxes or envelope KTerrthta l confidential Question Ust and coat of treatment FKEB lire S28 WALNUT STREETKennedy Oi KerganI J CINCINNATI OHIO f1 fi IiI i TH tf X = L c Ii 1J1 rk w jM ft ct 3 tPj f I t t5m ol 11t rl m1l i iW r f l Jfthtfo depU HaarE FRIDAY MARCH ti IOX ROGERSIdlor xssarxxoxzsa rucrh uJ22-C=bdan4 4 limd Fridays ba till Hartford fub CoMeerperat hlllld lttlrlfordplshffia smndelassmall matter TICKETIFor Rrprrrnlnllc ALVIfl 8 BENNETT For Count j Jndgr rot BOUKBM For foanly oar Clerk HH RAGLAN rorConnty Attorney te L11EAVHINFor i CAL P KEOW- Wf r orflehool Superintendent AHEM DEWEENE For Til OMAN 11 BJCKIFor AieMtr FRANK LOWE t For JOHN 8arortFor Coroner BcN L DAVJSI ANALYSIS OF THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM Out Democratic brethren in theirI platform adopted by their party have clearly drawn the outline for the fall campaign in this county First theystand upon the declaration emI bodied in that Chicago document then they tome to the wiee conservatism and the peoples interest admin iitration of J 0 W Beckham andt lastly they highly commend the Dem ocratic officials of the county in hand ling the county business It is al most needless for us to say that there are only two Democratic officials int the county and they are members of the Fiscal Court One other Justice la a Populist and two are Republicans while the Judge is aPopu1iltaodr the County Attorney is a Republican As to the manner in which tbee countys business has been handledI we will have a word to say when thee time is opportune What we desire to look after just now is Mr BeckE hams wise cootervatiam and to the peoples interest administration- In 1899 Mr Beckham and his colt league Mr Goebel were candidates for the highest offices in the Statee The State held an election under the supervision of the latter at an enormous expense The Constitution beI ing the court instructed the jur1I the people of Kentuckyto cast their ballots for their choice which should be the law of the landand thejury being the people found for the other fellows The disappoint ed in the cote rebelled against the peoples verdict and instituted a con test at an enormous expense iu which they succeeded iu reversing tbe willc of the people as expressed at the polls by a partizau and biased legilt lature This revolutionary course of tbe office pirates arnmtJ the peaa pie to great excitementalmost to revolutionand in the beat of this dilemma the pirate leader was slain Immediately came this decree The Voice of the people is set a side by a Vote of tho legislature ami Btckbam b is declared to be the Governor of this Commonwca tb Tbe next thing luurt needed was f100000 of the pea pies money appropriated to bangs une man and damn a whole party and the Democrats of this county wy publicly we endorse this think it wise conservatism and to the peoples interest Proceeding in that remarkable ca reer Beckham ordered that 3 100000 of the peoples money be given him that he might raise and equip a large blooding armyto guard the office n- piratelto protect tbe fficial revolutionists in setting a aide the verdict of the peopleand this the legislature a did And the Democracy of Ohio county come en masse before the very citizens who help pay these enor mouse expenditures and ceclare that is these things are a part of discreaiion and good sense commend ug them toIi to the intelligence of thia country as bits of wisdom conservatism and to tbe peoples interest lt king that 4 they be endorsed and give n positions his of trust fiver law abidin constitu tiundefeuding honest citizens Not eatid led with these enormous foolhardy appropriations of the leo be i p Aid ftbheyva pbclateatlda fioiilel tilling us that our election laws need modifying that they didnt work a planned and that Itwas necessary fur tho expenditure of about an other 100000 in payment for an election lawto be framed by the same body ol men that refused to abide by the voice of the people expressed under the law Accordingly this proclamation was promptly put into effect and as a result a law very little better was given the people after 11it ye Ix days labor Though amazingly strange the Democracy en mass as sembledvjted this to be deeds ofwis dom conservatism and to the peoples interest going to the people asking them if they didnt think them to be about to get right in this course by entering a plea of innocence and demurring to the peoples right to govern themselves To reasonably intelligent man these endorsements would seem to be aplenty for any organization to de fend while asking the people to give them political preference bnt our friends the enemy have more gall than the Dutchmans calf When they commence to endorse there appears to be no stopping place Any old thing done by any other old thing calling himself a Democrat is worthy of endorsement consequently they endorsed it Why they even endorse a man who as an official pleads for competition in gambling the distraction of monopoly in that vice and when this man as an official pardons a notorious charac ter gambler and fiend these fel owsthe Democratic bosses come commending these things to tho pee ple as acts of a Statesman being composed ofwisdom conservatism and peoples interest All these things did the Demeocratio convention do Now we do not believe that the Democrats of this county approve these things We do not attribute to any others than the hoses for when this clause of the platform was read not one word of applause- was spoken but deathly silence instead Every citizen should ask himself what is commendable tbe Beckham administration s it wiso to lavish money on admitted confessed perjurers Is it conservatism appropriate funds to raise and maintain a large State standing arm Is it to the peoples interest to pardon all the criminate in he penitentiary Whether you agree with us pditically kind reader you forced to answer the questions in the affirmative when you are on the draw bridge of the Ohio county Democratic platform There la no alternative it is to believe and damned in Novemberor disbe lieve and your party will damn you The good people of Ohio county have repudiated this same party before and they will repudiate it again regard less of the character who teaches these political fallacies TODAY closes the first spring term the Hartland College It goes without contradiction that this has been best termss work in the history the old Institution More live energetic ambitious working students in attendance than seer before and more accurate and satisfactory work is being accomplished both by students and teachers than at anytime formerly So great has been tbe increase during the last year that anew and more commodious building badly needed and the demand is most imperative Nothing more beneficial could be Molded to the progress of the town thau a genuine firstclaas eat of learning which our worthy servants are so rapidly estab lishing They need the hip and eu coura ement 01 the citizens of the town and tbe young ladies and gentlemen searching for an education Ihroughoul Western Kentucky There is no reason why Hartford should not be a popular educational center STIIANOK indeed that agrand jury should make its mission aJo aurprces from diflueing the news and happenings in this country ofI free speech but such is the case with Barren county grand jury and the Louisville Evening Pott Instead of attending to Jeflerain countys affairs the Barren citizeu should djjyote their attention to homo atlases The Poet a freethinker ands fluent speaker and because of this fact a Barren county grand jury seeks chastise it by finding an indictment against its editoru WE hcve learned tbat young Beck hams Hartford noise recently advised Excellency that his Excellency made a sad mistake in pardoning Ei Alvey the gambler whereupon the c puerile governor informed him that t would do as he damned pleased 1 ihJ yet th6 HattoiratlS ijosle bi thii county endorsed young Grippe vow Ilog that his administration had been marked by wisdom conservatism and to tho interestMRS CARIUE NATION