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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii r yp f f TL32 r l THE HARTFORDi REPUBLICAN C 7 YIt Fine Job Work a SpecialtyICALORGAN OF TEE pun ItlTlFODETBCONmSSIONAlOISIRICI Subscription Ia Year iiw VOLX1VIHARTFORD= KY FRIDAY JANUARY 10 1902 JNo 251 Look head Girls If girls would took ahead it would ninetiinei lave them from serious collision with the men It II here that ignorance IalmOita crimetThe young husband cannot It when the wire chang ato a Ii nervous querulous woman And theayoung does not understand it She only kflows that she Ivery miserable If ever there is a time when nature needs it is when the drIba- dJuadng herself to the new condition Dr Ilerces IavoritePre acription makes weak women strong and replarity flammation ulceration Jdo CUIII female weakness Sick women are invited to cotuult Dr Pierce by letter frte All womanly proeuionalfee to Dr to V Pierce Buffalo NY youknow IVabottln of Ihc Patorite PfTKrlplloa a4 Goldrto Mnllcal J I hue no fmonthink Inert It no mtUldnc lite Dr Plemsi youbinso much rood bQKUIOesI lPlDVaaSKO X M L HEAVRIN Attorney at LawHARTFORD KY Wilt prMttr hU profcwloa U U tb eonruol Ohio and kdJnlBtm coantlM andCoirlolAppMU Bp rUl atUBtloa IUD to coUctloos ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAWIII RTIlIDI UT Will prattle hU tirofoMJon la nil Ih coirUof Ohlomanty 04 Coart of AI ltompt end urrfil roKldfrallon t un1 biiltmntrutrd to him un DTK UMo CoostT Dank JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW hARTFORD KYIattratlon rtrrti to toUntloti taaklia atMtwt4cC el4 Notary Public for 01010 tune 7 U8iMBurtJ lpublic qim 0E 8 UTHIATTORNEY ArLAWIIlagrEuRn U1 Will prattle tU prolwloi la all th fort ofI ThIa eel l rolAIpakI- lpodalUnU n to all blnCnlN4Io- la t earo Omcta CoAtt7olaclntOeItbOn- 4F L FELIX- AWORNEYAT LAW IIAHTIOKI KY- WbllprnclcIe th ronrta of Ohio conntyaad Coortot Prompt Miration aim to all bmlniw rntrniUtl to hU eels UOc la llrald k Udloc J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KT WIll pnrtlc Ma protmloa In Ohio aad adjola Ce ronntlr Fltl attratlon ritra to all bml SIM tntnuUd to bbs ear- S P ROD- YI1TTORNEYI1T LAW roRI NVIMK KEWTCtKT Win prnrllr hU profmnlon la all th tonrt of Ohio and ndolBlnKranntlM asdCoartot AppMli Special atuntlon RInD to collection C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTF03D KY WIll prnctk hI protbon la nil tho court of Ohio end adolnlng counties BpwUI atttntlon will be Ktraa to nil bnlnM tntwud to hla can Coltoctlou a ptdaltr E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prattle him profession In all tlla court ol Kratacky Mp clal attention KlTtn to =ettlDiQt of dwwdnta MtatMroad and criminal prattle OfflMUpttalraUrtffln block 3s R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSEllOR at LAWS UARTPORDKY- wIn taette ble profrulon la alt tb eoirtaot Ohio and adjoining roontui and th Court ol Ap Irotnpt attention glnn to all bnilntu ntrniUd to him OfflM In Ktroucm boltdlig oo RR WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD Kv Will pral hU profMilon In th toorU of Ohio aBdadJotuhweoonUn AUo Notary Public Southern Railway ThrpothEl lit fleet Southern SlalMo K KKHTUCKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North CAROLINAQEOR CIA and MISSISSIPPI II 1419 HllM Three Dalfr Train netweca Loaf Till and Iieilngton ObservatIon Chair Can Tratni leave and arrlr LonliTlllfrom8eTnth StrMt Union conn tlan with train of the yiUoti Central Itallroad and L II A St L B B YorlsformattoItaddreA til 4th Ave LontiTlile VM7rVTATLOt Aulttaat O PA LoaliTllle WulllDatoaATllf DROPSY YICYW 111 BnaaAlat Kar e nd saaar Uoaeaad ouI 4 Sa 17 =rnitwwmH I I uaN lea L Iaa Sig NICKNAMES jof Old Ben Hardins Penchant for Bestowing Them I Gov WIckHff Dubbed BIt Digni ty and Judge Rowan the Old MonarchI No wan bad a greater fancy for beI rtowlnji nnmtB or titles which In his mind harmonlzedlxttcr with Individ than their lawful ppeflAtonn hau that famous lawyer Ben undlnlOne man who fnquently bout Mr Ilatdlns home r though lamlllar with his name Mr Hardin persisted in calling him Noble because he reminded him ol an eaily fiiend ol that name Anoth er Individual he habitually called Bpbrlam Smooth for suggestive reaspna lila oldtime friend Ben bhapcze the record of whose Gallic lineage was plain to be read ju his dark features black eyes and raven hair he called the Black Prince His kinsman Robert Wicklifl of Lex ington a man of austere comtlinesA helubbed The Duke Ills earlyl Judge Rowan with his rame surmounted by a leonine head with deep mellow voice and splendid presence he called The Old Mon arch A certain judge was only known to Mr Hatdln as Pontius Pilate His penchant lor this kind of invention was turned against him on one occasion by Gov Pope when they were anti Jackson candidates for Congress against eAch other Thetobject oi each was to win the avor the fackson men as the votes of the latter although greatly In the minor- Ity in the district might serve to elect On the occasion of a debate attMt Washington Pope referred to respect for Gen Jackson and to the contemptuous ridicule with which Mr Hnrdln Invariably treated thetild hero In always derisively calling him King Jackson1 The charge of Pope was entirely accurate but it so lAP pened that the Democrats oi that die trict bad not heard Hardin deal with his easjesty Yes said Mr Hardin in reply with an audacity not quite candfd I do call him King Jackson and the American citizen who can meet the hereof New Orleans with his clear blue yes and tall manly form and not feel that hela in the presence of the equal of any King that ever set- on a throne Is unworthy to live in a free country It may be observed that King Jackson men In that re glon voted lor Mr Hardin with greet unanimity in the following election In his Orsly speech in 1847 he de risively and persistently called Gov Owaly The Distinguished Whig When Mr Mitchell his assistant in the Secretary ol Slates office toot the Governors sld lnthe controver sy between the latter dubbed him Duke of Buckingham and habit ually referred to him as bis grace the Duke In the Constitutional Convention he threw Mr Guthrle Into a towering rage by a speech in the course 01 which be called Mr Guthrie who was a man of large physical proportion Goliath of Gath Charles A Wlckjifl a man of courtly manners and drees was either my cousin Charles or If In a less respectful mood big Dignity Mr Haidin bad an oermagterlug habit of talking to lmselfn habit which became more confirm with Increasing years In the court house on the street riding horseback especially whenever alone or In mo tion the struggling thoughts of hit busy brain found utterance in subdued mutt rlngs accompanied by gesticu istlonSIn a will case where he was assails ing the capacity of the testator one C PO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to the wonderful made ny Li SwampRoot kidney liver remedy tha great ned of the nine century dis after ol research b Kilmer the eml kidney and blad specialist and Is wonderfully promptly curing lame back kidney urlo trou bles and Brljhts which Is the worst form ol kidney Dr not yet= ommendedlor Thecures If you have kid ney liver or It will be round Just the remedy you It has been tested In so many ways work In prival practice among too poor to pa chase and so successful In case that a arrangement has been made by of this paper who have notalrea It may have a sampje bottle sent mall also a book telling more and how to find out If you have or bladder trouble v When writing this generous offer In this paper send your address Dr Kilmer hamton N Y years about e i regular flfy cent and flooue spno- I dollar sizes arc sold byali good druggists the evidences of mental aberration was the dead mans habit of eollkquy on which he laid great stress The late Governor Helm for the other side replied II talking to ones Nell beI evidence of insanity what must think of the learned gentleman who I has jut addressed you I call your attention to him now as a complete refutation ot his own argument I Meantime Mr Hatdln had been pac ng back and forth outside the bar arguing the case I o himself in an undertone and indulging in vehement gesticulation Once be was walking the ntrtets of Eatdstown muttering to hlmttll and gesticulating unconscious ot snr ronndlnlI One ot those imperil went but wellmennfiiK lellows win rush In where angels fear to tread stopped him Mr Hatdln said the man people say1 that joaare losing your mind and It seems to me to be true1 Mr Hardin glared at him a few seconds as though medi tating means or mode ot destiutlon The people say that I am losing my mind do they Yes responded the maladroit less confidently Do you know sir what people say 01 you lie No Well HI tell you sir all agree that you are a ddi- ttle tool Saying which Hardin passed onEx- Minutes of the Ohio County Teachers Association The Association met at Seminary Hall Beaver Dam on Saturday December 21 Mr Rogers being ab sent Mr cn Smith was elected chairman The first subject Is a firstclass cer- ificate the highest aim ol the teacher was ably discussed by Mr U I Paz tonProf Bainea made an interesting alk on change ol text books He ceveial changes should be madeMiss Dora Gibson was given the subject Cultivating the social side ol school life The discussion was con tinued by Profs Shultz Barnard and WtlbornThe of the afternoon was spent in the discussion of the chat ne suggested by the Southern Sch ol Journal end their effect Several teachers expressed them selves in favor of a change in the trustee system Mr O W Likens opposes obliterttlng the thirddata certificate Mr Ozno Shultz lavors extending the scholl term to seven months provided we have a compul sory educational law Owing to the Inclemency oi the weather very few teacher were present but all were interested in the sub jects and felt that the day wa profitably spent Miss LEa CIIINN Stcy Can Vitneer Blood 1olaon Entlug Morn Ulecra toila Molbliiar lo Try Blood poison or deadly cancer are the worst and most deep seated blood diseases on earth yet the easl ett to cure when Botanic Blood Balm Is used If you have blood poison producing ulcers bone pains pimples mucous patches falling hair Itching skin nctofula old rheuma tism or offensive lorm of catarrh t scabs and scales deadly cancereating1 breeding festering sores swellings lumps persistent watt or sore take Botanic Blood Balm B B B It will cure even the worst cast alter every thing else fails Botanic Blooi Balm B B B drains the poison out of the system and the blcol then every fore heals making the blood pure and rich and building up the broken down body B B B thoroughly tested for years Sold at drug stores t per large bottle A trial treatment sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given until cured Botanic Blood Balm does not contain mineral poisons or mercury as so many advertised reme dies do but is composed of Pure Bot anic Ingredients Over 2 000 testi monials of cure by taking B B B u The Spirit of Winter The Spirit ol Winter is with us making Its presence known in many differenwayasometImes by cheery sunshine and glistening sroxs nod sometimes by driving winds and blinding Atoms To many people it seems to take a delight in making bad things worse for rheumatism twists harder twinges sharper ca tarrh becomes more annoying and the many symptoms of ccrolula are developed and aggravated There I Snot much poetry in this but there is truth and it is a wonder that mon people dont get rid ol these aliments Tfie medicine that cures them Hoods Sarsaparilla Is easily obtain ed and there Is abundand moilthnt Its cures are radical and permanent rTrya Few Flowers How many 01 us wish lor and re solve to have flowers and ornamtnta shrubs and vines during their of beauty from spring until autumn and then forget about It when tin comes to plant says a writer in the I Bpitom lat There is hardly a fbwt Cr or shrub that will not root or trans plant easily at the proper season rid the acqulstlon will cost little time o a SS money A wisteria or climbing rose that covers a porch with a magnifi cent wealth of bit om cannot be had at the moment ol any price but a ahoy elful of soil upon burled branch will provide a plant for another season Most of us are fond of flowers and tuost of us have ynids that are sadly i in need ot theft gracefulness And needp Let us keep a watchful eye upon various kinds as they bloom and yet member those we like best and when the time comes and we are able proa vide them for ourselves and our gar dens A Wife ComplainteOn yea think says a that husband should devote all his time under the evening lamp first too his newspaper and next to his nap John gets home about 6 oclock fromd his days work He is tired Ilnever expect him to talk at the sup per table One must have patienceh with a hungry man I tawhie set an appetizing meal ready thep childrens faces and bands and the whole house keyed up to a welcome to papa After supper thec children who are little soon to bed I wash the dishes and arrangeJJ things for tomorrows breakfast As b I am busy all day have few acquaint alIces sod no relatives in town and am the mother ol three babies doing also all my work I am rlndy to resthIn the evening and I want to talkvBy the time I can sit down deep in his paper and refuses to be disturbed he says the evening Is the only time he has to read and he mnst know what Is going on When best last folds it up and lays it on the ta ble I brighten with expectation but no my lord is now sleepy audabthing abominate in a manhe himself at full length on the divanb and in haifa minute is sound In five minutes he is snoring When bedtime finally arrives I have toII shake him and say John John its ro oclock wake up and close the 1beveledthe dQors and windows I ama die couroged and disgustdothn Have I mt just cauce forcpnjipjaint It Steins to me that this lady is not c receiving her due modicum ofrespect and consideiation from her good man Itberdrowsed through the evenings Jbe spent In her company She is asdworthy of attention now as she was then and she has a larger claim upon Johns chivalry for now she is altocgether his Should anyone tell that he does not love his wliethat hes indifferent to the mother of his chilrthen he would put in an amazed claimer but his kind love Is very selfish and is not warranted to wear Why should not John real aloud and let Annie know what is happen ing in the wold as well as himself Why should he sleep on her divan when she dislikes it and wishes cheer ful conversation Wby should he treat his wile with scant politeness when to other women he is a model of good manner Will not John take a hint and do bettet Christian Her ald All who use Atomizeis la tiesttnc nasal catarrh will get the best result front Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including spraying tube 75 eta Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St N V New Orleans Sept i 1903 Messrs Ely Bros I told two bot ties of your Liquid Cream Balm to a customer Win L mberton 1415 De lachalse St New Orleans he has used the two bottles giving him won derful and most satisfactory results Geo W McDuB Pharmacist Pointed Paragraphs Uniform goodness is heavens only livery Many a selfmade man has been unmade by a tailormade woman 1Tbe average man finds It much easier to pay compliments than debts The depth of beauty depends upon the thickness of the paint The first six monts of matrimony is noveltythe rest of it Is habit Women laugh oftener from a sense ol duty than from a sense of humor A girls idea of a swell hat is one a man cant tell from a lampshade Try to be romebody unless you are satisfied lo be classed as an also ran InMexd of cccupring n place on the tahie the turkey gobler sits in a chair Unless a man has rubbed npagalnst accomIItound to get there but sometimes B i pull helps along wonderfully Adorn had his faults but be called Eves attention to the superior biscuits his mother manufactured I t1giltandInlUen have to make the trip to head quarters ChIC IO News In Harrisburg Penn policemen are required to escort drunken men It their homes instead of to the station The wives then paw upo- ii their caes instead of the police judge a TURNED TO STONEk Some Facts in Relation to Alleged Petrification of the Hu isman BodysI Every year or oltener there is a new men woman or child Tben nearest genuine thing to such a crea inion is the cast of a man made by the eruption at Pompel eighteen centuries p gjt The Cardiff giant was discovered n a farm at the village of GardifiH near Syracuse N Y In intervewed by Mark Twain andat ven Emu non and Holmes wrote ar ides about it Prof 0 W Marlbn patentolopMt at Yale was the fitet w n to exji se its fraudulent character n even after his publication of its- efects er as human remains there was i- ong discussion ol its genuinenessl epup naturally by men eld the exhibition rights Aftera hile the Stone man com letely out ol public sight havingti list been beard from a good many rs ago as being held at the Mcxih an border for unpaid duties on orted statuaryhThe expose Ptof Marsh were based on the facththtt the giant was made of gypsum abmaterial easy to carve and soluble rwater As the giant was supposed tobive been found in a region that was S ery moist Prof Marshs suspicions I were first aroused because he could not account for the fine polish on the skln of the glalt nor could beac count for the preservation of the su perregular pin points representing m pores ol the same skin A carefulj showed tbeseto u made with a machine much like I stippling machine so much used y illustrators nowcJThen a reverened gentlemen by the I ame ot MacWborter took up the cause of the giant in this way it might have been called the Gianta ca seway arguing that Itwat a boenician god left here long before and thitas the giants people got onto thistthey carved some supposedly lan characters under the arms ofttheir charge and the matter got hecLence journals through the enIthuslasin of MacWborter waitenf 1beenHe fs not the only specimen of his t lass howevever as the records oUbeI government bureau ethnology sl10wIi finds of alleged human pet- ificationa Only aweek ago a petri fiedbead came from New Jersey On examination it proved to be a lime stone boulder that ceitalnly bore a striking resemblance to a humtn bead but the tests applied at the bu reau soon put to flight all idea of ItlI belonging to prehistoric man Sever al years ago there was heralded 110mI the Western land of wonders a ladyC with a marble heart and a glassyeyel in all their literalnees debut was waited with Interest by tbeI government savants who got so engrossed Jn the po8allUltiesj of the lady that she was familiarly re erred to as Mrs Stone When sbeJ arrived at Washington her exhibl tors who wantW expert testimony of the genuineness of their property welcomed a post mortem examination The ethnologists who conducted theI inquest took their Instruments to tbeI operating room and found that tbeI ladys case was a peculiar one She would have been a remarkably fine woman Indeed II she had lived but an Incision In her footor rather a rockdrilling revealed the fact that her sheleton had been turned in theI hardening process to ordinary CasI pipe It was only a few months later that another lady whose cuticle bal fled the scientists prove moat conclu lively that beauty Is only skin deepI when a oring revealed the fact that her Innards had been changed by the forces of nature to Portland ceo mentThere have been Innumerable other fakes of the soit among them tome mummifications made of glue and eaten fiber This was the composi tion of a great Arizona giant that the Smithsonian Institute once thought ol buying Somewhere In California there is said to be a factory that turns out purifications whole sale men women and children These wares are subsequently