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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i t 4S4A O 0kc Itxrtferb UqnblicanhpheH u e Fine Job Work a Specialty IP IT IS NEW YOl V1LL FINn IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year e VOL3iVTI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 19 1904 No5 I r 1 I 4 to y BURNED ATA STAKE Two Negroes Meet Horribl Fate in Georgia Bodies Soaked With Kerosene by a Mob Then the Torch was Applied Statesboro Ga Aug 16With their clothing saturated with kero- Sene and writhing and twisting In their agony and screaming Iau Reed and Will Cato negroes the to principals in the murder and burning of Henry Hodges MB wile and Ix children three miles trout Statesbor three weeks ago were burned at the stake today Cato begged to be shut or hanged Some of the more humane wanted to grant the request but theywere III the minority A member of the mol made H speech recounting the horror ol the crime This Infl tined the crowd to H burning pitch To a large stump twelve feet high the men were chained A wsivsoi loaded with pine wood WPS hauled to the spot and piled around the curt and ten gallons of kerosene was thrown over them A photo nphci was present and the crowd cleaie back so that he might get severa views ol the then Then followed nn awlul scene Frerzied cheers rent the air as tfce men almost crezcd with hatred fur the urea being punished saw the cruel flames drinking up the life blood The spectacle was frightful As the notices reached Reeds naked oil soaked akin he twisted his head around In an endeavor to choke him sell and avoid the frightful torture Only once did he complain lIe saidLord have mercy Cao rcrenmed with agony and begged to be shot Ills heavy suit 01 hair which was oil staked was al most the first thing the fl uues fasten ed upon He was screaming with agony while the hemp rope become a collar of fire around his neck As soon an it was seen that the men were dead the crowd commenced to disperse A large number remained behind piling more fuel on until both the bodies were burned except the trunks Others employed themsel ves in thrashing out the fire which commenced spreading among the dry pine needles RENDER Aug 16Mr IJd Mosjbarger ol Lotrsville way here on business last ThursdayMr A Foster of Central City was here on business lat week Mr T R Todd ol Louisville WAS here on business last Friday Mrs P K Sfllsburg is visiting in Central City at this writing Mr S F Howty 01 Central City was here on Riisinecs last Friday Mr J N Hurt was visiting at Horse branch last Friday Mr J W Wilkins visited in Mill wood and Idtcltfield last Friday and returned Saturday Mr W S Vlck of Owensboro was here on business thlq week Mrs UUen Sloan returned from Llnoi Ind last Friday alter a three wet ks visit among her relatives Mrs A V Bennett of Beaver Dam wes hire shopping last Saturday Misses Nellie Woodward and Hattie Barnes of Hartford are the guests 01 Mr ami Mr Paul Woodward at this writing Mr Simon Jones watt In Hartford on business last Saturday Mrs Lilly Craddock was in Beaver Dam lost Friday- Mr Wm Fields returned home last Saturday alter being in the U S Army for the period of three years Mr James Bratcher of Stephens burg was here on business last Sat urdayMr Jno Carr spent the day at Nel son last Saturday Miss Lee Taylor of Prentls is vis sting her sister Mrs J W Tilford at this writing Misses Florence Wester field and Ida Snell visited in Horton Sunday Messrs Nicholas Barrass and son Tom and Clarence Baker of Tnylc Mines were here Saturday- Mr and Mrs Jno S Spence were in Taylor Mines last Sunday after noonMr Joe Smith and Miss Laul Fisher were in Taylor Mines last SundayMrs W II Jones and son William are visiting relatives in Central City at this writing Mr R Y Thomas Jr of Centra City was here on business yester dayMr Karl Martin of Taylor Mines was here Sunday Mr P K Salsburg went to Centra City Saturday and returned yester dayMr John Ried Taylor Mines wan here yesterday Mrs R J Kngleby and daughter Miss Madle have been on the sick Ist lor several days but are much Improved at this writing Mr Isaac Oser returned from DI vie sand Hancock counties Saturday after being gone for two week on business Prof V M Mnseley commenced his school yesterday sixty pupils en rolledState Mine Inspector Splllman of Lexington was here yesterday or businessMessrs J II Flelden and J M Reynolds were in Hartford yesterday rFATHER IS CRAZY l B Coomes Loses His Mind Over His Sons Death Madlfonville Ky Aug ISL B Conines the father of James Coomes who was murderedby the negrd Roy Green in Owensborojuly 30 was to day declared insane by a corumissior In the justices court and taken to the hospital for the Insane at Hopkins ville The man is the lather of twelve children one ol whom was the mur tiered man He became suddenly In have a few days after his sons tragic death and It is said by his relatives that grief over the murder of his son deranged his mind The old man s insanity took ape culiar turn He would wander along the road which ran in front of his home four miles from this city and cal aloud for his son to come to him He frequently stopped people passing in their wagons and asked them to come out And pray with him for his onn return to life Within the last lew days he had become a raving ma niac and vainly clamored to his sons tvho had to hold him In bed to let him loose and let him kill the murderer It was feared that in anungarded mo ment he might injure some of his gamily and his oldest son took steps to day to have hIm committed to the lospital he examining physicians think in time he im y become rational igain DANGER Williams Hill impassable on account of work Go through the bottoms Good road JOHN B WILSONSupt CLEARRUN Au jr iGMrs John Park who bas- bcn seriously ill for some time is lowly Improving Rev Cuntrill filled his regular ap miniment at Washington last Sun layMiss Lclia Patterson Grayson Is visiting in this community Mrs Golda Taylor Owensboro Is siting her grand father Mr Hardin loagland Mr James Wilson of Oklahoma is visiting relatives at this wrltnlng Mr Johulthan Hoover of Hancock ounty has been in our midst visiting his mother brother and sister the last few days Miss Madle Park began school at our place last Monday with a good attendance MEET TRAGIC DEATH William Hoback and Harve Allen Asleep on Rails Bodies Were Found Sunday Morn ing by an Employe of The Road Owensboro Ky Aug 17 One 01 the most lamentable accidents tba has ever happened on the Hendetroi route was the killing of William Ho back and Harvey alien two young men four miles west of the city lit midnight Sunday They were tvi dently sleeping by the side of tin track using the rail as a pill ivr Their heads were crushed while the remainder of their bodies were us injured Both Hoback and Allen livec at Bon Harbor mines Hoback UK owner of the mines and Allen wa iI sun of Henry Allen and wee emp oy cd in the office at the mines The bodies were found early Sun day morning byan employe of tin road They were stretched by tit side of the track and had apparei 1 been hardly moved by the past IUJ train It Is certain that they utr killed by the midnight passer Cr train wtst bound The young men went to adc Saturday night at the home of J W Colenear Mattlnglys distillery witre they spent the evening =lent er ol the Cole family say the joung met left the house at a few minutes bfei II oclock The bodies wire a mlnil i half from the Cole house and it va evident that the boys had sat for IIIIt time beside the track A number of cigarette stumps and a quantity ol tobacco juice were beside the tack where they had at Evidently they became sleepy and probably unc n dnusly laydown with their head or the track They could not have her in this position many minutes whec the train came Coroner Hayden was notified at soon AS the bodies were found rust re paired to the scene at once and i cld in inquest A verdict was returned in accordance with the facts Hoback was twenty years old whl Mien was two years his set for Both were habitually Sib r anj it vts stated at the Inquest that neih er of them had drunk any Intoxi at Saturday night Hobck was t rn In France But came to this couttiy vhen a small boy He va+ bo k keeper at the nines Both young men were well known In Owns- bora In Memory of Mrs Nancy Park On July loth 1904 the dark angel- rf death hovered over the home 0- 1our dear mother In the beautiful eyond were beckoning hands ot oved ones gone before and the sweet vOice of her Redeemer calling her tome Her pilgrimage had teen ong and the milestones marked vith deeds of love and kindness She was eightylour years ofage tad lived a consistanUmerober of the ilethodlst church the past seventy years She leaves four sons and three laughters a host of relatives and riends to mourn her loss A face is missing in our home L voice we loved is still A place is vacant In our heart Which never can be filled DEII sALEm Aug IsOur school id moving long nicely with Miss Lou Hoove- rsteacherMr s Daniel and family of near Oaton were the guest of Mr aniela cousin Sir J R Wilson near Rosine last Saturday Mrs Rinda Smith and two little boys ot Louisville are visiting Mrs Smiths parents Mr and Mrs Wm unison near Cane Run churchat this writing Mr Rufus Boyd wife and daughter Nob were the guests of Mr Boyds Ister Mrs Thomas Daniel last hursday night Mr Henry Owens and wife visited Mr Owens sister Mrs Susie Raley Sunday Miss Ola Wilson was the guest her cousin MlnnieJWllson Sunda nightMr Jesse Hoover of Beaver Dam is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs Harry Cummings near Rosine at this writing Mr J G Wilson of this place spentf last Tuesday night with his cousj Mr James Craig at Leitch fieldffcy MS Jessie Raley is visiting rela tivesTet Owensboro at this writing Mri Lucy Brown and daughter Mlss 6udle of Rosine were thn- gntstgof Mrs Browns aunt Mrs Phieby Christian near Cane Rut church last Thursday GENERAL INTELLIGENCE Senator Fairbanks will tour thi I RepubllIcan thence proceed east after which ht will go to the far West Secretary Shaw will also mule a number of speeches in the interest of the Repub li ulticket Fl r a fheoling woodcock within the city limits of Chicago Mayor Harris In- hils laid himself liable to a fine He was scored for his disregard of the aw which seeks to protect the wood cock hone slaughteras this specks ol bird is fast becoming extinct Accoullng to the Government weekly rrip report the central vallr3 s have suffered grtaMy from a la k of rain during the past wet k Corn has suffred especially from truth In hat is known as the strictly corn belt A more or less deterioration in cjtton has been felt within the last week Ball wetvles have made their appearance along the gulf coast To bacco has suffered materially from 1T drouth in th j Ohio vat ley The Secretary of Navy has decreed that liquor shall be usd In chrs en ing ah vessels of the United SaltS Navy He was requested by a temperance league to designate water as a substitute for wine The Japans have made a demand for the surrender of Poit Arthur ad the latest bulletins from the scene ot war say It has met with a refusal The docks at the besieged city hove been set on fire by Japanese shells and several nous s have been destroyed by the flames Rains are interfering again with the Manchurian laud campaign but the Japanese tnces are said to be making another advance and driving bick the Russian outposts BEDA Aug 17 Quarterly meeting con ventdatthcMlv church Saturday and Sunday Mr Jesse Hudson who has been very ill lor several weeks is slowly improving Miss Ollie Bennett Owen boro who has been visiting her parents 11r and Mrs L D Bennett returned to Owensboro Saturday Several from No Creek attended the 1tuterly meeting attheM 15 chuich Saturday and Sunday Mr Pirtle of mar Hartford visited his daughter Mrs Dr Stewart Sunday Mr Shadash Greer attended the hrttitauqua at Owersjoro hut seek Mrs Loney Sandeler and children of No Creek spent Monday with her parents Mr and Mrs W C Ambrose Mrs Vivian Bldwell Matanzas a as the guest of her parents Saturday tad Sunday School at this place Is progressing licely Misses Aberta and Bnnche Gerr end Clara Bennett visited Mss Ethyl Bennett Monday Mrs Azro Rowan and son Ney lefiin visited tier mother Mrs Nancy foster Tuesday Mr Bud Boelem Southerland was he guest of friends and relatives here ast week Rev Robert Bennett andjdaughler Miss Martina Hartford spent Dion lay with MM Nancy Foster OF eWltvffi Salver For Piles Burns Sores PERUNA SAVED MY LIFE Writes Mrs W McRoberts A U I Do All My Housework and Take Care of My Baby and I Feel So Goo- dYYFF S SN A YOUNG MOTHERS LETTER J Mrs W McRobertB writes to Dr T thetI Delano Miss I Dr S R Hartman Columbus Ohio T Dear SlrI feel perfectly well of catarrh I did as you directed me to 1thIrdT and happy I am very thankful to you and Peruna hared my life I recommend It to everyone and cant 1 T praise 11 enough 1 Fend you my own and my babys ishegood health now I do all my house work and take care of my baby and t feel so good There are three or four of my neighbors using Peruna now since itT 1justtIrsMISS ClARK Of Hopkinsville Commits Sui cide With Poison Unable to Bear the Odium at Charges of Forgery I Against HerIuI11Hopkinsvile Ky Aug i6 ble to bear the odium of the charges of forgery which have been