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THE HAETEOBD REPUBLICAN Co l T i t Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL OEAH OF THE pun IK TIE PODETB CONSEESSIOSiL DISTEICI Subscription 1 a year VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 2 1901 No2 ITS EASYWORK weUbtorubwbtn the back achti and the bead throb JhourlyI No woman ran be 1tJoac and healthy or body who I a the vie- t ol wOlDAol dliraw ulfcrlngeWomenwrite Prescription for the cure of disease workdonaPrtscriptiou rrtculate the periods dries drains heals Inflammation and Itmatewell rreacriplionnarcotic aleeIIIItadfemaler flfr nlol4ml rr Our doctor did no- tpsoo4snaeouctnde4towrttetoou w han tI conmeoctd tsklor Pr nerte1 a InrrlIlOddtwlloto Dr Pierce relict tart constipation lPWOltlQ ltOlY1UD H L HEAVHIN Attorney atc7HARTFORD KY Will prattle hi profession In nil tb court ol Ooartppoa1oIlpodalaltaUodna ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAKTfOHU KY Will practice hi pnifmlon In all tbe courts o- fOhlocosstsaadeosrtof AI051L ltumptasd carnal eo Mtatlon KlTen all busIaaeattusted- tobipi Offlra otrr Ohio Cuinty Hank I i JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY HperUt attention trirra to cnMertloiie matlic atMtrart ae also Notary TuMIc lor Oalo conn ty Oce north mid pablle dinar 0 E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW HAttrrottii KY Will lVUe bto tn In Utb rVtorleot Ohlo sd AdII1atdloart01 Appa- IPeal attention irlrra to Ill bulimun trawl to lito cN OIllla eo AtLys lIIafla curtbo- uF L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW IIARTtOKI fLY Will prMtlrala tb eonrta ol Otto county and court ol AppMl ITompl attention jdvn to all botlDM entrusted to bla care Urflo In Herald S ksUdlng e J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD Ky WttlYrwthvnU 110 In Ohio aadloIDoattention urea = itttu hi car SP ROD- YIlTTORJVEYI1 T LA WF- ORMMVIIIR KENTUCKY TIt pnvtk bU protnulan In nil thaIA ol Oblo and actJolnlDnrouotln anilCouftut Appeal flpeclal attention ultra to lbn JOHN P MORTON- ATFORNEYATLAWt hARTFORD KY aiwrlalatUnllnnirirrata nil bDiliru tntmt ed to bis ear UtDmlncoiirtboiiae O M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practl hla profession In nil tb court ol Ohio and ndNlonrr counties MimM Attention will be ittfcn to nil bunlnraa intnutMl to his care Colleetloaa a prclalt E P NEA- LAttorney at Law KY Will p llte hU prolMulon In all the court ol Ktntuckr HIlallltualloa irlfmtif ollMtloM ttlmitnt roail rutu and criminal practice Olfln Dl4tflIrI arinjt block J B R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR atLkW3 HARTFORD KY Will priMtloi hU vrolrMlon In all the conrti ot Ohio ai4 ndJolnlnR conntlM and the Court ul Av Prompt nttontlon nil bntlnrM ntraitod to him Ditto InllKrcnucix laudIng K RWBDDIN- GAttornoy at Law 7 a HARTFORD KY Will practice lle profaulon In theeonrtunf Ohlq and adjoining conntlM AUn NoUrr 1ubllc Southern Railway Through Kl nt lIt Honthern Hin- tKEMTUCKYTEMNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VR GINIA North UAROLINAGEOR GI A and MISSISSIPPI II- 4S MUM Three Dully Tralne lletwfen Lonli TUle and l xlnrton Ubwrrutlon cbatrorTrains Uare and arrlre IjonUTlIM trout Sarwth Rtrwt Union PCjiotcqnnectlnit with train of the niloolt Central JIa8tL It 11 Forluformatlonaddrem t WRJDORraTA184Ib Are LoaUTUle I WIIII TAYLOr Aulitant U IA LonUtllle I 1WJbIDaioaTcrlrJIttAJn I F MINUTES Of Ohio County Teachers In stitute What was Done in Institute as Recorded by its Secretary The Institute Was a Bright Success The Ohio County Teachers Insti tute met In Court louse Jnlyjj 1901 and the body WIG called to order by Superintendent Roger Opening exercises wele conducted by Prof Wm Poster in n very impressive manner Jeer which the Superintendent made some very Interesting remarks In re gard to the Imt ortnnce ol the weeks work and every teacher to be prompt in attendance and take an interest in the discussions Then the body proceeded to organize by electing Supt Rogers permanent chairman and R D Robinson secretary Next enrollment alter which the body adjourned until I oclock p m- At I oclock the house was called to order by the chairman and toll called by the secretary The work was begun by Instructor Viol O M Shultz fully outlining the weeks work and insisting that every teacher do the work assigned them What is the function of the Insti tute was ably discussed by a carefully prepared paper by B W Patterson In which he says the Institute Inspires the teacher and the teacher inspires schoolWhat constitutes a successful coun try school ws discussed at some length by O Holbrook followed by Prof Wood and Sam Turner Recess Child study was logically dlscussc4 by W S Young followed by a dis cussion of the lazy child by the In stitute concluded by a elicit talk from the Inttinctor in which he said untruthfulness is a race habit Value of sence training was theor etically discussed by Ozna Shnllz Reading was discussed by Miss Dora Gibson She prelurs the word and sentence method and gave practical illustrationMaking reading books Instructor says let the children assist In making themVrkIngStant andVertlcal S system James DeWeese advocates the speedy adoption of the vertical system Spelling How teach It discussed by J lIam Barnes Phonetic spelling was discussed by W G Welborn AdjournmentTUESDAY HORNING In the absence ol Rev Coakly de volionsl exercises were conducted by Insttuctor Lesson Matthew seventh chapter 15th and 3uth versC- flNtletRoll call First tutjct Reading In the alIsence of Mr Mltchel the surject was discussed by Pref Wm Poster fol lowed by general discussion Next How best bring out the thought in reading In the absence of Mls Dona WeiterCeld the subject was discussed by W R Carson lie thinks the best pou Is to know tileI clrjcumstancufurther discussed by Mr Barnard Ir- E W Patterson and others How develop a love for good lltenu tare was nicely dlicnssed by Miss Rachie Sanderfur Suplementary Readlpg was next very logically discussed In an excel lent paper by Miss Dena Woodward She insists on trie banishment of cheap trashy literature and the pro mulgation ol the words ol the standard authors followed by Miss Dora Gib son She Savors the reading ol books of travel description elcA moiel lesson In reading was ably discussed by J A DuB A model lesson In Primary Arith metic wai very logically treated by J C Hohimer lie recommends the use of familiar objects for Illustration Fractions treated otjectlvely by D P Mosley lie lavors making the sub ject as concrete as possible olio wed by an Interesting talk on fractions by Instructor Mensuration was very thoroughly discussed by J II Wood recomendlng the use Of blocks follow ed with a short tall by Prof Welborn Spears Method of Mental Arithmetic was next freely presented by Miss Dora Gibson followed with a short talk by Instructor Next Business Arithmetic was briefly discussed by Prof T J Morton Afternooon In the absence of Miss Aurota Storms the subject bl colectlng and DIMaddox cussed briefly by F L Sanderfur Next MUs Fannie Render read an excellent paper on how to use stories from nature study followed by an in teresting talk by Instructor on a course of home study the Importance o1 the teachers studying Geology Botany and Astronomy RecessAfter ecess a motion carried to ap point a committee to arrange a pro gram on entertainment for Tuesday evening Is there any special need of physical culture was next discussed briefly by Mr Peyton and answered In the affirmative How can it be made a part of and connected with our educational system was ably discussed by Prof Barnes lie recommends gymnasium in our high schools NextMiss Mattie Pirtle made an excellent talk on what can be done to make the school house yard and build- Ing more attractive Upon inquiry by Instructor it was found there were but three school houses in the county that had a hog proof fence around them viz Sun nydale Schroader dud Magan How to organize district libraries and what books are suitable to go in them was discussed by W R Carson He recommended a dictionary first and then some religious b olcs and Buffalo Bill etc Miss Gibson Jkissue on the latter substituting by ographles of such men as Franklin and Lincoln The question was then asked tow many school libraries in the conuty and was answered nine as follows Beaver Dam Chapman Centertown Fotdsvllle Bufotd Con cord Point Pleasant Cooper snd Hart fordIn the absence of Henry Leach Piof Welborn discussed the design of teachers and district libraries He gave as the design It promotes high learning and pure living- Superintendents report of the teachers library shows there were about three hundred books when he came into office there is now about five hundred Next Prof T J Mot ton and Miss Dora Gibson were elected library com mittee Then the Institute adjourned until 8 a in- Tuesday evening session The house was called to order by James DeWeese after which the program was rendered to the delight or all who were present WEDNESDAY MORNING Devotional exercises were conduct ed by Rev J C Petrie After roll call a motion carried that all exteachers and ministers be made honorary members The first subject language WAS Introduced In a few btlef remarks by the Instructor When to begin as a recitation and what grade continued was discussed in a very pleasing and Instructive manner by L W Godsey followed by Instructor Dr Filzhugh and Miss Gibson- Conversation as a means of correct SjAIsing at home shool and the Institute alter which he was chosen critic for the Institute After recess reproduction work was discussed In a few brief remarks by C B Smith follow d by J U Dav idsonOutlining a plad for tralnlngin use of good language was discussed by the Institute Next the subject of grammar was introduced by the Instructor Teach er differ as to whether or not a knowl edge of it was requisite to the use of good language Value of analysis diagraming and parsing was presented in a few brief remarks by H C Crowder followed by Ernest Woodward How to dispose of Questions on which authors on grammar diflerwas logically discussed in a short talk by Dr Fltzhughin which he said that he taught grammar not authors Evils of the one text book system was very practically discussed by 0 W Likens Pure english was discussed by Prof T J Morton He says it is acquired by a knowledge of grammar Recess Composition was next taken up When to be made a distinct recitation was ably discussed by Miss Mary Hoi loway and answered abut the fourth grade The object to be attained was discussed by the Instltue and a few words by the Instructor Its connec tion with all other written work ci the school wus discussed in a few pointed remarks by Prof Weltorn in which he gave some practical sugges tlons Quality and style of discourse the best and how to use it was given in a few pointed remarks by M D Maddox C E Smith says the bjst method of criticising the written pto duction of the class Is to allow the pu pus to criticise tht work of eachotber Model composition was read by W R Carson and a committee appointed to criticise it Noon Alter noon the committee on criti clam reported Next thesutjectofpsychologywaa- preseute l in an impressive and logical manner by the Instructor Some of the points brought out are as fol lows Every student must be a stu deptoithe living sulject attention is a condition and not a faculty of the mind Genus Is a high order of at tention knowledge is useless unless you are able to recall it and the value 01 the will cannot be overestlmated since it gave courage and character in life Recess Alter recess a motion carried to ap point a committee on resolutions Kentuckians in literature was pre byMissHome course In literature was presented by Ernest Woodward Relatoa oi geography to civil gov DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps 