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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f 1 THE HARTFoi REPUBLICANt 1- r t FineJobWok a Specialty OFFICIAL OBBAH OF IHS PAHT II THE FOURTH COMCSHIIVAL DISTRICT Subscription 1 a year VOL XIII HARTFORD KY fJRIDAY MAY 311901 No 45 i rOET CbantileerIThat the morning call of I tosewtw1ogap a well man But c ataa to been i aralytu atttshing gr etapotwho wakes Q athtth buralmg r 1 1 IroBng bu md a bail taste is the tItgmeasaeN i 2 aizrlnest rIIj aadd bytIJat lrisseaalioldenMed JpU Dtaoowy It 1- Mtt USe 7ri aam tIipt earn j ts- totithele a- V rl 1l1sdelkeregeaisf dlgeatiem Ieftitc M the ectivky i IbfcWiriw I ftdI and every IIib nt tcJ br the raultlag ia araa ri h irtbUod t OoHen Medical Discovery contain t J W aM entirely free from I epinin cocaine and other narcotics fvaraeotd ar + aa 4 Dr lr4MslDGr n 01 IITt ttt11XIdib t adraaidia4flhgi rIwean sae or I Itrrfar acre ate tea tolakttmat d- la 1Iwwhtt altill ranUdiM an n dIsitimm Y ITkc Adriaer aletb binding sent free by the author U 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ItAyfrOUTituxata4teokiLIJ1 LoakvW 1 1 liw lI C1II1irIIIr1i IfOf raifIWbi tin i rs 1Jd j ONFRATERNIT President McKinley SpeaksJQ- KnightsTamplars 1Says all Belong to the Brother heod of American Cit izenship PRESIDENTS SPEECH Gen Daraea Sir Knlgts Ladle and GentlemenI thank you for tbls fraleiBkl welcome I had no concep tion that I was to be treated to such a scene as is prevented here today And I want to thank ray brother Ma sons and tkeirrillllilleaaDd their friends for this more than gracloui reeetlBg which i s qulle unique ir diBeriag Itom any ofoat reception lathe lore j nrnty + hich fVchave made from the capital city of thetia tlon to this city by the sea We have every variety ol aisocla tton in the United States In tbi land of liberty we enjoy the freedom of association together lor worthy and noble purposes We have our Seater nal societies we have our church as sociations we have our political con sections but we all belong to a brotherhood to which we are strongly at tached which commands our love and devotionthe brotherhood Ameri coin citizenship under a common con stitution engaged In securing the highest rewards fur free people by pursuing the paths ol duty and hon or Great upplMise A brotherhood that represents the highest hoped not of the people of the United States alone but we believe the best hopes ot humanity A brotherhood the can never be broken It stood a great trial thirty nine years ego It111 tried In the awful crucible of war and the fraternity dedicated to lieedom gloriously triumphs So now It ia closer dearer more sacred thin It has ever been before In all our history Great applause It Is a brotherhood devoted to bn matt rights and the development of the best that is In man American liberty does not change Its quality nod American free men do not change their character wherever they go or wherever they may reside whether on the sea or on the land It is that quality and cbracter that scatter its benefits wherever it goes Liberty freedom of conscience quality and opportunity are Its passwords Great applause Whsta noble conception it Will ol the lathers The Sounding ol this government not upon the will sod judgment sod conscience of the many a government In which aU the people of every etate participate In a citizen chip that is equal everywhere equal citizenship in equal states In a Union that has never been equaled pleat applause And whether American manhood and American liberty go to Cuba or to POI to Rico or to Hawaii or to the Philippines It raises the same standard treat applause pto claims the same principles that for a century and a quarter this self govern fog people have enjjjed And this government my fellow citizens this government of the people by the peo pie is committed to the safe and sacred keeping ofthe men of this genera Icon and ol the women ot this gener don great applause and good M+ tons make good citizens applause and good citizens everywhere Masons or non Masons will foreverTprenerve this jewel of liberty in the family of nations Great applause I thank you more than I can tell you lor lpi9 warm welcome I shall curry away with me the incidents oi this memorable reception and the syroiaifiy wjilch you have been kiaj ejlAugh Ip chow me heje today 6 n j tnw Ibr Knight of- Nfc f Iw e Vt hyu prntf on silinir c uld have heel more great fz i ilmnihltijH nrUul fl g an- delsettnt1I j G8 sfh art rr i o I I V r tI s i I I c tfto irk u ii lFij t f IhAtit Ittfr ti gr Ceniumptma 1011111 rI i44li PHiudii HiVhouod atup 25 end 50 cU ru d f NJcfentc Sariipson was a mete bly wh nOrphtns C Kerr was writ hIll Well anywav he aid No ii n rrlunu ol h awn county to h nkrriChra rtRword Hrtald 3 ALIncoIn Relic Mr AC Mclllroy lathe possessor dIn wiflklnv Mick which be prizes vjijT hlphly nsnn historical relic Thai caneism de from a plank from lheflornl the old Lincoln cable in which Rout Ltcolii nnd Nancy Hankathe pnrentapf Abrflhom Lln tinidwere married end Mr Mcblrry I thinks the plank fVa the indentlcal one on which the bride and groom alnidwhllethe nutUal knot was bew lug tied The marriage borjd and the t ofthe fatteand- mother I ol tbeujlmmortaZssUncolu are 1- lr t j on record Id the County Clerks office at this place end the date of the mil rhgeas given by that record Is June 10 1806 The old cabin In which Robert Lincoln and Nancy Haul were melded and lived for several years Ig still etanclng on the tunplki near Litany thin connty In spite of the Accepted theory to the contrary a great many who have Inveitlgate thesutjot believe that Abraham LIn- coln was born InthatraLln ahbftl betake his parents moved away rom the county Some repairs have been rnade to the old house recently aDd part of the old floor was removed find It la from one of the planks of the floo that MrMcElroya waUing stick was made The plank la of ash and was cut out with an oldfaahiosed whip anwcuch as was used a hundred years ago Springfield New Leader intoeach life acme rolnff must Jail wise people dont ai down and bawl Only tools mlcide or take to flight Smart people take Rocky Mountaji Tea at night Ask for druggist An Ancient Clock Mr Joseph ience living on Noll just below Webbs Mills has a clock which he bought for fifty cents Tb clockwas sold in IMrabethtowo more than one hundred years ago by Non Willis to Isaac Limon for filty dollar who paid ten dollars on it and could not pay the remainder George Coal then a young man working In hb shop bought the clock and kept it tin ill his death he being then an ol man eighty odd years of age Josepl Pence bought it at George Cooks sale Noah Willis In passing through th county toped ut Mr Pence end tee- ognlzed the clock repaired it and 1 is now keeping excellent time Tht works are all made ot wood and tht clock was made in Connecticut Elizabtthtuwn News I costleIZ Wayne Griffin Bro m Great Carving- It r quires a profound knowledg ot political anatomy to snccesffnll carve a state Into congressional dla tricts says a Boston paper The Democrats of Missouri get 51 per ceo ol the votes and have seized 94 percent of the congressmen One Re publican member escaped the scalpel The epefatlon onenfbrutefurc rather than akillE- xtL78t9TORS8w Ban Nits Alsttt 8R 1 f ctiThe Devils Work In saying lilt weeki remarket a Wester Kansas paper tbat I everybody will take an Interest am help supply the need material our new cemetery will ptove a success we were the victim of a typographlca error We wrote creamery nol cemetery and the helish typo did the teatKansas City Star THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Whlcl Drunkards are Being Curod Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Dotas No Weakening 9 the NerVes A Pleasant and Posl tlve Cure fqr the Liquor Habit It Is now generally understood that Drunknesa is a disease and no weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use of intoxicating liquors requires an antidote capable ol neutralizing and cradicat Jng this poison and destroying the craving or intoxatants Saflerer pray now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time iron business by this wonderful Homi Cold Cure which has been perfecec after many years of close ttudy am treatment c f Inebriates The faith ful nsr according to directions of thi wondcrlul discovery is positive guaranteed to cute the most obstinati ease no matter how hard a drinker Qur tecnldt show the cwveloui tnitioo nlthnuands Drnnk xnprler industrious and up lirht men Wive cure your husbands II Chit Atari cure fur fjtheiU I This rem eUy is In nn sense n nostrum hut is a pelK 6 r this disease only and IS Yo akUlluily devised and Prepared that t Is thoroughly ouble ant pleasant to thetAllte so that it can ht given in a cup of lea or coflce with out the knowledge of the person tak log it Thousands of drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as rhauy mure have beer cured sod made temperate men hy living the Cure administered by loving friends and relxtivis without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that discontinue dinking of their own tree will Oi i not wait Do not l e deluded by ap parent and le ding improvement Drive out the disease at once and lot all time The The Home Grld Cure Is sold at the extremely love piice r l One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treat ment more effectual than others cost inn 26 to So Pull directions nc Company each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when re que ted without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world 01 receipt of one dollar Address Dept I EJwln B Giles Company 2331 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confid ential as r II uEH7itANCL PL4CHiNEtw AJCItRAIUPORT TIBUJlJIt PAN AMERICAN EXPOSITION The machinery exhibit at the Pan Amerkan Exposition will Je one of the most Important features The display of machine tools will be complete In eluding all the latest np to date Inventions It will be the largest and wont comprehensive display of the kind ever made at an exposition N r eln5J41 1J5 C1 uTile decorative sculpture at the Pen American Exposition far surpasses anything of the kind ever provided by a similar enterprise for the bcautlflcatlon of buildings and grounds Five hundred piece of atatuarywill baused at the Pan