preferred against her Miss Belle Clark a b au tiful and popular young woman this afternoon committed suicide by swal lowing coroslve subiniflte LSt Sarurdst3tt was discovered tlit a cheek for SliSl and another 5 r davn In favor ot Miss Cliirk on W J ter P Rnvlfs H will known yrunjf Caftan farmer were forged The cheeks wtie on the bank of Hopkns ville Mis Ch rc ww are ted hit rcltasul mi hand afe the slate for ex Hmlrvir trial had been set Miss Clark stated that she had been uiven permlsFion to draw checks on Mi Hi wfs She told where 50 of tin money Lai been paced and it was rrimncd to the bank Miss Clark was about twentythree years old and had lived In Hopkins vllle for stv ral years It in paid that I she Mt tune sifter n quarrel with her laiuily ovr s love affair At Its time she drank coibolic acid and her life was barely save- dSHRRIFFS SM The Commonwealth of Kentucky to the sheriff of Ohio county greeting We command you that you ex pose to sale the estate of J H Mor ris the following described property towit One tract or parcel of land bounded as follows OrT the ne rth by the Illinois Central railroad un MRS L M GRIFFITH Area t writes I am thirty years old and never had any children but since beginning your medicine Igave birth to 10pound baby girl I am stronger than I have boon since I was quite young God bless you and your medicine forever MRS L M GRIFFITH If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Poruna write at onco to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your caso LUUpleased to give you lria valuable advicsr gratis r Ao- S Address Dr Hartman President ofI The Hartman Sanitarium Colurnbui I Ohio the east by the J M Tilford farm on the south by the tract of land bought by defendant Morris from J J Til ford on the west by the lands of Ben Kelly The land levied on being the same bought by defendant from Spur eon Foster and containing 6 or 8 cresmore or less which according to our com ands you have taken into onr hands and which still remains in your hands unsaid as yqu have certi fled to the Judge ot our Ohio Circuit Court to satisfy G D Autry for the sum ol twelve dollars and fifty cents with interest thereon at the rate of six prr centum per annum from the I4h day of tiny 19 2 unpaii Al so the sum of 5 85 which in the same court was adjudged to him for his costs in that bhaf expended whereof G D Autry hath recovered execution against the said J H Morris by virtue of a transcript from G W Martins justice court to the Ohio Circuit court and that you have the- talft sums ol money before the Judge of tad court nt the court house in HartMrd oa the Saturday succeeding the second Monday in September next to satisfy tine said plaintiff his debt interest and COS afoiesnld and have then HW thtre this writ Witness 15 G Dims cl rk of our said Court at the court house 94Iand In the 112 year of the Commonwealth E G BAJWASS Clerk By F L SANDER nun D C I Pursuant to tbe above order I will I offer for sale the above described prop erty at the court house door in Hartford I Ohio county Ky on Monday the 5th day of September 1904 between the hours of one oclock p in I and 3 oclock p m to the highest and best bidders or so much thereof I as is necessary to produce the sum i required TERMS ot SALThree months with approved security i CAr P Kuowx S 0 C By S 0 KEOWV D S r c rARKERS RESrONSEI Supposed Speech of Silent Man Accepting Nomination Will do His Utmost to Fool the PeopleHow He Hypno tized Democracy Yellow Iiltket It affords me great satisfaction to know that any party reposes such un bounded confidence In me as to make me Its standard bearer in a great con test like the one which Is now to open Perhaps standard bearer Is not the word to use In this cam paign as we do not seem to have any standard But anyhow I am glad t know that I have been deemed worthy to be singled ontfrom among so manj able Democrats and entrusted with the frazzle ended banner of Democracy which has so long trailed In the blue mud ofdefeat I am not saying that I will b= able to lift It up and float It high In the sunshine of vie tory That would be taking too much for granted All I can promise I that I will do my utmost to fool e people Into voting for me like I fool ed you fellows Into nominating me I have never talked much but I am a terrible deep thinker I can draw uj some of the most subtle plans yo ever heard of as a rule they work out pretty well Now that It Is all over and I have captured the nomination I dont mind telling you how I worked it You will then be able to judge what a resourceful candidate you have gotIn the first place I wheedled i with Hill and got him to become my lieutenant I knew something of his ability as a worker of underhand schemes I put him Into the secret of my financial leaningsand told him to communicate the news to all the gold standard people He did just as I had commanded him I was then sure that my lieutenant could brin all the sound money delegates to my support I knew also that my lieu tenant was capable of mal g the sil verltes believe I favored their way of thlnglng That was a right ticklish job but Mr Hill managed It well I put a heavy bridle on my tongue and devoted all my energies to seeing how silent I could be Mr Hill held the ropes When I gave him the wink then he pulled We had decided to suggest a gold plank and then pacify the silverltes by letting them kick It out I willing to stand on a platform with a hole In It for the sake of get ting the two wings united for me In the convention I Intended all the time to make my views known after I had gotten the nomination for I felt sure that the convention would not have the heart to change its decree after It was once given out to the public I had that telegram written a week before the convention met and I knew perfectly well just how it was all going to work out So you see I am a cunning old fox when I set my head and you may all congratulate yourselves on having such a schemer for your candidate Now If you will all forgive me for fooling you the way I did If you will all set in and use your Influence to help me fool the voters as effectively as I fooled you there may be some hope of success in November- I am going to fling aside my judi cial toga and put on my political bathing suit and dive into foaming torrent of politics with even more zest than I have ever shown in split ting the old Hudson here at Rose mountI glad to be the candidate of the Democratic party notthat I have j much hope of winning but because there is some honor In being the lead er even of a forlorn hope To be the idol of ones party and to be the recipient I of the minority vote of the country means a whole lot to a fellow hike me To Golden California Best way Is via Missouri Pacific kallvray through scenic Colorado and Utah returning via Iron Mountain Route or vice versa Cheap round trip rate from St Louis to San Fran cisco or Los Angeles 4750 account Knights Templar Conclave and Sov ereign Grand Lodge I O O F Sep tember next Liberal stop overs In scenic Colorado Tickets on faIt August 15 to September 10 October 23 1904 Two fast train daily Pullman sleepers chair cars and Dining cars Special train personally conducted to San Francisco Knights Templar Conclave Stops Ayers This falling of your hair I Stop it or you will soon be bald Give your hair some Ayers Hair Vigor The fall ing will stop the hair will Hair Vigor grow and the scalp will be clean and healthy Xhy be satisfied with poor hair when- t you can make it rich Mjrhalr nearly Ml cnme nut I then tried A llfttr Vigor nod only oin hottletpped tho fulling New linlr mine In runt tlitfk lint A little curlsSae U M SMITH Saratoga N Y pLo n bottle J c errs rep Towoll lee drlllllltfor Thick Hair en route to sight see Colorado etc For Itinerary of trip descriptive liter ature map folder etc consult Tick et Agents or address R T G Mat thews T P A Room 301 Norton Kysor No Substitute Offered Say what you will about druggist- sa ring something just as good because it pays a better profit the tact 1still stands that ninetynine out of a hundred druggists recommend Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy when the best relied for diarrhoea is asked for and do ac because they know it is the one remedy that can always be depended up- lon even in the most severe ward dan gerous cases Sold by all drug gists m Low Rates to Colorado and Utah Resorts Best reached via the Missouri paIclfic Railway from St Louis to lo Colorado Springs and Denver 3700gSalt Lake City 3800 round trip Correspondingly low rates from all points Tickets on sale dally until September 3 return limit October 31 1904 Liberal stop over with diverse routes Three last trains dai ly from St Louis elegant equipment For descriptive literature particulars etc consult Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky Illinois Central Railroad Co Notice to Stockholders Public notice Is hereby given that the regular annual meeting ot the I Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the Companys office In Chicago 111 onI Wednesday October 19 1904 all twelve oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will bi issued to each holder of one or more shares f r1halon the books of the company at U close of business on Tuesday SeptemeI ber 27 1904 who is of full age H ticket enabling him or her to trn el free over the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Centraj Railroad nearest to his registered address to Chicago and return such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago only during the four days immediately preceding and tlttIxeturnj the day of the meeting and the fom days Immediately following when i properly countersigned and stamped during business hours thnt Is to say between 900 a m and 500 p m in the office of the Assistant Secreta ry Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained byany I holder of stock registered f s above on application In writing to the I President of the Company in Chicago Knch application must state the full name and address of the Stock hCIICertificatenumber and date of such certificate No more than one person will h car rled free In rtsptct to any one holder of stock as registered on the hoc k 011 the Company I H A HACKSTABI Secy i I CASTORIAj Childrens j The Kind You Have Always Bought i Bears the 7Il j Signature of I I NEW LAWS A Summary of the Most Important Acts Passed by Last Legislature The nets ol the Legislative session of 194 just Issued contain nianj new laws of general interest among the most important being the fol lowingProviding for a uniform system ol textbooks I R quiring voters in towns of the fifth and sixth class to register j Repealing that pmt ol the exemp tion law which exempts the was of persons not exceeding 5 a month l irum attachment or g trnRshec for debtExtending the term of the com mon schools from a five to six months Requiring a merchant to give five days notice in writing to each of his creditors before disposing ofa stockI goads in bulk it a felony of one to five IMakingsteal 2 wotth ol chick Submitting to the voters the ques I tion of whether or not they will abol ish the secret ballot This la to be voted on at the regular November I electionReducing the number of trustees of a graded school from six to five Prohibiting the shooting of rabbits or pquirrels between the fifteenth laI of September and the fifteenth day ol November theIface Jor the second offense and 1 Mbsjqueat nfftnses G tws impris onment persons convicted bang re I quired to work at hard abaci until fine and cost are suifiid Va grants are decaed to be able bodied males with no trade calling rr pro Its lon and no visible means of sup port who habitually loiter or tan b ible bodied malt s who fail or rluse to labor for the support of his fan 11t iblebodied males who purposely cU rut their wives or chile r=nany all boiled male or female who 1 aiitul y i niters about the streets or places ol any village or town Any court has jurisdiction to try vagrants IPlacing natioral bankson the same as State banks in the matter of tXHtlon Creating the office of IiRnd game aden in each county and defining his dUlltpIMaking it unlaful to sal whicky 11 whol sale in local option districts Prohibiting the adulteration mix I tugr r branding of orchard grass nnd outer seed- Regulating seedI the sale ol ferter r so j Ithat theagon each tackajre phalli show the nnme of the manufacturer the rameof fertfrlizrr numbr of net i pounds in each package estimated j vaue per hundred and the minimum is percentage composition Allowing town marshal in towns of sixth class like Glasgow Junction Cave City and Hiseville the dls i c large the duties of constable In the MRS CECELIA STOWOrntor Kare JV in Ilub Iii Warren AVWMIP dueAm Ii Ut J2 lf32 For iHitrly fuir veiri IGutr red M- f om ocr iiat troiAilf The doc I tor inniKUl on an ownttion RB the only way to pit well 1 lrtwevur r jMywell na It for borne with r sick j woman in a cli c nsoiV r lest A rieitti I niiitilvi3pi i I JCRrduilund J j myrecoverywayvcnWiiI Kith in eighteen wuukfl I ww another be- ingexLJ2tu I Mrs Stowe letter shows every aaddcnedbyfemale Wine of Cardtii carts that sick ness and briuers health and ness agnn lo not on sufferIlag to oar dru today I and secure a el00 bottle of of Cardni WIN J u magisterial district in wnich the town locatedMaking It unlawful tn buy