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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f- ic 1 r JLHEHARTFORD REPUBLICAN Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL OMAN OF THE PAIn IK THE FOOBIB CONQEESSIONAL DISTRICT Subscription I a year r VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 30 1901 No6 Alter Baby Comesa Ta the day following the babys birth there U often a uphill atruggle to ncoYer and the nune herself In the preparation of jellies and broths or the criptoapradlca1lypalnlrmarse MIdnouriah the child and a rapid iwcorenr from the ihock and train in parable from maternity nllamerat Mntt IM Prkl Wllknbarre Penna thinkIla aim btuk and I woutd ret sck at ny and hive each headachee I did not meatywarIuorttetnoCrt14 dl Ike rI was thlw7 I Ml floe ill the now 1 ha a aeVeKjni1Bjrmnttity IlahlrwrHIwIpoaadA e letllflJ Iellll ror the IOOIr heallhuaaDr Pierce Pleasant Pellets keep Ue bowels healthy lPIRUiYrJ i31IIDSY3ti1G HEAIIRINattorney HARTFORD KY Will prueltrht prolwloa In all tho ronrta of ulrllERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW iiAHTtonn KY Will pracltohu prnlwlai tacit tb roirtiol OMo coiitjr erhlto IkrOu1vral1butrntrutedt- o bin Omrtovrr Ohio County Out t JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KYQ ftprrlal attention alva to entbvtloni matin elnittaaetanNoUry Labile for Oblo eona U Office IIlde rh iiaare C E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW UAHrlOR KY Will hUrrofwIon In alltb rnarteol 010 u4 djtlnllruaUdlartol AtMII anA a1 attntloa rtrrn to all bn Dra cBtniM l to hi care llfflre la Oi Attjra mla coarthouee F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW llARTfOtUI UTe wiIip tlkwte the e arta ot Ohio mnntaad Onart oNipimU Prompt attention Klrtn to aU buliiM ntrtuUtl to hit enr umr la llrrald belldla- gCt J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law IlAItTFORD KY wul pr cUr3 bU nnilrMlun In Ohio cad RdlolJ a1m aUw H riaJ alUntloa rtffn to Ml bail aealr kte4Uhisran4 RoBYATTORNEYIT LAW roKDHVIIlI HENTCVIiT Will pnwtlr bl protwlon In nit tbcroirtaol Oblo and adjolnlBRroantlM rnrtufappeals ptdal aUtntlnn Rlrra to r JOHN P MORTON 4ATTORNEY AT LAW liT- gpialaltenliogfvroto nil bahuenlab sto 1111 can onn In courthouse C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will preelirehiprofnulon In all tbtoart ot Oblo sad Hprrlal ntttntion wU11M urea tu all banlnnm mtrmUxl to hit can OollKtloa a iiwcliUtjr E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice hl prolwwlon In all the ronrUol Ktntncky Ip lM attention Rllln to collwtlnni ttlemtotul ileCTilentn NtntMrnad each nncl criminal practln Offlc npttalra CJrtmn block J B R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at UW HARTFORD KY Will prartlr hid profennlon In nil to court of Ohio sad odlnlnlnjt ronnttm and the burl ol Ap nttrnllnn given to nil bnclnut- rutedtohimd Ofllcn In lUrtinLictK building R WEDDING A utirneY at Law HARTFORD KY DWillpractice hU protawlon In thuconrUol Ohio tad adjoining eounMni Also Notary Public 1 Southern 0 Railway Through del lit ntSouthern Stnt- wKENTUCKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North OAROLINAGEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI US MUM Three DnllyTrnlnbetweenLouis 1 TUU and Uilnirton Obwrrntlon Chair Can ana only ixJuuTiiwiroin lIroatll IiIahobOeI ForntormatlonnddreM u t A VTaiDOfi T A T Ac Ill 4th Are LoaUTtlle Wee n TATLOC AMlatnnt 01 A UraliTUIe tJ 0 rUotrllti s- r 4yt I l f Jy NO TARIFF REVISION Tbe Country Will Breathe Free- When That Fact Is Assured Prominent Republican members o Congress have declared that will be no tariff revision and no tad agitation during tbe sessions of th new Congress that assembles for its first session next December This will be glad newa to practically all the business interests of the country Tariff agitation is always a menace to Industrial prosperity to the United States There is no necessity for a general revision of the existing tariff law The act may not be perfect in all its details In fact it is admitted that in some respects it could be changed with advantage to American interests but such changes can be effected without alarming the country as the agitation incident to a threat ened general revision would Senators Hanna and Cullom had an interview with the President at Can ton a lew days ago when there was an Interchange of views concerning the legislation that ought to receive con sideration at the session of Congress next winter The opinion was freely expressed that the tariff question re quired little It any attention and that any attempt to start an agitation on that question should be promptly dis couraged There is no doubt as to the Presidents position He is a thoroughgoing Protectionist and be- lIeves that the country owes its pres ent prosperity very largely to the DIngley tarlfl act and that the only way to continue the conditions of prosperity Is to continue in operation the policy which has led up to the present satisfactory conditions In that opinion the country heartily and fully coincides with President McKinley Within the past teu ytars we have had three different tariff acts First the McKinley law second the WilsonGorman law third the Ding ley law Under the operations of the first and third which were enacted by Republican Congresses in pursuance of the Protective tariff policy of the Republican party tbe country enjoy ed great prosperity The second was enacted by a Democratic Congress in pursuance of the Democratic anti Protection policy and under its oper ations great depression poverty and distress swept through the republic We do not want another change such as that which came with the advent of the Wilson Gorman tarifl for reve nue i olicy WilkesBatrc Pa Rec ord stayUnless and awayDo a fright tonightAsk The Light of Experience When the suggestion Is made that the United States so far leads the world industrially that we can with safety abolish our Protective sys tem it is quite worth while to turn back a few chapters in history and to consider the industrial situation in England half A century ago and the progress of events since that time When that country in response to the teachings ol Cobden gave up her former policy of Protection and adopted the policy of free trade she was tbe industrial giant among nations Ac cording to Cobden and his followers she had no need of Prelection against other nations for her industries for she was Industrially superior to them all She was superior to them all nupremncrfifty yeaas of free trade British econ omists and British capitalists ore viewing with great niacin the decline wasfwon through the policy ffhas been lost under free trade The onewe of the United States need b eager to see it repeated in the futur- history of this country Yet that is what we are being Invited to do by Mr Babcock of Wisconsin and oth ers like him who make our present industrial supremacy an argument for abandoning the foicy under which we have won out The posl tion taken is not a logical one and the folly of It has been made most plain by the experience pt Great Brit ain This is surely a case in which there can be no doubt that it Is the part ol wisdom to let well enough Alone American Economist SMOOTH TRICK By Which a Chicago Bank Was I Mulched Out of Thirty Thousand Dollars It has leaked out here says the Chi cago Inter Ocean that one of the Chi cago flanks was recently swindled out of 30000 in cash in n skillful man neroAn effort Is being made to keep the matter a secret and not even the name of the bank Is given It seems that a deposlter of several years stand ing appeared a few days ago in the bank presidents office with a draft on a London bank for 600 which was perfectly good The depositor in formed the president that he desired to deposit this London draft and at the same time check against it pre seating a check lor thirty thousand dollars for tfie president to O K The latter put his initials on it and thought nothing of It The depositor then went out into the bank and deposited his London draft and on the following day presented a check for 30000 which was paid the teller knowing the amount was to his credit on tbe books Later in the day he again ap peared at the window and presented the check for 30000 which had been O K by the president This check was also paid Nothing more has since been seen of the depositor r How Things Grow in Hawaii How great are the possibilities of Hawaii as a fruit and vegetable glow ing country will be understoodwhen It becomes known that four crops of potatoes have been produced in suc cession on the same piece of rand within twelve months Raddisbea become edible In ten days alter sow- Ing Strawberry vines bear fruit all the year The berries are of the fin flavorCabbage grows all the year and It makes little difference apparently whether It is planted in the spring summer anlnm or winter Parsley once sown grows forever Lima beans continue to grow and bear for over a year and they have to be gathered every week alter starting to bear Cucumbers bear the crtlre year and to do tomatoes which with proper Rappberrles Pineapples come into bearing when the are six months old and bear in abundance for years Lettuce can be plortd at any time and it de velops quickly The same Is true of celery BAD FOR GERMANY iThe New Tariff Would Handfca Her Manufacturers The Tariff schedules which have been prepared for submission to the Reichstag increase the duties on near ly all foodstuffs and on some manu oeI ien thee schedules These proposed duties will have the hearty support ot the producers of German foodstuffs The rye and wheat harvests will not be good this year Higher duties will enable the farmers to charge more for what they save and thus recover a part of their losses Some mannfactrers who are beginning to reel the pressure ot American competition In the home market will welcome a measure de signed to keep out competing goods Many manufacturers and all the workingmen and the middle classes will oppose legislation designed to make food dearer It is not certain that the Reichstag will accept these schedules If it does the consumption in Germany of to me American pioiucts will be decreased but the ability of Germany to compete with the United States in neutral markets will be decreased also and Germany not the United States will be the loser in the end Cheap food and cheap fuel are the essentials ot industrial success nowadays If it were possible for Germany to to encourage agriculture by piohlbltlve duo ties as to secure an adequate supply of cheap food produced at home then these higher duties would be the means to a desirable end but that end cannot be attained Germany can not be both a manufacturing and a selffeeding country Necessarily the day must come when if Germany is to be the great manufacturing country the skill and Intelligence of its people indicate that it should be the German corn laws will be repealed as the English corn laws were over half a century ago Then the United States will have bet ter cause for Scar of German competi don that it has now while Germdn lawmakers insist on handicapping their manufacturers Chicago Tri bune What most people want Is some thlngmlld and gentle when in need of a physic Chamberlains Std m3ch 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 m He Kept His Word The following story was told us by a tramp printer so we cannot vouch for its truthfulness I was once n member of Uncle j Toms Cabin and we were doing the i Wept when we became stranded Af