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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 v T w I 1 I I I 1 I l THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN IJ UIHI lE JFineJobWorkaSpecialty OFFICIAL DRUB OF TEE PAW IS TEE fOUBTH COHSBIS2IOHAL DIITBICI Subscription 1 a year II IVOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 26 1901 1xoIi IXecentljr there have bees several cases of prominent men suddenly falling In nlealrmint for gastric trouble and yet the result shows that the treatment they had Steeeved had smothered the aymptouia tmt had not retarded the progress of the dUeate The II m real danger in the use of palliatives when is lUxate of the dikeI of JUte a smothered ire fbi disuse breaks out Jn InIlulIP IIverklu lIeyl or some Ii tr other organ t I Theua of Dr J Mereea Golden Medical Discov aLdiseases of the stomach and oth et organs of dl tIt pdoa ud nutrition It cures diseases of lungs liver kidneys etc when I aa4 originIIidlftstlve and nutritive system I trill Ull TOO what myeICsnd family think your rotdwut wittti Mr H M n rs IXvcnmnth Co Kauut lI 11orIU My sad mote I wig taken ikkotaiTMM IgL I fotao weak I couldnt lie bsrdlylt up was that way two or 1E I ck 4 n our of Dr nm i adM Books one daY4lnd saw your de IlhoullIlibotilMatt tint and took one sod cothalf wUfwts J1c Your ncrtldot cost tnt lkntdollars doctor cod me iMirtKn dollars 4 n Herces Common Sense Medical Adviser In paper rovers la sent fret on pt of IT onecent stamps to ply expense of malllnif w1y tddresa Dr Buffalo N Y WmCD1raQj n rlI M L HEAV BIN Attorney at LawKY Wilt prattle kla pnilmlnn la all the marta nt InutofAppwlt4pclaIItiwUos f r ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW ionARTfOM KY Will prattlmhU profMlon lush the martini l Ohio rnaatjr nad Ouqrl ol Am iU Imnpt and Q cartfal roaddrratlon irttMi all taInmgntratel I to him iJlmaoTFIbIOC45flt7 lInt Ik JNO B WILSON ATfORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention irlren to rolWlln naklan WlrurU ic aijo Notary route fur Ohio roar ty U0ra north sld public qoar 10ESMITH ATFO1YAT LAW iiAHrrouo KY Will bla profwloa la all la court olJ Ohio aid adJonlBgfonDtl a dtHortof Ai mla HpKlal atUnUoo glfta to nil bailuMteciruwt to kis cn ml Co Attya elites la conrtbooM 4FL FELIX J ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAKTrOHII KYt Will rartlr la tbe court ol Ohio coaaty and out ot Allwla rrunpl ttnrlim Rlrra to all baila a ntreitd to kl run Ufltes la Herald IIIaJIdtw J E DAVIDSON a Attorney at Iaw IlAirrroBD KY will pratI hI proloa ln Ohio DId adjola sw manttw Hprrlal atteatloa rtten to all ba- lI aw mtnatxT to bla CarL f l SPBOBY lTTORNErlT LA TT I ruRRHViLir UKKTIUHY r Will praAl prollon la all tb roarta of alo and artjolalancuaatu aadCoartot Ali1 L p dal attention alron to 4 A JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW 4- 4s IIAKTrORD KY aI IUJlUoa ill to nil orulnoM eDI1- to to kI dow OOc l eoortbout d 011 BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY t I1Iru his profeloD In nil thcoqrtaol fjbltfvand ndjatalan coaatlr Brlnl Itntloa wilt MtrlTta to all liaalnwa cotnuted to bla care CoHKtlon a ipn1atj EP NEAL Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will pnwtiehu lon In all thi courts of Kentucky attention rlrrn to collection tUementot dece Unfa tat rood clrL i and criminal prattle Oinoaiwulrurlmn block f 1B R WEDDING i AnORNEYand COUNSELLOR at UW v HART QRQ KY Wilt bis proftMloa In all the courts of Oblo and adjoinIng roaatlea aad the Joan of Ap 1roopt atuatloa irtrea to nil botlneM atrastsdtohlSu OJDc In IIIPVDLICAII bnlldlng f I BLB WEDDINGJI Attorppyat Law HtTtORU Ky r VW practice hl pmli ilti In theronrUnf Ohio and aiflOluloi ountlrt Aim Notnw Inkllc SoUitheirn rRGHWaThyongh Jit JItit Southern Stat- GeKENUOKVTNNESSEES0Ut1l CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR CUNrAiNorthCARpLINAGEOR IOIA dMISSIIPFL a i a J Dhlv train lletwen rCllli TUl aaaIrtlnirtonVObrierTmt on Chair Car Trains lt and ant I 8yenh 111M Vn1nnnepote6Irnecto with tralnsot the IIIM JlIIlru hh 1I 1 it- C F rIaforitIonaddreeJ 4 A yrnoPrAlS4th Ave tAnUrlllv 1 t WuIfrATLOgAulItantavA LouUrllle OTr a Uanuger WblltoDATSatCIM taaaAgeiit J k 1 4 t 1- V L UNCLE SUMS STRONG BOX New Vault Completed for the I Protection of Cur rency Issues Means Employed for Guarding the Vast Sums in Store Two Men Who ibid the Keys to the Storehouse in Which Billions Have Been I Kept Without I Loss I Washington July 2xLstS4turd- ay ktbe last steel plate Was put in place sealing up the new vault which Uncle Sam hat just finished for the storage of his money The new vault is In tbe notthern wing of tbe Treasury Department building and exactly over the site of the old State Department building It Is twenty feet rquare and Its steel walls rIse twelve feet in height It will be ustd by the issue division of the depArt- ment of which Mr Watson W nit ridge hiss been chief for the put thir ty years The sault was placed where had formerly been the office of the clerks of the divlninn two windows being cloed lor the purpose aol a large eon entering the conidor being bricked up to make it secure Tbe only method of entering the new vault will be thrbngh to old one just tx yondThe old vault has been in use for more than thirtyfour years and Is now literally gorged with money Yesterday the old vault contained 1350000 0 in bank notes They were piled on a rough stand In the center and in Closes rose to the steel covered ceiling si that two men can lOt pats each other in moving about Inside A gallery made it roniblc to reach the packages ol money stored near the lelllng HISTORY 01 Till OCD VAULT The old vault long ago became too small or tbe needs of the issue divis ion and the chief has been obliged to borrow the use ora vault in the basement Irom tbe Treasurer oi the United States who coin plaits that the capac- Ity 01 hi vaults is sorely taxed by tbe demands upon them It is difficult if not impossible to locate the I vaults from outside tie Although solid masonly and sheetsI01 steel protect them on the false windows have been main and between the glass on the I inside and the walls of the vault proper bang window curtains ol tbe same I I abide as those in other windows These windows are thirty feet Irom I the level of the street In nont of the Treasury Department building The I cuitatns oflhe old vault windows have been Imprisoned in this manner for the period of thirtyfour years ince they were first sealed In In the new vault there Is a perfect arrangement of steel pigeonholes in which the packages of bank notes ol regulation size easily slide Tbe new vault will be turned over to Messrs Davenport and Briggs the two vault guards who for years have guarded the government notes which the old vault contains Neither of tbe men Is able to enter tbe vault without the other No one else Is allowed to en ter without both being present Dur- Ing the thirty years in which Mr Btdrldge has been In charge of tbe Is sue division not a note has been stolen or misplaced In that period fa 101 000000 has passed in and out of the doors of tbe vault Before his Incumbency o colored messenger named Schureuian secured a package contaIn- Ing f12000 which he had been or dered to carry to another division In 1869 and walked off with it Ha oUbeInow TUB MoNEY IS COUNTED About twice a year all the money in the vaults of the division is count ed Ffteen expert counters all wc men are employed at the work They are selected lor their expertness fiom different divisions ol the department and do not know of the duty to which they will be assigned ten minutes be fore being ordered to go to work It ri quires three weeks toe the fifteen counters working seven ors a day to count tbe money in the vaults There arc approximately 4 ioo nation al banks in the country and a supply ot money is kept on hand for everyone ol them It is the intention of the govern meat alter the new vault is ready to greatly Increase the supply of bank notes on hand An order to thin el Sect has been sent to the Bureau ol Hngroving and Printing which is enlarging its capacity In time when money is scarce the demands on the issue division of the Treasury De1 par I ment ate great Under normal conditions the division sends out suj plies ol notes to 200 bnnks each day In 1893 during the panic there was a sudden demand oa the division lor f4ocoocoa In notes but as there was not more than f5 ooo o o on hand tbe banks had to wait from thirty to six ty days This caused a great hardship to the banks interested and the de partment has tried to obviate this COCo dition since None ol tbe brants can I get the notes in lots ol less than 500 and tbe shipments average from f5 000 to 50 ox for each bank The redemption division ol the Treasury Department rectives the old notes of banks ihiich must be redeemed by tbe government n soon as they show the wear and tear of much hand ling Tbe redemption divisun keeps I these wornout notes on band sorting them out until it has at lest i5 o fort oldersltbedestruction committee which is one ol tbe standing features of the department The old notes are macerated and then sold to souvenir com panics who shape the pulp and Irag mrnts ot notes into designs showing the outlines of thectpitol the department buildings or the Washington monument and sell them to visitors at the capitolSt Louis GlobeDem ocrat Hoartburn When the quantity of food taken is tco large or the quality toj rich heart burn is likely to folio v and especially so if the digestion has been weak ened by constipation Eat slowly and not too freely of easily digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let six hours elapse between meals and when 30U feel a fullness and weight In reglon of the stomach after eating indicating that you have eat en too much take one of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the heartburn may be avoided For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro The Protective Wall and Wool In spite of the decline in London the Protective wall of the Tariff has permitted not only activity but a fineIStates says Boston Commercial Bulletin That Is just what the Piotrctlve wall was built fcr and It seems to have been well builttco When you want a modern upto date physic try Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Samples free at Z Wayne Griffins drug store m The Democracy ofOhto will find out this fall that your Uncle Mark Hanna still knows his busbies Way erfy Ohk News T Many thousands have been restored to health and happiness by the use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It tfflcted with any throat or lung trouble give it a trial for It is certain to prove beneficial Coughs that have resisted all other treatment for years have yielded to this remedy and perfect health been restored Cases that seemed hopeless that climate of famous health resorts failed to benefit have teen permanently curd by Its use Bear in mind that every bottle is warranted and lilt does not prove beneficial the money will be refunded to you For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m OAsorOr1ABean tIeIts M Yn Hill Alti3J agM 5- 10r 114 THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Doing Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening pf the Nerves A Pleasant and Posi tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and not weakness 4 body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered bj periodical or constant use ol Intoxicating liquors requires an antidotr capable ot neutralizing and eradicat Ing this poison and destroying the craving for intoxatants Sufferers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss cf time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected situ many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery Is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter bow hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation ol thousands ofDrnnk nprljhtWives cure your husbands II Chil dren cure your fathers 1 This rem edy Is in no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease only and is so skillfully devised and prepared that ut Is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or coffee with out the knowledge of the person tak- Ing it Thousands drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as mauy more have been byhavingloving friends and relatives without their knowledge In coffee or tea and believe todny that discontinued drinking of their own free will Do not wait Do not be deluded by ap parent and leading improvement Drive out the disease at once and for all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treatment more effectual than others cost tug S26 to 50 Pull directions ac company each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when re quested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt ol one dollar Address Dept I Edwin B Giles Company 2330 PhiladelphiaAllential DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pupips lp GUARANTEED I THE BEST Pik Hay BttloTJcsj Coilwire Grate Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc U Cnllplf MoHeXstry Wtg c Mach Co McIIenry Ky t r 4 BRIEFI Each of Y the Presidents of the United States by Shamrock With Brief Synopsis of the Prin 4cipal Events of Each Ad f mlnlstrationln- j teresting and Instructive c Washington was elected President tvcke without opposition v the present Nayor of New York City governs more than a million more people than Washington governed as President ol tbe United States John Adams was the greatest con stitutional lawyer of the formative period of the republic He was never popular with tbe masses and failed of reelection to tbe Presidency The odious Allen and Sedition laws were products of his administration and tbe cause of his defeat Thomas Jifferi on besides being a gbod fiddler wrote the Declaration of I Independence and founded the Demo cratic party I James Madison as Secretary of State under a bachelor President and I as President had a continuous real ditjce in tbe White house of sixteen years James Monroe with the other Peer idents Washington Jefferson and Madison was born in Westmorland county Virginia President Momots declaration that We must not en tangle ourselves with foreign alliances nor permit European interferences in American affairs either in our own or other American republics has since been known as the Monroe Doc trineJohn Quincy Adams was the cjnly son of A President ever elected to the Presidency The younger Adams like Thomas Jefferson was elected President by the House ol Represent tives and like his father failed of rcslection Andrew Jackson tM the first poor boy to reach the Presidents chair lIe was the rro t ignorant man aver honored by thejepubllc His was ijuLfiret case of that outbreakrof pop lifiYWtil h ii i W iU unfit for the duties of such a high of fice was elected because of a popular military record Martin Van Buren was another poor farmers boy who became President of his country He quit school at the age of fourteen Van Buren was the founder of American politics of the Quay and Tammany kind He was the first New York man elected President Van Buren was a close declple of Jackson whom he succeeded and his administration was scarcely less disastrous to the business interests of countryWilliam Henry Harrison when a a young man began tbe study of med icine but gaave it up to become a sol dier He became famous as the hero Tippecanoe and did distinguished service in our war with England known as toe war of 1812 Harri son like each ol his predecessors except Van Bnren of New York and the the two Adamses of Massachu setts was a Virginian lie lived just a month alter his inauguration John Tyler was the first man whom the accident of death raised to the Presidency He was elected Vice President as a Whig but administer ed the Presidency In favor of the Dem ocracy with which party he had for merly affiliated John Tyler an ex President of the United States set as a member tri the Confederate Congress recreant alike to the country and the party that hal given him his greatest honors He was also a Virginian North Carolina gave to tbe country its eleventh President in the per oi ol James K Polk Polk was another i poor boy to become President lila was the first case of a Dark Hone receiving a prty nomii nlion reunit ing from the bitter jealousies if he friends ot conspicuous c ndtintrs Ztct ary Taylor was twelfth Pie dent of the United States and sevci ih from Virginia When a boy Taylors father came to Kentucky and built a cabin and cleared his patch in tbe wilderness near where tbe city ol Louisville now stands Here the lolyol Zachary 1ot lor now reposes in a vault General Taylor disting uished himself In our wars with tbe Indians England and Mexico He was rough coarse and sellwilled hut a man ot great military ability Here again hero worship called a man to administer tbe civil fctiairs of a great nation for which he was poorly fitted I He died a little core than a year alter his inauguration as President Millard Fillmore was the President who owed his secondI the accident of death He into a very poor New Yok State fam ily had practically no education ex cept that substantial sort a strong common sensed youug man gathers c tboughtlfulwna of giv I ing better service as Chief Executive j than was General Taylor had he lived I Franklin Pierce was the last of Massachusetts trio of Presidents tie mt as the youngest member In the I I State Assembly National House of Representatives and United State I Senate and WM President at fot nine He failed of re election because of his radical prcslavery views Franklin was the most handsome 01 the Presidents James Buchanan was born tn Penn sylvania but was elected President from Tennessee With opportunity to become the greatest he must rank as the weakest of the Presidents While npt himself a cecesslonlst he rat with folded arms declaring he bad no authority to coerce a noverign state A rebellfoi on a large scale would not have been possible except by the tolerance of the Chief Eecutive Abraham Lincoln Kentuckys Pres ident was the greatest of the Presi dents and the gradest character of his time Born in a cabin and schooled in poverty and prlvatlorJ he rose slowly but gradnly to the highest of his countrys power to honor We admire great men like Washington for his unselfish sacrifices for his c oantij men like Adams for his sublime con trlbulioas to the science of popular government and like JifTetson for his brilliancy 01 leadership admire them I as otjects superior and grand as we do some brilliant lara way cons tella tion in the midnight heavens but we IIorwas grasp a most intuitively Never before never since has a President relied so confi dently upon the will of the masses to guide his conduct as did Lincoln nor has another President accomplished such ttupendlous results for the peo pie he ruled It is because of this that we revere Lincoln not as a lojal subject reveres the Justest King or the soldier the bravest General but rather as the dutiful son does a great good and wise lather On the 14th of April 1864the assassins bullet terminated the life ol the greatest President and grandest character that ever lived on the Western Hemisphere The assassination of President Lincoln made Andrew Johnson President His life is marvelous illustration of the oPPortunities of poor boys in a free country At ten year of agehe could not read lie married at eigh teen and his wife taught him mathe rushes and grammar His name was presented to the Democratic National Convention of 1860 lor the Presidency He opposed cccesslon and was elected VicePresident on the ticket with Lin coIn in 1864 Soon after Lincolns death president Johnson began the administration or the government in the interest of the Democratic party and before his term expired his name went before a Democratic National Convention as a candidate for Presi dent Congress attempted to remove Johnson from office by impeachment which failed by only a few votes John Tyler and Andrew Jackson were both elected by the Republicans both came to the Presidency by the ace dents of death loth administered the office for the Democrats The two benedict Arnolds of American politics Johnson was a native of North Caro lina like Jackson and like Jackson was elected from Tennessee General U S Grant was born in Ohio on the 27th of April 1822 He came ol proc parentage and his early life gave little ptomlse of future great ness He graduated from West Point ranking twentj first in a class of thir tyfive His claim to dlstlction must rest upon his military record As aI soldier he ranks next to Washington His elevation to the Presidency was a cruel though well meant act of his countrymen grateful for his splendid military service The soldier and Statesman are seldom combined in I one character certainty nut in the cue ol Central Graft The accep tance cf Lees sword atA I o mitt x o ill h ve been a bij pir cr wn fir Genelal Ountc c uer than tho Pus due lilt WN m iile1 tximplt of tire oo 0 Hilikvitg the I I hint- dislinciin in fret A irene R U HijR ta the fit Pietldtnt who entered the White Ito ie with a qnehtioned title Tlitie can be no dcubt that he was tbe rial choicr of the free will of the whole courtly- howeverthere may have been irregu lar politico by both parties in the I South at the diction There has teen no election in thirty jea s at which Iwithwill of the constitution votes Hayes administration was a tucctes lul one notwithstanding bin question ed title lIe was Irom the stepmother ol Presidents Ohio I James A Garfield felt the sting of poverty in boyhood home in Ohio He was the only preacher ever elected President lie was assassinated by I Charles J Guttaw July 2 1881 Ills assassination like many other calam 4 lir aijsi Ss itlei that occur Irom time to tinttI was Inc to machine politics Te people were in the machine was out and it was to reverse this order of things that a crackbrained politician took the Presidents ilk Gtifield was at other Ohio President Chester A Arthur succeeded to the Presidency udon the death of Garfield lie bad been rlupmaster cf the great ConkllrPlatt machine and his aces sion to the Presidency was not well received by the country His was a good bu5inesa administration but never ei jived tbe full confluence of the people Arthur was born