1 GUARANTEED 5 kir I THE BEST Hay BitloTics CoilwirO Grato Bars Pipe Fittings Engino find Boiler Trimmings etc Gallon B 11yMg AMaohI Co Y i r 1 i C i McHoiiryj Ky 0 I J i11IrIj aoid eminent was discussed by Seth Mose Vley and Ira Barrett P C Miller be lag absent nature study was discuss ed by Warren Peyton Topic cards and written descriptions geography Discussed by Miss Moseley followed sixteachersMapdrawlug sandboard clay and putty maps were discussed by Miss Lee Chlnn followed by general diE cucslon it international geogrophy of Uiand how to teach it was discussed by tdose Coppage followed bygeneral discussion ol geography by the Insti Tuesdayamlnutesion TIIOBSDAY MORNING Devotional exercises were conduct 1 by ProfTWelbornj lesson Romans 12 120 Civil government was first taken up Designs of the study was introduced and forcibly and logically discussed by A E Ellis in a ten mlnutnes address Which shonldte studied firstState or National Constitution by 1 J Hoover He thinks the State Con stitution should be studied first L Milburn disagreed Methods of teach lug discussed by L M Sanderfur Political history and issues how teach was discussed by Wallace Rot sin followed by an elcquent address f om Prof Gardner of Bowling Green Recess Altar recess the subject of history was Introdvced by N B Whitefurth er discussed by Piof Welborn Mr Barnard and Dr Rboads The value of biography was pre sented In an impressive manner by Miss Ella Herring Current history was Introduced by L K Milburn followed by tome excellent suggestions by Ozna Shultz and Miss Louanna Ford Historical geography introduced by J Alex Rhoads supplemented by some practical suggestions by Dr RboadsThe evolution of transportation was briefly discussed by Mr Barnard Evolution in the art of war was dis cussed by Messrs A B Ellis and J C Barnard Evolution of government was nice ly traced by W R Cart oa Evolution or agriculture was excel lently handled by B W Patterson The svVject pi history was conclud ed by a few minutes talk form the tI jructor Noon r Collatnral stndy of history was for cibly disdnssed by Instrnctorfuither discussed by L W Godsey Physiology and hygiene were next taken up Oral lessons in what grade should they be Introduced was answered by Miss May E Rogers in the fist grade Practical experience Prof T J Morton gave many practical sugges tons Dr Filzhugh and others also made Interesting talks Prof Welborn gave some exllent advice on the teachers duty on the questions of narcotics and intoxicants condemning the use of both Ozna THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards uro Doing Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of tho Nerves A Pleasant and Post tive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and neves completely shattered by patlodical or constant use oi Intox icating liquors requires an antidote capable ot neutralizing and eradicat ing this poison and destroying the craving lor intoxatants Sufferers may vow cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of Inebriates The faithful use according to directions of this wcndetlul discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how bard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation ol thousands of Drunk uprljlhtWives cure your husbands I I Chits dren cure your fathers I This rem edy is in no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease only and Is so sUllllully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given In a cup of tea or coflte with out the knowledge of the person tak- Ing it Thousands drunkards have Cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as mauy inure have been cured and made temperate men by having the Cure administered by loving 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 ap parent and leading improvement Drive out the disease at once and lor all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treat ment more effectual than others cost Ing 26 to 50 Pull directions ac company each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when re quesfed without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of one dollar Address Dept i Edwin B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confidential t I i Sbnltz replied In eloqent terms in the defense of the use of tobacco which was replied to by E W Patterson and Dr Fitzhugh Recess After recess the subject of the coun ty association was taken up It was found that fiftyfive teachers attended one asi Delation and fourteen read both of the books adopted by the Reading Circle and five attended the lour asso countyI the time October was discussed by the Institute FRIDAY MORNING Devotional exercises were conduct ed in a very impressive manner by In structor Lesson nineteen verses ot ofthe eighth chapter of Proverbs After roll call a motion carried to appoint a committee to resolute on the Taylor lecture also one was ap pointed on general resolutions- Is the present system of common i school district managements satistac tory was discussed in a few brief remarks by C Igleheatt followed byI general discussion B D Ringo was called for and responded in a scientific discussion 01I compulsory education No definite conclusion was arrived atIShould the teachers contract be ratified by county board was answer ed satisfactory in the negative by J H Smith Rece s After recess the subject of how may we elevate the profession of teachers in the State was discussed by Institute and concluded with excellent talkI InstructorThe salary was then thoroughly discussed by M D Maddox He asked the question how many teachers have resolved to make teach- Ing a life work Sixteen answered they had The committee on resolutions on the Taylor lecture reported and the resolutions adopted NextBy request J C Barnard gave a glowing description of the Philippine war which was enjoyed by allAdjourned for noon Afternoon Instructor opened an ex perience meeting and several good talks were made RecessAfter recess the orgonizition of Teachers Association was begun By vote of the Institute the Magister lal district system was adopted NextMr Warren Peyton in behalf of ihe teachers of Ohio county pre sented in a few well chosen words a beautiful gold chain and a fountain pen to our worthy Superintendent He accepted In a beautiful speech assuring the teachers that be appreciated the presents not for their intrinsic val ue but as a token of their kind feel ing toward him A rrotlon carried to request the nextI Superintendent to hold the next In stitute about the third week in next SptemberNextClosing remarks by Instruc for and Farewell address by Superintendent RogersINextRoll call and distribution of blanks PON Rocims SuptIR D ROBERTSON SecyICure czeIIi and Ilcltlng Humors TlirouKti the llloodCum 1VothIInll to fry II B B B Botanic Blcol Balm takenI internally will kill all the humors InI the blood that cause the awful itching of Eczema Scabs Scales Ulcers Wat cry Blisters Bolls Pimples Aching Bones and Joints Prickly Pains in theI Shin old eating Sores Ulcers etcI Botanic Blood Balm will make the blood pure and rich heal every sore and permanently stop all the itching sensations Poanic Blood Balm gives the rich glow of health to the skinIB B B at drug stores fi treatment free by writing Wood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given until cured Costs nothing to try B B B ss medicine Is sent prepaid m Some curious crank has rented up on his hind feet and asked What does tug Democratic party stand for We suppose because it is tired of run ning for nothing Moravian Falls NC Yellow Jacket BabyIy with the diarrhoea we were unable to cure him with the doctors assistance and as a last tesott we tried Cbambetlalns ColcCholera and Darrhoea Remedy says Mr J II Doak of Williams Ore I am happy to say it gave im mediate relief and a complete cure For tale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Setting a Good Example Until this year and very recently the various departments of the Gov eminent at Washington have used towels of foreign manufacture in all branches An enterprising firm of New Jersey recently manufactured some towels with the words Execu tive Office woven In the towel and soon afterwards received a liberal offer for a supply for the Executive Mansion Within a few days the same house has received a large order for the War Department with the words War Department woven in to the towel American manufactur ers have been slow to develop this- line of fabrics but nuw having re ceived the indorsement and advertis ing which naturally goes with it they ought to be able to develop the industry rapidly Every department in Washington should use nothing but American goods proving they are of equal merit with those of foreign make It is true however that the Government departments are often the very latt to adopt American goods They should not be They ought to set a better example American Economist p p A Ministers Good Work I had a severe attack of bilious colic got a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Choleia and Diarrhoea Remedy took two doses and was entirely curcdsays Rev A A Power of Emporla Kan My neighbor across the street was sick for over vri wek bad two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor He used them for three or four days without relief then called in another doctor who treated him for some days and gave him no relief to discharged him I went over to see him the next morning He said his bowels were in a terible fix that they had been running off so long that it was almost blcojy flux I asked him if he had tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remeby and he said No I went home and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose told him to take another dose in fifteen or twenty ruin utes if he did not find relief but he took no more and was entirely cured- I think it the best medicine I have ever tried For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m p What Not To Do According to the Wiuona Minn Herald of July 10 Congressman flab cock objects to being classified as a freetrader 4fe is quoted as saying In a recent letter to a fiiend in Wls consinr Some ofthe papers try to make me out a freetrader and claim that 1 indorse the Democratic idea that all trustmade goods should go on tht free Hat This Is simply rot and I write this that you may know just what my views are It would have been interesting and very much to the point it more of tht letter had been quoted to the end that light be thrown on just what in3 views are Enough however it made known to indicate that Con gressman Babcocks ferocity as s smasher oftatllTs and trusts has Undergone some amelioration since he Introduced his famous bill last winter He has had time to think It ovei and while be probably doesnt understand the question any better than he did six months ago he Is at least bet ter Informed concerning what not to do American Economist If you have a baby in the house you will wish to know the best way to check any unusual looseness of the bowels or diarrhoea so common to small children O P M Holliday- of Denting Ind who has an eleven months old child says Through the months of June and July our bady was teething and lollc a running off of the towels and sickness of the stomach His bowels would move from five to eight times a day I bad bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cho era and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a teaspoonful of water and he got better once Poe sale by Z Wayne Grit finBro m The Great Owensboro Fair The Great Owepsboro Fair will beheld August 13 to 17 Premiums and purses are more than double those of former years Special attractions never before seen on a lair ground will be exhibited free of any charge The Owensboro Derby i miles for 1000 The first day