discov ered In different localities and begin to make money for their exhibitors until each particular fraud is fully ex I posed What the rea origin of the Cardiff giant was no one seems to know He is not the real thing rbut be Is an interesting old colger and in view 01 his mattled career may be worth the pries ol admission She Died for Love You must not go to him It was the doctor who spoke You have a pulmatory affliction You must spend dlIJNo no cio not go begged MrsI t dempsonnearestill you dear and besides he Is not wotthy of such devotion He is in ly jail because he richly deserves tobe there and you have no right to take art ot his punishment on your shoulders Mrs Kempson was silent for a mo When she looked up the tears were rolling down her white face but her eyes shone the light of a great c urposeSIn spite of everything she said a low voice he is my husband e has done no wropg I love him in nd I will go where a wife should goo stand by her husbands side ro Is atter where he is or what the orld says of him St George Kempson was a prlt on in the county jail at New Brunswick NJ He was sen here charge d with contempt oi court for not baytug obeyed an injunction him to go to Dakota end secure an anulmentof a decree of obtained in hatStatelaIly separating Mr Kempson fromI is first wile After the decreehe ad married again His first wife ad secured an injunction prohibit nghis marrying the second time but disobeyed It He refused logo ack to Dakota and have the decree court annulled because of the tenlD le In which It would ills becondjalliaThen It was that Mrs Kemppon refused to let prison bars come between herself and the man she had arriedhail spending hours with her bull band in the prison cell Kempson was finally released but the damp ell had done Its work Mrs Kemp son Is dying of consumption Ex Some time ago my daughter caught a severe cold She complain a ed ofpalns in her chest and had a bad cough I gave her Chamberlains Cough Remedy according to direc and in two days she was wen nd able to go to school I have used It his remedy in my family for the pastt even years and have never known It o fail says James Prendergast merchant ol Annato Bay Jamaica West Islands The pains In the chest Indicate an approaching attack of jmenraonla which In this Instance was undoubtedly warded offby Chums berlalns Cough Remedy It coun any tendency of a coldtoward pneumonia For sale by aU drugp iete mtp nABritbe H rt BeaW 87ctoa Rev Irl R Hicks Is Not Dead Notwithstanding a widely current umor that the Rev Irl R Htckajwas dead he never was In better health never did a harder and more sue cessful years work than that Ut closing He has just completed his arge and splendid Almanac for 1902 ncl with his staff of able helpers has brought his journal Word and Works r ustly forward Into International Dep utation For a quarter of a century Hicks has grown in reputation and usefulness as the peoples astron omer and forecaster of storms and the character ol coming seasons Never were his weather forecasts so sought after as 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 hla ad vice to plant crops that would mature early The American people will cer talnly stand by Proi Hicks when it costs them so little and the benefits so great His fine Almanac of 200 pages is only 25c and his splendid family journal is only one dollar- a year including the Almanac Send Word and Works Pub Co 2201I Locust St St Louis Mo OAxORlA1Iean the Alwis SeIghtI 8Iptut thectli CLEAKH1NG THE CATARRIIAlIID llEIlIOCOBE rOB CATARRHI 1ELYS CREAM BALM EBJJ ajd lo4oDt to DM Contttll no In furious drug qulektl absorbed UlrM atone It opens and QanSe the Nas- alPuaa Allay buSs ji nation Htau sea 1roUcU the COLD N HEADI Membrane Restore the Seas or I Hfflell bergs Jr 0 cealo at Drysji ort 7 I malt Trtl she to realo mall KUY imOTllElWM Win nBtr l NFYork I Nagging Before Guestsj- i Vising about as I do everyisum mer remarked a popular woman I cannot help being struck by certain faults of manner andI might almost say breeding which are common among the Dices people who would be the first to detect and criticise such solecisms in others One hadlt is talking with each otbek to make conversation at the stead oi to the guest This Is very common although one would not think U possible and the peo le who J- t j I 1 o it would be greatly astonished If they referred to them It is general 1 done with tbe Idea ol amusing the visitor no doubt but it Is always an noying Another habit and this la much worse is faultfinding on the part of the mistress or master of the house People should make It a rule never toC blame a child or a servant or criti isc each others actions before a guest A third person is always made uncomfortable by it and feels almost as If he himself were included the reprimand But what is called nagging between husband and wife the worst ol all BXIPersonality of GOy Shaw the NewSecretary TreasuryJHe Is an earnest He is opposed to dnndng He never drinks liquor or tasted He belongs to no secret societies He is both lawyer and banker He leaped from obscurity Into po- iticul prominence by replying to a ree silver speech by W J Bryan He Is fiftyfour very bale and vig orous He was born in a log cabin in Ver montand spent his boyhood on a 11 Vermont farm He earned with his own labor the that put him through college He says his success In life is due to- ardwork He always got to his law ffice at 7 so m sari stayed there until 10 p m He was superintendent of two SunTday schools lor twenty years Ihairclose crppped sidewhiskers He looks in dress like a Methodist ministerHe at a Methodist con ference in Chicago last year I am an organization politician A machine politician is not as great a nuisance as fool reformer psRemarkable Cure of CroupIA LttU nor i Llf I have a few words to say regard- Ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy saved my little boys life and I feel hat I cannot praise It enough I bought a bottle oflt from A E Steere Goodwin S D and when I got home with It the poor baby could hardly breath I gave the medIcin- es directed every ten minutes uutllJ he threw up and then I thought ure he was going to choke to death We had to pull the phlegm out ot his mouth In great long strings I am- osittvetbat If I had not got that bot Ie ol cough medicine my boy would ot be on eattlstodayJoel Demont IIgistr Odd Detectives In Newcastle England profession al shoppers are employed by a cereI tain large firm ol drapers to teat the ability of shopassistants This firm owns over thirty large shops and em a ploys nearly Iooo assistants To find out whether every customer is politely served a nutaber of lady CUII tomers are employed to call at the va iou shops They are told to give as much trouble as possible and sometimes to leave without making a purchase after looking at nearly every thing In the shop Ifs man wants to kiss a girl thats his business Ira girl vont kiss atman thats her business II youI want to get married thats your iness But ifyou want first class job work thats our bUllneuIThe only reason some people dont itheoppoltuuUylaJacklalrw A Curo for Lurrjbago Wo C Williamson olAmherstVad says For more than a year I suf fered fiora lumbago I finally tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and It gave entire relief which all other reme had failed to do Sold bya1I druggist m They talk about a womans sphere As though it had a limit Theres not a place in earth or heaven Theres not a task of mankind givenI Theres not a blessing ora woe Theres not a whisper yes or nq Theres not alIfe or death or birth I That haS a feathers Weight or orthI Without a woman In It An agriculture excliange f ays these are had times 1 Wfi le our timber rot and bnyIcncng Wethrpw away ashesand ljuy soap We raie dogs and buy hogs We raise buy vegetables and weedsaudI catch fish with a4rod schoolhonsea Jind send our be educated away from home And lastly we send pur boysfuutwlth a 40 gua and a fto dog to huntte = cen game Notice to Subscribers I Kindly notice the labelon your paper and if your timeL has expired please your renewal Remember takes money to run a nowspa per May we hear from you r I I 13EN M Up In an attic coldanddreart Two little nrpbnslaYfShivering through the long dark hours tWaiting for the coming dayI ne a boy ten years oldIThe other ft lot of four Together the lay on a pallet of straw Down on the bare hard Hoar j One old quilt to coverwithi Some shavings beneath their head They had thought in summer time This was H glorious bed BntIonlght the storm kingheld the earth l Past in his frcz n grasp i whittled through every crevice and crol n As he went hurrying past Ise so cold 1iJe bout to reezij Poor little Davy said i JI Bnny hugged him tight la Jilarms And kissed hiscnrly head i i i I wish we bed a great bigbottflt And a mother like other boys Nice warm clothes and plenty to eat And picture books and toyaq do too little Davy said Ise almost frczed to def My teei knocks togedder laITrot hardly get my brel 11 Benny pulled oil his ragge4at And wrapped it around bis brother And said Why Dave its rio tcold Cause Im abodt to smother i he night sped on an icy death Crep oer the coatless child lls arms around his brother throws And on his face was a smileJ i c As 11 he saw the qeckonlnghaii veniWaiting her uboyWho for Davy his life hadglven Tjm- mieCASTORIA Pot Infants and Cblldrea The Kind You aYSAlwaJ Bwglit Bears the- Signature of THE HOME COLD CURE V Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Curpd Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Pod HapitItthat Drunkness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison nd nerves completely shattered by periodical or constant use ot intox requires an antidote capable ol neutralizing and eradicat- Ing this poison and destroying the a craving for intozatants Snfierers now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home perfectedftertreatment of inebriates Tile faiths ful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the moatobstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation ol thousands ofDrunk vuprlgbtWives cure your hUsbaqds I f Chit then cure your fathers This rem ed v Is In no KCOSC a Bostram but U a specific for this disease only and is preparedhatpleasant to the taste so thatlt can be given In a cup of tea or cofisc without tbe knowledge of the person tak ug It Thousands drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have bees ured and made temperate men by having the Cure administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffeeor tea aad today that discontinuedu f f of their own free will Do I not wait Do not be deluded by ap i parent and leading Improvement 5s Drive out the disease at once and lor Jan time The The Home Gold I Cure is sold at the extremely low r price of One Dollar thus within reach oi everybody phtclngtment more effectual than Jing 26 to 50 Pull directions ac company each package Special ad I vice by skilled physicians when requested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world oa receipt ol one dollar Address Dept t Edwin B Giles 2330 PhiladelphiaAllia- iSOUTHERNRRICO St LonULooltTiU UnjPassenger South Carolina Interstate and West India Exposition The above Exposition one ol the greatest ever held in the South will opim December 1st 1931 and contln ac until June let 292 Very at tractive rates have ben arranged from all points to Charleston end the schedules via the Southern Railway with Its own rails end entire distance fare I particular convenient and any Agent of that line will give allla formation upon application a pf t 4r It Il I ftff ro J1I II 1 It rPLPLTHE HREPUBLICXN tijcf i I IFineoiWork a SpecialtySubscription 1 ayear IIVOL xIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 10 1902 No 25 I LookAhead Girls It young girls would look ahead It would totuetiinei save them from icrioui collUIon with the men It it here that Ignorance IIalmOit a crime The young hutband cannot undentand- It when the wife chng ato a h nervous querulous woman And the young does not understand it her She only kcowtthat she Iaer7ciberaole 11 ever there lIa time when nature needi Ill when the Is- idjuating herself to the new condition of wifehOod Dr Ilercea Favorite Pre criptlon makes weak women strong and L women well It pronotcarrgu dries debilitating heali in A flammati n and ulceratlon ami curu female weakness P re Sick women ore invited to consult Dr s a Pierce by letter fret AU womanly r profculonlJ iii fee to Dr t V Werce Buffalo NY 1 IwIt1dropouattwIInrto4ay told you It t am n ao u Ulu I iYthltbotlltn Medical Worerr I hare DObetJacbe IIlIf100ftthInk then Ii on mt1cln like Dr 11 youbneeo Dr Pierctt Pleasant Pellets cure bil IcuaacM and tick headache PDDiwT1iiM Attorney at LawHARTFORD KY WUlpntctlmhla protMaloa la aU tbe rout ol Ohio aid adoliliirro UM 4CoirtolAppeala BpeeUl attention glten to coHectloaa ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW IIRTIOItDI liT Will rrattlwbl irot MJon IB all Ibe cootOklo roanty Court ul AmweJa Iromptind carrfil eoaditeratlon irtten bi IHMw tr Jted lo bin Offlc uTrr Ohio Cooatf link JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW il HABTFOKD KY ITS to oUtiOmbja- tabttaaraIU0tM1 lblle for Ohio u- ooecorthIjpubIIcqarLT y t 0E SMITH F ATTORNEY AT LAW ItanrEoRn liT 4 Will prattle kUprornwIoa In lithe eonrtaof Ofela aa l dolalait Court AIcwk Hperlal attention Kirn to Ml I to rot Offlw In Co Atfje oOc la eoirthoiM P L FELIX ATTORNEY AT IJAW IIAHTtOKII KY Will prartkola thi eonrta at Ohio eoaty alld Coartuf Prompt ntteatloa gin to all butDl antnuud to bla coca Ufflc la HeraU kitldliav J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KT Wlj pmetlc his nrolmloa In Ohio aid ndJoU ceoantb K FitlO to all bnal Ma eatrmUd to kla eMS S PROBY- 4T2ORXEY AT LA W- rmU HVIMK KENTUCKY Will praHIm kla prolnwlon In nil the eonrta of Ohio nod roantlM undCcartol Appeals Bpeetal attention irlrvn to collections CMBARNETTIY HARTFORD KY Will prutfee hia pfo sOIl la all the rout ol Oklo aid adjoining eonntlea 8perial attention will b ittva to all bnalneu tnfcMUd to kla car CollKtlona a apeclaltf E P NEAL Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY tlpractfrekla profaulon In all tho court ot attention rtreo to eolUctloM ttlrmentnt deeedenta eautearoad car aod criminal prattles Office upstairs Uriffla block JS R WEDDING e ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at UW HARTFORD KY Will actlrhla prolnalon In oil Ibo court of Ohio and adjoining eonntl and thu Court of Ap Prompt attention given to all bnaluea ntrncUd to him Offlon In Ktrcaucix bnlldlar RR WEDDING Attorney at Law f HARTFORD KY Will prfebla prbleealon In theconrta ot Oblo sad oitfointUgcoouUei Also Notaw Inbllc Southern Railway Tlmjoth El lit Dnt Sontberij BUt- aaKEHTUGKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North OAROLINAOEOR GIA and MISSISSIPPI Ui- a 141 UllM The Dally Train Between Louts Till and I xlDirton Obryotlon Chslr Can Trains tear and arrircLouliTlllfron8 Tntli trst Union Depot connection with train of tho If11a11I Ceotral 1taflroadadZa1l I St L B B n rprl atormatloi addrs a A WiicoK P 4 T A HI 4th An LonlsTUle WuTTiTto Assistant 01 A LoalSTlll lfIrlwhJoltoAT 5 ra 4 DROPSY cv wt ntIIN- IB4ts May arM- Aa7 boaM SM eaIIM 5op Sa IM 14- LiI = aan- aL I 1 NICKNAMES Old Ben Hardins Penchant for Bestowing Them Gov Wickliff Dubbed Big Dignl ty and Judge Rowan the Old Monarch No wan had a greater fancy for be llowlnjf mimes or titles which in his mind hairooDizedbetter with individ uals than their lawful appellations than that famous lawyer Ben Hittdin One man who tnquently did work about Mr Hatdlns home place al though tamlllar with his name Mr Hardln persisted in calling him I Noble because he reminded him oi an eaily friend ol that name Another individual he habitually called Bphrlam Smooth for suggestive reasons Hit oldtime ftiend Ben Chsptze the record of whose Gallic lineage was plain to be read In his dark features black eyes and raven hair he called the Black Prince Ills kinsman Robert Wick liB of Lex ington a man of austere courtliness he dubbed The Duke His early rival Judge Rowan with his large frame surmounted by a leonine head with deep mellow voice and splemMd presence he called The Old Mon arch A certain judge was only known to Mr Hardin at Pontius Pilate His penchant lor this kind of Invention was turned against him on one occasion by Gov Pope when theywere anti Jackson candidates for Congress against each other The object ol each was to win the favor of the lackson men as the votes of the laUer although greatly in the minor ity In the district might serve to elect On the occasion of a debate at Mt Washington Pope referred to his respect for Gen Jackson and to the contemptuous ridicule with which Mr Hurdln Invariably treated theOld hero In always derisively calling him KinK Jackson The charge of Pope was entirely accurate but it so hap pened that the Democrats of that district had not heard Hardln deal with his sa jesty Yes Mid Mr Hardin in reply with an audacity ng quite candfd I do call him King Jackson and the American citizen who can meet the hereof New Orleans with his dear blue yes and tall manly form and not eel tbAtheia in the presence of the equal of any King that ever set on a throne is unworthy to live in a free country It may be observed that King Jackson men In that re glon voted lor Mr Hardln with great qnanimlty In the following election In his O vely speech In 1847 he de risively and persistently called Gov Owsly The Distinguished Whig When Mr Mitchell his assistant InI the Secretary ol Slates office took the Jovernora sidc1n the controver sy between the latter dubbed him Duke of Buckingham and habit ually referred to him as his grace the Duke In the Constitutional Convention he threw Mr Guthrle into a towering rage by a speech in the course ot which he called Mr Guthrie who was a man of large physical proportion Goliath of Oath Charles A Wlckjifie a man of courtly manners and drees was either my cousin Charles or If In a less respectful mood big Dignity Mr Hardln had an overmastering habit of talking to lmselfa habit which became more confirm with Increasing years In the court house on the street riding horseback especially whenever alone or In mOo tion the struggling thoughts of his busy brain found utterance in subdued muttering accompanied by gesticu lation lu a will case where he was assail lug the capacity of the testator one DO YOU ET IIP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to knovof the wonderful cures by Dr Kilmers the great kidney liver cat of the nine teenth century dis covered after years of nent kidney and blad der specialist and Is wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric trou bles and Bright Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr recommended for If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found lust the remedy you need 1 1 has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sampje bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading thia generous offer In this paper and I BlneIhmlon made SwampRoot remedyItJs brDr SwampRootltsnot rythlngbut wMchalireaders SvampRoot regular fifty cent and HMM imapB doUu sIzes are sold byall good dtuggjaU At L iof the evidences of mental aberration was the dead mans habit of solik quy on which he laid great stress The late Governor Helm for the other side replied II talking to ones sell beI evidence of insanity what must I think of the learned gentleman who I has Jut addressed you I call your attention to him now as a complete refutation ot his own argument I Meantime Mr Hardln had been pacing I I back and forth outside the bar still arguing the case to himself in an undertone and indulging in vehement gesticulation Once he was walking the ntrtets of Bardstown muttering to himself and I gesticulating