Amerlcan I u All the latest discoveries and Inventions of electrical science Including wireless telegraphy and telephoning across tho scan will be Included In tliu great displays to bo made at the Ian tmerlcau Exposition M The Womens building at tho Pan Amercrn Exposition Is designed for social purposes only Womans work will be shown side by side with that of men making a great and striking advance In Exposition methods oJ b A United States Government Life Boring Station la situated on the north shore of Delaware Park Lake In the Pan American Exposition grounds Here the means employed In sartor life along the coasts will be dally Illustrated by a crow of tho Life Saving Service j 1i 2 0 AN ACCOMPLISHED CUBAN Eulogizes Peruna as an Efficacious Catarrh Cure Gonzalo De QntsaJa Secretary of the Cuban Legation In Washington Senor Qnesds Secretary of the Cuban Legation in Washington an orato born In an article In The Outlook for Jul ISlJ9 by George Kennsnwho heard Qneaada speak at tho Eateban Theatre MltaPEIII Cuba ho laid I have seen many audiences under the spell of eloquent speech and In the grip ot strong emi tlonal excitement but I have rarely witnessed pnch a scene aa at the close of Queaadas eulogy upon the dead patriot Marti In a letter to The Feruna Medl clue Company written from Washington D 0 Senor Queaada says r Peruna lean recommend as a very good medicine It Is an excellent strengthening tonic andit isalso an efficacious cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh Gonzalo De Quesada Pernna does not operate upon thi a local teatmont It operates as a arl torn a tho usual remedy docs itlsnotitemio remedy It gives tone to the rtLiw ti JEucTIUCITY The DlTllon tit Electricity and Electrical Appliances at the PanAmerican Exposition will comprehend In Itsentirety the marvelous development along this line during the lost decade It will far surpass all former displays of this character For Its unexampled electrical display tho PanAmerican Exposition will receive 9000 bOl8 er electricity from the great plant Of the Niagara Falls Power company 2tt miles dis- tantDRsJENMEYKERGAN r No other Medical Firm la l wotW baa the ntablUbtd reooutlon for coring I Mn na Woman Tbrlr Nw U tbod Tr at mono dlicartred and pedaltae emlnent 8 aIIaltaa troartt joy Itapplaaad comfort ta thonaads o homer With 30 yeas er rlence la tJi- streamrotof dbeaaa they an laautlo Cur or No NayEmla- aeuns Nsrvuue IUblllty h7PbIU t4trtelur Glass Hccrcc Uralua ire xual and Ucutui YWcaea Kid ar Anti liladder DlWauS4 IIe1 garauua are backed by hank Bead M IFE BLOODDrhthearlnethatatte rare you feel fired orola Yonareaotru yon teal taPDaden- laoShILYDllobalolt oalln tb your Donttetyonr4 tdraled away DnXXaaranlce to Canor ao- PayBLOOD POISON3 ny hlil letheseoargeotmaoklad It mar notbea crlrn tobavelp for It may belahIIc1 to remain la the wiUrn Lire father Uka lOll Ilewa itMercurraadloUuS ueauwut Del L 4 K po lUT y enra uoFajrSCELE STRICTURE Tba NaW rot od Trealanent cures tbendlncantoaafdyndsurely No palllo ulhb DreSaICg- uarcnhe seauylorgan Theattkturollwaleabeorbedaudcsuuceceretnr Curs V Kidneys BladderDantnf elect ToarktdntTa Your aehlneVac tells the taleDot lit Doctors Oil are not beyond humaa aid- euperlmeotoitatoCanoltoPay cnnPH OOARAKTUKD NO NO PAT Coomttatlon rrde book Wrlto forQuetloulllanklrhorn Treatment tivrythtaltconndnttitLSTREETDRS I c CINCINNATIOHIO h Y weakened nerve centers and thus gives tope to the rqucoua membranes that has bodyCatarrhsome mu cons membrane Catarrh is a flabby jcondition of the blood veaaala of these membranes Fornna gives tone to thete vetiela end rostorea them to their natu ral elasticity Miss Marth Wlttkopp writes tees OreenY1IeMlcb the followIngt5Wbn- I began your treatment I had catarrh of the head noe thoat stomach and pel t via organs Iwo troubled with Ing and apl ttingcanghl cold Vary rcl7rhad Almost tfodaunt headacbt My titlllaehwas all out of order I did not llmorningbackaaiiaa iwlta rerjBerreu la fact the catarrh bad permeated my entire sytem eihd I almost despaired of gettlngwell t I wrote you for advice lad yoa ad vised Pernna I began to gala right along and am now well My paranta praise Pernna very much As for my aelfI cant apeak well enough of It I am well and happy and enjoy my lit aa I never have before I cannot rcmtm btfllJ1ea I baye falt awell as Ido nown Congressman J II Dankhead of Ala bama one of the mOlt Influential mam ibars of the House f Representatives In a letter written C from Washing ton D 0 gives his endorsement to the great car tarrh remedy i Pernna In the following words r Your Peruna la ono of tho best medicines I eye tried and no fam sly aIt0U1d be Congressman Beak beadeAbamawithout your ro remarkable remedy a Xs a tonic and a catarrh cure I know of nothing better Address The Peruna Hedlclae Co Columbus 0 for a free copy of Summer Catarrh This book treats exclusively of diseases poseur lo hot weather Is prqfusely Illustrated and should be ia the hands of every person suffering with any forts of summer catarrhA DAY DREAMS HIS IfJ were Pierpont Morgan And you were Hetty Green I Wed corner all the bowers i Wed make the sunshine oura And I would crown you queen Upon a throne oi flowers If I were Picrpont MorgandAnd you weje Jletty Green SHE If you were Pierpont Morgan And I were Hetty Green In dismal days and sunny Wed just keep making money l- And stacking it between Our happy selves my honey If you were Prerpoat Morgan And I were Hetty Green t Chicago Record Herald OAS oniADt- ultU ib KIMYR HaleMwss BNeM Bfgeataeeat C1- t HughesCliillTonic Pt Iatrble I BettcrthanCalomclQuinine Contains no Arsenic THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent GENERAL TONIC AiweUsia anreaurefur CIIILLH and FE vain Malarial Fnrt awamp rrrtra nod HU foniFtTrn t It Never FailsJust what you need at this sonMILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS S E D AT IV E SPLENDID TONIC HtinrnotwUby your DrngnUU Dont tah aa7 inlwtltot Try lteecandilde- PREPARED B- YRobinsonPettet t Co SUM INCOniOnATED Louisville Ky PanAm rl au iitioaeBest reached by the J LIN I CENTAkflI HI Through service via wimphU LoobTlll flu V clanutl and CltrvUnd effectlr on and alter say 29 and contlnUng o- fSLEEPINGI CAR WITHOUT CHANGEDE- TNEENI New r earynslp AND r n Baffqtlp 1 An evening departure irom New Or leans and a +morning arrival at Baflalo I DININGCAR SERVICE AND BUFFETLIBRARY CARSeEn root Panntara oragtntiol tin IUlnol Central and connt tlog Uar- tYNurntr DIy ruiV Alt9al N w OrltAOi Jo A BCOTT DlrUloa raur Agent utmphto A trIilIttwtoeaCIIIM01 Loaanlto ct y i t 7 a jJ t r Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 3 1 Iox MOUEftS Ltllor I =r o = =S1h = =a = JItrln 4e r J tI1rlf4I1UIlIt HallI iALC JH41 ntKBd it Hartford postoffici is sicordclns mill matter REPUBLICAN TICKET For RprllIaUALVin N HKJIKK1T for Connr Jndtr FOK HUtiLIM ForConntyVOOrI Clerk WH KAULANO For Comity Attorney II LIICAVHINTorKhtrlfl CAL rUKonx firchool iiprlnt tsdeal JAHEM MKWtESi FnrJiillcr ThOMAS lllllA IS ot Far iicsnrI FKAMi IOM r- ForHnrvryor JUliN II WOOD FororoHer llnX L WAVIM l Jttl UlgJm w sI Foil AUINTIlIttqIUllIIIiTawtIWe aw nnthorlwd to DDOflS Ge WirW10 a wiodldaU lor MIatra In Ut fromwpl- lloglterlal liMtrtct nbjct ot athau iftkc 1IDIIIIIrl1 we art authorind to nnnoiiiiV- V J UAIKT AMDeildoltor llirtitrnto In ftJoo Crorawfll JtUHHtwIiU IHMrut mbjtrt to tW action ottbr Ktpuuflran part TURn IISTRICTIwe an mihbrltnl JOIIX M UIIAIIAM At a candidate for Jlontetrnte In th IInlburirtnn llBjrttrrll Mrtrict nebiKt to tlm ul pufly FIFTH DISTRICT Vfr nn authority to announce JO HAM tA n mndhlnU for iiirt trnte In the Ilulord uauMfrlat IHntrtct alrct to th act4ou o- ftbfDublfun loarlIKIXWI IJIITJIIITIVa are anthorlffO to announce W 1 lirMdlt Hit It a MD Idate for Uariotratr In the CVotrrtoita l dtr4nI IlUlrM ubett to tift a Uon ol the I tjtibfltin party NEV1KTII DISTIUCT We Off authorlod toanuoiair 1 UHIUY lOWT A ttoekpoitIoghtrkilkrpubllmn 1uttj SOUTH CAROLINAS TROUBLES Senators McLvturiu and Tillmau of South Carolina have resigned theirI seats in the United Slates Senate andI are submitting their records and pubI lie conduct to the voters uf the StateI for their approval or jction cI Liuriu had two years yet to terveI while Tillman had six Etch charges the other of not being a bynl Democrat McLaurin says Tillman is u Pop ulist while Tillman accuses him ofI being a Republican McLaurin is a strong advocate of sound money and extension declaring that this Jis theI doctrine of tbe new South which by the way is true He htl8 been con suited heel by the Prwident andI has bad more to do with the distribu thin of federal patronage in South I Carolina than any one else which fact fired TillnMn who is charging McLaurin of endorsing Republican theories and principles thus attempt ing to arouse ignorance South Carolina atmosphere is not wholesorce to Republicanism and if llr Tillman succeed in couviicing the ignorant dieses that the conduct i of McLauria has been fcrorable toIRepublican principles bwill 08tac4sed his oppoueot politically These men have consigned their cause to the fates of a primary electionI throughout the Slate awl the 41 man buries hie senatorial toga for ever so far as he and South Carolina Democracy are concerned Eaoh 61E them kas his followiiig both are able aod shrewd leaden debaters of acIknjwledgo abilityaul they will measure their lances frum the platform In all probability Tillman nil gain the Victory but if be doee it will certtainly be to the discredit of Carolina Instead of opposing expansion Rndt sound money the South should beItheir strongest advocateH The ex largedlckthe Southern product for the markets tadRntage UnitedStatescaries of the expanded America and when the Isthmian canal shall have been built and the Atlantic connected a with the Pacific a new era of pros d perity will rtign throughout the o Soiuh Expansion is decidedly to the iuiciest of the South We see no t reason why the South should make a free silver its god1e resources abound in neither of the precious metals and why she hilluillwant a dishonest fraudulent dollar worth s jotty six ceuli instead uf an hUIICiII one one that can raite iul I J- I sublimely and proclaim tbroughou all the world My Redeemer Liveth is being debated by the very bee scholars and financiers It is to b hoped that the