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I xUrtoo Obierratloajekalr Cir TralailMT cad Ix aliTllltroai Btreatk ItrMt Dalon Pnot oaaMti c witk trails of till Baurotd cad a1i a It LLp iictral r 1 rortit9rItitIuadrs j1Iinuop oaT IIUUl nxat 0 wllUT4nOllata 0 rLoal t a t t CIILPTrllmcwur lwu1 a trt iiiesav si4 OROPSVrI to I tit 1 Wt TI1c50rI54 LAhSa I g = t Sul8crib6 for THE k HAHTFQBD REPJJBLI 1t OAt 100per Ycsiirjn advance Fl z 1 AID FOR CALEB POWERS n Appeal to the Republicans 01 the United States by the Commercial Tribune The me of Caleb Powers II the ctuae oOclvil llbttty to dtftit the ends of Jutlce and to compass the coovlctlon ot men Innocent of the murder of Senator William Goebel the Kentucky Legislature In cool dellb ratloo set apctt the eaotmoaaaiMB 4io9eeo W the pitrpeae ol aiding Vaat MfllttlBK In the proiectttlor ol llle wbote sole ciime wm that of dtrlagtp defeat the Democratic ca- ndI4ieILakte oftct In KentQcky c a1IJr i 7k- taiibatk metb11hric pehllaan party ai challenge to civil liberty amd the great cause exempli fied la the person of Caleb Powers should wily to lie support and prtlI ervation every Republican In the land said every DIn to whom free lntitn are more thee a mete phrase It should be borne In mind that Kentucky wee but repeating history when she defeated Senator Goebel and a Republican majority In 1199I the election for State officers In 1893 Governor Bmdley and the entire Republican ticket was electedI only the gerrymander ol pre venting the Republicans from con boiling the General Assembly Knowing the fact of Kentuckys Re publicanism the Goebel election law III introduced by Senator Goebel daring the session prior to the dec Lion of 1899 and was passed It met with a veto at the hands of Goevernor Bradley but was passed over his ob- Iectiona and became a Taw When Henry Watterson in the Coauiar Journal laid of it that it lelt roth log to dance he described Its alms and lt objects perfectly The entire election machinery was placed In the hands of three State Commissioners elected by the Legis lature which bad enacted the Goebel electloaJaw and the three were Dem ocrats and partitinaot William Goe In the hands of he three Com missioners was vested not only the power of appointing the county boards but the judicial power to pass upon end determine all questions arising as to the ballots aad the re spits without apptal to any contt Notwithstanding the tremend as power efthe Goebel tIe maels3ae ia Kentucky the Republican candi dates oa the State ticket of 1899 were elected Irom Governor Taylor down and then the infamy was begun Not for a moment doubting that with 1I1he election machinery at Its command the Democratic ticket headed byWHIlsm Corbel would be victorious he ppebel ejection law provided that the State Board should award Ihee ttifitateto that candidate who on the face of the returns had received the hljhettnutaber of totes The Republican majority dazed tbem- sndlhey turned tette Sta e flardJor- r4ief Two member olJbat boatd Judge Pryor and Captain ll1iere fused dlsregardljiat provision and the certificates were awarded to the Republican officials For that act of Independence they were at once forced to resign and William Goebel was compelled to see the Inauguration of William S Taylor as Governor of Kentucky the oatH being adminis tered by Chief Justice Usselrigg and he Immediately begun his contest be iorea subservient Legulante The new State Election Board was wholly partfcan andja de quick worlc with the Repmblloan State officials who had been administering the aOalraof their respective offices Jo ge Cantrlll aiding and assisting in the work and juatlylnghla boast at MaysvJIIe that If It bad not heed for his rulings in the Goebel election law cucanQt a Democrat would be In State 6fBce In Kentucky The Republican oiEclils seeking relief horn thejubltrary State hl81eodone or was doing Judge Candrifl- promptly noheld Then came the murder af William Goebel a sc ocking crime for which the gnllty should be punished but ill the name of God and in the name ol humanity the Inaocent should note Since that murder Red since the appropriation the 100000 for blood money victims have been sought not because of their guilt bet beca nCI their Republicanism and because their punishment is believed Ibe the surest means of forever preventing Republicans from daring to aftwl their utjprity in the State The corruption 4 vovIcttonfttn- dotooOooshoul4bemet by the Re pnbllqan p rtYf It shoald be made an issue whether Republicans are to hounded totbe gallons or to the pen Itentlarv for Hie for daring to uphold Republicanism In Kentucky for dar ing to Insist tljat all rnen are equal before the law and for Insisting justice shall be denied to no man be political belief beeome way devised joseOIbI wholesale and vindictive of Ken tacky Kepnbllcana otfh tcarrsd theb ne ofthe patty to victory Shocking as the murder of Senator Goebel was It Is not so shocking as the persistent persecution ol Innocent men on testimony of perjured witnesses before aV partial and prejudiced Judge and before juries on which tbe Sheriff o Bourbon county declared when dl rected to summon one hundred men for the Po ere case that be would not summon one Brown Betaocint aor one Republican and none hut Gocbellte partlz ns got on the jnty The of the ease of Caleb Pow e ItoldllItbecoDlellllon ot peijury by Flaley B Anderson In the violent aadlBonjudlcUl charge o Judge Can trill to the grand Jury of Franklin county and in the affidavit of Caleb Tawwa asklsg J 4ge Caatrlll te va eate ike beiieh artquesf rtfnsed by him notwithstanding the law of Keu tucky made bis vacation ofthe bench his duty upon Sling the affidavit The Republican party owes much in to Caleb Powera and to the men who with him are suffering for the oflense of Republicanism and for nothing else The corruption fund at for the benefit of the presentation Is large and It is a Republican duty to aid and assist In unearthing the conspiracy and the conspirators who are bounding innocent men to the gallows or to living deaths In the pent tentiaryThe ol Caleb Powera and of the Repbbllcana Buffering with him ap peals strongly to the Republican Na tional Committee and appeals rora prompt response for they are suffer j lug not because they are believed to be guilty of the murder of Senator i Goebel but because they were guilty of defeating the ticket of which be was the bead notwithstanding the infamous ptovlslons ol the law which bears his name and which waa his work The National Committee can do much In the work of unearthing the political conspiracy and punish ing the conspirators It Is a duty to Itself to Caleb Powers to the Repub UCla party to civil liberty and to the county Cincinnati Commercial Tribune TO POISON LINCOLN Interesting Story Recalled by tile Death of James Alman- Wasltngton I Washington anas jAm a AU p man whose death occurred at hlat home in this city refused toooco toI in cretin which he served President Llncolrf Mr Alman was a highly respectedjcltlzen of Wishing ton and a man ot considerable wealth He guarded carefully the fact that be was In anyway nIxed up with any plot of attempt o i the life of reed dent Lincoln and but few men his most Intimate friends knew of it He recently said I donot know whether it was a hnndta1 thousand dDlorloraot which was oflered I lo know this was the sum the men said they would give me and the money they showed me made a big roll The fact ia about this story of my being offered fioo 000 to put poitoa In the Presidents milk or cream I thought at the time that it was an eflort to play a joke on me I did notfake It seriously or In Its true light until after Mr Lincoln was killed At that time I was running a dairy tight were the Bureau of Engraving and Printing now Is and my family occupied a house which was torn down when the property was bought for its present purposes My dally was about the largest around here at that time and among my regular customers was President Lin cola Secretary Stanton and many other gentlemen In official life I fur nished them all the milk cream and butter they used end many times Mr Lincoln complimented me on the freshness and purity of my milk and butterVXwo things itribe treatment of na sat catarrh are now fully understood Firstthe drying process is a delus Ion that produces more mischief tbaji benefit Second science common ense and experience proclaim Elys Cream Balm to be instant relief and final certain cure It cleanses the diseased membranes and never males the patient sneeze Price 50 cents Sold by druggists and by Ely Broth ers 56 Warren Street New York PliCked It Out Nashf Ille Tenn Jan 27MIS Benla Abbey wife oI a young merchant near Sperta Tenn is dead as a result of pulling out one of her eyes la a fanatlcaJand literal Interpret Lion of the icrtptural injunction If tblae eye oSend pluck it out and cast IeIt from thee forjt Is better to glnto heaven having only one eye than to sutler the torment of hell fire She became much excited over religion last autum and since that time It ItII said she has been noted for strange vagaries in religions work aI It is not a difficult matter to secure a vromsns sympathy all you have to do ia toget her to bate some ont you dislIkei MILLIONAiRE aB MURDERED IN St LOUIS Found In a Bath House With HlsSKullFractured iNEGRO UNDER ARREST Diamoaas art a IoodStalie It Hammer ii tke Cellar SUSPECTS STRANGE STORY i St Louis Mo Jan p7A i Dj Cooper tbe mlUoaaJie treaffnrer of i the Graham Paper Company died to day as the result oi an assault In which his skull was fractured while the cooling room of the Vista Tur huh Bath House at Grand and Franklin avenues last night Wm Strother the negro attendant tbe bath house who was on duty list night and who notified Mr Coopers family shortly after mid night of the assault is held as a Plirb oner at the police station A dia 0 mond ring valued at 1500 and a dia mond pin worn by Cooper when heG entered the bath were found in the basement oi the house this m rnlngb They had been concealed looting in a crevice above the topotb joltIIA sledge hammer bearing fresh bloodstains was Sound la the baseI ment soon after the police had been summoned the scene of the assault The hammer was one which Is used in the basement lor breaking up oalIStrother told the police at the time of his arrest that two women and a man had called to see Mr Cooper towho was proprietor oi the place shortly after tx oclock last night They came in a carriage and erea preceded by ahoywith a note The as colored man sold he had admitted them to the cooling room and bad re turned to the basement He did not know be Hid when theydepartedt Strother also said two colored wo men Josle Houston and Florence Banks had in tbe balee silent earlier last nllhtbPrastna Fountain janitor of thea Vista block says that the two women were in Strothera company at 930 leeki when be ta4e kUJastvioXf the premises The policesay there no other evidence than Strotherfl statement to prove the visit of two women and a man to the bath house A few minutes after midnight Theo dore Cooper known as Ted CoopI era son of A Dean Cooper answered tbe door bell at the family residence 37x3 Washington boulevard Strother B was at the door Your fathers been hurt raid tbeIe negro to young Cooper lies over at the bath house now Without stopping to question the man closely Cooper hurried to theI Vista block In the cooling room ofI the bath house on a cot in the middle of the long compartment he Sound his father covered by a sheet Doctors wete immediately called and the police notified The latter made an inveatlgatlonjind discovered the bloodstained hammer Young Cooper told tbe police that tbe rIIusually worn by his lather was miss lug and they made another search finding the ring and pin in the cellarI as already stated For sometime tbe physicians worked over Mr CooperI who did not regain coaaclo suesa They decided to perform an opera tion and remove the pieces ol bone Irom the jagged wound in the akuUI that were pressing on the Injured mans brain This was successfully perloimed but Mr Cooper dldnotreI gain consciousness and died at IP oclock this morning Strother stoutly maintains his Inno cence Tod Groper stated to the police that his father had piactlcally closed a deal for the sale of the bath house property and that the transfer was to have been made todaybut did not atate the name of the prospective pur chaserJosle Houston aged twentysix and Florence Banks aged thirtysix the latter married both colored are held at the police station where they are being sweated by the police The women were arrested as a re sult of the statement made by Stroth er who said the women bad been with him at the bath rooms for a time during the night S Horseback Ride in North Carolina The writer mounted sturdy North Carolina steed 9 a m December 31 1901 for a horseback ride In snow taking the divide between Nolands Creek and the trickling Snga river I bad soon ascended the heights clad with snow to an elevation of probably tour thousand feet above the sea level