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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 THE IIARTFOrtD REFITELICANs Fine Job Work aSpecialtyOFFICIdL ORGAN OF IBB NEW IN IIS FOURTH COMRESSIOm DISTRICT Subscription Ia year rt VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 6 1901 No2 Ii WEAl WOMEN l strongbyercee 1IIIregulatea driesweakening heals Iiiflamma ulceration and cures female weakeeM Sick wqmen are Invited to consult Doctor Pierce letter frte Ali womanly coati dence in taacredsecrecy strict professional privacy i fear and to4DrBuffalo N Y I had been I t suCenr from =I woknoiMn walks CookeI4dwe a+ reed I luthrrd iU c ti bat it lilt 1 1ooi4 nlltf yourlidricciodlcckclxht bottle PaTorltt four PrnerIof lbsOoldea Medical INroeety I now fill like I sew lelIIlenDoctor Pierce Pleasant Pellets cure blllouinetf and sick headache They do piUbablt r I10lfaggII 1b 1AIIG H L HEAVRIN Attorney at Low HARTFORD KY Will pnttfe bla prolnulo la alt tbe court nl OklA sad wljaliilDKCaaiUM dCotrtolApMab kpfdU tUntlo gtrB to alfecUOM ERNEST WOODWARD 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rtTTrou at 0 P A LoallTlUll ATuuNgwPuuAgntWubl DROPSY CVU ffisy eared I alas tkmd vow l Ia w waI1eaatwe4klya I Ir r L a 1rMrMI 4 k wl r FOR KILLING I WITCHES that Recalls New England History HAS BEEN CONCLUDED AT PARIS TEXAS He Believed the Witches Were Killing His People In Order to save Them He Went Forth and Killed Five In nocent Persons Solomaa Hotema a iull bo ded Cboctaw was QUieted of murder at Tex last week in the Federal court The verdict nettles the death penaltyHotema lived near Grant I T lie was educated at Roanoke Va and TM an influential citizen He held a number of offices was a Presbyterian minister lid was looked upou as a leaderHe believed however in whltch craft Three yeara ago numbers of bis people died from meningitis A witch doctor said they had been be witched and that the witches mutt be killed Armed with Winchesters lIotema and two young Choctaws went forth and killed two women and one man one woman was killed with a baby la her arms They attempted kill several others Hutema was acquitted in one case and a mistrial resulted In another Several physicians testified that he was insane Hotema received the verdict stoically remarking u he was led to jell lean say Gods will will be done- RRMINiCEi OP MB W EKGLANO This trial of Hotema has lew paral lelA la the history of the courts of this country and the tenses leading up to the crime for which the prisoner was tried for his lire have been unheard ol since the old Quaker days The case Is the first ol the kind ulna witch killera were tried in New En landThe crime ol murder lor which the prisoner Soloman Hotema was ar ralgned is attributable to a belle in witchcraft which has possession ol the more superstitious fullblood Choc taws u completely today slt hid a hundred years ago The tragedy was enacted in the vicinity of Cool Springs church six miles northwest of Grant There had been a number of sudden dtath in the community from spinal meningitis A little son 61 Soloman Hotema was among the number Ho temau was the pastor of the church acd was the head man and leader among his people as well as their spiritual adviser The Choctaws were greatly disturbed by the sudden deaths for which they were unable to account The manner In which the die use worked upon the victim caused them to attribute the malady to the evil charms of witches Meetings were held at the church to discuss the matter aodto advise means of staying the plague Sam Tarastnbby who lived 15 miles east of Grant had the fame among the fullbloods of being a great witch doc tor He was seat for His diagno sis of the patients confirmed the cue pinion that they had been bewitched Dy the occult methods of the witchdoctor be located the witches and de elated that the only way that the plagued could be stopped and the pa dents relieved was to kill them Some ot the supposed witches were relatives ol the defendants and had sat up with sick members of their families Tug SLAUGHTER OP WITCHES Tarnatnbby having declared that the witches must be killed to stop the plague Hotema ar the chief man in the community summoned Tobias Willlims and Sam Frye young full bloods to his assistance They got in Hotemcisbuggarmed with a wlncester and shotgun and started their deathdealing mission onI first called at the house of Vena Cole mane the aloter In law of Hotema and shot her down without compunction while she was holding a little child in her arms The babe was wounded but not killed An older child at tempted to run away when the shoot lug began and was shot in the back They next went to the home of Han Greenwood who came out to meet them They inquired where his wife was informing him that she was a witch and that they kad come to kill her Greenwood began to plead for her life Hotema babe him to be still or they would kill him but that if he would keep qJt they would not kill i J IIr him until the next day Alter he rPt his wife burled they said they would kill him and lor him to be sure to br on hand They then killed his wife before his eyes The last victim was Alfred Morris who was deUberat1lyI shot down wlTnont any lug From the house of Alfred Mor I ris they dtove to the house of East man Mississippi who was away A little boy who was living with biro saw them coming and fled As hi ran away several shots were fired at himThe defendants were arrested and lodged in jail at Antlers and front there were carried to Atoka the hold over jail for the Antlers court Whlli incarcerated there Tobias Williams died Hotema Frye end Taruntubby were granted a change of venue to the Paris federal court They made ap plication through habeas corpus pro needing to Judge D E Bryant Ho tema and Frye were denied ball while the offense of Tarnatubby the witch doctor was held to be bailable he nav lug advised the killing but not belnf present when the trsgedles were en acted He wasiadmltted to ball in the sum oi 2000 as an accessory be fore the fact- ANOT1ika WtTCUXIUIKO The wholesale killing of the sup posed witches by Hotema and his confederates is but one of many such kill lug which have occurred among the Chotaws In years past One of the most striking of these witch execu tions took place several years ago InI Blue county on BoggyStephen Bel vln who has since that time beenI sheriff of the county a member o national council who has held other responsible positions and who Is still I living had pneumonia and was being treated by a white physician Being a fullblood unable to speak English Mary Poison a beautiful halfbreed girl living In the community was employed as nurse and interpreter to lee that the medicine was administered according to directions The pa tlent did not Improve under the white doctors treatment Ills neighbors and friends becoming dissatisfied in slated that a Choctaw doctor be sent for There was one in the communi ty known as Blind Isom famous as a witch doctor He was sent for As soon as he examined the patient he declared that the white doctor didnt know what was the matter with him and was treating him wrong that he hid been shot with a witch ball and that the girl who was nursing him was the witch who had placed him under the evil spell Blind Isom de Glared the only way Bclvln could recover was with his own hand to kill the witch He must take a knife and hack her to pieces After an earnest consultation with his friends Belvln consented to carryuut the suggestion He was provided with a sharp knife which he concealed under the cover While the girl was administering his medicine and was leaning over the bed Bllrv3 Isom seized and pressed her down until the patient who had supposedly been bewitched could stab her to death She was literally cut to pieces No legal punishment was ever inflicted for the crime Coughs and Colds In Children Recommendation of a Well Known Chicago Physician I used and prescribed Chamberlains Cough Remedy for almost all obsti bate contracted coughs with direct results I prescribed it to children of all ages Am glad to recommendlt- to all In need and seeking relief from colds and coughs and bronchial afflic tions It Is nonnarcotic and safe in the hands of the most unprofessional A universal panacea for all mankind Mrs Mary R Melendy M D Ph D Chicago III This remedy is for sale by all druggists m About five years ago last winter during a deep snow I noticed rabbits had girdled about a dozen of my young apple trees and remembering to have read somewhere that rubbing the trunks of the young trees with the greasy side of a bacon rind would prevent such depredations I applied the remedy with the most satisfacto ry results Not a rabbit touched an other tree during that winter I have used the bacon rludiuthe tall ever since although rabbits weie plentl iul they ate something else My trees were immune Cor EpltomUt A l Snell wanted to attend a parr ty but was alrald to do so on account of palncs In his stomach which be feared would grow worse He says I was telling my troubles to a lady friend who said Chamberlains Colic Choleja and Diarrhoea Remedy will put you rn condition for the par ty I bought a bottle and take pleas ure in stating that two doses cured me and enabled me to have a good time at the party Mr Snell Is a resldentuf Summer Hill N Y This remedy Is for sale by all druggist m 1 A few of our Democratic exchanges are urging the principle of TaflQ reform They have short memories Children should not play with sharp tools Savannah Mo Reporter A JACKSONS DUEL How He Killed Charlie Dick inson in a Duel in Logan County Account of for Stirring Incident- In the Life of Old Hickory CAUSES THAT LED TO DUEL A great deal has been heard ol the Of old heros services to his country yet we seldom hear the details of the most exciting incident in his career his duel with Charles Dickinson a gentleman sport of Nashville end of a reckless disposition The Washington correspondent of the American reviews this duel in an interesting manner After telling of Mrs Jack sons first marriage to a profligate and unworthy bnnband Lewis Rob saysI it became pretty generally understood around the neighborhood that the divorce had been granted Then Jackson began to call on Mrs Robards quite frequently Before he knew It he was dead In love with her And Jackson was in love just what he was In war determined vibrant Impetuous earnest Decided and passionately In tense He went