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I J a I TifF IIARTPJRB1 REPIIBLICNJ iEjnoJbWork a Specialty OFFICIAL OR6AVDF IBE PARIMK TIE FfilRIHCONGBESSIOMlBISIBICI Subscription 1 a year VOL XIV IIARTFO1IDKY F1tIDAYJULYH1902 JNo51 JOHN D1ROCK1LLER TeHs Ills SiiKUy School There is rtdthW fn thIs World Cora I a fcfl to Friendship t It t AtefB trassured by a small boy I that heoltld not kick his hat John DJtMkeiefler told hU Sunday School tiiitai toifalng IB the world B MufBttey jwr aaythlag else to compare la ptecloasness with friend hip Xs4l gkttWtte hundreds ol y8Mff Sunday School pwkkh VeW llftanteHdent Lii l gW4Mel ir thc aggravated aMIQtI nMteM tiiIip- perWi4i7eirJ the riche- stat1WeiM6M hi hrers that 1L Lit iteastirwu tot bought r I RelSrsTtast of theeaaaat p T Mr Rockefeller has bettfcperiatendent of the Sunday SesSVJr aay years When Mr i RKkefcHeV riled at the church he r l rleft Mrs Rockefeller who is superb k te4et ol 1i Infant department ol z I tkVaViBday School at their regular 4 pew and hlmsell took a chulr In the pewfi who promised Mr Rockefeller not to kick life bat a1 csatiot tellj u said Mr Rockefeller what great pleasure Jt Rives J ime to see you today I had heard befreVbmlnghere what great prog ress you had made It makes me very happy to see so many young I Christians started on the new lIf In k Ute church that gives us all our rest est happIness What a great pleas goodjfelloV but be Is a good friend of mine B9rl I was looking around for a plsce undetr the pew to lay my bat heflthboiiid Vou can put 1 jjfrrlVUete I woat kick It L How precious a thing the home life ftke church Home aweel Home home sweet How sad it is that the wan lIomeI 1ithAt beautlral eng had no ir and friendless and I have idd t ssysell when I hued tile k J v HIc811 the words what a blessed t tkiig H M tb Have a church home or iF + a Sunday School home- Y The greatest blessing of my life SBgfriends has been to be ac I qMJDted with vo many of you and so M r of tbe members of this church Tatre U nothing ia the world worth having la comparison with his friend ship Mrs Rbckefellew asked me on thewsy down to church this moralng What I was going to1 say to you I t said I dont know She seW tell them tosUyln the church sad I dont know anything better tp ten you l G1syouallT Mr Rockefellers appearance dls 0 credited the published statement of I kiting health Lack bfeyebrows and eyelashes makes his face almost ex- T ressloaless when he talks but hI Tframe seemed firm sad erect and his rvolce as strings ever and his lace II1a4bead had a ruddy glow that betakes health1 t TkeCeiity Paper Iftherea anybody who deserves f pity and commiseration Its the ed veryevl1lshorn lamb on the north side and ev j ery ntaUke nade in the county III r laid af his door The woman TheJuel In the dark wanl favor Ue with duelists Two men were locked in a darkroom and crawled stealthily from corner to corner until some false step made one ot them the for bullet or blade Llf Ia dul in the dark with 1M OM one mistake tp u4 tile Mtack eoine1ht and sudden The sabtk which commonly openi tkd wa fur an attack by disease neglect of lf symptoms ol stomach trouble When sating rollo by undue full aSH belching soUr or bitter risings tc 5lCdlSIS5I uatUcklag the stomach r II1Ie butwsyto frustrate such an at IL I to UM I ri Pierces Golden Med ieal It cureS deaie of the I towaehtatd other organist i digestion tit Dd mu the body Mli kMltii I t crIJ4wJI h4wuJii Wi f- taIM a 1 aua4 z Ie bed w4 MI Ia cas W err UidJl lIt prlfnysirS I be i nUhJx11M sri e84iSmhlNrlt4 I now weI sdV d7I IkI a SW WUItSA- s In Dr ldJItt mdU far It IL ZM4 Ukta BKllctat front phyrid n without any batM I ould IL Dr plercei Common Sense Medical VAdvisor ia seat fret on receipt of stomps to way expense of mailing only atoceCMt stamps forth book the clothbound 3 uflLVrIsrceBnfatONV I U4iLfL15 makes trisltW bylfTkelpt found la his shett and lets them burn while she gossips with a neighbor over the back fence blames him for printing a receipt that Isnt good thetoarfwho tuna for office and pta defeated lays It on the editor because the paper dldnt support him and the wall rho wins Instead of being thank fallbat be got there resents It becsBwhls majority Isnt as large as It might have been hid the editorials been were enthusiastic Tke girl who marries thinks he might compliment her more when1 Uti ttathto hebM exhausted every adjective IrfthVdkf tloasry la bis description of th sup 1a1laul1 all the old fiuldd ItfOTwa getiMib t JtJthe paper evetyttaM have a heaL Isf iacthewfiibt- c1ter bakes and the e Hlea Mc maker to please u welt as alt the bank officials and bleated BeadhoW CCL And there are always plenty of kindhearted people who drop ia to tell him ol mUtakes and bow tfcepa per ought to be run Hes always glad to see these friends for theylie generally two or three years behind with their subscriptions and he caat help having a faint hope every time they come la that they are going to settle up st last And all he gets lOt his cordial welcome is a let of cold xd vice whenhe known the fatally his been living for a week on a mammoth hiet somebody brought to the oce Rambler In Danville Advocate Scmmer complaint is unusually prevalent among children this season A well developed case la1 the writers famly was cured last week by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic and Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedyone- of the beat patent medicines man elactured and which is alwaYI kept on band at the borne oly scribe This Is not Intended ss a free pull lot the company who do not advertise with us but to benefit little sufferers who may not be within esiy reach ol a physician No family should be without a bottle of this medicine lathe house especially la summer time Lansing Iowa Journal For sale by alt drag gists a SOle OM Fight It Is admitted Ikatiihe wem rsM the Tariff Reform Club are sjtfcere but they were eqaallyandi4kbi own opinions la 189397 when every business sad Isboriag man Iff HM Ualted States was being Impbvlrlsh ed by the rale of the Freetradetheer lea urged by the New York Reform Club Notwithstanding that Incon trovertible Met the same theories ire BOW appealing to other people to contribute the lands arpt en able that club to again labor for the Impoverishment of all thepeople of the United States by the same methods that were ntlHted la 189397 When the baslnesa lad laboring ttea lost more than fifteen billions of dollars during the four years of FreeTrade agitation and rule It Is known by all the intelligent people of the United States that they lost at least OBeseveath of heir ai gregate total wealth during those tour years yet the New Vork Tsrif Reform Club is asking the people of the nation to again place themselves la another four years of destruction aad desolation It is the same old fight of the destractioalsta and obstruction bats against the continued general prosperity of the people but itwill fall because the voters of the present generation remember the untqusled hard times from 1893 to 1897 The hard times during those four years and the general prosperity of alt the industrious people of the United States since that time fitly Illustrate the difference between the rule of FreeTrade and the rule of Protection for the laboring and business Interest of the United States Protection PrO- tects labor and business and st the same time enables competition between alt home producers Dea Moines Register S Cuba fa not In danger of starvation Living there is a very simple problem requiring leee effort than ia any part of this country American ad ministration has made so many fin proVemenU that life is now easier han ever before and the sagar plan ten catmarkeMKelrr product here as they bavedbaeiathe put They wiilniake JnsVas muck as they have done la the past They will make just as much as have done In previous years dariagirilch the tariS has been paid Jersy City Journal Iii Favor of Trusts As a matter ot act bo Bswfeure which could pass Congress wotflktbe more directly fa the interest of the 1Iteetlarall1J1tthe nlscraofthe United Stateithan1o remove the duty oa live stock It would give the fleet trust a cheaper source of supply for raw material and thus enable it to beat dowa the price of American live stock for which the trust affords the principal market while it would not operate In the slightest degree to break the monopo C fi 12 JI N r ly which thliSHrast Is alleged to have of the ddressedbeef market The Deato ratJ impl seek to di rect eerY L ilaYoatcry la the chin nel ofafcltUclc dpon the protective UriBVwhhobt the slightest regard to tru b tact or logic The propose- delItitiaUoiikttbe tir1flon live stock outcry against the feeelttnit irone Illdstratloa as the preibit to retfiovt the duty on raw stfgsr In response to the outcry against the Sugar trust was another Both measures II exacted would1 be entirely iniave Ithe trusts Sest tlePottIntellljeneer AmtrlcaB Interests First SeeMieat sfcould haveao place ia eMr tlfifr ioItMi Iokti iieetI88 eaMawata grettnd oemtewl Illel fed that regani f home laterists i should be suoordiaated tq Jrfg rd for Use interests of Cuba But Cabals a foreign country and the tlate brcOn dillon can never be In which snbordi tatioa of any interests within the Ualted States to any foreign Interests will be justifiable or even excusable- It IoblY fslrlto assume that the Senators who are opposed to Tariff reduction for Cubas benefit have taken the stand in which they remain firm because they believe that the proposed concessions cannot be granted without injury to some American Interest This conviction is surely entitled to as much respect as is the belief of those who contend that a 20 per cent reduction would not hurt any branch of American Industry If the advo cates of reciprocity are usable to con vert their opponents to their belief then the latter are only doing that which Is right and proper according th their view ia persisting In their refusal to support the reciprocity bill It is specifically argued by some that the particular Interests that are believed to be specially menaced by the Tariff reduction proposition are not entitled to consideration Such JuapceAUequal consideration at the hands of the national Legislature when i the question arises whether legislation for the benefit of a foreign country is likely to affect them la jurlnualv Al baay Journal m i to gaits a good rep n iiW desire to nat U precJely CblixrtaluCeDrb edition as a cure for coughs dOIda croup and whooplagcougb Every bottle that has ever beea put out by the msaufscturers baa been fully up to the high standard of excellence claimed lesS It People have found that It can always be depended Upon for the releif and cure of these Ill meats and that It II pleasant to take For sale by alt druggists m A FairyTale The Havana correapbadeat who sent out the story that unless this country hurried with a reciprocity fifty ttfiCabrGreal lJiltaia would t kI8rttwiirtti1itd be cM4tte5thfi aCllwly imainatIOaz GreatBritains policy and practice is FreeTrider witH ill the world ana wllafsaek eUtt aaoT practice what particular 1nducem at cold ireat Britain offer to rupture the C baa trade Cuba already has1 as many advantages la the English market as she can hope to have She may make a few concessions In her own Tariff to Great Britain but it will be a freewill offering1 on her part and aot ometbing for which returns may be expected lu the reciprocity line This country need not fear the eRects Rapid CASTOR1ArorlB TH KM YH Hare Always lnfeM Bears the- Signature of It is told as an actual fact that a Boone county man recently bought a horse for eighty cents and afterwards traded the animal for a yearling heifer six shouts four barrels of corn and a gallon and a half ol molasses Hesold tbehelfer the next day for the neat sum of tea dollars He con templates making a good profit on the remaining articles a or The best liniment for strains Mr F H Wells at Deer Park Long Istaad NVI always recommended Chamberlains Fala Bate u the bet liitment for stratus I used it last wiater for a levem- elimeusialu Ute aMeresilUnrom strain sad Wupleas llththqu- lckrellMusd Clare it effieteS For tale byaiIdruggietsS nWI Mr Democrat youaeedat bother yourself aljwnt any breach In the Republican party due to the Cuban reel proctty proposition Youd better be looking after the holes In your own political tub Moravian Falls N C Patriot fT1 iirisW WASTE PAfiEftI BTIT iVrasVtylth m PrUtrA CharaeU tir lTpow It U Sacred You rlll never pnd upon the street or In the rubbish heap a scrap Ofpa- per with Chinese characters written or printed upon It An intelligent Chinaman qUestioned as to the men son explained