will be the beat race ever run In Western Kentucky The Great American Band of Chlcalto- will furnish the music during the fair It is the greatest concert band in America The three flying Ban yards Ellen Vettera Mysterious Globe Herr langslow the rifle ex pert of the lofty wire Adgle the bean tlful lion tamer and her den of per forming African lions Woodforda Dog Pony and Monkey Circus and Kemps Wild West are the free attrac tions Then there is the Ferris Wheel a mlnlture Railway the small est in the word and the Santiago War Baloon will furnish all kind of new amusement 5 But thegreatest feature is that of Neromus the bull wrestler who will meet and defeat the wildest of bulls every afternoon The greastest exhibition of strength ever witnessed in alt the world is that of man pitted against the brute strength of the anl mal This will beau entirely humane performance Neromus goes into the ring without weapons of any kind He will forfeit loo for any bull that lie cannot subdue and that without injury to the animal It is sale to predict that the Owens boro Fair this year will have such crowds as was never dreamed of heretofore p p The laws of health require that the bowels move one each day and oneof the penalties for violating this lawla plies Keep your bowels regular by taklnk a dose ot Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets when necessary and you will never have that severe punishment inflicted upon you Price 25 cents For sale by Z Wayne GrifiifinBro til r The Cosmopolitan for August re veals the late Grant Allen In a new lightthat of a keen and clever satir 1st of modern society not only in England but in the world at large The Cosmopolitan immediately on his death secured from his son all his papers and the clever allegory The Temple of FatenIutbe August num ber Is one of those selected Like The British Aristocracy in the April Cosmopolitan the present article Impresses itself on the reader with i direct fearlessness which is a new quality in the authors work If it is true that all the world loves a lover then Edgar Saltnss clever epigram mlc story of the princes who have relinquished thrones position wealt- hjeveryto marry the women they loved should Indeed be popular An uentlalandtmstworthy jour nal of ViennaPolItiscbc Correspond dens announces that French official circles have given up the idea of or ganizing a continental boycott of American exports declaring that the difficulties organizing an elective European customs league against the United States are considered insuper able The threat was never more than a pale transparent bluff any how and it never scared anybody in this coun try excepting a few people who were looking for something to get scared at American Economist p- F oasXWonXAB- Ulth itt K tdYti Hare Always S- istt4 Y tI CONSTIPATIONTI have gone 14 day at a time wU t at oTnint ot Ik HoI not being able V morn them ept by ulng boa water Injtetlons Chronic conttlpatloa for irarears placed me la tbls urrlbl coodUlont durlDtf that Urn I did Si rrtblD I beard of but nicer round any reUeti such wn nij caw until I began using CASCAUKTS I iowMiSfrowonSWthrOePallsSSadaYaudtfIwas U sueh a rillot ATLUtn L UCKT1- C8S BuMeU Bk nitrate SUch I CANDY CATHARTIC ttreaps MAJW SliaitTtMO PIasnt Pslatabl tMtent fast Good Do Ooodli81eU SksaOeUrtpsccWu I CURE CONSTIPATION SUrtlH Ieadj CMU7i nJoocoo IwliMl In Tick r I1 l 4fJ VARICOCELE STRICTURE No other dUeJue Iioprealentatnoarinen as Varlcocele Ai It Interfere with the nutrition of the eexnal organs produces emletlou low of semen through till urine decay of the organ palo In aching In the back nerroniueM despondency bashfulness palpItation of tbe beast constipatIon and a combInatIon of Ibeu raulta In complete Manhood ofyonug ud mlddl ared men are troubled with Stricture IfJou bare reuoa to bcllar yo are P atatcted wIthtU dont tltIt will ruin iou Dont tat doctors experiment oa yon by fsW Method Trentmentdl- tiolTM theittlctariUone hence It dfuppelra and can never return W care Varicocelo and Stricture without or lots oi time Tha treatment may be i VartcoClqSirletuf Kidneys Bladder E All unacomplaint affect s9onrituheDC the kidney ara a snares P ofdlKiM oa chine or weakness orrf the small of the back tendency to U nrlnatefre iuentl7depoeltlaartue coldness of band or fret drowsy feellnr U ftoe mernlnr Dont neflect your kldneja Oar New Method Treotmoat la guaranteed to euro any discus of these orlraaa or no pay Hp No NamcaUd Witbout Written Coasoat O W Rowe of Jackeon Mich aajit Ihad Tarlcecele In the secondary stage two trlctnreeofSjrearettandlnr I was operated oa twice DadeOIlrnat suffering putt- got finally advised to- try the Nw Method Treatment ot Dra II K The enlarged veins dleappeared la lxweeketheetrlctnratU was removed la sight weeka and my sexual energy and ittaill- setirned so I was a man in lucy respect recommend you doctors with my whole hurt IIPCURES GUARANTEED NO CURE NO rAY fP 1 Before Treatment After Treatmut 1 SyphliiBockalree Writs tot QuesUon List for Uoma TreatmcatIfirs P 628 WALNUT 8TREETKennedy o Kergan CINCINNATI 01110 I Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 2 LOST Iton IUHEIlor JcocruotTCc- rcuc1 ns == Cumkrlo aa6 44 limit FtUaut b y U HtttforiM CtJucarportM Blind itHailforilpDStolficmsiconilclassniiilraattJi REPUBLICAN TICKET For ItprnllhAlVIH N IIEKWETT for County Judge FUN KUMElt 1 For County Conrl Clerk C JIHUAGLNII For CO7 Alloriify n IMIIEAVIIIM NkerlltItorNctiool Niiprrlnlrmltnt JnIn ltIaTCINE Far nrT- IICIAH II IllACU For Aeeeear- F8ANIa LONE- Forgnrreyor JOIN II noun For Coroner HfcN L IIAVlS1 JIAfllSTllATEl- EOIlQE lUKEnIMrtfonl Dl trltt 0110 W JUllTIXCromwdl imtrlct JOHN M GKAHASISnlphnr Spring Dot H C JMLLEnFonUTllle DUtrlet Ell 1IAIISIEllulord DUtrict W P RENDER 8K Onttrtown IHitrlct II J WILCOX Rockport Dtettlct- CUNNTADLE JFrtOMK AMEN Hartford IHitrlct J II ILEII=Cromwell DUtrict T W WIUIIHT Snlhnr Cjiringi District V M IIRATCIIGR FonliTlll MIX ALLESIlulord District WM CHANCELLOR Ontrrtown Dletrle- tIIENIIrtItOmNaonockport District D ECLARATION AND CONFSSION r My 10th of July 1900 declaration of determination to remain a Populist You will 1I1 1r hear littwetn now and the election that I hate stolen o railroad robbed a bank or raped the Queen ol England any thing that will dlwredlt me in the ejrm ol m- yfriendbut let It rome I Rill n 1ofinlUI mill and will ln1 no attention to these slander I null for everything the Populist Imvcnilvornleil I tloul proponent lake one backward step- tor any iioinlnnllonor oilier but I Rill lOltllllal JIlI1LUa 1Iln the adoption ot tbe thII riattorra by the Democratic National Convention lMK ndthre4lllrniatlonot this Platform by the Democratic party In Kentucky I tare beet and Our now n llcinocrnl As lunutnitandthethlngiimMMarytocon itltat party affiliation In this country arrant allegiance to party platform end wo und support of party nomineesJ 1 SllLtru This is my confession of Democrat ic faith on the 4th of March IDOl when some Democrats penned me i i down and forced me to make a public confession It dont harmonize with the 10th of July declaration but I l didnt intend for Democrats to see that one I cant face the public jn the stump as there is no politics i- nitA man that likes this sort of thing this is tbe sort of thing that he likes AFFAIRSst in Ohio county politics during the past year One short year ago Republi cans without qualification who voted r for the Republican candidate for Gov ernor were charged with assassination j Isactually charged with indorsing the villain WHO awaits in am bush the coming of his friend and citizen and fires the death shot into t his body like the unprincipled and cowardly A U Benton who way laid and attempted to hurl the infa mice of his own polluted soul into the character of a contemporary brother just because he had been rendered hors de combat in an attempt to defend anarchy and ruin Surely things have come to a pretty pass When AG Benton a spirit more lude and sneaking can nowhere in alLthe land be found takes up the moral phase of an issue and assumes to advise the righteous the way of truth aol life everlastingTwo ago ourIIA G Benton alias Heber Matthews was the chief sponsor of fraud and force and at tbe 1endof the contest after he had admit ted defeat through the outlined editor declared that he would defend as beet he could another attempt at revolu lion if needs be It is tbe same jour nal that seeks to direct public opinion and public sentiment from the issues which confronted the State and coun ty during the last two years Then they advised the public that the Goe bcl law was fair that the Music Hall convention was not a Sunday School recitation but would pis with ap proval in politics aud with the assist ance of i wouldbe attorney set about to deceive the people with cunning and misleading argument in defense of this law that has been the fruit a ful source ol allour woes Having emerged from the fastnesses of passion with acquired success by very very questionable means these purification isle ask the public to give them ears s i l while they deal out advise to voters This sinspotted timeworn scan daloulletter writer deserted the camp nod fled the realm ero the cock crew the second time lIe not only desert ed but denyetl his identity and now swears be never defended the contest and the induction of the defeated into office by his silence Honest voter we appeal not to your passion but your judgment It is not our desire to inflame your good sense of right to a spirit of envy and malice but mere ly to call your attention to the con duct of the Democratic canditates and the journal that speaks only in terms of abuse and never argues a point at issue The people of the county should know what these men stand for they should know that less than one year ago they were in open revolt against the people and were the avowed sponsors and defenders of grand larceny Tbejiublic ought to be avised that these Democratic can didateshad the inflammatory paintings made and carried in the Beckham procession charging 3256 Ohio coun ty citizens with assassination murder and rapine It is as we have said these candi dates can not afford to allow these things enter the campaign for they realize the incapacity and inability of their journal to defend them they have painfully been led to realize that itA G Benton has his hands full to take care of himself and can not de vote any time to them had he the ability to enter into an intelligent dis cussion of politics Slate or National It is said that a burnt child dreads the fire Do you catch the idea Mr Benton w ARE MEN RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR ACTS The boy stood on the burning deck whilst all but him had fled the flames that lit the battle wreck ob scored all politics hence the cry No politics in it boys We shall always regret that the campaign of 99 was a necessary evil that could not be disposed of la any other way Whatever be our regrets the ques lions at issue were vital they shook the very foundation of social and civ il government It was something new the like had been read of and pictured by the ancients but the people of Kentucky knew not how to meet them Assuredly it was a sad affair it was nothing short of a calamity toI the Slate The bitterest feelings were arroused between neighbors party passion seized the sober think ing people while blind and rabid prejudice fell in line to widen thei breech and brotherly feeling which existed among neighbors Time pa88I ed and men had time to regain their sense of right and dispel the madness which had ceized them However it was not BO A second campaign emerged upon the people and a new song was put in the mouths of the extremists This time it was assassination Every man that voted for Governor Taylor was brand ed as an assassin by that