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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iiI tit Iiri 1t t I 14 Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY SUbscription 1 per Year 1 VOL xxn HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 17 1909 No 22 IGREEN RIVER r ASSOCIATION Of the AS of E and Coun ty Union r rTo B3 Held in Ohio County Early in January of Year 1910 Hartford and Ohto county are to have two lmportant Equity meetings In the near futurol The Green River District Tobacco Growers Association Qt the A S of E will moot at- ilartford Thursday January 6 1910 Thts Is tho first time wltllln the history of the associatloty that It has Lean heW In Ohio county The Als- trict Is composed of OhIo McLean Davless Hancock Muhlenburg and Breckenridge couuties and Q county or two In Indiana and meetings of the Association have heretofore been held at OwenSboro I There beIng a larger number of loyal equity people In OhIo county I than In probably all of the other counties combined it was urged by representatives from thIs county at the last meetlngot Owensboro that the nexLregular meeing be held with us and after considerable effort was landed for Ohio county I The regular quarterly meeting or the OhIo County A S of E will be held Friday and Saturday January 7 and 8J 910TOO oontltutlon and bylaws provldo that the regu lar meetIngs than be Friday and Saturday In JanunryAprll1 July and October and as the first day of January this year Is Saturday the meeting will fall on the followIng FrIday and Saturday WhIch will be the 7th and Sthas before stated These meetings are Important especially to tobacco growers DS arrangements wlll be begun at that time for the pooling of the 1910 crop of tobacco Pooling pledgee for the crop will be ready fur dIstribution and circulation among Ohio County Equl ty people Every local In OhIo coun ty should send delegates to thlsmeet lug so that the pledges may be ant out by them and so that they may ho thoroughly acquainted with the plans for the 1910 campaIgn for tobacco pooling Ipso official cast for the dIstrIct mooting Is as follows Tho regular quarterly meeting of the Green River Tobacco Growrs As- sociatkn branch of the A S of E wlll meet In Hartford Ky on Thursday January 6th at 10 a m- Bepretentuflvca to this meeting us jJrovldedby the ConstltuUon and Bylaws is one delegate from each local union A S of E In the Green Bier District c6mposcd of the court tIes of Davless Hancock McLean ohlo and Drecltonrldge Kentucky and Spencer and WarwIck counties Indiana Wo urge u full attendance at thle meeting I1S matters of vittnl Importance will come before ua at that time such DS election of offlcerscon slderntlou or pledge and also tooling pledge JRVELSignedjS B I The Living Cross i McHenTY Ki Dee 4Thls en tire aimaiunity has beep stirred the oattt feW weeks by the work on the Crueffctfon ot Clirist at the rr E Churaltnt this place An lllustrated- eervlco of song called Tho Living Cross was given In the church Tue day Wednesday and Thursday nIghts Nov 30 to Doe 3 Inclusive It was wipe most lmpressive serylceover held In of the county About r ejOhtyfive youagpeopleandchildrenm weredrilled too sIns ndnct the soo e1I ors calvary at tlto cruciticttan- Itov Herbert E Fort of Chicago who js the author of hewokhadch8rgQot the series Ut meetings which r1010w- edai1mtharevlva atdlb aamocburch file paraCe tom tSaturday the 27th tvhfClifo the ppotogradhing of the entire force Insocral positions cQvroo a distance of overtwo miles and great crowds lined the route of march after the serylccs orrue day Wednced4 and Thursday A treat supper free to all Living Croes mem the familww and irlends was servedIn the church y night A table oyer fltty teen long and o vi ry built theehapo 9r across was covered with everythIng good to eat and the LIving cross marched Into the church and took theIr positions after two other tables the length of the building were filled for the friends of T L C then a photograph of the tables and Rock at Altos tableau was taken A very Impressive farewell serVlco to1lQwedIthe supper The I pastor and TL C Commander lord to mount the tables to preachand make theIr farewell addrorses so crowded Wits the house Saturday The Living Cross metat the church at 10 oclock attended to some official business thcd mlllcned to the depot and held anther farewell ter vico Rev Fort left cn the noon train for his next apolnbment atShilo R T HARP R pastor Hartford House to Open the 20th lnst ConsIderable inquIry has been made of us as to whether the tobacCO ware house at Hartford would be opened for the receipt of tobacco Monday December 20th as the buyer agrees to do and as heretofore announced- We have conferred with several mnern bers of the Finance Committee and they Inform us that the house will he opened on that date for the receipt or tobacc- oCARRIE DOING SOME MORE STUNTS Mrs Nation Invades House and After Wild Rampage is i Atr Ejected I Washington Dee I5You ought not to sroke admonished carrie Na tion to a doorkeeper as she entered the gallery of the House of Reprosen- tatlyee today The doorkeeper Just laughed In one or the corridors ad JoInIng the Howe chamber l messenger was smoking a cIgarette Blff went a blow from Carrie Nations rIght arm and the cigarette shot Into the dr Mrs Nation played no favorites but made a general round of the Capitol In the Supreme Court alto spent a quIet quarter of an hour listening to legal arguments In the House office building she meandered around and talked to a member or two and up on the gallery floor of the House she had business with the Interstate Commoree Committee under the Impression that It was the Senate commlttee consider- Ing an anUgamblhlg bill Chairman Mann of tlhe committee who dId not know her Identity put her on the track of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary whero the hearing on Senator Burketts anti moo track betting bill was held yesterday Arriving too late she started In search of Senator Clark of Arkansas who she said would father her giro- hibltion bill because she had becomo II cltlzeq of hIs State In the Senate office bulldingCarrie started to bar raague the crowd from interIor steps and was escorted outside JJy the CapI- tol police Pet Wolf Attacts Girl Owensbbro Ky Dec 13The call or the wild was too strong Cora pet wolf to reSIst today and he made his escape at the homo of Reuben Mastor and dashed Into the hpuso and was springing at the throat of a young girl when Mr Master hurled him self between hfs daughter and the enraged anImal The teeth of the or raged anImal clooodon the mans arm With his free hand ho grabbed the wolf by the throat and the tWO went to the floor dnakruggleThe wolf was finally chocked to such an exont that ho released hIs hold ofirM Mastcrs aTm A neighbor ranlrivltp a hammer and kllfcdtl wolf whlleMrMastem held it It was isentdo him from Idaho II year ago and had lwypbeenpei- fectly gentile He baSI hlrteenjfo ndi- Jl has thirteen wouo a8n hl1rm many or them to the hone Post ffice aReyolds Robbed 1114postoffloo a4 oVtatlon willHentered Friday between 10 a m and loclock nd 0276 taken from the cash drawer The theft Joocured- whllQ the postmMterrwaa ate ndl g- to iiiy duly at the depot 8i far M trace of the this frsI beon found The postmaster la SIniRlchards i DISCHARGED MAGED OPERATOR Said to Have Furnished In formation Leading to the Indictment of the L H rodSt L Rail- L I I read Co IMaceo Davless count Idan5 m lug moro and moro Importnnce In tile affairs of tbo world at large It Iy- I now stated on some apparent authority that the general prosperity ofMa coo and the lack of vacant houses therein was the orIginal cause of the recent indictment against the I H and St L railroad for r bating In that event residents of Macro are evn- f with the railroad fax trying to force the name of Powers Sat4on upon them and leavIng them for mnays months diving In either Maoco ors Powers nation as the fancy HUg gestod and In the u pleasant attitude of not knowing where they were going even after they had almost got ten there A wanonths ago a young man was sent from Louisville to Maceo to take andIbeof the company and It was stated that he had been aSsigned to Macao for lrest and expected the work to be In the nature of a vacation He took up- his work with enthusiasm but had le finding quarters for himself andwMutterly unable tq locate hiss family either In a vaunt house or a boarding house- Despairing of dotter quart rsth railroad was asked to switch off an unused box car on a disconnected spur of track for the oparator and his family to live In For sonic reason this was nOt done and the oper ator waS offended lie Is said to have wired the company that unless Ii new I man was un the ground by n certain date the office would be found kicked up The now man camo and tile homesick operttcr went back to his family In loulsvllle getting employt ment wIth the K and I Bridge corn pany there WithIn a tow weeks he list his position without knowing just why It 1s stated Taking up the idea that ho had been queered by Iris former em- ployors the offended operator had nn Intervlow with some uf the officials and tOld them that they would suffer fur tiro mlstrCltment acoul1ded him The threats were considered idle ones until the federal grand jury got busy a few days ago and Indicted the rail road and L J Irwin its President for accepting rebates It Is now said by some employs of the railroad that the sore operator is ut the bottom of the informaUn which lead to the In dictments It may all be IIn attempt to trace the Indlcments 4o spite work but their story Is nevertheless in teresting The truth can nut be known until alter the hearings SMALLHOUSI Dec llMra Matdlda Matthews died Thursday Dec ii M the home of her daughter Mrs Maggie Faught and was burled the followIng day nt the home hurrying ground near Mrs Faughts Mrs Kvelino Boone has recently married at Greenvllle Ky to r1r Spicer near Nelson Crook church She has moved to her new home Miss Maggie Hunter returned to her home Friday from a visit to her nephowlMr L B Overhuis and Mr J C Drake has a Dew telephone at his home Mrs Robert Mathews Ceralvo was In our midst Thursday and Friday night Mr Alva Calloway rplurned Mon day from a visit hfrlds at Utica KyrMrs Francis Railey and son of Beaver DaD wereegueJts afMr Alva Galloway Saturday and Sunday Mrs Opal Boone was the guestl of her mother Mrs dames ut son Creek recently Mr and Mrs Jerry Dawson and 111t1e daughter trero the guests of her mother Mrs Linn CummIngs near haradiso recently Sirs toga Pierce Poseyvllle lad J watt at the bedsIde of her mother loin Matilda Mathews durIng the last week of her Illness and death lIers Alva and James Calloway were guests of Mr James Frunnell and family and 9Ir Nation Utica Ky from Friday until Monday They were accompanied as far as Liver moro by Mr James Trunnel Mr Alva Calloway bought a nice young horse from Mr James Trtmnel recently Mr Jim Withrow and family have gone to Hot Springs to visit iris broth er G PWithrow They were ac- cempanled hy Mr nranvUle Brown Henry Drown wife anti alter Mies- Grtco i Drown arc ghosts of Mrs Liz ze Vlthrow- M and Mrs Allen I3l1pkill and children and Urs Sirvud of Moor nrau were guests of Mr and Mrs John Wlthtrnv Inst Saturday night and Sunday Hi ChsVaudeville The best show which has ever been given at the local opera hours 11- 1hehlg presented this week by the DonnelH Company The show Is n I memIcomlJ ny the very best traInIng and are artists i of the first class The prices are 10I cents for general admission and 20 enItertalnmontkwith a Matinee Saturday ttertlJlon closing with the best performance of the entire week Saturday night Each nttmcjiou Is an entiree change of program TARDY MAIL RECEIVED AV MAYFIELD OFFICE I oIMdsvilleI Witten by Ike Adair t Now D ad Two Years To Mayfield Man Mayfield Ky Dec 13A peculiar Incident occured to It D RobclWlJllI tills week when hp swer to lL letter that he wrote over four years ago In September 1905 elAdaIrtor answered the letter huntediatoly but the letter did not reach its destination until this week Mr Adair died two years ago and when Mr Robertson received a let ter a few days ago It was certainly u shack to him as tho letter was mailed all the postmark showed on Sept 30 1905 hut w Ili last Thurs days date on time back showing that It hall just reached thv Mayfield flea oCI Tho question 1s where hap this totter been all these four years DukeTabor Mr John Duke II well known carpenter and contractor of this place and Mrs Bone Tabor of Route I Hartford will be united In the holy bonds of matrimony I1t the resIdence of the brides father Mr F W Plr tle on Wednesday the 22nd of this month Rev Virgil E1gln performing the marriage servIce Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple will be driven to Mr Dukes handsome anti wellfurnlsbed residence ma Main street where Mr Duke has ono of the prettteat houses In the city Both parties are well and favorably known here Mr Duke being known for his honesty Integrity and true chzlstlan life while Mrs Tabor possesses all the elements that go to make true wonmrhood They have the good wishes of an extended tic- qustntauce I CENTRAL GROVE Dec lC Mrs Mary Shoulders died at her homo at this place Saturday night December 11 after II lingering illness The remains were lala to rust lu Central Grove cometen on the following day A good p lstlan- ivoman huts gene to her eternal rest Mrs Hewitt Young of Awenshomo- is the guest of hot parents Mrand Mrs DM Park at this place The social given recently by Mr- Rllls Drown was largely attended and highly enjoyed Metsrs Loney Hoover IrwIn Nllwbolt and Foster Bennett of Hartford were amoug those ptes etitqtIMr J I Porter has returned from MissourI I I REWARD OFFERED FOR MISSING GIRL Total of 3000 For Finding of Alma Kellner If Louisville Child is Still Alive Abductors Have Made No Move Louisville Ky Dec 16Thu- city council in special soselon ti nIght ptasvcti1 un ordllllncu ufferllg a 1000 reward for luCormation lead KOllerl1IhlnrEarlier in the day Groprnor WillsonI offered 500 John Whl1l1cn offered ofIthelIng a total of 3000 Statements of the police and fma- lly indicate a complete breakdown of toIwardkidnapers mo kuown to time family or police If the child is still alive the ab ductors have made no move turd the police have no Inkling as to their identity or her whereabouts Alma Keller has been missing a 101oclockery possible clew has been followed fallIureThe llOllce and detectives llIlo worked constantly on the case but h1e been unable to find anything that will throw any light on time whereabouts of time little child The reward of1 ercd nOw will It Is hopeil stiAfuhitt nofflcers in other cities to be consantly on the alert for some development In the case The loul8vlllo ixdicu would not be allowed to accept time rewardI should they succeed ill child but should any clew be found by police In other cities the 3000 reward offered would bo a big incentive to exert every energy In tire ondeavvr to find the little girl Mrs Kellner has received marry letters of synmpatlmy because of her- tLcp sjrrow Among the Lndge Acme Lodge I 0 O F will hereafter hold its regular miteottngs In the Masonic and K of P Halt 71114 lodge is doing acme guod work and receiving neW UIIIIIcatlIlIs