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With hearts full of gratitude, wish to
express to their costumcrs their MANY
THANKS for their liberal patronage
during the year 1899. In many respects
the past year has been our best.
We expect by FAIR DEALING,
COURTEOUS TREATMENT to all,
LOWEST PRICES, BIGGEST and
BEST SELECTED STOCK, to make
1900 the banner year of our business.
Thanking you again for your kindness
in the past, we wish all of you a happy
and prosperous New Year.
1'ivltv do of Rufp. Rig
tiful line of Ties, Towels, Napkins, Table Linens, Mufflers,
Comforts, Rhmkets, Mens and Ladies' house Slippers,
wool Mittens, kid Cloves. Everything that is useful
you ean find in our store.
Capes, Jackets and Overcoats.
Fifty now stylish .Jacket, latest similes, Tnflutn lined,
worth'siaoO, now $7.-18.
Fifteen Misses .hiekets, all shades. Very latest. Our
price now $-1 00.
Another .shipment of ?.5.50 all-wool Capes, will go
Men's all-wool Heaver Overcoats, cheap at V.hoV, our
Twelve more of those finest imiue
worth 10.00, now 8.50.
Roy's Overcoats with capo
Rov's Reaver Overcoats 15
A look at any of these lines is all we ask.
Then a sale is made. Visit the store that
keeps the biggest stock at low LIVING
PRICES. The place is:
Wednesday, Deccmiipii 27. I
Illinois Central UmlroadPassfnger
Train pan I'eaer Pain follow. doing j
Kitt a f m . 1 1 w p m urn! 7 S p m
Wet it M m.JMP r mid q nt m
Omnfliim lff Hartford l tn and one
o'clock each day and Hrrlvra ni land 4 o'clock
Dm Iolkhbakt'h Swans Down.
Flottng Html 10 is now at Hartford.
13. 13. CcIIiup, Unrifnrd'M now Grocer.
Mf. W, D. Mooru wont to Lonlftvilln
Monday on inlnes.
Mr. Henry Field uut tbo first pait
of tbo week in Lnnisville.
Groceries- purest and cleanest
yon flvcr hw at B. B. Collins.'
Dr. Wynser Warrinrr, of Chicago, is
tbo guest of bin sifter, Mrs D.K. Thomas.
Dr. E. W. Ford nod family spent
Christmas with relatives nt Fordsvillo.
Mr, Ilenr.v Metcalf, of Morgnntown,
has taken cbargo of tbo Hartford House.
For fine Fboto Buttons, call at tho
Flooding Bludio. Telephone Dumber, 13.
For a qnick and easy rido to or from
Beaver Darn, patronize Fields' 'bus
Mr. Bbelby Hook, of Horton, was a
pleasant caller at The Hehald oflloo
Prof, and Mrs. O. M. Bhultzandlittlo
daughter Ruth, aro visiting relatives in
Prof, and Mrs. A. P. Taylor, of
aro the gueets of relatives in
Miss EPa Herring fs vlsitlwrin
tho guest of tbo family of Mr.
HAiiTronn IIbium and LouIavIIIo
Evening Tot one year for $3.71, fcix
Air. J, W. Myers, a promlneLt citizen
of Tritlor, oTc"(rMoridaynmrnlDrpof
For first-class work, cII on (Ileve
Her, iit'eiit for tbo famous Richmond
B. B. Collins will sell you Oroaeries
at tbo lowest possible cash pries. Visit
bim in tbo Griffin block.
Col. C. M. Harnett aud family, of
Lonisville, are spending tbo Holidays
with rilutivcs in Hartford.
Mr. U, 8. Carson, of tbo firm of Car-Ron
Bros., has been quito ill tho
week but is improving at prefont
Messrp. 81m Bonder, of Oklahoma,
and Lon Render, of Loukville, aro !
spending tbo Holidays with tbetr
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Render.
lino Handkerchief. Beau
00 and 3.50.
UHK IOLKHBAnT'H SWASH DOWN.