in Vet mont but was elected VictPresident from New YorkJadministrations are to recent for com mentThe politics of the Presidents may be stated thus Washington and John Adams Federalists Jefferson Demo crat Madiroa Federalist Monroe Democrat John Quincy Adams Federalist Jackson and Van Buren Democrats William Henry Harrison Whig John Tyler was elected Vice President by the Whigs but upon his accession the Presidency upon the death of President Harrison made his I administration satisfactory to the Democrats Polk Democrat Taylor and Fillmore Whigs Pierce and Buchanan Democrats Lincoln Re publican Johnson elected VicePresi reaIlion as President Grant Garfield Ar thur and Hays Republicans Cleve DndISHAMROCK If you want some just as cood 1I ImlImake you sick and keep you sick Ask your dugglst m I The Journal early pointed out the j great injury that would result to bU- Siness from a Tariff agitation The el feet ot it is always disturbing Com mercial interests have adjusted themselves to present conditions which should not be dlstrlbuledAlbanyJ- ournal T If young ladles think sores pimples and red noses look well with a bridal veil and orange bosoms its all right Yet Rocky Mountain Tea would drive them away 35c Ask your druggist ru Henry Watterson says he wants the Democratic party to go into the next Presidential campaign penetrated with modern ideas Watterson asks for the impossible The Democratic party has no Ideas It simply is op posed to everything advocated by the Republicans Schenectady N V Union Those who live oa farms are liable to many accidental cuts burns and buruses which heal rapidly when Ballards Snow Liniment is promptly applied Price 25 and 5o eta J H Williams m Fat ladyDont sleep tco much ex erclse dont eat fats and sweets To reduce flesh rapidly take Rocky Mountain Tea Acts directly on the fatty tissues 35c Ask your drug gist C R Martin the old reliable jew eler and watch and clock repairer Is now at the drug store of J H Williams Hartford where he is prepared to do any and all kinds ol work in his line S SImperfect digestion and assimila tion produce disordered conditions o the system which grow and are con firmed by neglect Herblne gives tote to the stomach and causes good digestion Price 50 cents J H Williams m S rdaeat Your Bowels witn Caicarets roroverlqe The tripping feetthe sparkling eyethe graceful movement be longnotaloneto thebuddingmaiden rightayeduly replacesthemThe mother who guards her strength has so much more to devote to the care and education of her dear ones She should be a comforta cheer always theyhaveance the home The world is list less weary and morbid Its blood moves sluggishly and is full of impurities It needs a kindling in vigorating tonic to set it afire1t- iceds Pcruna TIlE ONE MEDICINE In the world which women may rely upon positively Peruna is particularlyfornesses which afflict their delicate organism spring from inflammation or catarrh of the mucous linlngand Peruna is n specific for catarrh in any organ of the body Any congestion 0 a mucous membrane simply means of the organ is Ferana cures all sorts of troubles where other remedies fall If there is A catarrhal atfectlon the matter with you anywhere Foruna will cure you Tho Cumberland Telephone Tolograph Col- NCORIORATtD Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Mississippi and connected by Its Long Distance line with all principal points In thirty five States and Territories is establishing nn exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam Reader McIIenry Centertown and countryThey their service as possible service to parties living In the conn try within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rites and other Information may be obtained at the exchange over Wills tarns Drug Store Hartford Ky C S MCCDCIOCGH Manager What among human Ills are more annoying than piles The ffilctions that prevent active exercise are bad enough but One that makes even rest miserable Is worse Women are among Its greatest martyrs Tablers Buck eye Pile Ointment will cure the most obstinate cases PriceS eta in bot tIes tubes 73sJ H Williams I Dont TobsMOSpU sad tasks Toer lift Lesy- To quit tobacco cully and forever be magnetic full ot life nerve and vigor take NoTo Die the wonderworker that makes weak men stroug All drugging 60o or II Cure guana teed Booklet and simple tree Addrtsi Sterling Komedy O Chicago or New York THE NEW YORKWORL- DThriceaWeek Edition Al most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly ITb rmMeatlal campaign la or r but 4eworld goes on jut the same and It 1lalt ol news To learn thl news lust as It U promptly aDd Impartially all that yoikar to do la to loot ta the column of Th Thrl aWrk Kdltlonot the Ntw York World which come to the lib acrlWr Ira time a year The ThrinaWrtk World dlllgenr a a pub llnher of lint ace bal siren It circulation whir rerth English languag la spoken and yoa want It Tb TbrlreaWrrk Worlds regular subscrip Ion price only 1100 per jrar We offer this unequaled newspaper and Tug ItcrcaLluii to artsvr one year for IZ- OTberegnlurnbcrlption price ofth two pa 11100 KHK KKK K6tK KK K K- J DRSKEHNEDYKERGAN No otlter Medical 5lnn Ia lbs world baa lbs utsbliah4 reretatloa for cmul Mia and Wom IliaC flrs K t K ujo Their Nw lIetbCHI T at- zuns dllCOyom sad perfected by these Lunlacat Specialists kaa btoacbt j and comfort t of homes years In the- tfalmnlol these diseases they can rviraulee to Cure or Ho awyEwia NrTou Ucbllltr brphlll Vrlciicel mrlctur Ottsecret Uoxuul and Mtrntul Wakna SLid U ud lllaaicr lLiQ TtuU guarantees are backed by Bank Boss MENS LIFE BLOODTon mha a secret drain throali the Brinethat1 tbe resale fet Ured oat In th mornlnir Y rested kldaa ache you feet depouInta- dhaveananibltfoil DoatICtyOctUieiilOSd be drained away OrsktAK gauaate to Care or no lay BLOOD POISONI Is the acourreof mankind ltmaynotbeacrlmetObavelt font I be lenerlted but It Is a crime to allow It to remain falher llkesoa Beware ot Mercury and roUuklreatawaU Du K A K peeititely care or no 1 IVARICOCELE STRICTURE Nw Mctkod Treatment cares these diseases urs ad anrely Ho 0 lentlo Irorabnslne Dontrlskoperatlouandralnyoy ITheoriaaa Cures Tbe stricture tissue U absorbed Kidneys BladderDont allIed jour kidney Yonr aching back tells tbi tale Dont let Doctors xperloent so yea DnKdiKcaacaraOttUoa are not beyond human aid Tbsy aarantse to Care or No Pay CODES OOARANTBICD NO CURB NO PAY ConnuUatUa sent FWCI sealed Write for Ouetloa Blank fer Home IlTietoat KTerjtUtlt Confidential DRSe KENNEDY KE528CINCINNATI WALNUT STREET OHIO C t I4 I J Republican JULY 26 IHartford Ilflir =o 11 HutfordPMb CoIneorpoaf ucondclass mail matter IREPUBLICAN TICKET For nanlnlnIlH- ALI N flEEiT for County Jadicr IoN HOOtlLS For Connly Court Clerk JrtN MAHIAM For County Attorney ft N LIlEAVflIFor CAL 1MSEOWX- ForRrtmol Niii rlntrnilrnl JAMEI4For DEWUJiE IIIJI r- TIIOlAH II BLACKL For A tumor FitAMI LOWE For Snrryor JOhN II HOOD Fur Coroner UtJS L IIATIH 3MAGITItTEnrOnOE HAKERlUrtJor PbtrM I OliO W MARTIN CroawHI W lrtrt JOHN M OKARAMsdrpI4r I C IlLLflRFt4dNe Nttrtet 4 ED lAslDmIrd- W IotrtfC 1 r nnxriRR nftnifeukt- D J WILCONDkpflJ- EUOMI W ttH CONSTABLE ALLKNIlarttor PtotrM J R 1LER CrMtm IHtrtet T W WnlflllT Srblr frrtagt Ptotrtet V M URATCHBRFeriliTlkV Dblrttlj DUtrlrt II DUtrkt THEY ARE DESPERATE FELLOWS Facing certain defeat as they are avoiding the exposure of their records as they have and refuting to discuss the issues of last fall and the preceding fall the Democratic candidates have become desperate fellows Po litical death followed by calamity and dire diepair have incensed them to a state of madness and they are now grasping at every straw that floats upon the breeze lib the drown ing man Having fully made up their minds to evade a discussion of the principles they stood for one year ago having issued an order eliminat ing their cry of assassination that poisoned the political atmosphere in the last campaign having unanimout- Iy agreed to say nothing of those in cendiary paintings exhibited in the Beckham procession the cartoon which they said was the picture ol Governor Taylor shooting Senator Goebel the maddened rebellious ute terances made on the stump in Hart ford they have grown desperate in I attempting to inject into the veins ot true Republicans the spirit of dis content and selfdeliverence Realizing as they do the certainty of deatb if they attempt to defend 1anytblDg they have ever stood for forth band ofgone a prowl ing sneaks forging petitions under l the guize of dissatisfied Republicans and asking Republicans to solicit cer I tain gentlemen to announce as in dependent candidatcs for the sole t purpose of defeating tbe Republican r nominees and installing into office tbe men who rendered every power tbey pceseesed in driving Kentuckys rightful Governor from tbo realms of t the Commonwealth Mr Henry Leach is out in a strong letter denouncing it and charging it to those in sheer desperation His language is strong and well applied I believe that it eminated from a Democratic source Here is tbe secret of the story well put What authority have these men to enter the Republican party and assume to direct its destiny Who has authorized these desperate fellows to put certain Republicans names on a typewritten document breathed into existence through the instrumentality of a Democratic ma chine in the bands of a Democratic candidate and mail them out broad cast over the county Indeed it is without authority it has been done V with one end in view to arrouse dis tension in the Republican party for they know success can come to them through no other channel and as a last and desperate venture tbey have decided to assume leadership for tbe opposing party Mr Leach is not the only man whose name and honor have been in suited by the Democratic candidates and their management but from ap pearance there are a number of other gentlemen Among them is Mr TIKB H Benton of Centtrtown than whom there is no stronger or more loyal Republican in tbe county This Democratic petition is accepted by Mr Benton as a great insult to his honor and patriotism So hu miliated was he ou learning that Democrats were issuing calls for him to make the race for Skerifl 4 tt on an Independent ticket under the guze ot Republicanism he deemed it his duty to brand it a Demo cratic forgery Mr Benton handles the intuit to his pride and honor as docs Mr Leach without gloves Concluding a paragraph ho says 1 therefore DENOUNCE IT AS A DEMO CKAT10 FOItUEKY OOTTEN UP FOR TilE SOLE rijnrOSE OF INJURING ME AND DEFEATING TilE ItFlUllLICAN TICKET Here you have it straight from two most excellent gentlemen whose hon or is above reproachand whoso stand ing in tbeir community is unavaila ble They denounce these petitions as Democratic demagoguery These documents are prmtedand mailed out at the expense of that large Dem ocratic corruption fund for a Repub bean would not dare do such a thing charging Republican frauds without citing a single instance where fraud was committed These Democratic dodgers have charged fraud iu the Republican primary and have never been able to find a single man who Irst his vote on account of frauds These