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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t jtu1 Jr JIlj r tf c THE HIETEOBD EEPUBLICM t fj j t r y r7 II r J k f iWtQ 1 fIf 1 J l Y I 11111 1Fine Job Workaspeciakyn OFFICIAL OSSAK OF TIE rAin IX TIE FODBTB COXmSSIOVAL DISTRICT Subscription l iym 1 1J YOLXIY HRTFORDKY FRIDAY JANUARY 3 1902 No 24 iI Look Ahead Girls I If would look ahead it I wouldaometlmea save them from serious J collision with the men they marry It is here that Igndrance is almost a The young husband cannot understand it when the wife changes to a vtsb nervous querulous woman And the i young wife does UtbuI veryaregularity I flammation and ulceration and cures female weakness Sick women are invited to consult Dr womanlytfessional privacy Write without fear or fee to Dr Rr V Place Buffalo N Y YouknowAnal Stephen of Odin lte Wood Co Wct Va I a new woman l took unnlbottle or the Favorite PrncrlpUon and Oold eo rMedlcttl DlteoTtry1 I hue no headache now no amt no pain la ray aid any more No brarlLcaown JIknbrnor think there It no Beret youbatao much good + Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure bU icusaess awl sick headache IPlfJDI 332 OSV JAIL I M L HEAVRIN Attorney at Low HARTFORD KY Will prattl hi prorwulon IB all lhe conrtol oartofAppaISpeclaltMlon ERNE WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW iiAitrroiin UT Will practlrahln orIon IB nil the conrttol 1 Ohio toastynudCourt ot Appeal Prompt Ilcartful con lilrntlon rlriB all bo liifMratni to him Omn orrr Ohio County hack JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Spattention ctren to collection radloa abtract1also Notary 1oblIeforOMocons U one BortbU squat SMITfitI i IHonrnlt UTe Wlllpra rMilOB IB alltht cflBrUolL Ohio and adlottngcouUnaadCoartotAppras- aoetJa attention irlrra to 01 blnt t ills on Omen In Co Atfi omen In coarthoBM P L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW IIARTfORn UTe Will pMU11I the courts ol Ohio eanfitrand Coart ol Appeal Prompt BtUnt on glees to Ml biulncu fBtrtutod to hls can Offlc IB Hirald baUdlog- i J E DAVIDSON t Attorney at Law HARTFORD KT 5Willprattled hi prolMMloB In Ohio and BdlolB a Hpedaattentloa irtrtn to all buil BM tatruud to his ear- S P ROB- Y4TTORNEYAT LAW rORItNVIILJ HNT1Jt1kl Will prnrtlf his profession IB all tks courts ol Ohio and adJolBlBitconntIr and Coortof Appeals Special attention glren to colltetloa C M BARNETT 4 ATTORNEY AT LAW J HARTFORD KY ofIIwill be riven to all bnilneu entrusted to bU car- l eollKtlOB a ipectalty I E P NEAL Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will proetl hi prnfratlon In all tb conrtaol Kentnckj pktaatteatlongives tocollertlos- ettlement of de edenta estates Od cast red criminal practice Offlrnptalraarlffln block J S R WEDDING ATTORNEY old COUNSELLOR at LAW- a HARTFORD KY wnl practice his prornulon In all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining ronntle sad Ike Oonrt ol Ap peas Prompt attention given to all bnalnex entnutod to him Offlc In HcrOLiciK bnlldlig R R WEDDING Attorney at L HARTFORD KT Will practice hls proteulon In thconrtot Ohio and adjoining eoontle Also Notary Public Southernii i Railway Tnrongh El lit nest Southern Ste- tJCENTUOKYTENNESSEE South OAROLINA ALABAMA VIR INIA North OAROLINAGEOR a GIA and MISSISSIPPI rratneIltweenILoula WehIJlstoATuOen DROPSY cros wtli vegetable Ilmdlaa Ban cured cle4opIIfI Qlrdo ot ptenrsxr4T- eetlmeufasiedTIaDAIS I s- I t KA1laM1 i r t WilY IT HAS FADED The Partial Obliteration of The Declaration of independence I saw rtcenth In the press dis patches from Washington says R T Sru the ot that city an Item to the t fleet that the original copy ol the Declaration of Independence was fad Ing The story Is true that the document is lading but not true that this partial obliteration Is of recent occur rang Many years ago In taking an Impression of thedeclaratlon lor the purpose of reproducing copies of It ttrtQtdllAstrwhich the paper was written The writing began to fade rapidly so rapidly indeed that In a short time It was with extreme difficulty that eith er the text or the instrument or the I signatures to It could be deciphered- At this time the declaration was hung upon the wall In the library ol the Department of State It was In a wooden case supplied with doors but during the hours when the library was open the public demands ol the visitors caused the doars to be open also The action of the light upon the document was very huttlul and In order to preserve It from further decay the Secretary of State caused a specially constructed safe to be man ufactured for it You must possess a strong pull today to obtain a glimpse of It for as the years pass the lading of the writI lag while checked nevertheless con tlnnes As a consequence the depart ment officials guard it catelully and expose It to the light with extreme reluctance The safe in which the declaration now rests Is on the right I oi the entrance to the librarywhile on the lefthand wall hangs the case in which it was iorruerly kept A reproduction now takes Its place but ninetynine out ol every hundred who visit the library depart after examin ing this copy believe that they have seen the original They have seen something however far below the large case In a smaller one con taming a rough drag of the declara lion is exactly the form In which Jefferson wrote It This to an original but as acids have never touched It it has fidea only little I Romarkablo Curo of Croup X IJttVi nay ttlt Raved I have a few words to say regard Ing Cbsmberlsins Cough Remedy It saved my little boys life and I feel that I cannot praise It enough I bought a bottle of It from A E Steere ol Goodwlp S D and when I got home with It the poor baby could hardly breath I gave the medicine as directed every ten minutes until he threw up and then I thought sure he was going to choke to death We had to pull the phlegm out ot his mouth in great long strings I am- positive that If I had not got that bot tie of tolgbmedicIne my boywould not be on esith today Joel Demont Inwood Iowa For sale byall druggist TmUnitM little and Death Marriedlln January 1866 and bnr led in Oc ober 1901 Alter thirty five years ot loving companionship only seven ytwo hours of separation and thru hey rest together under the trees Elder A JS Miller D D pastor of Immannel church died at 330 p m October 9 at his residence after a protracted Illness His body was ly log In state from too m to 3 p m Thursday at Immanuel church and at thejatter hour a large concourse of people assembled to attend the last services to a beloved pastor and citi zen Because Sitter Millers sick ness along service was omitted Dr W A Clark announced the order ol services In which ex Gov James OverWork VtVealcens VqurKidneYs Unhealthy Klteeys XaltifImpure Blood All the blootIrt you body poses through your kidneys once eve reo minutes its druggists kidneys are your blood purifiers they II tr out the waste or Impurities In the blood if they are sick or d order they fall to do tlelr work Pains aches and rheu riattsm come from ir- cbs of uric acid the Mood due to neglected kIdney troUble unstpadyheartthey had heart trouble because the heart Is over working In purtplnj thick kidney polsonedllood throue veins and arteries It used to bei considered that only kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble II you are sick you tan make no mistake by first doctoring yotj kidneys The mild and the eitraordlniryef ol Kilmers Swamp Root the gieat kidney remedy Is soon realized tt stasis the highest for Its I wonderful curry of hatnost dlitresslng cases and Is sold on merit I by all In cent and flflnI You a e f out In Dr J simple bottle by mll HO of avupBoet free also pam Mt tVtn how to find out If you have hUmy or bladder I fWngDr Kllm Col BinghaawieagM Y J r J i tlousladdressChrist and to die in gala as a text Brother Eagle hits known Dr Miller over thirty years and had hint forpaf tor seven years M L Thomas D D pastor ol the Second church spoke ol the zeal and wisdom of Dr Miller M a co worker and highly commend ed Immanuel church lor Its sacra to Ing devotion to its pnor Eider Bm Cox poke In highest praise of the deg parted brotherof bis optimism anqj his skill M a pnttor and peacemaker Elder O W McCarty spoke with great emotion on the counsel and sympathy Dr Miller bad then him In his work as a suburban pastor Dr Clark followed jrfih r m niscence- aIsatntyr ityemn qulnliYtd fifteen of these years Intimately re lated to him in denominational work The casket was then carried to Mount Holly Cemetery followed by a long procession ol weeping friend An the grave was being filled the audi ence sang In sweetest strains God be With You Till We Meet Again and Sweet Uye and Dye mother Eagle pronounced the benediction and we went to our homes loudly hoping that Sister Miller would live comfort the bereaved children IItoOut at 4 P m of the lalh the tele announced that she had fallen asleep in Jesus and at 4 p m Sun day her funeral was held at Imman uel church Dr Clark and Brother Cox conducting the service alter which she was tenderly laid by the side other husband there to await the morning of the resurrection The acting pallbearers both ser vices were the deacons ol Immanuel church Brethren Earlj Reynolds Tighlman King Berthe and Dlbbitl Honorary pallbearers lion A W Files lion W E Atkinson Hon Jj C Barrow Dr Harrison H P IW DInattleKentucky July 19 1835 He was I educated at Georgetown College nnd at Bethel College Rnssellvllle Ky I Leaving school at the age of eighteen I he was ordained to the ministry and In his native State entered upon his t great life work ot pastor and evange list After a service ol several years at Ottensboro Ky he became pastor of the First Baptist church ol Mem phi where he remained darlaJtthli- civil war In January 1866 he wits married to Mist Anna Wilson Clark at Louisville Ky lie was called Irons Memphis to Paducah Ky and after ft successful pastorate there ac seep ted a call to Qulticy III but had not been long In the latter place until the church at Versailles Ky pur suaded him to return to bis native State After several years of pasto rate and evangelistic service he was called to Evansvllle Ind end was pastor there six years In January 1885 he accepted a call to the Second Baptist church of Little Rock where he remained seven years When he toak the pnstoiale It Was a mission but he very soon built It tip to a church of over four hundred members and the leading Baptist church of the State In 1892 he accepted a call to Ronham Tex and was there four years when he was called to Central Baptist church of Dallas Tex Alter two years service with this church he was called to the Pint Baptist church of New Orleans Though he never formally accepted this call he plied successfully the pulpit for lever al months and when Immanuel bhotch of this city called him he ac cepted and entered Its pastorate Feb ruary I 1899 and his success In Its upbuilding has been phenomenal Mrs Annie Clark Miller was torn In Louisville Ky and as educated at Dardstown in Dr Brushs school and during that time made her home with her uncle Gov WIckliiTe There she met Rev A B Miller whom she subsequently married In January 1866 Her mother who made her home with Dr Miller died October 12 1898 at Dallas Tex just three years ago to the day Mrs Miller embraced religion at an early age I am dying daughter and am glad because I am so tired I want to rest said Mrs Miller to her daughter Saturday morning Theu In the afternoon she rallied for a while and with spiritual smile on her lace whispered to those around her bed side I am going to see grandmoth er referring to her mother who died three years ago almost to the hour She has not been told ol her husbands death and did not know that in the eternal city there awaited her the faithful of her married life Perhaps she wondered why he was not at her bedside to bid her farewell before she started on that last long journey Almost overcome with giief the little band of watchers saw the spark of lite go out aud real ized that the mother was again with her husband And parents happy in the realms above Mrs Millers ill ness dated a month back she being seized while nursing her stricken bus band It was known several days ago that she could rot recover and she erwas spared the pain of knowing that husband had preceeded her with f V tis t the gates ol1he eternal city I IinAll the family I e Mrs Ella Mil ler LtdbelUr and husband of Pine Bluff Alan Clark Miller and Allene B Miller ol tide city together with an adopted son Hugh Peck of Dal las Tex were present at bath strokes ol brereaveroent Arkansas BaptUt F A Shouting Darkey I Tile Hopbtnsvllle Kentuckian prints toryIknown victim tbeIioln young preacher living neat- Longviewr WM overcome with relig lOlls excitement nndbegan to shout During the paroxlsm hr kicked Rev Vaughn on the lelt leg just above the knee badly Injuring the limb The bone was Iractured and Vaughn has been a great sufferer The limb U much swollen and It may be necessary to have an operation performed It wm an Occident but It proved to be a very serious one fir the vie tim Rev Vaughn came to Kentucky trout Orange court house Virginia about 25 years ago but was ordained a minister of the gospel five years be lore He has charge ol two churches In this county New Asia near Garfetts burg and Mt Vernon In the Long view neighborhood llesayshe has baptized more thnI a thousand converts In Christian and adjoining counties married a hun dred con pies and held scores of pro treated meetings but this Is the first time he has been knocked completely out In the first toihid Rev Vaughn bna frequently preach ed in Oxensboro and is well known among the colored people of his de nominations Some time ago my daughter caught a severe cold She complain ed of pains In her chest and bad a bad cough I gave her Chamberlains Cough Remedy according to direc tions and in two days she was well and able to go to school I have usedI this remedy In my family for the past seven years and have never known ItI to fall1 says James Prendergast merchant Anruto Bay Jamaica West India Islands The pains In the chest indicate an approaching attack of pneumonia which in this instance was undoubtedly warded off by Cham berlains Cough Remedy It coun teracts any tendency of a cold toward pneumonia For sate by all drugI gates m Rev Ira R Hicks Is Not Dead Notwithstanding