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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I nyt i 4 tonJob Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALLT11E PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER4 1909 N2J LOOK DID NOT FIND NORTH POLE Proof Declared to Be Without Any Value Brother of Perrys Rival Says Physician is inNorway and is Ready for Examination Copenhagen Dec 21Tho Unl versity of Copenhagen the first Instl tution of learning to recognize Dr F A Cook as discoverer of the north pole declared solemnly today that the explorer has farted to establish a claim to the distinction upon wWoh his high honors have been based The committee appointed by the unl Terslty to examine Dr Cooks record recently presented its report to the oonalatory of the university which re viewed the dedunction of the experts and discussed the findings from every standpoint That both the committee and consistory were dlssapolnted was soon known The consistory met today and adopt ed a written report to the effectthat the alleged records submitted for ex amination by Dr Cook had failed to prove his claim that he reached the north pole The report declares that Cooks papers as presented to the consistory are without any value and that Ihs report to the university is practically the same aa that published in the Now York Herald upon iris return from his Arctic expedition Copies of his note books were sub ranted but the committee says these observations are but only tha result thereat Accordingly the committee conv etudes he affords no proof of having reached the pole NO SURPRISE IN NEW YORK New Yory Dec 21ThQ news that the University of Copenhagen has declined to accept Dr Cooks claim that he reached the north Polo came as no surprise to scientific cir cles here and to many of his friends Cook Is now in Christlansand Norway according to William L Cook his brother Mr Cook said the doctor had greatly recovered from the rerv oua breakdown from which ho mifferet h ll here and declare explorer was ready to go to Copenhagen to give tho university further in formation concerning his claims He fooled us nil from the King ol Denmark down was the exclamatloi of John R Bradley Dr Cooks backer In his Arctic trip when apprised 01 the news from Copenhagen and b fooled me with the restr Bradley addedAa a matter of fact continued tt sportsman I long ago lost all Inte ert In Cook the north polo and over thing connected with it Charles Wake Dr Cooks closes personal friend and the only pens besides the doctors brother who know the whereabouts of the explorer t the last few weeks was dumbfounde when informed of the verdict reache by tho University of Copenhagen This la such a severe blow to m that I cannot now fully appreciate I- taId Wake I had every confidence I Cook yet I am well acquainted wit the duthoritloa in Copenhagen and 1 know any verdict they reach is Jut and true Wake said Cooks wife Is with hlr In Norway but his children are here COOK IS IN NORWAY Nor irk Dec 21Dr Frederic1 A Cook whose mysterious disappear ance from tho Gramatan Inn Bronx liIoon November 24 caused a acnaatlon Is in Europe This positive announcement Is made by William L Cooke of No 747 Bedford avemir Brooklyn who received a loiter from his brother Monday Without adopting a dtsguleelDt Cook left New York on the Coronla of the Cunard Lire on Saturday Nr ember Zt and arrived in Naples op December 11 two days after the af fidavits of George H Dunk1o an 1n surance agent and Captain August W Loose a navigator were printed la New York and London it w39 alorcdtthe iinrningof Novembfli1 27 P av jsnil hears before the vessel steam el rt that Mr Cook would havoonthe Cor nia and notwith t standing the fact that more than a score of reporters searched the ves sel for the explorer Dr Cook sue ceeded In getting out of Now York and reaching Italy without being roc agnlzod Ho remained in Naples for several days and then left for Dcnmarkt to remain In cloEocallof the committee of scientists now engaged in ex amining his polar data When Dr Cook decided to go abroad to await the decision of the University f Copenhagan he trust ed his secret to only two persons Mr Cook and Charles Wake manager of the Equitable Life Insurance Society who for many years has famllIyCook believed that an announcement by Mr Wake that he had gone into seclusion to gain a much needed rest would satisfy the public My duty to the public has been fulfilled Dr Cook told his wife on the day that his north pole data was dispatched to Copenhagen and now I am going oft where I will not be disturbed either by friend or foe I must have rest I do not want to see a newspaper or hear one word in this controversy which has almost driven me to desperation If NEW MOVE BYL N R R I L Experimenting With High Speed Cars For Short Setvice The substitution fast motor cars in glace of abhoregular passenger cars between nearby points is a mat ter that has been under investigation by the L N officials for some time They have finally found a model car which they think will suit the purpose It is a car about the size of a Pullman with a powerful engine connected therewith and arranged for a speed of Ninety miles an hour on a straight and clear track A modle of this car passed South on last week In charge of T H Curtis superintendent of machinery for tho L I N and Clark Ray general foreman both of Louisville It is said that as soon as passenger trains com menced running regularly on the new Madlsonvllle Hartford I Eastern railroad the L N will put on this motor car service to mako four round trlp9 between Livermore and Drakes boro It Is the intention to turn all L I N passengers to Louisville and ho West over to the new M H 3 road In place of carrying them to Bowling Green or Guthrlo via Russell llle his arralngement will be of reat benefit to the people of this vl ilnlty especially If a proper schedule s arranged Muhlenburg Argus lung Night Rider Case Union City Tenn Dec 21The ury In the case of the State vs Jarrett Johnson and Arthur Clear al ged leaders of the Rcelfoot Lake Ightrider band arAl charged with 40 murder of Cap Quentin Rankin led into Judge Jores courtroom at oon today and reported that they ould not possibly agree on a verdict Tho Jury stocd ten to two in favor f conviction Jurors Farley and Batts oldlng out to tho last for tho defend tots Each Juror was polled and ex- Irooted his conviction that no verdict ould be arrived at among the pres jnt members Judge Jones then discharged the many and held the two defendants on heir present bonds of 20000 each and the case was continued- It Is generally conceded hero that t will not bo possible to secure an ther Jury to try the two defendants n this county An effort will how ever be made at tho next session f tho Legislature to securo an act o change the county lines of Oblon and Lake in order to locate tho acne of the killing ot Caps Rankin 1tho latter county thus changing ho venue and making the selection f a Jury possible Itls announced that no further trial f indicted nlghtrldera will be on icred into at the present term of 13ourt 4 r tor Sale New fburroom cottAge In Hartford near Rj R depotAply to1 John Dram Haxtford1K9 2U4 7 4 t NO SPECIAL MESSAGES NOW Porto Rico and Philippines i will be Considered Needs of Navy Absorbing Atten tion of Senator Hale of Maine Washington D C Doc 21The President hats definitely decided that It will bo Impossible for him to com plete any of the opecial messages which he purposes sending to Conj gresa before the holiday recess He has moreover determined to sub mit a special message on the needs of Porto Rico and the Philippines and Is seriously considering writing another on the affairs of the DIs- trict of Columbia In his message on the Insular possessions hho will urge that citizenship be conferred on the residents of Porto Rico and the establishment of a central health bureau for tho 1stand and he will ask authority to create a civil pension list for the Philippines to bo met out of the revenues of the Islands It he finally decides to discuss District o Columbia affairs In a special message he will doubtless urge the Institu tion of legal proceedings with a view to testing the constitutionality of the ac of Congress by wnlch that part of tho district am the south side of the Patomac was coded to Virginia Mr Taft holds the view that the law I was unconstitutional and that the territory which now forms Alexandria County Vaiu legally still a part of tho District k The Smithsonian Institution has obitalncdin South Africa This collection is declared by tho regents and by rclent Ista connected with the Institution to be the inert it has ever received It Includes 243 cpcclraents of large mammals 1500 of raiall mammals 1 356 birds and something over 2500 sheets of plants aremoreover a number of human skulls picked up along the line of an old slave train which constitute a valuable contribution to the anthropological division The receipt of this collection Is most gratifying to the attaches of the In stitution especially as It has entailed no expanse the funds being rated by prlvae contribution Two old oil paintings have been Inspiring patriotism from the walls of the Senate corridor for years One of Thomas Jcffarsonwith austere brow has furnished an excellent example to present day statesmen The other Is of Patrlc Henry tho Virginia ora tor who has numerous imitators as the Congressional Record will testi fyOFor years these paintings have hung undisturbed with a small gold inscription under each giving the name of the original A day or two ago Eu gene WChaflnformer prohibition candidate for prosidcntwas admitted tto practice beforo the Supremo Court and while walking thresh the Capitol be stopped before the picture marked with the name of Jefferson That Is not Tomas Jefferson Mr Chafln remarked to a friend Or if it Is the years havo made a decided changes In him Ho then turned to the plc ture mared Patrick Henry And that certainly Is not Patrick Henry de clared Mr Chafln with vehemence He was puzzled in a moment ho discov ered that Henrys name was under Jeffersons portrait and vice versa Ho Immediately notified the superln tendent of tho Capitol and the mistake was rectified They ore still won dering at the Capitol what errors an other prohibitionist might discover Senator Halo who is earnestly opposed to authorizing two new battlo ships anda collier or a repair ship at this session of Congrorshas called attention to one of the moat serious needs of the Navy a material increase Intho personel Captain Usher Acting Chief of the Bureau of Navi gation soot to the Naval Committees of Congress only a few days ago an earnest recommendation l that provls JJniic made for two thousand all enlisted men and Mr Halo believes that this Increase 13 far more Import Ant than an increase In ships Some conception of the existing situation rt f n may be gained from the fact that among the three crulsersthe St Louis tho Milwaukee and the Charlestonall on the Pacific there Is only one full and two reserve crows These Yes sell require a crow of 650 men each but when one of them goes Into o mmlSlon it Is necessary to take ont the other two leaving on each mannI I CorrectionIOur attention has been called to saleIthe errorIGets per pound was ommlttcd from tho published contract In fact we wbre slightly criticised by the chalr mip of the Finance Committee for publishing tho contract at all but iisTlt affects no less than one thous and Ohio county people we felt that their interests required its being given to them and the public For the benefit of everyone Interested we reproduce the paragraph with reter once to one sucker which Is as fol lows Nave agrees to take one sucker to bacco contracted by said committee at tho following prices Leaf and lugs 26 inches and upwards in length at eight cents per pound leaf and lugs 24 to 26 inches in lenght at seven cents per pound leaf and lugs 22 to 24 Inches In length at six cents per pound leaf and lugs 19 to 22 In ches In length at five cents per pound All trash at three cents per pound and any leaf and lugs not 19 Inches in length at trash price of three cents per pound FOR THE BUSY READER Tho trial of Charles L Warrlncr who It is alleged confessed to em bezzling 643000 whllo treasurer of the Dig Pour railroad in Cincinnati is now In progress IFonner United tales Senator W A Harris of Kansas died suddenly In Chicago Monday at the home of a relative Heart dlreaso was given na the cause of death Secretary Dickinson has decided to appoint J P Fyffe of Chattanooga Town Chief of the Panama Canal Zone police to succeed Gilbert OPor tor Tho salary Is 4000 a year Justice MCKennaof tho Supremo Court of tho United States Monday denied a petition of Harry K Thaw for a writ of error to the Court of Appeals of Now York In the case In which Thaw made an effort to obtain release from the Matteawnn asylum r Polioeman Shoots and Kills Ob steperous Negro Owensboro Ky Dec 21Patrol man Robbins of the police depart ment tonight in a fight with Will Smith a negro who attempted to take the officers gun shot and in stantly killed Smith on Frederica street directlyl In front of the High schoolThe negro bad been disturbing the family of Judge L P Little and the police were called The negro was taken a block away where ore officer went to telephone for tho patrol wagon officerfollowed Smith got three bullets In his body WellKnown Minister Dies of Paralysis Owensboro Ky Dec 20The Rov C Fletcher Williams died of pa ralysis In the Philpot vicinity after an illness lasting over two years He was a member of the Louisville Conference and was ono of the best known ministers in the county hav lug resided here nil of his life He was forty years of ago and is surviv edby his wife and two small children A Big Show for Sale One of 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 i or write me at Beaver Dam Ky Yours truly tf rlAD TAYLOR 1 t- Y TOBACCO DE- lIVERIES SLOW One Hundred Loads Arrived Monday Samples Too Good for Crop Prices Being Paid very Unsat isfactoryGoing Elsewhere In Monday was A busy day In Hartford I toIbaccothe A S of E pool