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J 0 1It J S I I i Ii L- Ia0 l J Ct TtiiE llAllTFO1kiPTThtiCANt1 u I = f I I 4 Pine Job Work a Specialty orncjAL wi or TIE FAHTII B ronmtoKmssjomDisro Subscription n Ia year l I 4 VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 18 1902 No52I o TilE AMERICAN PULPIT THE FAR COUNTRY I Fjr44 i d 1 J 3 Q1 cDt L tL1hSI i I Pa WCIa M4lfo fit lH his serao HwnXv1 Frank DeWItt Talmas paints a picture which will be recoj alced as familiar IB taany home throughout tbJBd liii texts was r ftket 15 13 TWyengereoa gath ered all together and took his jonrne I Into a far coutry t The old bomtstead Iturned upald dowa Oae of the two boy th L ysuajtfola aftttt U leave the pr- entMctdcbdIJ tkeaWWrd Wtksued J tatben LJataM 1 theege oUhe etlle regdyteIyef tIa4It the dkrnptty ollIme Whet the children sa r G J1ltmUrea talk aai ItC aad fake rBat they are only to sustain their courageI The wedding belli weep as welt II t slag At the marriage the guest It 4IYlratattethe parents or the bride upaa having gained a son Eat the daughter i never the same after t the weddlag Oa that day the bride goes fourth to make her own home I build her own nest rear her own fr young and live her own tile Instead of belonging to the parents she be cesaea another Instead of the mother being filr t now she la sec ond Semeyeara ago I attended the wed J diBjr ela ery dear friend The slip pe had been thrown The rice toss ed The farewells shouted Hollow ed the old fcraybslred father down to theZgajden gate While we stood i Q flllchthe turned tot me and said Prank I know she U Married a good nun I do hope she nE happy But la It bard awfully wutbebabyit ChlWrefiyrftjorn Tiny passed boy hoed sad girlhood days under the 1 parental loo heY grow up Into man 1 hood aad woiaaakoed They beg- antl to scatter Deaths bock at tke khtdo an1 esmos te Iove 4 l toven araoatf tile spring Raft ad j bieithethroaigh the orange bloMoas 1a weeea ethers Bnalaeu and pro II dattea beckon to others At last the old nursery la vacant PAth ers and mothers alt again alone at tke dining tleas tk cy once did when they themselves were bride and groom The e4d homestead is desert 4 S494C ItIUteold folks The text h The Mother did not sleep much last Though she tries to look eaeWfal her eyes are red rom weep- Ing Kvery little while she dtoap pelts Into the pantry or goes upstairs It llhesakes aa excuse as though she 4 was loeklBg for something W 1 it knew site leaves the room for out veaJgoosrTlie father ia givjag his last In 4 ttitctloaa Ue la having thejrMa 1 traveler some letter ol Introduction r tea Brett lae t aaerchaat with whom l the son will lodge la the nut town hr A e4telatthegate Servants are I tbriaglogo the horses and strapping tbeagse upon the pak Iwnlea I fhey talk Itf sulidued wbiaperV 9 S Bvea they feel sorry The young t Master was a happy inllyf olucky- t r 607 jfe tways had a kind word for1 s1 4he Iwetiera The only happy cres- taucthJmothIng lathe dor lie 1 lc1btrkuboutoexpe- c l gtoS- C Whea a woman fa nervous her lsBagiHa UtI4 aul threat CII to taeotfaitt4sr obo BITdayiJUtar1JD at every sudden or tinfaaillLar lOu night the furturaf Jtroom takes on af righting forms o ghost or gob tin You cant UIlO with thu- ucrveJ nor Neither lOve CIt quiet tinetni aiuatbeIfI IIr IsRameiatloe wesratfoIiJd wakssa It tru uiles the acrveJ- r I thappeUte and Induce n- c 4kuILsg41i I I I yeW mtdIdIaot aWe I MaM s 10 hTI tea iuc ii insi1 ksis q4 l4MiHIu and wes 110 wakgs4 swy r oulSI 4 keep lUlL t if WoulA 14k iivmesIa saS MIlost die at Kr wtI eteWl ddrI attend lr 10ut U 4 4 The again2foJeaMaal nlwvry and r wisMaawtfl talttthat nnucb V n wcid gbs the aheIi j a thc7ard I kept on Mk1M5 G II Jk S rflt cure bLliounees 3 4p ssfA j JQIiw i a followtfae aportraen for a weeks huntC lIfe hilarity Is stopped Some one shies a stone at the brute and shouts IGo back to the barn Slowly the dog turns Ills lowered head and tat are the canine signs of abjeet woe He stops now and then expeclfng to hear the familiar huntsman kalloo Fetbaps he reallxes for the grit time he is taking k last look of Jaewelf Ialw yf 4MlklnkUuta 1cJt r wag aaes4 xI The JreweHT rd artcow be4agl I aald The father gives his benedlf lion We mutt tarn ole heads awajI IThe mother Is having her last convul fIrealizes that the baby she once rocked in a cradle can grow into a aaI1eI- s always her boy Suddenly the young man breaks away He leapi ntb tbe saddle The spurs cut deep Parents and friends shout their rae well to the cavalcade The they wave and throw limes The old fa thee wipes his lice vigorously with a handkerchief He scolds Ute sew ants lie bids them to be off He does not want them to see him cry The mother has no such pride As the horses disappears over the last bill the aged wife buries her bead It upon her husbands breut She IONc as though her heart would break The husband tenderly Pta this arms t about the sad heart He draws lIert toward the boucISlowly ed a moment on theII dporchSlowly the sighing father opens thebfront door The men go back to fields The female servants to theI kitchen The domesticmachlnery Is started The neighbors returning 8tItheir homes say Is it not too baa that the younger son should gather all t titrThe far country ol my text ts t elwiehC1Ia WlHWIHa w cHtta Beogivjkhlly knew The far Ma 1 try stay lie liu Iheaisem V fijIsM Jamoeg tile fires bonsai People I Make a very great mistake iasuppe ed lag that the only place la which sin thrives is surge city Sin loves to SMelt Ute wild towers and lie down In the haymow a well aa to trampd tile streets of a betsy aaetGlI have preached In the county and know of what I There la itloAthsomeroads tavern Dwell as la a corner saloon 1t1II young country girl has disgraced the family Farmers boys and girls do stat tall IU dtkeh country revivals In order to hear the ta preaching Tit Jrt country of sin ly can be located la the etty Sin la not era proportionally snare prevalent in the city than in the village Bat It Is bet tenable to eeaeetl Its track fist wll Y deraes of neks than Ita country town a letter have I received tawhichwife I have a boy in the greats a wicked of Chicago I lear he la olnotsave hldJ Heias written me that he baa attended your church Will you pray for blmThe far country ot sin Is sometimes found among the evils tof political life in the legislative halls of the State and the national capital sometime a sin Is intrenched la a pulpit oc ol the land where a minister has sold his Christ for thirty prices ol silver Wherever the tar country of i slit may be there it Ii the place wkere the nobler and purer and better parts of a mans Hte ire being strangled OaceaatWB TeMeL was sIghtedT floating among the teebefgs ArcH t The eaptala of the t app th proehlIg vessel put the trumpet to his lips aad shouted ShipahOy Whither bouadrV Whither bouedWNo aaswen AIfl the tritl ed bat the only sound heard by the W captain was the echo obis owavoiee A swall boafwaa lowetej When the derelict was boarded It was found to be the bbIp of ideath That floating vessel carried a dead crew The wbee maahad been frozen dead the b the pilot hboje The captain fro zea to death In hla cabin The Sold lets frcxea Co death in thltr bunks the derelict had been drifting round for thirteen years with Its crew ua b able to raise d utter a sound or iurlasall The far country Is sin where thehlanabiUata are dead to God are dead in their desire to Make outw IitheLove They are so dead thF theyy wilt not heir the DlvneFa voice calling them back to the kavA eu Il1Nt eThougklreatpdllCkrlMlaic tibiae As soon as thf 6rf determined to fev tTflloj heWaBred to get away fres tbe 4 I t I Pi 1 Mt1 1otAl TU rK r Ji 0 I presence of bis agedQbrlatlaa father lie practically said Father give me the share ol money which will cease tamVwhea jroaare dead and JI will leave b me and live Independant I do twart to see your loving eye sad feel the kiss ot holy affection upon niy Ups I want to go with cvi I- cothpnnloaaud not associate with you even tboughyou are ytather Tke Christians bpmq oaght to be thi happiest place oa earth to a child It iaakppypUee If the child wishes IIul tries to cIa right But the Chris taker home toa repulsive placeto live when the boy wants to do those things which should be left undone Whea a hey era girl does not wish to at1lfetettllfellt with the rest of Ssmi1or haothers ceuapsaIa- I Wp tnW dtsiraMutliaarlhat lIterer father leek oattiewarc Where are you going Charlie said a mother to her son who was putting oa his coat and bet prepat lug to leave the house Oh ans wered the young man the firm wants me to collect a lew bills I will be home early mother Do not be anxious or sit up for melt I am detained The young man passed down the street He sounded a low whistle A couple of other young men met him at the corner Boys be said mother Is becomelnsr suspic ious She did not want me to leave home I must be more careful Come lePa have some iunt That light In a place of evil resort this group of young men gambled and moked and sang their lewd songs f was great sport They did not t ease their carousal uatlltbe morning saa announced to thejilght watchman a hat Ills work was done and it was n laeforhliutogotdbed- h t A few years later la an Eastern city n a murder case the jury brought the verdict of murder la the first egree When the judge asked the why sentence shond not e passed upon him a yoaag man t rose He turned a pale face toward the judge As be began to speaky Wewhom thave just spoken Yours v honor said he I am not afraid die If I committed murdef in drunkei row a few months ado thsbouldbefore senteace is passed upon me I should like to speak a wOrd to the earieaa cea1pgjhIs euteom wwld llkete telL them thllstart on the road wkkh will lead to the gallows whea I used to leave my I kemeatnlgUte go mt with evil a etaapautona whealweetoatthoal In ways directly or Indirectly hadto moths The far countzyoL- tall may seem to be oily a step to the earner saloon It toa far away as If thwasaway from the fireside ol a Christian h tome The far country otsin generally as a broader aad smoother highway car the younger members of tbe laml than for the older sons and daughty Easy Is It for every oae to go to distraction unless susUined by the grace of God The old as well as dang Cia have a SoGialc guides leadw them Into the valley of death II they are willing tape led But it Is espec lly easy for the younger members ofp family to fling thetaielvea oVer he precipice of eternal death When theca der children were young la all robbllty the rUt was having ard work to make financial ends meet lie bad to work day and ght and day He economized wherever possible But alter awhile the father got a foothold in a business a professional career Then be y money commenced to flow into the t- reasnry Then servants were able to e hired to do the workof the mother and sister Then the younger son was able to have Els spending money and drive a horse and go with the- ouiig scions ol the wealthier family hea Itwas sle for him to a kirouglztickttresstoheMreountryofaIn tfr Moody well said This father the parable ought to be censttredp e cannot but blame tthenand give me my portion the father all ahqald have said You show a bed n spirit I wll make you go without by your shire That father could not have done a to the sooymoney indict him go A true father would have said to such a contemptc able filial spirit Go and earn your wn a the IwCI of s frrowParents your very kindness and sellHCrlficesmaybetbeeauseofyour s onflger children dtructlon You ave no right to give your jrouaij plentyof money and liberty tolo rour It ionrbua1neatokuwo- w your cbdreasped their money Is your du to know there your ounger sort passedJiU The fir country la the place yrhera tkeyoungerfcrK it his all Wean t this yenig mai Chenteflt7Of money The tavern keep T t bowtd sad smiled at his approach O h y Mgretted whea his party left rayyeuBg telka of the region toafklek he west kIt proadto be ji 4 r s 0i la pupllc by hIs side life bachelor spsrtmebta were furnished la themest 1expressivehonor any draftahe made upon them He wass hale fellow well met Iff was aamuch Intoxldted with flattefyt as with wine The gold which he ka la his open hud was just aa yeUasr and hard as If be was living off of bis Interest instead ol the principal His health was robust and atroag He hal not yet undermlnded his physical constitution by excesses But now the rosy cheeks pale The steady trembles The mortgage to placed upon the furniture He sells some of his diamonds There are but tjjo horses Vow la his stable Iistead of tea Alter awhile he begins 16 ran tpbjl4otbelitgablee fif k bu4kit7ofW44teIfedtebtteiianxious and dcsdidpyment at aid Tall payment at oaee What hip pent Why the story of the Prodi gal Son then tells us that therewas a famine In that laud As soon aa a