unconscious ot stir rounding One of those imperil ment bnt wellmeaniht fellows wi o rush in where angels fear to tread stopped hIm Mr Hardin said the man people say that joaare losing your mind and it seems to me U be true1 Mr Hardin glared at him a few seconds as though medi tating means or mode ot destitution The people say that I am losing my mind do they Yes responded the maladroit less confidently Do you know sir what people say 01 you Ilrl No Well Ill tell you sir They all agree that you are a ddl- ittle fool Saying which Hardin psasedonEx Minutes of the Ohio County Teachers Association The Association met at Seminary Hall Beaver Dam on Saturday De cemberai Mr Rogers being ab sent Mr C E Smith was elected chairmanThe subject is a firstclass cer= tificate the highest aim oi the teacher was ably discussed by Mr U I Fax tonProf Barnes wade an interesting talk on change of text books He thinks eeveial changes should be madeMiss Dora Gibson was given the snrjtct Cultivating the social side ol onItiDUed apent in the discussion of the chat nirt suggested by the Southern Sch ol Journal and their effect Several teachers expressed them selves in favor of a change in the trustee system Mr O W Likens opposes obliterating the thirdclass certificate Mr Ozna Shultz favors extending the school term to seven months provided we have a compul sory educational law Owing to the inclemency of the weather very few teacher were pies eDt but all were interested in the sub jects and felt that the day wa profits bly spent Miss LEU CIIINN Stcy fare Cancer Blond 1olaon Fnllne Nor Ulcer foil Motblnir lo Try Blood poison or deadly canctr lire the worst and most deep seated blood diseases on earth yet the easl est to cure when Botanic Blood Balm Is used If you have blood poison producing ulcers bone pains pimple mucous patches falling hair itching skin nctofula old rheuma tism or offensive form of catarrh scabs and scales deadly cancereating breeding festering sores swellings lumps persistent watt or sore take Botanic Blood Balm B B B It will cure even the worst cast alter every thing else falls Botanic Blooi Balm B B B drains the poison out of the system and the blcol then every fore heals making the blood pure and rich and building up the broken down body B B B thoroughly tested for 3J years Sold at drug stores fl per Urge bottle A trial treatment sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given until cured Botanic Blood Balm does not contain mineral poisons or mercury as so many advertised reme dies do but is composed of Pure Bot anic Ingredients Over 2 000 testi monlals of cure by taking B B B m The Spirit of Winter The Sphit ol Winter Is with us making its presence known in many ways sometimes by cheery sunshine and glistening 8ros and sometimes by driving winds antI blinding atoms To many people it seems to take a delight in making I bad things worse for rheumatism twists harder twinges sharper ca tarrh becomes more annoying and the many symptoms of scrofula are developed and aggravated There is not ranch poetry in this but there Is I truth and it is a wonder that more people dont get rid of these ailments Toe medicine that cures themi Roods Sarsaparilla la easily obtained and there is pbundand nto t that Its cures are radical and permanent Try a Few Flowers How many ot us wish for and resolve to have flowers and ornamtntal shtubs and vines during their season of beauty from spring until autumn and then forget about it when time theIor shrub that wilt not root or trans plant easily at the proper season and the acqnUtion will cost little time or money A wtatarla or climbing row that covers a porch with a magnificent wealth of blcom cannot be hAd at the moment ot any price but a shov elful of soil upon a burled branch will provide a plant for another season Most of us are fond of flowers and tuost of us have yntds that are sadly In need of their gracefulness and need Let us keep a watchful eye upon the various kinds as they bloom andre member those we like best and when the time copies and we are able pro vide them for ourselves and our gardens A Wife Complaint D yeu think It lair says a wife that husband should devote all his time under the evening lamp first to his newspaper and next to his nap John gets home about 6 oclock from his days work He Is tired audI never expect him to talk at the sup per table One must have patience with a hungry man I have the ta ble set an appetizing meal ready the childrens laces and hands washed find the whole house keyed up to a welcome to papa After supper the children who are little scon go to bed I wash the dishes and arrange things for tomorrows breakfast As I am busy all day have few acquaint ances and no relatives in town and am the mother ol three babies doing also all my work I am ready to rest In the evening and I want to talk By the time I can sit down John is deep in his paper and refuses to be disturbed he says the evening Is the only time he has to read and he must know what Js going on When he at last folds it up and lays it on the ta ble I brighten with expectation hut no my lord is now sleepy anda thing abominate in a manhe throws himself at full length on the divan and in half a minute is sound asleep In five minutes he is snoring When bedtime finally arrives I have to shake him and any John John Its to oclock wake up and close the house and then grumbling and dis heveled hr gets on his feet and locks the doors and windows I ama discouraged and disgusted Woan Have I nc t Jut cause forconjiplalnl It Stems to me that this lady Is not receiving her due modicum ofrespect and conslJeiation from her gOodman Ten yeats ago when he was rordrowsedspent In her company She is as worthy of attention now as she was then and she has a larger claim upon Johns chivalry for now she is alto gether his Should anyone tell John that he does not love his wlfethat hes Indifferent to ths mother ol his chil dren he would put in an amazed disclaimer bnt his kind love is very selfish and is not warranted to wear Why should not John real aloud and let Annie know what is happen ing in the wold as well as himself Why should he sleep on her divan when she dislikes it and wishes cheer ful conversation Why should he treat his wife with scant politeness when lo other women he is a mqdel of good manners Wilt not John take a hint and do better Christian Her aid p- All who use Atomlzets in tteating nasal catarrh will get the best result from Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including spraying tube 75 cts Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St N V New Orleans Sept I 1903 Messrs Ely Bros I told two bot tles of your Liquid Cream Balm to a customer Wm Ltmberton 1415 De lachalse St New Orleans he has used the two bottles giving him won deriul and most satisfactory results Geo W ilcDufl Pharmacist rep Pointed Paragraphs Uniform goodness is heavens only liveryMany a selfmade man has been unmade by a tailormade woman The average man findsit much easier to pay compliments than debts The depth of beauty depends upon the thickness of the paint The first six snouts of matrimony is noveltythe rest of it is habit Women laugh oftener from a sense ot duty than from a sense of humor A girls idea of a dwell hat is one a man cant tell from a lampshade Try to be somebody unless you are satisfied lo be classed as an also ran Intedol occupying a place on the tahe the turkey gobler sits in a chair Unless a man has rubbed up against the rough side ol life he never accom pUshes much If a man has plenty of push he is round to get there but sometimes a pull helps along wonderfully Adam hAd his nitsbut he never called Eves attention to the superior biscuits his mother manufactured Good sense Is heavens choicest gift and in order to obtain It most men have to matte the trip to head quatte B Chicigo News In Harrlsburg Penn policemen are ri quired to escort drunken men to their homes Instead of to the police station The wives then paw upon their cases instead of the police judged TURNED TO STONE Some Facts in Relation to Alleged PetrJflcation of the Hu man Body i year or ottener there Is a new peirified man woman or child The nearest genuine thing to such a creation Is the cast of a man made by the eruption at Pompel eighteen centuries a The Cardiff giant was discover edjon a farm at the village of Gardlfl near Syracuse N V In 1869 It was Intervewed by Mark Twain and even Umi non and Holmes wrote ar ticks about it Prof 0 W Marsh palentolojt at Yale was the fitet onto exp ie its fraudulent character anil even after his publication of its detects as human remains there was along discussion of Its genuineness kepup naturally by the men who held the exhibition rights Aftera while the Stone man dropped completely out of public sight having last been heard from a good many years ago as being held at the Mexi can border lot unpaid duties on Im ported statuary The main points ol the expose made by Piof Marsh were based on the fact thjit the giant was made of gypsum a material easy to carve aad soluble in water As the giant was supposed to hive been found In a region that was I very moit Prof Marshs suspicion I were first aroused because he could not account for the fine polish on the skin of the glait nor could be ac count for the preservation of the su perregular pin points representing pores ol the same skin A careful investigation showed these to have ben made with a machine much like the stippling machine so much used by illustrators now Then a reverened gentlemen by the name of MacWborter took up the cause of the giant in thlway it might have been called the Giants caoseway arguing that it was a jboenlcian god left here long before Ericson anti Chrislofero Colombo Ielthe shores of America As soon giants people got onto this hey carved some supposedly Phoeni clan characters under till atms of their charge and the matter got into the science journals through theen tbaslasin of MscWhorter Bluntly- ifler that Ills HIghneuiie wa te- nttblghpaiiedlnt the in Hdesuetude from which he has lately been rescued He fs not theonly specimen of his class howevever as the records of the government bureau ol ethnology show frequent finds of alleged human pet rificatlons Only aVeek ago a petri fiedhead came from New Jersey On examination it proved to be a limestone boulder that ceitalnly bore a striking resemblance to a bunsen head but the tests applied at the bu reau soon put to flight all Idea of its belonging to prehistoric man Sever al jreara ago there was heralded Irons the Western land of wonders a lady with a marble heart and a glassy eye In all their llteralnees Her Eastern debut was Waited with Interest by the government savants who gradually got so engrossed jn the possibilities of the lady that she was familiarly re erred to as Mrs Stone When she arrived at Washington her exhibi tors who wanud expert testimony of the genuineness of their property welcomed a post mortem examination The ethnologists who conducted the inquest took their instruments to the operating room and found that the ladys case was a peculiar one She would have been a remarkably fine woman Indeed U she had lived but an incision In her lootor rather a rockdrilling revealed the fact that her sheleton had been turned Intbe hardening process to ordinary gas pipe It was only a few months later that another lady whose cuticle bal dad the scientists prove most conchs sively that beauty Is only skin deep when a toting revealed the fact that her innards had been changed by the forces of nature to Portland ceo mentThere have been innumerable other fakes of the sort among them tome mummifications made of glue and catcus fiber This was the compost tion of a great Arizona giant that the Smithsonian Institute once thought ol having Somewhere In California there is raid to be a factory that turns out petrificatioas whole sale men women and children These wares are subsequently discovered in different localities and begin to make money for their exhibitors until each particular fraud is fully exposed I What the real origin of the I Cardiff giant was no one seems to I know He is not the real thing but he is an interesting old co lger and In view ot his mattled career I may be worth the pries ol admission tShe Died for Love You must not go to him It was the doctor who spokehYou have a pulmatory affliction You must spend ToIwill mean your death But I love him No no do not go begged Mrs A Rempsons nearest friend It will kill you dear and besides be Is not woithy of such devotion He lain jail because he richly deserves to be there and you have no right to take part 01 his punishment on your shouldersMrs was silent for a moment When she looked up the tears were rolling down her white face but In her eyes shone the light of a great purpose In spite of everything she said In a low voice he is my husband He has done no wrong I love him and I will go where a wife should go to stand by her husbands side ro matter where he is or what the world says of him St George Kempson was a prit on er in the county Jan at New Brunswick N I lie was let berechatg ed with contempt of court for not hav Ing obeyed an injunction requiring him to go to Dakota and securqan annlmentof a decree of obtained in that State The decree had been awardedle gaily separating Mr Kempson from his first wile After the decree he had married again His first wife bad secured an injunction prohibit lug his marrying the second time but he disobeyed It He refused logo back to Dakota and have the decree courtannulled because of the terri ble position In which it would put his second wife So he went quietly to jalh Then it was that Mrs Kempson refused to let prison bars come between herself and the man she had marriedDay day she visited the gloomy jail spending hours with her has band in the prison cell Kempson was finally released but the damp cell had done Its work Mrs Kemp son Is dying ol consumption Ex p Some time ago my daughter caught a severe cold She complained of pains in her chest and had a bad cough I gave her Chamberlains Cough Remedy according to direc tions and In two days she was welt and able to go to school I have used this remedy in my family M the past seven years and have never known It to fall says James Prendergast mer chant Annato flay Jamaica West India Islands The pains In the chest Indicate an approaching attack of jjnentnonla which in this instance was undoubtedly warded off by Cham berlains Cough Remedy It coun tenets any tendency of a cold toward pneumonia For sale byall drug gists m- ca p 10nzAB- tantb lla KlcJ YM Han Alwp Btttf SIpaVI dpot Rev Irl R Hicks Is Not Dead Notwithstanding a widely current rumor that the Rev Irl R Hlckstwas dead he never was In better health and never did a harder and wore sue cessfnl years work than that just closing He has just completed his large and splendid Almanac for 1901 and with his staff of able helpers has brought his journal Word and Works justly forward into international rep utatlon For a quarter of a century Mr Hicks has grown In reputation and usefulness as the peoples astron Oilier and forecaster of storms and the character of coming seasons Never were his weather forecasts so sought after as 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 hlf ad vice to plant crops that would mature early The American people will cer tainly stand by Prof Hicks when It costs them so little and the benefits are so great His fine Almanac of 200 pages Is only asc and his splendid family journal Is only one dollar a year including the Almanac Send to Word and Works Pub Co 2201 Locust St St Louis Mo o vm- Bontia OnAIi H J lit Slfsatu SlF lIdot o CLEAHBINd TilE CATARRHAND IlEALIMO CORE WOR CATARRHI ELYS CREAM BALM Easy sad platto DM Contalja no lo Jarlote drug qDlcCty absorb ad OlTf Relief at our It opens and 1 01AII NMOI loSS HEADI10limon Larx alia 50 cents at Dmntfl or by irlil sic 10 cents by malt liLY IIHOTHKIIH M Warren Btnti Sew York I Nagging Before Guests Vising about as I do everytsum meT remarked a popular woman I cannot help being struck by certain faults of manner andI might almost say breeding which are common among the nice people who would be the first to detect and criticise such solecisms in others otherIthink It possible and the pcoi lewUo I Jt 111tbeyrelerredly the ot amusing the visitors no doubt but it is always an noying Another habit arid this is much worse faultfinding on the part of the mistress or master of the house People should make It a rule never to blame a child or a servant or criti cise each others actions before a guest A third person Is always wade uncomfortable by It and feels almost as if he himself were included in the reprimand But what Is called nagging between husband and wife Is the worst of all Er- PersonalltyofGoySliaw the NewSecretary of Treasury- He Is an earnest Methodist He Is oppoaed to duticing He never drinks liquor or tasted tobaccoHe to no secret societies He Is both lawyer and banker He leaped from obscurity Into po litical prominence by replying to a tree sliver speech by W JBryan He Is fiftyfour very bale and vig orousHe was born in a lug cabin in Ver mont arid spent his boyhood on a- VermonUarm He earned with his own labor the money that put him through college He says his success In life Is duelo hard work He alwaya got to h Is la w office at 7 a m and stayed there until 10 p m He was superintendent of two Sun day schools for twenty years He has a high forehead thin gray hair a heavy mustashe and gray closecropped sidewhiskers- He looks In dress like a Methodist ministerHe at a Methodist con ference In Chicago lest year I am an organization politician A machine politician is notes great a nuisance as i a II IRomarkableCure X Little non Life Saved I I have a few words to say regard lug Chamberlains Cough Remedy It saved ray little boys life and I feel that I cannot praise It enough I bought a bottle oUt from A E Steere gothomehardly breath I gave the medicine as directed every ten minnteauntll he threw up and then I thought sure be 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 bet tie of cough medicine tuy boy would not be on eaith today Joel Demont Inwopd Iowa For sale by all drug gistmp Odd Detectives In Newcastle England profession at shoppers are employed by a cer tain large firm of drapers to test the ability of shopassistants This firm owns over thirty large shop end em ploys nearly rooo assistants To find out whether every cmtomer is politely nerved a number ol lady cus tomers are employed to call at the va rious shops They are told toglve as much trouble as possible and sometimes to leave without making a purchase after looking at nearly everything In the shop prIf a man wants to kiss a girl thats his business If a girt tfont kiss a man thats her business II you want to get married thats your bus flies Bnt ifyou want firstclass job work thats onr business The only reason some people dont make tools of themselves is because theoppoitunlty ia lickings A Cure for Lumbago WC Williamson Amherst Va says For more than a year I suf fered flout lumbago I finally tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and It gave me entire relief which all other remedies bad failed to do Sold by all druggist m They talk about a womans sphere As though It had a limit Theres not R place Inearth or heaven Theres not a task of mankind given Theres not a blessing ora woe Theres not a whisper yes or nq Theres not allfe or death or birth That has a feathers weight or worth Without oman In It IA agriculture exchange fays these f are bad tiflifI7WC let our timber i rot and buyfenclng Wethrp away ashesand buy soap We rate dogs and buy hogs We ralsew buy vegetables and brooms dsandI catch fish with a ffrod We Bchoolhotneflana send our be educated away from home And lastly w= send qur boysruutwlthi a 40 gun and a fro dog to hunt ten cent game