oldPalmetlo State will accept the opportunity of setting an example to the sister States in Dixie a DISINTEGRATION seems inevitable among the Democratic candidates One of the boys is reported to havi said that he could not so mucha dream that he would ever get to rat lie Tom lacks keys and it is re ported that the friends of the money bag candidate are prevailing on him to withdraw from the contest We do not know how true these rumors are but the aspirant will know after November 5 Mr Smith is urging the old soldiers to vote for him be cause be too was a soldier Really who ever heard of a battle that had Mr Smiths attention What hat beeme ot his gun We understand he promised not to offer for office any more if elected this titneor defeated ellas a matter of course a man ctmt hold office after death and as he has spent a life time in office and grown fat at the public crib it is but reasonable that he would arrive at this conclusion Just how well Judge Miller will succeed in waking the Populists believe he still has his foot on the neck of the Democratic party and the Dcmoarats that he has been since 93 and is slill a Democrat is not known but it is believed that mutiny will burst out in the camp when the ball is opened POLITICS not oaly makes queer bed felJow but it makes men do queer things We could not help but re flect yesterday as we reviewed the old gray headed veterans that one conspicuous visitor who bad been conspicuously absent at all previous occasions where the heroic vets of tbe 60s were paying due tributes of re epect to tbe immortal dead Ofcourse this policy work goes in its place but it is entitaly inopportune for a man who claims to be a federal soldier and has all this while refused to ally himself with the grand army organ ization and who has never been in a 30th of May celcbratioi to mix with the old band for political purpose only It takes lets taffy and less demogoguery for an old soldier than toy other class of citizens This is that need be said Quit Democratic brethren have- been very boastful of their ticket because of the money power behind the throne It is generally understood that the present Democratic ticket expects EUCCCCS to come to it for so many dollars and cents In other words they are going to buy their way thrjugh It wouldappear that alter having served a life time in the office and drawn someloooo from the public crib it is possible to buy tome things Betides some having ac cumulated enormous fortunes in of lIce others have grown financially in dependent at the expense of many I poorlmrd working citizens Will these fellows be permitted to buy Ohio countys offices The answer comes In unmistakeable accents No WE have often wondered whether r not a man deserves anything at the lands of tbe people of Ohio county who said a vote for Ycrkes is an en i dorsement of all the lawlessness at Frankfort last winter Wonder what this lawlessness refers to Can it Je to the unprecedented conduct ot tbe DemoOoelielite leaders in over browing tbe will of the people that was recorded at the polls What is Taylorism DJ we understand that oting for and electing Wm S Tay lor Governor to be Taylorism or is it Taylorism for Republicans to demand fair play and a fair trial This talk- a all bosh its to detract attention rom the infamy of the Goebel con test and its attending eviIand the nan who claims to be anything but a Gocbcl Democrat and talks about lawlessness and Taylorism is a dema ogue rotten to the core =COL H M KELLY who resigned Ls editor and Albert S Dielzmanwho resigned as manager of the Louisville Commercial a little over three years ago have attain taken charge of that paper and are preparing to give the Republicans of Kentucky an organ may feel proud of During the retirement of Messrs Kelly and Dielzmon the Ommmol was under he control of stranger unfamiliar itb State pMitica antIa number of blunders were made Mom Kelly find Dietzman who are now in con rolagain are staunch Republicans ihoioughlv posted Rd to State and na ionalaffairs and will no doubtmake he Commrnal the idol of the Re publican party IT has been suggested that the armors meet iu the grand jury room t the court house in Hartford Mon ay at oclock 1 pm for the purpose- f discussing plans for a permanent rganization Nothing could advance he farmers interest more rapidly than u organization of the farmers All titer laborers and professional men re organized for their mutual good ind they have found that nothing is o advantageous t them as a thorough irgauization and exact understandingIif purpose We t see the farmers perfect an organiza tion that wouldtaftke tlicm etafid for each others interest and for the- o mutual interest of all THE Supreme Court baa decided that the constitution does not follow the Dag but the power is with Con grees to deal with our new possessions The course of the administration is up held by the court thus giving s Mr Bryan another black eye The islands are now in the hands of the American Congress to legislate for and to control We truly hope that the inhabitants ot the islands will find in the American government a true friend tutor and guardian which ye believe they willas others will bear witness TUB Forum for Juno is just out giving the public many valuable are ticles on modern politics The Forum is a rnontby journalwhich every pro gressive man should have Its discussion of political questions are ex cellent and should be in the library ofevery teacher and professional roan We cannot recommend it too highly to those seeking information on current history FROM some reason reports are being circulated over the county that cer tain influential Republicans are going tosupport some part of theDeraocratic ticket As a matter of course these false alarms are put out for eflect Mr Saud ford Brown nailone of them to the wall in a strong letter this week Mr Brown was reported tor Bmith for Clerk and we under stand that Mr Smith is the author of the report There u no occasion for any Republicans swopping any Republican candidate oil for everyman will be elecjed this fall by a handsome majority It is the plain duty of every loyal Republican to stand firm for the nominees for in the language of Brown It is the best ticket the Republicans of Ohio coun ty have ever put in the field PROSPECTS for Republican victory were never so flattering in all the his tortof the party as it is this year in Ohio county Tidings come from every section ot the county and the result is already foreseen The onlyI thing for the Republicans to do is to push their claims on the old line of ot battle and our victory will be crowned with the greatest majority we have ever recorded MEiirnia has accorded the old confederate vets one of the heartiest welcomes they have ever received It was a cordial greeting which will long be remembered by the warriorst WHAT is the dif rezice between a demijohn and a deirt ogue One isI clothed in wicherwork the other inI deceit BRAINS and money did you eayr Where does it belong How abou a jug of old BourbonIThere la more Catarrh In tbl aertlnn ol the coaatrj than nil other utacaef put together and I until tb lafi few yean waa ftnpp Md to be incurable For a great many yean docton pro nounwlltaloral UU ix end pmtrlued local nnellM and by conntantly lalllair tocnrawltb local treatment prouonnrrd It Incurable Science bat catarrb to be a constitutional dU e n and therefore requires conttltutfonal treat TnI iatarrhl nre mannfaeturedby P To Toledo II U the only ronmltn NI cure on the market ItU taken Internally In done from 10 drop to n tenn poonfnl Itacta directly on the blood and mucnt nrface ol the yitem They oiler one hundred dollar for any raw It fall to cure Mend for drcnlan and tentl monlaU AldreeeFJCIICNEYCOTiedoO Hold by Drunrlit 74 Hall Koinlly 1UU nn the boot Tho CumborlandTolophono Tolegraph Cotl- XCOIlPOKATEU Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentqcky Indiana Mississippi and connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points In thirty five States and Territories is establishing an exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam Render McHenry Centcrtown and surrounding country Theywish to make their service comprehensive and valuable as asI ble and make a specialty oi furnishing service to parties living in the coun exchange try within a reasonable distance of theI Rites and other information may be j obtained at the exchange over Will tarns Drug Store Hartford FRANK Kyj For a tkthere is better than a free application of berlalna Pain Balm It ChamI lieves the stifJaess and feeling a complete cure For sale by j Z Wayne Griffin Bro- CENTERTOWN m KY Mr F M Allen and Mrs Julia Bishopof this place were quietly married at the home oi the bride on the evening of the ijth and have t3k1 en up their abode in the neat home of Mr Allen on North Church street We wish all pleasure and peace fpr this couple that is possible for them to have In this Hie Mrs Alvin Rowe attended the Elks I Carnival in Owensboro last Mr W P Render Jr of two months in Louisana weekI again He reports very the South and the people Mr Call Denton and family oflr YJngton are visiting relatives and friends hue Robert Rowe and family pf Render arc visiting relatives here this week Mr Elijah James and wife Mesrrs M B Woodward and M J Brown ol Point Pleasant visited relatives here last week I Mr Owen Cash of Bremen passed rftrt1lastMr G T Tinsley is slowly recover log from his recent Illness f Mrs H H Davis is out gain after several days sickness Our Sunday school Is doing good work but why dont more young men and young ladles take apartin the good work cant you lead MAY Nothtng has ever been produced to equal or compare with Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment as curative ond healing application for Piles1jsures- blind t and bleeding externairor in ternaland Itching and Bleeding ol the Rectum The relief is immediate and cure infallible Price 50 cts in bottle tubes 75 ctamWatterson vs Bryan NARROWS KY May a igti Cols Watterson and Bryan air haviu a spat what makes purty in terestin readin Col Bryan pcrsltts in damning every Democrat cho will not accept the Chicago and Kansas platforms as irrevlsable declarations of Simon pure Democracy and Col Watterson insists that Democracy has been twice damned already by fallow log Col Bryans Incompetent leader ship