a widely current rumor that the Rev Irl R Hicks wss dead he never was In better health and never did a harder and more sue ceesful years work than that jurt closlqg lie has jnst completed his large and splendid Almanac for 1902 and with hi staff of able helpers hIbrought his journal Word and Works justly forward Into International reputation For a quarter of a century Mr lucks has brown in reputation and usefulness as the ptoplea astron omer and forecaster ol storms ani the character ol coming seasons Never were his weather forecasts so sought after us now his timely warn ing of a serious drouth this year hay ing saved the people from loss and suffering Millions of bushels ol wheat were harvested through his ad vice to plant crops that would mature early The 4merlcan people will cer tainly standby Prof Hicks when It costs them so little and the benefits era so great His fine Almanac of 200 pages Is only 25c and his splen did family journal only one dollar a year including the Almanac Send to Word and Works Pub Co aiot Locust St St Louis Mo Convince yourself that Inys Cream Balm deserves all that has been said of it as 41 means of quick relief and final cure In obstinate cases ol nasal catarrh and hay fever A trial size costs but ten cents Full size 50 eta Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Mt Olive Ark May 17 1931 Messrs lily DrosPlease send me one bottle ot Cream Balm family size I think it is the best medicine for ca tarrh in the world Very respy J M Schollz Miles Stands by Schley Cincinnati O Dec 31Gen Nel son A Miles Commander of the United State Army arrived here to day accompanied by Mrs Miles In speaking of the finding ot the Schley Court of Inquiry Gen Miles said I am willing to take the judgment of Admiral Dewey in the matter He has been a commander of a fleet and as such has known the anxieties and responsibilities which rest on a man under these circumstance lIe was instrumental Ju the destruction of one Spanish fleet and knows and realizes the feelings that encompass an officer under such conditions I think Dew ey has summed up the matter In aI clear and concise manner and i orsediby n Je e Fni United States I have no sympathy I with the efforts which have been- I made to destroy the honor olin officer under such circumstances A Plucky Preacher Recently1 firm of distillers in the city of Louisville presented a handsome braze statue of Thomas Jeffer son to the municipality The 01101 fag Sunday the Rev Dr Lloyd of the Walnut street Methodist Esplscopal church denounced the acceptance of the statute lie said that the money which paid for it had been made by the boJ of men and the tears of or phans and widows lie called It a concrete expression of destroyed character and despoiled manhood tnu expressed his opinion that Thom as Jefferson would feel degraded by the preservation ol his statue to the city by such men In part the preach er said The city of Lonlsvllle is congratu tiling itself on the statue ol Jefferson presented by two wholesale whisky sellers The money with which it was done was bloodmoney wrung from bleeding hearts of innocent woo men and children It represents the tears of orphanage and widowhood and In a sort of concrete expression ol destroyed character and despoiled manhood Jefferson held sentiment strongly antagonistic to whisky both In Its drinking and sale and it was enough to make him turn over In his grave at the thought of having his statue presented to the city by men who had made their fortune by praying on helpless drunkards and Innocent wo men and children New Voice Great Weather Calendar The Challannooga Medicine Co the manufacturers of McElrees Wine ol Cardut and Thedforda Black Draught have just Issued the 1902 edition of the Cardnl Weather Chart and Calendar This calendar has sprung into universal prominence by accurately furtelling the Galveston flood and predicting the droughts and flood of the past summer a yearI ahead ol each oxurrence This office has just received one of these calendars which consists of twelve sheets of paper 13x20 Inches In size all las tened together with a gilt tin strip and a brass loop hanger Each theet Contains the calendar for one month In large figures that can be read across the room Under the figures patent weather signals indicating Pro DeVoes Weather forecasts lor every day In the year appear We understand a few copies of it can be secured by sending 10 cents apiece In postage stamps to The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattancoga TenD Id West Virginia on one of the railroads Is a little town called Saw yet Close to the town the train passes through a tunnel One day a nice green looking young couple were on the train and they never seemed to known that there was anybody else on the train While the train was passing through the tunnel those THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which I Drunkards are Belncr Cured Dolly I In Spite of Themselves I No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Posi tive Cure for tho Liquor Habit It is how generally understood that Drnnkness a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use ol Intox requires antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicat ing this poison and destroying the craving lor intoxatants Suse t may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faith ful use according to directions of this Vfonderlul discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation ol thousands ofDrunks uprIWives cure your husbands 1 1 Children cure your fathers I This rem edy is in no sense a nostrum but Is a specific for this disease only and la 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 coflee with out the knowledge of the person tak ing It Thousands drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as mauy more have been cured and made temperate men by having the Cure administered by loving friends Dud relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today thqt discontinued drinking of their own free will Do not wait Do not be deluded by apparent and leading Improvement Drive out the disease at once and lor all time The The Home Gold Cure is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach ol everybody a treatment more effectual than others cost ing 6 to 50 Full directions accompany each package Special ad vice by skilled physicianawhen rt+ quested extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of one dollar Address Dept i D Giles Company 2330 and 2333 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confids entlal WINTER CATARRH i fa All Its Phases and Stages Cured by 1 Peruna MRS J E MILLS OF tfORfflCH COJI5 saysItronNfd t with ctrrt slate I wanoU At limes my head troubled me so that IwoaU kecbfifed to tytm a dark nm Nothloghelped mead aypbytl ckauM Icould sever be cared fefaUklof Persia tUt spring sad fired myself greatly benefited by It I have tnt MMH utttck slice I took my tint bottle I think la time tt will euro me Ptruiubti Improved sesyappetife and health In general I have galaed tweatypoood la three months Ihave recommended It to several ot my Meadt who alto fled It Very beneficial INvize anyone troubled with tatanh to use Persia TboBiaads of sua and women all over the United States use Peruna near the young couple heard a ucces slve suspicious smacks something like a kiss with a dozen echoes After the train had passed through the tunnel the brakeman came through the car and called out Sawyer and the timid coking young man looked up and said I dont give a d if you did we are married rsA Curo for Lumbago W Co Williamson ol Amherst Va says For more than a year I auf fered from lumbago I finally tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and it gave me entire relief which all other reme dies had failed to do Sold by all druggist m Experimenting They caught the little one pinch Ing the baby In the stomach What are you doing demanded her mother jes wanted to see If It worked the same way that my cryln doll does was the reply as she gave the baby a jab that made It howl Theyre all alike aint theyr Rev J M Ylngllng pastor of the Bedford St M B Church Cumber land Md says It affords me great pleasure to recommend Cbamberlaln a Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I have used It and know others who have never known Itto fall For sale by all druggists m Another Kind of a Title They were discussing the affairs of a brother and sister She married fora title of course said one but bow can you say that he married for a title Because replied the otberhe married for a title to some ol the fin est revenueproducing property in this city Resolutions of Respect WHKRBAS God in His Infinite wis dom has deemed lligbesteto callTrom us one ol our beloved pupils and schoolmates Foster Tabor therefore be it resolved rat That we his teacher and schoolmates tender to the bereaved family our sincerest sympathies In this their hour of bereavement goodkindgent nod happy In his school work 3rd That In his death we lose one of our brightest and best boys one who made sacrifices to give happy ness to others 4th That a copy ot these resolu dons be published In the local papers and a copy be sent the bereaved fans ily ComIVACUSBURNB Mitwta Teacher lie Helped Some One No he said disconsolately I wasnt able to do anything for Christ masIWhy not Oh I only had a little money and I put It on the wrong horse Well dont fed downhearted old man Your money probably helped out somebodys Christmas all right enough Hx They do so becanso they haTelMr4i i by experience ttha It Is a valuMt 4 Iclno 1 Not only Is It a valuable medlctet tat a itiaapplleabletothecllmat4dalreatsof t heat and oold in the United 8tat ltalaadofcadsrrh maketNearly every Body has catarrh Tola ie ismore especially true among theM 1 t die and lower classes ir climate hard work and tear iAsleeping rooms aro the prp1 cserfCharlUhlelniUtatloM hay f MMkV r bitter experience that catarsMlreases are not only the most JIll a NS of all other diseases put toget rrBt 1 they aro the hardest to cure reruns is a specific for this efnn oi diseases No other remedy can take its placo Thousands of cases of ebroalo J catarrh are cured by the not of simply a bottle People who have speatlarg sums to be cured of catanbhartttraedt to rerun as a last resort and bod 7 icItgrippe and catarrh In Its manyplass f Whether tho catarrh Is locatedtea be Jlead throat lllnl 1oIIIIChld4a s pelvlcorgansPerunstaapromptsal i nevet falling cure Mrs Sarah Jonei PlantPIal Iawrites I wish to acknowledge my ap- prdclatlonofthebeaeflta received troy Peruna and Manalln In the trtatmtmt what was pronounced systemic catarrh 1 took Fernna for a while and dWcoa ibetterand early spring there was to mneh ickne hrljaD epidemic of cow aad pneumonia prevailed I hall aa attack of cold In eatarrbal form snfferlsg with facll nearalgla and headache but eft tinned taking Peruna and Manilla sad was soon restored without being ratrated with weakness J A book written by Dr Hartmsn ea ithe different phases of caUrrhajHttheir 1 treatment also Health and Beauty written especially for women sect fre address by The Pe u Ue4MM CompanyColaalbueQMDayar gU t 1 0 SOUTHERNR1R100T Bt LonlroDlnllla Closer Passenger Departnt South Cin Interscat 4114 West India ExpsittM The above Exposition one oi the greatest ever held fn the South will open December sat Igor ad c ue until June rat 1902 V 3r3g tractive rates have been arauje from all points to Charlestoa Srf schedules via the Southern aMttag rpwith Its own rails and entire iare particular convenient Mtellnp EformationBearTGrIIosYaNera BNglfxElgniUre ot I 4 NasalrCATARRHlhows beleananele Elys Cream Balkitl the dlMued inembnae iS Itmuasastanhaoddriveeaway qlllckl CreamBalm II place4lulo toM SMMto syftOii over the ratmliru sod U atxorbed JUJWU l- mtdlate cud a cure foaow It Is sot r7tc4oeeD- Ot fIrOdUCI sneezing Large Size SO scull at Dreg gliti or by null t Trill SUe 10 emto kj sash ELY DROTUEU5 M Wrens Sttt New York DO YOU WANT MACHINERY F jFor Thnahing Machinery Saw Mills Hay Presses Wind Mills Well Pumps rGGUARANTEED 1k THE BET hr J Hay Bale Ties Coilwire Grato Bars Pipe Fittings Engine and Boiler Trimmings tcfGallon Y 1 MoKenry Mfg Mach i CQrI 1 rr f l- T f t It Iiii j 1 I Ic tc It JJ i r uu L I ford RepublicanZUI FtHaylliii tot Hartford full Colne itporatea jus ilireilitllirtfotdpostolficiiJJBCondclassnullBnttJi rCCo c 30 = n1vzLOX KOGEKIIUnr nail FRIDAY JANUARY J for Do not forgot tht Caleb Powers fund Send the I ot Commercial Tribune n I New Years gift for him a gift in aid of an in ricn I nocent man in aid of I justice in aid of his re ol storation to homnefnm I ily friends mid liberty I Send it tH1tyO1fli- nercial I Tribune Cincin i 0doun tI I POSSIBILITIES OF 1902bl1901 has come and gone altar from us to day as tbe middle ages Its of the past goue forever Its results are recorded iu history aa one those of year that have been and 1902 has come to take tbe place of the dying year greeting all with a happy New Year long live the mem ories of the old 1001 hai been tie of moil prosperous year in the history ot the American government finan cially it has been marvelousTy sue in ceuiul it has established Americas the right to the islands of Philippine arch ipelago made her roaster oi the Pa cific made her first in matters cl diplomacyand today she enjojs thcf most of nab two on tbe glubeh1001 is a wonder Scientific investi gation has been so successful thatF nothing seems Impossible for the mind of man to fathom Subnarine navi gallon is established while aerial navtl igation is a possibility Wireless te legraphy is an actual reality and wireless telephony It not a dream Marconi has sent a meEEage rum New Fouudland to Cornwall successfully and this wonderful discovery wants onlyln developmentand lull supply of thatwant is stored in the vault ot tbe future Communication across the oceans by means of wireless telegraphy is marvelous its a wonderful discovery of an inquiring mind In 1827 the first railroad was built It was indeed the embryonic stage of our magnificent railroad sjs tem It cars were crude conform sing however lo the heat of tbe times It was decared by many to be nn absolute failure but it grew with tbe times andas mans needs increased the experiment became a useful reality The discovery of tic telegraph was an accident like he the discovery of wirelets telegraphy but the discovery of wireless telepho ny will