sell or expose for sale wil S turkeys phenu ants grouse partridge or quail hilled within the state Making it unlawful to drive a hor hired from a Hverymai a greater dis tance or err a longer time than tin1 for which the horse is lured and requiring liverymen to k ep H register showing to whom evrv vehicle I hired the time to be usd dNUnce Jt be traveled and the exact hour of th day or night such Vehicle Is delivers to the person hiring it The fine Is 3 to 5 or Imprisonment for 3 dip or both Changing the time of assessing I property for taxation trait September t i a September 15 j Making it a fine of 25 to 5 to lodge for record my drcd mo tgg- or j other by law to be recorded with nut disclosing the immidlite sourr from which the grantor derived title If the source or title hN a deed or oth I er writing the deed cfirecl fur record shall refer to the former deed and give the office bo k and pale where reeri and the datM thcrrol if IlttdI This law means that al deeds must must be rscordcd whether the Ont r of the property wants it recorded or not and if you Lave a deed in your possession that has not been recorded you had better have it put on record without delay OASTOBXABoo theThe Kind Yoj Have MMJS to ht Signature 4lof You i Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 3 = cent Stamp entitle you in addition to m the regular free premiums to if one vote The 2cent stamp cov B ers our to you U that your estimate is recorded You can send as many estU mates as desired m WeaKHearts i ntne of ever7NinetYAre due to Indigestion have heart trouble hundred peopleone can remember when It was simple Indices fact that all cases of scientificlion It Is a heart disease not organic ore not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indigestion All food taken into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and wells the stomach pulling It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of- the heart and in the course of time thai but vital organ becomes diseased s lhdom h MrDKaubeofNevd105V had hurt trouble with It I took KoJol Dyapepla Cure for bout lour menthJ and It cured me Kodol Digests What You Fat and relieves the stomach of all nervoui strain and the heart of all pressure Bottleioalf 100 Sle holdlrr 2 times the trial alzo which sells for 50c Pr prd by K O DWITT IlL 00 OHIOAOa fJtyttl Early Risers The famous little pills BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If yon havent regular healthy motf rni rt of the bowel evi ilay ytiuri til rwillir Iy ur- bowelsoennudbowell Krc nlhnbapor violent plijmlc or pill pulton U tUnerr u The nmoothcut milot mot perfect wr of krcpluK the bowels clear and items I to tnk- oCANDY CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY rifamnt Ilntn1 Ioirnt TtiMc liod Ho Good Never hr Urn Wokrn rrlinpe 1 y and Mcentn porboi Write fur free Ulul IP vIIIol- et on healthtddrraa 4J Sterling Remedy Company Chlcaao or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN W Prize of will be awarded to the one who is nearest correct on both our Worlds Fair and Presi dential Vote Contests We also otter 500000 Special Cash Prizes to Orocers Clerks IirtLiilurs In each case of Lion Coffee ILLINOIS BENTRBL R R UIST 01 TUAIN SlittVIUi With DliilPL flu l t Iihrclry Slirji lug nnd Reclining Chair Cirs rt tlmHigh twin turret to the FAIR Pickets icrnunt of the Fair with in las fill lUys 15 Limit nl Kiently r luerd rates II4 Coach Excursions to St Louis li eryIue iiluy anil Tliiir tlnv- in Junr a retry ifsr llitn one tare Jot the tounl trip Tiiktt and AS to sjn citir tcs limits and tiain time o S A = Afcint I Btnvcr Dam Ky I II lIll I I I 1IItI 11 tidI II I i I 5000000CASH LION COFFEEIn Addition to the Regular Free Premiums row Wout a 1 Grand First WORLDS Diwmtcr pittculms atienlI like Check like This ContestePresidential Vote ContestJ acknowledgment 590000 What will be the total popular vote cast for resident votes fur all can- didatesk combined at the election M November 8 1904 In 1000 election 1305rx1 people ote- dfr President For nearest correct estl Comjj1ivfirstprintsccoril prize to the next nearest etc etc as follow 1 First Prize SHGOOOO1 Second Prize lOCMOQ IUOnOofi10 Prizes J 0000II ODOOO 4 100000fiO10A01u002130 PRIZES TOTAL 120OOTOO How Would Your dame Look on One of These ChecksEverybody uses coffee If you will use 11111 COFFKX Inntr en ush to gtt acfiiiainti with it vri will bo sntel and convinced there is no other such value for tin money Thin ycm wll tale nOl1lllrnrl tLts why 1 11 Ivt rtis And wonre using our advertising money so that both of usyou as well ua wcw1I get a benefit IKucc for your Lion hearse WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars in Every Package of LION COFFEE f WOOLSON SPICk CO CONTEST PEPTffi- gffitKiEigJMffiffiffi TOLEDO OHIO fflgE a t7C7lTw I u e 1BOWllU GrBO nnsin8s Goll o Southern Normal School oIL I EIvTOne I the Coming Year i emr11Ichnrcps We Rive two tenths tuition free with every five months Fcholnn In ulnt I anfLItrary vGne urcen t r branches liuslneaa cT WhOUt extra l ilrUe eure ana mention course wanted when you write Catalogue ICP Address n n CI7KmiY r1loI1m Kv f I t at r 0- e vA r I i I 1 t r 4 tr 1 V HOSPITAl U1 WHfflS Plannedfor Railway Accidents by Eastern Roads Will Introduce Ambulance Cars With Every Appliance for QuIcU Aid Flit s ht s jwt 1PU enntpletctl hj mi lenient railroad fur the intrnduu lull of a mother of honjiitul or HIJI InilHtiru CITS with which to COliC with- tilt tflcts of cuM n 01 II r rtlh r am dentsIt lll nl having to rely upon irn Cal hi inlnc nr iuplbl11 anibu liitceR In cNr win r uhr empioyw M J iS ttirlS KtlM bc1 hit tl the company buts Liven al to send atone to the rciTit of iiy trouble a Ltphpplinticts neMlftl by th v summit fat cryintf for tier lijuiiiil vytfe 1t- t ham1 1C vet thlrijj from stiofcinj nulsipltUhorate nprtuii cruir tar iitRm Miriical wcvk is ilnm sent to the poltl whin it H art hd and hi sour than one raDr this IIMIo vet the life or lite linli ol some vouutlei person The rat that hs been in nit an an experiment is mimly an onlinnrvlny conch from hich Ile M ta have been taken Hi cur has h cn tivbl cd into an npKMlnjj roim wil n room licieitt eujht Inil iiiiIy fn p tients are disposid along thr two sides if he center pia This nt la Kenunt wi I he fnlowcd out in the new emu HMMJI to be built but with tmtottnnt moiiificaiiiiiir 1111 im ptoVclIIllItl The new CHS will be mre ploul built nod hung upon envier sprtutis- a that in IrinMt tin pwtteuts Wit feel the minimum jr nod jdt The dusts nl Lnrli roll fl thv new cars will be sullrltllll wide to permit IwlN tube cantd ihionyh them Theie ate nlscr doUK on ntlur side of the optis tiny mom which folds on double hinges rind the nigh which a stretcher or a hid can be pnsert with case rhtcc fourths of the Icngthof tht COir is taken up by two rows if btlll four btini in etch ruw The huts are sltiltf iron bedstends bat ing a tine steel spring a iiiatttcss a rubbei eheet and above that the regular bedding according to the MUSOII rf tau yehr The coverlet ae white and nest iutll the hanktts me rnyRrm blanker that ae light and yd wnim liach bed stands Ill four low brx s that ralsc it a nit front the floor Oth er b rxrs of dflejcnt helghrs ate prs vided 50 that the bed in sac iif nw cessity may be raised two dec or less above its regular height Theellsofthe car tIC white en Jimel the iron beds are white and the ceiling a stilt ny so ll at the feeling of the prtlent in the beds is one of cleanliness iUid corifoit The opernting unto b amply lsigt to cue for pitients who requite the niost delicate opei9tnm It is nbcut fourteen feetlung and the lull width of the ear Thirr me lour doc rs OUt on evejy sid so that nil injured pr nun may be cnrritd into the room from any direction The doors art wide enough to permit a bed htIt carried in Irjm the hospital Or n stretcher may be passed in through one of the side doois and the patient laid on the glass and white eramel operating chair In one coiner of the room is a wash stand which hay its own special tank of astutely pure water This wa ter is distilled and changed frequent ly so that it may a ways be Irish put rea ly for use Reside it on a stand is the sterilizing machine to cleanse the instruments In mother corner of the opt rating room stands the surgeons closet which is kept always ready stocked with instruments and appliances lot the use ot ir jured person Here aro the antiseptic bandages pact sponges cases ol instruments the anesthetics the rubber hose the ice compresses the sticking plaster and the various medicines that are needed for surgi We like best to call scorns EMULSION a food because it stands so em phatically for perfect nutrition d And yet in the matter of 4 ing appetite of giving restoristrength to the tissues to the nerves its action of a medicine Sen l for free sample- SCOTT R ItOWNK CliemlstJ 00415 New York SOC and laio aUdniggists cal work and Grit aid in cases of sickII nCl9IThe orders pre that is soon as a wreck 01 arIlenll heard ol the doc tors in that vicinity are notified it oice the cir is taken tram its IHIIII- lil tht fi tight yard scud dtawn by a special engine at the point ol need 0111 in the cafe of slight accideiits oclorIi r uteri ar I tivc I DoWitt IS tho Name IIHII yon jo to buy Witch 11 nZI11 for tins none DoVitt on 11 bx Tii Intro iniadulteraltMl ch Hhz l is USIM in makiiij DC Ij s Witch lliyjl Salve which ic ht halvo in the world lor cuts i hum bruiser bdln CCiktna an- dllcllius i piles The popularity ol Vicii Hazel Salve due to its iniiiiy tMiio has caiiild niiiimroiiH worthless ciuinierfoit to be placed on tilt mar i I ktt Tine jifnune boars tho name Eol I C Da Will t C Jiiica o Said by V Wnvie infliii tV Brosina i IFaCls in Pew Lines it l sitil5 en si tin I Atlantic ty r mouth The averagu Ftenchiunn tats pS I ununds of b eat a year The short time niovnnent itI tending in LtniRshtre cut in mills j Tlupt ar iI9 rlti 84 mnil j nd 5 clay quinles in this cu I uyIrtltndhaft now a hank hoMditi 11 to itcllnitllltr St Iitnck In V Tin people of the United Stole Ht 515 otoooo worth of candy in a 110lhl population of London l ai i erc s d it per cent in fourttci y an In Italy there rre li coo Kkillec workmen rgHgtd in the manufactrn iIollkDurlIJ the pint year no fewer Char BoO passengers crossed betwrcii D I vet and the continent j The Inca received into Smlthficln market err year lor the feeding ol I London exceeds 4 3000 tons I 1Ve export nearly 2 moon pairs ot hues to Germany worth 337000 Iin iy 3 we Siiit her 5 5 pairs worth iiThe sultan has sent an order to England for souse highland unifonv tu which to clothe his pnl tee guard aid peisora bubygiMids Sev rtl additions are to b s made tt the a read long listof womens club in Iindii and nung them will ht tilt Indlta antheriuum I While off tile Nswlountlland bank North GIII1tn Lloyd liner Hatlithe pa + ltd an iceberg on which there were six Loge poar hears Tourists returning Irom abroad can now bring through the custom house IrtC of duty all articles to the value of 100 except cigars cigarettes and 111I lots For the yens Jy 3 there were listed xchanglI oooooo of bonds and 431000 1oto of stock In 191 the lstiugs aZ gregated 2563 ooo Although the statute of George III to IV 11 ra L London was erected inI 1837 it wi s only a few weeks that In was hbulled with the name ol Us sin jcct I The London Times coumicntiug a correondents letter on child onI ration to the coloniissays In thlrt tour years 45000 children have ben sent to Canada Doors ma le enterely of paper are used In some of the modern dwellings- in French cities They are finished to resemble any kind of wojd and there is no warping shrinking or cracking Wages in the United States on the average are more than twice those illI Belgium three times those ol maik Fiance Germany Italy rind I Spain nhd one and a half those in Fn laud and Scotland Wages in Russian factories are 2 cents an hour and upward There are thousands who work for a cent an hour and tens of thousands who do not receive thirty cents a day for ten ehviii and more hours vvotk Cash registers ae all hat universal in lores in Glasgow Modern office furniture and office appliances are suo perseding the older styles Even official correspondence is beginning to yield to the omnipresent typewriter The Saxton government now that It bas been found necessary to discontinue the Freiberg mineral mines within the next ten years intends to upon Immediately brown coal mines near Leisnig which In ry 4 It Is esti WHO CANNOT BE CURED ntaryofouch iri im other rciutiy far the diseases noel wenncM s peculiar to tvnnn ever nltnittyd tin proiriit rH and makers of iec1fullUtfiil moot of Uu fiiitfd Mates fur any lukncMJflJlalltolcatiniit cure All they a1 is a fair anil reasonable trial of tae ir means of cure t have foiniil Dr Iicrcc4 iVnorllr lrtscrip WltnAIIIIBof 111 Sauce Strict Mvtnhih TViiii aH n ktroult0111111111harltr knimiiiK wiml the troiibU in I WI + tl1t it hj niemhct ofIiir Club woaderiidLvItI7n I lalotciutil iiiilll rium uut tvftnil a wdl us till envdurstiJont licMtnte to write to Dr RV Tierce InvalidslintelN Y if yon wmt rHl iniOicil aiivict from n fully tuiiificd physician ns to your mr nlnay4atutbcrrfor I ctnlitiy lead bcini riconiiintlcd by all nU1ldy1utiuii 5s purely vegetable and does rut con thebloodyouriutelligeneeIMHiuti