of Ohio county When nightfall came an even hundred londs of the weed had arrived here This was more than could be properly taken rare of at the big warehouse at the foot of Center street and some of it was hauled into livery stables while a number of loads stood in the warehouse yard alt night The work of receiving and grading was at once begun It was Impossible to receive tho tobacco as fast as It was brought in and only 22 loads passed through the graders hands Monday The graders are Messrs Rousseau Weller and JF Vickers the former acting for the farmers and the latter for the company who pur chased the pool represented by Mr J H Nave There was only one load of to bacco that came near the top price of 9 to 5 for leaf and lugs and 3 for trash as agreed on at the recent deal negotiated Mr William Lake came nearest reaching the mark Ho got 9 850 and 3 The general uv crngo was about J5 The season be fug rather dry tho weed did not show up to the best advantage although there was much of good quality In evidence It in only fair to state however that the grading was not al together satisfactory to the farmers There vas considerable complaint U the rating accorded some of the weed Hut the delivery went steadily on and It was evident that the tobacco growers had decided to make tile best of It A portion of the tobacco was not firstclass and this of course could not be expected to fetch the best price Cash drafts on a Louisville bank were issued as payment Many of the growers are greatly dissatisfied with the price received for their tobacco They say that the samples are not representative of tho present crop at all bang much bet ter than any tobacco grown In Ohio county this year then too It Is the belief of the growers that the people who bought the tobacco desire to create as much dissatisfaction as possible thereby rendering It more difficult to pool next years crop and eventually they hope to buy their to bacco as they did years ago at auction and for prices they paid then A permanent close down has been narrowly averted several times since the receiving began Monday morning and It Is reported that many growers who had brought their tobacco here have taken it back home or to other points of delivery Taking It all In all It Is the general sentiment of thos who havo heard tho matter discussed among the growers that this is the most unsatisfactory sale and attempted delivery that has been made since the pooling plan was Inaugurated Receiving has been unusually slow occasioned partly by Insufficient force to handle tho tobacco only one door being used and partly because of the numerous contentions which arise between tho grader for the people and the grader for tho purchasing company and the general dissatisfaction occasioned by the very low prices which the farmers are getting fnr their tobaccoOLATON Dec 21Mr J F Allen went to Narrows on business Wednesday- Mr J T Felix has returned from Hartford Mr R L Cooper of South Dakota lis visiting frIends and relatives at this place Mr Grit White of near Tousey Grayzon county was In Olaton Thura dayJames Hall made a business trip to Frledland Ky Thurrday Mrs Eva Young Yoairan Kywas the guest of relatives here Monday Mr Lagan Wilron Rnslue was tho guest pf William and NIck Murphy 1 from Friday until Monday Dr c W Felix and daughter lies Garnett went to Fordsvllle Tues dayMrs Jesse Hall and littlo daughter Jesse Alvemle of Clifton Mills Brock onrldgo Co arrived Sunday night ami will spend the Holidays here Mr Ernest Basham of near Rrsln was In Olaton on business Saturday- Mr Charlie Lee Mount Vernon was In our town Saturday- Mr Noah Bkaggs was the guest of his family at Beaver Dan Ky frrnu Saturday until Monday He was ac companied on his visit by little Misr Edna K McDaniel Mr Sam Farris arrvled Monday from Forrcston Tex Mrs Jane Wilkins who has been In Indiana tho past eight month arrived Monday to spend the Holiday as the guest of friends and relative hereMrs John F Allen and Mrs Nellie Hall went to Owensboro Tuesday DukeTabor- Mr John Duke and Mrs Belle Tabor were married Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock at the home of the brides father Mr F W Plrtle In tho cast Hartford neighborhood The wedding was a quiet one only a few friends and relatives being present Rev Virgil Elgin officiated They will make their home on Mar ket Street Mr Dukes new residence after a few days stay In the coun try Mrs Duke will be a welcome addition to Hartford society MAY REQUIRESHORT SKIRTS To Be Worn In The Louisville Theaters in Near Future Louisvlllo Ky Doc 20 flellov Ing that the best interests of tho public would be Bubrerved eel Robert J Tllford building Inspector Is said to bo looking for some mem ber of tho general council who haw the temerity to Introduce an ordi nance regulating tho length of fiL rts worn In the theaters of Louisville Col Tllford says that grae dan ger lies in the wearing of lTh4 skirts and trans and that he would have a law passel forbidding anj tube of greater length than four Inched above the ground- It Is hardly probable hnwctor that ary men Ur cf tho council cm be found who would take the chaico of gaining eternal feminine hatred by the introduction of the ordinance Ohio County Boy killed by Train Harrison Elder 19 years of age on of Silas Elder who lived near Con tertovn was Instantly killed at Shepher isvillc last Tuesday by an L N freight train Young Elder was an employe of the railroad and was standing on the trestle on Salt River when he was hit and knocked to the ground a distance of thirty or forty feet Ho was a splerdid young man and his tragic end lies caused wide spread sorrow In his commun ity The remains were brought back and buried near his old homo at Cen tertown yesterday ElECT Dec 2211 Herbert Faught has moved to his farm ho purchased of Mr J W Keown Miss Loretta Hosey is visiting at Broadway this week Mr Vlck of Oweniliorowatf hero bird hunting Tuesday Mr E Demunbrun of Brownsville was hero Wednesday on business Mr Newton Cox has moved from Plnculco to Mr John H Stowartu place The tobacco houso at Cromwell will open Thursday and a great TUHI is expected as most everybody is done stripping Mrs Join H Stewart Is quite sick with pneumonia fever at this writ ing Air Geo James who has been away for several years is visiting relative at Bazotown The farmers are about done kill lag hogs They are very scare and high Mr T C Nosey who has been with a surveying party on the Ohio River since Juno 15 Is expected home Sunday 9 r r n 4 r rptE 1 Alioxnccaby Ohio CoutyFl cal Cant The folJOwlag I acotnplete list of the clatieisFalleiveA at WoOetoker term ottJM 0lydoS9leetdl0urt Namo 8n1ees rendered Amt Allen Jerome Inquest Jesse T Alford e3600 Dtmlett G M for road bed 2000 Black Frank T Alma Houso keeper 78541 Bradley Gilbert Co 100 tile boxes for Ohio county 2100 Carson Co ldso furnished for jaiL 410 CarSon Co Mdse for Alms house113a8ontlnental Printing Co Mort sage Book 3 600 Chamberlain D S per diem 300 Dean W S per diem 300 pIslcorldge Joe Bldg Bridge 1700 Ldgo W It per dlom 300 JlJener W M repairs on jail lot and coal for jail 3750 Flener osCar work on bUn In jail lot 450 Hartford Republican printing school ballots 6000 Miles J U per diem 300 Same Inquest Wesley Smith 600 May C W hauling lumber 1200 lilller W R per diem 300 Mortorb Johnn P Co Binding Asrcarors book 750 Render S TI per diem 300 Rico E F Budding bridge 1500 Tinsley W S Services lIS C O C C from April 1st to Oct 1st ttlg 31301 Same per diem 3110 Wedding Dr S J Services as health officer 25000 Williams J H per diem 300 Anderson Fred Election officer 200 Austin lIarrllln Sarno 280 Austin Burgess Sarno 200 Allen J 0 Santo 200 Braun John Same 200 Black Marvin Same 200- Baird H A Same 280 Baker Tlce Same 360 DrOwn W 1 Same 200 Bennett 1V P Same 200 Bishop O M Samo 290 Bishop H Derry Same 390 Darnhlll J A Same 20Q Butler T E Same 200 Dyors K C Same 500 Dolling f A Same 140 Roswell C P Same 200 Baker The 0 Same 200 Baird E C Same 200 Rartlott h IL Same 160- Dorryman 1 K Same 4jO Combs Leaps Slmo 200 Collins It T Same 2QO- Coopur Isaac Samo 390 Carter J T Sarno 400 Crowder 31 R Same 200 Powder II C Sane 200 Chapman John Ssmo 300 Clough Murk Same 560 Chapman II U Sara 200 i Conditt W F sarno 200 Coffman W F same 390 Carter C C Same 200 Craig Setgal Sc1IU 540 Canon C K Samo 210- ealohler n K Samo 3S0- DIilf Jail T Same 30 Davis N IL Saowo 410 llavle II H Simo 200 Ilowoll Itufuz Same 51i0 Donnas C C Sumo 360 Edge W IL SUllO 200 Foreman J 0 Same 200 Fhiloy F1 II Ssmo 200- Frymyer T n Same 410 Gory Virgil SArno 200 Hunter Georg snto 400 lIatcher T 3t Smo 200 Hooker P E Samo 200 Hunter S T 9we 200 Holbrook J U Srno 360 Ileflia 1V M SAmo 200 Ilolrey It n Sarno 200 Toward V J Santo 450- 1Jnynoa Alison Memo 200 Jglebcart Cllutnu Same 200 Johnson 11411 Santo 200 Jackson J 1 Sollie 200 JUIIIOII Sam Srrnn 290- LvMm J M So 620- 1Cing John Same 360 IUmbley M P SlIImu 3S0 Keown 11 C Soup O- OKcown George Same 200 Liken H 1 Sumo 200 I Ianam J N Smo 155- MorrJaou C E Zama 200 Mitchell J a Sarno 200 Midkiff Wn1r tNamo 455 Miller Lee Snemo 200 Martin G IV Scae 200 Mooro J L Samo 4iO Millar C F SO 440- Maddox Claude Lamo 200 Morton Sam Seam + 390 Mitchell W II Samo u20 Mathews V A Same 200 Masou J C3ellae 620I Morgan E II Saa1e 200 Monroe II E aamo 200 Midkiff J R L + aro 450 McDaniel L A Samo 200 3iclCinney Elru4acC Samo 300 Mldklrf Grout Samo 200 Miller Virgil S urs 600 ODumon O T Sr ano 200 Owen T D 9aatc 340 Park W IL F and 2QO Porter W E S4aga 200 lhlegley Marlon Samo 200 Phillips Dud 54znq GliO Park T0 baiu1 r IJ 200C Pattoreek A C ltae9l 2o 3atteceoa Albert ae28Opiru- eClar a a 200 nMoti iC 1 t1 400 Reers- nt LUter t tURaney 00 IdS e er 30 Reid D D Same 0 200 Rogers EP Same 200 RogersrBStune 200 Rhode J Ro Same to0 Riley Seth Same 0 200 Rowan A V Same 340 Rice 0 C8amo 600 Renrrow J T Same 540 Stevens W F Same 290 stevens S L Sam 390 Scroggins William Same 200 Stanley Fred flame 280 Smith J G Same 200 Stateler Guy Same 204 StClair J D Sl1mo 500 Shultz J T Samo 440 Tlchernor Worth Same 200 Thomson C H Same 380 Taylor II D Same 280 Taylor P M Same 360 Thomas T F Same 200 Taylor L C Same 390 Taylor Carl M Same 200 Trmnn E W Same 520 Vincent I A 290 WhltchouS Thomaa 200- Woodburn E C 200 Nihon James Jr 400 Williams J D 2S0 Vade J M 560- Whittinghill C T 200- 1Vhite N D + 200 Wood J H Same 200 Wade Ronda Same 200 EDUCATIONAL DIVISION NO1 Johnson Allen Enumerator 1SO Russell N M Same 385 Crowe M W Same 405 Taylor I V Samo 375 Ward I M Same 220 VardD E Same 275 Ashley W C same 350 Baird H A Same 275 Allen V L Same 330 Chapman H A Same 310 Taylor Den W Same 425 Novltt J M Same 425 Allen J W Same 320 Hoover J L Sarno 335 AmbrO J 11 Same 295 Patton J I Same 240 Roach Charles Same 430 Taylor T A Samo 450 DIVISION 102 Brook T J Enumerator 680- 0Dellamr J A Same 216- Ilaynes James Same 275 Greer ChIs Same 205 Durdalt C 01 Same 375 Hrrne II W Same 265 Hartford E C Same 350- Kelhy 1V D Same 200 Smith John J Same 350 Eskrldge Joe Same 345 Pecenpaugh John Samo 245 Milos C Y Sama 205 Dasham Ernaat Same 245 1oxlor C S Same 385 Tom Same 485 Miler C Y Same 200 DIVISION NO 3- Motcalf Tom Enumorator 225 Fuqua T A Same 295 Kirby E G Same 415 Bewley J D Same 360 Smith T A Same 260 Sproult Wm Same 415 Darroct L Same 410 Daugin F D Same 330 Dodson J n Samo 345 Hendrix 2751NaborsFord I N Same 325- Myora W C Same 255 hires C C Same u 3UO- Hagernltll1 J Y Same 235 Drown J n Same 250- Auttry S W Same 240 Richardson J IL Same 315 Chinn Tom Same 365 Miller Honda Same 210 Buff Charles Samo 210 DIVISION N0 4- Byors J R Enumerator 310 EvanS S W Suno 280 Cook Mack Same 305 McQuady Thomas Same 435 Allen Frank Same 220 Baize C C Slmo 260 St Clair S I Same 500 Crawford I C Same 200 Leach Josopll Samo 345 TUbb J 3L Same 435 Camp J W Sarno 255 Alrord Andrew Same 410 Wright L T Same 275 Liens n TSamo 3761- Daugherty U S Same 230 Simpuon J T Sarno 410 Taylor John W Same 315 Porter II T Sam 220 TornllfOn Ionoy Same 2jO Ozias Same 320 DISION NO 5 Porter W E Intimerator 34t Plummer Richard Santo 235 Amos Ben Same 2i Casoblcr All1ey Same 3b- Dalze F M Smo 30 I Baker E W Same 6IRoss A II Same Austin E G Same 21I Render M P Same 22 Taylor n Ii Same 350 Peyton Robert Same 2 Mlles J II Same 37 Johnson Byron Sane 4 Deck R P Sarno t 6t- Francls h Same 4i DardweJI M At Sam + 10 j Others Must Make GodtbtJn3JI denett hfa4di 10 a eik j We4iavebeeacaxrydagraaaybdabeollbertor e1neaaenterp11se Would do this and it fe not ri htthMweshould lou er continuo this policy It irolB to be L custom Of CO1rnfry newspapers to continue eeudlog the publication to Subscrtber until it Is orderred topped oramaant deUntluetlspafd said erbers tothie clena of papers have crown to expect thla kind of treatment Formerly 4t did not ooet so much do pubUeh a country newspaper but noW With the increase to wages and rooe of Paper and al1 the mat 11aJB whJclr enter Into the make up of a modern newspaper the loss to the publication of only a limited number of deLlnqunt 8 criptlona takes away all t4te profit which should be earne1 by tho who make the Investment and fufntsh the hard work rneocseary to sueGdn a countryJle1rspaper B tdes the post tr1co regulations now prohlblt Bending of this class of matt to per sons who are s much as ono rlnarrears We do not expect tQ make this change without giving through notice to our readersand those ot our subscribers who receive the paper through the postoffieege of Nuckols Central fCity PAradIse EIIlibethtawb Grenv1JleLaxIngt Jlj South Carroll- ton Bowling Green Point pleasant Linton 1nd iHorrin 111 Utica Livermore Vanzant Simmons Leltchfleld ceratvo Wysox Chldgo II1fda tanzas Rochester Earllngton Select Borah can learn by the label on their papers and it shown In arrears will take notice that after January 3 1910 unless renewed by the payment of arrears and one year In ad vane hey will be discontinued 1 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Brown P 31 Sarno r 295 Dennis Clarence Same 260 Ford Joe Same 310 Austin E G Same i 210 DIVISION NO6 Drown W Enumerator 45- lIlli Jesse Same 215 Drown J L Same 300 Porter J F Same 295 Fulkerson