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THE HARTFORD EEPUBLICAK p Fine Job Wok a Specialty OFFICIAL OE6AK OF TBEMRH IN IBS FOUTBCONGaUSIONALDmICTISubscription 1 a year VOL XIII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 141901 No 47 can YOU Blame nor r c If at last the tm or the flultfindlng of a dypepde husband rod leaves i The wont of the dytpcpuc U that he not realize his own tnconncu HU la entirelyoqt oL perspective a le the etorpich and organs of digestion and pataanentlycutMedical Diseovery It cum the worst forms of the disease It cures when all other rucaildnca have failed to benefit Accept no substitute for Dr Pierce OoMen Discovery There U no ethtr medicine for the ttonwcli blood nd lungs which can show to wide and wonderful a record of euro It always Jalpa It almost always curve I can sty to yon One bottle of Golden Ikdial rx coT bat cured me sound and well song Vrllh TtorwL HruwcILol McAdenHHe Ouloo Ca North Carolina M asUli b worth alt the world to ma I will ptab roe u long II III Dr Plerces Common Sense Medical A 1 riser In paper binding U tentret on receipt of a I onecent ltam to pay pease of mailing iwir or if cloth tampAddress lPWDaE alflJlM L HEAVRIN Attorney at TawHARTFORD KY Will prank hie profoilna In all th marts of oflppakapeclal ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW miirMUY UYM Will pnwtlocfcU prnbnloa la1I lh rourte o- rOhlneoutraedroutuSAp iaWIt-o earvftl eoaftMemllon aim nil bn aim arldtIwdrottrkphonIomnJNO 4 1ATTORNEY AT LAZY HARTFORD KY tpwlal attention clrrn to rolWHnm mallim abstracts A Ut Notary IaMIe for Ohio roes ty urflrs aorta std labile square C E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW JlAnnI1ft InWill ractIllI protvxiloa 111 theenirts of lOslo nod a dlulIcoUIItr im lii ttpertsl atuptloa siren lo nil bnnlimutElnnHil to s care OlMtn ebAtty umn la t rthuaM 1i F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW 1t1 liT l OK It KY Will prattles la lite COol of Ohio rnnnlrand Coin of Imp atttRtlm inViralk ln w entriutisl to LIs rnn int building o r J E DAVIDSON t Attorney at Law r HAnmmn KY i vruipnwtlf awelalatletlon Ohio and eillnln eanttt gtretoallhul M salnuted to hla car SPROBY- WTTOIWEYAT LAW roniiHViiir U GliT h y Will prseltaohiproklon In all the rnnrts of Ohl uddlnintaaeoantkk aIIOonor Appeals Rprdal attontlon Klr n to rullfctlona JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW IIARIYOKn KY- Hparlal attention guru to all entrust ed to hicar Umnlnaoerthon- ee0I1I f BARNETT APHARTFORD KY III prutteehlprofawlon in all theronrtanl Ohio d lnf IIIIIIIlIonwill I prtren to nil butlueM entrusted to rut pollKtloaa acdnllyE NEAL Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY hi rolna In nil the lIriaor K ghdrlatatkndngtyMtocollection- set sr t I trlailna practln UaaapntelnOrlmaLtak D J Snz WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNStllOR at UW HARTFORD KY Will e hU profpMlonln nil the roartiof Ohio ndadiolalnttronntlreandthe Cnnr of Ap Prompt ntaetedtoblot omalullarrDgkybnUdtog + a n R WEDDING Attorney at LawIHARTFORD KY Will bnuttra bIInlnth ronrt ol Ohio and adloluliurroniiUufl AUt Notary Iablle Souher Railway through El htimtBonthVrnHtat- MiKENTUOKYTrJNNKSSKE South CAROLINA ALADA11A VJU GINIANorthCAROLINAGEORGIA i 4U Mil d Three tiafty Trnfn Ilctxwn lnuli cilia cad IAningtpoiQbYnti0u Chair Cam 1ndI frnm H Tinth Union fonnoclInK with train ol th 1Ileol1Ceutralltnllroadne4Llllaatalbiirorlnformation A WarnoK P4 T A2ta th Are IxinUtlllcV- TM It TiTLol A l tnnt U V A tonlirlll if 10 T 1i t11tttLtrtr il If If I fi Vro C In d J T 1 Ilj a- r J1 tIIi f HE SCORES TILLMAN GovMcSweency Again Write to the Senator Tillman Replies Promptly and Withdraws Ills Res ignation I The Governors letter to Tilltna- reads as follows SirYour Utter oi June I has been received I have carefully noted It e contents and the most charitable et view which I can take of it la that i was wilder In the heat ol passion nni without due consideration I note that you say that I have transcended my authority and that the Governor Cdn not compel a member ol the United Stales Senate to hold his com mission and exercise the functions of that tffiee II be chooses to auriendei it And that you decline Ir the present to withdraw your resigna than line you read carefully ray let ter addressed to you and to Senator McLnurin you must have teen that I did not express any desire to compel a member ol the United Suits Senate to hold his commission and exercise the functions of that office if he chooses to aunender it My sole put pose in returning the resignations was to auk you gentlemen to consider calmly and thoughtfully the conc quences to the people of what I judged to be a hasty act and what you admit to have been a hasty act and I must confess that I am somewhat surprised at the tune of your answer to my re quest I considered the course which I took in this matter to be tor the bet interest of the people ol South Cato Tina and I am responsible to them alone for my action sad furthermore I still believe that my course has met the approval of a majority of the clt funs of the State nor do I consider them unthinking citizens as fully as any people on earth the rights and duties and responsibilities citizen ship HD J who do not need the services of any one to tell them their duty Your Insinuation that I have been importuned to await the conven ience of any present or wouldbe as pirants who are not just ready for various reasons to enter the contest brought on to unexpectedly and that for this reason my action has taken the direction it has Is unworthy of a men holding the high commission which has been given you by the peo pie of South Carolina anti deserves no notice in this connection How ever I may sayfor my reply and will give account for the course I have taken to the people who have bonged rue and not to any one individual In this matter I have done what I thought best calculated to promote the present prosperity and content ment ol the people ol my State and shall continue to do to regardless ol what any one man may say or think THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Troatmont by Which Drunkards nro Bolnn Cured Dally In Splto of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Posi tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by rlodlcat or constant use oi Intox Scaling liquors requires an antidote capable ol neutralizing and cradlcat ing this poison and destroying the craving lor intoxatanta Suflercrs may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faith fnl use cordluJtto directions of this worid Is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how bard n drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunk ards Into sober industrious and up right men Wives cure your husbands II ChI dren cure your fathers I This rem edy in in no Fensea nostrum but is n fiptcific for this discise onlyand is so skillfully flevied and prepared thatit h thoroughly ooluhle end pleasant to the UMe no that it can he given in a cup of tea or cofiee without the knowledge of tile person laic it Thousands cfdtuok rds have plicelsaImen having the Cure administered by loving friends unit reUtivcs without i their knowledge in rofle or tea and belli ve today llrat dfycnntinutd drinking of their own free with Do not wait Do not be dtluded by apparent and ledlng Improvement Drive out the disease at once and lot nil time The VThe JoUle Chd Cure id Fold lit the rxtrrruely low I Iscinwithing went more effectual tbnu others cost tog 26 to 50 Full directions accompany each package SpecUl ad vice by tkillcd phyicliti3 when reo qucstedwlthout extra charge SellI prepaid to any part of the world o receipt of one dollar Address I Hdwln n Giles Company 233- and 2332 Market street Philadelphia I All correspondents strictly coufid entlal J I of my course I did not think that a political campaign this summer could do any good and acted accord Ing to my belle However had the resignations been unconditional and unrestricted tty action might have- S otherwiseWith for yonr opinion I think I have as high a conception of the office of Senator and its powers as you or any other citizen of this State and you must have known that the brief interview of which you refer meant I would simply meet the re sponsibility and perform my duty un wishuto resign your commission and will send to thin office an unconditional resignation I will exercise the author ity and power vested In me by the people Respectfully etc M B McSwRENRY Governor TILLMAN RECALLS HESIGVATIOH Senator Tillman protesting against the Governors right to reject the sen atonal resignations tonight withdrew his resignation In his latter to Gov McSweeney Senator Tillman saysI have Senator McLaurins com munication in which he graciously consents at your n quest to hold on to his commission as United States Secaor and continue to serve the state m be has done in the past to the best of his abilityIThis leaves me one of three alter natives To appeal to the Democratic executive committee to take the mat ter np and determine what the best interest ol the patty requites tu beI done to appeal to the Senate itself determine whether a resignation flo 1 that body to take fleet at some tu ture time is binding or withdraw my own resignation There are no precedents on this ftutjcct because in the 125 years ot our national life with more than two hundred resignations from the Senate no other has hitherto been willing to occupy the despicable attitude now assumed by Senator McLauriu and forced on me I am certain of one thing that the executive of a state has no authority to decline a resigns tion that has been tendered and I am equally certain that had your Excel leucy confined yonr action within le gal bounds your appointees would be seated in the Senate when that body body metis In December and hold tbclrsrats until the Legislature should act in January My chief regretls that I am forced by your action to engage in what the outside world will consider a gams oi opera bouffe by withdrawing from the combination resignation after Senator ilcLatirlns undignified and puerile action but the purpose lor which it was tendered has been thwarted by Senator McLaurins precipitous oc ceplanee of executive advice Bob Acres has been outdone for once I have already said I bad no motive or purpose In resigning except to lone JcLaurlna resignation and there is nothing for me to do but to accept the situation and withdraw my own re signation if it be lawful for me to io so UCLAURINS CHAMKNOB Columbus S C June 5 With the Governors last word at Sena tor Tillman and the withdrawal cf the Senators resignation all would seem to be over but tonight Senator Ma- L+ urin alter speaking very bitterly of the senior Senator made the declaration that if Tillman wilt now tender to the Governor the unconditional sur render ot his office he McLaurin would consided this a direct challenge to him and would likewise resign and enter the coolest for Tillmans place In Memory of May Gorman She sleeps a peaceful dreamless sleep She rests from labors past Beneath the mound where myrtles creep