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II ij- c r THE HAETEOBD EEPUBLICAK I Fine Jfcb Wok a Specialty OFFICIAL 088111 OF BrAin Ill HEFOQRTI COHBESIOm OISIRICI Subscription 1 a year I VOL XIII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 26 1901 No 40I u or I rm Ashamed I To ro anywhere with my face in this vrryttut on act I caUimue ter verybeuty eemlng to UorctM tbe dUfigurtnienC Ninety i tteht time to every itasdred eruption l are cured Dr Tierce Golden Medical 1I DucoTtrr and the skin recovers ttl Bial4e bloom toil sonnets Golden MtdlcaJ Discovery Ia tntdldne which ItIntteAlngnew Eruptions blotches piznpleictc corruptbloodcleantes the blood audIO cleantei Uw skin For tot CIIIe mr and a hairmy fscewaa biokn OII 1a1 Mia CatTle AdiiDlloC16 Wnt 1 P 1rrttek Ukh 1hdoc1otaDdfortowaL At lut I tf hYOU idvtitlae nnltt end obtilnt Pr FMrcee Golden Ntdkal ad taken ehugrdnfttTUkiuTwl I Dr Pierce i int iVllcU keep hfII bontls In health aDn ion ttL fIbIIca rIm JJS ltDNnI t- I J M L HEAVRIN c Attorney toxHA- RTFQR joiiftW- lllprwtlwJiU j rof lolldat for roarOot Ohio aad adjoining UfltIS1ItfltaI I Appeal Special alt atlon Klrra to cot lirpal llc t ==s SIXT =ERNEST WOODATTORNEY AT LAWI MrlliMIY HV mi prartlr kle protmiloa la all the eoart ol Ohio rout and court ol aIiiat lIeaMel eon ll rstlon l to nodrtxxlxit ToIlhoula omII Im1 I JNO B WILSON I LAWIIHARTFORD KYII 8rrUlitlMtln iTrn to rolkttIoumklm 1nMlc forOklotoB 17 erthtbll ir n I 0 R SrJITH ATTORNEY AT LAW IIUCrtuRIl UY WflMtIbapro14bkiIsflth tonolOlio and JloliliHX ll C ol ApMlk lJpMIaIullA l aU SILW 1 aye tIlr n IIAWf 011 roantaoa FLFEDIX ATTORNEY AT LAW L I itInrt nun KY I I Win iinwdwU ha contU ot OHo to ivD tty toI aid beSwmMttaudlobUran once la HtnUd bnlldlng 4Ip J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Iaw HAHTFORD KY Will prarilw bt prohwlon la OhIo ant aillola IcotatM pelaI MttBtUm IIIfta to all o niss t to al1l SLROBY- 4TTOJWEY4T LAW ToRiMVIILE UENTVIitT Will hie protewloa IB nil theroortaol Ohio aad adlolalaiccoaatlM andCoortot Appealt Hpedal attention rlren to ctloai JOHN P MORTON ATrORNEYATLAWIIAUTYORI SDMlat attention Irirra to all tioiloM utrnit ad Jet ilia mm one U oirtkoaeV bM BAHNJTTi AlCTOliNEY AT LMv7 JKY Will practlrhI pfOlflanibbrtaol Ohio ouat nttnitiU to Jla carwW kldntl 0Colticitons a aIty E P NEAL Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY WOl practice bU proMalon laall lilt courts 01 Kntocky Hp lal attratlon irtren to collKtloM ttIinutf ddnts estutrosd cast aad criminal practice DInce opUln Uriffln block 4 4rsR WEDDING and COUNSELLOR at LAW F HARTFQRD KY WlllpmctlnhU prolwlon la all th court bl Ohio and adjoinIng coonttra undtbe Court ol An nMta lromnf attention lTeutOlI bout i entrusted to blm ome In ltcrrDUCAX boildlug WEDPINGAttoru w HBTFORDjKy Will practIce his prolewlon In tbteonrtiol Ohio and adlolalaa coiatlM Mao NotarT 1nbllc I 1 Southern Railway 4ThronhEl ht Best Southern 8tat- aaKENTUCKYTENESEE South OAHOIilNA ALABAMA VJll GINIA North JAROLINAGEOR lilA and MISSISSIPPI II I4M Ulle Three Dally Train Iietwm Louis Ttllt and Leilapton Observation Chnlr Care Tralae liare and arrlre LoniIIIIrom81enth- Strait UalQB IXnot connectln ulth tralae ol the I IlllDoU Central Ilapad nnd U H4 St U It tt i srIuforflfttOfl5ddIumUA 4tn ATe lionUrulo Wu II TITLOC AiaUtahtO P A LocbTllle r4 J 110 itF Trar e Itenager I Vuhl t7vAT uiJi ius4gest J II 1 1 IJ j KENTUCKY SLANDERED I ABROAD The Evening Post Calls the Bos ton Herald Down as Well as the Old Courier Journal The people of Kentucky cannot expect to escape the tflects ol calumnies tittered dally during the past two Fears by the Courier Journal It has 10 oten ialseGc the dally occurrences la politic and In court that tbe prsc INODbut It has become contagions There are journals of the North that In deal- Ing with Kentucky fcfialrs take their me horn tbe CourierJournal and try I to ITheadd to Gov Bradleya testimony by revealing what he was supposed to have said In the grand jury room to that said on the wltnesit stnnd Then- It rnutlllated whit Gov Bradley did ay In order to give it a sinister aspect Amen unknown tr him approached Gov Dtadlty and pointed to a crowd of men In tbe Statehouse lIard said some of tbtmwesgoiug to kill Mr Goebel Mr Bradley sent or certain Republican leaders find In silted that they investigate the atory nd stop the plan it there wxs one Later they rrjmrttd tbt the whole torv wu a take that no one intend Nt to barm Mr G cbcl Instead oCI thus stating tbe truth the Courier I ournal said that Mr Piney reported bat no harm wouli1 be done Mr GeIel that day and this ratlaflud Bradley I We have in a recent idItorUl In the Boston Herald an illustration of the ivil fleets of thui persistent lying by be CourierJournal The Herald in Its bold perversions goes beyong its model the CourIer Journalnnd wtare ut a loss to understand why it InsUts i m a false account of every occurrence I in Kentucky when It is so easy toI et at leut some fata of recent history and permanent geography The herald attaches great importance to what It terms recent revelations in onnectlon with the assassination ol Jr Goebel It praises Mr Bradley oat unjustly but does it merely to emphasize the objections to his suc censors and in an editorial revIew un dertakes to repeat what Gov Bradley said Here Is the versions ol Gov Bradleys evidence aa it appears In the Boston Herald Gov Bradley says that Capt Rip ley one ol the men on trial for com plicity In the crime told him that he had brought the mountaineers from among xbora the shot was fired that murdered Goebel to Frankfort and was reproached by Gov Taylor for not having Introduced them earlier Capt Ripley la not from the moun tains but from Henry county Hen ry county lies between Louisville and Franklort Capt Kiplcys home Is about twenty miles west of Frankfott and forty wiles east of Louisville Capt Ripley was a captain of a rallK tin company and had noJnFto do With bringing any mountain men to Frankfort He did not take his mill tia company to Frankfort until he received an imperative order from the Adjutant General issued after the shooting of Goebel and he did not get his men to Frankfort until theday fol lowing the attack Capt Rlplty did not tell GovBrad ley be brought tbe mountain men to Prank fit no one told Gov Bradley any such thing and Gov Bradley never said anything like it It is not contended that the shot which killed Goebel wad shot from among the mountain men The mountain men socalled were assembled at Frankfort under the direction of Finley Powers Culton Golden and others They were joined there by othrr sympathizers They met on the Capitol stepj and passed resolutions condemning the organized efforts of tbe Legislature to set aside the officers chosen by the people The Legislature refused to receive the rest olntlons and that nlaht the mountain men so culled flfsiersed 03 ex perilously as it came After the mountain men left Prank fort Capt Ripley went top nkfort to center with the Adjutant l I about the equipment of hlaiuiile While there he saw tbootfivernor Gov Bradley says that trkti tt Rip ley in May said to him tbtwhen he saw GOV Taylor Jan uary 29 Gov Taylor said to him My God havnt you got your company readyjyet Goebel has not twenty four hours to lives Here is what Capt Ripfey says on time witness stand On Monday January 29 I went I I 1 1 1 t f t t t t t 11 T 1 I I I I I I 7 I f I I r REASONS FOR PARDONING ALVEY I ITbl Is the molt barefaced and inexcusable caae oi judicial f and political persecution that ever came before my notice By a buld and ehamelul conspiracy this man bu beeo elected as the helpless victim while others equally as guilty or more so who seem to bask in the sunshine oi tfficial lavor are allowed absolute immunity Iron prosecution in the Jefferson Criminal i Court Has the prosecution been animated by an earnest and honest desire to stamp out all gambling m the city of Louisville Ifso then they would have met with the hearty cooperation f 0t the chief executive in their efforts and I stand ready pow I whenever and wherever it may be In my power to aiIthe offi I ccis of tho law where they are honest in seeking to enforce the i laws against gambling without partiality Ot Jdvur to any one I IIe such beerrtho casein the recent Indictments and trials f I in Loulsvlll The record batoro me and the information I I- hne received certainly do not awit Why is It that indictments I i have not been returned against the most notorious I gambler in the citylad why is it that Indictments against Ii others have bee n nir8ed under a corrupt bargain that they be 1 nunily if they would give evidence against this maaad one Miles Is Alvey made the particular vengeance because he bad become a dangerous rival in the business to some others Gambling ia acrime punishable by severe penalties under our statutes and it ought to be stamped out if possible by a Irigid and impartial enforcement of the law I would gladly Isee the city of Louisville freed from this vice but if it is allowed stall then I say It would bPpreferableu Dder the principles of competition rather than monopoly This warfare seems to have been inspired not by an inteq tion to suppress gambling but by a desire to destroy competi tion in that business The papers before me show beyond A doubt that this man was convicted upon evidence secured by one of the most infamous bargains ever tolerated in any court One of the employed prosecute re who has been conspicuous beeni0 terday seem to be fully carried out these men were dismissed trim the charges againituhein and by their testimony a yer diet was secured against Alvey who either by reasojiof his competitive qualities or his political affiliations eeerna to have incurred the special hatred and animosity ot the prosecution I have filed before me inwhat Iam assured ia the hand writing of the Prosecuting Attorney before referred to affida vile whIch be prepared for these men to sign alter tho agree ment was made4I copy tbe first paragraph State ol Kentucky ssJeflbraon County Tho affiant gall S hwaner says this affidavit is made ot his own free LoIand accord without solicitation of any one He says ho been promised no rear1of immunity from punishment I under the against him in the JefFerson Cir cUlt Court It this habd writing is genuine ii I believe itlstben he sought to make these men wear to what he and they knew to befalse Gambling ia bad enough but perjury and euborna tiou or perjury is worse and it Is startling that such methods should be retorted to for tbe conviction of any one 111 therefore as a rebuke to the character of such tion and not as a condonation to the oflenee of prolCCuI this pardon to Alvey upon the arsnrance from that ho I againvolate the law J 0 W BECKHAM Governor LlI1111111111111 1111111ItlllIIIIIII11llllllt p t into Gov Taylors office He stobd leaning dn the fireplace looking badly I expressed sorrow at his appear ance He remarked that these were terrible times and said that some Ir responsible crank might kill Goebel or himself I referred to the object of my visit the getting ol equipment for my company and he responded My God havnt you gotten your company here or Von company ready yet heft him and went home that alter noon The man who sees In this story taking either version any evidence of- a conspiracy to assassinate MrGoebel