be a circumstance attended with wonder and great awe With wireless telephony a reality we will be neighbors to Mere con versing freely with Jupiiers inhabi tants and the man in tbe moon When wireless telephony is a reality we may find the great mystified spirit land and hold frequent communica tions with those long since in glory These are possibilities for 1902 to un ravel and when we realize tbem ful lywe can truthfullysay We ore 11Ilolf we nn dwelling In a grand and anfnl tim In an age on apw telling To be living I sublime THE MONROE DOCTRINE Germany is making the port of La Ouaryra Venezuela a rendezvous for many of her war vessel The put pose is to collect a debt which Ger many says Venuuela owes her InI view of the Monroe DoctrineGernia ny bas delivered in advance all sorts of pledges and promises to inter fere in no wise with the Monroe Doc trine This thing of laying claim to the revenues of a country for an asserted debt and sending her naval force to get it is a new feature m in ternational law especially when an infringement on the Monroe Doctrine is madeThe Doctrine covers a broad field and its guardian is tbe and most p weriul nation iu world President Monroe Jtclarcd that the United States would regard as an unfriendly act any ellbrt to re instate fonner European control of any part or parcel of the Western Hemisphere or to destroy or impure any American Suite President Cleveland read tbe riot act to Geal Britain when tbat coun try was in the attitude of eewng VfUrzuela and KngUnd promptly 10 contidertcl mid gave ear to the ver sion of the Monroe Doctrine France Lranup against tie Monroe Doctrine during the reign of Napoean Ill and t when the United States Government commanded France tu stay a hoilile stroke the command wa hetded promptly atd she ncqniRced Tie MonroeDoctrino is well underatood In ternationally auJGeriUKny ia l1hlowI in advancing an rxplanatKio Uncle Sam docs not re pudiating debts he himself is a very gfuerouobearted fellow as Spain will testify hut wliiM be An not repudiate or believe in that practice be jorbidi any foreign cnuntrj Uyiig w la1m to any American soil Yenc the should pay her debts if they be and command the Oermafleet disperse antI the United Slates Gov ernmcnt will look after the aflair tbenInTan Commercial Tribune Cinch is taking a popular collection and Caleb Powers The Commercial Tribune is a foreigner to to speak being across the Ohio but it fully re alizes tbat Caleb Powers is the object cf political persecution aud in the interest of justice which under the American flag is guaranteed and Mis ought to be accorded every subject or poor in the interest ot that noble inmcent young chivalrous Mrs Kentuckian it is licking the people the whole country irrespective of A party affiliations to aid in securing jjslice liberty and freedom to Caleb Powers Its a righteous cause and lets ebould meet with prompt And liberal A great paper like the Tribune is witboui question the proper factor to take upIA causeIt can render turn valua o service in the cause of justice 1 WE do not believe in making too many New Year pledges but just feel made anti sacredly guarded is a victory Now if allour subscribers fire would onlmake ONE pledge and that to pay their subscription aud doS8 that promptly it would certainly be extreme importance to themselves and us and then when they have set tied tbeir newspaper account go on the good work and keep even witb world Try this it will do you rd good UNCLE SAM is a business man and abroad realize that when he sets head upon a thing he is going to it The certainty of tbe conUI of a canal to connect the and Atlantic cceans either acroES Nicaragua or Panama hattI caused a French syndidate owning rightofway across Panama to offer this government their properly is for 810000000 The first price waet 65000000 After awhile UDcleI Sam can get it at his own price IF that 8100000 blood money alnpropriation ia declared unconstitutional by tie Court of Appealsin- all probability tbe wholesale persecution will end The Goebels are be ing uedall over the face oi the earth for doctor bills and it is not likely that they will bazzard what little fortune they may now possesi in convicting innocent men SENATOR Depew met some puzzling questions in the French marriagst laws that gave him quite trouble before he could be married on French toil It was no mallet- for him If America is kind enougi to produce for him a charming a bandcome lady tbe tame soil ought to be grand enough for them to bt married onaAFTER all wbo said Sampson de served the honor of tbe magnificent Santiago victory Tbe court ol Inquiry may adjudge Schley guilty but the American people will exhotioratc him every time THE Kentucky Legislature con venes Tuesday Capt N T How ard of Morgantown will represent this district in tbe Senate while A S Bennett will guard our interest I in the HouseHows This We ofler One Hundred Dollars Reward fur any case ot Catarrh that ran not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney CoProps ToledoO We tbe undersigned have known F J Cheney for tbe last Gtteen years and believe him perfectly honorablt in all business transactions and nancially able to carry cut any gation made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O- Walding Kinnan Marvin Whple sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 750 per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free Hills Family Pills are the best eROCKPORT KY Dec 31 and dea consintetlng that was to be held last Friday and Saturday was poned to an indefinite time Last Thursday night Mr G M Ma Idoxs grocery and department came nearburing He was up very late nnd there was a crowd in the store smoking clgsretts and cigars nod when through smoVlng they pitched the stub of their cigars into a box ol saw dust near the stove which le used as A rplttoon and it firf Hurnicg a hole thiiitight the fioo lirge enough lor a man to craw- tlitotigh Prof M D Maddox of called to ee his uncle Mr Gee M Maddox lest ThTTTsday on business Mr H E Harper of was the guest of Mr D C Petty this city last Sunday Mr L F Rows of Render was the guest i f his brother Mr W J Rowe and uncle Mr G M Maddox lait Sunday Messrs Beu Woodruff Bayles dill and L F Rowe of Render present at the entertainment given In Ucnel8 Mall on Tuesday night by 1I young ladles J R GClub of this cityMr G M Maddox has gone to Evansville for a few days on business Mr C B Nail of Sacramento was ton last Saturday and Sunday on businessMessrs Horace Pierce of Rockport Carlos Melton ol Cloud Tenn went to Hartford last Sunday Miss Cora Reid of this city is vlt lIng her sister Mrs Mabel C Smith LouisvilleMiss Maddox of this city it visiting In Drakesboro the guest ol Jim Reid Misses Almeada Haynes and Peat Sutton ol Otrensboro are vlsitlni B C Petty ot this city thi is week JAMES GOOD RECOMMENDATION I have noticed that the sale rn Chxmbeilnins Stonach Liver Tab is almost invariably to those wb nave once used them says Mr JIJSl Veher a prominent druggist ol Cat Mile I Iwa What better recomroen could any medicine have that peoytro call tor it when again I ritnedj Try then ben yoiff ldull after eating whe is oa have a bd tate in jour moutb bilious have no appetite or whet troubled with constipation and yoi certain to be delighted with th prompt relit which they afford Fo by all drupeists m NARROWS KY Dec 30 MrDresden lleanSulphui Springs and Miss Ruth Hunt ol unnydale were united in wedlocl Christmas day The wtddlng occurrI at the resideace of the btlde grandfather Mr Jas Lee near Sun nydalc Rev G J Bean performec the ceremony Mr Bean bad a Hunt or a Christmas present also for a oirthday gilt while Miss Hunt bad a Dean Mrs Ellen B nklock died the jyth inst of pntuwonia and was burled 28th In the Foreman burying ground near Du del She leavet eight children two of them small Mr J W Daniels little boy Otha seriously ill tf pneumonia but it to be getting better Tht have tbe detpet sympathy ol the whole community for they have lost three boys each dying of pneu and Otha is tbe only boy they have living Mr Mad Bean Auburn Ky spent Chrintmas here Messrs John and Marion Shultz have sold their farm here and wll move to Select soon Mr P T Richardson of McHen fyi was in town last week Mr Bob Phillips has sold his farm at Barretts Ferry to Mr Thos Loyd and will leave for Arkansas in tin spring Our enttrprUing mill man Mr H C Powers shipped five car loads ol rlumber last week Mr Isaac DeWtese is having built cos family boat in which he wil start on a trip to the sea in the spring A gee I man buildings are goln up Lrre now iiostly castles in tbi airDtath stlkcd htavUy through thl community duiiug tile recent cole spell and much backbone and sau sage are the utu t Our I sine Is luve hauhd ofT recent ly lull y tors iftnracco and out raeidints rrpnit money nearly a pleuliiui us it was jut after the elec lien SHAMROCK Teltpiumt jiur oidtrs to the Singer Office Goods delivered cheerlull and promptly We try to please SELECT KY Dec 3Mr Julio Kings little boy Hairy is at Cromwell under the cart ot the Doctor He has kidney trouble Dr Hollciolt of Select has put chased a lot from Mrs Lankford and has built a nice hoiue on same Mrs Kola Igleheart has gone ti her home in Ttxaj beelIiproving Mr J A King and wife visited Merris in Cromwell Sunday W Head= acheSic- k headachc nervous headache tired headache neuralgic headache catarrhal headache theadachc from excitement in- S of all kinds arc quickly and surely cured with rsDR MILES Pain PillsAlso all pains such as backache neuralgia sciatica rheumatic pains monthly pins etc Dr Miles Pain Filli are worth their htweiCht in gold Mr W D Krca f Arkansas City Kan They cured wile of chronic headache 1when nothing she would Miles Pain Pills drive away pain as II by magic 1 am never with everooesepills taken on approach of headache prevent It every UDCE JOHNSON Chicago IlL rYjThrough their use thousands of been enabled to at tend social and religious func tions travel enjoy amusements etc with comfort As a prcvent ativci when taken on the approach ofa recurring attack nthey are excellent ore80t4 by all Druggist e 25 ccnti Dr Miles Medical CoEikhsrt Ind 2 Stop She J H Blight It is a sad thing to see fine fruit trees spoiled by the blight You can always tell them from the rest They never do well afterwards but stay small and sicklyIt worse to sec a blight strike children Good health the natural right of children But some of them dont get their rights While the restf grow big and strong one stays and weak Scotts Emulsion can stop that blight There is no reason whysuch a child should stay small Scotts Emulsion a medicine with lots of strength in itthe kind of strength that makes things growScotts Emulsion makes children grow makes them cat makes them sleep makes them play Give the weak child a chance Scotts Emulsion will make it catch up with the rest This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts Emulsion and is on the wrapper of every tattle Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE 109 Pearl St New York Soc anaUr all druggists RENDER KY Dec 31 Messrs Ben Woodrnfl ind BevIes Yendell returned Stinday last iiom a visit among relatives- t St Charles Mr Jesse Davis who lies been pending Christmas with friends at Equality Ill will return next Sun layRev G H Lawrence of Small house preached no interest ng sermon in the Baptist church ol Render last Sunday Mrs OIlie Rowe of Oentertown cbo has been spending Christmas with her father Rev E F Rowe re turned home last Sunday Mr L Franklin Rowe ol this city visted relatives at Rokport last Sat irday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Janus L Rpwe PtChristmas L itchfiH and sirs E F Hocker Miss Zttta Hocker who has been visiting relatives and friends in Ren ter for the past five weeks has return rd to her home in Leitch field Mr Judson Rowe of Rockportp made a flying trip to Render t Sun day to see his sister Mrs Ollie Rowe Mr and Mrs Clyde Rowe are visit- Ing Mr G M Maddox ol Rockport this week Mr L L Stewart of Echojsi was i pleasant caller at McHenry last SundayMr C Petty of Rockport was in town yesterday on business Dr H B Innes has just returned from a visit with friends at Frankfort BUCKSKIN BILL Marriages Mr Rube Phegley Balzetown to Miss Ella Daugherty Baizetown Mr Frank J Lanham Fordsville to Miss Sallie Smith Fordsville Mr Omer L Ensor of Hartford to Miss Mamie Tyro Hartford Mr Columbus R Brown Rochester to Miss L min Gordon Beaver DamMr Oscar E Wade McHenrv to Miss Sallie Stewart McHenry Mr Charles Taylor Whitesville to Mrs Cyntba Westerfield Whitesville Mr John C Pharris Arnold tu Miss Botha Evans Reynolds Mr John Curly Beaver Dam t1 Miss Nona Stevens Beaver Dam Mr Lee Jones Rosine to Miss Mollie Hunter Rosine Mr Anthui Chapman Westerfield to Miss Emma Daniel Westerfield CASTORIAFor Tho Kind You Have Always Bought Beans the s Signature of The members of the Upworth League ot the Metbotlst church Beaver Darn resolved some months since to Save one dollar outside of their salaries for the benefit of some missionary cause to be paid New Years Eve Accordingly the league met Tuesday night and twenty eiof the faithful mpondei giving their dollars with n thyme how obtained It was a must delightful and interest Ing alTiIr njoyed by alt in the superlative The league also watched the old year out In4 the new year In The statement ol tile condition ol the Bank of Hartford which wn be found in another column ghpws llmt that institution is doing nnexcellet business The bank under its new managers Messrs Moore andjlol brook is giving perfect satisfaction In better n nnd erjoying n large share ot the public patronage W Foiv TrM JDOTUOOKK Cuihlfr I1 TAVLOB V 1 It UOLUBQOK Aut Cub Statement of the Condition oK TIIK Bank of Hartford by At the Close of Business De cember 31 1901- RESOURCES all ofBills discounted 96 36 7 Ovsrdralts unsecured 541 77 Cash on hand and due from banks 36 11691 Banking house and lot 300000 Furniture and fixtures 1000 ro Checks for remittance 447 45 Current expenses 1171 31 Debts In suIt 3 67649 lit est te 394 tc Total j 14365434 f LIABILITIES Capital Stock 40000 00 Undivided ptofits 4 195 at Surplus 3 bio 69 f Subject to chtck6 26 Deposits J 653 Time dr I posits 138 795 18 9S44844 Total 142 654 34 JNO T MOORU Cashier Subscribed and sworn to bfHc me byjno T Moore Cashier this January 2 192 L W lker Notary Public Ohio county Ky My commission