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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r j 7 1 r fy I 1 f 3 V Tn HAffimttt IIPVLIUANI Fine Job Wok a Sp cialty OFFICIAL ORAX OF THE pun 18 TIE IIEFODaiHCOKBBESSIOHAlDISIBICI Subscription 1 a year VOL XIII HARTFORD RY FRIDAY JUNE 28 1901 JVo 49 n J Cough COUgh Night and day until the ttrength II- f entirely exhausted and that dreaded word Csu liqtt begins to be Mrbls jwred among friend Tu t a common everytownThere another storyw1ilch ought to be u widely known ai the story of dlt eeee n that It the tory of the curet effected by the use of Dr lierte Golden Medical niscovrrr Bronchitis asthma obtllnate deepMtted cough bleeding of the lungi other fornu of which affect the respiratory organs are- permanently by the use of Golden Medical Discovery Only for Dr Here Golden Mrdktl Dl corery think I would be write Mr Mows Mile of muTant Ulnlat Wyomtug I had allhma iO Iu4 I redd muM and tve no = 1IhalltaI adiytrd I cnoghed an the time both n1ht and Man r ad thought I had eonumptlon M 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toad caw and criminal practice OBce niwtnln Iriftln block J B R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at UW HARTFORD KY Wilt practlc hi proleMton In all the court ol Ohio sad adjoining eonntlr and the Court ot Ap peal Prompt attention given to oil bUsinesS entrated to him Offlc In llirUDUCin building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY hl lon In the court nt Ohio andadlolnlnaconntle tiso Notary 1nbllc Southern i Railway Through El ht Dwt Southern States I KENTUOKYTENNESSEEJSouti ICAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North OAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI S4t3 MUM Three I ally Traln Between LouIs I Till and Islington Obwrrntlon Chair Car Train leaT and arrlT IxiuUf111 from Seventh Htreet Union epotconnectllimrlth trains of the HID oil Central Itollroad Lilt L It It IAWuHTVIx AMltnntl IA rxinliTllI wLrGaIuia CO ip Tr ll M is Ic rJVIU hi agio I J ttJ J h NEWSPAPER COMMENTS What the Editors of the Country are Saying About the Lead Ing Topics of the Day A laxornble bala Ice of trade may not be essential to an old creditor country like Great Britain but ills still Indlipensable to the United States The American people know this and it is with an unerring in stinct that they adhere to the econo mic policy which makes a favotable balance great and certain Boston JournalTexas politicians have ceaged their execrations against trusts since the oleaginous resources of the Lone SUlr Stole hive bren brought to the sur face Oakland tSlT Republican- We are entering the foreign markets purely on business principles Our surplus products have giowu out ol our home policy and we are eliding them loely on the strength of their pllieaud supetorlty It would be folly for us tu offer them ou any ether scote Trenton G rlte The Boston Herald thinks the es timates oi the amount which Ameri cans pay to foreign ship owners for ocean transportation grossly exag gerated Perhaps it Isbul what ever the amount is it would be better to pay it to American rhip own ers Minneapolis Tribune The Independent Democrat Loult yule Evening Post points out that Republican f ides are undoubtedly favorable to Southern development and adds Every new acory means more Republicans Prejudice and dead issues cannot forever withstand such h fluences New York Trib uneMr Bryan wants the people to arise and rebuke the Supreme Court for its decision In the Purto Rico case Mr Drjans theory is a whole Ibt worse and his logic tar more ragged than those of the Supreme Court The reople ol this country have quit swatting courts became they dont agree with the decisions rendered Lawrence Kan Journal The protective principle is not wan lug in this xounlry It is as strong asitevtr was When a chance is made rnror titles will unquestionably be reduced as lot needed for protec lion but there will be no sacrifice ol the initeclive principle Philadel phia Pes Ills lojiewbot anomalous to think or rpe k ol McKinley as a nonparti san President but he tunic nearlj appiuclxs that standard in the scute of nil the people than any of hii predecessors May his successor whether be be Republican or Demo craltc let us hope be will be the latter be qually as broad and liberal of spirit Nashville American Dun If Colonel Wolterson really knows where there is a real serene unmix ed antidicker Democrat let him end this horrible suspense and trot him out to the lineNew York Press William J Bryan who bowed the knee to King Croker last Jail in New York his feverish imagination paints as emperor McKinley of Porto Rico Jersey City Journal According to Mr Bryan President McKinley is now Emperor wade to by tht recent decision of the Supreme Contt It Mr Bryan had heed elect ed he would be Emperor instead of McKinley Oh the might have been in his melancholy waUlIn dlatapolls Journal II Edward Atkinson can have his way the Democrats will make Free Trade the paramount issucfof cam paigns between now ann 1904 Since Aguinaldo has surrendered the aunt lea are well nigh disconsolate Cleveland Leader- Reciprocity can be used as a key to unlock the trade ofall nations andI the President is disposed to ute it for that purpose That is not abandon ing the principal of protection for which President McKinley has become a Gibraltar No recipreclty IsI likely to Interfere yery much with Amerlcau Industries in need ol pro tection There will be nothing like the Mills horizontal Tariff BIng hamton Republican No one who knows the man can for a moment Imagine that President McKinley has substantially aVardon ed the policy of protection to home industries Springfield Mass UnionIMr Towne is out lu a fierce blast against a third term for PresidentI McKinley Its a pity j Towne couldnt find some occupying j employment f 0 that he his energy to acme useful purposeI Salt Lake city Tribune j The Republican party may some time divide upon some issue not yet In sight but the Free Tr de papers will never have the inHt fiction ot seeing the elephant do u spllfon the tariff 01 New Caste Pa NewsIshould flOord an assurance that it J a s 2r will prove capable of so revising theI tariff as to put a stop to the abuses ot protection As to the record of the Demoiatlc party in tariff reforming consult ex President Cleavland an My Dear Catchings Washington PostIt is not strange that Democrats are called Bourbons because they neither learn nor forget Its no won der that the people hive c me rccogniz Democracy when represent ed bythe emblem ot a jackau It is a kicker without sense Jersey City Journal Edward Atkinson has come out in favor of FreeTrade thus deceiving tboje who believed that Mr Atkin roa was only one kind of a fool Camden N J PostTelegram- Mr Bryan ought to thank his stars that hewas not elected The dtcision of the United States Supreme Court that the Constitution does not follow the flag would have placed him In an awkward predicament As it la he is happy in having some thing told against which to but his head Albany Journal Jo Bailey declares that the Supreme Court decision will be a source of endless mischief andconfusion Joe is evidently laboring under the impressoa that the decision Is a sort ofR Democratic patorm Peoria III Journal Democrat must be Democrats said Mr Bryan That refreshing Mr Bryan has always insisted here tofore that Democrats must be Popu ists Kansas City Mo Journal Bryan and his fellow Pops nsed to allege that Americans were slaves oi the engllsh money power Now that all the world is borrowing from us Bryan will have to discover some new kind of slavery lor usJersey City Journal A large woolen mill at Manayunk Pa has been closed on account ol trot getting enough cars to carry away the manufactures This is a case of too much prosperity Pierce Neb Call Tbote high ariA barriers are all right Let em stay The exports ot this country for 1900 were forty times as large as those of iSoa and the imports were only ten times larger Theres where the prosperity showing comes in Clinton Mo RepublicanWhile professes that be owes the people cf tire United States souieihlng it should be whispered that he can acceptably pay it in silence Chatham N Y Repub licanSome ol the Democratic papers areI Uying to pick out the next Republic an nominee for President Confi dentially he will be a hard mar to- bcatMattinez Cal Grzttte The Republican party has always believed and still believes that the first dnty of a Government is to pro tect its own citizens from foreign competition The Cubans in askingI to share in the benefits ol that protec THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards ate Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and PoslItive Cure for the Liquor It is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and notI weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use ot intox jesting liquors requires an antidote capable ot neutralizing and eradicat ing this poison and destroying the craving lor intoxatants SuOerers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time IromI business by this wonderful Home Cold Cute which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faith ful use according to directions of tblsI wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate care no matter how hard a drinker OnV records show the marvelous transformation ol thousands of Drunk ards Into sober industrious and upIright men Wives cure your husbands I rChlK dren cilre your fathers I This rem edy is in no sense a nostrum but is a tptcific for this disease only and Is so skillfully devised and prepllrldI that it is thoroughly andI pleasant to the taste so that it given in a cup of tea or coffee with out the knowledge of the person talc ing it Thousands of drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless beenIloving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued drinking of their own free will Do not wait Do not be deluded by apparent and leading improvement Drive Qut the disease at once and for all time The The Home Gold Cure is fold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach ot everybody a treat ment more effectual than others cost iflgS26 to 50 Full directions accompany each package SpecUl ad vice by skilled physicians when requested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the worldon receipt ol one dollar Address Dept t Edwin B Giles Company 3330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confid ential I a 4 5 siL tlon forget that they are to cltlzn- at the United StattsExchangef- lxPresident Harrison was coasld speakersIling his tour of the South and West demonstrated that he stands second to no one Newport N H Repub Hcan Champion disableIperson for three or Sour weeks Many cases have occurred however in which a cure has been ef ftcted in less than one week by ap plying Cbamberlpina Pain Balm For tale by Z Wayne Griffin Brb flow Are rurleldsye f Dr Ilobb Bprol1l1 PjlUcnr ill Sidney ill- salit tAdduWrUug VoCblcuo IW tTherewho denied to William McKinley any claims to statesmanship No fair minded man to day will do so nor will any such refuse to credit him with a patrioic purpose to promote and conserve the interests the wel fare and the honor ot the nation Chestcrtown Md Enterprise HIS LIFE SAVED By Chamberlains Colic Chol oraand Diarrhoea Remody I am sure that Chamberlains Col ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at one time saved my life says A E Lafalette of Gregory Landing Clark county Missouri 1900S 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 