which he reconintinds as just as good btcausa lc makes it hiuibult niHtid wl have an output ol i 4 ooo loathe tons As the result ol proceedings taken by R M fit l urda well krovn ai tomubiliit and uanufrtclurer tufts Irivers ol electric ftrcct eas on the outskirts of London were fined S9 72 ash with court COts lot exceeding heir legal speed limit often miles an hourThe Frankfort crmnnj city coun cil has just received pel mission to snake a 6 426000 band is ic The rate of Interest will bebtwteen i and I 4 per cent This nunrywill hi spent I in 11lnl muncipal iiiptovments a lrge part 01 which will hi expended iipon public bjilnings he grave if the Grit an poet Hietie in the Montiraitre cemetery Paris is std to be visited by more peiSins thin i XoUs which is quite tear it It is customary for visitors to leave their tad Of 295 cards lound on Hier ds ijmvo thirty were eft by HIJllh and America i visile r IntlOVCI3 by Geiruais and AUM tiians All the region of the upper AIUIZ jr and its tiibutatlis tfltrs ncilites lor cattle maJoificentII the higher lands ute vast stretches of prairies or savannas as they ate called witha cli state like spring all the year where cattle eiOMgh to supply a continent cui biaSd practically without ex I ease Expert estimates ol the probil le manufacture of autotuobil s in several states of tle Union in 1904 give the princip lace to Michigan with Ohio second Kvcn Mas ahusets and Wisconsin surpass New York ir the list while Illinois makes an tx tremel poor showing Detroit and Cit veland tn the two cities which surya + s all others in this republic as centers ol the production of the sell motors It seems odd that Nsw Park and Chicago should lag behind them so f r- The t 36ooo asked by the secretary of the navy for gun practice dur ing the year stems enormous until I one considers the cost of firing the thirIteenshell about 700 Four times a yuu the men are exercised in big gun practice with regulation charges each man of the uuns crew firing four shots at those trials There arc seven men in the guns crew ot these guns To fire a four inch common shell costs 17 a six pounder 3 S6 and a one pounder 114 The Smart Set magazine will enter tain you v Agents Wanted IThe result ol the election will be in the New York World weiks in advance exactly as Cleve lands election was foretold as Me Kinleys triumphs were the Woild giving the electoral vote by States I with absolute correctness ten weeks before McKinleys election day The World will not only strive to be right but it will be bright and large national In its news and views Every one who is interested In this vital Presidential contest will need i every day No Democrat or Repub lican should be happy without the WorldThe regular price for the Dally Morning World by mall is 200 for four months but for a special time the World will send the Daily Morn ing Edition by tail for four months for 1- Agenls are wanted to take sub scriptions A liberal commissionI wlli be given Address World Cant paign Cub Room 49 Pulitzrr Build Ing N Y- Tinus subscription blanks sam pie copies printed matte r c vill e aht by return utat- lHows This We oiler One Hundred Dollars Howard fur any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh- i Cure F J Cheney it Co Toledo We the undersigned have known iJ Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable I in all htiMnesa transactions and finan cially alilo to carry out any obligti tiond made by his firm Waldmg Kinnan it Marvin wholesale druggists Toledo O Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally aelini directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent freeJrice Toe per bottle Sold by alb druggislsITake Halls FUllliI pation m What Happens to a I lwill I H wt1 IvIOn the evening of the bfrby tins arrived the paterfami lies according to the Chinese custom prostrates himself before a jss and touching his lual to the floor voices thanks to the gods and to the honor able ancestors for the small son who was sent perfect oi body and lull ol health On the evening of the sc ond day the ceremony is repeatedand- on the third day the voice ol the wile jolts that of the biubiud in thanksgiving Also on the third day n limited number olrelntivesand friends are called in to witness the first head shaveThe rooms of the borne are decorat ed lor this occasion with green branches of either fir cedar or spruce to insure fuengsuey or good luck to the hous Other ornamentations in honor ol the biby are long silk threads bearing little circles squares and hearts ol gold and scarlet paper These are festooned from the walls and are hung from the ceding A few feet away the threads are invisi hN and the gay scraps of paper tli pear to b floating In the air For areIhour to the right of the joss and the baby swathed in yards of scarlet and purple silk is bought in on an eah orate pillow Tho eldest childor nearest relative carries a green branch crossed with threads ol sear Ict paper and L ayes it sloulyover the head ol the baby This wards oft evil hiluences and Insures good I health After a qualrt ceremony by the father before the joss the tiny foiehai ol the baby is shaved by the I mother and a christening similar to tl at of the Christian religionexcept- that the prayer is made to the ances tors and the water used to sprinkle the baby is perfumed with sandal woodis a port of the ceremony The name by which the child is afterward known is also bestowed by the mother After the shaving of the head a cap ot scarlet silk with dfci orations of gilJ and jewels and with a tiny round hold in the top is placed upon the babys head and the chris ChiIone racquet is given in honor ol the birth of a boy The banquet viands may be only rice and a bit ol slit fish and there may be only a half dozen or s present nevertheless the feast is given lor It is babvs right and the rights of babies are respected by Ori enttl i arents BtteThan Gold I was troubled for several years nervousI helpI Bitters which did me more good than all the medicines I ever used They have oleo kept my wile in excellent- I health for years She says iClectric Bitters are just splendid for female troubles that they are a grand tonic and Invigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place in our family Try them guaranteedtby Z Wayne Griffin liG Bro m P of THE NCW TOOK CITY t 11 4 The of the Age lUriiUiii cnnM coinilctily and nt once relieves the IUIIIBS ol n living death 1I of IllcM run biriinil liv ii Mir lnil opinitlon hill you woiiM rather hurl 1llea 4 uitil wltliutit tau knife HAKIMS IDSITIVK Ill i CTIli will ilo Mtule only liv the- t Ilmriimiiil Co t Inc 1or dale by t H Hartford Ky American CAMERAWith Plate a Our enable us to cameras of the grade at prices which cannot be met I Send for telling all about our 27 styles I sizes Free CASTORIA For and Children Kind Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature i In- Dse0 J41der Over Thirty Year- sCASTO LIlA OCNTAUR lOMPANV iHarris Positive Pile Cure I Biggest Seller It It iIIn It lcltrliflclil J WILLIAMS Photography for the AMATEURat Half Former Cost JR Holder Uf1 facilities furnish highest illustrated catalogue and Infants The You its The famous Poco Buck=Eye and American Cameras Genuinely good in every detail Film or Plates as you choose Absolutely new models 4x5POCOilg AMERICAN CAMERA MFG CO 946 St Paul St Rochester N Y ntarra + +++ +++++++++++ r ++++ ++ +++Y+++++++++++ I MACURA I yJlnuy tIIIlh for lViuiili HIsiiiN xur Mii tin inarkit but till only our Hun oo y q1sjirnvin tu In mi iiliiurititu ant inmlilvit iiirc fur nil fi rin of IVimilu Tniulili 3 t rilMACIlt A A rtlnnln trlill will ciinvliuc tin moat i kvitlcul of He ahuusl mi f 1 riiiiiliiUHiiiriitlveiiiui rK Miulu only by tin liiTCIIIIIII IllAliMACAI I lIit1 rue sale byC+ J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky itt4++++++++++++H4+T++33 +++ r ++ +++++++ +++ ++++ t I 1 Hartford Republican IA Ut1 myth llnrtfiiril riiWlMlilnp Compiiny ISCn 11111111 K IOIIIIIIIIur= = iJ Zs Curz con C i Sr = Q Advertising Rates ell nntIesIIIr ut + preIne llrnt Inwrtlm iril livf itutH wicli iiliMitnt InriTtitili I v ra Illr iiili I lii rtinii Lr i luwrtloiin fon iTntlvilv MI I 1i Mtpvrlnrhil matte e c 11 1 1ttnionltii 7 I I k miifw anil Miinory i t E one twat a Kuhl iTtiiinr r isu wont t aib Jmn 111 aetnnqany iiitTivt nr tilt nrtU will IIH rutdnvn to I II ilivil limit All olitntirv poitrv our inf n HonlCiirl 11 d n lull 1rliitinc tr It rlHMt to brit 1rist xIIrl aNw FRIDAY AUGUST 19 REPUBLICAN TICKET Iflit 1111111 TJIEOUORE ROOSEVELT or ziu franc Iliit fief 11lII111 CHARLES W FAIRBANKS I I ILt 1 no 11IoII DR BEN L BRVNE- RtNNOUNCEMENT roil iiiitvr III lIuthurlz l fl nuuonnw InsDtOItTX hen rnludldntr bn the 11101111111 tfdhli uuntyhjt ttheu linn nlthe- IIdlnn party ITs funny the way the editor of n country weekly sometime pulls him self As yet the American people have never shown any desire to support a platform of evason shullling effront ery and rank cowardice THEKE are some people who cannot dissent between criticism and appro bation They even calla sharp rebuke disapprobation or criticism a compliment Cot BRYAN has agreed to deliver several speeches in Indiana during the present campaign An increased majority for Roosevelt and Fairhanks will be the lesult P AUK Eft thinks thatn candidate for President should be a private cit ve The voters think so too and on November sth they will retire Mr Parker to very private life h Ti understand that candidate Parker is never more delighted than vlon caught out in a storm He will get his fill of it when the blizzard UL Isovomber come upon him FKOM a review of Wednesdays is- oi the Hartford Herald we note that the editors advertisement for an attorney to assist him in collecting his thoughts has not yet been an Vt red =DmoriiAT contend thatcandidate Porker dues nut speak fur Wall Street The history of that famous telegram tf the St Louis Convention indicates teat Wall Street speaks for candi date Parker CANWIUTK PAKKEJ in his speechof acceptance gave assurance that ii elected he would not ask for a second term Such a declaration should add- strength to his caue Four years of calamity h more leiirable than eight =1 MAN who is nt well known him selfInd especially an unknown si lent matt must he judged by his ad viscrd If Parkers is elected President we must therefore infer that his issnciates und advisers will he David ii Hill and August Belmont mULl review shows that the ele nont which lends and dominates the iiicrUic party today stands not tor turih for revenue nut for ultimate- It trade There is no ue trying to 1 df that tact The workmen of Ls whole country should take note tit jiAMiCLAKK the Mi ouricongress i iu the chairman of the recent i iia 1encrtic Convention nod in i au fitr or onao note during not political debate at Glee wood rk Louisville last Saturday said ii Porn etator of iheSunSeu n1 ff you vi meet me on the i ic ui this tent 1will cut your throat from car to ear Is this the barbaric age or the age of civilization We are sometimes caused to wonder when men supposed to be of such high rank as Mr Clark grow so very vio lent at seemingly no provocation METHOPOLITAN dalles tell us that quite a number of the lawyers of the New York Bar have formedwhat they term a Parker constitutional club They like candidate Parker agree that Republican legislation already enacted against the trusts is useless and that any more of the kind would be entirely uncalled for and ollcnsive ONCK inofico 111waysn office seems to he time motto of Frank Lucas who recently swooped down on the citizens of this country and touched them for a nice sum alleged to have been for back taxes Auditor Hager has removed Mr Lucas and given notice to that eflect but the latter gentlemen persists in holding on and going after people in the same old way SIXCE the Hartford Herald persists ill nagging us and boring its few read ers about what we have said with reference to the Democratic platform we feel impelled to ask the opinionated editor of the erudite sheet to ex plain what effect the Parker telegram to the St Louis convention and the response to it had on the partyorou the platform What did it amount to and why was it sent ONE of the favorite arguments of the free traders has been that with free trade we would have access to the II Markets of the World Well the unly time the free traders have had coutroll of the government in recent years was during Clevelands last administration which began in IHOo They did not put actual free trade into operation but they come close enough to it to put most of the fac tories of this country out of business We did not then get the market of comjpletelywhich Democrats had put into effect that the markets of the worldcould not be reached Our own home I market the best one to us was invad howeverreinstated by the people when they elected a Republican President and Congress and immediately the wheels of business began to move Within ten years it has been clearly demonstrated that the way to get the market of the world is to protect our own markets against invasion buildup our industries and then branch out fur foreign trade We have not had anything like free trade within those ten years and yet we nre selling millions of dollars woith of our products every year in the markets of the world Circuit Court The following cases