DryaD says Watteisuu tIt a good Democrat and Watttrsorrrfclbits that Bryan is a telfuh and npapAble antI thus the war goes on However the contest Is unequal Tfhe Nebraskan an attractive talker but his magnificent voice and graceful gestures which have won him fieare not transferable to thd printed page The Rentl klan is a trained and resourceful newspaper writer without a peer among his political associates He is not a statesman but as a politician in the broad sense he perhaps again out ranks his fellow partizins But Bryan has immediate if waning prestige that entitles him to be heard Mr Bryan contends that the ship is loaded to her guard with precious and Imperishable freight and must port the whole or perish at sea Mr Wattsrson avers the cargoTis pthethat may be picked up in the wake of the enemys boat The Kentuckian has been In irons since 96 bpt the Nebraskans sailors are becqmlng mutinous and we shall wake up some of these fine mornings to find the gallant KentuckIan at his wanted place in the pilot hourc ot the old Democratic liner shouting port a hoy But the giim old mariners years ire tqo numerous for him to ever moor the battered old hulk in the placid Potomac SHAMROCK HORSE BRANCH KY May 27We have had a good rain everything looking well except for he cool weather Farmers generally are done plant lag corn and have begun preparing or tobacco Cut worms are doing great dam ge to corn A good game of ball was played be tween Horse Branch and Hopewell nine yesterday in favor oat Horse Brarch Everybody enjoyed the ame Mrs ella Baize visited her father tod mother at this place Sunday and Sunday night Mr W A Miller and wife visited ifs wifes parents at Millwood Satnr lay and Sunday Quite a number of our young folks ttended the Carnival At Owcasboro last week Mr T M Bond visited his sonsI Oscar and Miller Saturday night andI 1 JEADAIIPain cyeP Heavy pressure 1 in your head And are J you sometimes faint and tonguCJyour mouth And does S your food distress you P Are nervous and ir 3 rltable Do you often Andaare you I sleeping Thou your flVBP If 3 alt wrong But ther is a cure p j Tis the old reliable They act directly on r the liver cure constipation biliousness sick headache nausea and dyspepsia Take a laxative dose each night r theyleaveI t Family PillsI II DfIInIsfrlaycured c jourI t notFr aE WjkLTroBU aJnly U 1M9 Salem JUoi 0 Vfrlta tho Doctor r wrun u f 7hreeivprnp r Lonll Mill k eejk unaylipt1f has been inour town for some time Smallpox Is almost a thing of the ha1buftnoMr W M Gentry has rented the cottage of Walker Myate aad moved in same lie la nignt operator at this placeNo doctor yet and no sickness to report Miss Blanch Ament goes to Bow lof Green today to visit her sister Mrs Wallace Graves I understand Mr Luther Rogers is a candidate for Magistrate in our Mag isterial precinct We leave the great est confidence In his carrying our pre elect both parties will support him at November election You would think politics was dead but loot out in November we hive no sorebe ds in our precinct We have as good a ticket in the field as we ever hadand our boys all know what they are doing and when the voting is over In November we will have our part ol Goebelism buried so deep It never will be heard of again C Mrs J No matter what can sea facial eruptions absolute cleanlloeM inside and out is the only way to cure them Rocky Mountain Tea taken this month will drie them away 3SC Ask your druggtltI I ikins to Speak State organizer W M Liklns will speak on Prohibition at the following times and places in Ohio county All at night Narrows Saturday June 8 Fordsville Sunday June 9 Hartford Monday June m u vy Many a fair young child whose pallor has puzzled the mother until she has suspected rightly her darling Wilt troubled with worms has regained the rosy hue of healthwIth i tew does of Whites Cream Verml loge Price 250 COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE KY May 27Mr Estll Arbuckle and Miss Hettle Coleman were married Wednesday afternoon Several from this place attended the interment of Mrs Simmons at LibertyMr Mrs A D Taylor and little son Mud spent Sunday afternoon at Mr E E Rogers Wr Willie Coltman ol Pleasant Ridge spent a few days last week in this neighborhood the guest of his ftther Miss Orpha Stevens Is visiting Miss Wlnona Stevens of Hartford weekMr and Mrs Eitll Arbuckle spent Saturday night with her sister Mis J HStevens of near Beaver Dam Mr and Mrs c M Tayloi attended church at Liberty Sunday Mr Pon Rogers spent Sunday night with Mr Emerson Rogers Mr A C Stevens and family vis ted his mother Mrs Harriet Stevens Saturday night Prof B H Hodges and sister Miss Lutitla attended the ArbuckleCole man wedding last week S B P- In ConstipAtion Herbine fiords a natural healthful remedy acting promptly A few small doses will usually be found to so regulute the excretory functions that they are able to operate wltbou any aidwhatever Price 500 m L Preaching Rev T H Watson D D will preach at the Alpha Baptist church text Sunday morning and afternoon REV J H MAY Pastor Ballards Snow Liniment cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Headache Sick Headoch Sore Throat Cuts Sprains Bruises Old Sores Corns and ill pain and inflimmation The most penetrating llmlment in the world Price ascts and 50 cts m Will Burn Him at the Stake Tampa Fla May 29 Business in the little city of Bartow Pla is en tirely suspended to day the citizens ol that place being engaged In a man hunt Pied Rochelle a negro Is the party wanted He id charged with assaulting and murdering Mrs Rosa raggert of Bartow yesterday Rochelle it is alleged cut oU Mts Ttggert nose and otherwise mutilated her body The people of Bestow pent avow that they will burn Rocbelle at the stake in the public Fqimeof the town U ts believed Gov Jennings will order out the ml1 it la to preserve the negros life if be is captured One thousand wen with dogs are In pursuit Unless a woman eats sufficient ourishlng food she can neither gain lor keep a good complexion Food hen digested vlt Is the base of all ealth all strength and all beauty lerbinc will help digest what yru at and give you the clear bright teautlfnl skin of health Price 50 and 5 cts Nasal catarrh quickly yields to treat neat by Elys Cream Balm which is greeably aromatic ft Js received rough the nostrils cleanses and eels the whole surface over which It ifluses Itself A remedy for nasal atarrh which is drying or exciting to he diseased membrane should not be red Cream Balm Is recognized as specific Price 50 cents at druggists r by mall A cold In the head iui lediately dUappearcs when Cream iAn is nsed Ely Brothers 56 War sn Street New Yuk to Con Cwmtlpmtlon Forever I Take CaKarets Candy Cathartic 100 or I5c I t OOO fill w rare refund mousy I I a r 11ie n IfuraeeompRnl l in crup In tloiis on tbe I18re throat copper plolchestrVu tae rapid headway acid far wane symptoms follow unlcts the Mood It promptly nod effectually cleansed of this poison S a S is the safe and Infallible cure for this disease the only antidote for this specific poison It cures the worst cue thoroughly permanently u ceidlilei CHIcl nllItJ dlavetrnlm8I1Idmythrustwith copper colored fplotehei cad offeiulvt painstor lho e ffllrte I I wu nn a1ro1 I had aluut lost itt hope of ever Wing well again whoa I decided lo S S sbul nines conleu I had little filth left In n medldoe After tikine- thethirdbCttteuollcd a In m eondU lion lhLswtrulyen and I deter mineIto1reLSathorough jthittlmeonthelmvrove jnent msapIdj 88 Sto Stir the ill eais completely under L control ports and uleera heated and I witsqon free irninall signs ior the diorder I have I been Mroni and healthy over store 1 W SMITe Lock 1101 6sf Nobttvttle lad SSSpurifierknown istheonlypurelyvege offered for proof that it contains a particle of poisonSendit contains valuable information about this disease with full directions for self treatment We charge nothing for tncdi cal advice inreyourself home THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA ell n CENTRAL GROVE KY May 28 Mrs E M Miller is on tbe sick lIstaMiss Mary Matthews Hartford spent Saturday and Sunday at her home The musical entertainment at Mr D M Parks Saturday night was ant enjoyable affair MIss Yerda Shoulders visited rela Lives near Ceralvo Saturday and Sun dayMiss Nina Maddox Beaver Dam spent last week with her cousin Miss Violet Loney Miss Ora Miller Williams Mines Is visiting relatives in tbe community Mr C L Loney left yesterday for Nashville Tenn where he will at tend Oraughons fieriness College Mr G II Asbb and wile visited in Hattford Saturday and Sunday the guests of Mr Aihbyjs sister Mrs A D White who is sick Mr E G Rboads Williams Mines was the guest ot Mr C L Loney Saturday nights Mr R N Loney and daughters Rosa and Myitle visited Mr Bib Matthews near Ceralvo recently Mr Willie Iglehatt and wife attend ed church dt Waltons Creek Sunday Mrs Dora Miller who has been in ill health for several years Is not much improved Mr J T Rowe and wife visited tel atives near Cool Springs Saturday and Sunday Mr Marvin Miller Louisville is visiting his mother Mrs Elvira MIU lerMiss Maude Park Beaver Dam accompanied by Misses Matte Austin Nura Maddox Bessie ttarnes May Burr and Essie Williams spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr D M Parks Mr O M Bishop attended church at Waltons creek Sunday Mr D W Williams Hartfjrd was in the community recently Mr U S Paught and family at tended Childrens Day exercises at Hopewell Sunday Miss KIty Berrytnan was the guest of Miss Rosa Loney Sunday night ACNKSIA I Prohibition Convention To Ohio County Prohibitioulst A convention Is called to meet at Hartford Monday June root the purpose of nominating candidate for J S t An Array of Bargains 1 J S Which would be hard to duplicate anywhere big cities I not expected a Spring and Summer Novelities j Which are uplodato in style and down to tbe last notch in price v 4I Seasonable Dry Goods Which Includes everything for the wear of penon and ornament of bous These Timely Inducements Make trading profitable and at the I IrnIWeoften do thisbut they would be nothingrnew for our store for the public f come acquainted with the fact that prices at our store are just as low as those found blylower 1 We will not be undersold nor outclassed 4 We invite the custom and tho scrutiny of those