Into this love affair as into everything else with his heart and soul And In that as most things he succeeded Stormed by his ardent attentions and burning words the ladys heart surrendered and Jackson took the citadel of her love Then they were married The wedding took place several mouths after it was under stood that Mrs Robards had been di vorced and therefore she and Jack son were entirely Innocent of wrong Their consternation can be imagined when they learned a short time after wards that Robards had not secured a divorce and that be had caused it to be circulated as the truth simply for revengeBoth Mr and Mrs Jackson were overcome with the situation but they immediately seperated and steps were taken at once to make the divorce an absolute and positive matter ol fact Finally the divorce was really grant ed and then the young cqnple were married again amidst much rejoicing About this time Jackson began to assume a political prominence that aroused the envy of certain other pol itlclans of that day and time who formed a conspiracy to get him out of the way With rougher characters the method would have been outright murder But these men called themselves gentlemen and deemed that the only way to do Jackson was to entice him into a duel where he should be sure to get killed The doubt arose however that Jackson might kill his antagonist So it became necessary to select a crack shot Some time was consum ed In finding a proper man nnd a man who was willing to go into the thing for the fame it would give him but finally a young sport of the day by the name of Charles Dickinson was induced to take the matter in hand Dickinson was a young youth of 25 who prided himself upon his fine looks and Lotharlollke qualities The man having been secured the plot commenced Ijom that time on a systematic persecuteon of Jackson began which in details furnishes one of the most interesting chapters in Jacksons notable career Jackson bore everything however with forti tude and forbearance of an upright man with ccol Indifference of a gen tleman until tailing in other irritate ing and Insulting methods Dickin son commenced to whisper slanders concerning Jackson which it is unnecessary to say were the basest lies Imaginable These slanders came to Jacksons ears and he consulted his wife as what was best to do She acted nobly and pursuaded her hus band to let the matter go for a little while longer in the hopes that the persecution would cease and the gentlemen drop their conspiracy Jackson consented to his wifes wishes but much against his own in clinations and for a short while it seemed that the trouble would blow over But it was not to be The crisis earnest a race meeting in Nash ville Jackson bud a horse on the track The day this horse was book ed Mr Jackson was at the track much inteaested in the event on the card and when the bunch passed the three quarter mile post and came into the home stretch Jacksons horse was In the lead- Greatly excited Mrs Jackson ex- claimedi Oh hes running away from them Dickinson who happened to be ttnlln parr quickly saw his oppor tunity to insult Mrs Jackson and was none too good to seize It Yes he said but not half so fast as his owner ran away with an other mans wife That was the straw that broke Jacksons back and he told his wife the matter would have to be settled according to the code But It was several months before he finally chal lenged Dickinson He waited to arrange his worldly affairs entirely to his satitfacllon before challenging Dickinson so that his wife would not suffer for he fully expected to die When his arrangements were com pletehis challenge was delayed for several owing to the absence of Dickinson who was in Kentucky Hawing the races However when he wjae within communication of j tillOnIgal the challenge was de livered and of course Dickinson ac ceptedThe duel took place on May 3o 1816 The place selected was Hart sons Mills in Logan county Ken tuckyBefore it came off Dickinson boast ed around that he intended to aim di rectly at the top button on Jacksons doublebreasted frock coat the style ol garment he nearly always wore at that period of Hie and dickinson said he was sure to shoot his antagonist through the heart because the loa lion of the button was just over It This caused Gen Overton Jacksons second to suggest to Jackson that he have a coat made with a single row of buttons Jackson did so The strategy may have been worth some thing and may not At any rate when the two men stood before each other at the short distance often paces Jackson presented no particu lar mark at which Dickinson could aim as he was clad from chin to in step in a long coat oi solid black loosely buttoned about his person with a single rowe ol bottons Pistols were the weapons used and were of the old blunderbuss orderI which held but one charge If both men missed time was to be given for reloading But the idea of Dickinson missing made his friendsI and seconds laugh They firmly be lieved that Dicinson would kill Jack son at the first fire They were not wrong as to Dickin sons greater facility but they mis calculated on Jacksons characteristic talent for strategy The latter had talked it all over with his second Sew Overton and the two had agreed that the only way was to let Dickin son fire as he liked and then IfJack son could stand he was to take his own time In aiming at Dickinson This was the situation when thet two men met there at Harrisons MUlsI on that May morning in 1806 A level piece of greenward was se tented and the distance paced off Then pegs were driven against which each man was compelled to keep his heels until the two pistols hid been fired When all was in readiness the men tcok their places hands downI The command was Fire one two 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 Posi tive cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally understood that Drnnkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by parlodical or constant use of intox icating requires an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicat lug this poison and destroying the craving for lutoxatants 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 faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation ol thousands ofDrunk ards into sober industrious and up right men- Wives cure your husbands II Chll dren cute your fathersI I This rem edy is in no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease only and Is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or coffee with out the knowledge of the person take lug it Thousands ofdrunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy end as many more have been cured and made temperate men by having the Cure administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge In coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued drinking of their own free will Do not wait Do not be deluded by ap parent and lejdlng Improvement Drive out the disease at once and for all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach oi everybody a treat ment more effectual than others cost Ing 26 to 50 pun directions accompany each package Special advice by physicians heu reo without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt ol one dollar Address Dept I Edwin B Giles lit Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confid entlal r NICE OLD QUAKER LADY Cured of Catarrh BY PeFunae After 20 Years SufferingI MRS POLLt ETAKS A LIFELONG FRIEffD OF tEBU51 Mywtte Polly J Evans says she feet entirety cared otsystemic catarrh ethrellty run ttaodtag She took nearly tlx bottles ol thy excellent medl mae PeraoM at directed tad we feel very thankful to thee for thy kindness aidadvice She did not ever expect to be so well the Is now Twelve years age Itcured her ot la grippe Iwest to tell thee there has been a great deal ot Pernem usefhere last winter Peruna does not need praising It tells for Itself We can and do recoeaesead It to anyone that Is afflicted with catarrh As tier thy triead John Event South Wabash lad The ahoy letter written by a venerable old Quaker Mr John ET D living at South Wabash Ind tells In his quaint language his experience with the IlitUoaal estarzh remedy Peruna three stop I and the men were to fire as soon alter the first word as they desiredFire began the second in his five words of command but before the one was uttered Dickinson brought his arm up in a flash and the report oi his pistol rang out In the air The bullet hit Jackson in the breast and broke two ribs He stag gered but did not fell Dickinson looked at his antagonist first in surprise then in terror For cool as a cucumber Jackson was standing erect taking aim There was a quarter of a minute of dreadful suspense on the part ol all and then Jacksons pistol rang out upon the morning air The bullet passed entirely through Dickinsons body and the young man fell upon the ground In the agonies oi death It he had shot me through the heart said Jackson afterwards I would have hilled him just the same because I had determined to do so Nevertheless it is known to be a fact that Jackson regretted this occurrence more than any incident oi his life But this is the accepted etory of the way Old Hickory came to fight his famous duel Put gray matter In your head Brings a rosy glow to faded cheeks Restores vim vigor mental and phy sical happiness Thats what Rocky Mountain Tea will do 250 Ask your druggist m SKELETON IN CAVE Probably Remains of Man Who Disappeared Twentyfive Years Ago On Bushy creek this county a few days ago some boys were playing inn cave or rock house which extend ed back into a hill about forty feet when they were horrified to finds human skull and the bones of a hUe man form lying near by The people of the neighborhood were notified and considerable excitement followed The skeleton was that of a man The skull was well preserved The bones were lying In what appeared to be a quantity ot ashes It is thought the skeleton was uncovered by some hogs that bad been in the cave The theory is that when the body was placed there a fire was built on it In the hope of destroy ing all traces of It The older citizens of that community are confident that the discovery ex plains the mysterious disappearance of a man about twentyfive years ago Isaac Bryant was the name of the man He suddenly disappeared and no trace of him was ever discovered It was suspected that he had been murdered but no evidence