sinners money haa gone his friends immediately leave him The bright winged hummlngs birds hive little use for the rosebush when the flow era are gone Their younger soa begins to be In want He becomes help lea and friendless To earn foodt enough to sustain life he tended a herd ofswine This social condition was the worst to which a Jevcoald ever sink He was flat upon his back In the lowest pit of dlspalr I- An aristocratic lady living la Lou lon bad a very dissipated son A rlend said Why not take yoar soa o hear Rowland Hill preach Perhaps he can save him The other pighto listen to the greatest preacher ofhis day Rowland 11111 arose gave out a text and began a sermon uponI the Prodigal Son ia this way Thei other day I saw a farmer some swine to a slaughterhouse he farmer bad a bag ol corn In histhand Every few steps the mann would drop a few grains The sWinew ould run alter him and deCoter them Poor fools said I thosec wine do not know the farmer is ing them into a slaughterhousea where they are to be Afters e benediction thiS aristocratic ItIIQawful rl using lacka iII thVcfrslUa p manTMather answered the young I do not knOwwhether Mr HUUiad right to use that illustration ot net church I do know wAit Mr H11J meant He meant that I was the prodigal son being led by Satan IntIhe far country ohm where I bedlstroyed to swine are killed bye butchers knife In a slaughter oasethTile far country Is never so far s away but that the pealtent prodigal anheavenly homestead When the m- ounger son became so poor that be a had not decent clothes for his back so friendless that not one of his old companions would speak to him hen he would feign have filled his belly with the hUlks that the awjae did eattkeake thought of his fathers t ast love Surely said he lather a will give me enough to eat He will 9 re for me as much as he would for c OverWork Weakens Yo rICldneysl Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure loodd All the blood In your body passea throughj our ktdnevi once hthblood purlflerslhey fli er the or impurities In the blooddIf they ara sick or o of order they fall to do a their work Palnsachesandrheu- gnitUm coo from M eess of uric the t toiegiecteddneyKidney causes quick or unstead aljhoUihlhe1iadoverworklnf In pupiplng thick kidneytoisoned blo through veins Ind onllurlnaryIroublesat now modern sclencp proves that nearly con jtltullonal dlsascs tljelr begin ing In kidney trouble if you are sick you can make ho mistaketfirst doctorlnc your kidneys and the extraordinary effect of pr Kilmersg SwampRoot the great kldne on Yeallted It stand the highest for Its onderful puma of the moat distressing cases merflalllill t BomtciswnpBoot e- e also pamphlet telling you how to It you kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when wrltlnrCr KilmelCo BlngSunfon N Y CKIOHESTERS ENGLISH S PENNYROYAL PftLSk te rteflV waste cd1n have It 1 J at itt I hflt llwarlnJ WInnM- HICIRSInR p xuLlaJD u4- t d rne4iIli bux 114 wlthblo rWou ak a Iber Ketadaagro aabatl- tJonmaad ie7of7nu1IniUtMaT PD4 Ce tnMapa to mondale and to satir fOr LdIr i- OO4OeumOnIlI lilt Iu tOld by a ClesaSiks 4tS 1 yd j i itttajiier was ready to do snore than ifejt No sooner did the younger son me within sight of the old home id than the father ran to meethlniai HjtelI oa lila sons neck and kissed He kissed him In tlc same tanner the Divine Father is ready to greet every one of his wayward chll 1ttfan gave a loving kfss of pardon lie klssad him a CM will kiss us if we will only come back to Jesus side and stand under tkhadovf of the atoning cross One moonlight night at Asbnry Park a party of young people were gathered oathe beach As the waves come rolling up the sid the cef versatlfn Dragged Then ia- yeeagIri Ilh asvotee ar a Gird I teelng Her many frlenda joined in and made a large chorus Alter awhile this young girl started the leader home melody of Robert Wrie Ohcould I see you now my boy As fair as in olden time When prattle and smile made home a t Joy Afed life was a merry chime When the last notes of this song died away an old man came toward the group and said to the young peo- plet Will you please sing that song again My wife and I have a way ward boy We do not know where heI s tonight He ran away romI home We do want him to back I before we die II God the Divine Father Is writing lie flIwriting for some ot his waywardt children to come tonight to et firesideIBpy g me I- avei message for you I see the marks dissipation upon your brows see that you have been crying ng this cernton I fear you are the younger son of my text As I catehc ne bfyour falling tears 1 likefl o describe a vision which came to- ieast winter about you Wheres s the sceme No it wag t hIcno Not in that low saloon orLhenp theater or ift that ball ou spent last night playing billiards nd gambling away your soul Time eesie was way back in the country Youjreaieaiber theold farm the white porch The big t- arit the rear The woodpile to YORTYIMLL OtUOWENSBORO KYc1 s tatervlewwIUi Our Reporter T 0s How His Sens Uf was Mime m- tdanaiy Saved The mother and father never forget the and pUsturei that cluittrtd around Stat year of chlldrtoa exist act Tktr art found talking about these lacldtnta long after tht children have MStrcid manhood and womanhood roof Trlways been a anaum a man MI kaa MTtr courted notoriety la fact W always sinusoid eten appear ll tt Mttntatltn At the saw u never beta ashamed t speak kla ernybodyHe ta tUut wain ClalallclIII4 f bla Uf He eUea Sit kaaliate C tall yes that ht wes rendef youth u4 Irrol kle dnrllter ttlle I E wendarfcl children rtllltdIW ksw that I do nut ear laMayerhair back frem a beta a buiy man for several hours attendqlog to the builnt of a thrlttnr clt 111111 recommend the uie or Owens Pink Mixture In family where there are ittia children bar now beta eleven ears since I first knew what the ratdl oe was Our tint hlld was a boy and r course we were rapt up In him Jfo ooner bad he begun to cut hit teeth than Itederanged and it seemedas If nothing Dremembereen called In My wife and I had about F or ever lavlnl th lull llilloIThe physicians all pronounced It case thayever saw The little thiat toeked aa Itwjt a mere shadow when some oat luffetttd tomywlftte et a bottle ef Pink Mixture and t It We had no confidence In Id effect ItenHln the case but we were willing Uy anything that was aoggtsttd I want to state that from the SntCI dele glttri the baby Its effect wUlIOtblll f OeaushrougitWbfetfl a week from the time that we had Itrlftedhave told that he been so near deaths door He fattened though he tlCih all the tim Vhile at the beglanlneII othing would taT on it stomach atiii here was never an more Illeffects In thlRarticular front the time the lint dote iven we began Kiting It solid nourlthment to our great satisfaction IMfirmly believe that this medicine SwillAs I saint In the outset we used the liothBrOwtaPlnkeimstantly until this most trying period of Jireubiit this Instance to the effects of the medl on tlpivaptetllaainc out two children have up say and I have recommended the medwa hundred times or mere our ieada soil neiehbors It sheutd be la o tehildrenaptrttctlhlrmleliars Irritation andmakts tttthlnr eaypregulates the bowels and ateauch blIi1IOrugs It is a pleasant and perfect fnudy I UterratHlMMtlpatlori or sour stomach I w Owens Pink Nixture Is put up In two bylldruggletsreeiUany one Floyde1 Co Detroit Mich fl the left of the Jcltcden door The liens were running around clamoring for food because the earth waa rfrozt n tomb The worms had gone to aleep for their winter nap It was shot it evening An old grayhaired woman was cooking over the kitchen stove She looked thinner than when yon saw her last The neighbors saw she was aging very rapidly and will not live longs Just then the an old mid came la He stamped the snow off his great boots This grayhaired women looked up and said Pa have yon brought letter Have yon beea to the postoCcc Is It not strange hC- has not written He has beea gdae now five long years Do you tbiafc God wIll let me live long enough tp eIthi Ler1Ue old man said nothing He went to door and looked down the road He shaded his eye thougk ke muM sen a great way oft1t Then he airI Mother that te a Sac eatt wer have there la the barnyard She in gettis f fatter each day We mast kill her noon Perhaps we can have a bfg feast whea our boy comesTbey sat by the fire a little whileafter the dish ea were wiped The old folks were too tired to stay up late They were too tired to sleep They took down the Bible The mother said Pswoat your read the story of the prodigal lonl Somehow never can hear it enough You read last night It is the isth chapter of Luke Read about the younger that went away and starved and too proud to conic home Then he old folks knelt As they prayed he little candlelight began to flash n sympathy The tears triakled through the four withered bands the two tlredheartslck parents upon their knees pleadingjwith God for the return ol boy until an angel la heaven I ould hear their grief ao longer He- uttered away and whispered to mef he secret that I am now telling My- on1Il1 you pot go home Before h old Clkak dead to go home eave this far country of IhiMeltl phis CommercialAppeal The way to gala a good reputation Iato endeavor to be what yoa sheJgngh Remedy has gained Its sep ntatloii as a care ibrJM ghs lds IbgUlemaaafaeturen has been fully up KlaImedthat it can always be depended area t for the relelf and cure of these all erits and that it Upleasaat W take For sale by all druggists m CASTORIAh biiiBows the- Signature of C y Thereat liniment for strains Mr P II Wells at Deer Park Long Island NYsays I always- commended Chamberlains Pain q ualmused It last winter for a severeNmeness lathe side r 1 strata aad was pleased with the uick relief and cure It effected Forbsale by all druggists S u Orders Ohio Cotlnty GoM pa- egolar 0Term July rlKJ Prwwnt nOD J P Sillier lodge L Otbirs horocal option election In the town Cfit Horse Branchb teheoCtbe Ohio County Court this appli for a local oploa election to beheld ia the town of Horse Branch hio county Ky on Saturday the- econd day of August 1902 again oa to be heard and it appear ig that the applications was by writ n petition signed by the following amed legal voters residing la the town of Horse Branch Ohio County y vlzB L Boyd G W Bond M Awtry MB Crowder J M iller P A Alford Perry DehartWt CoW T H Awtry A L Harrison o LabePrlzztll W F Maiden 14 Hugtah J D Pehart WM McDaniel SV HAlh W P Mil r J M Ferguson Jas T Axtoo t- ma Kller and W U Uaderblll was the second day ofJune 1902 being e first day of the regular June 1902 rm of the Ohio County Court filed paid court which order filing same duly made and entered ol record n the first day of the lilt regular rnrbfsaldconrtandwhicb petition ly was in writing end signed1 by each and all of the above stained parties rayiiig lot a local option election to held la the town of Horse Branch hio county Ky oa Saturday Aur st the 2nd 1932 and which petition as signed by a number ol legal qual Ified voters residing la the town or territory to be affected by said vote vi tiqual= tI votes cast la said towa or territory to be afiected at the last general or town election and said petitioners hay- Isgthis day deposited withJas P Miller presiding Judge of the Ohio County Court an amount ia money Bnfficlent to pay for printing and post lug advertisements of said election together with the fees of the Clerk for making entries ia the order book arid allother expense Incident to holding said elections It is therefore ordered and adjudged by the court that an election be held la the town of Horse Branch Ohio County Ky on Saturday August the and 1902 being the same day named la the petition there for to take the sense ofUie legal qualified yoters of said town who are qualified to vote at elections rorc- eupse1einpfr tSp5op eak V1i let oraor spirituous yao s or mslfliqum shall be sold bartered oct IrwtJaet8t no- ttksknAwSw fllfedi tile leVaof- lIomelfenek 6ik eeaaty Ky pro mMtstr tWaal barter loan ofj or traffic sin such liquors shall become inoperative in said town Co P Keowa Sheriff of Ohio coua ty Is appointed to hold said election and he is ordered and directed to open a poll at the voting place in said town on the second day of August 1902 for the purpose of holding the election ordered herein He will duly adver the said election aa required by law U a Ragland Clerk of the Ohio County Court is ordered and directed- to prepare and furnish the ballots and poll book for said election as required by law and this cause is continued- A copy Attest M48V RACWND Clerk By U G RACLAHD D Co NOTICE Pursuant to the foregoing order and Judgment of the Ohio County Court will on Sunday August the 2nd 1902 cause a poll to be opened as and n the manner required by law at each and all of tbe voting