In sunshine and blast Twas Jesus called her to come home In bliss she laid life ovn A wonderer no more to lom She fought and won the crown She lett her treasured ones behind To mourn in bitter tears dot Jesus can etch lone heart bind And drive away all tears I Yts shes gone to jsin the loved one I A brother gone before Who was waiting to receive hero that bright and celestial shoe Where the righteous only enter And the weary sanl can test There among the pure and holy She forever will be blest There among the blessed angers She is robed In rputlrss white Where the sun forever shlntth Day is never dimmed by nightS M Aguinaldo to Visit the United StatesI Tribune from Waihinglou says Agulraldo Is like ly to come to the United States nest tail and spend the winter in nI Wahiugoi This information reich Ied the War Department In the mall from Manila He has Inomed Gen McAtthnr of his desire to visit the 0 w United States for the purpofe of ttudy ing American institutions and meeting American statesmen with the view ol being more useful to his own people in the future No objection lo granting this wish at the proper time has occurred to the authorities At Ma 1 I nila For the present however and until alter the civil administration oi the island is firmly established it Is not contemplated that Agulnaldo should be relieved from the restraint that is sow regarded as a guarantee of his ow safety It appears that Agninaldo has been Influenced to visit Washington by Judge Arellano whose loyalty to the United States is unquestioned and who believes that a study of theecoA omlc and political conditions inftifis country by the former ttiaurgentlead er will be extremely beneficial to the development of the archipelago A severe sprain will usually dlsaSle the Injured person for three or lour weeks Many cases have occurred however in which a cure has been efI feclcd in less than one week by applying Cbamberlolns PaIn Balm For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Wbo Killed Dr Sanderson- It has been more than three quarters of a century since the banging of John Hamilton for the murder ol Dr San derson and volumes have been writ ten and published in newspapers in peopletbelieve now that Hamilton was InnoI cent of the crime There Is no one living now who Is old enough to have any personal recollection oi the events connected with the crime but what I propose to say now was gathered frolnI traditions as handed down Irom another some of which was narrated I to me by negroes whose evidence in i those days was cot allowed in our i courts There was a story in the un dercurrent the substance of which I was as follows Sanderson was kill ed by the then Sheriff Barren coun ty the man who tied the noose around John Hamiltons neck He was as slated in the murder by two other men i who took dinner at the house of liam lions father the day before the kill Ing Their mission at the home of I Hamilton on that day was to find out when Dr Sanderson and Hamilton were going lo start on their trIp It was agreed in their presence that Hamilton was lo accompany his friend Sanderson to the cross roads and thus aid him in his journey When the lot was reached the two men men tioned with Sheriff Craddock were to attack and kill Sanderson and Hamil ton for their money Sander on was killed by the three robbers but Haut ilton made his escape and returned home Criminals in those days were not allowed to testify in their own be half Hamilton pled Innocent to the last Sheriff Craddock and his two allies went free But the history of Craddock in his after life became dark and criminal to the end of his life The history ot the events on which these statements are based have been gleaned from old people many years ago who lived in the vicinity of the tragedy whose evidence was not pro duced In the trial but strictly relia ble notwithstanding Thus it was an innocent man gave up his life and was executed by the leading actor in this horrible crime the true history of which will probably never be known until the dead shall rise and each man give a strict account of the deeds done in tne body Citizen in Glasgow Republican Life The poets exclamation 0 Life I I feel the bounding in my veins is a joyous one Persons that can rarely or never make It In honesty to themselves are among the most unfortunate They do not live but exist for to live implies more than to be To live is to be well and strong lo arise feeling equal to the ordinary duties of the day and to retire not overcome by themlo feel life bounding in the veins A medicine that has made thousands of people men and women welt and strong has accomplished a great work bestowing the richest blessings and that medicine Is Hoods Sasaparilln whe weak ru Jown or debilitated from any cause fbould not fall to take it It bulUls up the I whole system changes txUtance IntoItile and makes life mole We are glad to say those words its lavor lathe readers ot our columns I aSOASXORXABears t eTheBed Yct Iia AParit Bouglll Signature YdlI sirlfuA Millionaire and a Cent Even if he is worth millions of dollars it isnt nny reason why be I should be too proud to pick up a petI ny That is huw people ol Yonkers I speak cI the conduct ol Alfred G Van I dtrbllt who some days ago spent several minutes hunting lor a penny he dropped on the the floor of the j Getey House says the New York Journal I Mr Vanderbilt accompanied by his- I wile formerly Miss Elsie Fren- chtttrlYttItilttiCitP I oncer I l While the horses were being changed the millionaire greatgrandson ol the famous Staten Island Commodore went with a small party Into the cale Mr Vanderbilt paid the clerk and in doing to dropped a cola By this the horses were harnessed and lire trumpeter was blowing on his horn the blast which means All Aboard The rest ol the men went out rind climbed on the coach Mr Vender bjll didnt He searched under tables a moved the chairs and eventually Quad the coin which to be a cant under the bootblack stand where it had rolled That young mans great grand fajberand grandfather were not too prend to pick up the pennies and hes inherited titer habit said a bystander as the coach drove away McKinley the Man All of the tributes raid the President of the United Stales in the course of his tour of the country rone has been so eloquent and toe other can be as that paid him by one woman That woman is his wife At New Oileans she for the first time allow ed herself to be interviewed It could hardly be called an interview howev ever for it was but the expression of an opinion casually given but it is doubtful if anything ever said of the President could bring him quite as close to all the people as this Irom his wifeDo you know Major McKinlej she asked Ah no one can know him because to appreciate him one must know him as I do And I am not speaking now of Major McKinley as the President I am speaking of him as my husband II any one cculd know what it is to have a wile sick complaining always an invalid for twenty five years seldom a day welt and yet never a word ol unkindness has ever passed his lips he is just the same tender thoughtful kind gentleman I knew when first he came and sought hand- I know him because I am his wile and it is my proudest pleasure to say this not because he is the President but because he is my husband- I wish that I could have seen him yesterday I love to see him among the whom he seeks to serve so idUhluliy But I read his speeches this morning I read all his speeches I only wish that I could help him as I should VHe is f o kind so good 10 patient jJefgjveiT the all the time be can he never forgets me no matter how busy be is But I will be glad when he is out of public life I did not want him torunVTRCond time I thought he had done enough lor the country and now I know he has done enough and when his time expires he will come home and we will settle down quietly and he will belong to me If As a tribute to McKinley the man and husband nothing could be more eloquent Atlanta Constitution A Good Cough Medicine- It speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use it in their own families in preference to any other I have sold Chamber lains Cough Remedy for the past five years with complete satisfaction to myself and customers says Drug gist J Goldsmith Van Etten N Y I have always used it in my own family both for ordinary coughs and colds and for the cough following U grippe and find it very efficacious For sale by Z Wayne Gllffin Bro Some Donts Prepared by the Barber Dpnt come around to the shop be fore the barber has cleaned up his place of business Dont walt for the man in the first chair to be shaved the other barbers are just as good and may be better Dont talk about the barber that shaved you last when 3 ou know you owe him a bill Treat all barbers alike Dost hang aiound the shop alter youhave been waited on You will drive customers away and make the barber angry Dont ahem soar feet and throw the cetcipapers around to as to make the barber hurry up lIe williotly male you wait longer DuntOrylo reid the newspapers in the chair while you art Icing wait Sour Stomach After I was ladnctd C try CABCA BETH I will soarbo without them la Itw house My Ilrer was In a Terr bad shape and my Loud acbod cud I had stomach trouble Now tlDO tat lug Cucareu I feel flno Sly wlf hualeo used them with btnoOcIal twain Sot war Momacb jus KiaauNa ml cougrau Bt Bt i ulllo CANDY CATHARTIC nuoiMMm itatmnoto Pleutnt Palatable rount Task Oond D- oOoodNner bitten tleateoor Gripe Ito rec tbo CURE CONSTIPATION NwtlN lwy ewWhlnky Mlndan Two 3- 1NO and n rant edlTO IAC ateUMCVjUCTubaoMllabUT contorI I 3 on may get cut Dont try to come just as the barber Is gong to lunch You krov when the time coves IP eat so have your work done accordingly Dont wait until five minutes cf 8 to get shaved when the bather closes his stop at 8 He wants to go homeI after working bum 7 a in to 8 p iru Dont think you hurt a lathers feelings by refusing his chair He la always ga1 ol It The man who does this is a crank and generally has a box to shave Dont ask or tonic and bay rum and then kirk II JOM get charted for It It costa the barber money and he expects to make something 01 It He doss rot run his business lor love Dont think the barber can have his loos perfect all the time There are times when he cannot do justice to his work The barber is a human being and gets sick like other pc sonsDont throw bot far Into the art lat by telling him that be is the best barber In town lIes used to that and It has no effect if he aint it might make him nervous so as to cut jou Dont come in with A months beard on and get shaved and then ask the barber to trim the hair away from the i tars and shave your neck and only MayIstreet car fareThe Barber o II the predisposition to worms in I children Is not cured they may be come emaciated weakly and in danger I ot convulsions Whites Cream Ver mifuge is the most successful and popular remedy Price 25 eta J H t Williams m Senator Vest says II the piotperlty we now enjoy Is continued npto the next election there will be little need of having any Democratic policy in 194 He Is right Democracy lives