fellows who openly boasted ol their ability to out stealout count andout contest these same breaden of Goobeliem revolutionary and an archistic election laws laws that remove every element of chance JromI the result of the election these angelt ic Godlike purificationists long faced sinspotless political dispensa tionists are the wouldbe dictators oi Ohio county Republicanism Fellow citizers do you waut them Read Mcsr Leach and Bentons letters and judge for ourselCscS POLITICAL COWARDICE Less than twelve months ago the Democratic candidates now before the people were waging a ruthless warI against the people on strict political and aMaaination lines They were bold in their defense of the contest and the overthrow of civil liberty so intense were they infatuated with their seeming success that when they planned rally and ratification tbeyI called a meeting of the faithful and sorely charged them that the cry of the day was not for a free and fair count and a loyal submission to the decree of the peoplebut it waVassaa sination The chairman of the Dem ocratic party issued his command that nothing should be said or done that would tend to allow men to reason but instead inflammatory charge were to be made the passions and prejudices of the common people were to be fanned into insolence andrag log hatred the gods of reason were dethroned and driven from the king dom while the idolatrous reveled in the magnanity of their infamy These same gentlemen who are insisting that their character and conduct are such that they are meritorious of the peoples goodwill and special favor didmore to carry politics into the sanctuary and the home circle than the citizens of any other community in this commonwealth from the stump the man who cast his vote for John W Yerkes and civil liberty was denounced as an assassin through the columns of the press they talked of revolutionary methods of the Re publican party and denounced Ken tuckys rightful Governor as a mur derer and drove him from the Stale and placed in the executive chair a man that bad actually been defeated by a decisive majority in private correspondence to the men in the ranks they urged a strict adherence to the party lines advising that a vote for Yerkes was an indorsement of all the lawlessness of last winter Having fought the campaign on lines of prejudice andassassination they lost out and were repudiated by a majority of 400 libertyloving citizens Realizing as they most cer tainly do that another campaign waged on as8assinationuud the ejec tion of Governor Taylor would result in total annihilation the head of tIle ticket and the candidate for Clerk have laid aide their past conduct wretched as it is and are now plead ing for the abolition of politics from the campaign and issuing orders to the fieldmen no politics in it boys like the cry of the midnight rogue It is with the Republicans to deter mine whether these mess shall be judged by the deeds done in the body they have it iu their power tn calla halt on the rabid and frenzied demon of cruel injustice they can soy to the man who carries the vote of the people in his pocket I will call you to strict account for those passion stirring paintings and be cut that was flourished in the bulls face which made him bawl out Yep theres your civil liberty It is with in the power of the R publicans and laboring men of this county to advise this man that he who votes against the laboring man shall not be promoted to oilier it Ialso in the power ot the Republicans to say to the head of the ticket a man who male the race for office in 97on the Populist ticket advocated Populist doctrine in 98 99 and 1900 andon the first of March 1901 openly and boldly dVOWS SINCE TilE ADDITION OF- riiB CHICAGO PLATFOHM BY ins DKMOCHATIO NATIONAL CONVENTION IN 1890 ANti TilE REAFFIIIMATION OF THIS PLATFORM IIY THE DEMO I CRATIC iAitTY IN KENTUCKY I HAVE io A4 BEEN AND AI NOW A DEMOCRAT Aa I UNDERSTAND TilE THINGS NECESSA BY TO CONSTITUTE PARTY AFKIL1A TION ARE FIRST ALLKUIANCB TO PARTY PLATFORM ANti SECOND Bill PORT OF PARTY NOMINEES slush nut be given official favors We submit the case to the ditcrce sion of a wise and just public believing that the citizens of the county will say to Jimmie Miller Jiniuiio 80 odious is your conduct so unstable- are you in your declarations so dean agogueIiko arc your decorum and history I will cast you aside for a man who regards consistency and truthfulness a virtue to Mr Smith Tommie you have had enough front he public criband whenever you have shown your baud it has invariably been against the laboring peo pIe therefore Iwill have none ni you and to Mr Butler Tom before you can hope for rccognitionyou must explain tho mystery that now hangs about your massed fortune while the band writing on tho wal for Mewff Bennett and Wade God ey and Cox reads after this fashion You are unfit for that which y seek hence Ill likewise cast you aside for the survivors of the fittest1 OBSERVER Mr Editor will you please advise me why the editor of he Herald refuses to argue politics with you but instead only refers to you in an unkindand abusive man ner why does he not defend his puts and the parly principle In the first place we answer the Heralds editor has not the ability nor the courage nor the manhood to conduct a line of argument his reference ti us as the mudmill and calamity ex pounder and vice breader is due ti his inability and the lack of dignitj of a true gentleman Secondly nc man can defend the Democratic par tys conduct in State aflir and o course a mental prostitute could not Toe voter will take note that tb A G Benton of letter scanda fame talks of nothing but topline these days It is gnly the cry o stop thief Benton stood up llLll year and called all Republicans assas sins or its equivalent endorsers ot as taftination He defended the contest and the overthrow of civil hbertyam of course the poor fellow it duty bound to do something to evade his abominable course Who blames this intellectual ghost for his conduct Its quite the thing to do therefor we congratulate you Mn GOOSEY you are we peceive averse to answering questions however we have another for you Will you kindly advise the public where it was you said you would see Jot Harder who was running for the mar ehatbip of Fordsville before you would vote for him Whooee wasnt it awfully hot WE might suggest for the benefit of A G Benton alias Heber Mat tbew that Mr Alvis Bennett is II gentleman therefore he cannot af ford to take note of what any A G Benton might say of him JUST how well the fertilizer candi date for Squire willrun in the Centertown district can better be told after November 5 WHAT amount tf corruption fund did you say bad been massed to buyout the Republican party WHO was it that saidIIdamnel good lickins would follow exposures of legislative records DONT fail to read Shamrocks articleoufirstpageHowsThls We otfet One Hundred Dollars Reward to any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years arid believe him perfectly bunorable in all all business transactions and finan daily able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West TrnaxWholesale Druggists Toledo O- WaldingKinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cura is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces oi the system Testimonials sent lice Price 750 per bottle Sold by all Druggists halts Family Pills ate the best CENTERTOWN KY We are suffering considerably on ac count ot heat and drouth Our sick are on the mend Mr J M Carter alter two weeks Illness I able to be out again Mrs Mollle Landrum and daughter Miss nettle of South Carrollton vis ted the families of Messrs Sam James and Wilt McLean last week Mrs S M Junes and daughters Misses Jennie and Anna visited relt tlves in South Carrollton this week Miss Emma Morton is home oJaln after a short visit to relatives in Louie vllleMr Isaac Foster and Prof H H Davis were in Beaver Dam last week erecting a dwelling house for Rev CokleyMr Willie James ot Render went to West Point last Sunday Mr It P Darnes of Beaver Dam was In our town last week on busl ness MAUD I i LEflGH HP BENTON Denounce the Petitions Which are Being Circulated over the County as Dem ocratic Forger ies Strong Letters Against the Un principled Leaders of De mocracy EDITOR REPUBLICAN I wish to say to the Republicans of Ohio coir ty through the columns of your pa per that the petition which is belrg circulated in different parts of the county calling on me and other de tented candidates to make an lode pendent race is fraudulent and origi nated without ray sanction or solIcits tion I feel that it places me in s false position be fore the people I be lieve that it eminated loai a DemC ciatlc source Therefore I dcronnce It as being injurious to we and to tire Republican gutsy I am in no wax In sympathy with Democratic candi dates or principles Being a Repub lican I shall always be foand fighting fir Republicans aw Republican pita clplc There is rnocX depends oe the result cl the November etecliot and every Republican feoaV3 be fanael at u ron oi doty H BXRY LaAc- ntroeaweUKyaly ss IOM tntalltIan independent race for Sheriff Tht petition understand is beiac cites lated by the campaign tsM ape o the Democratic party caUiting ro Democialic headquarters I am free to spy it is not the work of a RtjmVtieii Tills petitoa cot only places ae te a false light before the people bt It calculated to do tny friends a w wrong I therefore desoaace it ut Democratic forgery gotten up its tV oe purpose ot injuring tae ss4dt eating the Republican ticket TV man who placed my aaate Os tdocument did it without tny kaew edge or consent for I do cot appo of such Democratic demigogneiy I see no reason why any man who Is i Republican should find fault with the present Republican ticket for it i competed of the very bett men in tb party They are all gentlemen of tk highest type and should command the vote of every true Republican Very respectfully Titos H BESTON Centertown Ky July 23 1901 Is your liver tired Does it Ian t do its dutv If so dont neglect Iti call for help A few doses of II rbn may save you a spell of sickness Iierbine is the only perfect lIvzsedi- cine It cures Chills and Fever- Price 50 els J H Williams Vm HORSE BRANCH KY July 24 Some Goebelcrsts who are candidates for county offices had the gall to say less than a year ago That a vote lor John W Yerke would be to endorse all the lawlessness of last winter now come before tht people asking and pretending to be lieve that they will receive their votes Let me siy that there is rot a voter in Horse Branch precinct who cast his vote for Mr Yerkes would be guilty ol such a thing and il the Gosbelltes or Tom Campbellltes think we have forgotten their slanderous talk ot lust winter and the picture of Gov Taylor shooting Senator Goebel just wait jTARvEDi1Slow It is starved It keeps out thinner and thinner j food you can Is It- feeds growthof comesfrom of hairfood The HAIRhair has coming gets bald spots then actual baldness The only good hair buy HairiQorIthe roots stops 4 starvation and the 1 hair grows thick and 1 long It cures dan druff also Keep a yourI1 It always restores 2 color to faded