have been tried with the results Indicated since our last issue E V Wilson vs I C R R Co verdict of the jury 200 for plain tiffB N Patterson vs T J Moss Tie Co cverdict of the jury for deft l Mattie Rock vs Noel Tichenor c order of distribution- J B McDaulel vs 1 C R R Co without prejudice IIdismissed Bres vs Rockport dismissed settled G M Maddox admr vs McHenry Ccal Covtrdlct for defendant Mitchell Balls vs S M Burguess verdict of jury for defendant Cholera Infantum This disease has lost its terror since Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy came into general use This uniform success whichat tends the use of this remedy in all cases of bowel complaints in children lm made it a favorite whenever its value has become known For sale by all druggists m ter p For Sale Eight head of horses among them two head of draft horses Rest of them rte fine harness horses One fine Jack known an Black Diamond U rfggs ad hanii s all in good con j dition and terms reasonable Any further information call on F M AIIKN 41 J Centertown Ky 81I t FAKE DEATH I Of an Arkansas Doctor Whose Widow Collects Insurancei Division of Money Unearths the Yell Executed Scheme Little Rock Aik Aug iSrThe biggest sensation ever sprung in this WU11dedoped German National bank for funds al leged to be in the bank to tUe credit I of Mrs Ethel Llghtle of Searcy whose husband was thought to beIdead The companies entered several days ago for the return of the money paid Mrs Lightle on thedeath of her husband Several months ago the people of this State were horrified to hear that Dr R G Lightle one of the most prominent physicians of Searcy had been burned to a crisp In his stable It was stated anti so returned by the corners inquest that he had gone to the Stable to fill a coal oil lamp and by some means the lamp exploded and Dr Lightle was burned beyond recogcation Fragments of bones were recovered and burled In the city cemetery the funeral being the larg est witnessed In Searcy for many years Dr Lightle carried 21000 insurance on his life which was paid to his widow The identity of the body was es tablished to the satisfaction of everybody and the Insurance was paid Inst May A few days ago S M Powell of Little Rock general agent of the Metropolitan Life Insurance company came into possession of rumors which led him to make a thorough In vestmga Non It was stated that the bones i bOdjia parties opened the grave and found that the coffin was empty Pitts body I tad been stolen The first knowledge Mrs Lightle had that her husband was not dead was a few days ago when the two men who took part in the conspiracy called upon her for their share of the Insurance money They told her for the first time that her husband was alive and told her where to send the money The division of the money was the direct cause of the exposure SHERIFFS SAlt By virture of Vendls Nos 2153 and 2154 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor first of Globe Fertilizer Co vs John A St Clairand S A Anderson Admr of Ewen I Morris vs John A St Clair I or one of uiy epuues will on Monday the I 5th dayof September I9a4 between the hours of i oclock p m and 4 oclock p m at the court house door in Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the fcllovtiug property or eo much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the aforesaid plaintiffs debts interest and costs to wit FirstA lot or parcel of ground in Rosine Ohio county Ky being forty 40 feet square on the northeast corner of lot No6 block 21 as shown on the plot of said town For a more particular description refer ence is had to recorded deed from Henry D McHenry to W B Kuyken dall found in deed book NO3 page 418 Ohio county Clerks office Also another lot or parcel of ground in the town of Rosine Ohio county Ky bounded and described as followsBeginning at the south east corner of lot No6 block 21 thence with a line of Front Street W 300 feet to the S W corner of block 21 j thence with a line of lot sold to Basil Stewart it being the west boundary of said lot north 2 oo feet to the northwest corner of said block 21 thence with a line of First Street IE 100 feet to the corner of lot sold J W Raglan in 1890 thence with the same S 95 feet to his corner thence again with the same B too t Raglands corner in H P Watts HneJ and being in the line between lots No 4 and 5 thence with said Watts lot S 40 feet to Watts corner thence agalus with Watts line E 100 feet to the southeast corner of said lot and In the line of McLeob Street thence S 65 feet to the beginning being all of the unsold part of block No 21 AI as Is evidenced by deed of record inI Book IS rage 312 Ohio County C crks Office and the same thereafter conveyed by Chas Tally and wife to J A St Clair ns is evidenced by deed of record in Deed Book 24 page 547 ollice aforesaid Levied upon the property as the property of John A St Clair Said property will first bs sold and the proceeds applied to the payment of the debt interest and cost of Globs Ftrteilizer Co vs John A St Clair and the residue it any will be applied to the debt interest and cost of S A Anderson Admr vs John A St Clair The sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required beariim interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale having the force and effect of a bale bond Witness my hand this n day of August iy 4 CAr P KKOWN Sheriff By S O KKOWN D S 1OAST C EI JABears thelima Kind You late Always Bought Signature ooJIof 1NOTICE TO THXPRYERS deputiesIwill be at the plaees named below on the dates mentioned for the purpose of colleeling taxes He there or send mon ey by someone and save cost of hero advertised Any person desiring to know the amount of their taxes in ad advance can communicate with me at Hartford by letter or telephone Magan August 29 Deanfleld September 7 Narrows September 5 Ralph September 6 Herbert Au gust 26 FordsvilleKvery Saturday Rockport August 29 Ceralvo Au gust 30 Smallhous September i Centertown September 3 Point Pleasant September 6 McHenry September 10 Olaton August 29 Baizttown September 2 Cromwell September 7 Roslne September 9 Wysox September 15 Horse Branch Every Saturday Shultztown Sept 10 Sulphur Springs August 30 Bells Run Sept 5 Buford Sept 7 Heflln September 9 Beda Septcm ber to I will also be at my ollicein HartfllrdlJ day to nr iv Taxes CAI 1IHut a fc O C = 4 SHERIFFS SAlt By virture of vendis Nos 2155 2156 and 2157 directed to me which issued from the desks Office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor of M K Jarvis I vs R J Daniel H H Jarvis vs R JjDanielber19a4 on Monday the 5th day of Septem between the hours of IIoclock p m and 4 p m at courthouse door in Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the aforesaid plaintifls debts interests and costs to wit One house and lot in the town of Beaver Dam Ohio county Ky which lot is bounded as follows Beginning at R J Daniels corner east side of main street at the right of way of the 1 C R R running thence south with main street 91 feet to a division fence of R J Daniels line thence east with said division fence 100 feet thence north 91 feet to a corner In the I C R R Co line thence west 100 feet with the right of way of the I C R R Co to the beginning Levied upon as the property of R J Daniel The sale will be male on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the day of sale and having the force and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this 17 day ol August 1904CAI P KEOWN Sheriff By CHESTER KEOWN D S SMALLHOUS Aug ISMessrs Jess and Ellis Foster and Misses till King and Al tha Addington Heflln were the guests of Miss Ida Addington Sat urdayand Sunday Mrs Nell Her and children Rock port arrived Saturday for a visit to ser aunt Mis H D Hunt Mrs W E Balls and little daught of her sis er Beatrice are the guests ter Mrs Thomas Bishop Matarzis this weekIMr I the guests of their sister Mrs P I Wood and family Sunday They were accompanied to Rockpott Sunday by I Mr and Mis Wood and children and Misses Jessie and Pearl Nourse to the i tent meeting Mr S H Hunter attended the tent meeting at Rr etc port Sunday Mrs Mmv Taylor and son and Mrl ChesbM Outuu and wife lcHllIrIwill bs the guests of Mr C ton Saturday and Sunday Mis Taylor will remain twoorthrclwccgI the guests of and attend the protracted meeting to be held at Equality Minster Tom Culbertfon Cential City is the guest of his aunt Mrs I Cordelia Addington this week I htclglIMonday and Tuesday near Goilman Ky Mrrf R B Culberton and J W Brown Dinkesboro were the guests of Mrs Cotdella Addington last ThursdayMessrs Wayne and L B Ovtrhuls were at Central City and Ceralvo Saturday License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ral land since our last Issue Benjamin T Miller McHenry to Mary Hill Minor John Johnson Rosine to Susan R Leisure Manila IJ T Debruler Trisler to Artie John son Trisler Dudlle Leach Manda to Bertha Rolland Roslnc John T Awtrey Rosine to Mary A Shroud er Rosine Colored Fair Owens oro Ky On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Owen boro for 151 Tick ets sold Au 17 to jo limited to Aug 21 for return S B VAx MKTKK For Sale Cheap One extra 2 years old bull also good cow ami calf K P BARNARD 4t3 Beaver DUll Ky EruptionsThe of pimples and other eruptions is to cleanse the blood improve the digestion stim ulate the kidneys liver and skin The medicine to take is Hoods SarsaparillaW- hich has cured thousands 0 a wrer l I netiWe lI Can You Figure 200 Given AvvayT- O lIt111ItS 11 Carson CoM HARTFORD KY How many votes will be cast for Congress In Ohio county nl the November election this yeat Im the one wilt can guess tin number or nearest to the correct number of Congressional votes cast we oLe the following cash gilts First neares t iu filll III 1111llOIIlPhist 1000 Fourth 0 i1111 Next ii itlls19e4 ouih 1011 IUtllt Total 200 Mi Itor enrh dollars worth of goods bought ol Cm son Co a ticket will he given which will entitle the holder to one guess in this Congressional contest The con test will be decided according to the decision ol the election com missioners who will meet atf Frankfort to canvass the vote No ticket will be given out utter 4 oclock tin election day Be gin now The mote tickets time better your chances CAKSON it Co Inc Real EslaeBarpns Farms For Sale Cheap 100 acres adjoining Hartford 2500 120 acres near Rockport for f 1200 70 near Palo for 650 40 acres of coal land 3 miles from Hartford yoo Its acres fine bottom land six miles from Hartfotd for 2200 40 acres vj miles trout Sulphur Springs for SjS- M5 acres 2i miles from Hartford fooo groundIadjoining I will set your property for you or I will find a farm for you Titles ab stracted 43 acres on Green river near Fairest 4W S Ae Anderson Dealer in Real Estate I HAIlTOiH KY I Are I Not I The only people in business but we are tllonly people offering such excellent values in laanna11l goods You are to be tin judge Mows this Mens and Youths Pants that sold for SU50now 300 I a c 3 uIJc a 250 I 75 tc c t cm 200c 125 L I t 150 100 125 75 Summer Suits Straw Hats fold Slippers all to go at reduced prices as we dont intend to carry over a single article In orcltr fo move them we make these prices at a time of the season you cnn get the benefit at once Come early and get the best YcDlt3 t 1Vllly The Drown Mercantile Co I I SCnltJUItAJJU MCHENRY Y iWMMI + MIIM AMIw dll v II + 1 Q 40 i a w r I t j i ft vt- r I t a t 4 l i t iI I s r xt I i f It t L r I fI Special Sale OF Hosiery Odds and Ends OF Our Spring Stock 11e want to Munka clean swoip of our entire stock of Summer Mrrrliandis In order to do so we have placedIOIl sale these Specials at a great sacrilice u Special No1 Ten doen ladles lasll lack seamless Hose in plain or laee stripe A ready Fuller tit Inc Our Special price this week 10e c Special No2 Ladies Colored Silk ImUrellas in Ked Blue and jreen ehangeaUlo pure silk in quality wairanted not to lade Never sold for less Mian i to tfiO Our Special price this week 5 2- ISpecial No3 One lot short lengths in Sea Island Percales MC in ches wide all colors These goods HIt sold everywhere at P2ic Our Special price to close the lot is e- Special s No4 Ladies Mats Not old Stuck hut new and stylish Millinery Thevv must iro at a great loss to us Price no ohject Move out and move quickly is the motto Uememlier that besides these specials you will find our house full of tempting bargains Prices from 10 to 25 per lent lower than you are in the habit of paying elsewhere w lrtllcTitl1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST r Illinois Central RailroadTime Tbloij Norlli Iliiniul- No South lloninl- No Il iliiHt HII lircltl lain Ml No lilt duo 1 h I Hi No 1US ilili ViTp m NUJililir 0 p in No 111durtaSpII- Ifresh fish at City Restaurant i toI George Campbell Echols called see us while In town Saturday I Ballards best Flour at Carson j sIWillie Vernon Echols called to see us while In town Saturday A nice lot of Country Hams at Car son Cos- Economy Store for NoveltiesNew Purses Lace Stocks latest in Belts Latest styles in LowCut Shoes at SAM BACHS J O Kimbley Ceralvo called at Tim RmUHMCAN office Monday l Remember City Restaurant for everything good to eat For Boys Clothing see our line ECONOMY STOKE James Gray Palo made us a pleas ant call while in town Saturday Bring your Chickens Feathers and Eggs to Carson Co Allen