Alvis Same 205 Wood John Same 285 Barnard Lon Same 225 Jacron J C Same k 760 Ross A Same 246 Dod J D Same 240 Render W P Same 326 Nall J N Same 310 Iglehoart Clinton Same 283 Whittaker J J Same 210 GodC Tom Sarno 240 Jones John Same 420 Ross Jutt Same 165 COLORED Drown J L Enumerator 200 Drane G V Same 75 Plummer Richard Same jO Plummer RIchard Same 315 Plummer Richard Same 225 Bellamy J A Same 55 Richardson J H Same 55 STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Ohio Set I W S Tinsley Clerk Ohio coun ty Court do certify that the fore going is a true and complete lift or all the claims allowed by the Fiscal Court of Ohio count during the regular October term 1909 W S TINSLEY C O C C Dy C O HUNTED D C Hows ThisIWo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls CLtrrh euro F J Cheney Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known- F J Cheney for the last 15 yearsandI lieUeve him perfectly Ill buslnow transactions and financially able to carry out any obllg dons made by his firm Walding Kinnan Marvin Whole snlo Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surtaoee of the system 1esHmonl11s tent free Price 75 oent- aC bottle Sold by all druglsto Take Halls Family Pills for con stipatfon For Chilila ins A cure that Is reeommendol for chilblains isto rub the wrJsb and Illlkics well to encourage U good circulation and the chilblains twlco or thrice a day with mustard liniment or camphorated oil the last two beIng quite as good as and loss dangerous than the first whIch should never be applied near n light QUICKSPILLS For Liver Ills Saves Doctors Bills Rhubarb Pie Skin tho rhubarb and cut Into Inch lengths Line a Vlo dish wIth good pastry unsh tIlls over wIth the White of an egg put In the rhubarb Inlay era and sweeten each layer plenUCull wIth sugar Put on a tQp crust and bake toa good brown Eat cold and sprlnklo well with sug- arChlldron Cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIAA w Bert R5Leau or ChenyNnah- a waved Irm a frightful death 141 to thrill the wrid A bard he writs brought on a doe lung rousle that baffled all t doctrrs hero TlJen J paid 10- i15 a visit to a lung specialist- lakaTe abo dd L4 thelp me- l won nCalltrn a bUt with oci ditfAt 1uIt1 node Dr KingS I 1booC ywhlch cntplotdy cur I tj r E verlForand Colds Asthma Croup and Whoop Ing Cough Its supreme i1c ntt tOO Trial bottle tree Guarauttxd by all dnrggtcta MEN DEit HALLS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed Suet Paste One pound of sifted flour one tea spoonful or Wit six ounces of beet Bret one cupful of Ice water Remove all the fibers from the suit and shop It fine Rub In the flour and salt with the hands hen add enough water to make a soft dough Roll out To be- used for meat plea and apple dumplings Woman Who Are Envied Thoco attractive women who are lovely In the face form and temper are the envy of many who might be like them A week sickly woman will bo nervous and irritable Oonstlpa- tlon or Kidney poisons show In pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion For all such Electric BItters work wonders They regulate Stomach LhCr and KIIlnOY8 purity the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smOQth velvety skin lovelly complexion Matt charming women owe their health and beauty to them 60c at nil druggists DICKS t PillS Will cleanse your liver and purl fy your blood arid make you feel like a new mm Mock Turtle SOUp This soup Is favored by those who prefer thick soup The basIs Is a stock prepared from the hind shins of beef and knuckles of veal thick ened with browned flour and tlavered wIth a blend of IIpcclcs herbs and sherry To the stock Is added cUbes of meat cut from parboiled calves heads and simmered until tender MOCk turtle soup should be very smooh and ooasoned to suit the taste of the con namerChliaren FOR CryI CASTORIAIWhen a sufferer from stomach I trouble tries Dr Kings Now Life Pills hos mighty glad to sao his Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly but more hes tickled over his now fine appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all because stomach liver and kidneys now work right 25c at all druggists 14 r8Right M are 1 v ihihe Goodsi And those goods consist of- everything nticeasary tQ cele- brats the glorious Christmastime Good things to eat Well youll smile And something else Sure thing I Fire CraokersTorpedocs Salutes Roman Candles Fruits Fruit Baskets Candies Nuts aU kindsof F nay Canned Goods Apples Orange Bananas Cakes Fanoy Groceries of all kinds theyre here Como lets have a good time Fresh OYSTERS fine CELERY and- CRANBERRIES Save your orders for US We will make a specialty ofnice FRUIT BASKETS City Restaurant Arbuckle 6 Co Proprietors Hartford Ky Christmas Presents P0p Ev hod You will find them at the store of tlw i t t nd Drug Co Elegant articles of many lNscriptions 811 i lt for any ago or purpose You dont knov how clleapty lid handsomely you cnn make somebody Iinpy until y ui Kttt this stock verythillg new andnovelthe best k1 Lil Claus has to of fer Things useful aslvell lIt onia eiital You cant uf ford to miss making somebody happy II yon vill 01 ly glane at our stock See our show wltidows for n samplemore ipj side No trouble to show you or quote prices Hartford Drug CoIMa IttUfATFai GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION OF THE INFLUENCE Oft TUE WESTERN KENTUCKY STATE NORMAL SCHOOL iYrtloumtndtladroufitUgum i 4rlIb rue iilo i4LkGted ore dn you on mtlmau u to itnl Sub bcal1w1 azTiIk W tlIrlJn Wi Owota liktlI aaawryUTeaameleontbet1999941tGrutM18redrxtadylanbeti rbtwrietaarlbbytbettthatTw1n 1JD n9uitedpiS k y3ebyVU WI uiaq it t1bNtYWindI 1 i 4 I I 4 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 riedat 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 fellow by corning 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 l 1 China Department t This department is a gorgeous display of ofmay different pieces of decorated China Handpainted Japanese work i9 in evidence here All lovere of the beautiful shouldsee our display Our line of decorated Lamps from 1 tQ 10 Salads from SOc to 450 Vwses from 25c to 5 Cake Plates 25c t- x50 Bisque figures and hundreds of others We havent space to mention It costs you nothingo look why deny yourself this pleasure e to IF can to foot can we can our of our ns Sled of Ohio COUJlty I w on Monday January 3 1910 ox pso to public sale ut the Court- Rottco door la lIarttrd Ky the fallowing lands or as much thereof as rony be necessary to produce the swats required Ylz EAST A tgNn Tdra Lena 6 a 210 N 166 a 1385 ArD 100 a 560- JlatJn Leslie 60 a 780 Maoetey Mrs D F 120 u 1110- S4Urart Mrs D 0 1 town lot 1000 Seeger O D 1 town lot 1030 15 tatns E D 4311 670 I Honshaw Mrs M F1 town lot 260 Schroader Noah 60a 680 WEST Dan 100 a 1780 Bennett James 1a 350 Brown R II 130 a 1740 j Carpenter J C 1 town lot 890 Royal T L 42 a LIST Darrett Lonnte 1 a 625 Ford Gus1 a Grifflj 224 HtaeBSteve1 townlot 340- Phipps WlI 1 town lot J P180 a J 920 Park Burt 1 own lot 3liO J a IJ1111 a 600 rdrka C H 1 0 600 WEST HARTFORD BidsoniStant1 f wn lot 275G r liEdson G W 1 towm It dines Dan laI 500 I Irmr WIllie 1 town lot 5O J A 1 town lot 730 I AS CLERK Kirk ARple 275 Coyer rtJS 190677 loos 710- Kerfl Nit BeIob Mrs is- b i h r 1 t + 1JY J4 y t I J Gibbs 2 town lots 0 Caroline col 4 a 275 Griffin Tom 2 a 510 NONRESIDENT Mlllcr James H104 a 100 SPRINGS Baxley C E 193 a 1635 Cooper J A liO a620 DavIs Mrs Hattie E 40 n 18 a 700 Lee GB i5 n 800 Tucker T H 26a 55 Toms Jr J SO a 850 Wright J H 124a 1360 Wright John IL 80 n 0 780 Wilson R C 35 a 8riO NORTH ttOCKPORT Anderson VIrgil 50 a Andersoq Virgil 1 town lot 1740 Bray J L 1 town lot 360 Brown Sandford 17 a 575 CulbertsonMrs S A 1 T lot 470 Mrs R 1f 20 n o Same two town lots 1275- Growbarger Mrs Viola 1 Tlot 3l5 Landrum S J I town lots 930 McConnell Richard I town lot 800 Reid L agent for W C Hobbs1 town lot 260 fold L agent David J Duncan 1 town lot 1210 Tllford Mrs Lydia 1 town lot 260 SOUTH ROCKPORT Drown Mrs Emory 133 aMr 7CO GraYef YP 1 town lot and 370 a 303 Harrelrs8a11e E1 town lot 57q Hudson Ned 50 at 12l5 E LEAVER DAM Bowling J D 8 town tots 1075 atcr GO a 2416 Iraagwtfor lot a t 52- 5Poolq 1V j lG a i 170- v Tr ty r J I Mf Everybodys Department Pictures Toilet Sets Manicure Sets Comb Brush Sets Music Rolls Ink Stands Wall Pockets Military Sets Collar Cuff Boxes Smoking Sets Mirrors Picture Frames Clocks Albumns Books Water Sets Steins Dinner Sets Chamber Sets Carving Sets Silver Plates Knives and Forks IN FACT ITS ALL HERE you dont need to go any where else W DAM 1 town lot 900 Mrs A V 1 town lot 2GO 1 town lot Mrs I lot 1000 Hurt Mrs Ada 1 lot 10Uo by D B 1 town lot Estll 1 town lot 500 O n 550 Mrs V r 1 lot 220 Deno 1 lot 376 J 3 a 620 Mrs E1 town lot 515 J A 1 town lot and 3 a JA 1 town lot 550 Ross A 1 lot P L 1 lot 2CO Mrs 1 lot 200 Mrs 105 n 640 a 380 II B 73 a 690- sI S M 1 lot and 100 a 100G E Will 2 lots 490 a 320 1 town lott 455 T 10 a 1 town lot i lot 560- a W Ii 3 75 N D 1 tat 3 SO a Q Ij I40 J ft lIer Mrs E V 1 t l 500- 10 a 0 5 J R 25 a Mrs C dt GO a 46 a Hall N B ClO a G1 W II 26 a 23 Cox G L 1 t l 750 50 a Mrb R L 75 u 110 N0 21 A 20 a 415 J W 8j a A W of lien ry Cane dead 100 a GO a D Iw 100 a 945 GJ a a 275 100 I 650- Al 40 a 25 50 a 610 NO 29 R 30 II S G 50 a L 65 1 u 500 NO E Coo D8 a 765 Hale 2 t 1 W 1 t I G30 Halo 102 a 470 113 I 4oi F D i 1 t I 4ftCi Mrs 1t 1 4Jr N n 60 a 665 NO 19 Wr W M 10 a S W 40 II 43 NO 2 mil r 30 n j NO 28 a 2Q tl 25 a 195 I Family Includes products globe Business or undressed breakable or unbreakable ment Celluloid Patenthead Brasshead Kidbody to u IP YOU LOVE TO EATprepared satisfy appetite YOU WANT SOMETHING TO WEAR Clothe you head Nobody do you what do Visit for your Christmas shopping the benefit great preparation Holiday happiness EP BARNES 8 BROS BEAVER DAM KY TaxesRKentucky HARTFORD Margaret HARTFORD COLORED MlflAnnle18 Jiiiiiffih EDn 100- Moseley SULPHUR 500- FlcnerB camptle dot676Futkersoa Stoga- eHeirs1town and and BEAVER Austin Burgess Burgess Elmore Alford S7G- Ful ken DetUle town Maddox Carrie Rhoads agent DO- O1IcHENRY Butler Bailey Aonzo Bennett town George town Phelps Thomas Ashby Nary Nelson G80- Renecr Wade town 916- SMAIJHOUS Every town James MatUe town RENDER Raley Isabelle COLORED LIST SULPHUR SPRINGS Acton Baall1 Hines RQCKPORT Taylor town BEAVER DAM Berry town Martin M1ssFranels1 Plummer Elyira flaY01C 10110 Thomas Anderson 430 Wade Columbus tqwn BEAVER DADf- Woodyvard aa McIIENRY Jackson tows AsTr01cW Travis Frank 4a- N0 MAGAN Clark 4S0- Coppage Hicks 480- N0 BUFORD Jones 11altcr 53- 5Itrris BARTLETTS- Everly Mary Greer 1165- dlllls admr 27i- Sauder DavId 550- Sharp White Robert 500- Westorfleld Edmonlce22 Greer Davis Ward 516- NO IIEFLIN- Sanderfur John MAIPII Evans John 650- Greer 660- Merritt Stamper 500- Webterfleld Clint T45FORDSVlJLE Charles Thedoela 410- HateO Murrell Guess JfMatthews Ralph Mary E40a Smith FOnbSVItLE Spencer 350- NO20 AETNAVILLE- Crowe Wilkins 395 NARROWS Pnvldson D- RoachtiJef Our Doll of every country on the in the Doll You can have them dressed You can have them The assort is great China Dolls Dolls Dolls Dolls Bisque head Dolls Dolls at any price you want from each 5c up 350 are your We from for store and get for your Aultmire 920- PhiPPs CENTERTOWN nila bWO the NO 31 HERBERT Dr1lner Mrs Margaretl a 1080- Fortner Albert SO It 1170 McPherson John II 59 a NO 18 E FORDSVIltE col G7CiI Rbbluson Pearl 1 t I Collins aura 1 a 220- N0 IG CROMIVELL- Ilussey 10451NONO 10 SELECT Butler A F lGO a 181r Same IIdln for Je- ssefowarl100 a 469- Culbertson R D 140 a 1040 Hudson J Y D a 4S0 Morris R P 25 a 375 NO 11 HORSE BRANCH Burden John oJ n 480 English E S 35 n 495- Hncraft Asa 1 a 340 Juntison FinIs 40 a 10j0- LllmastH Mrs E Ab I 1 C Dqtson 100 a 760 Myers L C 5 It 350 MorrIs J W 70 a 420 Thomas A C 2li II 495- NO 12 ROSINS I Craig Jon 20 II 395 Craig luther 61 I D70- Jnndnll11 H S by H L Stewart agt1 t 1 649 Monroe A S 397 II 2570 Olllver Mrs M Eq5 II 18I 2201SpanksWatson W H90 a 770 NO 30 IRENTIS Foglo Mts M J112 a 640 I Stevens Mrs N C33 a 515- 5N0 32 ARNOLD Coy Jltrei1 217 a 14 20- Cdrinlct lcnE V 5Q 405- CrroweMlstls 60 u 515 I01i 670 Stewart Alford20 l43Q SmIth R I 10 I 320 COLORED LIST NO 30 1RENTIS- Ticbenor Ilenry 05 a 770 R n MARTIN S O C MENUDENHALLSCHILL Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed White Chocolate Ice Cream This Is simply a rIch vanilla cream with chocolate grated coarsely Into It at the last momont just hotoro frees log It will not tnrn dark llko ordInary chocolate blot remnins white with the little speckles of chocolate throughout a Could Not Bo Bottor No ono has ever made a salveoint nent lotion or balm to comarewiUl- llucklens Arnica Salvo Its the ono perfect healer of Cuts Cornus I3urnH- Brulses Sores Scalds Bolls Ulcers Eczema Saltt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Ilauds its supreme Intalllbo for Piles Only 20- It all drogglst3 Ice Cream Made Without Eggs Two quarts milk ono pInt crll1m ono third box of gelatin sugar and flavor to taste More cream and lessrmilk makes It still better heat n little of the milk to dissolve the gelatin l- nTake MENDENHALLS Chill and Fever Tonic as a general tonic for tired J feeling and malaria 1 wI Y H3L- r r o I Hartford Republican BUrd rlug to law M he PMtolBw r Hertford K7 si mali mattr of tHIad CoM BARNETT EDITOR zasrsoxiarchJDbelancL 40 b a1vQ2FRIDAY DECEMBER 24 ANNOUNCEMENT- Wo are authorized to announce Hon Ben Johnson a candidate for reelection to the office of Represen motive In Congress from the Fourth Kentucky District subject to the Democratic primary election to be Mid March 12 1910 Do tho people rule The next law years will tell The sugar Trust ecales are beginning to fall from tho countrys eyes Only tho regularsaretobe invited to tho White House receptions this year In dealing withSouth and Central American Rcpulbics the fine Italian hand of Ellhu Root was about the finest ever We would like much to see the Tobacco Trust get into the tame Root mess which has overtaken the Sugar Trust V Tho house of Lords has been prac