ofT of calamity When it cant emit a calamity wall now and then It dies Benton HI Republican The common house fly is said to be provided with i6toj eyes that is to say his two compound eyes have each 8000 facets By this singular arrangement he Is enabled to see In every direction and to elude with great skill and success the many dan gers that threaten his daily exlstance Tho Cumberland Telephone Telegraph CoI- NCOItP01tATED Operating exchanges and toll lines In Kentucky 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 Centertown at d surrounding country They wish to make their service as comprehensive and valuable as possi ble and make a specialty ol furnishing service to parties living in the country within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rites and other information may be obtained at the exchange over WilU lams Drug Store Hartford Ky FRANK PIERCE Manager Reunion The Green River Reunion Associa tion composed of the nth J7th and and 26th Ky loft and lath Ky Cav will bold their annual reunion at Morgantown Ky on Green River on the 4th ol July 1901 The commit tee on arrangements cordially invite all PederalexConfederatc anti cx SpanIsh American soldiers to at tend A free dinner will be Fervrd them nnd their wives Excursions from Bowling Green above and Cal hoon below will enable the public to attend who are also invited- J T RIVES Secy President McKinley might teach i Bryan how to open his mouth without putting his foot into itthat is if Bryan naly cared to learnJersey Cityjouni1 I There are men who still advocate a change in the Tariff laws but the ma jolty of the people lo k upon as poor fellows who have tbemI learned to profit by learn to leave well enough aloneI Clinton Mo Republican j Gets Himself Disliked Miss Bin has Soar employer any tyrannical habitt l Yes Indeed He buys candy and eats it before my eyesChlcago RecoldIj American products especially farm Implements machinery and tools ol all description arc finding a ready market in Prance and are being re celved with increased favor The production of sugar cine in the Hawaiian Islands is estimated at 310 ooo tons for 1900 Ionl ANIllrhltiTImn takenlcnKU nnd MalnrIM Perern Act on the llrer tone nit the eAtnt Hotter than Calomel and lJuggIol I A report stys A brisk northwest wind blew Iwenlyane miles in a west I ern city one day this week but no recIord was kept as to the number ofI whiskers blew through Richmond j PanhgrltphIdrug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liter Tablets They are an elegant physic They also Improve the appellle strengthen the digestion and regulate the liver and are IeI THE NEW WOMAN rHr Hot Parker MraHoso Parker President William Donna Woman Relief Corps No 4S also chaplain Northwestern Legion of Honor write from 2419 Central avenue Minneapolis Minn as follows i for several years taffend with a severe backache atut conttaat drag ging pains Some doctors gave It one name and some another butnone pro relief Several ot my Mentis urged me to try Peruna so I was finally persuaded to try It and the fIrst bottle brought blessed relief I have used 11 off and on for throo years It keep me in excellent health Dr Rachel A Magaw 07 W Jefferson street Springfield 0 yyonr Pe tonal worth its weight in gold I foci llko a new woman Vbo coming of what Is known M the anew woman in our country Is not greeted by everyone ai it she were a great blessing But there li another new woman whom overybody ia glad to see Every day soma invalid woman la exclaiming I have been made a new woman by Dr Hartmana home treat meal It is only necessary to send name address symptoms duration of sickness anti treatmentalreadyreceived to Dr HartmanColnmbnsOaBd direc tion for ono months treatment will be promptly forwarded The medicines can bo obtained at the nearest drug storeHealth and Beauty sent free toga address by The Petunia Medicine COot ColumbuaOhfoThe of the sliding town Is again manifesting itself In Butte Mont Lirge fissures have appeared in the streets exposing the granite Changes ol as much as afoot In the level of fixed object have occured 0 e POISONm nuorlatlive la hopes no serious result will follow have of the 01 ueorinntemouthhairfaltingoutachrlugpainedyspeptla stomach sexual weakness Indications of tbe secondary stage Dont 8a4rtubWblcltbaokdbybar been already cured by oar NEW METHOD TKKATUKNTfororerftyeartand no return of tbe disease No experiment no a up bat a podUrn core The worst cases soli- citedNEIWOUS DEBILITYova wnw urTHOD TREATMENT wilt are and make a man of you Under Its Influence the brain becomes actlte the blood purified ao that 1 all pimples blotches and ulcers the nerres become strong aa steel so that nerronsneis bashtdaesaanddrapondeacydisappear the ere become bright I hyskafandseaoatsystemsnlndqontedtalldrainsorgans become natural and mane7 You feel yourself a man and know coalldallIITagftaWa treat and ran NERVOUS DEIltUTY SEXUAL WEAKNESS EMIS andBLADDERI teed contemplatingIILilt nets Our New Method Treatment wIll cor CesscltsUasi ouwriteforanhonestopinionFresofChargeChartres All sent Free sealed EvertllllqoonllduUsI DBSl KENNEDY KERGAN 028 WALNUT ST CINCINNATI OHIO DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Thrashing Machinery Suw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Woll Punins Hay Bolo lees Coilwire Qrato Bars Pipo Fittings Engine anti Boiler Trimmings etc Call on McHenry IMtfg Mach Co McHonry Ky ire I4aiIfoid Republican FRIDAY JUNK 14 LOS KOUmlIorrccrCQ Q = 1v == c 101 1MM until FrIdays tn UitHtrtforiFult CotncopOiflcJ Iiitiiid it Hartford postilfici is stcondclass mall matter REPUBLICAN TICKET for Itrpmmlnllv AlVIfS N IlENMriT for Comity Jiulitr tOJi IIOUKIW For onn7 COurt Iuk- 1I8KAGANU For County Attorney M IllEtVUIN For Hbrrlll tAI IMCKUW- XfnrScliool Knprrliilfmlriil JAJIEH nCWEKNK for Jnllrr TllonAKII IIIACK For Amrwnr FltAVK IOHK For Siirr7Oi JOHN II WHOM For Coroner nun L IIAVIS mtlIi1 JtD m g run MAOISTJIATE FIRST 1i1STIt1C We are authorized to nnnonnre GEORGE IIAH Ml- Aanrandldnte for wnlitrnte In the Hartford uaiditriial I t ntject to the action ul the llejiubhcnn iarty HICONU DISTRICT Me are mthoritrd to announce Ge W JlMrtlii AOl modldRI for Ma1trute In the Cromwell ilaitMrrlnl lii trlctiiat tt to the notion olthe ltepubllean IRrt1 We are authorIzed to announce 1UT1I1U IKMJEIIN Aa a candidate for Sla l trnlc In the CromwrU ilanbtcrlal District subject to the action ol the Rrpabllcan iiartjr TillItI DISTRICT Wa are authorIzed to announce JlOIiS M 1tAJIt1- Au a candIdate for Mairtitrato in the Sulphur Springs MagMrrtal Mttrkt aabjnt to the ac tion ul Ueiabltean party- ForilTll IiWTIUCT We are authorized to announce iiAZAIl MITCh ELLA a IDdldallo uairlntrate In tbe Fonlirllk MBftlKterlal Ulitrkt aubJHt te Ibo action ul the- JteltSlkftfl artj FIFTH III8THICT We are milliorlied to announce JU MASSlI Aa n candIdate for usgfcilrHte In the Union uoRlntrriate Ulrtrtft Bbjwt t to the action at tbei HibH iu Hirty SIXTH MSTltllT We are natnorifed to anuooMe r IIIMII it Nit Ana candidate for itattlftrati In the rmtrrtown Mag4terkl IMntrkt MkjKt to the uctlou ul the itelublilun party HEVUNTH IIISTIIICT We are authorlcvU to annoance i VIIKT IOMY JllrklrtIlaIletlaIIHlrlICejuteitn la1 DICTUM OF THE PEOPLE- A few years ago Ohio county hall a killing one man murdered another from the evidece in the case public sentiment said itwas premeditated murder one jury eaid it wasnt an other agreed which we grant were both wise and just verdict Franklin county had a similar though dif lerent experience She had a killing and a trial She tried a man wlm was actually in Louisvile at tbe time of tbe killiig in Fraukf rt and found him guilty and the jury said he should ecrve his natural days in prison for the murder although be was iu Louis ville at the time it was committed It was proven In that court mud at that trial by a man who was at Gray son Springs 130 miles away at tbe time of the killing that thia optician saw a gun barrel protruding from tbe oflico windIIf the taaii tbat was in Louisville and upon the evidence of this faire eel anti gnd the Loim villian was sentenced for life The object of one curt was justice tbe object of the other was extermination aud cruel it justice It is needless for us to say that we refer to Caleb Pow ore iu tbe latter instance We give this bit of information that an intelligent public may have some good brain food Cultb Powers was actually convict ed without evidence and because it was part ol the game to bang Tay lot and damn the Republican party and it waa making a clever start to imprison the Secretary of State for life The most degrading destruct ive anti damning evidence that was possible to conceive of by tbe shrewd tat of the depraved was admitted against the Ic aud liberty of Powers It would be cruelly wrong for the Devil to be convicted of a crime with out evipence and a fair hearing Justice has been written by the band of Gotiaod iimilled into tbe hearts of men It ii the olj ct of allcreation Dud should be grunted allcreated It is being admitted by reasonable men tttio wele ardent Eiipporlen of Mr Goelial that the trial of Powers was a farce and as the passion ot men sub side and flint intense hatred engen dered by iarty prejudice vanishes from the hearts of tuna and riugu hrotherlylovethe common verdict will with one ac iP L card agtca that vtb1r Iii been dealt with cruelly and inhuman ly The time is fast approcbiugatn these are the sentiments of the peo pie The campaign last year wn wagedon assassination It was croaked by tbe large and the small fry Kentuckys Western beer keg came to advise the citizens of Ohio county how to cast an intelligent vote and Irom the time he bit the rostrum until be struck the chair be raved and charged about old Bill Bradley and assassination The smallcoun try tuckers took up the cry and as sajfinntion was all that could be heard the song was put in the mouth- If the old cock and bcforo ho could say cockadoodlc be would say assassination When a party rally was decided up on this assassination spirit was SI prev alent that the Democratic managers some who are now candidates bad various paintings displayed on can vass and carried at the head of the procession making all sorts of eport and jeering the name of civil liberty This was the spirit of 12 month ago Those same fellows tbat had these paintings displayed and sang assassin ation have concluded that it willnbt be wise to have this come in the present campaign Of course it would be quite the thing to do for Ohio county la dead againrt such idiousyncrasies but what will tbe people say In the final judgment we are to be judged by the deeds done in tbe body and as this is the dictum of Christ it will be the dictum of the people It would be indeed fortunate for them if those fellow could cover up their records of last year and sneak off and leave them Wo are told by the sec ond Muses that a vote for Yerke is a votc indorsing all tbe lawlessness done at Frankfort last winterthis oi course will be determined a little later on There were two lawless acts committed tho parties to one are know the other parties are unknown