expires January ro 1902- I W FORD H P TAYLOR I T J SMITH V Directors JNO C THOMAS i JNOL T MOORE J r Quarterly Reort of the Ohio County Bank At the Close of Business De cember 31 1901- RESOURC4S rLoans and discounts less loans to directors S31J2 52 Overdrfats secured 662 46 Overdrafts unsecured 292 07 Due from National Banks it 378 45 Banking house and lot 500000 Stocks and bonds 323216 Cash on hand 5283 33 Furniture and fixtures 50000 Debts in suit 367 16 Total 84 828 15 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 10000 oo Surplus fund 155 56 Due depositors 67 468 99 Due National Banks 191 55 Due State Banks 576 61 Bills redlscounted 6435 44 Toal 5848285- SUPPIEMENrARY Highest amouLt of indebtedness ol any stockholder person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability ol the individual members thereof directly or Indirectly If such indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock ac tually paid in and actual amount of surplus of the bank 285710 How is indebtedness in above item tetued Alt secured by mortgages on real estate personal propeltyc also insurance polices Does amount oi indebtedness of any person company or firm Including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of tbe individual mem bers thereof exceeding 34 per cent ol paid up capital and actual surplus NoAmount of last dividend f500 oo I S K Cox proprietor of the Ohio County Bank Hartford Ky being duly sworn says tbat the foregoing report is in all respects a true state ment of tbe condition ol said bank at the close of business on tbe 3ist day of December 1901 S K Cox Propr Sworn to before me by S K Cox tbe 2nd day of January 19 2 L WALKER Notary Public Ohio county Ky My commission expires January 10 19 2 SPECIAL NOTICE If not paid already your taxes must bo paid AT ONCE If you aro compelled to pay costs please blamo nobody but yourself Rcspy S T STEVENS S 0 C The Ohio County Banks statement which is published in this issue Is a testimonial that its manager Capt Cox is doing a thriving business All business thrives when under the guardianship of sober and discreet men The Ohio County Bank is keeping pace with these prosperous times Taken up an esUay One white 2 year old steer mark swallow fork in left ear value flo Owner can have same by proving claim to property and paying expenses 244t G M BAILEY Beda Ky p Notice This is to certify that I have this day set my son Forest Huff free to do his own tradingand will not be responsible lor any debts that he may make from this date This i6h day of December 191 24t4P J J HUPP y 2w DAD BLOOD BAD COMPLEXION The skin U the seat of an almost end less variety of diseases They are known various names but are alt due to the same CRUse acid mitt other jx isotis in the Mood tint irritate and interfere with the proper action of the skin To have a smooth toft skin free from eruption the blood must be kept pure and healthy The ninny preparations arsenic and potash and the large face powders and lotions generally used in thlv of diseases cover up for a short time but cannot remove manently the ugly blotches and the red disfiguring pimples Eternal vlpllanoo Is tho price of a beautiful complexion 01airIto uvit Iii daughter was aflllctnt 101nnGwith a eruption on lier I rolsteJ nil IKtlmtnt t wu Itkcu to two celebrated fctilthipringt but Itcelftd notxne Many iedldv were prtKTil d but with giIsle1mrlctclye is nowMv ntrtnyr r a a Ue cnttwrnulng disease has ever returned S S Is a poIillvelunralllng cure for tile worst It Is luonlyIUd blood makes ssspurifies ana invigo rates old makes new rich blood that nourishes the body and keeps the fccondilloucarrying of the Impurities front the body If you have Eczema Salt Rheum Psor sate or skin is rough and pimply send for our book on Blood and and write our physi clans about OlIr case No charge what ever for this service SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA Gi hAND 8j1R FOR TUXES By vitture ol taxes due me as Sher lITor Ohio county lor the years 190 til I or ole of my deputies wll expose to sale at public outcry pt the cou t huoe door in Hatloid Ky on itMonday Jdcntty 6 19 a Lands as follows BKDANO 3 Acres Taxes Graves T J guardian ot Parthenia Graves heirs 75 f 105 MAO AN NO 5 Ralph Sr Jno L 341 1445 NORTH UOCKTORT NO 8 Nofslnger J R I let 6 70 Sulley IC 6 5 15 Smith Mrs M I I lot 4 to Stewart Mis Mattie E I lot 3 55 Reid JW col 2 360 COOL JP8ISG Craig Bro Rcchester Ferry 5 2735 SOUTH ROCKPORT Brown C D adiur ol Isaac Brown 71 515 Brown Siaiuel too- DaugbertyMrsielaggie2tats 515 s 61 Graves Mrs B R I lot 3 15- WAkeUnd MrsMartha i lot 3 05 HORSE nRANCH Pains Mary B 50 3 61 Preston Samuel 300 775 Reeks Crape zoo 4 in WEST BRAVER DAM Davis Mrs Kate i lot 5 65 I CENTBRTOWK May Frank z lot 5 15 SMALLHOU1I Balls Rufus P 45 565 Jackson George 25 465 nUFORD Russell ZaclcT 51 4 III IORDSVILLB Ford Polly A 100 3 II- CERALvn a Birhop Thos T 63 4 60 BOSINB Dabney I W Joo 6 55 Lewis SB 100 3 66 TTNAVILLK ADDITIONAL YEAR 1930 Stinnett John B 71 3 20 NON RK3IDRNT LIST Dalton W A 1910 190 6 65 i i n Oi n j 65 Dean WJ 1910 53 355 Hendrix Madle 1900 61 3 55 King W T oi 6 20- Klttley John A 1930 143 5 65 I II I oi 5 60 Morehead Mattle J 1900 60 4 5 j 1 IQ5 4 to 5151ToOther taxes not paid at once will be advertised S T STEVENS SOC n nu A Bad Breath A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Aycrs Pills are liver pills They cure constipation I biliousness dys pepsia headache2- 5C Al drasclsts I Want jour mnuiticlui or board a beautiful 1 brown or bteckT Then u- BUCKINGHAMS DYEMFor I p a e H I CtilCHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS 0Ie o cotJO 8b11Ua 1 Nnfr Always riItablLiidIe ails Prurgtii Ibr lllrlltMlKIVM EMUL1MI In Ited U4 Mold mtulllo bon seated with blu ribbon TaUn no ullirr lUfUie danvrruu subi- JtUIunnnt Imitation lluyof yourl nicctKt nr send Ir In stamps for Parllrtitan Trail IndiefkUrby11 UniinliU OHIO BBTIIIR OHEMIOAt 00 aloe HaillMin Nqunrr IIIILA IJ- uu tat iOAS rOnXADun the YOU Hill Alwirs Bosght BJpa1IlI of ct111 fln Start the New Year lt I Q e Q t O Wo cnn anil vilj help you in this matter and wo think wci convince you of tho einceroilv of thjii assertion if you will 113 visit our store when in need of anything in tho Dry oods line Tho Xmas Holidays am over mid wo aro right at tho ho nning of a Now Year AVer wish you a whole lot of good ck and will show you Unit wojnenn it by placing before you Bargains piled high Com olo sea us mid look through our stock and you will think you have struck moro good ck than over before in all your life S RuBber Goods Wo have a largo lino of Rubber Bootstho best to be- fountlnnywhere Mens arctics mens ileccolinod clothtop nibbora for dressy wear Ladies fleeced clothtop and plain rubbers Largo lines Low prices Boots and Shoes wo carry the largest lines of Shoes to bo found anywhoro outside tho largo cities Our celebrated Brown Shoo is ai Shoe that you will like If you buy it once you will al ways buy it Try itand see Clothing Wo want Jo clean up for a now spring stock and wo thin best to begin right now while tho weather is cold and yo need warm Suits and Overcoats Come to see us and v will astonish you with our low prices Cloaks and Wraps This department is very full and we want to sell tho la garment Como to see us before buying elsewhere Wo wi soil you anything in this lino almost at ypur own price Underwear Our stock of Underwear is complete and if you are 1 need of anything in this line you will do well to insp these goods before buying elsewhere J Comforts and Blankets in abundance Outings and Flal nels Hosiery and everything kept in a firstclass Dry Go 3 store Dont forgot the place J Economy Dry Goods Stor BELOW COST My entire stock of Goods must be sold Dry GoodsGroceriesc to go nt once You can get Goods at your own price Dont forget to come at once All profits have i been knocked off and the goods must besoldat once JnoGKeownHartfof I trn THE CHICAGO POST THE j HOME PIPER Eien FARMER shnld read dally The Chicago Post STOCK Shipper should read dallj Ue Chicago Post J 51EfllJlIVE PRODUCE Shipper should read dallt The Chicago Post Every GRAIH Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER1 THE lEST IS NONE TOO ROOD FOR YOU Subionbfjlhrouzh your commission firm ntwidealtr or publisher ol Iwpaper COllllllalLV alii advartlolDona Sample coptoa aall tree nrequsL Addres THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III i If You Want To keep posted and othe wellinformed subscribe for The Republican 4 And get aU the news all the ti QBEAIWuacllr I Fir 20 Years Has Led all Wirm Ree III rcJWi SOXjJCk lilY AxaXa XtTTOrarXS9a w NpIUedb1 JAMES F BALLARD tte For Sale by J H Williams DrUggist Hartford Kf L L t e i Desire to thank their manycustomY era for their liberal patronago during thoYoar1901 By your help wo have been ablo to itnako tho past i yearbno of our busiest s v Wo tiro liiappy to inform you that i tinabout three weeks you will find us in our t t NEW STORE o a Ono door below A D Whites where l tI 1 wo hope to Go able to dispense to TMyougreater bargains than ever be foreiftWishing you all a prosperous year wo are Respectfully i J2 4Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 3 illinois Central RailroadTime Table I Sw Umard takhg east Eaday JJe4I t ISM at 1001 Jeeth rtennd tenth alonn- dNourdeazm No InddlaTu- oIOdI 1pPm NolildaSApmm eeeal rrerght- Nolelderaeam 8 BNuariia Asapm- aw I a er0io raw u vN- m I For Hot Lunch so to Slnget Office Sapt Pon Rogers was in Greenville Monday and Tuesday tMr Alex Maddox McHenry made I us a pleasant call Wednesday I I C R Martin jeweler and watch 1makerat Williams drug store I bs Maggie Davidson has closed 1btrschool and Is at home again For the nicest candles and fruits in Hartford go to the Singer Office The nicest Cheese Sausage and Crackers in Harjford at Singer Once Mr Jew S Bean lelt Tuesday tot enter the Louisville Medical School Messrs W A Hill and Ml Wllll y lame Ceralvo called to see us Wed Fl aeal5 L la James Ballet Central City Qed Miss Mattie Bennett first of the week Mrs E J Hudson who has been alowlYlhiMr B SI Ellis Denver Col who has been visiting tils parents Mr and Mrs A C Ellis near town left Tuesday for his home rl MlStuffed UpI Thats tim condition of many sufferers In tho morning C1ear1Ing Impairs the taste smell and hearing pollute tho breath deranges the atom I affects tho appetite To cure catarrh treatment mutt be constitutional alterative and tonic- I wen afflicted with catarrh I took 1a medicines or different kinds glrlng ach- aielr trial but gradually grew worse until I could hardly beer taste or nmell I then concluded to try Hoods I curd and r after taking flve bottlei was and have not had any return of toe disease since EvsaaxFouza Lebanon Kan Hoods Sarsaparilla f Cures catarrh lt50tbea and strenirth ens the mneous membrane and builds f up the whole system Y WORTH 300000000 The President of a certain big OU Corn paayUaald to be worth 300000000 A- Wl lIt of money and ao mlitA Ad- ythktnthappy InanaddremtoaBlbla clan he spoke of Uiali and troubltt of the rich and the load they have to carry A young lady whlapered to a friend that he might wear a Bensons Bonraa 1Iuter on hU back er bettentlll dMde themoney among the Bembera of the class I dont knOW why her Idea about the ylaiter makes me want to lane doM All the urns IhAn mesa plentyof people lwgh after pulling Bnaoam ra on their backs or shah or on any other spot when then pdDItJnafbethou kidney or lumbago throats that make you yell at at a dog bite I oc it may be a quietrig lUTM UalraamU lotions eta or with any pluiereclipand ciao quickly It stops the pain and goodHalfRations and itibetitnte AU druggist or we will prepay postage oa any number ordered U the State on receipt of ate each Beabury Jt Johnson Mfg Chemist JfY Mr L B Loney McHenry paid his compliments to Tim REPUBLICAN while in town Monday Col C M Barnttt left for Louis ville Monday after spending the boll days with his family here Messrs Nicholas Barrage Taylor Mines and R Q Jarnagin Beaver Dam were In town Tuesday Mrs Woosley the woman evangelist is conducting a series ot meet Ingaat the Methodist church Miss Ophelia Stevens and mother near Beaver Dam both have pneu monia Mrs Stevena is quite ill The New Year was greeted Tuesday night at is oclock by the blowing oi whistles and the tolling of bells theIShtefriends in Hattford firstof the week Dr E A Carson Leitchfield who has been spending Christmas with friends here returned home Tuesday Mrs Amanda Barnett who has been visiting her soaMr J B Barnett Wltchlta Kafa returned home Wednesday Prol and Mts S C Stevens Lexington are visiting relatives near Beaver Dam Prol Stevens was in town Wednesday Mr Robt D Wedding who hasI been employed in Uncle Sams sol diery business in the Philippines la now nt Jefferson Barracks Mo IMra J L Rogers Greenville who- I went to Calllornial lor her r health sometime since Is thought to be 1m proving and boptrof restoration to former health la enteitalned by the 1l1y r Hair Falls II Vlcortoalophalf a bottle cured me J C Baxter Braldwood III Ayers Hair Vigor is certainly the most eco nomical preparation of its kind on the market A wayItit to stop falling of the hair make the hair grow grayhairIt your drunlsc cannot nppl JOII esyouabottle es of your n AddleJ For Quail on Toast steak eggs coffee and Oysters in any style go to Singer OBice Mr Thomas remains quite ill with little hope of recovery though his physician expresses confi dent hope that he will again be out Sell photographer Is still at the Hartford wharf with his float lag studio but will leave the third of February Go to him for firstclass work Mr Alvis S Bennett our new mem ber In the legislature left Wednesday for the capital MrBennett is a very promising and deserving young man and we shall expect to hear from him Mr Blnmer Renfrew Renfrew was In town first of the week There Is some special enviable attractions here for Mr Renfrew He was a student at college here last year Mr John C Barnard who has just closed his term of scholl at Prentls will leave Monday for Bowling Green where he will attend school during the winter and spring months LOST Monday afternoon on the streets of Hartford one gold star em blem of the Eastern Star Degree in Masonry Return to Ftrst National Bank Hertford and receive reward Ola the little six year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Dave Wlllyard Bu ford died