being alone except lor the sturdy steed that placed his feet with great care and seemingly with judgment and reason that belong to this tribe ol aol mala Thus situated I could see the lonoandjng country for rails clad i wtfb the white snow and looking in direction the mountains piling Wgh and higher seemed to be of all ltrljbtfrm small peaks to highest pea of he great Smoky mountains Locking South and below the peaks see I3uo feel I culdaec the Luck jfejrSugu iver asft wound its way tward through the hills and spurs projected down to its edge and Ita lilt the rock oi these spurs this Jftviasr river was lashing it manes as surged down the channel between the 8ountalnii As there was then aiWit seven feet of watei in the chan oJMiand down as it dashed over ijr surface atfdtne rock clad 1 flooked opan these surroundings andnmld all looking north of An drews Ball rose a high peak with level surface of about Zoo acres upon which norr of the favored bounds of timber grow nothing but grass in the warmer part of the season This mighty peak with its level looked like one great flake snowasthe day was bright and the sun seemed to be greatfully doing iti best to see bow It could make the closing of the year 1901 Moving along I came to Maasles here I turned down tbe mono lain Into a deep cave although I had I kept reasonably warm from the annas long as I was in its rays ddclose to the South Itseemed Ipassed outot the suns rays into the shade of the mountain had almost reached Iceland The snow was now deeper than on top of tbe mountain and as dry as meal I would turn a point again and the sun the south seemed to render com to my cold feet that had been burled in the saowfor now the anow an4 roughness the surface induced rub dismount front the much trusted steed Then again in another cave across a branch of water as pure crystal that rolled down the hill and over the rocks Onward I went and finally I came to a trail which Is known as a bridal road in this see over which you can ride horse I went down Into the valley of Nolanda and here I found a logging1 Jlut a aaw mill The men wer- ehauIiusawloga i over the Ice and with oxen and mules They were jut ready for dinner and I ae withthemV Ly1ogthem vte jainy wore scenes Lbeiautyand grandeur wheir flight coming on myself and steed put np for the night and amid the roar- Ing of the waters with the stars shining bright the night thatcloxd eattbe old year It seemed that It was my fortune to be cast where nature exerted bsrself In all her glory that the closing day of that year might be lesson taught by the pole beauty love of nature Thus surround I lay down in rest cad slumber Kentucky TarheellnMonntaln Echoe a Every unmarried person Is told at ten time a day that he doesnt what trouble is 0S Read tbe 41st Psalm- A welltodo deacon was One day accosted by his pastor who said Poor Widow Greens woad is out Cant you take her a load Well answered the deacon I have the wood and I hvefthe team but is to pay me for 111 The pastor replied I will pay you iton condition that you read three verses of the 4ist Psalm Ibeforeryou to bed tonight The deacon consented delivered the wood and tt night opened the word ol God and read the passage Bless eJlthethat09l1s deietr the poor the Lord will deliver him in time of trouble The Lord will him and keep him alive 1aadhehatl be blessed upon the earth and thou wilt not deliver him unto the will of his enemies The Lord will strengthen him upon the bedof languishing thou wilt mike all his sickness A few days alterwatd the pastor met him again How much do I owetu deacon for that loid of- wob fOh said the now enlightened maahdo not speak of payment I dieS not know those promlaes were In the Bible I would not Uke money for supplying the widows wants 1 a W The young Republican association 61 Missouri will bold its annual ban qnetVt Kansas City February 14 Gev Cummins of Iowa will be the principal speaker This young or gaulzation isone of the most promis ing in the party and its banquet last year was an exeeedingly Interesting occasion Persons familiar with the course of politics in Missouri are aware that the majority of first voters in thla state for tbe last eight or ten years have acted with the Republic anpatty This tendency is more de cided lOw than at former time Important responsibilities will de volve upon the young Republicans Missouri within a brief period Their vlgorons sssoclatlon Js one of the proofs of the energy andabllty they possess and are turning to good accoont GloheDemocrat Vt a J MOONSHINER CAPTURED J Officers Had Made Seven Trips to Hardin County to Arrest Jim Gray of Deputy United States Marshal M W Larue and a posse ol five men last week succeeded in arresting Ja Gray a moonshiner of Hnrdln coqnty whom tbe revenue officers had snile repeated rfforts lo capture but who had heretofore succeeded in eluding them Gray had his examining trial before United States Commissioner Henry Cassln and was held tq await the action of the Federal grand jury About a year ago the revenue offi cers surrounded a still located bn biakee creek in Hardin contty in which Cray wns at work at the time They called upon him to surrender but Instead he rushed directly on theira guns broke through the line and Kd pursued bytbe officers and bullets that whistled dangerously near Reaching the edge of a creek Gray plunged in headlong and awam across leaving the officers on the opposite bank They were still aborting at him but he did rot seem to micd their bullets and cooIy wavIng his hand when he got out of the creek on the far side he disappeared In the bushes Since that time seven posses have organized to make trips to liar county and arrest Gray but each time baa he succeeded including the officers Thepfficers on the recent raid hid searched five houses In the hope of finding their oman and had male up a their minds to leave the vicinity when they met a man in the toad playing fl banjo They stopped this man and is asked him if be knew anything about GrayVGuess I know what you want to knowhe responded Wen what do you know asked to LatneWhatll you give me to tell asked the banjoist Alter some further talk a bargain was struck whereby the man agreed to divulge Grays hereabouts for ft Is He was paid the money and gave the officers the information It was then oclock in the morning and they bad to tide five miles to Jim Small woods house where he bad said they would find Gray They hitched their horses below the house some tittle Distance and slipped up quietly The dogsbegan to bark and they made a run for the boos to surround It Deputy Marshal tune knocked on the door and a mans voice called out Come In- Tbe doors barred and I cant come in unless youopen it or I break it open responded The man inside opened the door Mr SmallwoodI wOnt Jim Gray said jttne Jim Gray Well yer right sure yer come to the proper place to get him I am sure and lwant him and I dont want to kill any time talkIng about it- Smallwood tried to kill time how ever but theofficers marched in and found their pin luau upstairs bed rpom He got up and dressed arid went with them wjthpnt the Hlight4st- fotible and the officers ar much elated over their allcceaiEllzlbeUi1 towaN wsjModel Farmers Wife The Bilztbethtown News says that in the year I9or Mrs B P Brian of near Colesbnrg sold from about oneI hundred hens gts dozen of eggs at an average of nearly eleven and one third cents per dozen amounting to 94 68 this is besides those used in the family and for setting purposes and from October r to December 31 one hundred and filteen pounds of butter at ti cents per pound and one hundred and two turkeys for 89 Her poultry and butter for one year amounting to 18848 Jf anyone can beat this last year please letus hear from them- PackIng a State Convention Country Democrats In Missouri fee blind to tbe principle of equalltyiln their own party if they do notg ve vigorous attention to the wrong worked upon them by tbe frauds p sr petrated under the Nesbit Uw Wbathave we to do with the Nesblt law some rural Democrats may ask Infemltter Springfield andSt Joseph snstirepj resent 500 votes or major lracton I cast for Bryan IUI90Let us ice 9 where the Nelblt law cuts heavily a to the tights of country Dempcri ts Bryans total vote In Missouri ini too was 351922 and In 1896 it was 31 3 667 a low of ti745 But under he operations of the Nesblt law Bryan a vote in St Louis in 1930 was 59931 against 50091 Jn 1896 a gain ol The Bryan loss in the state ouUtde St Loul was 20585 In the coming Democratic State rentlons Sit Louis gains thronghthe I J operations of tbe Nesbit law nineteen delegates over its proportion In 1896 fortyIate basis Here is a relative difference many delegates against Democrats outside of St Louis will go into the conventions with a delegation ol 120 and that It will be strictly a ring body organized under the state boards and partisan police Is an absolute certainty A short time BRO 19 105 bogus names were dropped from registration by lists in St Louis They counted for the Democratic ticket in 1930 and the figures of that year ore the basis oi representation in the coming Demo critic State Convention Itla the country Democrats iiov who are ge- ttlnttheNesbitUwiH4besneckSU J Louts Globe Democrat PlWFor more than a year I suf fered rom lumbago I finally tried I fijI Chamberlains Pain Balm and It gave me entire relief which all other remedies had failed to do S dby ill druggist m A Rocky Road time A mans llfeis full of creates aqdIt temptations He comes into this world without his consent goes out theagainst his will and the trip between tbethe two extremes is exceedingly rocky The rules of contraries is one ofhe Important features of the trip theWhen be is little the big girls kiss him but when he is grown the little girls kiss him If he raises a Jarnfamily he is a chump but if be raised tomall check he is a thief and a fraud andshnnned like a Chinaman withIe the severyear itch II he Is poor be a bad manager if hes rich hes dlshonwt If boa in politics its for pie if hes ont of politics you cant is tell where to place him and hes no good for hlsconntrv if he dont give charity hVa a stingy cuss and lives only for himself if he does give hes a hypocrite and gives for show- if he died young there was or great fu Lure ahead oi him if he lives to an old ago he has missed his calling He Introduced to this world by a doc tor apd to the next one by the came process The road is rocky but man lives to travel itliicbarigef- lomarkablo Cure of Croup A Llttlt vLIh Band I have a Sew words Jo say regard lug Chamberlains Cough Remedy I It saved uiy little boys life and I feel that I cannot praise it enough I ought a bottle of It from A 13 Steere ol Goodwin S D and when I got home with It tbe por baby could hardly breath I gave the medicine bhesure he was going to choke to deatha We had to pull the phlegm out of his mouth in great long strings I am positive that if I bad riot got that bot tie Of cough medicine my boy would not be on eatth todayJoel Del ont Inwood Iowa For sale by all drug gist m w In front of a tobacco store was found the following startling bulletin Pipes to hit Tobacco to burn Cigars to light- Cigaiettis to killIAt prices that will pars lyze you The sign attracts considerable at ten tlon and people who have the lad collectfug such things pause tJ copy ItHx Good Enoueb The Ricmopd Pautagrnph mentions some of the unique features of a recent marriage in Bourbon county Over at Centervllle Miss Mattie Boyd and Mr James M Current were married Miss Boyd has been post master fur eighteen years holding on during McKinleys Administration through sympathy she having lost both legs In a railroad accident at Cynthia when a school girl She is fiftythree years old and weighs 220I pounds The groom who is six and four inches and twenty three years ol age has been carrying the mall from her postoffice to the Ken tpcky Midland railroad When ithe Magistrate asked if he took the lady to be his lawfully weded wife he re plied Shes good enough for me A high crowned hat does not be come every man but a stove pipe will soot everybodyV II a man goes at it the right wayI he can marry any woman bat happens to want him A man never confesses his part to the woman he marries unless be is just a little bit proud olUI Nasal OATARRH Ia aU 1U tUcu Ultra rtonld U dMaaoesa 4 Eljs Cream Bale ceaaKiooUan4atil Ik iliuM a aAris- elIcsucatsnbddM w j a eald la tb heat llootr1lprudBalm I pla0e4lAto the I 11If auabnat and It ibwntxd KelUtUla I and a can nowi 1l It Dot tijbsAott saceziag tares Eltt 50 ontat ptll or b mar11 Trial 8tze1C cutS by nai DrarI nr iRonmas Warns imtt NH ST RUNG INV Ntl N Indianapolis Man Says He bia Device Whereby One Usng a Telephone May See and 4 Be Seen An Indianapolis Inventor who this time refuses to have hsjder1tyd- ivulged through a sworn affidavit his attorney says he wil shortly give to the world an invcntiorttbat JhecrratbraaThedevice Is called tfe telectrc scope whereby amah using Jltele phone may see and be seentas weUiaas lrllJ11lbl ear i The telectroscope it is