rabid un thoughtful element of the Democratic party This was a cad state of affairs but it grew worse Men who voted or contemplated voting for John W Yerkes were indicted by such men as Judge Miller as indorsers of lawless ness which means when translated into his own brogue assassination It was a deplorable state of semiciviliza tion But it grew more serious The chairman of the Democratic com mittee MrT J Smitharranged for a great demonstration in the way of a big parade be caused to be painted various inflammatory pictures one among the number was a man shoot ing a brother and this was styled Civil Liberty and was carriedat the head of the immense procession Divert persons passed through the streets shouting You killed Gov Goebel meaning Ohio county Re publicans whom they were addressing This was a plight dreadful to behold but itactually existed elecI accusations were repudiated over whelmingly by the good people of the county The same men who father ed these outrages against intelligence and the sacred teachings of the Bible are before the people demanding official favors but they have left in the cellar the inflammatory paintings they have hushed the cry of assassination because it is not popular now The question fur the voters of this county is whether these men shall be held accountable for what they have said and done or shall they be awarded for it It is with the Republican par ty to determine this matter and these fellows are desperate for they are circulating bogus papers over the county as Republicans and nothing but a political desperado would dare attempt such a trick Are men responsible for what they dot This is the only question to be settled I LAST week Merars Leach and Ben ton charged the Democratic candidates with having printed and circulated a petition asking them togeth er with other gentlemen to become independent candidates for the various offices and they have admitted the charge to be true Today we publishanother strong letter from Mr L Berry Loncy denouncing I this hlghibanded demagoguery as purely a Democratic trick which he accepts as a grave insult Now Billie B dont you think you would better get comet of gentlemen before insult ing them in such a manner It would be far better to know just where you are treading before you leap The Democratic nominees are up against their records and they are growing desperate They cant talk of their conduct on any public question con sequently they are forced with the headof the ticket to take to the bushes TUB peopln of the United Slates are not much on a third term in office and we do not believe the citizens of this county will asseverate themselves from the remainder of the great country Mr T J Smith has been elect ed twice to the office of County Clerk besides the other almost innumera ble positions be has heldhe now uks the people to make him recorder of deeds etc a third term Upon what ground do you ask it Mr Smith You ought to give some reas on for asking for an office DJ you ask it on the plea that you can do more for the poor laboring classes than Mr llagland Assuming that you do may we ask you to explain why you voted against the TWO WEEKS PAY HILL when you were in the legislature in 94 Dont you really think 844000 is enough for one man to draw from the tax payers oi the country ON the 3rd of last November every Republican who voted for John W Yerkes was severely arraigned and indicted by Judge Miller who cbarg ed them with lawlessness and assassination How dare ye deny it Men may lie but figures wont here it is To vote for Yerkes would be to in dorse all the lawlessness of last winter Without quibbling may we askwhat lawlessness the Republicans of Ohio county indorsed by voting for John W Yerkes Why should Judge Miller charge his kinsmen neighbors and friends with lawlessness when they have done nothing but vote for the man of their choice whom the Democratic machine overthrew What is the lawlessness you speak of Mr Miller Was it the voting for and electing W S Taylor Governor Was it the cruel meek trial of Caleb Powers Please explain your version lawlessness we will give you all the space demanded WE have often advised the public that the Herald serifs was an alien to truth and his conduct aide us materially in establishing the fact He actually tries to quote what we said in regard to Mr Bennett last week and made a signal failure but this is as near correct as he can possibly get things save billingsgate and invective in which he has grown most perfect by constant use Last week we sug gested for the benefit of A G Ben ton Mr Alvis Bennett is a gentle man therefore he cannot afford to take note of what any A 0 Benton might say of him This weekour A G Benton tries to copy our last weeks articlebut makes a signal fail ure So nauseating is the A G Benton port he overlooks it acci dentally of course Who blamesA G Assuredly we dont but con gratulate him on successful evasion of his name 0 YES Now we have it Judge Miller basis his claim to the voter for his ability as an open and secret con fessionraaker when it becomes nec essary also on his fickleness in poli tics and for the further fact that he is a man without a party Mr Smith claims rightofway because he has al ways had it and his record ought not be blighted with defeat Also bis vote against the laboring men com mands some sort of laurels for him we known not what Mr Butler asses the Republicans to vote for him because he gave 85000 to the Goebel monument fund the other fellows have no excuse whatever they just want to in1 We understand that the demand for 81000 on Mr Butler the Democratic candidate for Sheriff for Mr Smiths corruption tund has been repudiated The man who puts such an enormous sum in the hands of the candidate for Clerk does it blindly and without judgment for he is only interested in one mans success and that is self Others say they have been sold out by the same fellow and he is from all accounts moro desperate than ever Reason and good judgment would say to the wouldbe Sheriff if you would have your inter ests cared for give it your own atten tion if not hand it over to others FROM some unknown cause to us Gen A G Benton refuses to put up the rooster We have not learned the cause but are inclined to attribute It to the fact that the head of the ticket has his foot on the old birds neck We might suggest that a cut of the picture paraded in the Beck ham procession last fall purporting to represent Governor Taylor shoot ing Senator Goebel would be quite appropriate fur the head of the ticket of course it would be in the hands of his son A device of this type would be emblematic of the character of the the last campaign Why not have it I 4 Tin good ollijens of Barllctta are very indignant about having their votes carried around in one mans vest pocket and parading them be fore time public as relics of his power ful influence and ability to smuggle We do not know of a more hospitable people anywhere than the citizens of Barlletta precinct and they will certainly repudiate the threats of the man who boasts of having their votes in his vest pocket THE IIon Taylor was the grandest literary treat ever dropped in Hartford From begin fling to end it aboundsin choicest lan guage His audience was delighted with the cflort Many declared it to be the best literary production that they had ever heard Just wherein any improvement could be made would be a very difficult problem as for us we accept it asa perfect litera ry gem WE have not heard of tbe Demon strandum from Judge Miller as to how ho will lead the Democratic par ty with his loot on its neck Would the Judge mind giving an explana tion It will certainly be a task for any ordinary man and he is only one of us to demonstrate such a knotty problem but when he does it we willsure give it to the public SQUIRE Evans of Furdsville will be sidetracked this fall for the man who was nomidatetl by the people Besides the good people of that die trict deserve and demand recognition in the Fiscal Court and they are go ing to put S C Miller at the wheel for a trial spin- LAeom8w men bad it ever occurr ed to you that we were about to be swallowedup by a colossal giant for telling you how a certain gentleman mistreated you when he was in tbe legislature in 94 You ought not forget this fact We may need you yet to tide the billows WILL 85000 buy out Ohio county That is the sum to be raised for the Democratic capoodlem for which they hope to get a deal up that will put them in possession of the county offices a coldblooded murder ot the public finances with finances OF course we cant have politics in this election says the Judge for Im on record as a Populist until March 4 1901 and then I have been a Dem ocrat since 98 supporting all the nominees really I cant explain this satisfactorily IWE have almost forgotten what we were going to get that damned good beatin abouttis too bad Things like that ought not be forgotten but its so anyhow and well just tribute it to the hot weather and tbe recent rain ONE year ago we who voted for John W Yerkes for Governor were branded at assassins by those fellows now asking us to make them county officials Gentlemen if we were as sassins then what are we now THERE appears to be a bolt at Dem ocratic headquarters about the hand ling of the campaign boodle and well may it be so The story of tbe spider and the fly might wellserve the prospective as a pointer WHEN you go to the polls on the 5th of November remember the con test and the persecuted Powers and Kentuckys exiled Governor Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by coistltutlonal remedies Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous tin ing of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumb ling sound or Imperfect hearing and when it is entirely cIO d Deafness is the result and unless the Inflamatlon can be taken ont and this tube restor ed to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an Inflamed con dition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case ot Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Seqd jor circulate free F J CHENBY Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 750 Halts Family Pills are the best Ballard SeaR Liniment gives in stant relief in cases of BleedlngBurns Bruises Scalds Cuts etc Price 25 and 51 eta J II Williams m Killed Ills Father Ozark Ark July 30 Charles Hunter aged 21 years was lodged in jail here today having been held to await the action of the grand jury loathe killing of his father O SO Hunter at Branch si miles south of bere last Saturday Young Hunter bad a difficulty with his brother In law Frank Hunters father interfered and young Hunter pulled out a knife cut ting his father In the abdomen kill ing him and inflicting perhaps fetal wounds on Russell Help young ladles to withstand the shock of sudden proposals thats whnt Rocky Mountain Tea has done 3Sc Made by Madison Medicine Co Auk sour druggist in To Cure 6oinilpatlon Forever IdaoN3etIf 1 re+drwlit a W R- I V 1 c CIVIL DOCKET For the August 1901 Term of the Ohio Circuit Court SECOND DAY 3204 II Sanders admr vs J R II lies kins 3214 Ida J Wing vs Jas McDaniel 3335 M E Karns admr vs C D Dean c 3345 F T Gunther vs W S Gaines 3452 II P Watts vs B A Casebler 3387 G W Jones vs Chas W Felix 3350 CP Ktoxn adrar vs Barton Whit ler c 3551 Same vs N M Mitchell c 3564 W N Martin Son vs R J Daniel 3588 R J Daniel vs W N Martin Son 3601 D J Duncan Co vs WP Graves c 3614 H A Stum c vs L A McDaniel 3622 F A Soneto vs J W A Myers 3705 John Johnson vsPordsville Block Coal Co 3709 B B Allen vs M V Monarch Rf c 3710 D H Daugherty vs IS Ford Austin 5753 W P Graves vs M V Campfield 3786 B B J B Rogers vs John Gentry c 3830 Belle Franklin vs F L Smith 3836 S M Evenly vs Byron Tichenor- c 3864 Fred Welkle vs D J Duncan Co 3885 Sarah A Hardln c