places Jthejtown of Horse Branch Ohio county Kentucky to take the sense of the legal voters of paid town qualified to vote for county officers npon the prop osition Wbeiher or smell spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold battered loaned or trafficked la the aid tolIi of home Branch Ohio arVtethec or fit the law nato force h OtIs county Ken toeky sMU ttLsCUke sale ha tert oaa aW riMe la such liquor skalibaceiaie Mpeartivela la the said C8IJpaJyEeBtttc S4itiOi eenfy Keskyk- ustbe161k j 1cpThe Same Old Story J A relatei an experience toihe one that which has- appcnd la i almost every neighbor ood la the United States and baa een told apd rttold by thousand of thers liCe says Last simmer Iohad an attac of dysentery and purCchased a bottle pt Chamberlains qt ra8ftd IManhoea RemedyRwhich ui according to and with erely satisfactory results Tbi ttoel4was coutroled snuck er attackS when I toaedell kaow6j cittcen ol Henderson e For tale all druggists m Up la Grant cranty the cat worms t ays been so ba5 that two lleraB t tofilscoas bad craps andem the cut wnaIrate the seat out of their ii lontsLions lasaUv Syrup ablotue1bamt1ebowels cure coa ipatiostiliiousners sick headache eats the cowplexiea aad makea ihe lood pure u remedy for child n aa well aa adults sale by 1 tbosAilh RoalneKy ROUGH flIVE- RTELEPHOE COMPANY ucoiroatTxD Talk being cheap and necestary you should patronize wh ioucan buy your own phones and build qwn Unwind be In- alking distance with the whole cftua y and buslriftss points generallybym- ily paying aYeasonable rent to the ough River Telephone Company or- heyWlhlbtjt the ole expense if yoa say so we connect with all In dependent Companies For particu ars call oa D M Hooker Manager Hartford Ky A Recipe for Klssiif To e piece of dark piazza add a little moonlight take for quantifies two people Press into two strong ones a small soft hand Sift slight wo ounces of attraction pie of romance add a large measure of folly stir la a floating ruffle and one or two whispers Dissolve a half adczea glances ia a well ol silence dust in a small quantity of hesitation two ot yielding a kiss on a RUshed cheek oc two on two UPs flavor with a alight scream and set aside to cool This UJ succeed la any climate it dlrec ons are fully followedflx ill I S 1 o A SERIOUS CASE Of Catarrhal Dyspepsia Cured VEI1 K r iI lfAav sM 1 mykatimoflhalnuia haa done me I lava beaus grosS sufferer Irom catankal dytpeptU I goalrainydone more for me than allot Ue abov put together I feel like a sew person Hanaliatogotherbottle in my home LEONAnD VISRDEIWt1 IrontWheoUnewritten from Washington D 0 says thahousemending your excellent remedy Pe IItfectlvtl Jadl1ranmmor the stomach and bowels suffer trqublePenmaIf you do not derive prompt andsatls Pdrullawritewillbopleasodvice gratia 1 ofDIe BOSWSea Shore Ecursion IXcr ARANJC ClTY 1tvr4ptJIadOLbAt14Ul ikc1em CitieL TWlj itpt 1a- ks4 PV3 iaVaa Good on Regular Ex1rees Trains with Pulltntui1 Sleep r Obscratory Qa pining ai and elegant Coaclies tuin limit 12 days fntlud I ilig dnte of nleoJ tofKOver privilege at STash ington D 0 on return journeyIA popiUr TMttlam hIp omAIallOIH krolck Bbiaria Harpn s FerlJ WaalllDgWll ltlmor aid Pllliadlpllla DmpU pamplets ldylDS lists an oeatiua- il hotel rats and other prtkolan no bead Ironi aniy Voa D e b 8W or by adilnv goooI MeOARTT Gen tsagrAist ladiuitl Ohio 1 Postmaster Palmert i eI So Glen Fall N YIdes cribes a coutlonwj1ththeuaa I S womeofi with theirs Reid what ha says and note the ifanllariry ef your bwa ewe Writsto him enclosin- gstamped ad dressed cnvcl L D Palmerfor reply acta per soitsicortoboratlon of What Ii- r Eiyen He says felldng I Dr Mi1s Heart Cure i II Vemd sjnislag ra t s- mdMbeutr I eumy cdrrsfro psiIisleemil no He in bed liiabt telijaht J walked the floor Ie to lie down hays meant sudden dasik 1 sImgkjlesnhnfljian Sne Ls4r- I loOk tileOweIplreimiierSmess hlyallDrwglI Ugtaafltp 5 liii Medlial CsaIehe4 tnt- S Fin JouaabL If deal Ilk kbaUli than LaniIJ9IIIifteTS- qyeisrthuuuS win 1tt1la41MItiee- j 4 0- S S 4 Hartford Republican wd FMia bj 9e HaljfdubCotncotpatid iteitd itHirtfetd poslotfici is nciuclmiiilliutlii zrcpzotTEC cu hncrORquh Xttvr Sl JOHN HENRY T1IOHAH Editor FRIDAY JULY 18 Republican Ticket For Appellate JntfcaSnd DUIrlrl jvuuEizDovrrvpOl Morgnntown ASHeUJfCBMENTS irElrenIIJude W are utboriirdto unnounc W T OWENI el DarlMi ronntjr a taidldats lor Circuit Jiidc In tb With Judicial DUtrlcUobJ lolh tUon of U Democratic patti I WE are indebted to Mr Thomas PI Archer for a season ticket for o nelCj and wife for the Owensboro Chantau e quanieetiDg July 31 to Auguit 11 A negro burned at the slake at I Clayton Mississippi and a craiyman e hung by a mob at Owensbo e ro was tbe South record for law I lessness yesterday 1 Ita Kentucky editors regret tbate the pleasures ot their visit to boro next week must be marred by the unpleasant memory that that beautiful little city has given itself over so recently to the violence of a mobcoUNTcLERK Josh Griffith of Oweniboro candidate for State Treaaurer will entertain the Kentucky editors at his elegant home on Seventh street Wednesday evening Mr Griffith will get a number of free ads1 of his candidacy and the quill drivers will get numerous good thlnltlI at his banquet and who objects Not the editors THE taxpayer with an order on the county from a road and bridge com missioner or other county claims amounting to S500 or more must go to the County Treasurer to get his claim cashed The taxpayer should not blame the Bhenfl for failing to take his claim on account for taxes The Sheriff must bo governed by the law If the taxpayer has to discount his county ci imto get the money with which to pay his taxes he must lay the blame at the door of a Demo cratic FiscalCourt which created the unnecessary and useless office of County Treasurer THE coronation of King Edward VII of England originally schedul ed for June 26 but cause continued on acccunt of the eicknesa of the plaintiff will now be pulled oil Aug net 9 It is probably the fault of the mails tbatwe have not received an invitation to attend the coronation but really we dont care as we should not bo fable to accept the invitation We areiot especially opposed to Toy atytEDgiandand1e like King Ed we not care to takesuck a longtrip during the dog days Ware friendly to the interesf of the HpD Telephone Co and will ing atall times to promote iU in terestsbut we believe we have just cause for complaint against the com pany for not keeping a competent operator at its exchange here The services of Miss Minnie Mcintyre are of course always satisfactory but the changes of night operators arc more frequent than the changes of the moonr No criticism is intentioned toward the new operators who cannot be faulted for not knowing without experience how to operate an ex change but the patrons of the Company have a right to demand a competent service at tho exchange A lOB took a man whom many people believe to be insane from the Owensboro jail at an early hour yes terday morning and hanged him to the frame work of the city scales The Owensboro Messenger a Demo ratio newspaper published in that clti seems to have no opinions of mob violence which it cares to ex preas It devoted Its editorial space yesterday to giving advice to bathers and ther like weighty matters but expresses no opinion on the appalling crime which had disgraced its city the night before The criminal element of Oweniboro and vicinity will of course feel encouraged by this tacit approval of their ontrageous conduct of the chief organ of the Davicss county Democracy THE suit brought in the Circuit Court hero Tuesday to njoin the Democrats from holding their primary election on the 4th of November a regular election day baa alarmed the Hartford Heraldwhich seems to think its party will not now be able to hold a primary election at all ty has not perhaps occurred to the Herald that there are 312 other days in the year in which they may hojd their primary What excisie can the Democratic party give for seeking to interfere with a regular elec tion by a primary Why hold it on this particular day Does it not die play anxiety for their very weakcan didate for Judge of the Court of Appeals The Heralds silly twaddle r S- about Bill Taylor and his militia5 bears the ear marks ofjtho writings of one Democratic candidate for Commonwealths Attorney but it will not teriorize the Republicans of this district from appealing to the courts for relief from an effort of the Democrats to outrage the rights of the voters on election day We sip cerely hope the Democrats will not object to submitting their case to the courts for which they profess so profound a reverence THE hanging of Josh Anderson by j I mob at Owensboro yesterday morn ing will be regretted by every good citizen of Kentucky and of the South There can be but little excuse for aiIlowing a mob of forty men in a cityI the size of Oweniboro to trample m the dignity and majesty of the aw Were not the city and county ifficiala able to protect the prisoner from the violence of the mob and the iCy Owensboro and the State dt Kentucky from the disgrace of its work Can our courts no longer be rusted to punish the vicious and riminal that the mob must vindi ate the lair by vioUling5tTho good tame of the city of Owensboro roust miTer unless the citizens of that city bring the members of the mob to ac eunt for their lawlessness DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP- The Democratic party has not put forward any very capable National leader since the days of Mr TildenI Why it has not done so is not easily olvable It would not be reatonble to assume that no one of the six million members of that party was capable ofa wise conservative and far cemg National leadership Granting the existence of such a character within the party we are forced to the conclusion that Democrats are incap able or unwilling to follow such leadership Why they persist in daring disas Irons defeat by following such vision ary leaders as Cleveland and Bryan Instead of entrusting their cause to j the care of broader wiser and more practical leaders like Hill and Gor- man andWatterson is indeed pui sling to the ordinary observer from the other side of the fence Perhaps the inability of the Demo cratic party to select capable leaders ie due to the various divisions within the party with regard to National issues In its efforts to bring its war ring factions to the support of a common National ticket the Democrat- Ic party may find it necessary to select candidates whoso opinions upon public questions are not too strong nor too well known After all there may be jmota wisdom in that partys selectlonof incapable Nation al leaders than is at frat apparent SS State Convention The State Sunday School Conven tion meets at Hopkinsvllfe Ky August 1920 21 Each Sunday School of the StateIs entitled bone delegate for every 100 enrolled or fraction thereof andthe county to delegates at large The railroads will make one fare for the tound trip All delegates will be entertained free Let Ohio county show her Inter est by sending a large delegation t BEAVER DAM A partypl young folks spent last Sunday at Aidrle- MIssGer trade Monroe Leltchfield Is the guest of Mjss Maggie Brnnton Mr Prank Eblln Louisville re turned home Sunday Mrs Oscar Stevens and daughter Miss Pansybare rftnrned from Louis ville They Wetfetmcompanled home by Mr and Mra1lVa11cr Wright Misses Marion and Lizzie Trout man Owenoboro are the guests of Miss Bessie Barnes Mr Sam H Taylor who has been In MlddlekbtMough for the past year has eturt1ec Messrs leer ijUa Lad James Welsh of IavJ11eare the guests of Mr and Mrs John II Barnes Misses Bessie Morgan and Ethel Jarvis returned to their homes Iin Greenville Tuesday Miss Alrglline Hooker Is visiting friends in Owensboro Mr George Barnes his returned front Dawson where be has been spending his vacation Mr Leslie Leach Is now at Dawson Mlsses Myra and Pauline McKen ney are the guests of relatives here Mrs lUlu Gray his r tnrned from Morganfield where she has been vis- Iting the past three months Mrs Martha Rlngo Hartford is the guest pf heisfster Mrsj3ray Mr Thomas of is visit nghis cousin Mr JaHThomas Miss Watss of Louisville is the uest of Mrs J H Thomas MlssWlUiams of Xlvermore Is the guestof Miss Minnie Maddox Mr and Mrs R R Paxton visited the family of Mr Geo H Barnes the first ol the week Mr Z W Mitchell Is spending the week at Dawson I Mrs Nettle Chauylh and children are visiting in Butler county Mr and Mr5M H Tappan returned Tuesday frfcim a t Rela fives In South Carrollton The District ConfereriCfot the M Jr Church Is In session here this week Nearly every minister In the strict and a great many laymen represent The meetings have been In erestlng Instructive and well at tended AT HARTFORD A