tically abolished by everybody on earth except the English people They hav the last say- Symptoms of bucking have al ready been aroused by Mr Bryan plan to hitch the Democratic donkey to a water wagon Senator Moneyhasbeenchosen as minority laeder by the Democrats In the Senate Is this a reproduction of the old adage that Money talks Dr Cook seems to have neglected to push the lecture end of It far enough and has thereby saved the- people much embarrassment and good many five and ten dollar coupons The Republican extends all Us readers Christmas greetings wish Ing them a merry time during the holidays it Is thankful for the pat ronage extended to us during the past year and hopes to retain all of its old friends and make many new ones during the coming year The current Issue or the Equity Farm Journal is a hummer and under its new management gives promise of surpassing anything which has been attempted In the way of an official organ of the A S of E It should be In the handsof everI farmer In the United States AntiISalooninado by the present Legislature toI secure a vote on the question of state wide prohibition The Stato Aril Saloon League has Doubtless examined into the present overwhelming Democratic legislature pretty thoroughly and found that It would be time wasted H wever an effort will be made to pass an unrestricted Count Unit Kill and wo predict that it will be impossible to do this with the present Legislature Time decision founded down by Judge Oitear In the Court of AlPads one day last week reversing Judge Don ton of the Clark Circuit Court In his dcclil n to place tho Burley To bacco Amocliitioii in tholiunfls ofa receiver will be hulled with delight by all lovers of Justice In Kentucky Tine efforts of tho trust to use the courts Mud other departments of the State Government to carry out Its design is an outrage upon decency which should be frowns l upon by every citizen of tho commonwealth regardless of whether he Is a farmer or engaged in some other occupation The fact that the decision of the Cour of Appeals was unanimous In this cafe should be a hint to the American Tobacco Company that It has at last met with one governmental force in the State which It cannot control We trust that the effort to Induce Congress to pass a Civil Pension bill will utterly fall This to our mind is the most flagrant piece Vf Injustice ever attempted to be fastened upon the people of any free government JThe idea of giving a nan a position Jn the service of the government for life at a salary often far in excess of what be could earn or what his fellow men are earning in other wall of life at shorter hours and then compelling his fellow men through the National government to pay lint A pension when he is too old to work would seem to be Injustice per sonified When this matter was first talked of wo thought It was simpl- Ya Joke Why not pension all exmem Jaffa of Congress mind all other offl aoers tor the matter of that WIwvo v i 1 r Mrh w weald title th4ug end and what would become cdtke mud riikt any Iway TIle eCforta of certtaln persons to establtoh a Wool Growers Association tar Kentucky after the Amerlcaa So clety o Bqulty had occupied theHeld and successfully pooled for two years Instead of joining forces with the parent organization is beyond our I comprehension The present State Wool Growers Association under tho American Society of Equity has for its President Hon Ben Watson of Webster county and for Secretary Mr Silas L Stevens of Ohio county No better men could be selected for these places and no truer friends of Equity could be placed on guard The truth Is it looks to us as though con tral Kentucky did not consider men west of Louisville capable of man aging an organization of this kind or they desire to be the entire show and if not in the lead will refuse to play This has been demonstrated to somo extent in the tobacco organ zatlons but there Is less excuse for it on wool than almost any other product They do produce a peculiar type of tobacco in Central Kentucky but it seems to us that they have no excuse for going it alone on the wool question We trust tho present of facers of the only wool growers asso elation which is true and loyal to the American Society of Equity W11l1 stand firm and maintain their own organization at the same time Invit- Ing wOOl growers of central Ken tucyk to join with them In their efforts for better pricesIHunting AccldentI While out hunting last Thursday Mr S M Dexter of Centertown met with Quito a severe accident He aid Miss Margaret Baker were taking a few thots at rabbits when the young ladys gunQ small 22callbM riflewas accidentally discharged and bong pointed in the direction of Mi Dexter the bullet struck him in the small part of his back inflicting a rather painful though not dangerous wound lie Is getting along all right and will soon recove- rwHITESYILLE Dec 23Derry Evans returned Saturday from Only Tenn where he has been employed for the past few months in the lumber business Rollle Godsey Fordsvlllo was in this town on business yestreday Loyd Holland who for sometime has been book keeping at Owenaboro has purchased halt Interest in Robert Hlsks shop This town has been crowded with tobacco for the last two or three weeks There has been already near a mlllon pounds delivered There has been a great deal of dlssatlsfac ttlon over the prices received but no particular trouble has yet arisen Ivo Howard who for tile past five months has been in school at Bowl Ing Green returned to his home near Ralph last week Nora and Clyde Taylor visited Miss Pearl Howard Ralph last Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Llviu Cecil and Mr James Wheatly are going to move into their now store this week There have been two mad dogs In our vicinity recently and several dogs were bitten which makes the dog question very important at present and a number of suspected canines have been killed The death rate in our immediate vicinity is decreasing The doctors horses are getting fat and the un dertakers are seriously affected with the blues For Rent Dwelling house and store room See J W Ford Hartford Ky- AETNAVILLE Dec nThero is still several cases of whooping caugh at this place but all are getting along nicely Miss Annie Dawson of Tar Springs who has been tho guest of her sister Mrs Charlie Divans for several weeks left Monday forW hltesville where she will spend the wlpter Little Miss Katie Lee Ixiyd is the guest bf Mr Sol Phillips and family at Owonsboro Mhtm Hester Tlehney Is the guest other parents Mr and Mrs Nike Tler ney of Lyonnla and will not return to school untlll after Christmas The Ladles Mission Circle met with Mrs James Haynes Saturday afternoon MUs Amby Haynes was the guest of Miss Lois Harrlon at Haynesvllle Sunday Miss Leona Morgan of Pholpot who has been the guest of her cousin Miss Nora Morgan returned home Thursday aNotice The Wool Growers of Ohio County will meet at Hartford Jan 7 All A S of E WoolGrowers should at tend this meeting as we have some important business to attend to E C BAIRD Pros D M STEWART secr 1 1 c 1 0 CENTRALGROYE ee22HeV X H Jrtddor ot Livermore tilled nte regar apentDtentlere Saturday sad Sunday Sunday School was ei tail Sun day by the Assistant SupHrttesdo- aI11 t Jxmey The Superintendest Mr JM Bishop has gone to Corbln KyJ where ho will spend tho wiqter with his sons Messrs Oscar and Chester Blhop Miss Mottle Tlchernor Iwlll dose her school at this place next Friday with exercises in the afternoon Miss Mattle always labors faithfully in her work at school and we wish that success may over crown her efforts Miss Belle Berryman who is teach Ing at Goshen spent Saturday and f Sunday at her home here Mr and Mrs Theodore Withers of Dugger ind spent a few days re cenUy as tho guests of Mrs Wither brother Mr J W Roodcr and familyMr and Mrs J M Shoulders and Miss Maymlo Shoulders will go to Powdcrly tomorrow where they will visit relatives during the holidays Mrs George Brunton of Williams Mines was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs D M Park rom Friday until Monday Messrs Arthur Hill of Owensboro and J M McIntyre Hartford spent Monday night at M F Faughts Mr Hill will visit other relatives In and near this community during Christ masMrs Granville Ingram of Williams Mines visited her parents Mr and Mrs E L Cooper lastweek A candy breaking was given at Mr E T Bishops Saturday night l Equity Locals Notice Dec 19 1909I wish to call your attention to the meeting of the Green River Disrlct A S of E at Hart ford first Thursday in January 1910 and we want to make this one of tho most profitable meetings in the history of the District The change In the bylaws is as follows One delegate from each local and one for every fifty members In your county So get your local together and elect one from your local and whore your county union meets select one for every fifty members for your COunty If your county dosnt meet let the County President by Ihe assistance of the County Secretary appoint them Let no county or local fail to have a full representation and make this a meeting to be remembered I wish to say futher that the prospect for Equity is brighter today than ever before Aa far as I can hear they are sending in word that they are coming back homo to old Equity i also wish today that the very tobacco that was turned down the one sucker the Bowllnug Green District sold their pool for the some price we sold our tobacco for The Indiana peo pie sold their tobacco for more than we did they got 4 for their trash 850 for top leaf The dollar on all the trash will over balance fifty cents on what little extra leaf they have so let every hotly get busy and rally for Equity I see Livermore local has received ten new members at one meeting Hurrah for Livermore she knows how to do things We have set January 1st at yne oclock p m for pay day In 1908 we roved thirteen members 1909 we saved torty even in 1910 dt will be everybody As there Is tome very Important business to come before the meet Ing I earnestly request a full delegation from every county In the Die trlct Dont forget the resolution that were passed at our last meeting in regard to live stock that teas to be brought up at this meeting Study over the burley situation tlnoy arc doing nothing for us Are we under obligations to them I think not Why Well I will tell you why in In the first place they made three failures in succession in controlling the price on their tobacco before Equity was born and then well they sent for our men to come to their assistance We sent our best mien up there blazed out the road for them taught them tho lesson and won the victory and then they pulled oft turned their back on us paid no dues nor nothing and the way I see things we are under no obligations whatever to cut out the burley of our district for their sake We are Just simply tired of golng to i County Unions State arid National Union paying out money losing our time making hydraulic Rams of the Newt Commercial Hotel Hartford Ily ayrngr- M UNDER NEW AND EXPE RIENCED MANAGEMENT EverytfcJBg rlnrtohwe The beet of tare served right The comfort and welfare of all guests especially looked after Special attention to traveling moo Rate 2 per day Special rate to regular boarders Your patron age solicited GEO M STEELE Proprietor GUNS GUNS Have Just Received a Largo Line Of Shot Guns Rifles 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 Grocerym- anHARTFORDKY best men in our district butting our can windows and such things wo are tired of such things ourselves and if the Burley District wants to help theta let them get right up on the roost with us and we will stay with them until Oabrjel blows his trumpet One more thing I wish to mention and that is thismarketlng our small produce Study upon some plan whereby we can make it profitable to the to the union and It will be great help to our members Study over these matters and come to Hartford with your hat straight on a level head ready for businessJ WELLER proa S B ROBERTSON Sec Green River Dist A B of E Charged With Forgery Constable Newt R Baize of Fords rule arrived in Hartford yesterday having in charge young Hubert Quinn of Reynolds charged with forgery Quinn was arrested In Owensboro He Is only about fourteen years old The forged check which he is accused of writing was for 50 was drawn m tho name of Cleve Loyd of Fords vile and was upon the Bank of Fordsvllle It seems that the check was drawn over six months ago but was not detected on account of the fact that Loyd had not lo that length of time had his bank book audited and consequently he had not discovered the discrepancy in his bank account Mr Eli M Hart Dead Mr H M hurt a former citizen of Ohio county but who for the past several years has beep Jiving in Evansville Ind died last Tuesday At time home of his daughter Mrs W S Buchanan of the latter city His remains were brought to Bedn Friday and interred in the Mt Herman cemetery He wus eightysix years old and had been a member of the M E Church South for moro than half a century In his younger days he was one of its leading factors Ho leaves n wife and three daughters who uro Mrs W S Buchanan of Evansville Ind and Mrs Jo S Ben nett and Mrs Alex Bennett of near Deda j Aged Minister Dies in Poorhouse Rev W W Cook an nged minister of the Methodist church South died at the county alms house one day last week At one time he was one of the most prominent ministers in his church and on several occasions was pastor of the Nocreck circuit where he was respected and loved by all Ho was known fgr his deep piety and his Christian life was one worthy of emulation lie leaves swife and f9ur small children the youngest only a few weeks old He was burled ut the cemetery at Bethel church In the presence of a large assembly of sot rowing friends Peace to his ashes Weak ThroatWeak Lungs Cold after cold cough after cough Troubled with this takingcold habit Better break it up We have great confidence in Ayers Cherry Pectoral for this work No medicine like it for weak throats and weak lungs Ask your doctor for his opinion He knows all about it His approval is valuable