p rsons who want their full moneys worth at every purchase Our large and increasing trade is the best evidence ife have of the pleasure and the profit of our odvaIltngcselsewhere n no Our Specialties J We want to impress you withour Specialties as follows Ladies Dress Goods Clothing for Men and Boys Ladies and Gents Furnishings including everything forI01enthoI tie old or young stylish or plain Mat I tings Carpets Umbrellas Valises Parasols HouseFurnishing Goods Notions f you neednt go any further youll fin it here Everything in Dry Goods He i member the place I I R 1 Collins HartfordI the various offices to be filled by the next election Vlllallthe enemies ol the saloons in Ohio county meet us- at Hartford and help In laying out a wboIportant I shall be there myself God being willing and do what I can for our cause The hour if 3 pm and a mass meeting at nlgbtV IIKINSI State Organizer T S SNnrrr Worm Knnwlnv- MjMnncnu In It Hoolh proves hugh I SlalartalFeverhales no Ar tnlc tlanrnntwdtrlt At Drug 715IA Very Remarkable Remedy- It is with a good deal of pleasure and satisfaction that I recommend Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Watch our next I 4AA lady customer seeIng the remedy exposed for sate on my shoe car said to me I really believe that medicine saved my life the put inn II acer white at the shore and she bt clime iso enthusiastic over Its merits that I at once made up mind 19 re commend It in the future Recently a gentleman came into my store so overcome with colic pains that he sank at once to tbe floor I gave him c helpedhlJUteen minutes he left my store stalling by informing me that he felt as wellIas ever Sold by Z W yne Bro m Y CATOXlX w 31 JBlpatan x t iCOFFEE gj I A LUXURY WITHIN THE IIEACH OF ALL 1 advertisement Js THE lion does picket duty for yotlSjand prevents adulteration and iimpurity from entering into your pack or ofLION COFFEE n When you buy an unbroken package Lo Jis ating A single ppun4 makes 40 cups No other coffeo wflgo so far You tf youtry Ph 1 andnothing K he tro Inevery package of LION COFFEE you w11l find a f I1tliltrattdlIst No housekeeper in fact no woman man boy or glwilUaU to la iid descrIptive which will contribute to theu happiness comfort tnd convenience and which 1e artkle simplycutUng out a certain number of IJon cJ ne liyewrappcrs ofpackaaeI which Is the only form lu which thiS excellent IlOrd One Und leak WOOL5GH lItJQJeo fOI8Oeo O 1 i 0 s II c 4 i I 0 f 4W- vr l tPPPiiiPrPPPPPPM I Make Money 1 And tim very way to do this is buy your goods Itto Hartfords Trading TcS1 EBYsodolngyour Dollars percent will earn for you I our have Hose UOle one color all w NVH5 II a heavy ribbed last color black tcaralek Iloie warranted wear alj iliti CJ to special ilk No ladies last com moo full regular YBnd a good Hoso for I eel new w ui proves Jautly IZUU anti Juu IIi Shoes all laits wean them Quality down 1 away up away Shoes fail on for w r Wo want youi I IOiiigsong and high- ests a paid 4rhio place is L r l PAID all to I I M q tard tklig ect ndiy tltoe ertb Bon ad oalb Round N3 s m dudlIOa ia- o 102 dufMp Ia o 91 da v IS1 diI1Si m irtlRtlU No 1M tfm TWam NoUSda2ro pin In ilnS b dvoIt Por fresh Candles at Sin EJna Gnffln in visiting In I I Jilr R 0 Rowe Render called to us i and Cake all l Fred Long attended court A b the week jficeit Cnetbe tine Crckeis in t I Office JI1 Mr J W Kowe Kinder called to see is H J Ney Poster 1 this week i JJfquC r Woodward called Jo see Annie KQWl litl lUng Mies Mabel rf Trr Cherry Orange and r Ice cold Mrs Susan Kahn Ky Mrs J A Thoraas confined her room is her trouble I Mr Mfr of Render mines has ben In IIL Vetr Mull Will commence Cdidlng June d r ilbe i tSlJI r jI a Ct l r Let us advise with you tLls wk about your loot Frat HOSIERY SPECIALS We received a line the cefe 10rILl1dIwith tbin In price quali Our No 14 is a childs Sad black ribbed tcatnlew well tna4 and to be the bea- tbc mad Try paIr and yon will buy no other Our Nu 10Jaa child tad black Huso rjbbed ex Ira eiics from J5J to 10 R reitular atC quality for 25c Our U boys to like leather 10 our price 68a plain black Hoe mad tcarnlees pairAikAJCOpdour ace Office of Shoe Specials I We handle the ebrated 3Ipgus that there II none that compares with It lor wear or a pair for every IIOU 6OU 0U71cFrieemejer on the Everybody who them praIse prices When you want dont to call UI Prlesmeler goodIII EggeWoolHanii J1athers 00 f1N TO dII1 Noifl No fjOral nice call first town is flj tn MiI at la to this ween lies and late t AXl TIflcAMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY IncorporatedCAPITAL 2500000 IRESERVE SURPLUS 12500000 AMOUNT COUPON HOLDERS 200000 Address correspondence HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KYtGOOD TERMS FIRST CLASS AGENTS f Hartford Republican FRIDAY Y31II if lllIiotSCOntraIRalIroadTImo1Ta I3OQtnoofl Noindopirap AeiitI grOffice bUY eckpottV I tcrrnce- j IceCrcam Tuesday Sherbet jci atSlnger Wednesday Master visiting Loulivlile Centertown Wednesday ndDavlesscoun Hnbbntd Blackberry Phosphates Singer Mlddlesboro isvl8tlng lelaUyerluCromwell Nervous prostration tjsaliis attendance ntcourt tkgJuwo tplHvifoTd tj f oveanng guaranteed icamleei quality lrIesmeert Batiifactiun guaranteed pairP liliCililaeiltlaC III you want a refreshing drink of Soda Water Lemonade or Phosphates call at the Singer OmcetMiss Ethel Moreland No Creek is visiting Miss Mabel Hubbard anda Attending cpmmcuceiuent Wagon wheels refilled ten dollars I per set A B Row Centertpwn Ky Capt S K Cox returned Tuesday from a weeks visit to his daughter I I Mrs J H White Charleston MoaI Practical and scientific borteslioelng 8tij Misjes Hula Drake and tuna Robina son Klrkmnnsylllc arethe guests oft Mr W B Render family this week Misses Dena and Gutsle Woodward Ceutertown are visiting the Misses Bennett and atendlAg commence tnent I Miss Bvra Brown Centettown is her sister Mrs Pon Rogers and attending commencement this week We will deliver Cream and Sherbet to any part oi the city Rongh RiverI phone No 32 Cumberland phone No 46 3 rings Sro R OFFICE Mr Clayton Patton of Adahburg a graduate of Hettfotd College is I In town this week renewing old ac qiialntancea and attending commence mwtII LOST One red cow with white on j hips both horns slipped one broken at the end unmarked Any inlorma ion concerning her will be thankfully received MRS RACHKt FBBOOSON j Beaver Dam Ky I I The Balne lecture nt Beaver Dam the 6th of next month promises to bet the best nnd most attrctlve event ot commencement of the Seminary It j Is a literary treat that all should par- takeI of havebeeoII Hall has been crowded on every occa slbn The graduating class will speak this evening The degrees Till be conferred by Mr H P Taylor LI mu 1 i 00 ALB KIN6 bsowrnY RE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROYAL lAKMO 9OWQC II CO ftlw VOttK For delcioustrrHtn and Sherbet call at tbe Singer Office Miss Annie Bennett Beda Is visit ing her sister Mrs C M Barnett Miss Arabia Ford Fordjvllle isj visiting Dr and Mrs E Wlord Mr Ihnry Eskridge Louisville Is spending a few days with his sister Mrs G n Williams Mrs A P Stanley will return to diy from a three weeks visit to rela tives iu Lawrenceburg Mrt ii R Cook formerly Miss Charlie Sanders Owensboro is visit- Ing Mrs C M Barnett Mr B P Nealwho has been quite sick for the past two weeks is Improving and is now able to sit up Miss Mattie Pirtle left Wednesday for VersalllesKyto visit her btuther Sbewill be absent about three weeks Mists Margaret Brunton Beaver Dam end Emma MortonCentertown ure visiting Miss Bessie WIlliams and attending commencement exercises Dr Brigga telegraphed yetetday evening that it would be impossible for him to reach Hartford last night The faculty has arranged for Dr Brlggs to lecture tonight Instead ol list night and conrt hall will doubt less be well filled Last night the graduating class appeared Dr R Goldstein ine Louisville op- ician will be in Beaver Dam May 30 1 and lee 1st Thursday Fiidvy nd until Saturday noon Eyes exIamlned and glasses scientifically justed Office at Pierson Hotel Con sultation and examination free We are very glad to learn that rof John B Taylor has von the confidence oi the people of Middles boro as we knew he would and will be retained as Superintendent of the Mlddlesboro schools during the next school year This isa compliment to Prof Taylor to Middlesboro and Ohio county We congratulate our old friend and school male on his good fortune Mr B R Williams near Roc prt has a twenty dollar bill that was made by act of Congress ut Philadelphi- an 1778 Tbe bill is about the size of an ordinary bill of our present currency in width and about half as long It was payable in either gold or silver lls greatgrandfather Mr milD res it as pay for services In the Revolutionary wir in 1779 and lisa been banded down through the fsmU ly as a souvenir ot the Revolutionary age Mr Williams is quite proud of his relic and he has good reasons for prizing it so highly There are tew such bills in the country This is the only one we have ever seen The Hartford and Render base ball eams met at the fair grounds Saturday and measured their strength at base ball At the conclusion of the game the scales registered Hertford light weight3 scores Render heavy 18 scores After the game he boys had a good deal to say about how the game was lost Alter it was ll over it was little trouble to locate the cause of the forced capitulation The discussion of the deleated nine after the ball is over just bow a victory sboulp be won and how It would have been bad certain fellows come up with their end of the strings quite as interesting and equally as- musing as the game on the field After the battle has been fought to a finish and lost it is an easy matter for the failure to be seen but these failures should be turned into success nd the way to do it is to prepare for he work in advance of the game After it is over it is then too late to make amends Our boys go to Central City to morrow to win a halo oi lantels for their good names In which contest they have the best wishes of TUB RBPUBLICAN How To Gain Flesh Persons have been known to gain a pound a day by taking an ounce of SCOTTS EMUL SION It is strange but it often happensSomehow the ounce produces the a it seems to start digestive machinery going prop eriy so that the