or gray hair Mind we say 4 always SlOOabotll All druggUU Vigortotrio for the hair Sly hair was tboullbtIused only one bottle and my hair stopped falling out1 and It now and iing NAXCT J MotJXTCAiTLK July JS 1808 YonkcriNY Write the Doctor TIInalrlion wlih about your hEr You WIIJlTo a liaJOAVKH rroo Mail a A A 4 A till November 5 when we will side track Goebcllsm nnd Tom Campbell Ism along with the brains and snot ey forever In Ohio county There Is a candidate on the Demo crnllc ticket who Is claiming the sol diet votes fur tUenasodbo sajN lit was a Kblilitr back iu the sixties The old veleians iu tins end ol the county want to know whtie joi were on February 14 itul 15 62 the day Mose Ragland then but a mere boy ol seventeen laced the leaden hall and Iron storms on the hard foightCeld of Fort Uonaljon And where were you with ycur gun battling for n Irst cause on April 6 ntd 7 62 the day Hose Ragland with blood spattered garments charged midst a shower ol bho nod shed and laced the enemy lor two days 01 the clark and bloody field of Shiloh The enpe of this county know Mose Kaglanrt as a sel dler and know him M a citizen There is i othlng in the gilt ol the people ot Ohio county too good for him and his election is generally con ceeded by the Republicans ot Ohio county and concuied in by a host ol Democrats lie only waits the com ing of January i when he will again take the oath of office and Hoa Rogers Cal Keown and the entire Republican ticket wlljdo likewise There will be uo Gojbel machine in Ohio county this fall to stuU ballot toxes and throw out votes and override the will of the people Each vote will be counted as cast and the Republicans will see that there is a clean ballot aad a fair count R L BoyD Magisterial Conventions 1911IFxrwait to an ot Ueiei Ktcativt Committee of the Hufutd MsgistedI District a mass ManattM ws MId at Beaver Darn JCy 3El9t it C jams fo Il11o fedeit1 ct ainsan andW R Hfeftpe SccpxlarT Mr E P Ty he jftxztfl t x ae tof George Sat ce IlK JttMiee eftfce Price iN hartford 1 Uj fctttiil Diunct X I Mr Wade I swrai iu Mr Srter t nominated i Jy atduNta The vote result in i ssisisexfes tPtttta ct Mr Baker al- I ter iiek tkt eoBveslia was enter Ulsei ky a rtsy affray cute feck 4y the sewly acaaisuletf eaadtdate is f whieb heattwtktpsiatssp- G aDd 9le4 towcal hto We ataat to steare Iu tlftuI Mr W P Th4e M pn mted the name o eoae Alks lot CotU elI MU Hartleid Misteml Dutrkt I The cenventloa toot s4amitar actM a to the semination 1 1 ciedttale fat Magistrate awl Mr Allen vd asaci mbcsly elected aad responded ttttk a short talk and icsnrtd the cocvento that he would continue to be Co Vila ble alter the November election Oi moui the convention adjanratd R C JABSAOIS Chmn V7 R HODGES SecyF- ORDSVILLE DISTRICT July 22 Pursuant to call ot the District Committee the Republican ol the Fordsville Magisterial District met in mass convention at Fordsville Satnrfay July 20 1901 Diitii t chairman Chancellor called the ccn venthn to order and the large convention proceeded to bts nsss b unanimously electing Mr JJ Tilfoid Cbairmrn and G D Royal Secretary On motion it was agreed to leave the manner of obtaining the sense of the convention at to its choice for Mag istrate and Constable to the varioai candidates for said offices who helda consultation anti unanimously agreed upon taking the vote by secret ballot whereupon Messrs S P Roby WS Gaines and J II Roberts were ap pointed by the chairman to take the vote Mr S C Miller received a large marjorlty of the votes for Mag iitratc over toh his opponents and was declared the nominee Mr VS Bratcher was nominated by acclamation for Constable he being the only ly candidate for that office Mr Miller was called for and re sponded in a routing speech of accep lance In response to calls Mr B Mitchell in a few words moved to make I the nomination ot Miller unaninioas which was bigly did Mr Travis Gentry the other defeated candidate joining In the chorus J J THPOBD Chmn G D ROYAL SecyR- OCKIORT DISTRICT Pursuant to a call made by the chairman of the Rokport Magiste I r nl District a mass meeting was held at Hands Hall Faurday July 20 1501 lot the utpoc cf nominal ing candidates fur Magistrate ant Constable The muting was calltd to order by Otto M Maddox arid the purpose of the meeting briefly stated proceeded to elect a chairman which resulted In the election ol Capt A U Stanley D F Gibbs was elected secretary Nominations being in order Mr Sam Bishopplaced Mr L B Loney befo e the convention a candidate for Magistrate Mr S W Robertson placed D J Wilcox In nomination for the same office The vote was taken and resulted in the noraltatlon ol D J Will ox A motion was made by L B Lon y to make Mr Wilcoxs nomination unanimous A commit tee a as apolnted by the chair con sisting of 14B Loney to escort Mr Wilcox to the stand after which be made a good talk accepting the hon ors conferred upon him Nominations being in order for Constable Henry Robinson and Sam Hawes were placed in ro utnation the vote being taken Henry Robin son was duly nominated There be ing no further business before the MIhrti convention it adjourned in due form- A B STANLEY Chmn D F Ginns Secy ULIlltm MHlNOSWsTnCT I The Republicans cf the Thlid Mig Istiiial Dlstilcl intt lit Nmown In intus convention 0 I 5nurd y July 20 1901 for the purpiieot nominating candidates for tht oflivsr1 Magistrate I and Constable The conventioi was cilltd to order by J B Wallace alter I which W S Dean wos elected Chair man and J C Hohinur Secretary The chair then appointed a committee of three odetetmine the manor of voting The committee repotted the folowing manner Each man must write the mans name he wishes to vote for on a slip of paper which must be deposited in the balot box The clerk mutt keep a record of each voters name and in case the voter Is unable to write his vote the clerk Is required to write it The chair theu appointed B I Davis as Sheriff The chair then opened up the polls and proceeded wtb the election The candidates voted for for Magistrate werej M Gralnru B P Petty and J A Bolting J M Graham receive- S B P Petty 23 and J A Tolling 7 T W Wiigbt via nominated for Constable alter which the convention adjourned W S DEAN Chmn J C HomuriR Secy Whites Cream Vermifuge not only eflextuilly expels worms but is une qnaled as it onic and is a certain and permanent cure lor Chills and lever in children Puce 25 cts J U Williams m CENTRAL GROVE KY Juj 24 Rev R W Danks filled bis regular appointment at the nap tist Church Saturday and Sunday Miss Rrni Tichenor who has been sick is able to be rut again Miss ultra IKfln has returned to her home in Union Grove nelghboi hood alter n two weeks visit in this communityMr Loney who has been at tending Draughans Business College at Nashville Tern returned home tcday Messrs O M Bishop and L B Loney attended the Ohio County Sur Jay Scloil Convention which waa held at Mcilenry July 21 Mr M G Snell and family Cojl Springs have moved back to this community Mrs John Ccttrell and daughter Mrs Jesse Jesson Nishville Tenn are viittirg the family ol Mr L B Loaey Mrs XiBoie Martins Owen boro visiting in the community- MrIll L r Lniry and family OH bu are viiitlng relatives in the akharbood Pfot J B David win will teach our school agal this ta MiM Tkbeoer will teach at West Paiit Mr M J MeUtyre Ceralio wi in tbb community Tuesday Mr R P Miller Oensboro visiting his mother Mrs Riviia Miller AGXESIA I a as is or to BLOOD SATURATED WITH OAK Mr John of Star I was poisoned with oak which went blood my condition tb all I could not get I in a precarious con fined to the house for sir when I saw S B 8 advertised and began Its use loon reallaJnir was dolnir vs good I continued the cured I the blood medicine made If Youve Money to V Burn This is not forYou 1 inulif you want to spout your money tho profltnblo way jwsaiblo como our store now No vlmnco burning your wish here in the oxcoptionnblo values Intro oiler Wu want impress upon tho public the absolute truthfulness the assertion that are going lot prices count for very littlo closing out our largo stock Summer Goods is not so much profit tbo CASH that wo after want mako a clean sweep and wo get n little above 01 a little below cost and carriage for our goods now satisfied to Our Big July- Clearance h J Sale is Now onI ON account of our largo stock wo yet have n f full supply many lines goods These must go right away for tho CASH whether there is ti profit attached or uro showing big lino now Utces Embroideries Allover IneerItions and Lace Big lino of Ribbons Muslin and Knitted Underwear Lawns Organ dies 1iques Foulards Dimities Shambries White Dress Goods and other Dress Fabrics in tucks and bolts Summer Clothing for mill Boys milt Indies and cents Furnishing Goods have large desirable lines Havent Time and Dont i F Care to Quote You PricesI- n II well let our customer do most thoipriccMjuoting quite willing lose a i few cents a purchase our customers pleased and enabled turn our goods in to Cash We need this Cash make our Fall purchases hcnco this sacrifice Wo wnnt our cus tomers to take advantage this Clearance 4for4 I posed ISR T1 COLLINS Hartford t Poison Oak Poison Ivy BOTANICAL REPTILES THeir Sting Sets tHe Skin on Fire and Fills the Veins with Violent Lingering Poison These plants seem to partake the nature and character of the serpent winter time being comparatively harmless but when warmed into life by spring summer heat they bccgmc extremely venomous and spiteful emitting a milky juice that bums and blisters like a fiery acid producing quick inflammation and painful swelling Some persons are so susceptible to these vegetable poisons that coming their vicinity will produce almost much discomfort and pain as them their thin and sensitive skins seem absorb front the surrounding atmosphere the acrid juice emanating from these plants There seldom a picnic or family gathering the woods but that some DIem ber the party comes contact with Poison Ivy Oak some other hurtful plant or weed and through the open pores the poison is carried to the overheated blood Poison Ivy found clinging tree trunksc POISON Prlol Station Dol wrltei potion through mjr and became 10 serious that doctors said welt remained condition mohthi that It medlclno nod was entirely it best in to of wo to to of wo to in of It of hut nro Wo to if we are in of not Wo a of III Men we fact of Wo are to on if are we are to to of Sale of ri of in and in to in of in fences or rocks sometimes reaching great heights the leaves are nearly square in shape smooth andshiny and three on eachstem the flowers arc of a greenishwhite color and the berries pale green or white The Oak is a sinalisfinibseld6iu more thin three feet high its size depending upon the nature of theisoil location etc the leaves arc long and pointed with saw bnlikcIAfrer the swelling subsides the skin remains for a long andIsores It is remarkable with what regularity and- ccrtninty the disease returns and always on schedule time appearing the same month day and hour almost that year before Dont be deceivedshould all RETURNED EVERY 8PRIN8 FOR IB YEARS Mrs A IT Bennett of Tocooa Oa whote case ta similar to thousands of others