seems to have abandoned her new profession to the delight of the Sunflower State Had ehe directed her energies and abilities in a more persuasive man- n ner to preaching she would doubtless have had better results at any rate she would not have been the laughing stock of tbe world WREN being urged to make tbe race for County Attorney one of the leading liwyers at this bar stated that 10M L Heavrin was invincible that it was only political suicide for the man opposing him This is a com monsense view of tbe matter We heartily agree with our friend and we believe there are others who will concur with the above statement WE note that the Democratic zoos ter still refuses to scratch dirt in the eyes of the tread of the ticket in tho Herald The fact of the matter is this that proud old cock has not been accustomed to scratching dirt iu tbe eyes of Pppulists and it will doubtless give him theache when he tries it- Tnn South African war is not a compromise by any means The Boers are yet sanguine that fate will deal kindly with them in the end hence they maintain their war fur in dependence claiming that they will be able to holdout three years longer A OOOD Democrat was asked the oth er day why their emblem did not ap pear over the ticket in tboeraUwhen he replied that the old bird had absolutely refused to disgrace himself by crowing in the barn yard under the present circumstances WHEN a great politician and states man has finished his mission on earth and is called from tbe walks of life all parties are then ready to join in eulogizing his name So it is with ex President Harrison IT is generally conceded that Mr Wade tbe Democratic would bo Jail er will have to wade long and deep before be carries Tom Blacks keys This is straight not green goods rSINCE Beckbam pardoned Ed Al vey and Paddy Miles his health has tailed He is now in Florida the home of such juvenile governorsI WE do nut understand why all the convicts in the State prison are not pardoned since the governor prefers competition in crime ITS funny tbat tbat proud old bird has refused to pcratch in tbe back yard for the Democratic ticket Will some one explain rTUE English lion and the Rnisiau bear are about to get into ascrap over spoils in China AaciNALDO is still on the run Where is vvllliamJ w It is not so much what the newspapers say as what neighbor says to neighbor or friend to friend that has drought Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy into such en rat use It is as natural for peo ple to express their gratitude niter using this remedy as it is for water to flow down hill It Is the one remedy that can always be depended upon whether H baby be sick with cholera infantum or a man with cholera mor bus It is pleasant sale nod reliable Have you a bottle ot it In your home For tale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m FRIENDSHIP KY Mar sohealth in this locality is good tscept meRlIn Farmers are all in a hustle sowing oils and preparing for the coming cropDied on the 12th inst a little child of Julien and Carrie Rock May God bless them in their bereavement and may they be consoled by the words of our blessed Jesus for he said ofsuch to the Kingdom of God Mrs Viola Westerfield is stillcon lined to tier room She tins been sick for three years Dr E W Ford of Uartlord was to see her last weekIBrnmon Westerfield thriving husinea in their new store at Sugar Grove The Republicans around here sue all in harmony for the success of the Republican ticket next November especially our noble young man lon Rogers tar County Judge RI Brandon aid VV W Royal daughter went to Owenbboro last Saturday Horn lo the wife of Bud Dunn on the 7tha girl I have no objection to women preaching if they Want coo and hope the time will soon come when they I will have n right to vote We fought Great Britain because we were taxed without representation but when we joined our independance we taxed the women withoutrepresentationBBLTJUCB In Memory Ceralvo March 19 Shephen R Villiams died at his home neatheie- n the 7tb of March 1931 and on the ith alter lunenl services conducted y Rev J HtXawrence his hodyaas aid t rest in ihoWaltona Cnek batj r ping RoUnd fie was sick jeVelat days and often expressed his wflllng ness to die saying be had made his election sure with God He professed faith in Christ several yearsao and joined the Waltons Creek baptist church of which be dieda latthlul member He lived a model Christian life and was loved by all who knew him He leaves a wife three chil dren and a host of Irlends to mourn his loss WM C CENTRAL GROVE KY March 20Farmers are buayplow lug and sowing oats Rev R W Danks filled bis regu Jar appointment nt the Baptist church Satnrday and Rev G lit Lawrence preached an interesting sermon Sun dayattra m Sunday School hasbeen organised at this place with Mr 1 pIoneYtal SuptMr MF Fanghtaa AsstSupt Mis Alice FaughtSecyand MrO M Bishop Assjt Secy v Mr H Berry Blship who has been attending school at Hartford has rev turned home on account of ill health of lets father Mr T R Bishop The singing which teas given at the residence of Mr Roy McKermaujlast Sunday night was highly enjtiyed tiJe by those present Mr Clarence Rowe who has been disabled for some time on account ot a severe rising on leis hand ia mucb Improved t Mrs L B Loney visited her broth er Mr J 11 Mclntlr at Hattqrdt Monday Misses GussIe and Dena Woodward of Centertown attended church at this place Sunday- It was wftfisadness tint we learned of tbe deathot oar friend Mrs Steve Williams He was a good thrisBito gentleman and not only willhEbe missed at home bnt willbe greatly missed by his large circle of friends May we all strive to follow the good example he set before ns Miss Lizzie Danka of Nelson Creek rMrchildren Elvis and Mabel visited Mrs tichenors parents Mr and Mrs B M Faught Saturday Mrs Bettle Mathews is on tbe sick list at this writing Miss Annie Berryman who is attending school at Hartford visited her parents Mr and Mas B P Her roman Saturday and Sunday Misses Emma Benton and Nellie Bennett attended church at this place Sunday There will be a musical entertain ment given at the residence of Mr J E Curtis next Saturday night March 23 A nice time is anticipatedr Rev A J Williams of Hartford visited in this community Sunday The meeting at Williams Mines which has been in progress tort Jt ar weeks under the care of Rev IVI1 r son Miller and Brown still contjniues- with much success there haVIn been about feventyflve conversions Mr Norval Brown and Mies Matti Ticbenor both ot Elmwood attended church at this place Sunday j Hnrrah lor Republicanism writer all in Savor ot Fun Rogers for County Judge and will make it botrllhhpnpp- ODent ALTER ECB I RENDER KYO March 19 Prof W D Mebd3X- and Frank MStowersof Beaver Dater were among our callers list Saturday afternoon Mrs S H Dank of Central City visited her brother Mr R Af Camp bell of this place last Sunday Messrs H E Harper and Byrofl Petty spent last Sunday In Fords ville Mr Sam Rhoads Beaver Dam war THIN Lots Pt peoplehave hair Per haps their Earcnts i 1I K haps hair their Cr children have thin j necessaryfor hair But this does hair AyEjtyou mayrely I upontr healthyand it grow thick andJlong It cures dan druff also It always restores color to gray halrIall the dark rich color of early life There is no longer need of your looking old be your time 1 IOO bottle All drug Slit reatoringcolortoVigor hat DO equal It hai always given me perfect Mtl f ftlon rerr war fnADar8FHL- Aug 18 1888 JUmmond poitNY Writ th Doctor TbahairIt you do not obtain alt the buefJ + ibigo j A IIJCTUKU f- RJr t hifl r ftI1 ldUthlaeek nit bfisinteS W GKelley and W JRowe visit ed in Leltchfield last Sunday cNrKOros Williams of Hartford was in town this week Mrs Ida Martin is in Central City for a two weeks visit Mr Robt Funds and family visit edilrJake West ei field at Morton last Sunday Messrs David Francis and Atvis Hankof Central City visited friends and relatives in Render teat Sunday Mr Richard Francis of Central City was in town last Saturday on