any evidence that either Taylor or Ripley was at that time contemplat ing Goebels assassination merely colors it with preconceived ideas That It bears out no such Is evident front the desperate sjioits of the Cour ierJournal to rewrite It to meet the necessities of its own position and contention which requires It to hang Taylor and damn the Republican par ty Instead of acceptance the version 01 the CourierJournal the Boston Herald amplifies it and constructs it after its own fashion leaving about the story not the least semblance of truth and from very ignorance even of Kentucky geography making It self absurd Yet flfe Herald under takes to tell the President about the mistake he la making In Cuba and believes itsell to be 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tree Addreit Sterling Remedy Co Chleaco or New York Cuts wounds burns sprains and bruises quickly heal if you apply BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT Price 25 cts and 50 cts J H Will iams m 1 CAMPAIGN IN THE PROVINCES Weeks Reports Indicate Increas ed Surrenders North and South I The following reports from the de par menta of Notthera and Southern Laioa have been bulletined at the I1ace From Gen Wheaton dated 9th Sartendered March 6th to 12th Inf I rifle captured by native police at Infanta 3 rifles and by diat Inf Mar oug arch 8th 7 rifles and ammuni tion t felppliclo Alfonso inrrendered to Col at Concepclon on 8th with onemcer jGve men and fifteen rifles surrendered today There Is no otb er leader or organized band of Insur gents or lailronea In Tarlac Province Hemay be able to secure a few mdie riflesCaptured by Lieut Npwlen 4 fat Inft Santa Rita i Bemlngton ride Remington carbine two shot guns 85 rounds Krag ammunition and rounds Manser and Remington 100I munition Surrendered to him Mauser rifle and revolver Surren dered to Capt Nichols 3d Inft Malo los i tifle 100 rounds oUammunltion To Capt Dwyer 3d loft Polo twoIi Remmlngton rifles Captured by live police BISaa i Remington rifle From Gen Weaten dated loth I Col Rubb at Concepclon reports that one Remington rifle was surrendered On 8th Inst two lit Bamban yesterday Two Remington carbines and 44 cat ridges captured by Sergt Putnam and detachment Company H 12th Inft near Laplz One Remlng j 25tfrom Concepcion yesterday I I Following captures end surrenders in 5th district yesterday Surrendered to Major Cooke BA lluag two Remington rifles one revol vcr and Capt Engenio Lozua of Lu cenas tpmmand To Lieut 3d lOft at Maloloa two LewisI Lieut Ramos Native Scouts BI one Mauser rilIeToLieut Pond 31 j Inft Apallt i rifle to 3d Inft ot San Miguel it Remington rifles Captured byjLlent Widdifield 36th loft one Colonel ibee reports one Reming ton frfi kBd i8 rounds of ammunition tn JJtIs given to Federal Party Major Carey 42nd Inft at Mordnp reports that through the tflorts of Hi larlon Raymnndo 18 insurgents 25 rifles and some ammunition were sur rendered at Morong to day Hilarlon Kaymnndo Is the Insurgent Major ol the Moiong battalion who surrender ed with 5 rifles on Feb 25 and who was released in order to utilize his services in the Interests of peace From General Wheaton dated it On March 8th Capt Richardson with Lieut Marlon and 47 men re turned to the scene oi tbe fight that Lieut Marion and 17 men near Tagn idln on 7th found one insurgent killI ed captured tbe commander of the insurgent forces Lieut Santiago 11mI ental who was twice wounded and could not get away and found anoth er Remington rifle On March the 8th Lieut Gee 48th Infantry had a fight with insurgents tn their barracks In the mountains east of Santa Cruz He killed ten captured one King 200 rounds of am munition three Remingtons and 30 rounds Burned barracks and cap tured papers No casualties on ourI side in either engagement- An insurgent surrendered to Lieut Suplee atBacnoton with one Reming ton rifle and seven catrldges He re pqrts Insurgents short of ammunition I and very much discouraged Prom Gen Bates dated 9th AB expedition 040 men under Lieut Cole 47th mutt returned to reacbedIhail running fight all the way to Cam allg aud back but only one men I wounded on our aide first troops to cross tbe island In this province I Capt Caugbey Nasngbu reports i the surrender of Capt Paulino Manso j 101 Looc with 14 of his soldier with fie I Major Lttngborne Balayan reports the surrender Mjir Qsteban Causa pin with his Lieutenant and four aol dlers with five rifles were turned in at Batayan dattdrotbI tbe sur e Mariano de Thou with one captain one adjutant general two lieutenants and fifty seven enlisted men with rifles and all uniformed and well drilled Some I twenty titles had been ecured from I Major Esteban Cansapln previous to the five suuendered on the 8th Ten rifles in all were surrendared at II Balayan on the 8th instant moie I were promised to be turned in at I Nasugbu yesterday Capt McBlain c 9th Cavalry reports that two Rem I ugton rifles were surrendered to him I at San Fernando yesterday j I Lt Col Pratt 46th Infantry repirta I 1 I ik 4 the surrender to him at Elfonso last night of Capt Mendbng and seven Boldlerst of his command and seven serviceable rifles and zoo rounds of ammunition They will take the oath of allegiance and Capt Mendong will endeavor to bring in more sol diets and their rifles Colonel Pratt has secured 38 rifles in tbe vicinity of Alfonsa in the last few dajs The following dated Monday Major Langbore 30th Infantry rep orts the surrender of one Lieutenant and fourteen soldiers and rifhs at Ba layan yesterday Colonel Bollard reports following Tweatyfive men with rIOs and under an officer marched In and surrendered nt Balayan yesterday other detach ments expected time only is needed to make surrenders compe1eMa nila Times March 13 i Even the most vigorous and hearty people 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1931 On ray recent trip to the West 1 visited what is perhaps the nio t unl Inc last resting place ol a famous per unage to be Icund In the word A agnificent cascade descending 500 reet in seven leaps in Cheyennne Can ion Colorado and known as Seven Tails is one of the chief attractions ol he Colorado mountains whose natur 1 scenery is tamed all around the lobe Up near the moutalns crest where this pretty stream makes its irst leap fdf liberty a silver lake re lects the craggy peaks above Hard j y thin crystal lake in a pretty grove il stately hemlocks sleeps nil that Is nortal ol Helen Hunt Jackson that lellghtlul writer whose prose and I bng bave made her famous in two lemlspheres Like Robert Louis I NERVOUSNESSOFWOMENIWhat a Brilliant Actress S MOOI1cIneYork City has the following to aay of I Pernna I am glad to write my endorse went ot thesreat remedy Pcruna as a nerve tonic I do so most heartily Julia Marlowe Nervousness It very common among women This condition laduotoanemlo 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AIVINBBE1XETT For Coualr Judge FOM HOGEKA For County Court Cler- kflNMGLAI40i 1 For ounly Attorney SI L11EAVUIN For Nberllt CAL P KEOW- XforSclmol Hnperliilemlenl JAflES DEWEVIC For Jnller THOMAS II BLACK For Atanaor FRANK LOWE FnrNnrvvyor JOHN II WOOD ForCorouer niJV L DAVIS OOli m N a FOR MAGISTRATE SECOND DISTRICT t are onthorlied to announce k H B Taylor 4ate for Maatitrate In tha Cromwell DUtrtct anbject to the action of tbe arty We are authorized to announce GeoWIlarlIlI- As a candidate for lalotratrln the Cromwell Magisterial Dntrlct inbject to the action of tbe Uennbllcan party l T1IIBD DISTRICT We a irlied to announce Jl GRAHAM A ft caol Mnirlitrate In the Sulphur l priDf i ilotrict subject to the ac tion of th p party II DISTRICT W are flu to ftlIIonnN W r liEN IEII Sit Aa a candIdate for Magistrate In the Centertown Maaliterial Il tr rt anbject to tbe action ot tbe llepnbllcan party SEVENTh DISTIIICT We are authorized to announce Lo BERRY I4INET lIockrort1IaIrlalRepublican party THAT INTERROGATIVE WHO The interrogative pronoun who seems ta be the source ot an unusual amount of ansity for our contempor ary and in the introductory to a few things he is desirous ot knowing which knowledge we eball freely give so far as occasion will war rant this extent and tbe validity 01 our answer we submit to our read en Who ao rnalldouly and cowardly abtued lion D II SmIth on tbe occasion ot bin lait eperch In Hartford and after he had left the place called him a name tbat U not Otto print In decent Journals If Mr Smith was abused on the oc casion of his speaking in Hartford during the last campaign through TilE REPDBLtCAN it was done by the same man who assassinated the char acter of Mr Heber Matthews in ex posing theCIA G Benton letter and who traced that letter to the Her aids door and who is still waiting for that gentleman to say 1 didnt write ItlaWe said nothing derogatory of a man that would make the character of speech that Dave Smith made in Hartford and have no apology to makeWho durIng hU life and even after death bun been the vonntnnt backbiter nnd rharuc ter anuinilB DIllon Win babel In thic eon roaDlty ralllDK blma murderer u robber a thief and a profwlonnl liar This demands a little explanation which has heretofore been gwen iu these columna but which the anxiety of A G Benton demands a renew al In 1895 Wm Goebel wrote a letter to the Covington Ltlge in which hn referred to John L Sanford as Gonorrhaa John L Saodford Mr Sanford like any other true Kentuckian preferred to die rather than live under the odium of this in famous charge and proceeded to ad just matter He met Win Goebel on the streets of Covington and asked him if be wrote tho article containing this malicious charge against his pri vate character and to this interroga tion Mr Goebel answered I did and at this instance both drew re volvers and med Sanford fell dead Goebel escaped unhurt If tbis is not murder provoked and premeditated what is it In view of these facts we charged Mr Goebel with being a murderer which no man has had courage as yet to deny On the convening of the State Democratic Conveution in 1899 Mi Goebel ap peared with less than one sixth of the delegated votes but through his in humanity to man by fake promises made in bad faith by expelling dele gation after delegation of delegates and seating men who bail never been in a convention and by protracting tbe convention until all the selfre ipectiug gentlemen left iu disgust he succeeded in getting the nomination Iu view of this manner of con duct anti his shameful abuse of the man who made him John G Car Hale we brought our charge We appeal to the sober thinking citizens to rudge as to tbe righteousness of our conduct and in doing this will they not forget as a fulfillment of all we have paid tbe contestthe manner in which 23H3 majority votes for W S Taylor were turned in favor of the defeated man Thif done we shall be thrice exonerated from the odium one A G Benton seeks to gather ibout the editor and the journal be writes for Who without provocation or cane attacked the personality of our worthy Judge and chrlitlan dtlten Jodg J I Miller applying to him tbe Tile epithet a political hermaphrodite Wo have frankly and impassionate ly reviewed the course changes and conduct of Judge Miller citing facts which our friend himself has record ed which bear record of all we have said We confess tbat we referred to him as a political hermaphrodite