the matter In this war Mcllcan man never tears up and loWs In stlcet hls BlbU or iirranbook Chinee UUnc alt same to phlnsmsu air Mellcaa mans Bible Then he still furtlwc elucidated JM mystery by leading toa way totba eel tpliedwere bundles of paper and sacks of let tell and newspapers printed laChIi llO lilcrpslypblc interpreted Into plain English thooM Cblaamsas story was that the orica v the wrlttim caarieUrs U oie4wfievwpccUlly tttttsrbe1ng bltas i hf the prIests tar the incineration of all Chinese l ttrs and docnraeBts So sacred ladled was tbs Chinese writing retarded by the oriental that the most compromising letters of the highbinders and the private corre spondenc of families were left with confidence In tbe care of the furnace attendant It being perfectly well known that be would not risk his Im mortal soul by committing the deadly sin of prying into correspondence com witted to his cars to be given to the flamesNor does the oriental regard the Chi nese writing as safe from the hands of the mOdel even when every scrap of It has been reduced to ashes After tbe areIa are shipped on board a boat belonging companybymanaged and taken to sea where they are scattered over the surface of tbo oceanTo Chinaman It Is horrifying to see the white mans newspapers used for wrapping purposes his letters scattered around the streets to bo walked on and his old books flung around when rend as though of ao moro sacredness than old boots A letter an envelope the printed slips extolling the virtues of preserved gin ger or tbe characters that advertise a laundry for sale become after their usefulness has passed as sacred as the glided ornaments that add to tbe glory of tho jose One mania employed in Chinatown to collect the wastepaper Ue calls at gathersIthallacapeWithfurnace room aad hands the sacks to the Important personage in charge tljere who stowa it away ready forth weektWtaRQeJaJldlper s Umrtr committed to IWith raaay laeantaUoB PhItaaelphto Record Bw B FiropoicA- no wished to propose to tho girl this choice but he was nervous First he thought of tbe old romantic style By my balldom fair one I would fain take theo for my bride Say tbou wilt be mine and ere tbo suit gilds tbe turrets of yonder castle the friar shall unite us In holy bonds In tbe face of the prevalent rage for dramas of the olden style this form seemed satisfactory Being an eminent ly modern young man however he thought again and determined to teat the theatrical mode But Just at that moment tbo fste Mary tripped Into tbe room and be blurted ou- tErYal14rwlll you r wln Aut Mary was far from being COB trary Oil thats all right George said sheMI know what you mean Why of course I wilt Papa wljl fy ddlgbtedN Tork Herald i fi S oklnc VolMumtu Wounds Among all people the soaking of tbo wound has eve been considered the snout effective remedy of Immediate apo plication for soak bites In Africa a cupping Instrument Is employed la emergencies of the kind to draw out tbo poisoned blood The ancients tel lowed the same methods and wbea Ca to made his famous expedition through the serpent Infested African deserts he employed many savage snake charm ers called pajlll to follow the army Tbey performed many mysterious rites over men who were bitten hut the effi cacy of their treatment appears to have consisted la sucking the wounds KlMtrl CcntlptOa Least attractive amour tho teeecta which give light are the so called elec 111manyserpents Skeletons la miniature They move la a seakslfke fashion forward or backward leaving behind them a bright track of phosphoric light now over they are most accustomed to ap pear la the daytime when the Illumi nation they afford Is nor visible Loo dOll Times Not R4cA f That Gottlieb Schneider I hear you list a new bicycle got Do you gctmucb on ItJ LoWe PllUhelmer hat never bad It to a pawnshop alreatty Columbus 0 State Journal Tli Parrot SheIsnt that a beantlfat parrot He Well I like the cage better then I do the parrot Tshawl The cage eaat talk Thata the reason I Uu itonk-ern Statesman Jw Bo Tone u one IOTM one JCarelve La Bocavfooeavld sutt Fisk Aa Eagllikawa walklag through a certain part sf Scotland with tbd and reel came upba a tiay loch wfiich be thought beld out promise of good sport FatlenUy be fished for three hours moving steadily from spot to spot along the borders of the little pond but ao success came to him At last he accosted a boy who had Y oifuSi J Mlrr IIi atesaterten minutes wat hug hint with Singled surprise and curiosity on hl eUMyllUielad said the EngjUraan cany6u tell me wheth er there are any fish in this pond If there be any they must be vera wee aes sir returned the boy 1for tttere was nae water here until It rainc4 yesterday 0 1 7 STicK TO ONE THING i if a Who Wihc U 314 Lh4 Vp to Tat Hnli- Tbe only way for a man on a salary to mat a success of life financially and otberwUo is to stick ttf one thing said n government employee to n re iortcrijTwcnty years ago I bad plenty ofeictgy a little money nud a huge stsifcot JL ctenajned jd become I Vpowef Jntfie money arttaad alPiC fstarteedaMile Lfer six months or morn ia stoefa Outt experience cost mHr000 I soot became convinced that I was cut out torn druggist and straight way Invested 2000 In a pharmacy Cut rates were unknown In tlioto days DUll In a short tlniu I was doing well but one day I read of a prouilucut law yet receiving f23000 as a fee for some case and Instantly became Imbued with the Idea that I would make a great lawyer I neglected niy drug business to such an extent that In two scars I was 500 to the butt In the meantime I rend law diligently After a time I graduated as a full fledged dU clplo of niackstonc and bung out my shingle Business not comIng my way as fast as I thought It should I opened a small hotel result 1800 In the hole Then I tried my band at real estate my legal training helping me greatly but tbo same old story will have to be recorded here failure By this time my money was nearly all gone What lirdo next was the all absorbing question One day a friend convinced me that big money could be made out of chIck- enS I Invested every cent I had left 1200 In hens At the end of six months I sold out my hennery for 300 Then I got a government job and hero Ive been ever since Shortly after my arrival In this town I purchased a lit tie land In the northwest section That Investment has yielded mo a very handsome return and I am now thoroughly satisfied that the only thing for a man on a salary to do Is to either put u little each month In somo good say toga bank or Invest his surplus In land or bricks and mortar Remember one thing this is an age of peclatllts- Btl kto one thing make a success of It and maybe one of these days some big company will otter you a princely salary for your knowledge A rolling stone gathers no moss or money aa11ton star o1 OfiCA1 b G TIle average life of raspberry puttions is about six years With grapes the rule lbouJdbeto dig deep and plant shallow For rooting the best cutting ota plant Is a shoot of new growth Just boo tore It grows woody or at nil fibrous Trees about tbo house make It more attractive and homelike besides shield ing It from the cold winds of winter and the hot suns of summer Cut the young trees back when plac tag them In the ground and also trm off some of the root especially those that aro bruised or broken In any way Fruit trees cannot thrive on all kinds of exhausted soil Tho trees will make a growth ot leaves and wood on poor requlromlDeralmaauretQperfect In mot cases when planting shade trees the hardiness of the trees should be given preference over rapid growth It is of BO advantage to secure a shad tree early only to have it die whea aostusefuU CugLft Text 1Dr Do Witt Xalmago during bis Vfelt to England la 1870 says the Lou den Chronicle had beea engaged to preach in a church in one of the large towns of England On arriving at the building ho found It besieged by a throng of from 15000 to 20000 people Naturally he expected the place would be crowded Inside Instead of this he was surprised to find it only moderate ly full l Why be demanded of the pastor dont you lot this crowd of people come ter4 Oh said he each person inside has paid 4 shillings to get In Dr Talmage bad intended to preach from the text Without money and without price no changed his sub iectjOPSqoo 4 Sf The Anther at Horn i INDo said the authors wife Its hard to understand these men ot gen ius There my husband for Instance Why anything wrong with him this morning I should say sol Do you know I merely asked him to take down tho stovepipe and take up the parlor carpet and hang the now curtains on tbe bay window and stain the dining room floor and move the piano to the east corner and he flew Into a rage and acted as It he had lost nil tbe mind bo thinks bos got Atlanta ConstltuUon Rll f John said the man who was domi nated by his motherinlaw do you believe there Is any sense In a man raarrylng a whole family I do said John I believe a man with seven charming daughters would be a tool If be didnt seize the first opportunity to do it WhIch goes to show that we are Ilmisunderstood when we least expect itBaltimore News S Thi Dhlerne Cetalat out of a woman dub The dxneo hitweenmy husbands club andmlneaaldthe pretty woman in the turquoise colored toque looking at her watch Is that mine lasts from 2 until 0 and his lasts from 0 nn til2 S1Imuloa ArobatleeoA flaandal crash and poor fellow he went under r5And 1 then she threw him over I r P PraI d 5S IN GOOD SHAPE Revefl eIsspeclorFids Colftttor Fraaks Office all Right Collector Franks would be vain If It hadnt happened before AFentGeorgeand gave the office a thorough overhauling from one end to the oilier When he finished be walked out with out saying a word and Saturda bls report was heard from The Com missioner ol Internal Revenue wrote1 to Collecfor Peaks Buying Your lists cash and ltapJ6t aced the recorda la year ec1are hestly sad accurately kept yoniini pleyea competent zedMotIjretq- duty Your esSceHiia th tloa and- ihatIttakes fata glad1 its Infera yea ranlaasAZ4rrh Mr Franks office his held this rank ever since be has been in it but the accompanying commendation Has probably never been so strong before Inquirer Poetic Justice for Jones The amusing epistle to the Presi dent in which Jeff Davis Governor of Arkansas reads Senator Jonea out of the Democratic patty has iti ser lollS not to say pathetic side It Is true that Jones has been repn listed by the glorious and unteirlGed De- mocrAcy of Arkansas though the rest of the world does not know wherein be has oflended and incurred this not unusual but cruel punishment Gov ernor ltd throws no light on the political mystery lIe tells tf1 Roosevelt that Arkau ass has no objection to any honor or job which may come to onesasa Republican pure and simple but that It does protest the recognition ofJones as a Democrat What ta the regular Arkansas test of Dmoc racy Was not Jones a loyal champ ion of the heaven ordained ratio Has he not bravely counted out tens of thousands ol Democrats for declia ing to see In what is called Brysnlsm the law and the prophets Senator Jones was nota brilliant success as managed of then4ioual campaigns but that was his7 Wlsior tune not his fault He yleldedlta no I one ia optimism sad lheartof1aim- lug 1 things He probably MAl be ilevea that fcyam wc1alj ited in- Ts6 JIf aItigarhini pliant reelection ia l9oortWh more can be expected bf any r an M as JJosesbale trust of combination as lie InI liSts oa describing the coccern Probably he has accepted dlviheads la the cola of the all Which happens I to be gold money at pAr with gold This too Is his takfoHoVe not his fault lIe did lila utnfbato prevent the calamity had leiender gold payments Impossible x lietire only Democrat to own shiarI4fn A prosperous combination Wch6pe not His fate Is a meiscbe Instance of poetic justice He radical for th6 East of middle ett1 but ia Arkansas he Is a MaVboit rose 1I fIYetpassing of JOBM I1a sign ol fttmo f cratlc rehauUiUtl6nlChJcBg6 OJ Lyons Lxidw Mp prepaitIub4Irtejharmless the kidneys liver sad bowel cuiscat stipation Iliotisneas sick Ite sakc clears the compleiloa and mawea IM blood pure An remedy for child rea as as adults For sale by T Thos Allen RoaineKy A SplendlJ Effort The following well written compo sition lathe work of bliss Vitala Johnson a colored lady teacher of Morgantown in the colored leachers examination held here Frfdsy and Saturday oua COUNTRY We cannot honor our coanti tiftI too deep a reverence we cannot tove her with an affection too pure lid fer vent we cannot serve her with lau euI ergy of purpose or fattbfnlness of atItoo steadfast and ardent And what is our Country It is not the foist