businessRev of Brevler will fill his regular appointment here next Sunday Dr l1D Innes is able to be out again Render bursa band will give a con jccrt at this place next Saturday Hv erybody invited Mr E F Rowe is on the sick list Mr W S Harney of Central City purchasing agent for the C Ci1Co was in town this week Mr R Ei Millard got his foot bad ymashtd in Williams Mines HORSR FLY Iv flow Is This 1 We ofler One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh thatcan qofjtt cured by HaWs Catarrh Cure FkJ Cheney Co Props Toledo Ohio tWe the undersigned have known yeareaudbelieve business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm West Tau Vbdlesale Druggists Toledo O Walding Kinnan Marvitf Whole sileDrngglsts Toledo 04Halls Catarrh Cure is takeb in ternally acting directly upon I the blood and mucous surfaces ol the kys tern Prier 7SC pet bottle Soldby alldrnggists Testimonials licec Halls Family Pills are tbe best Shamrocks Thirty Days in Stockholm When the shadows oi night gather without the male population gather within the Eagle saloon and here Stockholm Is seen at its best Ninety pound Crook Wood who married was tbe father of two children not twins left a widower and killed a man all before he was eighteen years old Is the smallest and Bob Gore six leet lour and two hundred and sixty oounds and whom I saw deliberately strike a match and light his pipe while on his way to extinguish a fire inthe roof of his own bouse is the Mtget ot these nightly visitors to the Bugle saloon A good natured German named Shnlts who had seen much of the worldbut who seemed to- pe in his element among these moun lain people is chief counsel at the tfagle bar What Shults says gots A few nights after my arrival in Stockholm tbe news was brought to the Eagle Bar Counsel that Ike Stork i village loafer bad professed religion tit tevlval meeting in an adjoining neighborhood In lour sorts ol Eng ugh seasoned with a touch of German profanity Shults ordered one of the toys to get a rope with which to bang he luckless new convert while his salvation was azure and generously attended me an nvitation to witness the execution Out of mans love Fir man I entreated the ancient and van erable counsel of the Eagle bar in pare Ikes life 4f you only knew stranger remonstrated Shults in his hybrid language impossible of repro luction here what an elegant liar end accomplished cuss lice is and how tupossible it is lor him to be one tiling for twenty four hours ate time ill would help us to land him while toe tope is ready I thought I saw an opportunity help Ike and at the sanii time make a- Loud itupieislonon the ungodly C9un eel ol the Eagle bprI mounted an empty whlsby casK and drew Ja rosy picture ol lke iDfluenceibvertbe un g Intbe event he stuck and Warned them against destroying a1 man who might be pregnant with good examples fr future generations and concluded by expressing my1 nn shaken confidence in Ikes Intention to stick When 1 had done Shults agreed to lengthen the span of Ikes life as I would become responsiblefor his sticking No bond being required oftoe I readily agreed to do so to save the poor lellowahle Burr dId not low the unseatcbable ways of the iiagfeBar Counsel When I came uptown the following Saturday afternoon Ike was howling drunk and swearing like a cowboy I turned Into ar alley and hurried on to the Eiglelun just alter dark my host came up to my room with rather a discouraging intelligence that Shults was haranging tom a good box down at Sim s store l the members of the Eagle Br Counsel preparatory to awingingne on Bccourit ol Ikes falling Irons grace What advice can you give md I isked of my landlord eagerly replyButex pqstulitedYuuve got about fifteen mlnutts to fixlnr j lined my landlord carp esslyl altjutsaid I If the swinging act- Igto bV done dont you think Ike ought tq furnish the neck since f- tatvelf him the other night fiq4t knaV you might fee him bouvthVisdiiwnatthebar t Send him up at once I com Man3edr tiIke came up tend staggered i the himIlq Wie 6ldest and Best- S I r S S Is a combination of roots and herbs of great powers c oJcttc1Iesof poisons from the blood without J cOnclorhut an excellent tonic and strengthens 41 up the constitution white purging the blood of impuri tbloodRheumatism Chronic Sores and Ulcers Eczema psoriasis Salt Rheum Herpes and similar trou lcSJ cnntldoteContagious Blood PoisoncA record of Jsuccessful cures is a record to be proud cof 8 S S is more popular today J cthepondencc is than ever in thichistory the medicine Many to thank us for the great good S S S bas done them while others ore seek lug advice about their cases All letters receive prompt and careful attention Our physicians have made lifelong studyof Blood and Skin Diseases and better understandsuch case than the ordinary makes a specialty of no one diseaseJ are doing great to suffering SSSWe through e consulting de you to write us if you have Jor skin trouble We make no chargec whatever for this service THE swirl SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA OA J 1howhim since be had no wile to widow and nochiltlren J jasoft ofa newspaper man Id write a Jwhole column for the Gazette telling how the noblest man in Stockholm 1generously died lor his friend I sit Jpale and breatless waiting for Ike to 1speak but sat there dumb at a wooden JIndian Ever thing below was 1 commotion for a dczen counsellors were hunting high and low for me c I Maid Shuts footsteps on the stair way JSpeak wretch I thundered in the ear of the stupored Ike will you see n friend wino saved your life hang c ed like a dug without saying a word to him JSay stranger Ike finally drawled out il you are tbat durned clunch 4- lU IWhatf fnutJ boom a week and nut learned how the spreeFor I that passed over tbe Eigle bar were C lnid for by one man and Ike was the manIn my next letter I shall hitorylze C uiunnUin mootuhininK as told In me by Uncle Lias whodevoUd sixteen years to moopsbint and niatshAlls- SHAMROCK r ai Watch i7 1 T This Space Next Week i Wd hhve just returned from tho Enst whore wo purchased oTlnrgonnd complete S1SHIT stc 4 DRY GOODS NOTfoNS CLOTH T ING HATS SHOES MATTINGS And every thinS else you need in our line 3 i WE WILL HAVE OUR SAME MILLINER THIS YEAR rSoyou are assured nnof UPTODATE + HAT + WE ARE RECEIVING F NEW GOODS DAILY i f e And will continuo 16 J do so throughout 4theseason J t i 11 1othis season nnd give you nn elegant piece of lutudsonio China FREE with your purchases as well ns the elegatjt Pictures 1 that have pleased so many Joplohoro toforo- ii Trusting you will call and see four Spring Goods I am Yours very truly RTCollins Hartford 4 Jf oJ44r4 s I j Theres Health inI Strong nerves They aro the fountata from which flows nil the energy all tho strength and all the vitalpowers of the body Strong nerves overcome tho weak nesses and disorders of tho system and give to the step a springiness to tho oyo a brightness and to tho mind a clearness that thoycan got from no other source If you are tired and nervous irritable restless rundown and aloopless build up your wornout norve3 with I was so weak from nervous paoatr tion and stomach trouble that I co d not sloop could take no nourishment but gruel and wasted in flesh vntll I became almost a skeleton I had tried fc + many different romodiea without Dotting f help and was greatly discouraged when 1 heard of Dr Miles Nervine 1 bentaki- og It and continued until I had usedsirs bottles The result was I got mytj th MRS Of B MARKIUM Trufant1tlcb Dr Miles NervifceIt Is r bralnood and norverestorer without nn equal and it nourlA1i fortllfea a rtlehio Jboth body and mind as nothing else canNow ia the time tabegut ISold ty all rfroggists on a guarantee Ik Kite MO bfCi Efl ptfi r DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Punips an GUARANTEED 1 THE BESTTL t l IHay UiiloTies Coilwire Grate Burs Pipe Fittings Engine arid Boiler Tn min to Gl it11 o 1 11 t J V MoHenry Mf g fi WCacli Co i j t i J V McHourY1 KL1i I I 1 a r 1 Me Down Your Dictionary Ahd BCO wbttft yol5tcr calls a