Gray Palo made us a pleas ant call while In town Saturday I H H Chapman Tally made us a in Satur dayI City Restaurants Ice Cream is simply fine Try it City Restaurant most uptodate place in Hartford Call and see Volncy James McHenry called to see us while in town Saturday Miss Lilly Irwin EHzabethtown is the guest ol Rev W T Miller u Klmtr Barnard Beaver Dam called I to see us while in town Saturday Mr Taylor Stevens Centertown called to see us while in town Mon- dAY Henry Dever Sulphur Springs called at Tin RKPUIIUCAN office Monday For Sewing Machines and supplies call on Gross Williams at City Restaurant New lot of boys and childrens Suits and Odd Pants just received ECONOMY STORr We buy Ginseng and herbs TIm BROWN MERCANTILE CO- Render Ky Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 4 5tf A complete line of Hamilton Brown adios and gents Sllpp ers just received SAM BACH Special Coach Excursions to St Louis Mo August 2nd 9th 13th i6th 23rd and joth 735 for round trip Limited 7 days for return Tickets not good in sleeping cars S B VAN METER Agt We have put all of our colored thin Dress Goods into three lots The price on these goods will be 40 loc and 150 This is your chance to see cure thin goods at low prices CARSON Co I We had one lady to send all the way from Texnsn distance of 700 milesfor n bundle of our Remnant Calico This speaks for itself i CARSON Co W T Bishop Ceralvo called to I see us Wednesday N H White Oaton was a pleasant cnller Wednesday I C G Kinb1j Ceralvo called at I Tiiij RuiliiMCAN office Wednes- Iday F Garrett Render made us a rail while in town Satur day S A Llritclicr Mntanas made us n pleasant call while in town Mon dayJames Wilson Sr Echols made us a pleasant call while in town Sat urday Supt DeWeese and brother Clar ence attended the Chautauqua last Saturday Judge W T Owen Owuttsboro attended court here a lew days the first of the week Mrs T J Smith left for Owens horn Wednesday She will attend the Chautauqna while there J H Williams and family returned the latter part of list week from a visit to the Worlds Fair 0 0 Hait ford Mill Co is making best Flour now and will pay 100 per bushel for good wheat Arbuckle Htolhers Beaver Dam have bought the meat market busi ness formerly run by Wallace Riley Mr and Mrs W B Render were the guests of their son L M Render Louisville the first of the week Messrs Ramey DukeErnest Fields and James Nance will return today from a weeks visit to the Worlds Fair Mr and Mrs T J Morton spent a few days at the Knights of Pythias Biennial Conclave at Louisville this weekWayne u Griffin has sold his 70 acre farm situated in the east side of Hart ford to William Flener who lives near Cromwell 0 Hartford Mill Co keeps a full line of Building Material on hand at low est prices Come and see Bring along your wheat Mrs C M Barnett and daughter Miss Hattie attended the Knights of Pythias Biennial Conclave at Louisville this week Misses Bertha and Eva Phillips and G Davis Royal and family Fordsville are visiting the family of J T Wallace this week Mrs Dr S J Wedding and chil dren Nora and Walter are visiting Mrs Weddings brother Dr F D Redraw at Earllngton this week Messrs Sam BarnettR D Walker Wayne Griffin J G Keown Sam Bach and C P Nowlin attended the I Knights of Pythias Biennial conclave at Ionlsvllle this week I Work of excavating and grading preparatory to putting down the rock on Hartford and Beaver Dam road was begun Monday Quite a number of teams and men are employed Harry Jackson of Rockport was tried for lunacy in circuit court last week and sent to the insane asylum He has lived quite a strenious life and has terminated as many others have Circuit Court will adjourn to mor row after being in session three weeks I during which time a great deal of business has been transacted and 1 quite a number of casts have been dis posed of 1 Dr D W King left Monday for his former home at Auburn Ky where he will locate permanently Dr King has won the name of a worthy practitioner Our best wishes go with him to his new field Mrs Robert Overland Portland Oregon is visiting relatives in Hart ford She is the daughter of William and Harriet Patty and has many relatives and friends who are glad to welcome them back after a long ab sence in the far West ESTRAYUD One bay mare about 15 hands high blind in right eye shod all round Has been gone three weeks Any information leading to her whereabouts will be liberally rewarded JAMES WILSON fin tf Echols Ky Prof George Wilson of Oklahoma was the guest ol his uncle Esq J AI Park the first of the week Prof Wilson is a native of this county haying left it to make his home in the West when he was thirteen years of ageThe residence of T R Kincheloe of the Matanzas neighborhood was destroyed by fire last Monday night The exact origin of the fire is unknown but it is thought the burning i ofsome waste paper in an unused Brat started the flames on the roof It it I reported that the loss is practicality covered by insurancelBy consent of all concerned It hasf been agreed to postpone the begin ning of Hartford school until Monday the 12th day of September his course was deemed prudent to pillow Prof Gray time to return to his tome I in Missouri arranges his business af fairs there and return There s alsoI some proposition to make somt valu able Improvements on the V hool I buildings and grounds durle Ghat time t nfcaW f- is at ra New Shirting Percale at Fairs Fairs Readymade Skirts at 200 are beauties J T Henry Ralph was a pleasant caller yesterday Mr Lon Kitchens of Cromwell called to see us yesterday Talbert Miller and sister Roxyare the guests of F L Sandefur Mrs Ida Tappan is the guest of her I parents Esq and Mrs J A Park New Prints Ginghamsthe kind for childrens school wearat Fairs Childrens school Shoes at Fairs Quality rest the betl Prices under the I I When you buy Fairs Madras Shirts for soc bear in mind they are the 750 qualityiThe last teachers examination for the years is being held today and tomorrow I W P Midk ill Sulphur Springs i made us a pleasant call while in town i yebterduy A protracted meeting which is bj lug conducted by the Rev Mrs Wil son of Indiana is in progress at Sul phur Springs R T Collins and John Taylor were among the number who attended the Biennial conclave of the Knights of Pythias this week Mr Asa HOdgesof the Beaver Dam neighborhood died of consumption of the bowels early Wednesday morning after a lingering illness of quite a while He was seventyJour years of age After funeral services conduct ed by Revs Jenkins and Coakley at the Beaver Dam Baptist church ol which the deceased was a consistent member his remains were intered in the Beaver Dam cemetery Wednes day at 3 oclock p m His six sons acted as pall bearers Mr John C Hoheimer has been employed to teach the public school at Rockport Prof Moseley whose serious illness was mentioned some time ago is little improved and he has given up the school No better selection could have been made than I placeTutored I and sell reliance Mr Hoheimer has become a scholar a gentleman and an able teacher He has spent the last two years in extended travelover the West and has no doubt greatly enriched his store of general knowl edge We predict a successful term of school for the patrons of Rock port Hows This Best Steak at Ira Arbuckles at loc proportion v For Sale Having sold my farm I wish to close out my stock and farming Implements including two good two yearold mules one fine combined horse two first class milch cows and a fine Jersey bull also acomplete set of farming implements of all bargainFormy drug store Hartford Ky 513 Z WAYNE GRIPIIN t Special Bargains 3 For August i 7jWo mean to make the month of August one of 7 the greatest bargain months ever given by us luring our several years of business In order ourIsummer stock so that we can make room for our large fall stock which arrives September Jst we place upon our bargain counters and ofier special val ues in Summer Clothing Dress 4toods and all other thin goods 4such as Organdies Dimities Lawns Foulard Silk Etc Straw Hats for gents and children Lowcut Shoes for mon ladies and children also f many other things too numerous to mention Dont Jail to visit us in this month You cant 4 5 Best 5c 3 Big and Ono Suit afford to miss rare we offer Bring along your of all kinds and get market for same homo double value in that ers would pay you for them you for your past season and to merit a of the same we 2 are Yours for business 26 IS J TICHENOR JO J i1LcBenry Yiy Great Clearance Salep 10 Black Clay Suits at 250 Sizes to 10 All Wool Suits 700 Goods at 495 All sizes 12 Suits Black Clay at 235 Sizes 14 to 19 25 pairs All Wool Pants 125IIDress Goods IitAtir Calico 5c Factory Cotton Bleach Cotton Oc Beclticking15c pours 25c 0 25c Ladies Childrens Ilose5clo- odlopIi Shiats 25c Undei11 ear45e3 the values highest price the merchandise oth Thanking liberal patronage of the hoping continuance always t = Worsted 35 42 IRegular Youths Worsted Heavy Suspenders Handkerchiefs Produce andcarry Shoes25 pairs Hamilton Brown Fine Shoes Iat 125- Heavy 4Work Shoes 100 4Ladies Shoes 125 4 2uallystore at prices as cheap as the cheap est Dont fail to attend this sale for 4it means a saving to your pocketbook 4 4 x SAM BACH Hartford Y w 1 t c THE LIFE OF A DEER From Its Birth In the Maine Woods t the Hunters Bullet Awny back in the deep forests of nOltwrn Elaine a voting leer was born IIo was n tim little fellow and his coat tins spotted His kind inotlfcr had selected a dense thini 1 of young spruce for his early home Tor a time he lay quietly on his bed of dry leaves only standing up at such times as his mother camas tn him nod roused him Rut as i- sgrew e he began to frisk around airy began to want to 10 out but hit mother mode him iimLMniitl that he must obiy and taught him many things She taudit him that when tanjrcr cane he must drop down lint in the bushes tUlIlllnn and lie perfectly still not niakin r the leas t tllllenemywould escape Then she taught him that if she left him at any place he must never move front that spot so lie could find him on her return lie obeyed her and so lived and givvr through the summer and was a fine large fawn He wintered with his mother lint many others in the deep spruce woous ollll1 times deep snow covered the ground and it was very cold but lie was trong lint the wild creatures knew j well where to look for food Then SpllIIttlIll and new wild I blood llowed through his veins iI went out alone into the woods eI ilmilly kfl his mother alone to care for another young brother He Yarned riiny things one of which was to fear man 1lil feeding I with others he had hoard a rack nnd a big buck that was feed lUg near Mint had sprung high in the j ir null fallen dead Jle tied to thej woods hut lacking tIll caution all had turned and walked softly J lkIUIII peered through the btishos to see why the big buck should fall and lie so still He saw a man bur ry out of the timber told rut the bucks throat and while 1stoOil trembling with fear the man pro ceeded to skin and mangle the buck in a horrible wn Then he tied cud on not stopping until he wll31 lII1ascreature as t t man was e never forgot If he heard that sharp i oolllhehead and finally his horns broke through Two spikes they were but still horns and were for battle i and defense lie was proud of them but theysoolt rot him in trouble with older buck who would have ante of his lordly ways in their pros gate But he still crew and waxed strongand the next year he won some hard fought battles and ho had his mate with him till spring i oairc again Now he was full grown and had a magnificent head of antlers There waa not a larger or finer buck in i he forest lie had many battle tadurn always victorious His fame 8JrlIIdnlIolll1 nnd hunters i wont far into the forest to slay him i but ho was quirk of ight and keen j of Scent and with all his bravery Iwtllelullpdellutioll When his keoti i eye 01 keener nose told him that 7uju were rear he lied slid roul1I liiper back im the forest ard ray fur days and voeks Then he would I vnture bitch cintttoasIauc wovld rot nppcar in siht till he know that I tio nun had vwo So lull lived on Ltdvas monarch of all that coun try lie had become suh a terror tn the other bucks that hardly one legal light him 11 is pride was at last his ruin On R fall dam- el caiie to tin side of the lake with lillf herd to drink All was till Man haul not Iwii seen or smeller md no danger was ill the air Oil III high bunk a young buck stood in warm jilt nhi lit Jle did not move vlion tlo old tfiuut came in sight This nit himViiadluml IK Hujriiod j upon the bank anti till yotintr bick tied Then lie marched in lordly j tylu to th top ui the buiA raised iij head unit simrtcrt forth his note of lotiancc to nil the world Crack Vent u rifle from the lake below id the noble animal leaped high j Tvard and a few Wore jumps and lottn to oarth he went with tIll bunters rule ball through his heart rntl the famous buck of the great forest was no more Forest and 3irtr1UJ Cnuss For Tears Koine friends were talking once Loiorc a well known crricaiurist of she effect ora powerful painting pon tOO mind and koine one said ll1 thuinslcnlh The painter with hilt brush CIIUI rink tears to lit eyeluite as well 14 tho poet with his lyre That is iiuUuil true replied the riricnturist I wm in sptudiu