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THEHARTFORDREPUBLICAN1r Fine Job Work a SpecialtyOFFICId6ORGAN OF THE PART IN THE FOURTH COtUSIOXAl DISTRICT Subscription 1 a year VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15 1901NoI 17 jI ACHftCriTierces the mothers heart like a sword Often the mother who would do everything for the little one she bores la utterly Irn tent to be and finds no help iu phyilclana That waa the uteMr whose little one was almost Wind with scrofula Rut shetTierces G ldmI Medical and so the child without retorting to a painful operation great propertlea Golden Medical Discovery leave been proved over and over again In ease of scrofula eczema eruption and other diseases which are by an condition of the blood li entirely eradicates the poisons which 4 bodywithMr Hltl du hlcr Iwcimt afflicted with MBApetArk the COOII not bftr the Uhlm am a chlalal4he tdtbrd us I Itfce htr to in oculUl u her etUdt would have to be Knprd They had become to thick he thought ne w never rrcortf her llht At there was no one elw to wkorn we COII14 ppifmy hurt tank wllbln1- Ue I went to Sense Medina Aavuer trad your treatment on acn fula ftttlitc tbe of medlctuc there adrited DiscaeryIihli will be of aomt UM toyoi and a bleMlnc to other tufferera with heartfelt thaaka I remIcDoctor Tierces Pleasant Pellets are an excellent laxative for children thoroughIn lPID Ifa iEDhY 11 M L HEAVRIN Attorney at Low HARTFORD KY Will practlro hU prntexloa In all the coins nt Oslo and adjolalmt eonatlra and Cnnrlot Appeal Special atuntlon nl en to eollfeUopt ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAKTroiin KT Will prattle hla rof wlon In all tie Ohio roaalr and Ponrt ot ArI ITonptaid t ear fsI toldeatloaden all bull Mi to kin Ode onr Oalo cuaatyUak 1JNO B WILSONIL r e ATTORNEY AT LAWIHARTFORD KY Ipedal atUntlng alien to eollMtlon makJic aUtrart Ap alto Notary InMI tor Ohio 0IIT onesorlhill piblleagsan i OK SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW II JURUUK ItT- wnlprortkbIiproMloi In all the eoartiol flklo d Appeals aalatlatlnglcvtoallbadirctadtobttale f F L FELIXIATTORNEY AT LAW IIAHTfllKII KT Will prnrtte la th eoart ol Ohio eonnty and Conrt of Appeal Prompt attention given to all biilneM eutrwted to h4 ear Uma la lUrald kidding J E DAVIDSON ItAttorney at LawIu HARTFORD JyIu Will prnctlne rcoantlr Niarialatiatloodyentoallbol abas entrusted to hlojS P ROB- YATTORJIr1YAT LAW r11RtMVIItE uElcrUvKT Will prartlra his vrolmilon In all tho courts ol Oslo and androurto Appea- lcepdalttaUonJ glen to collection f yOMBARNETTI ATTORNEY AT LAW il HARTFORD KY 1 WlllpractlrehUprolnulon In alt thoartot I willheglvotoallbadorsatrutedtoblasacslp Hpeclal attention f r 1t I t E P NEAL 1 r Attorney at Law f t J HARTFORD KY yo Will In all tbe eoirtot a tatutky Npeclelttenllonglventoollellons ttUmeatol doredal rlailnal prattle Ono opttaln Urlffln block- S J J J 8 R WEDDING AnORNEYindCOUNSEUORatlAW t HARTFORD KY In all the touts of roluntlea and the Coat of lpf al Prompt atuntlon glren to all bodes 7alrudedtohim Office In llirrnLicix bnlldlic i R R WEDDING Attorney at Law I V HARTFORD Ky I Will hisprofe In theconrUol Ohio fit ndadlolnloawantle AlaoNotsr- llahlicSouthern k Lrt Railway r ClThrouablilblDeufBootbeaBtate South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North OAROLINAGEOR MISSISSIPPIIt F 1413Nllee Thru Dally Train Between LoIn tnla and Lexington Observation Chair Os Tralae lean and icily Imu4rlllefromaes StrMt Vnlon Uepoteoniectln with train atI DaoisCentral Uallroad II SI L B B I hs i C Forlnlamatlon addma j rAwsoogFTAeitthAyLontsra IItI t 1ru1tTATwaAulltentOPALo4r i t UII 1 WashtsdATvrJ1 f rf DROPSY 11011umtdl l a Iwotalrd of all rrmpVom rmot dTTMUmonUl s and TO DAT treatment fre Ltit fitxnl SOW Box ItAtlanta Oa OF SUE MUNDY I ITALE of Pitcher Left at a Noted Spring By Murdered Girl and Why It has Never Been Moved On Salt river In Bnllltt coantylies the rongh and rugged section known u the Dutchman Hills To pent trate this nomans laud one will have to travel over rough and hilly roads bf which stands the apple and the pear trees bending under their burden of ripe butt and thiough picturesque woods resplendent with gay autumn colors This Is a strange land to behold Tall rugged hills reaching al most to the clouds and covered with dense thickets and narrow roads which wind on forever between melancholy masses of stunted undergrowth It would seem Indeed that the whole of this meloncholy tract had been given up to the owl the whipperwlll the moccasin and the fox The plain five cries of the night bird breaks the gloomy silence of this desolate region end the shadowy thicket stretching lu every direction produces a depress- Ive erect upon the feelings These wild and desolate hills were the rendezvous for the guerrilla lands Sue Mud One Aarm Berry and Marion and Magruder during the civ II war and they always returned to their hiding places in these hills af ter a raid of plunder and murder where they would divide the spoils with each member oi the gang Near their camp was a cave of considerable size which sent forth a rippling stream of clear sparkling waUr which supplied the Inhabitants of these lonely hillsTradition says that late oneJuly evening in 1865 the guerrlllars were returning from one of their bloody raids they met a beautiful young wo IIman ol about sixteen years of age at spring with a pitcher where she IIhad gone for water She had set the vessel in a crevice between two Im mense stones which hung to the blu IT near the spring She was seized from behind by the guerrillas and assaulted andmurdered Her remains were removed and burled in a lonely spot on the side of the hill near There she was killed The pitcher was lelt ju t where the dead girl had left It and to this day the pitcher is said to remain In the same place andIto fir as being removed it is said that no living hand has touched It since the death the owner although near the pub roadBut most wonderful thing is the superstition attached to the pitcher There Is an Indescribable Ufluence surrounding it that prevents it being touched Hundreds bl people have gone there with the firm determine tion oi lilting the pitcher but when they approach it a strange repugnance comes over them and they hurriedly depart without carrying out the ob ut their visit One night a bully in the neighbor hood while under the Influence of whisky made a bet with some of his Mends that he would go and bring back the pitcher He lelt on hU er rand but soon returned as pale as a corpse and empty handed Boys he remarked no person alive can lay hands on that pltcherand I would not attempt it again lor the whole world lie refused to tell his expe rience and said he would not talk about it Other parties have gone to see it but met with the same repul sive feelings Exhbange T J Their First Acquaintance- A touching feature of the scenes at tending the death and burial of Presi dent McKinley was the unfeigned grief of Senator Hanna who was his warm blend for so many years and ball whpse heart seemed to have been laid in the tomb with him Women as Well as Men AreMade Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages I and lessons ambition beauty vigor dollar cheerfulness soon disappear when kid out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that Is uncommon child to be afflicted weak kId- ney lithe child urin often If urine softie the or If when t reaches an age when It should be able 0 It Is afflicted wlh vtRstep should be towards treatment of these Important unpleue trouble Is due toa diseased condition of then kidneys and bladder and not to a habit u eimost people suppose as well as men are made mis angle with kidney and bladder trouble and need same great remedy The mild and Immediate ffectof SwamoRoot Is noon realized It U sold by druggists In Iffy cent and one sizes You may have a I sample mall and the neys are It not for a born with ales too the flesh the chi the the This both the the free also pamphlet tell nomoteampuoot- lag all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer k Co BlnghamtonN Y BO sure wd mention paper Y t Y t lt SIiOit HOC C ffiCI iet Tim season is nigh at hand when according to ttho timehallowed custom of our people tho Presi 1 dent appoints a dayas tno especial occasion for Ipraise and thanksgiving to God Slhis Thanksgiving finds tho people still bowed with sorrow for tho death of a great good Presi v dent Wo mourn President McKinloy because we itso loved and honored him and tho manner of his death should awaken in tho breasts of our people a rJfe keen anxiety for tho country and at the same tr time a resolute purpose not to bo driven by any 2g calamity fronfthu path of strong orderly popular liberty which no 11 nation Wivllfivn thus fur safely V Jg trod t Yet in spite of this great disaster it id noor e tholoss true that no people on earth have such t2 abundant cause for thanksgiving us wo have The IJr past year in particular has been one of peace aiul plenty AVo have prospered in things material LT and have been able to work our own uplifting in hL intellectual andspiritual Let us remember that tas much has been given us much will bo expectedf- rom jJfa us and that true homage comes from tho heart as well as from tho lips and shows itself in 2 T deeds Wo can best prove our thankfulness to the 3 Almighty by tho way in which on this earth and S r at this time each of us does his duty to his fellow f man Now therefore I Theodore Roosevelt President of tho tJnited States do hereby designate as a e V day of general thanksgiving Thursday the 28th g of this present November and do recommend that t9a 44 throughout tho land the people cease from their wonted occupations and at their several homes Jand places of worship reverently that tho giver of all good for tho countless blessings of our national iy j life 4f- f In witness whereof I have hereunto set only 7 r hand and caused tho seal of tho Uunitod States tot e 1T ho TililixedDone in tho city of Washington this the sec ond dayof November in tho year ofour Lord ono TT thousand nino hundred and one and of tho judo L pcndonco of the United States one hundred and Iitwentysixth THEODOIIE ROOSEVELT JtjL Dy the Prcsid nt Tnitur HAY Rnrfv of State The affection which band the two together In their later life was cur lously enough an outgrowth of the opposite sentiment lor their first meeting was as enemies Hunna as a young man was interested as a junior partner in a cad mining enterprise which his father had helped put upon Its feet neat Alliance Ohio He was welltodo dressed rather luxuriously and ca tied himself with the air ol ft tuanI who realized his impotince to the community One day there was trouble at the mine and eleven of the laborers were arrested for some vie lent demonstration They procured ball and sought out a young lawyer named McKinley whom they baa heard of as poor and struggling butI clever and whose own hard knocks In life they believed would make him particularly sympathetic with their condition McKinley heard their story and said he would defend them and charge them nothing except the court lees and expenses On the day ol the trial the eleven men were ranged up before the b rand In the foremost seats on the other side sat young Hanna and a friend ol aboUt his own ate alto the son 01I rich parents and equally prosperous in appearance As soon as the witnesses had been examined it became plain that there were nlmo t equal measures ot right and wrong on the parts ol employers and employed andI that sentiment rather tan logic would settle matters with the jury McKinley In relating thet Story years alter to a Irlend said It my life had depended upon it I could not have rcsUttd the impulse that seUed me suddenly to play the demagogue There was something so provocation of all thl twas satirical in me to see those two snug fig ures over there and the two contempt uous smiles which nut my gaze whenever I looked across at them that I addressed the court in this style May It please Your Hcnorl shall not alt mpt to review the evidence in this case for it is so sImple and dirtct that no one could tall to see the bear IngH of each item and Your Honor knows the law better than I could ex pound it to OUtBut turning to the jury I shall ask you gentlemen to olow mine in a sweeping view ol this cO1rtr oDOver yonder sits two sleek well led carefully groomed SOS wealth and fashion I Observe their soil hands their bloomlrig color their dainty raiment On this other side sit eleven men ol toil pate hour the lives they