with her hills and her valleys with her countless sails and the rocky ramparts of her shores It is dot the North with her thousand vlltagesaad her harvest home with her Irdatlers of the lake and the ocean Itis not the West with her forest sea and her inland isles with her luxnrious ex pauses clothed in the verdant corn with her beautiful Ohio and her majestic Missouri Nor Is It yet the South opulent In the mimic tow ol her cotton la the rich plantation of the rustling cane sad in the oldeB bosom ol the rice field Whit are these but the Istef family rof one great better holler family They are letter off Though the purchasing poUer vof the masses mlght oa the lace seem inadequate to meet any material ad vance in the price of clothes that con elusion does not inevitably follow The masses are better paid than use al they have less old scores to pay oO they probably reckon oa uofbe IUIti i I i ti FOR SYSTEMIC i CATARRH Peculiar to Summer Pepuna Gives iiProiiipt and PermanentRelief 1I writeathPerunaatatl4mm tttr tear yemn of Intense tottering caused by tyHernia bayshecahrutIyIkyed pl8IuntnthiledIlbUJOMnnWuhiltgtonDWashingtonDCiI ia saying tha lessefiMrfQlIyreeoramand theof Pornaa as allmedy for eatanhal trouble lad a- niols excellent tonio for general cor- ntkasWm T Zenor tWul have Lien sick over two year1 with nervous prostration and general debility doclllgow IhtdoI walked step in AlaS efotlai- suffiring with pArtiaL pAraljeisn ffUaOoa ot thq hurt evz tiHday and had bsei so Is Stall af to be a meretkeietoa hh IDIrUp OI Jt4J9Usekese conditions they are h4te- r4Zar 13sv- hkh tl 1 aeldonpouuses themMy a1fthereforeCOllclade thatthIs is- S the time to ii tleiltCt df 1tar1i Cot on Reported KirIt aayptmocratifesFhatt- heir next national conveotlou will also be a blunJerfest Clevelaad Leader 4 A zoib2LX j 0u 11IIt I Henry Watt tleallcHt1 eve I sVd4 pieseaee aitJbe ldc club Aiqktt AtttNHfatf Keaa jf the heatnI iCAMlMf We Jfifter Hlak Uh3 paftyVwlH Are VttVoit muck dlvTsloipt ste IJItlillr- 1jf I lee14iiV- allyia VrbleVrfBwaa ciy tMkvite1kt t so4tklrgbekldei I Nasal CATARRHa ikoiM fc ilwaKMM Hjs Cmst Bate soo4sia4ski- to ue4 i5l ltcotescttTaadddiMawy ceck7tCramBaXm 11 seed late mesumj prss4a- svw the tmnu aid Iabobs 541ditto tfA a pm tcXov t It JOSOt drjta4ot SSDC luCt WM rt twtMt Dr Er UorbrttU Trbl llittltaIaa- L1C TflfL IIintt1ER2 ISWma oltror The cofcimerclar supremacy leJBltedBUfeii corfUhttes AV iJen f thexcdor our txpbrtnho i over lur Imports i1ovehu mttlk dot ars kdsy1 Mid this la spRui pTthe fact that the i aJlr I fL ateifh de- aarid la the hOi trade Has nit billy isrAviitd exports tO I mat t tcut as I can safely testify I have not Mt to well In tlve years having walked over one mile without 111 retail and hive attb gained thirty pounds since commencing to take Peruna In fact hlghlyMnAmada Pornna never falls to prevent ayatomia catarrh or nervous prostration It taken In time Pcrnna la the most proapt and permanent cure for all cue of nervous prostration caused byte lo catarrh professionIf d satis PnulaIrieaoafull itatemtnt of your case and he will adTieAddrMprjlnartmaa President ol nt nartmaa Sanitailma ColumbusIOhio buf has actually necessitated gigantic lmlortsTarrejlaute Tilbupe 1 6 It la BO deuht a seuree raertlfica ttea titUte Democratic editors that they caat attribute these volcanic cryptloB to the Dtngley Tariff or to Mtrk Hanaa Moravian Falls NC Yellow Jacket 1 kh1SsJIM US vIceJrequires physical abltyo a high 1 wfthstand its hard IaborsTbe high tension to which the nervoui system ti cerwtkntltr r lubjccteJ has a depressing ef fect and soon headache pack I ache neuralgia rheumatism rsciatica etc develop In severe form Such was the cIo of Man Carrier S F Swetahart of Huntsville Ala bs laysi lIIelthsndpiasthatsctmcdtobealloywmc about a month when Iddfld t give r MPain Pit S tieredyaM4raJalqlaSeLl kjr all Dru lrte Or MH4 a Moarc 414 rsLiuhMtvssIha Ii fM- LSOISI NMIII5 oIh te lb ri- gti1Airs isla- Ilest M i peiM tool ma F rsalobyJ H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky U Hartford Ropubllcan Find Frllayr ey f+ Nartfordpr COINpoIItI itetUitHiiUirdpistilficiisstcendclissmiiliiittirl rExE1aO TZD c1n dancS3SaouC2arsvwrr 4IzJoaN 1IKMKY TIIORAREdltpr- PRIDAYJULY u ANNOUNVEHENTN fprCIrrnltJadice- Ve are nuthorhfUlu mooDc W TOWE of ItaTkM cooatj u a ctiJIJ t for Clriult Judge la U Blitk Judicial DttrldllIlIJ totU action ot tb Detnocratkpart 4 WHEN the great Southern States men are catalogued Bailey Tiflman and Wheeler should head the list COL W 0 P BRECKINKIDOE will deliver an nddreta during the Ken meetingOwensboro We are only a few dollars short of the amount of money necessary for our trip North Thotime is up Jul 20 Our trip depends upon the pa ingup of a few more delinquente 4 Let ur hear from you at once J DEMOCRATIC candidates for stat 9 offices are coming out like warming in spring time It loo like every Democratjn Kentucky who has ever been honored by an election to an office as high u constable U tlutfor a State jobhWE are opposed to cyclones Next to a Democratic administration they are the most appalling and destrucl ive calamities that can befall a cou try but we should welcome a little blow juit strong enough to aw those filthy and unsightly outbuildings from the court house yard A St Paul dispatch says Charles J McCormick and wife were found dead in a bath tub at their home yes terday No explanation is given the tragedy We are not familk with the density of StPaul waterb had the tragedy occurred in Greensbo ro we should have called it a plain case of too much mud IN the Circut Court at Owensboro Tuesday Judge Owen rendered an opinion holding that taxpayers living in incorporated towns of the class are not required to pay a tax The case was appealed from the County Court where the taxpay ers of the town of Whiteavillo had protested the payment ota poll tax A high duty for Kentucky Democrat tblo yrar IP to take the Court of Appeal out ot politic Owtnnboro MnwDgtr Here ie an illustration of the very wrongest of the wrong being right sometimes It ia to be devoutly hoped that Kentucky Democrats follow the Messengers advice in t matter Certain decisions of the late Kentucky Democratic Court of Appeals make it apparent that the on way for Kentucky Democrats to to that high tribunal out of politics is to elect a Republican court WILE on a visit to Leitchfield sometime agoa friend drove us over all the streets of the town and found everyone of them laid do with broken limestone Why n Hartford do aa well The condition of Hartfords streets during the rainy season ia little ehort of disgrace ful to those charged with the care of the streets Ourbusinest men should insist upon the correction of this evil from selfish if not from better mo tives ToE Owensboro Messenger says that upon the death of Ambrose Quarks County Assessor of Franklin county last week the people became so clamorous to know who his successor would be that the County Judge had to issue a proclamatf- before n the funeral was held nays whom be would appoint With the State house filled with office thieves it is little wonder that Franklin county Democratavulturelikehovera- bout a dying official ready to swoop down on his job before his funeral is overGov rJEFF DAVIS of Arkansast objects to the appointment of Senator Jones of that State as a member ofI the Canal Commission Senator Jones was Chairman of the Demo cratio National Committee through the Bryant days of Bryaniam aril when President Roosevelt decided to appoint a Democrat on the CanalI Commission he thought that Senator Jones was certainly a representative Democrat and that his appointment would be satisfactory to the Demo crate but Gov Jeff objects and claims that Jones ia not a Democrat L Jones has been known as a rabid six teentooneorbustChicago platform Democrat Of course there are nqf merouB other brands of Democrats but Gov Jeffdoes not indicate what 3 particular brand is the standard one President Rooeevelt will have d gaunt occasion to appoint Democrat on commissions and would like to ap point genuine Democrat If lhlparty would only indicate the m approved brand In order to relle the President of further embarrass a meat to these matters we augg that the Democrats agree on a test case take it through nil the courts 4 and finally let the Supreme Court of tho United States declare what theiia factor in these trials OUR LOVED ONES Our dearly beloved and much re membered delinquent subscribers these efluiious are lovingly addressed to you We of course love you o 1 we should not have sent you TUB RE PUBLICAN all these ean when no eightvdid this altogether for love Of course loyewas our chief jnotive but we kept hoping that by and by you would love u eorotloat a little you know about a dollars worth a year Ahl had we known you were so hard hearted we should not have allowed ourself to love TOU so much someamore you Us a nosegay onooa year wltba nice green dollarbillwIth it to keep w from wiling it with our hands We hope you will respond to Your effusions of love before our heart groWl cold and pitiless and we pass you unnoticed Plesserutb tom r leelalreaJt the chill frost bleats about the citidel of our heart- S leeWhtttrt lie Issues The political Issues between the Republicans and Democrats are not very cltarly defined Bryan Is opposed to ullon but he la notupported by is party and In Kentucky the Dem ocrats are practically committed to the support of President McKlnlyes for alga policy only raising a Wheelerlan addna while because President Roosevelt has goerapspike The currency question Is atll discussed by Bryan but his free sliver vagaries are repudiated by moire the Democratic leaders arid Ignored by the Clevei thercrilerloatn orate tlons they would go as far as the Re publican President for the gold stand ard and for expansion The only dlf ference between the Cleveland Democrats and the Republicans on the for alga policy of the Government is lbl The Democrats are opposed to govern Repablpi sent governed they cordially agree that these new possessions should be governed by Democratic commission ers without thp consent of the governed And that IaU the Issue there ia as to the foreign policy Commer cial FLIGHT ARRESTED Cownhieport Ind with the DesignreRethelDnke 1801 Hartford and Mary Davis 16 of Beaver Dam had decided that they has seen enough of single blessedness but the parent notIage ex bellevlnofparticular matter concluded to eppe the matter to a justice ot the State C Indiana sad accordingly left Beev Dam at 10 p m Thursday of last vvaktorRockport Indiana However their departure was soon dls eputlSherllIthem about two ious later and the pursuer and pursurd hid a nightlong race SdmeaheROntberoxlponttgDake B Burrey broke down which delayed the party forsometlmebnt the surrey Will hurriedly patched up end they again went flying ahead of their pursuer Oweaaborrag n driven with the speed of the wind gave out and he had to stop on the way to get a fresh horse which lucl dent gave Duke and Ills sweetheart time to get Into Owensboro ahead of the Sheriff But whea the youth ful couple struck Owensboro a little after sunrise they struck also a snag and one they bad not fignrd on Sheriff Stevna had telephoned the Chief of Police of that city to be on the lookout for a youthful couple who were herded U that direction The young people were very much sur priseij at this unexpected turn of affairs but submitted as gracefully as they could under the circumstances Mr Stevens left with the girl on the 8351 C train fpr Beaver Dam Duke returned home the day follow log a very much disappointed boy a Texas Biggest Farm Washington Jutj7In the cen sue year of 1500 according to bulletin isued today by the Census Bureau value o farm lands and farm prop arty in Texas amounted to 962436 13There were 342190 lama in the State covering an srea of125807 tbne total area of the State The bulletin further shows the avenge size of Tex fume to be 357 acres but only a ittle more than 15 per cent of the lergesvt e farm embraces 450000 acres The ataverage size of the live stock farm is 2115 acres and of the cotton farm 98 acres J MIDNIGHT MISCREANTS DepredationseUpon Valuable Property at Rockport One night last week rowe cowardly miscreants whose purposes are no Rockportrpaper whlctfwba ready for the prell and to Mix the and elotherwisedepartment of the office The day tallowing the mechanical force of the News office Rwentcd over the dlDIcuU task of straightening IUInFs up and by night had the form randy tar the press nfjnln Ilnwever the cvllilotrs of the night extort evidently observe ed the progress nl the printers during the day and at night again broke Into t exheed notice for the