It etch meeting Rough River Lalge Nu UU Kulglrts- of Pythlas Is on u boom At time reg War meeting Tuesday venlng two UflJllcatlons for uwmberablp were received There will lie work In the Second Rank next Tuorday evening and every member Is urged to be present- S Eastern Star Chapter elected the following officers at the regular monthly Meeting Monday night Mrs T R Danmrd Mainn Itowan Rool brook Patron Mrs S A Anderson Assistant Matron Miss Muttio Mce- lcy OonductrlSs Mrs W S Tlnl11ey Assistant Conductress Miss Willyo Smith Secretary amid Mrs Rowan Holbrook Treasurer These officers will be installed at the first regular mooting In next month I RulingII tobacco In Kentucky and Tennessee recontly appeared before the Com missioner of Internal Revenue to obtain from hUn an official distinction I between a dealer in leaf tobacco and u retail dealer iii leaf tobacco Many PayIlOitobacco certain privilegesu enjoyed by the retail denier The conmmislonc r has decided that n dealer Is not authorized to sell to a retail dealer Thelaw provides that dealers slm it- sell only to other dealers and to trout ufacturers of tobacco snuff or cigars I and to those who are purcllluertl of leaf tobacco for export 1A retail deuler may sell to another retail dealer Ill leaf tobacco raised- or grown in the UnIted States In Its InIany Way Ho may also sell such tobacco to any parson except to man utacturers of tobacco snuff cigars and cigarette dealorsin leaf tobacco and lersons who purchase leaf tobacco III time original packages for export Tho commissloner holds that the business of the two can not be blended and can not oven be carried ou the ante premises OlATON Dec IGUnclo Tom Murphy of whom we have node nmontion through these columns Uf being the oldest res IdentIC this section Is quite ill at his homo South of town lie tJ thought to ho nearly if not Dr years of ale This aged rcrldent has mnany friends throughout tIlls eetion who are tad to learnt of iris illness Messrs JrLn D Coolttey t1l1 J D Itch ell rsturmed rhurnbtyfr 111- Harper Kanllil CtyItvaajoin his wife on a Holiday visit as time guests of her parent Mr and Mrs Fowler Jess Martin the little son of Mr and firs Ernest Wilson is quito ill uC v pneumonia nearII0weusboro Rev and Mrs F M Farris Mr Lonnie Whitely has ruturnqtl from Iilnois whore he slant several weeks Mr Charlie Stevens has purchased Mr James O Stlnsoms horse for 200Mr Charlie Druner has purclmsed a lot from W T Young near time Water ill The W O WLodge has purchased i lot opposite the Postoffice The McDaniel residence being erect ed on Church street will be a deci- dedlmprovement for Oluton Oluton school closes Friday This has been a successful school Wo hope to hove Mr Crowder with us again next year Ho has certainly labored faithfully In hIs effurts to make the school a succosa FOR TIlE BUSY READER The nomlmtti i of lUda lImwe- II Ltutu lie Nahville Teuu to h- Ails CIItJ luu ice of alma Supreno Court tf the United Statue In SUCC- Islon uf the lac unite Peckhalll Wont to the Strnne Monday Gcv Will on Mcrtluy granted a yard tt to Adj Cen P P Uhll1I wire was indctal rill laIlIK Dr y- B GiJoJe HIli r I f TLo Foelli 1- 1Gov01lr said Gen Juhustm mm pay a fllle of 100 und court c s- In the artIcle objected to lh Glldo referred to GOli JuhlKton all Peacock dA1D KNOB Dec UIhs Bessie Turrence Is spending a few days at her hune this week Mr Jcsso Torrenco Is all smiles as Ill is the proud parent of t fine flveIwmnll bob Mr Leslie Sande Cur visited his grand parents Mr turd Mrs Iarlon- SandeCuroC Horton Tuesday There will be a singing nt thiS place next Saturday night also preacliing Sunday and Sunday night Everybody come Debate at Mt Pleasant next Fri day night Subject for debate Which Is the nmost beneficial the toucher or the preacher Everbodr invited ladles have Narrow Escape Mrs Chas E Rogers and daughter Dorothy und Mrs Laura Garth bad IL narrow escape from serious Injurr while out driving Wednesday ntter noon When near the Vauderb t Training School the horse shIed sud denly ut a team of oxen and the bug gy was overturned all three of the occupants being thrown to the ground and Mrs Rogers sustwnhlll quite a painful spraIned ankle Mrs Garth nUll Dorothy Rogers were not Injured Fortunately the horse did not run after overturning the Ve hide whIch probably accounts for limo fact that the accident dId not prove of II moro serious nntureElktoll Tines Mules For Sale IITwo good work mules wagon team l and harnesp also OnE good mulch cow I for sale on most reasonablo term Apply toR H GllIcslllo Bro Hart ford liy 50ty JAS llPARISllAh t b MUST DO TIME Lower Gout Affirmed By Highest CourLe Still Maintains Innocense But Turns Pale When Told of Decision The Court at Appeals last Thurs day decided that James H Parrish moot servo fire yeas In the penlten tlary for wrooltlng the Owonsboro Savings Bank and Trust Company o which he was president The case waa before the court on appealed trom the Hancock Circus Court where It was tried on a change ot enue Judtu Hobson and Darker dissented Judge Hob tiled a dossentln opinion In the eP- arrlth was iadlcted for assenting to the reechfoJ ol a deposit by the bank after ho Lr4 knowledge ot Its lnsolvence The testhllou on the trial disclosed that all the elyaeta and property ot the hank wheel rofiyerted Into money would not par fu depositors more than fifteen aa on the dollar and that It was 11I1lesl Insolvent when the deposit was reoolved Discussing ue question raised ot- Parrlshs knowledge of the banks insolvency the court says There can ho no doubt trues the facts that the position relaUoci authority and dl- reetlon ot Parrlh to the enodition un der Investigation and his personal Im mediate opportunities of knowledge respecting thorn afforded him such knowledge of the Jnsolvency or the bank as was JJlIal under the law to convict slim or the evil Intent or knowingly receiving deposits when reached the oonclulon that the BC cued had a rail trail The court concludes We have con sIdered this caso with great care In view or Its Importance to the banking interests of Ute State as well DS to the doposlting pUblic and have that tho accused had Ii fair trial Jt Is true that same minor errors were commit sd h the trial court They appear lu every hotlycontested carte but upon UIO whole nu hubsUtu- tkil injustice wu dune We have moreI than once announced that It Is not every error that will authorize a re versa The statute under which nppellnut was oonvietud was enacted for theI protectun IIIMI security or depository who coulprho Il large part or our iitel pie who nitsMt and do depenll for the rafuty of their ltsips upon the hon ewy prudence and IJUsluell6 lntergrlt- of the otfcpr of the banks in which- tkey have pl wad them Ala rule lttey have no mats or IIIIIIUltUIl11 of kuw Inc except trotu acts and lnfnrmatinu- turplshed by cut ofkrus wlwhor the IWllk In which that dfJpol1t la made de- etolveet or nOl IJ nd whon thow officers Invite the twafitknce of thu publican hI ktlepitig open doors hold thlmtiolveBI out us slveul anti respusible the hould be held w I strict aceountubll tty for wrong doing In his dissenting opinion concurred In by Judge llarkcr Judge lIoh5On say that the lower court erred to the prejudice or detelidant Parrish In its lnstruetmi to the jury on the point of Iarrlehs knowledge or the 4mol- veney of the panic- PARRiSl1 TURNS PAIjE- Uawesvlllt ifThe Times cor respondent wu the first to tell Banker Jiles If Parrish or the decis Ion or the Court cal Appeals affirming his fiveyear sentence III the peniten- tlary lie said I cant underafand It I am not guilty I Uta not even tcClmlcaJly guilty I could aot believe or know the bank was truolvent It was my baby and I nurtured It I could not be lIevo It IlItlhhoof and It wus not un tII my fine Ci t1G0 hank building was sold for 39011 AUtl all other proper ty was sacrltlOt This news changes nothing I havo tatid the will of God was in the caeca and JICllcvc firmly In thta yet Ali will ho for the better but 1 sill ltgeUtfs cannot be truo I was to have gotten the news first through toy attorney E E Kelly TIle prisoner ib8 grown In flesh whJle In prlsoat and his color has Improved but tW news turned him deathly pule Hc sent for his wife at once NEWS AT OWENSBORO- Owensboro Ivy IrNews ot the Court of affirmed tho five Parnishlpresldant the llancnck Circuit Court was rcc- e1vlld he tQIIIrshortly before noonI Tlwee near thgVarrlsh family saidf that the lnst v Q of hopo had shntlelhu t thvcd to take any 1 t t r Schoolct ild nrt II IA RJOU ld At Quaker Oats at least twice a day 9 Issotted china V ifs Paih Sin Package further statements fThe news was received in some quarters of the city with great re jolclng while In other sections ot the city the news cast a gloom over entire families It Ls realized In bUsr lness circles of the city that It s a sad ending for ono who for years headed ono ot the largest banking Ins tJIngthe family of the bank wrecker Those deeply Interested In the care have Ito l been waiting for days for a decision b of the Court f Appeals Cmmonwealtht Ben D now In Hawes wbatlllhothan Parrish deserved take MENDENHALLS Chill and Fever Tonic as a general tonic for tired feeling and malaria SHUDDERS AT- e I THE THOUfiHT Owensboro Man Came Near Be ing Resident of Houseth of Mysterya In this day when practically overt city In Kentucy and many In kother states are claiming to have onto beenI the abiding place or someone conhi nectcd With tho mysterious death of Mrs Ocoy Wardlaw Martin Snead Inh a bathtub at East Orange N JCJ Owensboro though not an abiding place can produce persons as deeply lnerested as any other cIty has One of those especially interested Is C B Jacobs local superintendant of the Cumberlaln Telephone companyUI The Interest of Mr Jacobs In the Snead murder case date from his boyhood days In 1furlrcrsbnre Tennrr when the WurdlawlI tile woman now under arrest no the murder charge and her brother coducted Soule colw logo near the home or Mr Jacobs parents Mr Jacobs sister was atso student lu the school while It wasln out the hands of the Wardlaws Flntllly there were some girl pupils sUpped the out of school and whether or not W the proprietors had advance knowledge or the Plana or the abductors the escapades didnt Iwlll their ropusq tntltm and they eventuully gave up In their controllInWhen Mr Jacobs became connected as with the Cumberlaln Telephone comtb pruy and was lit the home office Intb Nashvllle several years after he had known the Wardlws now under arrc for having starved and drowned Mrs Snead cane on two or three oc- caslons to see him about taking some the rooms of which she had the dillpo Had not he formed and early dlallko to to the entire Wardlaw famiiy which conducted the hotel House ot myhi tory However he fa of the opinion that nt his he would be hard to staneIeThe father or Mts Snead vlcUm- of the bathtub murder was also a resident of Mutroesburo for sometime and It was prevlowo to hla resltI dence there that he lived n Kentucky clues At thAt time MrsIe Snead was a rather heavy preson In ated or an emaciated one as MO was found to be attar deathOven boro Inquirertt No false pretense hu marked the career or Elys Cream Balm BeIng entirely harmless It Ia not responsible like the catarrh snuffs and powders fur minds shattered by cocaine IjalmIsthe overcomes nasal catarrh and haT fever Back ot this statement Is the testimony of thousands and a repute tlon ot many years success AU drug saIQUICKS LIVEK Ie stOOl PillS Will cleanse your liver and purl the your blood and make you feel to like anew man ja f u t s lLMEN t y- w t AND BEASTS Fierce MexicanpigsTrav in Droves Absolutely Fearless When Making Attack on Prey In one of his journeys Into Mexico Edward W Walton amining expert had a close call from being sliced to shreds by the fierce little South A- erican m pigs known as peccaries He told the story or his escape to a Denver Post reporter I wished to secure some plumes rom a number of the Ueautifull y plumaged birds sold Mr Walton I went Into the jungle and came to opening la which there were ry leaves probabl a foot In dept h tllo ground and beautifully colored tropical birds Jn the all and the trees lUred at ono of the In flight when It seemed to mo whole urea ot these dead leaves BeIfngtrefghtened especially when I nlW the animals which raised up the apparently ready for an offset Thej older animals opened and closed their mouths showing their big sharp tusks armed very much like n dirk knife and some ot them started toward me Impulsively 1 began firing my sun In the air turned around which seemed to stop most or them momentarily and as I had lots of cartridges kept up the cheating and they turn d and rap away I found afterward that I had saved my life by so doing and by not shooting any ot the an tmals These animals proved to be the the soma species as are In e laclosures at the city park They most ferocious and will affect as- nimal In existence on the slightest provocation When I got back toI headquarters end told my companions- my experience I Was informed thatbad shot ono ot theanltnnlsand made squeal the whole bunch would have torn me to PIeces quickly They ave been known to kill bear jaguars horses and Any number of dogS Although In the fight scores of their number might be killed they seem to have no tear when onceI aroused I was told that peccaries burrow the dry loaves to protect themI solyes from mosquitoes and other winged pests of that hot country Aft- iends had many exciting experiences- to tell In regard to these ferocious little anlmala Ono of this partyt traveling with a companion In a wagon stopped for luncheon under trees and turned their horses to graze White at luncheon n large bunch or peccaries appeared nnI party thought It would bo niceI shoot among them and get one or two for meat co they tired Into them wounding several which began to Then the whole bundl made attach The men climbed quickly the wagon and kept on shooting long e9 their ammunition which had In their pockets lasted As wera opening their base to get more ammunition h to poccarJes climbed up the tongue or the wagon and jumped late It and tho men quit saved themselves by JumpIng onto trees the peccaries taking posses sues of the wagon and tearing things telces They remained In posesI slOB for hours the men watchIng they safety In this trees The poocary or South American wild boar le the smallest of his spec averaging about three feet long oar fi the animal potise ed or anyr unxsual degree ot strenth To makeup for this natural Individual deJ in combat with more powerful animals of the jungle the peccar always travel In lwrdsI When once attacked by a berdorI peocarlee the outcome Is nearly 111c ways death to their enemy TheI ttle pigs are armed with short shal1p and no mutter how great theI slaughter of their own number during the melee the herd stay on the job until the work le finished Travelers In tropical and South AmI erlcan countries tell of fierce enI counters between the peccarey RndI jaguar the monster cat which le lord of the forest The jaguar hoe a fondness for a dinner of pore but II wholesome respect for the power of a herd ot wild pigs When ho wants to his cravings for a pork diet he from a limb ot atree cote the back or a straggler In the herd The jaguar slays his