whe psysiWirnI were poisoned br handllnr poison oak and It broke out on ua er spttug for eighteen years Born one recommended S jahaveseveral seasons the signs of the poison vanish Soon after the first attackthe acrid juices have beep taken through the open skin pores into th blood and the most persistent faithfuj use c4 externalremedies can never dislodge them aiid next seasonand for years to nie 1 may expect to endure the same bodily tortures the blood in the meantime becoming so saturated t su4edingattackleavesslow and thus the once simple malady ends disastrously For every poisonous plant tree shrub Or oweranaturc llaswis lyprovidedan antidote or curev roots lierb of is composedquii ly surely and penniinently overcome and e o1t the bd and system tIle effects of Poison Poison Otil Virgiiiia Creep r Thunder YJd I3C and Y vegetable poisons of every variety S S S will be found an invaluable c ntidote for poisons of this class There is never any return of the aggravating symptoms after a course of S S Sas it destroys every vestige of the poison Dont abandon hope because ofrepeated failures State your case to our doctors we feel sure they can help you Medical cost you nothing and is strictly confidential fBook on Blood and Skin Diseases free SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga H u l t 1 i i SheriiiallnI rSaid ho know only two tunes= Yankee Doodle mill QUO a other Our customers are in the sum fix They have heard AXr 0 0 0 air of other firniH hut they reinemheronly i Who are continually linpensiiig big Bargains to the people t of Ohio countys-r I Menw Summer Coats10ctoJ50-I Bqys Linon Punts 25o 300I350ron s au7O nl erw a 25eif Genuine BalbriggaihSuits 100 t Tow Linen Punts 100 flGood Socks 5c Half Hose lOc to too W Mens Lowcut Shoes 100 Ladies Slippers 50cto 200 I Hobos 50c xP8rfSOlslthICOlordSOto 350L rartyspotass5cte75c t t White Goods in Plain and Figured 5uto20e t i Fancy Wash Goods 5c 8c 10e und 20c r Hamburg and Swiss Embroideries 5cto30c Torchon Edgings and Insertions l-OcGeuuinolralIAweslOctolSe i yardSwissr LaceBtrino Hose i 1 eoDc l Childs laity 11001Oc 15c and 20c 1DluekCut Hose 10o to 25e I lOc Vest taped neck 7 Jc Genuine LisloThrcad1cst25cEntire line 75c Shirts SOc Big sire Counterpane 50c 1 jOnodollar a yard Skir Goods 3 yds to skirt SOc OctVory best Kid Gloves VJ 100 Lilk Gloves black only 35c Black Silk Mitta 15c to 25c oj Childs Parasols 115-j o- i Mens Good Vork Gloe8w SOc o I H BIG REDUCTION IH MILLINERY GOODSf I I THE remaining summer months we are going to make in 4 teresting by making SPECIAL HllOES in every depart taunt Rememlwr w0 take ASH Wool Eggs Ginseng Iif and Feathers in exchange lor all kinds of Dry Goods i The Place is L Practical Aids for teachers and Applicants It in a SPECIAL aid to applicants In the matter ol Theory and Practice Much erapba ia has been put this subject quailI 1 + clan it be learned from a text book A Guide to Study in the Preparation iFor Teachers Certificate It U not a book prepared by one ignorant of the needs of teacbers and applicants is the result of experience of elev In thshool work exmember of State Board of Examiners It is notan almanac but a pocket encyclopedia containing exactly the information that both Tt 1teacbers and pplicantamuM have PRICE + 100 Three Copies to one Address 225 Cash tJOlth Order Books Mailed same day order is Received R tI SEND AM ORDERS TO JAS H FUQUA JR- Russellville It Ky t i r Hartford Republican aGJIllinois Central RailroadTime I Table telw ncardU taking rant Road jr vc t tOO at tow Jlprth Bound Nonlh Bound KoUI dBt 4G1aat No Ill do UM i m Mo lot duletp m No 101 dOl TM p m tea Ifl dllUft p m No UI dutop m l fttlfbt No IN dutteam No ludrrropm aIIV IIMTeaAgent- l a yeap nu Vw- u thot eda d Imo Del Iona Cofa Cola at the Singer office Get pour Milk Sbake at the Singer office f i a N cart line ol Cigars In town at SJIIget office r J 1r yyroa Barnes leaver Dam Is tonrt e ilck list C ItMFeaonU end Pop Corn always v on t1tSmger office Ice sia l Sherbet copstantly on haqd xtihe Singer 4f ice rScb 1 order taken sa cash for fct Carson Gos f irA D White Is Buffering from 4a severe carbunkle on htsback br t R lltirtla jeweler lad watch t rrnaier at WZINemi drug store I Orange Cberryrind Blackberry vH iS phosphates at the Singer ofPce f Miss Annie Richardson Hampton Va is Visiting Mrs F L Felix r i L J 1 I- by 5r 1 T Mr and Mrs Tom Taylor returned Wednesday homa visit to relatives In Shelby county Prof Wm Foster Princeton N J Is visiting relatives in town and at tending the Institute The nicest and newest nptcdate line of candles in the city can be found at the Singer office MrsJH White and son Master Sim Charleston Mo are visiting Capt and Mrs S K Cox I Misses Annie Belle and Maggie Duncan Greenville and Louisville ate the guests ol Mrs P L Felix I Practical and scientific horseshoeing twenty years experience 45 81 A B Rows Centertnwn Ky A lord wagon and good draft horses to exchange for good mUch cows or buggy B M MILLER Miss Jessie Smith Owensboro has t3 pboid lever Her friends In Ohio county wish her a speedy recovery Mrs Irene Taylor of Beaver Dam and Miss Daisy James of Louisville w re the guests ol Mil Lucy A Klein last Friday y lit CUBA where It Is hot all the year round Scotts Emulsion sells better than any where else In the world So dont stop faking it In summer you will lost l what haW alned 5adforaIrteum9le SCOTT tt DOWNJJ Chi I40 yls Petrl Street New York mc and llo all drugzUU Potted Turkey Chicken lIam Chipped Beef c at Singer office For Oranges Lemons and Bananas I of coupe you go to they Singer office Miss Myrtle Thomas of Ntrrovrn hitii a stvere attack of typLo l fevi r Wagon wheels refilled ten dollars per setA n RowE CentMtown Ky Miss Plorrrcv Morion retunud Mon at from a visit lo l uitvlllc and Oweikboro Dr E A Carbon has o eted up n Dental ice up Miiro next door to Carson ft Co tt Mitt bury Leah Owcihtniio aI arrive t luy to Le the gurbt ot Miss Margant Murks Our old friend Dr Z H Shu Iz has tainted at Pleasant Ridge We extend best wishes co a splendid harvest of success Messrs II C Powers and John W Petty under the firm name of Powers Petty have opened up a general store at Narrows We received report of the Louis ville District Conference which has just closed at No Creek which will appear next week I Misses Norma and Eva BonCen tertown are spending the week with their sister Mrs POD Rogers and at tending the Institute C R Martin the old reliable jew eler and watch and clock repairer Is now at the drug More of J H Will lams Hartford where he is prepared to do any and all kinds ol work in his line E W Jacksons Mammoth Photo Tent will be at Prentli from August 15 to August 30 Will make one dczen 4x6 Mantellas for 1 buttons for SOC Satlsiact 01 guararI teed I3t We will close out cur Foulard Silk at aocj Imported organdies 21 MC and all wash goods in proportion Dont fall to see these goods no last years goods All new fresh stock CARSON Co Mr Gillesple rai been advised by Rev Hund that Mrs Woosley will be In the pulpit at the Cumbtrand Presbyterian church morning and evening of the first Sunday prox Mrs Woosley will have a large audi ence of her friends Mrs O W Tomes died Sunday morning ol typl old fever after R very bIll f illness She leaven a huband and two uraall children lo mourn her departure Haitian rltizn jon us In extending to the bereaved husband sincere coudoence Mr Barnett Hudson Out rd dire Tuesday evening of old age Ills re mains wire buried at Mt Carmel Wednesday Funeral services were conducted by Rev J N Jarnngin lie was a very old and highly respected citizen I Mr A K Pate WES nccidentaly shot Wednesday monlng while walk ing down the street toward the bridge by Guy limes A colored boy who was shooting at a chicken Only one shot struck him entering in the left temple just over the eye Dr Ford probed for the shot but was unable to locate it It was a very slight wound which will not give any serious troubleSome prowling hulk went into the bed room of Uncle Tom Allen near town Tuesday night and stole 21 75 out of his pants pocket and sneaked off covered by the gloom of night He got one twenty dollar gold piece one silver dollar and some small change lie was tracked In the di rection of Hartford Uncle Tom is quite eightyfive years of age and the man that would steal from such an aged gantleman must have little re gard for the venerable citizen The old reliable C R Martin the oldest and best Jeweler in the Green River Country has located at Hart ford and can be found at the drug store of J H Williams It is not necessary for us to say that he Is a very superior artist in his line as work do by him for many years here is the only recommendation that is needed No better mechanic ever lived here lIe does not claim to do the impossible but will give you the best work for the least mon eYelie is prepared to do all kinds 01 Watch Clock Jewelry and pecta cle repairing He is alive to the wel fire ol our town and county and such men should be patronized His tam fly will in a few days j in him and make their future home here If Card of Thanks- I desire to thank the good people of Hartford for the kind assistance ren dered me during the recent and fatal illness of my beoved wife and shad strive to repay the debt of gratitude in the future Very respectfully G1V TOMES Cuts and bruises are healed by Chamberlains Palo Balm in about one third the time any oher treat went would require because of its antiseptic qualities which cause the party to heal without maturation For sale by K Wayne Griffin Bro Farm for Sale Ninety acres ot land fifty in cultivation bannce well timbered good buildings fine water two and one half miles from Sulphur Springs one mile from school house and church Ap ply to W A CLARK itf Jingo Ky a T OHIO COUNTY PEDIGOGUES Meet in Institute Work With Prof 0 JM SliillU- Inslrifctor Home Talent Padaces Re rults Very Gratifying to Teachers Inter st and Enthusiasm Mai k Each Days Work I rc N RCCKkb CODNTY sure I The Oho CuuntyTeachers Institute convened Monday in Court Hall with a large number of the faithful present to which have been added many more since the opening Monday morning Never before in the history of the county have there been so bright and progressive corpse ol teachers assem bled ID Institute work as hue graced the countys seat this week Despite the furious shafts of Od Sol the In stitute has been doing excellent work The teachers are alert and ready to respond when duty calls which Is certainly a bioa for the tailing Superintendent Rogers has worked faithfully during the past four years PROP 0 SI1ULTZ 1N4TRUCTOR In raising the stantard ol thoie en gaged In the pedagogic field and with the ccoperatlon of two most excellent seats of learning the Hartford College and the West Kentucky Seminary his efforts have been crowned abundantly and the common expression regarding the present corpse ol teachers viz That it is the best with which the county has ever been honored lain a great measure due to the workI of the Superintendent co operating with these Institutions of learning In an earnest eflort to raise the standard of the public school teacherIThe fact that the Superintendent