publishers not to t tempt to publish tlieNcws any longer as dire rcsultJ would hollow an at tempt to ttf so nut the News fqrce went to work again sad that bright little sheet finally west to press E qnre D J Wilcox had hteoffice in the NOw building and the honie breaking type smashers tore his slat rater into shreds N hOle CAn he assigned of this silly criminal dottnctlon ot property The News Is n very clean piper pursuing the ordinary business for which a newspaper is established and has not violently antagonized any es petal business interests faction o party Outrages like this undermine tbeI yelp foundations of nod the sugoodwrought up over the matter Well planned efforts are on foofto uncover the criminals who can expect Ilttl hoardItrouble occurs again BEAVER DAM A large crowd of our people attend ed the reunion at Rockport the Fourth The Epworth League had a pleas ant outing at Ross Ripple last Fri day Messrs John Waddle Zeke Taylor Owen Hocker Will Barnes Sam Tay tor Harvey Hockey Will Chick Herbet Rummage Will Fry and siaGreen last week Mr Harry Waddle Rockport was in town Sunday Miss Blanche VanMeter returned Monday from a visit to Oaton Miss Mcrric King visited friends In Hartford Monday and tale Tuesday for her home in Henderson Miss Viola Pirtle Is visiting her parents near Hartford Miss Mary Basset Dent of Ltltch field who has been the guest of friends returned home Thursday Mrs Mary T Martin left Wedn day for an extended visit to her brother at Auburn Misses Bessie Morgan and Ethel Jarvis are the guests of Miss Sade AustinMrs J P McKenney Is spending the week In Rochester Miss Pearl Pate who has been vis Icing her brother at Lewlsport reo turned hove Wednesday Mrs D J Colman and children are visiting relatives at Rockport bomlBe I MIf88 jr town Thursday SMALLHOUSE A large crowd of our young people attended the reunion at Rockport July the 4th Rev Tosh Miller preached at Equal- Ity church last Sunday Mr Llndsey Bennett and grand daughter Miss Leona Hudson Beda visited relatives here last week and went to Rockport the 4th Mrs H D Hunt and daughter id Its Sunday for Rochester to visit bir Hunts mother Misses Alice Fulkerson Gracie Reid and Oma Maddox were the guests ot relatives at Rockport last week Mr Robert Hunter is the guest of this daughter Mrs Jas S Trunell Utica Ky this week Mr and Mra Ed Ball left Saturday- for Rockport KV to make their In ture home Mr Thomas Bishop nnd family Matanzis were the guests of Mr R H Everly andfamily and his dangh ter Mrs Joe Bullock list week Miss Nina Bullock has returned from a visit to relatives at Central City QThe friends of Mrs Theodore Iio w ell gave a surprise birthday dinner in her honor last Saturday which was highly enjoyed by alt present and at It night the young folks were given an IiMissaunt Mrs Alva Galloway and other ot relatives hero Corn crops are looking nicely on account of the recent raluly aGatesChicago July 7The grip of the Gates crowd on the local supply of contract corn was again wade evident today when fuly corn broke the rec ord of recent years by going to 85jfG The next sale was 8330 The mark et opened with corn for this mouths of delivery wanted all the way from 750 to 79c All the forenoon bids hes for Itdted below 8oc Later reports ot further precipitation in the West u = RheumaNsThe The liniment bottle and flannel strip ate tlottscholctTheygenerations to fight old Rheumatism and are about as effective In the with this giant disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers rwould be in modern warfare t Rheumatism la canned by IIn acid SOUI condition of the blood Iris filled with acrid irvitatinr matter that settles nothingseLloodRubblnapains but these are only symptoms which are liable to return with every srlitemarethoroughlyendr xvhlchdissolvesV painsSmosthilaratingwrltcabout their case andwc will scndfrec our special book on Rheumatism and its treatment THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ba lilnht ned shorts and the price up by leAps and bounds jUttle abotI cone cold however even at Ull v+ rce The close was 84C eev nts higher than the previods close DELIBERATE 1 Suicide of two Cousins in West Vinginia ErA + ban and Charles H Shaker of Sacet I Springs Monrte county committed icide at an early hour Saturday by shooting Both It is said had previously threatened to take their lives but tblr fatUities itswentrto Iouie got gun J ir families xpcnt a restless night and 4 oclock they beard the report of the guns Then a search was instituted and both men were fuund nnder an apple tree M ihan was dead with a large portion of his head torn away by his rise which he had placed in his month Blaker was found by his sloe alive but unconscious He died a short time afterward They were cousins and were both forty two years of age No canse can be as gned for their act State asLucasFrank J Cheney makes oath tin he Is senior partner ol the film of FJ Cheney Co doing business In the Stateialorenld each and every case of Catarth forI cannot be cured by the UK bi Catarrh Cure Frank J dhettey A Sworn to before me and subscribed j dayolaDC ember A D 1886 j A WGleasod SRAL rNotary Public halts Ctirrh Cure is taken Inter tally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 750 Halls Family Pills areikijbest ANGEL UNAWARES Henderson Womans Kindness Rewarded by a orfuhe Henderson Ky July 9Mrs Aar air Maude McCawley wife ol the sU tlon agent at this place entertained an angel unawares end will receiveI for her kindness a fortune that Is es Urnted at fioobjo J The DlcCnwleye lived at Qaann where the husband was station agent MrR H White n Urge mine Owner an old man and a bachelor was Dawson for his health lie was III and a stranger and blot MctSawley Invited him to her home Uder her IIhethe service rendered him but the8 lady would accept co pay She badI idea that he was wealthy and w content to know that she bad done a kindness to a sick stranger Last week Mr White lied t nwfson The McCawleys had ovedI here but the dead mesa left word thatI they had been kind to him once end that he wanted Mr McCawley to come for his body and to bury it at i I Henderson Mr Mcdiwley could not understand the n quest but complied y with it money having been h to pay all of the expenses In a ban some way A few days after the funeral a wlll was produced by the partly to whom had been entrusted It was very short and left all ot the decedents of whatever kind to Mrs eorgia McCawley in consideration the kindness shown ahi ch was recounted Mr White was nearly seventy old He came froni England has no relatives in this country I Still Wants to Run Hon David H Kincheloe county attorney of McLean couatycegie iiq er from Calboun yesterday alttrnootf Mr Klncheloe left for the lower end the county to consult some of the Democrats regarding his candidacy Commonwealth Attorney a men ton of which was made In the la the goiter severe 1 dayango Inquirer COOLLY SHOT illS WIFE Andersonenat Owensboro Owrensilfiru Jnly gj hn Atder son b1iotHiid killed Inca wile last Bgl t about n oVo kon the lClirtney farm ihne iniiti rim lown on tic Uintiirson riid Thin ihotnwec firedone taking ttUcl behinU the 1 bL ear one In the hua t and one in tne left atom Tine cause of the kill Ing was that she would nut live with h um Anucrsou CRitiC to the house just al ttr the lniily hud itiltnl IcLed lu thecNo eutrred the house and de minded tll See his wile TUeic were slxptrions In the house at the tlmeall of whom fld nape tine girls moth er Min buvtnii auo lint III u clo at t Juit how the Lliliiy oocuired uuoJ except the mud ltr blmrelf knows rile wow n whu was kUttilng stairs carne down ai l went ut I thejnrJ where tier hnbtnd was He must have bhul hrr Imiiioidiately ter she color down as tar mother not have time to 1t1 the house bt fore the t + Is tour God After shooting hr the mat cart lur lulu tine hu1 aul placid lar on the bra Fptaitlrg tq her as tie did si and telling her that he was going to kill himself lie then left the house Anderson arrived In the city a 12 oclock accombanled by his at stllthera man named Murphy He at once gave himself up telling frankly and fully what he had done Officer May accompanied him to the jail where be was lacked up by Jailer Jno Ashby A reporter arrivedat the Jill l after Jailer Ashby had locked door The jailer again open tine door and called to Anderson who gone to the rear of the corridor where the other prisoners were lie at once came forward He la a tall dipcomplected smoothfaced man ap pearently about twentyeight years of a ge taU and stronglooking In response to questions of the reporter and Jailer Ashby he told his story followsyes I shot her She was daughter of Charles Stevens and- y wee m wife I married then two years ago She had a child one year then We separated several Itlmes and always because of her people In terfering with us She wrote to me always to come and get her That Is I why I went today Anderson waved examining trial fore County Judge Haalclns and eept to Jilt without ball He shirtless and sockless In court big crowd ass present There Is dangefof vollence Insaplty will bis plea The Coroners Irqacst lit that the deed ages committed in cold blood A Sustaining Dlot atThese are the enervating dB when as somebody has said men d by the sunstroke as If the Day ol Fire had dawned They are fraught with danger to people whose systems are j poorly sustained apd this leads us a7 l a the Interest ot the less robust afoot readers that the lull iffect of aneer metzIcluefierand tonlc say a sustaining diet makes It much ender to bear the t assures refreshing sleep and will Without any doubt avert much sickness at this time of year For Constipation I likeUI our drutt4t x111 resod tb money Prtcoll6o r n MoneyIJ W Fasstttr a prominent farmer nnd shorthorn breeder alteinud filicide this tnntningand Is nut r cp5 Cled to live lie Go three grains ol moreI phiiiF and procuring it dirk and IIage hamver went trr nq orchard on hlato place and placing the knife against his breast drove It into hU holy WIth the hammertWhet Itt cons found he gape s r a reaton fur his attu prey f suicide thatthat he wa+ glowing gldaqd baa ctilldi needed his money sn be thuughlhe- to ptiul himself out uf the way oaeTOxsDort tEaill KOII NeR deep t- aSpIu 1I el The very threat ol Tariff reform hUIIIa Deniocalc standpoint Is enough to give American industries crrroji coliC M illiti Idaho Minor 0 ei MAKIITG IT PLAIN 1 A wise man or woman is always Hooking for the store where he gets real value for what he spends He looks at the quality first quantity second He knows that the spurious use all their powers in imitating the good Ho comes where he knows he canget real value for what ho spendswhere 1 they sell at a narrow margin and do a lame volume of business pair Invitation to be with the season como to our store Our of Skirt and Goods will you Wo can you in price Our Para sols Vests Fans Etc are all built to your and we have them lots of odds and ends at a big re in price for to 4 P J3r o I3eaver I Second Annual Old Folks Reunion I Julyat19 1902 lid93oMuslc 1000 Devotional Exercises Con ducted by J D Harned Indto3oRoll Call and Enrollment 1045 Address By lion n1ft D Gulfy 1130 Dinner lice ton over story old jP145 Old Fiddlers Contest Con testants to be over sixty years old 215Sack Race for twelve to fourteen years old 230 Presenting a Beautiful Watch L1dyheFree for all Mans RaceFor all weighing over 225 pounds For each of the contests a suitable resent will be given the winner w I am using a box of Stomach Liver Tablets and fiodI them the beat thing for my Etheof the stomach but regulate the liver and bowels They are can- old to take and pleaunt in effect Frl 25 per bozoFor sale by all drnggletacoatan teatat iJel YN NiRttssp eM 8IpIhn er ayefi11Onolittle If n Williboon tho in Au partlculara 8 on or n ress or A D White Ky tf to be turned Into a ring theSouth can send much giblet GUc than eith Alleo di read this exI preis ton ot iroin MrrLute Brady ofUree NCI am void ofworda to adequately express my Ramons LiverCI Pills and Tonic Pellets I was a grtatcJ sn fie ter when I began the use of this Treatment They have my life from one of enffedn to healthful enjoyment m Thought He Fell out of Ills Chair Plnevllle Ky July a farmer about fifty years of living on Brownies creek went u sleep sitting In a chatr at his home afternoon Ari hour or so later begot up climbed an le and alter fllhinghia pcketsh with apples climbed so JghB R limb with him letting for enMcollarbone noel his ihoulder Wade aadA cutting and bruising his body I a vaw done place When he became const BCoua a couple of hours later andVas ppletfrom the char as he had gone to sleep sitting there and did notre member