victims aaf then retreats hastily to hIB tree before herd can get at him When the herd grows tired of walling for him come down and moves along the- guar descends and s4joyes h1r meal J 0 h at leiM1 mir Selous in hie- masee II of tke a11 1world LM an 1 nl t a ght etwee- s teiWlaceolnt otpeecarfe ff had the jagaar treed o lalimb or a tree from which the bark had rotted away He was only few feet above them and by harrflss lag and Jumping at their enemy they tlnallt Succeeded In bringing the con- filet to the ground After tho tight was over there were eleven klUed sari wounded pecarles but the jaguar waa literally torn to yiese x QUICKSPILL For Liver Ills Saves Doctors Bills I C Doing Big Business Railroad business on the I C during- the past week has been the heaviest known here for the past two years The R R yards hero and at Paducah have been blocked the graetcr para ot the time and JL tanked like old Prosperity 190G07 times all along the line Several extra train crows have been put Oil but lack of loco motives Is rousing much delay In the handling of freIght Flagmen Cor bett and Becker arc now holding the cushions down as conductors and Fireman Hoagland sari Campbell are In training to take charge of two ot the large now engines about to be CoiPERRY PASSES THROU6HOWENSBORO Enroute to Saint Louis as the Guest of Population Club Unlike the knIghts of oldhearaldo attended by pomp and pageantry and accompanied by ninny servants Commander Peary one of the claimants to the honor of discovering the north pole has travresed this state from one end to the other In a crowded day coach makinG himself so very insignificant that he Is noticedno more than the ordinary traveler although he Is one of the men do the public eye EvnDl refusing to grant interviews which would giveI him publicity In the smaller vllage cities Peary makes his way to hl- destlaatioin without disclosing hIs Identity except when It becomes neces Most ot Owensboros citizens would have believed they were being handed a gold brick It II friend had informed them several days ago that CtI11mand Peary had passed through Owens In an ordinary day mach and parsed the garden rpot or the world without even glvlllg the people at the depot II glimpse or him but this has proven to be the tact and now In the world It oecured lIB they claim to always be on the lookout and especially for tuck dlstJugulshed persons as Peary It has recently developed that Peary passed through Owensboro on n westbound Louisville I1endcrton and St Louis train On route to St Louis whore ho was entertaIned by the St Louis Million Population club Peary seems to have slipped throng the entire state without being noticed and was not Inorvlowed In tact he almost succeeded in making he enure trip to St Louis without beingwtopped- by anyone who knew himInquirer Old Soldiers Turned Dow It any old soldier wu urged to vote for Thomas Marshall for Gover of Indiana It will be of interest that std soldier to know her Gr Marshall Is showing his love for the Civil War veterans The Democratic Governor had a chance to demonstrate his friendship now did he dot Dy appointing two youttg Demo In the places ot Adj Gen Perry Q Y Gen George W Powell retiring officers Xe Civil War of floe records Coy Marshall was liked to consider Democratic veterans lie named other men This Is not to reflect on members ot the governors mIlltalI start But a Republican governor n all likelihood would have considered a tine precedent set by Repub llcana and would have appointed old soldiers to be adjutant general and quatetmeeter general of the state of Indiana We can think ot no adequate reason tor Ignoring the 0111 War veterans when It 1s possible tq chow appreclaUontor the services ke so- reely gave when that service wu bad y needed I ChlirrhFOR FIETC- MERSCASTORIA I fp qJ y 5 JiCTSRAIN K M r WITH CERTAINTYi LaC ptured Wild Goon on Henry Williams Place We have heard II good deal about tho goose bone telling what kind of weather along but Mr Henry Williams a farmer near St John has II wild goose which even boots the signal service In the pr diction of rain The Signal Servl- misees It some tlmse but this wit goose never does lIe Is absolutes infallible on the rain proposition Mr Williams captured this wild goose about eight years ago by breaking Its dotseems gotten all about former wild lpstlncts numbertgoose a r noise that he never made any other time except just before rain lie toOk to observing It very closely and In the eight years this wild goose has never failed to make this pecular noise from six to twelve houra before rain and never made It at any other time Mr Williams never leaves homo In the morning when this goose gives hIs rain signal and knows he Is absolutely safe from a storm If the bird does not make any noise The goose has Ute unfailing natural In stinct of approaching bad weather which the domestic goose has lost and Mr WIlliams depends upon the bird for weather signals just as he looksa t his clock to tell what time of day It Is It Is unnecessary to say that Mr Williams never reads the weather forecast In the newspaper unletS It Is to obsreve how much moro accurate his goose Js In predicting mlnEllzeabothtown News IE N= OEN7HAL LS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and 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RoorI5aacazvial 1 Tho Coy eoit Hiss I Loadr eaoJ Ixck ii atm- lllJeTluu i their h 4 ie a wtw j efauaa4uliciioa teil t atrrhywe taitMs beLia CpRteeier o other ttaaghisgderityaw 4Iat Ceara eati fall Wrtoafi AaG1pyou HLr I I FORDSVILLE PLANING lOLL CQ OftDVIL NS Y fin Jx 7 i i E I 4 jq J I 1 SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS Years of successful distribution of Christmas presents from this Store have made old KRIS KRINGLE very enthsiastic in his praise of our management of his headquarters here Such a variety of Toys Dolls Dishes and Edibles are car ried fit this Store That is an easy matter to please every Child from our selection SANTA CLAUS will be the busiest agent in the Universe from now until after Christmas night and Children you can be of great assistance to the old fel low by coming to our store and making your wishes known to us that we may assist him in fully satisfying you Children you are invited to come and see what we are showing DepartmentLb This department is a gorgeous display of of different pieces of decorated China Handrpainted Japanese work is in evidence here All lovere of the beautiful shouldsee our display Our line of decorated Lamps from 1 to 10 Salads from 50c to 450 Vases from 25c to 5 Cake Plated 25c to X250 Bisque figures and hundreds of others We havent space to mention It costs you f Qothing to look why deny yourself this pleasure are IF can hto can we can do our your of our 473 Report of Sec Forms Convincing JI Favor of Better of Protecting Depositors in State Institutions No moro arguments In laver of the passage of a now eyatom t for the State banking institutions of Kentucky could bo pro duced than are contained in some very statistics gathered by Ben L Bruner who as Secretary of State tow has general i of the Mnks Dr Brunre has prepared a bill which Seta be in tho d which provides for supervision fbanks by competent examiners As the State Bankers favors jBpre rigid examination and hue a con iaittee at work on osubJecttt saairffl probable that a now syot m i Ube put into effect Secretary Bruner has Just a report on the number of State bank sad their resources and It is aa im yroselve document In thoflrct place yerar v altogother 4731nstitutlone kUbfau of- StatertL and fntotbo Of these 427 are Stats banks threo are comblned banks unit rteenarottu3t j o v t j I it br t1 4 t n stock of these 473 bank Ing houses Is nearly 20000000 19 860373 to be exactand their surplus and profits aggregate 8 03117259 additional making their total resources nearly 28000000 Still more Is the statement of deposits of these institutions which reach sixtysix and a half millions while their loans and discounts am ount to millions When one considers the vast num ber of people who are Interested in holding stock In them or their earnings and savings In them It is evident that the Stato should provide some better protcclon than the more receiving of reports at in fregnent intervals And even this as Bruner pointed out some time ago was not always attended to by a few ot the banks who re garded making reports as so perfunc tory and useless a duty that they nearly forgot to pertrom it at all There is another side of the shield however and that is the fact that Kentucky il developing commercially Surely there would be no needs of the 473 State banking in stitutions not to mentloa the many na Ubnal banks if the demands of the time were not for capital with which to develop the States splen did resources And tho banks them selves are not to blame for the lack of which the State bas pll1ccd over them rather are they too that with so little lIeVlsod thero has been so little evidence of objectionably practices The recent decision ot the Court of Jnthe case uj former Pres ident lunishof then Owpnsfooro Sav inss Battle aid Tmta Company t who musteorve five tears UQCIIUEO I Jury- y I i I i W rr 1 Pictures Toilet Manicure Comb and Brush Music Rolls Ink Stands Wall Pockets Military Collar Cuff Boxes Smoking Mirrors Picture Frames Clocks Albumns Books Water Steins Dinner Sets Chamber Carving Sets Silver Plates Knives and Forks IN FACT ITS ALL HERE you dont need to go any where to found him guilty of having knowingly received deposits Into an insolvent bank indicated u condition that prob ably would not have Come about had better laws been in effect If an examiner had come upon the scenco at the he would doubtless have discovered the banks condition closed Its doors and saved not only the depositors nut also the officers and of the In stitution OF BE At to Try Isaac and Otis in Near Future i I Hawsvllle Ky Dec 6 Circuit court cnovened here today and will be in session for several days n has i developed hero that a special term of court will be called to convene in In Jnauary for the pur pose of trying the against lanac N and JOtIs Par rlh former officials of the Ownes boro Savings bank and Trust company Otis ParrIsh Is charged with false fiwarhig and Isaac Parrlsh Is charged with Otis ParriBh Is in San Antonio Tex and Isaac is located in Lexington I Best for and l Fever i 1 I d t I Found Man in Room with His Wife Ohio Man Fires Six Shots One Aileged Home The Louisrillo Times says W C Ramsey aged years of 1622 West Walnut street is In a serious condition at the City Hon pltal from a bullet wound 1 th hooad Just over the left eye which was Inflicted by Archie Kea on aged twenty three years n in the employ of the Louisville Railway Company shortly after 780 oclock last night at Kcotons home at 908 West Market street Keeton was arrested immediately after the shooting by Lieut Rees and Patrolman Miller and Lotz and a charge of malicious shoot ing TTasrplaced against him Keeton pleads tho unwritten law and persons in the house whero the shooting occured back him up in his statement Keeton said that when h we nt to his room he found Ram sey in tho room with his wile and he fired six shots at him Ho also snapped another revolver four times more but tho other four cartridges tailed to explode Keoton had two revolvers with him when he was brought to Central Policq Station ands n a Our the of every on the in the Doll You can or You can have them or The assort ment is great youIIF YOU LOVE TO EAT-We prepared your appetite YOU SOMETHING WEAR We Clothe you foot Nobody do for you what store for shopping and get the benefit great preparation for your Holiday happiness E P BARNES BROS BANKS UNDER STATE SUPERVISION Bruner Argument Methods convicting regulations iftterestlnf supervision introduced LogialatoM- j Association completed undeVthe supervision jurisdlctibnlif- laws raetcompaineandtb IfOf rvht companiesThe undivided Impressive seventytwo depositing Secretary remarkably undoubtedly supervision congratulated Everybodys Department Sets Sets Sets Sets and Sets Sets Sets else TO examination propertirae stockholders Itsel- fSPECIAL CONRT CALLED Hawesville Parrish Hawesvllle indictments embezzlement K- yhMENDENHALLS CHILLTONIC- l Malaria Chills Guaranteed INVOKES UN- VRITTEN LAW County Striking DespoilerI thirtySeven suffering conductor Doll Family Includes products country globe Business have them dressed undressed breakable unbreakable China Dolls Celluloid Dolls Patenthead Dolls Brasshead Dolls Bisque satisfy WANT from head Visit Christmas TERM WILL Another BEAVER DAM KY Iturned over o tho officersI According to Kectons statements lila wife and Ramsey have boon In tlmato for some time and its soon as Lieu Rees learned this he ordered Inez Keeton the mauls wife and Jesse Kockensmltb the woman who conducts the house arrested Tho former wits charged with disorderly conduct and tile latter with keeping a disorderly houseKeeton told the following story of the shooting I left my rooms nt 410 oclock In the afternoon to go to my work nt the Portland avenue car banes A short while later my wife telephoned tho barn foreman and asked him what time I would get off und he told her about midnight When I heard of her telephoning I laid off at 634 oclock and went back to my rooms to see what was going on I had suspected something and had taken the two revolvers from my pocket The door was locked and whe my wife opened It 1 saw Ramsey try ing to cover himself with a curtain I fired at him and he started at me with a chair and then 1 kept on snapping the revolver Keoton said that he hqd frequently ordered Ramsey to stay awy from his wife claiming his attentions to her caused a operation between them last summer Mrs Hockenstnlth also sold that sho ordered Ramsey to keep away front the woman The shooting occured in tho sane house in which Mrs Hcokensinltha husband shot and killed S J Moore last summer Mrs Hockensmlth has been divorced from her husband since a short while after tho shooting Ramsey was formerly on tile force and was also n rtreutcaram ductor He hud known MrsKier S x I all of his life having been raked near her home at Loltchfield Ky Kee ton is a native of Ohio county and has been married to hlswlfc two years during which time ho has lived hi this city All of the casts were continued un til Dec 23 In Police Court iInMemory Of Mrs Viola Burgess who departed this lifo Dec C 1009 Sho was n t daughter of J W Hoeker desceaied and was highly rlSlKCtl by all who know her She took sick at her home at Deaver Dam where she lingered helplessly for oomo time supposed to be heart trouble but her nerves become so afflicted tho Dr advised her to be removed to Hopklnsvillo where better care and attention should be given and hterc she remained until her death She levaes two sisters three brothers five children and a host of Mends had relatives to mourn her lossWeep not dear loved ones for the lose is our gain We can only strive to meet her in that great beyond where parting will be no more It la Gods will not ours that he has taken from us our dear mother sister and aunt She can never come back to us but we can go to her If it bo our choice and when the pearly gates unfold may wo be able to meet her whero pain sickness and sorrow shaH be no more Gut evorlataJng