leaf underground for hidden liirn 1- I healthgiving rays of the sun They propably have never had for a weeks sustenance of their families so much food oras good as those two young dandies waste at one ol their extravagant feasts These poor fellows are doomed to lead unnatural lives in an unwholesome atmosphere and probably go down to premature graves in order that our gentle young Lulcul lus and his friend may lobe themselves In purple and regale their jad ed palates with peacocks tongues Admitting gentlemen that there Is right on both sides and wrong on both sides which do you consider has had the greater strain upon its temper and its Instinct of good order In this veil I proceeded for twenty minutes perhaps and then sat dowuI and enjoyed the frowns and scowls withwhich my rich opponents regarded me Their sarcasm had now turned to anger and I doubt not if they could have wrought their willI with me at that moment they would have behaved worse than the elevenI miners bad been accused ol behaving The jury surprised us all with the promptness of their verdict and my clients walked out of the room freemen almost while thdjudges charge was still ringing in our earsII met Hanna a year or more after that I was naturally disposed to avoid him as I supposed he still cher ished a grudge agalnt me To my surprise he came forward with his handout McKinley said he I was as angry as I knew how to be theI day you made that speech I W81I never so awfully scored in my lifeI Silt when I came to think it over It was a wonderful speech and I oud not help admiring the man who could make such use of such mIterlal The next time we meet a courtroom I it will be a counsel and client not uenemlesiHis frankness went to my heartI I confess that I had been a little bitI ashamed ol my line of attack upon him and I had my times been com pelled to call up the memory ol his sneering face in order to justify IUYI conduct to myself but from the day we shook hands we became friends and a stauncher truer friend in sea son and out in gcoi weather and bad J hove never had than ht New Yprk Pvening Post Brings attractiveness to listless unlovable girls making them bend some marriageable women Thats what Rocky Mountain Tea will do 35c Ask your druggist m What Is a Frien- de Some one asked the question What Is a frlead It is the fellow who will inconvenience himself for you It Is the man who will sit by your bedside when your frame has been touched by disc ate It is the man who will come to you when the clouds are black when the muttering thunders of misfortune growl along the sky It is the man who fays Dont be discouraged Ill see you doIgets back full value for service ren dered Remember that all who write friendship in your album are not j our friends A Jocular Ghost There once lived in Allen county ibis State a young man who was pos bested of at least ordinary wit and who was exceedingly well He had managed to set a fairly good educe lion and was studying night and working days with a view of acme day having Ml D attached to his name We will therefore call him doctor The doctor leased a small tract of land about five miles from Scottsvllle on which was a cctage Slid to be haunted A man had once been killed in that cottage by having his head cut smoother and the ghost of the dead man would make nightly visits to this house with its head in its hands The doctor was told all this but he did cot believe in ghorts so he moved into the cottage to keep batch while cutting the timber off the land The first day passed oft all workjtheSoon he became conscious of someone else being present He looked around and right by his side sat the ghost The ghost sand Good evening doc torthere are two of us here tonight The doctors hair stood erect his voice trembled but he managed to answer Yes but by gum there wont but oneof us long By this the coctor was illustrating his meaning by trying to break the running recork Alter running about two miles the doctor stopped sat on a log and began to fan with his old hat but again on looking around there sat the gloat Again the ghost broke the silence by remarking We bad a hI of a race didnt wel The doctor said Yes and are going to hive another one and again bet moved out and never stopped until he reached Scottsvllle The house is still unoccupied and the timber un cut Franklin Favorite Incompatible- The magazine which it is reported- is to be published bj the New England or as it is soon to be called the American Free Trade League is to be In the words of its sponsors devotI ed to the expansion of American com coerce and is to advocate free trade free ships free markets Heret is a contradiction of terms Indeed Could there be anything more paradoxical than a magazine devoted atone and the same time to tree tradeJ THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasantand Positive Cure for the Liquor Habit It Is now generally understood that Drunkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use oi Intox- Icating liquors requires an antidote capable ol neutralizing and eradicat ing this 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 faiths ful nsr according to directions of this wonderful discovery Is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate are no mutter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation oi thousands ofDrunk into sober industrious and up right men Wives cure your husbands II Chit dren cure your fathersI I This remedy is in no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease only and is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a of tea or coffee without the knowledge of the person tak- Ing it Thousands ofdrunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made 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 wart Do not be deluded by apparent and 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It not been for your medicine she would have chocked to death It has done wonders for her Positively we couldnt keep house without Peruna Yours gratefully Mrs H H Overmann 2865 Winslow Ave Cincinnati 0- Kf1evandrrltr Carrollton Ga bare bad two physicians to treat her writes lendoneyohr Peruna Ibad I and found no relief After using two ti limn girl afflicted with catarrh and bottles of your Peruna khe Is sound and and to the expansion of American commerce When have the two ever gone together Our past national his tory hardly offers a satisfactory reply to this question showing as it does that every step toward free trade ever taken by this country has companlednot by expansion or Amer1 ican commerce but by the of American commerce restrictionI and domestic If it were nary to have facts and theories fit in a free trade editorial sanctum there would be rough times ahead for the new magazine Fortunately for the editorial peach of mind however hare mony between the two will not be necessaryIt prophesied that the time will come when the lion and the lamb will lie down together In peace and It may be that In that idyllic day tree trade and the expansion of American commerce may exist side by side but there are as yet no signs of the dawn Ing of that day Meantime while we are waiting we will muse ourselves by watching the figures roll up under Dingley law Protection American Economist a Europe Gets Her Share Why should the nations of Europe worry about our exports to their shores Most of the goods go over In their ships The more goods we sell them the more fares will go into the treasuries ol the transatlantic lines Of course this may not always con tinue but it bas been a rich plan for the British the Germans the Dutch the French and even the smaller mar fume nations and now they are try ing to outdo one another In building new fleets of bigger and faster boats Not only that but lots of the mon InIrope hotel bills fees and tips fnu- merable and all the lavish expendi ture of a host of rich travelers The balance of trade is in our favor but we are not mean about spending the money and Europe will think several times before she tnrnes our picture to the wall American Economist CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thoISignature of r ThreeQuarters of a Century For seventyfive years The Youths Companion has been published every week as a family paper In these seventyfive years the papers con stancy to a high standard has won the confidence of the American peo ple It has kept pace with the growth of the country Its stories its special articles its editorials it selections represent all that ii best in American life For 1902 the foremost nen and women of the English speaking world have been enlisted as contributors well I am now ClvlngUtomy other children MrJoscph KtrcbenstclncrS7 Croton street Cleveland 0 aayai W haTe used Peruna for eight years M our fam ily medicine During the whole of that time wo have not bad to employ a physician Our famly consists bf seven and we also use It for the thousand and one ailments to which mankind 1s liable We have used It In caiesof scarletfever measles and diphtheria Whenever on- eotlhefamilyfoelalnthaleutfllothert always says Take Perunaanc1yoa- will be well1 or If we do nat happen to have any We will bavJ to get more Pernna Pernna Is always satisfactory in cold andconghs- Children are especially liable to acute t catarrh Indeed most ot itio affection of childhood are catarrh All forms of sore throat quinsy cronphoarsenes andlaryngltUaro but different phase catarrhThese affections In the note form may pass away without treat ment but they leave a fonndatloa for chronic catarrh In later year Even a slight cold is acute catarrh and ron ders tho mucous membrane ot the head and throat more liable to chronlo catarrh afterwards The child U coo- etantlyasailedwlnterandiummgwit4 catarrh Affections of the stomach and bowels collo and dlarrhma are due to ca- tarrhal derangements of these A great many tmllleludlearning by bitter experience that theta affections mnst be promptly treated or the childs healthy permanently Injured Peruna Is the remedy No family should be without It As soon as tho r symptoms of cold cough or any other affection of the throat or stomach Is noticed Parana shouJ be given accord Ing to directions A vast multitude of families are relying entirely upoa Pe rune for safety In this direction There are no substitutes Peruna lathe only systemic catarrh remedy known to the medical profession That Pernna can bo relied upon Is evi denced by tho great number of testi monials which Drllart man Is receiving dally Only avery fewof these can be published Only one la a thousand Every household should be provided with Dr llartmang free book on cv tarrh also Facts and Faces abook of testimonials concerning Peruna sent free by The Poruna Medicine Coy Co lumbus 0 The work of an unprecedented num ber of new and promising writers has also been secured Thus the constantly Increasing demand for the best reading suited to all members of the intelligent American household will be fully met A twentyeightpage Prospectus of the 1902 volume and sample copies ot the paper will be sent free to any ad dress Those who subscribe at once sending 1 75 will receive all the is sues for the remaining weeks of 1901 free from the time of subscription also The Companion Calendar for 1902 lithographed in twelve colors and gold THE YOOTKS COMPANION 195 Columbus Ave Boston Mass A thousand things by It are done far better than most things do oneaWe refer to Rocky Mountain Tea made by Midison Medicine Co 350 Ask your druggist m GHICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS tit Yillo God t 110 II111 e 1tilta Nun nJaallbrCTERJIlaid mculllo boiw eealed with bin rlbooa rake no oUr KeniMi OaHceroo amkU InllondtnU luillalloni HuTorroorUrafiUt or lent 4e la tar TaU uunlaU and tar nor L4ln t Utur bYaUOHIOnEBTBB SIM HadUon auioarv PUIlIa PA- MaU a IkU pipes DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps GUARANTEED THE BEST Hay Bala ties Coilwiro Grato Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings etc Call on McHenry Kfg AMaoh Coa = MoHonry Ky r e- t r I J kfci I it11 Hartford Republican Md FIdys by IhHafodlub Colncoporotd Entire it Hartford postofflci is secon class mill matter = Q = =Cluch =svrMLOX ROUEILIJclllor FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15 WOEFUL DAY WHEN liE IS 1Earlylast winter wheuBuperintend 1 ent Rogers announced hid candidacy b for the Republican nomination for Judge the Herald icribe or the couu 8 elinchief declared that lew great I er calamities could befall the county than the election of Mr Rogers to the Judgship which bo