challenging all earners to dispute it In view of his record and his recent confessions made to the gods of hit ambition Wboeo mallcloafcly and constantly nm ae dueled the character ot Judge II II Wed wing daring the recent Republican campaign In this county apreadlag all kind of Injn non report concerning him ol things which were not only nntrne but tlanderoniT The reports here referred to are ol A G Benton origin No gentle man would circulate them much less publish them Mr Benton will this suffice Who wa tLaatbor the notorloni doebelcrat article which claim ewy man who roted lor Mr Ooebel a a tblng of Ignorance endorsing tblerery robbery an animal not eneceptlble ot education The author of the Goebelcrat arti cle now answers A G BentonV interrogations This was intended not for gentlemen for Christian men for men who belie o iaa republics n form of governmentfavoring acqui escenco in the voice of the majority but for the A G Benton element of tbe Democratic party for those who believe in grand larceny and persecutionWho a boy to take from the Her old office without the knowledge or consent ol theedltorortheproprletora proofebeetto be nwd In assassinating the prlrnte charac ter ol tbe Herald acribe and who accepted and n ed this property with full knowledge ol how It was procured The proofsheet here referred to of halfpint fame was not procured- to assassinate tbe private character of the Herald SCRIBE but was presented to us by a boy a Christian young man in defense of his own private character his standing for truth and veracityand the good namelof his father whose reputation like hill el der sons was at stake and which was above reproach It was not until after the Herald BCHIBE had vainly at tempted to induce this young man to purjure himself to sign a sworn statement that what he said in an un guarded moment was fake untrue tbat wbat be had seen with bis own eyes was a delusion a dream a fake that this proofsheet1 was produced iu sheer stIfviJt1ion Can anyone find fault with the conduct of this young man when he was being urged by this inebriate to subscribe himself to a known fnhehood We had hoped tbat tbis balfpinf aflaii was of the past as it was only a per sonal affair but somehow the ecrib holds it dear and will not permit it to be eradicated from the other rubbish of his brain Who gore even to the depths of tbe tomb to revile the character ol a man for political effect aa the public will bear wit nei by being reminded of the attack upon Judge A II llalrd one of Hartforda most worthy and beloved citizen long since dead Does the nominal editor intend tnii insinuation for us If he does we presume he holds it to be a sin for us to reproduce history which reflects upon the political varacity andstand ing of the dead What we have said was a repetition of what a prominent Democrat caused to be printed and circulated in 78 and this too in the time of a heated campaign Our con tention is that we have recorded noth ing but facts which we challenge disputed If there be anyother whos injected into the inquiring mind of the Heralds SCRIBE it may be that we will get the benefit of them but in all probability his inter rogations will be transmuted into billingsgate and invective TilE RIPLEY TRIAL The acquittal ol Uarnett Riple was no surprise to those selfthiukio people that read the testimony of that trial The fact that the jury wa composed of twelve Democrats made his case somewhat apprehensions and there was ample room for it too because in a free fair and impartia trialespecially when politics i envolved the jury will not be packed with partuan men The fact that ii man against whom not one scintill nflevidencc could be found either bl fair or foul means was arraigned beforE court and put on trial for his life will ever remain a stagma to the fair naw of Keutucky The prosecution in that case knew just what they werE going to prove They knew that ths evidence against this man would not justify the banging of the most worth less cur and yet for two weeks thii man Ripleys life hung in the balance It was proveneyontlall doubt that the defendant was never in Frankfor but twice once when Bryan came tl Kentucky to advise the contest thi otber when ho went to see the Guy ernor about organizing o Siato guards which happened to bi ou the day before the assassination i t jjwas the testimony In the case and l no other testimony was produced 1 tending to incriminate himL a Of course the depraved journals asd assassination of character were ex peeLed to doom damn anti delivers this man they were expected to hang Taylor and damn the party all on the trial of this nrocentJ man Had they done any thing shortc of this they would have reputiated their past record which to them would have been equivalent to total I destruction We must confess that we have no faith in a prosecution that U conducted on the principles which have so eminently characterized this Goebel prosecution If their object had been to capture the real man that assassinated Mr Goebel why did they not procure the services of an unbiased corps of detectives antI allowed I them to bunt down the assassin Nothing was ever mure plainly shown than that the sole object of the proseI cution was to hang Taylor and damn the Republican party as James An drew Scott expressed it The very idea that the public is cited to the Ripley trial as an ideal of justice is on its lace absurd Yet we are to day facing tbis very state of affairs It would have been no greater sin judging from tbe evidence in the case to have caught up any other Republican in Kentucky and put him on trial for his life than it was in the Capt Ripley case TIlE friends of Esq Ed Massie of the Buford Magisterial District are earnestly urging him to announce his candidacy for Magistrate in that district Squire Massie considering his location his prestige and standing with his home people the remarkable campaign he made iq 1897 when he was elected by a majority of 2 his ability and qualification for the office is the logical candidate in tbat district As the district standsre districtedit is 69 Democratic but with Squire Massie before the people for Magistrate this majority would lade away like snow flakes in June While we do not presume to advise Squire Massie or choose for the Republicans of Buford Magisterial Dis trict their standard bearer we earnestly beg leave to call upon tbe party to put out the very best the most popular man available that a majority of 69 for 1enemy may be changed into a ReplMicu majority Jt is tbe duty of the partyut out the very best men in the districts while it is equally the duty of every man to abide by tbe partys wishes THE man who stood on a goods box in the court house yard and addressed the recent Democratic mats conven tion declaring that tbe brains and wealth of Ohio county citizenry were in tli Tlpmrwmlio narty linn been in dicted by tbe Daviess county crnnH jury and tbe charges preferred are ot the gravest hue Democratic breth ren be candid with us where is the brains the wealth the common ev eryday horse sense in the conduct of such a record ofone of your officials Its with you Mn W H BAHSES has offered himself for the political guillotine which in set for November 5 by ac ceptiDg the Democratic nomination for County Attorney which Mr Sim merman so wisely avoided nrnrnmMi Cnnnot be Cured local applications ac they cannot reach thi- limeased portion of ear There In only one way to core deafness and that U by constitutional remedlm Deafness la caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous linings of the Kattacblan Tube When this taM gets Inflamed you have a rauibllnn mound or Imperfect hearing and when It la entirely cloned deafness U the re unit and unicea the Inflammation can IM taken out and this tube restored to its normal coed tion hearing will be dmtoycd forever sine cases out of ten are canned by catarrh which 1 noting but an Inflamed condltlod of tbe mucuons cur facraf will give One llnndrrd Dollnm for an1ueot Deafness caused by catarrh that ran not be cured by Hair Catnrrh rare send for clrcnlara free FJ CHUNKY CO Toledo O Hold by DrnggUta Tfr hails Family 1llla arm the best A Wolf in Sheeps Clothing- I once heard a sermon preached from this subject A wolf in sheeps clothing Now if you will annex the njtctive political and let it read a political wolf in sheeps clothing the text will be truly applied to the subject on which I am attempting to write In 1896 the Democrat party made an agreement with the Populist party to unite their forces and beat tbe Republicans for the county offices It proved a failure with the exception ol one wan I P Miller who was voted for and elected as a Populist byII light and rest ensured tharthey Would have a Populist fur County Judge They used every available mean pos sible to tee their leader as they though carry the banner to victory I lie carried the banner for them but ulasl He lisa deserted He saw that his crowd was too small this time and realized fully that there was no chance I whatever for a compromise and look ing at the platform he rtaw that it was too wtfak all things being considered he must needs take his flight They now behold him through a I glass dimly not face to face Jut with his back turned and find him perched upon another platform which appears to be a little stronger One howeverL which he can afford to stand on until he is defeated Then he may but up against another Is this the kind of man the people of this county want for County Judge 7 Do they want a- politicalf fake Or do they want a man who has always ben loyal to his color In the first place I wish to say that C opullst principals areieeanie they I ree in 1896 Democrat principals re the same Jndge Miller under I tood both parties as well then as he oes now but they tailed to under tend him What Was one ol the bopgerbooes raised against Squire ark when be made the race against udge Miller He was harshly crltU lard for having cast a vote for a leighbor who was being endorsed by he Populists who brought this barge The men who opposed him Jld Judge Miller charged him with htn1We dont know But many thinks Sly as he seemed- It could have been Enough It was For him to win How can a political fad ofthis kind go lo his Populist friend and pat him on he back and say come now and lets day another good man True it is that I have a different costume but von know that we were too weak The only thing for us to do now Is to let the Democrats swallow the whole business and let me elide in and be four County Judge on the strength of it I cannot deny the fact tbat I was one of you in 96 but things have changed- I firmly believe and every candid man believes the same that it political air could be found all congenial with tbe Populists as it was in 96 and no friction whatever in the political maO chine that Judge Miller would be Found doing business at the same old stand This twofold tuck business nroiked in 96 and the same fellows are trying the same thing again by using every catpaw possible to de leat one of the best tickets evet selected to fill our county offices This Tact which is evident will be proven by the official conduct of each asplr ant Their election is certain for we have no shifters on the ticket but all are solid men KCSTICCS The Best Remedy for Rheumatism QUICK RELIEF FROM rAIN All who use Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism are delighted with the quick relief from pain which It affords When speaking of this Mr D N Sinks of Troy Ohio says Some time ago I had a severe attack of rheumatism in my arm and shout der I tried numerous remedies but got no relief until I was recommended by Messrs Geo P Parsons Co druggIsts of this place to try Cham berlalns Pain Hahn They recommended it so highly that I bought a bottle I was soon relieved of all pain I have recommended this lInt sent to many of my friends who agree with me that it is the best remedy for muscular rheumatism in the market For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Resolutions of Respect Whereas The angel of death has O4icu uur IicuoOI Quit taken Irom us our beloved teacher Miss Beulab Coots who departed this life April 4 1901 Be it resolved 1irst That Taylor Mines School of which she was teacher at the time of her death has lost a most valuable and dearly loved Instructor Second That her short life so full of noble deeds is worthy of emulation by all Third That we her pupils mingle our grief with that of her bereaved amily and relations Fourth That we extend to them our heartfelt sympathy land beg to assure them that the virtues of their loved one shall live In perpetual e Everhave them Then we cants tell any I thing about them You know how dark everything looks and how you are about t ready to give up Some how you cant throw off the terrible depression Are things really so blue Isnt it your nerves after all Thats where the trouble is Your nerves are beingpoisoned from the impurities In your blood AwrzsSausPaiLfla I purifies the blood and 1 gives power and stability 4 to the nerves It makes I health and strength activ ity and cheerfulness This is what Ie Ayers will do for you Its the oldest Sarsapariiia in the land the kind that was old before other Sarsaparillas were known This also accounts for the saying U One bottle of Ayers Is worth three bottles of the ordinary kind IUO a bottle AlKnnlitl Write the Doctor- If have any compiaintwbatrer ant ioilra the bemt pomslbl7 recelTenrlle the doctor fan u wilt reeelra a prompt r- yly vithont cost Address Dr C AYEIlo wollUu memory in our heart and sflectlons Fifth That while we deplore the enth of oar dear teacher we submit with reverence to Him who doeth all tijngs weii Sixth That a copy of these resolu lions be sent to the bereaved family anda copy be furnished the county papers for publication CtmiE BROWN 1 KARL HESS I KRNtiSTINBjONPS Corn WAVY LILRSJ Elks Carnival The Elks of Owensboro Ky will hold the first street fair ever given in this part of the state for one week commencing Monday May 2ovThere will be a monster display of exhibits of every kind Over 600 feet of booth space has been sold up to this time The finest attractions that money can get have been secured Among the headlines are Archllle Philliau the spiral globe performer and the Thompsons who make a headfirst dive from a tower ninety feet high into a four foot tank of water There will be large parade each day of the fair In tact something wilt be do- Ing every minute to amuse the peo pie r THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening ot the Nerves A Pleasant and Posi tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood tbat Drunkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use ol Intox icating llqupf requires an antidote capable 01 neutralizing and eradlcat ing this poison and destroying the craving lot intoxatants Sufferers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful nome Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faIth- ful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery U positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation ot thousands of Drunkards into sober Industrious end up right men Wives cure your husbands I Chil dren cure your fathers I This remedy is in no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease only and Is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or cofleeVlth out the knowledge of the person tak- Ing it Thousands drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made temperate men by having the Cure administered by loving friends and relatives without knowledge in coffee or tea and believe to day that discontinued drinking of their own free will Do not wait Do not be deluded by ap parent and leading improvement Drive out the diteaite at once and for all time TheJThe Home I Gold Pleclng1withinment more than cotIlug 26 to 50 Pull company each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when re quested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt ol one dollar Address Dept I Edwin B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confid ential egTo the Colored People A record smasher in the Green River Valley Association It will be at tbe First Colored Baptist Church at South Carrollton Ky the fourth Sunday In May 1931 There will be train excursions from Owensboro and Russellville Also a boat exrur slon from Calhoun There will be a prize rally between Misses Nannie Wilson Nannie B Moorman Nepple Herring and Mary Kittinger A big day with the big guns Preaching all day by Rev Larkin Hlnes of Hartford Rev S P Locke D D ol Owensboro Rev P R Whiteside D D of Russeltville and Rev Benj Farrell D D of Indianapolis Ind Everybody invlnted You miss tht day of your life If you fall to come J J fAitEPastor Im Memory- Of little Walter Haden Rowan son ol A A and Lilly Rowan Born last summer tvhen the flowers and trees were in full bloom and died this spring while the buds and the bios Sofia were wrapped in their husks Weep not dear parents for little laden Is only a blursom in Heaven Flnt In the anmmor ol 1000 Of nil the darling children That eer a household blessed We plAce our baby for compare With the fulreft and the hat He came when luet tbe violets Dropped from the land ol spring When on the trees tha liloMonii hung ThoM cups ol odorous Inrenne swung Vhjra dainty robins slog How glowed the early morning tfter a night ol ruin When He pos oar waiting bearU To go not nxnln Dear Lord we aid with thankful upcccb Urnnt we way love the more Fur this new liIeimlDg In our cup That woe no full before Second In the prlng 011901 This year before tbe violets lied bearlded the spring And not a leaf wee ou tho tree Nor robin here to sing An angel came one solemn night lleanni glory to bestow And took onr darling from our sight What could we Lord at morning light Hat weep and let him go How dart tn J jr that followed Tbat dreary night of pain Those eyes now closed and nerermon To open hre again Dear toed we said with broken speech Grunt we may love the more For this new Jewel In the criran Where we bad twqbefor A FEIKND J S ECZEMAS Ir iTCH ISTORroliE Eczema is canted byan acid humor In the blodd coming contact with the skin and producing great redness and In flammation i eruptions Lotus and discharge n thin sticky 1IIcll dries and scales off sometimes the skin is hard dry suit fissured Eczema iu any form is a tormenting stubborn disease and the itching and at times art aalmost unbearable the acid burning humor seems to ooze out and set the skin 0on fire Salves leIor other exter nat applications do any real good for as lonEras remains in the blood n p the skin irritated BAD FORM OF TETTERI 11 For three yean I toybandsthen to swell Iu twice their luturaUlie Part of the time the Clamant wnlulhe form of run p01fui touch dllconlurtlour doctors uld the Titter had projjrewtd too far 10 be 01 they could d nothing ItokQnlythreelattice was completely cured Tblstns yean 550 sod I bare never ncoeen anyalmi of my aId troubleMLS L B JACKIOX 1414 McGee St Kansas City M- oS S S neutralize this acid poison cools the blood and restore it to a healthy natural state and the rough unhealthy skin smooth clear cures Tetter Ery- sipelasbecosmeslOft Psoriasis Rheum and all skIrt diseases due to onvd condition oftha blood Send for our book and write us shout case Our physicians have mode these diseases a life study can help you by their advice i we make no charge cnrice AH correspondence is conducted In strictest condcnce THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA CIA i CENTERTOWNKY j Mr Finis Rowe one ol our soldier boys that came home sick is slowly Improving and we hope that he may soon be erj ylng the best ol health Miss Bessie Rowe and Willie Wood ward ol Hartford College are at their homes near here and are con fined to their rooms with measles Owen Cash of Bremen was in our town last wick on business Mrs W F Condit of Point Pleas ant visited her mother Mrs Rowe here last Sunday i Uro JJ A Pox of Louisville and Prof J H Baines of Beaver Dam made excellent speeches for us Fildiiy night in Sunday school Interest and our good people took time for the forelock and organized a Sunday school I Dr Chapman has purchased a bust 1 ness lot and contemplates erecting a two brIck business house theleoniS J hawkins and wife were in our town Monday evening We are glad to know that W P t Render wants to be our next Sqltlret Heres to you Mr you shall spite of burnt brandy MAUD The Best Blood Purifier The blood is constantly being purl tied by the lungs liver and klde s Keep these organs in n bcjlthy condl tlon and the bowels regular and you will have no need of a blood rmtifirr 4 ui vuiose there is nothing equal to Chamhetlalua Stomach and Liver Tabletsone dose of them will do you more good than a dollar bottle of j the best blood purifier lrlc 25 cents Samples free at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store in CERALVO KYIMessrs Ben Graves and Marvin Everly went to Utah some weeks ago to engage in the mineral business Miss Lula Shugart is leaching a spring school heie Mr Edgar Smith Cnldwell county is visiting his ptut utar bereIMisses Pearl injcreIorrfa whoj are attending sehoolvt am 1Mfsllt Equality neighborhood 3 Mrs Mary Taylor HopeweiliU vis iting Mrs N B Fnlkerson I Mr Clyde RJmbley has moved iu the Bratcher property Miss Minda Wood has gone to Huntsville to engage in the mlllin cry business LouIsI I Taken this month keeps you well all summer Greatest spring tonic known Rocky Mountain Ten made by Madison Medicine Co 350 Ask your druggist m I A Card of Thanks toi as1slsttdcaring lor my dear wile during her List and fatal sickness And not on Iv this but they have futther endeared themselves to me In aiding me In i caiinfj fir other menbeis of my family timing their sickness nnd tbe InterI r y tow for the ream of Spring Goods We are loaded down with Spring Goods nd cannot afford to carry a single article vt r By selling now we are going to luke an extra Reduction Sale in order to educe our stock Below we give you Irices on a few of our leading articles and rust you will take advantage of them Dress Goods Our patterns of Dress Goods are the latest and most durable that you will find In the city and ate so numerous styles tbat we cannot give prices but will ask you to call and see them Our lines ol Paris Muslins sad Colored Organdiesjust the thing for a stylish evening dressare the most Attractive In the city See them We are showing the newest thing out In Colored Silk all shades and colors Prices ttie lowest New Wash Goods Pipe Dimity small figure and stripe regular 200 quality our price isc per yard- EmbroidEred Lawns the newest thing out