is to digest and absorb his ordinary food which he could not do before and that is the way the gains made A certain amount of flesh is necessary for health if you have not got it you can get it by takingV ScOtlSImaJS You will find it just uweird In rammer as and you are thriving upon it dokt stop because the wiatfrar b warm 5t nd JIJM sit drajfbu SCOTT DOWN Owmhti 1iw Yuk h D J K MADDOX IREV fn1iiMatrimonial Troubles by an Exparte Council The matrimonial troubles of Rev D J K Maddox the well known Ohio county Baptist preacher have been a subject of Interest In church I 1lastj Ihldays ago at his home near Centertown and there was a large assemblage of his relatives and friends The trouble between Mr Maddox and his wife became the sut ject ol an investigation by a council ol Baptist ministers at which he was exonerated Following is ah official report ol the councils finding On Wednesday the 22d day ol May 1901 the following ordained minis liters J S Coleman D D and B W Coakley of Beaver Dam church T SlmponMcCotU of the Third Baptist church Owensboro J T Case bier ol Rockpoit church and R T Bruner ot Walnut Street church Owensboro met as nn exparte coun cil together with a committee Irom Wyt Providence church consisting of Eld II P Brown and Brethren J S Maddox and W A Casebier at the home ol Bid D J KMaddox at his request he being a member of the lastuamed church lor the purpose oCI inquiring into the matter of the late MaddoxIwhether or not said Maddox Is culpaI ble and il so bwhat extent that we might know what advice to give him and what information to give to the public Whereupon The brethern were called to order by Rid J S Coleman who stated the object of the meeting The body was organized by the elec tion of J S Coleman moderator and R T Bruner clerk Prayer by the moderaton Rid D J K Maddox then proceeded to make a statement of the facts elating to his marriage life with and separation from his wife formerly Mr Nancy A May Some question were asked him and sos wered Mauy certificates from others were then read by said Maddox in support of his statements A committee consisting 01 Breths ren T S McCall B W Coakley JsT Casebier H P Brown and R T Bruner was appointed to prepare a preamble and resolutions which shall express the sense ol this council This committee alter deliberation made the following report which as amend ed was nnaqlmously adopted We your committee to prepare a report of this conncllreJ spectfully offer the lollowlngIWhereas An unfortunate disagreel ment has transpired brother Rid D J K Maddox and his wife Mrs Nancy A Maddox reIsuiting In her separatlo Trom Ills bed and board and Whereas Our said brother has grave fears of injury to his ministry in consequence ot said separation now there loreIResolv i That this esparte council having heard the statement of our said brother Maddox together with written statements from several t others is of opinion from the evi dence we have before us that Brother r Maddox is not blameworthy for said separation nor fir refusing to again resume the relation of husband to the woman who has voluntarily left him and that we express onr undl tninlshed confidence in his Christian character and Integrity and our syintpatby for him in this grave trialdResolved 2 That we advise Broth er Maddox to proceed in ministerial work as heretofore Signed JS Coleman RW Coakaley T S McCall J T Casebler IIeP Brown R T Brnnner WA Case bier J S Maddox Councilf Marriages Benjamin Wlllett Hwton to Miss Artie FanghrHorton Date oi instt22 0BibbsMiss Alice Travis Hartford Date oft26 aWmDaisy A Stanley Wy sox Dateol marriage May 29 Robt S Wilcox RockporVto Miss Nora B Brown Paradise Date of marriage May tg Wayne MInton Mcllenry to Miss Cora B Fulkerson McHenry Date ol marriage May 30 Andrew J Wakeland Hartford to Miss Lola M Phelps Taylor MIIes Date of marriage May 30 Daniel Murphy Srnallhouseto Miss Bessie Allen Smallhousc Date ol marriage May 29 Struck by LlgbtnlngIMr Addle hart two workhorses killed with the harness on by l lightning last Friday on his CrmI near Pond Run church He was plowing in the field when a rain storm tame up be unhitched his team I I and drove them toan elm tree by and remained under it witbtbem I VV L for rt sort while but as jon asthe shower passed be went to a near by barn leaving his horses standing un der thelD1 Another shower came accompanied by a bolt nf lightning which stiuck the trrc instantly kill log both horses While Mr Robertson was very fortunate in choosing the barn for his own shelter thus saving his life Decoration services at Render yes terday were a success in every respect The survivors of the great conflict met and covertd the graves of their dead comrades with beautiful wreaths of elegant flowers The services were simple bnt impressive and the old feeble grayheadcd band few though In numbers seemed to realize all them e the solemnity of the occasion By request of the Preston Morton Post the Sons of Veterans joined with their fathers In paying tribute to the mory oUhe heroeaof 6s As Ia Itheil custom the good people of Ren spread a sumptuous dinner for the veterans guests which was highly enjoyed and appreciated Court Notes The work ol court this week is pro greasing more systematically lathe case of John P Poster vs C- It Baxley c the jury found for thgdejendant JssStralton vs I C R R Co verdict of jury lor plaintiff- W C Ashley vs J C Westerfield jury found for plaintiff in the sum of34VWS Howard vs J B Westerfield verdict ofjuryfot plaintiff- T RIR CQverdlct the defendant under peremptory instructions Irom tbe court M Ij Taylor vs I C R R now on trJil JnlU Trabue colored was found guilty of murder In the Jefferson county criminal conrt and sentenced- to deaifa She is said to be the only woman so sentenced in the history of he Coort and tbe jury has suggested clemencyto Gov Beckhara Bank Robbed of 4000 Fostbrla Ohio May 29The Brad ncr branch ol the Mechanics Bank ol this city was wrecked by robbers at 130 oclock this morning and 4000 stolen Two charges of high explo sives were used tiy the robbers the first xblowing the outer door of the vAult and the second opening the strong box Night watchman J II Denny discovered the men and fired to shots at them which they returned They then escaped on a hand car The building presents a shattered appearance the entire glass front hav- Ing been blown out and the doots be ing in the cellar The walls were al o cracked by tbe force of tbe explo ion J1Ira Is fully covered by Insur ance attempt was made to rob tbe batik six months ago ct which time the outer door of the vault was blown off Killed by a Vicfous Ram Hodgenville Ky May 29T A Bowling of Hammonsville ten miles south of this place was attacked by vicious sheep and killed He was feeding tbe lIck when a ram butted him in tbe pit of the stomach knock fog him down and continuing to butt him He was finally rescued but lived only a few hours He was a prominent farmer Pistols Drawn In Court London Ky May 28Tbecase againstJule Webb charged with kill log Chad Hall both members of the GarrknMVhlte feud in Clay county but pa opposite sldeswas given to heJiry at 4 oclock this afternoon The jury after being out five minutes acqnltalThe county on a change of venue Irom Clay county The cases against Bill Me Collum and Taylor Spurlock jointly indicted with Webb for tbe killing ol Halt were dismissed by the court af Webb was acquitted The evl ene against Jnle Webb showed that he killed Chad Hall but acted In sell defense As court adjourned for din nero day Sam Kash of Manchester n attorney for Jute Webb was accost diiy the Hall brothers and friends are in town attending the trial or the statement he made as to what he uld prove for his client Several p olslre drawn Oil boUt sides but- trldl1nterceded ftudstopped further i j When court convened at r- clpck Judge TInstey issued orders o the Sheriff to search everybody InI room or give them time to get out nd disarm themselves Severalwere seen to leave the room when the Judge gavef the Sheriff tbe order Fairbanks Announced Chicago III May 28 Senator Fairbanks of Indiana formally as uouoced to day as candidate for Pres- Ident before the Republican national convention ol 1914 Harry S New who is here today is authority for the statement that Indiana will inland behind Fairbanks In his race for the honorIPalrbanklJw1l1 be supported by a solid delegation from Indiana said New The whole State will be back him He is the logical candidate of the party and with his nomina ion Indiana will be assured to tbe Republicans Dont Tobwco Spit aid fiauVt tour lirs 117 I To quR tobacco eaolll snit locater la ar nellc full or fllo nerro uuil vigor inte Noroo lluc tbe wnudorworkcr that mike weak men rlitrooj AU dtuggliU Wo or II Curgvnrant- eeS llooklet and sample tree Address Rterlloe flomsdj Co Cblcwo or Netr York r SrofsilaThis root of many evils Glandular tumors abscesses pimples and other cutaneous eruptions sore ears Inflamed eyelids rickets dyspep sia catarrh readiness to catch cold and Inability to get rid of It easily pale ness nervousness and Bother ailments Including the consumptive tendency Can be completely and permanently removed no matter how young or old the sufferer Hoods tiunapkrllU was etren the daughter of Slid Vemoor Wawwilnz N VM who had broken out with scrofula sores all over her fact and lead The first bottle helped her and when she hid taken six the sore were all healed aad her face was smooth lie writes that she hat never shown anr sign of the scrofula returning Hoods Smrsaparilla Promises to cure and keeps the promise Ask your druggist for It today and accept no substitute FALSE AND- UNWAR11ANTED One Campaign Fake Nailed to the Wall Sanford R Brown Urges Friends to Stand Firm forthe Ticket Rockport Ky May 29 1901- I understand that a report has gone out over the country that I am for Mr T J Smith for County Court Clerk I want to say that this report is whols Iy false unwarranted and unauthor ized I am for Mr M S Ragland and see no rta ion why any other Republican should be otherwise Not only am I for Mr Ragland bnt for the entire Republican ticket I believe that the Republican ticket for the various county offices is the best ticket the party ever put in the field I am at a loss to understand why any man calling himself Republican can find objections to any member oi the ticket