although 8100000 has been spent in search for them The first act was taking the State offices from the rightfully elected officers This act was committed by tbe Democratic party which is said to be wise and conservative by the platform of the OhIo Democracy The second act ot lawlessness was the killing of Mr Goebel which is aa much of a mystery today as it was 12 months ago As time progresses what our friends the enemy dont want mentioned will be brought out and discussed at length There are alto some other interesting reading matter that will be read and discussed too TilE old soldier boys arc still waiting to ascertain what company and what regiment tbeir comrade Mr Smith was in Thus far he has only asaerted tbat he too was one of the boys that left friends for tbe preserva tion of bis country i e have failed to learn where and when be got his gun where it was used and barracks it was harbored in It must be a rel ic tbat would excite no little curiosity It would be no mistake to have it on exhibition where it might be viewed by the scientific investigator doubt less it would be the criterion for new inventions along the lines of a more perfect oxtermiuatoi The battle that held Mr Smiths attention withI this excellent imaginative productI has not yet been recorded in history It was a mistake By all means iti should have been beautifully painted- at least a record made that would point us to the much desired infurma tion Besides the weapon and the heenlunahle to find the names of others who were actually soldiers but it ia quite a task to get the number of the imaginary amplollower that feasted from Uncle i Sams table If the public and specially the old sjldiers waut the I listory of Mr M S Kagland it willI be no trouble to get it He was cn1 gaged in the dreadful contests at Jhiloah andut Missionary ISidge andat Chickamauga and at ForlDon aldjun PHESIIIKXT McKiuley has issued a signed statement that bo will under no circumstances be a candidate forI the third term lIe would not eveu accept the nomination if it were tendered him This iaa wise conclusion McKinley has made one of the beet executives that ever held the reigns of any government yet there are other distinguished capable and deserving LDiericant It is an unwritten law that no man shall ever rule this country twelve years Tills is past btato ry and will be held sacred in tbo future us is the Monroe Doctrine Mc vinleys opportunities have been must favorable Such that low men rarely cnj yoHe has fnujht two wars to successful fiuijb wituiu less time than it lakes to toll tho story Opportunity c irabinrtd with wUdun t uuda united America have 1ccomI ilished this The McKinley administration will be rccirded in history asI a marvel of the 19th century Four years hence now questions willcon fornt America anea new era in polities will verge Irom the borizin of the Hesperian pesinliat Free silver is no more the Islands of tbe sea are I ours the hmO is eettled then what 1 i tp I Jv U but Untural hat A IJinuUiIillt should make every effort Imaginable to cover up and varnish the past In fact it is a part of hit business for his success is based on his ability to de ceive the people and when the curtain is raised and the eyes of a just public focused on his history bo becomes a nonenity There is some pee culiar political thunder that is hold in reserve for the campaign which when exploded will be a bomb in the nest of the enemy A vain effort to put out tbe fuse was made the other day by Innuendo threats anda bold and daring attempt at bluflery At the proper time these things will belong to the public they will be thoroughly ventilated by TUB RE runucAX They are n port of histo ry which will be recorded a little later on TilE good roads movement has struck Otveuaboro and DAViess coun ty in earnest The city council has appropriated 2500 and the Fiscal Court is expected to do as much to give the good roads train a trial Tbe train will be in Ovensboro sometime in July and many thousand people are expected to be present and view the work ot progress and prosperity We uro advised that a special invitation ia extended to the Fiscal Court ot Ohio county to be present at that time By all means it should attend The railroad expense will be onehalf fare It is A move which Ohio coun ty certainly needs Good roads are a luxury which measures the prosper ity industry and energy of a commu nity Our citizens should interest themselves in good roads andwhen the tram reaches Oweuaboro they should be there to take a lesson in building roads- DESPERATE things are done by des perate men Under ordinary circum stances men allow their better judg meut to lead them but when they are cornered they grow desperate name pered as tbey are by their endorsing tbe contest mud accepting stolen offices as they have done the present Democratic ticket promises to grow desperate during the fall season Being ledas they are by a man who baa ibis foot on their necks crushing them to death in the dust of tbe earth they may be depended upon to grow furious and waxwarm In addition to carrying this cumbrous load their leader has no fixed policy no setI lIed purpose save oneget officeI They have no assurance that he ViiiI be with them tomorrow Each dry stands for itself and so with the candidates MR ELAZAR MITCHELL of Fords villeaunounccs for Magistrate today in the Fordsville Magisterial District subject to the action of the Republican party Convention has been call ed to meet at Fordsville the 13th of July Mr Mitchell is a highly es teemed citizen a Republican lifelong in the service If his para ready and active worker well qualified andt deserving the honor he seeks If the Republicans should call Mr Mitchell into the field to join the present- SSquare iu the struggle for tbe survival of the fittest there is but little loubt as to the resultas to tbe mer its ot the two gentlemen Mitchell is an easy winner and we believe that the good people of the Fourth District will recognize this fact when Ihev Hh of November comES CALLS have been made for lions to be held in the several CllnVfni lerial districts fur the purpose noting candidates for Maphtrate and Constable in the several districtsI IIIE KLPUIILICAN lies but ind that is that tbe very but Will bo nominated in a manner menI ectly satisfactory to all Harmony i hould be ought and flebirdand ob t Lamed which we believe will be thaI ease iu every instance In advance if the conventions THE KEPUHLICAN pledges itself to support most heart y any goodman that is put in the field by the party With good men in the field we have a winning cbance to elect ever Justice and this should be born in mind IOTIIINliIe lection of every Republican candi late before the people The candi late for Representative Mr Alvis 8 oPPojIIcntloves in the supreme power oi the legislature and praises it for voting 10 overthrow the will of tbe people md declaring those candidates defeat d by 2383 votes elided lIe also ndorsca the persecution of Powers aa loca all his colleage He indorses the pardoning of convicted gambler and cay it ia wise and conservative God knows what else we dont Tim head of the Democratic ticket I a certainly in a hard rowe of stumps Ii threats will never change tbe course of TIlE REPUIIUGANS present editor The same course will be per ued with a strict adherence to truth tnd consistency Can he say as much ONE of the Dmocratio candidates was giving in same of his experiences die other day to a crowd of fellows Du the street and on being asked where bo bad been stated I have icIf wTbean out in the country putting out poison Just what sort of poison this fellow could spread in moonlight or darkness ia not known but it is pretty generally understood tbat he could not spread it on very thick with out getting a dose himself poison ia a drug forbidden to children and others not capable of caring for self WHEN tbe jargon of the Democrat ic candidates commences to spread pisin round hed better be kecr ful HAVE you seen Tom Butlers cards Programme- Of Sunday School Convention ol the ttlackford Association which meets slut Cane Run Baptist church Ohio county Ky Saturday r nd Sunday June the tyh and 3oth 1901 Character form and how often should payer be offered during Sunday School bouts H W Morton Henry Loyd and W B Oldharn Should the Scriptures as given in Lesson sheet on qimterlles be read for that lesson or other scripturrshI- D Butch C E Ford and TJRat ltffSernonBy T T Ratclifi alternate L Burdette j Shouldnot the spirit of missions be inculcated into the minds of the youth in all Sunday School wortJ N ihreves H V Roa Ira L Rice The possibilities of the Sunday School Its hopes and rruttsc B Coleman L Bnrdette aud II C Tru manSrrmonDy Ira L Rice alternate F D Baughu H C TRUMAN E N MORRISON I Com I H LOYD J H D BROWN Secy 100 Reward 5100 The readers ot this paper will tx pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh nails Caarrh Cute is the only positive cure now known to the medical faternlty Catarrh be ing a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally act- Ing directly upon the blood and mu coos surfaces ot the system thereby destroying the foundation ol the dl sease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much tilth In its curative powers that they ofler one Hundred Dollars for any case that sits to cure Send for list of testl monials AdJress F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists jjc Halls Family Pills are the best JennIeTo have a round beautiful neck wiggle your head from side to side every night take Rocky Moue tain Tea Its a short cut to a grace ful form 350 Ask your d ugist CANE RUN KY Rev H D Burch will fill his regular appointment here the third Saturday and Sunday The Sunday School Convention 01 he Black ford Asioiatlon will meet here Saturday and Sunday June 29 and 30 Those who wish to come by rail will find conveyance from Dans out to tbe church Mr G J Christian ol near this place has quite an interesting sing- Ing school at Salem On account ol ro much ccol dry weather the crops in this section look ery bad Born to the wife of Mr Sonny White a boy ANDERSON stored its- nat ural Why let 111 your c i g h ors and- rlends hink you nust be wen ty rearsolder than you are Yet its impossible to look young with the color of 70 years in the hair Its sad to 4 personslook in this way Sad because its all unneces sary for gray hair may always be rec to colorby ing eft aaUI uvos stall in unI tury this has been the standard hair prepara elegantdressing ing of the hair makes the hair grow and scalpfrom flOOabottl All druZlItI a t bare been tulng Ay ri Stair Vigor for over 2OJa04 I can heartlhr public u the wit hair tonlo In existence MeL O LALnansos April U JbJ EetorTex- If da rot obtain atlihe twneflu yea expected from tfca write the about It Addmi Da J 0 AYER Lowell Maw A JI 8 w 3 ct ROGHAMIHfi For the lOhlo County Teachers Institute to be Held July 122 23 24 25 26 9 30 Cell to order Opening exer clsesJ C Fettle Remarks by County Superintendent Organiza tion Miscellaneous business 10 3 Outline ot the weeks work Inttiuctir Enrollment 1050 What Is the funUon of the Institute