for dresses 350 quality our price only 25C A regular isc quality In fancy colors Gingham only loc per yardLotus Lawns an 8e quality our price only 50 per yard We are showing a beautiful line ol White and Colored Piques qual- Ity ijc to 2oc per yard but our price is only loc to isc Our India Linens are the talk of tbe town a regular 70 quality or- sc loc quality for 70 raKe quality for lOCi isc quality for iac2- 0C quality for isc 25C quality for 2oc 300 quality for 250 Neckties- Our Neckties ate in the latest patterns prevailing colors proper styles and nlcea goods See them to ran no tit of it in ft in ur at for to my them all II LEWIS W IL In the South proves roblo and all artn than and Con nine no anarnnU It At Me stud 97IM On of of the New 29 to go or The of must be new new new Lace and ol Cm talus Is and ypu can get anything a fioo toa fJ50 a pair Onr Scrims 8c quality for Sc- roc for 8 c uJtfar roe ijc for See this line ot Scrims you will be sure to see you Mens and Boys Clothing a big stock to select from newest styles and new Shoes for Spring We cannot give you hire as our stock Is so immense but we can sure you sad give you a good fit and savt yon money We carry a large of Boys and and do not you to a big price as our goods are honest and well made and we guarantee satisfaction Mens Goods Oar line ol Shirts cant be They are all in the latest and nud we can i In 1901 style old to you The cor rect thing in Straw Pelt and lists Prices to Colors the atyles We the Shoes the that on Its own merits The in the Wo still do tho work for the county Wo have ho Millinor thu goods tho and tho latest lint is why we trim any other store loping receive a visit from you I nm Yours p- E T S 4 BY The most and built i Jo It has the surest yet KoW the record for in 7 Its Lever power just when Its leeded most TIn natnt Ply storu nowr anti frrrtvn r ays out when Built of the finest and Iron a mechanical perfection nU find lust the sort of Implement you Grots more to make others but its with end lookover SandetfTIr Beaver Ky after wants and needs that time which I wish return banks and to him Who doeth well Nnccca Worlli hewing4- Oyenrssucee4 hughes KfeatreftiedyforCbIHa Malarial lletur Calomel Quinine Arnnenle dtry Drug limo flM bottler Club April That nervousness and hcadwir together and cares ofbusiness home overwork loss of sleep improper ebbing tide energy Curtains Scrims Our department Lace from competition quality quality nc something want stock Youths ask pay Furnishing patterns beati Everything Noilists show Stiff suit latest uptosdateShoes have BROWNS Shoe sells best Millinery trimming priccs morehatsthat Millinery checkedand The Jones Lever Binder MADE ONLY THEPLANOMFGGOcisimplest strongest efficient lightest nlng binder simplest knotter invented worlds accuracy binding famous hevice Increases Wheel surnll1A needed steel triumph money saving need Ithan steeped honest value Drop S13y- D L D Dam they manifested looking beattfelt commend things HUNT account meeting iilavtlle Jockey The worry health life complete Wedefy quality pilcea please Clothing world truly 1 May ii the I C R R wltlrtltkv ets at rate of 420 for round r4tie Beaver Dam to Louisville Mtd yiimffi limited to May 13 for retire a JA ril 29 May 6 and May i r wiliseiltiaks ICures dizzy spells tired feeling stomach kidney and flyer troubles I RockyMountainAsk you druggists ra Everybody Knows Ju temperderange tearingdown systemTo yShirtHatsf CCIjarIT tripI 1rom the almost constant sufFering caused by frequent attacks of severe head 5 tmyphysicians s I never found any lasting relief until I began taking Dr Nervine and was cured H J VOLKER U 5 Weather Bureau 1Washington D C Dr Miles ervine yiIt afts directly on the nervous system quiets the irritation rests the tired brain and restores the wasted tissues as nothing else can You should not delay Get itat once So14 by all druggists oa a guarantee Dr Miles Medical Co Eikbart lad t S a- a k Corner orBargains C 0 OTHER HOUSES TRY TO DO AS WELL FOR THEIR TRADE AS But they fail in their efforts by from 20 to 40 per cent Wo are continually cornering BIG BARGAINS For our fast growing trade This week we are offering special prices n a Mailings and Carpets Five pieces nice style fibre chain Mattings a regular 12 tfc quality loc Five pieces pretty design Mattings joIntleM a rrgnlar tic quality rye Four pieces cotton wasp figured Matting In Blue Green and Red n ajc quality fur 23c Four pieces cotton warp Matting beautiful designs in Red Blue and r Qreen cheap enough at 3Jc our spe r cial price Sac Extra quality superior allwool Ingrain Carpet worth 750 tptclal price 65c Good quality wool Ingrain Carpet a big bargain SOC Rxtra quality wool and culton Ins h grain Carpet pretty design worth 4JC our special price jjc 4i Good quality cotton Ingrain Car I pets ajc- Pretty pattern Hemp Carptts 36 Inches wide soc r Extra Quality Rag Carpets 20 25 for be to bo so once 4r FRIDAY APRIL s6 Illinois Tablo I Nw tint turd Inking eU t Sundnjr IX c s ml KAnilt lliiiinit i No IrtdMfcWHm No IttiiMlUp ui No Ill dM IMh m No in do II= pm 701 Felghl 1 No So 1M detJapm 8 II VAa MITI Agrnt r PISq CURE OF4 Bon Ikmth arrap Des In um Bold by areMeu- r =See our new F C Corsets t CAHSOW Sr Co e See Keowna Fertilizer before pur dialing Mr V M Stewart Beda called to see us Mr L E Reneer call- edt to see na Mr G M Maddox called to see us Dora to the wife of Mr R D Wal ker the 19th inst a fine boy Copt A B Stanley Wysox made us a call Mrs Joe B Rogers of near Crom well Is quite sick of pneumonia Mr Will Stevens Beaver Dam made na a mil Tuesday II Its Fertilizer you want the place toget it is John O Keowns 1 One and fifty cases of measles have been reported in Hart I ford to and those afflicted have recovered without any venous a = trouble I P Iwoni PIAUr It Pads Mule J When MuTdole was told that he muloa good hammer 4 best hammer that ever WM mild le r lend perfectly balanced and the head t never flew off hammerwero divided into two deaes1st 2d rest- 1laaWi ore of the iamelfDe- of clearage l Porona Fluter l- h 2J all the root AVhen pain a cold gb kldne trouble or another lease may be treated i externally you uk for a piaster any hon lilt reputable druggUt wW give you a Don mona it to the ib bolt and ha that known too As name of for hammers the name of De llOn elands for plaaters i the real All the medicinal del that are yalaable in a plaster are in barmy of pl7lelansand draggbU and mlUl lII of the people here written as sjemfdy to bo trusted ii fiTO +e bar postage on any camber ordered iu the f United State on receipt of 26o each w- J ig Cornered Bargains in Staples 36 in heavyweight Domestic sc Extra quality Apron sc Yard wide Bleach no lime je Very Bert Bleach soft finish 8c Mnsonvllle and Fruit Loom Bleach 90 per yard heat Bed Tick to hold leathers 150 Good draw tick loc Good Cottonadc 8c roc I2C 150 54ln Red Table Linen 150 Good Bleached Table Linen 25c Entire line ol Prints 5c ain Round Thread Plaid Shirt- Ing So Brat quality Cheviots 7c 27 in all wool 400 Good Cotton Jeans 150 Our different departments are full of CORNER BARGAINS They are here yourA look from you would appre elated Allowing this opportunity pass would unwise visit at The Peo pies Favorite Trading Place Hartford Republican ContraLRnllroadTlmo 1000f xa12IdailOdam Nolndarla- mI uraaTSODm uusad lol- CONSUMPTION elfewhere Wednenday Centertown Wednesday Rockport Wednesday pleasant Wednesday pleasant hundred tbepresenti MAYDOLES HAMMERI goodhantmerheeaidNoIdont-makeapretty ETgTcarpeaterwhoaawalLaydolohammer MOydoleui separated forTuenmatto oraUm6DUhat Incomparably Maydolestood poten andMof- BeneonarLatera owar4iAcoeplnomtbbtitgtO4Iira1For CbpiItiI Ginghams guaranteed Caulmere SiloEsiSeo Kcmnnnt Shoea Good wear M 1 thou tool you got thorn at much less than wholesale prides Your choice for 81 Ask to see our new summer Cor sets CARSON Co Mr W R Sanderfur Cromwell made us a pleasant call Wednesday We can please ypu or any other man with a new Spring listC- ARSON Co Nrs Mary Williams Taylor Mines visited Judge Millers family first ol the week rAilittle infant child of Mr and Mrs Lis 1V Prentls died Monday mornlug1 String and stylish are our new Spring Shirts5octu 150 CARSON Co We have a very interesting letter from Mr J S Allen Baizetownwhich will appear next week If you have been troubled to get good Hosiery come here for relief CARSON Co Nearest your heart is your Under wear Have it right For the best come home CARSON lit Co Our prices are not high but the standard of our Gloves is very high indeed CARSON Co Boys briny Pa here for your Spring Suit and he will smile when he paya tbe bill CARSON Co Aunt Ciller Butler an old high ly rcaptcted colored ladyof Crow well died Wednesday night of typhoid fevertl Many 1 man would blush if the holes in hls socks were seen We have holeproot socks Try them CARSON Ito Mr Dudley Bennett Beda had a horse stolen front his barn Wed nell day night No clue to the thief is obtainable as yet Messrs J W Ford and T J Smith are on a business trip in the South They will vjslt Bridgeport Chatta nooga and Trenton The examinations lor tencbers li cense to teach in the public schools will Ee held tHcthird Friday nud Satur day in May June July and August and at no other time The colored teachers will have their examination on the fourth Friday and Saturday of each of the above named months c Io1rALIAIc Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROYAL tAKIM POWQCII CO dfw rote Miss Bessie Glllaspie is quite sick of pneumonia Mr Nat Lindley Point Pleasant was among our callers yesterday Mr W W Loyd Barrette Ferry waste us a pleasant call yesterday The Summer Normal at Beaver Dam will begin June 10 to continue six weeks An opportunity for teachers preparatory for better work Hurrah Hurrah Hurrah here is your Fertilizer best turn grower in the world Its going to those who come first JOHN G KnOWN ATTENTION FARMERS I have just received a car load ot the best grade Fertilizer and its all for you Come and see JOHN G KEOWN I whl unloadone car load of Eagle brand Fertilizer first Monday and Tuesday in May 10 cents less at ca- rl D L D SANDBRFDB We can start a young man or lady In the Southern Normal College at Bowling Green mighty cheap Call and get our scholarship and go to school Sheriff S T Stevens left Monday for Crawley La for a two weeks visit and outing lIe was accompa lied by Mesira Geo H Barnes and 11 B Taylor Mr Ike Seibert and Mlsa Antba Maples left Tuesday night for Rock port Ind on an elopement Young Seibert is 19 while the young lady is n1yi6 Objections on both aides to the marriage were enjoined by the parents and this caused the young hearts to seek that Indlrna city of matrimonial fame I Mrs Lydia Swain died last Friday I morning at her home near Prentice of a complication of diseases Her remains were Interred Saturday at the lame stead burying ground She was a very highly respected lady enjoying the friendship and good will tall who knew her She was the widow of Mr Allen Swain who died a number ol yell ago Miss May Gorman of the Wcda community died Tutsday of dropsy wesllerfield been afflicted for the put five years I but not seriously until within the past eight months when the disease took a inoie serious turn Our old steed and schoolmate Mr John C Barnard who has been in the hlllpplnc Wands doing