Suit is Flied Against the Democratic District Committee Republicans Seek to Prevent Pri mary Election in No vember Hartford Ky July tSuIt has lust been filed here by Nicholas Bar rae and others asking an Infliction gainst the Democratic district coma nlttee of the judicial district composed ol the counties of Davleas McLean OhIo and Handcock to prevent them horn holding n primary election for he nomination ol chcult judge and commonwealths attorney the article below was prepared Irom information received and was ready for the press when the preced- Ing special was received from Hart lord Jld Inquirer Republicans are unanimous and democrat are dubious on the ques Lion of the legality o the folding of S primary election on the day of the regular election and at the regular otoing place A test of the question is to be made at once on account of the calling ot the judicial primary for the district composed of the counties lot Davless McLean Handcock and Ohio tube held on the day ol the November alec tion Suit will be filed In the Da vless circuit court lor an Injunction to prevent the holding ol the primary on that day The action will be brought by Col C M Barnett chairman of the Republican state central commit tee and It will be pushed through all the con sty The committee had a meeting In Louisville last week and the question was brought up There are some good lawers on the committee and others were present or in easy access They all agreed that a primary on the general election day would be illegal but they were not prepared to make a dogmatic statement on the subject The matter was therefore referred to a special commltteeto in vestigate The committee has consulted some of the best legal talent In the state and the conclusion is said to unanimous that an injunction can be made good The committee now preparing Its report which will con tain an exhaustive review of the law and when it Is finished another meet trig will be held at which there Is no doubt that the suit will be ordered to be filed The Republican lawyers do not believe that theelectlort will be legal and many Democrats express doubt Indeed when the matter of fixing the date for the primary was being discussed In the district com mittee meeting rTJ Smith of Ohio county a very careful man and one who usually knows what he fa doing before he does it expressed a doubt of the legality of holding B pri mary on the regular election day and favored another date tie was met with the statement that other coun ties and districts had held primaries on election day and that the question was not raised Mr Smith submitted but he was not satisfied and the fil- Ing of the suit will unsettle him still further Inquirer Mr I S A Pipkin ofPotolo Fla under date of May aoth 1902 says Please accept tbanksMor the wonder ful Ramona Liver Pills andTonic Pel lets It Is one of the most wonderful remedies on earth for whit It Is rec commended I will ever use it and recommend it to my friends It costs 25c The above iltnaturt Ion the wrapper of every bottle of the genuine PINK ttlXTUREthe baby friend from birth until he has bli teelh All druggists In Memory- Of Little TeddIe Johnson son ol Mr and Mrs John Johnson Teddle was born February 3 1901 tRitl July 6 1902 Little Teddle was sick only a short time but snfiered agon lea untold but bore his suffering pa tlently All thatkind handscoulddo was donator the kittle sufferer but all In vain he aufiered on untU the angel- o death came and bore his spirit home Oh how olten the father and mother will listen for the sound ol those little footsteps but they can hear them no more they are forever silent and those little blue eyes are forever closed the little hand that was so often clasped in parting Is cold In death No one knew him but to love him and many are the sad hearts today over the loss of one so dear Little Teddy Is at rest Father mother grandparents uncles and aunts think not ol Little Teddy In the grave but think ol him In that beautiful home above A IDIEND No Creek Ky July 10 1902 CASTOHAIBtut Yra HanAtars foejhl ctthea pr Boy Weighed 355 Pounds Paducah Ky July uolorate Lane the largest boy ol hlsSfgc In Kentucky if not In th United States Is dead at his home In Ballard conntyf He was fifteen years old weighed 355 rounds and stood six feet high No coffin could be found large enough and a carpenter had to make One He died of typho4 fever J W CATARRHThe treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and C astringent washes lotions salves medicated tobacco and cigarettes or any external or local application is just as senseless as would be kindling a fire on top of the pot to make it boil Tru these give temporary relief but the cavities and passages of the head and the bronchial tubes sooirfill up again with mucus Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh for it checks perspiration and poisonous acids and yapors pass off through the skin are thrown back upon the mucous rnembrarfe or inner skin producing inflammation and excessive flow of mucus mucu or wnicn IsaDsoroeu Into inc orooc nna urrougn we CllCmallOIl reaches every part of the system involving the Stomach Kidneys and other parts of tire body When the disease assumes the dry form the breath becomes exceedingly foul blinding headaches are frequent tire eyes red hearing affected and a constant ringing in the ears No remedy does not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh S S S expels from the circulation all offensive matter and when rich pure blood is again coursing through the body the mucous membranes become healthy and skin active all the disagreeable painful symptoms disappear and a permanent thorough cure is S S S being a strictly vegetable blood purifier does not derange the Stomach and digestion but the appetite and general health rapidly improve under its tonic effects Write us your case and get the best advice free Cook on blood and skin diseases sent on application THC BWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlant Os FRED HALL JIAttempts to Force His Wjfeto I anfLands Mrs Fred Hall of Poplar Itnlfh Mo arrived at Taylor Mines Thurs day of last week to visit her mother Mrs Mary Baker Friday Mrs Halls husband Mr Fred Hall ar- rIved at Taylor Mines and Immediate I ly upon his arrival accused hIs wile I ol infidelity and undertook to force her at the point of a pistol to confess her guilt Mrs Hull refused even under duress to confess herself faithless to her husband and had Mr Hall arrested Depnty Sheriff Flem Stevens brought Hall to Hartford and lodged him in jail Monday Halts case came on to be heard Thursday and the witnesses for the Common wealth failing to appear he was dis chargedWe on Hall at the jail and he told us the following story Last week my wife decided to vis it her mother at Taylor Mines and the day niter she left Poplar Bluffs- parties told me stories of my wifes Infidelity which I was fool enough to believe and I lelt Poplar Blnfls the next day for Taylor Mines When I arrived there I confronted my wife with these stories the truth of which she denied and I drew the pistol on her to make her confess he faults Please say lor me that I am now con vinced that my suspicions ofniy wife were unfounded Mr and Mrs Hall will leave tor their home at Poplar BluflY today State of Ohio city of rJtfc Lucas County Prank J Cheney wake oatHi that he issenlqr partner ot the firraofFJ Cheney Co doing business In the City of Toledo County ad State aforesaId and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dbllaralo r each and every case of CaUVrh tuat cannot be cured by the use of Hall s Catawh Cure Frank J Cfieney Sworn to before me and inBscrlbei I In my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 rlAW Gieason 1 ISEAL I NotarTtnbllcS Halls Catarrh Cure natty and acts directly on the bkxx ratemSend ToledoSold O Halls Family Pills are the best For Sale One Wind Mill in thotowr of Hartford It has been used comparatively littjo If not sold privately before it I will be sold at public action at the Court House do rin Hartford on the first Monday iIi Au ForlarticulalScall or A Df White comrtritteo Hartford Ky tf Tough in Trouble BenNewtona bad mart IromPlnch ecoe tried to take a train Sunday olI the Illinois Central railroad lie hlid been at the Catholic picnic attfhltes vllle and had got a lull tankbf llqUor on leaving the town Just before hie reached Deanfield he became wild and tried to take the train Nobody call do that when Capt Riley Is aboard and be soon had the wild man off and In thehands ol the marshal at Dean field Ills case Is set for trial tomor row Capt Riley has laid off toes r Jy and Judge Atchison will go out to asslstiu the prosecution New ns destination was Fnrdsvlllei but he will not get there for several daysr Inquirer S Cut this out and take It to all drug gists Drug Store and get a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tab eta The best physic They also correct disorders of the stomach Prige 25 cents for sale by all druggists m 1 A Little Fishy Mr Jasper Reynolds a prominent cltizto of Fordsvllle Is sitting In the lrsetrwlthvlslo1s pond Two years ago he bulltui dafo across a ravine neat his house and put in it a few cat fish and thirtysix game fish They have Increased to such an extent that the water Is alive with them although the pond vCrs a quarter ofu acre and Is eIghth feet deep The people pf tbe town and visitors feed the fish to set them cat and Mr Reynolds lies only to watch them grow The largest ol tbe game fish now weigh over a pound and the cat weigh twice as much Nobody think of catching them and no fish have been taken from the pond Inquirer REYNOLDS There wai a party at Mr F M Reynolds Tuesday night In bon r of Mtss Ethel Westerfield of HartforJ Misses Bessie Ltojd Beaver Dam iGcorgle Lloyd Owensboro Emm JettHaynesvllle Ethel Westeifield Hartford Alice Black and Myrtle Lawson were guests of Misses hattie and Rosle Reynolds Monday Quite a crowd attended church atI Zion Saturday Misses Berdle White of Owensbor and Dora Board of this place are VII lUng Miss Hallle Wright of Lyonla this week Louisville Market CATTtK Choice to prime shipping steers6266o Medium to good steers 5 75 6 25 Choice butcher steer 5 35 5 85 Medium to good butchers 4 25 4 75 Common to medium 3 40 3 9r Canners i 50 2 oo hood to choice feeders 4 50 4 75 Common to medium 3 coG 4 15 Good to extra stock steers 3 75 4 50 Common to medium 2 65 3 15 Good to med stock heifers 3 oo 3 25 Plain light mixed stockers 2 25 2 8j Good to choice bulls 3 oa 3 40 Medium to good bulls 2 So 3 oo Choice veal calves v 4 50 5 25 Com to medium calves 3 ooG 4 35 Choice to fancy milch cows 35 000 45 oo Medium to good 25 oo 3D 00 Plain common 15 oo 2500 HOGS Choice packing butchers I 20010300 Ibs 7 75 Med packers 160 to 200 7 50 Choice light 120 to I Go 74q Choice pigs 90 to 120 6 85 7 25 Good pigs 50 to 90 6 Qo68S Roughs 150 to 500 6oo7ocE- HEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping 3 oo 3 25 Fair to good 250Z75 2j5BncksExtra spring lambs 6 25 Seconds 4 25 4 5c Good bnther lambs 3 25 3 75 Common tallend lambs a oo 3 oc TUB GRAIN MARKET f Wheat New No 2 red and long berry 7475 No 3 red and longberrj 7273c rejected 28clesspn leye iJcbessCornNo 2 white 704 No i mixed 68c No2 yellow 699 No 3 white 6710 NO3 mixed 66fc No 3 yellow 66Jc- OatsNo 2 white 570 No i mixed 54c ReNo 2 650- Theprlces for wheat are those paid by dealers the quotations for corn oats and rye are selling prices TUB PROVISIONS MARKET Mess Pork19 00 HamsChoIce sugarcured light and special cure uJr4Jt heavy t medium I2Jr3CBaconClear rib sIdes uJc regular clear sides I2c packed breakfast bacon Mt5c sugarcured shout ders iojcj bacon extra I2 ic LardPrime steam In tlerceal14C choice leaf In tierces Iic intubs i2c pure leaf lent in tierces UJc in firkins 12JC Bulk MeatsRibs sac regular clear sides xa extra short irJc n Long Hair II Abut a year ago my hair was coming out so I bqught- a bottle or Ayerl HaIr lIgor It myhairIs 45 incheS In lenglhMr A Boydston Atchison Kane Theres another hunger than that of the stomach Hair hunger for Instance HuflgryhaIricedsfood- needs hair vlorrAyers This is we that Ayers Hair Vigor always restores color and makes the hair grow long and heavy iiH a Mtii Aiitonfaii U your ItUfgllC cannot npIy 70U send m ono dollund WII TOO a bottle niureandgIthensinqo- tyburiieamt urnAfli5 CO Lowell Uu ft 4 y 5 MA2 IETd IT PLAN 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 air their powers in imitating the good He comes where he knows he can get real value for what he spendswhere they sell at a narrow margin and do a large volume of business f having Serge todate elegant fancy Madras Summer S Invitation to be dressed in accord with the season should come to our store erf airly Skirt Dress Goods will yojj We Can please you in quality and Para Vests