Saturday of brain fever and was buried Sunday at Mt Carmel Another older daughter has typhoid pneumonia and is very ill Mr Eugene Combs near Sulphur I Springs died last week of pneumonia which disease ras doubless contract ed while hauling tobacco to Owens boro He was a highly respected cit ben and hit loss to the community much deplored Mr 5eo B Thompson and family Horton lelt Saturday to join the Ohio county colony at Crowley La Mr Thompson is one of the countys best citizens and his addition to Louisiana is a substantial gain for that state and a loss to our own Mr B H Ellis will leave Monday for Bowling Green Vhere he will en ter the Business College Howard taught a very successful school during the pest winter and the profession loses In him a most promising young man Our best wishes go with him The Monroe Lumber Co of Beaver Dam made an assignment Monday Mr Ben D Rlngo is assignee Beaver Dam has been supporting two plaining mills during the past year and it Is much regretted that this firmI has been driven to the wall Rough River Lodge No no Knights of Pythias will give a supper and smoker for Its members on next Tuesday evening Every member of the lodge is urged to be present for a alee time is promised The lodge will have work 1n the second rank for that night Hartford is to soon have two new dry goods stores Messrs Pair Co and Carson Co Work is being pushed rapidly to completion on both and when fully equipped will preseut a picture of elegance beauty and taste They will add much to the general appearance of the town and will be excellent bidders for trade The following letters remain dead In the Hartford postoffice Mrs len nle B Everly C I Miller Bud Plelde Tom White Mrs Sarah Crumptou E P Baize W H Baize Miss Lena Igleheart Miss H D Riggs Shelby Rocky Mrs Rosa Johnson Mrs R A Nelson L Pat ton James T Miles and Kinch Mar tin The directors of the Rough River Telephone Co have made arrange meats with Mr D M Hocker to manage the business of the company He will take charge on January Ikor- as soon as he settles his business of deputy sheriff Mr Hocker is a splendid business man and we expect to see the business of the company prosper under his supervision Supt Rogers has extended the boundary of the Beaver Dam graded school district sd as to include all par ties residing in the corporate limit of Beaver Dam South of the railroad After being petitioned and given due notice and hearingthe evidence pro and con this decision was reached It will greatly benefit the graded school and will virtually insure a victory for the school when an election is held to vote a tax Dr J Henry Baroes iChiekaskaL Tj aad Miss Ethel Kllpatrlck St 1 Louis Mo were married the nth ultimo at Chlckatba Dr Barnes at tended college here for quite a while taught In the Smluary at Beaver Dam and erjoys a host of well wishing friends tbioagbout the county He graduated last year from the Louis ville Medical College soon thereafter went west to seek his fortune in the practice of his prefes lou Our per sonal knowledge of Dr Barnes war rants the assertion that the young lady whose heart he won and whom he led to the hymenlal altar is eml nently deserving of him our friend and fellow countryman Tna REPUB LICAN congratulates and wishes for them a future strewn with heavens richest blessings Mr Ojcar Wade and Miss Sallle Stewart were married last Sunday at thehome Mr Had Maddox McHenry Quarterly Report of the BEAVER DAM Q 9SlClh At the Close of Business on the 31st day of Decem ber 1901- RESOURCES Leans and discount less loans to Directors 122990 38 Overdrafts secured 514 25 Overdrafts unsecured 56375 Due from Nat Banks 20787 12 Due from State BksBnks oo Due from Trust Companies oo Banking house lot 150000 Other Keal estate oo Mortgages iooooo U S Bonds 5ooco Other stocks Bonds 99000 Specie 522779 Currency 248300 7 70379 Exchange fpr Clearing oo Other items carried as cash oo Furniture and Fixtures 50000 Fund to pay taxes oo Current ex last quar oo Give descriptlonlocation value and how long owned all real estate xcept banking house and lot if any owned lougertban five years oo Total 16506129 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in 2500000 Surplus fund 500000 Undivided profits 675980 Due depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to check on which Interest is not paid 66566 31 Deposits subject to check on which musts pd oo Demand certificate of de posits on which in is pd oo Time certificates of de- IOslts on which in Is pd S59 281 95 12584826 Savings deposits on which in is Certified checkso3Due Nat Yanks I203 23 Due Trust Companies oo Cashiers checks outstandingo9 Bills rediscountednoUnpaid dividends 125900 Taxes due and unpaid 00 Capital stack not paid oo Total 16506129- SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firth Including in the liability ol the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such Indebtedness ea ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock ac tually paid in and actual amount ol surplus ot the bank f oo How Is Indebtednees stated in above item secured See sec 583 Ky Statutes Highest amount of indbtedness of any director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 pet cent of paid up capital stock of bank- S 00 See Sec 583 Ky Satutes Hi w is same secured Does amount ol indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liability ot the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus 00 It so state amount of such Indebtedness 00 Amount of last dividend 125000 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom belore declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits ol the bank for the period covered by the dlvidendcarried to tbe surplus fund be fore sale dividend was declared Yes State cf Kentucky County of Ohi- o5s1 Jco H Barnes Cashier of Beaver Dam Deposit Danka Bank located and doing business in the countybeing going report in in all respects a true statement of the condition ol said bank at tbe cloie of business oa the 31st day ot December 1901 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank transacted at the location nam ed and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 3It day of December as the day on which such repoit shall be made Subscribed and sworn to before me by Jno II Barnes Cashier the 2nd day ofJanuary 1932 M S RAOLAND C O C Ct By E P TAYLOR D C JHO H BARNES Cashier F 0 AUSTIN Director G H BARNES Director fV trio II BARNS Director SUICIDE 18 THREATENED Unless the Deserted Wife of J W Lanham Grants Immunity And Seeks Former Husbands AbodeThe Hymentol Voyage With the Young Girl t Over begs Pardon The elopement of Jas W Lanham and Iva Wedding sometime since from the Sulphur Springs community was a very disgraceful aOair and caused quite a stir id that vicinity being the source of neighborhood gossip for quite a while But the most startling of all rumors is the one now current- It Is reported that Lanham has communicated to his wife from some point in Tennessee tidings of repen tensthe acknowledgment that his conscience Is heavily burdened that he is weary of body and spirit and is meditating suicide A reporter to TUB REPUBLICAN says Lanham wrote his deserted wife re cently since he kidnapped Miss wedding that if she would come to him he would send Miss Wedding home and unless this request was granted he would throw himself in front of the tartest L N express andbe hurled into eternity where he ought to be This report however is unauthen tlea ted but it Is common neighborhood talk The reporter could not advise whether Mrs Lauham would forgive the folly of her husband and grant him full pardon and join for tunes with him again or allow him to be the hero in blessing the country with prompt and immediate riddance of the most accursed fiend to civilization The taking of his own life will not restore the young girls ruined char acter Her future hopes are blasted the purity and sweetness of her char acter with which nature richly en dowed her are destroyed her stand ing in the community of her nativity Is utterly ruined past redemption whilst the suicide of the destroyer of woman is little recompence for the crime committed yet it would protect others and in the end would ben blew ing The thing proper for Mrs Lanham to do Isto visit her husband with an officer and allow him to look from be hind the bars the remainder of his years above fortytwo N For Sale One Tenhorse boiler and engine Aultman Taylor makein good order practically as good as new One pal pf 24Inch under runner corn burrs and the finest kind of mealmakers Price Two Hundred Dollars cash in hand This is a bargain dont let i- slip t RENFROW DEAN 24tf Dundee Ky I The Beaver Dam Deposit Bank is out with its quarterly statement Its a splendid tribute to the management and shows the bank to be In a ptoi perous condition Banks are necessary convenience but Ohio county has all she needs Fine milch cow for sale guaranteed to be firstclass Apply at REPUBLICAN office6iRELIEF A really healthy woman has Ute tie pain or discomfort at the menstrual period No woman needs to have any Wine of Cardul will quickly relievo those- smarting menstrual palm and the dragging head back and side aches caused by falling of the womb and Irregular mea- sesWINECARDUI has brought permanent relief to lOOODOO women who suffered every month It makes tho men strual organs strong and healthy It it tho provision made by Nature to give women relief from tie terrible aches and pains which blight so many homes Oanrwoop LA Oct U 1JOU timeIIlrtdsbottleorwlneofearddl nUl ntaken all of It I WM rellered teuytatulareawondrfi Uu II A Toon qaptema4bt attt000a XWWaI Caaiteooqreo asaCltfa Hartford College 04 AN- DBusiiiess r Institute HARTFORDI Y COMMERCIAL COLLEGE AND TEACHERS TRAIN ING SCHOOL UNIVERSITY PREPARATORY WORK A SPECIALTY if GG m Q t te1 1 Q ju m Gens ie 4 Points to be Remembered 1st Wo advance pupils as rapidly as possible but never lose sight of thoroughness and absolute mastery of tho subject 2nd We prepare pupils for passing successful examina tions but never forgot that they must bo prepared for the everyday business affairs of life 3d Wo most ealfiiestly condemn all forms of extravagance and dissipation but teach vigorously tine general principles of economy and temperance 4th We condemn all vicious and idle habits and insist industry5th cost Expenses COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT Tuition per term of ton week 800 Two terms in advance 1500 Music per term of ten weeks 1000 COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Business Course three months A 2000vBusiness Course six months 2500 Shorthand three months r 2000 Shorthand six months 2500 Business Course and Shorthand eight months 3500 Board per week 200 General Suggestions Reference books are a necessity so bring all you have es pecially those on tho subjects you expect to pursue Wq do not propose to guarantee certificates but we do guarantee to give you all the assistance in our power to enable you to attain cue or raise tho grade of an old one Extra effort is bestowed on those who are weak in certain branches Studentsshould write us in advance of their arrival so that wo may secure suitablo homos for thorntBe present on tho first day of the term if possible howev er if you cannot enter until lator enter anyhow and we will sec that you have the very best advantages possible For further information call on or writo t- oTJWORTONorOMSHULTZ I e t i t ri 1902t a CLEANINGLUP1i a We know of no better way to celebrate the ad a vent of the Now Year than to clean out our houseaa of all goods loft over from the old year and to be J gin the Spring of 1902 with everything fresh and a now a First however wo wish to extend our grateful J i acknowledgments to our friends and patrons of 1 the old year for tho exceptionally liberal and Son a erous treatment wo received at their hands during d a the year just closed Ninoteonhundredandono a may bo justly regarded as tho highwatermarkr ayear of our business If tho New Year shall start a oft as favorably for us as the old one ends we shall jfo certainly have no occasion for complaint a Beginning at once wo propose to inaugurate tho a grestest Clcaringup and Cleaningout Salo in our a lino over known in Hartford Nothing will bo re- servedJ but everything goes so that wo can make It acleansweep before moving into our now Uiiild a ing which will bo somo time within tho next 1 a sixty days Then we shall stock up with every- thinga new and fresh a Wo shall not undertake to quote prices but Ji only ask of you a visit a patronagoa99 good wishes for all Yours truly E CARSON C0r t Hartford Ky 0lIaa EVERYBODYS STORE 3 1T 1901if ttItward our liberal patrons that rn wo look hack over the resultsJof oUr labors for 1901 Every means of which wo could con 1 ceive that would contribute to tho best interest ofour trade has been brought to bear Largo stocks in oeryIdepartment Reliable upto i date merchandise at economic prices Wo treat old and young aliko All are given equal attention Every dimoJbuys the same in quantity and quality All dollars contain tho same per cent of saving it matters not who brings thorn Ladies Wraps We havo some Capes and Jackets that we are making bargain prices on Como while wo have your size and save yourself somo money ODDS and ENDS in every depart mont will bo sold at greatly reduced prices Now is a good time to secure some extraordinary values in Furs Millinery Underwear Gloves Dress Goods and Waist Goods Rare Bar gains here Q t t l Overcoats in broken lots at a big reduction in prices A nice line of regular goods in all sizes at tho right prices The Jgreatest lino of Suits at 1000 you over saw Odd garments J at your own price i SHOESWo have just received another shipment of our highgrade heavy goods for the muddy sc n Our lines of 200 250 300 and 350 of men s fine goods aro things of beauty and good service is guaranteed 1 Bring us your Corn and other Produce visit our store early in tho Now Year and our store will be your favorite placo to buy your goods V 1 Jt Xp BARNES BRO 1- i Beaver a i w i r 12o I r ry t w v 1 c k Tho Kind Yon Have Always Bought and which has hccn- 4n use for over SO years has homo the signature ol and has hccn madouiulcr his perw 4sonalsupervision since its InfnnefS ono to lccclvo you i All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgootl arc hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants anti Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORAItc Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pared iF gone Drops and Soothing Syrups x It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is Its guarantee It destroys AVornm and alloys Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures CowtIinitIontand Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural tilcepsThe Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend tc E CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of 1 oC Hie KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMK CKNTAUR MPANV TT MunMAV r err NCWVOHH CITY jw 11J 1 FIELD c SON TRAN8JFERLINE3335A W JJSST nA tonl A IcAVC= cA2 BARTFORD Y A PAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED I ASTHMA CURE FREE Aathmalonn Brings Instant Holiof and Permanent Cure in all Cases ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WRITE Y01R XA3IE AMI AlHIIltSS 1IAIMV I CHAINEDFOR TEM 1 YEAr4S I There is Lathing like Astbrnalene blings instant relief even in the worst cases It cures when all else fails I The Rev C F Wells of Villa Ridge III says Your trial bottle of Asth raalece received in good condition I I cannot tell ou how thankful I feel for the good derived from it I was a III ave chained ftih putrid sore tbtoat Asthma for ten years I despaired ol ver being cured I saw jour advertise ment for the cute ol this dreadful ant 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 lullsize bottle Rov Dr Morris Wochslor Rabbi of the CongoBnallsroe1 New York Jan 3 1901 Drs Talt Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene is n excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever and its composition alleviates all troubles which combine with Asthma Its success is astonishing Ml wonderful p Alter having it careful annled wecan state that Asthmalere contains no opium morphine cb roform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS WECHSLER Avon Springs N Y Feb 4 1901 Dr Taft Bros Medicine Ci Gentlemen I write t testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderlul effect ol yrr Asthmalene for tie cure of Aslhmi My wilt has been afflicted with iiusuiodlc asthma for the past 12 years Havingex hiusted my own skill as welt as many others I chanced to see your sign upon your windows on 13 th street New York I at once obtained n bottle iif Asthmalene My wife commenced taking it about the first of Nomember I very soon noticed a radicalimprovement Alter using one bottle her Asth ma bad disappeared and be is entirely free Irom all symptoms I feel that I can consistently iecomrr nd 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 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried num erous remedies but the have all failed I ran across your advertisement and stdrted with a trllnttle I found relief at once I have since pur chased your fullsizr butt and I am ever grateful I have family of four children end for blx yea was unable to work I am now in the best ot health and am doing bljness every day This testimony you can make such use of as you see fi Home address 235 Rivlngton ftreet j RAPHAEL 67 East 129th St New York City Trial Bottlo Sent Absolutely Froo on Rocolpt of Postal Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINF Co 79 East I3oth St N Y Cit- ySold by Druggists A BOON TO MANKIND I p DR TASIERS BUCKEYE g 22 g IJCst4 OC cnrT1 I Jn 1uf II and J Of 1 C 03r4111 r1 UIz Q 1 TIIJ1 PILE I I CURE A Ntw Discovery fur the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERF PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURLs WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED Tunes ay MAl 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS s JAMES FBAltn Sole Pjoprlstor 310 Kortb Main Street ST LOUIS HP For Sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky r 1 f t a Hartford Republican t FRIDAY JANUARY 3 A TRUE GHOST STORY I Written for TOE RUIOLICUgThe hero of our story Mr R a farmer in Southwettn Kentucky One dark gloomly No to vember evening Mr R went to a neighboring village leaving Mrs R Ith two small children to hold the ortThehoule of the family was near 8a large swamp nearly a mile in widths Night was tat approaching end yet co sound of footsteps announced the of the protector of the house Darkness was drawing her dark man i tie over the eatth antI the mother rew the children coin around her and tiled to quell their fears thoughT she could not dispel her own lence reigned supreme There were thoughts of Indians robbers and hsts but nothing broxe the awful ttnce save the c ccnslonal boot If an gwlln the great forest near oy Butt at once theffitblnl watchful dog sprang from his bed barking as if an army of ghosts were on the war FabhAll eyes were turned toward Ihe diM And oil hcrrortt their wortI fears seemed realized Through dim twilight some hideous monster was seen approaching There was s rattle and then a bang and then a slI lence But and unexplained silence was no relief to the mother who with the children quickly fld to the reslI dence qf Mr C the only near neigh borelIe did not wait to hear half ot her tory but gathering up an oldI rasty fire lock he marched boldly to the scene ol danger to make war on the ghosts When he reached the deserted home he found nothing unusual about the place except that the large farm gate was set upagalnct thesmall gateway at the yard Down in the orchard under his favorite Ben Davis tree stcol Jim the mule eating apples as if there were no ghosts in forty miles ot him And since Jim was an eye witness to whole affair we will now relatehis side of the story lie had been allowed to spend his leisure hours in aI fine clover field adjoining the orchI aid Jim loved appes if any dlOeri ence better than clover But how was he to indulge his natural fond ness for fruit He could look over the high slat fence that intervened and see apples in abundance He could Jump over the fence too but THE NEW WAY Common Sense for Women Ladles ShouTU Head ot the Latest and stoat Sue resvtol Importation hun Franc All Woraooklnl May roen Prlnht Eyiis Fair IjUo strength and Hood Health Konaya Dr 1aIlord the famons French prac tltlonerwho boo devoted bin whole I1fto the study ot women anti baa won the highest dis tinction through hl wondertulfr successful proc IarlIWoman U a heroine tye the Doctor and her remarkable endurance and ability to withstand the moot trying ordeal compels admiration She Is n iilare to the Natural Modesty of her sex which no often conic her to endure the greatest trial Roll suffer In silence rather than consult even her Kmnlly riiyfkluu fearing to exiiosv hernelt to neceoMiry iuwtlonlng and probable vxamlnatlun- A iirjsTti v- llecuBUliIng tbhi fact early In his practice Dr Lallurd has by yean of study and cloeappll cation enrolred an entirely new method of treat meat for all ailments peculiar to woman whit has Tact with unbounded snccetw and his hand Offices managed by tltllled physicians under lit ersonnl supervision are now located In every large city of Kurope- lly hid HOperlr r methods each patient receives absolutely tree of thug roll and detailed advice enptilully adapted to her cues thus avoiding all embarriisunient or Inconvenience and us Dr ln Dorda remedlra are put up In the form ot stunlli dainty wafrritheyaraeialiy carried nod taken at any time or place without attracting atten tion This Insure regularity In treatment which Is meat Important to a cure and generally Im possible with liquid remedies Liquid rcmedleN iilwnjrn contain iilurm propor tion of alcohol whUky or other liquors to pre serve them front spoiling Dr Ijillords Wafers nro a dry medicine and are positively reefrom intoxicants or narcotic drags of any kind 1OlEhtN IIr1IoIs Dr Lnllords groutmt uIII4 been acblev IIolbo us of the CAItOXIA WAFKII This Is nut n 1atent Medicine but a milenlltlc prepa ration of Vltjurnum or TAIIUNIA com monly known as thick llawberry and other well known herb whowruratlve prn ertles have been known to heibnlltii fur tetituriss Vlbnr unto or IAHINiA It ivciigtilzed and HTllied by the leading pliynlclnns of the ISz the beet kmiwn Huerlilclor Keiualn troubled The extremity Jl ngiveitbe taste of them drug him been uvemiiueiiy nklllfal manipulation retaining however nil of their virtue and strength and these x JnM bID no combined tend prepar ed as to form a dainty wafer easily taken yet embodying the taoist accurate ODd certain core tar Iemiile II enknens Nervous rrostrntlonlaln fat anti HniiprfiweU uenses Irregnlanty linear ThiS or Wbltis Hterillty Ulceration nf the Uterus Change of Mfe la Mutroa or Maid Chronic De cline Irlnury Troublm Nervous Debility Irofuse Flow Tbreuteueil MlHciirrluge Ialpltatlon of the Heart IaliM In the It side Cold Hands nail Feer Hearing Down 1alns llackache Wbort new olllllb Hcaldlug of Lrlne Hureuol llrenst NearulKla Uterine Dlnplacement and all thorn symptoms which make the average no tuHi m lIlt no uiUernble It inuki1 child birth easy and saves doctors Hills A VAIUAIIIE FKATLHKC- A1IOMA UAFKItS have proven nbleulng to thousands of suffering women who have been made well strong anti hippy In a anrprlnlngly short this wonderful treatment They will not only cure the molt obtlnote raise no matter how long neglected but are also the only known remedy that can be nbsolntely relied upon to prevent these monthly recurrence of extreme pain anti suffering needlessly endured hl0many of our women Ill re nnil iilecllvr Dr MllordV Wafers are purely vegetable containing no Injurious chemicals or drum nnd ore positively guaranteed to cure even the most neglected cues If directions are carefully follow ed and this medlelne honestly taken This valuable remedy llr IHllonl Cnro jut Is now on lIlolu America by the Importing firm of 1nyieIuiirr aousav who have contracted with Dr Lallord for the exclusive agency for the United state A Consultation Department under the supervision of Dr Iji Hord Is and special advice fnrnlshed absolutely free of charge to nil who take the treatment Indies onlerlng CAIIOMA are Invited to write nil about their particular case In detail anti are assured the most sacred privacy at to their correspondence oa no testimonials or letters front ladle are ever published by us One box of lAIIOSIA Wafers containing a month supply will be sent securely packed and prepaid to any addren In the U H or Canadaon recruit of One Dollar accompanied by the details of your cone A lull and complete treatment In cluding nil npwwenrv medicine our written guarantee Five Dollars payable In advance This charge cover all exi ensei Including frer advice and full directions There are no add tlonal charm of any kind thus placing the treatment within thn reach of all AddrMH Consultation Dept The olcliiiStiller iiininuy Market 1IId lIb St pdtlpbla 1a IMyr i A WORTHY Sti ESSOR Something Now undo Tho Sun All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid ases inhalers And drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes causing them crack open and bleed The power fut acids used in the inhalers have entirety eaten away the same mem branes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old nd experienced practitioner who has many years made a close study aid speciality of the treatment ot Cat attli has at last perfected a treat meat which when faitliully used not nuly relieves at once but permanent IT cutes Catah by removing the 5 use stopping the discharges and tIring all inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that- ctually reaches the afflicted parts I his wonderful remedy is known as Souffles the Guaiantced Catarrh Cure and in sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar each package containing internal andexternal medicine sufficient for n nil months and everything necessary o its perfect use Snuffles is the only perfect Cute ever made and is o v recognized the only sate and r ivc cure for Int annoyinttnnd dW ing disease It cures all inflamatun quickly and permanently and is aL wonderfully quick to relieve Hay fever or Cold in the Uel1dInegltcv Consumption c uuflles vi1 wave you il you use itit once It is no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which is postively euaran teed to cure Catarrh in any firm orI stage if uced according to the direc tions which accompany each pack pue Dont delay butsend lor it at once and write lull particulars as to your condition nnd you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your casa without cost to you beyont- he regular price of Snuffles the Guarantee Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt ol One Dollar Address Dept I Ed win B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia this nould require fo much muscular exertion when strategy would work as well He would jump a high rai fence into an adjacent field and gain entrance into the orchard through an opengateway This worked well for time but on this eventful night hi found this gateway closed And no wishing to disturb the family or wake Carlo he decided to try creep ling through the gate as two slat were oil about tne middle This he partly succeeded in doing But to his dismay the diagonal brace caught on his neck and be lilted It toIii r from its hinges And now with the heavy gate glanced across hlsleck Jim was in a dilema even He did not try to r emblerion Quixote and the wind mills but be was bearing such abu den as few pet pie are willing to bear But he de cided to go ahead with the undertake ing And as be reached the small gateway at the yard he was met by Carlo with a bowwow which was an order to halt Jim obeyed orders and haslly back lag Out of his burden left the gate leaning against the small gateway at the yard It was Jim with the large gate suspended across his neck that gave him his ghost like appearance And when he cat off lila burden it made the rattle an the bang that spread dismay amoi g the inmates of the home And now bis burden wz ISa gone the little effort was evacuated and troublesome Carlo was shut ofl Jim had gained a tvmpltte victory and was eating the fruits of it Many years have passed away hI Jim still has a place at the old home stead lIe has neither lost his usefulness nor his fondness for fzuit The children are now grown and doubtless have learned a good lesson in perseverance They are found ol reading Tim REPUBLICAN and enjoy hearingg their parents relate a hue ghost story YB R lIe who rules mutt honor full as