ter a careful inventory it was found that we all had money enough to take us to New York except one man a ventriloquist who refused our proffered assistance and said he would be in New York by the time the rest were Although he had given ns a bluff he had no Idea how he was to make it good and was at his wits end to raise sufficient money to pay his passage On the way from the theatre to the depot he was followed by a yellow dog and as misery loves company he called the dog to him patted him on the head and spoke kindly to him The dog wagged his DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Mnchinory Saw Mills Hny Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps fTTA121R1PiihTl Hay Bale Tics Coilwiro Grato Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Boilor Triniinings etc XJalloh J McHeniy Mfg aMach qq McHonry Ky tAil and opened his month The ac tor next stopped in a saloon and beerPilowed him Approaching the bar he called for one beer and turning to the dog said Say dog what will you have Give me a ham sandwich sold the dog with a wag of his tall as the ventrilcquist threw his voice down The proprietor gazed at the dog in openmouthed astonishment scarcely believing his cars Give me another beer And what will you have doggiesaid the actor Another ham sandwitch but dont put so much mustard on it respond ed the dog The proprietor nearly tell oft his chair as he heard the gnawer and ap preaching the actor said Thats a peculiar kind of a dogjou have there what kind is hel Thats one oi the three living specimens ol the Aztec sacred dog sad I have spent several months teaching him to speak Eagllsbsald the performerThats joke said the dog I can get a hundred dollars for him in New York continued the actor You dont have to go anywhere to sell that dog I will give joa a hun dred dollars for him right here and I will make a fortune out ol him Very reluctantly the actor parted with him for the hundred dollars and ns he started to the door the dog saidDid you sell me to that man for one hundred dollart I certainly did said the actor Then I will never speak again and he lay down oa the floor while the man with the ccol hundred went out the door And he never spoke again The man who was cocksure that tin plate could never be made in this country is now urging the reduction of duty to cripple the metal manufac tunes If putting on the duty would not piotect how can removing it have any effect The inconsiderate Porto Ricans con tinue to make It unpleasant for the distinguished statesmen and prophets who compose the Kansas City plat form Instead of contenting them selves with the absolute FreeTrade with the United States for which they were held to be pining they are now demaedinga special Tariff duty in their favor against the coffee now coming free into the island from Bra zil and the United StatesNew York Tribune Help young ladles to withstand the shock ol sudden proposals thats what Rocky Mountain Tea has done 35c Made by Madison Medicine Co Ask your druggist m An old criminal was once asked what was the first step that led him to ruin He said The first step was cheating an editor out of sub scription and when I had done that the devil had such a grip on me that I could not shake him olTEx THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards aro Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Pol tlve Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by paiiodlcal or constant use ol intox icating liquors requires an antidote capable ol neutralizing and eradicat ing poison and destroying the craving for intoxatants Sufferers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faith ful use according to directions of this wonderluT discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands ofDrunk- ards into sober industrious and up right men- Wlvescure your husbands II Chllv dren cure your fathersl I This rem edy Is in no sense nostrum but is a specific for this disease only and fa- so skillfully 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 coffee without the knowledge of the person lake lug it Thousands of drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedyand as mauy more have been 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 ape parent and leading improvement Drive out the disease at once and for all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach of everybody a treatment more effectual than others cost aC1comlprepaid to any part of the world on I one dollar Address Dept I Elwin B Giles and 2332 Market street PhiladelphiaIAll correspondents ential I MKINLEYS INFANT i INDUSTRY The Democrats Said it Couldnt Even be Born and Now Look at It I When the McKinley Tariff was en acted one of the primary oljects to be attained was the establishment of the tin plate industry Up to that period the manufacture of tin plate in the United States was considered Impra ticable and unprofitable All the tinplate used in this country was im ported from Wales Millions were annually paid by American Importers while tin plate constituted one of the heaviest items among the American importsIn when William Jennings Bryan made his first campaign for a seat in Congress and again in 1892 he boldly declared that the duty on tin plate was one of the most inlqni tlous robberies ever perpetrated upo the nation and ridiculed the idea tha there would ever be such a thing as a tin plate industry in the United States In speeches made by him and other Democratic leaders in the House during the discussions of theI Wilton bill the same assertions were repeated with the prediction that nc body would live long enonght to see any considerable quantity ol tin plate made In America These assertions hove been contra dieted most effectively in the great steel workers strike now ip progress Among the establishments Involved in the great strike art 249 tin plate mills employing more than 22000 menhis shows conclusively that McKin leys infant industry has grown to vast proportionsIn fact it has al most completely stopped the Importation of tin plate from Welsh factories and the most remarkable eOect of th change is that American tin plate is cheaper than the imported tin plate was before the McKinley Tariff went into effect Omaha Neb Bee 4 No one knows the unbearable tor ture the peculiar and agonizing pain caused by piles unless they have ant fered from them Many believe them Incurable This is a mistake Prop er treatment will cure them Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infallible cure Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 cts J II Williams m Ionk A Stud in Tune Save nine Hughes Tonic taatepteniuint ta ken in early Hprln and Fall prevent Ctillln Dengo and Malarial Fever Act on the liver tone nu tile jvtem Hotter than Calomel and VrugglAtaThe political question of overwhelm- Ing importance in this country is whether twenty million wage workers or whatever the number is shall aver age 2 a day or more rather than 1 50 a day or less and have plenty of occupation Whether they pay four cents a pound for sugar or five is trifling in comparison Doat Tobacco Spit ad Smut Tour tJft Lacey To quit tobacco sadly nod forever be mag netic Mil of lite nerta and vigor take NoTo nat the wnnderworUe that makes weak men strong All drucvltu n orll Cure guaran teed Booklet and sample free Address Sterling Remedy Co Chicago or New York An Eloquent Effusion An editorial writer of the Commer cial Tribune breaks forth in the fol lowing flowerery flow of melting per rods We are unable to say whether it Is a song of rejoicing or the out pouring of an overburdened soul Cincinnatis most exclusive tax and reform circles were shocked yes terday on reading in the Commercial Tribune that Cal Fenner watchdog of the treasury and relormer of all municipal evils had so far fallen from grace as to allow himself to be caught for a measley neglect to duplicate takes due and payable at the Building where Cal sits at the feet o Cinclnnatus and envolves schemes whereby tax dodgers can be brought to grief Had there been another Cal Fenner In tht city public opinion would have spotted the dodging Fen net as district and altogether different from our own our onllest Caland placed the bnrdeh of odium on the shoulders of the pretender But dil llgent search of tax records director lea reform petitions injunctions and mandamuses torestrain taxdodglug and compel liquidation at the offices of the City add County Treasuries compelled the unwilling acknowledge ment that it was indeed our own Cal whose voice is always rained on behalf of the tax duplicate lime Ire lacrutttc hence these seeps and the- grief that an idol has fallen and that Cincinnati doll is stuffed with saw dust I Ol course when a muscular band at the end of a brawny arm of a minion of the law laid itself on Cals shoulders there came to him an awakening to the fact that his forget- tery had been dominating him and he pleaded permission to walk up to the Captains office and settle To day he is no longer a taxdodger He walks erect before all ether dodgers with a receipt In his pocket end is again ready to take on engagements lor the protection ol the City Treas ury and give the benefit of lila vast experience at reforming to all who t- a w nomaa may not have a private policeman to whom their troubles may be told Alas poor Call We knew him wella fellow of Infinite jest when he could get his clamps on n tax dodger and whose chief delight was ever to let loose tbe vials of wrath upon the delinquent I RIP The glory of Ichabod is departed and the one time eflver tongued denunciator and orator of reform is silent and still as the marble hals of fair Albambra When next Mr Fenner meets with his fellow members o tbe Committee of Retrenchment and Comparisons of the Taxpayers Association let the mantle of charity fall upon him and no invidious toaiparisons be made concernlg tbe repentant sinner To those who have tears to weep let them weep them row and to those who have time to spend let them spend it In listening to Cals explanation of how be fell Roar grace while old Cincinnatus winks his other eye a OASTcnXAnBean Always Bout cfrtf2T8No Note of Despair One tact in connection with the re cent drought must have struck even the most casual observer of passing events lu all the accounts that have come from the West of crops burned dlsappolnledI five years more than this does Let anyone imagine if he can the result of such a dlouth as that just ended coming in 1895 The country was then laboring under the Msattrs brought on by Grover Clevelands low tariff policy The production of manufactures had been cut down in every direction and in some instances it had ceased entirely If a ongcoc hadeoccurred in the summer of 1895 the loss and suffering entailed would have been almost incalculable It would needed years to recover from it Now thanks to five years of Protection the country is rich It has a large reserve force which it can draw upon In case of need Consequently the loss in crops by the recent drought will not mean a reduction to poverty as it would have done in 1895 but on ly a reduction of the expected deposit in the savings bank by the farmer and the workingman This can be borne without complaint And that is why there is no note of despair in Western comment on the drought Philadelphia Press If a dealer asks you to take some thing said to be just as good as Rocky Mountain Tea made by Madi son Medicine Co ask him It he makes more money Ask your drug gist m- t71Lt9iORI r A Bean theih5 Kind You Han Mars Benefit