jpaidhnhas leached a stage where perfection 1st ctkaUYlSaured In tb jamtor tbd vlce basbcen44ed- autl tested and its operation is icws It only remains to add vfn im provement or two before the mechan ism will be In shape to be putok the marketS 3 Attached to the sending idavlce of telephone risngat9ve and over 4will he a small mirrorlike rt flee The talker by palug into this will see pictured before him co only person talking at the ether end of wire but also the o jecta sac rounding the talker Pictures on the walls chairs tables sdin factrall furnishing within focus will be accurately reproinced lotthe pictur mirrorV T At the same time a device attached the other telephone vdll enable Jhe party to see as clearly and dls as tbe firft party An Indiana Editor who has been there sings the following There gladness In bergladnessvhenstieaV glad there is sadness in her sadness when shes sad but the g1adneM ot her gladness and the Gladness ofher sadness In n6thlng to heri tbadijesa when shes mad It t f THE HOME COLD CUBE An Inaenloua Treatment by Which Drunkarda are Balna Cuced Dally In Spite of Thornsalyea No Noxious Dote No Weakening the Nerve A PleasanfamJ Poll tlvo Cure for tho LlquotVUll It la now generally understood rhatDrnnkness is a dieoases idnet ekuell8AJaoqyfiUt4vrtt14i and nerves completely by periodical or constant use betoxIcating requires aaiajJHote capable bl neutralizing as4 racIisAtVIng this poison and destroying the craving for iutoxatants irers may now cure thetna lvei mtchfime publicity or loss of ae from by this wOHdcrfaT4Have Cure which has Ir1Wteclmany years pf e1oec treatment of inebriates Tke faiths ful use accordlngtojdirectloaavf wonderful discovery Jstl eIY guaranteed to cure the most olatec- ase no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marreloai transformatIon of thousand of IDk ards into sober industrious and upright men Wives cure your husoaatfs I 1 QhlN dren cure your fathers Tints remedy is in no sense a nostrum but U a specific for this disease only aad is so skillfully devised and pepaze4Vthat It Is thoroughly oln to the taste so that U cab beVin a cup of eaor ooletvv ltk out the knowledge of tbe person tak ing it Thousands drunkards lilTejcure themselves with this pil remedy and as mauy imKeihavftbee cured and wade joes by having the Cure administered by loving friend and relatives Without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that dlset tlme4 drinking ofthelr own freewill Da not wait Donot be deluded 1ap4 punt and leading Improvement Drive out Ute disease It Dace lor- an time The The Hornet Gold Cure is sold at the xttmeIytIow price of One Dollar within reIch of everybody a rtreat ment more effectual than others cocU ngt6 to 50 Full directions accompany each package Special advice by skilled physicians when requested without extra charge Seat j prepaid to any pert of the vddoa receipt ot one dollar Address sept t B Giles PhllsMJphlAll eaalIIEWTHROUGHI2IIJE SETWUN lrANSvtlLE ANLJ CBXCALOA established for thereatlreU tsUace over the Illinois Centrallbweea Evaosvlll and Chicago the line belaj via MattoouChampaigrtandlheroad from Evanovllle to Msttoaq f nserly apart of the PO ERy The services is as follows NORTH BOUNDDally ExSu- Lv Evansvile 730 pm 730010 Ar Chicago 700 am 7ooptH SOUTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Chicago SUopm 8jpam ArKvansvllIe 8osaa Sijopin Through sleeping ears oaialght trains and through free recllniagchalr Bra on day tralaa TfckCtsbiyoay local ticket ajert i 4I A F V r WZ ii I Hartford Republican I t timid frUtyl ty till Hartfordfub Colatorporalt4 lituil ilHittfird iKtilfiei is sccondcliss mill matter I ot2cocotI==uhrc 1M = V JO ROGJRIIJlllnr FRIDAY JANUARY 30 I 1 THE blewing and the mewing and L 1 tbe frizing Wednesday were a little extraordinary LOUISViLLE has had her day to praise tho immortal Santiago hero Will she now subside AM Ohio mau says he has commu nicated with ghosts and devils The latter we doubt not There are others Gov WM H TAIT of Philippine I farneiA at home It has been wide lrumored that ho is to be a member I of Roosevelts official family a tk SeNATORS Lodge and Tillmnn are just a little fussified to be United 4States Senators Boys stop your foolishness and down to business ST IKHJIS knows how to get n thing when its badly needed She tends Kentuckians right out after it Gee whiz how they do blow ST Louis is charging her officials of selling out How queer Down here in this here Kentucky land it goes the other waysell in 3P steal in I IF we bad that 8100000 militia I money and that 100000 blood money now we could go to St Louis all diked out in style As matters stand well have to go just so so TOE Indianapolis convention of miners have levied a tax of 10 center month on each member of the 01 ganization This fund is to be used in terminating the strike in Kentucky and West VirginiaC- nESTEIWIELD S Idaho reports a human monster eight feet high and covered with hair All folks are scared moat have fled to the woods His first mission was to frigbteu a skating party out of its wits Oh p that ho might get after our coasting parties l CHICAGO reports a horrible murder in the crime of Harry J Ziegler This young minister of medicine oWkilledhis wife and then turned thiS batteries on himself No ex given save she was about eleven years his senior WHEN America grows B little more imperial pcrliapi well have I some princes Henry to send across tbe waters to bear tidings to our kinsfolk L in the Old World Wonder if they would act as silly nnd have as many t fits as the American press is having just now over Prussias prince ITS too bad that President Roose velt cant accept the gift which Em peror William is going to present through his brother Prince Henry But according to precedents the ILPresident will have to lay his case before Congress and if Congress permits he can accept the gift of the German Emperor CONGRESS is considering the advis ability of creating a new department that of Commerce and Labor It might not be a bad idea The moro departments the more officers requir ed Well soon all bo officers Why not the government create an office for each inhabitant It would be qUito as easy a matter as making a 47cent dollar a 100cent dollar 100000 is the amount asked for the display at tho St Louis Worlds Fair This is no great amount for a state to put up to show herself under ordinary circumstances hut when she has an empty treasury nod an overdraft of two anda half millions this small sum magnifies and is quite an item However we are all Ken tuckians and if we cant go abroad in the garb of a hightoned gentle man lets stay at home A bill has been introduced in the legislature providing for a Constitu tlona1 amendment to move the Cap ital from Frankfort to Lexington We second this move Any locality outside of Franklin county would Penr i nificent placethe home of Clay the rightful heir to the capitol cite Put jonr motion before the people gen tlemen and well do the unfinished t business L THE present legislature is endeavor ing to remove every element of a Liver Pills 1 h Thats what you need some I thing to cure your biliousness r and a good digestion Averts Pills arc liver pills cure con stipation and biliousness Gently laxative Au ir2ut your inouatarlia or tietrd a kuuwul frown or black t Then uit HUCKINGHAMSDYE1reI s a n I P P L a 5 J ta cbanco from eltc Ions in Kentucky by removing the party device and re moving tho name of tho party from the ballot This rampant foolish nfS barbarism called the Goebel suspect trials is going to react one of these daTe and all bell cant check the wave when it starts With an eye to this inevitable turn iu affairs the present legislature proposes erect ling a bearer in Advance so the righteous indignation of the people anda prompt overthiowof this latter day Democracy may be stayed yet n little longer A change is bouud to come and come decisively THE REMOVAL OF TilE CULPRITS lOur bank robbers through the ad vice of County Attorney Barnes and by the grace of the county Judge have been taken to Oirensboro for tale keeping Was it really for tale keeping to disgrace the county or please the whims of the insurance companys representative Most assuredly not for safe keeping for the Ohio county Jail with Tom Black in charge is as safe as tho Daviess County Jail The only prisoner intrusted to Daviets for safe keeping by Ohio Bounty escaped came back was captured in Ohio county lodged in Ohio county Jail tried by an Ohio county jury and given his jut dues Mr Black has served the people for five years most acceptably Dur ring this time not a single prisoner has escaped notwithstanding the fact that a number of men have been lodged therein for the gravest crime known to civilization murder With such a splendid showing with such a man in charge of the Jail why should prisoners be transferred to Daviers Why should our tax money be paid to the Jailer of Davies when Ohio possesses a Jailer the equal of any Its idle folly to debate the question No Argument cab justify the removal for the act is unjustifiable It not only robs the Jailer of merited reo ward reflects upon his reputation as an official but it does Sheriff Keown who captured them something that no other Sheriff could at least bas not done an injustice it reflects upon the standing of the county its Ability to care for itself and guard its own affairs Ohio county captured these burg lars She is entitled to the whole credit being eminently qualified to retain them with AS much security as our neighbor and give them a fair impartial and speedy trial Had there been any cause for alarm had their removal for safe keeping been mandatory then Louisville was the proper place to have placed them where a vigilant guard is cgnitantly on duty from whence escape ian impossibility But Ohio county citi zeus would rather have paid a guard till March than have tho reputation of the county hauled down to Da viets TilE REPUBLICAN believes that Ohio county is capable of self control of caring for the wicked and the righteous According to their needand by no means should we desert our moral duty ilee the realm and call for help at the hands of our neighbor who let slip the only man intrusted to her for safe keeping The removal to Da vies is simply unwarranted and it vill find nothing but disapproval in the hearts of men of pride When we grow helpless and need a physician from our neighbor well shake a bush Hows This We ofler One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that ran not be cured by Halts Catarrh Cure FJ Cheney Co Props ToledoO We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the fast fifteen years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fi nanclally able to carry out any obligation made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O- Waldlng Rinnan Marvin Whole OItaken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best 3 I OASIIOnXABear tbilieKind Ycil IIae Alftiis EouU pra Bad FalIi New York Jan iRobert Fltz slmmons the ex champion heavy weight pugilist fell down a flight of stairs in the Orpheum theater in Brooklyn It was believed that he seriously injured himself lie com plained of very severe pains in his back and side and it Is feared his spine had been hurt True Happiness- The Jfaysvllle Messenger In order to show an Instance of unalloyed hap pen ness tells this story We have in mind one Charlie Humphrey who was once a citizen of Marshall county near Sharpe but in later years moved eight miles west of Paducabin McCrackin county There were eighteen children born to his family nine boys and nine girls They had a long table In their dining roses and when the time came to eat I the man would sit at one end oi the table and his wile at the other and the nine boys On one side hud the nine girls on the other This Is what they would say made up true happi ness This was a prosperous farmer Sixteen or seventeen of the children I are now married and ore doing well Expert Counterfeiter Houston Tex Jan 22 United States court officials report the arrest at Gainesville oi T II Reagall whom they class as the most expert counter feiter that ever operated in this state Indictments on fifteen counts have been found against him by the federal grand jury now in session at Dallas Reagan is accused of raising silver certificates and other treasury notes from small denominations to large ones the counterfeits being so clever ly executed that some 01 them passed through the Texas banks Reagan is in Jill at Gainesville but is to be liken to Dallas for sale keeping A GOOD RECOMMENDATION 1 have noticed that the sale on Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tab lets is almost invariably to those who have once used them says Nr JII Weber a prominent druggist ol Cascade Iowa What better recommen dation could any medicine have than lor people to call for it when again in need of such a remedy Try them when you feel dull after eating when jou have a bad taste in your mouth feel bilious have no appetite or when troubled with constipation and you are certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which they afford For sale by all druggists ra Fought When He Lost Ninth Bride Memphis Tenn Jen 2SJ P York a farmer left his home in Tip ton county and arrived at Covington where he had an appointment lo meet Mrs Mary Pimms who lived in the same neighborhood Yorks meeting with Mrs Pimms was the culmina lion oi a short courtship York had made all preparations to leave Tipton county and gave his residence as Dyersburg Mrs Pimms promised to meet York in Covington where they were to be married York arrived on time accompanied by his six small childrenMrs Pimms failed to put in an appearance and this caused York to In dulge in excessive drink He sought out his bridetobe and was Informed that she had changed her mind York at once commenced to shoot in discriminately which resulted in wounding Mrs Pimms and her two nephews Ed and Herbert Weeks Mrs Pimms was shot in the face and Is disfigured for life The Weeks brothers carry bullets in the hip and leg York was arrested and besides the pistol he was armed with a dirk and brass knucks York has been mar tied eight imes Six of his wives are divorced The others died from natnaral causes L II Some time ago my daughter caught a severe cold She complain ed 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 well and able to go to school I have used this remedy in my family for the past seven years and have never known it to fall says James Prendergast mer chant Annato Bay Jamaica West India Islands The pains In the chest indicate an approaching attack of pneumonia which In this instance was undoubtedly warded off by Cham berlains Cough Remedy It coun teracts any tendency pi a cold toward pneumonia For sale by oil drug gists m y W C T U Takes a Hand In Village Affairs Burgin Ky Jan lsAt Perry ville a small village twelve miles Irom here the W C T U Society is taking a hand in the city government affairs with a view to eliminating the lawless clement and their rowdyism The society recently headed an indig nation meeting In the Methodist church at which all the good citizens of the town participated and at which meeting several hundred dollars was appropriated for the purpose of erect lug a lokup and of employing a Town Marsh- alOverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All thIS blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes is Its by es a yourblood ter out the waste or Impurities In the blood It they are sick or out of order they fall to do their work- Pajnsaches come from excess of urlo acid In the blood due to neglected kidney trouble Kidney trouble causes quick or unslelCy Ihougtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used tots considered that only urln kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble If you iTo sick you can malta no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cues and sold on merits all In cent and onedollar lz1 You may have and rheu matism sample bottle by mati nom 011100j free pamphlet telling ou how to out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention paper when writing Dr KHmer fc Co Blnjhamfbn N Y f j c DARING TRAIN FKJBBEY t Gang of Men Hold up an Express Rifle One Safe and Carry off Another Branchville S c Jan aSA carefully planned and dashing express robbery occurred on the Southern railway last evening whcu the passen ger train front Charleston reached nearly the exact site ol the successful robbery of two years ago near Fifty eight Station five mites front Branch vile Seven or eight men were rid- Ing on the platform between tie en glue and baggage car concealed by the darkness None were masked At the Fiftyfive mile boud women crawled over the tender and covered the engineer John Reycod with Winchesters They fired two shots one ball passing through Reynolds cap Fireman Cobb escaped by jump ing pfl Conductor Black who ran ontr was also covered and ordered back Dv irder of those men a hraketunn un coupled the express juall fujdjbij age cars which were taken y eight Station leaving the rest ptthe train on the main line Hereseveral shots were fireoi into express car and one man climbing up covered Ex press Messenger Hall with a Winchester compelling him to open the door Three men entered the car and stripped the local sale After threat cuing Hall with Instant death Ifhe didnot open the through safennd finding he knew nothing oi thecom blnatlon the safe was rolled out upon the platform Then the engineer was ordered to return to the rest of the train and he obeyed bringing the train with no further incidents to Branehvll1eINothing was seen oi the men or the safe on passing Fftyeight station There was only a small amount of booty In the local safe and do one knew the contents ol the through sate No mall or baggage was touch ed and no passenger was torched The robbers only forced one employe who was armed to give up hirweap on No measures have been made so far to follow the robbers The leader it supposed to be Barton Warren Warren was arrested charged with having robbed the Southern ex press car just below Branchville in the fall of 1899 He was tried in 1901 but the case resulted in a mistrial Ball was furnished and It is alleged he murdered Thomas Watson said to be one of the principal wit nesses against him Warred has since been at large and a large reward hes been offered for his ipturev It is reported that there has ecu a former attempt to rob the express train be tween Branchville and Orangebarg p SC una entire Bloori PoqonEn1uX Korc Lice Coau uS1lmug to Try Blood poison or deadly cancer are the worst and most deep seated blood diseases on earth yet the east est to cure when Botanic Blood Balm is used If you have blood poison producing ulcers bone pains pita pies mucous patches falling hair itching skin nciofula old ihenma I tism or offensive form of catarrh scabs and scales deadly cancereating breeding festering sores swellings lumps persistent wait or sore take Botanic Blood Balm B B B It will cure even the worst case alter every thing else fails Botanic Blcoi Balm B B B drains the poison out of the system and the blood then every sore heals making the blood pure and rich and building up the broken down body B B B thoroughly tested for 30 years Sold at drug stores i 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 ninny advertised remedies do but In composed of Pure Bot anic Ingredients Over 2000 testi menials of cure by taking B B B m p p THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrkeaWeek EditIOnA1 most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly theIsame To learn tbl ow feat aa It l promptly rand Impartially 11 that yon bar to do U to look to the columos of Whe rbrlceW11 KJIUonol the Now York World wblch coraMjto thoanb crlbrr 1M tlaM a ycnr The TbricMi Week World dlllgrnr aiapnb Usher of Stat new bee ultra It circulation fber rrrtba Kcglbb lasgnagt li apoken andyoa nantlt me TbrltsaWMk Worlda rcgnlnr iubucrlp tlon prlnU only tlQO per 100r Wa offer tbl unequaled nevipaptr and Tud ncrratiuMto BBtb roneyearforIBO- Tn rrxnlsr inbirrlptlon nrlcaoftb two pa- P li J5W Rev J M YlngHnjj pastor oi the Bedford St Mn Church Cumber land Md says It affords tne great pleasure to recommend Chnmberlalna Colic Cholera and Dlarrhoia Remedy I have used it and know others who have never known it to fall For sate by all druggists tu f I President Cant Accept Washington Jan l8In tIe present opinion oi officials here President Roosevelt cannot arcept any present from Emperor Willlamor Prince lien ry without authority from Congress An examination of the precedents said to disclose the fact that while In many Instances Presidents apparently received presents from obroed they have never retained these except by express authorltp conferred by Con grrsi In other cases where gifts 1s Te9 been returned to the donor I iprtcnpen deposited by the lrCii4 ilt ii c Department StatetJr Ii ihjinTlhsnnI n Institu tion A lrgd number pftruednl nnd articles of value may be teen In the UGrary of tliYStale1 Department the gifts ol foreign titters PaidI7 Alt are rangements have been to pay for the cf Missthe money raimom Stone today The piymcntwill take I place In the mountains where the funds hhve bfcn sent under a ettotir guard and Miss Stone will be released nt once The official news of her re lease will reach here tomorrow tliouch there Is eel doubt that it will tike place to lay ns the btigands have wale pledgea that they cannot but fafill o t 14 Twins in One Family Mrs Susnnntih IVnnock twenty CityIHospital has just given to her third set of twins Mrs Pennocka tnothergnve biith to six sets ol twins and bore fwellt lour children altogether One of Mrs Pennocks sisters has born five pairs of twins tfnd another sister four pairs Thir teen more oi her mothers children Mrs Pennoick says bad three sets ol twins each or a total oi thlitynine waking fiftyseven sets of twins or 114 in all Mrs Pennork was born in SwedenSt Telegram to the New York Herald To Break the Spell Highly yearn ago the first poor house was built In one of the counties oi Kentucky and the first inmate was named Lowden List week the great great grandchild thatnrlginal Low den girl WM taken from tire poor house by the Childrens Home Society and given to a prosperous farmer for adoption in the hope that change of scene and life and the necessity for work might improve the strain ol Lowdenn The family came originally from the hills of North Carolina Co vites they call them in that coun try The new comers to Kentucky were typical covites shiftless and ofno account All died off but one girl and she chose what seemed to her meager intelligence to be the simplest way of living The shocked and in dignant Inhabitants of the county put her in the new poorhouse A child was born a girl and thcnthere were two Lowdens in the poorhouse The child grew to young girlhood and then before any one realized the state of the case the county was support ing three Lowdens all females The girl who went in first was a grandmother now but her daughter and her daughters daughter had her same shiftless traits Years went on and the grandmother died But al most belort the county had begun to congratulate Itself on there being one less Lowden to support a little baby Lowden the great grandchild was born at the pcorhouse as it were to n n HOEAfllJ CHILDDocs your horse feel hit oats Wliat a difference be tween the grainfed and the fjrassfcd horse The first strong and full of ginger the second flabby weak and tired out before he begins The feedingmakes the difference Children are not alike either One is rosy brighteyed full of life and laughter another i pale weak and dull The feeding again is responsible Sickly children needspecial feeding They dont feel their oats Scotts Emulsion adds just the right richness to their diet Itis like grain to the horse The child gets new appetite and strong digestion Scotts Emulsion is more than food It is a strong medicine It rouses up dull children puts new flesh on thin onCs and red blood into pale ones It makes children grow Scotts Emulsion makes ordi 0Icfl toJ cooJ nary food do its duty rtpresentsIhe Emulsion anti bon the wrapper of every bottle lend for free sample SCOTT rowNE 409 Tcarl St New Yik joi and 1 all druggists GHICHESTERS E4WS- UPENYROJAL PILLS IIlI8lJtint tbrICIrlbbul4TnlullonniKl ImliHilon llnyof yourlmmlM cir Pelt Jr In MDtnpn fat Iarllrulnr Trail lIrtferhrsit Vruggluls COIItoO FA L et1siiaRlicuniatiR pAlr snrc the cries of st hand distress tortured zuusclea iechisrgi joints nnil excited nerves The xxn iKiliousil by the accumulation of Itlongerfeels time effect of tills acid t and i trot until tlio blood has been purified arid bruuxlit tack to a healthy lIlMthe ucIiL Biul paint cease Mra lauts Kel of N Jtullo1t 1- 1nnnlhllIO Waihlhgtoit D Cwrlte as A few r land no mack of ScUtic Rheum Ilunillilnttonll pros The I en uiiuuialtir severe one and ny londltkm wn retard ed as lacing very dallier oua 1 waa one ef the mo t ere due ton hi Woihliistnn who U also a member of the fac talty a a leadinac rneticIc- ollege litre lie told we Ia tIuu him Vanrlp lIond t wosIl get Afterbsvtg t filld- Iwelle times withoul recilelaS the slightest teiteflt I dcc lat to contInue 110 trettantot any I iter uIaviaaglesedot S SaSwttta r10d ubeamatlim 1 ilecUcd almost In ile i alr Ihjwcrc to the medicine a toW qortltr lud nJUe for then at UII A 8 havlnc cued me aunj and welt Alt Ibedtetngspjitit hew tett ne toy appetite HLealibtire great vegetsaic n imtifler and toni Is the Meal remedy lit all rheumatic troublei There ate no oiiiatcs or ileadWe hive prepared a book on Phcumatijra which everv sufferer mat tSis pslnruldleaselhoultlread It ia the fiost complete book of the iu existence It wilt be tent free to an one It Vs rite our phvet donCn1lYlllld fuelYilbout yoturcase V ptEt take the place of the old womans The little newcomer was the fourth girl in the series Now the people in the connty had ceased to take the Lowden matter as ii Jke They held a meeting andt asked advice of Mr G L Sehon president oi the Childrens Home As