BargaiuJ4Q says its a gain T I fuj mid satisfactory transaction AccordiiJK to that our on y BargainsfTho SPECIAT RGAINS wo want tocall yourfattontion to v foiHho next U fi B are in our i Vjgf 1 4 J jSt1p1e Departments j i 1 rjjf sc r Ydrd wi le Bleachju jjfe sc I t Extra welyht yafgnlle Bleach 8c- MAsonvlllei and Fruit ol Loom Bleach only I to I ten yards to a customer 91 ir Ir Good 36lnch Domestic worth 6c only SCI jir0 4jBeat Plaid Shirtings j clBest Heavy Chlviots jtfc 4 IHeavy fled Ticking will hold feathers 130 f Lighter grade Bed Ticking 1 l iocj I Good dark ten cent OatImno4 t 8c Alt ten cent dark 8c- J4 lnch TnrVey Red Table Linen ISj5M Table Oil Cloth + JJ itt r Pillow Cue Lluen 4otlnpbeswde f T JJfSOji Good 104 Sheeting S aoc 1Iyouc SnFlCMfuSil Wo givoyou tlgrp4caa21thatiQwe5t priecfl J 1 f5 1 I 1 4 I 4 Final Reductions v Ji J rJil I R a I onallWinterlWfh1 Oast your eye over tho articles mentioned below and eeo if you could not afford to buy a fowand lay them 1SleIA nico 1100 Jacket for OIJp a r Pine Beaver Jackot8brown and1laeksold for 750iiow5f G odwol4inMnid iice1ybdIdd Plush Capo that sold for 4oo nqw 298 A fow childrens Jackets that 3lSliIfr3QP yoxi can buy for 2 YJIA0 idOOD i J- iadicif I y4fjocliod ThbbcVct gulUrv30cgo6dsnow 20c Childrens Vests lOc to 25c JVCH J Good Blankets rcgular75eont qujility 50gt size Blankets gray and white sold forl F Yll1I1nrlle i6 V iWallVdol 3CO Blankets hovf275 Special prices on all artic1cof winter wear Como in see tha gop and get our prices Be sure that you see these Bargains They are given I only at the great Bargain House ofma Hartford Republican i FRIDAY MARCH w i- IIIll =ce tral RallliO fITJme Tablej ic M4ti 8f tlM at f aooINo 132 oIot 1 1ft pi No Sll du tM p m NollI oIaeAOtf p in o1 0111 h- tT i I 6 f o941fL4sin No Its 014 p in 1 3 LUV3m11USAKn- UII h JI I r I1iDIIW W 1 I fIc tria I Wnniktbnnr 1111tf Asarnndlditif lulato in tbfrnrawil MMbtnUI I JJt ictlnk I t y lsrnthorttItoftIDOnnJ13inWMiurilfl I A mndW U for UuthtVtt la UII CrcmwrU MImtdiI JM1rktjuljii1qthJtCIOnlr Qr It- JotI bll 1 4 rttI 1 i M 7jtfjIUtf ij us Wednesday 1rJJIOensboro called to lee us Wednesday 1 Mr Arch Lewis Ensor visited his thJweekf- en + I IneliMtj 4 Is to be a party to a wedding iooiit Who wonder J- V41 get you high grade lertilizer aid field seetr8 from Pi L D c Saudflur ar island ad Tayot April 10 editS leVjt Prthe hu49 P JDSM4DE9VCR- 4gents tited to io eah town to J1ade scotte1nha1er Best iellerAuchess c b9 31 et919w kthYMICI Yr rQ AzMatiock tet 4 5O2 bat Ih ltjeiobiiork u f lt Q In Qirtord iutheet I i l I if1ni rJAre prpafl Na tures laxatives white gentle are reiiable 4 9efficiunt They Thuscth UVer Cure Sick Headache Bil ooraiand CostiSitiOntSOd cvcyyv13c15cPcr box irt fiSeedStsOnionsandFuIl Line GROCEIxIES AtCARSQNBROSJrA Jt i the sick list Mr II Prnden Curdsville Ky 1- 5atteadne court 4 Iritis flour you wantj goto Job R Phlpps arid let It J Ppun ljot fxuiered Popcorn s- ottctt a the Sloetr Office r I i1 Hot Pi pcfo acd Peannts constant to lyon bad R thejSinBer Office In ed If you want hardware the place toit Cndlt laatjohn R Philips badeHclousbnttcred popco- rnthe9jer Office Sonlce- w Vehavedeu WjH Q98i1C WwJward Center T- taIruujivis1ditg Mia EffiiRender pUfjrja know that Gross William llatC R aIqMthjn ron 500 U p obn Rs fcasv everything kopti1attclasa hardware f store f 1 t Just 10 dczen Ladles Kid GlovestI 75 cents Theieirrftheft CARSON Co T l T j Mil Lout TwVddell family have poved Into their new residence near the college rVeave just opened up thefi est line 61 Goods that was ever 11 Nuirt C4RsoN Co opaVe1vFjmt Qsorl niit of Percal Glii and rner JeLieainghsu2 M jirpsa Williams has recently jiurchesed a new popcpY and peanut toaite Its a birdthai delights allc rik= ioys tIIulalarjtntfhc first of the week In JftEeijrjJcourity visiting iulends and s f 1 Jr3n t t if JuVg wan or lady iiaVheni Nortbai Cotlege at b JII 1 t cheap Call a iCx tpiikischular hip and go to schook Is tRevlectnied at the IJiupiaCchurch5undayt evening on He a o town looking after the in terests ol the Western Recordet Ve are informed that Mr S M Wilson has contracted with Mr R MI Hooper verbally for life Echols school for this year EchoUlaa good school and Mr Wilson baa our con gratnlatiooa win in A miH- Butoni Plutir It aIas Mutir thIWetrenal They wire IS itable II gold I thelJ yesriLiiSa synonym for honuty It wu currant all OTar the PorousPlasterremedy To tay it la a good doeI tlt4eJtpoas1blpl4afMFor usedalmostBansona Piaster qoicily rU TM au Ifaeithlumbagokidney cur1Capetownplatters haT fldne of the curative Muee of Beneona More than 6000 phrelcUn and druggists bar commended Beaton1 publJo1llA1eomJlllrltlT teat wIth other plasters Ben GIMTIfSBewareFor sale by all druggIsts or we will pre thet1lBaabuiy A Johnson Mig OhematJIBL The tremendous Bister drain may exhaust jnit the style you wut9rdernow the man who orders early fat ure to receive what he wants MILLER STEVENS andaOnIiWtouIhave been spending the wlnte with her sister Mrs Geo KleinBIck nell Indwill return home Sunday Mr Ira RigUnd who came home from the Philippines greatly dIsabled in health on account ot exposure Ii confined tahia room chronic dial thoe a his trouble Mr Kills Bennett near Helm has case of smallpox supposed to have been contracted at Owensboro Its a very mild cue and it Is hoped that It will end where It Isaow without further disturbing the community All persons having claims agalns R W Blankenshlpa estate will file same with me at Beaver Dam Ky on or before My I 1901 and have them properly proven JJ18 W R CHINK Admr Wittier the little boy baby of Mr and Mrs R B Rogers near Cromwell was severely scalded by overturning a tea kettle of boiling water list Sunday evening The burns were very painful but not dangerous COAL We situ to keep out a good upply oi coal at the old Ulijah Miller hank Will also deliver coal on shout otice Hotsefeed provisions and- erchandise taken in exchange also farm good wagon a hone and disc harrow very cheap Foatoffice Hart ford E M MILLER Last Tbusday night Mr Elmer Tinsleys residence ne r town with all its contents were consumed by fire About midnight the family awoke to nd the root of their home in flames nd almost foiling in They escaped with their lives to witness the flames consume their home The fire caught from a defective flue ana in such head WilY when dlTeredthlt the iamtly were forced to flee In their night clothing The college base bill team engaged the town boys In a strongly contested Kame last Saturday at the fair grouda and after a heated campaign the town boys fell beneath the victorious com battants embalmed in defeat Were assured that the contest for su premacy of the field will be renewed morrow wltl1lult hope of victory the bosom of the recent vanquish Boy fight it oat on these lines it takes all summer t Mr C I Ashby of the Waltons Creek community numbers himself ith the unfortunate by reason of his residence with ill Its fixtures being consumed by fire one day last week he family badbeen absent from the house sometime on a remote part of the farm at woukwhen they dlscoy ercd that their bome was in flames Carrying no insurance the entire building and contents were a complete loss amounting to 500 or 600 Miss Sallle Cat and Mr W Mayo of frashville were mar ed at Henderson Wednesday Miss Sallle has many friends In Hartford who extend best wishes for a life oi happiness such as she richly deserves She is accomplished and cultured and one of Kentuckys charming jewels Her husband holds a vtfry responsible position with the L N R R Coat Nashville AIetb1odliltAtchtson was a literary gem t was one of the most interesting lectures ever delivered In Hartford Prom the tldlculous the lecturer would arry his auditors to the sublime and vice versa while he wedged in be- ween jokes soine very excellent arguments The manner in which he handled Adam and Ills Children was very Agreeable to those who were present The houfc should have been packed Such literary gems are In spiring to the young Runaway Accident James