Blgaitut f 1l of M Magistrate Tries Himself For twenty years Magistrate Court right has been dealing out justice in this city and he has been a severe judge The records show that in that period more than 5060 persons have come beforeiblm for drunkenness and mighty few of them failed to feel the weight of the arm of the law But recently the Magistrate learned how easy it was to fall A friend from Vancouver came to see him and they went out together to see the town They saw a great deal of it and alter taking his friend to his ho tel the Magistrate was so happy that he went ont again to see some more He returned to the hotel soon that and insisted on dancing an IndianI dance in front ot it and showing how propelsfmorning the Magistrate opened court a little late There wnsn unusually large attendance because there was some idea that something would hap pen The Magistrate took his seat and tapped for order Then he called Prank Couttrigbt stand upl The Magistrate stood up Then he solemnly tried himself for being drunk and disorderly and fined himself 20 frit But said the Maglstrtte addressing himself for twenty years you have been a sober and respected citizen of this community III consid en lion of that twenty years of good conduct I will remit the fine A burnt of applause was sternly ie pressed by the court and the next case was called Wlnnepeg Tel to the New York SunIBallards stant relief In cases of BleedlngBurns Bruises Scalds Cuts etc Price 25 and 5l cts J II Williams mI Cl r nfeeG900 aary Yearly Nan nod Women ol send aJdn e to reimveut UK eome to truest appointing mnnte other fur omllIOOIIlIad 1101rll S t L An Old Pastor Rev Jamei Polndexter Colnmbui O- No man lu the capital city of the State of Ohio li hotter known than the Rev yoarliehaaheISecond Baptist Church of that city Every day hIs venerable figure and kindly face may bo seen on the streets of tho city where hi has labored for so- manyyears What a history ot honey olonco and solf sat ritlce night bo written by simply giving the detalla of tho everyday life of this faithful pastor and eloquent preacher But old age comes to the bos tot mOD The rheumatics peculiar to advanced i age had already begun Its insidious ray ages when it became necessary to And at remedy if possible that his days ef use fulness might not be shortened An efficient nerve teale that would stimulate tho circulation improve the digestion and Increase the tone and vigor ot his whole system was needed The only remedy capable of meeting all these indications was found to b Pea BartmaaheMy attention was called some time ago to your medicine for rheumatia troubles by Mr Cook an old reliable druggist of this oily and take pleasure In saying that I have tried them sad found thom good It is my opinion that the remedy Peruna is Justly entitled to ttio tame which it has throughout the United States Address Tho Parana Medicine Co Columbus 0 for free catarrh book HughesChillTonic crrrPaJatabJeBetterthan Calomel Quinine Contains no Arsenic THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent GENERAL TONIC- A well iu n fare unre for IlIlMJii and FE VBIIH ilaliriul lever Swamp Fern aid 1111 loa Feytts- dIt Never FailsJust what you need at this season MILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDATIVE SPLENDID TONIC t Uaarnnteelby your Prairglvt iha1take nnj substitute Try ItWc and t1no PREPARED B- YRobinsonPettet CoeS7tW IXCOIICOIIAT- BDLoulavlllo 1 Ky = 1 P DAmlrllaDB3 O itiBest reached bv the JtLINm ENT AL RIR Through MtTln via nempbls LouUrllle On dnuati and Clovilimil effective oi and after N7 IS nnd roniUUnc o- lSLEEPINGCAR WITHOUT CHANGE nlt1WHHN few Orleans k ANDtBuffalo An evening departure from New Or leans and a morning arrival at Baflalo 5 DININGCAR SERVICE AND BUFFETLIBRARY CARS En tout Partknlnrs ofitmuuot the Illlnsli Central cad connctlag line Wti UUIBAY Ills lour Agent New Oilcan Jut A SCOTT Piiltlon IBMT Agent umpbti Al1lfASwora W A KtLUixu A u p A CSleago Loubrllle Slew Are Tear Kidney t slilleureallkidney11L6aralireAdiater y t A FREE PATTERN year own Mltclloa to rtr sib scriber Only M cut a year NC tALCSAIMAGAIIREV TA LADIES MAGAZINE J rutIaNay llut7LadeSImplsUptadauPerfectFlttluir Paper Pat- tecdsTMCALLAII BAZAI- LL1A1TEPJ1S At StillS Alkmed M4 rtrftNtutt Sou toe Baittag ttt Soollt tilts bigheAblf and ttwo of ey mjul born TUG MoCALL CO II3ll117 Nest 31st St NtWYOtX c I a r J v VtJZ y 1T j w I Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 30 JON ROUIILIIdlor =ctcrco c= =ottgb n1v Cinib rl nd L Itiutit Fridays ty tilt Hartford Iub CoIncoporattd EnliiUitHirtferdpntotriti IS seond cass mill matter ehave dono my best to understand my duty in J j State aflhirs I cant in J I dorse Mr Taylors course t and to vote for Yerkes would be to indorso all f the lawlessness of last wmtorJ P MILLER A NOTICE Owing to the serious illness of Mre Magdalene Rogers mother of the ed itor of tbis paper all editorial matter is omitted from tbia issue RUSTICUS Propounds a few Questions to Judge Miller And Taps up A G Benton Some Henry Clay said I would rather be right than President Jas P Miller says I am anything for office I was a Republican at one time I voted for and Indorsed every thing they advocated Time rolled on and I decided to stand over on the Populist platform with my foot fixed firmly on the breast of Democracy I must roll on with the trend of af fairs I mast loose my foct and stand up with these fellows I want to hold my job Now boys I indorse everything that Democracy holds dear Leave politics out and slide me in A man who is a mere machine whose patent right was obtained in the world of chance is not fit to hold office I have but very little use for a man as a county officer who classes me with murdeis and outlaws Hello brother if you voted for Mr Yerkes you are a man who indorses murder and outlawness so says Judge Miller Suppose he means by that every tel low who indorsed Republicism is ready to drag out Here is a question that I would like for Judge Miller to answer In the eyes oi God which class ol voters are looked upon as being men who In dorsed a murderer Goebels followers or the men who voted for Yerkes You calm Mr Miller that it was a dishonor for n man to vote for Mr Yerkes You base sour reasons on murder Now tell me if this is dls honest Where under the canopies of heaven can you justify yourself in voting for the man who actually kill ed his leilowman Why tot reason for one moment here on this point I am driven to believe that it Is like the fellow who was condemned for stealing a horse He tried to justify himself by telliqg that his neighbor had stolen a horse also This was good evidence that the former was guilty The top line is keyed on the same scale and sung with the same object in view just like the Benton letter the Herald scribe tried to crush Mr Rogers out by false pretenses This he tailed to do and instead ot easIng up t his guilt he comes and condemns Supt Rogers by saying he is guilty of fiaud Yes someboiy I IIRustcussslnate the character of a young manI whose record was at that time now above reproach Mr Benton I you seem to need every little thing for a club to try to smash the head of our ticket RUTICCS I Barretts Ferry Aug 27 j i SMALLHOUSE KYIRev E D Maddox was present at his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday Rev W R Oldham ol Rochester who was visiting friends and relatives in this community be log present on Saturday was invited by the pastor to preach lie preach ed an interetting sermon Rev G H Lawrence who has been absent from his home fur several weeks holding a protracted meeting at Pleasant Walk returned Sunday lIe laptizid at that place on Satur day 22 ptople In eleven minutes Mius Leila Hunter who has been the guest of her uncle Mr James Bennett f Mtnrzis lor the past weak n tlllld lime Sunday Mis JIIII C Drukfi sun Miss Nellie Kotutsou itiurncii home Tuesday tot Utica atiu OCr bOIO where they I tpcntawttk wih reUtivrs Miss V jrrtfOTi will stntt for O ensboro Muiiuay Mr Henry Ilerhart Union ccun conmlunlItyMr Cecil Drake Newhope neigh borhcod visited relatives here Satur day and Sunday j The school at this pace will begin September 1st with Mr Clintot Igc hart as teacher Mrs John Withrow visited her grandmother Mrs T L Vithov ot Central City a few days last week MARION SOLDIERS IOMIS A Haven to Uncle Wounded Interesting Information From J W Snouse Mr John Shouse of the U S Sol diers Home at Marlon Indiana has given us some Interesting Informa tion regarding that institution which we publish in order that nil may ap preciate his graphic account Mr Shouse has been an inmate of the Home about three months only and Is now here to spend his months va cationMr Shouse first describes the build- Ings as clean and commodious The3 ate situated in large well kept grounds about three miles from the flourish ing city of Marion and are connected with that town by three systems ol electric cars running side by side I the twostory buildings proper arc twelve subdivisions 30 by 300 feet These are all under one great system ot rules enforced by three commls sloned officers the Governor Treas urer and QuarterMaster The building is divided Into practical lines beginning with a librarj of 4000 choice volumes a reception room a reading room billiard room dining hall kitchen and the domator lea- dThe dining hall is quite large an can seat ioco men at the table at onetime each table holding from twelve to fourteen men The sold Ius have entire charge ol the culinary department receiving remuneration for their services how ever and to give an idea of the quan tlty of food cooked and consumed it I to usual sight to see twentyfive Men each carrying a four gallon pot ol coffee to the tables To facilitate matters wagons with three wheels and three shelveslike compartments are used for the con veyance of other foods from kitchen to dining room- Naturally in an institution having between 2000 and 2500 inmates a hospital would be a necessary adjunct There are three buildings of this kind on the grounds each 700 feet long and a separate dining hall is provided fo reach Nearby is the burying ground which is always kept in good order There in the twelve years of the Homes existence are burled seven hundred dead More than that number lave died but a great many are sent to their homes or burled by friends A soldier has many privi leges notwithstanding his restric tlons After having been an inmate thirty days he is given a red badge which signifies that he may be absent from the home from eight oclock tit six in the evening Then at the ex piration of six months the extra privilege of remaining away two days and one night consecutively is grantedDuring the summer months a bard composed of the soldiers holds a con cert every other night which is cot only a diversion to the Homes in mates but an occasion of great pleas ure to the people of Marion who come out on the cars In forces of two thous and or more All in all this Home is considered the best outs kind In the United States While there are more larger among them the Dayton 0 institu tion there are none conducted on a- more systematic basis Uncle Sam is to be congratulated I CRAY TAKJ stored Why let all your friends think you must be oluer than you are r Yet its impossible to look young with the color 70 years in Li the hajr Its sad to personslook in this way Sade cause its all unneces sary forgray hair may be re I to its l nat ural colorby ing neighbors wentyVe IQOFl For over half a century this has been thes preparation dressing stops