Tholatnt unvtlty is tho Mncolfvinc
Pbo'oguiph Frame, now at Hohneter's
Flouting Studio. Call and seo it.
Mr .1, Ij. Hiwm, furemin of tbo Re
putdiom uAlc. nod wif Hro tbo guests
of relatives in IXtclifirM this week.
MifH Tdn Lou .TohtiHOP, after a
visit to friends In Hartford, baa
to her hoioo at Providence Ky.
Mrs. Karl A. Collings and children,
of Olennville, are the guests of Mrs.
Collings mother, Mrs. Lnoy A. Klein.
Mitpes Norms, PerniOB and Llllfe
Miller are spending tbo week with their
aunt, Mrs. Harriet Pay too, near Beaver
Me me, M. n. Collins, of Konsee,
Ky.t and W, H. Collins, of Florence,
Ala,, aro tbo guests of their mother,
Mr J. F. Collins.
All tbo merchants of Hartford aro
having a splendid Holiday trade, and
some report moro goods sold than daring
any previous period,
Janice Merldetb, Riobard Carvo),
$1.50 Books for $1.25 each; postage 13
cents on each book.
W. E. & 1. N. PAnuisn,
61t3 Owensboro, Ky,
B. B. Collins has opened out a genor
al lino of Groceries on the corner in tbo
Griffin block and invites you wben
needing supplies of tbra kiod to givo
bim a call,
Mr. W. W. Austin, ono of Ohio county's
old and respected citizens, died at
his rendenoe about ono mllo northeast
of Hartford yesterday morning, of
Tbero was only ono serious Christmas
accident in Hartford. John King had
several finsers of his right band badly
torn by holding on too long to a lighted
Tbero is very little profit in Qrocorles,
but B. B. Collins baa cut that profit
down still lower at bis new grocery
storo in the Griffin blook corner, across
from tbo Call and be con
T iii.a nm n nnmliar rf nnranna in IRffT"lU!"'a wwuMiitj , wvv,
At.V.W I.IU 4H.A.V. V. ,'VDUQ M 14V I
oonuty to whom we are sending The
Hkhald free, provided they will send
us the news of thoir section, but wo sol
dom boar from them, Wako up, correspondent.
Messrs. Jake Wester field and T. H.
Bean have exchanged farms, the former
land Ivlng about two miles esst of Hartford
and the latter fltnated on Rough
river, near Bulplmr Springs, Each will
take possession atonoo.
Mrs. R. R. Wedding, n former resident
of Hartford bat lately of
account ot whoie serious illness
appeared In a recent issue of Tns Her
ald, died at her residence In 'tho above '
named city last Saturday night. I
If yon need auy Enlarging dono in
tho Portrait line, remember S3 00, in
advance, pays for tho bett 10x20 Portrait
that money can buy, in a nice frame.
All work guaranteed at Bobrroter's
Floating Studio. Telephone number,13.
Tbero will bo prcnohinRnttbo
olituch next Sunday morning and
nfclit by tbo pastor, tti'v. J 0. Potrir.
1 Mr, ami Mrs. F. L. Felix and children
nru tpondiOR tbo II olid ays la
Louibvitle, tbo guestii of relatives in
CIovo Her knows bow to plcaeo yon
wbon il'a nice, cleanup
yon want. Laundry called for and
13. 13. OollinB akf) bia friends of tbo
country to call at bis Grocery wben in
Hartford and cot tlieir supplies vory
cheap for cash.
A number of tbo teachers of the
arc in LonIvMIo tula wtek, in nt
tondanoo at tbo meeting of tbo Stato
A meeting of tbo representative citizen
of Ilaitforil was held at tbo oonrt
boueo last Friday uiRUt to take bo mo
action to prevent tbo ealo of whieky in
Hartford. Tbo Prohibition law now
prevailn here, but tbo meeting wns
euciii!Iy to protest atfainut tbo operations
of tbo "blind tiper" whicbuo often
undertakes to come in wben tbo saloons
ro out. Tbero was a pood crowd pres
ont, and it was evident from tbo spirit
nf thn meetinir that our citizens do not
inteud to tolerate in any way tbo illicit
sale of liquor in our midst. Another
like meeting will bo held next Friday
night a week hence, January G. A
through organization was effected and
forcible resolutions adopted.