R Asnby a farmer living wo niiles north ol Rocbpott this ountywas severely Irjured by a- eamot runaway horses The horses were being hitched to a fertilizer drill when they became frightened at the noise made by the wind They plunged forward dragging the heavy over Mr Ashby and a daughter who were standing near Bothwill recover Mr Ashby is one of Ohio countys most prosperous and highly respected citizensV CLOVERPORT FIRE A Prosperous Little City Razed toI the Ground by the RayaV geous Flames The fire tbat visited Cloverport last week practically destroyed one ol the most prosperous lltttle cities in Kentucky The entire business portion of the town was destroyed HAve om or two buildings The lots U etk mated to be 400000 or 500000 A bout onehalf of the loss was covered by InsuranceVAmong the great losses to Clover port and Breckenride county was the complete destruction of the Brtcken rMge News plant one of the best equipped local nespapers In Kentucky Besides a total destrnctionto the bus Incas part of the town fifty five real deuces ted the maddened flames and as a result many people are homeless The fire was caused by the bursting of a natural gas pipe and as a strong gale was blowing the flumes soon be came luncontrolable and the bucket brigade was perfectly powerless The flames continued to spread until they consumed all that wasin their wake Court Notes Comth vs B B Collins charged with the illicit traffic in liquors ever dict of jury guiltyfined 100 Cumth va BB Collins charged with the illicit traffic in liquor verdict of jnry guilty fined 175 Comth vs B Bi Collins charged with the illicit traffic in liquors ver dict ofjury gt ilty fined 125 Comth sD B Collins charged with the illicit traffic in liquors ver dict of jry gnlltv fined rooV Comth vs Br Bi Collins charged with the illicit traffic in liquor ver diet ol jury gallty fined 200 Comth vs B B Collins charged with the illicit traffic in liquors dis missed on motion of Cdmmonwealthe Attorney Comth vs Wm AuUmire charged with selling liquor pleaded guilty and was fined 100 by the court Comth vs Wm Aultmlre charged with selling liquor on motion ol Common weatha Attorney casescon tinned Remainder of Commonwealths cases continued and the civil docket- counwencedMonday however little work was done In the civil suit in which J RI Klncheloc c sued C K Reneer orI an alleged assault which was mainly Inspired thoruyh politicalanimus jurys very verdict in firof Reneer All idiots committees are required to execute bond before they will be allowed to draw their pay from the State as such committee In the case of Ed TilforJ vs Tom Tutum in which Tilford sued for dam ages the jury found for plaintiff in the sum of 200 Tom Murphy and Richard Tobin were tried lor burnings house and given three months sentence in jdlI 16x20 Fine Portrait 198 If you need any first class artist work send Chas Sturgeon Hartford Ky a tintype or photogrtpfi and ft 98 mid he will make and send you a fine 16220 lifesize Crayon portrait Satisfaction guaranteed 3Jtf 1 This Will Interest You To quickly introduce the famous blood purifier B B B Datanlc Blood Balm Into new homes we will give away 10000 treatment B HAt will positively cure all blood and skin troubles ulcers scrofula ezcema eat- Ing sores itching bnmots swellings pimple bolls carbuncles bonepains rheumatism catarrh blood Jilson fleeting throat or bones mucous patches cancer swellings persistent pimple or wart BDB makes the bloodpure and rich heals every sore or eruption and stopsall aebeand pains Druggists Sr Porrttiatm- ent address Blood Balm Co titIan taGl Describe trouble and free medical advice given until cured BBB cures old deepseated caste that retnseto hel under patent medicines or doctors treatment B B BV com posed of botanic drugs and Is the finest In the worldOf m Two Towns Burned MadUonviHe was visited by a very destructive fire Tuesday and jnauy ol the best buildings of the town des Btroyed Theloaa is eatimatedf be j 575000 A strong gqle was blowing which fanned the flames Wt6uqadnes and became unmanageable by the bucket brigade i Memphis Ind was also visited Monday by another destructive fire The loss Is estimated at 100000 Memphis was a town of about 1000 Inhabitants LUELLA TE- XMarchDear Old REPUBLICAN Perhaps yon save not beArd from the LoneStar State for some time pud if you wllrlIow me a little space in your paper I will write a few llnesas I always loved to read the Hartford REPOBUCAN We landed In Sher man Tex the 23rd da7of January and did not like that place so we just came 7 miles Southeast ol Sher man and settled down In the little town ol Luella on the Cotton Belt li Santale Railroad I like Texas alt rlgbtIt is a fine old State People are through sowing1 ohta and fixing to plant corn and cottbhjZti said there will be a big cotton crop raised In Texas this year and big money for cotton choppers and cotton plcklag will be no small job Woman and caildreu can make ftomhz joCb fioo per day picking cotton Every thlllg Is a little higher here than it is In Kentucky but one man coin make more on a farm than three men can In K ntucky V B B Beaver Dam Gross Williams Hot Peanuts on sale at Taylor Hunts Pine Try theml r Buford Burned Up Mnniloy night the little town of Bu ford wia almost entirely dett toyed by fire One store house and stock ol goods owued by the Cook Bros a large tobacco barn containing 125001 pounds of tobacco owned by Jewel Hoover and two other buildings of less importance were consumed by the flames and the postoffice The tobacco that was in the bun warf insured for zoo which war about half Its value no insurance was carried on the other property It is thought that the fire started from the flue in Cook Bros store but it is not definitely known It is rumored that Cook Bros had 800 Insurance r Marriages Mr Illord B Morris Cromwell to jjss Myrtle Brown Cromwell Date marriage March 17 Mr Wed Staples Fordsville to Was Mary Cravens Ford ville Date of marriage March 16 Mr E James Pleasant Rrldge to MlM Annie Petty Hattford Date of marriage March 20 Mr O P Miller Tarylor Mines td Mts Glen BSimmons Tyl rMines Date ol marriage March 20 Easter is Corningl pat allow yourself to overlook the fact that you will need a yew suit to go with the new hat your wife o weetheart will wear MILLER STEVENS A Very Sad Affair Last Monday evening the citizens of the Sulphur Springs vicinity were greatly pained to learn that a trouble which had been brewing for some time In the community had resulted in the loss of one of their neighbors lives hCapi Davis shot and instantly killed Joe Miller late Mpndayevenlng near Millers house Davis and his brother in law J G Daflion were to gether when the trouble arose Mr Miller was about fifty years old The trouble was over a family matter Both families are Jilghly respected and the sad affair has cast quite a pall over the entire community Davis came to town Tuesday morn lug and gaye himself up and jls being guarded by Marshal C B Morrison Ills examining trial is set lor 9 a m today Have you a cough A dose ol Ballmis Horehound Syrup will re U ve it Price 25 cents and 50 cents Jll WJlHams m Succeeds Griggs Washington March2oIlls understood on high authority that the President has decided to appoint Mr P C Knox oi Fittsbnrg t6 fill the vacancy in his Cabinet that will bf caused by the retirement oi Attorney General Griggs on April r Humors of all kinds are prolific ol worse troublts They may b entirely expelled by a thorough course ol Hoods Sarsaparilla SMALLHOUSE KY Mr Chas Overton who has been visiting relatives in Brecklnrldge county returned home Sunday Htr George Duncan has moved into outcommnnlty Ifr Orland Cops baby is very sick 4Rachel Calloway Ifvisiting relat ea at this place MY Henry Cummings of Rock ports the gcest ol Mr Alva Cal lowly last Saturday and Hr Frank Allen and family will move to Centertown the firstbf April Storm Theeu known Render Jack owner byi tM Allen wilt stand at CeuW olA1ml348LI BAuaUYoar Bawcu with eaNtfc foreverlOc15cJ L1MCHENRyKy2Io1r r who has iicen confimIedto his