Fans Etc are all built to your and we have stockreducing prices on them Broken lots of goods odds ends at a big re duction in If You for Sale to See us- E 1 1 BRO Quarterly Report op TUR Company- At the Close of on Sthe 30th Day of june- 1902iL RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 74030 6j Overdrafts secured 295050DneBanks Due from State Banks and Bankers 2 558 29 f7128 So Banking House and Lot 100000 Other Real Estate 2S 35- Specie 201020 Currency Exchange for Clear ings 11151 567171- 90100CurrentQuarter 66313 Total 9612112 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid lalocash 1510000 Surplus Fund 10945 128361Dnewhich InUrestf not paid 39211 ii Time Certificates deposits on which interest Is paid 39S Total 9612112I Give discretion and how long owned all real estate excepting banking house and lot if any owned longer than five years 2 lots In Fordsvllle ky owned for years 21535 Does amountof of any person company or firm Including lathe liability ol the company or firm the liability or the Individual memb era thereof exceed 30 per eatof paid up capital and actual surplus No Amount of last dividend 604 Were all expenses losses and taxes deducted therefrom before and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the di vidend carried to the surplus fnnd be fore said dividend was declared Yes State ol Kentucky 1 County of Ohio j ss John T Smith Jr President of Fordsvllle Banking Co a Bank lOCa- ted 4jnd doing business on Hertford street in the tOwn of Fordsvllle In said being duly sworn says that the foregoing report Is In all rca pects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of bud ness on the 30th day ofJune 1902 to the best of his and belief and further says the business of said Bank has been transacted at the loca lion named and not elsewhere and that the abjbve report Is made in compliance wlifcand official notice from the Secretary ot State desig nating the 30tu day of June 1902 as the day on which such report shall be made J T SMITH Jr President IKBC ADAIB v J T SMITH Jr Directors- J D COOPER J Subscribed and sworn to before me by John T Smith Jr President the 4th day of Januaty 1972 IKK C ADAIR N P O CoKv Com tuUslon with next ses sob Kentucky Senate J 5 5 5 L r Summer Cohort Consists in a large part in liflhtweigt wellmade Clothing Buy one of our nice Coatsand Vests a lightweight Pants a nice up Straw Hat a pair of uptodateminute Shoes lightweight Underwear the new Tan the comfortable new Collar and one of our elegant Neckties An Everybody wishing Ourstocks comfortable Waist and certainly surprise price Our Slippers Hosiery sols likingi and price Have Good Corn Come 13AIxNES Beaver LtrnS Pordsuille Banking Business 350000 457051 355000 Indebtedness interest Seclaringldlvidend county knowledge received expire Ovcrshirts Price Power and or Buying Genius Male SAM BACHSTHE GREATEST PLACE FOR i DRY GOODS BUYING TO DE FOUND ANYWHERE aa We have an Attractive stock FUll v ofGood Values t4S cs Htjs WeHonestly Believe I That quality considered we JnJscllyg anything yoli need in Dry Goods Car pots or ShoeS at as low a price as fitj Squality goods can be sold for Remcnv ber poor quality Goods are nQt cheap at any price Our first considerationis QUALITXYfKIsfor busipess or Q SAM Mm Moife JARNAGIN WlLLllAMS IaeavcrDaD1KY the ppie money oo their celebrated line ol Canton Farm Iraple tOnugglafullyguarantefdiSonly OrilLwltb a detached lertllizeraadeeedhopper Y Wear county agenU for theXO CaaeEoglnaasndThiesb era includiDg Pea Hullers Weugentl for McCormick Harvesting Machinery such as Binders MowcnCorn Barrett 4t era and Shredders Your patronage is solicited Price tho lowest and quality guaranteed Youri IlespVr A saRNAGIf WlLLIAM BILVlf D EJj IWordthe family of Henry Mnrlow a proml 1 nent farmer who llvisnear tuat place 1 was poisoned by drlnklbg milk a few I days ago Dr Barnhlll was summoned and after vigorous efforts he succeeded in bringing them all out of danger Some of the milk was given to a cat and the animal hat convul alone thought it recovered The aIture of the poison la not kuownIn quirer 4 A Sustaining Diet These are the enervating days I when os somebody has said men drop I by the sunstroke as if the Day of Pita hail dawned They are fraught with s whose systems are J poorly Sustained and this leads us toI say in the Interest ol the less robust of our readerstllat the lull cfTe t p1 Hoods Saria llli lasDchas tq pug gest the propriety otlcalllng dlla m 4 I pqiIcr e JI makes It much easier to bear the t heat assures refreshing sleep anti y will without any doubt aver mnc Rt sickness at thlr time ot year I ftp Cat1 flhj T AND J T61egrafph i COMPANY INC RroUTRti exchanges and toll lInes la Kentqcky IndlaaaNI llppl and its Distant lisa prlnclpalpointaiuthirtyfiveStates sutroundlog yatsableif fnraishfiiF service to pestle Mrng reasoaiblelistasce 1 obtalltelltlitQtcjtfordyv hovp Msiser SSf1- lfii SS1m t J1 kYI1r e h 10a tiq 44rysjiiterri4weis i wJkap iIj e JfJgr1g tg du 5a4 1 tror4SI 1 I 1L IT i 1 Z t 1- L J r g c L IT PAyyOUid vTo scq us and it will please ua to see you during rthom nth of July This particular months tho I timo that all merchants want to greatly reduce I their entire stock of Summer Goods Our stock at I- J 1 this season is larger than wo caro for it to hehence vearogo5ngtomakoa special effort to reduce it b J Slipper Stock Qui regular Priesm6yor125 pporwillclose atlI Our regular f150 Slipper will close at f135 + I Our entire linoof2 Slippers to closest 1C8 I + Our 250 and 300 lines you may hayo at 238 Wash Goods Stock This stock contains some now and beautiful 1 8ty1ogoos that wo aught to get 15c aiid2Oc per 4 I 8rd for MtiucJuW now going at lOc and 15e I OTV 30inch figured Swisses Bheer and dainty a regular 25o qualitya special price of 20c during I July ti We hayo also a boauliful line Trimmings such I as Allover I icdd Apliquo Insertions Swiss Inser I 4 tionfl Qalloon8Ktcat prices which make ourcom r pctitore wondor just how wo can sell them so cheap Millinery Department I f Our great final windup sale in our Millinery I stock will bean important event forJuly Ono 2 z thing remember wo positively do not carry over any stock in this line Cost is ignored Tlioy I must go and will GO at some price Ifyou havent Tr j I bought dont fill to avail yourself of this extraordinary y I moneysaving sale 4Country Produce Etc 4- I yourI3 I I 4UINEthe Bargain Center ff- iI f 44444Dd t4 A Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 18f See Carsea Mba new line of fijie Ka gllah tMAware See the alee reek cakes and crack era at City Reitaaraat City Beitturant II theplace to get yoM ieod hlar to eat H weJlraach will vote on the II qnor qaeMlen AUgust 2 l 0UlIdeeusBd neatness la all thIng wearableMt Caraon ic Gos I HlghMt market price paid for wfct at JW Fbrda Wfier MllU Tweddell mkealgood meal Try hIia I tf K W jacksona Maaoth Photo Teat will be at Fordavllle AagnitB t4 ieeJ Sanaage Dried Beef Ham aad Crackers freak at City Realm V rant You calf always find anythlag you want ia fee Grocery line at Carson 1Co iJ- Ofcoflraeyoat go to the CttjRw tanraat for coM drinks Joe Cream Shelbtt etc Forjhe cdtferated Amea Buggies r the beat vehicle seW la Kentucky See i Alyatayjar Yovwaat your Clothing stylish 4184 to ttjust what we keep f tt cgaoq Co trtkG aMfiddy shim or cheap stuff 3IRbe found here We are unable to x K CARSON k Co Flae atyliih lists for youagttera tOP f football with or to ue for t V haLt caaa CARSON Co V Alt the style anddaah the fashions calHorlatqbehadhere vi CABSONCO v A wild profaalon of modest eflitct la warm weather Shirts at prices from0 p JjctOJI 25 CAH50I CO f ilot feather clotheaibla la the J Month for them and this ia the place tofindlhem CARSON Co J 1 TherIli te grand lcaIc at Sun nydate tomorrow A plaaaant day ty ejttybody who attenfiitfia pros iNtot I o imt Cumberland and Home Tele OM qompaatM are having a scrap It f IIl8qaUca olone 1f the hattea tpot JIlteere et f 4 ITketdforIje BalLCIub will f 7Sfat Cit o1s athe lit J a4p1ae litres hoplaj a- I l b e titM111 wl ThYcelpred loles arebavlng a very t fBt ri camp mtetljigal the Iali I c 1 thlwekILIati crowd 4s fare aUeadlatlulIIlHk laterenH i J fi Ingabown1uthe e lt1gr r J t i Mr S A Anderson is having anew pavement laid la front of his property oa Fox street A party ol Hattfyrdi young people enjoyed a pleasant trip down the river oa the steamer llabo Sunday Per ni needing1 teadrilonea or gravemarkers aihevli see Mr D J Rboada HmpW 6Wfclt4f Sfoaxe During the wM srtd here Wed ne Wi si ilt K We while jtioaiag a WlaW aWWeV had her baud badlytSjj bfriihta PIastererDat the tlrst National soSId That pro greulvc 1MrfutlGI wIll occup Its new qtianeraa iibmf IwVweek Jalf Metved an elegant line of iIrtali colors and qualities You cum help bat H1 11 you look at them CARson Co R r weddellja now rudy to grind your corn Satisfaction guar aateedMill located southend Iron bridge Hartford Ky tf Leave your Laundry at Cleve hers for the Rtchewad fiteaw LiaH4ry- Rett work bretjgit to Hartfera rne charge RAGLAjiDScPATm ta Hoaestmetneda are the groundwork ot our business We are willing to be held strictly accountable for everything we sell you 4 CAasotCo MrfAagellae Duke died at her hpme Ia the Concord neighborhood Saturday and was burled IB theDike burylag ground Sunday Faaeral services were conducted by Rev G J Bean T Mr D Rhoada has sold Mrs Foa ter VwhiteBroBae Monument for the gravy of theJateDr Isaac Foster for 17500 White BroaM la rapidly taking the place ot marblcXand Mr Rhoada selling Is a great number of these monuments Miss Laura Moripa entertained a few of her many friends at supper on Tuesday evening The following were present Waiwfc Belle Morton Floreace Morton and Elizabeth San erfur and Mesais Will Moore Hen I ry Nail aBdJamea DeWeese JJrs D riwIbpTn of Glasgow has arrived at Jlaga to Islt her daughter Mrs D W LlkeBMn- Cawtbora will spend a week wjth her brother Mr Bob Forrester oi this place and visit some ol her old l Mends before tetarBlog ta Glasgow xTheCnmberUwJffelephdaeTel egraph Co his filed nultln the Ohli Circuit Court to enjoin the Rough River Telephone Co from interfering r with its lines by greeting Ita poles al- I certain polutsin Hartford Tke ja I junctioa willbe argued before Jadg Owen at Haweavllleneit week r mic 1IiiW i Dizzy Then your liver Isnt acting well suffer from bilious ness constipation Ayers Pills act directly on For 60 years they have been the Standard Family Pill Small doses cure Anaiiu bsttL1I1II or 4 c 44I a C e N M Interest In our voting contest Ia growing every day One of the can didates sent in thirtyeight votes yes Iterday It la easy to get subscribers for TUiC RRPDDUCAN Get out and see your friends and win a valuable prize A Mr Crabtree assaulted MrR C larnagln on the street at Beaver Dam yesterday bowing Friends sepa rated them before either of them wu hurt rabtree ls-va brother of Mrs Stevens whom Jarnagin la allleged to have insulted last week The old Gnenther frame business house on West Side Court Square has been retsovedand excavations arC clug made for the erection on ita site cia nice brick bnlldlng the Wer rooms and basement of which will beI occupied by the Hartford Publishing Company and the second story willI be a suite of office We receive from week to week communications without the slgna j tare of the writ r We have called attention to this matter frequently and must announce in positive terms that we shall under no circumstances hereafter publish a communication unsigned by the writer We shall withhold the name of the writer when desired but It mutt accompany the article It will be a waste of time stamps and stationery to violate this mtcok okcL R MeetititoRailroad talk rev ed in Hartford and upon the arrival la Hartford Wednesday of Mr Anal tage 01 Philadelphia the talk began in earnest and last night the cltl tens ol Hartford met to discuss the matter from a business standpoint The matter was thoroughly discussed by oar citizens and all sides were heard la the matter Hartford certainly needs a railroad and we are heartily la favor of the proposition to connect ua wltn the outside world by railroad Aa oar town ia just now undergoing quite a business boom we feel confib dent that our people will take the matter and push it to a comple lion Notice to Taxpayers I or one of my deputies will be at the following places oa the dates mentioned below All claims of5I and under that have been certified to me on the taxbook will be paid by me All claims over 5 are to be paid by the county treasurer lam compelled to settle every thirty days with the county treasurer Common with your caab as the time Iatoo late fore to come to aceyon Beds Saturday August 2 Heflln Tuesday August 5 Bulord Wednesday August 6 JeW Run Thursday August 7cRalphs Store Friday August 8 Fordavllle Saturday August 