It seems that we uro toon to have
corapc tition in this oounty,and
in Hartford, by the action of
tho Cumberland Telephone Co. in
bringing its Huob into our midst.
It would seem, from all appearances,
tbut tbo Cumberland company is coming
bero mainly for tbo purpose of
driving tho homo company ont of bnsl
neps, sinco tbero is not enough work
hero to maintain two lines and exchanges
with a profit for both. Tbo
Cumberland company Is a big corporation
with largo capital, and evidently,
like other wealthy Institutions, Is ready
to crush ont any competition that may
stand in its way. Our homo company
established nn exchange aud connecting
lines here after tbo Cumberland company
bad failed or refused to do so, and
should therefore be given precedonco
in the matter of patronage. It does not
evitico a worthy spirit of competition
for a largo corporation to come swooping
into a fit hi already fully ocoupled
by a homo company which paved tbo
way and risked the enterprieo wben tbo
above named corporation refused or was
afraid to do so.
Messrs. Ford & Mattfogly, tbo managers
of the home company, wero enter
prising enoucb to riek their capital for
the uccommodatlori of tbo public when
big institutions of wealth would
not venture in the movement, and tbo
people should stand by them in preference
to lending their aid or encourage
ment to a foreign company which
evidently intends to crush ont our homo
boys aud monopolize the field, wben
they will bo ablo to demand and get
their own prices. Onk Interested.
$3 75, $3.00, $3 75 and $.5 00 for the
bett Guitars for the money. Mandolins
at 33 50 und up to $25 00.
V. J5. A; I. N, PAHMsn,
51t2 Owousboro, Ky.
Mr. J. E. Rowe in Trouble.
The grainl Jury of Daviess county in
session at Oweutboro latt week, Indicted
Commonwealth's Attorney J. E.
Rowo fo' drunkenness and failure to
perform the duties of hi" office. It
Us Ubors and readu its final report
Saturday. Thu following part of
ita reiort is seositional, as it recommends
tbo Impenchmont .and removal
of Common wealth's Attorney Rowo,
aud lutiujutts that Bradley protected
Rowo in hie oonduot.
lutbo discbargo of our duties wo
bavo been materially aesisted by all the
officers of tbo law with whom wo bavo
had official connection, except tbo
Commonwealth's Attorney, J. Edwin
Rowo,wkom be bavo indicted for
and failure to perform the duties
imposed upon bim during tbo present
term of this oonrt. Ills misoonductand
drunkeuuess bavo becomo so frsquent,
so fltgiunt and so mtuious as to bring
your honorable court into disrepute,
und to n fleet great discredit upon the
administration of thu criminal laws
w.tbiu our judicial district.
'It has been demoustrattd by tho
fact that he has escaped punishment for
his official aud perfcounl misconduot in
tbo several indictments cLarging these
eff:cco3 in which bo has succeeded in
evading trial, that thcro is now existing
a nee tsity for culUug the attention of
tbo Otuerol Assembly of Kentucky,
which is coon tooonvmr, to tho constant
tflloiul misconduct of this officer,
and to nrgo tbo several Representatives
inthit budy from this judicial district
tjtiki euob ittps as will bring bm before
that bodj to answor same, and to
bo dealt with according to law.
"Wo alio nrgo that the present Governor
ot Kentucky be requited not to
interfere with tbo duo prosecution of
this offijer, as his predioessor has been
obarged with having dour, tjthleld bim,
and wo fuitber nqjest your,honor to
see that this memorial and report shell
t be pieced before tbo LegUlaturo when
t It nLrt.nililia Tannnr O 1 flAfl
Brave Men Fall.