of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and I took it and got instant relict 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 be It is the best on earth For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Texas has become a land ot Demo cratlc magnates pipe lines and pipe dreams and the biggest man there Is a Hogg Billings Mo Bee 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 Educate Toll fawns witn Cacaretm rOfeer10cSCaS If American woolen manufactures were wiped out of existence the American wool gi ocr would find it bard work lo survive The present duties on wojl and woolens only ex 1st by the cooperation ct growers and manufacturers and if the dark days oi 189497 do return it will be because these two great interests have allowed themselves to be set by the ears by interested politicians who hope to ride in again to power over the de struction of both ndustriesBoston Commercial Bulletin Look ANIIIctiloTlnie 8aTwnln Hughes Tonic Itttepl1 taken locally Spring nod allrytheCIIteufni and Malarial Fren tnurnptbijUD llotur than Calomel and DraglfllioUnnecessary Loss of Time Mr W S Whedon Cashier ortbeI First National Brank of Winterset Iowa In a recent letter gives someI experience with a carpenter In hisI employ that will be of value to other mechanics He says I had a carpenter working for me who was obllg ed to stop wprk for several days on account ot being troubled with diarr hoea I mentioned to him that I hadI been similarly troubled and that Chamberlains Colic Cholera andI Diarrhoea Remedy had cured me He bought a bottle ol 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 fluBro m ptGrover Cleveland never did have any luck fishing in Ohio Billing Mo Bee Cures Rlieiimnllin or Calnrrli Hi rough lhf Illnod Coalii JVolhlliR foley Would you like to get rid of that chronic rheumatism or effcnsivc ca tarrh forever Then take a bottle Botanic Blood Balm which has cundI thousands of Hopeless cases that had resisted doctors and patent medicine treatment Botanic Blood Balm IJI B B cures through the blood by destroying the poison which causes the awful aches in the bones jolulsI shoulder blades and back swollen glands hawking spitting bad breath impaired hearing etc thus making- a perfect cure Botanic Blood balm thoroughly tested for 30 years Composed of pure Botanic Drugs Per fectly safe to take by old and young Druggists 1 Trial treatment free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble anti free medi cat advice given until cured Dont give up 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 perfect health I A TARIFF REVISION BOSH totofhTariff Laws Tbee was a time whets the Protec te Tariff system was ofcomparative Ijrjittle direct bent fit to the people of the Pacific Cotst Before manu factures were established here there wfs less benefit from the home ifiirket and before transpoitation fa litlea reached their present per fection the freight tales on articles fnyn the manufacturing districts of country were appallingly high Moreover a velY large share ol the products of this section not needed toy Itaoiediflte home consumption was exported Substantially none of them went to the manufacturing dis tricts ot the East where alone we purchased Our farmers sold their wIsest to Great Britain our lumber men their pioluct in China in AUf tralia and South Ameiica and the vessels which transported these products returned In ballast for new cargoes Having lived under a Protective Tarifl during the period when It was but little benefit locally the people ol the Pacific coast are certainly en titled to a continuance of the Protec tive Tariff system now that they have something to protect and are building up both the protected in dustrlcs and the home market whkh accompanies them The od anti protection cry of the Demorats has again been raised in the hope that the popular prejudice against trusts may make it politically effective The tariffs on steel and iron are the especial points ol attack and the false argument is advanced that the great steel trust Is the sole bent ficiary ol the present tariff system and that its alleged monopoly would be broken if the tarifl was re moved The future of the State ot Wash ington depends industrially and pot sibly commercially upon the estab lishment of iron and steel plants herein the cities on Puget Sound We have the ore supplies the fuel and the market We also have however a labor market in which wages are far higher than in the centers ot the iioa and steel industry of the East High rail freight rates afford a modi cui0of piotection to the industry so far as competition from the Eastern manufacturing centers Is concernedThe has not yet been established Capitalists arc just tak lug hold of it in a tentatively way Negotatlons are proceeding for the purchase of the best known oe bodies and unless adverse legislation Interferes there will be one more large iron and steel plants in opera tion within a comparatively brief period There is absolutely nothing which could be of greater importance to the people of the whole State of Washington than the operation here of great steel and iron plants utiliz ing our raw materials and supplying the local demands for iron and steel It would mean an enormous Increase In the wage earning population the establishment of factories ofnil kinds the retaining here of hundreds of thousands of dollars which row are annually sent East a local home market for the great bulk ofour agricultural produce and In general industrial independence for the entire StateTo repeal the Protective Tariff duties on steel would delay if not prevent the building up of the iron and steel industry in this State at least until wages came down to tile Eastern standard or the Eastern standard rose to that of this const In the meantime the Industry would be established on this coast but not in tkis State Just aciois the line from us within a few hours by water transportation lie beds of iron ore and measures of coking coal fully equal to any which we possess British Columbia has as a portion of the Dominion of Canada a Protective Tariff Canada also oilers to pay a bounty for a term of yeats oq every ton of steel produced in its bor dersThe manufacturing supremacy of the Paclfi coast and incidentally the conttol of the Asiatic markets for all articles ot steel and lion will rest with the state or province which sue cessfully establiihts fated acd lion plants pn the largest scale Other natural advantages being equal the first great steel plants will be estab lished af tbat point where the other inducements are the greatest British Columba has all ot the natural ad vantages which we possess Given free trade on this side nl the line and bounties and high Protective Tatifls on the other and who can question which will lead in the race for indusI trial supremacy Seattle telligencer In the face of universal pioiptrlty and national ptojress Bryan continues his former attempts Jo make people r S 2 i discontented and suspicious lIe nev I er says a good word for his country and its Institut ons but os over the land laultfindlng and grumbling While he is making a ridiculous show of the anger of a defeated politician his former ptoiilnence gives him a chance to do some harm What the people want of him is that he give them a long rest Davenport Ia Republican Reunion The Green River Reunion Associa tion composed of the nth 7th and and 26th Ky Inft and 12th Ky Cav will hold their annual reunion at Morgantown Ky on Green River on the 4th of July 19HThe commit tee on arrangements cordially invite all exFederal exConfederate and exSpaulshAmerican soldiers to at tend A free dinner will be served them and their wives Excursions from Bowling Green above and Cal hoon below will enable the public to attend who are also invited J T Rivrts Secy The otopus is getting in its work Bryan In his tpeecb in Nevada last week said The trusts have more power in the Democratic party today than they have had at any time since 1896 Louisiana plo NewsI Democracy now has nn issue Their cry from now on will be Down with the UnIted States Supreme Court I Tiffin Ohio Tribune OASTOaXAlean thelie ItW Yw Hni Ahnp toght Blgutut 1I 1of L They Mean Business- In 1894 we were producing 128000 tons of pig iron per week Now we are psoluclag and using over 300 000 tons per week Protection and pig Iron are great friends and both mean business and the farmer is just as much Interested as the manufac turer and laborerAmerlcan Econo mistWilliam J Bryan rebuking the Supreme Court is something for the gods to weep over Buffalo Evening News Tho Cumberland Telephone Tolograph INCOllPOIUTEU Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Mississippi and connected by its Long Distance line with all pnncpal points in thirty five States and Territories is establishing an exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam Render McIIenry Centertown and surrounding country They wish to make their service as comprehensive and valuabe as possl = ble and make a specialty ol furnishing service to parties living in the coun try within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rites and other information may be obtained at the exchange over Wills lams Drug Store Hartford Ky FRANK PIERCE Manager a McKinley is not an imperialist but lu excellence hefts an imperial Pn si dent or in about the same sense as New York is an imperial State Clyde Kan Herald The Tariff and Business The Democrats who have nothing to lose are clamoring for Tarifl amendments on the ground that our good fortune should be shared with rivals who must be allowed to com peon equal terms if they are to con tribute their share to the general fund of all nations Theoretically the FreeTraders are right and reciprocity should be carried to extreme limits But political economy is not an txict science and practically the FreeTrad era on this side of the water wrong as experience has taught The balance of trade in our favor has enriched this country the balance of trade against other countries bat deprived us of few luxuries and no necessities The Tar iff as it stands today has not inter feted with business but it can be made to interfere with business and it will interfere with it once the agita tion or fair as certain professors used lo put it in the class room Full River News Protection Day Before the Indus trial Commission Thursioy June 6 was a field day for protection before the Industrial Commission at Washlngto i In view of the bundle of sophisms false the ones and misconceptions of fats and conditions embodied in the testlrroay of Messrs Atkinson and Molt who had ashort time beioe be lveslotquutlonII Ilo the end that the history of the work mlgbtIor against the proposition that the ta I iff is the mother ot trusts Accord ingly to witnesses of marked distinc tion and capability appeared before the commission at the request of Thd I S American Protective Tariff League namely nun Robert W Tayler rep I resentative in Congress from the andII o tons Magazine It would hive been j j difficult to choose two men better I qualified to present the case of i tectlon in Its practical and proI aspects Mr Tayler hits been a deep i J student ot the practical side Pioler sor Gunfon is past master ol the aca demic side Speaking from the stand point of a close observer ot actual facts and loiditotis Congressman Tayler boldly took issue with the freetrade contention that the Tariff is respansl ble for the growth and development of trusts and that the repeal of Tariff Protection would be a remedy for the tibet evil Primarily said Mr Tayler it is labor that is chiefly In