fall ing of the makes the hair grow andecleanses the scalp from dandruff l00a bottle AlUruftliU pulJlleaanalrIGOr IDXB80IIApU24lbVJ U you do not obtain aU the txntSU writLbsfiLl 0 AYER LowsUMu I u thp vl a expenditure his fuqdfl in this directionBreetrrldgeNewFalse EDITOR REPonucAN I desire to state that the reports which are being circulated that I will vote the Demo cratic ticket arc false and there Is n truth In them They are made b Democrats without authority and for the purpose ol Injuring me I desire to state that I ataa Republican and will cast my vote at the coming November election for the entire Republican ticket I know that our ticket is composed of good honest safe industrious men and that they will make good and efficient officers and no one could make any mistake In voting for them I think that it is the duty of all Republicans to stand together and vote for the Republican tict at the November election this faIlours respectfullyG TafTee Ky Aug 24 1901 nRENDER KY Aug 27 Mr J H Brown gener al manager ot the C C I Coc stole at Ruder went to Central Cilj last Thursday on business Mr Willie James clerk for the C C I Co at Render visited rela tivkj and friends at Centertown last Sunday Mr E L Mjers of this city vlsl ted friends at Centtal City last Sun dayMessrs Simon Stevens and E II Gwynn are attending the conclave al LouisvilleMr Blackburn who has been lying at the point of death witb congestion of the brain is recovering rapidly Mr Ellis Hudson is on the sick list at this writing There was a nice crowd from Ren der attended the grand game of base ball at Leitchfield last Sunday be tween the strong teams of Leitchfield and Render It was easy for Render to defeat the Leitcbfield boys with the reliable pitchers Joe James and WII Sloan in the box This was James first game to pitch The Render boys received good treatment Last Satnr day Render defeated Centertown at Render the score stood 27 for Render and 15 for Centertown Rev L B Steersman ot Bremen filled his regular appointment here last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Henry Rowe who has been visiting relatives and friends in Ren eer has returned to her home in Leltc field Mr Willie Kelly visited friends in Leitcbfield last SundayCORRESPONDENT p Died of Typhoid Fever Miss Amble Ford a bjight young woman of twenty years died last Saturday August 24 ol typhoid fever while on a visit to her brother J W Ford at Woodbine W Va Her remains were brought to Fordsvllle her home Monday where she was buried Tuesday Bn ckeardge News In Memory Mrs Dona Deaver wile of Wilbur Deaver died at her home near Sul phnr Springs August the 25th and was burled the following day at the Midkiff graveyard She had not bet n sick but a few days but had the ty phoid fever and hemorrhage of the towels She was seventeen years old and had only been married n short time She was a cheerful and lovable wife She was a faithful and devoted member of the Baptist church She leaves a husband mother and father and a host of friends to mourn her death A FRIEND Mute Colt Show I will give a premium of to for the best mule colt sired by either of my Jacks at Centertown Ky Sept 14 1 901 There will be present some mule buyers at Centertown on that day 63t F M ALLEN p p Police Raided Gambling Game The gamblers who had ptepared to grow rich suddenly at the expense ot thecunclave visitors were rudely in Tuesday by the police who jterruptednumber of places and arrested charge besides confisU eating tbe paraphenalla It seems that a general plan to open up all over the city had been formed and for five hours things were run ning at full blast The play was heavy and many a sucker was flteced before the officers stopped the gameTheodore Thomas was the first man to be crresed He Is charged with setting up and running a game of chance The game was conducted in Ed Weylars ialojn at Sixth and Mar ket streets Weylar was also taken nto custody and held on a charge ofc suffering gaming on his premises A layout ol chuck aluck was found and taken as evidence The Log Cabin saloon on Market near Fourth wai the second place to be raided A spindle wheel was found in operation here with A C Patton as tbe presiding genius He was arrested and Stewait tbe proprl tor was charged with suffering gam ing and Patton with setting up andn cbanceI proprietor between DONT BE FOOLEDuTake f ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA sled only by Madison Mtdl cine MdlonlWII It keeps you uur murk cut on each package I soi4Inlute Alk your drurflit I k Jt MARCH THE 4TH 1901 Since the Adoption of the Chi HaveyBeen and am Now a Democrat July 19 l9OOl am a Populist I am for Everything the Populist Have Advocated I DOrJtl ropo8e to rmlce 01 e- BackVarcl Step for i11Y- NoIIliiriettic ri cD r Office TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY I have heretofore in response to certain friends of mine made what conceived to bo a clear and explicit statement of my political position Jxst there should bonny misappre hension however in the mind of anyman on this subject I will add to what 1 have1 already stated that since the abop tion of the Chicago Platform by the Democratic National Convention in 1896 and the reaffirmation of this Plat form by the Democratic party in Kentucky I have been and am now a Democrat As I understand the things necessary to constitute party affiliation in this country are first allegiance to party platform and second support 01 party nominees- I had supposed that my political position as here defined was clearly understood by my friends in this county und I trust that there can be no longer any room for misapprehoiv sion on this subjeot nominated for County Judgo by the Democratic Con vention which meets in Hartford next Monday I expect to be nominated as a Democrat and shall ask the nomination IIas a Democrat I shall submit to the action of that Con vention und cheerfully support its nominees whoever they may be on the Democratic Platform which that Convention will adopt Very respectfully March 1 1901 J P MILLER Judge Millers Democracy is being seriously questioned by many just now and well might it be too for during the 97 campaign ha told va rious Republicans that he was just ai gooda Republican as anybody and at the same time he was sailing under the Populist fusion banner It is quite true that on the 1th of March last he published a signed statement that he was and had been a Democrat since 90 had endorsed all the platforms and supported all the nomineesGoebel included The card speaks for itself it is quoted above and should have the atten tion of every citizen Below we give a letter in full which was written in answer to an inquiry last year as to whether or not he bad deserted the Populist party It is self explanatory 11 c Ij Ij OiI000 Mil T F CitownKit MANDA KYDear Sir Yours to hand andcontents noted I am glad to hear from you I am not surprised at anything that you may hear about me you will likely hear between now and the election that I have stolen a Rail Road robed a bank or raped theQueen of Eng land anything that will discredit ne I a the eyes of my friends but let it come I am a Populist Still and will pay no at tention to these Slanders 1 am very busy taking care of the business the people of Ohio county have placed in my hands find have no time to fool away with those who wouldslander me I am for everything the Populist have advocated I dont propose to take one backward step for any nomination Or Office I ani for r Mr Bryan foPresident because ho was nominated by the regular Populist convention on a Pop ulist pllttfo m and if the Democrats and Freo Silver Repub icans get on our Platform wo cant help it but they cant run us on we got there first I would bo glad to see you and talk this matter over but it would take mo all lay to write you about it I hope you know mo and there are oth ers that know me and you will hear oven worse things than have yet been said but I am a Populist I mn trying to do right Give my respects to my friends if I have any J P MILLER- If any man can read these letters and say of a truth I know Judge Miller is a Democrat or that heis a Populist we will take ofl our hat to him Whoever dreamed that Judge Miller would steal a railroad or that he was guilty of having robeda bank or that he would ever attempt to rape the Queen of England The only charge that had been preferred against him at that time was that ho had joined his fortunes with the Democratic party He declared himself to be a Demo crat in the convention held at the court house during the early part of July which appointed delegates to the Lexington convention and wei so reported him to the public This was all that was said of him which seems to have slander him What Slander him to call him a Dew ocrat You see what he said it is not our saying its his own language He was charged with Democracy and so nauseating was it to his mental stomach that it revolted against it and actual y emitted the above letter as a result of the nausea It will puzzle the wisest to harmonize these manuscripts We cant do it Its yours gentle reader to have and to hold fix it for yourself- A man that likes this sort of thing this is the sort of thing that ho likes Sixth and Seventh was arrested by Corporals Monsch and Baker A rap game was found In progress In this saloon Dan Payne the dealer was also arrested Sergeant Dora and Patrolman Gal legher found William BIdwell and H M Miner operating a big spindle wheel In a vacant store room on Market street bttween Eighth and Ninth streets They were arrested and the paraphernalia taken About 350 was lound in the cash drawerCom ercial Mob Disperses Little Rock Ark Aug 27A- mob ol about zoo remained In the vi- lulty of the Federal jail at Fort Smith nelgrodaughter ofa Frisco road employe The mob was without a leader and I upon being advised of the danger It would incur by breaking into a Unit ed States jail dispersed alter making a noisy demonstration against the I prisoner Watson the father of the child advised the mob to let the law take Its course A young lady dropped into a local furnishing store recently and said Itis mv desire to obtain a pair of circular elastic appendages capable of being contracted and expanded by means oscillating burned steel appll ances that sparkle like pat tides of gold leaf set with Alaska diamonds and which are utilized or keeping in position the habllments of the lower extremities which innate delicacy forbids me to mention The bashful youth blushed piofusely as he handed her a pair of garters the articles she was seeking Educate Your Haneii with Cuicareti Candy CRth4ftlcicure constipation forever SOCIe refund roones r Forewarned ForearmedThe liability to disease is greatly lersencd when the blood is in good condition and tIme circulation healthy and vigorous For then nil refuse matter Is promptly carried out of the system i otherwise it would rapidly accumulate fermentation would take place the blood become polluted and the consti tutlon so weakened that a simple malady might result seriously A healthy active circulation means good digestion and strong healthy nervesAs blood purifier and tonic S S S has no equal It is the safest and best remedy for old anti children because it contains no minerals but is made exclusively of roots and herbs No other remedy so thoroughlyand effectually cleanses same purities time it Attho builds SSS the weak and tie bilitated and reno vates the entire sys tem It cures permanently all manner of blood and Mr E E Ktllr of Urbana O writut 19fflvewhite