battle for his country called to see us Tuesday Jr Barnard has served quite a while In the standing army having been ngaged at San Juan Hill Cuba end many other battles and skirm shes on the molehills of the Pacific Ur Barnard will engage in teaching and the district obtaining his services will be among the fortunate Those persons writing obituaries For publication In the REPUBLICAN will confine themselves to one hunt dyed and fifty words All over that umber will be charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line of 6 words per line Kindly remember this and eshall have no misunderstanding If- you will confine yourselves to prose and abstain from the use of poetry It- wl1 be a great favor to the printer No communication will be published without the name of the writer accompanies the article Mr Richard M Williams of Will lams Minesdled Wednesday of a complication of diseases chief among them was kidney trouble lIe bad only been confined to his room about- a week when the ravages ot the disease claimed him a victim IllsI remains were Interred at Goshen church yesterday afternoon in the presence of a number of friends and ojmer associates Funeral services were conducted by Dr J S Coleman aoaa+HHw Does the Baby Thrive i If not something must be i wrong with its food If the mothers milk doesnt nourI ish it she needs SCOTTS EMULSION It supplies the elements of fat required for the baby If baby Is not nourished by its artificial food then it requires Scotts Emulsion Half a teaspoonful three or four times a day in its bottle will have desired effect It seems to have a + magical effect upon babies 4 an A fiftycent bottle will prove the truth of our statements Should be taken In summer as well at winter SCOTT BOWNEmlau New York and Rev G J Bean Mr Williams was for a long while a resident of Hertford where he had many asso elates who learned of his death with sincerest regrets Marriages Wm M Likens Horton to Miss Laura Vance Horton Date of mar riage March 18 C F Westerfield Adabnry to Miss Flora Ella Taylor Ralph Date orI marriage March 23 John W Ford Horse Branch to Miss Fanny B Peyton Horse DranchI Date of marriage MarchnI B R Willett Horton to Miss Margaret Likens Horton Date 01I marriage March 2JIJames P Davenport Beaver DamI to Miss Melvlna Plummer Beaver Dam Date of marriage March 24 Those horrid fits of depression mel ancholy low spirits and sudden IrrlI lability that sometimes afflict even goodtempered people is due to tbeI blood being permeated with blackI bile HBRBINB will purify the blood restore health and cberfnlness Price 50 cents J H Williams m Decoration Day at Render The citizens of Render Williams IcHenry Taylor Mines and Bcbols J pAid Preston Morton Post G A R quite a compliment by sending in a- petition signed by over 400 names Inviting them to hold their Decora ton services in their locality on May 30th 1901 The post has accepted the invitation and the services will be held at Render school house near the graveyard where 14 of the old soldiers are buried Committees have A been appointed to see that the program is carried out In lull on this oc L melon We have a meeting on Saturday May 4 and invite all sons of veterans- to J meet us at the Court House at 2 M oclock p m so that we can arrange t Y for them to take part in our Decora J Lion day service Flags will be handed J out on May 4 for all the graveI yards where soldiets are buried All I omrades are expected to be present at W this meeting 1 Louis GUNTHER Q M r Hello Here We Are II O Shrcctets Floating Studio Ii will be at Rockport March soth and I remain until April 22nd and will go to Ceralvo April 22nd and remain un UI May tat and from there to South Carrollton May and and remain until Jay 13th theu he goes to Smallhouse May 13th and remains until May i6th next to Cnrtley or Humphreys lard- Ing 1 Nay 1 6th and remains until May 8th then to Point Pleasant May thee 8th and remain until May 22nd p e Marlon Kooks manager for T M Thompson a large importer of fine millinery of 1658 Milwaukee Avenue Chicago says During the late se vere weather I caught a dreadful cold which kept me awake at night and t made me unfit to attend my work luring the day One ol my milliners e- was taking Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a severe cold at that time which sedmedto relieve her so quickly that I bought some for myself It acted like magic and I began to im 1welledge its merits For sale by Z VayneGriffinx Bro m All persons having claims against R W estate will file same with me at Beaver Dam Ky on or before May I 1901 and have them properly proven 33t8 W R CHINN Admrfasp Do not leave home on a journey without a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy F It is almost certain to be needed and cannot be procured while you are on- board the cars or steamship It is pleasant safe and reliable For sale t- by Z Wayne Griffin Bro ms Hw Are Tour Klder f aUdIJllIallalDla CENTRAL CROVE KY April 23Rev R W Oanks filled i his regular appointment at he Bap List church Saturday and Sunday TextslIence I have laid up for me- a crown of righteousness and That which is crooked cannot be made straight Both sermons were very InterestingMiss Williams who Is at tending school at Hartford visited her parents Mr and Mrs Thos Williams Saturday and Sunday Miss Nellie McKernan who has c been quite illof appendicitis Is im provingMiss Katie Lawton ol Bicknell Iod Is visiting fi lends in this com munity Mr and Mrs C V StnrgeoaHart lord were the guests of the family of Mr L B Loney Saturday and Sun day Mr George Snell is on the sick list Mrs J P Miller and little daughter Laura visited in Beaver Dam recently the guests of Mrs Ira Fnker s0CMr W W Park and sister Miss Jnjma Hartford were the guests of ilr D M Park Sunday Mr and Mrs M G Snell of Cool a Springs visited relatives in the neighborhood Saturday and Sunday Mm Martha Ross who has been visiting relatives at Williams Mines ror several weeks has returned home Prof J Ed Daviifon Hartford was In our community one day recently Mr and Mrs Dan Altmlre and son Master Raymond Gcahen attended hurch at this place Sunday Mrs Carrie Carson who has been sick Is we are glad to report able to be out again sits P M Brown and children have returned to their home in Elm- wood neighborhood alter a weeks vigil with relatives in this community Dr D E Miller Sulphur Springs was the guest of his father Mr Amos Miller last week Rev George Gardner will preach at the Baptist church the second Sunday in May at 2 p m Mr S B Bishop McHenry was in ommnnlty Sunday AGNESIA Indorsements for W P Render We the undersigned Republicans and voters ol Ceralvo voting pre tint in view of the sterling qualities end business qualification ofour riend and fellow citizen Mr W P RenderSrdo respectfully indorse his candidacy for Magistrate in the Cen ertown Magisterial District and pledge him our support in the nom natlng convention and final election E W Smith L A Kliamel i T Allen LulU Coleman A W Howe n O Dennett II R nuhop J U heels Y C Melntlre J 11 Wood t K Hill D W Ki- rloaro nntcher C LIIU1 n A 1IUI IL Wood s1Moor 8 c Ilrown Ero4 Curtis W T Blihop U nihop T T nuhop Y n CirtU P A llllntr James Endatj J K flow We the undersigned voters of Point Pleasant voting precinct recognizing the ability of W P Render Sr do respectfully Indorse his candidacy for Magistrate in the Centertown ilagistertial District and we pledge him our hearty support J Dniklll ill Iatttnon IrdaBldwfU W cnntl1 I A Btatthn R DDIdwell EErerly WFCondlt- r A Taylor JII Emir tthe Llodle E U Jam IDE1tl1 AJCox- n Cox J H Jackson D Carry Jlr Cox T M Ilardln F O Coflman P Brown F Walttaktr W English J F Kinky C Whittaker II C Oattoi I J a Undlfj 8 W Tlchenor W Thor U W Tlchtnor h B Jackson H n Mabrcj R James Watt Jojlor tlldenTaylor L C Tajlor ale Render Frlti Jenny I W Tkb nor C 11 Ererlr If troubled by a weak digestion ou of appetite or constipation try a- ew doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Every box guaranteed For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Sunday School Convention The Sunday school workers of ordsvllle and vicinity will hold an mportant meeting at Fordsville the rening ol May i beginning at 730 m The following speakers will pend the night there and will deliver brief addresses B A Fox General Secretary J B Weaver State Presi dent Rev George V Dickey State Superintendent of Home Department Work There will be an opportunity- o hear some of the latest and best methods discussed Everyone inter sled in Sunday school work or the Craning of children is invited Have you any doubts remaining said Mrs Jones No Marlnda I- have not I took Rocky Mountain Tea last night Twill remove any ipnre thoughts in the human fami Y 350 Ask your druggist m Black Diamond 1viii stand at my stable near Small louse the present season of 1901 and will serve mares at 1600 to Insure a man with foal Money due when acts are ascertained or mare trans erred Black Diamond is 14 J hands high a beautiful black with mealy points four years old andoroned by M Allen Smallhouse Ky 35tf We pay salary of 15 per week and expenses for man with rig to Introduce our Poultry Mixture in the conn ry Hustlers wanted Address with tamp Acme Mfg Co East St nis III rho Cumberland TolephonoA Telegraph CoI- NCOIIPOUATRD Operating exchanges and toll lines n Kentucky Indiana Mississippi and connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points in thirty five tales and Territories is establishing art exchange In Hartford Beaver Dam Render McIIenry Centertown and irroundlng country They wish to make their service as comprehensive and valuable as possible and make n specialty ol furnishing service to parties living In the country within reasonable distance of the change Rites and other Information may be obtained at the exchange over Will ems Drug Store Hartfoid Ky FRANK PIERCE Manager o Al TOFtIdBean theile Kind Yon i nllsas Boait- tBllaatnn 1Ir01 eue Storm The well known Render Jack owned IY F M Allen will stand at Center town the season 1931 beginning first t April 34 8t C AJ89COTSA Bum thelhs Kind Yon Ban us2R Ecutl- dBlptUI 1Ir0f I n Census The census reports of the following districts have not yet ben received at this mice Numbers i 7 12 13 21 22 23 25 27 29 30 35 38 4i 42 44 45 47 57 58 6r 62 65 66 67 68 69 7b 72 73 74 77 81 82 84 85 86 88 101 102 103 106 107 110 112 115 117 9olored B C D H f J The census reports from the sever ul districts are required by law to be returned to the County Superintendent by April 30 We hope that per sons having this work to do will at tend to it promptly I am very truly FON ROGERS Co Snpt Some Interesting Facts EDITOR REPUBLICAN Farmers are very busy preparing for and planting corn Everybody seems busier this year than ever before farm bands are so scarce that it is im possible for farmers to procure help I have never in my life seen people so well employed I have never seen satisfaction so universal farmers can sell their beef cattle at their own fig ures and other products of the farm go at enormous prices Now if we people of Kentucky could only have our rights as Amerl can citizens recognized we would snrely be bappy and contented but ween we are barred from the tight to exercise our franchise rights and rob us of fair and Impartial juries our coundltlon Is all but happy I am glad that