that wonld warrant his scratching the ticket or failing to give it his unqualified support It should be the purpose of every Republican to bury forever the sup sorters and followers of the outrageous contest and the persecutlonists Let it be remembered thatI am for M S Ragland for County Court Clerkand the entire Republican ticket Very respectfully SANuroan R BROWN Biliousness Is a condition characterized by a disturbance the organs The stomach it debilitated the liver torpid the bowels constipated There is a loathing of food pains in the bowels dizziness coated tongue and vomiting first of the undigested or partly dlgestedfood and then of bile Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the disturbance of the stomach and create a healthy appetite They also tone up the liver to a healthy action and regulate the bowels Try them and are certain to be much pleased with result For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m a p Reunion The Green River Reunion Associa tion composed of the nth 17th and and 26th Ky Inft and 12th Ky Cav will hold their annual reunion at Morgantown Ky on Green Rlveron the 4th of July 1901 The commit tee on arrangements invite all exFederal exConCederate and ezsSpanishAmerican soldiers to at tend A free dinner will be rerved them and their wives Excursions from Bowling Green above and Cal hoon below will enable the public to attend who are also invited J TI RIVBS Secy Mothers of good judgment and ex RockyMountainwell J5C Made by Madison Medi cine Cd Ask your drug- gistrnteed900 Yearly repatiottslirrjr nasranUv1 jesrljr extra rammbalona cud eipTKM rapid adraucement old MtablUa 4 bones UrDa cheers for earnest roan or positioniberniWrite at OD iBU8ftTtPFORU23hupchSaw llnvrn Conn Rough River Telephoni Company IKCORPOUTID C It Talk being heap and necessary you should patronize homo folks lir can buy your own pboMs and build r own lines andVb in talKing distance with the whole cotuj and business points Kehorl1lJybonly RouRomver expensIfHartford Ky for particulars We connect with all IndeDewIenl Companies wr EVERYBODYS STORE We Want Your Wool I Wo are right after your business Wo arc willing to handle your Wool arid Produce at n loss to ourselves in order to swell the seasons business and bring you in contact vith the largest stock of General Merchandise you over saw and to prove to you beyond all doubt that we can supply the best goods at tho lowest prices also to maintain our reputation as PRODUCESin l They Keep Coming Spring goods are arriving dayeverybox sonic lino which ought to ap peal to you We are putting them on our counters bright and fresh and you will get the pickof tho best goods over shown hero Calicoes in all grades Brown and BleachejJ Cottons in diflereilt qualities Lawns from tho cheapest to WtsltlDrossin all the nowoflticts Silk and Woolen Dress Goods in now patterns Ladies Skirts Collars Belts Corsets Vests and Hose to suit tho season t Beautiful Fashions Our Hats present tho most stylish things in Millineryart These Hats arc beautiful designs and tho price is lower too than it should be but we 1 shall bo glad to sell them confident of tho pleasure you will have in wearing any of them I j J ot be 30 rat see in of nor be It be of ly to do to 41 Insomnia boon for over and can aajr that have more then have ever certainly my they an represented I1L CANDY MtNmna CURE acu i4 GItoreo vs E4ueat noweu Cu Holding Out Inducements There people who hOld out inducements that never materialize You wont find y our Shoe inducement like that Tho Shoes hold out bettor than claims if our customers are to be believed Bottom Prices Wo have hammered the prices on our Clothing Stock to tho bottom notch andoUr lino Mens Suitq as style quality and finish are uno qualed Young look our lincLit will do you good W Rough Wearers Boys are particularly hard m clothes tho Spring We any tho sort that will stand ho strain and still look well juicy are made for wear com fort and appearance Price Jepends on tho size tlio boy 4 So Many Patterns Carpets arc hero that eliovo the one you want w tmong thorn doesnt mater what sort a room you rant for largo or small orgcous simple tho car jot is here After looking through our main store remember wo cart show you tho greatest line of Furniture Cooking Stoves Wagons Buggies Fertilizers and Sowing Machines be foundanywhere Remember tho place E P BARNES BRO Dsalers in Everything You Need BEAVER DAna Y 41 zDONT FORGETes G cm7l4 = s S E Jj Lecture at College Hall in- S o BeaverDam Jun6 f 1 1 I Traits of Character Among the Masses ff i J The theme for the lecture to be de livered by one of the most famous rplatform orators in America to the JJ011 Reserved seats 50c i DR R GOLDSTEIN BETURNSDr R doldfteln Louisville the well known optician will 1VBeaver Dam May 31 and Jnne B Remembcr the date R Call and him Special care should taken selecting first pairVspectacles should it attempted without the aid of a responsible Op tlcian Is most important that the lenses should accurately centered and best quality and the frames eo made the wearer look direct through the center Glasses nicely flitted the lace become an ornament as well as a necessity Pitting children with spectacles a specialty Parents not neglect your chlldiens eyesV 2 Difficult cases solicited All questions cheerfully answered Office hours 8 a m 4 p m PIERSON HOUSE 43 INSOMNIA wltb which I baYs afflicted twenty resin I Cuuareti ulTon me anjother reme dy I tried I shall recom mend theta to friend as being all Taos OILLABO Elgin I CATHARTIC THADCMMII 10GoodCONSTIPATION IM7 iini I as Ifloldnduerente4bra1Ldrugnu numm ctrlt foreverloowc are our of to men at in of Jf wo It of it ot to 41 be the the that relief Your I Beware of a CoughVA cough Is not a disease bnt a symptom Consumption and bron chitis which are the most dangerous and fatal diseases have for their firstVindication a persistent cough and If properly treated as soon as this cough appears ara easily cured Chamber Iains Cough Remedy has proves wonderful successful and gained its wide reputation and extensive salaby its success In curing the diseases which cause coughing If it is not I beneficial it will not cost you a cent i For sole by Z Wayne Griffin B- raDONTBEFOOLEDI I I Take the tnoln angled ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA 11 Mad only by MaOUM M4K- ClM Ma41 Wil II yes will var u4acut en eacfaptduo Imrk ccnUo NsvirasiI t M asIeare sees sit Aakjr dsutg14 C I I 7 r r7- M 1 1- r 1 I The mutt Yon Mayo Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne tho signature of o rend lots been inado under his per Bonn supervision slnco Its Inf1mcy r Allow no ORO to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations nndJnst asroodaro hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho honUh of Infinite mid Children Experience against Experiment Wr1atis CASTOR I A- Catorla tj n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Faro gore Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contann neither Opium Morphine nor other Xnrcotlo substance Its ngo is its guarantee It destroys Worms mid allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach mid Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS t Boars the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bong In Use For Over 30 Years TMC CCMTAUH eoupKNT re MUHHAT TCCT MtW TO Hit OfTV 1 t FIELD BO- XTIIANSFERLIN == nQtr = === K- 3SR == = cAro=JA JAvn JA TFOBD KY- A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED Fifty Cent a Year Leas Than a Penny a Number I THE SOUTHS LITERARYVEEKLY 1 Published at Atlanta Ga I After a career ofmore or Ices activity in the Southern field for over hl8toryIta quarter ofnoeutury 1 he Sunny South hn+ again become f over It is devoted to t uthern renders and Southern writers andIla their own story psper fhort storlen sketches Incidents of and of pcncp ateautee at home and elicit t ocuut Idea wnrIions hints fur home of interest to old young ANTHONYHorE will appear in lu excellent weekly make up I I ttallinenU and idi i1yndcsLoversby31utricc1hump- son1 to be in April absorbing lutcretthroughout the ti hlle Quth This Is your opportunity Dud Think of It O cents NonlySOcentsforafiiilyearofit cent n year XoaeenU a Lest offer and argument to the sub cilbor One F mph copy tree tn you and tn your nix I ii I rosInlI each ftcooiupHiilcil by the full amount 250 net to us entitles 4 frucllle J new fomj al Q Suuthsliterary allSoutherntfonstiluttonboth tOT only SL33ayour ltenilt that omcutit I lullCl1One1IIFrrAddrtvH all and rvmlttanccx tu rTHE SUNrfV SOUTH ATLANTA CA l A BOON TO MANKSNDI 1T7rnr A 1 LJCKEYEl A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BV MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F BuURD Sob Praetor 310 Horth Min Slrest ST LOUIS MO r WHITES CREAM YV ORMSl VERN19FUGEB Qu1ll1 For 20 Years Has Loll all Worm Rerasdiss e 2I 1 cOZan 13 ALL nnvoOoCJarrrparrd byard JAMES F CALLAnD St Louis evwu m c zeaivn nUSINK aJJ h lolir tit4twy to the young man orjoonx woniiu wbowoalil win iDiwurtlnllfe Tb being eon ceded It U f lint Importance rt your tralulujr at tho nthuol that aland In thovcrjfrontrak Sfie ryant 8 tralton Easiness College Q O C =Z = =czA Ond1t101L1LLC1IxUglringletbnoalaWromgrdeataaaprtnRpromld 004440qQIII IJj n New Smith Premiers Nos 5 zi6 longTheThese new machtncs In essentialn n mechanical principles arc the same as Models Nos 2t 3 and 4un- r equaled Vilte for Printed Metier Free m1emiirlG1Jvelnrif CO k 412 Walnut Street Cincinnati Ohio I 4 p Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 31 OIL BARELY TOUCHED Southwestern Fields Are Yet in Their Infancy Government Geologist so Declares After Thorough In vestigatlod Washington D CDr Robert T Hill of the United States Geological Survey has returned from an extend ed trip through the new oil countrj in Texas nod a vIsit to Mexico and New Mexico Nearly alt of Mr HIIW scientific work has been conducted if the Southwest and he is acknowl edged to be an authority on the geol ogy ot the country without an equal He says without reservation that the oil fields ol the Southwest are now ir their infancy and that a year Irons now when the real extent of the oil deposits become known people weal be surprised at the Insignificance oi the showing which has been made at this time and which has been accepted in some