a Notice Subscribers Kindly notice the labelon your paper and if your time has expired pleaso send in your renewal Remember takes money to run a newspa per May we hear from you I LIc 2iI L L BEN Up In an GlUe cold and drear 1 Two little orphalllllayrShivering through the long dark hours aWaitingOne a boy ten years old i Tbe other a tot of four Together the lay ona pallet of straw Down on the bare hard flpar j One old quilt to cover withy Some shavings beneath their head They had thought in summer time This was n glorious bed But tonight the storm kingheld the earth Past In his frtztn grasp i And whUtlml through every crevice and ctioc As he went hurrying 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its own rails and entire distance are particular convenient and any Agent of that line will glvti fall U formation upon application I- tI 1 F3 1r F 1 t dl I r i v o r i t T = r Ir Hartford Republican timid frldatt bgtlit Hartford fub CcSnceposati- dIItjld ilHartfitd past offiCI is sec n cismaII nattt i r ONC RoUCh tuvL =z LON aOGERSMMEdltor FRIDAY JANUARY 10 4 OUR NEW SUPERINTENDENT Mr James DoWeeee our Superin tendentelect took charge of the of fice of School Superintendent Mon day Mr DeWeese is a bright echolary young man in a rough and stormy posifion He is unfortunately in the poorest office in the county does more hard work contends with more peopte has more difficult ques tions to adjust gets more cuisngs and less pay than any other official in the county Everybody expects fa vors at tbe hands of the Superintend t ent and when they dont como as abundantly as desired or just as or dered the Superintendent is a bigotI and incompetent and ought to moved from office This is the way the disappointed fellows sees the ac I commodating genial generous man who fills tbe office of Superintendent discreetly and conscientiously The Trustee question the change of boun daries of districts the making of new and dividing the old districts the building of new houses tbe examina- tionsV the woes and tales of sorrow poured in upon the Superintendent on the day of examination the gratis abuses after examinations these are onerous burdens for the Superintendent which he can neither deny nor dodgeBut whilst there are many un pleasant features to the work and the official path is not strewn with choic est flowers nor his pillow blessed with sweetest rest it is a great pleasure tc be privileged to associate with the teachers of the county for they are indeed the cream of our citizenship tbe very best choicest society As a rule the teachers are noble upright and agreeable few of the ignoble slip into the profession We sincerely hope that Superin tendent DeWeese will guard the trust confided carefully zealously faith fully as we believe he will knowing neither friends nor foes dealing righteously with all who may come hither with official business Notwithstand the unpleasantness ol tbe work the poor pay anti the per plexinj and difficult questions he must confront the office of School Superintendent is the most responsible posi tion in the county Tbe education ol thecommunity is in the bands of the Superintendent It is the lot of Mr DeWeese to say who shall constitute his corps of teachers and who shall i not Many will apply who are unfit for tbe work Tie tbe Superintend ent to say no From the sheep tbe P goats must be driven- Superintendent DeWeefe enter upon the duties of your office determined to serve all alike and you will come out with the same traits of character you now possees spotiess and unblemished as it is THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE CALEB POWERS CASE The Commercial Tribune Cincin nati Ohio is engaged in about tbe noblest work that a great daily could choose in raising a Defense Fund for Caleb Powers Tbat trial of Dray fus in France shocked the civilized world The trial was a farce a mock ery of justice and a rankling conspir acy of malice hearted villians souls of putrified prejudice who sought to destroy his good name and along with it his reputation and freedom So wretched were the proceedings of purt writer took up and aired the vicious c neaaof the court which resulted in the vindication and liberty of Drey iust ICalebPowers has been indicted as an accessory before the fact to tbe murder of Wm Goebel He has been accorded two of the most farci caltbeinost inhuman prejudiced and unfair trials recorded in history w t In these trials but two things have been established He has been found guilty of Republicanism it has been proven beyond a doubt that be was actually elected Secretary of State of which be baa been deprived by judi cial and political burglary t In his recent trial ho made affidav it that Judge Cantrill was prejudiced against him that be could not and would not be granted a fair trial and therefore prayed the Judge to vacate the bench which he refused to do I and proceeded straight forward to conviction and life senttnce in thu penitentiary The case is being pre- paredi for a new bearing before the Court of Appeals whichwill un questionably reverse the lower court and ought at least rend the riot act to She Savior of Kentucky De I mocracy Judge Jas E Cantrill It is known of all men that Cantt c j rill is chartered for conviction be is billed through with no stopover I privileges and no man accused of the murder of Wm Goebel stands a ghost of a show for fair dealing He is a renegade politician for example Lie kiopeung speech at Maysville for the U8 Senatorehip in which he said I S u W bad it not been for his rulings there would not be a single Democratic of ficial in Frankfort today Gospel Psalms are not truer than thin asser tion buta man witha childs judgment would have left unsaid this foolish acknowledgement of condem nation of a political nondescript The character of prosecutions now being waged agaist Powers must end They are abnormalism m the extreme and the people have enough of them They are kept alive solely for politic al effect The prosecution has made no effort to search out the guilty any eflcrt to find the guilty is forbid tenthe whole thing is a fake and a disgrace to decent citizenship We congratulate the Commercial Tribune on tbe noble work it ties as turned and bid it Gods speed in call ing a halt on the maddened dogs from their thirst after pure innocent human blood Xotwlthitandlng the many raUrrpmtn tatloni and elaiiderp uttered by oautden concerning the conditions of the Stat It U neTerthelfM a tact that the nprcmacj ot the Sew la Kentucky today Uincb ae to give erery cttltea w perfect a gnarante of protection to life liberty of property U tao be found In any Blat In the Union The above is a clipping from Beck hams message No denial need bt enjoinedeverybody knows it la alee including the young Governor Does the young executive approve the conduct ot the Cantrillian courts Does he mean to say that when Can trill refused to leave the bench when proper affidavit waa filed a guaranteet of justice or conviction that Caleb Powers would be given a fair and im partial trial that he would not be de pnved of his life without due process of law Tbe whole of the above if false its all bosh THE U S Senatorial race is still an unknown quantity with whateve of doubt there may be in McCrearys favor None of tho aspirants measure out the high standord of a United States Senator McCieary falls short Smith in no way fills the bill Wheeler wont do at all and Cantril would be a disgrace aince to elevate him to the Senate would be an in dorsement of his revolutionary rule ings in the Powers trials Its a bad lot offellows any way you fix it But from this lot McCreary is bead and shoulders above his competitors JUDGE W E Settle of Bowling Green has announced his candidacy for tbe Democratic nomination for Judge of the Court of Appeals in thiS district Many Ohio county citizen heard tbe speech he made at the fairgrounds in 1000 and that IS about all they care to know of him He is a bitter partizan and was then outji I defense of official burglary That o f itself should be sufficient evidence olf the man and what he would do as i member of the highest court in the land Good people its with you WUEN Dr Darragb defendent a divorce suit pending before Judge Littleford filed the statutory affidavit alleging prejudice on the part ot the Judge the case yff at once trans erred to another court When Caleb Powers on trial for his life filed the affidavit required by the Kentucky statutes and alleged prejudice on the part of Judge Cantrill that Judge promptly directed the trial to proceed and it did to conviction and a life sentence in the penitentiary Cin cinnati Commercial tribune TOM BLACK still has a cinciron the Jail but Frank Wade is trying aw fully hard to pick the night lock through the instrumentality of a contesting process Its just terrible how these Democratic fellows cuss and contest They seem to go upon the idea buy it out if you can if not contest and the courts will do the rest TilE Ohio Republican broil ended peacefully with Foraker in control of tne Senate and Hanna tbe House When the fight was over tbe hatchet was buried Kentucky Republicans take warning Its the fool that butts his own brains out In union there ia strength in strife weakness IP you care to aid in any missionary work kind reader you couldnot do better than to send yjur mite to tbe Commercial Tribune Cincinnati Ohio to aid in the cause of justice Caleb Powers ia being deprivedof liberty simply because he is a staunch Republican and was elected Bccreta ry of State Thats all MK M S RAGLAN by the grace of tbe people still holds tort in the Clerks office whilst the county is turnedover to tbe young Democracy- of the county Mr Raglaud happy New Year to you and yours NEWS cornea from Chicago that one- Dr Leob baa discovered the cause of death however the cause of death has long been known What cause did you ask Heart failure of course SnasinT Keown is again at his old stand in the Sheriffs office A happy New Year prosperous and prof itable term of office with pur best wishes Sheriff Keown JUDGE B LV Gully is now Chief Justice ofthe Court of Appeals and a candidate for reelection next November t e UETEBEGIN T On Nicaraguan Canal BllIMr Hepburn Leads oU Washington n7Th debate on the Nicaragua Canal Bill in the House was opined in lively fashion today bg Mr Hepburn the chairman of the InterSUte and Foreign Commerce Cpmmjtte which repotted the bill For two hours beheld the ficor re plying to a volley of questions con cerning the recent offer of the Panama Canal Company to sell Its property and franchises to the United States for 40000000 The interest In the debate centered almost entirely in this new phase of the subject Mr Hep burn maintained that the alleged new offer ol the Panama Company was part of the plan of delay All his ute terances along that line were liberally applauded He pointed out what he claimedwas the suspicious circnm stances that the Panama Company had held out for 109000600 until It was decided belore the holiday reces to consider the Nicaragua Bill and then suddenly diopped the price to 40000000 Mr MorrlsMinn gave notice that at the proper time he would offeran amendment to authorize the PraM dent if he coald procure the proper ty and rights of the PanamalCompa ny for 46000006 ifconcession could be procured from Colnmbla and if tht Walker commission s6 recommended to purchase and proceed to complete the Panama Canal Referring to the efforts of the Pana ma Canal Company to build a canal by private enterprise Mr Hepburn summed up their efforts as follows The company raised 256000000 by the sale of 435000000 ot bonds and after eight years the managers ot the company found themselvts with the work less than onefourth com pleted penniless and bankrupt in money and character The disaster to the company he said proved conclusively that the work should be undertaken by gov emmehtal agency There was not an atom of work In general engineering said he yet to be done In favor ol the feasibility and practicability no enterprise that had ever received the attention ofmen had been so conclusively proved If the pending bill became a law the work could begin at once and should be completed in eight years In concluding Mr Hepburn said there might be some Interests In the United States which believed they would be harmed by the rivalry ol this canal and there were gentlemen of honest purpose who thought the time was rot ripe for the building of a canal or that an enterprise ot such magnitude should riot be undertaken They were perhaps terrified by the spectre of scandal But he continued I insist that the American people have made their decree that the canal shall br built and that now is the time to build it Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case ot Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Props Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for tbe last fitteen years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fie nancially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm West TruerWholesale Druggists Toledo O- WaldlngKina18 Marvin Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken InterI nally acting dlrectlyupon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 750 per loltle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best How to Get RlcbIPerhaps there is no sentiment soI universal as the desire to accumulate or become rich It is so universal that only the exceptions escape it In many it becomes intensified into aIsorvid passion Those who are born rich or who inherit riches are anxious to multiply and increase them andI those who begin in poverty ate anx ious to accumulate a competency Riches arC only relative What would be riches for one man would not be riches for another What would bea vast tortuue for one man would be consideredabject poveity for another But In this country It Is possible for even the pcorest to become well offer rich N J matter what the beginning and the ower down the better It Is possiolefor any one who is not pursued by persistent an continuous lit fortune to become wealthy it he is willing to pay for fortune the price demanded Men of superior business ability and who engage In business ol any character are sure to accumulate They could not avoid accumulating They are blstwith a force superior to tba with which the average of their fellowmen Is endowed and this superior strength enables them per a haps unconsciously to get the best of every bargain they may engage In Accumulated wealth gathered together in this manner represents merely the aggregated difference between the buying and the selling price The greater the price obtained forJan arti cle sold or disposed of and the small er the price of the same when purchased the greater will be the for tunerieu ot transcendent genius may have legal tltlf tqmUllpnsard command millions but they cIo tit17n4edfichTtreyVue l TT e- uof money There t ry Is th di recting1 and controlling id they rare qot riches as riches but look upon thenjas mere pawn npontbe chess- bOard They d not JoVeirdjbndle and hoard the almighty dollar as do the mean spirited and seflblfayric- ious They are btoadnatured aIJd big of soul as well as of Intellect Men like J Plerpont Morgan whose every transaction Is a grand commercial epic who has wrought miracles who has written financial damas and whose transcendent ginus has pre vented or averted financial tragedies- can not be said to be rich or pcoras mere money can not be used asa measure for them as It is for other men An4 If we regard the accomplishment ol feats which amaze and astound the world as riches these men it will be found fall so far shott of realizing their Ideals and ambitions that they feel as great a disappoint ment even in moments of their greatest triumphs as the ordinary man feels over an ordinary failure The kings ol finance are not the only ones upon whom the dollar can not be used as a metewand There ae those who never accumulate because they are above the dollar and despise Hand feel a splendid crntemft lorthose who abase themselves before it These are too preoccupied to accumulate money They havent the time They have something ot more impot tance to do They have other ways oi estimating values There are other things that they prize more highly there are things that appeal to them with greater force and in a way which they can not resist Money is sordid and material and whoso possesses a well developed spiritual nature cares nothing for it And even the artistic temperaments though finding money a useful convenience regard it as a means to an end and nothing more Memphis Cmmercial Appeal Just a Part of the Play The old story that the plot to kill Senator Goebel was hatched in Louisville has again stalled cults travels It is always hatched just before the trial of any one ol tbe innocent sus pects Is approaching a Soul hatching from the addled eggs of prejudice and hatred The story sent ont from Louisville printed in the morning papers ot yesterday and In all the Goebellte papers of Kentuchywas sent to do duty on the approaching trial of Caleb Powers It tells that United States Senator Deboe former Lieutenant Governor Marshall iQavld W Falrleigh Alex P Humphrey Basil W Duke and John M Atherton names synonymous with honor attended a secret meeting at the Gait House Louisville and that the plans were there laid to kill Senator Goebel The gentleman nancdwttli oier equally dItinzi1shedisn honorable Republicans and al1tiGotbttelemo cVals hav bretfsummorieoftotestlfy before tbe grand jury in Judge Can trills court at Frankfort to tell about the meeting and what was there agreed upon The names of some the gentle men are known beyond the confines of Kentucky John Marshall was elected Lieutenant Governor on the ticket with Governor Taylor and was one of the Republicans ousted from office because of the rulings of Judge Cantrlll No name inds higher in the business and commercial world ol the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys than that of John M Atherton General Basil W Duke was a gallantCon federate sold led a Democrat and re fused to consent to the iniquity of the Goebel election law William JDe boe Is a Senator from Kentuck and not a man of them all would for even one moment countenance assassins aud not a man of them all would skulk behind doors instead of meet- Ing an enemy In the open and deliv ering fair and manly combat Yet these are thetnen whose good names are songht to be dragged Into the mire for the purpose ot making cap tal against Caleb Powers find whose names with the names ol others are hauled before the public at each recur ring trial ol anyone of the innocent suspects for the purpose ol bolstering- up the reign ol hate and prejudice against any one selected as a victim Injustice But the sending out of the story again and for the fourth time testi fies as nothing else could testify to the fact that the prosecution has no substantial case The story la a repeated confession that the prosecution- Is fishing lor evidence against somebody or against anybody and that it does not know and never jdldlcnow the party who murdeied Senator Goe bel But victims must be had and prosecutions must continue for pur poses of vengeance on the man who rose from the ranks and carried the banner of Republicanism success in Kentucky that man being none other than Caleb Powers Clncinnatl Commercial Tribune BOWLING GREEN K- YJrv6ThIs fine weather gives one good impression of a new town This seems to be a well paved well lighted clean wboefoie town anti I hope to keep this impression QIC does tar better work in good surround ings There are many Ohio county toys here doing good work The peot pleof a town have much to do in bnildlngTup good scnool Good toads houses andt ai real live interest throughout a com munitjrihfes a grdw1rsinflieuhb oji tbe can e of educalo1pJv od elf teW