has chose home talent to conduct the Institute should encourage every teacherand call forth a more earnest effort and arouse a greater desire to ac complish more acceptable results dur lug the present year than formerly Prof Shultz has labored earnestly and zealously to make the Institute interesting and pleasant for the teach ers in which work he has exhibited marked ability as leader and Instruc IcausefInstituteihuslasm producing results that should be considered a compliment to any educator and should recommend Prof Shultz to Superintendents desir ing live and uptodate Instructors The discussion of sutjects which confront every teacher in the school room have been conducted in a man nor thit will greatly benefit the teach I er when he meets them in the course of his school work One thing th has marked the present Institute is the amount of work done by lb teachers Many Institutes are bore with tiresome lecturers from the IIIstructors but not so in the present case for the teachers are doing the debating and lecturing The teachers enrolled are as follows Louana Ford Blnnton Coleman Ora Ashby Mattie Tichenor Sophia Wa- lace Florence Rowan Atlie Flelden i Mottle Robertson Maggie Davidso- Annie Berryman Rosy Berryman Leota Patton Sara Firtle Mary Hoi loway Daisy Godsey Alice Bosket M I Estella Ralph Florence Morton Mattie Pirtle Lena Miller Artie Wilson Rarnystlne Anderson Nannie Mosely Oma Maddox Ella Herring Bda Car ter Msggie Paxton Nettle Rogers May E Rogers tee Chinn Cova Hendrie Nettie Sulser Cova Matthews Emma Miller Ruth ShaltzI Rachel Sanderlur Fannie Render Chloe Shown Bessie Rowe Carrie Rowe Anna Jones Ada Harrel Lou Hatrel Dena Woodward E A Car ter J C Birnard James DeWeese JID Stewart J H Wood J A Duff J E Davidson Warren Payton D P Mosely Harmon Whltescarver H C Crowder Joe Chancellor Ploy Mur phy WallaceRawson JC Hoheimer Mack Cook Gordon Jones J E Mil ler F L Sanderfur T C Hosey S W Crowe Sam Bishop John H Smith Jr J S Fllzhugh Will Lew ellen O M ShuHz J Alex Rhodes H H Davis Jas H Barnes E W Patterson W S Young P C Miller Wm Park I J Hoover Seth Mosely A M Acton L K Mllburn G HolI brook S E Turner Marvin DlackI E R Maddox W S Hill c Igle hart L L Baker Chas powder AI J Wakeland B J Ellis W R Car f C Lawrence Clarence De IWeese E A Smith A E ElIIs1I J lIam Barnes T SIGreer W S Sandlach J E Moxley 1 Moles Coppage Arthur Moxley Bin mer Rentrow 0 W Llklns J A Sandbach Henry Leach G W White A C Porter C E Smith Ozna shultz R D Robertson W G Wel born S M Wilson N B White J A Rowe D I Barrett Cora Storms Alma Lyons Annie Montgomery Berth Paxton and Ploy Murphy Honorary members S B Bishop John B Wilson R R Wedding E W Woodward and Rev Petrie New Livery and feed Stable Good Horses and the Best of Rigs at all Times Tho most polite attention given customers and the kindest taro taken of all stock intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES WAGONS Will also handle the FAMOUS OX BRAN FERTILIZER JfcSTERMS STRICTLY CASHeS r A C TAYLOR PropSUCCESSOR TO KEOWN TAYLOR Hartrard KeD1iuoky a4kt What ere Humors They arc Tltlctcd or nirbii fltlds crrra lag she veins and nting tbo lUiDfj amtstDow d1f ttri IGWLIPeaT- Ia rn ray furau ut culacteus nupllon J i r rr P7f1 rim r rd Drs- cJd 11 w i lei 16a n 11111 lip ItIJr it1rs i 3 liu511 rp tba ysea Ut bit rrr q tram MIt ll o =MALINDAS RESPONSE TO i JOSHUA 11V Ml MIOCK To the prt tic editor of tilt Hnitfurd herald theie line ale respectfully edlcatcd I Oh Joshua my Joshua When we married you an I My daddy sed you was an ass byItNow I see its gain to turn out Jlst like the ole nan lowed jackassdall about the top line Lever word youve sed was true Twould still be angel politics Side ol what the other fellers do There the Music Hall Convention Wbar the stealln run so high 1That the Jcmeses an the Youngers Would a bin afeared to try contestnThe whole worl viewed with awe That theyd still steal the offices When theyd failed with Corbel low As still youre goln to jlne em Why Joshua Ill declare People say theyve bought you Hoofs bide an 1 air You remind me ol ole Touscr Not his chokln of a coon But of his silly barkin When hes bayln at the moon Im sorry cfyour dolns But Ive more respect for dad An the soundness of his judgment Tbht aster make me mad If youre gain with the Goebel gang Ill just put away my gown Per Im ashamed Joshua To RO with you to town A Sad Death Mr Olxdlah Love ot near Dundee died last Saturday no ping of heart trouble white picking up nppei in the orchard When he Itfl tire houe early in the morning he advised the hmlly to sutler no uneasiness should he not return for dinner Acting up on this advice the family thought nothing of his prolocged absence ur tll late in the tveuing when his son Mr John Tnj lor Lowe went In starch or hint and lound him dead under au apple tree by the side o lh basket which he was filling with apples lie had filled one basket and was gather ing the second when he was suddenly attacked by the disease which had long ben harrasslng and annoying him When found he was in a stoop ing position and from seeming ap pearance bad been dead quite a while However following the law govern ing such cases Coroner Hunt was caned to hold an Inquest which try turned a verdict in accordance with facts herein set forth Mr Lowe was a very highly re petted citizen about three score and ten His remains were Interred at the Milton Taylor graveyard Sunday SMALLHOUSC KY July z3bite Settle Hatcher Cec tertown is visiting her mother Mrs Annie Ross Misses Emma Cummings and Mag gie Russell visited the family ol Mr Alva Galloway in Central City last Saturday Miss Salllc Cummings is visiting her parents near Hopewell at this writing Messrs Arthur Drake P E Drake seat Owen Robertson went to St Louis Mo last Wednesday Little Nola Pate who has been stay lug with her aunt Mrs C B Over Is in Breckenridge county visit ing her tether Mr M D Maddox and sister Miss Oma are attending the Institute at Hartford this week Mr John Drake bad the misfortune to lose a horse yesterday white return ing home fiom his sisters Mrs Jennie Ross He was in a wagon and his horse dropped dead in the road His wife and sister Mrs Ross were In the wagon with him Mr Ott Kimbley who has been quite ill of typhoid fever is better VENDS Rough Hirer Telephone Company ixcoirouTiD Talk being cheap andnecessar should patronize home folks where you dan buy your own ipsoDthe whole county and business points Jtenerallybyonly paying RoughRiver expenseifHartford Ky + for particulars We connect Mith ill Independent CompanIes h a c 7 tNow for Cut Prices 1 lI J r Y 1I rjfull i aCya btmw lints aid unnor tL thing 1Vrr lwv no c excuse to oiler We simply want to convert the L ri balance of this rearonsi such iota uih ttt J i V tale ready for fall and winter gouk and our low pricesI will certainly move our stock out of the house and i ot into the posst scion of our patrons Wo dont want this ad to appear sensational or read like a fake Wo want it to impress sensible c people as a truthful statement of a plain 1USI11CSSkNtr proposition which it is e2 T ttt An actual markdown without previous mark 5 up We do it because its good business to do it t and these cut prices oiTer you the best kind of a j business reason for buying Wo make the follow e T- t ing prices on our Wash Dress Goods c All 5c Lawn 4c All Gc Lawn oe All 8c Lawn Gc All lOc Lawn 8c All 15c Lawn 12io All 20c Lawn 15c f All25c Dimities and Organdies20cA1- 13Oc J- i Organdies 22Jc All 30c Foulard Silks 20ctct Linen Suits for Men125tAbetter one 200 J iWo have room to quote price on only a small tc1h8ntity of goods but if you will como in wo will r 4 make you prices that are sure to please you 6 tYOUnS FOR TRADE t rson + 0 ppppItirripppprppc a Everybodys Store 9 WAS never better prepared to supply your needs j 3at a normal cost titan now Additions of now j to every department to meet the demands of Jtho season at a range of price to suit any custom IS or All kinds of country produce taken in ox 1 atchange for goods I UJaaVy reaa Seeds tIiOur Wash Dress Goods fabrics are too numerous to mention But a look through this line is sure to provo satisfactory to yourself as well as the firm OiWite tesft vv SiIndia Linens in all grades from 5c to loc- Dimities in the neat and tasty effects at u vario ty of prices Nainsooks in small and largo chocks 9O iee lu efF It is as necessary to keep the feet cool as any other part of the body and with this end in view atwo are prepared to show the best lino of stylish up Slippers in trio county Also quito a lino of good easy ones for old as well as young and midflf dieaged llt tO In order to complete tine summer wardrobe it is HatIithe task for you Ii ouM ettWho need Clothi iIats Shoes UnderwearShirts r t Collars Cuffs JrestR Buis We are certainly after your trade ttnd belibirowo can justly merit it te 1 Business in this department still grows This week will bring moro now Carpets Oil Cloths Battings Rugs Loco Curtains Blinds and polesV twill bo now arrivals in this department 3 We can furnish any ih m m thing you need to I wear anything you need to eat and can furnish your house from top to bottom Visit us and you 99 will be convinced of our ability to save you both atime and money qur f et Beaver Dim Icy r 4e 1 0 to tf7i 1iS TIio Kind You Hnvo Always Bought mill which has been 1 In uso for over 30 years has borno tho signature of niul has been rondo under his per 1I sonal supervision since Its infancy e Uu Allow no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Just asroodnro but Experiments that trifle with nnd endanger tho health of Infants mud ChildrenExperience against Experiment CASTORIAYCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Boric Drops nut Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contain iiUicr Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic subitancc Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms nod allays feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation mill Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Blathers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYSctihO Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought- In Use For Over 30 Years TN euCOMPANY lr MUSNAPrIR Ntw TONS CIT 1roti3 o FIELD SONco =oo= = o=c TRANSFEIILINa 9 HARTFORD 3BLY A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED A BOON TO MANKINDa DTALES BUCKEYE izg oPhioo r1 mA fiNR i- I err rOJ ctM n W TrJTI z U t TI en I I CURE J A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL andI EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAINICURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE TUBES DV MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTSIJAMES F BAllARD Sols Proprietor 310 North Main j vTORlvlI f j l natlQuanatr licit In Quililr For 20 Years Has led all Worm Remedies 1 T IIOxc I3Y VXiXi ZaXlTJCVOIOTCJ Prepared by 1 JAMES F BALLARD St Louis A BUSINESSEDJ Ea TIONthe young Mali oryoanK m r ii Illi ThU bclnir con ctdvd It In ol ant Iniportnnco to it tour trnlnluK nt thr whoul that utanila the very Iront She Sryant Stratton Business College rODkj O V J =C=Q tI ItouuHE1Pimr1Lrenu suonrutnI Izz III r PILE JVERM9FUCE In In