seeks Again He represent that element of Ken f 1ftuckyRepublicanism which is not on 1 ly odious but dangerous This at tack was unwarranted and could come I from the heart of no gentleman for it was groundless The fact that Tim REPUBLICAN defeated the Herald in every public controversyaud would not allow the Heralds editor to die I tate its course is the solo cause of V such an ungentlemanly display of 1 personal animosity and intense feeling I of envy mail malice It has not yet l been proven that Ben D Ringo the t aspirant is not the author It After such a tyrade of unwarrant t ed and vicious abuse the Herald presents the cut and card of Beti D Rin go u a tip for the Democratic nomi nation tor Commonwealths Attorney in 1903 It is not necessary for Tim REPUBLICAN to advise its readers tha Mr Ringo is unfit for the position be seeks He is welt knpwn here ii Ohio county at the bar and in politic al fields At Horse Branch last fall he told the people that a handful ol cartridges was a true definition for Sd civil liberty In Daviees he told the people that Republicans in his J home county would not swear the truth under oath When we proved L W Gcdsey ineligible to the office of Superintendent Mr Ringo came out in an article in the Herald brand ing what we said a lie without one tcintilla of argument or proof to back up his auertion He did this as e 4 lawyer and gentleman when a man possessing both titles in the true sense could under no circumstances be induced to make such a display ol Ignorance He did not hesitate to give t truth the lie and aek intelligent men t to accept it He is the Ohio county doctrinarian of Goebelism of the very worst type He it was that called for the contest to oust Taylor andover throw the will of the people after a Democratic returning board had giv c en him a certificate of election with t 2383 majority indelibly stamped up on it Is such a character fit to serve the whole people When a man knows through divine wisdom that the factors of the Republican party in Ohio county will not swear the truth on oath he would certainly be unfit for the high office ot Commonwealths Attorney Would not such a man be Gdangerous as well as odious andre T pugnant Woeful day for this district whet he is Commonwealths Attorney TilE CRY OF STOP THIEF From the ratification of the Democratic combine slate on March 4 last to the eve of the present election Democrats all over the county boast ed of the financial ability of their candidates to crush the Republican nominees for the various county offices Men of this townu well as every in this lcommunity countywereI boastful of their ticket mination to buy its way through to the royal palace of offical favorIThe bragarts and the uncoth de dared that they hada man on thefticket who had never been and that he would lead the ticket to victory From start to finish thet fight was made upon money TheiRepublican candidates were moderate means while the Democrats ic ticket had two men acknowledged to be men of wealthfor this country richin money and propertytThe cry of the 1 publicans spent enormous sums of l money and consumedcountless gal Ions of whisky is simply the CRY of STOP THIEF The Herald vi f liousthe boodle of its party for we canjl stantlyadvised the party that it was a fight between money sharks and the people We cited the public to the fact that Mr Smith had cribbed 840000 or e50000 from the public I treasury that tbis massed fortune wasp dangerous in the hands of a reckless andambitious man Did the Herald take opportunity to deny this Not one time We further advised that Ifanotherhandsomely surrounded with rich treasurers Did the Herald take opportunity to deny tint Not one = time taklOgintothreats we concluded that our ticket was in eminent danger of a financiallr j eruption which was sure forth with cyclonic fury that would p sweep things in its path and in its wake would be found the helpless but brave h sons of honesty and true To these appeals of noblenessI slightest comment came J A o II J Official Vote of Ohio County November 5 1901 I Rrmuilatin I Co Jade Co Jlltj I Co Clerk Sfctnf I Jailer JUnior I Cs epluier Sirtejor rc c t3 ijcrfi fc rn n0 t4 rn me IP 1 rII g PRECINCTS rn p p r = iO wr il H = = cI = iZ g 8lw1t10 ts r i II c = East Hartford 1B ICO 2 168 163 151 loll 150 104 145 100 140 167 148 103 140 167 150 US West Hartford lie 133 3 119 110 114 111 122 103 129 105 180 109 123 107 1611H3 122 108 122 103I115 105 115 104 110 104 115 104 107 114 114 104 116 104 111 120 111 121 110 121 111 lID 110 110 Itt 120 109 It 0- Mogan7 00 2 01 87 59 89 01 87 60 87 03 80 CO 87 01 87 6S bO 58 88 Cromwell 130 171 0 188 100 120 174 132 178 129 175 127 174 127 172 128 171 127 li2 127 1M Cool Springs 00 05 1 72 63 00 03 71 03 08 66 69 05 69 03 70 63 60 62 70 02 ortlt Hockport 73 71 75 CU 70 00 72 71 70 73 72 71 78 70 73 00 72 70 73 South llockportti 88 2 05 81 00 89 92 87 00 90 88 89 91 87 03 80 89 87 88 g Select 01 98 3 07 04 62 00 01102 08 94 03 leO 64 97 63 97 O3OO 62 Horse Branch 118 15S 1 120 16- Iloslne 114 158 111 101 118 152 110 135 112 1681 114 160 115 165 115 163 OS 173 3 107 10i 07 175 07 177 99 175 96 170 08 173 09 178 UU- OS 171 00 173 East Beaver Dam 127 98 182 93 120 100 127 08 123 00 125 100 127 08 123 123 08 127 07 West Heaver Dam lilt 183 6 Ittt 10- 1McIIcnry 145 121 182 187 lilt 135 132 137 137 180 180 129 185 120 180 129 133 190 6 15C 17- fCcntcrtown 144 184 134 188 184 107 141 188 184 ISO 142 184 183 184 135 184 120 133 1 121 181 120 132 121 132 118 186 121 182 120 183 120 184 120 133 120 185 Smallhouso 70 88 2 7i 81 75 83 74 40 77 87 76 8 77 87 70 88 70 88 751 111 Hist Fordsvlllo 02 167 3 96 151 90 154 00 155 104 181 93 132 03 152 Oil 160 07 154 it 2 West Fordsvllle I 120 104 2 12K 104 126 102 120 105 129 102 134 09 120 106 119 112 125 104 124 100 Ktnavlllo I 190 03 1 101 80 187 03 180 05 187 03 CUt 91 lt6 04 188 02 180 13 187 02 ShroveI 03 03 0 93 05 97 63 08 01 O 02 95 04 Oi 61 08 63 07 09 117 60 OlatonI 69 07 00 O- CHuford 50 07 60 6t 60 08 59 08 6V 08 60 01 69 65 69 I 120 53 2 115 5- 4HartletU 1171 60 120 50 116 52 118 50 117 61 117 60 117 50 I 133 115 1 180 11- 8Hctlln lad 115 140 lOb 183 110 132 11110j 117 182 113 182 lie 133 114 I 53 78 C2 71 63 72 51 74 65 78 55 72 64 72 54 72 54 72 Ccralvo I 48 87 2 49 84 48 30 W 87 49 80 48 31 47 87 47 37 40 89 Point PleasantI 53 40 67 40 60 40 80 4t 53 40 53 41 65 40 M 40 85 40 54i 42 Narrows I 73 82 77 7t 74 tJ 74 81 110 71 79 76 74 SO 771 i8 73 811 12 Ralph I 123 84 21 180 80 i2 83 126 S3 129 8 181 80 i2 84 1231 i2 i21I4 Total 939 299 IJ 307112S 29rs211s120M 29I20SI129602U77121i 29i 20tl 2968 IiO2 2 1I121146 Majorities 16 211 Iii 30 30 17 40 e 17 20 Total number of valid Ballots cast6104Herald scribe or the man who was wont to advise falsely the gene al publicIt reported a few dnji before the flection with ampl crldtnra tobark It that tbe toplino cnodUoJn had not ieee than fliOOO In cub at their dUpcwal lor the pllltbttie Men came to Hartford and circulated around the ttreeU and taloonf both pocket 1blllglog with money In bllli openly bounties that they had been Instructed to spare no ex pen wblI the incceot of the Republican ticket was concerned One of our best pat ronlted barkeeper remarked that forever dollar pent with him by Democrat the Re publican beclen had pent twenty How doe this lound for boodle Wboe barrel of money did thli coplon election fan J Sow from It is scarcely necessary to say this is false for the author himself knew it was a lie unvarnished The public knows that it is a wanton falsehood dropped in to counteract facts known ofall informed men Not half ol 812000 was spent by Republicans Ifor they were men who had unfortu natelynot been blessed with fortunes This foolish idioticcharge is too ri diculous to be considered seriously by anyone aud the author was simply blowing his bazoo to hear his head rattle After having had beer drinkitigs all over the county to insnaro way ward Republicans break down their manhood and destroy their reason it requires nothing short of a vicious bypocrit and blackguard to assert One of our best patronized barkeep en remarked that for every dollar I spent with him by Democrats the Re publican heelers spent twenty But nothing better is expected ofa man so unscrupulous as the Herald scribe and chief adviser Nothing short of a hellion would ndescend to assassin ate a man with an A G Benton Dagger It is not beyond the ex pected forajiviog corpse to see things magnified many times and to charge gentlemen with ifs own crimes v AS YOU LIKE IT Young Beckbam has had someone to prepare a letter to Governor Dur bin of Indiana in which the littl boy says the Governor Ijs an accessory after the fact to the murder of Wm Goebel Just who did this we cannot advice but the boy Governor has the odium to bear As for respond bility there is none Kentuckys Disgrace further charges His Excel ency the Governor of Indiana with having been concerned in a corrupt political bargain to protect Governor Taylor This is a serious charge which the boy may have to or yet It is known to people of the United States and the world at large hat the accused of Wm Goebela murder has no more show for justice n the Kentucky courts as now con- tituted than a culprit in the Devils court with Beelzebub on the bench hould Governor Durbin allow Tay lor and Finley dragged into the Ken courts he would virtually bo signing their death warrant The last trial of Caleb Powers was a farce mockery and a stigma to Kentuckys air name and the future promises ttle until a man of sense reason and ustice is on the bench to direct theI trialrThese trials are political in their origin purpose and conception By and through them the Democratic bb party hopes to drive the Republican arty from the State Justice is tbee least desire the last thought and ther most impossible thing to attain crim g ination and obliteration the motto- s Its damned if you do and be damned you don t its all but justice And yet its all under the forms of law The fact that Judge Cantrill had sumI A Bad Breath A bad breath means a badI stomach a bad digestion ad liver Ayers Pills aI iver They cure con dYSIpepslat tbrownBUCKINGHAMS DYEhiratie 0s OeOeI O I p J 1y moned 174 Democrats out jf 175 ju rors shocked tbe whole universe The result was clearly foretold His act in refusing to vacate the bench demonstrated his purpose If Powers was acquitted Cantrill stood no more show for the U S Senatorship from Kentucky than Aguinaldo and I 0 knew it In ordipary times a trial of th character would be tried before ii Democrats and six Republicanr justice was being sought this would be the result this would be the line Can trill aud the prosecution would fol low Were the Commonwealths At torney desirous of justice instead of conviction at any cost he would not have the case tried by partizan unanimous Democratic jury Any way you fix it its politics and politics is hellITHE Herald euninions courage to assert that THE REPUBLICAN is respou sible for the Republican lotses in tbe recent election In what refpect sir Our course has been entirely in the open Yours has not What THE REPDBLiCAshas said will stand and it editor is able to defend it In a fight against 810000 or J1POOO it stood little show but intellectually it he nothing to fear from a man that does his work in the open or under the cover of darkness or even borrows aid from a lawyer Put up or shut up ONE thousand at Roaineseven hundred I1t Beaver Dam three hundredI- 1t Beda 82000 in all is quite a pile and yet the simlin heads of the Dem ocratic corruptionuts are talking of Republican boodle Its a vain e fort to cover up their own evil deedI by filing counter charges Wonder who told the Herald scribe he coul speak anyway TUAT whisky spoken ot by the Herald was very much in evidence in Hartfordon the day of election a number of Democratic heelers hac destroYldepower a I ready vehicle and hauled him to the woods Alii whisky did you say THE defeat of Rogers was due to concentration of an enormouse cor ruption fund against him The par ty was warned of this danger time and again but is was thought to be impos sible rYou say Ringo is a caudidate In Commonwealths Attorney Well ineligibilityaS would be a kracker jack WONDER who prepared the answer to Governor Durbin for Beck ham Evidently he didntITIrE Democratic cuse their acts by saying it was the other fellows i WHEN you catch a sucker his head IrHows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re for any case of Catarrh that canIot be cured by Halls Catarrh CoPropsToledoOWe j P JChtney