brlngMie missesjintostVue Te1trtl ustP coal IJilllewlie tire corraipohderits of p perqipyhelp to tnild upthelr taftcetLt tip b Ir ion more 01 Cost I HOWARDS TRIAL Court Overrules Motion for Con tinuance Made by Attor neys for Defense THE GIST OF HIS AFFIDAVIT Frankfort Ky Jan 8 Jim How ard will be tried at this term of the Circuit Court for the murder ot Will lam Gcebel Judge Cantrill this af terndoa overruled the motion of the iliendant to continue the hearing and ordered that the trial proceed The Commonwealth admitted that How lards absnt witnesses if present would testify to the statements set forth In the affidavit which was sub mitted by tbe defendants counsel this morning This forced the defen dant Into a trial and tbe couit ordered attachments for all of Howards wit nesses who did not answer when their names were called Nearly all the Commonwealths witnesses are now here Among them are F Wharton Golden who came from Colorado W I H Culton Isaac Hopkins and num dons Bakers and Garrards of Clay county who have always been opposed to the WhiteHoward faction and who claim that they are in pos session ol positive information thai Howard actually fired the shot that killed Goebel Among the witnesses lor Howard who are now In Frankfort are former Assistant Secretary ol I State J B Matthews of Somerset Mathews appearance as a witness for the defense has caused considerable comment He was summoned as a witness for the State In the last trial of Caleb Powers in the Scott Circuit Court but could never be located notwltbstandlg the fact that numerous persons were sent from George town In search ol him The subpoena was never served on Matthews and he escaped testifying- It is expected that it will require about twelve days to try Howard thU time Judge Thomas R Gordon of Louisville and Mr James Andrew Scott of Frankfort will be the prisoners active attorneys Attorneys of the local bar say they anticipate little difficulty In securing a jury to try Howard When court convened this morning at II oclock the attorneys for the de tense announced that they had com pleted their affidavit in support oi their motion to continue the case Are you ready to submit It asked Judge Cantrlll Just as soon as the defendant read it replied Judge Gordon Howard examined the document carefully and it was then handed over to the counsel for the Commonwealth Mr Franklin asked for time in which to read the affidavit which contained the testimony ot witnesses who werr absent I will adjourn court until 23 oclock replied Judge Cantrlll At 230 oclock Judge Cantrili rapped for order What will the Commonwealth dc about the affidavit asked Judge CantrillMr arose and said Youi h otor subject to relevancy and competency we admit that these witness es If present would testify to the state ments made herein We object however to the Commonwealth paying the expenses here of any oi the defen dants abset witnesses and we do not believe that due dilllgence has been shown in an endeavor to have these witnesses here We ask your honor that this case be tried Mr Franklin said Dr Hurst had been in Frankfort and was not sub HelpNature lBabIes and children need proper rarely ever medi cine If they do not thrive I on their food something is wrong They need a little help to get their digestive machinery working properly sojstJI2s0I9IItODLIVER pjfTh7jyp8pffOSPNTESOFZNEc SODA will generally correct this difficultyIf will put from one fourth to half a teaspoonful in babys bottle three or four times a day you will soon see a marked improvement For larger children from half to a teaspoonful according to age dissolved in their milk if you so desire will very soon show its great nourish I ing power If the mothers milk does not nourish th- eiJbjfc she needs the mul iSJO tr irwill show an effect r ice fiothiiUpohmother J u Land chId ocandooaIlitu1kii t SCOTT 5 BOWNE Cltembu New York IuIlnuI DANDERISulTerers paren remote ancestor for Cancer often runt through several generation This deadly poison lay dormant in the blood for or until you reach middle life then the first little sore or ulcer nuke 1U ap pearance or a swollen gland in the breast or some other part the body gives tire first cure Cancer thorougblyand perma all the poisonous illminated from very vestage jf it driven out This S S jthe only medicine that can reach etpo tested obstinate blood troubles like till When all the poison has been forced out of the system heals and the disease never returns Cancerbeginsoften in a small way as the following letter Mrs Shlrer shows A until j lmt l came on mow about an Inch biow the ear on tile left tde ox jrlice ltgvs tae no pain or inconTen tinct sn4 ihoulii binabout It had It DXbejuntoin5emendItch Uttie then oib rerTtqviaid not cntInue4fOrOmeIIOe hen began 10 twell becoming tff1 rulotal The cancer been to eat and apread niIilt waiCCiarge aa- Litolirwhen L heard 0f 8S S sat lermla edtoglTC It a air trial ind It waa lematkabtt IlIoSlOI1 sss the greatest of sU and the one guaranteed purely vegetable or our on Cancer containing valuable and interest in Information about this disease and- wrlleourphysldanubout yourcaso We make no charge THE SWIFT 10 co ATLANTA DA toned by the defense He said John In hwhile residing in Louisville vas now either in JeOersonvllle Ind r in Nelson county W J Davidson vas In Indianapolis Judge Gordon spoke In support of he affi lavlt lie said Howard had never asked for a continuance of his case before that be had always been ready to go to trial lie said the full fleet ol the testimony of the absent witnesses could be had only by an el imination before the jury and this cas apparently Impossible He said he did cot want the testimony con tamed In the affidavit to go to the ju ry as statements which would be made JY the witnesses but as facts lie lectured that due dllligencc bad been used toward bringing the witnesses itere and that Jhey were powerless It is the opinion of the court be an judge Cantrlll that this case Is n better shape to be tried now than it would at any future time Tin outt is willing to indulge the defend mt In every way possible and will dci 0 The processes of the couit are at be disposal ol the dttendat audit tachments can be issued at once loi absent witnesses There Is an abun lance ot time to bring them here As to the question ol the State paying the expenses ol absent witnesses the court will be compelled to overrule the motion In one case which Ire member the court allowed this to be done upon the recommendation of the Commonwealths Attorney but in this case he has entered a vigorous objection Therefore the motion Is overruled and the trial will proceed Alter court adjourned Howard met and shook hands with many of his friends from the mountains who are here to testily in his behalf To a CourierJournal correspondent How ard said I am In better health than I ever was in my life and I am abso lutely confident of my acquittal Officers of the General Assembly Prankfoit KyJan 7The Gen eral Assembly ol 1902 the first in the Twentieth century was convened today at BO3U The Senate and the House ol Representatives were organ Ized without a hitch but not without many tedlons hours ol balloting it be- Ing necessary of course to call the roll for each office The complete list on these who will serve the two houses Is as follows SENATE President pro temN W Utley of Logan Chief Clerk William Cromwell ci 1ranklinIAssistant ClerkWeO Jones ol Grayson SergeantatArms P Swango DoorkeeperJohn 11 McWaters of MarshallEnrolling Clerk Miss Jennie Mc Donald ol Franklin Janitor John L Norris of Garrard Cloakroom KeeperThomas Wet son of Graves HOUSE SpeakerGerald T Finn of Simp sonClerkJames E Stone of Breckln ridge Assistant ClerkGeorge H Peters of Hopkins Enrolling Clerk Miss Amy Lyons of JessamineSergeatatArmsC W Longmlre of Lexington Doorkeeper W A Punkett of Owen Cloikroom Keeper and Asslstact Harris K Alexander oi Mason and Garland Sledge of Warren Janitor Walter Sondgrass of Mer ncr Pages James B Knoxof Hancock Charles M Parrlab of Clark John W Montfoit of Franklin and George S Lawrence of Trigg r Civil Service for Consuls There is some prospect now that the present Congress will enoct a law providing for a reorganization of the consular service With the reintroduction f Senator Lodges billand Its reference to the Senate committee on foreign relations of which the Senator fs an active and influential i it n i vzl Start the New Year l ck t O li Wo can and will Help you in tiis matter and wo think wF convince you of Ujo sincorcity of Mis assertion if you only visit our storo when iirnecd of anything in tho DJYIGoods line r Tho Xmas Holidays aro ovpr and wo are right at thobp ginning of a Now Year Wo wishyoii a wholo lot of gootl luck and will show you that wo mean it by placing boforoV you Bargains piled high Coino to see us anti looMhrough our stock and you will think you have struck more good luck tluui over before in all your life 1 Rubber GoodsrWe have a largo lino of Rubber Uocts=iho beat to bo foundanywhere Mens arctics mens nee olined clothtop nibbers for dressy wear Ladies fleeced clothtop and plain rubbers Largo lines Low prices Boots and Shoes Wo carry tho largest linesof Shoes to bo found anywhoro outside tho largo cities Our celebrated Brown Shoo is a Shoo that you will like If you buy it onco you will al ways buy it Try it and so- Clothing Wo want to clean up for a now spring stock and wo think it best to begin right now while tho weather is cold and you need warm Suits and Overcoats Como to see us and wea will astonish you with our low prices Cloaks and Wraps This department is very full and wo want to sell tho last garment Como to sec us before buying elsewhere Wo will sell you anything in this lino almost at your own price l Underwear rCOur stock of Underwear is complete and if you aro tit need of anything in this line you will do well to inspect these goods boforo buying elsewhere Comforts and Blankets in abundance Outings and Finn nels Hosiery and everything kept in a firstclass Dry GoodsIstore Dont fofgot tho place Economy Dry Goods Store If You Want To keep posted and otherwise S wellinformed subscribe fo- rTh Republican And get all the news all the lime member there Is goad reason to hope lowMr that definite action on this may fol I theYDltjedtem except for1 consular agents who are to receive onehalf of the red they collect up to a maximum of too a year Consuls generalsare to be di- vIded Into four classes with salaries ranging from 10000 to fScoa a year and consuls into six classes their sal aries ranging from 5000 to SIB a year Within one year after the pee sage of the bill present Incumbents are to be classified and within two years these Incumbent are to be re called gradually for examination and those who fall to qualify are to be dropped from the service After twelve months of service no conial shall be discharged except for cause stated In writing and every official so discharged is to have the right of appeal The provisions ol this bill appear to meet the ptlncjpal demands for con anlsr rejoin Senator Loge laan earnest arid coosUtert cbumplon mer It system and he Is not hertfore likely to advocate any mctffare cot in harmony with civil as it governs Up polntments and promotions in the public service Ills plan requiring all Incumbents to be examined re moves In a measure the opportunity for criticism that the appoloteets of the party In power would have a die tinct advantage under any merit law which might be passed The places In the consular service under Senator Lodges plan must eventually be I held lfJthese tests are conducted they must in the course of tlmeweed out the incompetents Chicago Po3t A Politicians ProposalJA rising young Bath county recently made applies don for the hand of his sweetheart In the following novel manner Dear Ml sI hereby annnouncc myself as- a candidate for your bandpnd shall use all lair and honorable means IP secure the nomination I know there areniany candidates In the field and I hesitated before entering the race but now I am in to stay My views oi on love and matrimony have often a t Constipation Docs your head ache Palo back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver I Ayers Pills are liver pills They curobnsrI patton headache dyspepsia JSe All drufrlitl Wall ir iHMtMM erbeard a bmautml I brownorrcbblatk Tbcnnit 5 DYEjL p been expressed In your bearing and tImaintenance of that standard Hrtter marriage If you decide to confer upon me the honor I seek please fix a date for a caucus with your mother I have no objection to her acting as temporary chairman 01 the permanent organization Should the result of the caucus prove satisfactory we cast soon hold a primary and select the date mid of the convention I never believed In long campaign so if you decide to honnor me I wilt oak you to wake the convention day as soon as possible Devotedly yours I Theyonng lidya telegram erIel It thus Caucus neec ssary Nomination unanimous Come atIqncp and fix datefor ratification Morehead Advance Kentcklinj 0CJA ZXLXABun tit- Blgutori TUKMYNHanAhnnlNiit ef rio i ROUGH RIVrE- ITELEPHONE I firf COMPANY ti1I AlIloolroTIII1 j Talk being cbtap and necessiTy you should patronize born folks where you can buy your owwphoaeaaand bnlld bnr own lloesljsd be la talking distance with the whole oun ty and business point generaly by only paying a reasocablerentto the Rough River Telephone Company or they will beatth whole expense ii S1t We tIi rwltKaWIn pfnd lt r t1 11 A BYateIrWi Yf t I II If j H Far i 1T 7 11 f w f t i t t t h I Tr J r ofoofoofoofoofoofo tw i iii i rIiIDesire to thank their many custom ors for their liberal patronage during tho year 1901 By your help wo have been ablo to make tho past year one of our busiest Wo are happy to inform you that in about throo weeks you will fi ds2 I us m our I tNEW STORE P 4 Ono door below A D Whites where r wo hopo to bo ablo to dispense to you greater bargains than over bo t fumIWishing you all a prosperous year r twoare Respectfully J a tz t 1 i r iP 4rJx yesa ilarlfOrd Republican I FRIDAY JANUARY 10 For Hot Lunch go to Singe Office zk Mr Hi P Taylor was in Central i4City Saturday Mr C W Morgan Maxwell was among our cullers Tuesday C R Martin jeweler and watch scalierat Williams drug store f For the nicest candles and fruits In Hartford go to the Stager Office s fcThe nicest Cheese Sausage and Crackers in Hartford at Singer Office OljFlnt milch roar for sale guaranteed L to be firstclaw Apply at RKPOBUC AN office t j Mr and Mrs 5 C Brown Center town visited Mr had Mrs Pon Rog udayri eggzI and rs nny to it Singer rMtOfficeIt usIiI Yr J B Her Beda called to see- R us Tuesday paying his compliments t 1 to Tao REPUDLiCAN Our old friends Messrs R B Mar tin and Z Taylor Cromwell made us- a moat genial call Wednesday Meaats E E Rogers Cromwell ft Luther Rogers and H C Crowder Balretown called to see us Monday ro 1 The new term of the school begins k next Monday Quite a lot of new students will be in for the spring term I t G OjICE IS EUOUH TO SEE j OuiUr Dora portrilt of DaeiIswotth- seeagonc Eat cell enough Home taeh Ton nolle OB the facer of thou pbyalalpt14peopleaabjettorhnnutsagout pain from some I habit pna IU mark on II the nutom r of crook s iaUort finger I oruloomnehrfdingetsbicya1stsmpaworried y wosdnpep1ald of the u Ji1 1Ialonrun STHE MAN Will NEVER LAUIHS- vA Tie complaint above Mined all field to I j- w 1 tU action of Bratom Porous FUatm Caidck1tooNo only tliOll bat colds and s4 UnI aftctioaa ell- ooa tloaaxand mweoUr strain dleea l roft s cheslatbmawdall ailments widch are a to nUrmal treetaut It u fre sea yssldthtBensonPfatnGPaft t MffrVIt cure sve area abU to relfovfc For tlrtr the lied Iqesterualrealedtn oldrtylo pU ten u nU qUa ate hayeliUl or nosMoscyasonpardwith- It kTry Jka Kp i tshowy riatrj teieno ees we prepay pMtagVoo way nnmbw ardent e0receipt saes aseh fMtary A ekMoa Mfg QmH LTr- r f r ALMq Telephone your orders to the Singer Office Goods delivered cheerfully and promptly We try to please Mrs Wra Chapman near Prentls who has been quite sick lot sometime Is quite a deal better She will recover Mr C B Smith has closed his school at South Beaver Dam and will resume the practice of law at Hartford bar Miss Fannie Render returned to her school work In State College at Lex ington Sunday alter a two weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs S P Render have been visiting relatives in Hart ford for some time left Tuesday tor their home In Norman O T Scbrccter the photographer is at the Hartford wharf with his float tag studio but will leave the third ol February Go to him for firstclass work Miss Sallle Taylor left for school in Louisville Sunday after spending holidays with her parents She was sccompanled by her father Mr H P TaylorThree of Mr J E Wilson children have typhoid fever and two pneumo nil They are reported dangerously 111 Mr Wilson is a brother of At torney John B Wilson and lives near Prentls Mrs Julia A Renfrew Sulphur Springs Is visiting her daughter Mrs S J Wedding She win leave In a few days for an extended visit to relatives in Irvington Central City and Henderson On January 12 1902 at one oclock p m at Cane Run church Miss Fan ale Sandbach will be married to Mr J J Strasburger of Grayson county Both are popular young people en jo lag a large circle of friends who wish them a happy future Mr Bob Taylor and daughter Miss Bessie Winfield Kansas are visiting friends and relatives In the Cromwell community Mr Tt llsq via one ol Ohio conctys oldest etthr who went West years ago and baa Baum lat d m handsome dock of this worlds goods He will visit hls fiends rev eral weeks I Mr M L Heavrln has been quite ill for the plat week having hem rbagee of the bowels The disease I has been causing him trouble for past three weeks but at present his physicians have It under control and I his condition is decidedly improved- It Is thoughtto be due to the condl I tlon the typhoid facet jell his bowels lOst ten years ace t I Coughing IIwas given up to die with oouseconsumptionCher I Pectoril then begin at once and am now In perfect healthChas E Hartman Glbbitown N Y Its too risky playing with your cough The first thing you know it will be down deep in your lungs and the play will be over Begin early with Ayers Cherry Pectoral and stop the cough TfawiUMUcffcl1 Ion totaIOonialt TOM r h It tha da u hi uya1l b taliroe mot to taU tt t tt Lave ttwlibQ i1TEOOrLoRi11YYa- Mr RW RagUnd Roslne was In town yesterday Miss Margaret Gunther is visiting her uncle Mr P T Gnnthrr Owens boro Mr John W Simpson and Mrs Nannie Ashby were married at the Hartford House yesterday at noon The Fiscal Court Is In session J Miller Judge W H Barnes At torney B P Hudson G W Martin fohnM Graham T A Evans Alonro Hicks W A Rone and D T Wilcox justices The court will be in session some time Sheriff Keowns deputies are Capt John G Keown R L Boyd Plem Stevens Clarence Keown and Jo H Roberts an excellent selection of officers The man that rebels against the law would do well to seek another land lor indeed there will be no peace fur him here The Board of Tax Supervisors are in session Its composed of Messrs I John D Holbrook Warren Taylor Wm Addlngton J T Wallace and T Wedding The wracket com menses pretty soon when the case of the raised tax payer is set forbearing tale of woes will be vigorously en joined Mr Elmer Barnard Beaver Dam and Miss Ray Reid Prentls were married at the home ot the bride SunI day evening Quite a host ol wishing friends witnessed the ceremo ny which was beautifully said by Rev Coakley Mr Barnard Is the eldest son of Mr and Mrs Charlie Barnard deceased and a very happy and genial good fellow a prosperous farmer and a firstclass citizen Miss Reid Is a daughter of Mr J T Reid one the countys oldest and best cit funs She enjoys the confidence and esteem of many friends and associates Our best wishes