JoyAinrt hnplness Tho refrains of Mrs B rRes wore taken to Providence for burial whol+ i eho hod been a faithful riionitK r of the chfcvch for many years fl AN 1- u9L k- M 1Ulitford t r piJb I lean stet red according to taw at the Ioeto- taHutserdaefmaa maui 0r till ecoiuS dice C M BARNS TT EDITC 1EtZEaO =rsIiI Cw abrlanQ 4C- Rouah a1 aa FRIDAY DECEMBER 17 ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce Iou Den Johnson a candidate for reelectIon to the office of HOlresen- tatlve In Congress from the Fourth Kentucky District EubJect to th Democratic primary election to be held March 12 1910 President Tart seems to have a- very good rain on his congressIonal team of wild horses- IItaDLYPNUPrldU1 9nuqunpJunpju Poor Old Kentucky Is never out or trouble The tobacco situation hus somewhat Improved but the State Legislature Is about to meet We hope that the resolution WhIch 1as been Introduced In Congress to- Jnqulre Into Telegraph and Telephono- condltlons in the United States will be speedily passed and that wo will have a sure enough Inquiry Uncle Joe Cannon hurls defiance a- lnta enemies and In effect tells them that lie will not vacate and that if Ithey want hIs scalp they must come and set It The Insurgents do not seen to be anxious to venture dnto range of the Cannon In view or the value which Adjt General Johnston places on the cane which he smashed over the head or editor Goodewe suggest that It Is no snore than fair that he should have credit for its value out or the 100 fine which Governor Wlllson hIlS imposed upon hIm Congress might Inquire Into the present express charges which are belal collected by various express corn bootee In the United States The people are being bled more by their gigantic concerns than by all trusts combined However It is not so noticeable and hence It has Bono on from year to year with onl an oc casional protest We have always believed that the law was intended for every citizen alike be he poor rich intelligent or ignorant It Is possible that we man have been mIstaken In our views con corning tile Recent developmenti would seem to indicate as much In Kentucky It looks as thuugia tit law was primarily intended to ho obeyed simply by the common people- In this issue will be found tIll am- vouncement or Honorable Den Johnson xis n candidate for Congress before the Democratic primary whIch hat- peen called for March 12 110 A- ryet Mr Johnson has tlO OIIJ9Itlon and It Is not probable that lie will have lie has made a good represon tutio In Congroea and Is solid with members ot his party At present lIe Is the mnet prvminentin mentioned candidate fer goverfbrhlp on that ticket nt the coming state election and It is taught thut he will receive the nomination without much trouble On FrIday December 3ist the 1ouisvilh Tlmos will twos an enlarged edition comllllIlorltlng Its voutyflftli unnlverMr The Times JIM been working on this pairer for months and t prondses to he tome ihlng which will be a pride to the entire Stub The paper will consIst fr one hundred pages with eight hundred or more columns or matter which will he Illustrated throughout with hundreds or half tone pictures Each paper will welsh twn pounds It wlll touch upon almost every lminrtant- cp och In Kentucky for tlto past twen tyfivo years The white paper alone tiscd In each paper will he worth about five cents but the price or the paper will not be raised nbove the usual two cents per copy except an siddillon or three cents for mailing direct to those who may order In their annual reprot to the Gov Crnor the State Prima Commlrslon ers among other things recommend that provlslon be made for the puay- 3nnent or at least part or the earnIngs or the prisoners In the PenitentiarieS to their families This recommendation should by nil means be adopted by the leglllature Often the punishment inflicted upon violators or the law In felony cases le more or a hardship upon aged parents or wIves and chl- 1dronthan upon the culprit himself Jeaving them as It often does without support to suffer and possibly become Ioi charge upon the county or stato The best way tor our merchants 1tD prevent their customers from send f v l I log to Seats Iloebuck and other stall ohar boueee for go le 1 advertise their wares la the coos try newSpapers This shoald trot be done epasmodically but systeenatl ally each week in the year An ad constantly kept before the readers Is worth much more according to the space which Jt occupies than the one which appears only two or three t1mEII a year We have heretofore had somewhat to say In derenEe or our home merchants as against the rOT alga merchant and wo take the lIb erty now to poInt out some or the means by which our local people IDay counteract tho Influence or the fbi sign mall order house which Is bolng felt by them The appointment or Judge Lurton by President Taft to a iiositlo on the Supreme bench who Is and always has been II omocrat having been first appiinted to tho Federal bench by President Cleveland lie spent the best years or ills lire aidIng the Democratic hart to achieve vIctorIes In State elections In Tennessee and no doubt Ir he could have had his way would have made it impoa lble for President Tat or any other Republican to have ever occupIed the white house With the two great parties divided with In themselves upon the one question which has been considered The One Question by which one coup determIne whether a man was n Dent ocratora Republican and the party In power Ignoring politics nllogetheor In appointments it Is no wonder th1t a fellow is round pinching himself oc- caslonally to determine whore J10 Is at politically We do not believe that any political party can retain Its solidity or organization lib State or Nation unless It assumes full re spons1blUty for Its conduct or govern ent by placing Its own people on guard When we voted for Mr Taft for President we also voted for a Republican cabinet for members or the Federal Court and for every other officer whose appointment It Is his duty to make When we sa this we do not desIre to be understood 019 Iclng narrow In our partisanship but we believe that each party admInIstra- tion should be responsIble to the pco pIe for Its administration and it can not be responsible unless It administers the affairs or goverumpnt tlirouEl- momhers or Its own party There is Ilt much sense hn the President lnvittng Republicans or the Country to elect a Democratic House or Represn tlves next year as there Is In plac Ing three members or the cabinet fror the opposite party PARDON FOR GEN JOHNSTON Gov Wllson has granted a pardon to Adjt Gen JohnitJn who has been under Indictment for an assuh com mltted on Denny IJ Goode editor or the FOCUS In granting the pardon before trial the Governor makes It conditional upon payment or a fine or 100 and declares he beleves this to be a suWcent penalty for an offense or the kInd charged against the mllltnry gentleman no matter who I might be the guilty party It Js perhaps nntural that the Governor I should feel dispored to bo lent conIslderatlonarable career as a soldier and the ex- tenuutJng circumstances or rroveca ion possibly ho exception could be taken to the course he has followed We are Inclined to think the 100 CIne Is enough to satisfy the demands or justice In this particular instance But we must differ from the Gov- rnori when he sets 100 US the limit of penalty to be exacted when an Irate Individual beats up on edltol1 who has ramrod upon his toes by some innocent reference dlspleastng to his vanl ty In behalf or the craft we protest igatust the persons or editors being held so cheaply by the GOvernor or the Stato itlsno crime to call a man 1 peacock and Mr Giode narrowly escaped most serious Injury from his rssailnnt for this trivial offense wean conceive or an occasion arIsing when wo might deem It our public duty to call a man a pelican or a dodo If 110 followed the applIcation or these zoological epithets by a violent lemonstration In which our corporeal feelings suffered we would expect the court and the Governor to estimate the worth or those feelings at more than a paltry 100 Mr Goode Is properly surprised we think at the action or the Governor Whether loo Is wise In tnaUtutdng a damage suit Is a matter entirely per want to himself We have no opinion to express But we feel that the bond or sympathy which exists between newspaper men demands a demurrer The Adjutant General dies not gain redit by thus seeking to escape the onsequences or his own ra h conduct lie bought his uniform Jnte dlflroputi- tI violating the law ho 1s charged with nistalningand It would have boon the 1flat or courage and manbuod to take his medlclnc like the bravo aoldier he has always been edrsldered without InchingLouisville Herald t 1100 J GEN + 7J08HSTON IS PARDONED And Editor beany B Goode WiU Pile SOOOO Damage Suit f Louisville Ky Dec 13on bear lag that Governor Willson hud grant ed a patdun to Adjutant General P P Johnston under Indictment In Jet ferson county for strIking De 1nylJ- l oode editor or the Focus proVided General Johnston pay a fine or 100 olr docile gave the followIng statement I was advIsed by persons vLo are familiar with tile Governors rdonlng proclivities that he would probably pardon General Johnston from Ii jail sentence but I could not believe that he would Issue a pardon before trial- Governor Wlllsons pardon forces me Into the attitude or filing a damage suit JC the Governor prevents me front getting justice In the crfn anal courts he fortunately Is powerless to grant a pardon In a civil trial Mr Goode after II conference with his attorneys announced that ho would lie a suit for damages for 50000 against General Johnston The Paramount Issue Governor Harmon regards the Tarlll as does Mr Bryan the paramount Is sue and the latter calls on the voters to weight well the tact that the only time his party won In a Presidential election In the pat generation was when Tariff reform was the Issue The farmers have not forgotten the reform tinkering The four years or that Tarter Is well remembered by the forelgnCTSwho do nothing to pay our taxes They had the markets or this nation donated and the loss io American farmers In sheep andt wOQI In UeS tate or OhIo during the Clove land administration was 14153l1G The loss to the farmers of the Rep- Ublic oft sheep husbandry was 60 529841 Governor Harmon and Mr Bryan are on record as adherents of the Ideals and IHcles or the author or the Declaration or Independence yet oth4y are recroQnt to the patriotic sane Protective declarations or that distInguIshed statesman Perhaps the ablest Democrat In the National Legislature especIally In the Senate Is Mr Raynor of Maryland and he predicts that tho new Tariff will not provide sufficient income Cer tain Munchausens have averred that the Republican party was committed to lower tho Tariff Mr Bryan Is fair and says that there was no prom Ise to lower the Tariff if there was the intention Ito lower the rates the word reduce would have been used Instead or rovlsoWawcon o Republican For Sale 2jh acre farm 1 mile East of Render 14 miles West or Beaver Dam good two story dwelling and out build- Ings Apply to J W CARTER lra- lanzas ly 19t4 CENTERTOWN J D Stogner and family have moved from their farm to our town J D Tichenor lute traded his town property to 11r Snell and bought property or U S FaughtI Mss Flossie Tlchenor or Rock port visited her parents hero Sun day Hardy Shacklett and wife or Cen tral City vllstcd relatives here last week D J McKenney coiDetnplates mov Ing to Owonsbom very soon E S McMiilanwho hue been In Ill- Inois railroading Is with us again John union bas a petition with our railroad near Madisonvllle North Rowe MeHenry was here this week on business Card of Thanks We take this means or thanking our friends and neighbors or Hart ford and those out In the county wlio were tlo kind and benevolent to us durIng our late bereavement Mr and Mrs R D Martin and Children Defeating the Will of Congress The attempt or the railroads by Increasing freight rates to take all or the advantage Congress sought to give to California lemon growers through additional Tariff duties has been temporarily halted by an In I junctJon from the United States i Circuit Court The question will now await tho action or the Interstate Commerce Commlrslnn and Jt may take II year or oven kngcr J ore a- leciston Is rfcood tlinugb It It IS- ldveno I I to this loinnn twere tboy j will 41 to fray th r lt4 r o- uid they bate b tan a 1Erd 11 bat I cUoct Tlo ylDltJlhy of the plbliti will to a- r c oc j tJJ f certainly he with the pmnge and 1Bnon growers Co Increases ibe duties to help them No oom plaint otlnsuCtiMt1t irelghtralea was beard at that fine the orangu growers wore eomplainln ot enexc- esttive charge by tho railrond in their rate of 116for oranges while they charged only 1 for lemons and an appeal had boon made to the In ctltooorltheCOngress ndno thought or Increasing the Tariff tc benefit thoII railroads and such greed for It hardly M called by any other name should bl repressed In 1J07 4251 230 In valrte or lemons were Im ported That clearly shows In In sufficient Tariff rate and the Increase was made But if the railroads have their way the importers will be In the same favored position ns before A Big Show for Sale One or the finest and best equipped moving picture shows in Kentucky for sale Will exchange for land or stock Reason for selling have gone Into the mercantile business Call on or write meat Beaver Dam Ky Yours truly tt A D TAYLOR Reduction in Price of Flour In order to further intro duce our Golden Rule Flour- a Fancy High Patent which is giving such universal satis faction we will for a limited time only make the following low prices Golden Rule High Patent 241h 85e Golden Rule High Patent 481h160Golden Rule High Patent Barrel65QfAR- TFORO GROCERY COIN A D WHITE BUILDING Dr J T Hardin Dr H J Bell Hardin S Dell Dentists Office upstairs In Republican build Ing Hartford Cy We employ all the latest methods In Dentistry All work done as nearly painless as can be done today We make at specIalty or teeth without plate We do painless extracting either with a local or general anesthetic We Invite you to give us n trIal as- a pleased patient Is our best adver tisement All work guaranteed Con sultation and examination Free Phon GUNS GUNS Have Just Received n Largo Line Of Shot Guns fliflos Target Guns AMMUNITION SHELLS ETC And respectfully asks you to call and see the largest and best line of Shot Guns ever in Hartford Prices the lowest U S CARSON Groceryman HARTFORD KY Newv- Commercial Hotel Hartford Ky UNDER NDEXPE RIENCED MANAGEMENT Everything rlrstclnss The best of tare served right The comfort and welfare of all guests especially looked after Special attention to traveling men Rate 2 per day Special rate to reqular boarders Your patron age solicited t I rGEO M STEELE Proprietor I s p rtr 1 J i l r r H THE NEW STORE IICarries a splendid r fline of Ladles Misses and Chi= i04 l drens r Tailored t Cloaks J t They have been carefully selected with regard to quality ofmaterial right pretty de signs in new pop= iular styles a ttprices that willMsuit the purchas I erThe ZlfGHR BRAND HIgh Cl- assSHOE FOR Quality and Form Also an excellent line of Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes of rev liable make indifferent grades and leathers We can save you moneyf JUST RECEIVED Suitable for Xmas gifts a selectIstock of Dress Goods SilksNotions and Fancy Novelties that bids fairrto please the Xmas sho- pperRosenbhittg r THE STORE THAT SATISFIES J E Fogle Building Opposite Court House HARTFORD KY 1AW1IJj Wiww wriwA WWlt- j Furniture For Christmas A Furniture Store is a most satisfying place for the Christ man shopper Year by year the custom of giving a present that is both useful and beautifnl is increasing and nothing fills the requirements so full as a piece of Furniture Then there is such a great variety of articles and the range ofprice is so extensive Let us enumerate a few of the many presents you could find at our Store for Christmas although to appreciate the values the goods must be seen Come and Seep our Holiday line of Rockers Center Tables Toilet F Tables Mirrors Lamps Glassware Chinaware Rugs PicYLures Clocks Sideboards China Closets Iron and Brass Bdsteads Folding Beds Couches Davenports and hurl 0 Jreds of other useful things Terms to Suit Prices the Lowestri 1- Schroader5 CoiT- he Only Exclusive Furniture t House in Hartford Ky IIfo t l t M t ti 5 t t i r S 1 y IM I itiQr f A Gigantic Deal JF l We wish to sa9tothe public stud little folks that we Have closed out our Entire Stock to Santa Clause He has full and complete control We wart to thank you for ttyour liberal patronage and ask for our successor Santa a continuance of your much esteemed trade You foysfjtthat will be shown in Hartford this year The little folks i will be delighted Parents are requested to bring them and jp look over the stock Toys Second Floor Besides these IIihe is offering special values for older heads in Cloaks Furs Tailored Suits Silks Dress Good Millinery Mens Suits IfOverCoats Shirts Ties Etc Any trade given our successor ift will be appreciated by us I lfI yjlere Right HereWith the Goods Arid those goods consist of everything necessary to cele brate the glorious Christmas Retime Good things to eat la r iVell youll smile And b something else Sure thing f Fire Crackers Torpedoes k Salutes Roman Candles Fruits Fruit Baskets Can I dies Nuts all kinds of Fancy Canned Goods Applesv I kt QrangeSj Bananas Cakes W Fancy Groceries of all kind- sPthcyro here Come lets have agood time t rrV Fresh OYSTERS ia fine CELERY and- ICRANBERRIES your xr for US t f r We Willmake a specialtyof nice Z FRUITBASKETSikr L f City Restauranti bucklT v Co Proprietors 1 Se IfeU Ily I fi f t L j J K c j 1 Ir 1rt Hartford Republican FnIDAY DECEMBER 17 IMInolsContral RallroadTlme Table At Boaver Dam KY Norih llnuuit Hoiilli llnnnn- 4o 11 due 615 n in Nol l duellSS a ni lKMii7l220p m No 101dne2a9p- mtolO2dnelpm HotSI rtoj8 05ro Baby blankets at fairs Bring Your Furs to U S Carson Economy smiles at our prices I I Carson Co Golden Flour 165 Hartford Grocery Co Wo are never too busy to watt on you Carson Co Chrlsttmas Opening Saturday at Fairs Everything good to oat at the City Restaurant For fine Fruits and Candles see Hartford Grocery Co The price on every garment tells a saving story Carson Co We have tho right Shoes at the right prices Carson Co Our clotthlng costs little looks well and lasts long Carson Co Fairs areclosingout their Mlllln ery Prices cut half The best Shoes andTthebest place to buy your Shoes at Fairs A smile of satisfaction goes withI every Suit sold by Carson Co Mr Dress Well buys LIBERTY SPECIAL Hats at Carson Cos Buy your family supplies Irom I Noah White the progressive grocer Oct your Fruit Basket here Any price you wantHartford Grocery Co For a meal or lunchgoto the City Restaurant Plenty to oat prices right The City Restaurant ds better pre pared than ever before to teed the peopleTry the new City Restaurant for a good square meal ARBUCKLE CO PROPS Make your boyan Xmas present with a Suit of Clothes bought of Carson Co For elegant Christmas presents re1 member the Hartford Drug Co Is right in tho lead Box lose6 mouths guarantee Makes a fine gift- Barnard Co Seven years experience is worth something Dont tall to see Hers Fruit Baskets before you purchase All the girls are talking about those nice boxes of Lowneys Chocolates at Ilors Grocery So get in line boys They will treat you right at the City Restaurant Every customer sat- Isfied ARBUCKLE CO Props What builds up a business is truthful representation and right prices Wo always give you both Ilers Grocery If you dont believe Santa Claws has arrived all right just drop into the drag store of Z Wayno Griffin Bro Miss Minnie RenfrowFowllng Green Ky was tho guest of Misses Effle and Eddlth Duke city Sunday wn Monday Dont forget to give your sweet heart a subscription to Ilers Rotary Library Just received twentyfive of the latest books bliss Nora Wedding who is teach ing near Ceralvo was the guest other parents Dr and Mrs S J Wedding slty last Saturday and Sunday Delft forgot that Hers Grocery i- tt s aiW4 Vlinrv on ultrcvi lad tha choicest of Fruit Baskets Any price you want from fifty cents 10 five dol larsMr F L7 Felix editor of the Hart ford Herald who has been very ill at his home on Walnut Street for sovcrnl weeks we are glad to an nounce is out of danger and on his way to a speedy and entire recovery Leave your laundry at Pates puny torum tor the Richmond Steam Laun dry Richmond Ind The laundry always gives satisfaction Prompt delivery Satisfaction guaranteed 22tt A E PATE Agent We have the goods here for you It is not our fault if you dont get them We have laid in a larger supply than ever before of Bananas Oranges Lemons GrapeFruit Pineapples White Grapes California Apples NYApples Cocoanuts Raisins Dates Fig and Mixed Nuts J C ILER Regular preaching service at the Methodist church in Hartford next Sunday morning and evening The pastor desires to sco a full attendance of the members Subject ot sermon nt 11to mWhyWe are Method Is at Evening subject An impor Question Answered AU corj dlally Invftedi r 77 4 Fall Suits for Men Ladies and Boys Full of snap and go Carson Co SaturIdayXmas A tow Coat Suits left at Fairs Special prices to you Bargains in Overcoats and Mens I Suits at Fairs Saturday I Santa Claus will stock up his sleigh at the Hartford Drug Co Headquarters for Santa Clams nt Flairs Opening Saturday For best Groceries at lowest prices see Hartford Grocery Co Special prices Saturday on Ladles I and Misses Cloaks at Fairs Our stock of Ladles and Misses Wraps is complete Visit us- Carson Co Just received Zinc lot of Rocking Chairs suitable for Xmas presents Carson Co- If you are laking for Clothing for men youths orchildren see Carson Co Buy Simmons Kid Gloves for Christ mac present Only at Barnard Cos Lots of Fire Works Boys and a I good place to buy them- Hartford Grocery Co Dont miss tho Mllllnary Bargains at Fairs Cost not considered They must go We will have plenty of Fruits and Candles for everybody Hartford Grocery Co When buying groceries remember Noah White next door to Woerners shoo store Mrs W P Render anU daughters Mary and Mafoyn Matanzas ore the guests of Mrs C E Smith city Mrs Virgo Renfrew who had been visiting relatives In Hartford return ed to her home In Dundee Monday You will find a large supply of Oysters Celery and Crtnberrics for your Xmas dinner aters Grocery Now Is the time to buy Suits for men boys and ladles See what we have before buying Carson Co Rocking Chairs for father Rocking Chairs for mother Rocking Chairs for brother r sister at Carson Cos For a quick meal or lunch go to the City Restaurant You will be plea ed with the attention and prices Everything In season that Is good to eat will be found at the City Res taurant undre the new management I Mr McDowell A Fogle a student I of Harvard University Cambridge rlandDr Woolfolk Darrow New York arrived Wednesday evening to join I his wife and daughter who are the guests of Irs Barrows 1tren lIon j and Mrs H P Taylor city Leave your Laundry at Clevo Hers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madlsonvllle Steam Laundry Madlsonvllle Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf Miss Popple Nan has taken charge of the hot drinks stand at the drug store o f 1 Wayne Griffin Bro and Is serving hot chocolate and a 10 lIat1ronlzeAs usual Santa Claus has his head ZdWayne Griffin Bro Everything to please the taste the needs the pocU etbook Toys of every description and more elegant things for the old nr folks You cant rail to find something to please as u gift out of their Immense stock You will find a more complete line of JewelryOptlcal Goods arid Edinons Phonographs for Xmas than I have ever carried before Buying is going to be early this season nnd I advise you accordingly Remember my mot to high quality low prices and a square deal J B TAPPAN Your Jeweler Captain James DeWceso returned last Saturday from n hunting trip In Arkansas He reports a very enjoya blo and successful trip He was ac companied by Mr Watt Taylor Ma tanzas They killed a number of Wild turkeys and a great deal of small game but were not successful in obtaining any deer The meeting which has been in progress at Concord has closed and Rev J W Bruner will fill his reg ular appointments at the Baptist church Sunday At the evening services tho theme will bo The Birth of Christ Introductory to which will be a brief summary as to how wei should observe Christmas When hungry if you will drop into tho City Restaurant you will find set before you without any long walt n teptlng array of good things that thoroughly satisfies too liuj r man Also a full lIno of confectioneries cigars and soft drinks Arbucklo Co cater to tho best trado and con duct their business in a way that insures it 49t4 r IrlliE OLD 9Will soon be gone You cannot undo the acts already performed Nothing can be recalled Soon it Ia will be but a matter of history Mistakes were made You cannot1 h make a wrong right But you can scatter deeds o2 kindness the re= manycing heart The Christmas Problem iIs easy if you depend on us to set 0- tie it Tell us your troubles We Ican help you We will suggest practicalarticles that are useful for the grown= ups Dolls good Books and harmless Toys for child = ren Visit us during Christmas buying You will find many good things you had not thought of buy ing nor have I any regrets after buying fro- mBarnard Be Co Irtford Ky i n n Christmas Presents For Everybody You will find them at the store of the Hartford Drug Co Elegant articles of many descriptions suitable for stay ago or purpose You dont know how cheaply and handsomely you can make somebody happy until you see this stock Everything new and novel the best Santa Claus has to of fer Things useful as well as ornamental Yon rant af ford to miss making somebody happy if yon will only glance at our stock See our show windows for ti samplemore in side No trouble to show you or quote prices HartfordINCOItrORATKD Drug Co INothing more refreshing in cold weather than a hot drink For anything In this line call on Miss Pop ple Nan at Griffins drug sorte u Doctor C G Baxter Veternary Surgeon who has been located in Hartford for several years left yesterday for Morganflcld Ky where lio will locate for the practice of his profession HO was accompanied by Mr Darrel Sullengcr who will act ns his assistant and will enter tchool at Morgauficld Dr Baxter has made many fronda in Ohio cMiny who will regret to know 6i his luirtrUirc while young Sullgnper will be very greatly missed among his friends and companions ut Hartford I 4 1 y Ladles Home Journal or Saturday Evening Post makes tine Xmas presents Yearly subscriptions to any address Barnard Co speical agents Captain James DeWocse and Prof Marvin Black two of the most proih inent young Republicans at Obtocoun ty have just been oppolnted o Civil Service Eligible 1Uttopodtlgns in the Internal Revenue Seryke jut Owemrtwro Capt DeWeesw e tjd the highest on the 11 t w tuSvI bf 1 Black a close saafmljoh tptitpurltyn IB to be congratulated because of tht rorojjnlskm of two such worthy YO inti atd the lUrvonue Sorvlco hascCttined two very competent officials r- 1v V Ji ij y IIiiiI1iTTTapSheriffs Sale By virtue of execution No 214 Book 20whlch hefted from the Clerk office of the Davleaa Circuit Court against the Deanfield Coal Company and Guy Dean In favor of T A Pedley recelveron tho 29th day of July1909for the fcum of IP25509 with Interest thereon at tho rato of 6 per cent por annum from tho 23rd day of Aprll1906 until paid also 182589 with interes- tthereonatthe rate of 6 per cent from April 61908 tfntll paidrS2O2463 with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from April 9 1908 until paid 106141 with Interest at the rate of 6 por cent per annum from April 17 1908 until paid 102196 with In terest from June 20 1908 until paid 316163 with Interest from Juno 24 1907 until paid 360514 with interest from June 30 1908 until paid 634927 with Interest from June 23 1908 unt11 paid 83119 with Interest rom Juno 25 1908 until paid 2184 Jfl with Interest from June 28 1908 until paid 59451 with Interest from June 28 1908 until paid 21903 with Mntcrest from April l 1908 until paid 495823 with interest from May 21 1908 until paid 22146 with Interest from May 27 1908 until paid 5000 with interest from June 3 1908 un til paid 634957 with Interest from Juno 24 1908 until paid 134793 with Interest from June 29 1U08 un til paid and 191960 with interest from July 2 1908 until paid Also the sum of 960 which to tile said Pedley by said Court was adjudged his as cost In that suit expended I will on Mon day the 3rd day of January 1910 at the court house door In Hartford Ky after for sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property or eo much thereof as may be jiocessary to produce the sums re quired towit Item 1 A certain tract or parcel of land conveyed to S M Dean MOW deceased by James D Miller and wlfo by deed dated October 9 1889 and of record In the office of- tiro Clerk of the Ohio County Court In deed book 9 at page 314 and devised by the said S M Deane to Quy M Deane one of the defendants In this oxeculon by his will dated December 30 1893 and of record In the office of the Clerk of the Da Tloss County Court in will book B at page 479 and bounded as follows Beginning at Jacob Millers line on tiie Falls of Rough Railroad then irlth Jacob Millers line N 630 feet Chen a straight line West to Charles B Phillips then with Phillips line South by West to the rallroadthence with the railroad to the beginning containing twentyseven and one fourth acres more or less Item 2 A certain tract or par cel of land conveyed to S M Deane lOW deceased by deed dated November 15 1889 and of record in the office of the Clerk of tho Ohio Coun ty Court In deed book No 9 at page 315 and dovlsed by the said S M Doane to Guy M Deane one of the defendants In said execution by tats will dated December 30 1893and ef record in the office of the Clerk of the Daviess County Cour In will look D at page 479 and bounded as follows Beginning at the Owens fcoro and Falls of Rough Railroad and Charles Hardlns line thence North with Hardlns line to J B illllcre line thence with J B Mil lers line ot McElroys lino and wlht Mcelroys line West thence with llcElroys line South to the railroad thence with tho railroad to the beginning Enough to make ten acres Item 3 A certain tract or parcel of land conveyed to S M