sociation It was decided to have the I baby adopted into a gcod family where it would grow up among good influences in the hope that an upright rearing might saver the little one Last week this was done Almost on the same day the grandmother ol the little child died Now but one Lowden remains in the poorhouse an expense to the county and every voter and taxpayer in the connty hope that there will never be any more- Machine a Licks Envelopes The task of licking 50000 cave lopes isone which confronts the Unit ed States Pension Office once every three months At one time this was a herculean undertaking but the in ventive genius of man has vow made it easy By means oi an electric automatic sealer the envelopes containing the check and voucher which are sent to the 50000 pensioners in the western district of Pennsylvania each quarter are licked and sealed at the rate of ot 25000 a day This dally capacity is not reached however as not so many enveloves Ate ever ready at one time The daily run during the quarters pay is from 8003 to 10000This machine which licks and seals envelopes as fast as they can be fed Into it is simple In design The envelope is ted flip open It passes between two rolls the under one of which is dampened by an altomatlc fountain In its passage through an other set of rolls the flap is dexter ously turned over by means of a catch anda third roll presses it firmI ly in place All this is done in the twinkling oi an eye as fast as the operator can drop the envelopes Into position to be caught by the first rolls The ma chine which Is equipped with an electric attachment ia longer than a typewriter but not so bulky It also has n foot power attachment Before this machine was Installed in the Pension Office a man was em ployed specially each quarter to seal the envelopes It was a tedious job The licking process was done with a sponge and the folding and pressIing by hand Long before completed the operator usually had the skin of his fingers worn through Now one of the regular clerks takes each days batch and runs it through the sealer in short order The machine was installed In the a corridor of the Government building recently for the first time Washing b- j ton telegram to the St Louis PostI Dispatchwt t CASTOAIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho dSignature of UtiT11liNicoSt Passenger Departnt South Carolina Interstate and West India Exposition The above Exposition one of the greatest ever held in the South willa open December 1st IQII and contin ue until June ist igca Very at tractive rates have been arranged front all points to Charleston end the a schedules via the Southern Railway with its own rails and entire distance are particular convenient and any Agent of that line jvill give all in formation upon ippllcitlgni I SNALLIIOUSE KY UttOTcrlrora iaS week Jan 19 Mr Dab Bullock six ged ana respected citizen ol rear ere died At iris residence Jumtary 8th alter Rbtltl lllucisol pneumo nla ills rtntains were laiil to rest in he Everly buiying grounds the fed owing day He leaves n wile and seveial chiMren to mourn his loss Vera the little daughter of Mrand ra nil Meadows also died of pncu JAnuary I7lh Her remains were taken to BrecVinrldge county tor interment Mr and Mrs Mend ows have been in our midst only a about while yet they have made many friends wh deeply sympa thize with them in their sAd bereave mentMr Sam Wllwin who him been qui c sick ol typLoJ pneumonia is slowly iuiprovlr Miss Blue Uullock who has been triie sick ol pneumonia Is better Mr and Mrs Robeit limiter and on alter a pleasant visit to Mrs unters brother Mr S J Hawkins ear llmtford have returned borne Mr and Mrs Ttooias Ulaliop and family of the Point nelghborhoodare ii iting their daughter Mrs Joe But II 1 Cauebt iu Evansville Mrs Ltubil tchcr and John Greenwood ol Itvetruote Ky were are retted Monday in Evansville on com laint of the womans Lutband sayS O enskoro Inquirer lie in form I ed tbe police that Green wool had de poiled his home and taken his wile away from him Greenwood baa nothing to say and Mrs Hatcher declares that she 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Jackets that sold for 300 500 and 700 toe I close at 200 350 and 550 lad lied Blankets that sold for 75c 100 and 150 Par pair to I closo at 50c 76c and 100 Dod Comforts good sizotoIe dose at 69c 85c 100 and 125 i Mens heavy Boots worth 175 250 and 300 to closo at 150 200 and 250 per pairyI C = All Winter Underwear I now 20c Our 50c quality now 40e I a jcr Qi1 t We nro receiving now our lino of tho cole brated Black Cat brand of Hosiery Experience in handling this hale has shown us that there is nothing better and four anything near as lit goodon tho market Nothing liko them for color and durability for Childrens wear Prices running from lOc to 25c samo as tho inferior Jt TryChlcyoRoclfor ono pair of Black Cat brand and Notary compuf wcnr no other xeaoebawitSPECIALFilly dozen New Spring Shirts for Men and at Boys They are 75cont qualities Our low prico will bo 50c See thorn in our show windows W Qecl Q t e CJa less Wo wish to informthe Indies of Hartford and Ohio county that Vo are agents for McCall Patterns aud have their lino now in stock Remember that all seamen arc allowed and that the prices aro only lOc and 15c Subscriptions taken 41forMcCalls Magazine at the Pattern counter f isl hs ifl out aJ3 owe OJ Adt0 Lt you some Genuine gftt Jtl Hartford Republican I ItAF FRIDAY JANUARY 31 i Mrs D II Thomas Is convalescent Mr J It Fugle weal to Iranktott first ol the I1IrekIHrlng your Eggs to Cnrson Co I Mr ML He vrln waajln Owens bo Friday and Saturday I Co R Mitlln jeweler and watch maker at William drug store illvisillnglohs aron Gos new store house is completed and is now ready for occupancy I The Bond of Supervisors have Aycome Heard the complaint teethed their cussing and gone Wedding Suits a specialty Made to your order guaranteed to fit T COLLINS Agent ftRto our now building about February 10 Until that time we will Sell you goods at greatly re duced prices CARSOX Co uses i WOMAHS RELIEF I A really IioalUiy woman bus lit r tlo posit or oomforLat tile menstrual period No woman f needs to Lave any Wino of lit thoseiI smarting menstrual pains and the dragging head back and also aches caused by falling of tho womb and Irregular muses k WIECARDUI has brought permanent relief to 1000000 women whe sneered t orerr month It makes the men tnul organs strong and healthy J It Is the Ion made by Ra A taro to giro women relief frwn the terrible aches and pains which blight to many homes 60uuw Lace1 tiIMS r I bat beet very deft ra scare 11e I WM tokea vita ft Mt fats 1 Mi end could set n4 telfetallt- rIed abttlotWla fCerdL n I J Illet It J the rMlatea- r boeaptakoeay ella 7ft mil a 1YOD4rfullMdll1a 1ru1I t lYvat 1 rora4 u4I et kVassIaWW t t Ir1 Messrs H D Asbby and Cornelius Reneer Centertown made ns s pleasant can Wednesday Mrs POll Rogers sad little d ngh ter Mary Magdalene are visiting Mrs Rogers parents Mr and Mrs S T Brown neat Ceotertown The following Utters remain uncall ed for In the Hartford Poal office Mr and Mrs W C Chambers Mr John Ufoon 1 A King Clint Baird Good Earning Dr Ford Good morning Mr Rdltor Doctor may I ask your tons polities Ob certain lyl lIes a Mlddle of the Roader Heavy rains have fallen throughout the State and the rivers are on a boom Green river promises to reach a high water mark and Rough tint is quite high I Mr Willis Green Stewart near Ro slat slipped and fell Tuesday hurt lag his hip very badly Dr hat croft Select was called to attend the t aged pedagogue I Mr T C Stratton bas purchased a lot from Mr M L Heavrln on Clay street and will build a house on samt la the near future Mr Stratton will move ttlown for the benefit oi the school I Mr Oct Shnlte will open school I at McHenry Monday for the spring months Heres tou Ozns iors pleasant prosperous profitable period of school work which you will attain through diligent eiferts you are tore to put forth I Mrs Louisa Manzy Dixon Ky I mother oi Hartfords generous mar shal died Saturday morning at the advanced age of So years Old geI the destroyer of all who cape other wise claimed her for its prey She was an estimable woman and former ley resided In Hartford Taken npss estrsy one white blue cow about aix years olr un marked Taken op January 7 1912 Vlned by S Mldkii aid J S Win oatt at 30 oo Owner can have properly by proving title to sine paying expenses Wr WlMSAJT asMp Sulphur springs Mr Willis H Stewart died very suddenly Monday morningat his home near Mstids He kad carried some wood icto the house from the yard built afire and eat down to rest and without warning without a mur mur he fell Mt of his chair into bosom of eternity tke old mans1a hors were ended It is supposed he had heart trouble as nothing ehe could have produced death so suddenly He was 67 years old and a very worthy old oitisen His remains were JwfW Wefetrtar at Mt Tlgasts- Y Y Jan Ancient Foe As health and happiness la Scrofula ugly as ever since time Immemorial It causes bunches fn tho neck dU figures the akin Inflames the mucous membrane wastes tho muscles weak ens the bones reduces the power of resistance to dtiease and the capacity for recovery sad develops into con sumption to A bunch appeared on the raft Bide ot my neck It cauied great pain was lanced er and became a running wee I went Into a seal decline I was persuaded to try Hoods Stniparllla end when I had taken tattles mj neck was healed and I tiara ever had any trouble of the Kind Ina- a K T BBTDIS Troy Ohio Sarsaparilla and Pills will rid you of it radically and per as they have rid thousands Mr W D Luce Is in Rockport visiting relatives Mrs R E Rogers of the Cromwell is repotted quite sick as Messrs I P Barnatd Louisville and Nicholas Darrass Taylor Mines ere before the Supervisors Board- esterday Mrs MaryIewllOwenlboro will arrive today to visit her daughter graodroaGeorge Mrs BUcklock mother of Mrs Henry Felix is dadgerously lit at the home of her daughters of a compli arson of troubltlIIMr T B Webb ol the Kinder hook neighborhood is dangerously ol cancer oi the stomach lie bas been troubled with a cancer on his of fare for a number oreus It is thought he can live only a short time Mrs Jane Tichenor near Mantan us died Sunday of a complication ol diseases chltfly old age She was seventysix Her remains were burled the Tichenor burying grounds Monday after funeral services by Rev J T Casebler at the West Point thatch She was living with Squire P Render at the time of her death A party of Hartfords young folks went coasting Tuesday evening They report a very enjoyable evening The party was composed of Misses Nell Austin Eva Drown Norma Brown Ethel Moreland and Mrs Berry and Messrs Henry Nsll tIke Sanderfur fames Sanderfur Pearl Twteddell Leslie Cooper Verge Ccoper and Ira Sao While crossing a floating bridge in the back water near Cromwell Wed nesdsy a mule belonging to Mr Win I a Plesner caught Itt leg in the bridge and broke it One of Mr Fleaners little boys was riding the mule Mr Planer is in Oklahoma looking fora- ocation and another member of hls- amily has taken typhoid fever since kls leaving r Marriages- W G Tacker Maxwell to Miss Sarsh Howard Maxwell John W Nana Maxwell to Miss Alice Hndcon Maxwell M W Crowe Maxwell to Miss Alpha May Maxwell- J H Goodwine Rcilne to Mite Bertha C Awtry Horse Branch T R Raglsnd Roalne to Miss Cansada Stewart Horse Branch M S Hull Aetnavllle to Miss Mary Payne Aetnavllee trnett Retppointed- WsshIngtonD c Jan 29 Pres- Ident Roosevelt bas decided to retain C M Barnett as Surveyor of the Port ol Louisville this lithe last piece of Important Kentucky patronage toI be settled It Is a victory for Nation al Commltteenlan Yerkes Senator Deboe and Leslie Combs The appointment was made this afternoon r Adelphian Hbtes The following is a Program for this evening SollgDj Society DebateRe solved That the U S Senators should be elected by popular vote Affirma tinCo D Stevens I J Hoover and Ian Barrett NegatlverR H Millet B W Pattenon and Seth Mosely Recitation Lonnle Leach Select Reading Jesse Rach Impromptu O M Stuart Reproduction of Bill Arps Tom Barkers Sermonr SecyIISbootla in Court Room GeJdes S D Jan i8A teasa tloaal attempt at murder and suicide occurred in the court house at Wheel er S D Clyde Patttton bad just been discharged in a case brought against him by Mlaz A Seideler tke now LOOKOUT i Take earl of yoniwtt say our friends IOIII ter to w amwer W do take n fLU 1tin spit of umcloUMi rubber a an army of people wer bawled out b pueamonl and other lung and cheat diue last winter They caioght cold neglected it let it ax upon tit wan torn by eoaghs choked by trMnt sad congetUoat waited by 1hTUMn4oubTpalaaad than gave np you lays aceIIs the ehaf plo a B n ona Force ttufer hlll th pain or oppru aLan k tilL If yon think two are SMk U two Mo harm if were COT r4 wltk them They aeiql11ckJ1 and ent of Wood the canIdMisr nhOfany ether form tratitet wtaoc B this acertalnl 4speedily BJItI 17Man has a flIUkM a II lUteitoeota wmeQwboaiechleliufler IrS