Vfnilma tr ctnmnnti llvi ml Lt?nst
troubles as well as women, all feel
the results in loss of appetite,poiBOM'in
rne ujouu, uucaaour, uervousnesseau
oo ho aud tired. Iittless. run-down feel.
ing. Bnttheresno need to feci like,
that, J. W. Gardernor, of Indaville,
Ind.. tavt: "Eleotrio Bitters uro lust
whether bo Jives or dies. It gave mo
now strength and good appetite lean
now eat anything and have a now
leao on lifn." Oolv COotnts. at J. H,
!l!LDnns 8tom Every boit,e.
SpfcUlto Tin: Urpald.J
Doc. 5. Mrs. James Qidoomb, ion
and daughter, EJward and Don Irf, and
W. 8. Young aro spending Obrittmas
with friends and rolatives in Butler
We hope wo have no blind tigers in
our community but from tbo number of
drunken mora on our streets yesterday,
tboro must bo ono Eomowhcro not tar
HuBio Allon, who has boon confined to
her bod for many weeks with typhoid
fevtr, is slowly improving and hopes
aro entertained that sho will bo out soon. I
Jumos Wysung, tho timber king of
this section, suspended hauling logs last
week on account of bad roads. He has
about 1G00 logo on tbo bank of Rough
river and will soon bo leady to run
them to Evansville.
There is a protracted meeting in progress
at Possum Trot school house, con
ducted by Revs. Doton and Ony.
Farmers in this section aro planting
their winter crops of tobacoo and the
acreage bids fair to bo very large much
larger than tho summer crops arc likely
In Memory of Hon. R. P. Hocker.
In tho death of Hon. Richard P.
Hocker, which occurred at bis homo in
Beaver Dam.December 10th, tho social,
busfncBsand religious community has
suffered an irreparable loss. No other
man in this county was so closely identified
with so many institutions. Ho was
an actlvo and progressiva merchant and
tho vigorous energies of bis business
life had for many years been devoted to
serving and pleasing tbo great number
of customers who patronized his store.
Ho had great faith in hisbomo town
and was an active factor in every public
enterprise of tho place. For seventeen
years be bad been in tbo mercantile
business there, and had seen the
growth of tbo place from a few houses
to a thriving commercial town. Ho
aided in establishing tbo bank aud the
mill.sud tbo tbemo of his oommeioUl
life was "Come to Beaver Dam," No
man who acoeptcd this hospitable Invitation,
over juBtly said that the bead of
tho firm of locker & Co., dealt with bim
otherwise than with the utmost ciudor
Richard P Hocker was born near
Liberty church, September 30tb, 1845,
aud was earl left an orphan and made
bis bpmo with bis grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ignatius Barrett, iio was
married Juno U, 1877, to Miss Qtna B.
Baker, and to them wero born throe
children Miss Virgelmo Hocker and
CWret.ce and Harvey Hockor.
In early manhood bo taught school
in this county and toon took an active
interest in its politic 1 aud public affairs.
In 1875 bo was elected Representative
for this county and sorved for two
terms, being asain elected In 1870 He
was elected bbenff of tbecounty in 1894.
and served for two terms In that office.
Ho was a Domoorat in polices, but al
wavsnmiu of conservative and liberal
views, and while always loyal to his
party and active in Its councils, be
gave no ono offense by bis oonduot, and
wis as widely popular among members
of opposing jiaitles as among bis political
It was in the and religious or-oh's
of the county that Riohard Hooker's
greatest powera for good wero shown.
In 1804 be professed religion and joined
the Methodist church. From that
time to tho close of his life his religious
convections entered into tho conduct of
bis daily affairs, prfd be squared bis life
by the chart laid dowu by the Master.