yosterday and lie was showing 1111 e of his jictures and thal a slot usually iu the melting lI i wept for ten minute OOlll Ah 1 had heard that trentltiga very pathetic subject I And you found his wonderful brush IOh that isnt it He stuck his wonderful brush in my eye while gesticulating A Useful Ladder Among the peculiar geniuses of H lilhl Maps a place to be re I nlentinrcdand ofwhich tT L Kwoll has written a book was a ulna in the north of the parish who was asked by a ladder vender if he would like to buy low much are the ladders a foot he asked Twelve cents was the answer Very wellsaid he Ill take n footITho ladder vendor jumped down from his load pulled down a ladder and sawed otC a font The purchaser took it paid the quietlyI wantIing to pick huckleberries Youths Companion Modal Wanted Longhair humus rived a com j mission to paint one of those studio i from still life for old Muchcash said the lit l1titIHood replied the second paint spreader T am glad to hear of his I goccllttlkIcash want+ a picture uia 20 note I lying on a cigar box and Longhair cant borrow a model A Bismarck Story I Prince ismirekonoe received an application from a personal friend i1l1polit1Iboy do asked the prince lie can sperk seven languages replied the proud father lieber himmel exclaimed the man of blood andiron What a splendid head waiter lie would make SkillIShe Knew His fihIincontent of his biifket to hu wife i she exclaimed j 1Olt John arent they beauties been so anxious for theltst hour dear Foolish little one said John 11- i ressingly hwhat could have I happened to me Oh I didnt worry about von 1lore but it grow so late Iitaa afraid j fish11I1HrkJust What Ha Wanted thatIthree nights in succession and itI has been nearly midnight when he left Hadnt you better invite him to bring his trunk and make his home with us I Innocent Daughter4h papa Imlay 1 It Is just what he wanted but he was too bi= hful to askyou Hell be dolightcl when I tell him tub eveningHer Solicitude They had just telephoned from downtown that hubby was seriously i 1nltnr1sand was fat losing con j sciousnoss The poor wife was distracted j Grief perplexity exasperation j were on her face At last she gospel into tho mouthpiece of the phone I suspect I cannot got down i there in tinif for my new hat hasnt j In8e from the milliners vt but if plutisc ask him before he i II1It what ho did I with the theater ticket for tonight i And then her grief obtaining mastery she fell in a dead tnintIiialtimore American An i i Umbrella j Two St Joseph policemen decid ed they needed an umbrella recently i and laid plans to get one One morning a citizen came into the po j lico station with jut lllhnil urn brella as the policemen thought j would do As ho left till building j one of tho officers rushedup and grabbed the umbrella Where did j you get this r he asked grurily 1I 11Imlh dont remember came from the citizen Well it wasnt yours way it said the po liceman Why no 1 the zen replied All right Ill jUlitI keep it the policeman said And lie didSt Joseph Mo Lance f Authority For the Name Jaka colored servant has quite a flock of children all of them with JJiblical unities as their father is religious and a great student wiIi oiioLd himself 1t12z1Cdiii to a name for him You see he ex plained ores bout sausted till dem characters sich a3 Dnvil1ani Amos an Solomon De sug gesls Iialaam but Is caiculatin oni Hallowed Hallowed uhtle hook siggests it fob itself I Hallowed be thy name sab T I reckon well leave it dah Huh I CYCLONES ARE HARMLESS Only by a Mistaken Use of Tcrni i Are They Associated With Tornadoes Is Irhn18 The otcHnnry laud cyclone is usual iy harmless and it is only l v a iHs taken use of the term that it bus be colic associated with those terrifying storms peculiar to our county kW111 as torraloep Cyclones lave n bud I reputation because they are commonIly tifsoclnteti with other 11111 storms IfStadUI bitijj ta iter Gus and destructive they are the rliif I source of rain in sjriuc aid autumn t and supply the snow which adds so much to the ploaturi of our Norlurn winter They cover a K qe extent ol territory at one tune and on an aver nge loll JW one auttber acres the country from wrst to east at Inlcivals itli About thee days A tornado Often Iret t damage it is known Ly its tiunrl bhnpedcoud which u funds and bound 10 lie I tonchliIalong the ground the havoc is rett1 est Ilsie the mightiest structures ofI matt ate cttlbhed In an instant biore I the avalanchrs of a0d let 1 rose from Jewry direction The air stems to r have an explosive force hu 1 lints illinjj outward instead ol intar as ont might think In such n 8rl1l no pac = IM t ale but the suuthwtst rat m r of a cedar afiorrtti the best uroiect I inn obtaiui UfO if in the open he nt on the rotid During a lorna do which lass b it a few minutes j the sky Is covered by clouds ol inky b lckness which hi re mid there mass In a livid greenish hue The surfhre I winds rash spirally upward into the funnel shaped Cloud with them many articles which are hftr I wad dropped some distance beyond The danger I me is confined to a path j less than n h If a mile in width end one hundred miles in length These torms cccur only 01 tad f The true hurricane is ocean horn On the high ses of the tropics it niirhHls its forces of wind and WIt before which the stoutest ship is help j 1 s rend the fairest islands are laid- i waste Kven the sturdy rranland trembles under Its awful castration These ocean t ims last touch longer than tornadoes cover more territory and cause more damage The hut ri cne which overwhelmed Galvestion destroyed s vela thousand lives and milMons of dui ars worth ol property i The West India islands are frequent Ilv scotireed by these awful visitations and our own Atlantic coast sonic times feels the 1 ish of these dreaded sorni1But the hurricane and the tornado are rare The former seldorw extends tar Inland and usnl y occurs in the lite summer or fall Tornadoes are roflucts of the South and West And are mostly confined to the spring early summer months The andI an universe stoim which ver land find sea n season and out ol season L spvia or in fallin sum miter or in winter I is an old friend but ogle notch Taken abusecIWm Kirmae a member of the I bridge gang working near Littleport was taken suddedly ill Thursday I night with eraiaps aunt a kind of chol era His case was so severe that lie I had to have the member of the crew wait upon hun and Mr iVitiord was called mud consulted He told them I he hall a medicine in th1 form of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy that he thought would help him out and accordingly several doses wore administered with the result that the fellow was able to be around next day The incident speaks1 quite highly of Mr G i fiord V niedicims Eikader Iowa Argus This remedy never fails For sale by all druggists in or IReal er j jynient is had when read lag that clever magazine The Smart Set Have you read that very lnteetIng marine The Smart Stt To Dry Corn Dried coru Is swel ten and more sat itictt ry ffr winter use than Is canned corn To dry corn pick it while it ita young cut from the cob and dry by I spreading over an old platter or old plate and setting In a hot oven or the hot sun to dry Place the dried corn In a heavy sack and hang it in n warm dry place If after a fortnight it shows no signs of moisture it Is ufficiently dried to keep well If there are signs of mildew or moisture take it out mind retry It Do not soak wintersIt l corn A Perfect Painless Pill Is the one that wLI cleanse the pys tern set the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cure headache and leave a hood taste iu the mouth The famous little pills for tilling such work pleasantly tool etleetually are DeNVitts Little Early Kiers huh ill c1l ll of Lafayette lUllSIY All other pills I have used gripe and Mckcn while Do Witts Little E Risers are simply per led Sold by 11nync Ctrjllia Al lira m Cases of Eggs Destroyed Lu1 Iillv tlllltl Millions of egg ae destroyed in HnjiUrd every year simply in order lo lrp the priers up When the egsrs me coming In t- 6tet i r iu abr a nod a glut ill the makt is threatened it is the pre ice to b gal npn case alttr case and awithIthrown ovcrbard at w+ and one way lor nothi r it is no uncommon thin tot half a milliirt lotelgu eggs to lit iptroyed in n wfrk A Summer Cold uittovdnij it no will be the prnhuhie result by Fall One Miintto Cuiigh Curo clears the phlegm draws out the inflammation heal + 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in tIlt early lull Thousands are going Its a R good time There is no donht hit 1 that all good Amor E ieans desire to ste tilt Joldcn Slate some time lores g an opportunity Is there anything to prevent your taking advantage os the exceptionally low rates an E nounced for tills occasion I Three Rock Island Routes I Yin Memphis through the Great Southwest Via St Louis and the new liie to Kansas City and Colorado 5 Via Kansas City and Colorado Tickets on Sale Bilo 5 to Sept 101 Rates rom your home town on request Geo H Lee McGuire lirll Ill + + Akillt- I Ills IMiw Attilit HI Ito ktrk ItiInuatltt r t u h1TylaL r Health For a QuarterPe- ople who have torpid liver find life a r misery Aft they need is a mild remedy like AMONShJv AND TONIC PELLETS The Pill stimulates the liver to its proper work and the Petets invig orate the system In short they both assist t Nature as a medicine should doc A 1 Complete Treatment c J r7111 Only 25 cents 1 rrrrrr teeC lob cCo St lnl8 t drl 14 i b01 d 4vI II Panola I Modern tonica dose before ettrlt meal will make you feel 3strong and well PAN oLA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia J Catarrh of the Head Throat Stomach Bowels Liver and Kidneys I La Grippe mId general debility Made by the LiETCunFrD j rACAr Co IncForsale by PIlARi j H WILLIAMS Hartford w 11 er11 1 1 111r 111r 111 u I WOMAN WINS 250000I Mrs Herbert Tetlow Washing tonvillc 0 Secures First Prize in Contest Toledo 0 July 21 Probaly no one was mare surprised than w t Mrs Herbert Tetlow Washington yule Ohio when the postuihScr de 1 vered to her an envelope containing signCr Spice Cowi fly o Toledo Ohio j This good fottune la the result o I an estimate made by Mrs Tetlow ii juccortance with the Lion Cffe prem ium ofitr to those cowing the nearestI to estimating the 4th of July attend once at the Woilds FairI The total paid attendance at thi SL Louis Exposition on July 4th wn I 396S9 As Mrs Tellos estimate was ex actly correct she was given first re ward Mrs Tetlow srt in only slJlI estimatesM Hasslnger Lamonla Pa re ceived the second pr z= of 100000IE B Roseboom Frankfort lames Ashcrolt Raleigh N C each I received 51000 prizes In all 2139 prizes amounting to 21ooo oo west awarded Throughout the last six montlu Wochom Spice Company has been publishing in the trading newspaper of America an offer of 5 00000 it cash prizes The 2jpoooo just awarded in In their Worlds Fair Con test Another 2 00000 will b given in the same way to these wht make the best estimates of the total Presidential vote to b cst next No vjmbr All told 33 people iu Kentucky woe przis the ten leading ones being 2ooo prze Estiiuatt J J Phillips G arson Ky 139 S2t 1000 pr ze Wm Dllley Greenup Ky won i priz s 141000 and 141 100 Mrs B L May Muir Ky 140097 Mrs Anna B Ptttcl- Folsoni Ky 139 33I H1 B Morton Mortons I Gap Ky 14socc- Jyhnnthai amens Green up Ky 140040 J L White New Columbus Ky 139 007 W W White LytleKptl02S5- oo pris Thos Blanchard Mays ville Ky 138 781 W H Bogan Franklin y 135 913 Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholora and Diar rhoea Remedy and Perhaps a Life Saved A short time ago I was taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and be lieve I would have died if I had not gotten relief says John J Patton a leading citizen of Patton Ala A friend recommended Chamberlaint Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Kerne dy I bought a twentyfive cent hot tle and after taking three doses of it was entirely cured I consider it the best remedy in the world for bowel complaints For sale by all druggists m Bright and Tart Things May I kiss you Not much All right I wanted only one 01 twoMrs BixbyWhat do you think ot my bathing des I BixbyIts an improvement or your other one this one is visible to the naked eye- Henpeck ttlls his wife everything that he does Yts and he does everything that she tells him GeorgeWhat can be more sicken lug than to see another fellow making love to a girl HarryTo see another fellow making love to your gir- lMadgeHow does Dolly know she has gained two pounds since she came 1lc- nl1njorleShe cant get Into her bathing sui- tMldgeI wonder how Charlie felt when he was proposing to you I DollyWell if you really must know he was feeling my cheek with one hand and my waist with the other srSam Jones and Carry Nation Louisville had Carrie Nation and Sam Jones yesterday says A recent Issue of the Louisville Times The former was busy the latter remained quietly at his hotel until night when he delivered an address at Glenwood u Chautauqua Mrs Nation attacked whisky and tobacco in particular VMU Jones attacked everyone but the Prohibitionists Carrie Nation said Roosevelt and Parker were betr guzzing Dutchmen Sam Jones said Republicans end Democrats were damnable lousy r evil iIt Sam Jones thesIrg nesembly nantes Preachers