Follow his advice at all times No alcohol in this cough medicine CAyerCoLowellMa comesonWhatis 4v rt t The New Sfc For Strictly j t Tailored Clth e1iThe man of quiet taste or the t j young man who looks for the latest novelty in suit styles we show a varied line of readyto wear suits in many new weaves all shades and stripes Those who have not purchased before the Holidays will do well to look over our stock It means a great a u saving in cost to you LADIES SHOES j The ZIEGLEB nm High Cl- assSHOE FOR Quality and- Form Also an excellent line of Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes of rev liable make in different grades and leathers We can save you money 1 JUST RECEIVED Suitable for Xmas gifts a select stock of Dress Goods SilksNotions and Fancy Novelties that bids fair to please the Xmas shopper ft RosenblattsTHE STORE THAT SATISFIES J E Fogle Building Opposite Court House HARTFORD KY 1V tl t Furniture For Christmas A Furniture Store ia a most satisfying place for the Christ ttmae shopper Year by year the custom of giving a present ngfillspriceis ents you could find at our Store for Christmas although to appreciate the values the goods must be seen Conic and See Qur Holiday line of Rockers Center Tables Toilet Tables Mirrors Lamps Glassware Chinaware Rugs PictI tures Clocks Sideboards China Closets Iron and Brass Btdsteads Folding Beds Couches Davenports and fruri otdreds ofother useful things Terms to Suit Prices the Lowest jJt Schroader 6CC iThe Only Exclusive Furniture 4 House in Hartford Ky J C ii f t t f t t t1 rwVTK lal S r T r I f qigpntic Qal1 tiy wish to say to the public and little folks that we have closed out our Entire Stock to Santa Clause He a lb full and complete control We want to thank you for your liberal patronage and ask for our successor Santa lause a continuance of your much esteemed trade You will find that he will show you the completest line of Toys Chinaware Silverware Books Woodenware Pictures Etc that will be shown in Hartford this year The little folks vill be delighted Parents are requested to bring them and look over the stock Toys Second Floor Besides these he is offering special values for older heads in Cloaks Furs Tailored Suits Silks Dress Goods Millinery Mens Suits Over Coats Shirts Ties Etc Any trade given our successor wih be appreciated by us- a t FORTHE MOST ELEGANT Christmas Presents 4 GO TO THE + STOREIOF S R W KING Where you will find abeautifullineof Bracelets Ipckets Neck Chains Fobs Rings Watches Gold Collar Buttons Jewelry Boxes Silver Knives Forks and Spoons Fancy Clocks Souvenir Spoons and many other ar ticles too numeroUs to mention Be sure and see RING before buying Reduction in- Pric of Flqur In order Ito further intro duceour Golden Rule Flour a anoy High Patent yhicll ia Tiing s universal sati = faction we will for a limited time only make the following loW prices Eden Rule High Patent 241h 85e Golden Rule High Patent 48Ib16QGo lenRule High P it B rJi31 650 AITFOK 7 1iOCER CO fI1 WTIITIli11JIIDING ra3- 3i 1 i J i I T i al ry1 Its Not Too Late Yet For Christmas Photogrlt hs butyoull have to hurry what could you give that would he more appreciated than a swell Photograph ofyourselrf And you can get it rights lore in Hartford Ifyou want Xmas Photos come i owthis week I SCHkpEfEHS F STUDiU t I OVElt m IUn11c11OlIICEd fy ir Hartford Republican FRIDAY fEO h BER 2- tlllnolsCehtralfaliroadTim e Table At Beaver Dam Ky forth 80Dllct NonlhBonnd Ko182 due 1115 a m No121dui100emN- o122dueIlTOpm NoIUldo2Aapin- Nol02due lapm NoUn dnea00 t Baby blankets at Fairs Bring your JtUsCarson Economy smllcs at our prices Carson Co We aro never too busy to walt on you Carson Co Chrlsttmns Opening Saturday at Fairs For tine Fruits itnd Candles see Hartford Grocery Co The priceonevery garment tells a saving story Carson Co We have theright Shoes at the right prices Carson Co Our clotthtngcosts little looks well and lasts long Carson Co Fairs are olosing out their Millin ery PrICes cut halt The st Shoes andthe place to buy your Shoesat Fairs A smile of Satisfaction goes with every Suit sold by Carson Co Mr DressWellbuys LIBERTY SPECIAL Hats at Carson Cos Buy your family supplies from Noah White the progressive grocer Miss Annie Jones Greenville Is visiting her parents tllr and Mrs J C Jones Make your boy an Xmas present with a Suit of Clothes bought of Carson Co Messrs Dave Dellks and Edgar Tooley of Centertown was pleasant callers Manday For elegant Christmas presents remember the Hartford Drug Co Is right In the lead W E Ellis at the Hartford Mill Cos planing mill will pay 12c per pound cash for turkeys until Decem ber 29 t3 We hilvo a fine Cof Overcoats for Men and Boys Juse the thing you need for Xmas prsent Carson Co Eld II C Ford will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening Everybody cordially Invited Jolss AdaBaghn Cir George White of Moorehouse Mo are the guests ot Rev F D jaughn and family city R R Wedding Jr of Terre Haute Ind will arrive the latter part Jf this weak to spend the hlodlnys here with relatives Christmas presents to suit everybody and every pocketbookyou will find them at the Hartford Drug Co Everything now Born to the wife of Owen Hunter Deputy County Clerk a tine 9pound boy Owen says the new comer Is a true blue Republican W E Ellis at the Hartford Mill Cos Planing Mill is paying cash for Eggs hides Furs Sheep Pelts and all kinds ot poultry 4t Noah White the grocer makes a specialty ot the best goods In his line Sells cheap and delivers free In Uarttord Give him your order for good things to eat Mr Hooker Williams has leased and taken charge ot the Dr Bean pool room nUll billiard tables lie runs thIngs right and Jt Is a favorite re sort for Innocent amusement Buford Magisterial District meeting A S ot E will be with the Wllkl- hIngtoll local on Dec 30 1909 We ask nil locals In Hartford Magisterial District A S ot E to send del egates E C BAIRD Pros Leave your laundry n Pates panl torum for the Richmond Steam Laun dry Richmond intl The laundry always gives sattsfactlon Prompt de livery Satisfaction guaranteed 22tt A E PATE Agent Dr John H Barnes a former Ohio county boy but who now resides in Enid Okla spent Sunday night In Hartford the gUest ot Judge W n Barnes and family Dr Barnes vus returning from Chicago where Jle had been taking Ii specllll course In surgery Mr Weaver Barnes hMsold his farm just east ot town to Messrs H DIInd WE Berry ofDaVless county Price not known Mr Barnes who gave possession at once hapurz chased his fathers flltJIl In the Gosh- en ueighborhgod where he will reside In the future I Mr PC Chapman n farmer from I near Utica Daviess county and Miss Mattis Humespt near town wero married at the court house hero lust Monday Judge W Bo Taylon perform lug lbe ceremony They t imme lately after th6 ceremony YdrUtlca where they cIU tesld1 inthejuttare j fry 1 Th 4 Mrs EW Cooper Nnshvl11o Is the guest ot her parents IIttng the children to Fairs Satur ct yxmaaOpenJng A few Coat Sultalleftat Fairs Special prices to you Bargains In Overcoats and Men Suits at Fairs Saturday Santa will stock up his slo1gh at the Hartford Drug Co nmt Fairs Opening Saturday Special prices Saturday on Ladle- and Misses Cloaks at Fairs Fall Sulta for Men Ladlesand Boys Full ot snap and go Carson Co Our stock ot Ladles and Misses Wraps Is complete Visit us- Carson Co JUt received a fine lot ot Rocking Chairs suitable for Xmas presents i Carton Co- If yo are lokingfor Clothing for men youths or children see Carson CoDont mt s the Millinery Bargains at Fairs Cost not considered They must go- When buying groceries remember Noah White next door to Woerners shoe store Now is the time to buy Suits for men boys and ladles Seo what we have before buying Carson Co Roekin Chairs for father Rocking Chairs tot mother Rocking Chairs for brother r sister at Carson Cos Mr OrlenR ofGardner City Kan who is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Alex Bell ot Duford called on his brother Dr II J 811 of this City Tuesday Leavo yourLaundry at Cleve lIers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonville Steam Laundry Madlsonv1l1e Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tr Miss PoppleN 11 has taken charge ot the hot drinks stand at the drug atone o t Z Wayne Griffin Bro and Is serving hot chocolate and a lot ot good things Dont forget to pat ronize her Mr F L Felix ot the herald who has been very 111If carbuncle for about a month Is Improving slowly and as he Is now out ot danger his entire recovery Is anticipated In due courSe of time t You will flndalur complete line ot JewelryOpUcal Goods and Edisons Phonographs for Xmas than I have ever carried before Buying Is going to be eatly this season and I advise you accordingly Remember my mot to high quality low prices and a square deal J B TAPPAN Your Jeweler When hungry if you will drop Into the City Restaurant you will find set before you without any long walt a tepUng array ot good things that thoroughly satisfies the Inner man Also a full line ot confectioneries cigars and soft drinks Arbuckle Co cater to the best trade and con duct their business In a way that Insures It 49t1J The Sunday School of the odlst Church will have their annual Christmas tree at the church to nlghtChrlstma8 Eve They have invited other churches and those who I wish to rise the privilege to unite with them The Baptist Sunday School will entertain Santa Claus at their church also on Christmas EoI These festivities will as usual affordI the little folks and many others eMUrIChoosing a Christmas Present When you make II present of II periodical to a friend or family you arc really selecting u companion to hl- tluencu them fir good or ill durnjI- L wllolo year It the aeyanaacas of your sous and duughrrt were to talk to them dloud as nose pertodlcais talk to them silently how quickly you would forbid the companJonshlpI In the ono case as In best courSe Is to supplant the injurious with something equally attractive and at the snmo time worthwhile i A food can be wholesome and utterly distasteful Reading can be made so too But The Youths Companion not only nourishes the mind but delights It Just like that Ideal human lIsclato whom you wouldchoose The Youths Companion fills that place now in more than a palf million homes CUll you not think ot another family In which It Is not j01tulI11welcomed sent now the new subscnlber wm beI entitled to all the remaining ues 01909 also The Companlolllt Yene thin Calendar for 1910 lithograplued In thirteen colors and gold TIlE YOUTHS COMPANION Companion Building Boston Mass New Subscriptions Reeetvetl at this ottlCtllotice The Ohio County FIJ1anc Cum mlttee A qt E is called to meet In hurttord Sa urdfly ut Inc oclock pm D FOfiD CGum- r y 1 J t fiTo Men i iWhoKnow b1sfi 4 It is easy for us to sellour Shoes Everyone of our custom= ers who has been buying from usfwho observes anything at knows that our Shoes wear better simpleI1 ar er prove we ave the proof Our goods prove the = statement We make good Ask one who has been buying from us There are a number ofreasons t none of which are interesting to E the average buyer but the goods = = speak for themselves Do not I take our word= = =let us prove it If tyou did not know it pays to depend on = Ci 4 Barnard Sc Cofi Hartford Ky E fi jfg Value in 2ecd2ocher 250 Streni Jleatreed Every chair care fully inspected before leaving factory This chair has large roomy seat and is well braced Heavy arm rolls This lair is made in one of the largest factories is the cefmtryt JI4 CHRISTMAS GIVING Is now the fashion why not give something useful You can find a number of desirable items at our big store such as RJcking Chairs Ladies and Gents Scarfs Ladies and hisses Furs Ladies and Gents Handkerchiefs Rugs from the small est to largest Umbrellas for ladies and men and lots of other items and everything we sell is similarly useful from Decem be 24 1909 to December 24 1910 and even longer Come and see the items we have and note the low prices You will find something that will suit fine Carson r CgINcoIlrol1ATEn f fi HARTFORD KY 4 ii1 i r r ALTi y 1 i Shsrlfia Sale DTTlrtUe ot 8ecu onNO 214 ldook SO which issued from the Clerk mce of the Davlesg Circuit Court agalnat the Deantleld Coal Compan3 rod Guy Donn In favor of T A eoeivoron tho 29th day of July1909for 1I1e Umof625 09 with lntereet thereon at tho rate of G per cont per annum from tho 23rd dayof Apr111906- xlnUl atdalsu82589 with Interest ereon atthtlrate of 6 per cent from April 6 1908 until paid 202463 with fatereetat the rate of 6 per cent per annum from April 9 19Q8 until paid 106Ul With intertst at the rato oL 6 per cent per annum from April 17 1908 until paid 102196 with In torest from June 20 1908 until paid 46163 with Interest from June 24 1907 until paid 3G0514 with interest from June 30 1908 until paid 634927 with Interest from June 23 n08 until paid S3119 with Interest tram Juno 25 1908 until paid 2184- IT with Interest from Juno 28 1908 until paid 59461 with interest from Juno 28 1908 until Paid 2190i1 with merest from April I 1908 until paid 495823 with interest from May 21 n08 until paid 22146 with interest from May 27 1908 until paid 5000 with Interest from Juno 3 1908 until paid 634957 with interest from Juno 24 1908 until paid 134793 with Interest from Juno 29 1908 until paid and 191960 with lntcroat from July 2 1908 until paid Also the sum t 960 which to the said Pedley by said Court was adjudged his as cost In that suit expended 1 will on Monday the 3rd day or January 1910 at tho court house door In Hartford Ky rfer for sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property or so much thereof as may be thocessary to produce the sums rai- ulred towlt Item 1 A certain tract or parcel t land conveyed to S M Dean rrow docrased by James D Miller and wife by deed dated October 9 1889 and or record In the ofllco of the Clerk of the Ohio County Court in deed book 9 at page 314 and devised by the said S M Deane to Guy M Deane one or the defendants m this executon by Ws will dated December 30 IS3 and of record In tho office of the Clerk or the Davis County Court In will