terested In and benefited by a Protec tIe Tariff and until we are pre pared to lower the standard of living this Protection must be maintained Wherever labor enters into a finishedI product of any kind or bor Is benefited by a Protective Tar lIT Regarding the repeal of duties Mr Tayler said that to remove the duty on tin pate lor example would make it Impossible to establish tin plate plants outside of the United states Steel Trust On the suljct ot the Babcock bill he said that in lines where the percentage of labor coit was lowest there was piobably no need of a Taut and to this extent the Bab cock bill would be all right but be I opjo ltd that measure because it would make independent competition impos sible and put new weapons into the hands of the trusts Mr Kennedy Then you think the Babcock bill is lu the interest of the United States Steel Company Mr Tayler It woald destroy all possibility of competition and strike a blow at labor Mr Litchman Do you think it wise to precipitate a tariff discussion at this time Mr Tayler In the present condition of industry trade and commerce it would be the extreme of folly to inject any such element of unrest as that Involved in a reopening of the tariff question Turning to the subject of reciproci ty treaties Mr Tayler showed himself thoroughly sound and orthodox His views accord perfectly with Republic an doctrine as set forth In the national platform of 19 o The witness declared himself ns favoring only that form of reciprocity which Inoves the importation of articles whichwe do not ourselves produce 1 object he said to that sort of reciprocity which takes from a single American workingman his job It is a false economic principle to buy of other people what we can ourselves make in order to sell to the outside world more ol what we make Mr Faiqubar Then you dont think well ot the plan of the French Reciprocity Treaty whereby we were to slaughter our knit goods end wine and several other industries for the benefit of the Frenchmen Mr Tayler Decidedly to Prof Gunton devoted his attenticn chit fly to the testimony recently given by Messrs Atkinson and Holt I He began by saying that the Free Traders conception of noninterfer ence was best realized by savages who in tact were the farthest re moved from freedom Civilization was the opposite extreme the realiza tion of the principle of soclelary pro tection The logic of Mr Atklntois thinking if he had the courage to carIry it out and he lometlmes did I IT IS A PITY SO FEW WOMEN Are Entirely Free FromaPelvic Catarrli IAlIIi Anna Cariten Clayton IIL CaratenC1aytonTUssy Your Pcmna did mo so much good I believe I should have been dead by this time had I not used It lam feel Ing so well now Ihave not taken any medicine for tour or five months I can cheerfully recommend Pcruna to my Mends Everywhere tho people especially the remedytorIloxa Tylor Vlc Prcsldontof the Illi nois Womans Alliance writes from 910 East Sixtieth street Chicago Ill the following During the past year Igraduallylust flesh and strength until I was unable to perform my work properly I tried dif ferent remedies and flashy Parana was suggested to mo It gave me new life and strength Icarmotlpeak too hlihly of It The extreme sensitiveness of the mu cons lining of every organ of a womans body Is well known physicians This explains why in part at least so few women are entirely free from catarrh Porana cures catarrh wherever It Is located Solid toT free catarrh book Address Dr Uartraan Columbus Ohio anarchy No nation ever made any substantial progress whose industries were uniform and monotonous Progress has only been made through di versification of human effort in indus trial form With such diversification comes development inevery phase of human freedom He defined pater I nalism as giving to the individual something while Protection was giv ing to the individual the opportunity todosoinethingforhlmself Here said he is where the Protective Tar iffcomes in Thats what it is for the Protection of the opportunity- The testimony of Messrs Tayler and Guntpn will be printed hereafter in the American Economist and will then be reviewed more in de- tailaJczzilIean the You Hare Atari Bought I Blgutut of UlII BAD BLOODCABCAKCTH d mil lied rr he and tr a traJr wonderful nedlcloe Ihsvaorun wished for medicine p10550 to take and it 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guarantee to Core or no L- ayBLOOD POISONa II tiaoaeourgeoftuankind It not bo a crime to niTe It fcrlt mar k be Inbtrlled but It is a crime to It to remain In the JI m Like lather PTi Ilkooa Bcwar of Mercury sad PoUUk trutawnt Dre 1tI K positively care 3 U the wont COM or no Pay S VARICOCELE STRiCTUfiE B- T The New Method Treatment cnrethcaadiease aafely and rello W U pain nonfferlnnodetentlonfrombulne DontrlcUoiwraUonandrilnyour k assail organs TbecUlcturetluneUatxoibedaudcaauercrretarn Dn guarantee Cone II J Kidneys Bladder I Dont BMlect your VldnT Your setting back tclla the tale Boat let Doctor R J sspertaeatstYOU DriKi Kcancute joultyou are not beyond human aid L n They giarann u Cure or No Pay P- l3 CURES GUARANTEED NO CURR NO PAY Conoultotlon U c Ilool ent F eealedl Write for Quetlou Bluult Ser Uom Treatment UTcrytblaio Confidential DRS KENNEDY KERGAN U2TSTREET OHIO K K K K K K K K K v L j sr bi i rA- r r t zviP P i I TI Hon Alfred Taylor Tennessees Great Humorist and Lecturer Will Address the Ohio County Teachers I t 4- I I c f 4 1 I Hartford RepublicanI FRIDAY JUNR 28 JON nOnJlLtrIrCC =Q CC Zog1 311 == 0 =1115 4 until Frldayi tt HitHnttfotdful Colneorporatta Intend it Hirtfiri pistilfici is secandcliss mail matter REPUBLICAN TCKETLc Jor ReprfJfltftlhIcAI for Comity Jmlice 1ON KOOtllS- FnrCnnnly ronrl Clerk M HIIAUJlU I nrEflflhItyp For rillCA I If KKOW- J1nrHcliool t Nit rrlnle iidrnl rAMIH ErjfliFor Jnller THOMAS II IIAItFor AReuortFor Surveyor joiix ii noun For toronrrI- tKX I IIAVIN w nWlCI D1lCl rJ m 9 FUll MACJlSTHArtE MUST IthTJlICTIWf oro nnthorlied UEutuii to nnnouncufA a candidate for wairtstmte In the IIftftlordI Magisterial liltmt subject to the llcpiblican party SECOND IJlITIUCTIWe ore nothorlted to antiouncetllo W Ann candidate lor Magistrate In the Cromwell Magisterial DMtrlct subject to the action of the ItepoMlcon party We ate nuthorlied to BoaoaoceItTUUlOnEIiSIAnnrondldatetor Magistrate In the Cromwell Magisterial i trlcte hject to Ue action ottbe llepobllcon IortrIWe are nuthorljed to announce IIAIIION CIlII WIPER As ft candidate for Constable In the Cromwell Magisterial UUtrlct subject to the action of the Itepabllcan party TI11IIU DISTRICT Wo ate authorized to announce JOHN M uiiAiiAH- An n candidate for Magistrate In the Hnlphur Nprlngs Magisterial District subiect to bear tlon of the Itepnbllean purty- POUltTIl DISTRICT We lire authorized to announce KIA7AU MITVIILM- As n condldirte for ungUtrnte In the 1ordsvllle uagl tetliillilstrletiMilirct te tbe nctlunnttbe llepflblleun P7 FIFTH DISTRICT Wo are authorised to uiinnniHv II MSlE- IA a coDdWate fur Mlriolrl In the lloford Maiditerkite Itbttrttt subject to the action of neltepnbll o party SIXTH DISTIIIIT We are nutborlied to announce w v IIIM IK Pill As a candidate for Magistrate In tbeCetilertown Magisterialllrlrt subject tn the action of the Itcpibllcun party HKVRXTII DISTRICT We ie authorized to announce IM IlKIIHY iE KY Ann candidate for Magistrate In the ltocktotCMagisterial District subject to the llepablleun Htttjr WHO BLAMES THEM Quite a gt od deal has been Baid about disaffection in tbe Republican party by ourtA G Beutnu1 IInd bia colleague the nMiimcd editor but they have never been able to find a man that waa not abe to vote hit tutmiciits They talk ol tupline court house ring and office trust und talk you know is cheap flu who blanus them They cant talk t f their rcconl in defending tbe Goc bel law it isut wholeadiue for then to say they indorse the contest the overthrow of civil liberty the seating of the defeated by a contest tbe pro luclings of which are thoroughly t duua anti repulsive to tbe citizens ot Ohio county it would never do for them to say Wo indorse tile llHfran chi cmelltof Jeflerpun Johnson Martin anti Magcfliu counties it wouM lejiirnalitc etiicitle to discuss the pereecution of Caleb Powers ol course they wish to see hint hung and tho Republican party damned but they dare not allow that to come into the campaign for them to defend Beck Iam in pardoning one convicted gambler because there are others that have escaped justice would be the bight of folly and would result in a Morn repudiation at the voile They are quite aware if the issues of this campaign are made on tbe conduct of the Democratic party m State affairs that the sturdy citizens of the county would atk Judge Miller do you indorse the jection of Gov Tay Jar form the governors chair after he was fairly and Constitutionally seated by a Democratic returning board from circulereuce to center Mr Smith do you indorse thii con test WLat about you Mr Barnes and you Mr Butler anti you Mr GixUey Most asiuredlj the thing for ynu lIIll i is to cover up your abomi nable past ebilt tho issues damn TUG IUTIWUOAN and its editor cute the gid of truth tbat records your past history to ecru anti talk of thing n i they ought to Ianti not as you have made them Whatever you do you d better kepI Sate politics out ot this campaign Ve Lave repeatedly punctured tie platform OD which tbe Democracy of Ohio county stands and on vWiA te r nHiHnM for thvAri otis t flirts prciumo to stand anil no leleuee have they ollered they al 1iliitely refuse to close up the iuroads matte on the infernal tbingIA G Ben tOil the aRHlnled editor and each of the several Democratic candidates are apprised ot the fact that they can not discuss State or National politics in this campaign To do so is certain death They dare not defend the conduct of tho Beck ham procession prognosticators The head ot the ticket dares not advise tho public that myBoo flourished a painting purporting to represent Gov Taylor shooting Senator Goebel bz fore tbe irate Ohio James as a red rag iu the face of a maddened bull while addressing a multitude of Ohio county citizens neither does the candidate for clerk admit that my daughter led the procession of llrapifleO with assassi nation cry You killed Gov Goo et 1 there aint no black spots on this rowd These things must be oblit from the campaign or there is not a ray of Lope for a single member of that ticket An attempt is being made to so direct tho campaign by a man who IS incapable of purchasing a ound of dried swine without pre cipitating quarrel with his friend merchantWell thee things as they to and having read the decrees of fate how else could they conduct themselvef What can A G Ben on do but talk of insignificant Re publican troubles the conduct ot TUG UEFDIIUCAN and abuse our oth er self because he has been associated with us journalistic work while we relentlessly fought tbe enemies of free institutions and civil govern ment In the consultation meetings here these ordera have eked forth doubtless many prayers have gone like this Would to God that might cover up the past and the campaign be directed on new and diflerent lines Oh that wouldcer be a rich inheritance indeed but too good to hope to realize The lines of the present campaign are clearly defined Issues do not come and go with Republicans as they do with Democrats Every lull and change of the mcon do not bring us something free to take upal1d down and around The issues in Kentucky will be the people versus those holding office by the grace of judicial farce aud legislative fraud Shall