He was at tbo time of bis death superintendent
of tbo Union Sunday School
at Beaver Dam and had been for seven
rears past. Always vigorous in tbo
prosecution of what bo undertook, he
carried into his religious labors tbo
same zeal aud earnestness with which
be went about his own affairs. Uo was
an nnremitting foe to lawlessness and
disorder, and his pursa and bis personal
service were ajways at tho command of
those who eoogbt to bring about a higher
state of moral conduct in tho com
mnoity. Ho gave liberally to the church,
as bo did to every laudable enterprise,
and tbo poor and the needy never bad a
firmer friend. His infiuenoo for good
in tho county pqpnot be estimated, for
bis upright life and bis open advooaoy
and support of law and of christian living,
reached far beyond the limits of
bis immedlato environment.
Although bo spent bis money liberally
in tho causes most helpful to society,
for education, goort government.cbarity
and religion, yet bo was blessed with
plenty aud bis business and bis property
increased, so that at bis death be left a
competency for his wife and children
who survive bim.
In bis death The Herald mourns
tbo loss of odo of Its most loyal and
helpful friends.and we pay this truthful
tribnte to the life of him, who in life,
wo loved and honored and wboeo memory
we would aid to perpetuate.
It Hits the Spot.
When suffering from a severe cold and
yotirthroat and Junes feel sore, takoa
doso of Foley s Honey and Tar.
wben tbo sore-once ness will bo at
relieved, a warm, grata
fnl feeling and heeling of tbo
parts affected will bo experienced and
you will say: "It feels so good. It bits
the spot." Guaranteed, For Bale by
J. H. Williams, Hartfordt 8. L. Mitchell
k Bro , Beaver Dam; M. S. Rowland,
The taxpayers of
white school district
No. 1 f Hartford graded
school, are hereby notified
that after Decem-
hber28th, 1899, a pen-
alty dffive per Cent Will
he added to all Unpaid
tax due said district at
W. G. HARDWICK,
, - , .
Secretary Of DOard
trustees, QlStHCt NO.
ll. 1 Hartford graded
A Keen Clear Brain.
Your best footings, your social position
or business success depend largely
no tbo perfect action of vonr Stomach
and Liver, Dr. King's New Life Pills
givo increased strength, & keen, clear
brain, high ambition, A 25 cent box
will mako you feel like a new being.
Bold by J. H, Williams, Druggist, m
THE LATEST NEWS.
It h estimated that it will rcqniao 1,-858
enumerators to take tbo census la
A post-office inspector has recommended
tho removal of Mrs . O.
Vonoe, postmaster at Hawesvillo, Ky.,i
because of a discrepancy of less than
$100 in her accounts.
It is stated that tho Queen's montel
anxiety over tho war in South Africa
gives tbo greatest alarm to tbo royal
Al Gorman shot and killed Tom
Froggo, on Qreen river, at tho month
of Bnck creek. McLean county, Sanday
night about 10 o'clock. Gorman is
twenty yoars old aud his victim tbo
Evangelist Dwight L. Moody died at
bis homo at East Northfield, Mass., Friday.
Ho know tho end was at hand and
was prepared for it, saying to bis daughter:
"I see- earth receding; heaven Is
opeuing; God is calling me," and a moment
later he expired.
Jacob F. Uuolow, while playing
SauU Claus, at bis home in Louisvill1,
accidentally shot and killed his wife
Monday night. Upon realizing what
be had dono bo tried to shoot himself,
but was restrained by tho polico and
locked np in jail.
Six little girls were burned to death
at Quincy, III., Friday and fonrobers
will die as the result of burns. Tboy
were giving a dress rehearsal of Christmas
exercises, wben tho fleece clothing
of two of tbo children dressed as limbs
caught fire from a gas jrt, and in a moment
all of thp participants wero ablaze.
E. 8. Dale, Arcot, Tenn., write:
Have nsed Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver
Medicine 10 years. I bad what the
doctors called Ulceration of Stimacb.
It cured mo sound aud well. Would
not give one paokage of it for a dozen
Black Draught like I used. For ealo
by J, H. Williams, Hartford, Ky, m
Prompt and Liberal.
On tbo 12th day of September last I
took out an accident polioy with G, B.