pustule Crust would form and drop ol lenlne tbo akin red and Inflamed The doctor dId Die no good I used all the medicated and calves without benefit 68 8 cured me end my akin IM aa clear and amooth M any onoe Mr Uenrr Siegfried of Cape 7syN J aaya that twentyone bottle U H S cured tier of Uanoerof the breast l oo tore each Mend thought her cue hopeless Blobard T Gardner Florenoe 8 O authored for year with Holla Two bot tin ot B B B his blood In con disappearedL write our physicians about your case lreeIco ATLANTA GA FIRST COAL- OIL Was Manufactured in Ken tucky at Cloverport in Breckinridge Co KING EDWARD TilE VII Of England Was a Member of the Company and a Shrewd Yankee MADE HIS MONEY FLY Although not one in a thousand know it people coming down the L II St 14It R pass at Cloverport within a short distance ol the place where King Edward VII cf England made his only extensive American in vestment and lust The site of the royal speculation Is a geographical and geological reek in the southwestern part of Breckinrldge county The point in question is a hill one hundred feet high compris ing about i 000 acres which were thrown up in past ages by some gi gantic vulso3 of cst in naturfInJlbhrfh the King whi c tin the prince ul Walt nbiut t25 HIIXXJ tuiing tlir course tf a few tunrths Geoogitti say this hill is ifi n luted to any oth er in the State Ucr it arc two veins ol i oil fcn l icri ta not another vein of tbir niff rrM nlthn 50 mills of the Breckiutidge county deposit Twentyfive years btfuie the dl cov cry of petrol urn coal oil wits manu facturer fiin thi canrtl c n at Cli verport So much gas was generated that a light house which burned day and night was etUbllsbed and be came a land mark on the Ohio river fifty years ago It was the first coal oil ever seen or burned in Henderson In 1884 D H Yoemans an East erner appealed In London nail cut a wide swath Ills visit ended by the putchase of the mines by a syndicate of Englishmen including his royal highness the prince rf Wales under the title of the Breckinrldge company limitedThey put a vast force of men to work and the way the manager spent money was a wonder It cost J8 to mine a ton of coal which old for 7 This condition prevailed for several years The last manager an Amen can saved the company from absolute rln AM the EnRIhmen ever got utrfthe hill was 30000010 sol coal fnd j 1 5 1000 worth rl law suits The mints were abandoned two or more years ago There Is naid to be a likeness of a human leg carved from this Breckin ridge county cannel coal on exhibi tlon at the British museum Hender son Gleaner Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by coastitutlonal remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lin ing of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumb ling sound or Imperfect nearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the infltmatlon cm be taken out and this tube restor el to its normal condition heating will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which Is nothing but an Irfl lined con dillon ofthie mucous surfaces We will give Oe Hundred Hollars lor any case oi Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free P J CHFNRY Co I Toledo O Sold by Druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are the best I J tJ V sw = a 41md Su fJ JI41 l Low Price SaILEo t iii A lV t l I Tho lowest possible prims will prevail here tlmitlgit St 41 tho month of August This in n rcgulnr olwinup i J sale nnd time goods must go ivgnrdlcw of prirw Ai wo itt = will have to nwko room for our large full purolmw tWV 47 Do not delay coming to us lrio w hnvo IKHMJ cut f v- l ripped and slashed from one end of tcnu to limo nth 41 UI Ihuese good lutist go Its Wt do nut rorry nrtid r- J t i front ono Biimmor to another Iklow wo quote yon j 41 n few prices to show you what It little money will buy H I 1 i Washable Goods ll Our SC quality goes for ztfc 41JOC quality Sc 150 quality 4f utfc 3K qiullty isc sc 41 quality lor 1 90 30C quality Or 4 gandles lor 262 240 and 22C 41 Ladies Summer 41 Underwear t3e5c8cj V big reduction on pikes gives 41 you these special bargains this 41 month 41 41- 41 Mens Summer 41 Underwear J ShUts at 2C 2S 29c 33 We 414OC etc Extra quality DalI41 btlggan Suits regular 4a Suit go this month lit 740 A great bargain All sizes We 4also have a few Japanese Silk 47 Suits worth oo n Suit which 4wIlt close out for 144 Draw i ers all kinds at low prices ItIO nearly etdpanyb makes Clothing Clothing edontandyoncanartamocofor44 original piles 1 41I have odds and ends several line It J below cost and at jrrtitt wicrifirv fc 41 intend to clean up find will iL lfyoti IIOCI1flhithlillg iiitnunc we what you want and will surely nitJgreat 13AUCJA1N Itemember place T1CLLINS IIiR I1ttItf11 i The Cheapest Dry Goods Store County rtrtrrrwr Crt c YYYYYTV REPUBLICAN TICKET Inr lllirrornlniltr AIVIH M IIKNMriT- InrCniiniji JmlKr fON itmlilus- frurtu1n17 tourS UA 1L1M Forfniiniy Allornrjr I IIIIAVHIN For Slirrlll 1AI I KrOHV- InrNchnnl hiiirrliilrriitrnlJ- AMIM t ivrisi Inr Jailer TllfUIAN HIArK Ior FIIAMi I4MV- KFnrNnrvrynr JOHN O- Iforfnrnnrr IUM L lAVl4- 2lAUiTllATE llHHli IIAKKH llnrtforil IHotrht- OKO HAUTINCronivrll IlUtrlrt JOHN lIMIASISalhnrHrlnn tUnt H C JIIUKUFoMnTltl IHatrlct Kit JIAHSIBIluford DUIrlcl T UrWrII lltuntrrtown DUlrlrl II J WHCUltoikintt IXnltlct 4STAiIIE JKItOMK tlltdtiiartfori lihtrkt J It I Mill CrorawHI Dlitrlrt Vltld IITHolihorHprlnK lietriit- V IIIUTCIIKIlFiirlmllU ION IlirorB Dhtrlrt- WM CIIANCKMOIITintrrtuwn HUtrlct- IIUMIV llOIIINHONllnetiort Illitrlct Playing The following taken 10111 tlie Herald even a city police department may be duped sometimes If the person mentioned is the same Elmer Lanter we kcow he is anything but a deaf mute a deaf mute Elmer Lanter aged 14 years son of I N Lanter of Richmond Ky who ran away from home and came to Lexington last Monday was picked up by the police Chief of Marshal was told of his presence here by some railroad men and took charge of near tie C 0 passenger depot and sent Pc liceman Dnlon with him to the station There he was seen by a Herald reporter lIe to the report er his story by means of a pencilund paper He to be at the and dumb institution at Dauville Taken home by his parents he displayed the peculiarly sensitive dispjsitbti of deal mutes aVs bjg lather pun ished him eoiuetlyirs lIetlilin list Monday night when the boy dtter r i t I Straw Hats 1 Come and are our Straw lists t all up tc Jtt sjic i dab price ow them tbey 10 for 9 nothing i 1 8 Low Cut Shoes 1 Ladle Lnw Cnt Shoe nuut SOC up We are overstocked In jf this line and must get rid of them They at made by the Brown Shoe Co antI are the 1 latest styles tint No a Utter She than thet above ntiI this moitlt they go tt at n Mcrlfkc JJ t9 1 We have M Jew suits of Sum Itmer that sittiet IK dos l itlor s 75 fs ot lor j 99 We tone n few odd Sumiter I 1I lant that go at abofJt oneHalf of K 4 r4 v a few in our win bo sold a Wo and that low pricvM do jl4 tfnt AIJlIIK us 41 have need you get tin j 4 I IC t in the rer ryy a IkI- IH H II nr II W M W T W U AMKV Dummy Lexington shows how Yesterday Police him police d used deal He i t st mln d to leave home Securing enough mosey to pn his tare In Lex ington he tame tltrf aid lIa been staying about lh d y since Just whetc he olg4brefuses to My The boy t eiMd ety much dls tuibrd because bwaa placed In n cell 5Jand plrftded to be allowed to sit in the office of the autlon He wiole Li t me stay In the obrJOttl with hand culls on mt la here with negroes Ill be so loiKWome Referring to the policeman who took hum In chargethe wioe II that wen dont take me out ol litre the dumb 00will hunt him until death IIIId kill I mean It M God Is In ttraven Pantagraph On actouht of Ubor Day Celebra ion IAdticik Ky September the 2d 1 spccin train will leave Beaver Darn September jtl at 6 oclock a m re Ii t turning have Prfducoh 115 a m Tickets i 75 for the round trip rom theaver Uanl Good only on special trainoJ4 I EorevrrIaketecitet ortSaIt aOC la i to wr dIJrefund money I um rl na TlllIHI X 1 e1egrph Company IIMOIUMIIUTKDI linesInconnected by Its Long Distance line fiveStntesDamRender 0Theycomprehensive and valuable as posit furnlllhingservicetry within a reasonable distance the exchange Rites and other information may be obtained at the exchange over Wills lams Drug Store Hartford Ky C S MCCUUOUGII Manager 4t ROUGH RlVIR TELEPHONECOMPANY IxconrotUTiu Jyouwhore you OHM buyour own tandthe wholo county and business points runtirnlly hy only i nyiiifr i HoughUivor oXlonslifHartford KJor particulars t iI- V We connect with alllndeodndent Companies t 1 K u Jf I Sit 4 yarn c I 411 rHrt tc1 jrJti t J I tYoure Not to lame e7 cJ StJ Wo arc not finding fault with you if you do not i2 J I ttake ndvuntngo ofour BARGAIN SALE on our J l 4 Summer Stark You do not know how much 2- J r moro money we can save you than other liousoe V- Jjf t J Thats all lint just noto those prices r fy ISnliiv line lOt Wiwh Ciomli 85 3is All our 12lo Wiwh floods lOo F Figured FnncySwiwajeold fhr2 o18c j Tf11m l gurnlongooBworlh 25jnowlOo Vy 6- ti Wash Silks sold for 80enow30o j J c2 T gi Iee tIeIcItmte Our lino is now low but wo want u general dean 1i iea1I So we make price that will suit your pursof Iriosmeyera 100 line uow 80- b rrifrinHyer8 125 lino now 100 PrimiiiByerj 15011110 now 1 115 + Prlcnintywr 200 Hno now 185J1 Slippora in other make BOe Too A lJe aJiI fl r s Ja ti to S hts- L J Ss t this wwk wo willirteive a big line of Too and J c 10T Shirt on which we uro going to mako a price i of 50+ Dont buy until you see thorn Nothing j- vf like thorn for tin prim was over shown in Hartford v I p- J r3tet s ct H a ttca Etets- G J linolacrt tt mlvttiUge of thisOureiy a bargain for you O J 1v C oL uC2t J Bring us your Eger Chikeue Fontholi Etc r We will pay highest market prices tJo 4tTHE PLACE IS J I rrL+ 1 L G J + t7 0 1 hn StableIt Good Horses and the Best of Gigs at all TimesJ The most l M lito iitt iition gives customers and thokintles t euro tnktU ofnil slock intnirlcd IVulir in UUGGII S aft 1 WAdOXS Will ubI haiullu tin FAMOUS OX BRAND KERT1LIXKH feS TERMS STRICTLY CASHSsir K C TATfLQR Props r ft slLVKSSOK TO KKOWN h TAYIOH t J3 r1iLOrd entUoky Hartford Republican nu FRIDAY AUGUST 30 J Illinois Central RallrondTlroo Tablet New tlHM rurl luktiK Mrt Modal nee I- JolIt DOOll JVnrlli llnniiil Nnntrt ll11No 132 iln 4111 n in No III ItltII m No IM du3011 m- Nolrrdoelrlapm So M m N altldorsinL- oral rrerghte Noteldueibwm It slit lit a nPNo TOK lmwt R + seeIketIn time flolJ b druMlrtt O Miss Nell Austin has returned to Hnrtfor1 Mrs Jennie Mosley of Owensboro is in the city Mr MArtin the Jeweler will repair your pistol Mr 111 H nvrin was In LiuU vllle this wctfk Nicest assortment ol fruits In the Jcity at Singer Office 4 Mr R C Jackson ol Pentis called to ace us last Saturday Cheese and Sausige conitontly on hand nt Singer Office j Mrs PL Felix And children are visiting in Louisville Try tli o ic sweet nod sour pickles at the Singer Office Fine If yon want dainty cakes and creels era go the loger Office C R Martin jeweler and wateh maker =at Williams drug store Attnney II P Taylor win in Pa ducal Monday on legal buslnesg Y Rev G 1L Lawrence of Small t llouseFcd to ate us Motdiy Mr Ira Bean has purchased an in q terest in the firm ol Carson Co Coal constantly np hand at tlie Dr 1j f Miller Bank YORK HARms C n r K IDo you known that Gross William e I will sell you a sewing machine for fs IUr J B Wilson and wife are vlsl ting relatives