much as he commands OASTOlaABe- mth lto Kind You fcwAimrsBciiglil 81giitu +ct c14 Probably Not photograph No I wonder If it is a good likeness it No Im snre it Is not It WhyBecause she is immensely pleastd with it OASOX OArABean thelieKind Yrs Has Alwars Bug t Slgutnra lcf How They Get the Idea What makes him think he is In societyWhy he has been permitted to purchase tickets for a swell charity entertainment 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE F I I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac A nroo senates a mete na mar ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably Coraraunlfa tlonsstrlcUrconOileutlal ilandbookon IatenU ararlngjaZentslatentltfxrut notict without cbareo In the Scientific Jititcricaiu A handsomely IllnslntM wwHr lareest dr 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Pythla meet every Tnwday night 1rNton Morton Tost 04 uA R hotreg ular meetlnirs Saturday before Brst Sunday In each monthAll ot the reepeetlre lodge are invited attend nit meetings NEW TIROUGH LINE BETWCtN EVAKSVIUC AND CaICACOA new through car line has been established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Evansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly part of the P D E Ry The services is as follows NORTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun ItLv Eyansvile 73opm 730010 Ar Chicago 700am 7oop m SOUTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Chicago 84opm 830301 ArEvansville 805am 550 m Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chait ars on day trains Tickets ol you r local ticket agent nn WORMS A FORTUNE FOR 50 CENTSS Aii opportunity to get thousands of dollars In cash U offered by TJ1H MEMPHIS WEEKLY COMMHR- V CIAL to the nbtcribera making the firat correct or uearctt correct on the number of balea of J Cotton received In Memphis from September 11901 to and including Ifl90Z the only provlalol1 being O that each and every guess must be accompanied by 50 cents for a year S subscription to I THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY 6QKRGIAL APPEAL o no Croat Howe Farm and Family JournzS of tho South 8The first correct or nearest correct guess on tho number of bales of Cotton received In Memphis v from September I 1901 to April 15 igoa vlll be awarded In cosh u fofIowl received in December III It 5000 If received In January 3500 February If To be plainer the proposition Is simply this the correct or nearest correct guess Is received InIsn 0 September the fortunate guesser will receive 1000000 cajh If not received until October the guesser will recejvo gooooo ii not until Novcmber 75uooo If not until December Sooooo Ir not 0 January 350000 If not until February 100000 If not until March 100000 TUB MEMPHIS WEEKIA COMMERCIAL APPEAL Is the rreate t ncwa farm and family Jo untilb3Sf the United States At only SO cents a year It plvcsten ant twelve pages weekly of news specially farm matter by Prof S M Tracy a womans and children department by Mrs Jaue Uowar a loua I with Dr Talmages Sunday sermon and a Sundayschool lesson a short ItOry and a continued story the market reports Washington gossip and many columns of miscellaneous news and Information Paper an lie Sent to Any AdOres and Guess Credited to 1nrty 7Ia klns llemllUnco I CONTEST CLOSES ON MARCH 31 1902 o at midnight but the guts Is tot on the uumberof bales of cnt ton roceIYN In Memphis from September I P101 to April 15 C 1WZ Inclusive the official fifurr of the Memphis Cotton 1U 0 chanice to be the figures UI1nhleh the contest is lobe decided S la order to help erery one to ficnre closely sat enable them II to make a clou Kueis the receipts Memphis tvtweea the I datea mentioned lonhet six yttra are gletn below BplliI031004 atsi4 4 TS1O mm Hept I 1KU7 IMVii e4S0ONumber rsaier lftv4 I MesaplU- sno B 1 1 RUN to April IB ICIS 718 OSS x atesapalsfromMntIITN Mewpklsfro 514tS No guess will be recorded where postmark abowa letter was mailed Inter tliau Mania 31 Hut under no circumstances will a 1f11H be recorded where letter It received at the Commrctai ApPall oee laCer thu April 5 31112 no matter abat dIr potlk SEND FOR A FREE SAMPLE COPY Vake remittances payable to sad address TUB WICBKLY connunciAL APIEAL t1empbi TennQ ANNOUNCEMENT Illinois Central R R Illlaols iv triil recursion to C IIIUiwlnts on the return February U A dell htlQI voyage across the lull ot Meileo a sUtjdajrs stay on the island ol Cuba including a visit to Itnrana Mutants the Valley of Ynmuri the Corel of IMIn Mar and other Inteiestlnic l ulnts under the ewortol the Amerenn Toarlst AwiHUtlon Hate from the points nutiuscet with be fI10600 for the round till whisk amount will iDiludo all eipeuHneTerjwhere Illnersrleii giving full inrtlculnrn of your looil Illinois Cen tral tkket agent returnMardi11IM J 1ur It eiennlon rates will w In 1Id- tn Sew 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B RUooicoocooosooooooorco J A RARE OPPORTUNITY GIVEN AWAY FR E E 7 RAU FMO U INDI N FET5 EIGHT IN NUMBER kto Multi Plltinum Print TWELVE IN NUMBER ADIlr an TAril Co1o OB BI roh UOnIID olon TWELVE IN NUMBER ofbeautifulthe Commercial Tribune Each series alternates with the oTter and in order to- Jct them complete svbscribe at oncc S5o a month or 125 for six months for the Sunday Commercial Tri bune PoTJcwant the entire series THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE CO OINGINMATI OHIO AMERICAN VEs MENTuCOMPANY 1 IncorporatedCAPITAL 25000 00 RESERVE SURPLUS 4 125XXJOOO AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 00 I AddnM aQ eocreapoodeace to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TEEM1 TO FIRST CLAW AGENT AREYOU DEAF I ANY HEADtNOISES ALL CASES DEAFNESS OR OVIARE WOW by our new invention Only those HEAD NOISES CEASE F A WSRMAN OP aIL T11101UL SAYBl BALTIUOKP Md March 30 tOOl Grnteiti Tlnns entirely carrd of uetimeM thank to yourlrcttncnt will now give yen 1aa full Ititlory of toy case to Lc tcd nl j our dihcrvlicn About eva veara ago my right Libcatt to sing Dad this kept on getting worse until S Sect lilY heurng itt thij ear I uuucnrcuia trcatnent 1 itdual for three months without snucccE cnnnnltcd a oem her of piyukhina ziuiivg dlIirr lIce tqot cmlnllt ear spccciIat d titiiCtty laid to uto- aly an operatlou could h me end even that that the ltcnd noise would It tlicn cease but thejicarlim 11I1Ie ftffcctnj ear roulj tw lixt forever I thou saw your alyrtl r8cnt In a 3esvtor1 r andtordercd trcct hatit After I jiati ucd It only a fciv dys aortlizitnour Lllr1 onl the voieecessed rd rollhutl JAlt Jo Prodwsj hialthnove old Our treatment ilooi net jntcrftra wttfayoqr usual occ n Ulon rs J tlfr I1c1YOUOAt CURE YOURSELF AT HOME M5S nl NATIONAL A RA rcLlNIC BSO LA SALLE AVE GHICftGD UL r i c T I I Tim Kind Yon Kayo Always Bought nncl which has been 4u use for over 30 years lias borno tho signature 01Ifill has been matlo iitulcr hIs per 8cl sontlsupcnlsIOIl slnco Its Allow no ono to deceive you In thisJit All Counterfeits Imitations and Justaspooil nro but Experiments tbat trlflo with and endanger tho health of i Infnuts and Children Experience against Experiments t What is CASTORSACns- toria Is n harmless substitute for Castor 011 Faro D gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contnllUJ neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic Substance Its n o is its guarantee It destroys Wornm anti allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures ConstipationI and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy nUll llaturallllcClhI 4The Childrens Paaacca Tho Mothers CEWUflJE CASTO tLWAYS of II a4cThe KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE etNTAUM IMPANV TT MUKHV racer NCWTOHK CITY iC W9jJ I FIELD SON= = TRANSFER LINEN 3C w C r tXA = ax I I 3CAvc= JU2 BARTPOBD Y A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED I ASTHMA CURE FREE Asthmalono Brings Instant Holief and Permanent uro in all Cases ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL VJtITi YOuR AJ1E AM ADIHtUSS 1LAIMV YEA2SI1 There is tothing like Asthmalene Ii bilngs Instant relief even in the worst cases It cures when all else falls The Rev C F Wells of Villa Ridge ilL says Your trial bottle of Asth nialene received in good condition I I cannot tell ou how thankful I feel for the good derived from it I was a slave chained ftih putrid sore tbioat and Asthma for ten years I despaired ol ver being cured I saw sour advertisement for the cure ol this dreadful 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 lullsize bottle Rov Dr Morris Wochsler Rabbi of the Cong Bnal Israel New York Jan 3 1901 Drs Talt Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene is n excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever nnd its composition alleviates all troubles which combine with Asthma Its success is astonishing Id wonderful After having it careful annl 7ed wecan state that Astbmalere contain s no opium morphine chI roform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS WECHSLER Avon Springs N Y Feb 4 1901 Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen I write t testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect ol yvir Asthm lene for the cure of Asthmi My wife has been afflicted with f Msmodlc asthma for the past 12 years Having exhausted my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign r upon your windows on 13 th street New York I at once obtained a bottle IIf Astbmalene My wife mmenced taking it about the first of Nomember I very soon noticed n radicalimprovement Alter using one bottle her Asth ma had disappeared and he is entirely free from all symptoms I feel that I can consistently reconwnd tbe 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 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried num erous remedies but the have all failed I ran across your advertisement 1and stdrted with a triV nttle I lound relief at once I have since pur I your fullsize bott and I am ever grateful I have family of four children and for six yea was unable to work I am now in the best ol health Bud am doing br tness every day This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit Home address 235 Rivlngton street j RAPHAEL 67 Bast 129th st New York City Trial Bottlo Sent Absolutely Froo on Receipt of Postal Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE Co 79 East laoth St N Y Cit- ySold by Druggists A BOON TO MANKINDzL DTAiLERS BUCKEYE qzJfJ PILE CUREl A Ntw Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERN t C PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURLS WHEFE ALL OTHERS HAVE TAILED TUOE3 BY MAI 75 CENTS BOTTLES so CENTS JAMES FBMn Sole Plo ridor 310 Korth Main Street ST LOUIS MP For Sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky aM o f eJ1c S et L 1 I Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 3 A TRUE GHOST STORY I Written fur TilL iUrr ucAX The hero of our story lives with Mr R a farmer in Southwestrn Kentucky One dark gloomly November evening Mr R went to a neighboring village leaving Mrs R with two small children to hold the fortThe home of the family was near af large swamp nearly a mile In widthf Night was fat approaching and yet ro pound oi footsteps announced this return of tun protector of the house O rkntss was drawing her dark man tie over the earth and the mother drew the children coss around her antI tried to quell their Sears though she could not dispel her own SI- lence reigned supreme There were thoughts of Indians robbets Rnd ghosts but nothing broke the awful siltncc save the occasional boot of atI owl in the forest near oy ButI all at ouce thefTithlbl watchful dog sprang from his bed barking as liar army of ghosts were on the war ra b- All eyes nere turned toward the win diiii And oh horrortl their worst fears seemed realized Through thc dim twilight tome hideous monster was seen approaching There was II rattle and then a bang and then a si lence But and unexplained silenc was no relief to the mother whowit the children quickly fld to the rest dence Qf Mr C the only near neigh bar He did not wait to hear half o her story but gathering upon old rasty firelock he marched boldly tc the scene ot danger to make war or the ghosts When he reached the deseitt home he found nothing unusuaI about the place except that the largt farm gate wasset upognlntt thermal gateway at the yard Down in th orchard under his favorite Ben Davi tree stcoJ Jim the mule eating ape pies as if thetc were no ghosts in forty miles ol him And since Jim was an eye witness to whole affair we will now relate hi side ol the story He had been al lowed to spend his leisure hours in i fine clover field adjoining the orcb aid Jim loved apples if any differ ence better than clover But how was he to indulge his natural fond ness for full He could look over the high slat fence that Intervened and see apples in abundance lie could jump over the fence too but THEUEWWAY- Common Sense for Womon Indlei BhouTd Itenil of the Lntett nod Molt Sue reerlul Importation from Franco All Woranntlml Slav ronxeoi Plight Ejtt Kal skin Strength and lood Health Konnja Dr IjillorJ the famoni French practitioner who ha devoted hit whole life to thl tndj ot women and hOB won the hlgbeit dl tlnttlon through hln wonJortoHjr iucceuful pro tire among the Brit la roll If of Tarln floyl t IIInul c Woman U a heroine the Doctor Bud her remarkable endurance nod ability to wltbitani the luoiit trying urdeal compete admiration She U n clave to the Natural Modesty of her MI which BU often mince her tu eudare the trreate trlulii nnil untffr In ullente rather than consul even her Futnlly Vhyi lcltin f nrlnff to expon hernrlt to neowMiry iuwtlohlnff and probabl exumlnatlun A LI9nulleeoRiililna thte fet curly In his practice Dl talluTd bun by yean of itoily nnil clo eappl catlou eiivolredan entirely Dew method of treat went for oil ailment jterullar to woman whltl hue met with unbounded snecnu and hie Ilruncl once managed by rVllled pbyslrlani under hi personal nuitervlilou are now located In everj large city of Europe fly bli superlcr methods each patient receive c advl1lallyIlorda reiuedlra are put up In the farm of small dainty wnfrrs they nreeally carried mind token at any time or place without attracting ntten tlon This Innnmi regularity In treatjnent U tibet Important tu a cure and generally possible with liquid remedl- vIliuld remedlM always contulnalarfce proper tlon of alcohol wblnky or other