n In preparing the teach er I In shaping public educational opinion IJ W Patterson Discus sion 11 to Noon- i oo Music Roll call I 25 What constitutes a successful public school Gilbert Holbrook i The teacher n Moral qualification b Educational qualification c Love for the work d Generalship etc J H Wood 2 JIuplls in attendance n Regular b Obedient c Attention d Indus trious studious ttcSaui E Turner 3 Patrons a Encouragement giv en teacher and pupil b General in I terest In educatlonetc Birch Shields I I General discussion 2 00 Child study a The lazy chlldW S Young b Untruthful ness in children its cause and remedy Instructor c Vaue ot sense traIn- Ing I 2 45 OznaShuliz Recess I 310 Reading aab c method b Word method c The sentence method Miss Dora It Gibson d Making a reading book lustiuctor 34 Writing i When introduce B II Hodges 2 Short and verti cal system James DeWeese 4 10 Spelling i How best teac- hItJ lIam Barnes 2 Hoi and when Introduce diacritical marks W G Stewart 3 Phanetic spelling W G Welborn 4 30 AdjournmentTUESDAY 8 oo Devotional exercises Rev Cokley Roll Call Announcements 5 30 Advanced reading r H ser isIs o good rcallug J B Mitchell 2 What means do you use in bring ing out the thought in reading Dona Westerfield 3 How develop a love far good literature llachel Sanderlur 4 Supplementary reading Dena Woodward 5 Modle lesson In read IngJ A DuO 9 30 Arithmetic i A modle lesson In primary arithmetic C Ho himcr 2 Fractions treated object IvetrD P Moseley 10 15 Recess 10 3 i 3 Mensuration treated ob JectlvelyJ II Wood Mental arithmetic 4 Spcers meth odMlss Dora Gibson 5 Business arithmetic T J MortonJII 30 Non recess i 00 Music Roll call Announce ments I 30 Nature I Collecting and us ing leaves and timers Aurora Storms 2 Fruits and seedsP L Sanderfur 3 How to use stories from nature Fannie Render 2 in Course ot home study or teachersInstructor 2 35 Recesst2 50 Recreations and amusements 2 a Is there any special need of physqical culture Warren Paytou b can it be connected with and male a part of our educational system J Itm Birnes 3 23 What can bedoie to make the school building and grounds more att tiactive Mattie Iirtle 341 Repot of County cut as to teachers Snptrlntendj estlons as to books Institute r Election ot library corn ulttee how organize district li irarles and what are suitable Looks IV R Carson The design of teachers and district library Henry Leach WKDNHSDAY JUtV 24c800 Devotional exercises Roll aIS 30 Language When to b gin as- a to recitation and to what grade contl- cuedL W God ey Conver P satlon as a means of correcting faulty languageS W Crowe Reproduction workNoI Paxton d Outlining a plan for teaming a child In the use ol pure english MraJ A Wedding e Model language lesson E Woodward D 9 2p Grammar Is a knowledge ol J it requisite to a correct use of lac 1- 1guajeJames Brown h Value of analysIs diagraming and parsing n C Crowder c How to dispose It questions on which the authors on grammar differ J S Fizijugh I IstemIOton 10 2 j Composition When to be made a distinct recitation Mary lolloway b The object to be at IIiwithschoolW G Welborn d Quail Lies and style of discourse the bet anJ bow to secure theluW Rtithoads Metbols of criticising the wrlttin pi o factions of the class C E Smith 0 Model composition ru W R Carson General criticismp by Institute f 1 03 Psychology Interest b Mention c memory d the will Instructor 2 co Kentucklans In Literature mss Rachel Sanderfur 2 kji A home course In Literature for Teachers Its necessity h be course outlinedA S Bennett 2 30 Recess 2 45 Geography Relation to civil J I Li 1i f1oH CANCERSufferers front this horrible malady nearly always inherit Itnot necessarily front the parent but may be from some remote ancestor for Cancer often runs through several generations This deadly poison may lay the blood for years or until you reach middle life then the first little sore or ulcer makes Its ap pearanceor a swollen gland in the breast or some other part the body warningTo and penna all the poisonous virus must slhnlnatol front vestage f it driven out This S S S does is the only utetilcine that can reach deep seated obstinate blood troubles like this When all the poison has been forcedout of the system heals and the disease never returns Cancerbeglnsorlell In a small way as the following letter from Mrs Shirer shows A nall pINplmeon ny about aa inch beIwthe raon mytacc itgavs toe no pain or Inronytn fine au I houUI have forgotten about It had II Euntolnllatneand Itch t It would Weed a tittle then wbrct1eouid not limemenwelt becoming very painful The Cancer be an to eat sad pread untIl It wales large ass- bsttdolisrwienl beard of a S 8 and duternitu- edtogtve It a fair trial U was leinarktblc what a woiidtful effect Llia4fron1thaverybugtautugitbusovebegIntbtsiandsftertIiilaga entirely Thlatraatwoyraraaioilhneareatltl mo signs cancer ksuw La lists Mo the greatest 01 sU and the uasWa one guaranteed vegetable Send our free book on Cancer containing valuable and interest lug Iufonnation about this disease and wnte our phrklcUina about cose Wa make no charge medical advice THE SWIFT speciFic co ATUNtA OA governmentito history Seth Morel ey to Naure study PS A bllsisP C Miller Topic cards and written descriptions Mamie Moseley t Map drawing rand board clay and putty maps Miss Le Chlnn e Industrial Ggripbyzf the United States and Lo v to teach itMoscs Coppaje 4 oo How much work shall be done in each grade In the public schools InstructorTHURSDAY JULY 25- S oo Devotional exercises W G Welborn S 31 Civil Government a De sign of tile stullA B Hills Which Miruld be studied first the national or state Constitution I J Hoover Methods of teaching L M Ssndrfur d Political histo ry and Issues how teach Wallace Reason 9 15 IIIstoryA Value and extent of American history N B White h Value bioraphyBlla Herring c Current history L K Milburn H Historical geography J A Rhoads 10 oo Recess 10 15 Tract evolution through his tory Ol transportation A JWaUe land 2 Ol art of wa R H Miller 3 Of education P II Ross 4 Ot I government H Godsey 5 Ol agriculture J B Davi sa1 11 15 Methods In genernl R II RobertsonII intermlss i 03 Music Roll call- I 30 Collateral study of history IIOralbe Introduced May E Rogers j Practical experiments T J Mor 3 The teachers study on the uestions of narcotics and intoxicants Eugene Kimmel and Carl foper 2 30 Recess 2 45 Discussion of the Teachers Reading Circle and District A sota ions FRIDAY JULY 26 TRUSTEES DAY exerctatsIs of com sat 9 oo Employing the teacher Should the teachers contract be tatl IIjSmithprofession In the State General di- usslon 10 co Recess 10 15 The teachers salary and how raise ItM D Maddox Best pre fesslonal workathe Institute Ex erience meeting i c 30 Noon Recess I 00 Music Roll call i 30 Organization ol association and reading circle Distribution ci links Adjournment Dont get tide tracked In business Aockyter into outs head 35c Ak ur 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at Singer Office Ice Cream Sherbet and Cake at Singer Office l Nicest Cheese and Crackers in town at Singer Office Mr C B Raley Rosine called to see us Tuesday TPordelicious Cream and Sherbet at the Singer Office 1 1 You can find the right RtoJs at the right price at Carson Cos Mr Wra Dean Dundee made us quite a pleasant call Monday f PractlcO and scientific horseshoeln g twenty years experience 45 gt v A B ROWR Centertown Ky Do yon know who will get the pre eat at Melvlns Show Come vote fo four choice New plays new songs new joke l and good music at Melvin a Show this week r t ti Its a yonnrrr a long time tO ltpgettbebest out ol oar Suits CARSON CO- tli iiii iAll kinds of thlu Dress Goods fo weather at Catf on Cos All kinds of cool comfortable Cloth ing for hot people at Carson Cos Summer Clothing as thin as a cob I web and as light as a feather at Car son Cos IWagon wheels refilled ten dollar per setA i B RowR Centcttown Ky I If you want a refreshing drink o J Soda Water Lemonade or Phosphate call at the Singer Office See our Oxfords for old ladles broad easy and comfortable CARSON Co It will cost you nothing to vote fo the mo t popular lady at Melvin Show One receiving the most vote gets a handsom present WANTfiD Ten chestnut or whit soak telepVoie polls 30 feet in length eight inches at tip Cumberland Telc I phone Telegraph Co On account of Epworth Leagu Convention at San Francisco Cal July 18 to 21 round trip tickets wit be sold at rate of 62 15 going and returning via different routes and 53 I going and returning via same direr route Tickets on sale July 6 to i final limit for return August 31 1901 IIN CUBA roundrScotts elsesl In summer or you will lose IIt you havclttJned ror a rmpleSCOTT DOWNE cbemuu 40415 Pearl Street New York I 5M and Jicn nil druggliU ll r Horn IQ tltp wlfa of Mr U r Weal the 7th lust a fine 14 pound girl Mrs Jerome Allen near town has a severe rate uf flux I Teachers examination Friday am Saturdry July 21 and 22 Mr C II Stanley of Ten Is vII lung his brother Dr A F Stanley Mr Tinsley moved the post office yesterdoy to M L Heavrins law of Gee Mrs Magdalene Rogers is visitinG her son Mr Jo B Rogers Beave Dam Mr J B Foster returned to his home Wednesday after several months absence Mr C S McCullough is in Mr Plercess place at the Cumberland ex change Mr M L Hcavrln was in Louis vllle and Owtnsboto Monday and Tuesday Mr and Mrs Will Dean and Mrs Thomas Dundee visited Dr and Mrs J R little Monday Julge James P Miller is In attendance at the Southern Baptist Conven lion Murray Ky Dr and Mrs A F Stanley have taken n oms nt Mrs Circle Williams They moved Tuesday Messrs Cheat Wedding and A P Mldkfl Sulphur Springs made us a pleasant call Wednesday Miss Jessie Smith Offensboro re turned home Tuesday after a short visit to relatives In and near town The citizens ol Haitford are invited to an open metticgol Hartloid School board tomorrow night June 15 1901 Mrs K W Ford cud daughter MlfS Nancy returned yesterday from- a ten days visit to relatives in Fords villr Remember tomorrow is the day fo the Hartlord and Central City boys to cross bats Ibase ball Dont fall t see it- The Matooic picnic at Dundee the 22dd promises to be a rare treat IJveryloJy ought to take that in Its quite the thing to co Childrens day exercises at Sblnkle Chapel Sunday were quite a success The good people spread a sumptuous dinner which was enjoyed extremely well by all vlsltltors We will deliver Cream and Sherbet to any part ot the city Rough River phone No 32 Cumberland phone No 46 3 rings SINGER OFFICE All lotus of devices to keep you cool this hot weather Thin Costa and Trousers Negligee Shirts Straw Hats thin Underwear and thin prices at Canon and Cos Mr and Mrs S T Stevens son and daughter Master Shelby and Miss Wicona ate visiting RtvIL Buice Taylor and attending Southern flap tilt Convention at Murray Last Saturday the Tay or Mines boys came over and did our boys up at base ball Alter the name was over came the demonstradnm the apology lor the lost game It was quite inter eatingMr Ira Kan land is dangerously ill of chronic diarrhoea When he joined the army in the Philippines he was a model 61 