book Bat page 479 and bounded as follows IIeginning at Jacob Millers line on al10 Falls of Rough Railroad then with Jacob Millers line N 630 feet then a straight line West to Charles A Phillips then with Phillips line South by West to the ralroadthen With tho railroad to the begInning eontalnlng twentyseven and one fQjlrth acres more or less r tem 2 A certain tract or par eel or land conveyed to S M Delllle now deceased IIY deed dated No Tomber 16 1889 and of record in the flIce of the Clerk of the Ohio County Court In deed book No II at page 315 and devised by the said S M Deane to Guy M Deone one or the defendants in said execution by- is will dated December 30 or record In the office of 1S93andI r the Davies County Cour book D at page 479 and bounded as follows Beginning at the Owens I Jtoro and Falls of Itough Railroad and Charles liardlns line thence North with Hurdlns line to J D Millers line thence with J D 111- 1lers line of McElroy line and wlht McElroys line West thence with McElroys 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 DcmenowI deceased by Jacob Miller by deed dat ed October 7 1889 of record In the I CourrItyand by the children and heirs at law or Jacob Miller lIy deed dated March ClerksloUlce bythoI one of the defendants In said eXeCU ltou by his wl11 dated December 30 1893 und of record In tho office of CountyCourtI bounded as follows Beginning at the crossing or the Owensboro Falls of Hough and Green JUver Railroad and the Ilnrtfod und Hawe5v111e road theIlartfordwithlJoardsto J D Millers tlle3le South railroadthe beginning contalnhng terN particularlydescribed courses and distances as follows Beginning ut IJ state 33 feet from the Center of the Owensboro Falls of I nigh Green River Railroad and In the middle of the Hartford and lIawlsvlllo road and running In tine Middle or said road N 20 E 226- 3thalnsN 8 deg 54 Ifia E 357 chnln8 N 23 deg WY i3J chains N 13 dlgl29 min E 431 chains to a wild road corner to Martin Boards thence with Boards line N i6 34 W 2282 chains to a stone corner of J B Mlller6 line thence with Millers One S 13 14 W 2G76 challiS to al stake I3urks corner In Millets line thence with Durks line S 5432 E 648 chains to a stake 33 teet from the middle or said railroad thence parallel with said railroad and 33 loot thererrom to the beglnnlngcon- talnlng eighty acres hut from the above described boundary there is to be deducted seven and onehalf acres sold and deeded hy Jacob Miller ton R Kirk C T Ilerson W N Castlen C D Simmons William Payne J Hardin R T HarrIs S E Ralph James Taylor T C Roberta and Huff Said 7 12 acreS were sold In lots of oneunit acre and ono acre tem 4 A certain tract or par eelot land conveyed to Guy M Dean one of the defendants In said execu don by Charles D Phillips and wife toy dad dated September 2 1890 and or record In thke oUlco of the Clerk of the Ohio Cuouty Court In decd book D at page 633 aol bounded as follows Beginning at two oaks and hickory thence N whiteI 10O4r Voles to to dogwoods lsickorl thence S148 E i1 poles to f i 1 iI oi gumw1i oak and red Wd theno S U W 147 poles to a hickory and white oak thehee N 79 WV 69 poles to two hlekorlee and white oak thene N 12E47 poles to a gum In the branch thence N 7Q W15 poles to the beginning containing 64 3Lacres there Is expected out ot said bundary the to acres thereof Which were sold and convey I by the maid Charles D Phillips and wife toSM Dean bY deed dated day of I oveTh- bor 1889 end of record In Ufo ClerkS office or the Ohio County Court In dood bok 9 at page 316 Item dAll the rights of Charles D Phillips and wire or either or them in and to or under IJ lcate made by them to J W M FIeld and S 11- Doane dated August 22 1889 and or record In mortstnge book O page 96 In tho Ohio County Clerks offico which said rights were conveyed to Guy M Deane one of the defendants In sold execution by thos said deed dated September 1890 and of record In the Clerks office asforesald in deed book 9 at page 633 Item 6A certain tract or parcel of land conveyed to the said Guy M- Deane ono of the defendants in said execution and R W Field by deed dated October 24 1891 and or record In the office of the Clerk of the Ohio County Court In deed book number 10 at page 219 tie Interest or the said Felld therein being afterwards purchased by the said Guy M Deano the said tract of land being bounded as follows Beginning at a stone in the Ilawesville and Hartford road white oak and dogwood polnetrs run ning thence S it W 42 poles to a gum dogwood and popular thence andIa stone white oak pointer thence NI 79 W 9G poles to the beginning containing 35 34 acres ore or less Item 7Two certain rats or parcels of land conveyed to tho said Guy 3f 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 or way of the OwenSboro Falls of Rough and Green River railroad and corner to Present lot of F W Harris thence N 70 yards to a stake thence W 35 yards to IJ stake corner of Peter Ilcetin 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 oncha- lafr and t 1 Rat VUtICVfl to F W Harris by Calvin Srrmons and wife y deed dated January lll 1l90 and of record In the Clerks office affore sail In deel book it at page 188 b Beginning at a stake In the right of way of the Owensboro Falls of Rough and Green River Rallrvnd another corner of T J Hardin thence- W 17 12 yards to a stake thence S 70 yards to a stoke on said railroad thence East with said right of way 17 12 yards to the beginning Doth of said tracts or parcels of land lie adjoining each other Item 8 All the mineral that maybe contained under the surface of the following tracts of land towit The farm on which James HHar din resided on September 6 1895and bounded as follows Beginning at a hickory In the Hawse roadthenco S 18 E 110 poles to a black gum white oak and dogwood see Hardins corner thence X 12 1 82 12 poles to a dogwood and chestnut thence N Gt W 110 poles to a black gum dogwood and poplar thence S 12 W 104 poles to the beginning contain Ing 61 14 acres HarIdindescribed tract of land and bounded a follows Beginning nt a stake near a large Poplar thence with the Mar wa A Whites line H poles to S S ilardlns corner thence with Jame II Ilardins line 110 10105 to the UawesySlle road thence with S S lIaldtns and J Wells line 44 poles thence to the bezlnnlng the last line to run the same latitude os the one on the North side of S S liar dins farm the same mineral under said two tracts or parcels or land having been conveyed to the said Guy M Deano by James Ii Harelln and wife and W D Hardin and wife by deed elated September 6 1895 and or record In the office of the Cleric of the Ohio County Court In deed book 16 at paso 117 Item 9 All the minerals and mines In under or upon the following described real estate towit The east half divided by a fence and running North and South through the former farmer of Llttleoorry Wells of a certain tract of land lying and being In Ohio county Kentucky and bounded as follows Deglnnlllg at I1n elm and two white oaks thence S 12 W 128 1J poles to two white oaks chestnut and dogwood thence S 78 E 140 poles to n dogwood white oak block bak and poplar thence N 12 E 128 12 poles to a chestnut and two white oaksthence N 78 W 140 poles to the beginning containing 56732 acres tho said minerals and mines In under or up on the abovo descrIbed real estate being the same conveyed to the said Guy Id Deane hy Henry liaskina and wife by deed dated May 2 IS91 and of record In the office of the Clerk of the Ohio County Court In deed book 16 at page 120 Item 10 A contain tract or parcel of land conveyed to the Guy Id Dean by O W Kelly and wife by deed dated December 9 1896 and of record in the orreoof the Clerk of the Ohio County Court In deed book 78 at page 55 and described and bounded os follows One lot of ground lying on the South ldeof the Owensboro Falls of Rough and Green River Railroad and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake In the railroad right or way corner to C c Rhoads and running on n North ern dlreotiton with said Rhoads line 107 feet to a stake thence W 65 feet thence S 107 fet to the railroad right of way thence last filth the Sold rIght of way 65 feet and sIx ikcles tut the eglnning and a 1 tt of the groundpurchased r 1 W01112S PW- omsaa V JYlar mast glorloue endowment to tIle pdwer- to awaken and hold the pure Ud honest 10Ye01I worthy man When she loses itsad still loves oni 110 oaeia thewide world can know the bei1 tagony she endures The women whosufersfromweek + mess and derangement of e spc womanly or a ism soon lose the power to BWay the heart of a men Her general health suffers and xhe loses d IL h tt f lie liher s era r amlli ut end herpoworandprestige asawoman DrRVPierceoBufdoNYiwith manythousandsmentsU Is known as Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It is apoaitive regulateadvise you to accept a substitute In order to make a little larger profit IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG SICnL WOMEN WELL Dr Pleros Pleasant pellets rryvllo and tnoztbtl Stomach Liver nd Dowels by G W Kelly and wife from Pow ell Item 11 A certain tract or par- eel of land conveyed to the Donnlleld Coal Company one of the defendants In said execution by Loin Wells and wife by deed dated December 8 1893 and of record In tho office or tilt Clerk of the Ohio County Court indeed book 20 at page 555 and de scribed as 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 rnnlng thnce South with said road 104 foot to G W Bunks line thence East with said Bunks line 408 feet to a stone thence West 408 feet to the beginning and said to con tain one acre being the same lot transferred by C K Rhoads to Peter Simmons May 11 1893 Item 12A certain tract or parcel of land in the town of DeonUeldcon veyed to said Deanfield Coal Com lrany by W S Harris and wife by deed dated November G 1903 and of record In the office of the Clerk of the Ohio County Court Indeed book 20 at page G56 and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake at the corner of IJ lot formerly owned by W M Dell and In the line of the right of way of the IC R R Company thence N 150 feet to a stake In the Deanfleld Coal Company line thence W 91 12 feet to a stake thence South 150 feet to a stake In the North line of the I C- It 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 or Deanrteld conveyed to the said Deanfield Coal Company by Victoria Pike and her husband by deed dated November 5 1903 and of record in tho office of the Clerk of the Ohio County Court In deed book 20 at page G58 and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone corner or William N DeUs lot on the Hartford and davenport road thence North with said road 45 feet to the lot deeded to Peter lIerlzlng thence west forty feet to a stone thence S 46 feet to the Wllllom M Dell lot thence E 40 feet to the beginning Item 14 A certain lot or parcel or land In the town of Deantieldcon- voyed to the said Deanfleld deal Company by Victoria Piko and her husband by deed dated November 5 1903 and or record In the office of the Clerk of the Ohio County Court In deed book 20 at page 659 and bounded os follows Beginning at C D Phillips corner on the Hart ford and Cloverport road running thence Sonth with said road to the right or way of the 1 C R R Company thence East will the said right of nay to Mrs At J Millers corner thence North with Mrs MiII ors lIue to C D Phillips line thence West with C D Phillips line to the beginning Item 15 All coal salt gasrock aU Iron und all other minerals of ev SURE CURE Diseases LIVER a Y y t ery description contained on or un- lee the descrtbed londwlth he rIght and privilege to entor there n and nine or otherwise obtain ame towit A tract or parcel of and lying In Ohio County Kentucky n the waters of Panther Creek beI- nnlng at n hickory thence North ti E 132 poles to B white oakthoneo- V 79 W 132 poles to a stone In ho Hartford rood thence S 12 W 132 poles to three oaks thence S i9 E 116 voles to the beginning ontnlnlug 94 acres one rod and 34 poles and beIng the same conveyed by Thomas J Hardin and wlfeCreed- ijardln and wife Jaynes Hordin and- Y D Hardin to Sidney HardlnMarch 3 1885 the said coal salt gas rock Iron and other minerals contained IJarcell1ofthe said Deanfleld Coal Company by Sidney S Hardin by deed dated April 28 1903 and of record In the office of the Clerk of the Ohio County Court In deed book 25 at page 368 tem IS A certain tract or par cel of land lying and being In the town of Deanfleld conveyed to the said Deanfield Coal Company by Henry Vogel and wlfo by deed dated April 13 1903 and ot record In the office of the Clerk of the Ohio Coun ty Court In deed book 25 at page 371 and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone on the North side of the I C R R right of way running thence North along the line of the Deanfleld Coal Companys property known as the Powell property 210 feet to a stake thence West 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 J C R R Companys right of way 70 12 feet to the beginning Item 17 Also the following personal property of the said Deanfleld Coal Company at DeanfJeld Ohio county Kentucky Two large boilers n lot of old Irons one wire rope ten cool caTS and lot of coal car track railing Levied upon as the property or Guy M Deano and the Denfleld Coal Company September 17 1919 The said properties described In said Stems one two three four five siX seven eight nine and ten were SO levied on aforesaid under said ex- ectlon as the property of said Guy 1L 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 Deanrleld Coal Company Fhis September 17 1909 R D MARTIN S O C Dy GRANT POLLARD pp D ST CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Nato Always Bought Boars the- Slgaaturo of HolidayGifts I I of silverware ei Sliver It the lint giftsforgraceful compliment can be extended than perfect1847 ROGERS BROSIR P E perfectionarticle you can buylSilber Plate that Wears For All o- fSTOMACH KIDNEYS stempalagustantes desipts and fmish Sold bylead dealers evety where catalogue CL showing all designs MOO It BRITANNIA CO UanlIoIIaIBUCeSJ rjMerlden 0onn tr Ir VtJ- o 2 Direojoi r- chl6 