the people be permitted a voice I in their government and shall they have tbeir votes counted as cast and- the result to standare questions this campaign Why should Judge Miller and Mr Smith and Mr Barnes and Mr Cox refuse to allow these questions enter the campaign Are they opposed to this sort of gov ernment Then gentlemen explain- why you made speeches last fall in interest of a man wbo was in open re bellion against the people r POWERS APPEAL FOR HELP riuMcrouT Kr April ro inot lion N IlnrroM llwlrnmn llepibllm fuunty Committee Taylor Mince KyMj Iiwir Sir After n bug and to me rxenire truKule I wac rlled to the offlre ul Secre cry ul tate At the end of n Litter content I wile wruugfnlljr deprived of that otnrt Wbllftbe title to It vrnnlwlng fouxht out In the court with my own mo cy I employed H BUIRHent office forrennd met the Incidental exppiinen riwwuary to the proper UlschnrKe of the dntlM ot the ofllw I wee nrrented nnd thrown In Ion before I waa finally deprived of tie olllro to which I wan fairly elected l y the lieople ofthU Pitate nail In Jail I biivebeen for inure than oney nr eontendlnu n U tI ionlil with a pronetutliin the character of alit h nnd the renalt ot which In well known I have been wanted 11 new trial but I hare no inuoey with which to prepurn my dtfenw Ior two yeAM I Imre 0peut bat mnde no money I cannot contend uece fully with JlOiWNlaiMl that too backed by tin troflg arm of the Commonwealth n CUNB of thlii character with no empty pocket book or ineflRer menu 1 much regret to be forced to nk you through the lreiaet tuiiiiitteniiien anti oth er frlemlM to make a direful aidna iii your whole county Rod wad to me by renMered mull In rare of Pr S II llolmw I M of Frankfurt Ky whatever donatloun the Rood 111u your county fell dUpumnl tu make In my behalf Money than sent will reach me nfely wnererorl maybe I know II irreat ninny rwjDentn urenmdeof you und wile I hot In utralned clnunistnnivM I wunld not call upon youritelt and the Kood untie ol your coUnty for 1a11oU knowlt tithes money tonxht nine of thl iort anti I know not when these prottecntlonn mny end Intll my Iliiibn writ tettered and mynelf thrown In a prUuif tell I contended with what little of energy und lirnlnn I had for the liberties of the jwopleof this State Place my Incaneratloii the whole country U familiar with my record IlIlIIhlllololtlabarltttl iiKulnut me and If my ciiniluit and condition deserveconnldcratlon the hamlit of the pro pin ofyonr county trust they will not Iw plug to come nmy relW und will ntnnd by my Intereiilii faithfully an I have tried to Bland by theirs Sly legitimate activity In this iMciuorable campaign and contest Ii the CliO v of nil my woes I HIII ulnceivly- CIIEU 1owEBn Certainly this appeal for help should be responded to liber ally The statements contained ii this letter are unquestionably trueI aud deserve the serious consideration of his friends Iu view of Powers unfortunate condition the ladies o I Lexington have taken up his cause andare raising money to aid In the struggle for a lair aud impartial liitl which was denied him last summer when the evidence ol such fiends as Finley Anderson Robert Noake I Strolling Weaver and others iullucnc ed by that 8100000 corruption fund was admitted against him From Frankliirt to Georgetown and from Louiavillo to Frankfort e has dragged in chains as though ho were a mailman or a wild beast and for what Because the people ot Ken tucky eleced him to the ililico of Secretary ot Slate anti ho was therefore in the path of the contest procession of an utOceseekera horde ot defeated politicians Hincfl Mr Powers incarceration is duo to his struggle to hold what the I people gave him they should remem ber him substantially at this stage in the drama Unless his friends stand by him ho will go into court before a judge and jury which long since bad their opinions and verdicts made up unprepared to meet the emergency It takes money to conduct a case when the Commonwealth is backed by tho largest corruption hind ever dreamed of Wo insist that tliote desiring justice done the humblest citizen come to the aid of Mr Powers in his struggle for liberty 1892 and 1901 We hope the fact that Jamm P Miller run more than seven hundred vote behind him candid manly emocrntlc opponent jlll nut flclently demonstrate that the prople ot Ohio county want no dark lantern politic Let men who eeek olSen of whatever poirflcal party they may be come out fairly and fully and girt a reason for their faith Everybody Inclnillnf cnlt 1e meinltcn of opposing par tire will Imre more reniiect for each u candi slate HMr Stiller or any man ever fur u mo mot ImoRlned the Toten of Ohio county at dieted with nyctalopia the result nhowi bow rery badly be wan mlitnken Hartford Herald November 10 1W This is what the Herald hall to say of J P Millers office seeking in 92 when he was defeated for Circuit Clerk It seems very plausible for men to come out aud clearly state why they are Democrats But Mr Miller has refused If it were good in 02 for them to define the cause ot their action would it net be prudent now The same Mr Miller is now in the camp with the then editor of the Heraldwithout fairly and fully giv ing bis reasons tor his dislocation of faith and bad choice If Mr Miller smelt bad to the then editor of the Heraldwould he mind telling the public in what pool of purification be has been washed If this Mr Miller was an office seeker in 02 what is be now under the same rules of honesty and political dictum He has been runniug ever since The real charac ter of this gentlemans convictions is less understood now than In 02 Ho bad then just met with a change of political conviction from Republican to Populistic faith and recently kneeled at the altar of De mocracys God and for what We are advised that no longer than last summer be advised friendII 1 AM A POPULIST I AM FOR EVERYTHING THE POPULIST HAVE ADVOCATED 1 DONT PROPOSE TO TAKE ONE BACK WARD STEP FOR ANY Nom NATION OR OFFICE iii BUT I AM A POPULIST and last March when he aud a DemocratS were asking the nomination ty Judge at the hands of the Demo cratic party he published a statement contradicting every wordof the above He said A HARD To TilE VOTIRH or Ooio COCKTT I have heretofore In recponne to certain friends of mine made what I conceive to be n dear and npllclt utatement of my polltltal ponltlon IMt there should be any nliipprcbeulon however In the wind of any man on this aub- Jeet I will adil to what I have already itated that nine the adoption of the Chicago plat form by the IkHnoeratta National Coiuven bit In 1M anti the renfHrmatloa ot thii platform by the Itomoeratlc pirty la Ken tucky I HAVE IIKHN ANI AM NOW A IIK1IOCIIAT Aa I understand the thing neeeewiry to constitute party affiliation In thii country are Int ulleKlance to party platform and second support of arty nom inee I had Happened that my political ponltlon an lucia denned was clearly understood by my frlendn In hum county and I trust there can bo no longer any room for mUappreben klon on thU subject If nominated for ConntyJadge by the Item ocrntlc convention which mists In hartford next Monday I espect to be nominated aa a Iiemoi rnt mini shall ok the nomination at a Iiemoernt I shall submit to the action of that convention nail cheerfully support Its nominees whoever they may be on the Onto ocrfltlc platform which that convention will adopt Very respectfully March 111111 J f MIMKII One of these statements are fake palpably false and tbo other may be we are tumble to say that one is con tradictory of the other goes undisput ed by him as wellas the author of the 92 article Before our A G Benton empties his vile slanderous invective upon us we wouldsuggest that he clear up bis record with his J P Millerit will be very interesting just now THE liEruinicAN has nev er said 0110 word against Mr Miller that we cant prove and wo challenge all the II A G Bentons and cohorts to questions this statement Did you see them take water THAT TWO WEEKS PAY BILL Why any mon should vote against tho interests of the laboring man is a question for debate The great American republic owes its progrels its deserved titleUTile land of the free anti the homo of the brave to 1Ihe sturdy laborer In the legisla tive balls many inducements are of hired by capitalists to our lawmak ers to advance certain measures ad vantagious to their interests It requires l quite a good deal of manhood to resist many ot these temptations But wheu a man is given a high post tion by the laboring men of the country he should not desert them It is nothing short of treason for a roan to forsake his people The legislature of 94 attempted to bring relief to tho miners of the State and especially tu a thousand frugal hardy workmen 1of this county by compelling the op orators to pay their employees every two weeks in legal money of the country Tho representative from this county in that legislature wu Mr T J Smith the present Demo cratic candidate for County Court Clerk At every opportunity that was afforded Mr Smith to vote on that bill ho had his vote recorded against- it and against the common laborer anti his family Notwithstanding tile fact that he was ml vised that ho would some day regret the course nf hit conduct be gave the billa negative vote upon every occasion Mr Smith you claim to be a friend of the laborer may we ask why you voted against the two weeks pay bill countyVerewith propriety ask hat did you get wit ol it Wo are at a loss to know why any man should be against the laboring men of this county We refer specially to those men who go into tho depths of the earth and rescue therefrom the comforts of life the article that is indispcnsible to the wellbelug of our cities and towns We have spent two years among these people and can say of a truth that we never associated with a more gen erous freehearted people and tho man that has proven the enemy of these men will be held strictly ac countable in the day of reckoning The miners of this county want to know why you voted against them Mr Smith IT has been loudly croaked by those emissaries sent out by tbe head of the Democratic ticket that he J P Miller never sought an office The other day the Judge called a gentleman into his office and a Jivcly discussion ot matters politic ensued The visitor again met this same edict and this interrogative was shot at the Judge Judge if you never sought office as you say why did you circulate that card on the let day of March Respondingthei edge cleverly remarkedtiVell some Democrats said they wouldnt vote for me if I didnt1 But you say you never sought after nominations or of lice but you have carefully looked after votes and gone so fat as to even publish an untruth to get them It takes votes to get ofliceJudge Miller has sought votesthe enalogy Judge Miller has sought nominations andof fice ONCE previous to the present cam paign Mr M J Cox was a candidate for the same office he now seeks but bad not reached the constitutional age and was induced to withdraw from the race In conversation with a friendaml we might make this still stronger said that be knew he was too young but that didnt make any difference with a Democratic Legisla ture hed be seated anyhow Do the people of Ohio county need such a fellow to represent tbem Does Kentuckyneed him Is it iioS seasonable that be would heartily indorse Woodsona editorial that we published last week Mr Cox the people are going to say on tho 5th of NovemberS that they dont need aoy ic without force of character to rep resent them at Frankfort UVDEH the operation of the Goe bel law the election