Dcancnow deceased by Jacob Miller by deed dated October 7 1889 of record In the office of tho Clerk of the Ohio Coun ty Court In deed book 9 at page 316 and by the children and heirs at law of Jacob Miller by deed dated March 26 1890 and of record In tho Clerks office aforesaid In deed book 9 at bytheone of the defendants in said execu iton by his will dated December 30 1893 and of record In the office of CountyCourtbounded as follows Beginning at the crossing of tho Owensboro Falls of Rough and Green River Railroad and tho Hartford and Hawesvllle road theItarttordwithDoardsto J B Millers line Uienco South with J B Mlllurs line to said rail toheparticularlydescribed courses and distances as follows Beginning at a state 31 feet from tho Center of the Owensboro Falls of Rough Green River Railroad and In the middle of the Hartford and themIddlo chainsN29 min E 431 chains to a stake in BoardsthenceW 2282 chains to a steno corner of J Millerslinetake Burks corner In Millers line thence with Burks line S 5432 E S48 chains to a stake 33 feet from the middle of said railroad thence 33feetUtolng eighty acres but from the above described boundary there la to be deducted seven and onehalf acreS void and deeded by Jacob Miller to H R Kirk C T Pierson W N Castlen C B Simmons WIlUam SEr acreseeolldin pareeaone bf the defendants In said oxccu 4lgaiy Charles B Phillips and wife dated September 2 1890 sfAT if In thko office of the CIrioftbe OhIo Cuonty Court in deed 600 9 at page 533 and bounded s follows Beginning at two white oaks and hickory thenco N 2Y E lOOJi poles to two dogwoods and a 1- I hickory thence S 78 B 61 poles to a gum white oak and red bud thence S 11 W 147 poles to o hickory and white oak thence K 79 W 69 pales to two hickories and white oak then N 12J4 E 47 poles to a gum In the branch thence N 76 W15 poles to the beginning containing 54 34 acres but there 1s expected out of said boundary the ten acfea thereof which were sold and conveyed by the Oharloa B Phillips and wlfa to S b Dean by deed dated day of Novem ber 1889 and of record In tho Clerks office ot the Ohio County Court In dood bok 9 at pago 315 Item 5All the rights of Charles B Phillips and wife or either of the In and to or under a lease made b them U J W M Field and S M Deane dated August 22 1889 and of record In mortgtage book O page S8 la tho Ohio County ClerkB office which said rights were conveyed to Guy M Deane one of the defendants In said execution by the said deed dated September 2 1890 and of record In the Clerks office asforesald In deed book 9 at page 533 Item 6A certain tract or parce of land conveyed to the said Guy Deane one of tho defendants 4n tut execution and R W Field by d dated October 24 1891 and of record In tho office of too Clerk of tho Ohio County Court In deed book number 10 at page 219 the Interest of the said FeUd therein being afterwards purchased by the said Guy M Deane tho said tract of land being bounded as follows Beginning at a stone in the Hawesvllle and Hartford road white oak and dogwood polnetre run ning thonce S 11 W 42 poles to a gum dogwood and popular thenc- S 64 E 11 4 poles to a hickory an dogwood thence N11 E 42t poles to a stone thence N 26 W 25 poles to a stone white oak pointer thence N 79 W 96 poles to tho beginning con tamping 35 34 acres ore or lera Item 7Two certain racs or eels of land conveyed to tho said Guy M Dean by F W Harris and wife by deed dated November 11 1891 and of record In the office of the Clerk of the Ohio County Court in deed book 10 at page 347 and bounded as follows a Beginning at a stake on the right of way of the Owensboro Falls of Rough and Green Presentlotyards to a stake thence W 35 yards to a stake corner of Peter Hestin ling thence S 70 yards with his line to a stake on the right of way of said railroad thence E 35 yards to tho beginning containing ouehalf ATP mad bvvaP cuptevxi to F W Harris by Calvin Simmons and wife by deed dated January r l90 and of record in the Clerks office afford said In deed book 11 at pope 188 b Beginning at a stake In the right of way of the Owensboro Falls of Rough and Green River Railroad an other corner of T J Hardin thence W 17 12 yards to a stake thence S 70 yards to a stake on said rail road thence East with said right of eglnnlngBoth f land lie adjoining each other maybethe following tracts of land towit The farm on which James H Hardin resided on September 6 1895and bounded as follows Beginning at a roadthenSwhite oak and dogwood see Hardlns proletogumdogwood lnIng liardin abovodtscrlbedfollows Beginning at a stake near a large poplar thence with tho Mar- SStheHawesvllle polesthencelino to run the same latitude as tho Hardinsr said two tracts or parcels of land saidGuywirebyof record In the office of the Clerk desbook I mineins scribed real estate towit The east halt divided by a fence and run theformerandbolngbounded as follows Beginning at thenceSUlfficeSpslplarthencechestnut and two white oaksthence beginningcontaining upon saidGuywife by deed dated May 2 1895 and of record in the office of the Clerk deedbookparcel ltydeedof record In the office of the Clerk deedbookbounded as follows One lot of ground lying on the South side of the Owensboro Falls of Rough and Green River Railroad and bounded as t follows Beginning at a stako In the railroad right of way corner to C C Rhoads and running on a North ern directlton with said Rhoads lineI107 feet to a stake thence W feet thence S 107 feet to the rail road right of way thence East with tho said right of GS foot and six Inches tut thoooclillling and being a part of thoground purchased r r J = Diseases The Tenderfoot Firmer It worn OttO ot these experimental farmers jrho put tfreea spectacles wi his cow pod fed her1 baIHit theory vra that it dkfat matter What the cow ate so load M the was fed Tho questions of digestion wdnobrk meat not catered latohlS calculations Its only a tenderfoot farmer that would try ouch an experiment with a cow But many a farmer feeds Wm afehavf1 grow weak the action of the prjjans of digestion end ntitridonaro impaired and the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousness To strengthen the stomach restore tho activity ot the or liana ot digestion and aateltloa sad brace up theaerres use Dr JPlcrcoa Golden Medical Discovery It Ja aa ma ytaUlnl remedy matt has tho confidence of physiclaaa aa tile praise ot thousands Kculed by la nose In the strictest sense Golden Medical Discovery Is a temperance med cine It contains neither Intoxicants nor narcotics and is as free from alcohol BS from opium cocaine and other dangerous drugs All ingredients printed oil its outside wrapper Dont let a dealer delude you for bis own profit There Is no medicine for stomach liver cad blood just as oodatanldln Medical Discovery Iby G W Kelly and wife from Pow pard defendantsIwife by deed dated December 8 1893 and of record in the office of the Clerk of the Ohio County Court in deed book 20 at page 555 and de scribed 03 follows A certain lot or parcel of land lying and being In the town of Deanfleld Ohio County Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone in the Hartford road and corner of R A Tanners lot and ruadlEast with said Burks line 408 feet to a stone thence West 408 feet to the beginning and said to contain one acre being the same lot transferred by C K Rboada to Peter Simmons May 11 1893 Item 12A certain tract or parcel of land In the town of Deanfleldcon veyed to said Deanfleld Coal Com pany by W S Harris and wife by deed dated November 5 1903 and of record in the office of the Clerk of tho Ohio County Court In deed book 20 at page 556 and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake at the corner of a lot formerly owned by W M Bell and In the Una of the right of way of the L CR R Company thencb N 150 feet to a stake in the Deanfield Coal Company line thence W 91 12 feet to a stake thence South 150 feet to a stake In th North line of the I C R R right of way thence East with said right of way 91 12 feet to the beginning Item 13 A certain lot or parcel of land In the town of Deanfleld conveyed to the said Deanfleld Coal Company by Victoria Pike and her husband by deed dated November 5 1903 and of record In the office of the Clerk of tile Ohio County Court In deed book 20 at page 558 and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone corner of William M Bells lot on the Hartford and Cloverport road thenco North with said road 45 feet to tho lot deeded to Peter Herlzlng thence west forty feet to a stone thence S 45 feet to the William M Bell lot thence B 144 feet to the beginning Item 14 A certain lot or parcel of land In the town of Deanfleldcon veyed to the said Deanfleld Coal Company by Victoria Pike and her husband by deed dated November 6 1903 and of record in the office of tho Clerk of the Ohio County Court In deed book 20 at page 559 and bounded as follows Beginning at C B Phillips corner on the Hart ford and Cloverport road running thence South with said to the right of way of the I C R R Company thence Fast wlh the said right of tiny to Mrs M J Millers corner thence North with Mrs Mill ers line to C B Phillips lino thenco West with C B Phillips line to tho beginning gasmcltlall All der the following descdlbed landwlth the right and privilege to enter there on and mine or otherwise obtain same towit A tract or parcel of land lying In Ohio County Kentucky on the waters of Panther Creek beginning at a hickory thence North 11 E 132 poles to a white oakthenco N 79 W 132 poles to a stone in the Hartford road thence S 12 W 132 poles to three oaks thence p 79 E 116 poles to the beginning containing 94 acres ono rod and 34 poles and being the same conveyed by Thomas J Hardin and wifeCreed Hardin and wife James Hardln and W D Hardin to Sidney HardinMarch 3 1885 the said coal gsa rock Iron and other minerals contained on or under said tract or parcel of land having been conveyed to the said Deanfleld Coal Company by Sidney S Hardin by deed dated April 28 and of record In the office of the Clerk of the Ohio COunty Court in deed book 25 at page 368 Item 16 A certain tract or par cel of land lying and feeing in the town of Deanfleld conveyed to the Deanfield Coal Company by Henry Vogel and wife by deed dated April 18 1908 and of record in the office of the Clerk of the Ohio Coun ty Court Inxleed book 26 at page 371 and bounded at follows Beginning at a stun on the North side of the I C R R right of way running thence North along the line of the Deanfleld Coal Company property known u the Powell property 210 feet to a stake thence Wect 70 12 feet along the line of the Miller property to a stake thence S 210 feet to a state on the North side of the I C R R Companys right of way 70 18 feet to tho beginning Item 17 Also the following person al property of the said Deanfleld Coal Company at Deanfleld Ohio county Kentucky Two large boll ers a lot of old irons oni wire rope ten coal cars and lot of coal car track railing Levied upon as the property of Guy M Deane and the Doanfiold Coal Company September 17 1909 The said properties described in Bald items one two three four five six seven eight nine and ten wore so levied on aforesaid under said el ection as the property of said Guy M Deane and the said properties described in said items eleventwelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen and seventeen so levied on aforesaid under said execution were lev Ied on as the property of the said Deanfleld Coal Company This September 17 1909 R B MARTIN S O C By GRANT POLLARD D S The Kind You Have Always Bought ISignature Gifts of Silverware r Nothing more acceptable can be offered than attractive silverware combining good taste with a of endurance which assures lifelong service Iquality make 1847 ROGERS BROS xsTRIPLE ware most desirable gifts Today this renowned trade mark assures the purchaser not only ofsecuring the original brand of Rogers but the heaviest grade plate guaranteed by the makers to give absolute satisfaction The remarkable durability of ROGERS BROS Silver has won it the popular tIc Silver Plate that WearsJ maJbeMERIDIN BRITANNIA cO talnotlaUUt C aeewd Mrld n Conn SUREuCURE rot of STOMACHLIVER bad road 1903 laid CASTORIAPor for Quick Relief and Cero forHead- ache BacRache DlzzlneM Indifiextloa Malaria etc 1 P 7 iroCoraouiLtvJIlreultCo rtJrF BGkhe5 JudeDeg D Ulnro Attorney W M Fleaer Jiiler Bd O BCTS Clerk TrankL Felix Master ComraWonerr L1Qo leyj Qrusteo Jury Fund R B Martin Sheriff Hartford DeputleB A Bratctoer W 0 J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes lira Monday In March and August and continues three weokb and third mondaj in May and November two weeks County COurtW B Taylor JUde W S TJnsley Clerk J3 M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes tint Monday In each mont- hQuarterlyCourtDegfnsoutbe third Monday m January April July and Oc tober Tuesdaymay in October Other OfflcT N Itoxley Surveyor Khreve s W Leach Assessor Rt RoyJame DeWeesoSchool Superintend ent Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo JUSTICES COURTS- J H Williams Deaver DamMarch M June 23 September 24 December It W P Miller Hone BranchMarch 26 June as September 25 December 24 W S Lean DundeMarch 27 Jun 26 September 28 December 27 W R Edge FordsvUloMarch 28June Z September 27 December 28 B a ChamberlaIn BedaMarch 2 June 26 September 2b December 29 Herbert Render Centertown March 30 June 29 September S December JO John H Miles RockportMarch IX June SO September 30 December C HARTFORD POLICE COURT R R Wedding Judge J a GtenuCtt MarshalCourtmonth City C uncilJ H Williams Mayor TroosIGrttttnHOOKerSchool Trustees HartfbrdC M Crow J a Glenn W R Tlnsleya M Barnett gad Dr E B Fendletoa RELIGIOUS SERVICES thirdSunday7 p m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Pray eveningRayBaptist ChurchrServlces held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday nIght and fourth Sunday everyWednesdayC P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 s m and 7 p m Rev T C Wilson Pastor eyeryf01U1hp m Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 676 F ft A Ma eons meets first and third Monday BarnettWKeystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Saturday night In each month RoscoeRenderHartford Chapter Jfb 84 O B ameets on 2nd and 4th Monday evening HettfeRileyRough River Lodge No 110J Knlghti of Pythlaa meet every Tuesday night E B Pendleton C C Roscoe Render K of R and S Hartford Tent No M K O T M meeta every Thursday night E B Pendletnn Commander 1 P Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 1 O T M Meets first Friday evening and third MrsEkeepSrPreston Morton Post No 4 Q A B hold regular meetings Saturday bst the first Sunday In each month Ash RogersAdjtOhio Tribe No 188 Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednes day nights In each month C E Morrison Sachem A E Pate Chief of Records Acme Lodge No 339 I 0 O F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 L N Gray N B B D Schroater Secretary Carpenters and Joiners local No 1881 meets 1st Saturday night in each month Noah Skuggs Free W D Luce SCCTTCBB OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of National Officers C O DRIAYTON Pres GreeiMrtHe Ill DowlingGreenBD KUMP Sec Trees Indiana pollsState Officers J C CANTRILL Pres Georgetown K 8 