lor the lent 15 years and tusinessble to carry out any obligations by their firmA Drugists Waldiug Rinnan Marvin Whole ale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally I acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system rice 750 pr bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the beatc Convict Is Fatally Wounded Kansas City Mo Nov 13 Liw theIfiosouthwest ftom the penitentiary Hetreceived a bullet in the back while tempting to run away from the mar hal of that place This makes a to al of thirteen prisoners captured Z i since the outbieak Wcdnesday leav ing thirteen still at large To date three of the mutinous convicts have been killed and five including CI two who yesterday mate a cipture sbeiitf Cook ol Topeka and then et caped have been wounded Lent death will make the foutth fatally Armed men are tcJay searching notISseem can get away fromfu ficer they ae well prepared howev er to make a fierce fight before being captured Other posses are said to be pursuing two diHerent gangs cf men within fifty miles of the peniten tiary and iuither captuies are looked for during the day Lawrence Lewis the convict shot tcday was received nt the penitentiary In October 19x1 under a fiveyear sentence lit Happened In a Drug Storo One day last winter a lady came to my drug sore and asked for a brand oi cough medicine that I did not have In stock6UYS Mr C R Grandin the popular druggist of On disappointedsstation I could recommend I said to her that I could freely recommend andISa remedy and after giving It a fair trial ytorefund the price paid In the court of a day or two the lady came back in company with a friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I consider that a verv good remedyTheand extensive sale in a large measurer to the personal recommendations of hllSlIiCASTC5nXADean thelbs Kisd Yw HIre flair Botghl Slrutut IJ5LGt On Trial ExIiEd and Will Goldsworthy Ellison Packard and George Pullllps with the murder of Deputy Shcrii Robert H Coffee and with shooting from ambush was called this afternoon before County Judge Cansler Both sides are represet td by a strong array ol attorneys The pros ecution elected to first try Anderson for shooting from ambush the defense insisted on all prisoners being tried lejtalrphases the case are being debated When you have no appetite do not relish your fool and feel dull after eating you may know that you needa dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Sam BrosIdrugBean the Ycs Hays Ata1s Bogbt BJgutut ot Doctor Held on a Seriohs Charge Lawrenceburg Ind Nov wife ol Dr Ralph Tilley dl isudden jlyat Petersburg Ky last Wednee day and under circumstances that plakDrawaiting the result otan autopsy which was held westerday The stomach has een snt to a Cincinnati chemist for alysis as poisoning is suspected Game Near Dying For three days and nights I suf fered agony untold from an attack of cholera morbns brought on by eating cucumbers says M E Lowther clerk of the district court Centerville Iowa I thought I should surely die and tried a dozen different medi lues but all to no purpose I sent lor a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses relieved me entirely I went to sleep and did not awake for eight hours On awakening a few hours ago I felt to gratified thattjie rst work I do on going to the ofe- s to write to the manufacturers ol his remedy and offer them my grate thanks and say God bless you Iful the splendid medicine you This remedy Is for sale by Wayne Griffin Bro i- niii I BAR DOCKET Ohio Circuit Court November Term 1901 2ND DAY 3974 Comth vs Cap Davis c 3452 I Thomas Catson 3S31 Wnrter Cnndiff 35J2 a Same 3533a as Same 3540 I Jim Burns 3723 II Andrew Reader 3548a a Bud Htilm 364S aa Chas Ctusath- 3577a aJames Poole 3579a I Forest Pole 3581 a Tom Hall 387I aa Clark C Slanter 359 I a Same 362ta a ED Almond 3635a a Ras Tillird 3687a M Wm snuthatd c 3418a a Joj Sttatton- i 3419 a Same 3699a a Joe Ctnvens 3735 Wm Dellatt 3737II a Same 373 I II L P Coder 3741 a Same 3742 a Same 375a a Will Duke 3752 Same 3754II II Save 3761a Rudy Jan 3762 Same 3765 aa TIo tas Taturn 3758 aa Henry Taylor 3773 Lud Giant Likensof 78a II Frank Collins 3794 aa R T Taylor Jr 3795S a L P Crowder 38 9II a Henry Whitaker 38r4aa a Schofield Midkiff 3D DAY 3775a a Claude Slaughter 3891 ca Tom Au tin 385aa sa John More 38 6 a Oi Bowlen c 381sa Henry MtMttiketxt 3814a a Flttcher Hardiion 38i8a a Netter Gllsttap 3819a Same 3820aa a Lem Taylor 3821a I Jas F Cuson 3822a aa Same 3823a a Fame 3824a a Quint Her 3825a a Same 3826 a aa Same 3846 aa Netter Gilstrap 3855aa a Alvin Potter 3836I aa Lee Tilfotd 3865 Willie Walker 3866 Sip Rhoads 4S70aa a Netter Gilstrap 3875a as RTTaylorJr 3873 Sa Thomas Tatom 3876 aa Juston Jackson 38Sfa a Same 3853aa aa Quinton Her 3872a Same 3873 a Same 3874 II aa Same 3875aa a R T Taylor Jr 3878a aa Thomas Tatum 3880a a Dud Tatum 3881a II Same 3882a al Same 3884 a John Amos c 3885 a Virgil Trail 3887a II B Hocker 3888aa Ia Juston Jackson 3892 II a Ed A Tucker 3893 John Turner 4TH DAY 3s9aa a Jim Shultz 3897 Thomas Tatum 3898 a Same Samef J 3901a a Same i 3902II a JS Mosely 3903 Same 39 4 Same 39 5aa I Same 3915 1 Lon Morgan 3916a Same 3917 II Same 3919II aa Seine 3918II II Same 3920II a Same 3921a a Same 3922II aa J Sep Mosely 3923II II Same 3924I Same 3925II aa Same 3926II aa Same 3927 Cimth vs Quinton Iter 3928 Comth vs Same 3929 Comth vs Same 3941 Comth vs Alvin Ashby 3943 ComtU vs Same 3944 Comth vs Same 3946 Comth vs Same 3947 Comth vs Same 3948 Comth vs Thomas Burton 3849 Comth vs Walker Kahn 3950 Comth vs Same 3951 Cumth vs Same 3952 Comth vs Walker Kahne 3953 Couth vs Louis Griffin 3954 Comth vs Same 3955 Comth vs Same 3956 Comth vs Thomas Tatum 3957 Comth vs ShanklilJloJklOJ stir DAY 39S Comth vs Wm benson 3963 Comth vs W E Russell 3961 Comth vs Bob Porter 3963 Comth VB Anthony Walker 3964 Comth vs Dan Hines 3965 Comth vs Lou Morgan 3966 Comth vs Same 3967 Comth vs Thomas Tatum 3968 Comth vs Same 3969 Comth vs R T Taylor Jr 3970 Comth vs Same 3971 Comth vs Same 3972 Comth vs Same 3973 Comth vs Alvin Ashby 3975 Comth vs Less Hines 3976 Comth vs Lee ChIno 3977 Comth vs Walker Kahn 3978 Comlh vs Shanks Btoiklni 3979 Comth vs Same Contagious BIlfI1Jd PoisonThere Is nopoUon so highly contagious 10 deceptive so destructive lionS be too sure you are cured because nil elterual signs of the disease have disappeared and the doctor says Uu are well Many sons have been dosed with Mercury and Potash for months or years and proinounced cured to realize when too that the disease was only covered up i Uko B0gBt0 U elurfacetobreak out again and Is their sorrow and mortifi cation those nearest and dearest to them have been Infected by this loath some disease for no other poison Is to surelytranemitte4 from parent to childias en a case of Catarrh Scrofula or severe skin disease I an old sore or ulcer developing In middle life can be traced to con tInlife for It remains smoldering in the tern forever unless properly treated soil driven out in the beginning S S S II the only antidote peculiar Tints the only remedy known that can over come it out of the blood and it does this so thoroughly and effectually ctossscures Contagious Blood Poison in any and all stage contains no mineral to break down your constitution iqi purl11cr at the same time builds up the general health Our tittle book on contagious blood poison is the mot complete and initruc ever issued not only tells all about this disease but also how to cure yourself at home It is free and should hands or everyone seeking a cure Send for It THE SWIFT SPECIFIC ca ATLANTA GA 3980 Com th vi Same 3981 Comlh va same 3982 Comth vs Same 3983 Comth vs Q Jlntnn Ier 3984 Corath vs SneI3985 Comth vs John Taylor 3986 Comlh vs Sme 3987 Cm th vs J S Mostly 3988 Comtli vs C D Brown 3989 Couith vs HoUn Morris 399 a Comlh Vd Sine 6TH DAY 399t Couth va Same 3992 Coulh VB Same 3993 Comtli vs Q ilnton Her 3994 Comth vs Thomas Talutu 3995 Coath vs Same 3995 JCrtmth vs Charlie Moxlry 3997 Couth vs Thomas Button 3898 Jiwnth va Same 3999 Comth vs Same 4Kxi Comth vs Claude Slaughter 4W2iComth Poyd Biker 4fo3 Comth vs Lebrcn Baker 4004 Comth vs Quinton Her 4OO3QOUth vs Herbert RakerC 4 07 Comlh vsSbanlia Br okens 4008 Corath vs Dock 1oiUr 4ra4 9Comth vs Stme 410 Corath vs John McConnell 4 u Comtu va Same 4o1aL Cora th vs Same 4013 Corn t1rVs Same 4014 Comth ys Same 4015 Comlh vs Same 4oT6 Comth VH Same 4i I7 Coaith vs Same copy AttestS OV Clerk CENTERTOW KY TJir faimeiB are very busy gather ing corn and sowing wheat and grass The corn crop is good Mr Frank Allen who has been tick lor several weeks is able to be out again 44t41hrge Rltoada has beer con ftnei to his bed a Jlfw days with ty pIoM fever but la thought to be 1- mlProvlnKo Rly S Miss Iva Watson and little Mis Ula Ashby are 01 the sick lit a Many of our citizens have bfen en I jiying themselves lately by gathering ho hickory nuts which are very plentl fu1LMr Lewis Jamep who was htt on the hud by n falling limb several weeks past has sufficiently recovered to be brought home Mr James Benton and brothers T 11 and earl Benton of Louisville werewith us last week I Mr Tom Balls spent last Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Squall ty neighborhood Mr Amos Decker has moved to our towhsrs It the toAFeatleIt seemed that nothing short of a miracle could save my little daughter from an untimely death says City Marshall A H Malcolm of Cherokee Kan II When two years old she was taken with stomach and bowelso trouble and despite the efforts no of the best pljysicians we could procure grew graduallyhi worse and was curable A friendadvised ards f3Nervineand after giving it a few daysrlr FrIypast five years of age and the spverySold by all DruciltU niDr iJ aJEEconomy Dry Goods Store p Have you heard about It Have you been in to see about t If so you are convinced it is the place to buy your Winter SuppliesIFALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS Wo are prepared to meet the demands of the most fastid us If you want n tony uptodate Suit or Overcoat call ttt tho Economy Dry Goods Store If you need u good work Suit an extra pair of Pants or a nico Coat and Vet como to tho Economy Dry Goods Store C V SHOE TALK Just received another now lot of Mens Shoes Ladies Shoes Childrens Shoes and Baby Shoes in fact Shoes for everybody If you need n School Shoo wo have itono that will wca and give you good service There is no doubt that wo carry the largest stock of Shoes in tho county and tho best brands Ifyou need rubbers wo have a largo line BLANKETS Good Blankets Better Blankets Best Blankets Eider Down Blankets allwool Blankets allcotton Blankets tho very best values for tho money As for prices thoy are all marked in plain figures Como to see us BIG LINE OF COMFORTS manykindsare prices to suit all Dont fail to como and look at them before buying Thoy talk for themselves in a most convincing Wiry Prices in plain figures DRESS GOODS Wo are sure you will find just what you want in our Dress Goods department Wo keepwell posted in this lino and spare no expense in what it should be If you need n now Dress and dont know just what kindcolor or quality to select como to us and wo will help you out CLOAKS AND FURS Wo have just received our second shipment of Cloaks and preiouat tho Economy Dry Goods Store whore you will find a largo assortment All goods marked in plain figures OUR MILLINERY Department is the best tImid most complete to bo found in tho Wo make this department n special study and know that wo cnn pleoso you in style quality anil price Tho very latest creations and all with an eye to Economy Wo havo Hats in all styles and at nil prices The Economy Dry Goods Store SARA COLLINS SMITH ProDr AREYOU DEAF ANY HEAD NOISES ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARINC ARE NOW CURABLEb- y If our new invention Only those HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELYj F A VYERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS rutTiMO E Md Mirth ja j Gnllemm Bcinc entirely aired or utainna thaaka to your treatment I wilt now give yea 1Aboutny S I underwent a treatment for catarrh for three months without lucceu contutled nom erd rhYllcbn among otlicte tile m1 emlnnt O1Ir Ie allot 01 tbtectywholoidineltati- Iy in operation could help me ind eren that trmtorsriiy that the WOl then cease tot the heariuc la tIe aHerted car would be I t I then MW roiir edrenUrment ddQlall In a New York and craerea treat AIIr 1 had tiled It rnlytfew UijtacconllnBloyour direction ihenoliieieeMeil