perfect health and his nn brtunale condition Is in a great meas use due to exposure On account of Good Roads Convention Louisville Ky June 27 and 28 tickets will be sold at rate ol one fare for round trip Tickets on sale June 26 and 27 limited to June 29 for re turn S D VANMETKR Agt Strawberries Ice Cream Sherbet coolrIng at store Go and take your sweetheait and en joy a teteatete in their new ice cieam parlorCome to Melvins Show enjoy the fun and vote for your preference oa most popular lady One receiving I most votes gets n handsome present FRKE Votes cost nothing Ad mission to and 20 cents reserved seats f 5 cents extra I Ourgcnlal friend Mr Frank Pierce has resigned as exchange manager and will accept a positron in the rut chine shops at Nashville Flank has onr best wishes for that merited suc cess which Is due him lie will leave r soon for Nashville regruunsd lire now better prepared than ever before to wale n better grade of fljur and give larger turnout Call and sec us Respectfully RRNPROW DEAN Dundee Ky Melvlns Comedy Company who I were here three years ago are be 3 this week In their canvass theater 5 Good brass and string bands best t show on the road A valuable pre 2ant given on last night of show to the mcfst popular lady Every 20 cent admission tickets entitles you to four votes and 10 cents or chllds ticket tc two vote and reserved seats 5 cents tc one more vote Mr George Baker of West Beavet Dam has announced his candidacy for Magistrate in the Hartford Magic terlal District Mr Baker submit his claims to the Republican party lor its approval lIe Is a young man worthy the honor and would Inke especial pride in the work He 1 S eminently deserving at the bands ol his party and stands high wit r I ii rrYrafswrrranltla fellow notkmeu el Tajlo MlnesIIe would ucquestoiably carry the mining role almost to amen which by the way Is the key lo sue cess and Mr Baker holds It This district ass patterned alter a mine entitle design christened Democratic and pledged to turn out a Democratic actor for the Fiscal Court but our fiend will charge the enemy and drive them Irom the field Mark this prediction TUB RKPUULICAN has been reliably Informed that there Is a machine man canvassing the county selling grain separators at all sorts of prices Mr R H Barnes near Beaver Dam pur chased one for 22 50 while his neigh bor Mr Joe Ford ought the same machine for 15 00 while others have paid as high as 130 oo The public should be advised of this doable deal ing therefore we give this bit of in formation for its benefit A VERY SAD ACCIDENT Guy Roark Died Wednesday While an Operation Was Being Performed Accident Unavoidable We had a very sad occurence In town Wednesday That day was the regular day for the meeting of the Ohio County Medical Society and quite a number of the physicians of the town and county were on hand to take pall Among the Interesting cases presented to the society was a little boy Guy Roark ten years od a son of Tom Roark ol Mcllenry theIor a bone below the knee Mr Roark was advised that an operation to remove this dead bone ass the very best thing to do for the boy and alter the society adjourned the operation was begun officerThe whole number of physicians pres Theooperation lasted for afoot one hour and while they were dressing the limb otter the operation the boy coming out from the influence of chloroform he vomited rather freely and in getting a oig bnath at this time sucked quite a quantity ol the vomited mat ter back into his windpipe which kill ed him almost instantly Every ef fort was made to resnsltate him to no avail Every one was very much schockd over the accident but it was one of those rare accidents that human fore sight can not avoid Mr Roark be ing a poor tni n and this trouble com ing so sudden he was unprepared to takecare of the boys remains promptly so a collection was taken up at once born our citizens and every expense connected with the operation and fun eral was paid The boy was burned at McHenry yesterday For relief and comfort in Asthma BalUrds Horehound Syrup has no equal Price 25 and 50 rte J II Williams m f Attention Brethren All loiges in this and adjoining counties are respectfully invited to meet with us and join in the parade on the 22nd ol this month at Dundee Ohio county and we would respectful ly suggest that members of each lodge bring their regalia with them We hope that you will turn out brethren and help as to make this the biggest Masonic celebration ever held in this section of the State Put Grand Master Thos S Pettit oi Owensbbro Kentucky will deliver a Masonic ad dress on that occasion together with quite a number of other brethren who will make short talks W II MOORS Master Dundee Lodge U D a CENTERTOWN KY Rev E V Phipps preached an in teresting and instructive sermon here last Sunday Miss Clara P xton ol Louisville is visiting the families of Messrs L C Morton and Alvin Rowe Mr C K Reneer and family spent last week fishing at the take on Rough river Mr Willie James has secured a po sition as salesman with the Central Coal Iron Co at Render We wish him success Mr Denton and family of Irving too have returned to their home al ter visiting relative and friends here Mr Elijah James and wife spent last Sunday with Mr II II Davis and family Mr L C Brown and family have moved into the residence of Rev Ed Maddox on West Main Street Miss Poole the efficient milliner for Rowe Morton has returned to her home in Rochester MAUD If RENDER KY June nMr Willie James of Centertown has accepted a position as clerk for the Central Coal Iron Co at Render Mr Cleve Cobb and Miss Rosa Cobb of Sacramento were In Render last Saturday and Sunday on business There were quite a crowd from Rec der attended the game of base ball last Saturday between the crack nines ot Hartford and Taylor Mines Last Sunday evening there was quite an interesting game of bass ball played on the Render grounds be tween the crack nines of Render and Mcllenry The game ended with s victory for the Render team the score weighed 6 for Render and 1 for Mc Henry This is the best game that has been played in this ctuaty for many years Next Sunday the Ren T uM eW4 eel iCm p Yt i fr der twin Fill play the eti ck nine of Central City when old Render will gain another grand victory to be marked lo their credit The game will be played on the Mcllenry ground Please do nollo get the swell barbecue on the 29th Inst that Id going to be the swell day ol the season There will be speaking by ProJ S W Bed ford ot Owenctoo for the h 0 R M Let every Redman and Odd Fellow be present Miss Lena Fentress is our uptodate post mistress at Reader Miss Pen tress has many friends here who are glad to see her accept this high and honorable position Mr Ed Mannnrning of this city Is on the sick list at this writing Mr E G Burton of this city wa in Rockport last Sunday on business Duo ENGINE Knights of Pythlas Memorial Rough River Lodge No fro K of P held memorial services at Oaknoid Cemetery last Sunday atterncoa in honor of their deceased brethren A large crowd was present and assisted the Lodge very materlaly by furnish ing flowers A nice program had been prepared by a committee and each member acquitted himself ad ralrably The Loge is in quite s flourishing condition and has been very fortunate with its membership having tort only lour members since its Installation eight or nine years ago Its membership Is made up ol tome ol Hartfords and surrounding countys best young men Attention Farmers Have you grain to sell or grind On Juno 15th we will close our mill for the purpose remodelling and enlarging the capacity of same and will remain closed until July 1st Como to mill at once and have enough ground to last you Beaver Dam Milling Co Call Meeting All the members ol the Cicero Max well Camp Sons of Veterans and those who want to join are respectful ly invited to attend a meeting an Saturday July 22 at the court house at i oclock to attend to some important business for the benefit of the camp Adj Singleton of Covington will be here to muster in the camp on Sat urday June 29 HH DAVIS ICapt MAT ANZAS KY June IoItaln is badly needed in this section Mr J A Thlchenor is on the sick list Mrs M E Birdwell who has been quite sick is improving Mr and Mrs John D Wilton ol Hartford were in this community last week Mr Wilson did some snr veylnifior the Jamestown Ccal Co Mr S II Render and wife visited the Mammothe Cave and the city ol Louisville last week They report a pleasant trip Rev II P Brown ol Rockport spent several days with friends and relatives In this community last week The Quarterly Meeting was largely attended at Point Pleasant last Satur day and Sunday Mrs Dania Miller Mcllenry spent several days last week with her daughter Mrs Alice Carter at this placeMiss Jessie Tatum is visiting rela tives in Russellville this week News BOY a Marriages Hetbet C Farmer Fordsville to Ella Hellos Fordsville date of mar riage June 9 Joseph B Gller Cromwell to Allice Herrel Cromwell dateof marriage June 9 Jas Bolin Cannelton Ind to Ma mie A Perry Fordsville date of mar riage June 12 a a SMALLHOUSE KY June nThe photograph cor cert given June loth by Mr T R Barnard was quite interesting and enjoyed by allpresentMr Barnard a soldier of the late war visited his gradmotherMrs Ann Ross and other relatives In this vicinity recently Mrs Alice Pnlkerson is visiting her sister Mrs Tina 1 WIthiotv at Central City Muses Gracie Reid and Euloh Withrow are visiting their cousin Mrs Jeff Neal South Carrollton Mlsfl Ida Addington Messrs Chas Ross fond Walter Harris attended church at New Hope Muhlenbnrg county Sunday Eorn to the wife of Clarence Brown a girl Kiberta little soy of Mr Ward Vii llama is still quite sick Mr Ed Cleaver has a little child quite sick at this writing- T P Balls Centeitown visited his brother Mr II R Balls Tuesday night H A Good Cough Modlclno It speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use It in their own families in preference to any other I have sold Chamberlain Cough Remedy for the past five years with complete satisfaction to myself and customers says Drug gist J Goldsmith Van Utten N Y I have always used it In my own family both for ordinary coughs and colds and lor the cough following la grippe and find it very efficacious For sale by Z Wayne Gliffin Bro DigestionThat It make life role tDbl I Itt sulk ire uat nut baoaa o they carj n but wIly IxxauiM they tnutt They know they arc Irritable and Jrctfal j but they cannot bo otherwise They complain of a bad taste In the mouth a tenderness at tho lIlt of the stom sell an uneasy feeling of puffy fulness headache heartburn and what not Tbo effectual remedy proved by permanent cures of thousands of severe cases Is Hoods Sarsaparilla Jlouo IILLA are the best caLbuu CALLS FOR CONVENTIONS To I Nominate Candidates for Magistrates and Constables In the Various Districts of the County HARTFORD MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee of the Hartford Maglfter lal District held at Beaver Dam Ohio county Kentucky on June 8 1901 a majority ol said committee being present the committee was called to order y the chairman and