I s ii elell1 o brnirarboneaq flatlftt In hi line nrad WrllornIIi 111111Jm I I inn ae j Witty Cen e a Yo- urTHESOUTHS Loses Than a Ponny a Number LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta Go I After a career ofmore or less activity in tho Southern Held fur over n quarter ofnrciitury I lio Sunny South hUH again betwno I toryIteoutulns I audInnd of IHSI C uneolotni at home and nflclii sums Ideal fuMi midyoutgwillAYTltxvIIoittullmelll UUI LtlndcalucrsbyJimirl a Ilion p lutellttltrouonl r SeenU for a full ycitrof it Think of Jt fiUccubi ngentncommIYsubscriber One bnnplc uopy free ID you anU to your MX pustl1eutithithe ni The 111111 Jutl1 III uur old Southsliterary I Q I nilSouthurtlIIuutnitto I Literary the other News Addruiti all letter and remittances to rTHE SUNNY SOUTH ATLANTA GA l 1 THE i AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY Incorporated 00RESERVEAMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 Ob Address all correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS 1- I f V tirr 1 jI Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 26 SISTER GAINS FREEDOM Noted Robbers Released From Prison WhereThey lIadSpentI Twentyfive St Paul July s3Cale and Janus Younger former members of the Jesse James band of bank and train robbers and highwaymen have been in the Stillwater Penitentiary for twenty I five years were paroled recently by the Board of Pardons They with thtir brother Bob were sentenced to life imprisonment for the raid in 1876 on the First National Bank of North field when Cashier Haywood wa killed They were captured after at exciting chase in which two of the band were killed and the Yuungei toss were badly vonndtd Jesse and frank James escaptd to Mexico Robert Younger died in prison from consumption in 1889 Rita Younger sister of the outlaws who was described as a beautiful girl seventeen at the lime her brothert101 convicted has been working he roically for more than ten years tc procure their freedom Her devotion through all of the years to a cause that npptared hopeless has won foi her the sympathy cf many influential persons and to her labors more than to those of any one else is dne the release of the convicts When Robert fell ill and it was seer that he must die unless he was taken to another climate she worked og and bravely to leave him set free Failing she took up a place at his bedside and for months nursed him with the tenderest care He died in her arms Since then the young woman hat spent all of her time when tot actu ally engaged In seeing pardon board and legislators at the prison when she is a great favorite She was in Healthy Mothers few mothers art hulthy because their duties are so exacting The anxiety of pregnancy the shock of childbirth an care of young children are severe Mali on woman But with Wine of Carded within her grasp every mother vjry woman In the can pay the debt of personal health the owes her loved ones Do you want robust health with allltJ privileges and pleasures Wine of Cardul will jive It to you tmfCABDUI ttrtngthenithe female orjani and Invigorates functions For every female III or weakness It Is the but medicine made Ask your druggist for 100 bottle Wine of CUdul no substitute under any circumstances Mn EJwia Cm Gamer Mthj Then I oxanKKri uiat WlMol Cardul 1 WM hartlr obIc IOwalklCtOllcbebouoe TwoTrrkbrrIwred ball a mite ni tkirf Uriwlorici when my borsimrered wkb Uor poi l- 4r11 bdbsuehmoaabadbaaIhetAlicrmuijthe VIM Auinf I J1J1110 lebor air two own will lout IiItIe pin I yrl milk For Ibis Im mesa fu mylibI obaI Co IDol WiDe 01 Cc4uI For lTVt lne mulMc ntdil Undo kUrtM erns irmP ouTb Ltdm AtomDDulmmtTlUOw rI trail Mrfidn Co Ji CUilUDOofj Tena nu A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something Now Undor The Sun All Doctors have tried to cun Catarrh by the use powders acid pastformmucuous membranes causing then powerfurentirely eaten away the same memo braves that their makers have aimer to cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An olr and experienced practitioner who bat lor many years made a close study and speciality of the treatment ol Catarrh has atilast perfected treatment which when faithfully used not only relieves at once but permanent ly cures Catarrh by removing the cause stopping the discharges and curing all inflammation It is tin only remedy known to science thai partsThisSnuffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure and is sold at the extreme low price of One Dollar each package containing internal and externs medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use perfectCureis the only sale and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease It cures all influnation quickly and permanently and Id also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Head Catarrh when neglected often l to Consumption Snuffles adsI save you it you nse it at once no ordinary remedy but a treatment which is postively completEI bed to cure Catarrh In any stage if used according to the direr tions which each alllincethis wonderful remedy regarding your cass without cost to you beyond the regular price ol Snnflhs the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt ni One Dollar Address Dept I HI win n Giles S Company 2331 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia c strumenlal in having passed the law of parole by which her btolbera ate now free men on good behavior The Youngers were model prisoners and Alter they had been in Stillwater thirteen years James was made post master ol the prison and the othes were trusties with free run oCthe place Curo for Cholera Infantum Never Known to Fall During last May an infant child of our neighbor was suffering Iromcho era Infantum The doctors had given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dmhoei Remedh to the house telling theta I felt sure it would do good if used according to directions In two days time the child ifadaully recovered The child Is now vigorous and healthy I have recommended this remedy frequently and have never known It to rallMrs Curtis Baker Bookwalter Ohio For sale by Z Wayne Griffin AC Bro in The days ol degclts are overhand Republican administration is paying oil the Democratic indebtedness as it always has done Moravian Fills N r Yellow Jacket The Best Remedy for Stomach and Bowel Troubles I have been in the drug business for twenty years and have sold most allof the proprietary medicines ol any ants Among the entire list 1 have never found anything to equal Chamberlains Colic Cholera anc Diarrhoea Remedy lor all stomach and bowel troubles says O W Wake field cf Columbus Ga This reme dy cured two severe cases ol choler morbus in my family and I have rec om mended and sold hundreds of bot ties ol it to my customers to their en tire satisfaction It fiords a quid and sure cute In a pleasant form N tamily should be without it I keel it in my house at all times Fo sale by Z Wayne Griffin 8 bro m It is believed that enough planks rat be reused Irom the Chicago and Kansas City platforms to makea gooo stout coffin for the Democratic jackass in 1914 Moravian Falls N CVel low Jacket F This Will Interest Many To quickly introduce the famous blood purifier B B B Botanic Bloof Balm Into new homes wa will giveaway 10 030 treatments B B B will positively cure all blood and skit troublesulcers scrofula eczema eating sores itching humors swell ings pimples bolls carbuncles hon talus rheumatism catarrh blood f Olson directing throat or bones mucous patches cancer swellings per sistent pimple or wart fi B B makes the blood pure and rich heali every sore or eruption and stops al aches and pains Druggists 1 Foi free treatment address Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ha Describe trouble tnd tree medical advice given untl ured B B B cures old deepseat- d cases that refuse to heal under pal ont medicines or doctors treatment B B B composed ol pure botanl drugs and it is the finest bkoi purifier in the world m CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tbeISlgnaturoof The New England FreiTradi League announces that It has received i large Increase of membership duttap the months of may and June and it it therefore evident the silly season that year is about as intense in everSan Francisco Call We can start a young man or lady In the Southern Normal College at Bowling Greenmlghty cheap Cal and get our scholarship and go to chool A SThere is a disposition to make e mountain out of a mole hill in discuss Ing the little TarlQ squabble with Russia There isnt the slightest orobablllty of its going into anything ferlous Diplomacy has taken it out Harrisonvllle Mo News 1 To eradicate worms float the sys em give the child plain nourishing food and Whites Cream Vermifuge The result willbe the worms will dip tppcar and the child become healthy tnd cheerful Price 25 cts J H Williams m ItreiU with whether nUm 1- 0nenklngtobrrobbUg cT UA- remora Udlrfortobacco won fl i1orni t 000tnbII41aoet FNOrUdiAUtromO wllhoh on Tt II tUa t 0InrIaWy l BiliousnessPIaun Guodlir IIIton Yeatn 0 011Oc 100 ae14reCM CONSTIPATION r Okrwl g xiTn NO TO BACwIJduuit roUa4I i JrbuckieSfamous RoasteCofjje ARBUCKLC BROS Notion Dept Nw York Ciy NY LThelow at whlhArbckcs famous t roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbncklcs It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage as the producers of Arbucklcs Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbucklcs you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article = Full information with each package Save the signatures I1J0N COFFEE A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL I IIWatch our next advertisement of has now of it not a not a We package LION you will find a illustrated and list No fact no man boy or girl will fall to find In the list some will contribute to and and they may have by out a Lion from the wrappers our one is the only form iri this is WOOL50N OHIO The Eminent Kidney and Specialist TIle Discoverer of SwanpRoot it work la Eli UtaraUry There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous so byitheartkidneydiseasevanes the kidney poisoned blood will the vital organs or tho kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of the the I3rlchtsDiseaseDr Kilmers the nev dis covery Is the true for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after other efforts have failed druggists In freebyRoot and Its wonderful cures Address andIDean theiii Kind You Haia Always 1Ip d S r The consumption LION COFFEEincreased immensely and this coffee is used in millions homes The buydellverlnr You will find no stale LION COPPER on his shelvesit sells too fast to grow stale Why Because is an absolutely pure coffee Our motto Strength Purity and Flavor Please bear in mind that ILiion CoJBfeois glazed article it is coated with egg mixtures or chemicals in order to give it better appearance do not need to resort imperfectionsto In every of COFFEE fully descriptive housekeeper in woman article which their happiness comfort convenience which simply cutting certain number of Heads of pound sealed packages which which excellent coffee sold 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