is not left I- ccbanceH Walterson Those who indorse this law and its results the contest pleae stand J P Miller T J Smith Thomas E Butler LW Godsey M J Cox W H Barnes Frank Wade James C Bennett Blslwellopposing this law and its results the I contest please stand Alvis Bennett Fon Rogers M L Heavriu It H Ragland Cal P Keown James De Weeee T II Black Frank Lowe John II Wood and Ben L Davis Good people of Ohio county take your choice Oun friends tbe enemy have reveled in no little amount of bombastic hilarity about the assassins of Mr Goebel but they have never accommodated the public with any state ment of the amount oftbat 8100000 corruption fund left after the convic tion of three men Would they mind making a report In that the public would like to know what per cent was paul for purchased evidence what per cent for witness ices and what per cent fur instructions WANTED An intelligent man of good repute clear of A G Benton letter scandals who does not accept 11 cents worth of cabbage for a dime and when his bacon falls short a half ounce per single pound raises the devil generally throws his bacon in tho face of his patron advertiser goes to his desk and there tells the public how A grocer dealer should hold his knife on a hogs sidoto edit n local Democratic journal in Western Kentucky MOST assuredly it is a rich inheri tance to be able to carry the votes of your countrymen in your vest pocliet wileD you want office Dont you thinks Tommy On but seeking votes is nut seek- Ing office jus so but it takes votes to get office unless the Legislature is in session therefore the seeker ofvotu is a seeker for office TUB Virginians bad a second il x d recently Doubtless they think there Is nothing in promisee but then this was only a Iticali1sod1- 10w 0 Lee Tour Kidneys r Br 1 Pills enreall kidney UU Palm tie frau htriing HonedCo Chicago or M V SHAMROCK Tells of the Individual Merits of Each Candidate Says County Ticket Most Capa ble and Deserving of Pop ular Support Narrows Ky June 25 1901 At no time within the writers memory have the Republicans If Ohio county proposed county ticket tunic capable or deserving of popular sup port than that nominated at out late convention Alvis Bennett Is t young mn ot exceptional per ooal character and ia capable ol giving the people much better service in the Kentucky House of Representatives than his opponent Fon Rogers wto aspires to preside over the Ohio County Co lit is an honest earnest and energetic young man against whom the worst crime his opponents can allege is tint on the stump and in the Columns of TilE HARTFORD RxrunucAN in the trying days of 1899 and 1910 be fught the Goebel octopus which WAS trying to fatten its slimy tenlales upon the good people of the State If Mr Rog candidate on the CO1ntjitol his party Republicans not discount him for that besides his roavictions political and otherwise do ro require periodical revision Mose Ragland everybodys friend and the people will not detest him lot County Court Clerk just for the per tonal accommolatlon of his opponent who has already held that office two terms along with most ever other office within the gift of the people of the county and grown rich at the expense of the taxpayers of the county Theta is no reaioi why President Mc Kinleys recent patriotic utterance in regard to a thud term should not ap ply as wen to the office ol County Court Clerk Down with the third term Without disparagement to oth er deserving Republicans it Is but fair to say tbat Mr Riglands long efficient honorable and unselfuh ser vice to his party makes him the most deserving Republican in Ohio county and his reward Is ai certain as his service has been effective Masker Heavrin in whole hands the people of Ohio county have trust ed the protection of their lives and property has proved himself so worth of the trust that he is only oppoed for reelection to the office of County Attorney by a substitute candidate the origin Democratic nominee loi Sthatopposing Mr Heavrin and liscrcetlj withdrew from the race And this reminds me ol this statement of the bi ographer of President Haniioj byway of apology for Gen lint ilSon5 defeat for Governor of Indiana It must be remembered that Mr God love was the original Republican nominee and when he withdrew from the race Gen Harrison was substituted Gen Harrison was not personally weak candidate but the dlsattioas ef fect upon the campaign of the withdrawal of the original r ominee renders the eltcton ol a substitute candidate however popular pers nallywell nigh if not absolutely impossible With no fault in personal character with exceptional professional ability and a thoioighly satisfacto y official record there is ro reason why Mr Heavrin should not erjoy the fullest support of the people Cl Keown has administered the Sheriff a office and the people know what to expect ol him in that post Ion It is generally conceded by the Republicans of Ohio county and con curred in by a host ol Dercorats that nothing within the gift ol the people Is to giol for Ciii Keown There is no man in Ohio county more univer sally and deservedly liked than Mr Keown and here near the home of his opponent Ktowns election is con ceded by most everybody Jim DeWeese by his own energy and perseverance came up out ol the clots He is r fable courteous and brilliant and well equipped to admin ister the office of Superintendent of Schools Tom Blacks opponent is credited with conceding Toms election as j tiler which if true dora great credit to Mr Wades political sagacity Torn Is one of those genial fellows whom everyone likes and besides he seems to have been born under a lucky starFrank Lowe Is a worthy young man against whose account to evil is charged and will give the people sat isfaction in the administratoi of the Assessors office Messrs Wood and Davis candidates for the offices ol Surveyor and COt ner respectively are honest and in dustrious young men well fitted for offices they seek and deservlrgof popular support SHAMROCK A sallow j urdiced skin is a symp torn of disordered liver as it Brings from biliary poisons retained in the blood which destroy energy cheer fulness strength vigor happiness and life Herbine will restore the natural functions of the live Price 50 cents J II Williams m CENTERTOWN KY ProfG T Tinsley who btn been confinedto his room fo several weeks with typhoid fever is imptoving nice ly and wilt soon be out again Little Miss Irene Davis Is slowly flfJRES AKO ULCRS1Sores and Ulcers never become clironie unloi the blood bill oor condition U ilug isli weak and unable to throw oil the 10llOui that accumulate In It The system must be relieved of I1 unhealthy matter through the sore and great danger to life would follow should it heat before the blood lies bun nude and healthy anil alt impurities eliminated front the aye tem SSS hegin thc cure lltrleons lug ami Invigorating the bluest building ut time neutral health and reaioving from the alt lt A CONSTANT DRAM effetemumatterTHE SYSTEM When title has been accomplUhed the dis ulcer charge heat Itisthetcndcneyofthesoroid indolent sores to grow worse worte and eventuallytottcstroytbe bones local applications and to sonic extent pain cannot teach the teat of the trouble S S S does and no matter how apparently your condition even your constitution has broken down it will blln relief when nothing else can It supplies the rich blood to heal sore and nourish the ttebihitatedUeuetl betty Mr J 11 Ttlbtrt ira hoc ttjuwlnrmn SItu sly PiCa year 05r lc mm knee to the foot wal one olid tore treated me aji I nade Iwo trip to lIc1lrrlU but f unit no teller 1 wastutiaced tony it a- and it made a complete cone I bare been a perfectly welt muever it the only purely vrg etable blood purifier SSSknown no poisonous minerals to ruin the and add to rather than relieve our suffer- Ings If flesh does not heal readily when scratched bruised or cut your blood is in lad condition anti any ordinary sure U apt to become chronic Send for our free book and write our physician about your case We make no charge for tills service THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COM ATLANTA C4 u recovering from an attack ot fever Dn Ticlicnor Infant of Dr B V Tichenor la thought to be some bet terMiss Myrtle Reneer Is confined to her room with fever Mr Tom Htflin was bitten by a copperhead snake last Siturday but has about recovered from the poison Mr F M Allen and wife attended the Maio tie barbecue at Dundee the ijid Miss Hell Allen is with us again af ter an extended visit to relatives ant I friends stove Hartford Miss Clara Paxtoa has returned to her home in Louisville accompan led by Mist Krnmi Morton Miss nettle Williams was in our town last week In the Interest of a cass in shotlhawl Mr Booth Swain has moved into the Bennett propetty on Main Street Mr Warren Iglehart was In Hart ford last week doing rome carpenteii work Brn to the wife of Mr George Rowe a time boy on the list Mr T S Woodward is pending vacation with lila parents here Dr Richard Foster is visiting th families of Metars C L Woodward and I Foster Jr Hold your banner high you stand ard bearers give us good leader wit clear records and we will conic out very likely above tbe line next N vember Its have no trading MAV Hardly a day parses In cmliii where theme are children in whle BiHards Snow Liniment is not need sal It quickly cures Cuts Wounds Btulses Burns and Scalds Price 25 aud sects J II Williams m In Memory Of Harry Wathan little son of Mr and Mrs Sam James Render Ky age two years and four months who departed this lile June 22 lyto After almost a year of untold suffering the bright angels of heaven him alt their own and carried him to that bright paradise where nil sutler u PASJlfi YEARS Look It- yourmlrror today Take a lost look at rayhair ly may be the last if you want so u neednikeep Vnlll nrnv J hair a week longer than you wish Theres no 4 guesswork about this 5Its sure every time To rer- storecolor to gray hair use HbJAlter using it for or three weeks noticehow much younger you ap pear ten years younger at least Ayers Hair Vigor also cures dandruff prevents falling of the hair makes hair grow and is a splen did hair dressing It cannot help but do these things for its a hairfood when the hair is well fed it cannot help growIt the scalp healthy and this cures that causes dandruff l00 bottle Alldnifglits f haIr was coming out badly hut ityera ilaIrVtgor stopped the has made my hair thick mil ranch darker than beiore- I think there Is nothing like It for the hair Iti4prti Uim Yarrow I T- t Wrtta tho Doctor If Ton do Pat i M ln all the benefit iou write IiaJOAYEULowlbMulI cit 0 CJtC I A Chat About Shoes iM- c ICVKKUODY wiura SHOES and everybody Iwllln st buyiiiR wants good SHOKS You not only want tho lull value ol your inonoy hut you wain e a SHOE that fits voll and looks nito Wo want to inipivss upon the public the fueL that wo are Til 1C S11OIO lit IIIll of tins section Wo Jove to talk ShOES and wo love to soil ShOES bcciiuso + wo know wo carry a stock of SHOES that givo + univotvjtl satisfaction Kxpcrienco hits Uuiglit us this Wo bandlo tbo colvbrntcil Brown Shoe Cos JSI1O1CS Nono bettor on earth Very few aro Iinear as good Thats right QtALITY Tbat word Quality means a givat deal too when usod in connection 1vit1i tin Hrown flioi Vs SHOES It means j nice lit okgant appwininrc long wear No milt p tor how baitl you aiv to lit or please in SHOES t just will onus You will bo satisfied with your 41 i purchase Ill Price Fit and jiiulity Kumeinber we handle SHOES fut all knds of people big lit j tlc old and Ultllgllt prices to suit