Likens, agent, and on October the 21 1
rcoeived an injury. Wben I recovered
sufficiently to resume my duties, I applied
for indemnity and in a few days
afterward Mr. Likens banded in the
company's check for 3180, being every
cent I asked for. To Is promptness is
very commendable and I take pltas
uro in referring all who may want in
surance to this Company. J.O. Bile?.
Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine
has sinoe 1840 steadily risen in public
favor, and tbo demand for it far exceeds
that of any other Liver Medicine. For
sale by J. H. Williams Hartford. m
Brooms,buoketp, tubs, clothes baskets,
churns, washboards and rope, all
trust prodnots, have advanced in cost
$3 per 03Qt,
Health for ten cents. Cascarets mako
tho bowels and kidneys act naturally,
destroy microbes, cure bpndace,bilious
ness aud constipation. All druggists, tf
""did i you know
That Hartford isone of tbo oldestand
best towns in tbo State of Kentucky?
That Hartford bus 10 houses Eolling
groceries and 7 dry goeds stores?
That Hartford ha had but ono failure
among merchants wburo tho amount
exceeded 61000 during tbelattcontury?
That Hartford is the bead of slack
water navigation on Rouub River?
That when people leavo Hartford to
find a bttter place they most, generally
contiuuo their search until tbey reach
That tho Hartford Tobacco House
has rtoeived in tho last two weeks over
200,000 Ibj of tbo weed?
That Hartford u,scn about 30 J, 000
busbes. of goal each year?
That 300,000 bushels of
Hartford's New Grocery
I wish to notify tho public that I have opened up
a now Grocery Storo in Hartford in tho Griflin
block corner, opposite tho post-office, and will carry
a genoral stock of all goods in my line. I am going
to givo tho people some revolutionary prices on
groceries, and I ask a share of their trade on a cash
basis. All my goods aro fresh from tho market and
of tho best quality. I ask my friends of tho country
to remember mo when in Hartford and mako
my storo their headquarters. I will treat you right
and soil you goods at right prices. I will surely
mako it profitable for you to trade with mo. All
Groceries sold in Hartford dolivered free of charge.
Yours for trade,
B. B. OOLLINS.
"" Z TU.M
bushels to tho car) would mako &00 carloads?
That Ohio cunoty coLt tins 010 eqnaro
miles of territory?
That Ohio county produces ono of the
finest grades of tobacoo of any county
in Western Kentucky?
That Ohio county produces about six
millions pounds of tobacco this year?
That Ohio oonnty needs from fifteen
to twenty good tobacco stemories?
That roads built with mnd aro not
as good as roads built with etooo?
That good roads Is ono of tho loading
features of civilization?
That with a wholo lot of will and
unity, tho pcoplo of Ohio county
could bavo most any good thing
that tbey might wieh?
N Jay Efp Ske.
Tho oil combine Lag adyanced tbo
prico of coal oil 35 por coLt. and tho
prico of gasoline 33 1-3 per cont.
1 You have used all!
S sorts of cough
dies but it does not
yield; it is too deep)
seated. It may wear
I lit-II UUL 111 III I1C, UUL
it is more liable to
produce la grippe,
pneumonia or a serious
You need something I
mat win give you
strength and build
up the body.
will do this when everything I
else fails. There is no doubt I
about it. It nourishes, i
strengthens, builds up and 1
makes the body strong and ?
healthy, not only to throw I
off this hard cough, but to I
f fortify the system against f
Further attacKs. ir you are
run down or emaciated you
should certainly take this 1
I nourishing food medicine.
oc. in J $i no, ill druggists.
f SCOTT & BOWNE, Chtmisti, New York
MW lUi tt
W. G. Hard wick
Hartford, Ky., for
Of nil kinds Firo, Accident, Life
aud Health. Best companies. Absolute
protection. Office in the
Ohio County Bank.
The Best for the
You MUST wear Clothes.
Tho Law compels you to. Nature's
ordinances and man's
decrees insist upon tho observance
of this rule.
The Question Is:
Whoro can tho best bo had
for tho least money! Whoro
can you find GOOD Clothing
at RIGHT prices?