was se cured in support of the theory The affair created a great deal of excite ment at the tine and has been the The Quakers have always bun eDW acterlzed by their untiring care its relieving the suffering of their owa poor and are hoipltable iwee t plrlted and gentle people They universally wear plain unobtrusive clothing not so much for uniformity as to escape the everchanging fashions Indrcn Their honesty and veracity Is well known Hence this letter will bo read 9 with interest by all olaues Could any words be more to the polat could any evidence be more convincing than the above pergnailve direct stab cerolettorT Systemic catarrh Is aeon JUlon In which chronic catarrh hasper vaded the whole system Catarrh flrsl begins by localizing Itself In iomeoae or more organaot the body but verV soon It shows a tendency to spread to other organs If It la not checked fa whole system becomes Invaded ytbs Inaldlonodlieaie When catarrh has reached this stage of courie It has gone beyond ihe ritab l 61 all local remecMei Nothing but a systemic remedy can reach it- Perunaiatheonlyremedyyetdetbed to meet such cases Icrnna eradicates catarrh from the system It does its work quietly but surely It cltanies the mucous membranes ol the whole body It produces regular functions Peruna restores perfect health In a natural way Anna P Nichols Vice Grand Baxter f Itebekah Lodge in a letter from DOS j Main street Kansas OUyIIOI71 My friends recommended Peruna so highlythatlpur chased a bottle to try It and have nave been sorry At times my syitetn became en tirely run down I could not sloop well and lost my appetite Since I- hlLveuaedPerunal feel like different woman and hardly know what It la to be sick congratulate OB the merits of your wonderful medicine sad wish you continued success One of Dr Hortmans free books ca catarrh sent to any address by The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio subject of much comment since Bryant was something near fiftyit1 years old He was a member of the Fourteenth Kentucky regiment dur lug the war i The skull is said to conform to the somewhat peculiar shape oi Bryants headLaRue County Herald To got rid of a1 Troublesome Corn First soak it in warm water to saft en it then pare it down ascloselylas possible without drawing theibleed and apply Chamberlains Pain Balm twice dally rubbing vigorously tot five minutes at each application A corn plaster should be worn for a few days to protect it from the shoe As = a general liniment for sprainebrnlss lameness and rheumatism Pain Balm is unequaled For sale by all drag gist m r Suited His Flock The ColonelYou only have to one sermon on Sunday Uncle should think your congre IMlcajahI Insist on an evening sermon Parson MIcajah Dats coz de conggatlon has hern me preach Cunnel an you haint Chicago Tribune Used by the ladles of fashion all over the world Its without deabt the greatest beautifier ever offered the onlybydruggist m DO YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps GUARANTEEDf1 IIfIIJ THE BESreHay Bale Ties Coilwire Grate Bars Pipe Fittings Engine anti Boiler Trimmings etc CallonSMcHemy fg Mach Co Mellon Ky 11 1 1 isaAl a l Hartford Republican Illuii frldayi tftill Hartford full CalneorperaU Blind it Hartford postolfici is second clissmailmatti orczcrcoN= I Zlouorll nlI LON KOG RMdllor FRIDAY DECEMBER 6 THOSE beautiful sunny days are fading into dark days of winter WnArwouIdColBrynnhaveCon gress do with Aguinaldo the captured PhilipI3 THE St Louis Worlds Fair is be ing boomed already Its 2 yean oil but the display that is to be will re s quire much time iT lThEgood people of Furdeville vote I on the whisky question next Tuesday 1 Fordsvillo does not need open saloons Theyre much worse than atlblind pIg The fact can be seen by an I observer in Hartford tt IF Kentucky has recovered from U shameful conduct and has the lberS to go in public mingle with the 5i f world and flirt with other better be I haved sister States she ought to pre IIparefor a display at St Louis in ji kMwsSTONE the Turkish missiona a ry has been murdered She was kidnappedsome weeks ago and held a ransom If the report be true tforshe Is dead Uncle Sam may hav- eC to ay before the matter isI adjusted i S kTEE Kentucky Legislature villI Chinn again we presume to aid in electing a Senator He has won a notorious reputation and has l 1 been in about all the turbulent scenes at the capitol Really he ought to s be pensioned Jo CUBA is clammonng for freedom again She docs not know that the greatest possible freedom is given all under the American flag When her c wonted freedom comes the will be like the Irishmantilt aint what I thought it wuz CONGRESS IS down at work with Speaker Henderson of Iowa at the J helm Senator Lodge of Rhoad r Island is tipped as the Republican leader of the Senate He is a veryj able gentleman and will doubtless F make his mark as a leaner ONE among the first things that CongrcassL is ready for it and would welcome it at a very early day Connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans will be oneU I of the greatest events in American 1 history M t LAST week we suggested a reform in politics Our contemporary joins us in the reformation but we lear in bad faitb He says the man who sells his political influence is equally guilty with the voteseller Thats JI t trueits all the same But what do you mean brother Who sold his in fluence did you say TUE legislature ought to appropri ate a sum of sufficient size to make Kentuckys display at St Louis firetI class Her Chicago turnout was practically a disgrace and if she eaI ters the Fair of 1903 she ought notI go half clad Business men ought toI be appointed to supervise and are range this display of our resources I and not laugerhead politicians whosei only ambition is a little notiriety a little publicity This is an impor tant matter and should be handled carefully THE city treasurer of Louisville eleI Ifaultedthe city of quite u sum of money and to cover his shame tookI his own life This is a sad aflair CorI Louisville and Kentucky but only aI J few years agoDickTate robbed the State treasury of hundreds of thousands of dollars Its strange that these defaulters always turn up in Democratic times yet its true Ini all probability tho money in both cases was used for campaign purposes and it is possible that the teachers ofII the State are today feeling the cCI fects of a campaignI IT may be that those parties whoI are wont to hold that the vote in theI recent election was a lair expression of the peoples will unmtimidated by Imoneyand whisky will charge thatI F its vicious and unbecoming to say that men sold out got drunk and were hauled from the polls but it dont change matters The instance cited in our last issue which occurred I in East Hartford precinct escapes the notice of the guilty The recent I Dizzy t Then your liver Isnt acting well You suffer from bilious ness constipation Ayers Pills act directly on therliver t r For 60 years have been the Standard Famify Pill Small doses cure AiidJSSiiati r Want Tour lnoul lid or I ri4 kuuulul brown or rleb tUtk f 1 n LJBUCKINGHAMS ora jo a 0 fl 000 Hi H J y Zt election Whi bought out and what may be said to the contrary will not change matters in the least rTnE Kentucky gerrymandering machine Las been at work quite a while Woodeon has been blazing the roadway for the past two years and ought to have a pretty plain path by this time It remains to be seen just what will be done About the most important work is in the Court of Appeals districts As matters stand the Republicans will elect two members next year as matters may stand alter the sessions work has been completed is quito a different thing It is an evident fat that what is left ungerrymandered will be out of th jurisdiction of the legislature neces sarily out of the State OUR very worthy contemporary is appearantly averse to accepting the nomination fur Congress which he wants so bad because he says his enemies are for him Indeed this is quite sad Nothing but our ver best cjrdialpood wishes go with cu contemporary We concluded the demand for Ohio countys tim in Congress that the demanding party was the wanting and deserving factor thcrefoie through courtesy for his wants we made the demand on the Democratic party in this dis trict Its very true that Ohio coun ty ought have the next Congressman but if it shall be hers to enjoy why not put out a man of ability SchooLs will soon be out and the teachers ought to enter for the eprin term in some good training school I s hoped that the next legislature vil extend tho term and award the teacher better for his labor We are heartily in sympathy with tho profession and hope to see it prosper Before this hope can materialize int a reality we must have some needed legislation The school term ought to be at least eight months per jear and the State is able to so make it through the legislature The children demand an eight months term and most assuredly the teachers deserve it Will the legislature not come to the rescue of a perishing profession TEACHER PADDLE YOUR OWN CANOE We are informed that the Teach ers Association at Beaver Dam the Jlatitut will discuss a plan of abol uhing tne present Trustee system and establishing a county board of education whose duty it shall be to hire teachers for the various schools This board to be composed of one member from each magisterial district posses sing certain qualification elected by the peope together with the County Superint ndent We believe this a goodmove in the right direction No mau is better qualified to select the teachers for the schools of the county than the Superintendent He examiups them for license to teach and visits them in their work and knowsjust what each teacher is qual tiled to do It could not possibly be more unsatisfactory than the trustee system now in vogue over the State It is certainly worth serious consider ation at the hands of our teachers and it they think wise they should petition the Legislature for tbeseI needed reforms Another thing the Legislature ought to do is to fix theI Superintendents salary to be paid by the county or State and not leave 118I adjustment to a partizan and of enItimes ignorant Fiscal Court If reform comes to the teachers and their profession it will come through persistent agitation and this agitations not going to boom unless those in terested in the cause directly take it up The farmer has cares ot