frwa cold weaQur compUlnU lisp rhea Ute always rtacb Ota tk saIAlldrug fti ordered EUI1umber ch if state having failed to prove his guilt the man turned to leave the room the girl drew a revolver and began firing The first shot took effect in Paulsons bask Several other shots were fired causing a panic in the court room and corridors Seeing her to victim fall the young woman turned the weapon against herself and In flicted a serious wound Physicians ed are as yet unable to determine wheth the woman and her victim are fatally hurt but the opinion is that both will recover en An Old Citizen Passes Away Mr James A Thomas dltd Friday afternoon at his residence in Hartford after an illness of three months orScomplication of troubles to old age For many weeks be tlngeredP battling against the ere the end came he made all neces sary arrangements for the comfort ot his family and passed from life to the realms of the spirit land as peacefully falling asleep lIe was seventy nine years old and leaves a family his widow and three daughters Mifses Stella Etta and Lillie About sixty years ago Mr Thomas came to this country from Virginia and stttled in Hartford Back in the early forties he wssengaged exten lively in flttboating making numer one trips to New Orleans and other of points on the Mississippi He IIel very active all through life as IIb Ie1lancethe nth Kentucky Cavalry daring OwensIboro he the war he returned to Hartford and engaged In the mercantile bust ness and at the time of his death was conducting the same line of baslneaa During his productive period he massed a nice little fortune which is left to his family He also hadIt his life insured In his Hartford looses one oi her oldest and most valued citizens He lived in Hartford longer than any other man now living and perhaps longer than those who have gone to their reward After funeral services conducted by Rev G J Bean at the family res idence the remains of tke sged townsman were interred In the Oakwcol Cemetery in the presence of many be friends and nelghborafi Blrtbs Reported Born to the wife oi Mr C R MarI tin the 25th inst a boyr4To Mrs McDowell Pair the iCth inst a IrlnTo Mrs H W Ford the 28th Inst boy To Mrs A C Taylor the 28th Inst a boy To Mrs Redman Black Cromwell agth Inst a toy Behind Closed Doors I Indianapolis tan 28The U M W closed their doors this afternoon against newspaper men so that dls cussion of the report ol their Scale Committee could not be made public Guards were stationed at the doors alter the newspaper men left tote that no one broke U It was reported before the convene tlon began that the committee had agreed to present a demand for a gen eral advance for bituminous miners equivalant to 10 per cent In run of mine basis and a differential of IInellr cents a ton between pick and machine mining Wanted Telephone Poles The Rough River Telephone Co wants a lot ol chestnut telephone poles from 45 to 50 feet long 8 Inches top Apply to D M Hocker manager office over W D Moarea grocery Hartford U Admiral Kimberly Passes Away Washington Jan 28 Secretary Long has received a telegram an nouncing that Rear Admiral Lewis A Kimberly United States Navy re tired died at West Newton MassI this morning Admiral Kimberly was selected for service on the Schley Court of Inquiry but was compelled to decline on account of ill health Coming This Way TheY M C A lids secured tile services of Miss Gay Zenola McClaran for the 7th of February The enter tainment promises to be an Intellect ual treat The young lady comes highly recommended and will un questionably entertain In a most fitting manner those who give ear on the evening of the 7th Below will be found clippings from the where she has been Miss Gay Zenola McClaran gave a recital of Wilson Barretts drama The Sign ol the Cross before a large and delighted andlence at 2j1 Street Y M C A May 7 It washer first appearance In the Metropolis and It is not too rauch4o say that abe scored a phenomenal success New York Talent Miss Gay Zecola McClaran who presented The Sign of the Cross at Music Hill last night was an instant favorite Her dramatic abilities were at once recognized and she WAS encored again and again Troy Stand ard Miss McClarans delineation of the difletent characters in Shakespeares IIRomeo and Juliet showed great talent Her work as Juliet and the nurse was exceptionally ine while all the characters given deuce espec meIlUonUhnupollProgreaJi a reader of remarkable talcntTQhe has made her own condensation of the fit Ions 11 line Sip of lire CrowIt which gives her an excellent oppor tunity to show her ability for the per Bonification of different characters She presents the vivid scents with ease and commands the clotett tten lion of her hearers from the beginning the end Miss McClarsn is one of youngest impersonators on the plat torm and also one of the mot talent Minneapolis Journal Examining Trial and Description of Hartfords Bank Robbers Hartfords safe destroyers were giv their examining trial Saturday their bond fixed at 2 500 each failing to give same were remanded to until Tuesday when In charge ol Cal P Keown Deputy Sheriff G Keown and Mr John R were taken to Owenaboro Mr Schrceter our popular photogra pher was called In to take their pic tures and after come difficulty succeeded In making a fair likeness of the night owls- Following is a description of the bank wreckers as given out by Dr Stanley JoSBrii MILS Claims to live at Milltdgevllte Ga Weight lag lbs Height 5 ft 6 inches Ryes brown complexion medium dark Mus tache thin short and brown Small mole onehalf inch above left corner mouth Pour smell moles on left I One small mole two inches right ear Has large scar 6 in on inside of right leg said to been ceased by injury with belt Old dislocation of left shoulder SaysJ Is 19 years old but has the ante oi being four or five years older H L MARSH Claims to be from Estill county Kentucky Weight 174 lbs Height 6 ft a inches Complexion dark Mustache dark brown and short Tattooed womans head encircled by horse shoe on outer side forearm Star on outer slde ol wrist below horse shoe Cross on Inside left forearm opposite horseshoe Due ball on inside ol left forearm above the cross Arrow on upper and outer right forearm Numerous syphilitic scars on left forearm as well AS on left and right legs GRO G GRAY Claims to be from Greensburg Green county Kentucky but knows no one at that place Says is 30 years old but looks four or years older Weight 164 Ibs Height 5 ft 9f Inches Eyes blue very light Complexion very Clean shaven Has scar one inch long oa first joint of right finger Extensive vAricose veins on inside right leg and thigh JAWS KSAIV Claims to be from Nevada and says he was born in Cal ifornia Weight isjtf lbs stripped and is 5 ft 3 Y inches high Has steel gray eyes overhanging brows and piercing look Has black hair slightly streaked with gray Is bald onjrant oi head and hair thin on top has rather heavy irongray mustache Complexion dark Has depressed fracture ol left parietal bone of skull beginning about an Inch behind tine coronal sntur and extending backward about two inches about one hell inch Irom and parallel with the ugh tal suture Has large star tattooed on inner side ol left forearm Right leg is Jof an Inch shorter than left owing to old injury in hip Upper incisors bicuspid and first molar missing othea teeth decayed Ap pears to be about 47 years old and is believed to be the leader of the gang Cif OP OHIAsews tb Ds 11ad Tts Han ilsay gtKht Blpam 1J111Pof Poisoned Sausage Petersburg Ky Jan 28Some one put poison ou pieces of wiener worst andlcatt red them absent the streets A little son oi Mrs Andrews found one and was eating it when hl mother saw him and took it away from him In a few momentiihe was greet agony A stomach pump saved the little fellows life Later eight dogs were found on the riverbank where they had gone for water after eating the poisoned sausage Notice to Subscribers Kindly notice tho label oh your paper and if your time has expired please send in your renewal Remember it takes money to run a newspa per bray wo hear from yo- uCataToSEttA IBwethe Ito Han Aurs IBcuttn ttK 1dl1P- d Pratt Wins Fankf tat Ky Jan 29 The Cou of Appeals this morning rendered decision Overruling the petition for rehearing in the Pratt Bteekinridg caseThis sets the question of the Attar ney Generals contest at rest and Pratt the Republican contestant winsThe pettyion for rehearing ofar pellant and the petition for extension of opinion by the appellant are both overrnld Chief Justice Guff filed t seperate response to the petition for a rehearingPratt 111 take cffice as soon as t mandate ol the court is Issued A Rescued From a Horrible Death Guthrie O T Jan 28 Fred Ti net a fnllblosded Shawnee Indian alleged to have outraged three Sha ace Squaws on last Thursday w tied to a tajeto b burned to death A Cough r I have made a most thorough trial of Ayera Cherry Pectoral and am prepared to say that for slid eases of the lungs It never dlsap pointsJ Early Finley Ironton O Cherry Pectoral won t cure rheumatism we never said it would It wont cure dyspepsia we never claimed it But it will cure coughs and colds of all We first said this sixty years ago weve been saying It ever since Taneehuitre1I11 All innhti CoDinlt TOOT d IrIJrllit itrt take It then do M 8 tell T a aN to take It then dont ate It lie koowe LwnltwltbihClfEttCOtiAlntttrue by members of Ms tribe men and womenHe first cruelly tortured HU lace was beaten out of shape his ears were torn nearly ciT by squaws and other horrible tortures were being applied when Deputy United States Marihai Davit arrived item Arbeks T held the mob back with a gun and singlebanded cut the throngs backed away from the crowd with hit prisoner and safely escaped to We weega where Tiuer was placed In Swept Away by the Floods Huntington W Va Jan 28Hall- a million dollars worth t l timber was swept ont of Guyandotte river tbfs morning by the breaking of booms Great damage is reported along that stream by the unusually high stage of the river A high crowned hat does not be come every man but a stove pipe will soot everybody In a Dream Muscle lad Jan 28Lee War ner a young farmer residing near Matthews announces that aided by a dream he has solved the perpetual motion problem A few nights ago he says he had the mystery solved to him in a dream and getting out oi bed began to work on lines Iramed in the dream For fortyeight hours be claims that he has had a machine making 500 revolutions per minute and the machine is still at work The invention is not yet completed and the man will give none of the details I No Time to Lose You cannot afford to disregard the warnings of a weak and diseased heart and put off talc ing the prescription of the worlds greatest authority on heart and nervous disorders MUM Heart Cure If your heart palpitates flutters or you are short of breath have smothering spells pain in left side or arm you have heart trouble and are liable to drop dead any moment Ra oe J W hat known oU aterainticoca- s ladrecedtlluhllo mow DC Mn M A Birdtil WitklnNY whose portrait hud this advertise treat i write this through grit Rude for benefit 1 received Milei Heart Cure 1 had palpitation 01 the heart were left shoulder and general health was reliable A few ol Dr JoliluJeLlt Cure cured me entirely Sold br alt UnissUU Dr Mite Medical Co Elkhart Ind ROUGH lacoiroiiTM 80 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKI COPYRIGHT Ac Anions sending a iiMch ma dettrlnUon mrqolcklr alertaln onr opinion frw bMbtr tue Comrounlt UoiuitrlctlraonldtiitUL Handbook on I totrent frw OMt l inner for cnnnfMUnu ukm Mann A Co crestrpet i1 u4 t I t SdtMtifk Jlmrkan ernNta13 UN CalataradearNew ore Olllce r at hlo R RIER- TELEPHONE COMPANY Talk being cheap and necessary ou should patronize home folks phonheIn talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Telephone Company or they will be At the whole expense II you sir so We connect with all In Companies For portico Afenagera rtrtrtrtll i IHAMMERSISAWS a That are being used to completea4 our new store make lots of noiseand tJ tso have the big Bargains we are of tjf feritig The first all but distracts 4 us but the latter ought to be mu Y sic for you Just two weeks more J and wo will move into our store and it is not a ql newi 4fr profit but n question of how igoods we can castle The more goods Jj twe sell the less we will have to it move so we are going to wipe out jic all profits We quote you prices o- nt n few articles below T Good Brown Domestio 1 yd wide4lcB- etterT grades same 51c to 7c- t Remnant Calico 2c13fr The Best CnhcoI oc 3 Good Bleached Cotton7c Sic anti lOc + 1 jgt Bleached Sheeting 04 vtcle18c I Same 104 wide V 22c Jfe Unbleached Sheeting 17cto21e All lOc Percals 1 Tie Percale i0c tA1112cCapcs30cto 000 Jnckets100 to 1000 v i lions Overcoats 100 to 1000 Mens Suitsn 250 to 1000 We also have a full line of Woolen Dress Goods 4 Flannels Skirts and Millinery Goods that wo will sell regardless of coat Como and inspect our stock tCARSON 80 tHartford Ky li J H