vs Ensba Huffic 3955 Henry Stum c vs L A McDac iel c 3958 C C Roberts vs M S Thompson Co 3977 J S Reynolds vs John Thompson 3984 G T Tinsley vs John P Foster 3987 Sidney School Furn Co vs Trus tees Fordavllle Graded Com School District 3995 Jno J Schulten Co vs M S Thompson 3997 Llberman Son vs A W Haynes 4039 W M Likens vs Trustees Ford vllle Graded Com School District THIRD DAY 448 W B Chinn vs Taylor Coal Co 3339 N R Sledge Co vs Henry Dnnkort c 4c6s B N Patterson vs E J Taylor c 4072 A M Hudioa admrvs Joseph Loydc 4x73 Same vs J M Tucker c 4074 L D DeWecse exr vs R II Bat i ham 4078 Pique School Porn Co vs Tins tees White Com Schoal District No 84 4079 W T Baldwin vs Mack Woerner 4071 Martin Hamilton c vs Ed Hamilton c 4063 W Fred Long vs W M lIolt Jr c FOURTH DAY 4092 Mrs Addle Bncfaannan vs I C R R Co 4C93 The Elton Glover Co vs Jno W Hale 5000 Jas W Keown c vs Jas W Ar Arnold c 5001 G R McElwain vs Evansville Bowling Green Packet Co 5002 Same vs Same 5003 Jas A Hines vs McIIenry Coal Co 3988 Sidney School Fern Co vs Trustee White Com School District No 86 3655 W Alexander vs Hartford School Board 3892 Geo M Madcox vs W B PoWer son c 5010 A C Becken vs J W Hale PISTIL DAY 5012 D P Tichenor vs B C Austin 5013 Jas A Drake vs A A Igleheart 5015 United States School Furn Co vt White Com School Dist No ill 5016 Same vs White Common School District No 107 5014 Same vs Fordsville Graded Common School 5017 T N Truman admr vs I C R R Co 5019 Frank McKInley vs Lemon Newton 5120 John Spencer vs B F Wallace In 5021 Wm C Smith va I C RR Co 5022 Francis Z Smith vs I C R R C SIXTH DAY 5023 Fordsville Banking Co vs Pal Burke c 5024 Wm II Felix vi C N McDanle 5025 M E Taylor vs I C R R Co 5026 R L Cannon c vs Catbarini Brock 5o29WCLachvsl C R R Co 3881 II D Smith vs I eRR Co 4091 Jno A MuIr vs A P Howard 4 64 Henry Dnnkort vs N R Co SEVENTH DAX 5030 V L Anderson vs Chas D Blown 5031 Jas Ball vs I C R R Co 5032 Agnes Howard c vs C S Hit c 5033 McCormick Harvesting Machlnt Co vs Gus St Clair 5034 J Edwin Rowe c vs Nettl- Bennett + 5035 Bank of Hartford vs J B Vickers c 5036 C E Smith vs Helfiich Lumber Mfg Co 5037 Carter Dry Goods Co vs E G Cook 5038 Geo M Maddox vs I C R R Co 5039 Addle Buchannan vs W C Over ton 5040 Geo M Maddox vs Fannie Sheffield 5041 W T Austin vs I C R R Co 5042 J P Stevens vs I C R R Co 5043 Delmer Austin vs I C R R Co 5044 Carter Dry Goods Co vs J B Rice 5 45i John M Pate vs Jas Lawson 5046 F T Gunther Grocery Co vs L L Basharn 5047 W E Grinstead Co vs Q D Her 5048 Same vs A W Alford 5049 V L Anderson vs Martha Brown c 5050 W E Grinstead Co vs King Baize s- rt W I oiinr HAIR and ness A man with a thin head of hair is a marked man But the big kind of a mark most men like Too many men in their twenties are bald This is absurd and all unnecessary Healthy hair shows mans To build up the hair from the roots to prevent curebald to use tJIs yerna VIQOF It always restores color to faded or gray hair Notice that wordntwnys And it cures dandruff II 00 about All draft IstI 31y ashen eallo me out wouiSa great dea6 I MtiuTljr fa l every time- I wvnM take oR mr hat lair- was to thin and the mid Ipoti ihcmrd pa 11t lR n DM or halt than three months ToJty I Sad I bite as flue a bad of hair as I ever bid I ten erer body what I ueel and U must be a wonderful- remedy HEOYUBL Dec 1415 ChkagoIn we line a book on Tk hair sad Scalp vtteh 1Ira rea It do txntflu you ripwtni from lbs ass of ih r writs the Doctor shoal It lddtwaDL J C ATET1 Loweui duo SS N M Url Co vs Taylor Tat um 5052 W K Grinstead Cove R T Taylor Jr 5053 S J Hussey vs T M Bell c 5 54 Ernie Curtis vs S C Brown 5055 n P Neal c vs B B Collins A copy AttestS Clerk If a dialer asks you to take something said to be just as good as Rocky Mountain Tea made by Mad inn Medicine Co ask him II heats mute ruuucy Ak jour drug Ut m Where the digestion is good and he general powers ol the system In a healthy state worm can find no tub itttion In the human body Wbitea Crram Vcrralloge not only destroys every worm but corrects Kit derange ments chime digestive organs Price 25 cts J H Williams m or or sc or Mr of Hniol wrllaS ouro4 carbuncle en my neck whIch the doctor been to bring to Load Ai loon wa enttrelyeKy U clear sound and smooth and am today through ueing am 01 year old 0= n If Youve Money to 1 2- BurnThs is not forY u kd HUT if you want to spout your money in tho most profitable way possible come to our store now No chance of burning your cash here in the exceptionable values wo have to oiler Wo want to impress upon the public tbo absolute truthfulness of tho assertion that wo aro going to lot prices count for very littlo in closing out our largo stock of Summer Goods It is not so much of profit but tho CASH that wo aro after 1Vo want to make a clean sweep and ifwo get a littlo above ora littlo below cost and carriage for our goods now wo afro satisfied tt Our Big July- Clearance Sale is Now onfAON luxount of our largo stuck wo you have a full supply in many lines of goods These must go right away for tho CASH whether there is 1- profluttnc1wdor not Wo aro showing a big lino of now acet Embroideries Allover Infcr lions and Lace JUg lino of llibbons Ladies Muslin and Knitted Underwear Lawns Organ dies Piques Foulards Dimities Shambries Wbito Dress Goods and other Dress Fabricslins- tacks and holts In Summer Clothing for Mon and Jtoys and Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods wo have large desiniblu lines Havent Time and Dont I Care to Quote You Prices In fact well let our customers do most of the pricequoting x Wo aro quite willing to lose a few cents on a purchase if our customers aro pleased and wo enabled to turn our goods in to Cash Wo need this Cash to make our Fall purchocs hence this sacrifice Wo want our cus tomers to take advantage of this Clearance Sale with the full assuranco that there is a Bargain in 1 every purchase Como NOW Do not delay for tho Bargains will got fewer as they urn dis posed off RT COLLINS Hartford i CARBUNCLES AND BOILS I SYMPTOMS OF BAD BLOOD I There is a popular belief that every boil is worth SuffererJI mistaken idea that these little tormentors are health I promoters that they thin the blood when too thick I and cleanse and cool it when too hot too rich OnI the contrary boils and carbuncles are evidence of blood povertyor a fearfully depraved condition of that fluid There may Ix no external evidence bad blood until sluggishcirculationthrough the nature outlets gatllcr near the surface of the skin and a Carbuncle a Boil is the result n When the blood is burdened withan t I undue amount of tills impure matter the Boils come in greater number cat deeper into the t surrounding flesh and being nearly always located on a bed of nerves cause the most iseeventuallyeare down by previous sickness tother causes arc most often the unhappy victims of Boils and to the deadly malaria destroys the red corpuscles and reduces the blood to such a weak andiwatery condition that it succumbs to the boilproducing poisons and the and sallow DANGEROUS CARBUNCLES j B Scott a resident B B S a malfananl had unable a aa I began 888 I wen akIn I well u 8 fl I I are L of sufferer is continually nursing one or more of these eruptionssometimes the precursor of dreaded Cancer and too often the best evidence of a derangedcondition of the BANEFUL BOILSI rliFoIboll and carbuncle part of the time I being unable to work or sleep Several doctors treated me and I tried Burner cue blood remedies but received no beneOt During t mourner of IBM Z was tot A riJhadkidneys or chronic liver trouble brought on by lack of nutritious blood or it may develop terminatingfatally 0treatment 1 reciateeibloodthehealthyresumesitsfunctionsup and filtered out of the system in natures way selectedforblood poison diseases of all kinds whether acute or chronic t bloodSThose subject to boils or any skin eruption old sores or ulcers are asked to write our physicians all about their disease and any information or advice wanted will be cheerfully and promptly given without any cost to the patient whatever A valuable book on Blood Jand Skin Diseases sent free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO AtlntaGr w J iIIWwf 1ti1fitW L r s 1 Z iMONEYRAISING tAND hMONEYSAVINGI iMONEYRAISING Mr us JlOIHJ swing for eonIUnties until our untiro stock of Summer Mcrvlinii tdisc in closed out Wo mean oxnctly what wo say Nothing reserved AVo need the MONEY you M ineed the GOODS jj Entire lint lOc Wash GoodsSo- b our 12Jc Wash 000ds10e IT I Figured Fancy Sissesoldfor25c18c lt Fancy Figure Pongees worth 25enowl9c I Fancy Wash Silks sold for 50cnow30c IT lt Sli e eQ attet t- Our 7 lino is now low but wo wanta gcnoralclean 1 up So wo make prices that will suit your purso- Iricsmoyors 100 line now 80 Priesmoycrs 125 lino now 100 l Priesmoycrs 150 lino now 115 2f ITrt l efl lecicee Slrtii ts w This week wo will receive a big lino of 75c and 100 Shirts on which wo are going to make a price of 600 Dont buy until you we them Nollllng21 like them for the prico was over shown in Hartford Jfs at d1O s Sttau Etats Kvory Straw Hat in our house sonic 50c somo 75e sumo 1will go nowfur exactly 35c Take advantage of this surely a bargain for you i t oduce + Bring us your Eggs Chickens Feathers Etc Wo will pay highest market prices rTHE PLACE IS r t At ffJt00 Hartford Republican 1 FRIDAY AUGUST 2 I Illinois Control BallroadTlmo Tablo New Urn card Ukln ea sI lloadel life J DUO nt soon North pound Hoolh Ilonnd No IM dn 4M am aNoIIIdadileOfIn n No lot dw 11 p a- KolRditltaip m NotardaLOpm Lornl Fi lfhl Ii NolM iitTMam No13dartOpm alts B n VAXUITCI futr v PISO S Umthwawa arrep tI CONSUMPTION UIUL dbr aro tL Delicious Coca Cola a the Singer at a office I Gt your Milk Shake at the Singer INicest line ot Clears in town at Singer office t Mr Martin the Jeweler will repair your pistols h Hot Peanuts and PopCorn always on hand at Singer office Ice Cream and Sherbet constantly on hand at the Singer office Miss Mary Bennett it visiting Miss Dens Woodward Centertown Orange Cherry and Blackberry phosphates at the Singer office a C R Martin Jeweler snd watch makerat Williams drug store Mrs R R Wedding visited near Sulphur Springs first of the week y Potted Turkey Chicken Ham Chipped Beef c at Singer office For Oranges Lemons and Bananas ol Curse you go to the Singer office + Prof O M Shultz attended the Gra son County Institute first of the 11 week V + iMrs Ells Baize near Cromwell f sick She is not expected to ref cover Messrs Herman Kahn and Beve 1Gillatrap Cromwell have enlisted in the standing army The nicest and newest uptodate l line of candles in the city can be found at the Singer office The Gasper River Association will be held at Slaty Creek Baptist church x at Pie tltI the 19th and moth inst I A good wagon and good draft lw horses to exchange for good milch cows or buggy JS M MILLER Mrs J A King near Cromwell is 1 critically ill of heart trouble She ha been lingering between life and death canFnot possibly recover 1 k y 4Sr Miss Norma Miller is visiting rela lives near Beaver Dim Circuit Conrt convenes Monday Its a mighty good time to call round and fettle arreus STRAYED One black horse mule a years old medium size Informant will address me at Hartford atf L B DAVIS Mr Clint Tucker of the Htflln community lost his house by fire Saturday Nothing saved and no Insurance Mrs J B Cottrell and Mrs Mollle Jesson and little daughter Lonrlne Nashville Tenn are visiting Mr Mclntires family Miss Lri Paxton near Cromwell is q iite sick ot nervous piostration Her sister Miss Rose of Greenville has been called home Mr Sam Sheffield Centertown died Wednesday of consumption He had been sick since last fill Interment took place at Providence When yon come to court Monday remember TimE REPUBLICAN would gladly accept your arrears II you dont believe