his own The lawyer suffers nothing to remain lex in his profession while the banker and the merchant are abundantly supplied with labors The question naturally falls to the teaches paddle their own canoe and ifI fails he and his profession must ofI necessity drift down stream TbeI Beaver Dam association promises to be very important and should command the presence of every teaches the countyIBewnreot Olninieiim lor Cnnirrli IIIRtI Contain Mercury mercury will surely destroy the sense oi smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces SuchI articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phy sicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can posslblI derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by P J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mer cury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous buyingHallsthe genuine It is taken internally IJCheneyperbottleHalls Family Fills are the best Flood of Bills Washington Dec 3 The flood of bills is so great in the House of Representatives that the clerical stall wad kept busy all last night and managed to get abreast of 279 public and 1113 private bills a total of 1392 or about onehalf of all those introduced Representative Brownlow ot Tennessee led the list with 252 bills and resolutions r LIFE A VOID Mrs AlcKlnley Simply Waiting the Summons to Join Her Husband A Canton telegram to the Record Herald says When Dr Rlxey left Canton two months ago for Washington it was with the understanding that he would notreturn to this city as the physicians oi Mrs McKinley unless her condition should change for the worse from what It then was Her health fo her was then about tormnl That state has continued and when here physicians are asked now as to her b nUh they reply in general that she is doing very well The statement is true bnt not all the truth Ph slcall Mrs McKinley is about in the same condition as she has been in for years but there are features about her case that make her friends enxious for her It is the pe nod of Mrs McKinleys mourning rand oi course she would not be ex to go out much even If physi periodeis over the latter feature that her friends are most anxious The widow of the lamented Presl dent excepting short drives remains at home In the little wooden house in North Market street made famous by the pilgrimage of thousands ol voters who swore fralty to McKinley in 1896 and again in 1906 and which has en tertalnedmany of the best known statesmen oi the nation VOIDtITo Mrs McKinley life is but a void She expressed to Dr Manchester the pastor and loving friend of the Mc Kinleys shortly alter the mattyred Presidents funeral a desire to die and join her husband This desire is toIspends much time weeping as she thinks of him who was for many years her stay and comforter Her unspeakable loss is only felt Mrs McKinley is constantly at tended by her sister Mrs M C Barber who has given up her usual homer duties and dsvotes all her time and energy to making life as pleasant as possible for Mrs McKinley The world but little knows with what love and sacrifice this attention is given by Mrs Barber The day after the President was laid in the vault in Westlawn came tery Mrs McKinley was driven to the tomb was allowed to enter and re main for a short time beside the casket containing her beloved dead This visit was repeated daily In order to make the stay as comfortable as possible for her a rocking chair was placed in the vault beside the casket and a rug was over the floor to pre vent dampness from causing Mrs McKinley any ill effects Friends have at last prevailed on Mrs McKin ley not to enter the vault and her visits now are to the tomb and to the family lot where reatthe ashes oi her children SEES FEW VISITORS Callers on Mrs McKinley are but Sew as she is so despondent that even her most intimate friends have failed to bring back any degree of cheer to her Her pleasures if she has any are in the past and mayhap in think ling ol the future when her spirit shall commune with that of her husband The close companionship and the constant devotioa of President and Mrs McKinley need not be retold the American people From the herIlawyer they constantly sought to benefit one another Mrs McKinley tle invalid was An aspiration to her husband because she cheered him in ways that the world knows not of Her body was weak bnt her spirit and faith were strong From the time that he started on a political career she was confident that he would some day be President This faith expressed to him and to her friends She purred him on in that direction She also taught him les sons of patience that served him well in later years engagerher delights for many years had been the working of slippers to be given friends as Christmas and boll day presents She also donated pieces her badiwork to raise money for charitable or other causes No new pieces oi hr skilled hand will be giv en at the coming Yuletide for Mrs McKinley has not longer the ambition to work at her once delightful pastime PHRPKCT HOME LIVE Perhaps at no place did the dally companionship of President and Mrs a1vantaKeIthe busiest hours of the President were spent here but be was never too busy to give attention to his beloved wife For him she was always Ida and to her he wasalways William He would drop the most impoitant matters of state or excuse himself from the most important caller If her condition atany time suddenly be came such as to demand his presence That Mr McKinley chatted with her read to her and soothed and com forted her in many ways is well known but it is perhaps not so well known that they exemplified by a pe culiar daily practice the Christian faith they professed For years the President always took timeI 110 just before dinner to pead a few moments with Mrs Mrkinley 11 e would then open a Bib s and read B selection fiom it to her This scripture reading was so firmly a part cf their life that no matter who dined with the McKinleys or how busy the President was with social callers he took the time to read a scriptural selection Perhaps in this as well as in his early teaching may be found the secrect of the strength which enabled him to forgive his assassin and to die in the triumph of his faith In former sears Mrs McKinley loved music and frequently called on her friends to furnish it She also delighted in little family social func lions and in entertainments furnished her by friends These desires have vanished She lives not lor pleasures To her life indeed is but an empty dream How long she will survive of course vu ole knows but Canton lana who know her and her surround Ings best cannot but think that the soothsayer who said she would not live more than one year otter her bus bands death was probably right II T Mcintyre St Paul Minn who has been troubled with a disor dered stomach says Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets do me more good than anything I have ever aken For sale by all druggist m CERALYO KY Mr Silas Scott has moved to Mr Sans Mot tons Mr N B Fulkerson hu sold his dwelling to Mr J C Reid wht has moved into same Rev C W Sugart and family will move to Beaver Darn in a few days The parsonage here has been tod to Messrs Reid and Moro Mr Alney Casebier his purchased a farm near Prentice and has moved to same Mr Gilbert Bennett and wife Llv more visited the family of Mr P A Miller last week Mrs Bertha Morton is still ver sick Louis a Chamberlain Nlotimrb untl Liver Tableli Try them When you feel dull alter eating When you have no appetite When you have a bad taste in the mouthWhen tour liver Is torpid When your bowels are constipated When you have a headache When yon feel bilious they will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowels For sale by all druggists m Fatal Fight in Grayson Leitchfield Dec 3ln a fight at Annetti about ten miles from here between Charley Rich John Sam Bradlev Bradley was shot five times and died a few hours later white Rich was stabbed fourtimt Two wounds are serious The 6g t grew out of a game of cards All who use Atomizers in treating nasal catarrh will get the best result from Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including spraying tube 75 cts Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St N Y Nev Orleans Sept i 190 Messrs Ely Bros I sold two bot ties of your Liquid Cream Balm to a customer Wm Lamberton 1415 DelI acholse St New Orleans he has the two bottles giving him wonderful and most satisfactory results Geo W McDuff Pharmacist Recognized theApproach of Death Hickman Ky Dec 3 MrsBates and aged woman died at her home in this city very suddenly last night She went to her husbands bed and told him she was dying returned to her own bed and died in a few sec onds She was the wife of Capt Levi Bates a wealthy land owner lIe is expected to die in a few hours Cure Erxenm mid Ilelitng humor Through the lllooil Conn Mottling to Try II B B B Botanic Blood Balm tak en internally will kill all the humors in the blood that cause the awful itch- Ing of Eczema Scabs Scales Ulcers Watery blisters Dolls Pimples Ach- Ing Bones and JointsPrickly Pains in the Skin old eating Sores etc Botanic Blood Balm will make the blood pure and rich heal every sore and permantly itop all the itching sensa lions Botanic Bo id Balm gives the rich glow of health to the skin B B B at drug stores r Trial treat went free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and tree medical udvlce given until cured Costs nothing to try B B B as all medicine is sent prepaid m aSlept Almost Three Years Hiawatha Kan Dec 3 J S Ly tie a Kansas pioneer died here today utter an illness lasting three years During that time he elept most of the time While in Santa Ann Cal he slept from May 28 to August 20 He was brought home early in September and has been oleeping continually since the second day f that month Shortly before he dkti he awoke During his long rltrp he was fed by means of a rubber rude Notice to Farmers countylheveOhio county for sale at Beaver Dam rightlorme at Beaver lam KyW STEVENS 913t September 9 1901 Theodore Roosevelt Is the first President since General Washington to wear kuee brtechii SMALLIIOUSE KY Miss Nettle Robertson of Owens bow is visiting her parents Mrs Dr Ellis Miller of ner Sulphur Springs itccorupanied by Miss Myers visited Mis Millets parents Mr and Mrs George Reid Wednes day and Thursday Mrs Sam Bibbs Centettown was the guest