near Prentis this week i Mr Shelby Taylor ol Crowley Ln its visiting relatlveSMn the county thi Iwk II you want a gtoi shotgun nt a reasonable price go tffGriffins drugstore Mr W M Fair of the popular Cmi of hair Co was In Louisville thls week hel1lIllIlerOf course you know where to go to hot peanuts and buttered popcorn Singer Office Mr Will Bean whohas been o n the sick list for several days ha about recovered For soda water lemonade phcs phates ice cream sherbert c go t the Slrtgcr Office Ctcujt Clerk Sun A Anderson Me brother Carl A Anderson were i Louisville this week Mr H P Banes of the firm of E P Barnes Bro Beaver Dam wa in IxmUvillc this week Mesara D B Rhoida Amble Chink and C D Chick Beaver Dam were in t wn yesterday Mr A 0 Duke oi St Louis Mo Is The guest of his uncle Mr J Han Barnes near Beaver Darn It you want to buy a sewing ma chine why dont you write Gros Williams to bring you onr Mr and Mrs Alex Barnett seen last Sunday in the country the guest ollJ and Mrs S T Bennett Mffsa Mary Jnylor and Master Jphn Taylor returned Sunday from an ex tended visit to Buff do and Detroit A good wagon an good dral hbrjei to exchange fr prod mile cows or buggy V M MiMua rrJ- r Ion SALnA flue young Spanish Jack Apply to M W Barnard 63t p Hartford Ky Mrs C M Barnett who was reported critically ill last week has so far recovered that she is able to be up Piof C II Hills who has been nt teudlng school at Valparaiso Ind has returned to his home near town The five months old child ol Mr and Mrs Joe Kverly of Point Pleas ant is very sick of stomach trouble At Hayti Saturday night Bud Tay lor of col was shot throught the tight shoulder by sonic uuknown party e7oMrs Carson and Miss Lillie Vow ell ol Owensboro arc the guests of Mr W T Woodwards family at Mc Henry Mrs Eliza Riley who has been spending the summer with her son Mr J C Riley lef for her home near Buford Monday Mr S P Taylor of Beaver Dam and Mrs Umma Austin were married in Calhoon last Sunday Rev T S McCall officiating Mr J Lawton Klein a lormer em ploye ol Trig RRrunucAM but now a typo on The Hartford Herald is quite sickof typhoid fever See the stock of new Guns at Grll fins drug store Good Guns at low prices A splendid variety ol differ ent makes every one guaranteed STRAYED One black horse mule 2 years old medium size Informant will address me at Hartford atl L B DAVIS Miss Bessie Morton day operator in the Cumberland Exchange office at this place is spending the week in Louisville attending the big conclave Miss Belle Flake of St Charles Ky who has been the guest of her uncle Mr Hcber Matthews for sev oral days returned to her home Sunday You can buy the best machine the Singer on earth of Gross Williams Try paying five dollars down and three doilata per monthten cents per day The Preston Morton Post No 4 G A RL will meet at the court house te morrow at I oclock p m All com rades are invited also the Sons ol Veterans Miss Mary Smith who has for thet past three weeks been visiting friends and relatives in Owensboro and FordsIville returned to her home place Wednesday The hunting season Is now at hand and if you want a good reliable gun ol any kind call at Griffins drugstore A large variety at prices that will make them sellIMessrs Carson Co have purchased the vacant lot on Market street adjacent to the Singer office and have begun work preparatory to the erec tion of n large store house Mrs Dr J H White and little soncJ Master Sam who have been guests of Mrs Whites parents and Mrs S K Cox returned to theire home at Charleston Mo Tuesday Mr and Mrs J H Pirtle and two children who have been the guests of Mr Tittles parents Mr and Mrs F W Pirtle of near town returned to their home at Verratlles Tuesday C R Martin the old reliable Jewf eler and watch and clock now at the drug store of J H WillI lams Hartlord nbcrevhe is prepared cJlineMissis Madie and Lula Walker who have been visiting their grandparents otbIer near town return ed to their home in Lexington Ky Tuesday Mr CS McCullough who for some months has been manager of the Cumberland Telephone Exchange at this place will leave about the first of the month We do not know whor berbetMrs Dona Denver wife of Mr VII bur Deaver of near Sulphur Springs r died of typhoid lever at her home last Sunday night The remains were burled in the Buck MidkiQ burying grounds Monday I Mr and Mrs JHBCaison went to Loulsvilc Monday Mr Carson will visit Cincinnati and other Eastern cities before returning home and will theofirmorCnIl01Cot IThe new Methodist church near thensecond Sunday in September instead 01 the third as was stated in lasts weeks issue There will also be din ner oa the ground for everybody r Dr and Mrs JR Pirtle will move into their handsome new home onI Union street next week The Doc tors new house when entirely com I pleted will be one of the most desire ble residences in town if not the most 3 DOCTORS t Consumption can bo cured Naturonlonowontdolt Itnoods I holp Doctors sayIScotts Emulsion is tho best help But you mustIcontinuo Its uso oven In weatherIf not tried It tend for free wimple t BCOTT DOWN ChcmliU lWtl Street New York 1soco ricolalt druggist it l Shotguns from the cheapest to the l est at Griffins drug store Every one guaranteed Call and see them At the time of going to press the condition of Mrs Magdalene Rogers was very serious It was not thought that she could live through the night Dr S D Taylor Messrs C W Taylor K P Taylor J H Barnes J O McKenney and N Barrass Beaver Dam attended the conclave in Louis ville this week Rev G II Lawrence of Small house closed a very successful revival meeting at Pleasant Walk church near Shreve on last Sunday There were about thirty profession twenty five additions to the chutch and twentytwo baptized on last Sunday in the presence of about i 030 people List of letters remaining in the post office whlce if not called for in thirty days will be sent to the dead letter office Miss Helen Baker Miss Cor nelia Young Miss Viola Reddish Miss Noll Rlaln Mr George E Ross Mr John Westetfield Mr Henry Sul lenger Judge R R Wedding hits returned to Hartford and began the practice ol his profession The Judge Is an old reliable lawyer and all business In trusted to his care will be promptly attended to He can be found at the County Attorneys office in the court hodse The protracted meeting which has been in progress at Mt Herman for the past two weeks is still in prog ress So far there has been eight or ten professions of religion and a great revival among the Christian people of that community Kev Given of Livermore Is assisting the pastor Rev Bennett A heavy rain and hall storm visited the Union community Monday night doing considerable damage to the corn crop and destioylng the tobacco crops of Messrs Mason Taylor Robt Brown and W Kindall The hailstorm seems tram reports to have been local and little other damAge- was done except to the crops of the parties mentioned Miss Amble Ford died at the residence of her brother in Woodbine West Virginia last Saturday of typhoid fever Her remains were brought back to her old home at Fordsvllle and buried in the cemetery at that place Monday She was a sis of our fellowtownsman Dr EW Ford and had many friends at this She was a sweet lovable girl and admired by all Peace to her ashes Mr R T Collins who has been conducting a first class dry gents store in Hartford for some time bas sold his stock cf goods to Mrs Sarah Colas Smith Mr Collins by his treatment of his many customers has built up an extensive business wltoI will be loathe to part with him ina business way Mrs Smith is a first class business lady and will no doubt meet with the success she so richly Mr Collins will probably locate in some southern town and in business BarnardBrown- Mr L T Barnard of near town was married to Miss Emma L Blown at the home of the brides father Mr James Drown near Rochester We8I nesday evening at 2 oclock in the presence of a large assemblage of friends and relatives The marriage was pronounced by Rev Maddox of Centertown Immediately alter the ceremony the bri party left for the home of the groom where a handsome repast awaited them Mr Barnard is one of Ohio countys thrifty farmers WeI join with their many friends in extending our bet wishes Public Sale In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro Division In the matter of Ralph Hines bank ruptsIn bankruptcy The undersigned trustee of said es will at 2 oclock p m on Saturday September the 7tb 1901 on the premises near Adaburg Ky of fer for sale at public auction all of the stock ol general merchandise consisting of dry goods clothing shoesI hats and caps groceries notions queensware etc ttc as a whole Said stock invoices about ft coo and was appraised at about 650 At the tame time and place and in the same moaner I will offer for sale store building and real estate heretofore used by Ralph limes as- a general store at Adaburg Ohio county Ky These sales to be for cashFor particulars call on or address G B LIKENS Trustee J R Duffin Attorney 204 Union National Dank Building Louisville Ky Meltingiround trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Greenville and return at rate of 750 Tickets sold only September the rat good for return September the 2nd- Prohibition Speaking- Rev B A Brandon of Owensboro Methodist minister and a Prohibi lion speaker will address the citizens of Beaver Dam and Hartford on Mon day and Tuesday renpective1yAuguat 2 and 3 Both meetings will be at night Stow Are Your Kidney I I Dr DobbaaRneplileebreallbld erlriratiy- pio I trio add remedy n 1 thi t iLt JI P l ELECTION COMMISSIONS State Board Appoint Members From List Sent in by the Two Partiesi Frankfort Aug 27The State Board of election Commissioners yes terday afterncon named the county boards of election commissioners The beards were selected Irom a list of five names from each party presented by the county committees of the two par ties and with the sberlQ of the coun ty compose the county board el elec tion commissioners The lull list of appointments mAde by the state commission is as follows Adair A G Spillman Rupert HuntsmanAndersonJ C Gudgell Alonzo StrattonDallardJ R Harlcless J E C Elsh en IBarren T W Lasley John T Smith DathR II Connor W S Gudgell DeUN J Weller John G Fllzpat rickDooneJ V Blyth W H Metcalf Bontbon W G Tilbott R P Dow DoydJ E Stockwell A W Ginn Boyle J II BaughmanGW Welsh Bracken Lloyd Corliss W 0 HolmesDreAthittJames Brophy TP Card wellBreckibridgeJesse Whitworth S A Pate Bnllltt W II Hays Dave Smith Butler B F Smith Travis Taylor CaldwellS DHodge Henry Allen Calloway RN Keys J H Curd CampbellJohn Halloran John R Anderson CarlUU VT J White John R Biggs Carroll J A D ltaldsonL II Shenr manCartorJ W Salsberry Winfield ScottCaseyJ P Wilkinson J T Dover Chriitica II H Nehon C A Bra shearClarkJ U Benton W II Robb ClaYJ T Price J W Stivers Clinton W G Armstron B 61 YatesCrlttendenP S Maxwell W B YendnllCumbertandC E Sandidge W P JonesDavleslJ D Burton C H Hugger Edmonson M A Lay Alonzo Haz ellip Elliott A B Duvall B F Thorn berry EstlllElHott Campbell David Pryse FayetteC W Miller George Den nyFlemlDgJ J Smott A J McCart neyPloydA K Hitcher J M Flannery Franklin William Cromwell R Morris Fulton Henry Knight John W Cowgill GMIatinChailcs R VoodD B WallaceGarrardJohn W Flowers W 0 Bradley Grant R L Conrad Wm Shields Graves W S Cook J H Happy Grayson J S Wortham John S RiceGreenLee Durham Woods n Lew- Is Greenup J T Lawson H II Peters i HancockW W Taylor D B Great houseHardinE A Smith M W Barnes Harlan Hiram Cawcod W L