the Coo Ring resolutions were adopted Resolved lat That a mass con vention be held In the Hartford Mag Isterial District at Beaver Dam Ohio Bounty Ky oa Saturday July 23 1901 at 2 p m for the purdose of nominating candidates to be voted for at the November election 1931 for the office ol Justice of the Peace and Con stable of said district 2nd That the candidates receiving i majority of the votes cast In said convention shall be declared the Re publican nominees and have their names placed on the official ballot for the respective offices Wu BROWN Chmn- R C JARNAGIN Secy CENTERTOWM MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT- A meeting of Precinct Committeemen in the Certeitown Magisterial District was held In Centertown Ky on June 6 1901 The meeting was called to order by G F Chapman W P Render was appointed chairman and G If Chapman was appointed secretary July 6 1901 Is the day set for a mass convention to be held in Centertown Ky for the purpose nominating candidates for Magic trate and Constable All Republicans In said district are requested to attend the convention The day and hour of meeting is July 6 1901 at 2 p m W P RENDER Chmn- G F CHAPMAN Secy CROMWELL MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Committee met by call of C E Raley Chairman of District No2 at Rotlne June the 8th 1901 for the purpose of calling precinct conventions to elect delegates to the district convention for the purpose of nomi nating candidates for Magistrate and ConstableWe committee direct that there be a mass convention to meet in each precinct on July the I3th 1901 at 2 p m in District No2 composed of Cromwell Select Rosine and Horse Branch to elect delegates one for each twentyfive votes and fraction over twelve cast for Wm McKinley- In November 1900 Said delegates fare to meet at Rosine July the i6th at s p m said delegates are to cast their votes as Instructed by their conven tion Delegated votes by precincts Cromwell 8 Select 51 Horse Branch 71 Rosine 9 CHRALBV Chmn W P MILLER Secy a ROCKPORT MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee ol the Rokport Magisterial District held at the residence of W II Wilcox Ohio county Ky on Jane to 1901 A majority of said commit tee being present the committee wa called to order by the chairman and the foowlng resolutions were adopt ed Resolved lat That a mass con vention be held in the Rcckpott Mag isterial District at Rockport Ohio county Ry on Saturday July 20 1901 at 2 p m in Heral Hall for the purpose of nominating candidates to be voted for at the November election 1901 for the offices of Justice ol the Peace and Constable oi said district 2nd That the candidates receiving a majority of the votes cast in said convention shall be declared the Re publican nominees and have their names placed on the official ballot lor the respective office WM HAMILTON W II WILCOX Com G M MADDOX J- FORDSVJLLB MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee of the Fordsville Magister ial District held In Fordsville Ohio county Ky Saturday June 8 1901 a majority ol the committee being present The committee was called to order by the chairman and enter into business The following resolutions were adopted by the committee Refoved ist That a mass con vention be held at Fordsville Ohio county Ky on Saturday July 20 1901 at I oclock pm for the pur pose ol nominating candidates to be voted at the next regular election for the offices oi Magistrate and Con stable of said district 2nd That the men receiving a majority of the votes cast In said convention shall be declared the Republican nominees and have their name enter ed on the official ballot for the respective officesJACOB CHANCELTOR Chmn- S C MILLER Secy BUFORD MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT I At a meeting of the Republican 1iPt 4crr v r E Everybody Store IiWAS never bettor prepared to supply your needs nowf9 fJIthoter All kinds of country produce taken in ex change for goods Ii 1- ensso Bess vv s 1 Our Wash Dress Goods fabrics are too numerous to mention But n look through this lino is sure to prove satisfactory to yourself as well as the firm lit AttWite rcaa Seeds India Linens in all grades from 5c to 2oc lit Dimities in tho neat and tasty effects at a varioCty of prices Nainsooks in small and largo QO OO t fJI 9 It is as necessary to keep tho feet cool as any p 9 other of the Lo and with this end in view upllLWa JLiof good easy ones for old as well as young and midA9 dieaged 1 lily sIuorder to complete the summer wardrobe it is at that you top oil with a nice stylish Hat And with thus wo are well prepared to complete Itthe task for you C 0M fWho need Clothing Hats Shoes UnderwcarShirts certainlyItQ It Business in this department still grows This- week will bring moro now Carpets Oil Cloths 1ft Mnttings Rugs Lace Curtains Blinds and poles- will bo now arrivals in this department this week t Wo can furnish any iJ m m tthing you need to wear anything you need to eat and can furnish youItuna and money t tl is Cm te1BeaVer Dem y acacaacaacacca Committee oi the Buford Magisterial District at Beda Ky on the 8th of June t901 a majority of said committee being present the committee was called to order by the chairmen and the following resolutions dratted and adopted Reiolved rat That a mass convention be held at Beda Ky In the Bu ud Magisterial District on SaturdayJ July 13 at 2 oclock p m 1501 for the purpose ol nominating candidates- to be voted for at the next regular election for the offices of Magistrate and Constable in said district and That the candidates receiving majority of titer votes cast in said convention shall be declared the Re publican nominees for Magistrate and Constable and shall have their names placed on the official ballot for said offices O R TINSLBY Chmn L P BENNETT Secy SULPHUR SPRINGS MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee of the Sulphur Springs Magisterial District held at Sulphur Springs Ohio county Ky June 12I 1901 it was ordered that a mass con vention be held at Narrows Ky on the 30th ofJuly 1901 for the purpose of nominating candidates for Magisl trate and Constable to be voted for at the next rrguar election All Re publicans are requested to attend tbei convention The candidates reedy lug the highest number of votes will be declared the nominees of the Re publican party and entitled to have their names entered on the official ballot J B WALLACE Chmn Aside from the serious Inconven ience and pain caused by piles there la a tendency to fistula and to cancer in the rectal regions Piles should not be allowed to run on unchecked Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infallible remedy Price 50 cts a bottle tubes 75 eta J II Williams- On u account of St Johns Day Celc 22edtickets will be sold at rate of oneslid one third fate Tickets sold Julie i limited June 33 for return- S B VANMBTBR Agt A Imitators have been many Thoughtful people have learned that true mel It comes only with the genuine Rocky IIedIIclueBun rho Hpatat of UJBculI A Hardly a day passes in families where there arc children In which j Ballards Snow Liniment Is not need ed It quickly cures Cuts Wounds Bruises Sums and Scalds Price and 50 rte J H Williams m25I A sallow jaundiced skin is a symp tom of disordered liver as it stings tram biliary poisons retained in the blood which destroy energy cheerfulness strength vigor happiness tnlS life Herbine will restore the latural functions of the live Price io cents J H Williams m To Ccf COQ tlmtlon Fonver orIIMa On account of the Pan American IIxposltlou round trip tickets will be mid at following rates and limits 18 90 on sale only on each Monday luring the month of May limited to- five days for return 125 20 on sale daily limit fifteen days 12845 on sale dally limit October 31 for 10 turn 513 VANMBTBR A- gtOASorOnJA Bun Kind lot liars flasyt Botgl of thlLthe Jt1 tintrr Worib Knowing IIOlfbToaleFtnn letter than Calomel end Quinine Con tats no Annenle tlaaranteedtry It At Drag gUU GOo and 1100 bottle STtM Cl ranfeec900 Yearlyliraubsum to travel appointing mnnU otbin lor ocal work looking lit our IntvrMt 8UOO alary guaranteed yearly extra commUnlona and expense rapid adrancement old eitablUa ed bonM Urand rbance for carne nice or poaltlonlibemlInternWrite at ono 551- 18NTtrroKii VREsn 33 Church Nl Sew haven Conn Rough River Teleoliona CompinfI- XCOSrOUTID s 1 Talk being cheapand necessar you should patronize home folks orownlinesand the whole county and business reasonable lyonly paying a runt to thRough River Telephone Company or 8XflenspifHartford Ky for particulars We cowed with all Independent Companies DONT BE FOOL- EDIO Tak th genuine orlglul ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Mad oly by MdUoo Mist- cia Madison WU H keep yen wall Our tied nark cut oa ach pets ants Nvr=U bulk Accept n MaM TiiHi tats Ak row druggist An T or Kldatji I r PllUtar 1Idaer Ilia IUw rUai UaaMdi OuCalcanuof II t i f p e co Irt t 1 4I J x it ra1A9At li- h Tito Rind Yon Hnvo Always Bought and vhcli has Iiccm in use for over 3O years has foorno tlio signature of anti has been mndo niiclcr his per Q sonal supervision since Its Infancy r Allow no ono to deceive you hi this AH Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood arc lint Experiment that trlllo with and endanger tlio health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cn torla Js a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare ROIIP Drops and Soothing Syrups It is 1Icnsnnt It contiiUn neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieve Teething1 Troubles cures Constipation anti Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach mill Bowels giving healthy nnd natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 9 Dears tho Signature of p f AJ 4- KilldThe Yon Have Always Bought In Usa For Over 30 Years Tt euCOMP TT Maaasr STarT OW roe em L r I FIELD SON OJ rrE== CCO TRANSFER LINEC= 7JC T CAvo =ABARTFOBD IsrA FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED A BOON TO jANKINDIJD = DR TABILERS BUCKEYE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CUBES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES DY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES FBMURD1SeePreil5or 310 Horth Main Siresf ST LOUIS MO p n 67T WHITES CREAM i- VERWHFUCEBV ORMS Jiiia CiMUij IV tin Quality For 20 Years Has Led nil Worm RoTte iaSa t wr3ox S ALL naVGGXEJTO- rrpu4 by A JAMES F EALLARD St Louis = ==11 1fiQ n usnR iLl tJu 1o iiti iiitiy tiiiwmrv to the young man or you tin wuiii in who wuoltl win mire In life Thlabelnff run tutu It in ol flint luiH rtihif toa Fonttrululo4patthheJthtlaudstotbererstrontran- the Bryant 8 gtraiton Clsiness College o V= = === == OradAIrmJolloorlCnO n n nnfwomans nome Companion I A t are I Ieertaltid1 VtIw hr Int Icemier- Upemrit r CO THE IDEAL HOME rlAGAZINEI proluselyillustratedy 54 pages a month tl by 16 inches and a everyissuepopularAmtrican is the ideal family magazine magnificently Its departments are edited ex perts and are lull of interest A a home magazine it has no su periors and few If any equals 600 Pages1200 Pictures EACH PAOE IS lOUAL TO rOlB