soil yeaheartilyA jjoB Our treatment does not interfere evils your usual occupation Uxuminetlan adsice freeandCAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOMEnominal rirnERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC LA SALLE AVE CJJICAQO ILL locker were in Hartford t its week on businessAunt Bennett of Beda is vis iting her niece Mrs H II Davis Mt L Faught lot his dwelling ouse by fire last Monday No Insurance MARY ANN A new remedy lw biliousness is now 01 sale at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store It is called Cham herlnins Stomach and Liver Tablets gives quick relief and will prevent the attack If given as soon os the first Indication of the disease appears Price 25 cents per box Simple free Notice All persona having clnlmn against estate oi Qaintoi S Taylor D ceaaeel are hereby notified to present same to the undersigned administra r at Paradirip Ky on or before the day ot D cemoer 191 for pa erit Anyone failing to present the aims properly verified on or before at daywill be forever baned In col cting same ThIs October 28 1911 VOLNKV TAYLOR Admr 54 Q S Taylor deceased aYNESVILLE KY Miss Brithi Sbulu who has bad typhoid fever for sometime we ate rry to say has typhoid pneumonia wand is in a very critical condition Mr Samuel Keene WHS the guest of s parents Sunday Mr Charlie and Miss Dell Rich were guests of Miss Mary Keene Sunday Messrs Rllth and Horace Hok anti tanTiHesjwent to Fordavillet iday Messrs James and George HuB ent Sunday with Mr Joe llskrldge Mr John Keene spent Monday ght at Mr Joe Uskridges Mr Elmer Quisenberry and Mitt 1 596 Pearl Phillips were united in the hnlyjbonds of matrimony at Lyonla flap tilt church Sunday night Mr Qttls enberry is a young man who posses es S high talent for progress In life and Is Also II strict christian whit Miss Phillips is a young lady well re spected by everyone LILLIAN Trotter for Italy Lexington Ky Nov UR Bally and L L mms of Baojia Italy who have been here buying toters to race In Italy have purchased nl John D Creightnnn agent the eight yea loldbay mire Lets D 2IJX by Gtorge Simmon for 5000 M CAS OnXA 1 Bttn Han Ahrarj Butt Gt tUcti IJ5L Tragedy In MIddlesboroneb- Mlddlesborough Ky Nov 3 Louis Ceilings aged 31 WHS killer today In a row In Reg House M j loon Over the Rhine His llayer is unknown Collinps lived on t1rowI- nies creek In lUiUn county i1II ROUGH RIVLR TELEPHONE COfrlPANY tacoiroiATio Talk being cheap and necesKniy IOU should patropize home fliswhere can ouf own ttalkingty and business pints generall by inlj paying a rrasor able rent to Abe F- IIoujh River Ttle1blIJ ConlJlan they will be at the esp nrr vou say so We connect with nil t 1 dependent Companies For rnrlie lari call on A E Pate Ha f idKyT + t PPPPPPPPpppppppp Goo Goo Eyes = E Jn Business a 1 tCcrtllinly you may flirt with 2many our Great As sortment and LOW PRICES1 compel you to fall in love with Iius Wo are headquarters for aIt t Staple Dry Goods Fancy Dress 2Goods EtcTrimmings Large lines of Millinery Capes Jackets 2Mails and Boys Clothing I a Shoes Hats Etc a I Five Dollars buys u nice Jacket 2Extra heavy Plush Capes 100 to 1000 L Only 7 buys a stylish Jacket in castorand brown f Good quality black Astrachan Jacket 500 aGood woolmixed Jackets 225 to 450 aIBig lino of Infants Wraps Childrens and Misses Jackets from 125 to 3 Mens Suits and Overcoats a a Mens nlwool Suits 5 Good alt wool Suits 7 50 Our REST NU aoi Suite fo Nancysort Suite teat tylet tf12 So Childrens fancy tested Suits 3 to 8 years Jioo to 3 50 Childrens Suits 8 to 13 yean t 25 to 500 Childrens tat Overcoats 5 to 15 years Ji 50 Better grade same at wool j ot to 500 Mens bock and brown Beaver Overcoats 500 Mene btt trr quality Beaver Overcoat 800 Mens Ragland Over coats 8 roto lo oo Extra fine Beaver Overcoat 12 50 tDont buy before inspecting the best line of Clothing in Ohio county HEADQUARTERSFor Domestic Shirting Tablo 2Linen Prints Ginghams Linsoys YnrnsFlnnnels in fact everything for wintera t ItItEMEM ERIHE PLACE 2 a- Ii t WaIi a lNew Livery and Feed Stable Good Horses and the Best of Rigs at all Times lllt The most attention given customers and tho kindest III 1cnretaken of nil stock intrusted Dealer in BUGGIES and WAGONS Will also handle tho FAMOUS OX BRAND FERTILIZER t JSKSTERMS STRICTLY CASH = A C TAYLOR ProprSUCCESSOR TO KKOWN A TAYLOR r BartfOrd en1iuokyi Hartford Republican I a FRIDAY NOVEMBER ISi UUnolfi Contral Railroad Time Table r 1 Nrr time rard taking feet Bandar Pt 1 1100 at noon p orih llonnil Sonih noiinil- No i 13 dui 4M a m No lit dnallslT a m No IOJ ilpJ7p in No 101 duo 141 p m No in dot 1SN p m No Ul dn1602 n- Irftrnl Freight NoIUdnr60am No 111 dn tM pm- S U VmiitTE Agent v PISO S CURE FOR AIt Au cwt h syrup 2yw ood Uw- In ltm he drncdta CONSUMPTION Mrs Sara Collins Smith went to Louljvllle yesterday C R Martin jeweler Hnd watc- hmakerat Williams drug storeI IItbeMr A L Hudson who has been in Owentboto lor some time is at home I again Mr and Mrs J W Wilson visited relatives in Htwesville fist of the wetk Cut it out lest you lorgtt that Car 1 cinn Co is tbe place to get your i s moneys worth r Get the Most Out of Your FoodY- ou oWt and cant if your stomach is weak A weak stomach does not di Best All that is ordinarily taken into it It gets tired easily and what It falls to digest is wasted the signs of a weak stomach filter eating fits of ner 1Amongache and disagreeable belch taken moods Barisparllla it fdlaeRlt times for stomach trou a run condition of the irttern and have bCfa greatly benefited by Its use I would J t I not be without It In my family I km troUt bled especially In summer with weak atom ach and nausea and find Hoods Sariaparllla I Invaluable EBUICKUAN WChester Ta t Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Strengthen and tone the stomach Imd- wholetho digestive system I t S T c Ladies Shoes Wo havo a lot of elegant Shoes for Indies None bettor none nicer Como Sco thorn Wo nro selling them at 1 titer value To see is to buy Como Carsorl Bros 17IWinter suits lor lids and dads at Caroi COB Dont undervalue our union nulls because the prices are from 25c to 750 at Carson Gos Dr Eliza Morris of Rush Ilobi I T Is tbe guest of Mr W D Mllleti family this week I have 30 sewing machines bent figures that will surprise you Call Bee them GROSS WlCtlAus IPORSALROoe lot on Union St Apply to Mrs Lucy S Hubbard Hertford 1613 Get your wife a nice drophead Singer Sewing Mtchine Only machine there Is Gaoss WILLIUS Agt II you want a stylish Suit or Overcoat you will find just what you are looking for at tbe Economy Dry Goods Store Yes we have it Whatslreple se You may not like the style of our spelling but you will like the style of our collars CARSON Co Mrs Amanda Barnett oi near town left Sunday to visit her son Mr J B Barnett of VVitcblta Kan She will be absent several weeks Judge R R Wedding who has had a severe attack of the grip for three weeks is slowly improving and it is hoped will be out In a few days How about It feeling pertty chilly I Well come In and look at our over coats We have the long Ragoloas and box coats of every goodweave and color Prices right Come In land look CARSON Co Do you want a large arsortraent 01 underwear to select from We have it for both ladles and gents ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORK Are golf looking for the newts thing in a cloak for a small amount of money If so dont go further than the Economy Dry Goods store to find it Remember that we keep the larges line of Rainy day Goods in the county such as Mackintoshes Rubbers Rubber Boots Umbrellas c ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORK Why Freddie overslept His warn ma bought some of our outlnija and made him a night robe so warm and comfortable that he fell into such sweet slumbers he never heatd the alarm clock CARSON Co Mr Hayden Webb of St Louis who was the guest of his parents 11rI and Mrs T E Webb of near town last week returned to his home in St Louis Sunday accompanied by Mr J W Tanner Some mcn need a change of clothes this fall Others need a change of clothiers So if you do not trade with us come and look at our 1000 cults and you will be convinced that you need chaugt ot clothes and a cloth let too CARSON Coc Whats on your head To you whats on your bead is not of as much importance as whats in it Not to unI For to a head with something in ItIwe can appeal Can prove that 3 oo buys the best derbies if purchased here CARSON Co Mrs Susan Felix the widow ol the late Jno I Felix died at her home five miles north of Hartford last Thursday of typhoid fever Funeral JBean a laid to rest in the Milton Taylor grave yard by tbe side of her deceased hut band Mrs Felix was a good Chris Lisa woman and leaves a host ol friends and relatives to mourn her untlnitly Jeath Mr Geo O McDonald died at his home Marcngo Ind the 2nd inst a The particulars of his death could not be ascertained Mr McDonald taught cbool in this county last year and was highly esteemed as n gentleman he was bright and gave promise of a right future but his sudden calling away ends his career and what prom- Ised to end successfully is no more His friends will learn of his hasty demise with sad heaiti We have received a copy of Cock Ills Magazine a Journal of Religious Facta and Fiction edited and manag ed by Rev H B Cock rill Its convents is religious and Bible stories and should have a large circulation among Ohio county people Rev ockritl is well krowuin this county laving conducted several meetings imong our people He conducted a tent meeting at the fair grounds several years ago HelpNature 1 IIpropercine If they do thriveT on their food 1helpmachinery working prop- erlyscagiiJLsjpN LIVERWTHNrPOPHOSPHITESofLIHESSQDA will generally correct thisI i irourthin babys bottle three or four times a day you will soon see a marked improvement For larger children from half to a teaspoonful according to age dissolved in their milk if you so desire will very I I soon show its great nourish ing power If the mothersI milk does not I baby she needs the emul- sionj It will show an effect at once both upon mother and child I Soc ini floo11 dnijEUtl i SCOTT A BOWNECh mUt New York IIII usr- eGUNSr GUNS r- If it is Guns you want dont fail to see Carson Bros stock of Shot Guns Rifles and Tar got Guns Ammunition Ac JIlo ell 5a 1 JtCll Music Teacheri Piano and Harmony e Tuition per Term of ten weeks 1000 HOME ENTERPRISE Progress of Rough River Ttle phone Co Alarming to the CumberlandPeople The people ol this section of country have a promising business enter prise in the Rough River Telephoni Co This company Is composed lof home people it was organized for the benefit And convenience ot the people rind its conduct justly merits the no qualified endorsement and patronage of all home people Since it was organized the Cumberland a giganticutoreign concern has come upou the scene to crush and destroy that which the people have crested which while in its infancy might be done If not loyally supported and protected The energetic mnviments of the company are alarming to its foe It has recently been teinforctd and Is now preparing to build a line to Mor gantown and there establish an ex charge Its wires reach moat every Important point in the county and give most excellent service It is only a question of a very short time when many term house will be connected with this progressive enterprise They cant do without it The whirl time is too rapid for slothfulness inactivity They must upward still and onward who would keep abreast of time In view ol the energy and activity ol the Rough River Telephone Co and the remarkably cheap service rendered the Cumberland people have put service upon the free list in the county The subscriber pays his i box in his residence 1 in his place of business and is entitled to free use of the lines in the county There can be but one objtct in this course and that is to destroy the home company Will the people permit it Shall we stand idly by and have the instru ment of cheap service destroyed for few free talks The free trader says Ill buy my stock in England Ill there spendmy gold and my silver John Bull will pay my expenses and I can save some money this line He offers me better Inducements tcday than my home people hence Ill take the foreign trade In his absence while he is building up foreign institutions his hjme factories close down work is suspended and progress and activity dies with the factorys shutdown competition is destroyed men are idle without money and employment- The stcondtrip