are theirs for a bliss fnl married life Mrs S P Roby Fordsville died Sunday of consumption She was the wife of Mr S P Roby of the Hart ford bar and a most estimable wo man Funeral services were conducted Monday by Rev Ratcllffe alter which interment took place in thee Fordsville cemetery in the presence of many friends She had only been married to Mr Roby a short while and the sting of disappointment is therefore the more keenly felt by the bereaved husband Mr Roby Is a brother of Mrs Cal P Keown and- o has many friends who sympathize sincerely with him for his is a most unfortunate lot to bear IIKof P Supper Rough River Lodge No no Knights of Pjthlas gave a supper and smoker for Its members last Tuesday evening from 9 until 12 oclock A large number of Knights were present and an enjoyable time was had Thee lodge had work in the second rank and new officers were installed for the present semiannual term as follows S A Anderton C C R H Hank ins V CT J Morton Prelate E W lord M of W W H Barnes K of R S Jno T Moore M of E W D Moore M of P R T Collins M ofAC Fields I G and R D Walker O G The lodge has had an unusual successful year just past and celebrated the event by Tuesday nights proceedings The new offi cers start la the year under very fav orable conditions and we predict for the lodge another successful term Several Knights were in attendance outside of town as follows C M Taylor Beaver Dam R B Martin Cromwell Leslie Myers Render W S Tinsley Beds A T Lanham Spring Lick A feature of the even ing was the presentation of a hadsome clock to Knight Myers by themem bers of the Lodge in commemoration of his recent marriage The presen tation speech was make by Past Chancellor J R Pirtleon behalf ol the lodge and Mr Myers responded extending his thanks to the lodge Th supper was prepared and served by the well known caterer G B Will lams OASX OnABasis the tlbs KW You Hivi Alwars BdtijM BlCUhn 1IfJfl Irot eMcCreary Has a Cinch Frankfort Jau7The caucus of Senatorial candidate Charles Ie Wheelers friends held last night f wli e not exactly a black frost was pet filled up with summer sunshine and very little was effected in the way of arranging the plan of campaign Workers in behalf of the dlfleren candidates are busy heeling each legislator to see how he stands firat and second in the Senatorial race Politicians are arriving dally and plot is thickening In an Interest- Ing manner The impression that exGov Mc Creary has things cinched grows as the feeling of legislators pro grease Wheeler men are getting down la the mouth Smith end Cantrill men have the attitude of keeping a attar upper lip In the face ofa looked for trouncta but they still protest that everytblnj is all right from the point of view of their respective candidates The McCreayltes say that the ex Governor has votes to loan and tha there will be no deadlock as is contended by the opposing faction The prorosed combination which is unquestionably hoped for by thi friends of Wheeler Smith and Can trill shows no sign of being arrang ed and many friends of the three candidates openly acknowledge that although it Is the field against Me Creay the exGovernor has the advantage II New Deputy Clerks Following is the list of the newly appointed Deputy Clerks for Ohio county made by County Clerk M S RaglandU Ragland L H CondltHart ford W B Taylor Wysosj John Knight Prentls T D Owen Livermore J D Keown Fordsville D B Bartlett Westerfield B P Petty Narrows Robt Simpson Arnold Jas T Davis Sulphur Springs C C Beard Fordsville W H Moore Hart hid C L Woodward Centertown S L Stevens Cromwell WmAwtry Horse Branch A P Butler Flint Springs G P Howard Whlteavllle Mack Cook Arnold B H Stewart Uanda Kit C Byers Olaton T P Black Jingo J C Cbambelln No Creek Robt Hickey Westerfield and Mrs Amy S Wright Megan epA GOOD RECOMMENDATION- I have noticed that the wale on hamberlalna Stomach Liver Tablets is almost invariably to those who have once used them says Mr J H Veber a prominent druggist of Cas cadet Iowa What better recommen iatlon could any medicine have than or people to call for it when again in teed of such a remedy Try them vhen you feel dull alter eating when you have a bad taste in your mouth eel bilious have no appetite or when troubled with constipation and you ire certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which they afford For sale by all druggists mow I Worked Nine Hours St Louis Jan ySix men robbed the Stockyards National Bank last night securing 5000 They came bout 9 oclock and captured the ratchman and fireman of the build- Ing whom they bound and gagged They then worked on the vault for line hours before they succeeded In ipenlog it It was 4 oclock in the Doming when they secured their sooty They have not been heard row CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Blgnature of J B Taylor Prof J B Taylor is one of the most uccejsful educators and Superintend ents of City Schools ever In Middles Bro He has probably reaped the benefit of the good work of his predecessors In office but has raised the efficiency oC that work still higher and is eutl tied to much credit for the emoothness with which he has made the coarse of How About Your Heart Feel your pulse a few minutes Is it regular Are you short of breath after slight exertion as going up stain sweeping walking etc Do you have in left breast side or choke ing sensations fainting or smothering spells inability to lie on left side If you have any of these symptoms you certainly have a weak heart and should immediately take MieV Heart Cure- Mr F H Oaks of Jamptown N Y- whaelenialface appeal btrrt use MiIcnIi- ydceted my heart I suffered Mnn tin and In the Ml I shoulderandtidatwhlletbepalpitattonwould Dr Mike Ueart CUre andsoon round permanent relief Sold by all Drufitata Dr Mlles Medical Co Elkhart Ind p 4JI education in In that which is ordinarily 1 a vry torturous and rpfigl cbanel lie Is a graduate of one of the lead fog Institutions of learning in Indl ana was Vicepresident of West Ken lucky Seminary for five years and Is on his second year as Superintend ent of the City School of Middlesbo rough Last week he was elected President of the School Section of the Kentucky Educational Association and also a member of the executive committee Ills then home paper In speaking of his work in connection with the West Kentucky Seminary said At an instructor he is apt thorough and painstaking and possesses the rare faculty of inspiring his classes with s constant current of geniality and in terest He Is a man of genial person ality gentlemanly demeanor and Christian character To all of which we know of no dis renting voice Mlddlesborough News Marriages- Mr Thomas Hardlster Magan to Miss Lizzie Neighbors Magan MrJ S Neighbors Magan to Miss Annie Coppage Megan Mr D C Lewellen Megan to Miss Alpha Greer Megan Mr C W Foreman Sulphur Springs to Miss Sudle Floyd Sulphur Springs Mr N J Wilson White Run to Miss Palestine Wilson White Run Mr Elmer Barnard Beaver Dam to Miss Ray Reid Prentls Mr V Oiler Sulphur Springs to Miss Mary F Burden Sulphur Springs Mr John F Knight Prentls to Miss Nettie A Taylor Echols Mr Peter Sparks Maxwell to Miss Etta Tyler Maxwell Mr J J Strasburger Spring Lick to Miss Fannie M Sandbach Horse BranchMr T Awls Logansport to Miss Rebecca Coats CromwenIMr John W Simpson to Mrs Nannie Ashby Mantanzas Mr Alex Magan Magan to Miss Mary M Lanham Megan Mr J W Edmonson Mosleyvllle to Miss Annie Goodman Smallhouse Taken up as estray one white and blue cow about six years old unmarked Taken up January 7 1902 Valued by S Mldkifi and J S Vim alt at 2000 Owner can have property by proving title to same and paying expenses W I WIMSATT 3J5t4p Sulphur springs Aching Joints I In the fingers toes arms and other parts of the body are Joints that are inflamed and swollen by rheumatism that acid condition of the blood which affects the muscles also Sufferers dread to move especially after sitting or lying long and their condition Is commonly worse in wet weather NIt bas been a long time once we lave been without Hood My father thinks be could not do without U Ile bas been troubled with rheumatism since be was a boy and Hoods Saraapa rllU U the only medicine be can take that will enable him to take his place In the field Mae ADA Don Sidney lows Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove the cause of rheumatism no outward application can Take them CENTERTOWN KY Messrs L C Brown and W A Rone were in Hartford first of the weekMr T R Bishop who has been sick for quite awhile is thought to be improving slowly Miss Ula Render has recovered now an attack of pneumonia Mr B N Stroud has bought and moved to a farm near Horton Mr U S Faught is building a new residenceMrs Rowe who has been confined to her room for several days with a severe cold is improving Mr G T Tinsley has secured a po sition with the C C Co at Ren der and will move there socn M v For Sale One Tenhorse boiler and engine Aultman Taylor makeln good order practically as good as new One pair of a4 inch under runner corn burrs and the finest kind of meatmakers Price Two Hundred Dollars cash In hand This Is a bargain dont let it slip RENPROW DBAK- 24tf Dundee Ky Notice This is to certify that I have this day set my son Forest Huff free to do hIs own trading and will not be responsible for anydebts that he may make from this date This 16th day of December 1901 24UP J J HOFP Taken up an estiay One white a year old steer mark swallow fork in left ear value fro Owner can have same by proving claim to property and paying expenses 244t G M BAILEY Beda Ky a1aC1Z Hartford College AND Business Institute HARTFORD KlYi COMMERCIAL COLLEGE AND TEACHERS TRAINING SCHOOL UNIVERSITY PREPARATORY WORK A SPECIALTY l Ci ffik6ie ie m ens aye rwH Points to be Remembered 1st Wo advance pupils as rapidly as possible but never lose sight of thoroughness and absolute mastery of tho subject2nd We prepare pupils for passing successful examina tions but never forgot that they must be prepared for the everyday business affairs of life 3d We most earnestly condemn all forms extravagance and dissipation but teach vigorously the general principles of economy and temperance 4th Wo condemn alLvicious and idle habits and insist that our students cultivate habits of industry 6th We give maximum advantages at minimum cost i Expenses COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT Tuition per term of ton week 800 Two terms in advance 1500 Music per term of ton weeks 1000 COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Business Course throe months 2000 Business Course six months 2500 Shorthand three months 2000 Shorthand six months 2500 Business Course and Shorthand eight months 3500 Board per week f 200 General Suggestions Reference books are a necessity so bring all you have especially those on the subjects you expect to pursue We don t propose to guarantee certificates but we do guarantee to give you all tho assistancQ in our power to enable you to attain one or raise tho grade of an old one Extra effort is bestowed on those who are weak in certain branches Students should writs us in advanco of their arrival so that eve may secure suitablo homes for them Be present on the first day of tho term if possible how v er ifypu cannot enter until later enter anyhow and we will see that you have tho very best advantages possible For further information call on or write to TJe MORTON or OiYLSHULTZ tt E 1902IE CLEANING UP Ia SALE Wo know of no better way to celebrate the ad vent of tho New Year than to clean out our house of all goods left ovor from the old year and to began the Spring of 1002 with everything fresh andrnowrFirst however wo wish to extend our grateful acknowledgments to our friends and patrons of the old year for tho exceptionally liberal and generous treatment we received at their hands during the year just closed Nineteen hundredandone may be justly regarded as the highwatermark year of our business If the New Year shall start h off as favorably for us as the old one ends we shall N certainly have no occasion for complaint Beginning at once wo propose to inaugurate the greatest Clearingup and Cleaningout Sale in our line ever known in Hartford Nothing will be reserved jJI but everything goes so that we can make st a cleansweep before moving into our new build ing which will bo some time within the next sixty days Then we shall stock up withevery thing now and fresh aWo shall not undertak to quote prices but jjL only ask of you a visits aAgain thanking you for your liberal patronageSduring tho year 1901 wo enter the New Year with + good wishes for all Yours truly aa- t CARSON CO It r Hartford Ky CCaaCil0 444444 EVERYBODYS STORE I 1901 is Gone01 Tho New Year is uponm It is with grateful hearts to t wardour liberal patrons that we look back over the results of our labors for 1901 Everyimeans ofwhich we could conMceive that would c ntribute to the best interest of our trade has been brought to bear Largo stocks in every department Reliable upto date merchandise at economic pricesVo treat old and young alike All are given equal attention Every dime buys tho same in quantity and quality All dollars contain the same per cent of saving it matters notVrho brings them Ladies Wraps Wo have some Capes and Jackets that wo are making bargain prices on j- Come while wo have your size andsave yourself some money ODDS and ENDS in every department will be sold at greatly reduced prices Now is a good time to secure some extraordinary values inFurs Millinery Underwear Glovog press Goods and Waist Goods RarSBarT gains IlQ Ce 1rb11 So Overcoats in broken lots at a big reduction in prices A nice lino of regular goods in all sizes at the right prices The greatest lino of Suits at 1000 you over saw Odd garments at your own pri- ceSHOESWe k have just received another shipment of our highgrade heavy goods for the muddy season Our lines of 200 260 300 and 350 of mens fine goods are things of beauty and good service ia Fa guaranteed lBring byour Corn and other Produce visit bur store 1 i early in the Now Year and our store will be yourtav riieIplace to buy your goods E P BARNES BRO Beaver5DaK t I tae 63 u AcabcPrcparationforAsk j Promotes DigeslionChecrrul Ics slcontalns pplUmNorphll norNlnerni i NOT NAn c OTIC 014JrSJNlILiTCCm J JLT2zI SJ4- Lrfnn i rfwlM SJJ i c r 1III IJrnftltaid r wti Irr ithpcrrcclRemedy forCcnslipa yo Worms ConvulsionsFcerish ttcss and Loss OF SLEEP ilr facsimile Signature ef aNEW YORK EXACT copyor WRAIJ I M JrFl I YEARS ftfIJoUcn1 GASTOiifl i For Infants and Children The Kind You HaveN Always Bought I No Bears the- Signature I 8 fof I n l Use For Overt in Thirty Years t CASTORIAHC 7rt ZO1IiI FIELD BO1TfCCZS3 STIiOSiaSSSTCSSC TRANSFER LINEcc wc= = nsrossss CCAVc = cAIBARTFORD IlV A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN TilE MOST 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Taft Bros Medicine Co Feb 5 1901 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried numerous I remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle I lound relief at once I have since purchased your fullsiz bottle and I am ever grateful I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work I am now in the best of health and am doing business every day This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit Home address 235 Riving ton street- S RAPHAEL 67 Rast 129th St New York City Trial Sont Absolutely Froo on Rocolpt of Postal Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS1 MEDICINE Co 79 East 130th St N V Cit- ySold by Druggists A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE LU II1DZO J 61 t IjmmCIr4roct1fT1 E tnml JJ c- i brings derived chained putrid Asthma Bottlo g nrlmIlJm2u1Z I m u PILE CURE A Ntw Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERN IL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES I BY MAlt 76 CENTS BOTTLES BO CENTSs JAMES F BAlLMiD Sole Pioprletor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS IHV For Sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky o t i l I J Hartford Republican IIFRIDAY JANUARY Illinois Central RallroaclTlm Tablo New time rnnl taking effeet Snnday 1cq 3 IMOatnoonVnrlll till H IMI Hi Itmiriit mIINolnenl FelKhl llldae7SOn m No 193 doe 2i7 ps B D VlXMKTK AKent 4IJjsLUlLS WMlBt All Hit AILS iIA Dot Court Bin Tsw loud UM Intime Pojij bT druCglIL CONSUMPTION A TRAMPS TRIUMPH Ily One of those rntter wintry nij ht just before CUristnns a poorly ca ittle man vihcfe Ice won prcuiatuie y old stood gazing in through Ib larpe glass front ol u salt ot in a Wer tein Kentucky town A ilisby dits ec young newspaper mail was etoutU enter the salr oj when the little old win whispered Plia e dont go it there because W that vile stuff mj wile is in her grave my children aleI an orphanage and I am a fugitivi rom the well merited scorn ol my rIDer associates lie of the clean and comotableI clothes angrily retorted Dont beI lieve Inc a foot because you were one I used to sing that Fong said thi little old luau its the other coud the door between them The newspaper man went hem earlier than usual that evening bu he did nut sleep till lite in the night The next morning be met the little man In the contt scorn where the ttter was arraigned for vagrancy I interested in this poor fellow Judge let me care for him until the rtMther will permit him to pursue hh way The newspaper man pleaded his good tflers were reeded lor a ew days only for Chrismas Day tbi old wan passed into that vas t that men call death Wbile the newspaper mans wife and children are spending the holidays in a distant city he spends hit evenings in the warm cheery library the Y M C A SHAMROCK Rev J M Yiagllng pastor ol tb Bedford St M E Church Cumber land Md says It affords me grea pleasure to recommend Chamberlains I Colic Cholera and Diarrtora Remedy have used it and know others who have never known it to fail Io by all druggists m The Ginger Jar In common with all mankind remarked the Phiosopher as he sip peel a bit ofegnng from a large glas at which he had been lovingly g6zlngI for smo time I have a resolves Would you like to heat it Sue replIed the Wise Guy they make iDtrtestiog reading es peclally at the tnrtof the year Well hut it ii Be goaL If jou cant be good make n stiorg bufl it may help you some er mt kn ck unlers our kuock will do the kne dad good in the end Spisk well of those who jolly you POWERFUL f N OF THE EAST An Interesting Riplnnntlun of tbelr Unnu IIIothIThe Hwret ol their Marrelao Vitality and Kerv Korre Jwilnnilr Ononled WonirD nt the lluretn Componnd n Iotlon Vbox Rejuvenating BffvcU are AliniMt illrao- nlonit oDd A tunl hlnK tbe host rtIblUoolThe lundrat hopes ol undent or modern seeker niter the Putmtnln ol 1rnietnal Youth eat currelr have nlmeil higher than the result Achieved by the nmrreloD compound knowi throughout the Knut an 1C I MOKIIII- tTrarellen returning to Europe have from lime time brought ntonlblnit tales ol the rejn non linK effects prodnreil by this Wonder oltb OrientCrudely compounded by the Women ol tbe Harem Irom formulas handed down orally Iron xenerntlnn to muenition the secret ot thla prep nratlon thus Jwilonily pnorded nut known ot- to lie InnmteH ot th harem and the Court Th dylan KI MOMUlt bnaheen practically nnot talnuUe xcrptlux by thu liTretlone for wbon It will Intended llweutljr howeveril prominent native Arabian Iylclaabanlnhrd from his eonntry for politico theses noil deprived ol his vast jioMmiton bn avallnl himself ot hi knowledire ta earn a llvrll hood befitting hUntntlonby anpplylng this mat velon compound KI MOKDtllto the oobllltT und wealthier ilHtumi ol all Knrope who hare cheerfully paid him large tees lu return for tb lieni nu revived Content with the largo Income derived froi this practice this itged 1liylclan has repeated reItseed very liberal offer made to him forth formula ol his Itemrdy hut