hiving gotten up Dr Ramsey t him up nod has hopes of his recovery SuraanerCoxnfort 0 Consists in a large part in light weiflt well made Buy one of our nice Serge Coats and Vests a lightweight Pants a nice up todate Straw Hata of uptodateminute Shoes lightweight fancy Underwear the new Tan Madras Overshirts the comfortable Collar and one of our elegant An Everybody wishing dressed in accord should stocks airly comfortable Waist Dress certainly surprise please quality and Slippers Hosiery liking stockreducing prices on Broken goods duction If You Have Good Corn Sale Come See us- E BARNES Iaam PROGRAMME Rev Settle trope Ledo0Fat Chamberlains orders cent OAMTOXtX comparatively first Monday committee Hartford 0Tprize representatives Letonttadyirle appreciation appreclltlonof complete- changed 7Abrahali- racle yesterday green broke having Clothing elegant new Summer Neckties JARNAGIN WILLIAMS seaver DaxnI3YAre still at their Big Building on Main Street saving tb peo pie money on their celebrated line of Canton Farm Imple ments and the Milburo Wagon strougnt and Beef maAcP 0 Buggies fully guaranteed Richmond Wheat Ds llathe only Drill with a detiched fertiior and seed hopper We are county agents for the J C Case Engines andTbrtab en including Pea Huller We are agents for McCbrmick Harvesting Machinery such u Binders Mower Corn Harvert en and Shredders Your patronage is solicited Price the lowest and quality guaranteed Yours Repy 1aYour TongueI If its coated your stomach- sJ bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dys pepsia your liver right easy to take easy to operate 2Se AU dnerbUor Waal U r m Ucb a pNanrJ brovBoriichtlackT Tlifnm- BUCKINGHAMS DYE t6ekss aroaxK ar bMSecured Scheduling of Coronation AugustaLondon July 8The news that the ronation of King Edward was to beheld before the middle of August was published In America before It was known here But the London Times and other papers this morning rna rma the Associated PRY announce meat Fom the tame excellent source the Associated Piessjearns toI pressing forward of the- Otlcotoaatlon was tlne to the personal Insistence of the KlugIHis doctors to such an early date but the KlagI declined to agree to any other and the doctors finally realizing that more danger was likely to arise in polarerwas tight and that It will be far bet ter for him to get through the tur posslblethanrim for months King Edward has determined not to break up the court at Buckingham alace until alter the coronation lie ay go on board his yacht for a few days cruise but he Is more likely to 3 remain in London till time affair is 3 and then take a prolonged heel ay It Is sold at Buckingham Palace to 1ybofwMIXTVItBth Dd from birth ntil he has him techA11 druggists Died in Owensboro heisdisease The remains were d this morning to Beaver Dam harts accompanied by his sister rs Mary Kewcomb Mr and MrIP King and Miss Alice Ral Is employed at the electric light and had many friends In the city Inquirer i Cut this out and take It to all drug glare Drug Store end get a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tabof brectcents for sale by all druggists m Louisville Market CATTLK Chose to prime shipping steers J658660I15 Choice butcher steer 5iS585Medium to good bntchira 4 JSO 4 5 Common to medium A J Sp4 0e fCannen J SIG a oa Good to choice feeders 4 SopA 75 Common to medium i 3 000 4 25 Good to extra tock steers 31SQ 4 5 Common to medium a 7SpJaS GooJ to med tok betters 3 oc 3 15 Plafn light mixed stockers J 5 i3 oo to choice bolls v 3 05 3 40 edium to good bulb a 5o3 25 Choice veal calves 5 5oty r6 oa Com to medium calves 3 Stillt4 So Choice to fancy tallch ttows 3500045 DO Medium to good ias co3i oa Plain common r t5 ap 25 oo Hoc t Choice pjcl I njj butchtrs rt+ 70MedasChoiceGood page 50 to 91r S 5ofl5Rough I5ato 500 65o700s- ttsgY AND LAtlU Good to extra shipping 3 0n3 to 75Common 20o250ExtraSeconds 045n5 oo Good bother lambs 3 5n4 25 Common Ullend lambs 3 oep 3 50 THE 3rberry747S 7273cj rejected aQBcttaioa leve- eCornNo rJ lw 2 Ite7oc No a mixed 68tfc No 2 yellow 690 No V white 67Jc No 3 ralxed 66e No yellow 66J6- 0OatsNo a white 57c No 2 mixed 540 ReNo 2 65 caf f paleSboats and rye are selling prkts 1 v TUB PROVISIONS MARKET Mess Porkr9 00 w Hams Choice sugarcured jlgbt hentto12JCftJIna I4tsc sugarcared shoal ens IOJc bacon xtra I2 ic v Lard Prlraeateim In ticreestikcc- holer leaChl elites u e 1 tube pure leaf lard In tleicniJcfilkins C i Bulk H tWib l2cihtas1a e rcleer Ma xtMhort i r C there are more sufferers from con enemyf Y ncbas Ramons Laver Pljli nctTonic Pellets 2cta earaple free i t LL r n 1 I J I 1 4 ji Ac rrr wv 1 titITWILLI t V PAY YOU t To see us and it will pleaso us to see you during the month of July This particular month is the timo that nil merchants want to greatly reduce their entire stock of Summer Goods Our stock at this season is larger than wo care for it to bohence vo are going to mako a special effort to reduce it Slipper Stock Our regular Priesmoyor125 lipperwillcloso nt 1 Our regular 150 Slipper will close at 135 Our ontiro lino of 2 Slippers to close at 108 Our 250 and 300 lines you may have at 238 I i Wash Goods Stock beautitulr+gdida that wo ought to got 15c any 20c por II yard for which gear now going at lOc and 15c Now 30inch figured Swisses sheer and dainty angular 26c quality a special price of 20c during w July Wo have also a beautiful lino of Trimmings such as Allover Laces Apliquo Insertions Swiss Inser I tions GalloonsEtcat prices which make our com petitore wonder just how wo can sell thorn so cheap 4 Millinery Department V I P Our great final windup salo in our Millinery tock will IK an important event for July One thing romcmber wo positively do not carryover e any stock in his line Cost is ignored They j I must go and will GO ot some price Ifyou havent bought dont fail to avail yourself of this oxtraor dinary moneysaving sale 6 Country Produce Etc Wo tako in exchange for Merchandise your Feathers Eggs Chickens Hams Wool Etc The Juices wo pays nro always the highest For GEN UINE BARGAINS iii nil lines dont fail to visit the Bargain Center f9 t t v 1 f L 4r Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY if M TryMMr Bud St Clair ol Olaton has typhoid lever to See Careen Bros sew line of fine f Kngllsk Chlosware Mr D B Young Is erecting a new residence at Olalon Vhetheeta freak cakes and crack e City Restaurant w City RwUttrant fa the place to get a rfeodtW ritoeat I flldajss and oeatnw In all thlif wearable at Cano CoJforwheat 1 r Jler8rtD the wile of Mr riaryey Axtew 8 Bd y woraUr arbl Sheriff Cal P Keowa has a DiceI new roll top desk la his officeJjThe Okie County Medical Assocla lion ant Meet here Wednesday 1 Yeu taiualways find anything yo- urfast la the Grocery line at Carson CPS r CkMM Sausage Dried Beef Ham and Cracker freak at City Restau TWSt c Yoa waut sour Clothing stylish Xstdto ItJust what we keep- CABSON Co 1ProtJohWB Taylor has been elect f1 of schools of flop klaayltleIINo boddyibamor cheap tuflI can be found here We arc unable to Mlljt CARSON Co Ofcourse you goto the City Rca d taurilitfor cold drink Ice Cream Sherbet etc w r Plne1 stylish Hats for yotfngsters to play football whh or to use for bait cans CARSON Co hwAll the style and dash the fashions call lords to be bad here CARSON Co Awl profusion of modest tied In warm weather Shirts at prices from c01r2S CAXSOH coI EU Jr waatkac ttoMiaa tbliis tJa for them and thia la the place CARSOHCO JW XwdWl U now seedy 4o er Q r II year Q+ ret1on guar etIfr Weare Udebted to Mr Robert IJer ref the lira ollter Patton dealers in watery and harness fora nice Y y 41lier Mlaaors case The case is a- very t ttractlTe pleceof workmanship t irfiJVwkfcfa Mr I ri liaayourlgrateful thanksa N I J j pp For the celebrated Ames Baggies tile best vehicle sold Ia Kentucky see Alva Taylor The Ohio CotyJfalr will be held this year October x to 4 The best Fair ever held here Is expected this fall 1 Miss Annie Lewis who has beea sick for some time is no better She has been moved to Mr RI Gllles plea residence Mr 811 Seibert Son are build lara residence oa Griffin street for Mr G B Likens Mr S I Phillips will occupy the property Rev 01Bean wllKpreacn tile fun orals ol Mr Wade Toms wife aad itdal MarvlnB Chapel the third Sunday la this month Ja t reeelve an elegant lire ol Sfclils =all eolora aad qualities Yea caaaot help bat bayjf you look at them CARSON Co Interest la our teackers prise coa ttt4 If growing1 everyday Subscribe TkK REPUBLICAN or pay up and vjte for your friends for a valuable priZe The heavy pound of the carpen ters hammer Is heard from dawa tilt dark In Mr John Alleys new building whfch will be completed by September 1- rake town of Horse Branch will hold aa election Angnt a to determine whether or aot liquor shall be sold la that town We are advbed that the liquor men wilt win It is said that parties in the Magaa community are alrald to let their smaller children go upon the public highways on account bl the nurncr ofllty ot huckster wagons Leave your Laundry at Cleve Hers for the Richmond Steam Laundry Best work brought to Hartford or BO charge RAOIAND PATIN Agents Dr James Fitzhagh has located at Roslne for they practice of medicine Dr Fltzhugh is a very bright young physician aad the people of that towa are fortunate In securing his services Honest methods are the groundwork ot our business We are willing to be held strictly accountable for everything we sell yon CARSON Co Mr R A Rowan ST died at his home near Helta Taeiday of eon sumption and his omaluwere Interred lathe Woodward Valley churchyard Wednesday morning Rev Hiram Brown conducted the wasIHolbrookIot Hartford r i Judges B L D Guffy and Warren E Settle will speak at the Old Folks Reunion at Caneyvllle July 19 The soldiers reunion nt Rockport Saturday was a very euccesful affair A large crowd was present and every body enjoyed the day Misses Blanton Coleman McIIenry I Attie Wilson Roslne and Dent Woodward Centertown are having aa Interesting three cornered race for our gold watch A great number of oar correspond cuts seem to have gone oa a vacation this week bat we are trusting to luck- and Providence to hear from a great- number of them next week Frank Ferguson a young min about twentyeight years of age was tried before Judge Miller Wednesday upon a charge of lunacy and sent to the asylum for the Insane at Hopkins vllle Carpenters workthe mea shop building making some muc needed and attractive repairs Mr F M AVeitetficld the meat man is occupying temporarily the old Red Pronta Mandevllle Day aad Isaac DeWeese both Ohio coaaty people wkp have beea serving jail sentence at Owens boro for illegally selling liquor were released and returned to their homes Friday Mr w Lyoas who has beea lathe hotel business at Horse Branch for several years has closed his house and moved his family to Olaton Mr Lyons will work for the Illinois Central Railroad Company Larkin Hines of color was ar reigned In police court Tuesday oa a charge of swearing on the streets He was fined 250 and costs and laI paying It at =209 per day In the county jilt Aa infant child of Mr and Mrs Henry Landrnra died of dlseatery at Roslne last week May Heaven con sole the sorrowing parents ol the departed babe la the sincere wish of Tint REPUBLICAN The Maley Lumber Company ol Evansville has bought the timber on what Is known as the lower Rowan tract ot laud for which they paid f21000 The timber will be cut Into logs and barged to Evansvllle Mr A K Ward died at his real dence In Owensboro Monday of dropsy Ills remains were brought over and interred in the Beulah church graveyard near Beda Tuesday Rev W E Cook conducted the funeral services While horseback riding near Sul plant Springs Saturday Mr Caleb Bans horse became frightened reared ap and fell backward falling abarn and bruiting him up con Iderablyfrom which le Was confined to his house for several days Mr Sam TO Baraett cat hIs foot very badly Wednesday evening by letting a heavy corn drill fall oa It Dr Ford dreamed the wound aad Mr Barnett Is resting as easy as the cir cumstances will eMIt It will be several days before he will be able toI be about The Aaaaat Picnic of the St Marys Catholic congregation Iff church benefit will be giver at Wkltesvllle tomorrow The plcqloi give by this congregation are looked forward toI from year to year with anxious terest era large crowds are In attend ance each year Tke following parties have been voted for ia our Teachers Contest for oar buggyand gold watch WcArtie Wilton BUnton Coleman Woodward Mattte Pirtle and Messrs Ju A Duff R H Miller las Blur hugh Park W R Carson and James BaraeIDr Geo B Rowley an optician of Owensboro was la towa Wednesday