he makes things dif ferent competition destroyed and John Dull Is leading a hiyh life his prices have gone up home institu tions have been crushed and with them competitoa- So it is with our people Today TO are offered telephone service for theaaking To mono1 when our home institutions have been driven from the field a fixed price will be set upon telephone talk which will have to be met because there is none other Home institutions should be encouraged America for America should be our motto Schroeter the Photographer- Here we are at Hartford and will remain until February the 1st 1902 will endeavor to please the public better If possible than we ever have before We are making all the very latest and uptodate photos that are made at the leading galleries in the large cities and nt prices as reasonable as possible We are making cabinet photos ati 50 per dozen or six for i Kodak1 photos 60 cents per dozen and photo buttons 25 cents lot the first one ten cents tach for all addi tional ones Come and see our but ton frames and watch charms they are fine and cheaper than ever iltt When you cannot sleep for cough Ing it is hardly necessary that any one should tell you that you need a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy lo allay the irritation of the throat and make sleep towible It is good Try it For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Dio m 41IProgressive Enterprises- The brick structures which are be ing hurried completion by the pop ular firms Messrs Carson Co and Fait Co preparatory to moving their large stock of dry goods will add much to the generalappearance of the town and will advertise the business features of the town for more than could possibly come through other channels These fitms are composed of men of business tact and these large store loms have been made necessary through trade expan sion Their records in business ate highly satisfactor and their many customers will gladly follow them to their new eegunt places of busl ness These are enterprises of which Hartford may justly be proud Busi ness grows in proportion to the effort put forth and success extended and enlarged is assured him who keeps abreast of the times Our boys are up with the times If not just a little head Family Reunion Last Tuesday the children and rela lives of Mr Irad Hlp ley near Shink le Chapel prepared a sumptuous dinner in honor of the old gentlemans eightieth birthday and about one hundred in number congregated at the old y homestead and spent a most delightful day Four generations were represented T and the oil hero of eighty summelsi was mute ttan delighted with the copious hospitality of his progeny Quite a number of appropriate pre enta were presented which added to his ovetflowing cup of genuine bap plnessMrs E J Hudson and grandtor Master Fred and Mrs Dr Stone aad son Coney ville were among tbe guestsNotice v to Subscribers Kindly notico the label on your paper and if your tim has expired pleaso send in your renewal Remember it takes money to run a nowspa per May wo hear from you Marriages Mr G W Allen to Mrs Sallie CummIngsMr M Ralph to Miss Mary F Helton S Notice to Farmers- To the farmers of Ohio couutyI have the best seed cleaner ever In Ohio county for sale at Beaver Dam for t6 50 I own the county right for fifteen years Call on or address me at Beaver Dam KyW STEVENS 9131 September 9 1901 Strayed From Dundee Ky One black Western horse with slOan brandon left shoulder stir in forehead and one white hind foot Tbe horse left about the first of August Any information will be gladly reo celvcd and rewarded by William Mar tin Dundee Ky 172t CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bough Bears the- Signature ofraes VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE The Chance of a Life Time to Get Good Land As Agent Attorney and Attorney in fact for Doss Dellaven and Lelli DsHnven his wile by virtue of powe of Attorney now of record in the prop er office I ofler for sale on terms hereinafter mentioned the following described real and personal property This land is most favorably locates and of the greatest fertility of any land in Ohio county It is all fresh In sight of the railroad near Narrows Kentucky and on waters of Adams Fork creek and Rough river One track ot Twenty five 25 acres the same conveyed to Doss DeHaven by Leila Delia ven formerly Grayltnowr isfame conveyed to Leila Gray by R Kolbrcolt Master Commissioner of Ohio Circuit Court In Equity action if Leila Gray Administrator of W C Gray against W D Gray c Ohio Circuit Contt Alfo the three following tracts which adjoins and constitute one farm or body ot land which I will sell sepa rately or as a whole one lot No Two 2 contain Ninety 90 acres lot No Three 3 containing Seventyfour and rhreefonttbs 74J acres and lot No Six 6 containing One Hundred and Nineteen 119 acres all of said lots eing a part oi a tract of land con lining 1lfteen Hundred 1500 acres fattened to William Craddock on the i5th day April 1792 and being lots Nos 2 3 and 6 on a plat or survey of tbe fifteen hundred acres made by ohn Stone surveyor and being same onveyed to Doss DeHaven by Leila DeHaven formerly Gray Also two ots in Highland Park Louisville elfereon county Kentucky Also nether tract in same neighborhood as other land in Ohio county alore said consisting of one hundred acres bought by Lelia Gray now DeHaven it Commissioners sale in suit of- LellaR Gray Admx against D W Gray and others Ohio Circuit Court Will sell separately or as a whole o suit purchasers at a bargain for cash or upon part payment in cash md balance in one and two years a lei reUined on all of laud to secure leferred payment Also one hall of corn grown on a part of said land by John Tucker con iUting o 250 bushels E P NEAL Attorney and Agent This October the 29th 1901 It is the opinion of entirely too piny people that the word friend weans one who will lend his money THE PEOPLE KNEW HIM Bensons Platter It Pains Muter George Washington made and lad anon barrel of Hour la the market funded O Washington Mount Vernon sold without delay No question was ever wised as to quality or weight jJoruoaa Porous sells on its repn itlon everywhere All tho buyer wants to- be of Is the plaster offered him tally it Bensons and not a worthless iml itlon of it or substitute for It A plaster lathe best form of external remedy and Bensons is the burl 6000 lclan and druggists and a multitude of people no man on number hare settled that You can trust It they say Coughs colds lame back lumbago mos mist stiffness and rheumatism troubles ef the liver and kidneys influenza or grip pneumonia and all other diseases open to external are at ontt relined and rare by Bensons Plaster Do not assume that Belladonna Caps cum or Strengthening plasters are aa ood M Bensons They are vastly in leriorN other platter is aa good as Jensens In competition with the beetknown lUsters of Europe and America Bensons have received Mahtit awards For sale by all druggiltaor we win pre pay postage on any in the United States on receipt of 25a each aburrt Chemists NY I Colds Ie I had a terrible cold and could AyersCharryPectoral mediate relief W C Layton Sldell III coughbeably For its first a cold then a cough then bron chitis or pneumonia and consumptionCoughs downward Stop this downward tendency by taking Aycrs CherryPec toral nnotui He IfeSI AlttonUi Consult your dIr-h he tin like then da a rt tell Ton not beak It then dont take It Ifs know Lean It with him W ire fruit J C A V Ell COM Lowll MM J A CRAFT NAMED FOR COLLECTOR Fight Over Successor to Col Sapp Is Ended by Presi dent Roosevelt AH the Republicans of Louisvill Are Pleased With the Selection Made Washington Nov 12 The selec lion of Mr Craft comes after a han fought battle in tbe Republican ranks In which Mr Craft was wise enoagl not to engage For several month he bad been an applicant for the bon or and wa backed by Congressman Boieing during the entire fight Mr Crafts position during tbe war waged on Col Sapp by his political enemies was honest and praiseworthy and his selection comes M a great compllmen to his good judgment It is also a victory for Mr Boreing who has at all times been loyal to Craft Biadly Deboe and Boreing landed the plum A telegram to Tbe Com merclal from Senator Deboe yesterday gave the information that he had decided to Indorse Craft whose appoint as forecasted in yesterdays Ieut was assured battle which has ended it Cralts appointment was as fierce as was ever waged in local Repnbllcat ranks Mr Sapp was fought from al sides but steed out against his oppo lition until he saw it was useless tc jght longer The qnstion then war ffho is the best available man The lames of Sam Stone J A Ciait Ed Green John A Stratton Tbeo Stern P Booker Reel Gen Duke and others were mentioned but the fight narrowed down to Col Stone and Mr Jraft The latter won because he had mtagonlzed no faction in the battle md stood equally well with the leaders of the Sapp and antlSapp crowds resident Rosevelt in rejecting Col Stone was Influenced only by his own good judgment Yerkes Combs and Roberts loyally supported Col Stone and it looked as if he would via Tbeopposltion to stone was tco great because he was looked upon as tbe head of tbe anti Sapp movement and it was urged that because ot this ils appointment would not relieve the local situation but would tend to- Intenslrylt It was not a throw down for anyone The President relied upon his good sense and settled the question without regard to his personal friend hips ABOUT MR CRAFT Mr J A Craft came to Louisville bout twelve years ago from London Ky where he practiced law He pur ued his profession here as a Democrat until 1896 when he espoused tbe gold Democratic cause and later became a Republican His loyalty to tbe party is not questioned and his tbfaconpublicans but to the independent oars Mr Craft will arrive home from Vasbington todaybut it will be several days before he can take charge ot the office of collector As to the distribution of the patronage of the office which is very large an inter sting question arises Mr Crate owes his victory chit fly to Boreing md Bradly The former has no per lonal interest in the Fifth district save as the political appointments herein effect two of his congressional lountlrs Mr Boreing has therefore lIt le incentive to control or suggest he distribution ot tbe minor offices lib Bradley being out of politics as le 84Ywill have little Interest lathe patronage Mr Craft will it appears be almost free to distribute the offices under him as he sees fit and it 3 certain that he will use his prerog itive to tbe very best interests of the lepartment An one of Cralts friends said of him yesterday There wont je any machine politics at the custom house yeu can count on that There is considerable specula ion as to Mr Crafts deputy but no one here knows anything definite It Is probable that Senator Deboe In rec ognition for his support will be al oiled to name the chief deputy al bough this is only speculation at ibis time That Mr R L Gwath the acting eo lector will be re tained as deputy for some time is cer sin as he to acquainted with all the retails of tbe office and Is largely re iponslble for Its excellent condition e a iBeing Pelted rO f t WITH t Dollar Bills n ND making no effort to catch them would bo as wise a proceeding as buying goods j f without first coming hero and learning our prices 1 1and it would bo about ns profitable g Money saved is worth as much as money earned and if wo can beat all other prices it must mean r money saved That we can dojthis tho values wo i2 1mension hero will prove Compare them with oth 2 r ers and remember that wo will satisfy you as to qua 3 ity of goods before wo sell Hero are some of the prices we quote t Tho best of Prints in remnants 21c Good Factory Cotton yard wide 5c 1 Canton Flannel 5c to 100 Bed Ticking 10c to 18c L 104 Sheeting 15c to 25c r Jeans lOc to 35c j- T Dress Goods 10cto2 2ijfr Silks for waists 40ctol Mens and Boys Boots 125 to 350 + Childrens Shoes 25c to 100 Ladies Shoes 51 to 350 21 Mens Working Gloves 25c to lOQ TLadies Kid Gloves 750 to 150 A full stock of Milliner Goods and Furniture tVisit Us and Yo l will be sure to Come Rgain 1 CARSON CO + t Hartford Ky EVERYBODYS Q1tG G G t t o Clxy Is tho satisfaction you grit out of what you buy The stocks in this store are bought by buyers of years of experience and with a thorough knowledge of tho actual needs of tho trade and wo sell them to you knowing that our exporienco and careful buying enables us to give better