ol her parents a few days last week Rev Albert Maddox preached an Interesting sermon at the Suiallbouse Baptist church last Sunday Master John Fulkerson who has been sick the past fey days is bitter Mr Tom Martin and Miss Sallie Bullock were married November 7 They were accompanied to their home in Central City by Miss Uulah With row who will return house Sunday Mr Tobe Ticheror died in the bos plstal at Evansvllle November 23 of an Injury from a fall at the locks at Rumsey about eleven months ago lIe was buried at Aunt Nellies graveyard near Equality the 25th lie was 26 years old Mr and Mrs Seth Hunter visited Mrs Hunters brother Mr Ja Ben nett near Waltons Creek church Saturday and Sunday Mr W D Maddux gave an enter tainment at the schoolho se Thanks giving night which was greatly en joyed by all present II WILLIAMS MINES KY Dec 3 Mr and Mrs A M Smith spent Saturday and Sunday in Beaver DamMr and Mrs Wm Maltland ol Taylor Mines were the guests ol Mr and Mrs A Thorpe Sunday Mr W D Wakeland has announc ed the marriage of his daughter Mist Nittie to Mr Arthur McDowell The wedding will take place Wednesday evening December 4 at the home ol the btides parents Miss Ethel Thorpe will leave in a few days to visit friends and relatives in Greenville Rev D J K Maddox of rear Rock pott was the guest of his rtaugh ter Mrs A M Smith Monday Miss Annie Hooge will leave this week for Central City wbeie she goes to visit friends and relatives Miss Mary J Vernon went to Ech ols Thursday Miss Hattie Snell Boonville Ind is expected to arrive next Tuesday School is progressing nicely with Miss Lee Chinn as teacher Mr RlchatdCarr ol Muhltnbtrg county visited friends at this place last Sunday Born to the wile of Mr Wm Ross on the Sat insta finegirlHAPPV TWO CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bearsthed Signature JuzZ7GA Rev Irl R Hicks Is Not Dead Notwithstanding a widely current rumor that tbe Rev Irl R Hicks was dead he never was in better health and never did a harder and more successful years work than that juft closIng lie has just completed his large and splendid Almanac for 1902 and with tils staff of able helpers has brought his journal Word and Works justly forward into international rep utatlon For a quarter ofa century Mr Hicks has grown In reputation and usefulness as tile peoples astron omer end forecaster ot storms an J the character oi coming seasons Never were his weather forecasts so sought after as now his timely warn ing ofa serious drouth this year hav ing saved the people from loss and suffering Millions of bushels 01 wheat were harvested through his ad vice to plant crops that would mature early The American people will cer tainly stand bv Fret Htcks when It costs them so little and tne benefits are DO great His fine Almanac ol The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The Discoverer of Sw mjRsot at Work in flit tttoratory There Is a dlseasa prevailing In this country most dangerous becauss so decep five Many sudden deaths are caused by Itheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble Is allowed to ad yance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of he bloodthe albumen leaks out and the sufferer has Bright Disease the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the new discovery Is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It CUred thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts At druggists In fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling about Swamp Root and Its wonderful cures Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y and mention this paper FSwlrner sRemember Faughts Cash Grocery Stable and laught House when in Owonsboro 221 Bollivor street T II FAUCJHT Prop J r QTARRllCataneb I disease that a entirely free irons this disgustiugconiplaint seldom suet I with Jt Is customary to speak of Catarrh as nothing mure serious than u bad n sluiple isiflaiminsation of the nose and throat HI in fact a complicated and I very dangerous disease not at it very soulS becomes to Wood is quIckly contaminAted by throughliesystdtliSle5 spnsya are unsatisfactory and disppo1ntimg becaute they do not reach the seat of the trouble S S S does It cleanses the blood of the poison antI cliiniimUs frosts the system all catar thai secretions and limos cures thoroughly and permanently tIme worst cases I Mr T A Thiiiama leadlnic drysoodmtrI runIniMl Catarrh With all the dlMzreeaMo edecta which bclrnm to that dlteaie 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Kindly notice tho label on your paper and if your time has expired please send in your renewal Remember it takes money to run a nowspa portUny wo hear from you I itrlfiist JrLargatct Nall Music Teacher rePianoTuillon per Term of ten weeks 1000C Mr Wm Fair was ia Louisville Wednesday 0Mrin loan Wednesday C R Martin jeweler end watt maker at William drug store WANTED 1000 bushels of Hlckol rynnts CARSON Com The prettiett beat and cheeped patterns in dress geode at Carson r iCos tbleraevcowRogers Beaver DamblMrs I P Barnard Louisville WAS called to the burial ol her slater Mrs Jeff Bell Baford yesterday We now have on hand some rem Went calico in red and whitemCOCc Attorney Ernest Woodward went t Owensboro Wedeaday oa legal bust lIeNaud will return this evening In Come to Carson Co for anything allyou need in General Dry Goods Their prices are right and quality the best Leave your laundry at Frat National Bank Hartlord Ky for Wallace Rll ley agent for Richmond Steam Lean j dry I I tlon 101edMrs Jeff Bell at Mt Herman yester nays Mr Jason Lucas one of the mew She here of the Mohlenberg Fiscal Court died Monday He was elected at the teat election Mr WShlrtzer and Miss ciNeomasidence ol Esq J A Park Wednes a Mr Shartzer is from Grayson one county while his brde is from near this countyM Itching Skin i Distress by day and night I Thats the complaint of those who are so unfortunate as to bo afflicted with Eczema or Salt Rheumand out I ward applications do not cure They cant i source of tho trouble Is in ti bloodmake that pure and this ec lag burning Itching skin disease will t disappear UI nu taken with an Itching on my I arm which proved very disagreeable I concluded It was sell rheum and bought a bottle of hood Sartiparllla In two days after I began taking It I felt better and wn not long before I was cured Ira never had any skin disease since MBS IDA E WARD Cove Point Md Hoods Sarsaparilla i and PillsIrid the blood of all impurities and cure all eruptions Mr Nicholas BarrassTaylor Mines was in town Wednesday Mr M L Heavrin was in Fords vllle ycsteadsy an legal business Mr J W Marks Louisville at i tended the burial of his sister Mrs left Bell yesterday Mr and Mrs S T Marks attend the burial of Mr Marks sister Mrs Bell Buford yesterday Mr R L Tweddell has moved hit the J W Ford house near the bridge which hIS recently been temoddled Mr B H Burgess Prentis and Miss Mertle Simmons Prentis were married at the County Clerks office Wednesday Mr Hubert Stanley brother oi DrSA F Stanley is arranging to r school here next term He will takeEzooms with his brother Boys we hive just received a new lot of stiff hIts strictly uptodate in MISchtocter the photographer is at11 1Miss at the Hartlord wharf with his float lag studio but will leave the first oi February Go to him for firstclass worn Messrs R G Smith end John La may Bvansvllle traveling salesmen were in Hertford Wednesday They report Hartford a charming place for business and are likely to return about Sunday TAKEN DP AS ESTHAY One black horse white in lace both hind feet white four years old Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges B M FAUGIIT 19at McHenry Ry grdiedwas supposed that he had heart He was a merchant and had many friends who very much out regret his sudden departure Mr Leslie Dossett of Sacramento has arrived in Hartford and taken charge ot the stemming department Mr Vickers tobacco factorypa tall and winter delivery goodh in they were lest year The Herald very pertinently re oats arks that the sanitary condition about the court house is a blot on civ illzitlon Hud the Herald said the outbuildings on the corner of the court house steps were disgraceful to county It would have put it right spending perhaps 2000 for out- uildings thanthe county and town is in worse condition today than when it commenced its improvement Mr Frank L Smith who was senon nced to verve ten years imprison ones by the Bteckenridge Circuit ourt In the spring ol 1899 for the- o r murder of Lewis Franklin at Sulphur Springs his been paroled and arrived Hartford yesterday from the Eddy 2- vllle prison It is the earnest bope o that Mr Smith will lead an honorable life end that hIs parole may prove final and that he will live in such manner that he will uot be de S prlved of the blessings of liberty =Mrs Jeff Bell died Wednesday morning at io oclock ot a com plica of diseases at her home near Bu She had been sick about 5 weeks remains were laid to rest in the Mt Carmel cemetery yesterday in the presence oi many sorrowing friends leaves a husband and ten chll dren the oldest of which is Honor 18 years of age to mourn her eternal ab where and tallStizen and her death not only casts only pall over the community hut robbs of the leading families in the they you depMr quite a large acquaintance wh Hfriendship he has long enjoyed Mr Bell ia a brother ol Mrs JC Riley Hartford and Mrs I P Barnard Louisville 0 Notice to TaxPayers oix pl ro on tho 1st of Jitnua next at which time I will compelled to make settlement Staterefor all taxes placed in my han for collection Hence I will bo compelled to collect all Taxes duo mo at once and I hereby authorize and dire my deputies to collect said Taxes at once and not to pa anyone that owes 1axwit out collecting same or levy ag on property to makesamesotl This December 3 1901 STEVENSedCo o V OnrAoIbnjht tllasatar of ZifMarriages Squire IWhlttalcerHt fllnr to Miss Settle Shaver Beda Mr Pete None Deanfield to Miss DL Haakins Etnavllle Mr Olin Duke Sunnydale to Miss M Maden Palo Mr Arthur McDowell Render to Miss Nettle B Wakeland McHenry Mr Lee Hawkins Westerfield I- iss Eva Taylor Westerfield Mr E M Roach Taylor Mines to Ruth Stewart Hartford MrJohn N Shaver Duff to Miss Neoma P Craig Mr E H Burgess Prentis to Miss Mertle Simmons Prentis HOME the ANDCHILD Docs your horse feel his c oats 1 What a difference between the grainfed and the for rassfed horse I The