liquors to pre nerve them from spolllDK Dr Ijiliordn Wafer ore n dry medicine and are positively free Iron Intoxicants or narcotic drops of any kind MlPEIt lErI1OJ Dr lnllord nrwitwit nnemlhaii been nchUv v1 by the tie uf the CAltNlt WAFKII Thl Is not u Patent Medicine but a sclentlMc prep o ration of Vlbutnnru or CA1HIMA com moni knuwn as HUck llawberry and other well known hrrlw wliowruratlve priiertles bay been known to luibnlliitii fur ientnrlen Vlbur nun or CMIviNlV I tvcuKUlied end Mribed bi the leading physicians of the world a the beet known Hueelncfor trouble The extremely Weogreemibie tote of then drug ho liven uvercomeiiy skillful manipulation retululnn however nil of their vlrtnnt and strength and these si Jntii have Ixwn so combined and prepar eil on to form n dulnty water easily taken yel embodying the most accurate and certain cur fur Female 1 eaknensNfrvous Prostration Pain lul ami HnpitrrvHed Menses Irregularity I encor rhir or Whiten HteHllty Llnrdthm the Uterus Chunaviit tlfe In Matron or Maid Chronic IK chine Urinary trouble Nervous Debility Profasi Flow Tbrwitenetl MIscarrliiKe Palpitation ol the Heart Inlmt In the Left Side told Handi uml Fret llfiirlng Down Pains Backache Short nnui ol llrvith KculilhiK of Urine Serene llrenst Nvurnlgln ltertue lIspiaeementand those symptoum Hhlih make average wo muame life so uilnernble It make thUd birth easj and carte doctor Hills A VAMJAIIIE fKATUIliC- AIIOXIA VAFKltH have proven II to thousands of snltrrlDR women who baTe been made well strong und In a surprising abort time thin wonderful treatment They will not only cure the most obstinate case nt matter how long neglected but are also the only known remedy that canbe absolutely relied upon to prevent three monthly rvcnrrenceM of extremi 101 sutffrlng neixllessly endured Itomany of our women 1iiro fuel Iltfrcilvr- Drj Ijillords Wafers are purely vegetable containing no Injurious chemicals or drags and are positively guaranteed to care even the mom ueglecteil cases If Ulrvctlons are carefully follow rd and time medicine honestly token This valuable remedy llr lHllorilN Cnro iilnf Is now on sale In America by the Importing Ore of M 71111hohay contracted with Dr ul agency for the 1nlted State AConsnltatloi under the U ervbilon of Dr IM llord Is maintained and nHclal advice farnlshei absolutely ot charge to all who take the treatment ladles ordering IAIIONIA are In vlte l to write all about their particular cia In detail and ore assured the most sacred prlvac us to their correspondence as no testimonials or letters from ladlm jire ever published by us One box of CAHOSIA Wafera containing n months supply will be sent eecnrcly packed am address In the U S or Cunadaoi illreceiptolYllur ne eluding nit neuwsnrr medicine and our writi irnurantN Five no lara payable In udrunce This charge corers all exIeneee Including Ire ndvlcn and full directions There are noaddl tlonal thaw ot any kind thus placing tho treatment within the reecho all Addra Consultation Pept Tlie Xojle littler Ooniiinu Market und Slth Bta Phi ailtlpbla 1a 14lyr Iv 1 WI A WORTHY D ESSPZI Somothing Now utidor Tho Sun All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid gases inhalers and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes causing them to crack open and bleed The power ful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same mem banes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and cannot reach the disease ointmentsI experienced practitioner many years made a speciality ol the treatment of Catarrh tins at last perfected a treat went which when faitKully used not only relieves at once hut permanent IT cures Catah by removing the 4 use stopping the discharges and curing all inflammation It Is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the afflicted parts This wonderful remedy is known as Snuffles the Guaiantced Catarrh Cure and Is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar each package containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use T Snuffles is the only perfect Jl Cure ever made endir v recognized a the only sate and v ive cure for that annoying nnd dW tug disease It cures all inflamatii quickly and permanently and is BM wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Lever or Cold in the Head Catarrh when negltcv 1 often lends ti Consumption Snuffles wil save you it you use itit once It is no ordinary remedy hut a complete U treatment which is costively guaranteed to cure Catarrh In any firm or stage if need according to the direc tions which accompany each pack 1Ie Dont delay but send for it att once and v nte lull particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer ofI this wonderful remedy regarding yourcasa without cost to you eondtthe regular price of Snuffles the Guarantee Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar Address Dept I Ed twin B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia this would require fo much muscular exertion when strategy would work sas well He would jump a high rail fence into an adjacent field and gain entrance into the orchard through an opengateway This worked well for a time but on this eventful night he found this gateway closed And not wishing to disturb the family or wake Carlo he decided to try creep ing through the gate as two slats were oil about middle This he partly succeeded in doing But to his dismay tbe diagonal brace caught on his neck and be lilted it 1oHlyI from its binges And now with the heavy gate Planced across his neck Jim was in a dllema even for aroule He did not try to tremble Don Quixote and the wind mills but be was bearing such a bu den as few peo Irpie are willing to bedr But he decided to go ahead with the undertak lug And as be reached the small gateway at the yard he was met by Carlo with a bowwow which was an order to bait Jim obeyed orders and hasily back lug out oi his burden left the gate leaning against the small gateway at the yard It was Jim with the large gate suspended across his neck that gave him his ghost like appearance And when be cat til his burden it made the rattle an the bang that spread dismay amot g the inmates of the home And now bis burden was gone the little short was evacuated and troublesome Carlo was shut oil Jim had gained a Vomplete victory and was eating the fruits of it Many years have passed away but Jim still has a place at the old home stead He has neither lost his use fulness nor his fondness for fruit The children are now grown and doubtless have learned a good lesson IIIn perseverance They are found ol reading Tim REPUBLICAN and enjoy hearlngg their parents relate a true ghost story W B R He who rules mutt honor lull as much as he commands O STO ZABears the1O Kind YOU foriAwjrBM2ht Blgnitnro s IfZof Probably Not Have you seen Jessies latest photograph No III wonder lilt is a good likeness No Im nnreit Is not WhyBecause she is immensely pleasid 3fwltb ItII =AS10nrABears theIttkitS You Havi Altars Bought ItBlgut IfZQt How They Get the Idea What makes him think he is in society Why he has been permitted to purchase tickets for a swell charity entertainment I BO YEARSI TrtAoc MARKS Dcsians COPYRIGHTS Ac sending a sketch end decTlptInn wee quicki ascertain our opinion wbethsr an Invention Is pmbibiipitentable Ccmmnnl ln1I0nuirtet ronOdoDIIaI on Patents oldest uiiener for securing patents sycialeatkewllhoutcbreo Patent taken tbroueh rtfDreceive Scieniiflc Bncricati A bandeamJgllutrt4 woebIr Lert drI Alton of n eclontlflo J urnl Tarnit W a newedeelertiUNj THREE SCHOOLS IN ONE GREAT BUILDING UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATED UNDER THREE CHARTERS 2 f The Southern Normal School the great Independent Normal Training School of the South An able Faculty of Specialists line charge of the different Departments ntl thorough practical and comprehensive teaching is done rf f f l ftf X 2Jc ft rfff Teachers State Certificate State Diploma Preparatory Scientific Hlocution and Oratory Vocal anti Instrumental Music courses arc taught We most respectfully tnrlte all who ei to take a I q LwCouistoinehtiatetbeLaw BOWLINQ GREEN BUSINESjttLLEGE The leading niulncu Training School of the South Thousand The Nalltnal 1igraZrcomplete a course It will pay you to Investigate what we offer All the Ralirsidlo limE LuerussTypewritingre tiUr Law Penmanship Butloeu Practice etc gt Train Diepatcherand practical Railroad Man haa ehirge of the work T 9 theand J highest positions of S honor and trod present scholastic year THE GREAT INDEPENDENT NORMAL AND BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOLS OF THE SOUTH BarBE SURE TO MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE i Catalogues and Journals Free Address H H CHERRY aeneral Manager Bovlhtg Srn Ky I WItlE1 Q l1 It 01110 County Circuit Court WTOwen Joilge 1 JEllOIAttorney Owensboro T II Mark Jailer 8A Anderson Clerk Kowan Holbrook Matter Cow mUslomri 111 Ulfus Truste Jury Fncd R Stereos Sheriff ilsrttormt Deputy SherititI llocker T II Ilrnton J H Taylor W8 TlniUy 3ConrteonTec anfUouday la Starch and Anput and continues three weeks tad third Uonday In May sad Noremlier two nwks- Connty Court J t SillIer Jids 1IIlll1l1t aol Clerk 11 I llrarrln Attorney Hartford 1iCourt convene tint Uonday In each month Quarterly CoarlIItffrlns on the third Monday In April Jnly October antI January Cat of Claims Convene Sent Monilny In Jan nary Tamday niter mconj Monday Iq Octolier Other OuTcer tX Moxlry Surveyor Xhnsre II Itoyal Auwuor Fordielile ton ItoRrn School SnierlntrndMir Hnrttord LW Hunt Coroner 8alihnr tifnai- rustleeo Couxto 1111 Taylor Cromwell Mnreh 2 Jute lSef 7 December 7111 W A hone Centertown February It May It AUKOIt Norembcr4 Dot T A ETHM FordsTtllaMnrth I June elo1 C December L ISOi tl F iraTe 1oordIIIrth SI June W Sep tember IV December IS lash U S Fllihaxh DandeeMareh 8 June T Sto- ptenlreUmbtortlool JntnblllOW J Stewart Manila 311 lies nU 1rentUi Jerome AlleeJlmgot I 1eIon Ilnturd = llsriovio C nrleeo- M E Church SouthSerTlcM third Sunday In eaeli month at 11 am and 7r mllnd fourth Sunday ntT p m Irayer niVtliff trery Wednea day erenlng Her J C Petrle Iattor- llaptltt Chureh Serrlcea held necond Sunday In each month at II a m sad 7 p m Irayer meet Infferery Thunday ereiilia Hey II II Stone baa 1aMof C 1 Churth Service flnt Sunday In each month at II n m nnd7 p m Her J D liar- bfodItor Sehoul Trmteen llartfordJn IVMIlif J B Olenn W U llardwlck W II Manty Woodbury Tlnrley D n Thomas Town Truteelt T Colllni J1I Matting Shelby Taylor EW Ford A DWhlle Hartford cotCscietloe A O U W meets oecond and fourth Wedcea day night Knlrtti of Entity meets fecond and fourth Saturday night KaUhta ot Honor meets flnt and third Batnr night llarttord Lodge No era FI A Masons Sift Monday night In each month lloOBb Hirer LodcceXo HOKnlghUof Iythla meeta every Tuesday Dlgh- tIrulon MortonTott No 4 OA n hold reg nlar meetings Saturday before lint Sunday In each month All member of the respective lodge lire Invited attend nil nicotine I NEWTHROUGH LINE IBETWEEN EVANSVILLE A- NDCHICAGO A new through car line has been established fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central betwee Evansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and tire road from Evansville to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D E Ry The services is as follows NORTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Evansvile 73opm 730010 Ar Chicago 7oonm 700pm SOUTH BOUNDDaily Sun Lv Chicago 840pm Syoam Ar Evansville 805am 550P m Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chaii nrs on day trains Tickets of your local ticket agent fWORMSi a roece oeoaoeoeo IAAFORTUNE nfh 9MeEeoppertunity to get thousand of to the sttbcribera making the firt correct or neareat correct gueaa on the number of bales of e Cotton received in Memphis from September 1 1901 to and including 1902 the only provision being that each and every guess must be accompanied bjr 50 cents for a year a tubicrfption to I THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY BO IilERGIAL APPEALT- ho Croat Howe Farm and ramify Journal of lisa South 8 The first correct or nearest correct guess on tho number of bates of Cotton received In Memphis t from September i ipoi to April 15 1901 Will bo Awarded In cash as follow t If received In December If received In January If received In February If received In March I 5000 3500 2000i 1000cCI e plainer the proposition Is simply this If the correct or nearest correct icues Is received In 8 n 3September the fortunate guesser receive 1000000 In cash It not received until October the UU5Unlwill receJve 900000 If not until November 750000 It not until December 500000 If IoL 1 CLOSES ON MARCH 31 1902 ICONTEST he gone It to be on the niimberof bale of cot Imphl from September I IOl to Arril U official figures ot the Memphis Cotiosi s upon which the contest Is la be decided O In every one to figure closely enl entbto them f to make a close tuts the receipts In Memphis iwlweJa tba 2datulIonllon forlhe past six years are given below aretca receive Ia Messs kls cram 1 IHOi to April IS ICeS 83109- 4taaiieerrbaiereaKarwtI4 In Messpkls I rea Mept I to April 1am IITO- Yub rbl or u rveelvealsi frm HeM 1 lN99tAprIl dISPOt IIatXaMber of bAles r ttsi r UeMS rem Sept 1 lout April sa 1NI t 64355- 0Ienbr r fc les mf tloat rcevUrd I Mesarkls 1 I BMW 713053 YurI of IImI Menspkls Sept 1 laOs to April 1O IBOO 41110 Yuz rbaie ar tia I Meupht fr owp 1 lVOli ISPrtI 13 IHI 411111 No gnraai will be recorded whero postmark show letter v mailed Inter luau Tlarcli 31 nut under no elreumstanres wilt a ruess be recorded where letter U received at the Commercial Appeal ofiee later than ApnllS 1101 no matter what dateVil postmark SEND FOR A FREE SAMPLE COPY Make remittances payabla to and address TUB WEEKLY COMtlEHCIAU APIEAL Memphis rinDp DOO O O O OCOwO OO O 0 oeoeoeoeoeoeoI ANNOUNCEMENTIllinois Cub I Illinois rratrnl Excursion to Cabn will Ieve falrairn St IonU ilnrlnnatl and Ixialsrllle Jsninrjr m IW4 reachIng same points oa tbe return February 11 A delightful voyageaituatbetluitof Mexico a Utj lsjs stay oaths Island of fnbn Intlojlaa n visit to llarana Mittnntus the aI1ey of Yomurl tbe ares of hells Mar and other lntere lln 1utnt under the e tort of the AnerenaToorUt Asswlatlon Itatn from the points tnentbmcd will be tlUM for the round trip 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