room Is ab- lto4ii1 ekainVIoJd H Ijona Bjpwn ijo has been ope10rboimpeayer Dam the 21st J Willie Hope of Morgantown who Kas been visiting his brother Mn Joel Hope for the past week re turnedto his home the 18th Miss Birdie Woodward who has beeP sck is able to be out again They contemplate having a spring school at Independence this year OU BGRT NotIce to the Public I this day set my son Blue Allen tree to sue and be sued and to trans act hfs own business I will not be responsible for any ot his acts or deeds P M AIABN KIIjboulongtime Shesajs I have tried many preparations but none have doneme the good that Chamberlains Stomfch and Liver Tablets hve1t These Tablets sic for sale atZ Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Price 25- CML Sample free m H wAr Yur XMacyi t Dr nsrsznsPuItaeuina1I kWaciWai- ItNe A44b4u1th 54m14 OuVItoacQ or K a r IIA little Spark Mayt Make Much Work The litlte sparks of bAd blood furling n the system should te quenchti fIJith Hoods SusApvil Americas real Stood purifier It porlfksvifatizesand enriches thetfoodofbothsezestndatttges Cures scrofulA sIt rheum dyspepslt CAtArrh c1Xd4Sa4aPt2it4 E IjrJI STRONG APPEAL Its an OfficeSeeking Horde ol Politicians Against theoPeo pie Says Mr Martin EDITOR REPUBLICAN- I I shall be greatly indebted to you ii you will allow me a small amount ot your space this week as I desire tc urge my friends to put on the harnes for the struggle just bifOreus The platform adopted by the Ohio county Democracy at their Mass Convention pitches the campaign on the same plane ai of last year and the rematk able campaign oC 99 Their endorsing the wise conser vatism and to the peoples interest administration of Master Crippg puts the question tairly before the people It Is an office seeking horde oi politi clans against the people and upon this line our battle must be fought our Ictorywon Our men before the people are good active energetic and capable gentle men deserving the positions they ask and I am quite sure they are in every respect the equal and in many the superiors ot the oppositions ticket I am certain they are willing to trust their cause to the will ol the majority while the other side cannot truthfully say this and stand on their platform Should they assert this then an explanation of their approval ot the contest will be necessary The insulting and insinuating re marks of one of the speakers at the Mass Convention that the money and brains cf Ohio county were in the Democratic party should fill every Republicans heart with the determl nation to win at all bazzards Repub licans sttnd pat and we will bury their brains and money and their Goebellsm lorever in Ohio county politics Very truly yours R B MARTIN Cromwell Ky Mar 19 1931 Nervousness and Nerve The mote nervous a man is the less nerve he has That sounds paradoxi albut it Isnt lornerve is stamina Hoods Sarsapaiitla gives nerve It tones the whole sj stem perfects dl eition and assimilation and is there fore the best mediclce a neroua person an take If you get tired easily mentilly or physically take ItIt will do you good A rich lady cured of her deefnset and noises in the hea4 by Dr Nichol ions Artificial Ear Drums gave fto ooo to his Institute so that deaf peon pie unable to procure the ET Drums may have them lice Address No 4483 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue New York Black Diamond Will stand at my stable near Small house the present season of 1931 and will setve mares at 6 oo to insure a nare with foal Money due when facts are ascertained or mare trans lerred Black Diamond Is J4tf hand high a beautiful black with mealy paints four years oldaad ownel bj tI M Allen Smallhouse Ky 35- tfRheumatism1 Nobody knows all about ti ind nothing now known will ahvays cure it Doctors t1 Scotts Emul Jr iou of Cod Liver Oil vhci tliey think it is caused Iifl perfect digestion of food n Vou can dohc same I Ifmay oi inay riot bccauscd by the failure of stornachSand bowels to do their work If it is you will cure it ifnot you will do no harm The way to cure a disease I fs to stop its cause and help the body get back to its habit of healthV When Scotts Emulsion of God Liver Oil does that it cures when it dont it dont cure It never docs harm JZ The genuine has this picture on it take no otherb I If you have not tried it send for free sample its agreeable i taste will surprise 1 you l SCOTT 5 BO yI409 Pearl St N V SOC and 100 all druggists VI r A ReceptionV An Opening t2 A HouseWarming t2 An Open House i I- Wo dQnt pare what you call it but on March 30t7S IDOl wo wouldlike to havo every man woman and child who can possibly got to our store to fa fe vor us with a visit We shall have only one thought 2 for this day and that will bo how to welcome and T best tiitertaiiiour Friends Went going to Hold High Carnival In the way pfsort of General Reception and Spring 1i iOpenrng VO have in our hand and heart n Cr dialroJcoU JYe have prepared iiiiiuo enter v taininctit lhr our cAllera and wo asuro q htJlUttL 7S thp visit will repay you in many wJyafor time 9pentijijmaking it There will bewell c- 4Ia cpinerand see aliflbout yourself Jj fluf Spring Stock tt8 now in aid j- etttl4ispJnyt ofExcellcn Lad jes tLnnd Childrens dress coods has never been in Hart cr- 7S ford Our stock otpring Clothing Ilats and iIs 4shavewear and all kindyojrJJaWrdWhery J1Oll bp describedby worlEleilliant but dome ijnd a see for jursCjlf Wo t if tiTtertuining frie1Id s Our whole store vil1 be in cifresh attire We will mako you foci glad thatyou 4I4March 30 190L Come to our Spring Opening r Come 11111 bring your friCIl1S and mnke yotirte1fat ihomo Stay all day stay a part of the daystays 5an hour or ten minutesbut bo sure to come for O I we shall bo pleased if you do and feel sorry if 9U don t Hr r CARSON CO 27S InII1 Most knows = somethingabout 1 1 SOldVirginia Clieroots S as 300000000 of them are being s Smoked this year Ask anybody about 1 themif you have never them 10 = have made their own reputation and their own place Jnthecigar wholly on t i merits Three gqbdstiokcs for five III I cents antino waste = e Ttrie chI1c1redmttll Old llIaa GHeroots smoked thIS Je II Year Ask youwn deafer Pnce3for 5 iuaIeI DISIf 4 v The Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Cou- Lcf0ItrO1UTED Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana MinsUsIpj and connected by Its Long Distance llde with all principal points in thirty five States and Territories is establishing in exchange in Hartford BeavcrDauf- Rende L McIIenry Centertown and surrounding lntryi They wish to make thelrservlce as comprehensive and valuable eposaiL ble and make a specialty ot furnishing service to parties living in the country within ajeasonable distance of the exchange VV t Rites and other Information may be obtained at the exchalls over Will lams Drug Store Hartford Ky FRANK PIERCEManager r The resnft of an over indulgence In dlwlthOlta centiVAj H Willlama in- JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HAHTFOItD KY SrwcUUtttliUon idrit to tollMtofii tnailnK aUtruti Sn aIo Nptary ItQr Vilio roan ty OEm north rtilapabUe aqvurr I ATTENTION Remember that your hosts Till bavethe beat atteution at ray stable Uobd Rigga andl Buggies at all hours I hove the best in the world the 0uin Bear Fertilizer Your patronage is earnestly solicited Kt pj John GKeown riAKTFORD 4 7 ouijRiYBf Teeihope Comaaj IJCOBrOMTID 7 Talk being cheap andnecessary you should patronize folks Where you can your own plfones and buildyour own lines al 116 in talking distance with time whole andbusiness points generallybyonly Rougbn I they will bo lit the tvholo expensc if ousay Call on A E Pate Hartford Ky for particulars Ye connect with all Impendent Companies sEEDSae2 Wood StuhhsUfj Prpduce Paying Cropi and r1 the mOlt atIifmCtor remulj Our Stock ra till hot and the largest auortment of Stud1 the CentraiWeit YrtUM Field Oral Flowtr and Lawn arvi SccdJ I Seed PoUtM Oem se5ee4 Ortia and aU b but FortKC cnpi atw04ett prle Our New Catalojuftjs a Dandy It Ett d with tuformitloa you need about