the purchaser jT t We have a large variety of hot weather SHOES g that arc comfort itself 4t Hot Weather Dry Goods 4f We have everything for till hot weather Cloth 4r lug Dre4 Goods Underwear Hats Etc The is ualitioH are good hut tbe pricas are thinner than the goods Call on us for the very loet tho mark II ttllords ill jj Couds of nil kitHlat pnos that jff allcr mi biiulrancc to a satisfactory purchase t ft g Collins c1Cri r IIIns an I jnlnare over and sorrow Is no more One loie year hi 1 mdccclsince his bright spirit Odt n place Is vacant In our home which never can be filled Our home is calk and dieary oundh lnIWeep not dear t ntenta For tbe loved oue wl o lies gone But strive to meet him In the greet beyond We miss you darling Hary For you we cill in vain In thy narrow bed joiire sleeping Oh wake and come nlaln footslepsdrlow still ties thy fjldeil hands weetly sleeps thy prrclrus dust Thou art retting angel Harry Upon thy Savior n breast And we missed you lading1 When we aid you with the dead Vtf loved you darling Hurry No tongue can ever tell now deep how dearly And uh how net Christ Iflved him too d thought it best fu lat bhn borne With Him to lest We nuurn the luocWe did out Let to save BIovtdon earth regretted gone Remembered in the grave JJj take him hwted Jems o your hiimt in hfwvrn Koepcur daiini Hniy The little nub f ttvir- Lucvit Render Ky June 22 lyoi A Good Cough Medicine It rpealta well fur CunnibtrUma Cough Remedy when druggists use it In their own families in preference any other I have Hold 10I lains Cough Remedy for the past years with compute fntiflcictlon myself and customers says Drug Clft J Goldsmith Vin Ulten N Y 1 have always used it in my own family bath for ordinary coughs and colds mud tot the cough following la i grippe and find it very flicjclous For tale bj Z Wayne Gtlflin Dro On account of the Pan American Exposition round trip tickets will be sold at following rates and limits f19 9 on sale only on each Monday during the month f May limited to five days tot rttuni 2520 on sale dolly limit fifteen days 28 45 onI stile dAily limit October 31 for ie turn S Ii VANMKTIIR A tIelrlll Ih1I lIallb1Toolngist Wo SIM 371M You may an well expect to sung- steam engine witbont water as to find an active energetic nun with a torpid liver and you may know that his liver is torpid when he does not relish his food or feels dull and languid alter eating olten his headache and sonic times dizziness A lew doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will rralre his liver to its normal functions renew his vitality Improve his indigestion sad make him feel like H new roan Price 25 cents Samples free at Z Wayne Griffin Droa drug store uranteed9OOJery fPlatisatory guaranteed yearly eitra rannilsslone POtnUbIposItionliberalM rite at once Ull- HTlFIOHli IltKNU 31 1 lumrelilew Ilincii louD Rough RIVer Telephone Company iaro ronTiD Talk lioinj and necossar you should patronize home folk whore you can buy YOIir own phonos anti build owp lthei anti lie in talkingtlhetancowitfi thti whole county and litisiness lqlll18 gcumerailyby wily alno ouEhIIhcrlliovwilllie tIme wlmob uxpemise if you 11 Call on A E Pale- Jartforo Ky for particulars We connect with ill Independent Companies LOW RATES VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL R I 4thJ 01utweet n t Etatlduu on the i outher nllnea nf the Illinois Central n id to points tloeAIon sale July 2 3 and 4 good to return until July 8 Jr elusive Tickets And full tnormatlon an to rates in ronictlon with the above can he had of Kjicnltrp the Central and connecting lines IltWft New Otltans Sa Agentitlefliphili A H ACiiIcnuTo Cur 6onstlDtloa Fortrer orlllGIf I Je t- eemf zJ VL q CI 1 cc I of r h AS r l I A s l I I di 1 ilt it 1 f1 I h Institute Thursday Evening July 25 1901 at 8 p m THEMEPOETRY AND PEARLS Come Il I 1Nt 1 f- A i- w titk r f 1t t e 4 11 QCCIa ICS For Hot Weather AT HARTFORD POPU AtLAR TRADING PLACE For Tle Next rerJ Dcayt t liens Suuuner Coats 50c to 350 Buys Linen Pants 25c Mens Linon Suits 200 to 500 Bluo Sergo Coat nod Vest 300 to 350 Dimes Gauzo Underwear 2oc Genuine Balbriggan Suits 100 Tow Linen Pants 100 Good Socks 5c Fancy Half Hoso soto be liens Lowcut Shoos 100 Ladies Slippers 50o to 200 lap Robes SOc Parasols all colors 50 to 350 Pretty lino I 11119ICto 751 White Goods in Plain aulred5hto 20c Fancy Wash Goods6c 8e lOc and 20c Hamburg and Swiss Embroideries 5c to 5JO- cTorchon lOcnGenuine Val Ibices lOc to 15e Thread Edges and Insertions 2o to lOc yard Swiss allover I wo allover 25c to 75c yard laco stripe Hose 15c to 25c Childs Fancy Hoo tOo 15u and 20c Black Cat Hoso lOc to25c ladies lOc Vest tape l neck Tic Genuine Lislo Thread Vest 2oc- Entiro lino 75e Shirts L 50c Big size CounterpaneSOcOn-edollar a yard Skirt lauds 3 yds to skirt50cGood Hiuniner Co 0tsSOcno-dquality Kid Gloves 75o Very best Kid Gloves 100 Lilk Gloves black only 35c Black Silk Mitts loc to 25c Childs Panisols 15c Veins Good Work Gloves 50c ttSBG REDUCTION Hi MILLINERY GOODS = S THE remaining summer mouths wo are going to mako in teresting by staking SPECIAL PRICES in every depart ment Remember wo take CASH Wool Eggs Ginseng and Feathers in exchange for all kinds of Dry Goods ThePlaceisS Practical Aids for Teachers and Applicants It in a SPECIAL nM to applicants In the matter of Theory and ilaclice Much empbsrii Lai been put this subject quailnlllscaou jt be learned from a text book A Guide to Study in the Preparation For Teachers Certificate- It U not a book prepared b ignorant of the needs of teachers anil but iethe result of elev in thshoolork by an ex member of the State Board or Examiners It is not no almanac but a pocket encyclopedia containing exactly the Information that both teachers applicants must have PRICE 100 Three Copies to one Address 225 Cash With Order Books Mailed same day order is Reaeived SKXD AU Om ii TO JflS H FUQUA JR- Russellville Ky Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNK 28 IlllnolsContral RallroadTlmo Table New time card taking rffnt Banday IX r 3100 at noon North Sound Nonlli HonnU No UduGt1 ra No 121dudlr0eniii No 161 doe COp m- NoSrtUMltnpni Norslduerl1pIn Lorne Ftrar No 1M due TMam UVieuiiieAgent m- H if M II HLiJLiHIIMIJGMBB LttJafa Yep In time sle bl dr Ita IH For nice fresh Candles call nt Sin get Office Ice Cream Sherbet and Cake at Singer Office Nicest Cnee e and Crackers In town at Singer Office For delicious Cream and Sherbet call at tbe Singer Office If you want a refreshing drink of Soda Water Lemonade or Phosphates call at the Slnirr Office Strawberries Ice Cream Sherbet Ices Lemonade and all kinds ol cool Ing drinks at Griffins drug store Go and take your sweetheart and en joy a teteatete in their new ice cream parlorWe have had our rollers regroun d and mill repaired throughout and are now better prepared than ever before to make a better erarte tit flour am give larger turnout Call and see us Respectfully RKXFHOW Dim Dundee Ky j Mrs J D Wilson is visiting In Hawesville I Miss Effie Render is visiting rela lives in Kirkmansville IlIave you seen Taylors Livery and In another column IMr Marvin Miller Louisville is relatives near town Mr Louis Guuther was in Owens boro and Rockport Ind first of the week I Dot forget Rev Cokley will fill the pulpit nt the Baptist Church Sun day a 13 a m Mrs T L Griffin and ion Master I Henry visited in Oensboto latter of last week wtrIskillfullyat it is thoroughly soluble and iieasant to the taste RO that it can be liven in a cup of tea or coffee with tuta personJalrrzThe Institute promises to be a splen did success this year Rev 11 Dolce Taylor lectures Tuesday night sad Hon AU Taylor Thursday night I We will deliver Cream and Sherbet to any Part of the city Rough River j phone No 32 Cumberland phone No 46 3 rings SINGER OiFicn I LOSING I FLESHI 1byaa beneflolalln summera dInwinter If you are weak or run down It will build you up Send for freeample SCOTT R BOWNE Chemist 409 Pearl Street New Yor- kaxandoo nil druggltL Mr James LaMar Owensboro t tt visiting his aunt Mrs S K COlt The Owensboio Fair will conveneI August 13 and continue five days The little baby of Mr and Mrs S T Chick near Pientls Is dangerous ly III Miss Ora Barnett Camba Ohio Is visiting Miss Hattie barnett of this place Mrs C 111 Barnett who was quite sick first of the week is able to be out again Dr K A Carson has opened up a Dentnl office up stairs next door to Carson Co ti Miss Minnie Mclnlire visited Misses Lizzie and Mallie Stevens Heaver Dam Wednesday Practical and scientific horseshoeing twenty years experience 45 8t A B KOWR Centertovvn Ky Mis Chas H Sturgeon who has been In Uvansvllle on an extended visit returned Tuesday Wagon wheels refilled ten dollars per setA B Rowa Ccnttrtown Ky The Dundee Ma tonic picnic was a complete success A very large crowd attended tbeday was one of prcfit and pleasure to all f Miss Mamie Pewter Itlt yesterday for her home in Mt Sterling after a pleasant stay in the millinery depart merit with Carson Co The Institute begins Monday the sand of July and Thursday evening the 25th lIon All Taylor will deliver his famous lecture on Poetry and Pearls The picnic at McIIenry tomorrow promises to be a rare treat for every body The Odd Fellows and Red Men entertain which fact assure sue cessDr B A Carson Dentist will be in Mcllenry to lay will remain two days will be in Echola the 3otb remain one day Rockport July rat remain two days Dr E A Carson has opened a dental parlor over Carsou Cos store He is fresh hour the dental college and well prepared to mend and make teeth Call and ste him lion Alf Taylor Tennessees great humorist and lecturer will address the Ohio County Tercbera Institute Thursday evening July 25 This promises to be a rare treat Poetry and Pearls Is his subject Last Thursday evening John Allen and Buck Allen became involved in a quarrel which resulted in the former shooting the latter The wound is reported not serious We understand that John shot in self defense Capt J G Ktoffn has sold his In terest in the livery stable to his partner Mr A C Taylor who has fullI control of same Mr Taylor is one of Hartfords hustling young men and we sincerely wish him abundant suc cess Tbirtyslx applicants for teachers license appeared Friday iorexamina tlon Thirtyone succeeded while oaI ly five failed Ten firstclass Seventeen second class and four third class certificates were issued John C Bar nard made the highest grade 97 711 per cent The Board of Trade and Mayor of Louisville together with qulfe a num ber of merchants from the city will be at Beaver Dam next Tuesday and de sire to meet all the merchants of the county and other business men The purpose is to piomote business fellow shipMrs K V Williams died at her residence in Beaver Dam Saturday of flux and was buried Sunday at the Beaver Dam Cemetery in the pres ence of quite a host of friends and rel atlves Mrs Williams was one of Beaver Dams most estimable citizens and he untimely death has cast quite a pall over the community On request of the committee on in vitation the entire Fiscal Court and i the County Attorney have been ap pointed by Judge Miller to attend the Good Roads Convention at Owensbo ro the 16th and 17th of July By ell means the entire conrt should attend Its a goal move and should be supported by all progressive citizens Mr Marion Prowder from select announces for Constable in the Ctora well Magisterial District today Mr Crowder comes from the central por tlon Of the district which should be quite an object In selecting the candi date for this office besides being cen trally located be la well