he h811 Hnully ogrw with the Importing boou ol TUB KOYERPCUE CouriNY of rhlladrlphla to put It up In venlent form for stile eicluilvely In the Unite d States und this firm having the exclusive Offencj now offers It for the nrt time to tbe Auiericn IoLIII rrmtxly joust not bo confounded wlihlb nuneiou uvivon exbnnntlon lot niHiiliciot iind wlf uhf e remedies which an ailvertl f ui tier n variety ol mine fl5 there U nlmolntrl nothlnicwiiln dentine ehemlntry hi bren nbl lo produiv wbld nun even approach the iwrile HI Milk II a vegetable compound es traded from rare tioplcnl root and herb KlMOKIIlllUu remedy for one urclfte pus pose wblih I to itiengtben the vital force nd prevent decay In men its marvelous lfoclln ni iestne decay of the II eejscInITy Ii tUe male Iwlnn never mum and M Itsuse ip cnlvel iil aft over tlibnt bon strong virile men nub large fuinlllmnf deere tlaat ure the rnlotbere pmt be nu d inb ellhr uatolt etflclency or bennt to the onrlllar tern While It is an abolqt speeIflC and polllrrl onnmnltml to rnie thii norat eMe ol nervous ilt tiiity lust iuuboid Or similar MMilVni iuM do to caresses or yonilinl dross It is nlo use with the Krenttit suvwd as n rltnlUr Klrla unwiT tJaU wenk srta and developing nil laalntnlnluK the ull uatnrulTlRor of wnnaood Ieitformiuid ftwtlr harmless nnd enalj taken one tablet bvln n jlose lnd doing the work ot once nml peT I ileotly as to leave no doubt In the mind ollb patient H11Itore00onato narenredF- rerfpockHK I opened nhdnMsflyXsUii lerr the IY Rod I then pecked undertheireent lIod 100 tlve ganranl ut order plain c I Ijerteffor tluv AJdr nu Of1 Market pad Iltb 8U fbUadrlpbla se4t IVR IJY U SO 1 Someth1ng Now clor t Sun All Doctors have tried to cult Cataith by the use powders acid gases inhalers mid drugs in paste tarot Tbetr powders dry up the mucuoua luembrnreii causing them cr ck open nrd bleed The power acids used in the irhoierR bsvi entirely eaten away the tame mem branes that their maker have limed to cure while pasttrii nnd ointment cannot reach the dlstnse An ol noil experienced ptactitiotier who has many ytata nude a close study specialityni the trrsttm nt n Cuuiuh lisa at lust fttlCttd a telmvtil which when I thin IY uted r inly ttlieves at ince tut perm iriem cures Cats h by leuiovn R tb f Ftopuinir the dicbargto in cntlng till inflammation Uis t mly remedy known t eiMice t irtually teaches tho ill Ud past this wonderful remedy is known as Snuffles the Guatuntced Catarrh Cure and is soul at the extremely ON price ol One Dollar each package containing intermit and external medicine sufficient lor a lull months treatment iind every liing to its feiftct use ntcusalI r Souffles is the U Cure ever made and ill now 4s the only sale and positive cure for that annoying And difRUftlng disease It CUllS all itflimatiou quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold the Head Icadllltono ordinary remedy hut a comrletfI II treatment which is postively reed to cure Catarrh In tiny rm or stage if uted nccordltu to the tHree tions which HCCoiiiM each pac- k4e lmt dela I nd lor it at once and write lull ps cular us to your condition and yvi will receive Fptcinl advice from the discoverer oft this vyonderlul teiOiy regarding your c xo without cm li yon beyond the regular puce ol nuflles the Gnaranteef1 Catarrh me Sent prepaid to nr nJiirtss In the United St tes or anav ou receIpt I One Dollar Addnr Dept 1 El win B Giles Coitpoy 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia It is only what they have a right to expect Talk less and think mort this is hard but excellent training lor theI mindIBe strenuous in nil things espe cially when you give advice Thh ii tasyDont speak ill of women 0 It Joesnt get you anything even withI the lowest friend you have Dream of doing great things even if you cant Dreamers bave helped humanity as much as doensat times Remember that smart as you are some one tome where at some time has jon beaten a block The truest saying of tbe day is There are others sDout waste time bating your en emles Let the other fellows do the worrying about that Say what you think but dont deny the same privilege to those who think different from you Learn to listen Perhaps youll bear something of use to you some timeBelieve tbe world is a good place to live in There sue people who dont but they learn diflerently alter they are dead Be cheeiful The pessimist is his own worst enemy And above all do everything you do on the level A very good list said the Wise Guy I would suggest only one ado ditlon It refers to the entire lot of resolutions and it will be the easiest to keep What is that demanded the Philosopher Forget itl maid the Wise Guy What a Girl Should Learn To sew To ccoV To mend To be gentle To value time To dress neatly To keep a secret To be sellrellant To avoid idleness To darn Moklngs To respect old age To make good broad To make home happy To be above gossiping To coat i ol her temper To keep the house tidyf To sweep down cobwebs To take care of the sickI To take care of the baby To humor a cross od man To marry a man for lila worth To read the very best of books To keep clear ol trashy literature To take plenty of active exercise 0To be a helpmate to her husband To be light heatUd and fleet footed To wear shoes that wont cramp tbe feet To be a womanly woman under xl ritcumstances Home Mpg zinc It begins to took us thUith we would have to send Funstoa tIer M Ston 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE t TRADE MARKS DESIGN COPYRIGHTS Ac ItAnrone sending a ketth and description may CertIn nut tree wlutber an InTentlon la prubab1jatentabie Coramunlovg lion trictlr anddeoll on Iatenta for ecUflngtafltI- a htunnItb COt RmcrIauI0A efr- t ot an scientifla tumaL Term t3 a r r i foartnonthail So 4b7a11 newtdealen S S mUNN CO 36tBrotayNCW York Srancb OScV St4WubloIlIOO1J Co 1 THREE SCHOOLS IN ONE GREAT BUILDING UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATED UNDER THREE CHARTERSr The Southern Nonnal School the great Independent Nonnal 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II Ilnynl Awnor KurUirttt Im HOK houl Hrialea lfit llaittue I W lint Coroner Sulphur KJlrlIIRIixatlcaa Couxte II B Taylor mmmrH Umtb S J11- crintr 7 liMewUr MHIX- V A IInwIIjtw o Kttmurj II M URUt it November 4 IIT A Kriin fonlrtUe Mimh I Jeer 5 emberS Deeewber IMI II P llrtr Hatenl Martb II Joe ro tHebes 18 Dwralxr II IkM- U 5 Htihotih ftandslinrh 8 JQM 7 I trailerS IfewntorC IM- IToutaUn I W J Stewart Mnn ln J II i ale lrantis Jerome AUr JDRO I U i4 llafard =ertoo Orrrlcva- U Iioreb South Kvrflm bird Bonday each at 11am aad 7 p mead loan Sunday nt7p m rrnytr niretiag trery 1- dalloa Key Ji C IHrK Iaitnrl- laptlut buboo nrhM Md rwowl Sundayl- with month at 11 a m nod 7 p in 1rayer mwi loitertry Tbvnday ermliic Rev II II 10 baa Tutor C I CburehSevvIer InC Sliaday I month at II a DI and 11 In Ret J II I ned poator- fthool Truntm llarttordJai P MDIer J Rleon W II llardnkk WII ilauty Woodbur Tlnnlry II H Thomas Town Trontwn It T Colllnii J II Mattlari Shelby Taylor BW Ford A IMVhlte llarttw- rCocr t Pecistion A O U W meats ae und nod fourth Wnlan ilny nights Kklnlita of Bqalty mrctxetond nihl fourth Sot rdoy nights KnIght at Honor mtA Ant end third Hntnr lay nlghta Hartford IoiIge No Ia P A A Maaoni Stat Monday night In with month Iloogh filter lodgeNo 110 Knight ot 1y thla meet errry Tnnday night Irraton Morton Poet No 4 U A R hold rrg alar meeting Saturday belorttintSnnday IB each monthatAll memb n of the renprcttra lodn art Invited attend nit meetings NEW THROUGH LINE BETWEEN tVAHSYlUC AND CHICAGOA established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central betwee Evansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the roa from Evansvllle to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D E Ry The services is as follow- sNcRTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun Lv Evansvile 73op m 730 am Ar Chicago 7ooHm 7oopra SOUTH BOUND Daily Ex Sun LvChicago 840pm 83oam Ar Evans ville 805801 550 p m Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chat ars on day trains licktts ol your local ticket agent WORMS 1 TRTU1Th1oCSflAnCAL APpeAL to the subscriber making the trat correct or nearest correct guess on Cotton received In Memphis from 1 1901 to and Including April IS 1902 the only provlalou being u that each and every guess mutt be accompanied by 50 cents for a years subscription to MEMPHIS WEEKLY COMMERCIAL APPEAL iTHE the Croat Nowa Farm and Family Journal of the Soutit first correct or nearest correct guess on the number of bales of Cotton received In Memphis I 1901 to April 15 1901 will be awarded In cash as follow t If received In December i 5OOO If received In January 3500 February If Cl To I plainer the proposition Is simply this If the correct or nearest correct ucu ls received In- C September the fortunate guesser will receive Sio cash If not received until October the guesser will receive Qooooo it not until November 4750000 It not until December 5ooooO it not until January 350000 If not until February 200000 not until March 100000 f TUB MEMPHIS WEEKLY COMMERCIAL APPEAL U the greatest news farm and famllxJojrnal of the United States At only SO cents a year It give ten an j twelve pages weekly of news apecially prepared farm matter by Prof 8 M Tracy a woman and childrens department by Mrs Jane a religious page with Dr Talmagea Sunday sermon and a Sundayschool lesson a short story and a continued story the latest market reports Washington gossip and many columns miscellaneous news and Information raptr Can Ito Sent to Any Addraa and Ooeaa Credited lo lady Maklnc llrmllUur CONTEST CLOSES ON MARCH 31 1902 mldalcbt but the guru l tots oath nunberol balei of tnt received I Nmpbl from September I 1I to April U 11 inclusive the official fiuaof the KetnphU Colic Ki eto tie the figure upon which the coolctt U lobe decided order to belperery one lo firure closely and enable them make a close rant the rrrelpti la MempbU brtweea lbs toenUoBetl for tbe pail nil yeses art Iven below M rhJesruI rzlmo is XIlf tram Sews 1 IIU Io April 1O 1SB3 OA1O 4 xr aIr mlM In 1110 frse rpl 1 lava l April IB lv4 4W7I4S NuNefbsJof II ridia Mphis 0trseSpLIlnSSApti 161101 44l v4 In ffmwi ps 1 IMBTi I April IB SIWN jiu ai- HMbrry rbaJr r r U r rrl4 I frmm Ufft 1 lK a lo April law 1515 S V brrba1sf Ilareiediufrse lepi 1 Is5v I Aprli IS 1500 iauOol i XiserrbaifwsS rlyd I geese apu I 1000 t April la 1PO1 4K No cares will be recorded where postmark shows leIterwaamglIe4JaSrr baa nareh Sot under no circumttancea will acveta be recorded wheia idler tbaa April J IIOZImOInItIIrWbItdamIUfPOIm7Iklater SEND FOR A FREE SAMPLE COPY Make remittances payable to lad address TUB WEEKLY COJUIUHCIAII ABUSampbU Tann ANNOUNCEENT Illinois Central R R Cuba Illlnoi eaten Einnlon to tuba adi learo Ih oiro Mu loOalII1JaDnarT l olnta on return 1rbrurrr II A drllthttl voyage across the lull ol Meilro n lit itii utajr on the island ol raba iwlndlnt a TUIt to havana Mataniiw the Vallwr of Yamnri tb ram of Hello hiss ami other lolrllot imlau under th escort l Amrrenn ToarUt tsaoelntion Hate frnm the points DieuKoMil tw fItSM rot be sound 1p which amount oil Inclaile all epenseseverwbere Itlnrrarki alTlnx hill partleaMrn ot foot local liHoola Stat ticket agent Mardi GrasT I ocean i New Or on Feb I Cdii II 16W Forll salon rateS vlllUlneffKt to New orleans on perlOe data whltb jour local ticket agent alit be able to iufUo iou Mexico our of nil Meilro Tilt the IlllnoU Cential under the auspIces ol the Atnrrlenti locust Anoelntlon pill 1ICalifornia renoaally Cnndniv I ted Weekly Kioor I 1toiosUna Frasdiica a follows Via Pew Orleans and the Honthi n flout every Wednetdoy train dbl eigo every Friday from Cincinnati full particular concernlnK all ol the above ran lx had ol agent ol the Illinois Centra or by nd dreulng the nenre t ot the unilerilgned repvMn tatlve of the Central Wu MITBAV D I A New Orean J A SCOTT iS P A Memphis W A KILLOIM AU I A lnlvie I WHITES CREA- MVERMFUCEJlMtlnCuantltr hesS Is Qaslflr For 20Ytars Has Led all Worm Remedies W SOXZ9 Xlf AI3J aOMTTCfcGrXSTQ Prepared br A JAMES F5 BALLARD St LOUIS For Salu by J n Wi rurigistehiuti t uy tit g 4 Americas Best t i Republican P DerS I Jj EDITOR LY FEARLESS t S CONSISTENTLY REPUBLICAN AMVAVS r41 Nrw from all pan if the VoridWeIlwittrn5ii 2j orie1 storiei Answtri to queries on alt ubj ct tt 4Aitic1 on lieiHh the h me one hooktOti on Work1 49 Aut Farm and Oir Vn I J WEEKLY WTEROCEAN 41 TUR INTEI OE J mn t p 10 1St 41 PIS and iiI j th w h n Y r 41ihlClIImlIII 41t f p 9- C ivey hsple ijati 1tt1 pnejtstbrsl l t = WIIV It I the Hit = 4C Py VC it I C b U rl PUtU r W 4t tittfl demIlSIIe l3l fi j 41 41 Repubiscan41 r Hartforn Ky I COo w COorro NO NNO NO N r Y V 9 V li I Jc c If received In 2jOOO I received In IOOO hI bo the Ibe will den SEND GUESS AND REMIHANCE SANE LETTER I guess that the number of bales of cotton received In Memphis from Sept 1 1901 to April IS 1903 will be- bales f 15 Sendpap to Poatolllcet 11iJI COunt11 M State Enter guess to Poitofce State USE THIS COUPON WHEN POSSIBLE If tiled oat proprlr H la aot neceturj to writs a letter with Ib IOIO OIGII oooto oo oIC o orv T I 4 A RARE OPPORTUNITY J SGIVEN AWAY I 7 T FRE E RAU FMQV INI1 pmTDRB EIGHT IN NUMBER AU tcDa Multi Pl Unum Prin s TWKLVE IN NUMBER iin Urn Coin CDS lepktis in Ota iTWELVE IN NUMBER reproduction from each of the above famous sets of beautiful pictures will lo given away every copy of the bunday Commercial Tribune Each series alternates with the other and in order to et them complete wbscribo at once Sffo a month or 125 for six months for the Sunday Commercial Tri bune UTVewant the entire series THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE CO 5 OINOINMATI OHIO r rnDI1t I I AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY IncorporatedCAPITAL 25000 00 RESERVE SURPLUS ess 125000 00 AMOUR PAID COUPON HOLDE1S2OooOOoQA- dtess an correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TEEM TO FIRST CLASS AGENT r ARE IyuU ANY HEAD NOISES ALL OASES DEAFNESS OR 4H titS HEWINGI ARNOW OURBUE t by our slew Invention Only those tknrnxdeaf are incurabl- eHEAD SE IMMEDIATELY FAWEIMAtI1Q1 BALTIMORE SAYSIS I Mardt Ji tocl Ttiu ui r IJiSIafulhh- mieioryofznycase 1 will now Kite Til tabeuMMalYOUDUWKiiga ev4 sny fJberof tameL ninoag othIrs t11jtLonly Itt operstioncoud lifip Ie nt y1f tIttAttTttxSp41br1I75tlaaLt2w4ig4sOtev5rQid Ihell ceasej tlb e ArrtU d rttJ then saw your molvrrtbcmfftt aeetkflaPymp5 4iW t tEt yollrllCd meat AUtr I bud an54 ltcmly II Ccy to durccdosys7ttle dtWa ce today pfter five week III bc rlllr Site djaeidUiiiaebecntmst1rcly rctiircL J thallk you ber1IYIID bcitoTCmllu Cie wssa 7jb 8 Jroa4way1liqmore Md Oiirtrcaimcnt Iocs not titcrfcro with your usual occupation f- Ezasnination and5Vntl alL I a1- I COREiYOlJnSELFATKOrflEodvlce freej IUU CAN a INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLIKIP 596 LA SALLE AVE CIIICAOD1LL4 H 7 f 1 L 0 I Aetab1cPrcparaionforAsI r I I I IInIISIOI1tb5flDtll3O1ISOfProm1csDigestionChctfu1 I I iicssondHcstContalns I O mNorpblnc norlfincral NOT NA3IC OTIC I JItI 0lJlJrSINlZrrrrcm n 1z7 rG stJ I fr- i nnJdQd LI IKntSrnl s i at lion Sour StomachDiaithoa OnTIS Conulsionsrc rjsh ness and LOSS OF SLEEP t facsimile Signature cf L NEW YORK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPED Y I YEARS l CASTORIA For Infants and Children 190 The You Have No No No ioAlways Bears theII Signature of just I lyn tetn 1AOPr isem For Over in wile Thirty Years CASTORIA1i he E o FIELD Bowfe00 = rcnOEncno TRANFEIILINEiro c= tron A ==AV== = AfeABTFORD sYlitA FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST CmlFORTAFLEre VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED and ASTHMA CURE FREE Astumalcnn Brings Instant Relief and PermanentC Cure in all Cases i ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL IVIIITU YOlfl Nun AMI A I 1 ItESS 1IAIMY 0 CHAINED ORT 1 I Kind There is totblng like Asthmalenc It biiugs Instant relief even injthespgsr cases It cures when all else ails The Rev C P Wells of Villa Ridge at Hi says Your trial bottle oi Asth malene received in gond condition Jfor cannot tell ou bow thankful I feel for of the good derived from it I was a slave i chained with putrid sore throat and Asthma for ten years I despaired ever being cured I saw joir advertisement for the cure oi this dreadful and tormenting disease Asthma and thought you had overspolen yourselves but re solved to give it a trial To my aston tEb went the trial acted like a charmsSend me a fullsize bottlet Roy Dr Morris Wochslor Rabbi of the CongoBnAllsrael New York Jan 3 1901 Drs Talt Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen Your Asthmalene is an excellent remedy for Asthma and liar Fever and its composition alleviates all troubles which combine with Asthma Its success is astonishing rd vunderlul Alter having it cutlulH analyzed we can state that Asthmalere cotitaint 110 opium morphine chioroform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS WECHSLER Avon Springs N Y Feb 4 1901 Dr loft Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a sense of duty having tested the wonderful eflsct nl yur Asthmalene for tie cure of Asthma My has been afflicted with spitsmodic asthma for the past 12 years Having exhausted my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign upon your windows on I3th street New York I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene My wife commenced taking it about the first of Nomember I very soon noticed a radical Improvement Alter using one bottle her Asthma had disappeared and she is entirely tree from all symptoms I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with Listo distressing disease Yours respecllully O D PHELPS M D Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Feb 5 1901 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 32 years I have tried numerous J remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle I lound relief at once I have since purchased your fullslz bottle and I am ever grateful I have family of fourI children and for six years was unable to work I urn now in the best of health and am doing business every day This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit Home address 235 Rivlngton street- S RAPHAEL 67 East ugth St New York City t Trial Bottlo Sent Absolutoly Froo on Rocolpt of Postal Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE Co 79 East I30th St N Y Cit- ySold by Druggists t A BOON TO MANKIND L DR TABLERS BUCKEYE DJIOzI 1n4fdn OJ iI ctr0 11 TI uE 11 M 11ft1 11 i IT1 0 en 10 J U no rr1 If PILE I CURE I A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and I EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN I N CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED f i TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTB BOTTLES 60 CENTS I c lES F BJJWiD Sole Pzaprletor1 310 North Main Street ST LOUISEMP I For Sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky P t ievo r Harttorb Republican FRIDAY JANUiRV IfIllinois Central Rallroad Tlmi ITabloffct Sunday Ire 9 110Inrlhrllrol FIglIl 1tldn7Hni No IBS due SBT p mIK n VAXMETKB Airrat to l nod tUKtS WMtKt ALL ttt IALS lor fleet Couen Bjmp Tutes Goud Uw ardIn time Sold br dro lrt CONSUMPTION I A TRAMPS TRIUMPH Iy One of those tatter wintry night if before Christmas a poorly clad title nan where law was premature old stood gazing in through Iht rge glass front ol u suit oi in a Ver Kentucky town A flisby ditstei Inoung newspaper tnaB was a ter the ealroj when the little oldIe n whispered Tlta e dont no it there because of that vile stuff 01Ctis in her grave my children an orphanage and I am a fu auI rom the well merited scorn ol 01Ifarmer associHtts in lIe of the clean and corn clothts angrily retorted Dont bete lieve me a fool because you were