and Thursday practicing his profea sion Dr Rowley Is highly recom mended by the beat citizens ol Owens boro Dr Rowley called on us while In town and we found him a very pleasant and entertaining gentleman The people of Pre tie will have an opportunity to enjoy a de lightful at that place Saturday July 19th Judge Owen Judge Dirk hud Hon B D Rlpgo aait perhaps Judge Gaff and Judge Settle will also be present and deliver addresses Mr Ulysans Whalen and Dr J 1 Conn are two of the proprietors which fact guarantees the picnic a IncceeatThe Home Telephone Company Is preparing to put In a larger and better J switchboard which will necessarily cause a temporary Inconvenience to the patrons of that line This disturbance of the usual excellent ser vice will las only a few days after which the company will be able to give Its patrons a much better service than heretofore Master Groaale Williams had his left arm broken just above the wrist by a fall from a bicycle Wednesday evening He was cycling oa the street about dark when his wheel struck a loose brick overturning it Ffewaatakenwhere by the aid of the Xray tIe bnkM boaM were nicely adjusted and the little kllow Is getting along alright A Man and Woman Rockport Ky July BAn aa known man and woman Were drown ed In Green river near here today They were In a sklfi V ABOUT PEOPLE Mr Lyman Williams Is on the sick list jYMrs Jennie Carters little child has tttx Mr W K Beck McIIenry was in town Tuesday Mr II A Stom of Paradise was In town Monday Mr R 0 Neal oi Fordavllle was In town yesterday Mr O W Rowe Centertown was In town yesterday tlMr J Wednesday II Loyd of Aetnavllle was Mr B P Petty of Narrows was In town Wednesday Miss Mary Keown Is visiting rela tines at Fordsvllle Mr George M Maddox Rockport was in town Monday Sheriff Cal P Keown was la MondayhMr Smith Payne Calhoon was In Hartford Wednesday Dr B N Patterson McHenry was In town Wednesday Mr Allen Owen of Owensboro was laFordsvllle Tuesday Prof William Foster jr of Prince too N Jilsla tows MrML Heavrin Is la Roeevllle today oa legal business Mr JobnW Petty ol Rockport was In town Wednesday tllrvlol ft Ringo la visiting friends at Beaver Dam Mr B T leleheart of Smallhouse was la town Wednesday Mr Prank Hackett of Livermore was In town Wednesday Mr Moses Coppage Narrows call ed to see HS Wednesday Mr Henry HUshaws little boy Is very sick ol erysipelas Esquire A S Anil ol Anbnrnaas- in Owenllborolait Veek Mrs Loyd Brown of Narrows is very low of consumption- Mr Elmer McKenney ol McIIenry was ia Hartford Tuesday Mr Marvin Truman Fordsvllle went to Owenaboro Monday Mr John L Taylor of South Car rollton was In town Tuesday Mrs W S Winkler oi Owenaboro Is visiting friends at Fordavllle Mr G W Cnllln of Livermore was here yesterday buying grain Mr A T Nan went to Louisville Sunday and returned Wednesday Our old friend S H Hause of Prentls was la town Monday Mr Willie Lewellen of Msgan gave us a pleasant call Wednesday Miss Nettle Anderson of near town Is visiting ia Owensboro this week Miss Nellie Major Louisville spent last week wlUrMIss Fannie Render Mr Ulyasus Whalen the hustling merchant of Preatls celled oa us Monday Mlse Bessie Morgan Greenville Is visiting MIss Sadie Austin Beaver DamMiss Cther Jarvls Greeenvllle is the of Miss Sadie Austin Beaver DamMr R B Martin made a rapid trans- It trip to Illinois and return this week Miss Jennie Taylor of South Car rollton Is visiting the Misses Thomas Mrs Mary 3 Lee of Owensboro U visiting her daughter Mrs W G HardwlckMr Smith returned Satur from a two weeks trip to Western Ket eky Iflsa Nazis Thomas who has beta Visiting friends In Louisville returned home Tuesday Misses Ava Johnson and Evelyn Ford of Fordsvllle spent Sunday Ia Whltcsvllle Mr Ed Bennett of Texas Who has beea visiting friends here returned home Tuesday Mrs Lucy J King of Paradise is visiting the family of City Judge John B Wilson Mr and Mrs tP Petty of Nar rows vUlled Mr Tames Coppage aear town Wednesday Mr Logan Baker of Narrows who has been dangerously 111 for some time to still very low MIsa Edith Carson returned Taesday from a visit to her nude Mr Henry Bennett Maxwell Mr E N Morrison Fordavllle was guest of his son Mr Clarence Morrison Monday YourHair urwo years ago hair was falling out badly I purchased a bottle ol Ayers Hair Vigor and- wonrophalretoppedcoming out Miss Minnie Hoover Paris III Perhaps your mother had thin hair but that is no reason why you must go through life with hjjf starved hair If you want long thick feed it With Ayers Hair Vigor and make it rich dark and heavy IIH a Mtfi Alt 1rNleta- It your drngrlir cannot lappl JOG lend m onS dollar and we wart apnea are and drake name or JOlUliesreunpolllc Addreu i What are Humorst Tbcy are vitiated or roorhia flulda tutu InKllm veins and atrcctlog llw tlieue- Ttrp 1 aroconnaonlydueto iKfeUhe tlljes lion tot ate pn UIDfS Ihherltetl n do lhey manifest tlMnuoKes In many forma of cutaneous eruption jail rheum or eczema pimples and holly and In weakness languor general debility now of they expelled Ey Hoods Sarsaparillawhich also builds up the syitcm that haa suffered trora them It Is the lied medicine for aU Lump n Mrs Annie Neal ol Whltesvllle It visiting her daughter Mrs B C Petty at Rockport Miss Orpha Stevens ot Cromwell Is visiting her cousin Miss Wlnone Stevens this week Mr G Bills Owen an employe in the Owensboro past office was In town a few days this week Mlsa Jysta Ragland and staler little Miss Marie Ire spending the week with friends at Roslne Mrs Bettie Greer ol the Beds neighborhood Is spending the week with Mrs J A Anderson Mr Tout Harris representing the Male tmraber Co ofEvansvllle Intl was In Hartford Wednesday Mr tW Render Louisville via Ited his parents Mr and Mrs W B Render tlie1attei part ol last week Mrs A C Taylor and baby went to BeaverjDam Wednesday where they will spend several days Misses Kettle and Ruses Reynolds of Reynolds visited their sister Mrs C E Morrison last week Mr Andrew King and family oi Owensboro formerly of Hartford are upending a few days here Mr and Mrs C E Morrison and Misses Hettle and Rosa Reynolds spent Sunday In South Carrollton Mrs J B Davidson spent the first ofthe week with her mother Mrs P II Alford at Horse Branch Mrs E P Barbonr and daughter Miss Carolyn leave the first ofthj week tor Mont Eagle Springs Tenn MrS D Dempsey publisher of the Rocipoit News Is IB Louisville Mrs Leland Smith and Miss Lanl Vowels of Louisville are the guests olMr and Mrs MJ Reid Rockport Mrrfr A M Barnett will leave Sun day for Owensboro where she will be the guest of relatives for several days Col C M Barnett who has been spending few days with his family here returned to Louisville Wednes dayMr J F Sullenger and wife ol thelaaillyorMrday Miss Bernice Miller has gone to visit friends at Beaver Dam and Crom wellw She wilt be gone about two IfesLanra and Llllte London ol Henderson will arrive in Hartford tomorrow to visit Mrs c M Bar nettMr and Ira Lyman RocenGeldt of Henderson were the guests this week of Mrs RosenGelda sister Mrs M L Heavrin Dr A B Bonar ol the Enqultable Life Insurance Co of Louisville was In Hartford Monday In the interest ol companyMiss Harrison who has been visiting the Misses Thomas lor sometime returned to her home at Calhoon Saturday Rev and Mrs J D Hocker after spending several days with Irlende at Ford8vlliereturned to their home at Owensboro Monday Bass Ava Davlson of Fordavllle who has bees visiting relatives at Pittsburg Penn lor sometime return ed home Wednesday Mrs John Ragland of Roslne who visited Mr Ragland parents Mrand Mrs M S Ragland last week returned home Sunday Mr and Mrs Lee Canon ol Pen rod who have been vlsItlngMrsRaglands parents Mr and Mrs M S Ragland returned home Saturday x Mr Amos Carson of Carson Bro lib returned to Louisville to resume bin work as traveling salesman for the Kentucky Jeans Clothing Co Miss Effie Shreve of Louisville came down Tuesday to spend the sqmrner with her grandparents Mr au4tMrs Anset Wilson near RosIne MVssrs John R Phlpps and D L Baldwin were in Louisville the first of the week buying machinery for nI B Collins Cos saw and planing millDr J L Conn of Prentls gave us a pleasant can Monday The Doctor Is a very genial gentleman and while here hid his name added to our sub scription list Miss Jessie Reynolds ol Fordsvllle is visiting friends at Russellvllle and weeklynewllletter appear this week Mr William Welsh who has been engaged here for some time on the Jno C Riley building left for his borne at Owensboro today Mr Welsh will return In about ten days to trolld Mr C M Barnett new bus liMihonse Notice Oa July aa examination will be held laHlrtrord to select an ap pointee to the collegiate department of the A M College An exami nation to select appointees to the Normal Department ot the college will be held at the regular teachers examination in AugustVery truly H J M DuWftKsrt 8 C S f A FEARFUL ACCIDENT While Being Hoisted Out of a Well John Kelley Falls Thirty Feet to Ills I Death A very sad accident occurred on Mr Kd Davlsons farm at lilies Palls Tuesday John Kelley while being hoisted out of a well fell out oldie tub when near the top ol the well and strIkingIlie was dead when taken out Of the well a few minutes later Mr Kelley WAS digging a wen for Mr Davison and had reached a debth of about thirty feet when he discovered that the air had become suddenly very foul He had had considerable experience In underground work and knew well the danger of delay and immediately upon the discovery of the foul air shouted to those above to lower the tub but unfortunately for him those above had taken shelter from the sun some little distance from the well ght1themthe tub quickly for he was smother lag to athTbe tub was lowered hurriedly and the gasping trap managed to pull himself into It and told them to haul him out quickly All possible baste was made to draw him out quickly but when his bead reached the surface and he caught the fresh air he collapsed and fell like a stone to the bottom below His head struck the rock bottom of the well and death was instantaneous Mr Kelley came to this country Irom Ireland about ten years ago and bad lived in Ohio county for about eight years lIe was an industrious honest pleasant fellow liked by everybody who knew him He was about forty years old Mr Kelley was known herehavlng worked for Mr Mike Crahan on the court house fence base here several years ago 1 The obese tlznttar U on ever bottle of the geaulne ow8rJprulf MIXTUltBthe babys friend fro blab until be has his teeth All druggists NOTICEI ICE ICE Cold ICE I Clean clear ICE at ONE HALF cent per pound delivered at your house every morning Leave your order with Clarence Casebier or call home Phone No 98 All orders promptly attended to Uncle Tom Allen an old and wen liked farmer living about tear miles North of town came In to see M Mon day Uncle Tom waS born ia Shelby county Ky In 1815 and ia consequently 87 years old He Is atlll very active for a man oil his extreme age Uncle Tom come to Ohio county 63 years ago and he tells us that Mr James Hendenon a very old gen tleman who lives now with the family of Mr Harry Taylor was the only citizen of Hartford then who Is still living Uncle Tom to still a sprightly old man and his many friends wiatilfof him a muck further lease of life I REPUBLICAN readers will remember reading sometime ago aa accounq of the arrest in England of Charles Brown a former Rockport boy for the murder aboard the itteaater ea coa Light of a seaman Oar accaant of the murder taken from aa Biplsk paper made it appear that Brown Ice serloas trouble bat Mr Jokaj B Wilson who was retained by the fam fly here as an attorney la the defense received this week from the Amen can vice consul at Newcastle the following telegram Newcastle an Tyne England John B Wilson Attorney Hartford Ky U S A Brown four months Imprisonment Vicx CONSUL 530 p m July S i9oa V One More Game for Hartford The Hartford boys are playing some ball this season The boys are la good trim and have not lost a game this season The feature of last Saturdays game wasthe third basemen Wood worth nlcework la the field for the home boy Innings i rj 6 8 T dooooxt23oi7Centertown t CROMWELL youngfolks4th All reported a nice tlme1 Mr Ed Tilford and family of Mor- gantown spent a few days with Mr Bill Tilford this week Mr T P Paught lao the sick list this week Mr Dill Tllford Is not improving any and Is still confined to roost Little Miss RnbyMartln of Beaver grandparentsMr placeMr Sam Taylor of Beaver Dam was in town Sunday Mrs R E Gentry is visiting her parents near Morgantown dw DONTWAITIf you knew low SCOTTS EMULSION would build yo- Uuplncreue your weigh- tstrengthtnyour