qualified for the office and would make it good servant for the people lie would also adcketrenth to the county ticket No better man counld be named Few women are taught to wield firearms ai they should but when one of the fair sex chooses to handle a gun she can do it effectively The other day Mrs Joe B Sanderlur Sander furs crossing killed four muskrats out of five shots Mrs Sandeifur is sixtyone yearaold and her advanced age makes the accuracy ol her fire the more remarkable The muskrats have been very destructive to the young corn but a few such raids on them will make a change in their piojtam Dont get side tracked in business Dullness sometimes passes for death Men with brains reach tbe goal Rocky Mountain Tea puts gray mat yourdrgist COMING I HON Alfred Taylor Ono of the Souths big guns will lecture to the Teachers Institute Thursday EveningJuly 25 at 8 Oclock on Poetry Pearls Col Taylor is without a peer as a lecturer and has few equals as a brilliant orator and entertainer He is ono of Tennessees gifted sons of whom she is justly proud The citizens of this commu nity seldom have an opportu nity to be entertained by such a polished statesman He has received tho highest praise and commendation everywhere throughout tho South and West Hero is what they say of him and his most excellent subjectPoetry and Pearls is visibly the successful effort of a master mindI Nashville BannerFrom beginning to end the lecture abounds with beautiful language Nashville AmericanIThe peroration was one of the finest over heard from the I rostrum Richmond Va Dispatch Tho lecture of lIon Alf Taylor was a brilliant success In sentiment pathos and in bright flights of fancy ho isI tho equal of his famous broth er Gov Bob TaylorDe Soto La News- CENTRAL GROVE KY June 25 Mr W W Hocker wileI and little daughter Mamie attended church lit Waltons Creek Sunday Mrs J W Rowe is at the bedlldeJ other mother Mrs G R who is quite ill of rheumatism at her home in Elmwood neighborhood Mrs D L Miller and son Master Ctrl are visiting relatives in Union county Messrs Everett and Tom Fulker son Beaver Dam visited their grand patents Mr and Mrs J T Rowe SundayMr Mrs U S Faught and lit tie daughter Ruby Neal spent Sun day at Mr 0 M Bishops Mr J W Loney and family visited in West Providence neighborhood Sunday the guests of Mrs Loneys mother Mrs Azirlah Maddox who is quite sick Mrs Oscar Bishop and little son John Hocker Hattford spent Sunday at Mr J M Bishops Mr J W McConnell McHenry visited his sister Mrs S B Snell Saturday night Mrs Florence Park visited Mrs G R Carson Monday Rev G H Lawrence and family Smallhouse were in the community recently the guests of Mr W W Hooker Mr G S Sheffield who has been seriously ill of consumption is some better at this writing Mr D M Park and family spent Sunday at Mr W L McKernans Best wishes to Tug REPUBLICAN AONESJA Call at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are an elegant physic They also improve tbe appetite strengthen the digestion and regulate the liver and bowelg They are easy to takeand pleasant in t ffect MATANZAS KY June x3Advice is cheap and often does more harm than gcoj Desiring to do no harm I will confine mj sell to suggeltlons I desire the attention of all who love their country better than their party Many such are Demccrits many are Republicans and mtny more are Populists I have strong faith in Populists they have the Inde pendence and moral courage to defy party bosses and contend for equal Chances and opportunities for the common people Some ol the meat ores they prorole may be impracticable but their dislgns are good and the composite material of their party Is excellentAnd have no candidate this year In Ohio county they can decide the contest between the Demorats end Republicans which I hope they will do correctly without offending people in other parties lu theIgood cot fltct between corpora aliiIparty leaders will control the Ignor ant and vicious which means mill ions W F C DITI Ira Ragland DeadIThe death ot Mr Iia Ragland which ocuirtd at the residence of his father Mr M S Ragland Sunday morning was no surprise to the jam fly In fact It had been expected for some time Two years ago he joined the 3rd Kentucky Regiment and went to Cuba in the cause ol his country but when the war closed he entete1 the service again nod was removed to the Philippines where be remained until his health had completely given down He returned to the threshold of his fathers home to spend the re mainder of his days in untold suffering I from the disease which had been un dermining his constitution for quite i healtblbutlthlsure atRoslnliMoaday number of friends Funeral services I were conducted by Rev Jas C DavisIThe family have the host of AsidehlendsIfence and pain caused by piles there is a tendency to fistula and to cancer uncbeckedITablerlI infallible remedy Price 50 cts a bottle tubes 75 cts J H Williams I Marriages i toiMissDateof marriage June 15 Mr J L Raines Renlrow to Miss Rosfnie Baize Renfrew Date of marriage June 20 Mr Ollle L Taylor Westerfield to Miss Donia C Westeifield Adaburg Date of marriage June 23 Jennie To have a round beautiful neckwiggle your head from side to side every night take Rocky Moun lain Tea Its a short cut to a graceful j form 350 Ask your druggist Call for Sons of The Sons of Vev VeteransIthe court house permanent tering officer Fred G Singleton will J be on hand to muster the boys Come without tall as there will have to beat least fifteen before the camp can be mustered Members of the G A R are expected to be with us H H DAvrs Capt W A CARSON IstLleutIIf yonr sight Is and spots floating have on the side un IIranged etslJMATANZAS KYI June l4Mrs Bertie Caseblerwhoj IITlcheaorweek I Several youngsters of this place attended the Childrens day exercises at New Bethel Sunday MrtThomas Bishops family who have bad the measles are improving i Rev Hiram Brown filled his regu j lar appointment Sunday at Waltons Creek Miss Maude Bennett who has been sick Improving REX For relief and comfort In AsthmaI Baltards Horehound Syrup no lIjWIlliamINDEPENDENCE KY i June 24 Farmers are busy cutting wheat Mrs P A Paul Donlphan Mo has returned to pay an exteded visit to her daughter Mrs WT Wcol ward of this place Misses Bernice and Stella Miller visited their lister Mrs Alvis Carter Matanzas the first of the week Mrs Ida Cates visited her mother Mrs Robert Render Saturday and Sunday Wae1landMr Lun Carter Matanzts visited his sister Miss Edit Carter Saturday Mr W T Woodward lett Monday for Oxrensloro to see his sou Mr Paul Woidward who is very ill of typhoid fever He will bring his son back with him If the doctors will per wit his removal Tbe spring school at this place unIder the management of Miss Fda ter will close tonight with an entertainment All are cordially invited to I CatarrhIs n constitutional disease It cMfflnates In a scrofulous condition of the Mood aMt depends on that condition I It trot rauncn licndiiclin and dlzzlnrn Iriimlrs the taste smell and hearing at- c tii the vocal organs disturbs the etomnch It Is always radically nml permanently curd by tho blood purlfying reiterative rnd tonic rctlon ot Hoods Sarsaparitla This gnat medicine has wrought the most woiidelful cures of all diseases depending tin srroluln or the scrofulous hiblt Moons riLiit arethe tut cmtli rllc attend They will have the Poln Pleasant bind Mr Lewis Render and wife visited his father Mr Ebj ih Render Beaver Dam first cf the week OLD BERT Imltatorlhave been many Thought fur people have learned that true mer it comes only with the genuine Rocky Mountain Tea made by Madison Med icine Co 35c Ask your druggist CROMWELL KY Left orerfrom Il14t week Rev Kelly filled his regular ap pointment at this place Sunday Mr Frank Casebier and wife Beav er Dam visited in Cromwell recently Our Sunday School is progressing nicely Mr Bud Blachett got mad at his wife last week and shot her five times She Is still living Blachett was arrested and put in Morgantown jail Mrs T C Putle being bad sick oj pneumonia and complication of dis eases at her home surrounded by lovedones she passed from this life of pain and suffering to live with Jesus in that home where all is rest All was done lor her that medical care and friends could do but the sum mons came on June 17 and the r mains were hurled on the iSih after funeral services by Rev Bean in the Liberty burying ground She leaves a husband and six children and a bolt of friends to mourn her loss HAT The New Precinct Ralph Orders Ohio County Court regular term 5th day March 1911 It appearing to the satisfaction o the Court and police having been given the Court that there wasopolled- la the Magan voting precinct moe than 250 votes at the last general election it is therefore ordered and adjudged by the Court in accordance with section 1443 of the Kentucky statutes that said precinct be divided as follows to wit Beginning at Thos Hickeys in the Hatttord and Hawesville read thence to AllasFarmers roadthence with the new cut road to James Caps thence up the Cap branch to Jas Moseleyn farm thence to the big road on top oi Red Hill near Jack Wrights thence with Magan and Renold Station road to a new store at Buckbees thence with the new cut front Ruth Edges to Clark school house to the lands of Harve Evans and Mile Hines thence with their line to Smiths creek said precinct and all North of said line to be known as Ralphs precinct and the voting place to be at Ralphs store J P MILLBR Judge Doubtless a study of the outline of this sloestring precinct will con vince those acquainted with the lay of the country that it was so laid off as to save the scalp of one of the pres ent Squires Some of the voters in the Ralph precinct live in thirty feet of the Magan voting place Quite an inconvenience to tbe citizen which will doubtless be rebuked at the polls In November 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will b pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disc ate that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical Paternity Catarrh be ing a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally act lug directly upon the blood and mu cons surfaces ot the system thereby destroying the foundation ot the di sease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proptlctors have so much faith in its curative powers that they oiler one Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials AdJress F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are the best n- On account of Good Roads Conven tlon to be held at Hopklusville Ky July 10 and I 1 round trip tickets will be sold at rate of o ae fare for the round trip Tickets on sale July 9 and 10 return July iceS B VANMRTRR Agt New Livery and Feed Stable Good Horses and the Best of Rigs at all Times The most polito attention given customers and the kindest taro taken of all stock intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES and WAGONS Will also handle tho FAMOUS OX BRAND FERTILIZER TERMS STRICTLY CASHS Lit C TAYLOR FroprSUCCESSOR TO KKOWN a TAYLOII Hartford Intuoliy aaZa aa aaaaaa oaa a egtf tit tit tit err COIDtbtit STORAGE 9t 9ti tit tit 9sUITStit tit tit tit 4 9 OUR Summer Clothing is so cool and comfortable bah s it41 that you will think when you get into it that you tit chave been put in cold storage tit I Old Sol has been working over time lately How tr t e7 aro you fixed Are you dressed cool We have tit 4 Coats Suits and Trousers hero so thin that the thin iII 4 tl cst littlo breeze goes through them tit 4Flannel Suits 700 to 850t Linen Suits 250 to 100 g 41 Serge Coats 300 to 700 