ORDINARY MAOAIINE PAGES Hundreds of thousands con sider it a family necessity It is clean and inspiring Its contents while varied are entertaining andof the highest It contains neither sea provlnclahsmItLire Agent Wanted In Every Ciraraanlly Mmt Liberal Terms Subscription Price JIOO a Year Ten Cents a Copy Send Ten Centsfor a sample copy and we will send you an elegant 20 by2S inches in size Landseers famous painting Defiance or Stag at Bay this offer when you write Address WOMANS HOME COMPANION Springfield Ohio u u New Smith Premiers Nos 56T- ba Ko 6 taker paper 1K Inches wide and writes lines 16 Inches long longTbtbei Mchteical princnle the same itauA Kuxr I mitft each page new by 412 Walnut Stroet Cincinnati Ohio- t I U jhto Jsaf s t Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNK 14 VALUE OF HOME MARKET Far More Important Than all the Outside World Markets Put Together It is well to reach out in every di rection and by every intelligent means of peace and honor for new markets for the products ol American toll and skill But let us not neglect the home marketthe greatest market of all the one that Is most easily reached one capable of all the vastest develop mentHere are 76 003000 of the most widely enlightened mass of human beings on earth and therefore th greatest consumers For the more intelligent a man is the more varied his wants the more goods he needs or wantsThe income ofan American familyand that measures the aver age capacity for buying goods va rica from about i 3 o a year in Mas sachusetts to less than 300 in some Southern States In the loal the average Is about f750 a year Now the higher this average in come gets provided it represents dif fused wealth the larger will be out capacity to consume manufactures Anything which tends to raise this average tends to develop the horn market tends to enable the people to enjoy more and more of thecom forts and luxuries which their toil andskill produce On the contrary everything which tends to lower this average every thing which tends Io the concenha tlon Instead of the diffusion of nealth tends to destroy the home market and make the masjes producers of com fort and luxury for others The chief ways for developing the home market are Education which Increases mane desires and also his capacity to earn the means of satisfying his desires Higher wagesthe logical result ol better capacity to labor Against these forces Is any torn DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK i Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everywho reads the news papers Is sure to now of the wonderfu Drt1 111 the great kidney live t remedyIt1 I V u cal triumph of the nine dlIIo byX14rt nent kidney and blad der specialist and k eurinltamebles and Brlghts Diceaae which is the won form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be fount just the remedy you need It has been lestec In so many ways in hospital work in private practice among he helpless too poor to purchase relief and has proved so successful ir every case that a special arrangement bar been made by which all readers oMhls papei who have not already tried It may have isample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how tc find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generou offer In this paper and fTV lsend your address tOiffS 4DrKilmerCoBinghamton t regular fifty cent and nom 01 aampsoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something Now Under The Sun All Doctors have tried to curt Catarrh by the use powders ado leases inhalers and drugs in prate form Their powders dry up tbt tuucuous membranes causing them powerfunentirely eaten away the same mew branes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointment ohIntltor many years tirade a close study and speciality ol the treatment of Catarrh has atilast perfected a treat merit which when fritblully used not only relieves at once but permanent ly cures Catarrh by removing the cause str ping the discharges and curing mi inflammation It Is the only remedy known to science thai actually reaches the rftVcted parts Tils wonderful remedy is known at 1 Souffles the Guaranteed Catarrb Cure and is told at the extremely to v price of One Dollar each package containing internal and extern medicine sufficient for a lull niontlir treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use Sntfll8 is the only perfect Cure ever made and Is now rtrognizsc as the only sale and positive cure for that annoying1 mind disgusting disease BntlIquick to relieve Hay Fever or Colil in the Head Catarrh when neglected often lead to Consumption SnuflUs wii save you it you nee It at once It is no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which Is postlvely cuaran teed to cure Catarrh In any firm 01 stage if tired cccordlnp to the direc lions which accompany each package Dont delay but send lor it fll once and write lull particulars un tr your condition and you will receive peclal advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your circa without cost to you beyond the regular prlre ol oiiulHjs the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar Address Deptt IM win B Gilts Company 233 I nnd I 2332 Market street Philadelphia If which tends to make the laborer a helpless depentent and to enable a few men to control prices And therefore these combinations which are selling to foreigners more cheaply than they sell at home need attention New York Evening World FreeTrade ItLnrmntifMininlUinnrCiitnrrhihrontti I hff lllooil Co u Nolhing eo Try Would you like to get rid oi that chronic rheumatism or eflensive cat tarrh forever Then take a bottle Botanic Blood Balm which has cured thousands of hopeless cues that had resisted doctors rind patent medicine treatment Botanic Blood Balm B B B cures through the blood by de stroying the poison which causes the twful aches in the bones joints shoulder blades and back swollen lands hawking spitting bad breath impaired hearing etc thus making i perfect cure Botanic Blood balm thoroughly tested for 30 years Composed of pure Botanic Drugs Perfectly safe to take by old and young Druggists Sr Trial treatment free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and tree medi cal advice given until cured Dont give np hope but try B B B which makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the all run down tired body B B B makes the blood red giving the skin the rich glow of per feet healthIIt Is now hard to see how there can oe any other outcome than the formal repudiation of Bryan by the Demo crats and his disappearance from pol itics except AS a minor political and rotalagitatorSan Francisco Chron icle 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 Bryan appealed to the conscience of the people on another important issue He told them that Protection was a delusion and a snare bat the peoples conscience told them that Protection meant prosperity for the employer andemployed and for every branch ol our industrial system Bryan should be convinced by this time that the conscience of the people is right It Is about his own conscience the Ne braskan should feel concern Provi dence R I New- sUnnecessary Loss of Time Mr W S Whedon Cashier of the First National Brank of Wlnterset Iowa in a recent letter gives some experience with a carpenter in hU employ that will be of value to other mechanics He says I had a car penter working for me who was oblig ed to stop work for several days on account ol being troubledwith diarr hoea I mentioned to him that I had been similarly troubled and that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy had cured me He bought bottle of it from the druggist here and Informed me that one dose cured him and he is again at his work For sale by Z Wayne Grif fin Bro m SNobody worries roffadayn about the increase of imports all of which is a quite tribute to that Great American statesmen Nelson Dingley whose name will long be remembered Clln to1 Mo Republican HIS LIFE SAVED By Chamberlains Colic Chol oraand Diarrhoea Remedy I am sure that Chamberlains Col- Ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at one time saved my life says A E Lafalette ol Gregory Landing Clark county Missouri I was in such bad shape that the doctors said I could not live When I was at the lowest ebb one of my neigbors brought in a bottle cf Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and I took it and got instant relief I soon got up and around That was nine years ago and I am still in good health Since then that medicine has always been in my house and always will belt Is the best on earth Ior sale by Y Wayne Griffin Bro m I CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thonSignature o- fhughes Chill Tonic CPa181iab1eBetter than CalomelQuininC- ontains e no Arsenic TUG OLD RELIABLE Excellent GENERAL TONIC Aswell unurearrMpar tHIIIS and FE VKItS Malarial Fever Hnnmp Keren nnd JUI Ion Inn It Never FailsJ- ust what you need nt this season MILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS S K D A T I V E SPLENDID TONIC lunrnntred liy your Drnintktii IkonttktiiiymitjiilUato Trjrlt Mvaiid 1100 PREPARED B- YRobinsonPettet Co 371M INCOllIOIIATEI Louisville Ky fl T 4ox ASii AisU Roasted C0it i ARBUCKU BROS Notion Dept New York City NY A The low price Aat which Atbucklcs famous roasted coffee can be sold Is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at B cent n pound less than Arbucklca It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage as the producers of Arbuclclcs Coffee No otker coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price LION COFFEE A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALLY mistake I MAKEno my head is on every package of LION COFFEE you buy It guarantees its purity No coffee is LION COFFEE unless it is in a J pound seated packet with the head ofa lion on the front Then you get pure coffeethe highest grade for the money a desctlpttvelistbyimplyis In SPKB CO TOLEDO OHO n PanA ADlerian BXilSiHoD Best reached by the 1 tINm J LJThrough Mrvlro via 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It is an absolutely clean coffee No glazing no coating with mixtures or chemicals impcrkctlonsa Just try a package of LION COFFEE and you will under stand the reason of its Pepuzarty which the only form WOOLSON Inndrffcllre ofnKeDlno ufJoorll definite pure II I Fttty Coasts a Year Lou Than a Penny a Number WEEKLYi Gai 1 IAfter a career ofmoro or less activity In tho Southern field for bclOUlOIla their own story paper Short stories sketches Incidents of war and of peace anecdotes at homo ana afield poems Ideas fash- ionsI hints for home keepers everything of Interest to old and young will appear in Us excellent weekly make up rrowYIIoin C SlitIImonts and lalymhsLovcIshy Jlluiirlcc Tliomp 2 Ilion to begin with absorbing Interest andI lCents n yeAr No agents commission The paper in its own best offer and argument to the subscriber Ono sample copy free to you and to your six POSTtilleach accompanied by the full amount 260 net to us entities the seeder to The Sunny south n whole year free 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