dea looaow l ocuUlrt Urillcrora Bctl4nltGDatlntTluble articles chwrillenj fC uthorlttt oit each on Market Or cnlnr Crop Itrtllb DlKuet ma K PiWH provided you mtntlon this Paper tWOOD STUBBS CO J XSEEDSMEN LOUIIVIUI KY I fl The Kind Yon Havo Always Bought and which has I ccu in use for over 00 years has borne the nlKimtnro of sad has been mado under Ills per J sonal supervision slnco Its Infunt3 Allow no pno to deceive yon In tills All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgootl arc but Experiments that trlflo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costorln In n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare jerky Drops anti Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears tho Signature of I 9The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TN CTON COeeOT TT001101etT new 1004 CIT 1m-p n I SAVE TARTIN I f YOUR TAGS Ift + Star tin tags showing small stare printed on under side of W tlgII Horeo BhoPU TIOood Luck Cross Bow and Y Drummond Natural Leaf Tin Tags are of equal value In socur fM Ins presents mentioned below and may bo assorted Every man i- fr woman and child can find something on tho list that they would Hto to have and can havo F Ef- t Ilf 1TAUOrxolfeonebladetoodsteel r tJSSeUoralffineheir r- lro CIA r KllIleloan lIpooll aCTuptlilttCbbU4eiueW quid m 4renlu5BttarWood rips + trend fir9 FnjIliU iiijTm f b to II NIIHaaxmrtwoblde = rnuctcber Knf ila H 1 Nut bladoKt Clacker sid tl sneer m TtI7 u1 Ieoume no1tn Teupoone list f 10 n tipstersoctteroe1WtadhrrIure hsolaCpoooe t p 154 o I ten yd toM x70 I tl Bll rrnKBlTn adF lklDticklioni 1fICyI1 nReollvearawmtlc tcUun M rTool pUf hut rJeOJ 17 tip I 1ltedtnm tfl IfItI S11 pot tldditt-tacmput lnl3- I URerolrer Coltl JiuJllptr tlulI nCattarIWsbbmroa UmdeCopkltba2p6dr I ta Undolln Ttrr f AMI M raamgeitrminItton r- o ebolGeumorllgnu0 t7 1Itbtmmrdee rnemileu31 b 1 7 Dsdm u m y ABOVE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30tH ISUO CV1IKK 1S3HSII that a dimes worth of 4 STAR PLUG TOBACCOrwill tart lancer and afford more plraiare thou a dtmuo worth ofnry oiberbrnuddiSid to COX TINBN TAIj ACCOCO St LCJIsIJI FIELD s SON= = = = rrcrr==TOre TRANSFER LINEC==WJT CA=====I 1J =JAVJ= JA- uBAJt TFOED Y-u A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN run MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED A BOONriQ MANK1NDIjr ftC Da3SfiJ73rPW DR TM LERS BUCKEYE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F Sole Pro rlstor 310 North Mali Street ST LOUIS MO MMnrrwnn vuwnrwewe1-WHITES CREAM ilMtlaQaanlllr BwtloQualllr For 20 Years Hlid all Worm Remote i GSS- OOXiD 331T VXiXi 3DZtCrCVOXC9VS Prepsred by JAMES F BALLARD St LoutswLeIVy1LM MA LwMNVY- MIEDZ O ciIt10 buolutely BertunaryCATIONto the young mull oryounn woman who win HOCCOM Tbln twin COo- edteJ It U ut flat luiportanc to gel your trnlnlUK at the iwhool thnt In the eery host rank She rYOpt 8 tralton Easiness College Ir = VJ c 1rC2 Gradi4A IrroHlIIIHTIIUWeooooofoos dude as- K eR New Smith Premiers Nos mi The No6 takes paper 18J4 Inches wide writes lines 10 Inches long TII N u I Iu I nuIe a takes paper 11 Inches These new machines In essential mechanical principles are the same as Models Nos 2 3 and 4un equaled Write IOf Printed Mtlisr Free I Smi1lt enner1 PhTn UaCO douue 111mtulncs n piMUIn wodI Iiiotoudnou Ivy S1 THE tap TOM W BillARD wnnll inure tamli 5 6 and 412 Walnut etroot Cincinnati Ohio 1 i r a A 11 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 22 PLAYED HIS LAST GAME lit Was Deaths Play and the Last Move Was Nev er Made One n inters day a patent arm gate man arrived in Thomasville and almost the first man hu ran acioss was Uncle Brill as everybody called him Uncle Bill was the ctnhipion checker player ol that country and he had downedevery man stranger or clti zen who came along There was something about this stronger which made Unce lltill suspect that he was a good player So he coned his hat and said I begs your pardon but mtbbe you play a game ol checkers now and thin to pass away the Unit Mebbe I du when I kin find anybody an knows the noble game re plied the stranger Didnt you ever hear ol Uncle Brill of this town I No1 never did is he a jumper or what His best holt is checkers Mr He hasnt lost a game in the last twenty years Mtbje you might he the critter yourself quired the stranger as he looks the old man over Mebbe I ar Yes sub thats my flume though Im not generally al luded to as a critter And you know bow to play check en II reckon I dew Thats good Ive got a week cfl and Im glad to find somebody to amuse me Come to the tavern alter supperWhen Uncle Brill left home that evening he told his wife he might be gone two hours The stranger was waiting for him a lot ot idlers had gathered and the game began atouce Alter two or three moves bad been made each player saw that lie had an old hand to deal with and began to hedge There was no hurry about the playing The stranger lay back in his chair and told abontthe cele brated games he bad played with the celebrated people and Uncle Drill lot lowed suit and whin midnlghtcauie only lour or five moves had been made As the spectators alt departed the man said to Uncle drill Mebbe your wife will be anxious about you and mebbe you want to go home and give this game to me Mebbe I sot down here to sot fur three days if necessary l replied the od man and the game went on The pair were lelt alone in the bart room and at daylight neither of them had a king At 10 oclock in the forenoon the stranger gotthe first one Neither had stopped for breakfast bnt alter each move the stranger would lie back and tell a story which consumed the next hour At noon Uncle Brill got a king but night had come btlore each had a pair The game went tight on through the evening up to midnight right on into another day and both were as watch lul and vigorous as ever At noon word was brought to Uncle Lrill that his cow had died but he would not abandon the game At night he got word that hit o d woman was very sick but he still stuck At midnight when they were lift alone again tht strainger said Old man jcudbtttet give it up and go home Itll be again yourrcp station of course but youll her to make the best of it Ive sot out to set here till l win this game or du 1 was the reply and the game went on An hour alter daylight the first corners found Uncle Brill bending over the checker boa ad with Ins hapd on a king as if irepating fT a move The stranger was leaning buck in hi chair and telling a story of how he once played a game which lasted rev OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes u yourlImpurities In the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall to do 1e their work Pains achesandrheu madam come from ex cess cf uric acid In the neglectedkidneyKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thoughtheyoverworklng In pumping thick kidney I poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin DIIIFIn kidney trouble are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on Its merits tf tfby all druggists In fifty cent and onedollar siz H es You may have a sample bottle by malllIomr srauptimt free also pamphlet telling you to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer It Co Binghamton N Y en itralght days The visitors came and sprke to the old champion but he made no answer Then they laid n hand on his hlUhlr arid found that he was dead Deadalt rjimd tile patent gate man hll 1 ve been wondering lor the last hour why he didnt move his king but there wes no hurry about itno hurry I figured that It i would take three days mote to play the game and I d hev to beat him fjr suie Philadelphia Press Twice Proven Front the Vlnrtlrntnr llulbrtorUon rJ The editor ot the Vindicator has bad the occasion to test the t fficac 101 Chamberlains Pain Balm twice with the most remarkable results in each case First with rhenmatiom in the shoulder Irom which he suffer ed excruciating pain lor ten days which was relieved with two applicn i lions ol Pain B lm rubbing the parts fill cttd and realizing