tit 41Luster Coats50c 800tl+ 5 0 Linen Trousers of all kinds Try some of our tlr too Cold Storage Clothing tit 41 tit 11 For the LadiesaMJ WE arc just as well fixed for keeping tho Ladies U 41 in cold storage also tit 4 li4 Good Irish LawnsSc tit 2j Better Grade Lawns 7c to Wet14 Dimities white and black Paris Muslin in j It 7 fact most everything tQ make you feel like you are j j kept in cold storage If you will make us a visit tf t 41 you will find that we have everything that you need i J to keep cool tit tit j HJiS Wo also carry a complete lino of Furniture tl big 4t rh 4erson eo ft tit 4Hartford Kytt 41 N E Everybodys Store gV WAS never bettor prepared to supply your needs p 3at a normal cost than now Additions of new4 60 to every department to meet tho demands of the season at a range of price to suit any custom er All kinds of taken in ex rIiCAS CUSS 00 Se Our Wash Dress Goods fabrics are too numerous Jto retention But a look through this line is surofl Ii to prove satisfactory to yourself as well as thoTirm J- OiWite waa Sopda Ii India Linens in all grades from tic to 25c Dimities in the neat and tasty effects at a vario P ty of prices Nainsooks in small and largo checks ij 3 D0 iQ C Ce IIt is as necessary to keep tho feet cool as any f other part of tho body and with this end in view Jwo aro prepared to show the best lino of stylish up j Irurlntn Slippers in the county Also qUIte a lino a of good easy ones for old as well as young and midAP ISdieaged 3 1 11eIi In order to complete the summer wardrobe it is necessary that you top oil with a nice stylish Hat S And with this wo aro well prepared to complete tho task for you fJI Ii 0M l5T Who need Clothing Hats Shoes UnderwearShirts Collars Cuffs Ties or Buggies Wo are certainly after your trade and believe we can justly merit it 4 t Business in this department still gt9iRir This week will bring moro now Carpets Qi1A Oloths Mattings Hugs Laco Curtains Blinds and Poles= will bo now arrivals in this department this week anyfllfataffVfcKV wear anything you need to eat and can furnish =your house from top to bottom Visit us and you will Lo convincedof our ability to save you both t Limo andmonoye 1a11I1lCS1s0 r Beaver lJetm Iy CCCCCCC b 1 J kn f k 0 rc f ct r TO i i c j d k 1- I tf f tdk I II fI t 1i J I 1 j I 1 r i N t r P J 1 tF a II1zlL II I 4 I S m The Kind You Ilnvo Always Bought nulL irhfcli has been in uso 1or over 30 years lias borne lio Msrnntnro ot- c and has been mndo under Ills pcr sonn1superiton slnco Its InfllIY zd I S Allow un ono to ileecivo you In tills All Counterfeits Imitations and JnstnsRtMvd arc Iiut ipt riiiifiit4 that trlllo with nlll etulatiger the health of Jnlants and CIilldrciiExperlcneo against 12xtoriiiicnt What is CASTOR A Castoria L a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is IMoasant It conlah fir tllt1 Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance Its ajro Is its guarantee It destroys AVorum mill allays Feverishness It cures Diarrluun and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation mill Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulate tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy anti natural sleep The Childrens anaeeaTllo Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS XJ Boars the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought in Use For Over 30 Years Tor etnTun COflNV rr NOSflV TttT tw teas etrr tq v j u h j C FIELD SON- TRANSFER LINE=vr= = == Ac= = TFORD sYA FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED A BOON TO MANKINDI DTABLER BUCKEYE CUREiV iU8E A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of and PILES PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENT3 BOTTLES CO CENTS Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO u ww w VORMSl PILE INTERNAL EXTERNAL WITHOUT MESFWlliRDSie V WHITES CREA- MVERMgFUCE plillFor 20 Yesrs Has Led ail Worm Remedies tlIlsozc DT Azz C VGGZIJXelf- tparrdb A JAMES F BALLARD St Louis TIt I nii latlr if T pny to th yoanic man urjooBK w n wb wn 1 iistijlIfr Thte 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Printed Miller Free I Smith Qemier- WeIIIriftr Co J It 412 Walnut Street Cincinnati Ohio I Hartford rthubfltaf1iFI- UDAY JUNK iS uu CALLS FOR CONVENTIONS To 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 Hartlord Magister inl District held at Beaver Dam Ohio county Kentucky on June S 1991 a majority ol said committee being present the committee was called to order by the chairman and the following resolutions were adopted Resolved 1st That a mass con vention be held in the Hattforf Mag isterial District at Beaver Dam Ohio county Ky oa Salutday July 20 1901 at 2 p m for the purdose ol nominating candidates to be voted for at the November election 1901 for the office ot Justice ol the Peace and Con stable of said district 2nd That the candidates receiving a majority of the votes cost in said convention shall be declared the Republican nominees and have their names placed on the official ballot for the respective offices WM BROWS Chmn- R C JABSAGIS Secy CBNTSRTOWK MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT- A meeting ol Precinct Cotnmittet men in the Certeitown Magisterial District was held in Centettown Ky on June 6 loot The meeting was called to order by G F Chapman W P Render was appointed chair man and G F Chapman was appointed secretary July 6 1931 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 ol 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 No 2 at Rotioe June the Stb 1901 for the purpose of calling precinct conven tions to elect delegates to the district convention for the purpose of nomi aating Candidates for Magistrate and Constable We the committee direct that there e a mass convention to meet in each precinct on July the 13th 1901 at 2 p m in District No2 composed of Cromwell Select Rosine and Horse Branch to elect delegates one for each twentj five votes and fraction wer twelve CAst far WTO MCKinley ill November rgw Sid delegates ire to mitt at Rosine July the i6th at 2 p m said delegates are to cast their votes as instructed by their convet lion Delegated votes by precincts Cromwell 8 Select 5 Horse Branch 7 ResiDe 9 CIt RAIBY Chmn W P MILLRR Stcy ROCKPORT MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT RepublicanIia District held at the residence 01 W H Wilcox Oho county Ky on June 10 1901 A mrj irity oi said commit tee being present the committee via called to order by the chairman and he fo oaring resolutions were adopt led Resolved 1St That a mass con vention be held in the Rockport Mag isterial District at Rockport Ohio county Ky on Saturday July 20 1901 at 2 p m in Heral Hall for the purpose of nomiuating candidates to be voted for at the November election 1911 lor tbe offices cf Justice ol the Peace and Constable ot said district I 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 tor the respective office WM HAMILTON W H Witcox I Com G M MADDUX j rORDSVILLK MAOISTKHIAL DISTRICT At a meeting of the Republican Committee of the Fordsvllle Magister ial District held U Fordsvllle Ohio countv Ky Saturday June 8 1901 a majority oi tbe committee being present Thet oaimlttee was called to order by the chairman and entered into business The following resolu tions were alopted by the committee Resolved tat That a mass con vention be held at Fordsvllle Ohio county Ky on Saturday July 20 1901 at i oclock p m for the pur pose ot nominating candidates to be- I voted at the next regular election lot the offices ol Magistrate and Con stale ol said district 2nd That the wen receiving a ma jorlty ol the votes cast In said conven lion shall be declared tae Republican nominees and have their name enter ed on the official ballot for the respec tive offices JACOB CHANCELLOR Chmn S C MILLKH Secy DWORD MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT At a meeting ol the Republlca Committee oi the Buford MagisterIal District at Deln Ky o t the 8h o June 1901 a mpjority ol sild commit tee being present the ronmlttec wa railed to order by the chairman ad I adopted the following reioutlona drafted and Reiolved ist That a nnsa oivcn lion be held at Beda Ky in the flu IrWitt Ra ZAlm Julf tj Itt i oclocti lulsfl lor the 1I1rl e ol nominating candidates to be voted for at the next regular election for the offices of Magistrate anti Constable In said district anti That the candlintrs receiving a majority of the votes cast in said convention shall be declared the Re publican tomlnecs lor Magistrate and Constable antI shall have their names placed on the official ballot lor said ol lieu O R TINSUJY Chmn L P BESNRTT Secy sutrncR srRiNOs MAGUTKHIAI nis- TK1CT At a meeting of the Republican Committee 01 the Sulphur Springs MagbUrial District held at Sulphur Springs Ohio county Ky June 12 1901 it was ordered that n mass con vention be held at Narrows Ky on the 20th ofJuly 1901 for the putpost ol nominating candidates for Magis trate and Constable to be voted for at the next reguar election All Republicans are requested to attend the convention The candidates reedy ing 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 II the predisposition to wormIn children is not cured they may I be come emaciated weakly and In danger ol convulsions Whites Cream Ver mllnge Is the most successful and papular remedy Price 25 eta J II Williams m CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thod T Signature of a Z7 US4 Good and Bad Reciprocity- The French treaty gave some ol our lolks a chill If that is reclplolty mused the American knitter ol under wear as he pored over the concessions to French balbriggans ef al I doil see where my share of the pie comes in He didnt fancy the recipto l i lea when it came to sacrificing his business In order to promote that ot his neighbor the pork packer 01 some other He was inclined to think the whole theory reciprocity a gild ed sham But it isnt It makes all the dil ference in the world what you recip roaite Fnthermore you cannot make t traie unless joa have something to tradeoff Lord Salisbury a year or two ago said that England was not in position to make reciprocity treaties or the reason that her customs policy left her without the means lor conces sions If our Tariff laws contain im posts that are not needed to protect ur industries from possible foreign aggression we have no business to lUempt reciprocity negotiations Grnetaly our Tarifl laws have bl rded the principles of revenue anH I ouction Duties on c fte and ruttier lor instance were puiely revenui luties thete being no prospect of pro lucing either article in this country and to reduce ot abolish titter or bah n a treaty with such a country as Bazil in exchange fo Ilkeconcesslons n goods produced by usthat wa real reciprocity Treaties along that Ine have been productive of goad r suits Tbay involve no sacrifice ol industries on the part of either n tfon rhey benefit both countries That sort ol exchange was lurther facilitated by the provision for execu tive imports II some foreign nation would not admit our products on fav orable terms the President of the United States could impose a duty on certain extorts of such ratoln when brought here For instance coffee being on the tree lIt so that rebates were unavailable the President could ktlll discriminate between oiccoftee producing nato that would favor our exports and another that would rot But when the treaty making power leaves such safe ground and under takes to reduce duties on American manufactures it enters a dangerous j Jijuesti16iiJ for Women Are you 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