9IMagaa Monday August 11 Deaufield Tuesday Aug 12 Shreve Thursday August 14 Narrows Friday August 15lOI tbn Saturday August flBizetownCromwell Thursday August 21dRoslne Friday August 22CCentertpwa Tuesday is Wyaez Wednesday August 13tRockport Thursday August 54h IISUnQulePoint PleasantTueadayAugust 19 Beaver Dam1 Taeaday August is 141Hevery week BCAtxrNEVA BARTIET 1 a Lodged In Jail Hereckarred With S the Terrible Critic of i I Infanticide Eva Bartlett waa lodged in jail here Wednesday for safekeeping to ans wer an Indlctmetft the Ohio Circuit Court charging her with the crime of I killing her own offspring near here I aomellme ago Mrs Bartlett waa former1yMIHI Eva Long and lived with her parents about two miles East of Hartford Sometime in March of the present yeari a neighbor of the Longs was air tempting to water his horse at theelI der Longs well and alter down the well bucket discovered the dead body of a baby inthe well The Coroner was notified who held an In quect over the dead bOdy with there suit thaUKta Long was charged by the grand jury at itS nut tltlug with the murderotbecbild- Sbqrtly afterward the moved to Davleaa ciity where Eva inr ned a man named Mrtlett who ws alto were 1nfonncda ormer citizen I oftklattA abort tlitiIe Ohio county anthorlU wilt for the arrest of Mrs Bartlett to the Sheriff ot Davles county who arrested her- at her neiBje oa the Hartford road about two Mlles front Oweflaboro i t Tuesday nighCpaad brought her here Wednesday i H N 4 t + 4t I t Ut DE8PERRTE WORK f Of a Masked and Hooded Mot at Owensboro NoiEtfort Made by City or Coun ty Officials to Save the Life of the Prisoner or Good Name of the City About 2 oclock yesterday morning a masked and hooded mob ol about forty men took Josh Anderson from theJO wensboro Jail and hanged him to the frame work of the city scales One night lat week Anderson went to the home oi his wifes lather where his wife was staying after de serting him a few days before and calling her from her room shot her three times from the effects of which she died ate hours later Alter shooting his wile Anderson carried her to a bed and laid her down and asked her If he could do anything lor her She replied that she wanted to see her baby who was aleepinglipstalrs Ander son rushed up stairs and brought the baby down and laM It on the bed beside Its dying mother Audersod then told his wire that he wasgolng kill himself but went Immediately to police headquarters where he surrendered himself and was sent to all lie gave no excuse for the act except that he loved the woman and that her people would not let her live with him The killing occurred Tuesday of last week but strange to say the mob put off Its workfor ten days The Messenger says groups of men were seen about the neighborhood of the Jail Wednesday night darting frequently into the saloons but no effort seems to have been made by the to protect the life of the pris ner or uphold the dignity 01 the law I Messrs Clarence Armendt and Albert Cox will open up a general store at Dundee In about two weeks These mea are hustling energetlng citizens and should be given a liberal patron age AH Old Feckord The following ia a copy of the flret Indictment overdrawn theOhlo Cir cuit Court It will be observed that the indictment charges the accused an offense no longer punishable y indictment Commonwealth Kentucky CountyCcdrt j Circuit Court April term eighteen hundred and twea three The Jurors of the Grand Jury empanelled and worn to inquire in and loir the circuit aid county aforesaid upon their oaths aforesaid in the name and by the authority of the Commonwealth afore said present that Detach Austin late of said circuit yeoman at the circuit aforesaid OH the ia day of April eigh teen hundred and twenty three was drank by the excessive use of ardent splrlta contrary to the form of the statute ia such cue made and provid ed and against the peace and dignity f the Commoawealtk aforesaid Information given by Richard Duke nd John Stevens of the Grand Jniy D L MOHBISON Foreman DecliadTbe Call Dr R II CrosiGeld has written a etter to the Christian churchat louis Web from which be received a very attering call to the pastorate ex eHiDg his tbqnkg but respectfully ag This Is good newstoDr- rosifields many frlendala this city and States He la oae of the leaders of he Christian church la the state and is removal would be aerlona lose to I The beat liniment for strains Mr V H Wells at Deer Park oig Island N Ysaya I always recommended Chamberlains Pain alm as the best liniment for strains used It last winter for a Severe lameness In the aide resulting from strata and was pleased with the quick relief and cure It effected For sale by all dpigglsts a oronXAl4Ht IleuM CCNlJ JINGO Mrs Angellne Duke died at her home near Concord last Saturday and was barfed Sunday Funeral service conducted by Rev G J Bean Rev BF Jenklaa filled his regu tar appointment at Concord Sunday Rev Ramoas of Dear Horton preached a very instructive sermon to the Jingo peopje last Sunday Mrs Belle Abram wife ol George Abram who has been sick for some time at her mothers at Sulphur Spring la verymnch improved and will retain home In a few days Mr CI li Armnendt and wile of Dundee have been visiting relatives iuDavleMcounty Mr BIrkhead of Qweaabpro Vaa out in thta section this week r 6ASTORIAFor Infants and Children Thi KM YM Havi Always Iweht f Dears v thed jSignature f hI J c I ABQUTPEOPLEr i MIssI3 saljPaIr la visiting In Da vies county Mr Thomas Batter ishreve was in town Tuesday Mr Charlie Talley R sine was ii Iowa Wednesday Mr Ed Barrass Taylor Mines we in town yesterday frJ D Beasley oi Roslne we In tpyn Wednesday MrJ B Miller of Sunnydale call ed In to Bee na Monday Miss Martine Bennett la visiting friends at Beaver Dam Mf Cicero Smith Fordavllle wail In Qwenaborq Tuesday MrM L Heayrln waa in Owens boro the first of the week Mr Robert Haynea Oweaaboro was in Fordsvllle Tuesday Mr Joseph Petty ol Barretts Ferry wu in towa Wednesday Sheriff Cal P Keown was at the Whltesvllle picnic Saturday Mr Clarence Keown went to the Wblteavtlle picnic Saturday Mss PeteKisalnaer JiSgo filled on us yesterday I Mrir Miller of Select gave na a very pleasant call yesterday MrsJF Vickers and baby arc visiting friends at Sacramento Mr W F Stevens of No Creek was amomg our callers yesterday MrCharile Wedding of Sulphur Springs gave us a call Wednesday Miss EvaAllen Concord Is spend lug theweek with Miss Geneva York Mr James DeWeese spent Sunday and Monday with his mother at Tri IcrSMrs T II Faught of Oweusboro la visiting friends in the county this weekMessrsT S Marks W II Barnes and J a Glenn were in Qweaaboro Tuesday Miss Cora Klmbley of Smallhonse ia visiting Miss Maude Klmbley Owensboro Judge WII Barnes and Mr J S Glenn were in Evansvllle the first of the week Mrs Julia Wedding and daughter Miss Georgia attended the picnic at Whltesvllle Saturday Mr c D Portwood of Lexington visited ila slater Mrs Dr AF Stan ley Saturday and Sunday Mrsjee Chlnn has gone to Ekron Meade county to visit her slater She will be gone abo t two weeks Mrs A M Barnett and daughters MUaef brlne and Amelia May are vlaltl deads In Owensbo- roMrjUmCoxJrand sister Mis- sI5beIited1fICn4s at South ca- rrlUoi Saturday and Sunday jirjfeies Sallen er has returned MaryItMrXlfred JJskrldge anItwlreoof OBlsvIJje were the guests of Mr ya liter Mrs G B Will lams Snnday MisseS Mat le Maddox and Nannie Jahn vjrno fiavc been visiting friends at Beaver Dam retained to their homes at Oaspqro Tuesday Mr Thos P Archer advertising manager Seven Hills Chatauqua Owe boJo called on us Tuesday af tefndon Mr Archer hone of those pleasan young men a meeting with whom forms a pleasant memory tit and Mrs Heber Matthew snd Mr and Mrs J II Thomas will at tend the presa meeting at Owenaboro next week They will leave Monday noafl for Louisville spend Monday night In that city and go to Owens boro TUesday morning on the special press train over the Texas road OATOBX3 stkiltI Ibi YH Hm Unit Bif r SIIROADER SCHOOLHOUSE Mr J D Johnton from near Sul phur Springs visited this place last Sundi1t ment at this place last Mr B W Boawell weather town Monday on business tyr E C Acton who has been llvjng ln Owensboro for some time has moved to this 1a Mri4b WLlkeBsTwjJohas been very w ol consumption for some time is np better There was a moonlight picnic giv en at Mr Z C Schroader lat Saturday night that was enjoyed by all present Mr John Nix and family are visit lug relatives Jn Hancock1 county at this writing Settle will Attend the Old Folks Caneyvf1leIGreen Ky July G 1902 Judge Owen Dangherty Caneyville Ky Dear Owenin reply to your koit invitation ofJune 30 to be pres cut and address the Old Folks Reun loa on July 19 I will say that I will be on baridat the time indicated and will try to make you a nonpolitical address on such tem as I way be able fci select Your Friend v wn SETTLE 411 Jurors Pay Increased Deputy Marshal James this morn tug received notification from the at torney general to beffcct that the- iawpased4y the last congress in- crtangthe pay of federal jurors from tovJ3perJday Isnow In efiect and wilt be observed by the courts In thet t luture t v t f Catarrh IIIa constitutional dlioate drlglnates In a scrofulous condition of Ibo blood and depend on that condition It often causes headache nOd dlitlnoii Impairs too tate smell and hearing at Sects the vocal organs disturb the stomach always radically and permanently 11curro by too bloodparlflag alterative and tonic action of Hoods Sarsaparilla This great medicine has wrought the moit dependlnS51000I rius arauU4 uUurtlc DICK JARNAGIN Postmaster at Beaver Dam and Twice a Representative Accused of an Unpardonable Sin Against Womanhood that Indicates Insanity The citizens of Beaver Dam were severely shocked Thursday night of last week by the report that RCJar nagln postmaster at that place and twice a representative ol Ohio county la the State legislature had gonetothe home of Elvla Stevens while Stevens was away and grievously insulted his wife It is reported thatwhea Mrs Stevens failed to respond to Jams gins Insulting advances and he had gone away that he came back again and tried to effect a forcible entrance at the rear door Mra Steyeaa Is said to be approaching motherhood and waa so shocked at Jrnagill unwarranted conduct that she had to have the attention of a physician Friday morning Marshal Stevens went upstairs to Jarnagina room and arrested him on a charge of using in suiting language to a woman Upon account of Jarnagina real or feigned sickness the Police Judge of Beaver Dam went to the room of the Accused where he pleaded guilty to the charge and waa Cned 1500 The citizens of Beaver Dam were ao wrought up over the affair that Jar naglna friends did not believe It safe for him to go upon the streets for several days Friday Stevens came here and brought suit against Jarnagln for Mooo damages Jarnagina offense Is mitigated only by the fact that on account of serious lung trouble which has greatly impaired his physical condition he has been drinking pret ty freely for some time wkgfc had perhaps affected his mental faculties Up to this unfortunateincident farnagin had been a man of unimpeachable charicter a- Miss Annie I ewls who has been sick for a long time died yesterday at H oclock and will be burled at Oakwood cemetery today at 3 oclock pin 0 All who use Atomizers in treating nasal catarrh will get the beat rerilt Irons Elya Liquid Cream Balm Price Including spraying tube 75cts EI1IiIroir900Mesarbottleaofyour Liquid Cream Balm to 14r5Dclac1taltcused the two bottles giving him wonderful and moat satisfactory re suIts Gao W McDopp Pharma cist Htrse Stolen Stolen from my farm near Beda on the night of lalYl8 one dark bay nearly brown mare about eight years old about 15 hands and oae lack high black mane and tall white around ankle of left hind foot Lame periodically in left hind foot a few white hairs In forehead A reward of Jzsoo will be given for the return of the mare to M W BAUNABD Bed Ky There la no Use suffering with that cough that baa worried you all Spring and seems to hold on in the Summer You can atop It If yon will only take advice you see here and use Ra mons English Cough syrup You can get It for 35 cents ra Another Accised of Kfliir feer Child Owensboro Ky July xMms Eva artlett the wle ot SamBartlett wasahrestedbiEe today on a beach warrant from obfo county for killing her infant child She la a alater oi Field Lour who was shot by a woman here a few days ago She will YoSborL Th above signature Is on tb urevery bottle of the tea OWlllLSPIICtC babya friend from birth until be hIS his eeth All druggists I CERALVO Mra William Fnlkersoa Louis vllle ia visiting relatives near here Rev W H Miller Ortiz Kyi preached here the first Sunday aad baptized two candidates Miss Mary Milder Rockrxut