portions ol the county with incredulity Mr Hill says the indications of oil extend all along the coast of the Gull ot Mexico and the geological forma tlans from the coast back in a semi circular shape for a tier of three or lout counties have the same characteristics He believes that oil will be Sound In side this entire area and along thi coast in Louisana Mississippian Alabama He points to the fact thai the big syndicate of Pennsylvania men have realized this and are now engaged in prospecting for oil In the states named although no annoUnce- ment has been made oi the fact Tht same syndicate has shipped machinery to Southeast Texas nearly to the stat line and is carrying on the worl here on a large scale Speaking of the recent reports Iron the Baku oil fields in Russia Mr Hill said tEe Texas field had already surpassed it in the possibilities of pro duction until recently the Russian uutpnt was larger than in the United States la spite ol the production 01 Pennsylvania Indiana and West Vlr jinia At this time Texas produc lion is equal to all that of Russia and the United States Based on his as sertlon that the oil development wa now in its Infancy in the Southwest he said that the commercial greatness of Texas would be surpassed in a few years by but lew states in the Union rbe great advantage ot the Texas Geld is its pioxlralty to the water which rficrsa means of transportatlor that will render It impossible for the railroads to retard the development o field should they choose to do so An analysis came to his attention p few days ago while in the field show Ing that a 50 per cent illuminating oi had been secured from the Texas product which indicated that the grad of the oil Is far better than has beet supposed and was ot such a nature that if need not be used entirely fee fuel A pipe line is in operation nov to Port Attbur and all Is in readlnesr tat the shipping ol oil to foreign countries where it will be able to compete to advantage with the crude prodnc of Russia which has been transpoiter long distances to retch the level o the sea and water transportation Dr Hill remarked that It would be n Bleat surprise to him to sec In the next few months a pipe sunk right at Port Arthur out of which the oil wonir bubble beside the ships moored there The dip ot the geological formation it In that direction and every indlcatioi points to grent discoveries closer tt the coast rooM A Mitch In Tins- nnrentn ttogheTonic teplenUtl ta CUUlaUengne Catowlandglen PopOvers a La Chinois Onr Chinese cook was very success lul with a breakfast delicacy callet pnpovers A lady who was a gUt OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood throughyourJTt The kidneys are your blood purifiers thoyfll Iter out the waste or Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out doaI Pains aches and rheu matism come from excess of uric acy In the neglectedkldneyKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thoughtheykidneypolzonedIt used to be con Adered that only kidneysbut beginnlnf by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kldneyremedy is soon realized It stands for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on its merits Kvjp by all druggists In fifty cent and onedolUr siz es You may have a D semptteotftreeout If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer1 Co BInghamton N Y of the family havln toe morning expressed a desire for the formula for their compounding we called John in to impart the secret You take him one egg said the pleased master ol the kitchen one lit cup milk You Lace him one cup Son on sieve takee pinch salt you not put hint In lump You move him egg lit bltsloi you put him milk In all time move You maker him Bon go in not move fast so him have no spots Makee butId pan all same wam not too hot Putee him in over Now now you mind you business no like women run look at him all time Him done all tame time biscuit Harpers Btzaar We can start a young man or lady in the Southern Normal College at Bowling Green cheap Call and get our scholarship and go to school Family Secrets Papas got a new set of false teeth said little Willie Really replied the visitor I didnt know your papas teeth were false Oh yes and say Ill bet a hat theyll cut down the old set and male me wear em Philadelphia Press Nasal catarrh quickly yields to treatment by Elys Cream Balm which It agreeably aromatic It fs received through the nostrils cleanses and heals the whole surface over which It diflurcs Itself A remedy for nasal catarrh which is drying or exciting to the diseased membrane should not be used Cream Balm is recognized as a specific Price 50 cents at druggists or by mall A cold In the head lot mediately dlsappeares when Cream lUlm is used Ely Brothers 56 War ren Street New York CASTORIAFor Be Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- signature rct+ Expansive and Exclusive What Is this social struggle wr hear so much about It Is partly getting In yonrseltand partly keeping other people out Louisville Dispatch Cure Ciinrrr mood rOOD Enllnic Norm Llrem ColCOlhI- Dle 10 Try It Blood poison or deadly cancer are the worst and most deepseated blood diseases on earth yet the easiest to cure when Botanic Blood Balm is used It you have blood poison producing ulcers bone pains pimples mucous patches falling hair itching skin scrofula old rheumatism or of Pensive form of catarrh scabs and scoles deadly cancer eating bleeding festering sores swellings lumps per Distent wart or store take Botanic Blood Balm B B B It will cure even the wont case alter everything else fails Botanic Blood Balm B B B 1 drains the poison out of the system and the blood then every sore heals making the blood pure and rich and bulldlug up the broken Iowa body B B B thorough tested for 30 years Sold at drugstores 1 pel large bottle A trial treatment sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Altana Ga Describe trou ble and free medical advice given nn til cured Botanic Blood Balm does not contain mineral poisons or mer cury as so many advertised remedies do but Is composed ot Pure Botanic Ingredients Over 3000 testimonys of cure by taking B B B How Poverty Comes- If you have a government pension of 20 a month poor man why do you have to beg for bread Well you see lady my wife if ambitious and she bought a E30 mel- odeon and a 17 carpet this winter Chicago Record Herald A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured At one time I unflcted flues a severe sprain of the ankle says Geo B Cary editor of the Guide Washington Va After using sever il well recommended medicines with out success I tried ChoflH in Pain Balm and am plrr t lhat relief came as soon us I UK it use and a completely cure fi rtllh followed This remedy ha n e used In my family for fr feet with the best result I recommended its ufem need a fitstcln linimcu I Z Wayne Griffin 5t NtlIt g r t giTouristI I train for three hours Station Agrut O jn yfinr t leaves In five minutes u Tourist Ah ThatH rte nfl my roinrt Ohio Suit J ue- On account of the Pan An rrca Exposition round trip tickets will br sold at following rates and limit r 18 90 on sale only nn each Mb da during the monthof May InTtteJ a five days for return 25 an rrn sate dally limit fifteen days Ji8 45 pn sale dally limit October J rllr rr turn S B VANMBTKR Agt The Difference Money Makes Really your face Is very familiar sir but you eeem to have the advan tage of nie in names Andabeloolted at thedistbtgulrhrd- strangerwlthapurzledair I fancied he said thtjyou would know me My slime 18 Uaog and four ytars ago I had the honor to be your butler It V The lace of the lady blazed g But a remarkably lucky siries t r r i I stock Investments he went on have enabled tne to become your nextdoor ItIThe ladys face softened So pleased to renew our acquaint ante Mr Dilnjtsi she smilingly said New York Telegram Il w Are TTOBT IIld7I tlinblparaau1eunlngo- f 111 P w Ol Add tlaHla Hem wr Co N V A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something Now Under The Sun All Doctors have tried to cute Catarrh by the use powders acid gates lobsters and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes canning them powerfulaelds entirely eaten away the same mem branes that their makers have aimed to cute while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who has for many years made a close study and speciality of the treatment ot Catarrh has at last perfected a treat meat which when faithfully used not only relieves at once but permanently cures Catarrh by lemoving the cause stopping the discharges and curing all inflammation It Is the only remedy known to science that putsThisSouffles the Gnaiantted Catarrh txtremelylowcontaining internal and external medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use perfectCureas the only sate and positive cnre for dlseRe1Itpermanently and U also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption SnuflUs vii save you it you nse it at once It Is no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which Is pqstively guaranteed to cure Catarrh In any film or stage if used according to the dlrtc lions which accompany each pack age Dont delay but send for it at once and write fullpartlc lars as to your condition andjrnu will receive special advice from discoverer of this wonderful remedy tegnrdln yonrcasa without cost to you beyond the regular price ol Snofll the Guarantied Catatrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United Stbtea or Canada on receipt cd One Dollar Address Dept r Edwin B Giles Company 1330 and 3332 Market sheet Philadelphia f Toasting broiling- baking ironing Heat is not diffused out the no smell soot danger and the expense of is nomi nal Made many sold wherever stoves are sold If your dealer does not have it write nearest agency of STANDARD M I To get a really good of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grindin- gInARBUCKLESyou have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with all the pores of the berry hermetically soled Youre sure of a good cup of coffee beeau a all the coffee flavor and RrOmauckcpt Intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out Imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee whey jrou eta get Arhuckles RoastedCoffee for it actually leer expea live 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