weak throat lungs and put you In cots dition for next winter you would bein to take It now 11711BCOTT409413 Street soc anti tijoa an dnirtuU I1 r 4 y tjon Coffee 11t O KING 1rOrrard XMert xagIea buoltll fA SPdNr I Lion Kfnf of Coffees anycheapidmeI aaM naeaaeeeae Wvr4yMre lM aadiw e I THE HOT G I WEATHER bit J Is on us and something must be don6 to keep cool J4 iWo have the kind of wearing apparel to keep you = fi We will not attempt to mention everything J J we haviLto keep you cool bul will only note a few = SJlfu Oc iQs G 8i4 rSergo Coats and Vests 3 to 8 Also Linen Punts = = 5Oo to 1 fJ For the ladies we have Lawns at 6c to 15c per = yard Organdies 12lp to 16c Grenadines 35cto = = 200 India Linens 5c to30c Pongee Silks at t I1Jjt4 complete While the jobbers and jnanufatures have bttf9 put a considerable advance on these f goods tiro are = 4 still selling them at the same old prices We give e4 a few prices below j- J r Best Prints 5c per yd bf 4 Apron Gingliani5c to 8c = Dress Gingham 5ctolOc 9 4 HooseiorColtonryd wide5c tJo fiDetter grads samoOo and 7c 14 Bleach Cotton 5c to lOc fi Cottonatoi10o to 18c Shirtings 7T5c to iOc = t4 Cotton Plaklsr 6c to 10c fiRemnant Cohco2Ief4 Remnant lorcal3c t = We have lots of things in stock too numerous to fmention or quote price r There is ono thing you can t = defend onif ypu comd once youi= Eyerybody goes away woll pleased t = J Remember wo keep a full lino of Furniturq and = = Groceries Lot us know your wants and we will see = that you are properly treated = I CARSON CO i w The Place Jo Buy i Hot Weather Goods It r Is at Hartfords Big Bargain Store where you 7 XS c will find everything you need in the jyay of Sergeci Coats 0 Fqr tho Ladies we havea nice lot of thing Dress Goods at prices that our com petitors caneii I A general line of Merchandise Clothing and Gents Fur 1 nishing Goods will be made a specialty A choice lino of Ladies and Gents Find Shove in fact everything kept in a firstctass General StoretTo the PublicTheee goods wore bought for cash andwill bo sold to the people iatjtiia yeiyidiortost profits Come and examine my stock and my prices w J = Thd BESPpricee paid In Hartford for Country Produce taken in Exchange for goods Load up your wagons with Country Produce bring your wife and daughters along and return with tho best BARGAINS you over ltad SAM x BACHProprietor r UYO1 WaD 1I To keep ppsled and others it wellinformed subscribe for The Republican w Tf ili jLAn4 gpt aril the news all the timeo Y Tll Kind You JIava1ars ngbtJJr JtJcl41lai bcca- t In iso for over Oft ycasbasbore4Iic jRlgrmtnro of and has bccnma under his pci- HsjWlifc7 onaliapervl8loafjiloc lttlnltoejri c4G Allowno cue todecetveyou lathis All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood nrp but Experiments that trifle with antendazgertbo health of Inftuita and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor OH Pare gone Drops anil Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor teUtarjNnrcotIa substance Jts ago Is It guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Foverlfllracsi 41t cares Dterrb aA add Wind Colic It relieves Teething Trpub1 1naCoustllltl n and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach nndBowclfl glvinp JicalUiy suit jiaturul sloop Tho Childrens Panacea Tbo Mothers Friend isNuiNiT CASTORJlA ALWAYS Jto r ttieiSignature of J i r1 P the KM Youllae Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMC CINTftWN COMMfJV n NA V TUCtf MCW TC CfTT Our Voting Contest CIVEN AWAY FREE Wo are going tp give a LADIES GOLD WATCH guar anteed for twenty years Elgin Movement to the most popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County Also an Al BUGGY to the most popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County The patrons of THE REPUBLICAN shall idetormino thoCon test in tho manner following For each 2Sc in Cash paid on subscription to TirE REPUULIOAN ho shall bo entitled to I cast one vote for a Lady and one for a Gentleman Teacher Arrearages advances and new subscriptions all count alike Cut out the coupon below fill in the name of the Lady and Gentleman for whom you want to vote and mark the num ber of votes you arc entile to in plain figures on the Coupon and send it to this paper The contest will be in care of a committee to bo appointed by the Coilnty Superin tendent The ballots will bo opened and counted by tile committee and the property transferred to the winiKJrsion the first day of tho Ohio County Teachers Institute wbich will bo hold tho first or second WQok in October OqA ONo Votes for 1Iiss astho most Popular Lady Teacher an Ohio County Votes for Mr as the most Popular Gentleman Teachor n Qhio County Signeda P 0 H 4h r 4 r Now is the Timato Buy a Iigg7 S rrey If you want the BEST buy an AMES It has stood tho test of timo Built of timber bought from homo people Bodies all made in our own factory by skilled workmen Our guarantee is therefore of some value Now Styles aiid Fresh work can always be found at our General Agents A1 C TAYLO R Hartford Ky CAPACITY of our Factory 20000 Finished Vehicles per annum F 4E4 CQa CVVenbC 9a3Y COLLINS SlL981 A T Q p 2Handles tho BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stone and Old International specialties Bock Beer BoekBser a B COLLINS CO I IfYou Want To keep posted and othervtiiBe wen informel Subscribe fo- rTho Republican I And get all rthedliVs all the time a a S a L i r H rtfoid Republican FRIDAY JULY n Illinois Central Rallroad TlmaI Table 2ltoOIINorth Bound Nonlh Hound NolU due 697 B m No HI di1II a bI pmflo122duIt30Ix rnl Fr lant KolMdnTMam No 1M da 267 pm 8 B VHUCTII Agtut For Conatlpnllon I rmdifoIadleiandcbIldrciifectllbrmleu UDuer lltlnmll1leeli ItlccSe CURE casts WLMrrnwreT ALS Dot Cough Jul Vae IntlmSL SMUl- IJCONSUMPTION r 5 Two A Men and I PARKSiBy WILSON Copyright 1KB by 2 s S thlIt wjiB a struggle between Anton DA vis and Caleb Jones as to who should win the love and the band of Mary Doyle There was rivalry but no III feeling When Caleb won the prize An son stopped him on the back and said All right Caleb You are the lucky man I dont believe I was ready to marry just yet anyhow Ill wait two or three years and then marry your willow Thats mighty kind of you answered Caleb I have heart trouble and may not live a year and the thought that youll tako my place will wake me die content Six months after the marriage Caleb Jones went down to the city on bud ness lie had never been drunk In his life but he pot drunk to celebrate this occasion While In a befuddled state be was carried aboard of a ship bound for the east and when his sober senses returned he was on blue water Mean while as be did not return to his vii lage home an alarm was rnlwd and for the space of three weeks Caleb fig ured In the public press and police reports as mysteriously missing Then a body was found In the river Identi fied as his and shipped homo for burial Soon after tho funeral Anson Davis called oil the widow and said Mary I dont know whether Caleb ever told you about It or not but there was an understanding between us that Incnte ho died I was to step Into his shoes I believe ho did mention something of tbeklnd replied tho relict That was kind of him and saves any further explanation I guess you thought almost ns much of me as you did of him but ho happened to save your life from a cow one day while I was out of town Ioor Caleb We shall miss him and mourn for him but at the end of the year well be mar ned That settled It The days and weeks and months went by and tho widow put oft her weeds and Anson bought his wedding suit The marriage day was set the friends were Invited and HZ UAD nECOVEKED FBOM HIS BPBEB AND DETCKXED PIIOM CHINA the minister was engaged and another twentytour hours would have made tho Widow Jones Mrs Davis when In walked Caleb He had recovered from his spree and returned from China I wouldnt have blamed you a bit he said to the astonished wife when he learned what was about to happen Of course you thought I was dead and It was all right for you to marry Anson I might have written but somehow r never got around to It Sorry to have made any trouble And when Anson Davis heard of the arrival and came rushing over with his eyes bulging out Caleb gave him a hearty handshake and said llopp I havent disappointed you AuBon It was mighty kind of you to offer to marry Mary and Im glad she accepted youbut my coming homo knocks It all out of course Dont feel bard toward me old man Im disappointed of course replied Anson but I suppose 1vo got to put up with It Hows the heart trouble Awfully bad Well maybe you wont last long It was a sort of mean trick but remem ber that I stand ready to marry Mary whenever you drop out It was a year before Caleb had any further adventure although his heart trouble grew worse and tho doctors told him ho was liable to drop dead any day He went away one day on a seven mile Journey to visit a sister and while crossing a bridge on which a crowd had gathered to watch the flood the bridge gave way with a crash and thirty six people were swallowed up In the rushing waters That Caleb was among the swallowed there copld not bt adoubt as halt a dozen people who knew him saw him go down During the next three weeks most of the hod ies were dlscovcrodand his was among the number The widow Identified It by a dozen different marks and had bell very particular about It because AnIOn Davis bad said Mary of course I shall marry you when tho year Is up and wo cant at ford to hove any more mistakes The body was duly burled and the weeds were put on for the second time Tuestomb8tono over the grave said that Caleb was not dead but only Mon =4 j r befqfp In thnt the entaphtai partly right and pnrtly wrong It said that he was not dead but only gone down the Ohio river It would have hit the nail on the heud For a time Anson Davis kept a doubt In his mind anti the widow never look ed nt Calebs old boots without won darIng It she could possibly have been mistaken In her Identification lint as time went on Calebs little way of breaking In upon matrimonial pro erammes was forgotten As the year was drawing to a close Anion SUB Bested that a date be named and Mary named It It was to be a quiet wedding this time and It WIIIto be In theevenlng and two days before theev nt was to come oft AnIon went up to the cemetery and made sure that Caleb was at home and likely to remain there lie reckoned without his host and only with n tombstone however The wid ow was dressed for the marriage and the minister on his way to the house when Caleb Jones returned for the second time and calmly announced Well Mary Ive got to disappoint you and Anson again and Im feeling mighty mean about Iflie had gone Into the river sure enough but a beam badi hm for twenty miles before he was picked np by a steamboat The steamer was going down the river and In a hurry and Caleb was finally landed In Clu clnnntl As he bad got that far bethought be might tM wclI go farther and bo tramped over three or tour western states befor settlnfehls face homeward The two times wtdoweald he ought to makeup blsmlnd to UTe or die and quit making her nervous over It but of course she was gla4be had come back With Anson Doyle It was different however No Caleb I cannot take your hand he said as he drew back You are not a man of your word You lire not a man to be depended on Your dead body has been twice1 found and there are two graves In which you are lying and two tombstones telling of your virtues and yet here you are before usl But dont be mad at me Alison pleaded Caleb 111m not mad but hurt The In justice of It rankles Caleb Jones hear me when I say that I will never never marry your widow Im sorry for her but I owe a duty to thyself If you die again shell have to go It alone for all of mel Shoo said Caleb as his face lengthened and took on a look of sor row I didnt suppose you fclfllkc this about It Anson But being you do and being as I cant really blame you I guess Ill have to stay at homo and try and outlive Mary The Mlaoblevoaa Greyhound Pappr Greyhound puppies have the repute tion of being the most mlscblcrous of the mischievous brotherhood of pup pies They Inherit this to some extent for a large percentage of greyhounds when grown up are Inveterate thieves and chicken killers not from any par ticular vice but because un Is their na ture to and they have not the moral sense which other dogs possess The wrltcrirccrnily remarked when stopping In a country Inn that one of the greyhounds which were allowed the run of the lAuse bad stolen the butter from the breakfast tableAbw- all the reply tl reckon he aonost live on that It In considered specially good for young greyhounds tobe boardeTout