spent last week here Mra Etta Bennett Livermore vial ted her parents here laat week MrJ C Reid of the firraol Re14 iStorton haa sold his Intenttln the iiwe to Mr Morton Mr Gilbert Bennett Livermore spent Sunday erf Mrs A J Wood and Misses Mettle Vood and Jessie Nonrse are visiting relatiyesln MorgantoWn Mr W D Barnard who haa been quite itckfo meeeoIIraprov lor s Is c bll1C M + + 3U4rn+ lH44u Suggestions FOR SUMMER WEAR Lawns OrgandiesSwisses Persian Lawns Challies Girdle Corsets Straw Hats J BatistesSilk Paris Muslins Skirts Silk Nets a Waists Underskirts Summer Hosiery Fine Silks Dress Goods Parasols V Belts Brooches Ties Fan Chains 1 V Fans Lockets SummerCorsets Belt Pins Fobs Hose New Lace Lace The above are very for hon warm and you will find yourself pleased when you come and inspect our lines as we are certain to you in to stylo and price The New and Novel are always shown by us tho first and at tho very lowest Let us help you save some HftHff ttH + uItt+ HH + ft r iMaiCM CJwoek Wkt eM UI 14 pwiD4 faIIe to da kI tIthi bfl 1M Wo aivtz poa TIM rH IOMUpSCS F14ite kn- s sna IM iw 1M u- 5ookrad Mia Nmi wwtr lb rib- ip I- piiMIM smi Si 4M fcf 4ty MM eMM utlM Mr uwdlatty tad pI wtl to btfat ytM BalikilMa Buipl frMi Ite uto For sale by J H Williams Ky ROCKPORT- Mr K j of Beaver Dam was in this city on businessMr Lameg of was in this city the litter part of last week on buslnesa Mr W McDowell of Evanavllle was in this city the last of last week representing Clifford Hardware Co of St Louis MrI IL LasS of ia in town today representing the Akin Bnklae Mimag Co of Mr S DDempay pnbliaherjofthe News baa returned iront Leltchfield The miners of the U M W ol A of district No 23 will meet la Harrel Bros limit in this city on the 24th ofJuly to adjust tome between them and the district officials oftkeUMWofAp Mr S D Dempsy will go to Lenis vllle tomorrow July 16 in behalf of the NeWs Co Neiot uteppea gall UsIa wittr ajitnaa been broken Into four times in the last ten days and every thing Mr Henry Strowther of Rochester waa in town Tuesday apt J G Keown ot Consumption can be cured Itsiseds help Doctors say =S continue its uie veB Ilil hot If you bire not tried II send for free umptc SCOTTa DWNIfCbCIIII 40941 itad 61fttolc tZfIW Yqrko t JOOIr Skirt FansNovelties Summer Suits ChiffonsS Negligee Shirts- Underwear Dimities Half Leather Belts- Suspenders GIoves Handkerchiefs Light Underwear Silk TY Gloves Laces S Gallones Appliques Curtains Mattings Window BHndsr CarpetsRugs Notions Etc i articles needful things weather easily please regard things thing prices MoneyV Economy tll Dry Goods StoreI + + + tutl1Htii UUIousau 4- invalid Ii Ie ywoTONicpcurrrs I S S M M Druggist Hartford McKeaney yesterday Evansville Evanavllle Bvaasvllle Rockport grievances Rockport Publishing demolished Hart- fordDOCTORSC NatUalonewonhtolt iqulsioqfl weatherS 4 Mitts 15he 1JA1l0iSi w yMrIn town Tuesday- Messrs J G Williams and Joe TIN ford have gone to Chicago Mr Harr Monroe of Leltchfield was In town Tuesday oniaslnew- Mr R M Thornberry waain town I Tuesday representlrg Montenegv Richm Music Co of Owensboro r Scmmer complaint ia nnnaoally prevalent among children thfa Season A ll developed CUd the writers flmlulcured last week by the NUme4yuaeof Ckil8MrtaltS Colic ud Cholera and DlarrhoeaRemedy oae of the best pit nt medicines man efactared and which is always kept oa haM at the home ole scribe This ia not intended as a free pall for aotadvertlscwltlll1l who may not be within easy reach of apt5Ii No faintly should be twtu i bottleof medicine in theBoa Specially in summer time 4 4byIIiPartlCllmeuforrnilaiuS of money Itkyaa excellent ntvof interest write aa for particular A resident solicitor twanted Pennsylvania Improve fie meat lavaalmeal Co70J Baer Building Reading Pa 41 I am using a box el Chamberlalai Stomaqh ftLIver Tableta aid Had Y them the beat thing for my atomack I ever sisdsiys TWRoblnsoa Jaa tlce of the feace Lcomls MIekIThese Tablets not oply correctdia orders of the stomach but regulate theliyer and bowels They sssay to take andpletsant IB effect Pee bT11dnsnstJl J S j t I i II lL r t f I 1 J C =FZ I aJ W s Ms = it Ir I re l- CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind YouHaveI Always Bought Bears the- Signature I of In- Used For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TNICINTaUR Y YR 1m Our Voting Contest GIVEN AWAY FREE0 Wo are going to give a LADIES GOLD WATCH guaranteed for twenty years Elgin Movement to tho most popu lar Lady Teacher in Ohio County Also an Al BUGGY to tho most popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County The patrons of TilE REPUBLICAN shall determine tho Con test in tho manner following For each 2 5C in Cash paid on subscription to TILE REPUBLICAN ho shall be entitled to cast one vote for a Lady and ono 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 are entiled to in plain figures on the Coupon and send it to tins paper Tho contest will be in care of a committee to bo appointed by the County Superin tendent The ballots will be opened and counted by the committee and tho property transferred to the winners on the first day of the Ohio County Teachers Institute which will f bo told the first or second w ok in October OO FOtNVotes for Miss as the most Popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County jKfor Mr J r as the most popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County I Signed t PO Now is the Time to Buy a E31ggy cr SlrceyI Ifyou want the BEST buy an AMES It has stood tho test of time Built of timber bought from home people Bodies all made in our own factory by skilled workmen Our guarantee is therefore of some value Now Styles and Fresh work can always be found at OU- TGeneral Agents A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky t CAPACITY of our Factory 20000 Finished Vehicles per annum t t FAAMES A COiOven boro sy COLLINS SALOON1 HAR I Handles tho REST and PUREST VhiislhtYinos and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old WS Stone a apd Old International specialties i Bock Beer Bock Beer B Be COLLINS COs IfYou Want To keep posted and otherwise wellinformed subscribe for r Tlie Republican And get all the news all the time D U ykam ri4a w Hartford Republican r FRIDAY JULY 18 Illinois Control Rallroad Tlmo Tablo New time curd taking elJd Sunday Dee J 100 nt noon North found Month Itonnd NoIIInoTem NolrldaaltlraxaNo 10201082411 m No till due 2tt I la Kultluei30i ui No 191 iIaeS5i Ii- iloenl rteIRisI- Noltldoertuam tfolM dael67 pm- B n VAXUETKI Agent c s ul- DNIOoug Ira TuueUvoa UN- to lime gds br a nlts UMPTION Thorns of a Lost Letter rev AllTIE UAtilRJtrI1 LION Situated on tbe Kentucky river was a quaint bnt lovely little village that seemed to bold a charm torah mortals whom to its virtuous soil did visit According to the popula tion and industry ol this little town it should not be termed a village but owing to its grins beauty and sjm plicitv it was so called The constant life and sunshine of this place was due to the tact that its inhabi tants were people possessing quail ties that are most necessary to lead mans life near the point of perfection They were generous and christian like toward one another therefore happiness seemed to reign in every home The village was principally built on a slight and extensive slope toward the West thus presenting the peaks of its beautiful cottages in a complete theatrical form Lofty trees and flower gardens which perfumed the cool breezes sailing from the clear stream that hugely flowed at the base of the slope were interspersed very lovely among the buildings The river just curved sufficiently to em brace the town and its seeming al fection wAs returned with love by many lads and lassies when having approached its flowery banks and ventured out upon its waters for amusementGlenn was considered the most beautiful girl of the village She was fair of lace had dark round eyes that showed a tenderness wher ever they gazed and soft black hair waving around her oval face Others might have been as lovely were i not for her sweet disposition thai seemed to charm and love all whom sheigBet consequently she had man admirers She now having seen nineteen summers had never met one whom she really and truly loved Up this age her life had been one 01 joy and sunshine Her school stud les had been her Tile companion tc which she showed much devotion but was to graduate within a short time Months passed and her diploma was neatly framed and hanging 1 tbe most convenient place to receive her glances while In her cezy room meditating oer the joyful days that were gathered and bound by this cer tlficate never more to return Pride would reign within her heart altbo not her nature to be vain when deep Iy thinking of tbe great problem that were solved with her busy handi and by applyingher attentive mind Realizing her freedom she made frequent strolls to the river her favorite place in childhood The sun w always sinking low casting a golden hue over tbe elements when she most desired to take her dally walk Many days passed In this manner without noticing anything but ordi nary occurrences but within he mind there seemed the light of anoth er land To her the world appeared wider and nature was drawing scene before her bright eyes that bad never been painted The birds In a sweeter tone the grass and flowers were more beautiful This change filled her with astonishment but only Imaging it to be the result of ones mind when having received its free domOnce more alone she sought her happy place by the riverside Seeing a small skill the thought entered her mind How pleasant it would be to venture Into tbe water and row awhile Bravery was one of her traits and tn fact most always did according to her notion Without hesitating the skiff was sailing gorlously conveying its gleeful rower to her inevitable woe When almost ready to turn home word she was shocked with ear as the dark clouds were being carried furiously by the aid of a powerful wind Far down the river a lonely scene appeared similar to hers but after drawing a little nearer she discovered the rower to be one of the stronger sex Bravery was still leading her and hurriedly she labored with anx iety to the landing More furious grew the storm so the young man was making strong efforts jreach her realizing much danger At last without further warning the aklff rocked most too far to resume its position She sad ly uttered God help met Farewell mother home and friends Now the rushing waves swayed er her helpless form The man viewing the horrible scene rowed store rapidly and+ at lest reached where she sank tie stood with Intense Sears awaiting her return once more Inst as he fancied a struggling sound her pale face peeped from beneath lend soon she wad clasped in strong arms tho nncqn sclous rescued from he struggles of r jo Cra ttatery firaVC Ta him hcVei ftp = petted d more loVely lit tidhb eht creature thus In the struggles of death lie safely bore the helpless one to the shore and rejoiced as life was slowly making her sweet ap peararce once more At the time of the accident the storm had reached Its most dangerous period and by the time they were on shore all was calm lie watched her every movement and finally two In nocent eyes opened to him for the first time Thus sbeawoke to find herself rescued from the rolljng bed which all through life she had adored Filled with wonder at this stranger she faintly but softly said I owe you a debt that I can never never pay May God bless yoa1 t thoughtBe ing gained her usual strength they departed she trodded toward her village home while he was swiftly row- Ing to his journeys end Having been in her room some time she thought more seriously ol tbe great change that so constantly haunted her of late Silently she thought and wondered if one was happy if deeply in love What a nonctnslcal idea she replied and avoided harboring such again This stranger whom she happened to meet was a successful lawyer In a medium tired city He was tan and considered rather handsome Had light soft hair that glistened with the brightness of his blue eyes which cast a beam of sunshine over Ills countenanceHe time was spending the summer months during vacation with a wealthy uncle of blwho was tbe owner of the most beautiful coun try home in fhat section which wee about two miles up the river irons the villageWhen this gentleman Hugh Well ington arrived from his trip he related his sad bnt fortunate story to the family From his description they judged this young lady he had saved to be Miss Barr as they knew her from childhood He questioned his aunt in many ways and from her answers it seemed to him that the little stranger was a model of perfec tion He retired to his room for the nigh but the image of that drowning girl was before his eyes and sleep had