we can truthfully says tbat the voters In this part oi the county are in perfect harmony for the Repub lean nominees for county offices but this is only to be expected when we reflect upon the conduct of the Demo cratic party and Its record in Ken tacky within the past two years the Infamous Goebel law the campaign and election under that law the groundless contest the way Governor Taylor was robbed of the Governor ship we are not surprised that the Republicans to a man are for the ticket In view of this record ol crime and shame can any Republican lend his support to a man who ape proves of this wickedness and not on ly approves it but rolls it fair honest and wise Oh the gall that that man has who calls himself a Life- Long Republican and gives Judge Miller a send off through the Herald you are not a Republican for Judge Miller approved every wicked act ot the Goebel conspiracy to rob Ken tucky ci a voice in the government and no Republican will endorse this Do you have the audacity to come out in the papers supporting Judge Miller knowing he approves of all this wickedness and then call yourself J a Republican My my ii I had the authority to give you a name I would call you a money sucker or Benedict Arnold Judge do you re member yo1 staid over night with roe when you made the race for the office which you now hold You remember you said you were as far from being a Democrat as I was Is this not the fact my good brother I leave this to you If you now approve ol disfranchising the Republican party of there votes what kind of a thraser have you gone through since you were at my house Brother Tom do you remember when the great currency question came before the people You was a tsound money Democrat and cried fifty cent dollar on the streets ol Hartford ti How are you now on the currency question brother Tommy Have you I gone through Judge Miller thrasher b- In conclusion will say voters honestly think of bow bard the Goebel p faction tried to rob us of our liberties Then go to the poles and vote for the nominees whether or not you got your choice Very true I only lost one vote in the primary but it I should have lost all I would be just as strong for the ticket When wen ehall have done this then we can calla ourselves life long red white and blue Republicans J S AtrBN b Balzetown Ky April 23 Mothers Beware of those secret robbers of your babys quiet and health Those sleepless nights and long hours of tiresome vigil are caused by those terrible enemies of chlld C worms Destroy and remove them with WHITES CREAM VERMI FUGE Price 25 cents J II Wil Rams m Rough River Telephone Company I iXCOnrORATED at b Talk being cheapand necossarj you should patronize boson folks whore you can buy your own phones build own lines and in talking distance with the whole county and business J1 tlaRiver Telephone Compauyor n they will bentthe expense if you say Call on A E Pate Hartford Ky for particulars We connect with iH Independent Companies DONT BE FOOLED stale clue Take thaeDuIDIorllaatI keeps mule cut on each package I cents Nicer ao14 rrl Accept a 4ibtU KM aewaruMaAsk your dnifflst I About the New f Spring i Styles That something called Style is a bugbear to most mentheir mind is occupied with details of their own work and they are not suppos ted to be fully posted on what to or what not to wear Its not+ their business With us howeverf + its different Its a part of our T tbusiness to knowpart of our busi ness to impart that knowledge to you when you come to buy When ryou come in dont be afraid to ask r tour advice regarding correct styles garments thats what were tf here forwe know how to dress + you properly and you may depend JL upon our judgment Spring Styles are now ready lt4M4 tQ APRIL MERCHANDISE tr J11a BverybodysStor1Our hat which last year was regarded as best is not BO viewed iiis year Each day each hour almost each moment is def ected to produce ideas and suggestidns that will aidin ringing dignified merchandising nearer to tho unattainable Ian of porfection ty j Spring Millinery Wo wish to announco fo our patrons tho late arrival r salty now novelties which are now on sale The designs ro exceptionally good and are entirely now from any shown+ jfore H e 1 Carpets and Mattings Dont think of buying your CARPETS until you have seen ur handsome lino Wo also have a nice assortment of Lace urtains Mattings Oilcloth and Rugs I Springf Wo leave a beautiful supply of popular Dress Goods tins rubrics Heavy buying has not left our stock of Dresss Fabrics short in any of tho prevailing colors Now Goods ro being added daily to keep tho asSOKttueht complete and SP 3 offer still now novelties to those Avhohavo seen our stock oforo Fertilizers The Best is tho cheapest rite planting season is drawing ear and ovory farmer should uso somo Fertilizer With is end in view wo have fully prepared ourselves to furnish ny grade you want of tho Horso Shoo Brand from OOcts to 105 per hundred pounds Look at our New Buggies P BARNES BRO BEAVER DAna KY r 4- V u il 1h r m t 1 I emn eimimmsnmewmmm mImrD 1 llll611 AVcgcabl PrcparationorAs slmi1 UlifOod andll uli ling the SlmAths nndDo tisof PromO C3 D crful- ucssrlldRcslCcatains iClther- Opru nMorphM norM lUll1 NOT NARJOTIC n Aw tlllrt1ZLPJ1CBEIl- F + optm sRI crJam AIuJdaAnpawrJnair ISJrntW ihlfJrl1 nsllpalionWonnsCo Utsionsfe uish tress mldLOss OF SEFF- acSi nlc Signalure cf- fGtrylTCK4as NEW Yo1T1- cIt EXACT C0PY0P WRAPPER u and Free CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kirid You Have Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Year- sCASJDRIA CIHTU COu HI OOA CITY I Womans Home CompanionTHE I MAGAZINE Is In Its twentyeighth year Is 54 a month each page nby iff 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WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILEDiTUDCS BY NAIL 7G CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F emARD Sola orator 310 North Males Street ST LOUIS MO n =wwnwvvnv nnrn vw wu S WHITESCREAMORMS ikatInQadi- trFor 20 Years iasied1I Worm Remedies t WHOXiao liar vooxi aaaxxrocvsTacpGi Preparoo b7 cP JAMES F ALLARD St LoutsI rawrweraa iraeowuetnueevrwevr A BUSuINE MSEDUOATXctielunton oryounK N I reded It U iif ftrt Important to t t your training ettheaehoollbatelaadeInthoteryfrontrant t She 0ryan1 Stratton Easiness College O = Ov = == 2ren exjinrlenw tencbe m ench ono n wlnltiit In 111 line Brad- Y 6 IILO1tICC1r1ReoftblarbonlarellrererrNlhybulnMMhoaMM aIneprom Write lor fl 1011rour frr fm I O 34 I New Smith Premiers Nos 5E 6 The No6 takes paper 1834 Inches wide and writes lines 16 inches long The No 5 takes paper II Inches wide and writes lines OK inches long These new machines In essential mechanical principles are the same as Models Nos 2 3 4unjequaled Tilie for Prlnttd M tier 1eJ Smilftltremier- I tweDIrIter CO Always Thirty profusely everyIssue family are magazine if of FIELD FER w 412 Waluut Stroot Cincinnati OhioI t J J Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL J6 MANILA NORMAL SCHOOL Dr Barrows Appointed Principal and 3000 Authorized Expended Doctor David P Barrows Superin tendent of City Schools has been ap pointed ns acting principal of the Normal School by the Military Governor during this schools preliminary term tram Wednesday April 10 to May 10 this year The Military Governor has also authorized the ezpenditnfe ol 3000 Mex for the expenses of this institutionThis School as has been stated in a previous Issue of the Timer has been instituted for the benefit ol the teachers ot the public schools ol the Archipelago and besides flit municipal and provincial teachers the school will be open for applicants tc tbe position It is expected to employ the service of about forty English teachers from those now in the city in the province or who are on their way here Tht The sessions will be held in the build wg of the Girls Municipal school The normal course will be divided into four different classes under the subjects of English Geography Arithmetic and School Management aud methods There will be a number of subcourses under each subject to accommodate the teachers in va rious stases of progress This is fat the reason that the municipal teachers have bad advantages to improve themselves over the provincial leach ors Some have been studying Fang ush for two years or during theit r intact with English speaking people and nearly all have been studying tht anguage most assiduously for the past four months The brief term ol ne Normal School is intended t und off this work so there will be einugh teachers to conduct ever nurse in English in another year The course in English for example rill have a sub course such as easy lassies and other English anothe ourse in English along histories ines with supplementary studies imrth course along geographical urn clentlOc lines and a fifth course ir English grammar Under each O these the work will be arranged to bt tdapted to the qualifications of the uden tsJThe course in school management will consist of About ten lectures to bt liven on the duties and responslblll ies of school principals such as is exp cted hete and the same uumbcr ol cctures or conferences on class recitation poir ting out that which should ie avoided or attempted such as tht OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes 3 ni The kidneys are your t IllIi Impurities In the blood i K they are sick cr out doSaPans aches and rheumatism come from ex cess of uric acid In the neglectedkidneyKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thoughtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney arteriesItkidneysbut beginnlng II you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild KilmersSwampsoon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases end Is sold on Its merits M all cars 0 ample bottle by mall iton of s ami EMt ree also pamphlet telling you how to find jut If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer k Co Binghamton N Y health Mothers Few mothers art healthy because their dune are to exacting The anxiety of pregnancy the shock of childbirth and cue of young children are severe trials on woman But with Wine of Cardul within her grasp every motherevery woman In the can pay the debt of personal health she owes her loved ones Do want robust health with all Its privileges and pleasures Wine of C+ will give It you N1PCARDllI strengthens the female organs and Invigorates functions For every female III or weakness It Is the bUt medicine made Ask your druggist for 100 bottle Wine of Cardul and taken substitute under any circumstances Mn Edwin Cnn Conner ftCch1 WhIR t weckufvlwrenidahJImil4oa picked Mnwlxrria Vhen or wn kern Mwtda tIot pain 2 InucamdhdmraiwpImonabonkbwnlbdamlaa Dili time 1 itthJtt menib ba Ulr godnd WM la oboe coir two aura wiih hi Jilde fila For ttiiitrul Impror Seal lamflxUiIitxok Cod udWiuclCirJul For xlrle la cm rauirfat MeiJ irecdom tUna rrng eympbmytCa QmuooojkTcoo rt I able paper read by Senor Seyllla the other day Paul V Haley will act as secretary of the school and will receive all communications regarding it This term of night schools will be closed by a ferlesoi stcfeoptlcan views illustrative oi American which ill aimed to be highly instructive The night schools in the term have had nn attendance oi about 1930 and over 60 of these were teachers Manila Times Cnrm Erstmn and Iithlngr Ilnnion