values than those buying less carefully DRESS GOODS Our Dress Goods trade is splendid Wo will keep it so Wo will make it greater Now things every week and bar gains every day Wo want to make November the best month in our ontiro business experience And wo believe that good goods and prices that are away down will do it Wo havo certainly got tho goods and wo have certainly made low pricesrefMillinery Furs and Wrars These departments have been visited by hundreds of anx ious buyers and many satisfied customers havo sent their neighbors and friends to Barnes to buy their HATS and WRAPS Shoes and Boots For Dressy Women and Men 1 for Working Women and Men I for Boys and School Chil- I droneIts an appeal to good hard sound senso when wo I saydont buy until you havo youdojustice Wo will surprise you at tho stock wo curry and the values wo giverou EVERY DEPARTMENT of this great store is kept filled with tho seasons latest productions and with every good sta plo article that humanity can use Bring your cash Bring your produce to tho place whero you got full value for every thing you buy and whero you can find everything you need iii ono store Er Pr BARNES BROr Beaver Dam Ky f L w- L i I J JL = L 44wr7 r r I fj TI a T Tho Kind You Have Ahvnys Bought und which has been to nso for over 30 years has borne the slgnatnro of A mid has been nirido under his pcr sonnl supcrrlslon since Its Infancy Allow no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations umiuJuHtasgoOll are lint JJvpcrhneiits that trillo with and endanger tho health of Infants anti ChlldrcnExpcrlenco ngnlnst Expcrhncut What is CASTORIA Cnstorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Fare gorlc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms nud allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach mid Bowels giving healthy nud natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA AL- WAYScti Signature of 4 J The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use 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the good derived from it I was a slave chained with putrid sore throat and Asthma for ten years I despaired o ever being cured I saw jour advertisement for the cure of this dreadful and tormenting disease Asthma and thought you had overspoken yourselves but resolved to give it a trial To my astonishment the trial acted like a charm Send me a full size bottle Roy Dr Morris Woohslor Rabbi of the Cong Bnal Israel New York Jan 3 1901 Dra Talt Bios Medicine Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene is an excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay I Fever and its composition alleviates alii troubles which combine with Asthma Its success is astonishing ncd wonderful Alter having it carefully nnaljzed we can state that Asthmalere contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS WECHSLER Avon Springs N Y Feb 4 1901 Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen I write this testimonial rom a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthmi My wife has been filleted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having ex hausted my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sigi- upon your windows on 130th street New York I at once obtained a bottle u Asthmalene My wife cCmmenced taking it about the first of Nomember I very soon noticed a radical improvement After using one bottle her AsthI ma bad disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms I I I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing disease Yours respectfully O D PHELPS M D Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Feb 5 1901 j Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried numerous remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement t and stluted with a trial bottle I found relief ot once I have since put Ii I chased your fullsize bottle and I am ever grateful I have family of lou children and for six years was unable to work I am now in the best o- health f I and am doing business every day This testimony you can make streetgYork City PostalijDo not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE Co 79 East I3oth St I CitySold Druggists a Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15 JOHN D ROCKEFELLER Unbosomed Himself to an EnglIsh Paper Says the Reporter The London WeekEnd publishes an account of an interview with John D Rockefeller the richest man In the world The correspondent met him in the Switzerland of England us Sir George Newnes has aptly named the Lynton District ol North DevonStop over Sunday said he youll find it bad to beat Ive bHn here about hall a dozen weeks the day after next Wednesday Its the place closest to heaven Above the medium height lithe of limb and tough oi thew his every movement deliberate and definite quite young looking for his half cen tury and odd years Mr Rocketcltei is the embodiment of compact FO er intellectual commercial physical I supf oe there is no help for ill he tald when I had Insinuated n9 gently as possible that I would liki to print in the WeekEnd SOlD thing original about him But whatever you say dont call me a philanthrop 1st I have heard it stated I remarks ed I know but I dont like it I am a busy man been busy all my life To tell the truth I dont know how or when to leave oil nork nor how to begin tobe a philanthropist May I ask a personal question Mr Rccktfellei Certainly were both here It is said you are the richest man in tbe world Have you really made all your wealth yourself Up to a certain point yes After tht well money makes money you know Forty years ago I was a bCZy with hardly a second cent to rub against the first And now Mr Rockefeller smiled his rather sad little smile- I know the question you want me to answerhe uald Id prefer not Please do I said Can you think in dollars then- I ncodded Rough a thousand millions Two hundred millions oi pounds sterling acoooooco I confessed that the realization of the sum wad beyond me What does it produce I dont knew to a figure Perhaps 50003000 a year if I wanted- It to A million a week likely Twentyfive thousand pounds a day including Sundays Thats about it a Did you ever offer a big raary to anyone who would manage all your business lor you No For the simple rraioa that no one man could do the thing I might have said I nould give 1000 000 for a years rest Is Ittrue you would like to live in England Yes and no Yes because Eng land Is quite and in parts altogether lovely No because I am an American and shall die in the land of my birth With regard to certain rumors jou may say that I have not a dimes worth of property in England no not even a shame in the Angle American Oil Company I am build ing a home in American on certain lines that have pleased me in Eng landYou take life seriously I think Mr Rockefeller The world is good enough to say so but then life is serious No man who thinks would say be was on arth for fun What do you admire most Mr Rockefellei A really beautiful woman What is the best thing on earth next to a beautiful woman IIleeprjour favorite recreation Reading pJoOoOeoD V qp WINE 01 CARDUI ha brought permanent relief to a mil lion aatferlnc women were on their MnMltehell waafutdacllnlngln bealtbwben Wino orcardal performed awondrful cure In her cue fluttered with the ago Diet ol railing or the womb lencorrboa and profae menstruation The weekly appearance of the menieifortwo month phyl1cMwa Then came the trial ot Wine of 1I1tellellafCardul to women in word ot burning eloquence WlNEOICARDm U within the reach of all Women who try It are rellered Ak your druggist tot a II bottle of an not take a ubUtuta It tendered you MeL Willie Mltchtll South Gaston NCI Wlna or Cirtul and Thedforda mack Dnuibtbnapnfonnedamlnciiloii cure In ease a great with illlni or the womb ana Igacorrbaa n2OflIe cama Ttrr weK for two rur and were Ttry painful Mr hat band Induced me to try YIee of Cardnl and BlackDraught and now the Itacor rhoa his dluppeard sod 1 aa restored to perfect health eperi11IIUOlll IJDIMYh Ad LmTllOry J1mnc T CCllaIIaDOOp POWERFULMENOFTHEEASTi An Interntlng Kiplntmtlun ot their Undfuol mrviifith I The Secret of their MamIon Vttnllly nod Scrre Force Jealnn Unnnled Women of the harem Compound nVotlon Whow- ItrJurenatlnK Eltrcta nre Almost Surer ulont and AitonUhlng the Stoat bkeptlcal The fondmt hope of ancient or modern mwltera niter the Fountain of Ierpetual Youth can acunely hays aimed higher than the mnlti nthlered bribe nmrreluni compound known throughout the Kant an Kb 510K tIlt Travellers returning to Europe hare from time to time brought nutontahlng tale of the rrjn Tenntlng eflccte produced by this Wooler of the OrientCrudely compounded liy the Women of the Harem from formula handed down orally from generation to generation the sert of this preparation thus Jenlontly guarded and known only to the Inmate of the harem ami the Court 1hy Iclane El MOKIIIll hni been practically unob tainable excepting by the fiiromlonn for whom It wee Intended Itecrntty bowereru prominent natty Arabian IjTilclan banished from blo conutry for political offense and deprived of hit yet pOMrulonn bin nralled himself of his knoaledge to yarn a liveli hood btfltttng hUktatlonby supplying this mar reloni compound KI MOKIIIll to the bobillty nnd wealthier cliuwsot nil Europe who hare cheerfully paid him large tree In return fur the benefIt rewired Content with the large Income derived from this practice this aged Ihytlrlan has epntr1iy refuted very liberal bBm made to him for the formula of hl Ileuiedybnt he bag nol agreed with the Importing honne of Tue NoinFrLLEB CouriiiT of Philadelphia to put U SV It con rrnlent form for sale exilailnly In the United litnte and this frat having the mIo lve agency now oSenlt forth Scat time to tb Amerieaa public This remedy moat not twronfonndrd with the nnmeroaa nerrou eihauntlon lot mauhood and self abut remedies which are ndrertlnvl un der n of names na there is nbioluttly nothlngwhlcb rlenllncchemUtry ha been able to produce which can even approach th iwecirel El ft purely renetahle compound ex traded from rare tropical rout 115lOKlilRisa icuiedyturone spcIflc pur pow which Uto strengthen the vital force and prevent decay In men It marvelous eOrcta In arresting decay ot the vital n evp clally In the male bring unparalleled nnd never foiling and na its neIa universal an orrr that when trong rlrll men with large fdmllleaot dendant are the rulathere moat lie nu doubt either lie to IU efficiency or beueot to the general sy tern While It Uan absolute ipeHBeand Hwltlrety guaranteed to cure the wont owe of nerronii bully lo t manhood or similar weoknrum due to excnuuH or youthful error It is aloo need with the grentnt success a a rltallirr giving K wcr t all weak parts and developing and maintaining the full natnrnlvlgor of manhood It U put up for the American trade In tablet rerttlJa doe and doing the work at once cud so evi dently u to leave no doubt In the mind of the patient It will cure you o IUI to etay cured cartfullyexaininedbypacked undertheirseal and guarantee to cure It will be sent prepaiu under plain roy er with fall and complete dire lone on receipt of the price f100 per package or nix package forliw AddrvMTHK Novr KrLLlaloilpii4r Market and 54th BU rhUaitelphla Programme Ot Cromwell district teachers meeting to be held at Horse Branch No vember 23 1911 at 930 a m Devotional exercises W G Stew alt Welcome address J A Duff Response Willie Sanbach A model lesson in U S History J C Barnard Sketch of the life of William Mc KinleyJames DeWecse The proper method of assigning lessons N B White Reviews and examinations Henry LeachCorporal pnnlshraeut Generel dig cussion ititiodnced by Marvin Black Nooni m Roll call My txperience as ttacherW G Stewart My favorite PoetO W Likens Friday afternoon exercises what should they be and tow often should they be heldIl C Crowder Recitation Artie Wilson Recess Should the higher branches be taught in the common ecbool Ozca Sbultz Civil Government Wairen Peyton Recitation Sophia Wallace Ad journment O W LIKENS V P LEAXIiINO Till CATARRHl AM IIKAlIYfl CURE ton CATARRH ii ELYS CREAM BALM Eiuijr and plcatnnt to tree Contains no lu furious drug ed- t MkJftroronce It opens and aranm the Mni- laaaairra IIJ lofla I I iu EADJrotctMembrane lEntore the Seniea ol Tiwte and Hmrll iMtm site CO cent at Dmgglts or by mall Trial Its 10 tents by mall KIY IIIIOTIIEKHH Wamn itrpet New York Dont get mad and stop your paper ifyou fall to see your name in print when you have been c ut of the city but come around or send