instant benefit nod entire relief in a very short time Fecund in rheumatism iu thigh joint almost prostrating him with severe pain which was relieved by two ap plications rubbing with the liniment on retiring at night and getting up tree from piin For sale by Z Wayne Griffin 8 Urn m Secretary Gages Attitudel In nicking to day of his recent or der imposing a countervailing duty on Russian sugars Secretary Gage said It is not R q1etlnol what the manufacturers desire or think might to be It is not n question if what the tuAnr refiners or our beet sugar raisers desire or think ought to be It Is a question purely of law nod ol act- The Secretary ol the Treasure is sworn to enforce the law not to make law The late decision no to the Ha bllity ot Russian sugar to payet conn tervailing duty is based on the depart ments apprehension of the law and of the facts The board ol general appraisers is a body constituted by Congress es peclallyto hear and judicially deter mine disputed questions ot law and of fact growing out ol the administration- of the customs lax Our own citizens take their grievances there the importers ol Russian sugar may take their grievances there The way is open for the prompt herring and determination of thrjrap peal It marie It tits with ihem tr consentby slltce or to seoKo jijtlC IiI review through the avenue that our laws provide The Secretary has received a number of inquiries in regard to his recent j action and today he sent answers i substantially as follows In reply to your letter relative tot the countervailing duty en Runlani sugar I have to inform you ter it cartful consideration of theeN lects of the Russian law and regula j tlonsupon the price of that commodity rlportsRussia this department has arrived at the conclusion that Russia indirectly pays or bestows a bounty ou the export of sugars within the meaning ol section five ol the act ol July 24 1897 and consequently that it was my duty under the low to proclaim the net amounts ol ruch bounties lor the as sessment ol additional duties which was done by depattment circular Noj roof February 14 1901 It is to be regretted that the Rus sia Minister ol Finance should have I considered this action in the light of a discrimination on our part against f Russian commerce as stated in our 1 recent daily press and have with dawn from our imports into Russia I the privileges of tHe iff of that country to which the UnitI ed States is entitled under the most I favored nation clause in our treaty ot and with Rus sla In 1832IThe allegation rf discrimination nppeari to be unfunded in view of the tact that sugars coming from other IFrancetional duties under section 5 unless the above tttttd conclusion of this department is reversed by com petent tribunal tbeixtmptlnn tl Rns scan sugars Iroui additional duty would tightly be regarded by the other bounty paying countries as a dlsI rumination agltlrst them and In Itvr of Russia It is hoped that upon a proper ptefr rtation ci the matter to the Rua tlan Covert ment by our Department tf State the reputed orlit lId ol the Rnstinn Mini ter of finance will be revoked Ij lutat d by a niemtrol the Brit ith Mirhttv that England w obfut to depart from free trrde principle and that a duty end countfrvniiipg dUly on Cigar will he introduced by the Chancellor ol the Hxclnqner in the loitbccmiip parliamentary budget The measure will meet with fierce op position I ut ills dictated that men action is nrcersnry The tax will not mitusly all ct the Amttlcan product Yu can hr cbniful nfld happy only when you SIt well II yi u feel rut of Pmts tike IKibinir tttct yru upPlkr 5 icenls J H WIIIOI nl r PORTO RICO SATISFIED r Islanders do not Wish Their Tar j Iff System Changed J Senator F MVer lo hxc nctivH A long Ittttr Irom Gwernor Allen 1 I Porto Rico Is highly preened over the result of the first legislative rcnlcn in that island under Anuric n isle It is a ctmplete vtrdiratiun of the measure fur die grvtrnment ol the island that Mr Foiker put through the Senate and it Is also a vindica lion of the much abused titiff law for Porto Rico Under that tiiifT law the Porto Rico Legislative Assembly hud the power to provide fur Irre trade between PI r to Rico nod the United States whir ever it devised a measure to rape tl e tiecrsnsry revenue In tome other wiy than hy tan ff duties The matter aa entirety In the hands ol the peope cf Poito Rico The oholesile InkhnoHs tjld in err tain American ntwalap rs nhnut tIe terrible hardships ol the toxinon the people nl the islands and their great indignation against it are now shown in their true light by the action tl the Path Rico Legislature While it hud the power it never for one moment considered proposition to repeil the tttiff law Some speeches weie nude on the subject and they woe all to the ail ct that the low tarifl imposed purely for revenue purp tlor the benefit or Porto Rico was the best way to raise revenue at the present time Mild the Legislature decided to continue it thus vindicating the action ol Con gress All the evidence coming from PortJ Rico goes to show that it is becoming rapidly pto pftoui and is now in a much better condition than it 11I b en for many years despite the irjitinus eOrcts ol the hurricane G verno Allen says that there never was n time when so many people were erppoyed on the islands Ht good waite as at tae present time and that the general rendition ot the masses was raver letter nor were they ever so coi tent ed as at the present time Senator Fornker feel jretlv delighted over the situationWniug ton ciirrefpoadrncr Phil dephin Press 4 7 H F Hilltiimejcr the I xingtn- nbnurtru m SS the iti t ect for the Wheal ell U this Siilr is 4111 erg but tDCouralrt lie prtdlct A short crop The backward conditi m ij amd to be due to the mild winter g tA Smooth Scamp We notetnet7meolaurexcli4ngeeti are smoothT drummers who are operating Inp their localities A man will drive IIJtoreach of telephone communications represeut himself as a drummer and i Qerlng merchandise at rates astoundingly low The order ia ta tionfachantB alNasalOATARRHC NhQld5tideJdeatueaoothaaodheall to 01Itaway a cold In the head re quickly Cream Balm Ii placed Into the Dottrlla spreads ore the membrane and Ii absorbed IlelUtU Im mediate and a cure foJowi It U oat drying Ooee not produce saeeztg Large Size M cents at Drugli gltti or by mall Trial Size 10 Cent by malL ELY DltOTlIEIlS M Warren Street New York MAKEno my head is on every of LION COFFEE 1 you buy It guarantees its purity No coffee is LION COFFEE unless it is in a I pound sealed packet with the head ofa lion on the front Then you get pure coffeethe grade for the money t t No other package cof fee oes so far or gives such entire satisfaction as ARBUCKLES ROASTED COFFEE Cat only a rent mora than the common kind Qlrti mora and better co0e to the pouud than aDtor lie many lmltationa evu Ih wralrrracbIoD enuu i you to a d par or 1011 ut rul vucU Look rorUi list La sub tD W0 Deptc sins walks into the trapand urns over the smart payment to the noolh scamp wlat ncccprs his view worey and seeks either tuckers his is a very shivml relxfne and its audibility makes it dangerous Let erchants bewrr Harrodsbnrg emOCT1tIA ceedle machine turns out 15 K oO needles in a week To allay pains subdue itfliruma on heal foul ulcers the most salts r ctory results are obtained by using illarda Snow Liniment Price 25I jd 53 cents J H WIIIIAnl m On account tf General Missionary t inference M B Church South at ew Orleans Li April 74 to 31 ketfl will he sold at rate ol one rue r the rouud trip 1800 Tickets 2tgoodlorjturp S B VANMitTKR Agt j ltt OaLSTOX3Zj3L I lara its IUrd Yea Nan Asaft 4ulU- IItm ar 0Cddvt h OnJ lC7 rLS Alean theltditld Ylk IIIIa LtIK Bcqhi BlSpeterohoot kuplt01 r 1 rUt r Tot il nTlee a jiily uluitirearr i Icir take NoTO llKIir oudrr irUir In t toIo weak net itrong All drIIslI sOc orli Care suanp lent llouklot not mip1 fret Address llrrlin 0 ll innlr Co Cliiruo or flaw Yn k BAD BLOODcimAitirrn u mil cUiM tf rr ta- 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