vanished Hours passed and fie nally consolation visited him at the thte next day Morn dawned and all nature seem hye e flowers How he longed the hour to arrive for him to sail toward the one he loved at fint sight When the sun was just above the horizon Miss Barr had resumed herI place by the river but shuddered at the thought clever venturing alone again She laughed at her braveness the day before as Well as she remem wasnseeehim again While deeply interested In arrang ing a pretty boquet of wild flowers she looked up and saw Mr Welling ton landing a little boatuI must pretend as tho I do not see him Wonder if he is the heroof yesterday accident He advanced near her and says Surprisingly strange that we have chanced to meet at this place again asYes Indeed but much more pleas ant than the fearful time of our first meeting Do you nut think so she exclaimedI the day more beautiful but the aweeteat deed of my life was yoursrAnd is it possible you are the one that carried me out of tbe river she smilingly replied To be sure Do you not recog nize rat Iwould have known your face anywhere Perhaps its very true but you had tbeadvantageot me didnt you Sure I did but lets nottalk of this It makes my heart shudder but I must say again I am so proud you livingHe himself beside her on a little mound and all at once exclaim ed Pardon me for not having intro duced myself to pool My name is Wellington Hugh WellingtonPray- tell me your name sweet Miss Glenn Barr she trying to conceal amtachlevonasniilel They related to one another the history of their past lives uAenjoy ed conversing very much It bad now begun to grow late the arose to go home Are you goIng so soon said laugh Yes I must return at myN usual poor lie stood all confused longing to say something but dared not tos peak Finally as she was turning to leave be gathered courage enough to say Miss Barr I should be delighted to call at your home tomorrow evening Will yqu refuse me Certainly not I shall be pleased also lie gently clasped her white hand and bade her Good byelIs she turned in order to conceal a blush ingjmlle The next day found her tinusnally happy and arranging things In the meat fascinating manner for the ar rival of her new caller was her profound delight to recelveWji4er tarn her guests which was most assuredly done witha charming grace Her costume for the evening was off pale pink muslin richly trimmed with dainty applique The dress was justlow enough to present the ronnd ness other neck which wia bound t b a bealiUHlIbbfca breJehted to hit HI the time of ttaluaUouby her best girl friend Her cheeks were the Im age of the pink rose carelessly placed amid berdarkcurls leer lover was just at the point of leaving his uncles home when to him was carrieda letter potted from his home town which was several hundred miles away Carelessly noting Its contents be slipped it Into his pocket and was driving rapidly overthe gravel road toward the dear est one In alt the world to him Heat last arrived and received a pleasant greeting which resulted in a cheerful seat on the sofa Religion and politics were discussed to the ut most of their ambition without grow- Ing angry angry dIOering in opinion This mattered very little with Mr Wellington as he came thereto discuss another subject but how was Heaver to win her love was a question that propounded him dally Itwas growing late and Hugh realize ed he must know his fate very soon let it be clouds or sunshine Suddenly he said Darling hare you ever realized how dear jou are tome How my heart burns with love that can never be smothered only by the films of death I have loved you and you1 only ever since I first saw you You are the pride of my life I simply adore you Sweet heart are you willing to share my joys and sorrows Will you be my own little wilt The earnestness of his voice was deeply planted in the heart of this lovely girl who had in silence loved him for sometime There was a pause and she softly replied You are my first love and I am willing to Share your lire but em- I not too young to marry He placed his arm around his love and saiduVou will be twenty within a few days no never refuse met One who would willingly lay down his life lor the sake of you Touched with sympathy thejlttus flowed from her dark eyes as she murmured It is true you risked your life for me I will sacrifice all for you If necessary I would die for youTime was only a fleeting wing to these happy youths yet they must soon depart lie drew his loving sweetheart near him placed a din mond ring on her finger kissed her gqod night and was soon traveling homeward believing his joy complete She watched him till the last andre turned to the sofa thinking as she ex amined her new ringuNo angel could be more pure and true than tbe soul of her lover Hardly had this thought settled In her mind when on the floor she dis covered something like a letter through examination she found it was and a most loving one besides This letter was the same one Hugh received on leaving to call that even Ing and from some cause had slipped from his pocket It read thus uMy Darling Betrothed Your absence makes me more lonely all tbe time Wheo will you be home My trousseau Is finished and all prepara tions are complete The attendants and I are awaiting your arrival Your loving ELIZABETH Shocked and horrified was poor Glenn and for several moments rested in silence pale from the pings of of cruelty She arose walked the floor repeating I am decelvedl lam deceived Cruel Ipyer I will never see him again in tact I will arrange matters to that cfiect I will at once write to him and say cannot see him tomorrow evening Going to her room and sitting at her desk she wroteMr Wellington I shall not eni deavor to see you tomorrow evening at set time Hope this will be no disappointment to youI remain C GrjjNN To her deceitful lover as she be- lIeved she hurried this note quickly by a little boy who made such er rands At receiving this cool note he was surprised with grltf He knew something was wrong terribly wrong Needing no reply the boy returned home whistling unconscious of the two unhappy fouls for whom be had just made a friendly errand Tbe much alarmed girl remained in her room and at this time was very unhappy My firttsoriow I wish I had never seen him He saved my life add has now blighted it forever Far better It would have been had he Irtmeslhk into the watery grave where no sorrow would reign That cruel letter has pierced my heart with many thorns she sadly exclaimed All day her lover was miserable with anxiety and jealous fear Qe vowed be would See her In spite of all fate before sleeping that night Dark found him entering thegate at the home of his sweetheart The lackey boy ushered him inand learned that Miss Barr was wanted Shortly af terward his eart entered the room very unconcerned and poke rather coolly He said to her feeling a little an gry at her appearance Darling I have come to you for an explanation Will you inform me She replied Maybe I will If in my P JPraynote What possessed you to write such a thing Instead of answering she handed blithe letter she fpund Glancing at It he remembered the one he read on leavlnjhls uncles This J S Waa a trick played by his CoUiln bUt got up in perfect form even posted and stamped This was his twenty fifth birthday that the trick was played lie knew he was epgnged to toexPlalulthlsbutanccetded than ever and were to be married one week from that day Her father wits dwelling above but she had a loving mother who gave her In grief but in peaceThe wedding day arrived and tbe little home was beautlfullydecoratedB for the came they marched On Flowery Beds of Base relieved of the althornsI proud steamer over that fearful but lucky place which to them had brought fountains of happiness now tracing them to their future home Southern Railway Throat Kl htnrtSoitbmStat- KENTUOKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIRGINIA North CAROLINAGEQR GIAaBd MISSISSIPPI uurUH Thte Daily 1lantreat T1U kid IMlBrtoi Obtrrtloi Chair Care JJHtIlllooU Central lullrotll and 1JlAtLIt14 FOIlalorlDaUoaddrNC A VisDoxrfcT A til 4th AT LoolitUKt WwIi TITLOK AMUtant 0 P A IxmUTlU I Tb UlSUEailmy HENDEESON ROUTE Are preparing to do a large excursion business from July 31it to AugultI 12th from all points on their the new Ovrcnsboro Chautauqua Nothing like It has ever come to Kentucky For twelve days tho very best and most attractive Chautauqua features are to be placed in the beau I tiful Seven Hills Park near Owens boro which is almost bounded by this popular line of railway Every good taste has been catered to There will be popular lectures by Gen Gordon Gen Wheeler Dr MacArthur Gov Bob Taylor W H Sears Mrs Borer of the Ladies Homo Journal Miss Ellen M Stone the ransomed missionary Lieut Hobson Dr John MacNeil the Scottish Spurgeon andt scores of otben and every dayand every evening will be given a series of tbe most delightful entertainments consisting of everything from slight of hand and jugglery to 1 ho highest class of popular music and moving picturesFarmers and their families will be especially Interested in the coming of John M Btahl Secretary of the Na tional Farmers Congress and every evening a great pyrotechnic display will be given by LaRoses electric fountain tin feet larger than the one shown at the World Fair Remember that the Henderson Route the most popular passenger line in Kentucky will give you full and complete information about the additional features of this assembly through any of their agents or you can write to tbe Superintendent o the Cljautauqua W G Archer Ow ensboro Ky and he will send you a special booklet containing fall in formation as to camping and living prigileges and tbe complete program L J Irwin G P A LOWRATES S- WESTs VIA Oe SW0 San Francisco noTudm ACCOUNT DIBNNIAU MEETING KNIOHTS OF PYTHIAS TWktU UltMKlJ Maud tit to Ith Uctiilt SALT LAKE UTAH BENEVOLENT PROTECTIVE OR DER ELKS Tlrk U IU U flat Aaxoit S to t IadulnlsN For particular ilMplig tar pte rail 01 gut rfb O SVVo-raddress tb iidtnlmtd DP MCCARTY CIralllfrApt- CIdnIIOOI R S BROWN DUtrltt 1MMngrr Alp at- Lo1lUlq KA NEW THROUGH LINE ftTMCKMII31llil A- ltOCHICAGOA new through ear line has been established fur the entire distance over the Illinois Central betwfeea belarviifrom Bvansvllle to Mattoon formerly apart of tbe P D B Ry The services is as follows NORTH BOUND Daily Bx Sun Iv Bvansvile 730 pm 730013 Ar Chicago 7ooam 7oopra SOUTHBOUND Daily Ex Sun Chicago 8 40 pm 8joam 805 am 550 pm Through sleeping cars on night trains and through free reclining chair ars on day trains Tickets x l your local ticket agent for Conallpallen remnlJrotLdlceudchlWnnseltpromlWtabra IeeUr hatmiu clrcltmtaotxa lit lee e Mountain Chautauqua Mountain Lake Park Mary land On tho Crostof the Alloghany Mountains Unquestionably the most superb and sensible summer resort In Amen ca 2800 feet above sea level f3Sor 000 Invested In Improvements audI still the plan retains Its charming simplicity Five hotels and 100 cottages open for boarders at reasons ble rates This resort is the site of the Mountain Cbautanqna and summer schools end of the great Cbantauqna Itself and is annually via ited by thousands of persons who are strengthened in mind by the unex- celled facilities afforded for education al work and invigorated In body by the health gluing lr fluence for which this paradise of the mountains is famous Excursion tickets may be obtained over the B O SouthWestern from June lit to September joth good re 1903SpedellqAugust for the Cbantanqna and other gatherings Information about at tractions entertainments summer school sessions etc will be furnished In reply to Inquiries addressed to 1 A Rudisall Mountain Like Park Maryland nor Information on the subject ol rates and time of trains apply to Ticket Agents B St Or SW R R or tbe undersigned R S BROWN Dist AJ4tLodllvlller o P McCARTY- Genl Pmr A- lfteClllelaaati Ohio o aet J tNEBfrIsri CRWfdr 1Dl11rfliWi f iJ59hor71ran 7iJtlhlllnF S lf V tedylog IYfgrllr4SOTCB eiporltnced teochtn ash OH a iperlalkt In bh llni OradnaU ol Ibte cfclltjr prrfrmd by unhorse boar we are now la our new home neareat corner detbnd am Walnut itFMt tha floral and boot arranged echool building la the Sooth Individual Infraction Reboot lowtlon all tllTlar Student can eater at aliT time Yblian Iwj welcome t 1WMIUIIT1ra4- r ti le etnel s COST NO LORE Til AN PLAIN ones u- sWhiteBronzGMarble is entirely out of dater Granite soon gets ossgrown discolored requires constant expense and are and eventually crumbles back to Mother Earth csldes it is very expensive White Bronze J s strictly rerlastlng It cannot crumblewitb the actlonofJroat oss growth Isan Impossibility It more artistic- an any atone Then why not Investigate It has ern adopted for nearly 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