first and full of ginger the day second flabby weak and tired the before he begins The feeding makes the difference who Children arc not alike either One is rosy brighteyed fur- aE life and laughter another is Ile weak and dull The feed fieSicklyfeeding They dont feel their Scotts Emulsion adds day the t01diethorse The child gets new appetite and strong digestion L Scotts Emulsion is more food It is a strong medicine It rouses up dull children puts new flesh on thin and red blood into pale It makes cli 3ren grow lives Scotts Emulsion ekes ordi ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY incoiroiiTED nary food do its dutyThis picture represent SatEmulsIonwrapper of every bottle knd for fret wnplcbe SCOTT BOWNE log Pearl St New orlerial SOC ahd Jt all dmltlidseD last give for oryouyou can buy your own phones build your own lines end be in was distance with the whole coun and business points generally by In paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company orwa will bent the whole expense II dlent say so We connect with all In of molarsOl THREE SCHOOLS IN ONE GREAT BUILDING UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATED UNDER THREE CHARTERS 11 The SMthern Normal Subset the Independent Normal Training School of the South An able Faculty ofI t fb Specialists his charge of the different Departments sad thorough practical and comprehensive teaching is T e Primary English Teachers State State Diploma Preparatory Elocution and Oratory Vocal and Instrumental Music coulees are taught We moll rapeclfulllonleall- penoswboezpectlotakea S- lsCsurssto Inmtlcate lha q ourTrr CGLLUtTfcijeadlnr Thomnla Nationalneof Tht11 ell 0 e caaa are tdutci or this intUUUon lrlou wear tbornutb ColDllltrdal JCdacatloll sad a WslBSOt whm fOIl + School ol nd andCormerdBnoebesTyptwtillDg BoilnM CorreipoodeBce Bulacu AriUiBcUc commercialt1w reamuihlp Practice etc TralllDllpalcller alll practical Railroad Man has c tgeofwthework Our student tn suatuful In the 3 tea rohedoDatWedd and serer tall to Klan tbeOOY Students will be in daily attendance during the hlfheit positions of honor sad treat present scholastic year THE MEAT INDEPENDENT NORMAL AND BUBINEBB TRAINING 8OHOOLB OF THE SOUTHr MTBC SURE TO MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITERoCataJefoee UK JooraeJt Fret AtUnss H H CHERRY general Manager Boollag 8r aa Ky 1 FOUL MDER IS CHARGED Eofx burned for Certain Proof Ghent Ry Dec 3 The citizens ot Ghent are still very indignant over Jasboera weeks ago and steps have been taken to have the body ol the girl mortemdsthat persons other than McGlasa will be indicted as accessories before the fact for the murder and sensation sl developments are promised Tbe ctmurder was coldblooded and brut McGlaseon is still at large A Govsscltlzhplementlng that reward II McGlas should be caught it is probable that It would go hard with him in view of the indignation aroused since all the facts have become known For some cause the Coroner was not sent for liter the killing of Miss Grif fitba but Instead Squire Hoggl who lives in the neighborhood moned a jury and heard the eviden This Jury rendered A verdict of so dental shooting The shooting occurred on the Skin ner farm where Miss Griffiths w working as a dementia It is common talk in the uelgh Hood that the girl was in a delicate condition and that this was the rea son for wishing to put her out of the way It Is also charged that McGlas son was used as a tool by others and- o that he was not responsible for t girls condition The object of having the body exhumed is to find out these charges as to the girls condl lion are true The girls father recently visited the neighborhood and has declare- that he will avenge his daughters death RENDER KY Dec 3Mr Oscar Brown attended oyster supper at Rockport last Thursday night Mr and Mrs G T Westerfield spent Thanksgiving in Central City with relatives and friends Mr H B Harper clerk for the CI I Co has been promoted to the position as bookkeeper at McHen the C C I Co Miss Mary J Vernon Williams I Mines was in Rockport last Thurs Mr WI Rowe Rockport was In city Sunday Miss Mary Hite of Central City has been visiting Miss Ida Martin returned home last Sunday Centrall1 Myers Miss Zana Westerfield Hartford visited Mr and Mrs G T Wester last Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Reid and Miss Zetta Hocker of Render spent Sun afternoon in Taylor Mines Mr B Brown Beaver Dam was in last Sunday The Render Baptist church has organized a Sunday School with Mr as Francis Superintendent- Mr John Hocktr returned from Central City lest Sunday X ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT Dee qMrs Katie Campbell Central City visited friends and refs here SundayIMrs B Salsbury visited in Central City Saturday acd Sunday Mr Decker traveling agent for the Louisville Commercial was Jin town urday ai Mrs Robert Adlson is thought to taking typhoid fever Mr Simon Jones attended the mar of his niece Miss Annie Steph u Jo Mr T B Wood at Central Wednesday- On December 14 the ladles liofa box supper at the school hall the benefit of the Baptist Sunday School which was organized last Sunday BRiDCBTra In Memoryslames Th son on D and Mary F Vanmeter He born April 30 1882 end died January 29 1901 near Paradise KyrI the 8th year of his age His home In Grayson county He was obemto his parents and the support the family He leaves a lather end six sisters and one brother s SISTER Program the Teachers Meeting ol the Hart M Magisterial District to be held at iaitlord Saturday Den 14 got too Opening Remarks Prof 0 shultz Music by Association Composition work in the Intermediate tadeaMrs J A Wedding and Mr K Carter Some Phases of Child at vatureMr Cleburn Miller and Miss f- iiatic Pirtle Nature Study iu Com Schools Messrs Everett Ellis Jno C Barnard Noon too Training in Reading Power 53 MMggte Paxton and Mr Claud ith How the Teacher may aid inmSpelling Reform Messrs T J iirton end U I Pazton How can teach the Teacher who does not ttend our AssociationMessrs E W JRobertsonvlnrton Culture of Christian Child ItMessr W G Welborn and Asthma I CI One of my daughters had a terrible case 0 asthma tried almost everything but without re lief We then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and three and bottles cured herEmma Jane Entsmlngcr Langsville O Ayers Cherry Pectoral ccrtainlycuresmanycases of asthma- on And it cures bronchitis hoarseness weak lungs whoopingcough croup winter coughs night reocoughs and hard colds nrMiUettIicWcJI wdnghf ItIPUarelwith hlQwItCOlllaa Mail Urey Taylor Business of the Ass tion announcements and adjoutam JNO C BARNARD J HAM BARNES Com ISDOllAB GIBSON J Newsceo1Cithe season was m given 1 Friday evening at Seminary Hell oasledboIW I the younger set wets present to g re the masqueraders on their arrival From 730 to 10 was spent in a Co slant moving about on the part oi t hemasque for fear of being recognized by Thejjo on some or eVe er recognizable walk or movements of some other About 10 oclock t masques were removed and grest thatSwad yo most intimate friend whom you thought had failed to come and the one you were sure you recognized was someone you had never thought of The refreshments were fruits am candles and music was furnished some of the young folks The masqueraders were Miss S Austin was a charming young widow in deep morunlng Reryd Miss Maggie Brunton represented day in a beautiful white gown and Miss Welborn her companion was beautiful as night Mrs C P Austin and Miss King were charming as two little girls in brae Mrs Z Wayne Griffin wore a black silk gown oi her motherinlaws Mrs V M Stewart was an ideal LibertyMisses Hocker and Nell Austin were charming young aril in blue and white ese Miss Gertrude Monroe was pretty in white Miss Lizzie Stevens was a real mother goose Miss McReynolds was fine as Samantha Miss Constance Stevens wasUs woman in black Miss Mallie Stevens was splendid a crippled fortune teller Mrs Walter Wright was a flue representative ioth Century Lady PsnsyStevensicrdesses Miss Laura Barnes was a splendid r coonI Leach was theUUttle Fat Boy Dr Luther Smith was fine as an u Mr Sam Taylor was a delightful old woman in black Mr Charlie Blankenship was a splendid detective ProIEhlman was a fineSanta Clnaa palMr as the tramp printer hInd caps rJIngMr JohnBarnes was an ideal miner tl representatlve ed Mr Will Barnes was the orator oi the occasion One fellow who deserves mention Will dressed as follows very low paper cap made from a paper sack blue calico dress cotton apron broad he silk cotton masque had teeth is somewhat broken and wore gold ring left third finger who is hel We never could find out There may be others but some unmasked so bur that we could never tell what ey represented With many thanks the heads of this nice entertaln ent we thank you for such an enjoyable elevening Very truly MRS Z W G f el ill THE WINTER iHHii Platen It Pki MateRPoe coughs and sots Plasters an an Incomparably bitter rem ed1 Uws sey otheruterDa1 or Internal Their medicinal properties tiller the akin and W ItrtJlgltll lAr dent tJllAI dtteou They roller and ones n seated cold without disturbinCoughg ariUa ot upsetting Of the mixture nan MU BtoBons se medicinal la tie highest dtznt sad quickest to act icsPlead OD the chest or or on both once In sertems aMI the gd effect la The Uanykld the bLongdisease SM oared roffering and loN of Uma Bensons Plasters are Immeasurably an parlor to Belladonna Stungtlltnhsg Cap ileum or any other combination In plaster They an also preferable to olat eats UnlmenU and salve Bensons Plasters have received fftyjltt MaKut auardt orer all competitors and more than ti 000 phjmlclana and druggists have deolare to est of the few trustworthy kettseholdreinsdisi For tal all druggfaU or wewfll prepay say number ordered In United Egoabnryt n rAAA AAAAI AAAA A Au 5 AAAA ii UST i A tMINUTE 9 t SIRs- Its a pretty sure guess that you have got IIaLt k11S t lSralh i If so you are certainly interested in know ing where you can get tho best for tho least s2bystockedsot 2 UP on in order to bo ready for you A nCLOTHING FOR MEN and BOYS SDRESS GOODS FOR LADIES and GIIL 42 t ZDREN i eDf KID GLOVES for pne and all riiheROCKING CHAIRS for any member of tho 2r 1hSTEADSar SIDE BAORDS and y iOAK SUITS LADIES and MENS FINE SHOES sAbig assortment of RUGS and HANDKER CHIEFS at W have lots of other things to numerous too v J 1 imention at surprisingly