G. T. Westerfield,
Tho genoral merchant
solves tho problem liko
Aloxandor tho Great ho cuts
tho prico in half, as tho great
General slashed tho Gordian
Knot. Call and bo
ed. Foglofc Co'.s old stand.
HELP FOR YOU
For honest treatment and a speedy cure write
or go to Dr. J. Newton Hathaway whose
great reputation is a sufficient guarantee of
satisfactory results. Consultation 0? bymSi Free.
Contincted or Ilercld
tary Sjplimu In all Us
terrlblo stages, producing copper-colored
spots on faco or body, littlo ulcers on tho
to d cue, In tho month or throat, falling out of
tho hair or ecbrows, deny of tho flesh or
tones, completely aud lorercr eradicated
without thu uso of Injurious drugs, leaving
the s)stcm In a pure, strong and health
or enlarged clns, which
lead to a complete loss cf
tcxml power; also Hydrocele, finnorrhun,
UeM, Stricture-and all I" ' . -
DUfises ULd Vfaki,t ,iu iki
K V COriMAN, D.O. ICliiuliiitc.linerJraii
W C MiMAKAMA D.O. ysclmnl
MKS AUCKCOFKMAN, D.O.J Kli kit ille, JUiauurl.
Drs. Goffman, McManamaft Ooffman
ThW Science, originated and developed by Dr. A. T. 1(11,, of Kirksvllle, Mo depends 00 the
ptliK(pI"oi Anatomy aud rhyalolpgy for Us results. It requires no faith, no drugs, no rubbing,
no nn Riral operation, and claims nothing supernatural.
OveouiUhy v ewi mail as a machine of so many parts; Its keynote Is adjustment. When all carts
aiepiopc ly adjusted and not oerwoiked, health Is the result.
SOMK OF TIIK DISKASKS TUI2ATEU IIY US,
Nervous Trostratlon, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Catarrh, Weak KyM, Granulated Mds,
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This Cycle Folding Camera is designed especially
for the Holiday Trade, and this unparalleled
offer continues only until Jan. 1 , 1 900.
Have achieved an enviable reputation, but this ono eclipses
anything that has ever been offered for tho money. Tho
Camera is of the Folding Cycle style, and measures but
inches when closed. Made of the best seasoned material,
covered with genuino leather, equipped with Time and, Instantaneous
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Finder, Focusing Scale, Carrying Case and ono Double Plato
IJolder. All complete, neatly boxed, for $7
Don't miss tho opportunity; it may never come again.
Buy from your dealer or send direct to us.
Ray Camera Co.,
Center Street, ROCHESTER, N, Y.
'AS YOU SOW, SO
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Also Manufacturers' Agents for Etc., Etc
Nos. 138 and 138 Second
John S. McCorkle,
Lumber and Building Material,
Cor. Walnut & Eighth Sts., Evansville, Ind.
Frames, Glazed Sash, Doors, Blinds, Moulding and odd sizes
of factory work, Shingles, Laths, Weatherboarding, Yellow
Pine Flooring and Ceiling. Write for prices and
estimates on Houses, Storo Fixtures, &c.
49"When trading here please mention that you
Kidney and Urinary Weak 1'aInful.Uini Tick,
cult. Too Trenuent, Bloody or Milky Urlno:
all functional dKeises of tho Heart, Lungs,
Mtcrnad Stomach, also Catarrh, Kupturo,
IthiMimat -i, TMf ri.'uli and all Blood
and S:m lmta.tiand all Temalo Diseases
treated according to tho latest and best
methods to medical science.
Home Treataenl Z1W
ensoul. Wr)to for f rco hook Jii!t published and
i ptom blank if you cannot call.
J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D.
Dr. Iluthawur & Co.,
n i, .trrli Mrwt, N (MhTlll., TVnii.
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Room io, SmiJlt nulldln? Cor. Third
nil SI Anil hit 5U h Fourth St.
to 12 a.m. Iju to 4p.m.
SHALL YOU REAP."
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