oaIIL t3 1 Circuit COunTF fiDlrkheatl Juclg- oDesn king0 AtA raey V 1C FirJailer Sd l1 14atTasS C1erkFmt1kL- Fenn MaeterCommleetonerYL Moee ley Truetes JurY puad n B Martin Sheriff UarUord DepuUeADr- a1cIler W O Ashley J W plants fireMonday mondapInCounty Court WD Taylor Judge Ws Tlneley Clerk Le 1tL Woodward Attorney Hartford Court contenet first Monday In each month Quarterly CourtDeglna on the tidrd Monday I January April July and 00- tOber I Tuesdayday In October Other OfflcerN Moxrey Surveyor Shreve S W Leach Assoeaor R- CRoyJamea DeWeeseSchool Superlntenl cat Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo JU TICES COURTS J II Williams Deaver DamMarch 24 June 23 September 24 December Zt W PMlUer Horse DrenchMarch 2G June Z 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J T Deck A B lUlno P D Beck F M JJennott J L Brown Lewis Diihop T J Brown W T Drown Otis nurd II D D Beck n n Baize J T Berry J D Hunger J T Baxley C E Bryant W N Barnes J D Ballock J M Boone Fred Blackbrn J Vf Brown II 1Bishop E T Berryman A T Balls n P Brown R II Brown E P Barnes E S Butter A P Brown A L Brown Mary Basham W L Brown C II Boswoll A C Baltzell W M lllack D T Black X Vf Beesley A Jo Bean Frank Byers Lefe Bennett S II Brond G M Burch K A 4 Burch Byers Butler T E Boiling C V Burdctt Frank Beard C T Beard Leslie Burgess J II Brooks Robert BlankenshIp J T Bracken J S Brown Robert Bennett T W Bratcher Robert Birch Jlnkens Burton A R Brown W L Brown C II Drown W E Brown Perry Boawal J II Burch II D1 Jr Date W W Baize Mathlar JJjUrO J0 Baize J U Beestey J A Baize F A Maker Ed BUrgess J B Drown S C Balls II D Bishop II C Baize Ellis Burdon J J Denton B II Benton Jim Butler C J Butler 1 W Baize J L Block J II Black D T Bean J A Black Marvin Beard E C MarvinIBoyd J M Ross A Bishop 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Ellis Z Wayne Ellis 8 II- Flelden P J L Frame WB Frlzzel Lafe Fulton T II Fogle BO Fulton G W Furguson J It Ford J S Frye Bruno Ford E B Frlzzol A M Fogle 8 C Faught T H Fulkerson W B Kelps Anda Felix Bernard Fllback John Fllback Phillip Flnloy E Bi Fogle B II Farmer Jas Vf Fulkerron Alrlsj Flener J II FlcnerxC E Flener Martin Funk C T Funk J D Funk J F Funk J E Funk M Q Funk T E Flener B Feemster C T Fuqua J B Foster S D Fulkoreon J IL Fulkereon Mary Ford J S Ford J D Faught U 8 and Cox Ford Thomas a Gray John II Gray Walter D Gray M A Griffith Melvin Gray Al Goode W P Gray J B Gray J L Graft W T GraresJG- Gossott C M Gray J Z Gray Z L Griffin W T Godsey Steve Gunther WW Gray W R Gray C W Griffin E G Greer B A Gray Mra Gray D A Goodman G S Goodman Tim Gllstrap P N Gatt John Goodman J R Goodman James Griffin Simon Gray Ira Gray J W Gray B P Golf V Vf Goff W P II Hoover Alfred Hoover Emit Hudson H C Hudson Geary Hoover II B Hoover S E limes n T Howard Bird Howard Vf J Howard Rubin Howard O B Hosklns Pate Herrald M 0 Hedgar 8 H Hoover II B Hoover L C Hoover Lonny Hammond Bud Howard C T Howard W I Howard Rubin Huff J W H Josh Son Harder Roy Harder Fred Hocker Jap Hocker Vf A Hock t J C Hocker Jasper C Hooser Sammy Helon John Hagerman J Y Howard J A Hohelmcr B L Hoover Tobe Hamilton n L Hamilton James Hicks William Helsley D R Heflln J L Heflln G D 11111 Charles 11111 S B Howard J IL Hudson Vf T Herrold Curry Herrold John Hudson J Hawkins J D Harris Dcllo Harris H II liogtan John Hlglnton Siman Hlglnton Seth Hoover Silas Hatler W W Hatter Jo Hall O T limes T H Hoover C E Hoover L C Hogland W P Hoover J L Hoover C C Hogland J P Hoover Harden Hogland W IL Hoover Emma J Hudson Guns Hill J P Hines G W Hawkins J Vf limes T II Hunter T G llosklnson M M Haven MorIson Howard C B Hudson J W- Hines John R limes Tomle limes C C limes J R Howard Yo S Hall W L I Iglcheart C Her J T Her J H J James H T Johnson J R James N Y Johnson Fans Johnson F Jarnigan W S JOnea A P Jackson and Morby James II K James R 8 James II E James II B James Eddie James W L Johnson Suthers James n C Jones G P Johnson Ben Johnson 8 Johnson J A Johnson G WJohnsonD II K Kinder I Kuykendoll N G KasInger James Knight J F Knight J R Keen A E Key D S Keen W C Keen C J Kaslnger Pete Knslngor Jo Klmbly C C Kelly C R King E Kimmel I A Keown J W Keown N IL King S L Kelly W Eking Ellis King Vincent King Zach Ring R W Leisure IL E I owo B B Lee B P Loach 1 C Loyd M C Louis a Rf- Llles E T Leach W C Leo A M Laws R B Lee B P Lee Elvis Langford Vf J Leach lake Leach J II Leach A U Leach W P teach J H rind IL P LeachJ N Lamden Clifford Leach D C Leach Luther Leach 8 T Leisure Verg Lllos J C Leach U D Leisure C W Leach J C Leisure W LLakcF K Lee Sheba Lowe J T Louis Lee Louis Mack Lee 1111 Leisure R A Loyd Cummod Like Wm Lewis 1 II Lowing E W M MaddoxDernardMcDowell Moore JM Martin Leslie Moore UPhi Martin Crlt I Martin Durch Maddox D LoIMaddox A Jf Jitorrls Morris BT Morris R A Morris J AJ Maxev JJMaalox 8 W Mires Jt JtMire Slt Mlrcsw tt I Moore J M Marlin Birch Moore D II Mason J F Moxley Rubin Mldklff J W oWMillerMiller 7 z Maples John tdlllei T F or fbf= McCoy iPlf Miller T c fcW M v t Miller Wi MosleyRc 1tcIierryJaitiesfMoaroeMUler Melon J Wi Milburn J R j Mary Van Malay JY J Miller L J Murry E II McCoy Archie Maddox DU Murry B T Malay R Tr Maiden W J Milton M Mathews Frank Robert Morrison Car Morton J T McReman W L Miller R D Mc6osln W T Morris 8 B Morris V T Moreland Edgar Mbxley P A McKenney Cecil Murphy A A Murphy A G Murphy Adolphus Mottle J Y Maddox H T McConnell A F Mitchell J A Mldklff E Maxwell H T Mathew E A Maxwell A Moxie C 8 Moxley V H Moxley Allen Morrison Ellis Morrison JT Morris J R Mauzy E 8 Martin Vf E Mires L C Morris J T Mtnton llardln Miller J Vf MInton Henry MInton II R Mldklff Wayne Miller J E Maddox George McCormIck J E Moreland David Moxtey Ira B Miller T Wr Morton Wee Maddox and Stevens N Nail J N Norman A M Nelson F H Nelson J A Northen II M Nlotfcson J N Newcom C M Newcom Will Newcom L L O Oglesby R J Oiler Jo Owen R A Overton C T S Overhuls OW Oglesby Vf R P Phipps George Plrtlo James Plrtlo W W Peach G M Peach H P Parks J W Parks Vf A Parka L T Parks J H Parks J E Park T C Park S A Park H A Park D W Payton D C Payton T C Payton J L t Payton Ellsha PhIpps A U Pirtle L N PIrtle Henry M Peach W N Phlgly Marian Palton S JPerry Pete Porter W E Phelps R H Plummer H M Parks Vf A Porter H T Pitcher Henry Porter L L Patton G W Patton Clarence Patton Autry Patton Lee Poach J M Peon L Patton C B Patton J W Patton F G Pierce Karny Plummer D Pirtle Clarence Pierce W C Patton T J Patton J W Patton F G Pate H C PIcrceW II Payton C L Pate A B Plummer Robert Plummer Richard Phlpps Oliver n Roads B C Rowe A W Rannoy Guy Ranney C W Ragland L D Haley J H Hobertson J W Roads E E Rafferty H L Rafferty S A Rains O P Rains Roy Rallcy C R Ralley C W Russell N M Rlggs Albert Rowan R A Rowan A V Ross W II Rlggs Virgil Rowe Chester Render S H jUchardson Right J T Rock Sam Rock Shelby Renfrew GT Renfrew J C Renfrow Silas II Ramer C C Darner Walter Renfrow M R Range L Richardson J H Ralliy Estlll Halley Worth Halley T L Rowe P T Roger Hays Halley D A Roach LM Roach M S Roach M W Roach Iris Render W P Rock A W Rowe L II Ross Vf J Romans M D Romans MP Romans C C Romans W II Richardson Clarence Rial B W S Shafer Sam Stewart E G Stewart E B Shat r Felix Stinnett W 8 Sliafir Jacob Simmons H C Shown II C Shown H B Slice W O Stevens John Stewart L N Stewart D W Sorrels K B Sorrels A W Simpson J T Strlngfleld W R Simpson S J Stringflcld T G Stevens A C Stogner J A Shafer W L Stevens I M Schroader Tee MIShrove Leo if Stoyd Vf S Suthard W II Smith E T Shultz J B Snell Jo T Schroader William Schroader Ellsha Schroader Maliola Schroader N A Stevens O II Snodgrasg Guns Shlrly George Sandefer C Smith S A Sharp D L Smith J II Smith M A Smith M J Stofer Victory Sapp Alfred Smith E W In an article in the of foods says about brain and muscle There is one kind of food that seems to me of value as a food to the brain and to the whole body and o is Oats are the most is with the of Great Britain of it tcll Shields Smith Ellis Smith Stewart J J Smlthr L W Shields 8 G Smith h L Smith J D and Son Shields W II Sorrels J II Sandefer R A Smith J D Sandefer J p tJilntunderShown Wilson Shown Verge J Shown Ed Sorrels 8 D Sandefer W F Sandefer W T Smith C T Smith J T Stewart J A- Sorrels L H Stewart A T Stewart J W Smith WD Stewart W II Smith Magnolia Shafer C B Smith O J Smith J F Stewart James Snell W S Shaver Felix Sandcrfur V W Sapp Isaac Sheffield A A Stevens w F Stevens W R SteVens A 1Stevens R B Slnhett H H Shown Peter Splnks G W Sandefer Albert Shown Isaac Smith A S Smith George Smith Luther Smith Sherman Shown Clayton Shown Isaac Sandcfur S P Sherfield W L Tlchenor Harland TIchenor L B Tinsley James TInsley Joshua Thomas W J Thomas T II Tooey U D Twcildell J H Thomas J H Tatum E D Tatum S H Tinslcy C H Travis Vf II Travis J IL Taylor C W Tinsley C H ilOlieiior D S Thomas W II Travis J S Travis J a Tweddcll J II Tuttlo John W Tuttle R W Tuttle DavId K Taylor Gilbert Tlchenor Terry Taylor J N Tuttle William TI ton W H Tucker G T Taylor Ozlas Thomas c C Taylor It U Taylor H S Taylor Frank Taylor C M Torrence J H Taylor W B Taylor John Thomas J W Tatum S H Taylor F L Taylor W T Taylor J W Taylor Jim Taylor J C Taylor J H Taylor L C Travis N G Travis J H Trogden T C Tlchenor Ed Tlnsley E E Tucker Itowan Tucker Walter Tlnsley Will Turley H G Tanner J C Tinsley J S Tinsloy P L Thompson C II Tate James Tlchenor Alney Tlchenor L W Tlchenor Event Tlchenor R C Tlchenor W P Tlnsley O It Taylor G W Taylor JW Travis Henry Travis Frank TravIs W J Travis Vance J W Vausnt J II Whltnkrr SJ Wcsterflcll Zella Wcstorfleld W P Williams H Wlmsjitt J N Wallace G 0 Wright T S White C C Wilson H C Wilson J R Wilson S T Wilson BUI Wilson J G Wright J H White D C Wright J T Withers U H Wilson J J Wright Thomas H Wilson H C Wilson G WWIUon C A WilkIns Bill Wright C C Walker Walter Wilson J 1Wrlglit Estill Wells G A WIIoilKhly Mann Wlilttlnghlll C T T J Wlllot ItWalker C II Wise W B Woods Harry Westerflelil J M Wlthrowe S R Wright R W Wright J II Coo Wilson T O Wilson J C Whobrcy W A- Ward Claude Warnlcn W H Warnlca M U Warnlca JPWurnlcn Loyd Ward Nathaniel Wnnl Pendleton Webb L H Ward W G Ward It K Wallace W C Ward K C Ward L M Westerflcld J K Westcrflcld Dudley Ward L P Ward L II Webb Palestine Ward Joe White J A Wilson N B Wilson H A Westcrfleld J R Wedding J L Wade C M Wright Thomas Wedding R A Whltlaker B C Wade Coah A Wedding N L Wilson R 0 Williams M G H L Wcstcrfleld J I Wlmsatt It A Wallace W A Wallace Wilburn Walace C D Whams M T Westerflcld J A Williams F M While W Wlmsntt W J Wlmsatt J A Wlmatt C E Wright B Wlllson Ernest Wright L T Wnttrson Willie Waternon W H Whclor W S White W II Ward V C Ward Dud Ward hex Westerflold Tymer Ward Alvin Ward Eddie Wallace Enm Wallace 8 F Wallace II C Williams Eaten York K W York J W York A B York William York J IL Young H M Yonts B L The highest medical authority on foods Sir Crichton Browne LL D of LondonIgives the best I Quaker Oatspublished Youths Companion Septem thegreatbuilding marked throughout childhood adolescence thnd that oatmeal nutritious ricberinlecithinsHe oatmeal gaining ground welltodo Bespeaks theScottishlaborers t Barren Smtttyiwinson TwcddclJonaphlnc Wadee Whlttlnglilll Wimp stcrfleldStcrmo I James FRS duces a bigboned well devei oped mentally cncrgetic race His experiments prove that good oatmeal such as Quaker Oats not only furnishes the best food for the human being but eating it strengthens and en larges the thyroid glandthis gland is intimately connected With the nourishing processes of the body In conclusion he says It seems probable therefore that the bulk and brawniness of the Northerners meaning the Scotch has been tn some stimulationofporridge in childhood The Scotch cat Quaker Oats because it is the best of all oat 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DEALER 6S W third St v 7Ft CINCINNATI OHIO r r a 1 K l w = 1 r =cc I Christmas cit Sera I Dy Admiral Dob anrI= = j- N Christmas morning said Admiral Evans Fighting Bob I thank God that ho made three times as much water as land Every old seadog will Join me In this The sea Is his home ho loves It- as the farmer loves his broad acres Apart from It he Is restless and dlssat Isfied but with a voyage ahead of him he Is as happy as a clam at high tide No true sailor would exchange Christ mas at sea for ono on shore It would he tiles Thanksgiving dinner without the turkey Of all the Chrlatmases spent at sea the one that rises before me most vividly Is that of 18G when the fed oral army and the gunboat fleet were trying to capture Fort Fisher The only presents wo received and they came fast and furious were solid shot nod shell from the guns of the enemy nut this didnt destroy our sense of humor The boys would write on each solid shot or shell before placing It In tle gun presented by and add the name of the vessel from which It happened to be fired Mighty few hurled at thc fort that day lacked this ChristmnN greeting All the gunners caupiht h spltot the grim jest for the fghting no place for sorl- OU8 facesDespite j the excitement of the Oereo combat we managed to have the mastheads of all the ships trimmed with Chrlstmaa green even though the sailors had to risk their lives In going ashore to got them and you may be assured the sentiment of the day was not wasted Last year Santa Claus followed our ourindRTce with the plckof his best On- board the supply vessels when we sail d front Hsmpton roads wore thou sama of puckagea containing every Imp mabl Christmas gift from a whls v flask tali smoking jacket each pee o Inb lea Dont open until Ch has ng with hose gifts hc SOt thr ads of yunla of bunting to dec OM he Ull1sUIO rdsof the battleships itrd bl dimoult to Imagine a more sight Ulan these ships lIned u t- orj stmss morning With sail eking rut the Christmas trim it wI h us touch zest as the small 4 J 1 a 1 woo boy displays when ho lights the candles on his Christmas tree Then comes the opening of the Christmas packages This Is always a gala occasion Not a man on board would dare Ignore the Instruction any more than ho would think of disobey Ing his superior officer It