it give us a trial Mr Chester Loney who has just returned from the Draughons Busi ness Colege Nashville made a very creditable showing having made an average of 94 per cent Mr Mitchell Baldwin near Beaver Dam who has ben confined to his room for the past eight weeks with typhoid fever is able to sit up and we hope will toar be out Our friend Buck Hudson will con clude after November 5 that he has been thoroughly Baked entirely to hard to be Squire and George Baker tOIyouC R Martin the old reliable jew eler and watch and clock repairer is now at the drug store of J H Will preparedsto do any ol line B W Jacksons Mammoth Photo Tent will be at Prentls from August I5to August 30 Will make one dczeu 4i =Mante11as forI 3 large buttons for Soc Satisfaction guaran teed i3t T Only 50 Cents to make your baby strong and well A fifty cent bottle of Scotts Emulsion will change a sickly baby to a plump romping child Only one cent a day thinks of It Its as nice as cream Send far a free umplendl It SCOTT IIOWNU 40M1S rear Street New York ssad tt oo all druggiata rSomething Is going to drop right soon and you ought to have TUB REPUBLICAN so yon would be sure to get It An investigation of the countys affairs ought to be Interestlngito every citizen You will find It in TUB RR rUDUCAN The children of Mrs Magdalene Rogers met at the old homestead near Cromwell last Sunday and gave he a birthday dinner surprise It was in honor of her 76th birthday She was quite feeble though erjoyed the sur prise dinner extremely well I Miss Katie Stewart daughter of Prof Willis Green Stewart died Wed nesdayat it oclock n m nt her home near Manda She had been sick of consumption for quite along while Her remains were buried a- Mt t Pleasant yesterday evening The little five months old child ol Mr and Mrs R W Ragland Ravine died Tuesday night of cholera infan turn It was burled at Roslne Wed nesday It was quite a severe blow for Mr and Mrs Ragland and we much regret to learn ot the sad news List of letters remaining In the Hartford postoffice Miss Hattie Pitts Miss Crif Brown Mr Dyer Lowe Mr J W Marshall Mr Reese Bowens Mrs Mallnda Austin Mr Amos Taylor Mr Len Robinson Mr J II Page and Mr Lon Nnnley The First National Bank publishes Its first report today When the re port was made out the bank was only two months and nine days old It is a splendid showing for the new enter prise Mr Riley the cashier is highly pleased with the condition and tradq of the new bank Mr Joe Stevens bad his leg broke and seriously bruised Monday in the saw log woods north of town while attempting to lord a log The chain broke just as the log was rolling up on the wagon which let it tall back hard and fast and In some way caught Stevens serving him badly saving been solicited by a num bej ol the best citizens In Hartford and out to bring Gov Bob Taylor to Hartford to deliver the Piddle and the Bow will state tor their bentfit that we are now communicating with Gov Taylor In the hope that we may have him on the 4th of October Very truly R T COLLINS LON ROGERS j Mr Vlrge Thompson Horton died last Friday cf stomach and a compli cation of other troubles He had passed the three ecore markwas a very highly respected cltIcen and a valued friend His remains were butted Saturday afternoon Funeral services were conducted by Revs I Romans andBean He leaves a family Prof A P Taylor has been elected principle of the Public School at Guthrie Kentucky Prof Taylor has been at Kirkmansville for some time where he had done splendid work His promotion is in rerecognition ot his worth as an educator and the citi zens of Guthrie should consider them selves complimented in securing the services of one of Ohio countys bright young edncators A Rockport Ind fishing party composed of Mr and Mrs Isaac Peck Inpaugh Misses Lillie Pecklnpaugh Kate Merlthew and Mr Chas L Pull lam passed through Hartford Satur day on their way home They started to the Mommoth Cave but the heat and dust prevented them from going farther than Rochester There they rested and fished for a few days and concluded to return home Mrs J L BIrkhead died In Pueblo Col Wednesday morning of a com plication of diseases She went West in April for her health but gradually grew worse Her remains will ar rive at Owensboro tomorrow morn Ing and will be interred at Pleasant View Cemetery She was a sister of Mrs A C Taylor of this place Mr and Mrs Taylor lelt for Owesnboro this morning to attend the funeral r Come to Stay I am not a KING CURE ALL i WATCHES Nor is any one else I have had 27 years experience including apprenticeship I am located at J H Williams drug store Iam here permanently In other word come to stay Not withstanding reports to the contrary I intend to bring my family here where we ex pect to lawabiding citizens I am qpt running from pillow to post and taking money out one town to help build up others Bring your work tome and you will receive the best work at the lowest prices C R MARTIN Jeweler A free and easy expectoration I produced by a few doses of Ballards Horehound Syrup in all cases of Hoarseness Sore Throat or difficulty of breathing Price 25 and 50 eta J H Williams m Marriages Pendleton Vandiver to Miss Anna Johnson John W Harrell to Miss EM Lawes William P Madden to Miss Alice D McKinney r No one knows the unbearable torture the peculiar and agonizing pain caused by piles unless they have rut feted from them Many believe them incurable This is a mistake Prop er treatment will cure them Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infallible e cure Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 cts J H Williams m T Educate Tour Doweis trait CutcsreU roreferJOe N j L BLONEY Denounces the Democratic Petition Calling on Him to Make an Independent Racer Says the Cry of Fraud In the Prl mary Comes From Democratic Headquarters EDITOR REPUBLICAN Since reading the letters ol Messrs Leach and Benton in last weeks VK PUBLICAN I have been advised that my name appears on that petition I want to say to the Republicans of the county and I desire to be emphatic too that I accept this as a grave Insult and a very painful wound to my pride as a Republican The man who placed my name on that petition ha little to do and should have consulted me belore placing it there rather than insulting me and my friends by doing as he or they have- I heartily concur with Mr Benton in his charge that it is a Democratic trick emlnatlng hoe Democratic headquarters I am certain that a Re publican would not do such a thing In this petition they alledge that Republican frauds were committed ln the recent primary and iu view oI these facts this petition is being circulated by whom Democrats ol course I was a candidate for Asses sor before that primary and I have yet to find the first voter that lost hi vote through fraud or otherwise I have heard through Democratic c source that grave frauds were committed by Republicans in that primary but I have been unable to find these frauds Mr Editor I agree with joa In your charge that the Democratic candidates cannot afford to discuss their conduct in State matters and It certainly becomes them to get up some sort of scare to deceive the pea pIt Let every Republican stand firm and victory is surely ours Very truly L BERRY LONEY- Me Henry Ky July 29 1901 Herbine is well adapted to the curt of fevers of all kinds because it thor oughly cleanses the stomach and bow eta of all bilious humors and expels all impure secretions of the body Price 50 cts J H Williams m Sons of Veterans The Sons of Veterans will meet at the Court House tomorrow at I p m Everyone is requested to be present especially those who have identified themselves with the organization CENTERTOWN KY Mr James Benton conductor on the Texas road is visiting his family hereMr Lum Phipps is on the sick list Mr Arthur Williams has moved tour town and will engage in making brick for Dr Chapman Mrs L P Loney and son Clarence of Owensboro visited Mrs Mag Tich enor last week Mrs H II Davis son and daughter Earl and Irene visited relatives and friends in Hartford last week Mrs O B Boskett and Miss Dena Woodward were in attendance at the teachers Institute last week Misses Jessie Tatum and Willie liverly ol West Point were pleasant visitors in our town last Sunday Many of our citizens are preparing to dig wells Our farmers are about through cut ting grass and intend to bale most o it The pen crop appears to be grow- Ing nicely in spite of the heat auc drouth The corn crop Is going to be very short nearly all hill land is be yond redemption Where fertilizer was used the corn is dying in the top but does not seem to be drying yet from the bottom MASK The beauty thief has come to stay Unless you drive the pimples and blackheads away Do this dont look like a right tonightNV District Conference The Louisville District Conference of the Kentucky Annual Conference 1 61 the Methodist Episcopal Church convened at Wesley Chapel church on the No Creek circuit July 15 and continued three days On Monday night Rev Shelton of Owensboro preached horn Phil 1St 911 U Tuesday after devotional exercises at oclock conducted by the Ptesld ing Elder Rev J D Walsh the con ference convened with the Presidia Elder in the chair The roll was call ed and quite a number of preachers responded to their names Reports began with a verbal report from Rev J D Walsh which was listened to with great interest by the audience The report was very impressive i that he showed how he had so earnestly worked for the upbuilding of Christianity and Metbodlstlsm in t ourlbeneovery ably discussed At II oclock Rev W I Taylor preached The preaching and devotional exercis were a great feast to our people w attended the services There were a great many iuteresting features onside t the regular business of the coo ference we only have space to me tlon a few The false representation of our Methodism by the so called Revivalist published by W Knapp and others was ably discussed ly Dr J D Walsh W L Taylor t presented read and discussed a paper on education On Thursday morning at 930 Dr DIbleCthe Southern Illlcols Conference preached in connection with the ser mon the sacrament of the Lords sup per was administered by the the Pre siding Elder assisted by a number of other ministers On Thursday night Dr Walsh dis cussed our Methodlstlsm Bowling Green was selected as the place lor our next meeting- In conclusion we must say the con- Science was a great spiritual blessing to our people and we also wish to commend the members and friends of the No Creek circuit for their kind hospitality extended the preachers and visiting friends of the conference W T DUNN Pastor FOR WIFE BEATING TblsIMost Unmanly Crime Commonwealths Attorney J Edwin Rowe is in the lockup charged with drunkenness and breach of the peace TJiat is the tame name the law uses 01 beating his wife and knocking down his beautiful and innocent daughter Rowe went home drunk this afternoon and assaulted his wife the po lice say unmercifully beating her and certainly tearing almost all of her clothes off- Officer Lyons was near at the time hadsno warrant and Rowe defied him to come into the house to arrest him He was therefore forced to leave and before he was out of sight Rowe at tacked one of his daughters Bessie a beautiful child and knocked her down Mrs Rowe ran to the window and called the policeman back to the house Rowe still refused to be arrested and the officer telephoned to headquarters to krow what to do He was advised to take out a warrant but Rowe came out of the house and was taken up for drunkenness He was brought down town in the patrol wagon and placed in the lockup where a warrant was sworn out for his arrest for breach oi the peace He will be tried tcmorrow morn ing Wednesdays Inquirer LATERMr Rowe appeared in court yesterday morning and in the absence of