or walked when there lB Bftrlof overcrowding at home butasa hll authority puts It the list of llnqucncles Including murdered cite fowls ducks torn clothts and home Bteadj laid waste and devastated maybe made up for by a win at Altcar In compensation for the puppies mis deeds London Spectator rAn Old BaperiUtloB A curious example of superstition was made public the other day through the medium of the law courts of Berlin A tree growing opposite the gateway ot- a farmer was noticed to be withering away and dying On further Inrcatlgn tlon It wee found that a deep hole bad been bored In It probably by some person who wished to kill It As the tree somewhat Incommoded the entrance to tho farmers house be was charged with the deed and fined lIe however appealed to a higher court and succeed ed In proving that the bole had been bored by some superstition persftn who believed In the old superstition tbtA If Illness attacks a household It can be driven away by burying It In a healthy tree A bole Is bored in the i tree and all kinds of medicines are burled In the bole which Is then care fully stopped op amid the singing of weird Incantations This could have been done by any superstitious person pointedlout The On Tlilnir n WdO- ue day soon after Agulnaldos cap tune and arrival at Manila General MacArthur decided to go to see him and find If he was being Tightly treated At the close of the visit the gen eral asked Agutnaldo If there was any thing he would like to have whether papers magazines clothes cigars or other articles But the prisoner shook his bead Ho said that there was noth ing at all that be wanted Just ns the general was about to close the door Agulnaldos fflce suddenly brightened and the IookJnb1a eyes showed that be was trying to f member some name t What Is IU asked General MdcAr thur There Is just one thing In the world I want said Aguinaldo It you can only get It for me I have had It jut once In my life and that was at Hong kong They said It was on American thing and that all Americans badlt It islce cream be said with great enthusiasm A LAWYERS EXPERIENCE The Starr1 of Convicted Msiat Pardon and a Pointer alellknownInliccnclng the other day I beciHn6 greatly Interested In a state prison case A young farmer was charged with having driven off ten out otaflock of twelve sheep and sold tbemStb a butcher lie put up a fair defense but was convicted and sentenced it a term of three years Thero were plentyot poplowtiobot lined that ho was perfectly inndceuti and even the butcher who boughtjfbo t fhoep came In tlmoto doubt It Lq bad f identified tile right party After the ase had stirred up a whole county I tooic a hand In It In my petition to the gov youugmnland I got eight of the jurors to slgnf It I made out such a good cast that the governor took It under advisement and finally agreed to 4sspe a pardon eId peaklnc tome of tho case Iu fi4di C-iIIITiifJ1l S 19ort Pf BOUDt 1n m pilnd that this IVQS a cnsa pt mUtakcn Identity and I shall be only too glad to restore the young man to liberty- It became my pleasant duty to drive spreii miles over the tumldltnt of roads to bear the news to the parents tbut n pllrloll wan to be Issued The old moan was under the weather and In bed III n room off the parlor Tho wife received me nnd sobbed over the good news and then went In to break It to her bus baud That partition wall Was thin and then both spoke In loud tonts and I plainly heard her say Ob Samuel theres a man hero who says our John Is to be pardoned tomorrow1 I You dont Bay be exclaimed Yes Its certainly Going to be pardoned right Out dirYes he Is1 a Waal wnal thats good news Say Mary what n tool John was uot to gvt time other two sheep while he was uboiit If 1 left the rejoicing farmhouse In tending to wire the governor to with hold the pardon said the lawyer but it presently struck me that I bad ad vanced about twenty good reasons why the young man couldnt be guilty nnJ I therefore decided to sing sum II and let things so on Ho was duly pardon ed and snit home ntid the governor never met me foryears after without congratulating mt rehabilitating an Innocent man wrongly ioqvlctedr1iet- roit Free Tress + Vf COOKING HINTS For n change trilbolllni apjlStI In sweet elder When apples begin to get tasteless this wake a change Cocoa loses hit ruw taste If It Is al lowed to trimmer for h good Ore min utes after btlng added to the boiling milkA cut potato dropped In tbit fat In which vegetables are to be fried will Indicate the proiwr tcmiMmturo by turning brpwn hove charcoal Ores for broiling It you wish for perfect cookery The hot names clot the pores quickly mind time result IH very tender meat For preparing soup for Invalids make a treat point Ot delicate flavor ings Avoid much turnip or carrot and Instead have n sunplclon of buy loaf sweet brrbs and tniuc When roasting a chicken In the oven roast It In the usual way until It In nicely brown then turn It back upward and let It muqjn BO until cooked It will be found that HIt juice of the chicken runt IntotUe timist and makes It moist and delicious Sb P172 the Trniiit Card allow did she ctt hiriT At n famou dancing usenmbiythmis was tlic quite audible conuuiiit made by nvvrnil mar ned belles wbvii a b antlfiil young ma tron as yet on the outskirts of tin ex clusive set entered the ruoiu The now comer whose first appearance It mil proved herself quite equal to the occa sion She bad a nodding acquaintance with nearly every woman In the room Some of them even went to her lunch eon parties Calmly turning to the most supcrcllloui critic In tho room she ech oed as though In reply now did I get here I drove here my dear Mrs Crossbeam Did you T7alkl Lnplncotts Magazine 4 The Sarno Old Stor J A Kelly relates on experience slmular to the one that which has bappendjia almost every neighbor hood ia the Uulted States and has been told and retold by thousand of others He says Last summer I had an attact ol dysentery and purchased a bottle ol Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which I used according directions and with entirely satisfactory results The trouble was controled much quicker than former attacks when I used other remedies Mr Kelly is a well known cltezea ol Henderson NC For sale by all druggists m ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY IIXCOirOIATlD Talk being cheap and neces 4ryi you should tronIZ home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and b In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense II you say so We connecrwith all Independent Companies For particulars call on D 11 Hocker Manager Hartford Ky WOMANS RELiEf A really healthy WOman lies lit tie pain or discomfort at too menstrual period No woman needs to have any Wino of Cardui will quickly rolioro those ImJlrtlng1l1oiutroAlpains and the dragging Lead back and bldo schc caused by jailing ot tho womb and irregular mcrac WlNEoFCARDlJI has brought ponuanent relief ti 1000000 women who tsufdTc orcrymonth It makoa thoVuent shred organs strong and healtlriyt Itt- U tho prorisJon rnmlo No tuw to women rehcttitL thoU tctrlblo ushcatuidiJ lawJifcS WltJbtaAKBiany homes UIIFaq Jalmisdenn5 inSorehvawOnderfullies H A T aad IUr Md 111 i rIi1oog r cr c =um rlaua T h hoD AND TelegraphCOMPANY INCORPORATED toUthealaKeconnected by Its Long Distant line thlrtyfiveStlteexchange iullartferd tad surround IBR cpijatry They wishto mike their service comprehensive and value ble as and make a specialty partlellllvlugIndistance otthe exchange Ratqa and other information may be obtained at the exchange over Williams drug store KyC Manager Keep It la Your Horn And when the bowels fail to set prop erlytake adeie of vans IAXATIVM SvBOf It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liyer and bowel rwill keep your system la good working order and make your complexion clear For sale by J ThosAllen RosIneKyj 1 THE NEW YORKWORLD Tbrfce Week EdltlonAt most is Dally at the Price 61 a Weekly Th ImlilMtUI campaign li oyr bes tile worid goes os nit the saw eel It U tell olitwi To Uarri tbli sew la t u It U promptlr nod ImpArtlsItys1libtjous T to do U to look UtktculanMof TIITllrIaWM 4itlono- ItbNwTmWorId wkkh CORM to tbsh-prrlir IU llnm a ar easpubllshrotctrrth KiiKlloh lanmim I lfn nnd jroi want Ik brrlpUonpr1cluntjJIeeprr ixiiakd urxipaprr 1ad Tic llcrcumxs to- gdheronyertortM teoppNe TA LlSLUatey lErrnlusow lOUTE Are preparing to do tt large excursion business from July 31st to Augusti 12ib from all points on their the new Owenaboro Chautauqua Nothing like it hu ever come to Kentucky For twelve lays the very Chautauqua1featuresare tiful Seven hue Park near Owen hero which U almost bounded by this popular line of railway Every good taste has been catered to There will be popular lectures by Germ Our don Gen Wheeler Dr MsoArthUrr Gov Bob Taylor W H Sear Mrs Rorer of the Ladies Home Journal Miu Ellen M Stone the ransomed miiBionary Lieut Hobson Dr Jbbtf MacNeil the Scottish Spurgeon and scores of others and every day and every evening will be givenra series of the mOlt deUghifulentertainments consistingot everything from slightS ofhand and jugglery to the btgbcst clau of popular muiic and moving picturesFarmers and their families will be especially Interested in the coming of John M Btabl Becretary of the Na tional Farmers Congress end erery evening a treat pyrotechnic display will be given by LaRotea electric fountain tw J feet larger than the one thown at the Worlds Fair Remember tbat the Hendenoa Route tbe most popular passenger line in Ke luckwlU you lull anti complete IniorraaUon about the additional features of this usembly through any of their agenli Or yqu can write to the Superintendent the Chaulaiiqua W G Arcber Oil ebibdro Ky and hwill send you aspecfal booklet containing full Information as to camping and living prigtlegei and the complete program LiLlrwlnGPA rnr LOW RATES WESTVIA 8tc O SW San Francisco Rm ACCOUN- TBIHNNIALMBBTINQ KNiOHTSOI- PYTH I JAB Tkketa will U soil Allll lit to tlal T oilTe SALT LAKEtJYAH1 IBENEVOLENT PROTECTIVE OR DER ELKS Tkkctawin Uw MiQ aaIIp IdiIe mess For partHnlara Ireplaic ret ipuceetc cellos nj amnt a d3 OSVVor addreu tbt dmtrn d o p MCCARTY Ucaeral IaueaicerAireat 1niliill Ohio RS BROWN DM rift iaufUKvr Aneat IIU ICy I Southiiti Railway Through Et hi lust Boatktn IUU KENTUKYTENNISSI1IESOUthOAROLINA QINIA jAnOLtNA OE R GIA and MISSISSIPPI LonuTrmlHlMTe ted arrive LotaleIUItro Spietb IhWiIOiC51t1ftflod ozIstostio add A Witeoit r A TAtlUlla Arc LoklflWx UTATLOK Auuuit 0 r A LoitoTUl NEW THROUGH LIN BEtWEEN LYANSYIUC AltO CHICAGOA new through car line has been Established fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central between Evsnsvlll and Chicago the line being Via Mattoon Champaign and the road from nvansville to Msttoon lortuerly a part of the P D lit H RThtservices Is af hollows NORTHBOUND Dally Rx Sun LvRvsnsvlle 7Jopm 730001 Ar Chicago a 7oom 7oopta SOUTH BOUND Dally Rx Sun Lv Chicago 34opm 8iosro ArRvansvllle Siosaia 550 pm Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chug arc on day trains Tickets ol your local ticket agent Mountain Chautauqua Mountain Lake Park Mary land On tho Croat of the Alloghnny Mountains Unquestionably the most superb and sensible summer resort InAtni- Ca 2800 feet above sea level f350 000 Invested In improvements and still the place retains its chatAWf rural simplicity Five hotels and too cottages open lor boarders at reasons ble rates This resort Is the site frf the Mountain Cbada naIad grPitChautauquaited by thousands ol persohli who are strengthened in mind by the unex celled facilities sflorded for education hythethis paradise Of the mountains Is fa mona Excursion tickets maybe obtained over the B 0 SonthWeitern from June ut to September joth good re 1902SpeciallyAugust for the Cbaatanqus And other gatherings Information about at tractions entertainments summer school sesslonaetc will be furnished In reply to Inquiries addressed to IA Rudlsall Moantala Lake Maryland k1 Eor Information on the subject ol rates and time of trains apply to TicketAgent B OSW L It or theuaderslgned R S BROWN Dlst rasar Agt- Louisville Ky o P MCCARTY Genl P Mr Agt Cincinnati Ohio tl l etJm t COST MO HOER THAN PtAIM ONES IN White BronzeMarble is entirely out of date Granite soon gets mossgrown discolored requires constant expense and care and eventually crumbles hAck to Mother Earth Besides it Is very expensive White Bronze li strictly everlasting It cannot crumble with theoctlon bl iroat prthsticthananybrn ndnntA for nsrlu nn hnrdnnhula ilamna + r rand by thousands ol delighted customers In alLpartof the couatry It has been 90 the market over years 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