your name and where you have been and well take pleasure in publishing it OAS OnABeRg tie lie Kind You Haw Always Boiijtt Slrutut 1IAct T The Reciprocal Treaties Senator Allisons speech at Tama recentlywas largely devoted to the pending reciprocal treaties of the United States wiTh other nations and will be interesting lo all who think that reciprocity will prove to be a very valuable business missionary movement Senator Allison reviews all the tret ties and tales their pres ent condition and future prospects but it is evident that there will be very little reciprocity except in not competing producers To that ex tent alt the voters ot the United States are in favor of reciprocal treaties bat the American laborers will continue to be Protected against the pauper wage earners of Europe The United States has reached command ol the worlds trade under a Protective Tar ifl and it can be safely said that re clprocal treaties will not be permitted to destroy that prestige Senbtu Allison also discussed the Isthmian Canal ship subsidies and other prob lems that will be prominent in the liscussloaa and business of thenfjci Congress and the reader will know its opinions will have much lrfluencci n their rejection or Jrstnew Congress of the century will je one oi tIe most important bustneca J rt Congresses and there need be no fear that the Republican ranjotlty in both houses will eta tany law trat will be injurious tu American labor Sena tor Allisons speech should be closelv rend and then laid away lor reference when the matters treated are under discussion by the next Congress lie takes the safe position and there should be no doubt that the Republic an senators and representatives will not be in favor ol enacting any statute that will destioy any business that has been bullded up by Republican principles and laOosDes Moines Register This Will Interest Many To quickly introduce the famous bloid purifier D D B Botanic Blood Balm Into new homes we will give away locxo tretments B B B will positively cure all blood and skin troublesulcers scrofula eczema eating sores itching humors swell ings pimples bolts carbuncles bone pains rheumatism catarih blto poUon affecting throat or bones mu cous patches cancer persistent pim pies or wait B B B makes the blood pure and rich heals every sore or eruption and stops all aches and pains JjugBists r For free treatment addl1llr BIox Balm Co Atlan ta Ga Describe trouble aria free medical advice given until cured B B B cured old deepseated cares that refuse to heal under patent raed iclnes or doctors treatment B B B composed of pure botanic drugs and is Vie finest blood purifier in the world in WORTH OVER TWO BILLION Senator W H Clark the Richest Man In the World Phoenix Ariz Nov n The American Mining News contains the following article about the great Unit ed Verde Mine the property cl Stol ton W H Clark which if roiect would indicate that it is probably the I richest mine and he the rictmt man in the world aIt has only lately come to light that the average values or the o e ta ken rom the United Verde is 75 p T ton in all values pold silver and copper This mine so tar as has been developed including explorations and diamond drilling below the present workings shows an Immense ore chimney 400 by 600 feet across that has been explored by shafts tunnels and drill holes to the depth of i 410 Just how it wil be possible to work this mine down below the heat limit is reached is hard to say but a reasonable estimate would be 3000 feet An estimate by one oi the best mining engineers in this country shows that the mine 10 the depth ol I 4 0 feet contains 336000000 cubit Sect of ore and estimating eleven cu bit feet to the ton there are practically 23000000 tons in sight Ifwe carry these a little further on the piesent lour value of the United Verde we have ILe uveraii value of the ore tqualing 25000 o ooo The present owntr of the pioj erty has refused 5100000 or the miner OAStO = xABeizt tIe Its ktsi Yes Hats Atari EocgU Slpalut Ic-tAn observant Chicago girl recently returned horn an extensive tour of Europe was naked what Impressed her most during her stay abroad She answered unhesitating that it it was a picture in Madrid advertising- a bull fight to be given in aid 01 tIe society for the prevention of cruelty to animals Id leave my happy home anti cuss the deep blue Sta Rather than be without Charley and my Rocky Mountain Tea Ask your diugglst m A Chicago Judge has dismissed an action for divorce in which the wife alleged as grounds that the husband had spanked her Having established the right by this decision that a hut band can tpank his wife if he sees proper women will have to be more careful in the future not to anger tLe head of the household p Two things in the treatment of nasal cctarrh are now fully understood first the drying process Is a delusion that produces mote mlcchiet than benefit Second science common sense and experience proclaim Elys Cream Balm to be instant relit f and final certain cure It cleanses the dl sensed membranes ned never malice the patient snttze Price 51 cents Sold by druggists and by Ely Broth ers 56 Warren Street Nw York Since the Tariff manifestly does m t injuriously effect the price of steel rails they being already as low sa in Free Trade England and since t every discussion of the sut jct to tOy nothing of legislation upon it woud cause an Industrial disturbance it is clearly in the interest of prosperity and business stability to lit the TatifJ I remain on steel rails although strict ly speaking it is no longer necessary to to the industry Camden Telegram The Home Paper Thi man who compares his local paper with city paper and then roasts the former is not woith much to the community If this same fellow lived in the city the 6nly way he could get into print would be to go and He I down in front of n street car and get run over or fall from the top of a skyscraper He could become a peppy a dcien times and be chief mourner at funerals by the score and wear enough crepe around his hat to lasso n tnu ting filly and il be did get his name in the paper it would be so badly mlstpelled that he wouldnt rccogniz it When n guest at a dinner tabe knows why j 01 should tat this and why you shouldnt cat that he or she knows to much to be interesting Whenever j on hear a girl icier to a man as an idiot its dollars to doug nuts that she is in love with him and he is in love with some ether girl Dont hide your goods away on dus ty shelves and dark corners without once in awhile picking something out and placing it in your slow window and placing n nice ad in the paper about It An niticle in the public eye is worth more than a hundred in the dark It is the opinion ol entirely too many people that the word friend means one wI o will lend his monry I A FREE PATTERN your own Selection to every aub I scriber Only S cents a year MS CALLS I MAGAZINE A LADIES MAGAZINE litfabIaa y- ot hooehoM H Sefto c b espyledractfltjllih Reliable Simple Upto blOlaIlerlctFllllal M CALLI L PAITERNSAs I loll tkn tSr CntMa lei SnlDl Lcs- i I ad err aCh4ee kuhn Ask lu shin S4d U aeasij titir lilf a4 I or br mw faa TIlE MoCALL CO MJll5llf West llll St kW rOil UONT BE rOOLEDlTake the genulas original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA lad only by Madison Mfdl rifle Madison It- keeps well our trade pectrrII4 lute Ak yow dranlft THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlceaWcek EdltionAI most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly The rmlilentlal campaign la flyer hut the world fan on lust the same and It U foil olntw To learn this news lat aa It iapromptly and Irapartlaltjr all that you haTe to do I to look la the eoiomua or Tbe ThrinAWnk Wltloa ol the New York World abkh room to tbub scriber ltd times a yeer Th ThrlciMiWfvk World dlllgtm as a pule lUhrr ol Scat neal has given It Hmlallan whr errtb KnalUb language U puteuandyon- want It The TbrlccaWrek Worlds mrolnr inUcrip tloa price ii onLy IMp rrmr Vie offer this nnt nalrd newspaper end Tut HnrciLlciI to anther on year lor 150- Iberegularsutiecrlptlon priM oUbe two pa pres is tIIO NEW THROUGH LINE BETWEEN lVANSrllU AND cIcaoAritabllshid fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central bettreei Bvansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part ol the P D B Ry The services is as follows NORTH BOUND Daily Bx Sun Lv fivanf vile 73opm 730am Ar Chicago 7oontn 7oopm SOUTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Chicago 840pm 8309 m AiEvansville 8osa m 55opm Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair nrs on day trains Tickets ol you local ticket age- ntSouthern Railway HI lonliLonlaTlll Liar TimeTableCorrected to Jane 55 IMI IxinliTltlt Dlrlloa- Xn 1 No5 No2 IT Louisville 74 ala 400 p ai TM p- Ar lIhelbyvIll 110 ft m a1S p In Ill p B 1awroncebgsMaOL SOpai Ml pa Vrallle 1Oll a iu LII I mlU p a l Jlngtou 104 a m 710 p n 1121 p m llarKln 10G a m 76 p at leorgetownllSOarn 740 pm 04 NO a NI IT llurirln 4J5 p m lit alt- Ar leorirrtown 100 pin 700 aID Lexington OSnni 44pm 7 0aiiVeraalllMi 23om 611 pm 7ZZ a at lawrencrbnrK l3am MO pin i0ain HIiflliyTllIt 7zo a UI Mpm 110 nH loolTllle S40 a m TM p u 1040 a m Between LonUillle ErantTlll and St LoutBt lonli Division NO4 NO S LT IXul Tlle 8tO A m 1000 p m- Ar llantlngburg 1145 ft m lSOnm Irlnrcton 100 p on l4aroB- MSt LottU p m 723amNo NO I IT Bt Louis prol2Ar Irlareton llnntlnnbarff 3M p ui 4i n IxiaUtlllu MSpra 710 in mINo 10 NO S3 IT Lonlirllle eoo p m sco a m Ar llantlnubarg 8roo p In 1145 am KruDiTlllo 1038 p m 110 p in NO I NO1- 1Li Fydnevilie 790 a m 11pm Ar llanllnmlll V0N a m 20pm Louisville llM a m 045 p no Trains Noc 1 2 a Rod 4 rna solid betwtw Trains MndLout 10 run solid between Lou nlll and tTRnnUle carrying Chair Care Trains 11021 and ft earning through Bnt class Coachn between uraniTllle aiU LoiaUii tIny tralna between louUTlll aid St Lost carry Cafe Parlor Car Nlxbtaraln between LontiTlll and Bt ro1a- ArrJ 1ullmon Drawing Itpom sleeping Car with buffet service For tickets nnd farther information appl to any agent Hquthtrn Railway H II Spencer Oenl Stan St Louis Mo H II Ilardwlck Oenl 1aor Art Wathlngtoa 0 II Allen AMtOenraMAgt lIt Uoali Mo A WOIrHY SUCCESSOR Somoththg Now Under The Sun All Doctors have tried to nine Catanh by the use powders acid gate inhalers and drugs In paste form Their powders dry up Ihe1 mucuoua nirmbrnnes catusing them to crack open and bleed The power ful acids used in the inbalera have tlbranuto cure while pastes and oirtments cannot reach An old I nd experienced practitioner who has Ion many years made a close study and speciality ut the tientmtnt otI Catarrh tins at last perficted a treat meat which when faithfully used not only relieves at once but permanent ly cutes Cata h by leiuovuiR the cause stopolnc the dischatRts and I curIng all inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that I actually reaches the fOicted parts This wonderful remedy Is known as SnufDts the Guaiontred Catarrh Cure and is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar each package i DlonthsllIelttmcnt Snuffl s is the only perfect Cure ever made anti is now terognixcd as the only sate and positive cnre for that annoying and disgusting disease It cures all it Q mat Ion quickly and permanently atid is also wonderfully quick tp rrteve Hay Pevtr or Cold in the Heath Catarrh when neglected often leads t to Consumption Soufllrs wil live you it you ne itat once It is no ordinary remedy hut a complete teatiuert which i costively cunan ted to cure Catarrh in IIn fim or stage if used according tnthedircci tons which ccotnp4tiy each pack lire Dont delay but send lor it nt nee and write lull particular aa to your condition ard you 00 111 uceive pcclal advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy rtgaidlne ynurcesa without cost to yon beond the tegular price of Sntfilts the Guarantee Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any add tens In the I United SUte or Canada on receipt ol Ore Dollar Address Dept 1 Edwin B Giles ft Company 2331 and I 2332 Market street Philadelphia crc1T I Oiilo Ccvuaty Circuit ConttW T OwrnJiJt Ju flows AUurtiejr 0 tmborn T It Illatk Jailer SA Aniknnullrrki lluwnn MolbiuukUaittrOni k wlilonrr 0 D IJkenn Trustee Jury Kandi S f TIII rtui Kbtrlll hartford Deputy HhtrlSU M IIiKkrr T II It ntun 1 fl Tailor W 8 Tlulrjr rColirtroan ant 1I0adla JoIard soil August and contlnar three peeks and third Monday In Ma anil NotmUr two wrote County latt 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