Commonwealths witnesses the case was dismissed Farm for Sale Ninety acres ot land filty in culti vation balance 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 SMALLHOUSE KY Mrs Annie Ross is quite sick at this writing Mr Ott Kimbley who has been sick of typhoid fever tor sometime is worse Miss Iva ColTman Point Pleasant is the guest of her aunt Mrs Sue MortonMr Alva Calloway started for Owensboro Sunday Mr and Mrs Charlie Overton and David Oldham have gone to visit rel atives in Grayson county and to at tend the Blackford association Rev G H Lawrence and family are visiting friends and relatives in Grayson county quitetBaptist church Sunday lOwing to the drouth crops are look ing very bad in this community Messrs J C Drake and C D Ross were in South Carrollton Friday on business Mr Jake Barnard and Mr W C Overbuls went to Hartford Thurday Mr Eugene Strond of Centertown was In our midst Monday Mrs Joe Bullock and children re turned home Saturday from a visit to relatives at Point Pleasant The inlant child of Mr Ed Cleaver died July the 26th ot brain fever and was buried at Equality buying ground the 27th MrJ W Taylor of near Liberty and daughter Mrs Will Leach visi ted Mr P B Taylor end family this weekMrs Jane Bennett Point Pleasant Hopenare at Mrs Annie ROM who Is still danger ously ill VENUS EndsI rains in the corn belt today were considerably less than during the past fortyeight hours but they fell where they were moat needed that Is in Southwestern Ohio and Southern Illinois There Kentuckynshowers in Missouri Iowa Eastern Nebraska and Eastern Kansas Sine gularly enough though rain fell all round the State of Indiana there was Importancedportion of the cord belt of Texas is still much needed rain esProlpecta generally are for talc weath waterhor on Thursday warmer weather east ol that river Temperatures in the corn belt show change during the twentytour hours the maxi 1mums having averaged rather les than 90 west of the Mississippi and slightly over that figure to the east In the Atlantic States it has been probablMy ington the themometcr registered maximum of 95 degrees CatarrhIs a constitutional dltcnte It Originates In a tcrofnloas conation o UK blood ah1 depends on that condition- It often causes headache and dizziness impairs the taste until and hearing of Lcta the vocal organs disturbs Iho stomach It Is always radically and permanently cured by the btood purifying alterative and tonic action of Hoods SarsaparillaT- his greatmedicine has wrought the most wonderful cures of all diseases depending on scrofula or the scrofulous habit Moon rturn the bolt otlilttlc PNHOOD SUFFRAGE Only Natives of Cuba Eligible as Senators Restrictions as to Ability to Read and Write Imposed on Officeholders Havana July z9There was a good attendance at todays session ot the Cuban constitutional convention when the electoral bill ai dtnlted by the electoral commission was submit ted The measure provides for ani veral suffrage but restrictions as to ability to read and write are Imposed in the case of officeholders Governors of provinces and pro vincial legislators must be of Cuban birth or have been naturalized for a period of eight years They must beat least 30 years of age They must possess title by public decree or have filled office by popular vote The same restrictions regarding cit izenship are laid upon congressmen who must be 25 years of age Sena tors must be Cuban by birth and 35 years ot age The President must be a Cuban or naturalized In the latter case as provided by the constitution he must have served In the Cuban army for ten years He must be at least forty years at age The same conditions apply to the VicePresident Senators shall be elected by provin cial legislatures and an equal number of citizens Outhalf of the latter must be Cuban by birth or have been naturalized for a period of eight years They must be at least 25 years old and way be able to read and write They must have resided in the province for two years sad be among the largest realestate taxpryern The other half must have professional degrees or must have held public office Presidential electors shall be Cubans by birth or have been naturalized for a period of eight years and they must be 30 n ears ot age lathe provincial legislatures minority representation is provided for Havana having 20 members Santa Clara 17 Santiago 17 Mantazas 15 Plnar del Rio 12 and Puerto Principe 8 Havana will have 17 congressmen Santiago 13 Santa Clara 14 Matanzas 8 Pinar del Rio 7 and Puerto Principe 8 I Four Senators shall represent each province Havana will have at Presidential electors Santiago 17 Santa Clara 18 Matanzas 12 Plna del Rio II and Puerto Principe 8 The project provides for two elections At the first will be elected Governors ol provinces provincial legislators and senatorial electors At the second to be held eight days later congressmen and Presidential electors will be chosen Thirty days after the second election the Presiden tial electors will meet In Santa Clara to elect the President Blotches and excresences which to often annoy people are simply efforts ol nature to throw off Impediments to the proper performance ol her duties Herbine win aid and assist nature in her work and Insure a skin clear and beautiful entirely free from all imperfections Price 50 cts J H Will lams m- Cncr1in T1cpanAND 5elegraph COmpany IXCOntORATED Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Mississippi and connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points in thirty five States and Territories is establishing an exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam Render McIIenry Centertown and countryThey their service as possible service to parties living In the coun try within a reasonable distance of the exchangeRites other Information may be obtained at the exchange over Will lams Drug Store Hartford Ky C S MCCULLOUGIIManager Rough River Telephone Compa- nypatoarauraoa Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones build your own lines in talking distance with the whole county and business payingsRoughRiver beltttbewboleexpenslif particularsaWe connect with all Indeoewtent CospawM I t P Iio 5792 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF The First National Bank of Hartford At Hartford in the State of Kentucky at the Close of Business July 15 1901 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts SC22321 U S Bonds to secure circulation 5pQOOO Expenses Paid 18209 Puniluro nml Fixtures 133700 Duo front National Banks not reserve agents 299787 Duo from State Banks and Bankers 21219 Duo from approved reserved agents 432058 Checks and other cash items 20400 Notes of other National Banks 24500 Fractional paper currency nicklcs and cents 2296 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank viz Specie203000Lognltender 312500 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent circulation TT 125000 Total 0518590 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in 2500000 National Dank notes outstandingr 2490000 Duo to State Banks and Bankers 5102 Individual deposits subject to hecki 1325830 Time certificates of deposits 197658 Total 6518590 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF Onto ss I J C RILEY Cushier of tho abpvo named bank dosol emnly swear that tho above statement is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief J C RILKY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 26th day of July KyMyCorrect Attest C J RHOADS G 13 LIKENS Directors T L GRIFFIN J u I Everybodys Storeid 0V WAS never bettor prepared to supply your needs p 3nt a normal cost than now Additions of now fgoods to every department to meet the demands of tat tho season at a range of price to suit any custom or All kinds of country produce taken in QX change forgcodssr 3 1 sgeSi e Our Wash Dress Goods fabrics aro too numerous 3to mention But a look through this lino is aura to prove satisfactory to yourself as well as tho firm 33 l t S D0 S India Linens in all grades from 5o to 25c Dimities in the neat and tasty enacts at variety of prices Nainsooks in small and largo checksIvv ou eea 0V It is as necessary to keep tho feet cool as nny 4 other part of the body and with this end in view tatwo aro prepared to show tho best lino of stylish up date Slippers in the county Also nmfn a lino C of good easy ones for old as well as young and middle r ag0t1- a i 3 llf t e IiIn order to complete tiro summer wardrobe it is tat YAnd3tho task for you 3M f tr Who need Clothing Hats Shoes UndonvearShirts Collars Culls Tics or Buggies We are certainly 3after your trade and boliovo wo can justly merit it tQ 3 Business in this department still grows This 3week will spins more now Carpets Oil Cloths Mattings Rugs Laco Curtains Blinds and polesVwill bo now arrivals in this department i Slow om Wr Wo can furnish any I thing you need to ttwear anything you need to eat and can furnish your house from toP tQ bottom Visit us and you i will bo convinced ofqur ability to save you both Iitime and money t i e1Beaver Darn Icy aacaac StabIellNew I Good Horses and the Best of Rigs at all Timesfrt Tho most polito attention given customers clad tho kindest care taker of all stock intrusted DenIer in BUGGIES and WAGONS Will also handle tho FAMOUS OX BRAND FERTILIZER JOTTER MS STRICTLY CASHSXJT A C TAYLOR Proper I SUCCESSOU TO KEOWN TAYLOItt BarUOrc1 OBLeniruLo3s3r f I i IgctabPreparitioflforAS I I Promotes I nc5sandRcstCOfltfl1flSflC1Lht I OuumMorph1ne not nctal NOT NAH coTIC I Jn i I I p I I tl J1ffJl IIApcrfllemcdy forConslipa tiori Sourfl I WormsCorwulsionsJcvcrish QCSS ondLossorSLEEB Imcsim1c Signature of I I Q4- L NW VORK OOWR J IT H CASTORIA For Infants and Ohilllron The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the I Signature of In Use For Over Thirty ears CASTORIATNC FIELD SOT- TRANSFER == 0 r == =LINEI == v = r1 = = OO IA t BARTFORD I 5sA FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED H A BOON TO MANKINDS DRTABLER3 BUCKEYE D 9 l PILE JI1mA New Discovery fcr the Certain Cure of INTERNAL andt IEXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAINr CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAilEDpTUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BAllARD Sole Proctor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO to WHITES CREAMa WORMS VERM8FUCEBI itliQuBJtr HTM la Qoi tr f 4 tFor20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies Pfl MSi1 aoziao sair vxjz saxiTTOGisTa t Prenar lby A JAMES F BALLARD St LOUISA thc aD t7cLIlIcNrx LiUSENCT attnniutfly nt fMiirv to the V un man IryoQLir miu who wouM win naioHni In 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render to The iinny houih a wholo year free i 4 A The Bunny tn ith 11 your old friend In nIle fonn nl 1 T I SouthsliteraryThe Sunny South In combination with tho greatest of all WlCklyCOJIItltutlllnoothto The Sunny Smith and get thoeo two great papers Ono II Literary the otier News totIT11 SUNNY SOUTH ATLANTA CA I r TflEJAMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY IncorporatedCAPITAL 25000 00w yi RESERVE SURPLUS 12500000 AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 00 Address all correspondence tooHOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS d- I I of w ff J oJ Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 2 WILD RIDE Lovers Vehicle Caught Fire Burned Hair From Horses TaU When it comes to inventive genius there is nobody In all Louisville who can hold a candle to Allen Adamsky much less a Japanese lantern He ptoved this last night to the satisfac tion of everytoiy save only himself His horse is minus hair on his tail while he nurses a charred buggy and nda burned hand Ills brldctcbc Is laid up with A badly bllstetcJ arm Louisville law demands that every vehicle display a light at night AdamsVy went driving