Through the blocd costs nothing to try it B B B Botanic Blood Balm taken Internally will kill all the hu mora in the blood that cause the aw ful itching oi Eczema Scabs Scales Uicers Watery Blisters Bolls Pim pIes Aching Bones and Joints Prick ly Pains in the skin oldenttng sores ulcers otc Botanic Blood Balm will matt the blood pure and rich heal every sore and permanently atop all the itching sensations Botanic Blood Balm gives tbe rich glow oi health to the skin B B B at drug stores ft Trial tieatmect free gy writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given until cured Costs nothing to try B B B as medicine is sent prepaid m For coughs and colds there fno medicine so effective as BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP It is tJc ideal remedy Price 25 cents and ycents I H Williams m THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrkeaWeek EdltlonAI most a Daily at tile Price of a Weekly The ITenldcntlal campaign U ortr bat tin world ROM OD Jut the tame and It 111 of aewi To learn this newb last a It U promptly and Impartially oil that yoo bare to do Itlook In the eolamnsof The Thrl aVrk Rdltlonot the New York World ulilch coniM to tbo cab wrllwr 1M lime syar- The ThrinyoW k World iHHgtMe a o pab usher of ant an has given It elmlatloa her rtr tbo EDKlltb language l iokenand you want It The TbrlceaWtk World ngolar nbrrj duo price Ie only 1100 perycer We offer this unequaled newspaper and THR ItKproUfUif to gather one yrar for IIM The rrirrlnr nbrrlptlon prtra of the two paper IreaT- RAVEL AND STUDY CLUBS Formed In the United State and CannilR For a VUlt to the Pan American I2spoltlon No one of experience needs to be told how much more pleasant traveling and sightseeing Is with agreeable compan ions than all by oneself There Is truth In the saving that a pleasure shard Is a pleasure doubled The fact that It Is well to know beforehand something of the nature of what la to be seen and bow to set about with the smallest Joss of valuable time and In convenience and get Intelligent Ideas Is equally appreciated by those who have wandered from their own fire sides In search of pleasure It has been the experience of thousands of visitors to Expositions that loneliness though In the midst of great crowds robbed them of much of Jie enjoyment In store and that by rcaJJn of not acquainting themselves In advance with what was to be seen they missed the things which might have appealed to them strongest In view of all this the plan of form log travel and study clubs by those who Intend vlslUng the Pan Amerlcan Exposition at Buffalo next Summer which has been adopted In many cities and villages of the United States and Canada may bo said to be an excellent one The membership of these organi zations Is composed of people of both sexes and all ages practically The objects are pleasant companionship nr rangements for transportation and ac commodations and an Intelligent and comprehensive view and knowledge of the Exposition Tho course of study tlon In this country where such a plan has been followed and second It Is said In the world The same arrange ment was followed most successfully at the Paris Exposition It Is In cooperation with the various divisions of tbe Exposition and with the committees of the Mens Board of Directors that the Board of Women Managers of the PanAmerican Exposl tlon Is to a large extent to work The following committees have been ap pointed Executive Entertainments and Ceremonies Fine Arts Education Clubs and Organizations Publicity and Promotion and Applied Arts The ma jolty of the members of each commit tee belong to the Board of Women Managers but In a few Instances ap polntments have been made outside taking In those especially adapted to carrying out the work of the Womens Board To the committee on Enter tainments and Ceremonies tolls the plcnsiint task of looking after the so coal affairs of the Womens Board previous to and during the PanAmeri can Exposition arranging entertain ments of various kinds for the hon ovary members of the Hoard who visit Buffalo and nlso entertaining many prominent women who are to be In the city during the Exposition months A large number of conventions of wo i men are to be held In Buffalo durinI the Exposition but the Womens Itofird will not In any way be connected with commit4Leowill doubtless entertain ninny of the officers and other distinguished mem hers of the various organizations meet log In the city PanAmerican year The women of Buffalo have In several Instances extended Invitations to lead ing womens organizations tq hold their conventions In Buffalo during the Exposition and with the desire to offer every courtesy possible the com mittee on Entertainments nod Core monies will doubtless do a great deal to make It pleasant fur the visiting women during their stay In Buffalo The committee on Fine Arts of the Womens Hoard In cooperation with a similar committee from the Mens Itxlyd of Directors will assist the Dl t rctor of Fine Arts In arranging for a icpresentatlve exhibit tit Buffalo of the tvorls of American nrtlcts C Cl r nteeGI900 aary Yearlytten suit Women of good nddrmi to rati BORIM tn travel Appointing iifrunu other for rxnl work looking after our lout 60OO alarjr Kunranlcwl ywrljl eatrn roinmuutlnna red eippnM rapid advancement old mtnMlh vl bonne Grand chance for rnriiMt man or 1endonentpositionthirst ArlUiatoDff Utl- SNTtrronii IMIK- MNS3Iinrrhf4iArw Ilttvrn tuna U The alcin of 0QO o ee tBegins in the Anywhere between the plantation and the coffee pot the flavor maybe changed the quality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay f- orARBUCKLES Roasted Collae buys much more than a cents worth of qualityand strength A poundof Arhllckles Coffee will rive you more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles1 Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In orb pound pAckmeof Arbucklw1 RouUd ColT there is a list of article With th Ilit It found th- Durcbuerbubought adennitalyrtofsome artlcietobeselectedby- him or her from the LUt subject only to condition that the att nature OD the packnxe li to be cat out and returned to our Notion Uept You should ee UU LIt Address all communication to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY yo Iu aria Chills IJ and 4 fo A JrerHAKCt HAKL2e N CttILDREltT TnOADULTS OADULTS AS fAT AS 1 fAT AS Ii pis PI0 I + II 9 1 G tJ4 III ISIH youHHdo not advertise their formula knowing that your would not buy JL their medicine if you knew what it contained Groves contains ri Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless H form The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine droves the p malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist will tell you that W Groves IS the Original and that ill other socalled Tasteless S Chill Tonics are imitations An analysis of other chill tonics shows R that Groves is superior to all others in every respect You U1are not experimenting when you take Grovesits superiority- and excellence having long been established Groves is the only Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections of the United States No Cure No Pay Price S- ocIiiiiI i MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Woll Pumps Hay Bale lies Coilwire Grate Bard Pipe Fittings Engine and llilor Trimmings etc Call oo McaenryI fg 14ach COD MoHonry Ky C Read The Hartford Repubhcan t 4 yd y t r L q h s- y mIIlA EvII3d e Ottlo 0e4atyp- eanltCourtW2OiienJudasl Ja flows Attorney Owiniboro 111 Black Jailers BA rmlulonertT 8UTn 8nrtS llutlord lpatjr BbrlffD U hockey T II llfuton J D Tailor W 8 Tluler CoortfonT nf Or load tll WOrtla and August and continues thrM trust nod third U6adajr la May and KoT mli r two WML- ICoontrCoorl J P MUI r Jadgtj MI Rag andCltrkt U L Henrrin Attorney Hartford SOoutt anyone Seat Monday In each mouth Qmrterly doart H glM on the third Momday In April July October aid January o1aryTaedyalters f Other OfflMn K Mniley Barreyor Banri O I Royal Aaawaoi FordttUl FOB Boir n Sthool Biptrittradrat IlatUord LW Hint Coroner lolpnar Bprl age 7xiUe Coasts n D Tajrlor CromwrllUana t JuiS Bp Umbvr r December T nol WI A llon entrtownVbniarj llWajll Asguct M Nanmber 4 INI T A Er4nl rordnD =Uarth 1 JID i bVp ember a December I INI D t OraTM Unlord Utrth n Jane N Sep Umb r It Dewmbef lt1NI a s FlUhasb Dundektmb I Jin r Sep Unbtr e iiembaINtC- outabkAT W UamtlOlat4nWBI w art Wanda J D 11011 1rtntU Jerome Alta JligalILNbaDotordtt I SStrteu tarvkce Y LcIInIIIIoun third 8neajr a l ath month atltam sad T p donllJSunday at rpm Iraytro day caning Iltr J C rtrl rector n Daptlat Clankeetrkw held reond Snnday Ip ath month al 11 a and T Po m rnyrrnwt tg rtryThind ifrilnf list nD Stan ham Pastor r 0 10 tknwhlterrk a Inl 8iadaj In sack noith at II a m and r p n ROY J D Bar I ned putor School Iruteu Hartford Jan P MUter J5QUnn W O Hardwkk W II May Woodbory T11U11o1II It Thomas e Town Tnt eR T Colllu JI Wattlnily Shelby Taylor KW Kord A I Whit IlaUo- f4acst Coc1ue A O VJT meet amind and fourth Wdnc day nUnU Knight ol Kqnlty nir UM ond sad foirth Bit urday nlghU- Kalxhti j of Honor meet ant and third astir01 irlIartord lMonday nlht In M h month llongh lUrrr Lode Nos t1 t Knight of meet tntj Tnewlay night Prestos Morton Poet No 4 0 A R IyteIilsr meetiag satrday bfonanleudy month All member of tho rMp rtlrlodgf an Inrlttd attend sit mMtlag i j Through Sleeping Car Ser vice Louisville to Jacksonville VI- ASOUTHERN RAILWAY Leave LouUvllle 745 a m daily Lean Lexington 1050 a m daily Arrive Chattanooga 550 p ra daily Arrive Atlanta 1025 p m daily Arrive Jacksonville 830 a m dally Equally as good schedule returning Alto train leaving Louisville 745 pi alagville 1 000 p m next evening 4 Southern Railway la connection 4 with the Queen Cresent Route is the only line with + 24Hour Sohndule Between Louisville and Jack sonville Superior connections atJacksonville for all points in South Florid Winter tourists tickets now oa sets to principal lesorts of Nlorldaand the Southern States olIO to Havana Kaa tsan and Potto Rico via Southern Rail 1way Information 230 Fourth Ave Louis ville A Wbedon Passenger Agent W A TURK Gen Pass Agent Washington D WM U TAYLOR A LouUvllle Ky CINEW THROUGH SirWUfrAaerrutArok CHICAGOA new through car tine his beea established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central betwesetfBvansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansvllle to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D E Ry The services Is as follows NORTHBOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Bvansvlle 73op m 730 nta Ar Chicago 7oos m 7oopm SOUTH BOUND Dally Ex Suav LvChlcsgo8gopm 830am AT Evansvllle 805 am sssopta Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining ChaIr ais on day trains Tickets of you local ticket agent j 1 ttrwiewlth asw6lkirreaetuB aaraStee iebrel14 Ao7Y4li dIeok ang 4 I swlapstlntlReen4baj0vea ni sS r4abcMes 1w a 11 OROPSYHSSpeall tamrnferdTnmaetsl54TRBSAYS oa I 6UU Iota Box JC AUaat Oa a1 t11 RtYtr 4fSQJApro5tabtetropfarmers and aril Iroprovlnr CnSGrcbulD 7 Cora i Buckwheat Rape Etcr We canyth LarnM and Brt ot IKtlon ofSedsIn the Cwtral Wt Flower LlbIPIlcI Oruand OUR CATAUXHJQ jrtrea tuft Iflfor MattedIRBB t needandWStU 5EC ata ihSseai 4 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKYey4 1V t- II 11 s r