low prices q ICARSON cofHartford Ky V rr P c cr trc MCrMMM M M MM Vr r r r rY Y v r Y ra r r usraaeroasar V EVERYBODYS STORE n This lino of an supe cooking quail and firebox linings of these stoves if prop t used will last s There no other stove on tho market ithat doit Small 1260 OK Mod 2 sizes 15 and 1750 0 K Jew 3 sizes 1975 2076 anti 2250 ingos 28 to 3850 SbBYIts tho Dollar wo savo that us our in H business Every day wo add to our and to your savings We want your help to increase tho value of our business and offer you economy in so doing IQ C Sfio es aid l IIIStoves established reputation unquestion durability Tho jKfor will coal Stoves CONQUER you gives standing reputation OUR STOCKS Dry Goods Dress Goods Milliiry Wraps 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IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED I If You Want To keep posted and otherwise r welliuformed subscribe fo- rTh Republican SAndget all the news all the time v 1PL THE 1 1 AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY I pncorporatedCAPITAL 25000 00 t RESEftVE SURPLUS I 125000 00 AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 00 AddrtM aU correspoodeacc to ROME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TEEMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS ASTHMA CURE FREE Asthmalonn Brings Instant Relief and Permanent p Cure in all Cases ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WHITE YOlH AAMC ASH AIIIHIKSS PIAIMY CtaAINED 1 FOR TEN YEARS I r RINII flLIIF Children There is nothing like Astbmalene It brings Instant relief even in the worst cases It cures when all else tails The Rev C F Wells of Villa Ridge 111 says Your trial bottle ol Asth malene received in good condition I cannot tell jou how thankful I feel for the good derived from it I was a slave chained with putrid sore throat and Asthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cured I saw sour advertise ment for the cure oi this dreadlul and tormenting disease Asthma and thought you had overspoken yourselves but re solved to give it a trial To my aston ishment the trial acted like a charm Send me a fullsize bottle Rov Dr Morris Wochslor Rabbi ol the Cong Bnai Israel New York Jan 3 1901 Drs Talt Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene is an excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever and Its composition alleviates all troubles which combine with Asthma Its success is astonishing and wonderful Alter having it carefully analyzed we can state that Astbmalece contains no opium morphine chloroform or yoursREV1 Avon Springs N Y Feb 4 1901 Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect ot your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthma My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having ex hausted my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign upon your windows on laoth street New York I at once obtained a bottle of jI Asthmalene My wife commenced taking it about the first ofNomember I very soon noticed a radical improvement Alter using one bottle her Asth t ma had disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this r distressing disease Yours respectfully O D PHELPS M D Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Feb 5 1901 numI l purchased f children and for six years was unable to work I am now In the best of J health and am doing business every day This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit Home address 235 Rivington street- S RAPHAEL 67 East lagth St New York City Trial Bottlo Sent Absolutely Free on Rooolpt of Postal Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE Co 79 East isoth St N Y Cit- ySold by Druggists 1 to 1 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER 6- STUDEBAKER TilE FAMOUS WAGON MANUFACTURER EXPIRES AFTER A LONG ILLNESS End Comes at His Old Home in South Bend Ind Notable Career of an Energetic Man who Made Familys Name Famous Clem Studebaker died at 1155 oclock on November 27 at South Bend lad- Studebaker wagons have made the name familiar in every land known to civilization In this country Clem Studebaker always the head of the great wagon factory at South Bend was prominent in other lines The great business of the Studebaker Brothers however will be his cost enduring monument He came of a family of wagon makers and his sons have followed in hla steps The Stu debaker factories have given employ ment to thousands of men for many yearsClem Studebaker was the bead of the Chatauqua Summer System of Education that held last summer 350 assemblies he was a member of the PanAmerican commission promi nent in the affairs of the Methodist Church and the politics of his county md State lie wore the decoration conferred upon those men that voted for Grant in the convention of J88c and lived to see his prophecy made at that time that General Harrison would some day be President fulfilled HUMBLE START IN LIVE Mr Studebaker was born in Gettysburg Pa in 1831 At the age of 8 he went into his fathers bla kshop His life was full of work but It failed to make him a dull boy While laboring at the forge in Ashland Ohio where the family had settled he found time to educate himself that was later turned to account in teach- Ing school in Indiana But the role of pedagogue did not satisfy the young man and he and his older brother Henry embarked in a threshing ma chine venture that proved a failure Not discouraged the brothers setup a blacksmith and wagon making shop near South Bend They had S68 worth of tools and 2 65 in money Prom this beginning the great fortune was developed Frugality and tireless industry biougbt them suc cessStudebaker wagons were well made and were needed in the new country Their fame spread Men were em ployed to help the sturdy brothers and since then the business has in creased each year and is tow the greatest of its kind in the world The family is of German stockand at one time the name ins spelled Stu lebacher Industry is an Inherited trait among the numbers and one ot the chains forged by the father of the elder Clem Studebaker hangs in the parlor of the mansion at South Bend Piety was another trait and people in south Bend were accustomed to seethe head ot the great factories go dally to the home of his mother where he knelt in prayer with her DEVOUT TO HIS RELIGION When a boy he spent many a Saturday afternoon clearing tife front room of the humble home in Ohio for the meeting to be held there the next day Pitching quoits was a favorite pas time with the young men forty years ago and a company that gathered about the Studebaker blacksmith shop holds annual meetings yet Re cently Mr Studebaker won the victo ry at the annual contest and he took great satisfaction in his skill In 1868 the company ol Studebaker brothers was Incorporated Clem was elected president and held that place until his death Peter Studebaker vice president of the company was the Chicago depository twentyfive years ago The plant at South Bend covers no acres Depositories are maintained in most ot the larger cities both here and abroad and agents ol the Studebaker wagon cover every market in the world Mr Studbaker married Mrs Anna Harper daughter of General Mil burn His three children Mrs Charles Authur Carliles Colonel G M Studebaker and Clement Sttide baker Jrwere at the bedside ol their father when the end came SusanThe pimples sores and blackheads are danger signals Take Rocky Mountain Tea youll give a farewell reception to your troubles 35c Ask your druggist m Trust Hurt by Tariff The efforts ot the freetraders toput Into the public mind the idea that the arifl is responsible Jar trusts and for whatever evils are connected with them getting one hard knock alter another by coming into contact with hard facts and unyielding logic Per haps though they have never reo elved a harder knock than that which has been delivered by the present sit nation in sugar Industry when the sugar trust is the most active agent In attempting to secure the ratifies THE NEW W V r1 Common Sonso for Womon Millf i Sboold ilrad ol tbelAtt nod Mot Sue rental Importation Iniln Franc V All Womankind May roM Ilrtgbt Fel Fair I 8kln Htrvngtb nd Hood Health So say Dr LaHord the taniont French prut tltlontr who hni Jeroted bit whole life to the tndy of women ned baa won the IJgbnt dia unction through bl wondertolly lucmtlnl prae tlc among tht ant tamlllc of Part WOMAN A lltHOIMi Woman U a heroin aayi the Donor cud her remarkable endaranfe and ability to wltbitand the mot trying ordeal compels admiration tihe U a Ian to tb Natural Modtnty ol her ix which no often rante her to endure the greatMt trial and suSer In lIenll rather than coasult even her Family rhy lclan fearing to eipow henelt to neotwary qneatlonlnn and probable eiamlnntlon ALIIEKTLllYIl- ecognUlng thU tact early la hla prattle Dr LnDord bu by yean of tndy and do appli cation earolreda entlnly new method ol treat ment for all ailment jwcullar to woman which has met with unbounded nccc and his Branch Office managed by killed physicians under hU prnonal euperrlnlon an now located In every large city ol Europe lly hid superior method each patient receive absolutely free of charge full iind detailed advice specially adapted to her taH thus avoiding all mbarraument or Inconvenient and aa Dr la fOrds remedle an pat np In the form of email dainty wafrn they are radIi ranted and taken at any time or place without uttracUng attiC Uon TbU mann regularity In treatment which la mot Important to a cure and nnerally In poMlbl with liquid remediesSLiquid remedle always contalnalargv propor tion of alcohol whisky or other llqnorn to i reserve them from polling Dr IaDord Wafers are a dry niedkdi and an iKXltlrcly free from Intoxicant or narcotic drug of inS kind MUULJtJ sssrleotis Dr LaDorda greatest increu ha been achiev ed by the ue of the CAUHN1A WAPEII ThU U Dot a latent Medicine but a acleatltlc prepa ration of Viburnum or CAUOMA coin monty known a HKck llawberryl and other well known hub wkOMcnratlr properties hav been known to herbalIst fur centuries Vibur num or CAIIOSIA Ie recognized anti pre Hrlbed II the leading phjdclam ot the world M the bet known HpeUflcfor femal trouble The utremely ilteagrtrabl tnt of these droln boa been overrulE by kllltnl manipulation retaining tiowtver all of their TlrtUM StUd strength and three pedflc hare been so combined and prrpar td aa to form s dainty wafer exlly taken yet imbodylng th