SmithHarrisonC B Martin W S Van Deren HartD W Whitman H CMartinI Henderson L F Young U G St bretjton Hickman H J Lampkin Thomas Emerson Hopkins J N Vickers George A StewartJackson W H Peters j Jcflerson H L Brennan D W Fair lelghJessamine Nodes Fitch J H Mnr phyJoknen IIMC Ward C B Wheeler Kenta Frank Koenig J T EarleI Knott A Collins Krox J F Sta fill P D Sampson LaRue J W Mulr Jr E GAther ton Laurel G A Wren C W Jones Lawrence L W Spencer W A Cop ley Lee G T Perkins D B Hobbs Leslie TO Lewis J M Bicknell Letcher M Brown S E Baker Lewi W W Dugan S H Parker Lincoln J M Alverson Frank Rig ney Livingston C C Graham W R KingLogan A G Rhea Walter Byrne Lyon R J Loon S J Snook Madison J B Chenault Walter Bennett Magoffin M F Spurlock Reuben AtkinsonMarion W R Spalding C G Simms Marshall T A Miller C H Pace Martin W R McCoy Mason H J Shea W W Gault McCracken J Utterback John J DorianMcLean R M KincheloePerry Row Mead D M Duncan John Brown Menefee R B Kash Thomas Dennis Mercer J C Bonta W E Gill Metcalf D B Dowell G D Taylor Monroe George Stephens A E Hoi lowayMontgomery J W Clay James II WoodMorgan GW Phillips Jo Smith Nickell J DIJ trlJ i T a Muhlenberg J C Reyrolds M Rcatk JI Nelson J W Spalding P W baker PennyI Nicholas Jesse Haul C blett Ohio John B Wilson A F Stanley I Oldham Clarance Berrlckman Felix W Black Owen J H Davis Knox Brown Owsley R L Rose E C Duff Pendleton R C Dllts W L Hopkins Perry R W Baker F G Beglcy Pike Joseph Hatcher J E RatclIU Powell WingAte Anderson C D Mansfield Pulaskl G C Stairs Janus K Wesley Robertson E L Tilman George W JettRockcattle Harvey Sunne John M WilliamsRowan GB Caywood A LMiller Russell J B Stone N B Falken buryScott P W Thompson W E Colt manShelby M R Walters H M Lyle Simpson Wilson Baird J B Harris Spencer W P Beard B F Crutcher Taylor R H Turner A B Gowdy Todd S H Peklns T J Barrow Trigg E E Walsh J T Tooke Trimble J Morgan John Bird Union F W Sparks F B Sigler Warren W H Smith C P Motley Washington J T Mullican John W LewisWayne Lewis Cofley John W Tut tle Webster W E Bourlnnd W J Wil keyWhitley Walker Mason L L Pearce Wolf S F Allen R E Cundiff Woodford Charles Nuckols C Al exander 1 Vi2c J atyatEt Jiell Music TeacherPi- ano and Harmony Tuition per Term of ten weeks 1000 t ItjWhat are HumorsThey arc vitiated or morbid fluids conrp Ing tbo veins and affecting Ilia tissues They arc commonly due to defective dIges- tion but are Bonicllrnoa Inherited now do they manlfutt hemrclvci In runny forms of cutaneous eruption salt rheum or eczema tmplca and bolls and In weakness languor rcncml debility How aro they eipcllfdr Uy Hoods Sarsaparilla which also builds np tbo system that has suffered from them It Is the best medicine fT ri CENTERTOWN KY Mr W A Tichenor has sold his farm near South Cattollton to F M Allen and has moved to our town Mr Aithnr Williams has rented and moved into the James Curtis property on Market Street Mr D M Hubbaid and family ol Central City have moved back to our townMr J C Warden is preparing to build a nw residence on his farm near town Mr T H Betton went to Louisville this week Mr Willie Iglehart lost a valuable horse last week by lightning- Mr Willie F James of Render vie ited his parents here last Sunday MARK A Blotches and excresences which to often annoy people Are simply efforts of nature to throw off impediments to the proper performance ol her duties Herblne will aid and assist nature in her work and Insure a skin clear and beautiful entirely free from all imper fections Price 50 cts J H Will iams m Attention I All the Baptist churches In Ohio county are earnestly requested to be represented at the Baptist church in Hartford on September 28 19 i at to oclock a m to consider the pro priety of organizing an Ohio county Baptist Association and if deemed proper to effect the same Please send your messengers Instructed to enter the organization at once if not to counsel and assist In order to B thave evcr hlne ready on tIC Above date It will be necessary for you to decide this at your September meeting Both Davless county and Gasper River Associations were hearty in promising you letters for this purpose Write 10 your associational clerk at Yells or Greenville the day your church decides directing him to send the letter to me at Beaver Dam KyYour immediate attention to this matter will mean great good to our Baptist cause in Ohio county An r interesting program will be n ranged fir both Saturday soil Sunday E W COAKLEY Ch Corn On account of National Encamp ment G A R Cleveland Ohio Sep i temher ic14 round trip tickets will be sold at rate of 1045 for round trip tickets on tale September 8 to 12 limited to September 15 for return 1 Mexican War Veterans Meeting The next meeting of the National Association of Mexican War Veterans will be held at Cleveland 0 Sept 12 13 14 Headquarters at the Lin coln Httel Place of meeting City Council Chamber This is expected to be one of the grandest meetings and perhaps the last one for the old vetetans Railroad fare one cent a mile For program etc address Hon E W Doty or Col Hodge Cleveland O EH HODSOK Pres WHUDR R SMITH Secy Lexington Ky n Where the digestion is good and the general powers ol the system in a healthy stale worms can find no hab station in the human body Whites Cream Vermifuge not only destroys every worm but corrects all derange ments of the digestive organs Price 25 cts2i Williams m Good Man Drowned Morgantown Ky Aug 26Iiam Haws Coroner of Butler county and a respected citizen was drowned at Aberdeen by loosing his balance while pushing logs out from between barges at that place s EVERYBODYS STORE r Carries Constantly in stock all Standard sizes of thePremier OLD HIOKORY and TENNESSEEI I Every piece in them guaranteed to bo made of good material Lightest running and bo f pond question the most popular wagon on tho market You cant make a mistake in buying ono of these WAGONS Horse Shoe Brands Fertilizers s If wo did not consider them tho best on earth wo would not ask you to use thorn Ihoy- have been sold in your county for eighteen years establishing a reputation second to none nul are entitled to tho confidenco und patronage of nil farmers who desire u brand of FERTILIZER that will grow crops Give them n trial and you will become staunch I friends of the HORSE SHOE BRANDS S per3or OarauiML gillSuperior Disc Drill with Fertilizer attachment has won tho favor of tho farmers in all wheat sections and has demonstrated its superiority among some of tho best wheatgrowers in this county Remember tho name SUPERIOR Sold bs E P BAitNES BROy c Beaver Dam gy jlr pppppppppppppprppppppp J3 1 tThe Proprietors IOF THE a 4 E OHIOCOUNTYFAIR tHve made more extensive preparations year than ever before The attrac A Itions are simply grand vW ir 1 lit t OJ eltO 110t O 1SSYe I 1 IiREMEMBER THE DATES I t Oetolbers 3 463 1 O 1 Ia Hia a aa c a aaa aaaa 1 t 1 1 7 7 t t tllitJ 1rI H fUJ J Itf iIi S riyz Jr JI 1 I oc1 y w sr L I r a I Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 30 BINGHAM ffl NEW ROLE Elopes With Young Heiress andI the Police Collar hUm Ills Plans Foiled Ralph BIngham the wellknown monologuist wIn a central figure In a startling sensation which transpired In Atlantic City N J last week Ralph wanted to marry a California heiress and the two bad attempted toI carryout their plans of elopement and that is how the trouble came aboutMiss If abel Cermera is a California beauty who has a fortune of about S 500000 which she will Inherit on her twentyfirst birthday Mr Blng han met her at Atlantic City where she had gone with her uncle on a vis it A courtship was started between Mr Blngham and the young lady which soon assumed matrimonial piopottlons Miss Cermera was un der age and was a ward of the Couits and the lovers decided that they would take the matter in their own hands rather than trust their fate to the court and plans for an elopement were perfected The young lady wrote a note to her uncle and left it in his room The lovers left the city in a carriage for n rwrby townS where they Intended toiarry but had not gone far before oft young ladys uncle was apprised of their InttenUous by her note andjwith the po lice and a patrol wagon was in hot pursuit of them The elopers were overtaken butJ when their cage wat halted they took to their heifc They wwwmght and Ralph got Miry and fcugbt the police lie was tiDally quieted but lost his collar and his coat was ripped up the back in the scrap The officers landed the disappointed lovers in the patrol wagon and took hem back to Atlantic City The matter was dropJ ped upon Ralphs promise to be good- sever afterwards and leave off his attentions to the helresetRalph lelt the city and Is now prob ably enjoying the fact that though he may not be wiser he is a long ways poorer than he would have been had he only had his way but he should find consolation in the thought that he knows an opportunity and got the nerve to grasp it r A Ministers Good Work- I had a severe attack of billoup colic got a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took two doses and was entirely cured says Rev A A Power 01I Itmporia Kan My neighbor across the street was sick fo over a week had two or thiec bottles of medicine from the doctor He uttd them lorI three or four drys without relief then called in another doctor who treated Inufor some days and gave him no relief ro dischatged him I went over to see him the next morning He Slid his bowels were in a terible fix that they had been running oil so long that it was almost blcody fluxI I asked him If he had tried Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remeby and he said No I went home and brought him ray bottle and gave him one dose told him to take another dose in fifteen or twenty min utes if he did not find relief but het took no more and was entirely cured I think It the best medicine I have ever tried For sale fcy Z Wayne Griffin Bro m S SnCWorlII r lLnwlng- 4IrMIeeN In the South irorm HDKBW Tunica prrat IVPM 1 V forthill vml nil llHlnrtnl rMn littr than Cnloiutl and ijnltilno Con Minn nu nnwutc UunraiitwHltry It At Drao Vtato OWMiUtluubottlni 37188 The Latest Joke Out The Bourbon News says Here Is t the latest joke out It struck Paris last week and is being chaperoned around by Skilly Adair A Jew met a friend of his on the street and saW to him Say mine frient vat is a p lar bearIWhat is a Why a polar bear is a thing which sits on the Ice and eats fish remarked the friendsvont JewI I vouldnt be it Mine wife died yesterday and he vants me The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist TtJ Slice cicr rf SwmEMt at Work to Eli latwratary There Is a oiiue prevailing In this erwj rr irt because so decep ve Many allen deaths are caused I ii I rrsvmcnli heart failureI or ipepisxy are nten the resirit of kidney a dt sac If kIdney trouble Is sHowed to adtvanoc the kidneypoisoned blood wit the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of thebloodthe albumen BrightsDiseaseDr Kllmers SwampRoot the new dis li the true for 1ondI of otherCorts1 I and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free I mall also a book telling about Swamp Root and Its wonderful cures Dr Kilmer 2c Co Blnghamton N AddressI mention this paper to be one of the polar bears I vouldnt sit on the Ice and eat fish for my own brudder This was a verv good joke several years ago before it had whiskers and we are glad that it has struck Paris However we rise to say that we had stopped telling this jIke long before Bryan ranthe first time WIT AND HUMOR Marriages may be made In