EVERYBODYS STOREc February 1st is the time for our semiannual inventory We want as few goods as possible at that time consequently we will make it to your advantage to buy NOW Our x broken lots of everything will be sold at quite a saving tIthe purchaser Jackets and Overalls Hamilton Carheart ct Cos unionmade The durability of this line of goods has been attested to by thousands K f satisfied wearers Wo carry a com plete lino of these with or without the apron front Also tho different styles in the Coats J FurnitureRemember a very complete lino of this goods Everything you need for the furnishing ofyour houso wo have and tho prices are all right Every article strictly reliable Throe Stoves are taking tho clay Their quality is iinsur = passcd Thoy are an ornament to nroom Firebox lining if properly cared for will last five years Thorn js nouoitw f equal Buy your wife ono 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Bowels giving healthy nail untnrnlllcclI Tho Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend I iCElUIE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of 1 cthO Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMe euuu eON n MUV TftT UWYO CITY J iz11 = FIELD c SON= z onoonzc == TRANSFER LINEDWCC LTrc= A CAV == A- UBABTFOBD X Yn A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN TilE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED ASTHMA CURE FREE Asthmalonn Brings Instant Ballot and Foruianont Curo in all Cases ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL WHITE YOUl XAHE An ADDRESS IlAIMV CHAINED i FOR EARS r is cotbing like Asthmalene It brings instant relief even in the worst cases It cures when all else tails The Rev Wells of Villa RIdge HI says Your trial bottle of Asth malene received in gond condition I tell you how thankful I feelfor the good derived from it I was a sjave chained with putrid sore and Asthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cured I saw your advertisement for the cure ol this dreadful and tormenting disease Asthma and thought you had overspoken yourselves but resolved to give it a trial To my aston ishment the trial acted like a charm Send we a fullsize bottle Rov Dr Morris Wochslor ol the Cong Boat Israel New York Jan 3 1901 Drs Talt Bros Medicine Co Geutlemen Your Asthmalene is an excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay Fever and its composition alleviates all troubles combine with Asthma Ifaeuccesa astonishing and wonderful r Alter having carelully analztd we can state that Asthmalere contains no opium morphine chloroform or ether Very truly yours REV DR MORRIS WfiCHSLER Avon Springs N Y Feb 4 1901 Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Gentlemen I write this testimonial from a Dense of duty having tested the rdnderful effect ol your Asthmalene for the cure of Asthm My wife hasVeen afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past years Having ex hausted my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign npon your windows on 130th 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 n radical improvement Afterusing one bottle her Asth ma bad disappeared and she Is entirely free from all symptoms I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing disease Yours respectfully O D PHULPS M D 4 Dr Taft Bros Medicine Co Feb 5 1901 Gentlemen I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years I have tried num erous remedies but they have all failed I ran across your advertisement and stdrted with a trial bottle I found relief at once I have since pur chased your fullslz and I am ever grateful I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work lam now in the best ol health and am doing business every day This testimony you can make 4 such use of as you see fit Home addresa 335 Rivington street- SI RAPHAEL 67 East 129th St N g York City Trial Bottle Sent Absolutely Free on Receipt of Postal t Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE Co 79 East 130th St N Y Cit- ySold by Druggists A SOON TO MANKIND DTA3LERS BUCKEYE c bpI iZ IZr4rr1I g rICalr4IocC tfT1iI t iLlj jt There C F cannot tbroit Rabbi which it 12 F bottle go11- OJ ZZtjC w flWMmtITI rALL PILE 1 CURE I A New Disccvery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES DY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES GO CENTS JAMES F BAlHPD Sole Pioprletor 310 North Main StreetST LOUIS W 4 cForSale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky I f f 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 31 Illinois Control flallroadTlmo- Tablo Xew lima rnrd taking rltrct Snndaj Ute 2 noo at noon Nnrlh Ilniiiul Siillltl Itnnnil- No 1SJ dna 537 n in No 121 ila llIT a m No lKilDa4n Uf No 101 due tIT pu SnlrJdaelt Opu Nn 111 rtnM5p In- Iural FaiIgrtfl- u 194 doe7Mnm Nn 193 dna 5J p in- S II VJIXUCTKR fat rusts etHE AU fAILS IKal uuMb Sirup 1MtMUooJ Caa In lira Md li rtrnmum CQ N SUM P T I O N RUNT MfiRlfiRS DREflM Aunt MitUr Allciiswoilli was a klhdlicatlul old maiden latly some fifty years old She lived in n small eeat threeroom cottage in Told couc tyIKy There were five acres of ground attached to the cottage and Otl this she xviih the assistance ol her nephew Jim nanigcd to eke out II bare existence Jim Robertson the nephew was n steadygoing hardworking For and was kept busy making the garden and taking the vegetables to market Late ant early this thrifty pair could have been seen busily engaged about the trim well kept place she attended to the chickens aud ufkej and skimming the rich yellow cream fion the pans of milk getting it ready for the daily cburing while he gathered the fresh vegetables in the early morning tying them in bunch es ready lor the market wagon Every morniug during the vegeta ble season for the last fifteen years the little onehorse wagon bad been regularly hithed up and made the trip to town some three miles distant and constant use io sun and rain had cracked the hubs loosened the spokes warped the fellows and worn out the running gcaruntll this ramsbackelei old vehicle was in such a dilapidated condition the wheels would not track and the fellows were held in place by wire and rope How to obtain a naw wagon was a question that had long been on the wind ol the worthy woman and ns the product ol the little garden could not be marketed without one the wagon question was a momentous one Oae Saturday afternoon Jim return ed from the village having disposed of his stock of vegetables and as he deposited the proceeds of the days tI1 THE NEW WAY Common Senso for Women Indlf Should Rend of tha Lateit and Moat Soc reasfal Importation from Franc All Wonninklod May pouna Ilrlffht Fu Fair Skin Strength and Good Health So says Dr Ijillord the fnnoni Trench rrae tltloorr who ha devoted hht whole IIle to tbe ttady of women nod baa won the hlghwt dl Unction through bU wonderfally neceaitnl prar tit among the tint famlllra of 1arta- HOMAX A HIKOIK Woman la a hrolne aaya the Dottor aud Irremarkable endurance and ahlllty to wltbtam tha moat trying ordeal vompela admiration She U H alar to the Xotnrol Modroty of her aiwhleh in odea aaw hr to rndnr th pnatM trlnla nod aattrr In alkntr rather thou conanl Ten hor Kumllr 1hfilrlan fmrlnx to ezpoe bercll to nriTMary qnnitlonlnft and prohabl ezBKlantlun A UoJIU1nKORoUlug tbla fart w ly In his practice Dr LaDord biu bytrrara or tudy and close oppll cation rnrolr luu rutlrely new method of treat tent for all oUwl plIllr tu woman which baa nift with unbounded anwm and blo Ilranc Offlcea uianaRtd by killed pbjrilelana under hi pVraonal aupervUlon are now located In ertr large city of Europe lly jIll nnprrlir iwthod Mch pntt nt niIrra abaolntely true of CharS full and detailed advice Mpettolly adapted to bor cu e thus avoiding all embarraMioent or Inconvenience and aa Dr La Ilorda irmrdln alt put up In the turn of email dainty wafer they areuily carried and taken nt any time or plow without attrnctlnifntten tlon ThU ln urm regularity In trrutmnt whkt l mot important to n cure and generally Im ponlblv with llqnld nmrdlca Liquid remedlM nlwnya contaloalarKe proportion of alcohol chicks or other liquors to pie- erYe them from rpolllnR Dr LallordaWnfrri rrylromlulunuMOIIIn MirItoiis Dr La Ilorda nreatmt uctim boo born achler rdby the ue ur the CllIIIA WAFKII Thh I not a Patent MMIHne but n iiclentlfleprepa ratio ur Viburnum ur CAIIONIA loom uonly known aa lllnck lln bvrrrl and other well known biiun Hbunecuratlrn propvrtle ban been tuimn to hti unlfou fur irnttirlii Vlbur num ur flHuMA U rrcuKiilted and pre mrlbid by the leading phXeiclaue ol the world ai the bait fcuuwn SpvilQvlur Fvmult troableH Tbe eitrerarly dUaKrariblu tnite ol them drnfm hai been oveieomeby HkllUul manipulation retnlnlon hownvrr nil of their rittatx and atrrnrrtb and tbeati peelilM hurv been aacomblnislaiid prepar ed aa tu form a dulaty wnler entity tnb yet mlllldvlng Itlr mot accurate nod certain cart for Feinak WvukniM Nervoua lrotratloaialn fnl and Hoppremied MenwH Irrrxulnrlty I encor rhw ur Vbltr KtirUltyLlerrutlonol the Uterus Change or Lifo In Matron or Mold Chronic He t line Lrlniirr Troublni Nerrona Debility 1rof UM How Thrratvuixl Mlncnrrlune 1ulpltatlon ol the Heart 1alnn In tb Left Side fold hand nod Feet UOOIDlllllolYa Ialna Ilacknche Short Des of llrenth HenMlnR of lrlne Moreoma ul imat Neuralgia tierS Dlnplacement and all thoup nyniptoiiiN wblvb maka the one w- orunaIlIu mUenilile It uakea thlld birth ray end nayra doctor llllla A VAMJAIItK FKATUHEC- AllOSIA WAFKII8 hareproren iibleaalDft to thousandii of atttfrlni WOolen who hare bwn made well HtronR and nurprlilnul dbort time by thla wonderful Inm They will not only cure the butt obnllnnte race no matter how bog ticAlectvd but are alno the only known remedy that cant abwlntcly relied upon to nrvrent tbetie monthly recurrence ol eitreiu pain and nutlerlnR nwdlewily induced by ao inaiiv ul our women Iurp and Illectlvr Dr lallorda Wafer are purely rrmtabl tontntninff no Injurloua rhemltAla or du and nn po ltlrely irnirnnterd to cure even th mot nealected cane II dlrectlonii are carefully follow ed and the medicine honestly taken Thin rnlnable leiapdy Dr IHlliiril 4 nrn nil Know on aale In Amcrlcn by the Importing firm ol Any Hur slurP I who hare contracted with Dr Laflord for the esclualrc agency forth United State A Conanltatlon Department under the anperrUlon of Dr La Hard la maintained and apevlal advice fnfnlahrd absolutely free of charm to all who take tile treilment l idli ordering CAnOSSA aro invited to writ nil ubout their particular calac- nll and nr MniTd the most sacred privacy aa tu their correspondence na nn tdttlmoulala or lottera from ladle ar ever pal llollod by us One box of CAIIONIA Wafer containing month anpply will be itent accurcly packed and prepaid tnany nddrcenln the U H or Canadaoi rxvlpt of Ona Dollar aceompanl d by the details ofyoarcaiw AlallandeompletK treatment ln eludlnx nil nerpuarr medicine and our wittn guarantee Five Dollar payable In advance Thla eharn cover all eipeniea including free adrli and tall direction Tb ro are no add hoist tbarKM of shy kind tbua placing thi treatment within the reach of all AtMrCM Cunaoltatlon Dept The Jfoylen taller omr i ny Jlarkt sad 211k Sti Phil adl UPa ttjr L1 fd r c K A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Somotliing Now Uider The Sun All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid gases Inhalers and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mncnnuH membranes causing them I to crack open and bleed The power ful acids in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same mew blunts that their maters have aimed to cure while pasteii and ointments ccnnot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who has lor many years made a close study and Kptcialiiy ul the treatment ol Catarrh has at last per cted a tieat r went which when falthmly used not only relieves nt puce but permanent ly cuien dta h by rimovliiR the cause itopoinc the discharges and curtfg all inflammation Jt is the inly remedy known t cltnce that actually reaches the ifflctcd parts This wonderful remedy is known II Snuffleu the Guaianteed Catarrh Cure and is sold at the extremely ow price ol One Dollar each ontalnlng Internal acd ellrn1jmedicine vufGcient for a lull treatment mTd enr thing ilfsalj to its perfect use IISouffles is the nnl Cure ever made nod is row refVgrjlztd 15 the only sate anti positive cure for that annoying and thsgtini disease It cures all inflimatloh quickly nnd permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold in the Head Catarrh when neglected often learlr Consumption Snuflles1 wll Ito you it you use it nt once It is no ordinary remedy hut a complete treatment which is restively cuaran teed to cure CAUrrh in any f rni or stage if used nccofdinR to the three tions which accompany each pack tge Dont delay but send lot it at nce end write lull particulars as to your condition and yon will receive special advice from the discoverer ol this wonderful remedy regarding vourcnsa without cost to you beyond the regular price