OflC I used to sing that song raid tht little old tuan is the other coitd theI door between them The newspaper man went burnt earlier than usual that evening bul 0 did nut sleep till Utc in the night 0- Thenext morning he met the little man in the court rcom where the was arraigned lor vagrancy IIJ el Interested in this poor fellow let me care for him until the- cether will permit him to pursue hi a3 The newspaper man pleaded is good tflcrs were reeded lor i w days only for Christnas Day the old wan passed into that vail alm that men call death While the newspaper mans wife children ale spending the holl days in a distant city he spends hit evenings in the warm cheery library fthe Y M C A SHAMROCK Rev J M Ytngling pjstor ol the IBedford St M E Church Cumber land Md says It aflords me great leasure to recommend Chamberlain olic Cholera and Diarrbora Remedy have used it and know others who have never known it to fail Ior sale by all druggists m The Ginger JarIIn common with all mankindj remarked the Philosopher as he sipped a bit of e Kno from o Urge glas which he had been lovingly gazing f sorno time I have prepared a list resolves Would you like to heart Sue rrplled the Wise Guy fthey make interesting reading es peclally at the end of the year Well htrf it is Be goad If jou cant be good R strong bufl it may help you ome D nt kn ck unlets sour knock will ilo the kmckd good In the end Spiak well of those who jolly c POW RFUtM OF THE EAST An InUrcotlnir of their Unniua IItlolltbIThellr1 nf their Marrrloni Vitality and Nun Fone Jmloaily lunnld WumiD nl the Harem Componnd nlotlon Who llrnvenattng Hffecta nn Alinunt Mlrao nlunn and Antnnkhlng the Most lftJoIkltIlThd fondest hops nf ancIent nr modern weker utter the Fnuntnln nl Irritunl Youth raD rrolv have aimed bilker than the result nchlevei by the marvelous compound know throughout the Emit us El MOKIIIIt Trarpllora returning to Europe hare from tim time brought nutonlihlna tales vI the relo Tenntlng eltrcta prwlnred by this Wonder of tbe Orient Crudfly compounded by the Women ol th harem from formulas handed down orally from Kcnerntlon to muemtion the HHret ot thla prep nratlon thus Jvitluutly gnurdv l nnd known onlj to tlie Inmates nl th llnrvm nnd the Conrtlhy ulcluim 11 MOUIUll biinbtvn prurtlcally aDobe tnlnable HXceptlnK by the I ircredonte toe whom It was Intended Itwrntly however i prominent native trebles 1yaUlan bnnlidinl from his country forpolltlcu otlrnne neil deprived of hla vast poMwulona hm nvullml hlmarll nf hla knowleilxe to earn II llrrll hood befitting hl itatlonby aupplylng thla mat veloun compound HI MOKIIIIt tu the nobliit and wealthier clnunif nil Europe who hays chwrfully paid htm large fw In return forth benefit rhodC- Ollteot with the large Income derived thin practice this aged 1hynlilnn baa repe reliinnl very liberal offer made to bla for the formula ol his Uemrdy but be baa dually curve01 with the Importing houMOt TIE COMPANY cit Philadelphia to put It up It venlft form fur unlo exclusIvely In the United States and thla firm bavlnfftba exeluklve agency now offers It for tiw firit time to the Americas jmbllc Ibis remeify must not bo confounded wlis tbe nnmviou neivon vzhnnntlon bet niniibiiod nnd salt abuse reincdle which are ndrertlwHl un tier it variety ol n loire UI there I ntxultitel mithliiK udentlncchemUtrr hi been nbti lo lrodorebIh coo wen npproacb the itwilm III a pnivly vexetatile compound ex tracted Scorn rare tioplcal route Kl MOKIIIIt la u remedy for one niwcine pose which Is to attenqtben the Yltll for and prevent decay In men Iti mHrvelnn effect In nr letting decay ol the vital priuclplea especially It tUe mule being unpuralleleil never fallitig- mid as Its she is cnlveinul nil over IbjKnst when strong virile moo nlth large lamllle of diMvn dint use the rub there must be no ilnubl elthei us to It ettlelency or benefit to the general eye tern While It In an absolute apeclflc nnd ponlllvelj cnarantiwl worst case ol nervous de blllty lost utdo similar weakne M dm to cheeses or yomhul eiror It I 10 uotd with the greatest ou xea na n Tltnllier Rlvln to nil wenk pert nnd dcveluplng nllo maintaining theJuIl natural vigor of innnhood It Is put up fur the Amerlfon trailn In table t h exiremelr puwerfallt per tnfectiCthe once so 5v thdendVe pailent It will runyon aon 0 Kverv pvckan bi opened and rarefunv exa 1010001 the Import when Hacked under their seal and IUltIRoBrnDI cure It will be tent epem5 the ll 100 per or paf AddrewTliS NorraKULLlcntourmv Market and Slth Bti IliUadelpbla A Von UY- Sumotli1nNtw O is o w JQri t Sun All Ductota have tried to cult Catatih by the use powders acid paSllIlormlI entirely eaten away tbe tame mem brunts that their makers have aimed cure while pastel and oirtmcnU ntot reach the dlsnse An oW experienced practitioner vrhn has mny year made n close study speciality nl the treatment n Cuatth hits at lust feilCtrd n telincut which when I thin ly ucci n inly ulitves at cnce hnt penn tens cures Cuts h by itniovf jj tb eUsr ftupulnir the dicbaiRtK n ruling till inflamnratin It is I only remedy known t1 efnee ti tually reaches the i ill ted putt rhls wordetful remtdy is known os Souffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cute nnd is soul at the extremely ON price ol One Dollnr each package toataiiilrc Inlernnl anti external llclne sufficient lor a full months stud everything necessary its ret ft ct use T Snuffles is the only perfect to ever made and is now cognized s the only sole and positive cure forth Mini t annoyinp rncj disgusting 11Isea c- It cures all itflimatioti quickly nnd permanently and U nlso wonderfully a quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold the Head Catanh whets ne Uctcd often leads Consumption bruffles wilUI Bve you it you use it nt once It is no ordinary remedy hut a complete U tment which Ii postively uuxranv to cure Catarrh In tiny firm or stage if uted accordlr r to the direc tons which Hccuinpry each pack tv Dont rielaj tt nd lor it nt nnd write lull pr culars as to your condition and yvi will receive FptclHl advice irom the discoverer of this wondetiul teniiy regarding yonrcAsa without co tn yon beyond the regular price ol nufflss the Gn ronteef Catarrh vine Sent prepaid to itr tdrss in the IDI United Stntes or n0 cu receipt i I One Dollar Addnf Dept I KJ win B Giles CoiTHny 2331 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia It is only what they have a tight to expect Talk less and think mon this is hard but excellent training for the mindBe strenuous in nil things espe cially whtn you give advice This is asy Dont speMtc ill of women It locsnt get you anything even with the lowest friend you have Dream of doing great things even if you cant Dreamers have helped humanity as much us doejrsat times Remember that smart as you are some one tome where at some time jou beaten a block The truest saying of the day is There are others Dont waste time hating yonr en emles Let the other fellows do the worrying about that Say what you think but dont deny the same privilege to those who think different from you Learn to listen Perhaps youll hear something of use to you some timeBelieve the world is a good place to live In There ate people who dont hut they learn diflerently alter they are dead Be cheerful The pessimist is hjs 1own worst enemy And above all do everything you do on the levelVA very good list said the Wise Guy I would suggest only one ad dition It refers to the entire lot of resolutions and it will be the easiest to keep What is that demanded the Phioopher Forget 111 fold the Wise Guy r What a Girl Should Learn To sew To ccoV To mend To be gentleVTo value time To dress neatly To keep a secret To be sellreliant i To avoid idleness e 1 To darn tokings To respect old age To make good bread To make home happy To be above gossiping To control her temper To keep the house tidyf To sweep down cobwebs To take care of the sick j I- To take care oi the baby To humor a cross od man To marry a man lor lila worth 11To read the very best of books To keep clear ol trashy literature To take plenty of active exercise ODeTo be a helpmate to her husband To be lighthearted and fleet looted To wear shoes that wont cramp the Sect To be a womanly woman uqder hi circumstances Home fttg zinc It begins to look us tlvuith we would have to send Funstoa Itrr Moor Stan 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGN COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone tending A aketch and description nay onleklr dine ail tloiuitrtctlrnmuilentbtl ii rntablotounl tent free for Patenta taken through Mann A Co raciSts spetLil noiSes without acme Inthe Scientific Hm riCan A handoml flhustted weekty Tsrye4 dr eIentIIO fennn a C oidbjslinewedaIertUNN I r 1 THREE SCHOOLS IN ONE GREAT BUILDING UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATED UNDER THREE CHARTERSf The Southern Normal School the went Independent Normal Training a School of the South An able Vacuity of i i d Specialist has charge of the tlllTerciit Department nil thorough practical ansi comprehensive teaching ii done and C tsrvtL ItnllI h Teachers State State Diploma Preparatory Elocution Oratory Vocal Instrumental Music courses are taught We most reipeclf ully invite all 11who to takes LswCeuueo Investigate the Ojq work we are doing In our I Law School BOWLING CREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE The leading fluiaees Training School of the South Thousands of the Dtuincu Men of the country ore graduates of isis institution ChoolalaltaraA41tou want a thorough Commercial Rducatlon ant a Position when you e phr cuts Scold completea course It wilt pay you to Investigate what we otTer AU the one Commercial nrancbere taught Including llookkctplng shorthand n t j Typewriting Ilntineaa Correnpondencr 11Theonl school of Its kind In the Sout A regular Iw 1enmanihlp Oualneaa Practice etcW1terj1 sod practical lialtroud Sian baa charge of thewock a Our studtiitit are universally aucceuful In the Commercial attendance theStudents will be in daily during 9 II and Irofeulotnl Votld and never fall to accuse the 99highest positions of honor andtmit present scholastic year 4 THE GREAT INDEPENDENT NORMAL AND BUSINESS TRAINING SOHOOLS OF THE SOUTH aWBE SURE TO MENTION COURSE WANTEP WHEN YOU WRITE Catalogues and Journals Free Address H H CHERRY Banoral Manager Bo lljB Srsfl Ky = =Wlla tfaru- CoCcwntyC- lrtnlt roortW T Owtn Judge J t I Utoriicy iwehetiort T II Muck Jnllir IndtmiD Clerk Ituwan llulhrunV Must r I nUflonrr II H likens Tinittfc Jury Fnntl Htorroa Slicrltf Hartford lHimy dm in Ilocltcr T II llrnton J 11 Taylor W 8 llnslfjr n CourteouTfitw lint Monday in Uurrl Augvkt mil contInues ihm weeks iso Monday In liar und NuTiuilwr two week- sLouatwLuumtJ r Miller Judge 111 nnu llrrk U roo llnmln Attorney tins to Court convene Scat Mua ny Inrflrh most Qanrtrrljr CoortIHBIM on the thirst 35- Ui April July October and January Court oll1nhUalulIrt Mauddy lu Tuesday ntur pvWBd MomMy la cctoiH other OWcrn X Moly Surveyor skr II lloyd Assessor KorHvtlle Fan hog School Harlnl ident llnrlhml row Sins LVrone Sulphur Kprlnir- a7u cica3 Ceuzto II II Taylor CroimrrllMttRli I Jest teintwrr DewmUrr 1961 W A Hone Centerun fttirnary II tin AUKUit M Noveml r I Iwl T A Krnun PordsvtlkMureb 1 JaM M kralxrS Detrinbrri INI II F Urarn llnford Mnrrfa SI JOB n timber tv DecrmWr II IIIIItIO S Kltihnxh Dundw JUrth I Jaw 1 ImborOImborllvvl I Cuuublra W J ilurt Uacda J II I 1rentU Jerome All JIngo I I Net Itafo- rdnolltlouo Carrrlcco- M Eburch Kouth Svrrt tnlrd Sunday each month at 11 a in and 7 p m and fourti Knndajr at 7 p m Irnyer meeting every WrUuw lay ev ilDS net JO Petrlf 1nttor- llaptlit Chnnh errtiva heWsecued Kandny nth month at 11 a m and T iv in 1rayer UserS IDK erery Thirxlay ereulaK Rev II It MI ham Piutor C I CburrbSeeyfres Smut Susday In mnnth at II a m awl 7 p n Slit J n I oed poster H houl TrnnUwi lUrttord Jan 1 Sillier J I Jima W tl llardnlek W II Mousy Woodbur rinnley II U Thomaa Town TruiteMlt T Colllnn J JI Slnttloil hrlby Taylor UW Ford A lUVhlto llartto- iCoezat pocietiea A O U W elects aeeund and fourth Wedae lay iil hta- KntRhta of Equity mrttaMcoad ansi fourth Sat irday night- Knlgbtaot Honor moeta fint and third 8atnr lay night Hartford fodfre No 6Th P A A Mason 111 Monday night In each month Hongh Hirer IodnXo 110 Knight of 1ythla meet every Tnenday sight 1reaton Morton lot No 4 U A It hold ree sins meetltga Saturday beforeBratSnndayln oMb nonth All members of the reopectlre lodrea are invite I ittead all ucetlnir NEW THROUGH LINE BETWEEN IMHSYIUC A- HDCHICAGO A new through car line has been established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central betwee ivansvill and Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the roa from Evansvllle to Mattoon formerly a part of the P D E Ry The services is as follows NORTH BOUND 5Daily Ex Sun Lv Evansvile 73op m 7Joaml U Chicago 7oonm 7oopra SOUTH BOUND Dally Ex SunI Lv Chicago 84opm 830amI irEvansville 8058 in Through sleeping cars on night rains and through free reclining chad is on day trains Tickets of you agentWORMS ft RTNE FOR 50 CENTSAn opportunity to get thousands of dollars In cub is offered by TilE MUMPUIS WIEKLY COMMI3R 1 CIAL APpeAL to the subscribers making the first correct or nearest correct ness ou the number of bates of I Cotton received In Memphis from September 1 1901 to and Including AprIL 15 1902 tire only provision being J that each and every guess must be accompanIed by SO cents for a years subscription to THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY COMMERCIAL APPEAL Tho Great Now Farm and Family Journal of the South I The first correct or nearest correct guess on the number of bales of Cotton received In Memphis from September I 1001 to April 13 ipoa will be awarded In cash as follows I If received In December I 5OOO I If received In January s To be plainer the proposition Js simply this t the correct or nearest correct guess received In l Septembe the fortunate guesser will receive io 00000 In cash not received until October the guesser will receive 000000 not until November 730000 not until December 500000 If not until January 330000 If not until February 300000 not until March 100000 TilE MEMPHIS WEEKLY COMMERCIAL APPEAL U the greatest new farm and of the United States At only 50 cent a year It Rives ten anil twelve pages weekly of news specially farm matter by Prof S M Tracy a womans and childrens department by Mrs Jane a with Dr Talmages Sunday sermon and a Sundayachool lesson a short story and a continued story preparedImarket reports Washington gossip and many columns miscellaneous news and information Paper Can fle Sent to Any AddrM stud Guess Credited to rarly Slaking U mllUue CONTEST CLOSES ON MARCH 31 1902- at midnight but the guru litobrontha number of balea of cat ton r ITO ID Memphis IrolD I 10110 April U 1101 inclusive the official Dfurea of the Memphis Cottaa Ka rbI lo te the figures upon which the contest Is lobe decided In order to help eiery one la ficur closely and enable then to make a close the receipts la Memphis brtwee tba date mentioned roe the pest year art given below xbr rblrsretss rmIetI Se II froo kpI 1 save lo April la n593 H61110A KWr r air r tt rr lTX In MrB- rr 1 Kept 1 104 t April IB iv- NubrrDsleof iAmtt r l ll Mriioji svpu i ineo t April 10 107 auuxHmbr r b lee f e ista retv4 In tfem ala rr m pt 1 IHBT 1 April IA Itvn 514SP- O10Usbr5aJs rcU eeIv4 Mra i mm apt is 1555 lo Arrebr r bale r eCts 100 tAgriS 1X O i6TUO- C PI lTr7lr rtt r Kept S llKKf I April la IH1 655455 No guess will recorded where postmark how- eIetterwsmlIe4iater than Alarcli SI IBOZ Sot eircumatancea wilt at ieae be recorded whet letter rner at the Commercial Appeal office later thaw SpillS 1902 no matter what date of postmark SEND FOR A FREE SAMPLE COPY Makt rcmlttancea payable to sad tddrtaa TUB WEEKLY connERciAi APPEAL Bcmphls Team ANNOUNCEMENT Illinois Central R R I Cuba Jllluoii rvturnt Eiraralu toIill leave tengn toelII1Jaooarlvaluta on the ntorn febrourr 11 A dollehiO voyage acres the lull ol Meilrn oolltI T stay on the Island of Celia iwlillnir a visit tu IfnTiiai luntsniaa the Valley of Yamnrl the r6s of llellit liar nod other Inten tlnu jinlaw under the escort of the moo Tourist AMOtlntloo Rates frosts the points nmtlaseil will to I1UOO for the touad 1t which amount 5l1 Inrlodeall eiWD neTrr htre Itlnrriirk glTlngtull partiroUm otjour local li ool Cn tral tkket nitent Mardi GrasT to oretn I Sew Or nn Vets 1 lOrJdl itmFoilt enDillon rate will In IullectI in New Silence on uptime dalM whlcb jour lixvil ticket agent v111 be Mile to adds you Mexico 3500 IVIII- Itz nirotill Urtlro via the Illliola IVntiiU under the Ioartot ltbnttodlollJIo California1vpoDall Cnndao I Sims ihruaah and t Stan Fninettwo aa follows Via New Drlraoa and 110 Honthefn Route every WediwaJny from Cbl ego every Friday from UndODtul lull particular B rnlngiill ut the ahoy ran bo had of agents of the IlllnoU VntrnL or by ilrr lnn the nmrMt ol the undersigned repvaen tatlrra uf the Central rWI MfnRit II I1 A Sew OreiMia J A ShoT II 1 A Memphis W A KMLOIII AU 1 A loni Tie u I WHITES CREAM VEREVISFUCEItMllaQuaatltr I For 20 Yrs Has Led all Worm Rcmcdiis W2REi XsAXjXi XtTTOrOXSTSSPrepared by JAMES F BALLARD St Louts For Sale Uy J h Wi ruuijist nit u I uy p Americas Best t- fi 4 Republican P per = ED1TOR1LY FEARLESS i t CONSISTENTLY REPUBLICANJWJ Itr5 4 New from all payS f lhtWorldWell wiitlenHi lorl lnAllllone Answtn to queries on all subject r t t S on hriUh the hme new hook aid on Work 1 4 4 ASUt tin Farm ande enVJ iWEEKLY l TERnCEAN Ii 4 Tun INTmvOR J sfl I r A Ih 190 4Prsand His tD w r r t riv g inlellennlI i a I 4hstIS the NW Y T f a Vt l 4 Ivry b Fit IsiI I lt oe1pd 1 thr f iV t eWUYiHiihr HK r 4 Py pit5 Mr tJ S- oorl 4c PUBII tN5t 1 C itS o dcatolt taue 141 I fi I RepijfoSican tit Hartfnrrt Ky f N NUNNN N N tO N v vyy yy v d hI I VSs If received In February If received In March IIf Is If If If alz be nd ii SEND GUESS AND REMITTANCEIX SANE LETTER I guess that the number of bales of cotton received In Memphis from Sept 1 1901 toApril 15 1902 will be baless tBendjpaper to IPostotncet IContyftLjState Enter guess to PostotBce State USE THIS COUPON WHEN POSSIBLE If SlIM out properly It la sot necessary to writ a litter with Ik rOICIOIO eIOSO5OOeOOIQCoooCIoCO- a A RAQEOPPonthiiwr 1GIVEN AWAY FLEE VVV1 RAU TAMUV IIIDIN PI TUR EIGHT IN NUMBER klas MiiPlalim TWKLVE IN NUMBER Am ri au Tnr olQr Co R r QUCUon in o1m TWELVE IN NumumI from each of the above famous sets of beautiful pictureswill bo given away with every copy of the iniday Commercial Tribune Each alternates with the other and in order to get them complete subscribe at oncc SSc a month or 185 for six months for the Sunday Commercial Tri bune That you 11ll1 be convlnccll sample co We feel that it win please you and that you will want the entire seriesSTHE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE OINOINMAIIOfJIOTr AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY Incorporated CAPITAL STOCK n sse 25000 00 RESERVE SURPLUS eeee 5551cc 125000 00 AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDEfi2OOOOOO- OV aU correspond eoce to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY 0- I GOOD TERM TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS ARE DEAF 2000 1000 ILJ Prints reproduction scmllJofor CO- I IOU ANY HEAD NOISES i ALL CASSSf Ql DEAFNESS OR HAt0 HEARSNG9 5 ARE WOW CUeBkEby our slew invention Otiljr Oi6se Dorqxdeaf are Incurable HEAD NOISES GMSE SMMEDJATELY F wcfMAN OP HAUTIMORB sAYar raebsLsmes foil a full htttory of my case tobeu Matyou efAbout Seq year clItl tousan4lt1 kcstu gtttIsgvwfcusrill llo ray hearing In car cntlrciylMak I underwent treatment lor cattrrborjhr JBfftlh without nv ucrtilVontuUcrt a mrt r berof 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