heaven but tie devil is frequently one of the wedding guests The reason some people do not enjoy the sermon more they think too much of how their clothes hook A young lady was recently thrown out of a buggy and fainted from fright The first question she asked on re gaining he senses was Is my hat on straightMore one young woman who sheds copious tears over the Imaginary trials of the heroine of a yellow back novel will view with undisturbed equanamily her mother down on her knees scrubbing the kitchen floor or chasing dirty linen up and down a washboard and think it is all rightVery few people believe in Chris tlan Science when they are having a tooth filled We notice that the most pious people enjoy a good meal just as well as sinners but that is no reason a good housewife should stay at home all day to get up a big dinner- It is better to fire the hired man ptrsists in smoking around the arn than to share a big loss with the insurance company The most successful picnic is the ne where four or lie do the work and the others sit around and have a good time The Rev J P Stubblefield a eoted Methodist divine was once holding a meeting in the Purchase and had succeeded in arousing considerable Interest when one good sister got happy and began to shout and cry for joy little boy in the audience had never seen anything like this before and aid to his mother Ma lets go ome The preacher has hurt one oman and he might hurt you George Toy says he had rather shave four Dutchmen than one Irishman On being asked why he said I would get forty cents for shaving the four Dutchmen and would only get ten cents tor shaving the Irish manAt a recent banquet the question arose which of all the worlds great men had been most talked about One of our State Senators said Pocahontas had caused more comment than any other man On being told that Pocabontas was a woman he said Well its been so long since I read the Bible I have forgotten all about- It tnrca CIIIR nnil Ilchliiic humor ThroiiKli the Illoo lCot JVolll Inglo try II B B B Botanjc Blcoj Balm taken internally will all the humors in the blood that cause the awful Itching of Eczema Scabs Scales Ulcers Watery Blisters Bolls Pimples Aching Bones and Joints Prickly Pains in the Shin old eating Sores Ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm will make thi blood pure and rich heal every sore and permanently stop all the itching sensations Eoanlc Blood Balm gives he rich glow of health to the skin- B B B at drug stores i Trial treatment free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given until cured Costs nothing to try B B B is medicine Is sent prepaid m CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears the JISignature of Tlgg Did vow hear what Count Dedbroke tried to do when he came orer here U search of an heiress NlggNo What was it Wanted a position as tax assessor o he could get inside information Baltimore Americana It Saved His Baby My baby was terrible sick with the diarrhoea we were unable to cure him with the doctors assistance and a j a last icsort we tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Darrhoea Remedy says Mr J H Doak of Williams Ore I am happy to say it gave im mediate relief and a complete cure Ior role by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Ilmburger cheese laid away in the cubboards and refrigerators will drive away the ants says an exchange No doubt ollt it will drive the dogs out of a Innyard it will drive a spike thtough brick wall it will drive a mule through a barbed wire fence it will drive a herd of cattle over a pre clpiece it will drive a tramp away from a meal of victuals it will drive negro away from a chicltenroost or man into insanity who stays within en lest of its unsavory presence yes sir it will drive away ants and if we had any cousins that it wonld not toIike Its A lame shoulded Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applications ol Chamberlains Pain Balm For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro ni p WASNT HURT Though theBaby fell Overa One HundrftFoot Precipice A horse attached to a carriage containing the twoyearold baby of Dr Wilber M Swell became frightened and plunged over a precipice 100 feet high on Tiburon boulevard yesterday altettoon The carriage fell a batter ed wreck on the rocks at the fo t of the cliff the horse being Instantly killed but the child was foundnest ling among the cushions of the smashed rig alive and without a scratch Mrs Swett was driving when the horse took fright and find ing she could not stop the animal she jumped out and ran to its head She was to late however as the horse swung sideways and backed the car riage over the cliff It balanced a moment and then plunged down to the rocks 100 feet below When the rescuers reached the bot tom of the cllfl they pried apart the wreckage of the cartage and as they reached the space between the seats were greeted with a baby chuckle The little one was without a scratch and not a tear was on its cheek The hlb seats of the bnggy were smashed together at the top in the fall making a pyramidshaped box which prevented the baby from dropping from the rig while the cushion ed seats saved it from being killed by shockSan Francisco Cor Chicago Inter Ocean 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 fleming Ind who has an eleven months old child savs Through the months ofJune and July our bady was teething and took a rnnning oft of the bowels and sickness of the stomach His bowels would move from five to eight times a day I had a 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 at once For sale by Z Wayne Grit finBro m A Michigan faithcure man pnt a pistol to his own body and pulled the trigger declaring the lord would protect him from harm says an ex change The Lord however wisely refrained from interfering with the foolkillers business and the funeral was set for 830 the next morning on account of the Intense heatEx The laws of health require that the bowels move one each day and one of the penalties for violating this law is piles Keep your bowels regular by takink a dose of 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 Gri- tfinBro m a lithe duty on any article is Inoperative for some reason what harm Is there in letting It alone to Curt CoiKtlpatlon rorewer- TaketCaicarets Candy Cathartic lOe or Ma If C C C taLl to urc drucgltU refund money p Special Excursion to Louisville- A special excursion train September 6th leaving Braver Dam 4 p m tickets will be sold at rate cfr 75 for round trip good going and returning only on special train returning leaves Louisville September 8 1201 noon CASTORXABern theIti IM Yes Hare AlOTH Borg K Bigsitrncf Oogly Googly Humanity at large will feel delighted over the fact that a woman has fi nally broken her jaw while talking coly goodly to her baby It Is hard enough lor the average baby to learn plain English without getting it mixed with the silly baby talk Baby talk and the practice of kiss Ing other poples young ones should have been abolished long ago by the breaking of jaws or any other old wayExA and easy expectoration is produced by a few doses of Ballards Horehound Syrup In all cases o Hoarseness Sore Throat or difficulty of breathing Price 25 and 50 cts J H Williams m p ISdnt at Tour Bowels with Cuicaratl Candy 1 If CCQlatl4rugIstarefundmoacJ- No chair is stronger than its weakest link Protection to be Impartial ly and truly Protective must protect the small manufacturer as well as the mighty trust II roll with whtthtr efthIsfl o S- bari11ltugiobecobbl I H OTOUA cuD thdira fort bt cowlUi 0 ao dr ei Unico 10 prta lbe b 10rII bM 10 nikM you raboodI Id IfIi pockeIUlrkAIl1IIpnuI poUL 0If- a gQsranteedtsgrerstun4 inu lVbIHI RIeOMJ J 5I Will Not Submit London trade journals are prema turely rejoicing over the prospect ol a arlff warfare between Germany and the United States This rejoicing of the third party is inspired by the con fident belief that the Reichstag will pass the Government tarlfl bill But the vigorous agitation that has sprung up among the Geiruan masses over some of the monstrous provisions of this bill especially the barbarous in crease of duties on breadstuffs and meatsIs cot likely to be without a powerful eflect upon the Reichstag The German manufacturers and mer AUK WIIWUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Tor tlrcuUr of hi f mom aD 4 mponittiU COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIYERSIJY Awarded HrdAl ait Worlds Exposition IHfrra to tkMHMida of t 4mtM In llInna cost of mil Ratine ftoan Intladlnf Till Hook tad Board In ftmllr about tX ShorthasdTyWritisgaadTlgmpb7EpecIa1ULThKnInky wtnitJ gra1ute Lttriry ur e fnw I R TntUon Knttraow dIr1 nbr M 1 e VMT IMrn nttk WILBUR R SMITH Lexington KyI chants wliq are interested in the exI port trade will not submit to the agrarian tariff without an energetic struggle Philadelphia Record Unless a man has will power to burn he has no business trying to make love to n girl who jus the scales at 250 y Herbine Is well adapted to the cure of fevers of all kinds because it thor oughly cleanses the stomach and bowels of all bilious humors and expels all Impnre secretions 01 the body Price 50 eta J H Williams m I r A genius now comes forwardwith the claim that he can snake tough meats tender by submitting them to an electric treatment The writer quite often comes aciois old arrow cow beefsteak which would required a treatment of 1500 volts to do it any good Launching Japanese Ship The Japanese apply one of their many pretty ways to the launching of ships They use no wine but hang over the ships prow a large paste boardsage full of birds The mo BEST FOR THE BOWELS tt roe havens a regular btallkr increment of tb 7urbOIswllt nt nhvllff or tull potion t B Tbt KVitbe t saltisi iuuil perfect WI r u kteiiliK time and clean la to labs- CANDY CATHARTIC TRADI UAIN UlCTIfttD I DoOooclruIHO4 a d C7 bkg asl J Tt 321 KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN i THE NEW YORK WORLD I ThrkeaWeek EdltiOnAI most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly I The PrrsMeetJal rampetan U over but the world IDlat the tone Rllt Is tail ofntwi To leer thhi uws bit a It Ispromptly and ImpertlalisaiIthatoehave to do I to look In the comma of The ThriftMWeek IX4ltIon of the New Tork World which COIBM tp the sub crltier 1M tlate is 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llardnkk llenl Pawr Ant aehlaglon- II II Allra AeIuimaAgt HI Louis M- oNEWTHROUCHLINE ICTWllll EVANSVILLE M- OCHICAGO A new through cur line lisa beta established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Rvansvlll and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D ft 1J Ry The services Is as follows NORTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Evansvile 730pm 730am Ar Chicago 7oonm 700pm SOUTH BOUND Dally Er Sun Chicago 840 pm 8301 ni iEwansville 805 a in Sisopm Through sleeping cars on night rains and tlirougb free reclining cbnr us on day trains Tickets of yo ocal ticket agent egtatIl2qPJrollid bopl u lamifrrttTMllmonUliandTEllDATStreatmealfro i-It SOIS Box IAtlanta tt t nIItCOW PEASD SOJA BEANS see two of the most profitable crops graismdOther seasonable aecdj you may need are Seed Corn Velvet Deans KIIIConWa carry the Laneit and Deitcol lection of Seed In the Central Weat andFiowarOUR CATALOflUQ give full Infor matlon about all crop and will be Moiled papersendand well quete Ifffr peg Woo bDsfiCe SIJIJDSMJON LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY CIOUOUOU LbLLi- k i I 1