ol Snuffle the Guarantee Catarrh Cure Stat prepaid to any address In Jht United States or Canada on receipt I I Ore Dollar Address Dept I Ed win B Giles Company 2331 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia sales in the old ladys hand said Aut Riley I saw the nicest new wagon in front ot Baker Moores today It was just tI every thing we need has a spring seat and a low bell and the price is only forty dollars Forty dollars I exclaimed Aunt Mnriar with uplifted head Why boy how you talk dont you kriow It took every cent I could rake AntI scrape to pay this years taxes talk to me about a new wagon nov lor I dont see any chance to get one this year unless some one would give it to me and theres no likelihood II that I know IL9 theres a way to get it Aunt I asked Mr Moore if he would let rue have it on credit nod pay for Itout ol this years strawberries aud vegetables if we could If not let It run over till next year and he said he would I tell you what Aunt Mariar he is a good friend of yours No indeed I wont get it on cred it Why Jim I couldnt sleep o nights 11 was owngthat much won ey I never wide any debts In my young days and I am sure twill BO begin it when Im old So we wile have to walt until nextyearand the old one last as long as possible 5 Nothing wore was said about the new wagon nntll one Sunday about three weeks after the above conversa tion While returning from church in company with some of her friends including Judge Slcaas wife and daugbterAnut Mariar turned to them and said I must tell you my dream- I would not hive thought so much about it li I had rot dreamed the same thing three times In succession and it made such a lasting impreeclon on my mind I cant forget it 0n Thursday Anight I dreamed Iwai standing by that rose bush in the corner of the yardyou remeniber that large bush that blcoms so late in the season and is always FO lull ol roses Welt I was picking oil the dead stems when my cot struck against an old tin can halt buried in the dirt I paid no attention to it al the time and would have probably forgotten the matter altogether had I not alter making a circuit ol th bush struck the same object the sec ond time with the same foot I then stooped to pick it up and saw It wns an ordinary tin can tabout onrthird full of dirt I pltchCllltfronime in tending to throw it lnli TuBblsh plf In the lot it truck against the fence and fell back in the yard I went and picked it up the second time ar sate a yellow piece of metal lying in the mouth ot the can An cxatuina tlon of it it proved to be a ten dollar gold piece and as I hunidly emptied tile remainder ol the dirt out ul I lit can lour more of the gold piece Ml out making In all filty dollars mid dont you know the very fist thing done in ray dream was to o ri II to Baker Mjnrort ail y out horse wagon 0 Friday and Saturday nights I dre meiithe sme thing and il I drenm it axhin o night I am certinly Riini lutlrq- I rflthHer companions rernake l PM the j lepllfinn of tho dream and iaid- wait J fttlratit vtry peculiar Jtn1Slons little pirj had lIMrn ed attentively tolhe relation of- tlreamnams tAe oVSri ns sbe leeched home went3HV her JatheV nwl told him of Aunt Marlais dream adding Oh papa wouldnt it benice il lila t drtaru would come true nnd say pi pat why couldnt Itf You coud give me the ODel and will find in od w 0 THREESCHOOLS IN ONE GREAt BUILDING UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT1 AND OPERATED UNDER THREE CHARTERS The Southern U rpial School the grit Independent Normal Training School of the South An able racultyof U done J J Specialists linn charge of the different end thorough practical and comprehensive teaching Elocution nndlc T me Primary English Teacher State Certificate State Diploma Preparatory Oratory Vocal aiul lustrmqeiital Music courses are taught We most wpecttnlly latHe alt who to lake a siCouristoisYIetIgCtsthC 1- oeceqe work we are doing In our Uw School BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE The trading nuslrlo Training School of the South Thoutandi The Nilloiiil of llielluslneu the country me jjiacluatM of hits InilHutlon l hoolIIlraChI Sle salCOlflikteCommercial Drenches are taught Including Shorthand Lapin Typewriting llu lneu Correspondence lluineaa Arithmetic Commercial 01 school othl kind In the Oulb A rrKular- w renmanahlp lluilneu Practice vie General Mtntgtr Train lltpolebtr and prattled Railroad Man hat chare the wor- kStudents atuilent air imltcraally ccttirtii In the Commercial will be in dally attendance during the 9aG24tzOur rrofcmlonal World anti outer rail to aecurc the I226poilttona of honor aud tru l present scholastic year THE GREAT INDEPENDENT NORMAL AND BUSINESS TRAINING BOHDOLS OF THE SOUTH WBE SURE TO MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Catalogues and Journals Free Arfdrass H H CHERRY Biniral Manager Bowling Braan Ky Dl WV l tChcCC3n iruitCogrtV T UKIB JoUga iJK How Attorney Owrmlioro T II Ulutfc Jail BA AndrniinClrrk Itowan llultirouli lUtrr ton nlilolIr 0 11 lAva 1rntew Jury load H T Sttreni Sheriff llartlurd Iollal ShotlBl 11 hotter T II IVBtun J II Tovlur W S Tlftilrjr louriruaveta5r4MuUduilb MOrel end Augat Raol ruutlkuf three weeks and thIrd llunday In May cud Nnvrmtwrtvo r la- Vuuoty Court J I UUIrr Ja lif 1111 111g ibl heck l I llratrlB Att rnrT llartloM- lf Coiirt eoarrnrj Slit Monday with month Quarterly Conritl liiii on lb third UunJa IfAprll July Octutwrund Janaurr Court oftIoImCoYreta nr t Monday Jan nary Taxduy alter awjad Monday In Uttulwr Oilier Ofllirn N 110r Karvryur Kbrvrr 0 li llayal tOeeadir FordifKlr Fun HuKprr Srhool lj qp rlalrndrnt llnttlord I W hunt tVronfr Sulphur Sudan uxtle 3 Coiiita 11 llVaylori Croranril Uurtli 2 Jose lHn teuibtr I teD Wr IMil W A liens Ootfrtowa February II May l AnKiiit W Xormlwr 4 IMSIT A rirau Kord TUIllnnli I June e1o1 trmbrDhkveniberllllII Marrh tl Jma 98 liep tMnberU Urrrmbf II 111- o K Kltilinnb lmndn Manli K June rSr- plmllItorSIIOI Cunitabln V J Stewart llnodfl 1 K tlrDi ale Irrntli JrreUMAHoa Jlafo I Iehoo Itiford ro 1oa = rv coa M K Church ll enthSrkra third Sunday tath mouth nt 11am and 1 p IB aDd fourth Sunday 11 p ra Itnjtr mntleg arery Wed m day artnlnir IttY 3C 1etrie Iaitor Ilaptlit rharth s rrlm h loadSunday In nub month nt 11 a m and T 111 1rayer meet laFrertryTnunday cTrnlnr lltr 11 11 Stop ham Pastor i C 1 CbomhSmvlces flrat Snndiiy la carb month at U a rn and r p w IInI II liar Bd paitor School Trustee Hartford Jaa P Stiller J S 01nn W O llkhlwkk W H Maniy Woodba- rTln4iyD K Tbomat Town Trnitmlt T CoUlna J U MattlnKly- Mhlby Taylor KW Ford A DWhltc Hartford Cociot Cceiotioa A O V W meet mood and fourth Wrdnr lay nights Knlghta of Equity mreta attend and fourth Saturday nIght Knights or Honor areta frat and third Satar day nlghta- Hnrttord Lodge X0 m r t AMaaonaCrat Monday night In reek oiiwth- llongh Hirer LoditrNe Ue Kolgnta t Pythla meets every Tuesday night Prmtop Morton rot K0 4 0 A R hold rm ularmretlngaSatardAybtfanlirttSiindaylaeatli raoQth All ratmbrra of the rtapeetlra ledfea are Invited atttnd all mention tin can and we will put the money in it and take It there as soon as it gets dark and hide it in the rose bushand then poor old Aunt Mariar can have the new wagon she needs so badly Judge Sloan knew the wagon well and that Aunt Marlar was a hard working deserving old lady and to humor his daughter and also to do a kind act he consented The tin can was soon found and filled with dirt and the money placed lnit That night after returning how church Judge Sloan and his daughter drove over to the place and silently deposited the can in the rose bush The next morning bright and early Aunt Marlar went to the rose bush in the corner of the yard and the first object that met her astonished gaze was the tin can She turned itup side down with trembling hand and sure enough five bright new ten dol lam gold pieces rolled out It is needless to say the fulfillment ol the dream was soon known far and ntar as the mcst wonderful thing that VORMS II A FORTUNE FOR 50 CENTSAn opportunity to pet thousands of dollars in cash is offered by THU MEMPHIS WEEKLY COMMER CIAL AHPUAL to the subscribers making the first correct or ueareat correct sess on the number of balca of Cotton received In Icmphia from Se1iteinber I 1901 to and ladludihIg ApriL 15 190Z the only provision tielng that each and every guess omit be accompanied by 50 cent for a years subscription to THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY COMMERCIAL APPEAL The Great Newt Farm and family Journal of tho South The fIrst corrector nearest correct guess onthe number of bales of Cotton received In Memphis i- I from September i 1901 to April 15 looa will be awarded In cash as follow I If received In December I 5OOO If rccelyed In January 3500 I be plainer the proposition It simply this If the correct or neared t correct zilcH U received the fortunate gueMcr vrlll recelv ioooooon cuh If not received until October theRueafcr ITo 900000 If not until Nov mb r 750000 It not until December 300000 pot untIl 350000 If not until February 200000 not until March 100000 TUB MEMPHIS WEEKLY COMMERCIAL APPEAL U the greatest news farm and family journal the United States At only cenUa yearit pive ten and twelve pages weekly uf news ixcUlly iireprr l farm matter S M Tracy a womans anti chlldrtn department hy Mrs asic howard a relIgioun par e J I with Dr Talniige sermon and a Sund yachbol lesson a short story and a continued atoryj the Ule t market reports Waalilngton goaalp and many columns of mUcellaneou news and Information raptr Casa Ba Seat to Any Address and Curs Crrdllril lii Party Mahlnj llrmlltanr S CONTEST CLOSES 01 MARCH 31 1902 O at raUalcBt toil tba gnus li tab oa tha number r bataa of cot- tonA itceiTtdla M Kt hla freia Faptembtr I 1WI la April i5 C I 1H Jechuhn the uKdal ftariaol lh MtnpHla CoOn Ka a chaise U tx the tgeig apes WClallle ceateil la tote decided la older to k lp atery oaa la fiaatt aid enable tbeaa foX to Biaka a cloM a i ittb receipts Mefophla tatwee the O ditta mi allaaed fir tbe past Ul yeats ara glten below MfvpktaOftaroea Neb r r bel a mt sst a rsICd In NphIi5 rrB I iau April 054 UTUO Nat kr rbal a r lla ra lVeJSa M npkl frvrnmtH 1 5500 I April IS hIOt 55114- 4ebsrX r Bat r IKa e tT4 Bf kl fr l S I 3501 f April IS a5aOfItr t als r ssia revd la M apkla 5W 5pl 1 lOSS 5 April IS 000 110055- bsr or I r N Id I M BpkU- rr 5pS I lISP April la Ian 1040- 0uebrfbnIsi Ctte wled la Mropkli tnm IspS 10 boo a April IS O1 515650e- c g will ba rarordrd where postmark chow lellarwu malted later than TIareh II 1 Eel under aacimmatanceawUI a be recorded where teller la received al the Commercial Appeal office later tkaa April 1WJ no nalltr what date or postmark 2 SEND FOR A FREE SAMPLE COPY 2 Mike rsmittancespayabls to aad address TUB WIIBKLY COJITIEHCIAI APPEAL TIampUta Tenn- o I ccc o C o9OceC9o ceooaot 1never happened and wai a nine days wonder Judge Sloan nnd his daughter kept the secret well and to this day Aunt I lulu does not know why her dream c nie trueBy Tlruuiie 1 in Earl ington lice- VICKSBURG VETERANS VISIT I Tho Old Battle GroundsA- iDylEH NEW ORLliANS MARDI GRASI Tl MtvlTlaft ratemaa oMb camp IIllIrnMOttIlljwUl ore nt Vklmbarn TlaK IIIat 510 p ii rrwport Ktt4 a mSt Louis at 101 J 11111 Oaftamiuat eOlenad Ixmlarllla at 40p m OK Twwlajr February 4 Itoth tnudardI IBllmin aad Sscurku Mwpcn will bt tun from Chicago aid ram OariBBntl and Louisville 10I I Xw Orkann amllu aJilltlott FSscanlop Cars I be tUft Iron frrrport find from Ht Iool to Sew- i rkaa Cite JIrirot wr doable brIbelsther 01I eaplfil li tine or two ieolie win b aa fiios Nw1r1au iKlaiidirIHeifrOmhiii1gO- ttit Iron Oarlnnatl and from TxiaUTllI IIWI la Kxaanlon Cain from Cbtnico and from 1rrt port fUll from Ht Loalannelnnatland lonU rllla MW Iagreet trip ned eveey rat raa tin oa every daughter ol A veteran anti every bod ttn who wnnla a gout time nlionM at on a rpplj tor tb lr eherping car nwomantlona- Fot 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report from ioan special corre 4pondents throughout the copntr1Zu pen cs tell tt WHY it is the BEST on w tflyspecial arrangements we can illrlit RE l 41 PUBLICAN and thisjfteat papeiforil Sl Ajfr t e s dres all orders to the w w I ite tit 41 J lJt 41 6 Republican41 J tit 4HartfdnICy ii L If received In February 2000 If receIved Iii ttarclt 3 1000 iliIn If of JO IlrofSunday SEND GUESS AND REMITTANCE SAME LETTER I guess that the number of bales of cotton received In Memphis from Sept 1 1901 to April 15 1902 wilt be tsales Send paper to Postoffice County State Enter guess to Poitoffice M State USE THIS COUPON WHEN POSSIILE If Shed out peuprly la eat neceuity to write a liner with II C oeo C JrRARE OPPORTUNITY GIVEN AWAYS 1 F REE I 1 AUS F NVflRN TURi fEIGHT IN NUMBER Au hDB Multi Pl Unum Frints TWELVE IN NUMBER MuHiw Color Gos hiMm ia Coins TWELVE IN NUMBER A reproduction from each of the above famous sets of be given aw y every copy of fia himjildij Commcrcial tribune Jifttrics 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