has become custom through years of faithful observance Always a bottle of wino Is broken In christening these tokens from the loved ones at homo U I hadnt been a lieutenant myself I wouldnt dare give away official secretsLast year we practically had two Christmases We received our first mall at Trinidad West Indies some time Christmas week and delayed Christmas mall reached us at Callao when the vessels were approaching their own country on the western sideNo nation provides more plentifully for the Christmas cheer of Its sailors than does Uncle Sam Each of the battleship crews has a dinner of roast turkey plum pudding pumpkin pie and all the trimmings which go with IL p The men are served In messes of 20 at 12 aclock and each man Is allowed one snifter of grog as an appetizer In celebration of tho oc caslon The officers dine at six oclock and as Is the custom when spending the holiday at sea are guests of the commanding officer Christmas Musings There are warmer hand shakings on this night wrote Alexander Smith than during the bypast 12 months Friend lives In the mind of friend There Is more charity at this time than at any other Poverty and scanty clothing and fireless grates come homo to the bosoms of the rich and they give of their abundance The very redbreast of the woods enjoys his Christmas feast Good foaling In cnrnates Itself In plum pudding The Masters word The poor ye have alIways with you wear at this time a deep significance For at least one night on each year over all Christendom there Is brotherhood And good mon sitting amongst their families or t by a solitary fire like mo when they remember the light that shone over the poor clowns huddling on the Bethlehem plains 1800 years ago the ap parilion of shlnJpg angels overhead the song Peace on earth and goodwill towards men whch for the first Edna hallowed the tI lnght airprayf- or that strains fulft rent that at4le and strife may ve nation ho more that not oiiI T brJstnht t lint the year rro ns il b- ten owning one I hen 1- s8 oJ w f 2 v fadIng embers fire Parrish BEFOREthe atone Outside was tailing In s transcendent beauty clinging to the coats of merry makers on their way to- Christmas eve festivlttes and swathing aU in a filmy scarf of white Chimes of distant bells proclaiming Peace on earth good will to men distilled their euphony across the glinting nightbut Parrish In the brooding shadows of his bachelor home paid no heed What did Christmas eve mean too him to him whom the God of Plenty had given money and fame the plaudits of his fellows and all else loved by a man with but the frostmarks of time at his templeand having given these had passed to him the sparkling shell of the champagne of love only to dash It with a leer of derision at his feet Of what use were the riches and the approval of the world 7 How could vain pomp and popular praise make up for the loss of that which every purewomanthat have their awakening beside the towheads crib and In that holy hour when tousled curls lay lightly on a fathers breast And all the Christmas eves to come How cheerless and how lonely they would be with Verona gonoVerona who had come to him from the death bed ofa strangely beautiful woman In Now Mexico He was searching for color In the hills when he stumbled upon the scenethe stranded wagon In the foot hills the mother upon whose face was the pallor of death the stunned half realizing child with the oJlous gold en hair and the lips like twin cher rles With her last breath the grief stricken mother told brokenly of a husband who had died en route of their efforts to make Los Vegas how the son had gone on ahead for the doctor and how in despair she had waited and waited his return That night just as the great pitiless black Their Lips Met In a Plighting Kill I ness throw Its mourning robe across the canyon the woman died How vividly It all came back to Par risk Morton low as he burled his face In his hands before the crackling embers of the lingering fire How Verona clung to him In her terror and sobbed I for her mother sobbed for her father and her brother Was ever a child so bereft so desolate And he had taken her hoe with him and placed her In the hands of his capable housekeeper and as time passed and no record of her kin could bo found he had advanced her Into his heartInto the most sacred corner of his great heartand watched her grow Into a beautiful maturity a full I blown rose of womanhood with eyes I like the depths of quiet brooks and the face of an angel with red lips ruddier still and tantalizingly sweet And then the blow fell The realization that ho loved her and that he liar protector must preserve her against that love for she was but 17 and he was 33 then and he had promIsed her mother out In the New Mexican foothills that he would taro for her and keep her from the pitfalls as best he could Ab how lonely the place was when he had sent her away to school to a distant school where he have to endure the pain of seeingher oftenand how she had looked Into his eyes at parting with the half pleading half understanding eyes of a young rabbit suddenly met face to face In some leafstrewn hollow in the autump woods Ho hail kissed her In hls oldpa ternal way and her heart aggrieved had sent subtle glances of bewJlder meat to fia9h had play within those orbs whose depths he dared not sound I tAnd to avoid meeting her he had gone on a distant mission kept bim IIfaoof for two years whiiabdenc- e1e tie heart grow 0D deti81dtlio r oftsonnbJswoef3y dI t 6vllGrl du pwIIJj cq r- A 1 fMjftua r U7 0 sretun skeptl wrlttek that ebadasae us ierCkrlamulkM- algkt iletata tier at lu but ske- wiihe kiavery t n7 Ckr1strnas wllhe4 tkat h nlghtafladkis beat mild with toy at again being beaeath the old roottree wished tHat this Chrlstmu might be the happiest of all the Ckrlstmaees he had ever ex- pI rlenced and lastly assured him that lobe was sending him a memento of the season Which she hoped he would cherish and Jove for her sake Parrish Morton repeated the words sadly For her sakes kb for her sake If she but knew what he would do for her sake were It possible I But no she was not for him The VIolet and the cosmos are Incongruous Youth and late summer are not born to trip hand In hand across the fields Elysian Into Agapemone The bell rang sharply He heard Phlpps soft tread upon the stairs and listened Yes It was she There was no mlstaslng the rippling cadence of that sweetthroated bird of passage Turning he pressed a button and the room was sparkling with light At the top of the stair he stood hesitating striving to gain control of himself At the foot she paused made him a mock courtesy and held out her arms Ob Par dear old Par I have brought you your Christmas present Instead I The attitude the look In her eyes the Irresistible enchantment of her beauty flooded him with Impelling power What did she mean t Was It herself she was offering For a brief moment he stood swaying to the mighty Impulse within him Standing stuplfied there he remembered as she bounded toward him He must not he could not And then as he was about to sweep aside all the positiveness of his duty all the negatives and forbearances and give free Impulse to his heart theta came a step behind her She heard and turning as she was about to enter the yearning haven of his eager arms criedOh pardon me Mr Morton let me Introduce Marshall Marriott HeSuddenly the stairs went black before him He realized now She was bringing hima Christmas surprise the man she loved theSomehow he managed to greet the stalwart young fellow with the frank eyes In a maze of conflicting pain and surprise he did the duties of a host and when Verona and her es tort had been shown to their rooms to dress he slipped Into the den and cast himself Into the great arm chair before the pulseless coals of the fire place Lost Lost kept ringing In his ears and with a groan of anguish he once more burled his face In his hands and gave way to a mans grief In vain he tried to reason with himself that It were better so lte shoqldpot have expected or eVen to think It might have been otherwise He was too old tor her She was sunshine he was the somber cloudbut oh how he loved her And for the moment he had thought she meant to give herself The misery of It a11l The heartache of ItSuddenly behind him he heard a rustle the froufrou of a womans gown and over the side of his great chair a warm arm stole softly against his neck Oh Par what Is It dear What have I done What Instinctively In the darkness he felt the frightened rabbit look the appeal Ing gaze Summoning all his reserve strength he said with scarcely a tremor In his voice Nothing dear nothing to offend I am gladgladfor you If he Is worthy I- fIfIfheIs worthyoh you goose I see It aU now In a flash she threw her arms about his neck Her face was close to hlslIow sort and warm and soothing her flesh was lIehe le my brother lost that day In the foothills of New Mexico IIhave just found him ithought you would be gladI wanted to surprise youIIdont you want your Christmas present In desperation With a mighty heart throb he reached about and drew her to him TenderlY tremblingly he clasped his arms about her and as their lips met In a plighting kiss a tiny flame spring Ing as from the heart of tin ashcoy ered sapphire flamed up from the grate and sent the shadows scurrying Phipps coming to announce dinner stood transfixed Then a broad grin upon his face he slipped softly away chortling to his inmost self Laved Lawd Iere sure am pine t be a weddln In this yeah house afore another Christmas eve Yaslrl A QulcklyMade Present Most women know what It Is to be short of a present on the last day or so before Christmas It one has plen ty of mopey to go out and buy a gift this need cause little worry otherwise qulcklymado gifts are In order One that can be turned out In a few minutes Is one of the new hairpin cases This Is made of the fiber that Is used InJ womens artificial pompadours onlY ota silvery white color The Rose of Jericho We are told that the rose of Jericho which Is also called Marys rose sprang up along the path of the Holy Family after they left Bethlehem and blossomed brightly wherever theyret- ed This flower which bloomed at the birth of Christ showed Its sympathy by closing atlJtls crucifixion only to open again at his rosurecfon rhrtstmaI Thought So may ach year be happier than the tal brothsdebartor s a 1 greats Cxeators soQ4 gJf I7 irltJ Aitken s ilk r TIle CIixrm 1 Cllr tm rc I3y Washington Irvngt e f F all the old festivals that of Christmas awakens the strong est and most heartfelt associ- atlons There Is a tone of solemn and sacred feeling that blends with our conviviality and lifts the spirit to a state of hallowed and elevated enjoyment The services of the church about this season are extremely ten der and Inspiring they dwell on the beautiful story of the origin of our faith and the pastoral scenes that ac companied Its announcement they gradually Increase In fervor and pathos during the season of Advent until they break forth In full jubilee on the morning that brought peace and good wIll to men I do not know a grander effect ofmusic on the moral feelings than to hear the full choir and the pealing organ performing II Christmas pntkem In a cathedral and filling every part of the vast pile with trlumphantharmony It Is a beautiful arrangement also derived from the days of yore that this festival which commemorates the announcement of the religion of peace and love has been made the season for gathering together closer again those bands of kindred hearts which the cares and pleasures and sorrows of the world are continually operating to cast loose of calling back the hlldrenof afaml1ywho have launched forth In life and wandered widely asunder once more to assemble about the paternal hearththat rally Ing place of the affections there to crow young and loving again among mementos of childhood There Is something in the very sea eon of tho year that gives a charm to the festivity of Christmas At other times we derive ngreat portion of our pleasures front 1ha more beauties ur nature Our fepliags ah11y forth null dissipate themselves over the sunny landscape and we lino abroad and pvarywherc The song of the gird I the murmur of the litream the breath big frngtance of spring the soft 1 voluptuousness of summer the gp1C en pomp of autumn earth witlz its mantle of refreshing green and heaven with Its deep dollcious and its cloddymegniflcenceall filluti with mute butexqulsitedeligbt and we re1 In the luxury iOC mereslUir- tOII I Eut h thb depth wlgley- w I despoiledof oYrv gnd r p lJli1he 5hr u4 ul ay e l T 0 sheeted snow we turn for our grat- ftcatlons to moral sources The dreariness and desolation of our landscape the short gloomy days and darksome nlghts while they circumscribe our wanderings shut In our feelings from rambling abroad and make use more keenly disposed for the pleas urea of the social circle Our thoughts are more concentrated our friendly sympathies more aroused We feel more sensibly the charm of each oth ers society and are brought more closely together by dependence or each other for enjoyment A season when heart calling unto heart The pitchy gloom wlthout1I1akea the heart dilate on entering the roost warmthoplevening an artificial summer and sunshine through the room and light up each countenance With a kindlier welcome Where does the honest face of hospie- tality expand Into a broader and more cordlmilewhete Is the shy glance of loyp9 more sweetly eloquentthan by the winter fireside And as the rushesihroughdoor whistles about the casement an callbesober and sheltered security with which we look around upon the corn Portable chamber and the scene of do- mesUcbJlarlty7 Amidst the general cant liappl anI1Irofperiod what bosom can remain ill renslbie Ins Indeed the seavonof regectee Ieelingthd season for o7luosplftot ohary in tho iheart 4 retlecllvetthethe llofIlligrpltlli 1hmlttlug tQ others the C 01tIIICdgrhling nqd repining in his t j1HwrcLt all around is joytutmay a h moments of Btro excltemeAtan- rl1ish gratillcation but liewafite th whyronstltuterthe hristmak tmj7tiJ t i