most accurate and certain cm fir Female Weakness xenon IroetratlonPalD lul and Sopprewed Mene IrrrgnUrlty Leucor rhm or While Sterility Ucerntlon of tbe Uterus Chaigeof Ut In Matron or Maid Cbronle Ue ella Irlnary Troubles Nervou UebUlty ltottaFlow Threatened MUcarrlan 1alpltatloa of the Heart the Left Wde Cold Hand and teet JriRlrlo laIn Uaekatbe t4hort us of llrratn ocaldlng ot Urine Horene of Priest Snrahda Uterine UUplaccment and all Iho symptoms which make the Ttnl woman meo miserable It make child birth easy and care doctor Dill A VALUABLE FEATURE CAHOSIA WAFEns hay proven abltMlng to thontand of adertpg women have bun- madwehItrongaisd la a irvrUliirly short time by tbl wonderful treatment They will not only cure the most obtlnat matter how lung neglected but are also the DnlrI known remedy tbat Mil be IIblolutttr relied upon to prerent then monthly reeurrewe of extreme palDlIlld suffering aecdlcMly endured by eo many or our women Inre mud rllccllvr Dr iJiBord Wafers an purely vegetable containing no Injnrion chemical or drum and are potltlrelj guaranteed to cm even the mutt neglected case If direction an carefndy followed and the medlcln bonmUy taken TbU valuable remedy Ur Lnltnrflii ea- nl1e DOW on ole la America by the Importing Irm ot Aoy Inufullrr e5unhIuy who bav ontracted with Dr Latlord for the exclahye geacy for the United tate A CoMnltatloa Department under the inpervlnloa of Dr La lord U pedal advice furnished IIboIDt1r free of charge to all who take the ordering AROMA nro In iltalabout their particular case In etall and an auured tbe moT privacy u to their correspondence a no tmtlmonlaU or letteI from ladle an ver published by u OnbozotCAnONIA Wafer tonlalalnga monthS supply will be sent security packed aid irrpold to any addmi In the l X or Caiadaon receipt of One Dollar accompanied by the detail it your eaw A toll and complete treatment In jading all neceuary roedldie and our written guarantee Fir Dollars payable In dYIIDID This their enTer all expeave lailidjfag fre adele and loll direction Tbervre noaddl lonal charge of nay kind thus placing the reatment within the reach ot all Address Consultation Dept The Koyl nller Coiiimiiy Market nud Hb Eta IbU delpbla Ia 14lyr ion ol a treaty of reciproity with Cubs admitting Cuba raw sugar hen of duty The trusts finds Itselt unable to crush out the independent producer and refiners of beet sugar and It is therefore attempting to accomplish their destruction by having them deprived ol the protection which Is afforded to them by the tariff In this case the fact fretquently pointed out by ProtectionUts viz that the result of attempting to curb the pow er of trusts by the abolition ol the Protective Tariff on the articles pro duced by them would be the destruc lon ot the small producers and the annihilation of domestic competition with the trust is made so manifest that he who runs may reed Circumstances have not developed in such away as to make this fact equally man test in the cases of other industries but the reasoning man can work it out for himself Economist a A Good Cough Modlclno From the Oatette Toowoomba Australia I find Chamberlains Cough Remedy is an excellent medicine I have been suffering from a severe cough for the last two months and it has effected a cure I have great pleasure In recommending ItW C Wock neroThis is the opinion of one ol our oldest and most respected real dents and has been voluntarily given In good faith that others may try the remedy and be benefited as was Mr Wockner This remedy is Mold by all IruggUts m a ea CAST nXABear thelita Kind Yoa Hate Almrs Boag- ht8Jplue tlor Do we Know Enough Whether Protected Indut tries thrive better than those exposed to competition fiom all available quarters Is a question that has been the subject of more befogging and pettifogging than any other in American history the country hts been so many times misled by beautiful theories of uni versal brotherhood a lair field and no favors equal lights to buy whore one pleases trade should be untrammeled and so on that it has taken the bitterest ol experience many times repeated to beat into us the homely facts which underlie national progress and prosperity It is to be hoped that we know enough now not to wantonly thro v away our opportunities not sacrifice out own industries In pursuit something not lalfso good and which can be had- witjiout the sacrifice American Economist wTResponsible for Your own Successor Failure Says Robt JtBurdettej Six hundred men sat for an hour In Music halt Sunday afternoon quit and reverent under the spell ol the story ol Christ told by a man to whom has been given eloquence andc a filth that rest on absolute convic tion says the Louisville Couriers JournalaTIe speaker was Robt J Burdette best known to the vi orl as a humor 1t known best by those who have heard him speak of deepero thingsIThe choice of the young man who went away sorrowful because his great possessions weighed more with him than the thought oi following a leader who had nothing of earthly value to promise but much of suffer ing and selfrenunciation furnished the theme Mr Burdette repeated with telling eOect the story ol Carl baldl and the volunteers who came to him asking what would be their re ward if they threw in their lot with him SnOeringand privation danger and disease the binning heat of sum mer the bitter frost of winter hard thlp unchanging days of peril nights ot sleeplessness woundi and death on the field of battle and at the end free Italy snch was the leaders promise And without he it lion the men accented it And so it is with Christs offer I said the speaker lie does not promise happiness He dos not promise freedom from headache He holds out the certainty of struggle tribulation stress and angubhbutI at the end tternnl life After all there is no happiness in the world lor men who seek it merely Out of the t storm and cor fl let men grow into perfect strength I tern ember the beauty of our fUg when the regiment marched away from home 1 200 strong Its silken folds floated hlgbI anti every man who went out beneath It carried bis head inthe air and walked with quick firm step But we did not know its beauty then It was on ly when smeared and blurred with the dust march and the smoke of bat tie with great rents through its body and its crimson stained with a deeper and darker red that we knew all thatI it neant to usand no man could look on it and keep the lump out of his throatDo think that the men on- board a manofwar lying in a quiet harbor the sunlight refi cted horn the blue of the water beneath the winds holding in the scent of the ear ly autumn are happy Do they ask that all of life is to be there No Out into the east where the gteat storm I clouds are harbingers oi conflict where the waves roll Intomttt the foe where the crash ol the tempt t and the air and sweep and storm and street ol the great ocean awaits do they ask to go Par the ship is made for battle and only through struggle does It come into its own And you boys be fort me will not ak that be other wise will you Dont if you Jail blame your fail ure on some one else The man who wakes up with the headache the next morning was the man who was drunk the night before It was not the eth er fellow I have often thought that it I had been born In the next county 10 myself I would have poten along a whole lot better It is not the oth er people that have made the trouble for me I have done that for myself There is noman who can make you do things there is no man on whom you can shoulder the blame fur your ins Alone you came into the world alone and naked will you stand be fore the judgment bar of God to render an account ol the deeds that you lot others have done in the body CAST aXABeau thelieWsd You Han A A2rs Bovttt Blpatue 11Por SOUTHERNRIRICELonhiLonhiTlil I Passenger DepartntS South Carolina Interstate and West India Exposition The above Exposition one ol the 11greatestopen December ist 1911 and contin ue until June it 192 Very at tractive rates have been arranged from all points to Charleston end the schedules via the Southern Railway with its own rails and entire distance are particular convenient and any Agent of that line will give lull in formation upon application r The New England Protest One hundred and twentyfive man ufacturing concerns of New England employing twentyfive thousand oper atives protest against the ratification of so much oi the reciprocity treaty with France as compels the lowering of the Protective Tariff on jewelry This is a remonstrance which can not be lightly brushed aside It de serves serious consideration It comes flout honest and responsible men en gaged ina great solid prosperous New Jnglapd industry which means all the difference between life and ruin foimany New England towns The tjwelry trade is a highclass form uI manufacturing It employs alulled fin orkmen at gojd wages It has grown to great strength under the shield ol our Protective system New England can win no possible advan age through the French treaty which compensate for an ir jury to the welly trade These carelul conservative manu facturers declare tbut reduced duties will admIt the plO lut tJ of cheap French labor and eventually of cheap labor and force them to- hoose between cutting wages and- Ioing their mills Obviously this is something which calls for the sober of the Senate II the facts Ire as the manufacturers stole them the French treaty ought to be amended or not ratified at all II on the ther band as Commissioner Katron Insists the jewelry duties canbe re duced without harm to our New Eng land Industries that fact ought to be establishedIn event the protest ol New England against the French treaty cannot go unheeded It emphasizes the suggestion of the officers of the Home Market Club that this whole question of leclprocity with Europe is not so well understood as it ought to be and that before going ahead we must make a mote careful study than basyet been possibleof all phases of the question Boston Journal IDoNT BE FOOLED Tk the genuine original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Mid only by Madison Mtdi Co Madison It ctscii yea mcli ocr teaS cut en each pcktPrice 15 cent 14nr In tow AccEpt tw jcbstl oeaIia tate Ask your drvtflJt The First Need An increase in our shipping stilt ties would probably be ol greater ben to us than reciprocity treaties Mr 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