od men lndWOlUcn oung men and soling women tit cnme in for their lure of abuse from the eccentric lees 1urerIf sit the poachers were honest there would be no whliky busimsj in i few years ItI ad he You 1jng faced preachers pay but you dont 10 anything If I wai running for Mayor of Lc nt ville I wouldnt want voufornuId rther have the sa uon keepers If my daughter should bring home t dude for a husband I would spit on him and drown him was another of ifs choice hits Another was A man with a good ife and fourteen children is blessed f God but the man who has married societywoman and a poodle dog Is urstd by the devil The meeting was held is a circus entan appropriate place Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J JJ Orner Franklin Grove III For four years it defied all doctors Hill all remedies lint Bucklens Ar tics Salve had no trouble to cure iim Equally good for BurnsBruis t Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at X Wayne Griffin it Bros drug tore in Sentence Sermons Humility is nev r seen in the mir ir The crutl are alas cowardly Gred turns vspirallon luto ambl ionWhere globes reign character abdl ales Its but a slippery step from smartens 1081 9Nurse a misery and you cultivate a nnnster Cheer i1sta ol complaint is the na k of the saint A man gets htue in heaven by a oid deed done in secret A moan shows his dependence on iod by his diligence for God God will not fill your heat because ou empty your head Turn your back on the sun and you HUM live in the shadow Faith is tire only eye with which it i tale to look at the future The man who lives by tricks finds hem to la bakrmnded traps God can make more out of a weak tan than he can out of a wabbly nePeople who calculate on an eleventh our repentance always die at 1030 The treeS we rnlse and not the ones e drop front determine our worth Its no use praying for a three foot treaty when you have only a one nch pipe Everybody says Amen to the a1 who prays to be taken out of his wickedworld Some men are never happy except jchen they think how much worse the ther fellow has its When a man puts out his shingle m the roof the Lord Is likely to let aim sit down in the basement awhile md think Its mighty foolish to get so anx ous about saving the whole world hat you havent time to do anything or your own ward People who never given more than hicken feed to the church are the first to complain If they dont Viet chicken pie in every sermon 6 Escaped an Awful Fato Mr H Haggins of Melbourne Flit writes My doctor told me I had Consumption and nothing could be done for me Iwas given up to die The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption induced me to try it Results were startling I am now on the road to recovery and owe all to Dr Kings New Discovery It sure ly saved my life This great cure is guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases by 55 Wayne Griffin S Bro Druggists Price f0c and 8100 Tri al Bottles free m How to Set a Hen Very few people know how to set a hen properly In the first place remember that you cant make her set If she doesnt want to Cut a barrel in two in the middle then cut out one or two stave so that when it is stood on its end there will be plenty I I HALLSRenews the hair makes it new again restores the freshness Just what you need if your hair is faded or turning gray for it always restores the color Stops falling hair aIsoUl KHSttCTmEMl li of room for the hen to pass In and out Place the barrel on the ground with the headed end up and then scoop out the eaith to a cone v0 shape and put In a very little fine hay and the nest is ready for the eggs It it is not convenient to put the ba rel on the ground a grass sod placed under neath the nest will answer It i best to place the hen on a few glass or worthless eggs at first as she mny trot take kindly to the nest you have prepared for her Puce her on the nest niter dark and she will get ac customed to it through the night II she seems inclined to set after this she may be given the eggs which are intended to b j hatched If the hen is allowed to leave her nest every day A small coop may b placed in front oi theta ref and then she will be sure to return to the nts She should always have near her a cup of water and plenty of foot If the above di rections are followed and the eggs are well eitilizd a good brood of chickens may be expected Mysterious Circumstance Oue was pule and sallow and th other fresh androsy Whence the difference She who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills to maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good di gestion and head off constipation Tr them Only 25c at Z Wayne Grif fin it Bro Druggists m Wouldnt go Higher up One of Judge Howlands bests tot iet refers to a Southern planter who was showing some Northern friends about his plantation The visitors noticed a great number of men woiking in gangs about the place IDo your men work better that wajatktd one man Alter explaining his system the man ventured the remark that he employed many old Confederate soldiers And hV do they do asked one of the patty Well over there are four men One was a private and one a Corporal one a Mijor and one a Colonel in the service said the planter II Are they equaly good at their jobs 0 no The private is a firstclass workmen and the Corporal is pretty good too said the planter The Major is so so and as for the Colonel well I hesitate to say anything against one who fought in the war but I have made up my mind that I shall not hire any Brigadier Gen crabs 7 LAST T11u SEASON SEA SHORE EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC CITY CAPE MAY SEA ISLE CITY- REHOBOT H And Other Atlantic Coat Points THURSDAY AUG 18th VIA Bfm O Sw4 StopOver Privileges on Return Trip at Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington Extremely Low RnteH- TlcUett Good 13 Duyw Vestibuled Trains Elegant High Back Seat Coaches Pullman Draw ing Room Sleeping Cars and Com panys Dining Cars All Trains Via Washington D C Ask agents for Descriptive Folder Containing Time of Trains List ol Hotels Etc or address o P MCCARTY G P A- Cincinnati O R S BROWN DPAL- oslltivlllC Ky Lb liSTY SICILIANHair I Cumberland i TELEPHONE AN- Irelegiapll Co 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Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thuruduy evening Ray J H lIurllettlllllltorC1 Services Irsr Sunday In each munch nt 11 a m and 7 p m hey J 0 liar ned puetor School Trustee Hartford Inn 1 Miller J Glenn S T Stevens U M Rocker J II n Cars eon Ion C Klley Town Trustees Itownn Holbrook Chairman S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W S Tlimley A C Taylor Cosrot Cociotioc A 0 U AV meetB tlrst and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No C75 F4 A Masons first Monday night In eaeh month Rough Ulverlod reNo 110 KnlghtHOt 1ythla meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 G A II hold r eg ular meetings Saturday before flrstSunduylnenrn month My Breath Shortness of Breath Is One of the Com monest Signs of- iieartDiseaseNotwIthPtnnilln what many physic- Ian say heat dsoaKO can bo cured Dr Miles New Hosirt Curo has permanently rti torfit to health many tloucamlrt who hail found no relief In the medicines allopathic or homoeo puthlf of riKUhir iiractliInu physicians It has proved Uclf unique In tho history of medicine by being PO uniformly successful In curing thoo diseases Nearly always ono of the first signs of trouble la shortness of breath Whether It comes ns a result of walking OP running up stairs or of other exercises if the heart Is unable to meet this extra demand upon Its pumping powers thoro is something wrong with It Tho very liont thing your can do is to take Dr Mlles New Heart Curo It will GO to tho foundation of the trru bio and make a permanent euro by HlfnKlhcnin and renewing tho nerves 1 know that Dr files New Heart Curo is a gnjit n nieily For a number of years 1 MiffotvU from short IHSIB of breath smothering fijHlls and pales in my left stile For months nt a time I Tnuld bo unable to lie on nev left side and If I lay tint on my back would nearly smother A frltm advised using Dr Miles Now llrart Cure which 1 did with good results I hrgan to Improve nt once and after taking several bottles of tho Heart Cure tho pains In my side and other symptoms vanished I am now entlrEI vll All those dreadful smothering sptlls art a thing of th- oleastF P imAKE Mlddlctown O youtheppljiTi Write to us for Free Trial AntiPainOurSpecialist itireeLAUOaVTOIUES JiUCXIART IND i a ANIMALS AT SCHOOL t Only an Unkept Unconscious School and One Entirely Instinctive lai thero anything which without great violence to language may be called a echool of the woods In the sense in which a playground is a oohoo11 playground without rules or methods or a director there is a school of the woods It is an unkept an unconscious school or gymnasium and is entirely in Btiiictivo In play the young of all animals no doubt get a certain amount of training and disciplining that helps fit them for their future careers but this school is not presided over or directed by parents though it is sometimes taken part in by them It is spontaneous and haphazard without rule or system but is in every case along the line of the future struggle for life of the particular bird or animal A young marsh hawk Which we reared used to pliyat striking leaves or bits of bark with its talons kittens play with a ball or a cob or a stick as if it wero a mouse dogs race and wrestle with each other as in the chose ducks dive and sport in the water doves circle and dive in the air as if escaping from a hawk birds pursue and dodge each otHer in the same way bears wrestle and box chick ens have mimic battles colts run and leap fawns probably do the eamo thing squirrels play some thing like a game of tag in the trees lambs butt one another andskip about the rocks and so on In fact nearly all play including much of that of man takes the form of mock battle and is to that extent an education for the future Among the carnivora it takes also the form of the chase Its spring andmo tive are of course pleasure und not education herein again revealing the cunning of nature the power that conceals purposes of its own in our most thoughtless actsrfhe cat and the kitten play with the live jnoupo not to indulge the sense of cruelty as some have supposed but to indulge in the pleasure of the chase and of capture and uncon sciously to practice this featrfhe cat rarely plays with a live bird because the recapture would be more difficult and might fail What fish ermen would not like to capture his big fish over and over again if he could be sure of doing it not from cruelty but for the pleasure of prac ticing his urtJohn Burroughs in Century The Way They Went There was no doubt of itMrHunter had lost the field He had searched for his companion fox hunters long but minIand now he was reduced to asking the aid of a chubby little lad of three whom he met in a lane Hello Johnny Which way did the hounds go he queried and 0droppedCome coaxed Mr Hunter do not be afraid Heres a penny for vou Now tell mo what way did the hounds go r The youngster took the coin and then fell upon all fours and bow wowed shylyLondon Two Gentlemen The late Justice Manic of the English judiciary while one time waslecturingpassing sentence on him when he was nnnOVl bone of the oflicials of court crossing beneath him be prisonersdockof the bar- Ton ought to know exclaimed the judge severely addressing the offending officer that it is improper to pass between two gentlemen when one of theme is addressing the otherHe then procmkxl to pass sen I tence of seven years peiwl servitude on the other gentleman Both Fooled An amateur cornet player who makes life a burden to his neigh bors applied the other day to the conductor ofa theater for um loy ment Jt so happened that the conductor was badly in need ofa cor net player Greatly impressed by the applicant account of himself and his playing and alo buinjr in a great hurry he engaged the ladat oar mid told him to be on hand time same night laic overture that oven ing was Tunnlmnser and the new recruit mtido a ghastly mes of his share in it When at last it was over the purple faced conductor bent down to the amateur and said in angry tone- sTon wretched scoundrel I thought you could play So did I till I caine here re plied the cornet player getting up find putting away his instrument and aitent wo both jolly well sold And with that the amateur dis appeared with alacrity Lon Standard + lilI The Smart Set magazine will enter tain you v u Sick Headache For several years my wife was troubledwith what physicians called sick headache of a very severe charac ter She doctored with several emi nent physicians and at a great ex pense only to grow worse untilshe was unable to do any kind of work About a year ago she began taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver sTablets and todayweighsmore than he everyljdbejore7and iirVii7 eayeMr Geo E Wright of New London New York For sale ball druggists Real enjoyment Is had when reading that clever magazine The Smart Set 1 find nothing better for diver derangement and constipation than Chamberlains Stomach and Liver TabletsL F AndrewsDes Moines Iowa For sale by all Druggists Have you 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