with ho sweetheart A light wasnt necessary but the law was inexorable He didnt want anything tco bright so he bought a Japanese lantern and hung it under the buggy where it would do the least good On bowled the horse Adamslcy was provinghimsel an expert driver when snddenly there was a commo tion below It wasnt that hines had shot up from the bottomless pit It was only the lantern The flame caught the lap robe and the horse began running Adamsky gripped the reins while his sweetheart gripped him even more desperately It was a run for life with the flames well in the lead The lap robe slowly succumbed to the devouring element Stfll the horse ran Finally he came to a stop The hair on his tall was burned ofT The buggy was a charred specimen of the carriage builders art and the lantern had fulfilled its destiny Mr Adam sky has resolvtd to buy a lamp lor his buggy instead of the box of candy hat he had planned for the next drive nd it will be well lighted before the horse leaves the stable Exchange a What most people want is some thing mild and gentle when in need of a physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Not to be Trusted- A Oemocialc contemporary says manufacturers and trust leaders like lint of New York have advocated aterial reductions of the Tariff This will remind the reader of the fact that Havemeyer of sugar trust notor ety attempted to throw the blame for he creation of trusts on the Tariff and it ought to suggest also that when the men most interested in the perpetcation of combinations ot this kind point out means of restricting them they are entitled to about asbmuch consideration as would be the devil if he undertook to enter n otthodox pulpit to expound his iews on morality San Francisco Chronicle The Land of the Sky Europe may have her Switzerland e West its Colorado the Pacific may glory in her Sierra Nevada and British Columbia in her Cascade age but nowhere on the face of the earth is there a region more plctnr esquely more charmingly beautiful the mountain1 country of western North Carolina otically known as The Land of the Sky It is true there are mountains of greater eleva tion in each of the localities named but the greatest canvases in the gal lery of art are not the choicest gemsiror is the beauty of nature measured on gioJetic lines Where the mountain ranges of the West are z rugged barren and forbidding those Western North Carolina are robed deephued forests to their highest summits Where the greater peaks the Sierra Nevada frown those of The Land of the Sky smile through banks of rhododendrons andtrileas Where the valleys of the one are rocky and impassable gorges in the other are ferncarpeted forest laby rinths through which cVystal streams tumble merrily aloug over mossgrown ocks in their to the open Picture in 3 our mind a region where range after range of heavily forrested DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to know of the wonderful II LR 1kerrnR Dr the great kidney liver t lh remedyIt cal triumph of the nine- teentht i century dlj ofI11N Dr Kilmer the em nent kidney and bladpder specialist curinglamebles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers Swamp Root Is not recommended for everything but If you have kidiey liver or bladder trouble ttwiii be pnsomanywsys parhase every case that a special arrangement has thispaperhosample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble hen writing mention reading this generoushffer In this paper and 0 send your address to v Dr KtlmerCoBlng t liii ham Ion N Y The regular fifty cent and uomotaampnoi- ollar I sizes are sold by all good druggists c i k CKICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYeROY PILLS ob 0 tJt4lt JuTub no ollirr lit fiir rtancrroiii aubtUhIonand Imlliillan lIuyorrl1ncctotor new Jr In tamps for S r TSi LadrlaburbTall DrunrMa CHIOnBBTBB O11IMIOAL CO 1100 Jlmdlou Nqnarr num ls- Xtha CM pip mountains parallel each other like waves of the sea where interlacing valleys are rich with verdure and flowers and where silver streams murmur unceasingly Imagine an air so light and pure that breathing itself seems a newfound joy then throw over all a canopy of bluest of Italian blue and jou have The Land of the Sky This rugged mountain region embraces the extreme western portion of North Carolina and the eastern edge of Tennessee Within these confines are several districts alike in their gen eral features but each having distinct charms and advantages peculiarly its own The one most generally visited has Ashville for Its tourist center None the less beautiful however is that country in and about Blowing Rock and Grandfathers Mountain of which Lenoir is the entrej ot South east ot Asheville are the Flat Rock Tryon and Sapphire regions which atttact many visitors because ol the charming environments Southwest of Asheville and between that city and Murphy is the Balsam Mountain country wild solitary and Swisslike with the Haywaid Sulphur Spilcgs as the chief tourist rendezvous Over to the west and near the Tennessee line is the less rugged but more pictur esque beautiful territory in and about the Hot Springs while almost due north from here and accross the Ten nessee line looms up in the magesty of its towering height Roan Moun tain crowned by a hotel the highest building east of Colorado and 1 favo rite summer gathering place for peo pie near and far Taken as a whole no similar area on the western conti nent compares with The Land of the Sky in beauty or sublimity In square miles it is the e qaal of Switzerland In attractive lP3 accessibility and Jualth it is its rival The Southern Railway which brings The Land of the Sky within easy reach approaches it from all directions of the compass From St Louis daily sleeping cars or operated direct to Ash ville which is an allthe yearround resort thus putting St Louis torlsts into that beautiful reg- Ion with only one night on the road Globe Democrat St Louis July 4th ioifA lame shoulded is usually causedt y rheumatism of the muscles may be cured by a few applications of Chamberlains Pain Balm For saleI by Z Wayne Griffin Bro mt Slow Ira Tour KUlneri I I Th TIobboll sraruPmcolnldDoIUallaKit tree Add utcrllm UemwrCaLlilcMoorN Size of Dinner Pails According to The Iron age a technical and entirely nonpolitical weekly newspaper the full dinner pail is a back number and the dinner pail has taken its biggerI subject ot popular interest statement is made by a large tinware manulacturing company in a Western City says The Iron Age that their trade dinner pails has for some time been running heavily to the five and six quart sizes This is distinctly a development The dinner palls n ordinary use are the three and fourI quart szsColorado Springs Ga ette CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thetSigmotUroOfThe A 0 that free trade would serve to prevent the tariff war that may be threatened would be that it would probably so cripple our Indus tries that they would no longer be dangerous competitors in foreign countries The question of the Pro tective tariff does not enter into the equasion only in so far as it has built up the industries that are now enabled to compete successfully with the man ufacturers of the other countries on their own growns Helena Mont Record OASTOrlXABear itslIeKind fro Have Atari Bought 1gnstareCheapness Not Wanted This may be called an era of high ricesthat Is good prices that areU rofitable to all And yet there is nom complaint Americans have learned that cheapnes and little or nothing toIbuy with because we Ret so little for we have to sell Trot ofwhich s labor cannot compare with good rofits and plenty to buy with ASXOnXABean tit SBouzltI Bljnituro cf We want no tarifl reform That which the Democrats fixed up in 1893 hasnt quit smelling bad yetMora ian Falls N C Yellow Jacketb KdncBte Yonr Ituoeia wilts Candy Cathartic euro ClnarelIII aaO fall angglii r I4 S 2 The Sd in of Good r in the lgrowing Anywhere between the plantation and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the quality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or Unscrupulous a methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches tile user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for ARBUCKLES Roasted Coffee buys much more than a cents worth of qualityand strength A pound of Arbucklcs Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffeesI Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In tart pound paekagofArbneklesfloastsd OolTM there la a list ot article each package la LIlt la found th carcbaser baa bou h t a d M part or some article to be Mltcted by him or tier from the Llit anbjcct only to the condition that the signature on the package la to he eat oul and turned to attn Notion Uepu You should He ibis UiU Ad1reqU commuDleaUoaa to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Somothing Now Under Tho Sun All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid Inhalers and drugs In paste orm Their powders dry up the mncuous membranes causing them powerfulentirely eaten away the same mem branes that their makers have aimed o cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who has tor many years made a close study and speciality of the treatment of Catarrh has atilast perfected a tteat meat 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 the only remedy known to Fcience that actually reaches the rfflcted parts This wonderful remedy is known as j Snuffles the Guaianteed Catarrh Cure and Is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar each package containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use Souffles is the only perfect Cure ever made and Is now recognized the only safe and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease It cures all infUmatlon quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Head I Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption Snuffles wil I save yon if you use it at once It is no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which Is postively cuarans eed to cure Catarrh in any firm or stage If need according to the direc ions which accompany each package Dont delay but send for it at I once and write lull particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding yourcasa without cost to yon beyond the regular price ol Snuffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepad to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar Address Dept i Ed win D Giles Company 2331 and 332 Market street Phiiade- lpbiata NiirrrM Wnrlh Knowing 40enni amieim In tli Month jirnvw hughes n11tnlntftn a1t261Cl YearlyMenaoliiv ta treed HpltulntlnK nfrenta other fur wurk looking slier our InUrriM 800O Sljir ffunrantiwl yearly eitra rtinmiliHlana ODd eiprniH rapid udrunwnent old ntablUh d tuont llrnnd rhunrn fur mrnmt man or wuiiinn to aKiir IIIIrI ntnunnvnt poiltlnn llbirnl Income New lirllllant lines WrItu at once SStlH IlIff LIIEW 23 Imrcli Nl Reiw llntrn Ciitni IooUI ANIIIrli In fIne Rarrnnln hush Tonic tinteplwinaiit 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CaICACOI1 A new through car line has been established fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Evansvlll and Chicago the line being ICromservices is as follows NORTH BOUNDDally Sun 1ArSOUTH lDallyLv Chicago 84opm Sijoara t ArEvansvllle 8058 m 5sopm 1 Through sleeping cars on night Jarsoal ticket agent t 1 OROPSYcnDwtUo vegetable 4 tla tuya atlacpot5jrdnfsflsypborsmy4 tlmcnlali and OATS tesahusnI Er JDRLIikzul lOuSes KAUaalaOa A IIII I I COW PEAS 2 I 30JA BEANS f are two ol the DOt profitable crop grassF I ICC Cur iWlection ol Seedt In the Central We t including Vccctable Field Qratt and TmUonpaperSend 1 and well quite low price WOOdSIIIb S ICi e MIO ICr a IVS BIM C LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I S U ai J V