B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pies Bearer Dam Ky p OAL P KEOWN Treas Hartford Ky C E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OE EDUCATION J M DoWeeae Chairman Hartford Ky 1 L B Tichenpr Hartford R F D No6 a J A Bellamy Whitesrille 3 F D Baugnn Hartford R F D No1 4 T W McQuady Balzetown Ky 5 Richard Plinnmea Taylor Mines 6 J L Brown RockponU rLEDTRlcrJITTER8 curativeiMed1ctB S 4 S fl f lO SIOa o Jl nTIoxsUBARNETT SMITH W ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY t Nvlll practfcdthelr pjof sslon in ctll he courts otOhloand djolnlncCoU tier and Court pf Appeals Special ati tendon given to all business entrusted to their care Collections and the Pram Ice of Criminal arid Real Estate Law iT fIngFRANK L FELIXry j Attorney atLaw JJ HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in Ohlojand adjoining countlea and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty Office In the HeryaId building R R WEDDING 1 Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal tCourt Prosecute claims toe pensions ttto Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Public for Ohio county Office over Wllllama bro Store i4t MLHKAV1UN EUNE8T WOODWAll- ffHEAYRIN WOODWARD GkUoxrva a aau3 HARTFORD KY Will practice thslr profession ha all the eourta of Ohio county uti Court of Appeals Special attention giv en criminal practice and collections Of flee ant door to Beak of Hartford YANCY LMOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW l HARTFORD KY 4 Will practice his profssslon In all the M Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Dank JOHN B WILSON CHAS U CROWS WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profceolon In oJ3 the courts of Ohio end adjoining coun ties And In the Court ot Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections OttlosJ OB Main St opposite Court House M A TARRHRemedy Elys Cream Balm It quickly absorbed Gives Rttltl at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseasmcmb- rane resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the IIoro gnlckly tbo Senses 10 of HAY Taste and Smell Full size CO J Rlsls or by mail In liquid FEVERIEly Brothers CO Warren Street t Lad TR1DLMARK8 promptty obtained la 9 PATENTTHATupciiM urtlulp you to nocnt Bend model photo or tkttcb for rate report SURPASSING toaO3BO3 StreetWASHINGTON D C ek KILLTHBCOUCHAND I WITH Dr Kings u DiscoveryFOR i AND ALL THROAT AfIIDLUNlTIIOUIIDo GUAJtAf DIIATIrAoro1OB Morn FZ UJiDZD J1II= f c PATENTS I i II rt C l r9 DEFP IW vcopyvtgsadonoryoeddarei4Akdfas saver tIo Patent ssdWdagemeetPractice Exchuelroird jt Wrlle otwme w u- ewzinta ItrM Oft vsaea oITetet 03ee R WASHINGTON DC rt 1I 1a tht- t i7 l 1 u lif Aa n- I j2tl P qg r whj J I j t S y t J ff f dJ uh t T 1 AKISUAIE- F CALLED OF- Ir Plan to Lift Debt of Tem pie Emmanuel Halted cAf Press Ageit Accused of Perfidy- anclMisrepresentation by Young Women j KIsses wtll not scrvoas II lever tutthor burdens of debt from Temple llDianuel The wIsdom of the older supported by aloud and general pro 4et from JewIsh rabbis throught tao city wbo were shoeked a1l such anioenormlty hu resultted In a r- onaIderaUon of the orgnal Plan by those who have In charge the bazaar to be held at West Side Turner Hall The press agent whoever he Is haB boom accused of perfIdy and of mls representation by the young women who were to havo lifted up tholr Zips as a rosy sacrifice and nltogother things are In a pretty chaotAc state The press agent said that kisses real kisses not the candy sortwould lie sold at prlcoo ranging from 60 cents to 260 tho price to depend uI- tl the ardor and length of then and that all who came with the ra ulrod amount of money might 1- reeved In order to put II stamp of truth upon his announcement he fun- Lshed the names of five out of th- SC young women who were su1lposod- tol have acqulsed to the schetno s- t1ti the church might have funds hiG Lulu Mayer of 2923 Clarendo- evenue he said had that conceive the Idea But behold the result of the public 1t6 whIch this unusual bwar recety- ed Every young woman whose name wrb mentioned in the original article Jua been pesters with constant tel phone calls einca that ev11 hour The borIrltJulthatnd others wanted to be certaln that Uttv could purchase Ucketa Thora wu a genera 1sCramble for placeeonI trap walUng list- Pramdnent Jewish clergymen tel It 1t 6 known that the Idea waa most 011- 1auloua and not to b tolerated and rt prasur was brought to bear upon tIIoIe who had gotten up thebuanr Jed upon Dr FeUx A Levy of Tern z Emanuel Dr Emil O Hirsch disapproval In unmeasured terms Bnd 4 4 not hesUtate to say so Other prominent Jaws were as outspoken The result was that a meeting was Juld at which It was decided to with draw from the program The Kiss 4 sale iomi of the girls whose names had i bees mentioned were most Zrefu- t ghee then learned that their names had appeared In print In connectIon vtttk the matter Miss Florence Oug renheim 6006 Michigan avenue wa- et of those 1 dont care whAt others think afaa paid but some ot my frlned- aI fly believed lt and naturally t were horrified They have boon diIllnr me up almost continuouslY I was very angry of course Did I Intend to sell kisses Why o- esrse not No decent girl would d- oath a thing I consented to 1i8U 1 trxera only Hows This Iy or One Hundred Dollanl nI- t II a 1 Iron any owe of catarrh that 1 MlRv5 b cured by Halls eatTrh tea 6 d Chene7 t Co Toledo 0- Wei the uadezsdgnsd haft kDox- rR I ChCJBe1tC the t1Qarsand Idm perfectly honorable II- It nllnRtrnJILCtio118 and tlnaa able to carry out any obg 4iar b7 hie firm wM4ing Kinnan 4I Marvin Wheat MIs I7rmCtWt Toledo o 1aWa CrtrTh Cur Se taken roes j dlr ctly upon the b1aol ate IB1ICOU8 surfaCes of th8 ayt- RmlAiscrrsia I1It tree PrIce 76 saM T4Nr 5dttle sold by all druYLrJa 1 ill s lslas Family pm fo1 boaeo ilILaud Sale For Taxes A vttbae or tugs c18 we S- ti arKt of Oki Bounty Xlntuck7 I i t a Monday January 81810 s- itI te pttbulaleathe Court rls Hrttn1 Ity the lJioIf1a taader pal much thereof sa 1 r te aeeaary to nruo tt- Bva1 reQlripel ila- llihsTt HARTFORD 1 Ibis I rp aIiafl 1- 1j t 4 D 11 33 618lyC widi7 W I 44 a vYea i50R 304 Leallep a p 711- i Mrs D FUO R 1110 1 eHrs Jj o1 tows lot 100- r rh 11T q Ii J towa1el 101- 1Lk IL U at ti0l JIDflI 1tI Jr H 7 J t U Others Must Make Good bYDec 21 Tao proprletoraof this gaper desire to place IL upon a auh heals by the tLrst of Jamlery 1810 We have been carrying m ny ilub rlbera for years without any pay whatever for their IlUbacdpUon No other eenterprise would do thttand Jt Is IWtrlht that We should IMC- er continue uw Policy It hag TOwn to be a custom or country news papers to continue eendlnS the publtcatlon to subscribers until It Is ordered Mopped C amount dMlnquent la paid and subscribers to this class or papers hive grown to exp t thla kind of treatment Formerly it did not coat eo much tp publish a country newspaper but now with the lncrtnse in wagon and coat of paper and aU the mnter1a1s which enter Into the mAke up of a modern newspaper the lose to the publication of only a limited number of dettnqunt subscriptions takes away aU the prom which should be eernod by those who make the investment and furnish the hard work necessary to sustain a country newspaper Besides the tof1ce regulations now prohibit sending of this class of mall to per eons who are as much BB one year In arrears We do not oxpoct to make this change without giving through notice to our readers and those of our subscribers who receive the paper through the pootottlces of Centortown- Fordsvlllo Frrdaville R FD Not Fordavllle R F D No 2Nar rows Narrows it F D No1 Narrows R F D No2 Dundee Barr tts Ferry Horse Branch Dalzotown Renfrow Olaton Olaton R F D No I Reynolds Frledaland RloIncl1ag11n Whttosvllle Horton Prontis can learn by the label on their papers and If shown In arrears will take notice that sitter December 21 unless renewed by the payment of arrears and one year In advance theywl1 ho dIscontinued THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Henshaw Mrs M Fl town lot 260- Schroader Noah 60 a 680 WEST HARTFORD Aultmlre Dan 100 a 1780 Bennett James 1 a 3GO Brown U H 130 a 1740 Carpenter J C 1 town lot 890 Ford J W 20 a 440 Royal T L 42 a Royal T L1 tows lot 975 COLORED LIST Barrett Lonnlo 1 a 625 Ford Gus 1 a 495 Griffin Mrs Annie 1 a 220 Hines Steve l town lot 340 Phipps W 11 1 town lot 920 Phipps J P 180 a 920 Park Burr 1 town lot 360 Parks Dill 1 a 600 Parks C H 1 a 600 WEST HARTFORD Eidson Stant 1 town lot 275- El4son G W 1 town It 67i Griffin Bill 1 a 430 Hines Dan 1 a 600 Jackson Willie 1 town lot 5GO McHenry J A 1 town lot ASSSSED BY CLERK 730I Kirk Annie 93 a Colyer J S 19OG7 100 a 11- 0Knll Mrs DemIe by Mrs AIJ Glbbe 2 town lots NOllOley Caroline eel 4 a 271 Griffin Tom 2 a 640 NONRESIDENT lUller James H 104 a 100 SULPHUR SPRINGS Baxley C E Iga n 1835 Cooper J A GO a 620 Davis Mrs Hattie E 40 a 600 Flener D 18 a 700 Lee G B 16 a 800 Tucker p11H 2a 55 Toms J J 80 a 860 Wright J IL 124 a 1360 Wright John H 80 a 780 Wilson R C 96 a 860 NORTH ROCKPORT Anderson Virgil 60 a Anderson Virgil 1 town lot 1740 Bray J L 1 town lot 360 Brown Sandlord 17 a 1i7- 5Bratcher G D 1 town lot 470- BelloD Mrs Toile 1 town lot 47- CulberteonMre S A 1 T lot 470- Campfield Mrs R F 20 a Same two town lots 1275 Growbarger UN Viola 1 Tlot 395 Howerton Thomes 1 town lot IG- OLndrum S J a town lots 1130 McConnell Richard 1 town lot 800 Reid L agent far W C Hobbs l town lot 160 Reid 1 agent Davis 3Duaeaa 1 town lot UI0- Tilford Hrs rdla 1 town lot a60- Wmlams 10 1 town lot 676 BOUrn nOCKPORT- BrOlfIl Mrs Emu 139 a 760 Denton J P 1 town lot L7L- Falkamon lira Mary ee IL 615 Graves W P 1 town lot and a70 IL 603- 1IlaxrlMre SWa Jil1 town lot 675- Lilldson Ned 1i0 a U1I- 5E 116AUTt DAM- lowling J B I town lots 10itI 00161Gordon foot G W 1410 u a720 W BlUvn DAM luMfa Dureee l town lot 900 urgeem MiBoA V1 town lot 280- Elmore Alford 1 town lot 676- EIlkereon Mrs Betttl 1 lot 100t HurtJlre Ada 1 town lot 1000 MaddoxCartleby D D Rhoad- sagent1 town lot 800- McHENRY BIlUer Jat11 1 town lot 600 Galley Alonzo O a u 660- BeuneU Yrs V IL 1 town Jot 22- 0nno OOrge1 tan lot 875- Phlpe Thomas J8 a 690- McHEN1tY It art Willie J 22 aH 760 rrall Virgil 1 toYlliot 4150 CENTERTOWN lehby Mrs Mary C1 town lot 516- vlaon J L 1 town lot aaol 8 a 180- REiHr JAI 1 town lot ifiC Son L Wad 1 town lot 915 RowwJ towa lot a 1160 fI1ULLlIQu I9rIy pL bovisloD i IR60- b y James Mrs Mattie 1 town lot 200 CERALVO Fulkerson Mrs Susan 160 a 640 Richardson Hester J 1 town lot 250 RENDER Raley Mrs Isabelle 105 n GO COLORED LIST SULPHUR SPRINGS Acton Basil 1 a 3fiO Hines H D 73 a690 S ROCKPORT Taylor S M 1 town lot and 100 a 1005 E BEAVER DAM Derry Will 2 town lots 490 Martin Miss Francis 1 a 320 Plwnmer Elvlra 1 town lott 45G Taylor C T SO a1050 Thomas Anderson 1 town lot 430 Wade Columbus 1 town lot 6i0 W BEAVER DAM Woodward H 1 a 376 McHENRY Jackson N D 1 town lot 380 3 DEDA INq Total Land Tax Cook W E11II 440 lIer Mrs E V1t 1 500 Travis Frank 10 a 480 NO6 MAGAN Clark J B25a 480 Coppage Mrs C Mr 60 a 463 Our Distillery is located in the heart of the worlds greatest whiskey produc ing District Nelson County KentuckyOldfashioned whiskiesmade in an oldfashioned wayat an old fashioned distillery Try usthats all we ask nJ Hall N Bu G0 A 625 Hicks W H c26a 48I NO 23 DUFORD 4 Cox G 11t 1 80 Jackson James 50 a 11Si Jones Walter 60 a 535 Lord Garrett u 70 a 725- Puris Mrs R L75 a 1131 NO 24 BARTLETTS Everly Mary A 20 a 415 Greer J W87 a lL66 Mills A W admr of Hen ry Cano dead 100 a 275- Sauder David 60 a 650 Sharp D L 100 a 946 White Abe75 a 800 White Robert 64 a 800 Wretertield Edmonlce 22 a 27t Greer Davisu 100 a 560 Ward Al 40 a 610 NO 25 HEFLIN Smderfur John50 a 610 NO 29 RALPH Evans Cicero M 3 a 360 Evans John B30a 550- Greer S G59 II 660 Merritt Stamper L 55 a 500- Westcrtleld Clint T45 u500 NO 18 E FORDSVILLE- Colo Charles OS a 7G5 Hale Thedocla2 t 1 470 Hale J 1V1t 1 630 IluloLC Murrcll102 a 470 Guess J V13a 40i- 1Iatthew8 F Dl 1 t 1 4fjI Ralph Mrs Mary E4Oa It 1 I Smith 1360 n 065- NO 19 W FOIWSVlILE Spencer W M10 n 350- NO 20 AETNAVIIIE Crowe S W 40 u 493- NO 22 OLATON Bratcher G A1t I 330 Wilkins Hill 30 a 3Ur NO 28 NARROWS Davidson D C20 n I10 Roach Jeff 25 a 4J5 NO 31 HERBERT Bruner Mrs Margaret 150 n 1050 Fortner Albert80 a 1170 McPherson John H liD II 675 NO 18 E FORDSVILLE tot Robinson Pearl1 t 1 fi60 Collins Laura 1 a 220 NO 16 CROMWELL Hussey P P27 a 1045 NO7 COOL SPRINGS Dnnnport E A111 a 1033 NO 10 SELECT Butler A F160 a 18Hi Same gdrn for Jes- seHoward100 a 469- Culbertson n D140 a 1040 Hudson J Y D a 480 Morris R 125 n 375 NO 11 HORSE BRANCH Burden John 4 n 480 Draftlfer lie Bth Dlatrct Do Ketuckv OOODMAN COMPANY ShrneportLa EYDllvUlIncL r w YouPayth Express Pack laJuts or tttkaa- m yea wish WRock No LN Oat 8vulNI4ee per 111- 1UMela OIeatJ TaLJwk DoYrIR We tes pealK- arrlasd Br Bahimare Md 100 l1li JkumNa IlStrallrll atakyWM k aOOpza1 WJte w Yellow Cora WAIsbbt lHaw LX pe wA- RoberMonCounty TaaOeashYeDktiU 1toopeetL- Ed RockX Uasd sad Iw 141 lrboto per aaa- 1R4 Rock xx Dd e t00pea LR 4 Rock xxx HaM Hal er 1rb110 peas- 1EMRekSpcM13belakatwb15akrd 00 pea i- tMR a 34s5NN400perrtlSbr1rood RTe wJ lAW RI starers JiFe 1R11aNNNt10pr aa- LJk HewL NIw Couflr J 1rbN NLIO p- BarrTtsris sYOaOua4aatpN 200 w1- Jck DuJeII Stralab 7erw UO aa1- 5kakrer Onkeia Jam Rake4a Cwutr Ts 401 perL0- I0t1uoI 400pee1 LOIerwkswk A W 110p wt I4rWCaYthwMkL1 7an uoSrL0- 141ex xteeb eM 41OOto4eepasl SMtS40peOaLIlirlalarCel and HuLiN t00pea1- wtYt10a403pRrdG4IswWai D- Geer01alaarll rt t05-peap4Naal4Q0sr e- 1Qft1WM well WNskfss rtOM121wI 41p OKurlID itM- trxkga excises 401 750 11- 01JsewOasawinL0a 715 ILCIt h0oat K 01 700 110- 0Nles c Ki 401 t0 1101 UIMIj U r j- iIi Jo i t Grir- iflhlrR ALCOHOL a PER gA- 1reelabePlrpvelionGr s M1UngUIeSIOOl3dls Promotes DigeslionlrtrfuJ ness and 5LContalnsncl2- a0pitil Morphine nor 1iacral NOT NARCOTIC i Jmipt r01JSuurmam i IAJiJmIla+ Ur wItimSml Terril Ape ect for CansIN Sour StoralchDlarrhal WormsComulsionsYelrrislr ness and LOSS orSLEEP facSimile Signature cr NEW YORK ranteee utt rt F a EXact Copy or Wrapper English E S35 a 495- Hacraft Asa 1 a 340- Jamlson FInis 40 a 10j0- Iamast1N Mrs E AA by 1 C Dotson 100 a 760 Myers L C5a 350 Morris J W70 a 4W Thomas A C26 a 493 NO 12 ROSINS Craig Lon 20 n 3D5 Craig Luther 61 a 970 Iinnlrum n S by H I Stewart agt1 t 1 G40 Monroe A S397 n 2570 Olller Mrs M E65 a 1i Peach Mrs Sarnh J1 i 1 220 Peach WlIllo 21 a 3iQ llsafrd 7 lieeon Controlled by the OBAIL PaduoahoXJ Xemph1l TenD per IG WW A Ie oar w 1 s oJ r To OurCustom rs Every We sell conforms fully to the requirements of the National Pure Food Every drop we sell II subject to ap If you are not entirely- pJeased front any cause return the goods at our and your money will be refunded We understand fuIly the advnn tare of prompt shipment and maintain a t and at all our houses We parh no trouble or expense to make ship menta by first express and guar tce safe dellyry of orders For the benefit of the RE HANDLER we bottle any whiskey llat ten short measure pints or twenty half pinte at the regular gallon rate W win ship four quarts of 200 goods assorted Personal clieckl eceptd when N Is rated In IDun or Bradstreet otherwise money erfr exc or registered letter Do i dt send currency or tUnal is th maiL whiskey man is largely a matter of confidence we want to treat you in a way to- deeer ayour confl nce and good wilL Purity quality prompt Ihtpm wo uo depending to gain end hold your patronage aa H Q d a 0- iLrA Bask sir Orso r a i- r Lr 5 qr t r CASToRIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof r 11- 1Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA Ter vNTee eOAT eW sae Ctrl Splnke Mrs Eliza 10 a 295 Stewart R C30 n 495 Watson W H90 n 771 NO 30 PRENTIS Fogle Mrs M 7112 OA Stevens Mrs N C33 a j11t- I NO 32 ARNOLD Coy James 217 a 1421- Corlnlckle E W50 a Mi Crowe Ustls GO n 51- Lalorris Perry 90 n G7t- I Stewart Alford20 a 431 Smith R L10n 321 COLORED LISTI NO 30 PRENTIS Tichenor henry 65 a 771 R B MARTIN S O C J We intend to make every transaction so satisfactory to eachcustomer that it will be a pleasure for him to give us his business Yourmoneys worth a square deal thats our idea of the way to make business goodand ours is the largest business of its kind in the South INCORPORATED IPaducahu J We Paythe Express Old Cable KmtatkJ Dovrboe In fog enlr200 pera1- Breokdle Ry4 StLht wbliki In jug only 225 srg1- ml I pi hL Old Yclraney Whleki 100 proof PuN Strdsht WhlakeJ tOO i73 StiO- SmokJ Hoc ctln Corn Wblkey100 pro- ofPorOtmahiWhlkaNNt II e6o 131 4 s Ieb- Kamesm 12 Doarbanw RreNi260 i176 i 00- FawudaJeI Bourbon or Rjs 100 5Z6 tat andMwort aye sio IIS 110- 5QIcnt Dub BoWed In BeDeIOO 700 1105 Red Rock Spc14 BtraJali JentuckJ BourbonNNNNN ego Qe0 Itslron to aM nIOarSbek 550 1000 140- 01551Brandyc1omoaiDLt111ogCo 300 670 81- 1Pda1J1UIdTCIennonDlati11lqCe800I LlI UIO tDnJldJCelUonak1NAio 476 2- 15A5r4ctfrodyInpatd45 705 1LM 11 oatJT aM 4h 11 FOR THE REHANDLER All sibPM04p1taIn IIaIIt 0err 0sE3c l PJMpitltWi 12rakr 705 1ndal i a1 Y 100ataNNt Nine eoKT mJaII esilawJ 1GO pL0 27DO flay- Ptfiete3toskRre1bdd100prateNN80CS SfJ- nkai yBprmaBBtralal twkMk4190phY55A0 1001 3- O4Da eeW11MR1 1NpiMNNNM0A IIOO 11- t 3- s 1 l xr 71f1 w RoyaaGnpCrtuntfTututiefreiGrapN I- Ii Makes Finest PurestFood RoIJbakinf Absoltetey Pure SISTER AND BROTHER LIVING IN GOAL HOUSE Case of Very Pitiable Nature Is Brought to Light In Owensboro Oweusboro Dec 5Tho Investl- gattod of distress calls rand on the olty during tho past week has ro- vealed u few cares of a very pitia- We nature the most noticeable or which Is per1u Ps that of n rblt mInd ed man about twentytwo years or age and his deter who live In n wretched hovel noar tho American Tobacco company The caws was tbrought to the no tice or the city officials by a doctor living In that Iucalityaudwhen the matter was loolud Into by the mayor ho found the brother and sIster liv log In a coal hours and using a heap or rags for u bed The women Is In pour health and nn effort will he made to provide some way of curing for her Sue will lOrhaps he tent to the IIOfpltlil nr to the Mary Ifndil hrmoIWhell UIII WUir scald that ho was opposed to It as hoi thought a lxxmr homo was better than no home Tho mast urgent needy or these people wore UIJIIUNl at once und xrrangenlonte will Je made to per mganently relieve their destitute cum- idltlon Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA The Apples Do you know what you are eat Ing saId the doctor to the girl An nllplo or course You are tnting said the doctor albumen augur gum malic acid gal- lic acd fiber water and phosphorus I hole these things are good They sound alarming Nothing could be better You ate I obwerved rather too much moat lit dhusor The malls acid or apples ncu- trallzcs the oxcoss or chalky matter caused by too much meat and thereby IICIIII to kltlJ you young Apples lire good for your eomploxlon their uclds drive out the noxious matters which cauru skis eruptions They are good fur your bra1n which those same nox- IIus matters Ir retained render slug gash oreover the acids or rho apple dlnilnish the acidity or the stomach that comes with IJlmo Grms of indigestion The plmoaphott Gr which up ploy contain a larger prceutage than any other frut or vegcable rouoOwa the x ential nervlous out r or the braIn and spinal column Oh th+ an cleats wra not wron when they esteemed the IIIIPle the foal of the gods tlso malc r server or youth of which the gods resorted when they felt thorn solvos growlrg old and feeble I think Ill have an apple concluded thC doctor oi Jewels in Hotel Safes A woman walked up to the ooun- tcr or a fashionable hotel and aSked for a package of valuables which wars In the tare r If 111114 notwanted one par Ucular thIng I suppose I should have left the package where It was for rpuothor three years we said to the clerk Yea said the clerk In answer to a question after tho woman eft that packet had toally been In our sate for three years Why we have all sorts of valuable papers jewelry and oven money that are entrust to QUI keeping for years at a Urns IJO IKI to prefer a hazel safe to a safety deposit vault One reason perhaps is that It costs nothing 4fethcr fa that the standard J of hoel elerka has Improved It is astonishing the amount or jewelry that people keep In hotel safes or course the owners have originally SoIIId In the hotel but they go aWAY leavIng their valuablos led I have known such person to be gone as much as two yearn and never make an Inquiry about their property In that time To show you how much confidence pooplQ have In hotels and their em ployes I might mention that the other day a man came In hero and put four 1000 bills In nn envelope wrote his name on the lattter and asked me to put It In theszfe Not long ago another man actually did the came thing with even 10000 bills The clerks or several other ho tels talked In a similar strain with out any outside suggestion Ill lxt I have handled more than a million dollars worth or jewelry today said one Lnok here and he opened the safe and piked six or eight big jewelry cases on the coun terbut hurriedly put theme back In ono or those I know thero Is over 200000 worth and what I showed you was only a few or what the safe Nutalns Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women who are lovely In the race form and temper are the envy or inany who might be like them A week sickly woman will he nervous and irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons show to pimples blotches skin eruptions andI u wretched complexion For aU llcctrlc Bitters work wonders They I regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys l purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin loaelly complexion Man j charming women owe their health and beauty to them 60c at aU druggists Choosing a Christmas Present When you make a present or a periodical to i friend or faintly me really salectinb R companion to Jut nuence them for good or ill during I a whole year U the acquaintances or your sons and daughterst were to talk to them aloud as sumo periodicals talk to them rllently how quickly you would forbid the companionship In time ono case as In the other the beet course Is to supplant the injurious with something equally nt- tractlvo and at the same time worth while A rood can be wholesome and utterly distasteful Reading can be made so too But Tho Youths Companion not only nourishes the i mind but delights It just like that Ideal human asaociato whom you would choose The Youths Companion fills that place now In more than a half million homes Can you not think or another family In which It Is not nrw known where It would be Joyfully welcomed It the 175 for the 1910 Volume Is sent now tho new subscriber will he entitled to aU the remaining Jues- of 1909 also TIle Companions Vene than Calender fur 1910 lltliigrmiphed- in thirteen colors and gold THE YOUTHS COMPANION Companion Building Boston Mass New Subscriptions Received It thIs office AThrilling Resouo How Bert R Lean or ChenyWash was caved from a rrlgVful death Is n- liwry to thrill the world A hard cold ho wrItes brought on a dot Ie0rate lung trougla chat baffled dll export doctors hero len I to 15 a visit to a lung speclallst- in Slmokane who dd art help me Then I went to Callr rata but bout benefit At last J undo Dr4Kings Now Dlooovcrywhlch awplocly car ad mR aid now Iam tIs well an eVorr FtiT Lung Trouble D chtis Ougl6 and Colds Aebma Cr up and Wbhf- Ine V Cough Its supreme Sac and fiOO Trial bottle free Guaranteed by 1h- arugglsts w v rr1 Eltpress CompznIKakooff U tuttber proor were needed to- suaitt the charge that the express companies demanded enormous tolls for the servjce they perform Wells Fargo ono of the oldalnre express co panles furnlahestltAt plain proof It has suet arranged for n divIdend or 300 per cent tb ita shareholders to be distributed just beroro ChrIst- mas This company has eight millions of stock outstanding and according to Its last nnnual report earned 58 per cent on It and how has on bland in investments and cash some 22 million dollars In a single day the stuck advanced more than 100 a sharo altd has sold as high as 520 Wan street believes that similar melons are to be cut by the AmerIcan whll9 tho fatness In the crib or the Adams ex press company Is known to aU It Is generally agreed that theso throe corporations form the three reasons why farmers and the public In general do not get parcel pst iPerhnps dt Js a happy augury that Fargo distribution or profits comes lust at ths time coIncident wah time convening ootigrets It will nuke up sumo or the moribund federal logitlatum and tlmnso wvlth glazed eyes it w111 s rd n thiver down the back or some who are friendly with the oxprfaJ companes now that the Den ngtt postal bill It agaln I1t the rnt this bill hAs boon described In these columns In brIer It prosldes for a Parcel post packages 1xiJt12 Inches and ono pound fd wolglu for 1 cent larg er packages up to ono half cubIc root and 11 pounds weIght for 5 cents etc Lets popper our reprerentatives In congrera with totters instals and telUgram8 demanding this prompt passage Into law or the Bennett postal bill H R 10iG2Mayfleld Mirror 1or Sate New rourroom cottage In Hartford near R R depot Aply to John Blair Hartford Ky 2lt4 The Truth of History Estill Guff is dead and in his grave and his faults if any should bo writ ten in the sands and his virtues on the tablets oflove The Oklahoma CitT Times under takes to insinuate that Estill Gufly was present and perhaps knew time real culprits who killed William Goebel The Times Bays ho was Assistant Secretary of State under Powers when the shot was fired and by indirection hints that ho left time State to keep from testifying Now sn matter of history Estill GuffY was Assistant Sec retary of Stale under GovJrJ1or Bradley four years before and resigned that position in 1897 to ta1ui a position in Louisville under the Survey or ofthe Port lIe was notin Frankfort during time Goebel trouble and had no more to do with it than a man 110 has novcr been in the State Thu Ok lahoma exchange goes out of its way to cast aspersions on time memory of Olio who was an open fighter in his life and who met his deathwithout a quiverBowling Greco Messenger Notice to Teachers I will be In my office Saturday De cember 18 to Issue checks for teachers salAries J M DeWEESE S C S ADDITi01f Aims LOCALS 0 lug lot mill end ribbons now at Barn rdCo8 locperyard h buy yuor wife a can of Chase 8anboru Coffee and Tea for an Xmas present liera Grocery Once a customer at Ilprs Grocery always n customer If we please yoU tell your friends U not tell us Fireworks Cheapest and boat Time largest line In town pn display at hers Grocery and cheaper than ever before W E Ellis at the Hartford Mill Cos planlng mill win pay 12c per pound cash for turkeys until December 24 t3 Wo haveniloolotofOvercoats forMen and Boyd Juso the thing you need for Xmas prsent Carson Co Christmas presents to suit everybody and every pocketbookYou wlU find them at the Hartford Drug Co Everything now W E Ellis at the Hartford Mill Cos Planing Mill Is paying cash for Eggs Hides Furs Sheep Pelts and all kInds or Poultry 4t Noah WhltetleirCcr makes a specialty of the best goods In his line Sells cheap and delivers free In HArtford Give him your order for good things to eat Fancy boxes of Candy Areharena Boards fancy DIshes and Candle- Sticks Don Beds and Carriages Hut Pin Ilolderseverythlng that would make a suitable Christmas present at Griffins Drug Stroe Lust FrIdAy evening the Hartford Fire Department again distinguished Itrelf In savIng the house or Mrs J D Foster at the corner or Clay and Washington streets The fire originated In a lumber room upstairs and was caused from burning paper cast Into the lire below and falling down a flue among some rubbish In the unused fire place up stairs It had gained considerable headway before being discovered and It was very difficult to subdue owing to the dense smoke which made it almost Impos sible to get near the tireThe patent fire extinguishers again demonstrated their usefulness and quite a number or our citizens deserve great credit for the bravery displayed on this ns on similar occasions The loss to Mrs Foste Is about 100 on building and contents with no insurance Could Not Be Better No one has ever made a salve ointment lotion or balm to compare with Ducklens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect howler of Cuts Carnns BurnS Bruises Sores Scalds Balls Ulcers Eczema lilt Rheum For Sore Eyes I Cold Sores Chapped Jlands Its su preme Infallible for Piles Only 25c at all druggists S Notice The committee designated by the bast County Union or time American Saeiety or Equity to drat suitable rxlmool laws to bo submitted to the next Legislature or Kentucky has- been callEd to meet nt Mr Henry Leachs In Hartford Monday Dec 20th at 9 oclock a m The committee Is mposed of E PSanderur- W E Porter Henry Leach Henry Pirtlo and J M Shultz flyers Hair Vigor Ingredients Sulphur Glycerin QUInln Sodium Chlorid- Capskunr Sage Alcohol WAter Perfume 1 here Askyour doctor 1WillDoes not Color the Ilab-J I u AYzn COMPANY Lowell St FOR THE MOST ELEGANT Christmas Presents+ GO TO THE + JEWELRY STORE OF R W KING Where you will find beautifulline ofBracelets Lockf t N cK Chains Fobs Rings Watches Cuff Buttons Gold Collar Buttons Jewelry- NBoxeSilver KfiwhSrForksand 9pgdt5 Fancy Clocks SOUVt nir Spoons and many other ar- rlcles ton oumroustQ mention Be sure ands KfNG before buyhg 1 t tJ1 f Y j Something Elegant In the way of Christmas presentsyou will find the greatest varIety here Toys of nIl kinds and at all prices Pictures Chinaware Toilet Cases Manicure Sets Books Games Fancy Pipes Fountllln Pens Sheet Musicjust a world of different articles all desirable and cheap See our stock Youdont need to go anyfurther James H William arum StoreHARTFORD KY I 5Jg Value ZiZ 6 2eed2ocher 250II I Strong wellmade I hardwood frame excl lent quality hand woven teed Every chair carefully inspected beFore ThislI eat and is w 1I braced Heavy arm rolls This eSir is made is one oF the largest ractoriea f1 the totpotry j u- l CHRlsrmA GIVING r ffYsnowcnn find anumberofdtsiruhto it mil I Msttre such Rocking ChairS Ladies und G it Iariieli rtritlifisse I Furs Ladies andGlii lld41I jIHtllutFiqsn iiit I lutdtlforheritelnsbe 24lQ9 to Decemht r 2119I is I II imiber Coin- and Beet1It items wehav and tho lo w prtc YQ will fllidltllitithllig tillliIW1411 liarfIi CrSon t8l 1titl nzl I U IP 1111 1 J HARTF ch KYr+ fj